ANOTHER LAM. G.
The Supreme Court Makes an Im
portant Decision Bearing on
A liquor Salesman Finds That It
Is Illegal to Give Away -
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Another 1901 law was knocked out by
the supreme court this morning, in de
tiding a case appealed from the St. Paul
municipal court. Julius Cabanne se
cured a judgment against WiUiam Gi-af
through the latter's St. Paul agent,
without attaching any of his property.
This was under the provisions of chapter
278 of the 1901 laws. On an appeal, the
court holds this law to be in conflict with
the doctrine of property rights as laid
down in the federal constitution. The
defendant was entitled to personal service
before a judgment could be secured
against him, unless judgment was en
forced on his property by process of law.
The syllabus says:.
Julius Cabanne, respondent, v. William Graf.
appellant. So,much of Laws 1001. chapter. 278. as pro
vides for the service of the summons In a per
sonal action against a natural person who Is a
citizen of another state, but carries on business
In this state, on his agent in charge of the busi
ness, without a seizure of his property by the
process of the court, Is unconstitutional.
Order reversed. Start, G. J.
Must Not Give It Away.
Henry Krebs, a salesman for a St. Paul
Uquor house, gave a drink of liquor to
Mike Fiedler of Perham, to induce him to
buy some whisky. . The village marshal
arrested Krebe and was fined, but got
a writ of habeas corpus. -The supreme
court holds that although Kiebs" employ
ers had a license, that did not give him
the right to give away liquor in all parts
of the state as an inducement to trade.
He is held to the grand jury. The syl
State ex rel. Henry Krebe. relator, TS. Frank
Jones, village marshal of Perham, respondent.
" "ere the trevallng agent of a licensed retail
liquor dealer, traveling through the country so
liciting customers to be supplied at the home
*lac makes a gift of a quantity of whisky to
e there consumed by a prospective purchaser,
such act is in violation of section 2020. General
bUtutes 1894, which prohibits the giving away
of intoxicating liquors without a license.
Relator remanded. Lovely, J.
Contract Included Insurance.
Earl D W.Beardsley must stand a fine
for soliciting unauthorized insurance. He
wag agent in St. Paul for a home build
ing association, which had in its contract
a clause giving certain benefits in case of
death. He was prosecuted by the insur
ance commissioner, and fined $50, but ap
pealed. The syllabus says:
fctate of Minnesota, respondent, vs. Earl D
certain contract construed. and held.
round In GenerabalLawsB 1895, chapter 175.
?-I i J*C,h
tnat9,lysuch a contractU does not on Its face ex-
^wacter of suchta contract
0 Performe d under I cannot be
within the definitions
M .- - or absence o
^ntracfc "self I t I s immateriaf l
court below should have ordered-judgment for.
the defendant,, the fee owner of the land in
controversy, notwithstanding the verdict of the
Jury, In.effect, that plalriflff and his grantors
had been -in adverse possession for more than
nrteen years prior to the commencement of this
Order reversed. _Collins, 3.
Peter M. Lauritsen is secured in a ver
dict of $1,066 against the American Bridge
company, for tho negligence of the com
pany's employes in not providing a safe
scaffolding. It was being used for work
on the Electric Steel Elevator company's
building in Minneapolis, but the ropes
were loosened and Lauritsen fell. The
I'eter M. Lauritsen, respondent, vs. American
Bridge company, appellant.
FirstWhere the owner of a movable scaf
fold erected for the use of its employes in a
building of a third party, permits the same
to be used by others, snch owner may not
actively Interfere with or change its structural
conditions so as to endanger the safety of
one who is occupying lt by Its permission.
SecondThe duty imposed upon the owner
of such structure to a person permitted and
licensed to use the same is properly defined
as ordinary care, and should be commensurate
with the risk of the situation, or such rare
as persons of ordinary prudence would dlsplav
to others under the same or similar circum
ThirdEvidence in this case considered and
lield that it was. a question of fact for the
Jury to determine whether an owner of a scaf
fold permitting employes of another to use the
same for their own necessary and convenient
mrposes had been guilty of negligence in
the rotes by means of which It ^as
suspended whereby a licensee thereon fell and
was Injured. Order affirmed. :Lovely, J.
Gets a Large Verdict.
TVm. Chittick, a Soo brakeman injured
In coupling cars in the Minneapolis yards,
secures a verdict of $6,750. which is sus
tained by the supreme court. Negligence
was proved against the railroad company,
consisting of leaving a pile of cinders and
ashes on the track, causing Chittick to
stumble and fall, losing his hand. The
verdict was secured in Ramsey county.
The syllabus: -
William Chittick. respondent, vs. Minneapolis
St. Paul & Sanlt Ste. Marie Railway Company!
Ijt this action, to recover damages for the
loss of his hand sustained by the plnlntiT In
a ftempting to adjust the coupler on a moving
car. it is held, that the evidence is sufficient
to tustain the fluding of the jury to the effect
that the defendant was guilty of negligence In
the.preralses and that the plaintiff was not. Or
der "-affirmed. Start, r. J.
Other decisions were handed down to
day as follows:
Cl.iv County Land Company, plaintiff, vs. Henry
C. Alcox et al., defendants, and Henry C.
nap'Jer 175. supra, and, -with tbelrtrial aeents must
jomply with the law requirintg them to procure
licenses to transact
-n^Tn !r5 l-.T'JV*8
ere d and disposed of.
Judgment affirmed. Collins, J.
R. Sage Gets a Farm.
Russell Sage wins back one eighty-acre
tract, in Swift county, in a case in which
the lower court is reversed. The plaintiff,
a settler, claimed adverse possession, but
the supreme court holds that he did not
claim the tract in question, and ditd not
establish adverse possession. Thel sylla
Good dependable qual
ities in Shoes, Arctics
and Rubbers. Keep the
children's feet warm
' and dry.
307 Nicollet Ave.
n Purview of
lnnnt of error in refer -
respondent , vs . Russel Sage ,
s nel d tha the
and Many Other
Bargains for Saturday.
Eight Loaves of
the Best Bread
Bay it all at once or buy tickets and get
the bread when you like.
White bread, graham broad, rye, whole
wheat or Boston brown.
RAISED DOUOHMJTS, per
dozea SCOTCH SHORT BREAD, '
each 1CBD SPONQB DROPS, per
dozen....' &UOAR COOKIBS, per
MINCB MBAT~Mnle it ourselves -]~
and know lt Is good. Per pound ' *"
HO ME-MADE PIBS Big. thick #?,,
home-made pies, all kinds, each.. ***
. MAPLB CREAM CANDY, per 1"%n
CHOCOLATE DIPPED CARA- iQ~
MBLS. perpound fOC
NUT TOP BON BONS, per 1Q-
The goods which we sell at cut prices
are the same kind and same quality as
though sold at regular prices.
Turkey Dinner... ^CV-r
We serve a Turkey Dinner *J^
Taylor's Bakery and
Lunch Room &?.
T. C. Phone 2500.
Ready for Christmas
624 Nicollet Ave.
Latest Golf, Windsor,
Brighten styles Fur, Plush,
Kersey, Corduroy, etc.,
15c to $1.50.
The Plymouth Clothing House
Plymouth Corner, Sixth and Nicollet, g
Aloox, respondent, vs. Samuel A. Hoyt, appel
FirstSection .".ITS, general statutes 1894, as
amended by laws of 1S95. chapter 20, relating
to bringing In of additional parties plaintiff or
defendant, contitrtic-r-d and held, that the court
Is only authorized to make Its order bringing In
such parties when it is necessary to do so In or
der to secure a full determination of the contro
versy between the original parties, tendered
by the complaint, answer or counterclaim.
SecondHeld further, that the trial court,,
ered in making its order that the appellant be
made a party plaintiff to this action and reply
to the defendants' answer.
Judgment reversed. Start, C. J.
State of Minnesota ex rel. AY. I'.. Douglas, at
torney general, respondent, vs. Charles Grabar
Certain provisions of the charter of the city
of Owntonrm considered and held, that nn ordi
nance providing for the appointment of night po
licemen by the mayor subject- to the approval of
the common council is vuliti:
Order affirmed. Start, C. J. -
Otter Tall County.
Andrew JumisUa. respondent, vs. Arthur C. An
drews and James R. Oage. as copurtners as
Andrews & Gagp. appellants.
FirstWhere a party conies into the possession
of personal property of a third person by pur
chase.in god faith and without notice of any de
fect in ihe title, he is entitled before action -is
commenced for its recovery to notice and demand
SecondFacts in this case considered and
held that the evidence so signally fails to estab
lish or. alleged fraud in securing the execution
of a chattel mortgage or of a demand upon
the Innocent purchaser at the foreclosure sale as
to require an order of judgment for the de
Judgment" reversed.-" Lovely, J.
Mankato Municipal Court.
George W. Goodell, respondent, vs. E. '. Hoqtpn,
1. A fact may be established by secondary
or incompetent evidence, if material, when it'is
received without objection.,
2. Payment by check- is not absolute, but
conditional, unless expressly so agreed, "but wlfere
a creditor receives a check and agrees'to ^credit
the amount thereof the burden Is on him toisliow
that the check was returned, or that it was not
paid on due presentment.
3. The evidence herein as to a payment by
check was sufficent to take the question to the
Jury, and lt was error for the court to with
draw it from them.
New trial granted conditionally.
Start. C. J.
Minneapolis Municipal Court.
C. H. Swindells, respondent, vs. Joseph W. Du-
. pondt et al.. defendants, Joseph W. Dupont
et al., appellants. -
In an action to recover an amount alleged to
have been agreed upon as . a commission for
making a sale of personal property, It Is held,
that certain specifications of error alleged -io
have occurred at the trial are without merit.
- Order affirmed.
Wilcov Lumber Company, appellant, vs. William
Held, upon an examination of the pleading!}
in thlse case and the proofs at the trial, that
there was no material or prejudicial variance be
tween the allegations in the complaint and the
pi oofs. /
Order revetsed. - .'.*.
Collins, Ji -
When you use Journal .Want Ads only
1 cent a word under any heading. Noth
ing less than 20 cents*. .
Clay County. . - ,
You Make No Mistake
l ' , _ '
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Cuff Buttons -^th solid gold
buttons, all sizes, for ladies and
gents, hand engraved, set with
real opals or white brilliants,
value $2.00, bat- A 4 A|
urday.,. ... %J I - dm 9
Baby RingsSolid gold, extra
heavy, set with pearls or gar
nets, also plain band or RAtf*
chased, $1 quality at OmfC
Lockets--Jeweled Watch Lock
ets, invisible joints,watch crown
spring top, best rolled plate,
watch size, $2.00 val- Oft**
ue, choice vOv
Ebonoid sterling mounted mili
tary brushes and comb set, also
ladies' silver hair brush and
comb, handsome de- fJ"
signs i O G
Shaving SetBeautiful quadru
ple silver plate mug, large size,
with silver handle, badger hair
brush,in satin lin-^J 4 Qtf|
ed morocco case ^ 9 I avO
Sterling Silver Toilet Articles
New goods just opened, entirely
new handles, every desirable
article for the toilet, |A
Linens, White Goods
40-i nch Lawnvery suitable
for Christmas aprons, Q^%
regular 12c yard.....". mf U
Handkerchiefs, Linen36 in.
wide, warm ted all JB Jfi * *
pure linen, w'th 60c ydTT^C
Table Linen72 inches wide,
all pure linen, choice designs,
former price 85c AA
The grandest line of fine Pillow
Ribbons, Dolly Varden Velvet,
Wash Ribbons" and Satin Rib
bons for Xmas Fancy Work at
SpecialFine High Class Ill
uminated Fancy Hair Line
Striped Taffeta Silk Ribbon 5
inches wide, good col
ors, value 50, sale yd..
$1.00 Knee Pante, sizes 3 to J|A
$6.00 Reefers in frieze and chinchilla,
sizes 6 to 16- years. The - ^ kQ
best eye* at., , . . q**3m*O.
$10.00 and $12.50 Suits and Overcoats,
sizes 13 to 20 years, made in the latest
styles and by one of the country's
best manufacturers. . fl^^y iffcA'
Union made sheepskin lined Can- '
vas Coats at $6.00 m n A A
and ..... .... .^OaSf O
Flannels and Bedding
Imported French FlannelGenuine
imported French Flannel (G-ros Romain
and Cie) strictly all fine wool, wide,
range of latest swellest styles and
colorings everywhere 75c and 90c a
yard. Extra special for one J!A
day _ 45JC
BlanketsLarge 11-4 gray and brown
mixture Blankets, extra heavy, soft,
fleecy and warm worth ^"fl A B
$1.69 a pair, one day.... 9 IIAIV
ComfortersPretty Silkoline covers
filling, best white, hand carded cotton:
zephyr knotted, very soft and fluffy.
Worth $1.75 each, Sat- ^f A h
urday. ^ P - - V0
Why wait? Sometime you may need
glasses very much and not be where you
can get one of our gold-filled frames
and fine periscopic lenses as
Fleece BacJ Novelties100 pieces latest
styles^ new weavesbeautiful designs
made to sell 12c and 15c yd., Alj^
Saturday special....... .. O2C
% Books and Stationery
Imperial Series, 16 mos., gilt top and
handsome floral designs on good, cloth
cover all good titles, such as iPaust,
Black Rock, Lalla Rookh. These were
made to retail at foe. Sale, AB
each.... . .iSuC
Fine Stationery, in fancy boxes, Christ
mas Cards, Calendars, Paper Weights,
.Photo Frames, Fountain and Gold
'Pens, all at lowest prices.
I Gloves and Mittens
: Buy a New Store GlCve Bondsave time and
worry about size and color. Redeemable at
par before or after Christmas.
Fine quality silk lined Suede, Mocha Gloves
in black, mode or grey should- fe 4 A A
be $1.50, sale, pair 9 1 - W
Best values in Golf GIove3 for men, women,
boys and girls right here. Horsehide, buck
skin and other heavy warm winter goods for
men and boy*?, all at lowest prices.
Lyon's Tooth Pow
3 bottle set, iu ein:
bossed box, AJ
worth 35e..' dm ? '
16 years. Special. . . 4llG
$1.00 Flannel Blouses, sizes Etfl**
8 to 14 years. Special...... uUC
$6.00 Knee Pant Suitscoat, vest and
pants to match, sizes 8 (0 O R
to 16 years. Special yViejiU
$5.00 and $6.00 Russian and Automobile
Overcoats, sizes 3 to 6 fi^O ftfeftfe
years at $3.98 and..... 9-BPO
Fancy Shaving Mugs'
dainty floral de
signs, worth 35c and
40c. Satur- AK^. n
day..'...:-:. ^.OC MINNEAPOLIS
A W FILIi OF CHANCES ^
goods you'd not expect to save on, as well as those you
woujdr^ttie wanted kinds, else they'd not be here.
EVANS, MUNZER, PICKERING & GO,
Stupenduous Aggregation of Footwear.
That was sold under the Sheriff's hammer, and bid in by us at 33J on the dollar.
The following will tell you the rest. (No lingering around to be waited upon.)
(There will be 31 extra salesmen to serve you.)
Women's best quality Storm
Overshoes, - all sizes, &>WT *%
all toes........:...OO G
Women's 3-buckle Overshoes,
while they last, ..,-- Jfi g\^
only........ ./.v.! '!-5JC
Women's Vici Kid Shoes, pat
ent tips, light or heavy soles
A Women's high' cloth Leggins,
knee length, worth ii.QflA
at.. . . 05f U
Women's Buckle and Storm
Overshoes while they i A A ^
last..., ............ tfPU
Women's $4 and~$p Shoes, good
new styles, & 0 ^Ifl
all sizes.,.... . :*. H**-- *PP-
Women's fine Vici, Kid Shoes
worth to $5.00.
The Entire Butler, Pierce & Go. immfense Shoe Stock |
Men's,Boys'.Childpen's Ha l Dtp
Never in the History of Sales in this Store of Stores
has the Knife Cut Prices Deeper. NOW OR NEVER!
Over 1,000 men's and boys' stiff and soft
hats made to Sell for $3,
Closing Out, Price .....',.
Over 500 niejdivs
soft hats, made to sell for
$2.50* Closing Out Price
Over 200 men's and boys' fine stiff and
soft hats, made to sett forj^ A A A
'M, (Closing Qut.Prifc !^^|P*||f 1J|
Over 500 men's travefiri^ cap, made to
sell for $1, $1.50, Closing Out
PHce. . '.'-:'."J.'.-. . v. .. i.'. ...
CLOAKS AN D FURS
Saturday's Opportunities in Cloaks and Furs, is the
result of a Fortunate Deal. Take Advantage of It*
Ladies' Near Seal Jackets, in Eton or
24-in. eflFect made of whole skins lined
throughout with Skinner's satin worth
$50.00 each, at'
Ladies you pay $125 for,
at. . . . ., .. . . .- -. . . :'.
Ladies' Isabella Fox
Boas, worth $9.50...
Handk'fs and Mufflers
The grandest line of fine embroidered,
lace edge, initial and plain linen hand
kerchiefs ever brought to this section in
one department. Right styles and low
est prices on every handkerchief.
SpecialMen's genuine Irish linen un-
- laundered initial handkerchiefs, good
Value at 20c also ladies' sheer Irish
linen initial handkerchiefs, very fine,
worth 20c choice, sale, per "9 JCLg%
htflf dozen - O w
Persian Lamb Coats, the
DRESSING SACQUES AND KIMONAS
One Hundred Dozen at a price to you on Saturday. Fine Wool Eiderdown and
Flannelall colors and sizes, .latest two great lots: .
LOT 1Wprth: to $1.25
Children's Cloak Sale
300 English Covert Cloth and fine wool
Eiderdownail colors, fur and braid
trimmedworth to $5.00
Choice $2.98,$1.98 and
Good hemstitched lawn handkerchiefs,
fancy revere effect, inside hem, 4 Q A
5c quality sale, per half doz... - v W
Pure Silk Mufflers, heavy quality,30xB0,
in black and red, Rob Roy and " f %Zg%
other designs, value $1.50.... Illy'
Great Yarn Sale:
500 lbs. Fleisher's Utopia and Home
stead, Germantown, Shetland Of*
Floss & Angora, full skfeins & ballsOO
Ladies' pure silk Umbrellas in navy, brown,
red or green. $2 quality, feil C A
sale, each ..-.' , W liuU
and boys' fine stiff and
Children's Storm Overshoes,
sizes 4 to 10, and 11 0."7*v
to 2, at O i%M
Misses' and Children's high
2. Buckle Overshoes, ^K**
$1.50 kind fuG
Misses' and Children's School
Shoes, 11 to 2,at98c TO.**
And 8$:to 11 at...... I 9 U
Children's Kid Shoes that sold
at $1.25, sizes to 11,
spring heel High
Overshoes Women's Felt Shoes and Fel
Romeos, $1.50 kind,
Decided to Close Out for Good Our
$32,50 $57.5kind 0
r V Manufacturers' Clearing Sale. V- 'H^
Best In the World.
'ue tjaggntoap. **.&.**& ^.ttaJ. ..iaa
Over 200 men's and boys'fine stiff and
soft hats, made to sell for $2, AA^^
Closing Out Price ........... O5f C
500 men's and boys' Winter 4A~t
caps, 38c and . . | O C
Boys'and children's stocking caps and
tarns, made to sell fori$l, 75c and -50c,
Closing Out Sale, 6c, 48c, 38c
and.............. 500 children's spriitg and summer tarns
and canvas hats, made to sell as high
as $1, Closing Out *iO^%
300 Ladies' and Misses' Monte Carlo
and three-fourth length Coats, made of
the finest goods this country produces,
worth to $87.50, at |1* 4 A R A
$20.00, $15.00 and..
Ladies' 24-in. All-Wool
worth to $10.00,
Children's fine sample Coats, sizes 4 to
10 years, in velvet and cloths, worth
to $30, at less than half their real value.
LOT 2Worth to $2.00
50 doz. moreens, "Am I" silk and mer
cerized silk Italian cloth, deep plaited
flounce ruffles and ruche AQ
worth to $2.98$1.98 and...'. 5 f O C
Extra Specials for Saturday100 dozen
genuine stamped P. D., R. & Gh, J. B.,
C. B., Ot. D., Nemo and American Lady
-latest French bias gore.straight fronts
and girdles, all colors, worth QO
to $400choice f Ot#
20 dozen five-hook' Corsets for small
women.sizes 18, 19^20and 21 Of? k
worth $1.50to close-..... mm\%3%j
GownsBest outing flannel and muslins
fine lace and embroidery (Mffef*
trimmed, worth to $2, choice vOv
Boys' best quality
Moose Moccasins at
Boys' Buckle Overshoes,.mixed
lot, while they last,
only Boys' Canvas Leggins.
ar lace or buckle. A A -.
Ae t o9C
Boys' $4.00 Sample Shoes, box
calf or enamel, rf^ 4 A A
Pair....... *P Mmmmty.
Men's best quality Storm Over
shoes, every size -
per pair '.... * ^PC
Men's one - buckle Overshoes,
good makes at, per
pair, only.. ..,
Men's two - buckle Overshoes,
every size, at
only, per pair.. ..
Sale of Sample Ruffs from America's
best maker, only one of a kind, fine
black liberty silk also black and white
effects, bought at our own price. We
sell them to you at maker's cost.
SpecialsWindsor Ties, worth tffc g^
to 25c,. each.. 5Plap
Novelty Neckwepr, worth to
$1:00, each...-...-. W.. .-....
Liberty Silk Squares, worth
to $1.50, each
Splendid values in latest ready-to- B" A
wear veils. Each... .98c, 75c and OmfC.
New Veilings I I
' - .IK ' .
"Men's Furnishings '% -
Make your Christmas selections
now, i you want a nice Tie,
Silk Suspenders,. Shirts or
Pajamas, as the stocks are
large and the prices are right.
For Instance i -'...* -. ,
Men's Silk Ties, in fancy laced
trimmed boxes, all the latest
styles, at this sale, ABA
50c, 35c and... . . .fcul*
Men*s fine English web and
Silk Suspenders, in OfSf*
fancy boxes, 75c, 50c, .iiHl
Men's plain white or fancy per
cale Dress Shirts, in fifty styles
all new at $1.00, JS Q A
75c and. .. .*t
Men's and Boys' Pajamas, all
the latest novelties, A , Q,^
at $1.50, 98c and IPSftj
Men's Combination Suits,
natural wool plated, A A g
worth $1.25, at UfU
boxes, lb ..*W
A large and very fine assort^ -:
ment of Creams, at, lb........
Children's & Infants' Opt.
Camel's hair tarns, toquejs^ silk, hoods,
Shetland umbrella shawls and fascina
tors, leggings,- dresses and sacques.
Three big lots worth to $2.00 ftB*.
choice 98c, 49c and.^..^Ow
1,1 1 '
Hosiery and Underwear
Ladies' fine all wool seamless
fast black Hose, Ql*^
Infant's fine cashmere wool
Hose with the silk heel and toe,
all colors and black, 46^
worth 25c........... *****
Ladies', heavy fleeced cotton
Vests and Pants, the 4 Of*
35c quality - 5F \ M
Children's natural wool Vests,
Pants and Drawers, '^fco
for size 16.... ISPw
Rise 5c size.
Ball and socket fasteners, black
or silver, worth 10c, XStf*
at............. O W
Ladies' hose supporters, all
styles, in fancy glass ORf%
top boxes, at 50c and BPw
Saturday is our Bargain Day in Cameras.
We can truthfully say we have the larg
est and best line of Cameras in the city
all 1903 models, r
.Korona VII, 4x5,
long focus, price
Bargain... Developing and finishing for Amateurs.
Drapery Department ,Jr
65c 55c45c 35c 25ciISc
/Itfow Cord and TasselsThree yards
4K*d and tasseis--to match all
goods Buy a fine rug for Christmas,
10-6x12 x!2 8-3x10-6 6x9
$20 $17.50 $13.50 $9
Kiz Kelims for couches and drape
ries. Value to 845. ..825, 820, 818,
Our regular 60c lb.
Candy in J[A
t%*^.^mam *L^l Wash Bollera,
D8SBIIIBIIT wullllll worth $1.7&&
$2 spel., N0.8 $1.29, No.9$ 1.39.
Carving Set, best En
Klish razor steel, back
horn handle, worth'''
$2.60 set,' 3 Afl i n
pieces, o^ly. O|
v \ only,set....
\ \ Skates
^f Complete stock of
Barney & Berry and U. S.
Lock Lever Club Skates prices from 60c to $2.50.
' Waste Paper Baskets, large size, ma
of.heavy wire cheap at 66c.
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, set
of 3 Irons, stand Sn.
and handle, only.. UVC
Mrs. Potts' Nickel Plated
Sad Irons, worth In.
Si.oo, only, set... lfC
Games and Game. Boards, ele
gant variety. lOtiamefl. A A
Boards, worth $2.50..... #!- f Q
Crown Combination Boards, plav-
lag65 games special tyA n o
I only a90
I Ping Pong or Table Tennis Sets!
ranging in price from O C T B
See -our Leader Table Tennis, worth $1.50,
Buy your Christmas "Music
now. 2,000 copies of 50c 4 Kf*
music, Saturday, copy.. J-UU
Something to bear in mind-we are
closing out our entire stock of Trimmed
Hats, and daily opportunities are pre
sented which "will not pass this way
again." For example:
A line of $5.00 values go ti& 4 J g Q
Saturday at $2.49 and M l l***^
About 55 handsome French patterns
leftthey go at LESS THAN COST.
Premo, triple focus,
-Silk floss, sweet and olean
22-in., 20-in., 18-in. 16-in..
Wilto n Rugs
Grand stock, all sizes.
Our a box.. ^.'....
Canrlng .set, 3 plecss, with silver
on handle^ cheap at ^4.00,
$ 19a9 O
Poco or Korona poc
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