Newspaper Page Text
BTS5 /'SC***'^ is"-"
TO SETTLE LOUISE'S DEBTS
Belgium Gives $900,000 to Satisfy
Claims Against Princess.
Brussels, Dec. IS.The creditors of
Princess Louise of Belgium, daughter
of the late King Leopold, who have
entered claims against the princess
amounting to $2,200,000, have agreed
to the withdrawal of the case from the
oourts and to abide by the arbitra
tion. POPE PIUS GREATLY
AFFECTED BY NEWS
Death of Cardinal Rsmpolla
Shock to Pontiff.
Rome, Dec. 18.The condition of
Pope Pius X. slightly alarmed Doctors
Marchiafava and Amici, who were
summoned to the Vatican immediately
after the death of Cardinal Mariano
Rampolla earlier the day was an
nounced to his holiness
Cardinal Rampolla died suddenly,
the result of an IIIUPSS that attacked
him following a religious ceremony.
He was formerly papal secretary of
state and was considered a likely can
didate for the pontificate on the death
He was a Sicilian, born in 1842, and
was of noble family. His temporal
title was Marquis del Tmdaro.
The effect of the death on the pope
coupled with the recent demise ot Car
dmal Oreglia,'was greatly feared by
the Vatican physicians. Both cardi
nals were close friends of the pontiff
and it was Pope Pius' hope that Car
dinal Rampolla would succeed him,
recognizing that Rampolla would sure
ly have been elected to succeed Pope
Leo but for the Austrian vote, which
turned the sacred college to Pius
WINNER AND LOSER BANQUET
Mitchel and McCall Sit Side by Side
New York, Dec 18 John Purroy
Mitchel, major elect, and Edward E.
McCall, the man he defeated in the
recent mayoralty campaign, sat side
by side at a dinner given in Mr.
Mitchel's honor by Corrigan council,
Knights of Columbus.
It was their first meeting since the
election and both of them did their
best to show the 900 diners that no
hard feelings existed between them.
*J* $- $-
FREE LUNCH AT CHURCH.
Aurora, 111., Dec. 18.Free
lunch will be served at the
First Methodist church next
Sunday to encourage attend
*s* *s* *$* *I* *5* *S* *2* *s* "3* *$- *I* *i*
RAISING OF MAINE COSTLY
Total Expense $792,989, Says Report
Washington, Dec. 18.Raising the
old battleship Maine from the mud of
Havana harbor cost the United States
1792,989, according to a report sent to
the house of representatives by the
This includes the transportation to
and burial of the bodies of more than
200 of her crew in Arlington.
Two Negroes Lynched.
Sbreveport, La., Dec. 18.Two ne
groes, Ernest and Frank Williams,
were lynched by a mob at Blanchard,
La. The two had confessed to killing
Calvin Ballard, whose body was found
hacked to pieces in his, store.
Read Pioneer want ads
No. 7682 is a slightly draped two
piece skirt suitable for one of the soft
bilks or supple wool fabrics cloth
could also be Ubed to advantage
The design shows a slightly raised
waistline and just a suggestion of full
ness in the back.
Skirts today are not difficult to fit
the inside belt has done away with
many of the complications that used
to arise for the novice some seasons
It is advisable to completely finish
the inside belt before adjusting the
skirt. Fit it by means of darts on
each side and sew on the hooks and
eyes. The skirt may now be pinned
on to this and tried on the necessary
changes will be very few Never turn
up the hem or arrange the facing until
the skirt is adjusted at the top.
This skirt may be made in size 24
with 2% yards of 42 inch material and
yard of 2 inch belting for Inside
The pattern is cut in 5 sizes 22 to 30.
This Is a Perfect Pattern.
Be sure to state right size, taking
waist measure tightly around the small
est part of the waist and hip measure
loosely around the fullest part of the
It may be obtained by filling out the
coupon and enclosing 15 cents in
stamps or coin to the Pattern Depart
ment of this paper
Name Street and No
City and State
Duluth, Dec. 18WheatOn track
and to arrive, No. 1 hard, 87V8c No. 1
Northern, 86V8c No 2 Northern, 84y8
@84%c FlaxOn track and to ar
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul, Dec. 18.Cattle
Steeis, $firstname.lastname@example.org, cows and heifers,
$4 50@6 60 calves, $4 50@7 50 feed
ers, $email@example.com. Hogsfirstname.lastname@example.org^.
SheepLambs, $email@example.com wethers,
$3 75@4 50, ewes, $2 50@4 35.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Dec. 18.WheatDec,
88%c Hay, 92c, July, 883/4@88%c.
CornDec, 70%c, May, 70@70%c
July, 69%c. OatsDec, 39%@40c
May, 42%@42%c July, 41% c. Pork
Jan, $20.72 May, $20.90. Butter
Creameries, 30 31c Eggs30
31c PoultrySprings, 12c hens,
12%c turkeys, 16c.
Chicago Live Stock
Chicago, Dec. 18.CattleBeeves,
$G 60(5)9 70 Texas steers $6.60@7 65
Western steers, $5 80^7.65, stockers
and feeders, $4 firstname.lastname@example.org cows and
heifers, $email@example.com calves, $7.50@
11.00. HogsLight $firstname.lastname@example.org mixed,
$?.email@example.com heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org rough,
$email@example.com pigs $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep
Native, $email@example.com yearlings, $5.
Minneapolis, Dec 18WheatDec,
84%c May, 87%c July, 89%c. Cash
close on track: No. 1 hard, 88%c No.
1 Northern. 85%@S7%q to arrive,
!4c No. 2 Northern, 83%
85%c No. 3 Northern, 81%@83%c
No. 3 yellow corn, 60%@61*4i No. 4
corn, 56@58%c No. 3 white oats, 37
@37%c to arrive, 37%c No. 3 oats,
33%@3Gc barley, 63@66c flax, %1.-
(Not sold in stores)
Wear a corset made to fit you.
Ask for a demonstration. Tele
phone or send postcard to
Mrs. G. B. Evritt
$22.00 and $20.00 will go
00 will go
$2.00 grades go
L.50 grades go
$2.00 and $1.75 Shirts
Below we quote prices on some
big saving can be made by piirchasi
These well known and reliable suits that
sold formerly at $25 will go at
Blue Serge Suits
.00 and $18.00 Suits go
$15.00 Suits go
Suits that sold formerly at 15.00 and tfi^ A
112.50 will go at f vtl
Here's a Chance to Bay Shirts Right
Pure "Oregon" Flannel Shirts
$2.75 grades go at
Dress Shi ts at Little Prices
Men's heavy Winter Mackinaws, all to go at special
prices during this sale.
The firm formerly known as the 0. Clothing
Store will after January 1,1914, be known as the Bloos-
ton store. The change being necessary on account of Mr.
Blooston taking over the entire stock of the company him-
self. O account of the mild winter weather our Over-
coats and Suits and winter wearable stock is still quite
complete. make the change in ownership we are com-
pelled to reduce the stock at a great sacaifice.
$18.00 Overcoats go
Space here does not permit us to quote all the many bargains awaiting
you here in this sale.
Come in and let the prices talk to youconvince yourself that you can
save many dollars on goods purchased at this big sale.
The C. 0. D.Clothing Store
After Jan. I the L. Blooston Store
$15.00 and $12.50 Overcoats go
Formerly at $5.00
Formerly at $4.00
Formerly at $3.50
of the Bargains, showing you whatja
ag during this sale.
Coats that we sell regular at $25.00 and
$22.50 go at
All Shoes Reduced
"Gol Seal" and "Ball Brand" Rub-
bers also at a great reduction.
Men's Winter Underwear Prices
$3.50 and 3.00 all wool underwear, every size, will
go at per suit
Heavy Lumbermen's Wool Socks
Socks that are big values here at 50c will go at his
All 25c socks will go at 19c
All winter Hats and Caps in our well assorted stock
will be at a decided reduction.