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Sole agency Berkshire Hams and Bacon.
Porterhouse Steak lO
sirloin Steak 10c
Pork Chops 10c
Pork Sausage 10c
iend for our monthly pricelist. Mailed
to out-of-town customers.
Cor Ntcottet fifths*
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Expert Fur Repairing.
New Garments to
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tion of Ready-Made
Jackets. Cloaks and
86 Seventh Street South.
$2. SO Shoe
^ww for wet 'wea'her, mode
up in the best Ylsroll7e
alf Got a pair now ana
bavs doctors' bill'
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312 Nicollet av, Mpls.
133 E 7th st. St. Paul.
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ROMANIC Dec. 2, Feb. 3
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121-123 3d st B, Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis.
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876 Eobort st. Bt. Paul.
EVENTS OF TONIGHT
Auditoriumrace Van Studdi
ford in "Lady Teazle."
Biiou TheaterHap Ward in
Orpheum TheaterModern vaude
I Lyceum TheaterVaudeville.
Dewey TheaterBroadway Gaiety
I First Baptist ChurchLecture,
Savonarola,'' Edward Howard
Chapman meetings in all districts
Art gallery, public library build
ing, art loan exhibition, Society of
Fine Arts, all day.
Stylish fob chains for gentlemen out
of lady's own hair. Brahl's, 409 Nic
Go to Pollock's Clipping Bureau, 510
Syl^es block, for newspaper clippings
for business or personal use.
New Mouldings, Ovals. Headquarters
framing pictures cheap. Artist's mate
rial. 2esbaugh, 11 So. 5th st.
NoticeSpecial prices on frame mold
ings: 20c cut to lr foot 15c to 30c
foot 10c to 7c. Bintliff, Fifth street
and Second avenue S.
ROUT A BURGLAR
SMALL BOYS IN THEIR 'NIGHTIES*
SCARE MARAUDER AWAY.
Man Had Collected Silverware in J. R.
Martin's Residence when Youngsters,
Going to Bed Upstairs, Heard Him
Below and Trooped DownBurglar
Left Plunder and Made Hasty Exit.
Noisily trooping downstairs, clad only
in their "nighties," and with their
hearts in their throats, three small sons
of J. R. Martin, 3328 Second avenue S,
routed a burglar that had entered their
home last night and bagged $100 worth
of silvei. The boys are all under 14
years of age.
The boys "were just getting ready for
bed -when they heard someone prowling
Every member of the stonemastons'
local uuion is requested to attend the hea*T\im"he~was ransacking the
next regular meeting Tuesday night, as house and had taken all the silverware
important business is to be considered.
from the sideboard. This he had
United States Marshal W. H. Grim-1 thrown loosely into a sack, but was
shaw goes to Fergus Falls tonipcht to I compelled to leave it behind..
v. ill gi\ an entertainment at Dania hall
next Thursda\ evening. Mr. Arves
choug will give some of his most fa
mous numbers and Mr. Randall will
display stereopticon scenes of great
events in the late warfare in Man
Governor Johnson has sent a formal
invitation on behalf of the state to the
American Federation of Labor, which
began its sessions today in Pittsburg,
asking that body to hold its 1906 con
vention in Minneapolis. The invitation
was taken east A. G. Bainbridge and
A. E Kellington of Minneapolis, who
will present it to the federation.
A rally of the Luther leagues of the
twin cities will be held this evening
at the Memorial Lutheran church,
tako charge of the fodeial grand 3ury I I ?oo as the marauder had left,
which will begin November sitting to-1 the bovs locked the window and re
turned to bed, showing no signs of ex-
The many fiiends of Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Phillips, formerly of Minneapolis,
but now of Des Moines, Towa, will be
grieved to learn of the death of their
little daughter, Mary, which occurred
The case of W Wing On, the China
man arrested here on the charge of un
lawfully residing in the United States,
came up before United States Commis
sioner Charles Bechoffer of St Paul to
day, pursuant to adjournment. On the
motion of the defendant's attornrey the
case was indefinitely continued.
Albert Arveschoug the eminent Nor
wegian bar3"tone, and Harry Eandall
SixtlT^an i Exchange "streets""stf Paul! noapolis was notified. George Brundage
Rev S Besitel- wil speak on "Hme
Misfaions," and Rev A Haupt
will speak on "Home Mission Work
in St. Paul." Th choir of the Trinity
Norwegian Lutheran church will sing
Tomorrow a 4:15 p.m., Mr. LeRoy
Arnold of the universitv faculty will
give the second talk in his open lecture
course. His subject will be "John Hey
wood and the Rise of English Comedy."
The lectin will be eHen Dr McClum
pha's room the librarv building, and
will be followed with a talk Dr.
McClumpha on "The Origin of Realism
in English Drama."
Three men known to be desperate
characters, were arrested in Bridge
port, Conn., yesterday, and one of them
answers the description of George
Kirby, who on Feb. 1, 1902, is said to
have killed a policeman in St Paul.
The policeman was shot while attempt
ing to capture a man who was robbing
a saloon. St. Paul officers have been
notified and a detective will be sent
east to look the matter up.
BRANDS REPORT FALSE
Presbyterian Synod of Wisconsin Does
Not Favor High License.
T. Hare, superintendent of the
Wisconsin Anti-Saloon league, has
written to Rev. N A Palmer, superin
tendent of the Minnesota Anti-Saloon
league, denying the report published
in a Minneapolis morning paper to the
effect that the Presbyterian synod of
Wisconsin had gone on record in favo
of high license as the best solution of
the saloon problem. "The svnod took
no such action, nor was there any
statement in the address made by me
that would warrant sending out such a
dispatch," says Mr. Hare.
Miss Wilhelniina Schumacher I Victim
of Heart Disease.
Miss Wilhelmina Schumacher died
very suddenly yesterday at the home of
Patrolman Hervm, 568 Sherburne ave
nue, St Paul. Heart trouble is thought
to have been the cause of death. The
coroner will investigate.
Saturday evening, while a work in
the store of Adams, Mi'ss Schu
macher was taken suddenly ill and was
taken home in a carriage. Miss Schu
macher's father lives in St Paul, but
she has been living at the Hervin home
tor the past two years. Tracey Ainey,
Miss Schumacher's fiance is prostrated
about in the kitchen below. The boys'
parents were at church, but undaunted
by the possibility of a mixup with a
burglar, the children went downstairs
in their nightclothe to see who the
intruder was. O the way they made
as much noise as three youngsters would
be expected to make, and when they
entered the kitchen the frightened bur
glar was just disappearing thru the
The light was burning low, and the
bovs obtained a good view of the rob
ber as he was leaving. had climbed
to the pantry window, eight feet above
the ground, and loosened a storm win
dow to gain entrance. When the boys
citement when they told their parents
of their experience.
WAS HIS UNDOING
Isaac Goldstein has a peculiar way
of walking and his queer gait resulted
in his being locked in a iail cell cherged
with the theft of $7,000 worth of dia
monds from Harris Brothers Jewelry
company at 243 First avenue S.
Two weeks ago Goldstein, who was
the managei of the store, locKed. yip
as usual and disappeared. The dia
monds and $800 in cash disappeared at
the same time. Th police were noti
fied and on learning that he had lett
tho city they notified the police thru
out the northwest to pick up a certain
man who had a peculiar walk.
Detectives Sullivan and Normington
of Milwaukee noticed this peculiar
\\alk and stepping up to the man that
had it said:
"Hello. Goldstein, When did you
Goldstein was easy prev. Before he
knew it he was shaking hands with
them and he had revealed his identity.
was then taken to the police sta
tion and Superintendent Doyle of Min
BEGINS DECEMBER 1
Local train service on the Thief River
Falls-Kenmare extension will be in
augurated the Soo line Dec 1.
Passenger service will be maintained
as far as Adams, 103 miles from Thief
River, connecting with mixed service
between Adams and Overly, 100 miles.
From Overly to Kenmare, 100 miles, the
character of the service will be deter
mined later. Regular thru passenger
trains will not be placed in operation
until next year.
15 cents, 25 cent* and 35 cmntm.
Four tablespoonfuls of Concentrated
1 TBV a A xr i a cup of liot
-water, taken an hour before breakfast,
every day, will speedily cure the worst
cases of Indigestion, Constipation,
jpidney and Liver Diseases.. Ask yonr
druggist. Illustrated Booklet Free.
FRENCH LICK SPRINGS HOTEL CO.,
Tho*. TafiOart, pres. French Lick, Indiana*
jj Minneapolis force was sent after
Goldstein and arrived in Minneapolis
with his prisoner yesterdav.
The fugitive admitted to the Milwau
kee police that he had taken the dia
monds, but refused to tell where they
were. The officers finally found them
in a safety deposit vault. Goldstein
affirms that he is a partner in the busi
ness and that he cannot be prosecuted
on a larceny charge.
Goldstein was arraigned i police
court today charged with grand lar
ceny on a complaint sworn out Ber
nard Harris charging him with the
theft of $100. The defendant waived
examination and was held to the grand
jury in $1,500 bail.
GOES UP AS DRDNK
James Burk, whom the police suspect
of attempting hold up Miss May
Cork on Cedar avenue last Thursday
night, was arraigned in police court to
day on a charge of drunkenness.
ile was arrested yesterday by Detec
tives Rhodes and Bahan o the South
Side station. Miss Cark called at the
station and told the police that Burk
was the man who tried to rob her at
Cedar avenue and Twenty-second street.
had a han-dkerchief saturated with
chloroform which he tried to place over
her mouth, but failed and she escaped.
She told the police that she saw the*
handkerchief and that i had a wide
blue border. Such a handkerchief was
found in Burk's pocket.
Mxss Cork, lio-we-verj refused to swear
out a warrant and Burk was given a
sentence of $10 or ten days as a Qm'tfk.
BY ELMER H. DEARTH
Elmer Dearth, former state insur
ance commissioner, indicted
grand jury on a charge of receiving a
ribe of $200 from W Bechtel, for
mer president of the Northwestern Na
tional Life Insurance company, ap
peared this morniiist before Judge ~t.
Dickinson to withdraw his nlea of not
guilty and enter a demurrer to the in
dictment upon the ground that the of
fense stated does not constitute a public
offense and that the charges are not di
rect and certain. Arguments will be
heard Nov. 22.
STUDENTS MAY TRY
Civil Service Positions in Patent Office
Are Hard to Fill.
Officials of the civil service depart
ment are having difficulty in securing
assistant examiners in the patent office.
The position carries with it a salary of
$100 a month and a chance for promo
tion. Supplementary examinations will
be held on Dec. 6 and 7 a St Paul.
Eegistrar Pierce, of the university, has
received an announcement of the exam
ination showing the requirements for
the position and it is probable that
some of the university students will
take the test in December. A good
knowledge of physics, mathematics and
languages is essential to the appoint
AUTO HITS POLICEMAN
St Paul Patrolman deceives Injuries
Which May Prove Fatal.
Patrolman Peter Paulson of the St.
Paul force was probably fatally in
jured in an automobile accident at
Fourth ana Wabasha streets early last
As he was standing on the corner a
large automobile occupied by James
Friel and two women came down the
middle of the street. Paulson says he
tried to eet out of the way. but that
the machine swerved from its course,
striking him in the side and knocking
him to the pavement. Pedestrians car
ried the iniured man to the sidewalk
and later he was taken to his home.
Paulson had iust recovered from a
long siege of pleurisv and because of
this it is feared that his internal in
juries'will be fatal.
WILL PUT HOME
RULE UP TO CITY
CHARTER COMMISSION DECIDES
ON A SIMPLE PLAN.
Tho Present Charter Is Faulty, I Will
Be Submitted at the Next Regular
Election, for Want of Better Solution
of ProblemCity Entitled to Home
Minneapolis will vote on the question
of adopting the present city charter at
the next regular election. In order to
get the local municipal legislation on a
conferences between members of theh
commission, and all believe that it will
be useless to do aught else than to es
tablish home rule and then the people
sired from time to time, as is the case
in St. Paul. Chairman B. F. Nelson has
called no formal meeting, but is ex
pected to assemble the commissioners in
a short time.
TO HAVE MONTREAL PARK
MANAGER OF WONDERLAND SE
CURES FINE TRACT ON ST. LAW-
RENCE NEW WONDERLAND
A Dorsey. president of the Park
Construction company and manager of
Wonderland park, yesterday returned
from the east. has just concluded
the organization of the Dominion Park
company a Montreal, incorporated
with a paid-up capital of $300,000, and
is highly elated over the prospects in
that city. said today:
"It was the best and largest amuse
ment park proposition open in the east
this winter. Montreal has no park of
the kind and has a contributary popula
tion of 500,000, besides being a great
The park property we have pur
chased comprises 360 acres lying on
the St Lawrence river in the eastern
part of the city, twenty-five minutes'
streetcar ride from the postoffice. I
is beautifully located and is reached
everv trunk line of the street railway
system, besides being a convenient land
in point for lake and river excursion
I have also engaged some new fea
tures for Wonderland park next sea
son and have others under considera
tion. The park will be greatly improved
in many respects. One of the new fea
tures will be the Johnstown flood, which
is considered the most striking of all
panoramic spectacles. The destruction
of the citv by flood is shown with real
istic effects that are most impressive
Another new feature will be a "trip
around the world,'' which gives the
impression of a railroad ride on a
observation car, with moving-picture re
productions of famous scenic views. A
contrivance which has been very popu
lar in the east this summer, that is
called 'The Third Degree,' and is cal
culated furnish no end of fun is
tto take th place of the fairy theateT,
more elaborate scale.''
Nightshirts 10c, underwear 6c.
Palace Clothing House Laundry.
MAKE FIGHT ON
LUMBER COMPANY PUTS IN DE-
MURRER FIRST THING.
Facts in State's Complaint Are Admit
ted, but Defense Claims They Do Not
Constitute a Cause of ActionDe
murrer Comes Up for Argument in
trespasss law of 1895 may be tested in
THREE NEW PIGTDRES
IN THE CAPITOL DOME
The three paintings by Edward Sim
mon are now hung in the dome of the
state capitol, and a curious crowd in
spected them today. The color effects
are wonderful, and perfect harmony
with the blue and gold scheme of the
dome interior. Mr. Simmon^ superin
tended the work, which was carried on
all day Sunday. returns to New
York to paint the fourth of the series,
which will be put in place during Jan
uary. The state pays $33,000 for the
One of the JLa Farge paintings for the
supreme court room "The Adjustment
of Conflicting Interests," is finished,
and will on exhibition in the Vander
bilt gallery in New York, Nov. 17 to 19.
Invitations have been sent to prominent
Bushnell O. N. Storekeeper.
"F. A. Bushnell has been appointed
general storekeeper of the Great North
ern road, succeeding W. G. Tubby. Mr.
Bushnell is 34 years old. He began
against the Sheylin-Carpentertimbeethfo
gome-rule basis and feeling certain that Lumber company in which the state
it will be impossible to draft a measure J^mbe^cuUnlt. Z^lxntytR the
expiration of the permit.
The defense has entered a demurrer
to the state's complaint, alleging that
which will have any chance to pass, the
charter commission will simply submit
the present document and let it go at
thatC m' i. Ko~ ~^^i i i, does o,t sta t^e a cause o,f. action
There nave been several informal
i i a represent the state, A. Y. Merrill ap-
can make such amendments as are do- i
i .-j. This
hath effect of admitting all the facts
alleged in complaint. The argu
ment on the demurrer-.rr will heard in
Duluth Saturday, and C. S. Jellev will
There will be very little to do. Prob- Attorney General
it, and the only work will be to pre
pare a report to the city council pre
senting the old charter with a homo
rule clause added.
Minneapolis started to get anew
charter about seven years ago. Under
an act of the legislature authorizing
cities to do their own local legisla
tion, a charter commission, of fifteen
freeholders was named, I labored long
and diligently and prepared an elab
orate system of civic administration.
The proposed measure was rejected and
the commission resigned. Another com
mission was appointed, and it also re
signed after having submitted a char
tor which was rejected a the polls.
Then a third commission was tried, but
with no better result. This commis
sion did not resign, however.
Minneapolis is entitled to home rule,
and the people undoubtedly want it
The present charter is full offlawsa
is a inconsistent patchwork a the
best, but the city will be no worse off,
by its adoption as a home-rule charter
than it has been for the past thirty
years. Then the reforms demanded
can be brought about by amendments
submitted to the people from, time to
tim e. Under the present plan the city
is really under the control of the state
legislature, which is not always com
petent to act intelligently in Minne
th defendant lumber com- Th
mad attack wil
ably not a single change will be made, j for the argumentr of inheritance--
as the present sentiment seems against ta
comesfup Nov.$1,000,000e 22. Th
casxec involvesh taxes nearly
on estates now in probate. The lower
courts have held the law invalid, but
the attorney general will fight hard to
get it sustained by the supreme court.
FACES 1 FORTY-YEAR TERM
NEGRO FIGHTS HARD AGAINST
CONVICTION FOR ROBBERY THAT
MAY MEAN LONG SENTENCE.
Jesse Ford, colored, accused of rob
bing James Richardson of $65, is on
trial today before Judge H. D. Dickin
son. His conviction may mean forty i
years in the penitentiary and he is mak
ing a strenuous fight for liberty.
The defendant is accused of meeting
Richardson in the old "Jumbo alley"
on the night of Oct. 16. He is said to
have attacked his victim with a
"sling" and to have inflicted severe
injuries. "When he had his man in an
insensible condition. Ford is accused of
having rifled his victim's pockets of
$65 in money. Despite strong identifica
tion, Ford claims he is not 1he man and
a coloredq mien's alibi will be his de
A jury was secured after considerable
trouble. Assistant County Attorney
Dahl is conducting the state's
case, and the defense is being presented
by E T. Lee
Collars lc, cuffs lc, shirts 10c, vests
15c. Palace Clothing House Laundry.
LAND SALES SUCCESSFUL
STATE AUDITOR REALIZED OVER
HALF A MILLION IN THREE
WEEKS' SELLING CAMPAIGN.
solute novelties here, so that every dairies are being established .Good
inch of space in the park available will roads are being built. Substantial
be utilized. I intend this summer to make band
concerts a prominent attraction and
purpose to have at least a half dozen
bands of national reputation a the
park during its season. The completion
of ftthie, new third interurban line i
going to add considerable patronage for
the park, and I intend to arrange for
excursions that will bring some thou
sands of visitors to the twin cities. I
verv well satisfied with the patron
age that Wonderland received this sum
mer. The work of construction, how
ever, absorbed much attention, and
next season we will be in far better
shape to make 11 axi amusement parlt
in every sense of the word upon, a much
State Auditor Iverson has returned to
St. Paul after an absence of three
weeks, during which he has held sixteen
land sales in as many counties. The
amount of land sold approximates
08,000 acres, and $550,000 was realized
for the state school, university and
state institutions funds. More thatt
$80,000 was paid in cash as first pay
ments. The prices paid averaged close
to $ 8 an acre Mr. Iverson is very
well satisfied with the sales. was
assisted at each one by C. Warner,
state immigration agent. found a
number of buyers at each sale from out
side the state, indicating that the ad
vertising the state has been doing at
tracted additional homeseekers. These
buyers exercised a good effect on values.
Many buyers took only forty or eighty
acres, to add to their farms or to start
for themselves on a small scale.
The weather was bad for the sales
during the first two weeks, and kept
many away, but last week they were
well attended, and ,there was Wot room
in the courtrooms a Detroit, Wadena
and Long Prairie for the crowds that
wanted to attend. Mr. Iverson says:
"We noticed great activity in land
matters in the northern
Union Suits 12c, shirts 10c, hdkfs 2c.
The Palace Clothing House Laundry.
JOURNAL BAND KEPT ROSY
POPULAR LITTLE BED-COATED
UDUUOU cares" if sleeping between North Star
with the Great Northern in 1890 as Blankets? North Star Woolen Mill o.,
clerk in the blacksmith shop. He was Third avenue S and Second street.
later office boy in the general stores I _
and storekeeper at Havre, Kalispell
and Blackfoot, Mont. In 1898 he re
turned to the general stores under Mr.
First Spike Driven.
Under public auspices the first spike
in the Pierre, Rapid City & Northwest
ern road has been driven. Mayor
Emerick, of Pierre, wielded the ham
mer and C. J. Buell delivered the ad
dress. Twelve, miles ,of storage .track
will be laid at Rapid City. 11", ??iS
MUSICIANS HAVE A N ACTIVE
WINTER BEFORE THEM.
The coming winter will be a busy one
for the Journal Newsboys' baud. The
little red band will make a number of
appearances and as usual will make
more friends every time i appears.
The present season opened with a num
ber of engagements an'd if the pace
keep's up, the little fellows will be busy
filling dates in all parts of the state.
No v. 3 the band played for the open
ing of the new Cottonwood county court
house a Windom. They were given
every attention and won a host of
friends by their clever work. Nov. 7
they played at Unity Settlement, where
they were already known a'n"d were hear
tily welcomed by their old friends. Last
Saturday they filled two engagements,
one at the Northwestern hospital bazaar
at the West hotel and another at Wesley
church in the afternoon. Yesterday
they played in North Minneapolis for
the' Brith Aaron Jewish congregation.
Professor C. C. Heintzeman, the direct
or, is busy breaking in a few new boys
who" are already proficient players, but
have not worked with the band before.
When the north wind howls and the
thermometer drops below zero, "who
or Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have Always
5ash SOc Yer Week.
One Hundred (100) Solid
Oak Golden Finished
Pure "Mission" Design
Dinner Bells like picture:
13 Inches wide by 21
Inches high. A Clear
Toned Bell hung in a
Csnopy Top, with Buck
skin Thong Bell Cord,
and with Appropriate
Motto and Plate At
tached to back Regu
larly $5.50. Tuesday
Cash, or $1.00 down and
50c Per Week.
Tth st Near Vk a. X. Eaymond, Bes. T&gx.,
Hennepin. W Both phonei, 8987.
Erenlnge, lfio, Sfio, SOc. Price* nover ehaace.
part of the
state. Many tracts are being developed,
cleared of timber and brush, and many
buildings are being put up.
-v..,. theshow northerwonderfulfadvance part the stateduring is going and there wilila fullyu a dozen more to a the
amusement contrivances that are of ab- next few years. Cheese factories and
schoolhouses are to be seen everywhere.
The villages all have the appearance of
thrift and prosperity, which is merely
a reflection of the farm communities
Ijhght other sales will be held next
April at which large quantities of land
will be offered in St. Louis, Carlton,
Aikin, Crow "Wing, Cass, Bubbard, Bel
trami and Itasca counties.
I L. N. SCOTT,
Tonight, Matinee Wednesday,
Leibler & Co.'s Production of
'la tlie Bishop's Carriage"HAP
"A play that will make you sit up and
Next Sunday German Dramatic Co.
Nov. 20 Robert Edeson, 'Strongheart"
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and Evening.
Prices 10c, 15c, SOc, matinees lOo box seats 25o.
Cash, or 50c Per Week.
For Tuesday's Business we offer Fifty (50) Solid
Oak Golden Finished Dining Tables like pic
ture Tops 36x42 inches, extending to 6 feet
when open Heavy Legs Thoroughly Well Built
and Heavily Castered Regularly
A Dollar Show
LYCEUM High Class Vaudeville
The OrWn.1 p
and 7 Other Novelties.
Daily Reception Nights Continuous
Matinees 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Cash, or $1.00 down and 50c Per Week.
Fiix ni tiiire
& Carpet Go,
5th St., 6th St. and 1st Av. S
AUDITORIUM 1 Tonigh *KilLllg
CLARKE & CO.
MR. AND MRS. KELCEY
JARVER & POLLARD
Seat sale at Metropolitan Music Store.
"The Girl and the Bandit"
D. Stair Presents
In the Mirth Provoking Vehicle,
*jrAL tCI ne9 Wednesday. 2:30
Next week, HOSE MELVTLLE in "Bis Hopkins."
SECOND LECTURE BY
Edward Howard Griggs
First Baptist Church
Monday Eve.,Nov. 13
EVENINGS AT 8:1*
JEWELERS, SOCIETY STATIONERS. 519 NICOLLET AVE.
J. B. HUDSON Z* SON
First Holiday Arrivals
Hiawatha Sets, two sterling ftl A A
hat pins In case, exclusive wlaUU
design Sterling silver cut glass O I ft
Salts and Peppers, UliUU
$4.00 Cu Glass Vinegar A A
Cruets, handsomely cut u Q|J
Sterling Silver applied cologne A A
bottles in Ruby, green and 01.1111
French Novelties, Turquoise and 0 ft A A
crystal bead Necklaces in
vet lined case, each WMWW
Selling pianos today to write ads. A no
time during this most sensational sale
has there been such a rush of buyers as
there is today, and we are confident the
business done will be a record breaker.
You should be one of the lucky ones
to secure one of these great bargain".
Open evenings, 727 Nicollet Ave.
W W KIMBALL CO.
C. A. ELMENDORF, Mgr.
Sale closes next Saturday night.
M. M. C. BUTTER
butter obtainable. TRY IT ONCE AND YOU'LL BUY IT ALWAYS. All
dealers or the makers
The Minneapolis Milk Co.,
Ninth Avenue South Mid Sixth St.
Next Week The Jolly Girli
If you've never tried it you're
missed the sweetest, purest, most
healthful and most delicious