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$3.75 Regular $12.00 Regular $18.00 Regular $25.00 Regular $1.95 Regular $3.95 Regular $5.00 Regular $6.50 Very late style in patent, suede, tan and gun metal leath ers also velvet. Price $3.50 to $4.00. Watertown High Beats Aberdeen In a football game of interesting features the Aberdeen high school team was defeated by a score of 11 to 10. The game was played in a fierce blizzard -with the. thermometer hover ing around the zero murk. Aberdeen's first touchdown came in the first five minutes of play, and was the result of a series of Straight line bucks and short end runs. The second Was made in the second quar ter and was also the result of straight, old style, football. The hard wind and driving show, which filled the eyes of the players, made any attempt at forward passes failures, 'and botfe team used straight football thruout the entire game. Neither goal was kicked by the Aberdeen boys. The -"Watertowif-'lroys braced up fn the second half and coming back jwith the old Watertown ,"40 or ijie' SWEENNG Ladies' Flannelette Gowns THESE GOWNS MADE VERY FULL AND GOOD LENGTH. SHORT AND LONG SLEEVES, HIGH AND LOW NECK. Regular $1.50 values, for. this sale 98c Regular $1.75 values, for this sale $1.29 Regular values, for this sale $1.49 Children's Flannellette Gowns •. 39c Ladies Furs WE HAVE A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT IN THE FUR PIECES AND FUR SETS IN ALL THE MOST WANTED FURS, SUCH AS BEAR, WOLF, FOX, RUSSIA MINK, JAP MINK, LYNX, OPPOSSUM, ETC., AT FROM PER SET ON UP. Ladies' and Misses' Dresses TO GET BETTER DRESSES THAN THESE YOU WOULD HAVE TO TRAVEL FAR. NEW AND DISTINCTIVE STYLES ARE SHOWN —TAFFETA, MESSALINES, POPLINS, SILK, SERGE, WOOL PANA MA AND SERGE. values, for this sale $7.50 vp.!ue», for this sale $1?.50 values, for this sale $16.75 THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF PARTY DRESSES IN THE CITY. House Dresses Ladies' Hou&e DroBses, fleece lined, for the winter, in Gray, Blue, Black and White and Red. All sizes 34 to 46, Children's Coats, 2 to 6 Years AT JUST ONE-HALF PRICE. Choice 89c White Bear Skin, Oue-Half Price 98c Broadcloth Heavy Interlined, One-Half Price $1.98 Brown O'Posaum,, One-Half Price 2.50 Broadcloth and Velvet, One-Half Price $3.25 Aprons A well made White Lawn Apron, lace or embroidery trimmed 19c Princess Apron, made of good quality gingham 25c Mother Hubbard Apron, big size Shoes, Rubbers and Overshoes TW We are holding the greatest Stock Reduction Sale ever seen in- Water town. It is the biggest money saving event in years. Don't miss it —come for miles, it will more than repay you." Our stock is complete with all kinds of Fall and Winter Footwear. We have warm lined shoes, overshoes and all kinds of high cut shoes to protect the feet from the baby's size 0 to the men's size 12. Having the goods and knowing how to fit them, you are assured at all times in get ting the best to be obtained in quality for the price. Come '-.'.'".v. Early One strong point is our aim never to misrepresent goods in size, width or quality. The place is 118 E. Kemp Ave. but be sure to comer You Will Not C. Kjos & Son Christion's TJp-to-Date Repair Shop in Rear In their .eyes, made a touchdown in each quarter of the second half, both being made in long runs. William son, the fast left half for the 'Water town team, made both runs, and .was lucky enough to kick one goal. Wa tertown used the famous Minnesota shift at different, times with good re sults, one of our touchdowns resulting from a fake end run from this forma tion Sheenhan and Dwight Johnson were the stare for Aberdeen during thfe game, and Johnson's long punts did much to protect their goal line at different times. Abbott, Rowo, Peterson, Fisher and Mather of Watertown were In the game all the time and were always good for gains for Watertown. Tha,lineup Aberdeen—G JToloitetjb^ L'e Ki§-' ger, j. t. Cumnuns, 1. g. Thompson, c. Tiffany, r. g. Connell r. Malony, r. e. Jod^b, captain and q. J). B. dNteason, fife. Sh$ehaii» r. Cham ber, f. b. Be Disappointed 39c •SUm Gilruth Department Store 1. Beach, I. g. Mjers, c. Bancroft, r. g. Fisher, r. t. Hathienon, r. Mather, Abbott, q. b. Williamson, h. Rowe, captain, r. h. Abbott, Pet erson, f. b. Referee—Kellar. Umpiie—Withrow. Field Judge—Carey. KAMPE8KA. There will be a dance in the haii at K&mpeska FrWay night Nov. 17. Lester Purcell visited his cousin, Al exander Purcell Sunday and accom panied him to school Monday. There was a dance at Joe Stro lus' Monday night. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Tubbt spent Friday in Watertown. Marie Cook spent Thursday, night With Mable Ferris and visited school Friday. Miss Anna Nelson of Litchfield, Minn., is a guest at the Harry With ers' home. John O'Nlel gave a dancing party at Wfi,' borne Monady^jiUght-^ji -it & DAY NEW^WAtERTOW* SOOTH DAKOTA u, -f~ t* sjjSpjii ym SIZES 16 to 47. j,,large m, •:r .. WW** r% Ladies' and Misses' Skirts WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SKIRTS OF THE POPULAR MIXED GOODS, PANAMAS, VOILES AND SERGES. ALL GOOD STYLES AND THE QUALITY AND MAKING ALL YOU COULD ASK. YOU ARE PRETTY SURE TO WANT MORE THAN ONE OF THE8E —THEY ARE JU8T THE SMART, PRACTICAL SKIRTS THAI^ARE IN SUCH STRONG DEMAND RIGHT NOW. Regular $3.95 Skirts, for this sale .....". Regular $5.00 Skirts, for this sale a. Regular $6.50 Skirts, for this sale .,.,. Regular $7.50 Skirts, for this sale Regular $10.00 Skirts, for this sale ....... r# Sweaters ,,, Children's Gray Sweaters, trimmed in Red .,, 29c Girls' All wool Sweaters/ Gray. Blue. Red and White .. vv:• .v:• .. 98c Ladies' all wool Sweaters, ull sizes, up from 98c crowd was In attendance. Mable Ferris visited friends In Henry over Sunday. Mattie Tubbs is spending a week at Robert Campbell's near Wallace. There "was a social dance at the home of Nels Nordby last Wednesday night. Guests were present from Wa tertown and Grover besides a large number living in the immediate vlcin uy. Mildred Kogie is absent from school this week owing to a slight ill ness. Angela Sullivan and George Hal lauer attended the dance in Henry Friday -night. Mable FerriB was sick Tuesday. Sidney Burk acted as her substitute in Dist. No. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Withers w«re Watertown visitors Monday. TtiE WOMEN FOLKS ALL SAY "STERLING EGG COAL" Is the most satisfactory soft coal they ever burned. And they know. There are no ashes to speak of from Sterl ing Egg. It burns ap clean to a clear white ash. It makes a hot, lasting fire that will hold over night in grate or stove. A trial order will be our best argu ment of its satisfying goodness and yourxsteady use of it For sale only by Hayes-Lucas Lum ber Co. Phone Main 224. ." 23tf THE 5,000 CLUB. We're out for five thousand—' You can hear'the newsboys cry We're out Tor five thousand— 'Jigs And we'll get there on the flyMiit It only needs how-de and a look at what we show It dcty needed a how-de and a look at let the people know Should auiJ acquaintance be forgot? Come, readers, let 'er go! And we'll have that same five thous and In tfie morning. if* We're out for five thousand— ,How those linotypes do.hum! We're out for five, thousand— press .roars:.,. Ani? the ^com«J" V" 'em Si* gp— vwp: From correspondence, office clerks to plain old.writing "scrubs ,• We're, bandeij In one mighty bunch to gather in thj} "subs"-^ T'f. 1 :V 'iJ-'1'1* V?'? S. W E O N O E A A N I E W E N W E A E A E S GREAT SACRIFICES ON NEW STYLE COATS FOR ^HE GIRLS AS NOW. THE TRUTH IS WE HAVE TOO MANY FOR THIS TIME OF THE SEASON. SO WE HAVE PRICED THEM TO INSURE A HASTY CLEARANCE. Regular price $5.00, for this sale $3.50 Regular price $6.50, for this sale ., .,, $4.75 Regular price $8.50, for this sale '.$5.75 Regular price 10.00, for this sale $6.75 Women's and Misses' Coats and Suits JUST WHEN EVERY WOMAN IS WANTING A COAT OR SUIT FOR THESE COLD DAYS. A SPLENDID ARRAY OF THE: NEW STREET COATS, POLO COATS, MOTOR COATS, IN SEMI-FITTING AND BOX EFFECTS. IN PLAIN COLORS AND FANCY MIXTURES. Regular $10 and $12 Coats or Suits, for this sale $7.50 Regular $15 to $16.75 Coats or Suits, for this sale 11.75 Regular "$20 to $25 Coats or Suits, for this sale V,... $15.75 Regular $25 to $30 Coals or Suits, for this sale $19,50 And will count the spoils of battle every morning. We're out for five thousand— From the basement to the dome We're out for five thousand— & One for nearly every home, S We'll help the whole diged country side start in the morning right By brushing up on world-news while they nurse their appetite We'll give Old Sol a little hand by letting in our Light Five thousand rays of news shine eve ry morning. We're out for five thousand—r- :i Pass the gladsome word along We're out for five thousand—- And we won't be "out" there long With eVery new-found friendship comes a spirit all aglow— With every new subscriber you will see this paper grow— For people (just like papers) reap exactly what they sow—: And we'll harvest five thousand in the morning! —Emerson D. Owens, CROMWELL DIXON, AVIATOR. Plankinton Mail: A Montana news vpaper writer gives the following beautiful tribute to the memory of Cromwell Dixon, the young aviator whose daring flights at the Huron state fair gave pleasure to thousands. Within three weekB from that time he met his death while giving an exhibi tion at the state fair grounds in. Spo kane, Wash.: "Hail and farewell to Young Crom well Dixon! For him there was but one day between his Austerlitz and Waterloo. He was so guileless, so smilingly reticent, so unaffected, so boyishly Impressionable of all the fine, gientle things of the world about him that bis Incredible bravery, his imper ious audacity In the air, became all the more wonderful. I am told by those who witnessed the aerial meets of Chicago and eastern cities, that none of them equalled Dixon in grace, in swift resolution, in utter fearless ness or' in mental and' physical mas tory of his vehicle. "When' at the state fair grounds he mounted into the blue and sailed a way on wide stretched pinions into the western cloudd, a thousand feet above the great divide, an eagle ~boy confronting and mastering an incredl- tfctmimn'air'of $2-95 .. is *3.76 $4.98 •1 *4 $7 50 i" Girls' Coats A a Vbvefoj\the 'uibpt every be&oi^er teeem^fo/'pflffti oip&te. Thirty-six hours later, toppled a height by a treacherous puff of wfi he tell beneath hia'pond^rou^ chine at Spokane, already tc death, his boyish beauty.,-his itable beart, his «wlnsom6, imgento^f smile, marred, stilled.'silenced Are Their graves He In a buttdredfar ces now, beyond the Alps In Italy?• the lone reaches ot,tbe Rhine Seine, In England, Spbiaand In states ofr our own country, bodies of these foredoomed, explorers of the unknown spaei of them none shall be mbre teni remembered, more endurirtgly ed than our own Cromwell Dixon,•' CARD OF THAN K6. We wish- to thank the many friend* who so kindly assisted us in the.j[Sro longed illness and death of our dear father. Also our appreciation for the beautiful floral tributes. Especially do we thank the I. O. O. F. aud. Re becca Lodges the G. A. R. and W R. C. for their untiring assistance. Charles W. Lane, jf Orin M, Lane, Sari D. Lane and., wit *5 Arcade Hotel Coming to Front The Arcade Hotel under the man agement of O. W. Wheeler Is .fast coming to the front as one of the very best hotels in the state. A new $£00 bus has been purchased which makes all incoming and outgoing trains, fbe hotel has been thoroughly refurnloh ed and everything is first-class in every particular. The Arcade is con ducted both oa tie American and Eu ropean plan and its table service the toest in the west. ris.. Is this Success Worth the Cost? Along the line of thought suggest* ed by reading the "Harpoon" is the following from the Pioneer Press which also seems to think the post master general is- not above criticism:. Postmaster General Hitchcock is entitled to considerable commendation for his success on operating the pos« tal service of the country for the last year with a small profit, instead of a deficit, which has been the rule since 1883, but it is yet to.be determined whether the saving has been accom plished without impairment of the service or without working injustice to employees of the Postollloe De partment. In other words, there is yet the question whether the saving to the government was accomplished by economy or by retrenchment The charge, has been made agafuit the postmaster general that he has effected a reduction in the expendi tures of his. department by reducing the'number'of railway mail olerkji, increasing their hours of work and by cutting down,the extra clerks and car riers in the cities and compelling the regular employes to do the work of those who are ill or on their vacations. This is pure retrenchment, not econ omy, and cannot long be sustained without impairing the efficiency ot the postal sdWlce.' The record at hand does not dis close that the postmaster general has struck at' the real source of extrava gance in .postal expenditures. For years thfe railroads have been drawing vast amounts for carrying the malls, and there has been no intelligent ac tion looking to a revision of the sched ules of compensation for this Service. Ic 18 also a matter of record that tho postofllce. department at Washington Is without tt proper system of ac counting that the department of pur chase and supplies has wasted largo amounts of money every year and tho obsolete methods in vogue In the de partment cost the government every year more than the amount of the de ficits that have been the rule for nearly thirty years. General Hitch cock will get his full meed of praise when his reform plans are put br force as a check on the real extrava gance^of the postal service. WATERTOWN FEED & FUEL CO, Carry a complete lino of Coal, Wood, Slabs, Hay and Feed. Sheds at North Western tracks on Maple street. 08TRANDER & Successor to Atlas Elevator Co. 18tf H- D. Mac CoBh^'m left Saturday far. the/Twin Cities on i^Htelneas trip..