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TUESDAY EVENING,
16
Walt-ham Watches;
" In records that defy
the tooth of time."
"The "Perfected American Watch," an illustrated book
of interesting information about watches, tvitt be sent
, free upon request*
American Waltham Watch Company,
Waltham/ Mass.
M. L. COHEN, JEWELER.
Soils All High Grades: Waltham Watches, Royal
Riverside, Crescent St. and Vanguard.
29 Washington Avenue South.
PECULIAR^AMAGE CASE
Mortgagee Sued lor Being 1 (he Whole
Thing.
•Special to The Journal.
Webster City, lowa, Dec. 17. —A pecu
liar damage case, C. F. McCoy via. John
Robinson, was tried in district court.
Robinson held two notes against McCoy,
amounting to $650, secured by a mortgage
upon farm implements and a team of
horses. McCoy lived upon a farm belong
ing to Robinson. He moved off before
the season was over and Robinson fore
closed the mortgage. He hold a sale, at
which, only eight persons were present,
three of whom were his farm hands,
Auctioned .the stuff off himself and bought
It all, paying $414, which he applied upon
the notes he held. McCoy brought suit
against him, alleging that the property
thus sold was worth $950, and asking $1,000
damages besides. The Jurors disagreed,
though all were in favor of granting some
thing to McCoy. They were, however,
unable to agree upon .the sum to be al
lowed,
ENGINEER KILLED
Charles O. Hoi man Met III* Death at
Xorth McGregor.
Special to The Journal.
Mason City, lowa, Dec. Charles O.
Holman, an engineer on the Milwaukee,
was killed by his engine in the North
McGregor yards this morning.
TAX FERRETS NOT A SUCCESS.
Special to The Journal.
Webster City, lowa, Dec. 17.—The tax fer
ret system of collecting delinquent taxes has
been neither successful nor popular with .the
people of this city and county. Six tax cases
have been decided adversely to the ferrets.
Three were against banks In different parts
of the county and three against individuals.
In every ease brought by the -ferrets they
have been defeated. Of course they found
some who knew themselves to be delinquent
and who settled out of court to avoid pub
licity. On the whole, however, the work of
the torrets In this city has been unsuccessful.
CHASKA WOMAN DIES OF SMALLPOX.
Special to The Journal.
Chaeka, Minn., Dec. 17.— Mrs. Teske, wife
of Alderman Teske, died of smallpox. She
v as one of the best known -women of Carver
county, being the daughter of Rev. Mr.
Raedeke of Carver and a sister of Rev. H. .1
Raedeke of this city.— council and school
board have decided to open the schools again
Monday, Jan. 6.—Henry and Louis Kloos
have gone Into bankruptcy, much to the as
tonishment of Chaska people.—The Moravian
and German Lutheran churches will hold no
Christmas services this year, they having
been closed on account of smallpox.
PARKER'S
AH Novoifies.
New Line of Sun Bonnet Pictures
Wednesday and Thursday Specials.
1 Bxlo
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£UC,
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/>^^\ 6xß size
( { one fig- -jir'f. j
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V^>a ular 15c $W^<
mMkWe I £>
Calendars Without fSrr~
Extra Charge. \-
Sun Bonnet to
Book Marks, > 3
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GEG. W. PARKER,
727 NIOOLLET AYE.
HOW ABOUT THIS?
r- «Y °U *n^ doubt have seen our ad or heard about our selling as. good
Coffee at 5 lbs. for $1.00 as can be bought at any retail store at 30c to
40c per Ib. Now we stand back of the goods to this extent: Call at our
store, get a 2J£ Ib. can for 50c, take it home, use a pound, return it and
get your money if not satisfactory. The same with tea, Best Japan, any
kind. 2% lbs. for $1.00; same as retails at 60c to 65c per. Ib., if you do
not find it so use half of the package return It and get all of your money
Can you ask anything more? We take all the chances, you none we
are wholesalers to consumers. Only firm of the kind in this city. '
BeStifS r iKnulated Sugar> $4.95 . Fancy London Layer Rais- 95c
per 100 lbs $*Ti\J9 ins, } 4 boxes SIOC
Sunlight Patent Flour, guaranteed Prunes. 25-1 b. boxes, very CM IE
the best in the market, 01 OR large, per box.. . .....>.s|ifQ
P A erbagV c -••;;• * 1"88 Seedless Raisins, 4^wnT 25C
Armour's Sugar Cured jfl3 * new, 3 Mb. pkgs... ZOG
Hams, per 1b... Meai; 3 . |U 4 C Extra large California rigs,'" 25 C
Armour's Mince Meat, 3 $2.50 i^#i|pSl
Amur's "Happy Day"' 'mm , Sft Rai9ln8 ' "
Soap, 100 bars WtiOU Cltron ' 3 lbs 350
2-lb. Boxes, Cream Candy « O Cake Currants ' 3 1"lb - P ks 25c
19c pound ' OOC Very finest unpared Evapor- CA jk
5-lb. Boxes; good Mixed """MS ated Reaches,' 5 Ib.. 9US
Candy 4DC Very finest unparedEvapo- RAjk
5-lbß. Mixed Nuts 600 rated Pear8 > 5 lbs UUB
Hand Picked Navy Beans CBJ Very finest unpared Evap- MC *.
per peck ." DOC orated Apricots, 5 lbs "IDC
Prunes, sizes 100, 110—10 lbs 35c Very finest Evaporated Cf|_
Prunes, sizes 80, 100—10 lbs 50c A I©B. 6 lbs ....... vUG
.Prunes, large, 10-lb. boxes..... 75c Prunes, sizes 80, 90—10 1b5.... .50c
Call and examine our Store and Prices or send for our complete Price
•r.i We can Mve you 2S to 40 Percent. We are the only Firm that
, sell direct to Consumer at Wholesale Prices.
GINTER GROCERY CO.,
TELEPHONE: ?wTh^; 1881 . 23 SIXTH ST. SO.
ARMOUR'S BUCKWHEAT
XEW TRIAL. FOR ALLEGED THIEF
Lower Court Gave a Wrong Defini
tion oi ''Larceny"—Other
Cane* at Madison.
Special to The Journal.
Madison, Wls., Dec. 17.—A new trial was
granted by the supremo court .to-day to
H. \Y. McAllister, who is serving in
prison for an assault upon a young woman
at Superior. McAdister is remanded to
the custody of the sheriff of Douglas
county pending a retrial. The reversal
is mainly on the course of instructions to
the jury in the finding of a reasonable
doubt.
William Fetkenhaur, who wa» convicted
of stealing a bushel and a half of buck
wheat from Mrs. P. D. Armour's farm near
Waukesha, was also granted a new trial,
the reversal being uue to an error of the
lower court In denning larceny to the
jury.
Arguments were heard by the supreme
court to-day on the writ of habeas corpus
by which It is sought to secure the release
from prison of George Linden, serving a
term for burglary at Fond dv Lac. Linden
was sent to the state reformatory, but
was transferred to the prison by the board
of control. The contention of his at
torneys is that this was the exercise of a
judicial function by that body. Linden
was in court, having been brought here
by Warden McClaughery.
CAPT. YOUNG IS DEAD
Old Stillwater Renident Pavaei Array
in a City Hospital.
Special to The Journal.
Stillwater, Minn., Dec. 17.—Captain A.
R. Young, a former resident of Stillwater,
died last night at St. Barnabas hospital In
Minneapolis from the bursting of a blood
vessel. He was a member of St. John's
Lodge, A. F. & A. M., of Stillwater, and
the remains will be buried here under the
auspices of that order. He was about 75
years of a.ge. The funeral will be held
from the First Presbyterian churoh to
morrow afternoon^
St. John's Lodge, A. F. & A. M., naß
elected the following officers: H. W.
Davis, W. M.; H. F. Smith, S. W.; Roy G.
Staptes, J. W.; T. H. Warren, treasurer;
F. A. Lenox, secretary; Williem Smith
son, trustee
The poor farm hearing is still under
way. The scene shifted to-day to the
poor farm itself, and inmates are having
an opportunity to state their grievances.
One of the charges against Jarchow Is
that the fodo has been poor and insuffi
cient.
Thef uneral of Martin Beeska, who dded
Saturday morning in the hospital, was
held this afternoon from the German
Catholic church. The interment was in
the South Stillwater cemetery.
At the Bon Amis Bowling Club meeting
last night, Hoyt Kenyon made the high
score and high average—l 94 and 181 re
spectively.
Company X's first basket ball team will
go to Minneapolis to-night to meet a team
of Company B men.
John Ogren last night shipped three car
loads of horses to his lumber camps on
the Snake and Tamarack and will begin
log hauling at once.
TURNED THE HOSE ON HIM
Troublesome Prisoner Given a Four-
Hour Shower Bath.
Special to The Journal.
Marshalltown, lowa, Dec. 17. —Sheriff
Binegar of Poweshiek county was attacked
by a prisoner in the jail at Montezuma
and found it necessary to discharge a
shotgun in the direction of his assailant
to save his life. He did not aim at the
prisoner, but came uncomfortable close.
This, however, did not seem to deter his
assailant.
The sheriff and his deputy attached a
hose to the hydrant and for four hours
played it upon the obstreperous prisoner
before he would obey. The man 1b being
held for attempted murder of a neighbor
during a quarrel over $2. He is a farmer
named Gashe and will no doubt get a
long term.
SUDDEN" DEATH OF IOWA STOCKMAN.
Special to The Journal.
Marshalltown, lowa, Dec. 17.— J. P. Hesson,
I a wealthy stockman of Story counts, died
I suddenly. He was buried at Xevada. He was
| well known in this section of the state.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
(MMITTEEMEN
Senator Nelson on Four Com
mittees and Chairman
of One.
Clapp Has Seven Places and
Dakotans Well Pro
vided For.
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: NORTHWESTERN SENATORS' ° :
; ASSIGNMENTS. :
: Nelson, Improvement :
: of the Mississippi river and trib- :
: utaries (chairman), judiciary, pub- :
: lie lands, territories, railroads. :
: ' Clapp, Minnesotalnterstate com- :
: merce, Indian affairs, claims, edu- :
: cation and labor, engrossed bills, :
: examination of branches of the civil :
: service (chairman), transportation :
: and sale of meat products. :
: Hansbrough, North Dakota— :
: Finance, public lands, agriculture :
: and forestry, District of Columbia, :
: library. :'
: McCumber, North Dakota— lndian :
:.. affairs, public buildings and grounds, :
: claims, manufactures, pensions, :
: transportation and sale of meat :
: products. :
: Kittredge, South Dakota— :
: oceanic canals, claims, establish :
: ment of University of the United :
: States, patents, five civilized tribe's :
: of Indian territory, standards, :
: weights and measures. :
:- Gamble, South Dakota—lndian :
: depredations (chairman), public :
: lands, census, private land claims, :
: transportation routes to the sea- :
: board. - :j
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From The Journal Bureau, Boom 4,5, Pott
Building, Washington.
Washington, Dec. 17. —Senator Nelson,
who was a member of the committee
which selected the standing senate com
mittees announced to-day, probably feels
well satisfied with his assignments.
He retains his old chairmanship of inr=~
provements of the Mississippi river with
its splendid new room in the old library
wing of the capitol and goes on to com
mittees on judiciary and territories, two
imoprtant places. He drops the commit
tee on university of the United States.
Senator Clapp's chairmanship of the
civil service committee carries commit
tee-room in the terrace of the capitol,
which Nelson ooucpled for years. His
Indian affairs committee place is impor
tant to the Northwest.
As member of the committee on edu
cation and labor he will help draft legisla
tion growing out of the voluminous report
of the industrial commission. Senator
Hansbrough holds the same places he had
in the last congress.
Nelson goes on the Philippine affairs
committee, which will probably have very
little to do next year.
McCumber goes on committee on public
buildings and grounds and goes off the
committee to investigate -trespasses on
public lands. His chairmanship is new.
Otherwise his assignments are un
changed. . ,
Senator Kittredge is chairman of a
j newly created committee on standards,
weights and measures. All the senators
from the northwest felt satisfied with
their committee places.
... . .'.. —W. W. Jermane.
Washington, Dec. 17.— The republican
senators met in caucus to-day to hear the
report of the committee which had com
pleted the republican asignments. The
report was made by Senator Platt of Con
necticut, chairman of the committee. The
report of the committee was adopted and
the republican membership of the senate
committees will be as follows:
Appropriations—AlMson, Hale Cullom, Per
kins, Sewell, Warren, Wetmore, Quay.
Finance—Aldrich, Allison, Platt (Connecti
cut), Burrows, Platt (New York), Hans
brough, Spooner, Jones (Nevada).
Foreign Relations—Cullom, Frye, Lodge,
Clark (Wyoming), Foraker, Spooner, Fair
banks and Kean.
Commerce—Frye, McMillan, Elklns, Nelson,
Gallinger, Penrose, Hanna, Mason, Depew,
Jones (Nevada), Perkins.
Judiciary—Hoar, Platt (Connecticut), Clark
(Wyoming), Fairbanks, Simon, Nelson, Mc-
Comas, Depew. '
Interstate Commerce —Elkins, Cullom, Aid
rich, Kean, Dolliver, Foraker, Clapp, Mil
lard.
luteroceanic Canals'—Hawley, Platt (New
York), Hanna, Pritchard, Mitchell, Millard,
Kittredge.
Naval Affairs—Hale, Perkins, McMillan,
Platt (New York), Hanna, Penrose, Gal
linger.
Philippines—Lodge, Allison, Hale, Proctor,
Beverldge, Burrows, McComas, Dietrich.
Military Affairs—Hawley, Proctor, Sewell,
Warren, Burrows, Quarles, Scott.
Postoffices and Post Roads—Mason, Pen
rose, Elkins', Dolliver, Lodge, Deboe, Bever
idge, Dillingham, Mitchell.
Privileges and Elections—Burrows, Hoar,
Pritchard, McComas, Foraker, Depew, Bever
ldge, Dillingham.
Relations with Cuba—Platt (Connecticut),
Aldrich, Cullom, McMillan, Spooner, Deboe,'
Burnham.
Pacific Islands and Porto Rico—Foraker,De
pew, Wetmore, Foster (Washington), Mitchell,
Kearns, Burton.
Public Lands—Hansbrough, Nelson, Clark
(Wyoming), Bard, Kearns, Gamble, Burton,
Dietrich.
Indian Affairs—Stewart, Platt (Connecticut),
Quarles', McCumber, Bard, Quay, Clapp, Gam
ble, McLaurin (South Carolina.
Agriculture and Forestry—Proctor, Hane
brough, Warren, Foster (Washington), Dol
liver, Quarles, Quay.
District of Columbia—McMillan, Gallinger,
Hansbrough, Pritchard, Stewart, Dillingham]
Foster (Washington), Wellington.
Public Buildings and Grounds—Fairbanks,
Warren, Simon, Scott, Quales, McCumber]
Wellington.
Territories—Beverldge, Sewell, Dillingham,
Nelson, Bard, Quay, Burnham.
Rules—Spooner, Aldrich, Hoar, Elkins.
Census—Quarles, Hale, Platt (N. V.), Mc-
Cumber, MoComas, Buhton, Gamble.
Claims—Warren, Mason, Stewart, McCum
ber, Kean, Clapp, Burnham, Kittredge Mc-
Laurin (S. C).
Printing—Platt (N. V.),' Elkins.
Immigration—Penrose, Fairbanks, Lodge,
Mason, Sewell, Proctor.
Coast and Insular. Survey—Foster (Wash.),
Hawley, McMillan, Fairbanks. Wellington.
Audit and Control of Contingent Expenses
of the Senate—Jones (Nevada), Gallinger,
Kean.
Civil Service and Retrenchment—Perkirus,
Lodge, Elkins, Platt (N. V.), Millard.
Coast Defenses—Mitchell, Hawley, Bur
rows, Penrose, Dietrich, Wellington.
Corporations Organized in the District of
Columbia—Aldrich, MoMillan, Wellington.
Education and Labor—McComas, Penro6e,
Doiliver, Clapp, Burnham.
Engrossed Bills—Hoar, Clapp.
Enrolled Bills—Sewell and Hanna. t
Establish the University of the United
States—Deboe, Frye, Foraker, Wetmore
Burnham, Kittredge, Wellington.
Examine tin; Several Branches of the Civil
Service—Clapp, Foraker, Hoar, Deboe.
Fisheries—Bard, Proctor, Frye, Mason.
Foster.
Forest Reservation end the Protection of
Game—'Burton, Depew, Perkins, Claxk (Wyo )
Priteherd, Kearns, Kittredge.
Geological Survey—Kean, Elkin«, Allison
Fairbanks.
Improvement Mississippi River and "ts
Tributaries—Nelson, Dolliver, Millard and
MciLaurin (S. C).
Indian Depredations—Gamble, Deboe, Bev
eridge, Dillingham, Kearns, Dietrich.
Irrigation and Reclamation of Arid Lands
—Simon, Warren, Stewart, Quarles, Bard,
Quay, Kearns, Detrich.
Library—Wetmore and Hansbrough. "
Manufactures—McCumber, Mason, Foster
(Washington), McLaurin (South Carolina).
Mines and Mining—Scott, Stewart, Hanna,
, Clark (Wyoming), Kearnß.
Orgaaization, Conduct and Expenses of the '
- (1 w/ /Mfi3FW**Piy*l]lJ >ii'L Mgyy^yyy^w^y^SyMJ Kr begin until Wednesday.
"THE" premier headquaters for sensible, employes as it is; we shant
useful men's and boys' gifts. ./ make it harder
This organization is perfect in giving accommodations..... This store's stocks are won
derfully great and complete with the best This store's spirit gives pleasure to trading
.". Goods may now be selected and reserved.... ..Honey refunded on all purchases be
fore or after the holidays v. All goods will be handsomely boxed gratis Umbrellas
and canes engraved free —.;All cash purchases of $5.00 or over will be expressed free of ; ■ ■ ___^
charge to any address in the United States or Canada. ' - "
Supremacy in Men's Gloves Fine handkerchief bargains.
100 dozen Scotch Gloves and Mitts—Clan patterns . fU 7^\ 75c and $1.00 Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c—A
-^ - —white, reds, plain blues and other shades, and "-A / \ thousand dozen, consisting of extra heavy hem
r\| \/S^ /% 50 dozen Saxony gloves — soft lamb's wft >i/ \ stitched China silk Handkerchiefs, extra large
1 « Fl/jr wool and knit—glove? and mitts worth offC >C^r'' M< 5 ) —in plain white or fancy colors or plain black
/•I'.ll ¥ / up to $1.00, at choice for vv^ '. yC""^ -J^tm { or with hand-embroidered silk Initials, or white
1 1 lift \f Silk-lined, Wool-lined and unlined Perrin's, Adler's *> -ft or colored borders—hemstitched or Ff/\_
y»T«t ¥ / and our own make gloves in cape, kid or English \\ ~ ] plain—for advance Christmas sell- 3 V/C
I'l '"ftfija mJ buck—in button or snap fasteners—heavy stitched \\ » J I ins' at choice or •• • •■ • •
W| W or embroidered back—ail new (t* 1 *w g~w ?' Jl 200 dozen linen handkerchiefs 25c— own
V*"% |I 7 shades—worth up to $2.so— we j) I «5 ft Li-—-^^ importation, finest Irish linen, in colored
Vfi'llf A on them choice •*' * •*-vr CX -««*.. borders, hemstitched, silk initial or fancy col-
Ls^lkll^ Squirrel-lined Gloves—Of finest kid, cape or ored handkerchiefs—novel, swell ideas—qualities that r^ **
M^^tiwv reindeer—as sell for $4.50— /f» '«-* « g~\ are worth up to 50c—.you can have them fancy boxed /.!^C
""f*% « ® '^i we offer them at 2n "i j\W without extra charge—at, choice .................. ...._
Jj«4W\\\v \ choice *^ * 100 dozen China silk handkerchiefs—plain white r% m
' B!s£M ' Men's Street Gloves—Made from castor buck, kid, hemstitched or colored or silk initial—worth 50c—at, JLm^CL
BBmr .... mocha, dog skin and reindeer, in silk-lined, wool- choice for .:. ******
*^a^ grots°Ld Una,l 6ll ne w OUcoSr"u g Si 00 500--en hemstitched Japanettehaodlcerchiafs with "- - c
Worth $1.50 at choice for • %|/ * •V/vr broidered initial — size—lßc quality, at, choice for \J\*
£?" Silk Night Robes Exquisite Holiday Suspenders ™ Alaska seal caps
'■{&* il^ru^J^ 9051 lUXUrI ' r •v, , J • „ The best.that can be made-in Detroit, Col
ftvdl Ousga mel; f} , <tC; A<T| In rich colorings, satin or silk or lege and driver shapes-a
fc ? ST? 4>^«UVJ r~ r>, Persian patterns, with silver or .itfiWßtfc, cap that retails at $20.00
j>cyV C>b, choice r-.-k 4-y| gold plated buckles—either silk or dmimlSSk -as one of our leaders,
f'^fikrSS, 20 styles of Pajamas in silk '•'■h-^M':. finest kid ends, O* < /\/\ m vBBB& on /!» 4 i a A
/pi s\ and wool, stunning color- v|l||X worth §2.00, " I .tfvl V^|^....f 14.00
/ 'fifßSn'A lngs> worth <£ H EA XafP.-.V choice for ...*K. #vv W^&W for *
/A iIICJa I $ fo> 3 1 »uU ''•'^V\?v| Suspenders— lisle, silk web (5 \\\ XXXX teal caps, 8
i*m /Bf^r \ at- fifA^H or satin, with sliding buckle and % JZ+\ different shapes, Lon
rs i* lf I Cambric Nightllobes,hand- ?.fj&>?. patent cast-off— every pair in beau- 'M-,.. "~**jA don dye—richly lined
' I somely trim'd, embroidered 'j^Hk tiful souvenir box and *™ -rv J^u^^^^ and wortn 315.00, at
J collars and fr-4 /\/\ '^ X worth 81.00. At choice .^||C ><^^''M|%^ id* /\ -_ _.
SB cuffs, S!.spj»|§(Jo for U>\P** J^^lf^JM^ SO 7S
iW va1ue..... . Suspenders—2oo dozen extra fine silk web, *^v f!^*^3?£^t ,H /^#jr *-^
K^'l Domet or French Flannel with silk or calf ends, either sliding or patent Pieced seal caps, all shapes — genuine
| Night Robes.cut mm jßrf _ buckles, handsome, rich colorings, <"* mm Alaska seal—they are worth /J» *y ot«
very long and jSbC and worth up to 50c, at, choice JL^C $6.oo—as an unexcelled hoii- Jn.j J^
full, $1.50 quality, at choice for... Mr, - f0r..... ****** day special on sale for M"- r • »^
■. ■ -■ ■ ■ ■ . -
a Magnificent house coats, smoking jackets and bath robes.
A stock that is unparalleled in magnitude and prices most interesting.
_ • vV^«^%v 20 sty' °* extra heavy golf cloth Jackets—rever- Silk matlesse coats—made from heaviest Vienna
" /**~~'\£.if'. ''^tmV*Ni ' sible lapels—cord edge, felt and silk bound—they will silks—combination colorings—silk lined garments—
P^llr' ' 'iff/ \sL»?W:'''' j^Sl tell you at a glance they are gen- (Kg* f\£\' perfect fitting—those who desire a rich gift ought cer
['"'iMjW'p'^ i'X^'i^'^h ne $7.50 jackets, yet we sell them .1111 Mainly investigate , these rich house coats—they are
/-^tl!l 1 ■'*&'-• '{jPu^s .v..... the richest coats that have ever /!» •* /^ f» jt\
Q^W^mW^m^SmW Berlin house coats-soft as a mouse's ear-extra been .offer. on sale, and the «D 1 Z,dU
• <~or g.v• ■ r ,i '■m/tirsoßmT _JT^f7 . t.i./,«-,-~. .... price here is only -^^
'"fc-T" / v '■''■ StSffWSi-^^xjf heavy quality—6o different colorings £fc' B7E"/\
V^QA "" 2?':\JmM —they are strictly tailor-made—they TNy^Q^Vf Eiderdown bath robes —imported /hr) if\/\
■" "iff ''>■■•■ :''>^S9f^ are 810.00 coats—here at v^ r " *^^ direct from Berlin, Germany —at y$C% 111
/^^~^^^^^^3i Velvet house coats-all colors-a luxurious garment $395' $5.00 and..,.. ......^^'^^
/ ; ;> o^^^^r-^i^s^^^m —silk lined—will make a most /£ -g /^ /\/\ Boys' house coats—made from golf cloth—reverstble
V 1 ■^f<r^ltfira ' practical and rich gift—coats «n I Jcf*\3\3 plaids, tailor made, sizes 12 to 18—a /t» w /\/>
i\ \\ m^^:|«a\N worth $15.00 and matchless at. decided novelty—nothing will please jN^ till
|| .WJ^^^^^lSfer Slumbering coats-made from golf cloth-trimmed the y°un« men more-here at *V • W
/I I) I W^^^^^^^^^^^Sf^/ with rich silk Cord — they are /1» ■& f% /lk/*\ Boys'eiderdown Bath Robes—with shawl col- /f» -*, ~
Hi'vJjF^^B^F??*'/ reversible and are the city's best $12.00 lar and cord-made long-just the thing the Ik -Z US
'r litS&k ' >«—/ i« n « » n «t« ,^;^ri ot *X * youug man wants after athletic exercise—in- $D%Jm jf %J
' l^tt Mr >->=^-.S^' long coats—priced at despensible after a bath—offered at
Best and most fashionable men's clothes. Obviously best values
Vicuna silk miexd overcoatings—the best fancy overcoats, soft and Men's $8.00 Overcoats at $5.00—600 of them in black beaver quilted
rich—no A tailor can produce silk lined—they /t* *y £\ d\{\ lined, French faced velvet collar, cut 46 inches long. After these
are beautiful texture—handsomer at any price. jJ>O \3m\3\J are gone you will not be apt to get such an oppor- /£ mm f\f\
Here at .;...........;........... tunity again—all wool, quilted lined overcoats, for TlJ^ III!
The famous Oxford overcoats—cut 50 inches long—with yoke or tnl9 sale- ••" • ••••••• •• •
ssiests o? d "«*•»* % are $ 15.00 fjberlan cat Hnedcc^vith otter collar, beavercollar Persia,,
ssifisss -* ** are $ 15.00 S^^?*«?rs3? $50.00
sale at.... •• • • — *." """" '
The warmback ulster—Made from wind proof, waterproof and cold Astrakhan Fur Overcoats in which every seam is stayed—interlined
proof genuine Irish Frieze, in Oxford, black, /£» a wm gy. —choice of colors of rich furs—coats cut 46 (£ 45% C? f\
Plaid and brown—we offer 500 of them 1-3 under jyJ'\Z J^lf inches long and worth $65.00—here S4Z»i)U
regular price f0r....;,... , at •• •
Executive Department—Quay,' Wetmore, Ma
son, Beveridge, McLaurin (South Carolina).
Pacific Railroads—Dolliver, Frye, Foraker,
Stewart, Millard.
Patentß—Pritchard, Platt (Connecticut), Mc-
Comas, Kittredge.
Pensions—Galllnger, Pritchard, Deboe, Mc-
Cumber, Scott, Foster, Burton, Simon.
Private Land Claims—Hale, Kean, Gamble,
Burton.
Public Health and National Quarantine — (
Jones (Nevada), Gallinger, Spooner, Deboe,
Depew.
Railroads —Clark (Wyoming), Nelson, Lodge,
Hawley, Wetmore, Scott, Bard.
Relations with Canada—Hanna, Hoar, Hale,
Fairbanks, Cullom.
Revision of the Laws of the United States
—Depew, Burrows, Pritchard, Mitchell^ Burn
ham.
Revolutionary Claims—Simon, Gallinger,
Millard.
Transportation Routes to the Seaboard—
Dillingham, Clark (Wyoming), Perkins, Gam
ble, McLaurin.
Select CommitteeH.
Investigate the Condition of Potomac River
Front at Washington—Millard, Frye, Scott,
Beveridge.
Woman Suffrage—Wetmore, Bard, Mitchell.
Additional Accommodations for the Library
of Congress—Cullom, Allison, Mitchell.
Five Civilized Tribes of Indians—Burton,
Dietrich, Kittredge.
Transportation and Sale of Meat Products—
McCumber, McComas, Clapp.
Industrial Expositions—Burnham, Hawley,
Hansbrough, Lodge, Scott, Wellington, Mc-
Laurin.
National Banks—Kearns, Burrows, Penrose.
Investigate Tiespassers Upon Indian Lands
—Dietrich, Simon.
Standards, Weights and Measures—Kitt
redge, Simon and Dolliver.
LUMBER COMPANY INCORPORATES.
Special to The Journal.
Blooming Prairie, Minn., Dec. 17.—The
Veblen-Hagna Lumber company, which has
been doing business for two years as a co
partnership, haß filed articles of incorpora
tion with a capital stock of $50,000. The offi
cers are O. A. Veblen, president; N. N. Hag
na, vice-president; J. E. Voblen, secretary
and treasurer. —At a resent meeting of the
directors of the Steele County Telephone
company, it was decided to make extensive
additions, including lines to Waltbain, Gene
va and Ellendate.
NOT ENGAGED TO HOBSON.
Springfield, Ohio, Dee. 17.—Miss Eleanor
Ludlow, niece of ex-Governor Bushnell, said
to-day: 'There Ib positively no truth in the I
repcrt of the engagement of Captain I
inond P. Hebaon and myself."
Winter Tourist Rate*.
Great reduction In rates to all winter
resorts. Call on Minneapolis & St. Louis
agents.
Afternoon Train for Hnioblmon.
Train leaves Minneapolis for Hutchin
*on, via Great Northern Railw*-*- «.t 6;05
' d. m. daily except Sunday
WHERE HEREDITY DID NOT WORK.
Philadelphia Record.
Professor Galton's theory that the human
breed might be easily improved by the spe
cial training of the offspring of efficient per
sons is constantly receiving hard knocks
when one notes how uncertain is the descent
of efficiency in given cases. One of the Pull
man boys, for instance, is dead, and neither
he nor his brother ever exhibited any of the
*^^^^E °2SS£ ~ Observation Cafe Car
J. "^ifl Northwestern
THtTRAIN/ >^^\ A Leaves either end of the line after the
:inL Iff mil # *ra \ • "
tor \ozlmW \popular business day is over and arrives destina=
the, i^^^ 1 train tion at early bed time.
BUSY 1 '@3j£3h I WITH
Bt)SINBSV^3u/ ™E' CITY TICKET OFFICES.
MAN N^^^|^ LADIES* 4 13 Nicollet Ay., Minneapolis.
V ' XrSjffi;, 382 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.
DECEMBER 17, 1901.
parental traits. Perhaps if both boys had
been specially trained with high purposes in
view, they might have stood for more than
they did; but it is to be feared that any
selection of youths likely to possess sup
posed mental and moral and physical gifts
would be anything but successful, even were
the experiment practicable. There is niany
a slip between infancy and manhood, and
even training will not accomplish everything;
nor opportunity. <
BEGINNING EARLY.
Brooklyn Eagle.
Vermilye—l fear poor Dolittle is in
for a hen-pecked existence.
Brinkerhoff —You are jealous.
Vermilye—Hardly! He says the other
day. Miss Naggs told him she didn't
think that engaged people should have
any secrets from each other.

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