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.. J.'- "J - - ' - - ""** ETEmro.^^yrtv y "g^^THE MIHNEAPOUS, JQUBNAE. ^^^^^^?
Just the thing for Christmas The nearest approach to a genuine diamond ever discovered. They have all the luster, fire, colors and brilliancy of old mine gems and will stand acids, heat, alkali, etc. in fact, they can be washed and cleaned like ordinary diamonds, and so nearly do they resemble them that even experts have been deceived. Grea t Christma s Sale . ^SMST^: that seem to be worth from $50 to $750, and actually worth $10. Today and Tomorrow Flat .Belciiur JHU, - .*.... o.oiie, gentleman's solid gold filled flat Bel cher King. It is impossible.to detect this ring from one costing $250. The stone is cut the same as a genuine diamond, and we guarantee the brll lianoy to last forever. Mounting is guaranteed for 20 years' constant wearprice Ladies or Gent's -iCn Pin, stones are full of fire anil mount ing solid gold filled, opal center. Pin Is actually worth $10. To-morrow $3.50 $2.50 Geuweniaii . . u^vy Belcher KingWe are the first to make a ring of this character ia anything but solid gold. We guar antee mounting and stone for ten years. $1.50 Between Third and Fourth Streets. Open Evenings till 1 o'clock. Saturdays till 1 o'clock. 40 Sizes, 10c to 50c Each*-."*-""' A. SANTAELLA & CO., Makers, Tampa, Fta. Winston, Harper, Pi*hr & Co., Distributor* This Brooch is an exact dupli cate of one purchased from Tiffany & Co., of New York, for $340. You can place them side by side and no one oan detect the difference. WE GUARANTEE each and every stone to retain its brilliancy forever, and the mountings to give perfect satisfaction. We will give $10,000 to any char- itable institution if it can be shown that we ever .Aav refuse to replace a stone that does not give * * ''^-satisfaction. MONTANA DIAMONDS will stand acids, heat, alkali, etc., in fact, they can be washed and cleaned like ordinary diamonds, and so near do they resemble them that GOV- ERNMENT EXPERTS have .tV & Star u.. x4.o. A..-. v--"t ot one costing $375a very beautiful design the stones are set with as much cai*e as If they were the genuine. Mount ing Is solid gold filledboth stones and mounting are guaranteed for a lifetimeactually worth $10. Gentlemen's Shirt Stud Avery neat and plpular size if a genuine diamond It would cost you about $125 or $180. This an swers all purposes at one thirtieth of the price. $4.50 $1.50 $1.50 Star SunburstA burst of fire and brilliancy stones are set by hand the same as the genuine, exact duplicate of sunburst cost ing $375guaranteed for twenty years. $4.50 Our GuarantBe GOME AND SEE THEM MASI AHJIAM Promptly and carefully filled. Any article Illustrated will IHwli UlUUlS 5^sn MMmMMMMMBMH represepted-money will be refunded. Montana Diamon d Co. GOOD GEM AND WAFFLE RECIPE Two cups Falcon Self-Raising" Pancake Flour, one cup milk, two eggs, one table spoonful sugar, piece butter size of wal rut. Mix the ingredients thoroughly before adding the flour. Get Falcon Self-Rising Pancake flour at any grocer's. STORAGE Household qualed fecfilttes and lowest rate*. Making by experienced men. BflyiTransfer & Storage Co., 46 So.3t8L 312 NICOLLET AVE., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. TeUphoat Mala m b :afe JOURNAL WANTS BRING "BIZ' a tpeolalte. Un- I lowest r $1.5044.5 0 Horseshoe otick .Pin^- Either ladles' or gentle man's stones are full of Are and the mounting is solid gold filled. If gen uine this pin would cost $75. Actually worth $10. Exquisite Knot, lirooch, set with y. carat stone, impossible to detect from brooch costing $75. Our price Belcher Ring, mount ing Is handsome, and Is set with beautiful yt karat Montana D1 a m o n d, set the same as the genuine, and guaranteed to re tain Its brilliancy $1.50 $1.50 Cluster Ring for lady stones are full of fire mounting Is solid gold filled stones and mounting will wear a lifetime. $1.50 rency, with,, the .distinct understanding that If not as y .2 d( Beautiful sunburstOne mass of brilliancy: It genuine would cost, at the present price of dia monds, about $600. Ladies Marquise KingEach Stone set with the same care we would take if we were mounting diamonds. We can furnish the ring in any com bination of stones desired. The en tire ring is guaranteed for twenty years. . . . Screw Earrings Beautiful, brilliant, evenly matchei, stones either T or 2 karat in sizeset in gold filled Tiffany mountings. We guarantee these ear rings for five years' wear- seem to be worth $250our price, a pair, . $4.50 1 t $1.50 .50 $2.00 Vt karat Stone Set, in Scarf or Stick PinVery neat design if a genuine diamond it would cost you $30 no one can de tect the difference. $1.50 beemonedeceived. n je,s!.o t0 i? n/SPARKLE'.! e c1,p WILLIAM DONALDSON & CO., Glass Block Store, agents. * Journal want ads bring best-results. One cent a word. - "*.r^'it'fSj t / y order or cur NO POISON Haseverbeenfound intheenamelof Agate Nickel- Steel Ware* The BLUE LABEL, Protected by Decision of United States Court, pasted on every piece, PROVES rr. If substitutes are of- fered, write as. Hew Booklet 7*se. Agate Jf*eteU8teel trig Stores. CaUnte A wrejlaw Mte. Co.. gwr Tctk, 8011011,41110810. I N BOBBIN PLJC E % - i n ' - i - ' George LHMatchair Believed to Be Booked for Surveyor Gen- . - eralof Logs. F. G. Warner of t Paul Regarded as the "Comer" for the Oil ... Rumor says that there will be a change In the office of surveyor general ot-loga and lumber for the Minneapolis district next April,' when the two-year term of A. B. Robbing expires. The man bejieved to be slated for this position is George L.. Matchan, chairman of the republican county committee. Mr. Matchan has man aged two county campaigns, giving up his time for the work for practically six months on each occasion, and as far as party service goes, he has earned recog nition. It was thought that he would be rewarded two years ago, but in the dis tribution of the plums it was found there were not enough to go around, and Chair man Matchan was left out. The impres sion prevailed during the campaign that he was to succeed Fred Schiffman as state oil inspector, but Mr.: Matchan has not sent any delegations over to plead for that position. Under the new law it will only be worth $2,400 a year after Jan. 1, and is not particularly attractive to a man who has other business. The surveyor gen eralship is something realy worth while. It is believed to bring a net income of $5,000 to $8,000 a year. While no particu lar fault is found with the present incum bent, it is thought that the good thing will be passed around, and that Mr. Matchan is '.'next." St. Paul will probably get the oil in spectorship. At least St. Paul republicans are pr6ceeding on that assumption, and have four candidates for the placethe only ones in the field up to date. Fenton G. Warner, formerly chairman of the county committee, and candidate for the mayoralty nomination last spring W. R.- Johnson, retiring county auditor J* J. Leighton, another ex-mayoralty candi date, and C. J Nelson of the first ward, are in the race. Warner has the backing of the county committee and is believed to stand the best chance. A delegation of sixty waited on the governor yester day and made a strong plea. Judge Fine hout, one of the spokesmen, dwelt on the fact that Ramsey county republicans had made a winning fight this year against powerful influence, and were more enti tled to reward than they were two years ago. As far as present indications go, these are the only changes cdninig* - The heads of departments under the governor all have excellent records, and there are no candidates out agains| them. There seems to be no question of' tlffeir reappointment. - V HOME GROWN PINE SEED Secretary Andrews of the Forestry Board Thinks H^. Can Save - . Money. General C. C. Andrews, secretary of the state forestry board, is now at work upon a circular detailing the'correct method to collect and prepare-^-hite pine seed. The board desires to reforest certain denuded sections of the state and when General Andrews looked the matter up he dis 'eovered that seed, such as is required, has beertr imported from Germany and Den mark heretofore, at a cost of $5 a pound. This would make the project a very, ex pensft?e5 one and the general ableitp s6cur e the seed on this side Th e cones^tt&uTd be collected in December and then heated until they falfeftpart, allowing the seed to fall o\m Tge" operation is simple ancL^ays weC MARHIAOE LICENSES. Andrew T. Frykman and Ruth Elizabeth Skogsberg. --&*.. . ' lfev Krernes and (%a- M. Eyerson. * Earl W. Glen and Emma Guilford. Olaf Molstad and Anuie Anderson, both ojf La Crosse. Wis. ' *"' Bussel Wilford Coad, of Grand Forfcs, and Anna Heen. Charley Larson and,Sine Anderson., . -'' BIRTHS. AndersonMr. and Mrs. Jack, Glenwood Springs avenue, girl. PattenMr. and Mrs. N. B., 1012 Logan avenue N. girl. TorkelsonMr. and Mrs. Hans, Maternity hos-t Henrle^-3ir. and Mrs. William H., 618 Basset place, boy. HortenMr. and Mrs, Gust, 1514 Sixth street a, boy. :-.--. U GellenMr. and Mrs. Teodor. 1816 Washington avenue N, boy. .. _ . _ _ . SomeriburgMr. and - Mrs. Charles, 3224 Third street N, girL - " - - , - LeeMr. and Mrs. Thorwald, 1608 Forty^fourth avenue N, girl. . SkarinMr. and Mrs. Andrew, 325 Twenty fourth avenue N^ bey. JorgensonMartin, 1814 Johnson street NE, 56 years. FounderUbert, 46 years. HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Frank C. Nickels and'wife to Albert G. Larson and wife, lot 19, b&ck 2, Nickels & Smith's addition, *s00 -*. W. A. Barnes & Co. to Harold L. Hoskinson et al., lot 7, tion, $1,500. George E. Bell to Security I.atid and Invest ment company, lot 2. block 6, Pierce Street re arrangement, etc., $100. Charles E. Leaoh and wife to John Springer and wife, south orie-Ualf of lot 5. Warnock & Latori's subdivision, $1,300. Amelia, Hubbard and husband to Victor H. Wkoa lotl3, HoeK 54, Cathoun Park. ItOO. Delia G. Cox (administratrix) to Christina W. Anderberg, lots 25 and 26, block 1, Elliot's rear? rangement. $1,000. Mahala F. Pillsbury et al. to Charles Andersch, lot 1, block B, Ramsey. LocUwocd & Others' ad dition, $225. Susan K. Wilson to Andrew T. Casey, lot 7, F. H. Aldrlch's rearrangement, $400. James F. R. Foss 'to* Carl A. Carlson, lot 11, block 5, South Side addition, $300.. M. E. Allen to S. Rl Child, part ot lot 3, block 9, Bradford & Bassetfs addition, $1,500. P. C. Bell Investment company to Nels A. Ho len and wife, lot 11, block 24, Wilson's rear rangement, $200. D. C. Bell Investment company to Iver Jen son, lots 1 to 4, block 11, Palmer's addition, $225. Frank M. Crane to Sam Gustafson, lota 15 and 16, block 11, Rollins' second addition, $200. Lincoln D. Davis and wife to A. Korthof, lots 13 and 14, block 4 Lyndale Avenue addi tion, $4,000. ^ . T Charles S. Dever et al. to Charles J. Swanson, lot 5, block 3, First Division of Remington Park. $450. : Guv A. Torley and wife to Clinton E. Watson, lot 6,'block 4, rearrangement of lot 25, Audi tor's aubdivison No. 21, $0,000. . Frank M. Omne to Pter J. Kyvall, lots 23 tad 24, block 25. South Ride addition, $300. - s*w? Inspectorship. block. Two minor deeds, $7|. i .s-x' Total, 19 deeflB^lTffiTl. y p' .*.. ^:: ^ % ' BtlL^t !?ERiiiTs. - ?3 Fred D. Young,-23li ing. $5,000. ".v"!,-.'--*' '.-v Three minor permits,"$i 25i .-, Total, $6,225. - - Somethng New In Trains. The latest train added to the Chicago and twin city service is the North Star Limited of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad. It embodies aU: f the features of the older trains, and nuuiy new bnes. The buffet library car is the handsomest we "have yet seenin fact the appoint ments* of this beautiful train are superb. If one is going east it is the best train to take, for the reason that it connects in the handsome Illinois Central station with the famous "New York and Boston Special" over the Michigan Central, with an hour to spare Try the "North Star Limited." -4 A Cold Wave Is Coming. Go to California, warm and genial, reached beat over the most direct and shortest line, The Rock Island-El Paso Route, the" line .of lowest altitudes. The highest point enroute is several hundred feej lower than that of any other lino across the continent. ' Call at the "Rock Island " Ry. Ticket Office, 322 Nicollet av - enue, and ta|k it over. *~ ' * \ - Change?-.of rim,'-c R. I.*- & I*.-^j^fe?. Ry Jpommenolng Nov. win,4iByeTiiilwaukee 7:lb pTm.*mny, arriving "8:40 a. m. and 4:65 p. voj , n hopes.ito ^ li Parker & Jerman'a addi- Colfax avenue S, dwell- oAi- r '-'' .". .,- :' t 9: - - - and 30,Pot Rock Island trains de *-ra r?r gets the effect diluted and as part of its naturaNever l food-noiviolence-no danger-perfectlytelS^SSSS naturalTesults. No more sour curds in baby's stomach, no more wind colic, cramps, coupons OcT'^ T ^ ' i?/^ OOO. Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. SAM E TRAIN NEW ROUTE t ^^^^Mp^S^^W^^^t^^^^i^^i^^Mea^^i^^gK ll.iUrma.n^5on5j 318 and 320 Nicollet Av., Between Third and Fourth Streets OverProduction Sale Consisting of Melius, Boys' and Children's Winter Suits and Overcoats, made of the choicest fabrics, in the vety latest fashions and tailored most exquisitely. Winter Clothing at less than half price, A chance of a lifetime. Men's regular f9 and A P *- $10 Suits and Over- SSI I U Men's regular $12 and A V V* A $15 Suits and Over- ^ f illl coats, at ... . I F - "" Men's regular $16 and H A V P $18 Suits and Over- mil f A coats at.... ....... ^^p. ^n^ - ^o w Men's regular $20 4k M SfF and $22.50 Suits and S I A f 5ft Overcoats, at........ I F ITT - M W Boys' regular $3, $3.50 hkgk A A and $4 Suits and Over- J k M |U coats, at W^wtk^k^m^kw Boys' $5 and JfeA A A and.:!:-....$3.39 Siitregular HOLIDAY FURNISHINGS. Just received a full line of Holiday Novelties in Neckwear, Suspenders, Mufflers, House Coats, Smoking Jackets, Night Robes, Fancy Vests, Sweaters and Gloves, and a full stock of everything pertaining to a first class Furnishing Department. Look over our line before buying your Christmas presents. be 10,000,000 7 SS^lSr^?'"^ ** PutativenS ANNUAL SALE Greatest in the World A MILLION AMERICAN NURSING MOTHERS keep them- selves and their babies in splendid health with OASOARETS Oandy Cathartic. The wonderful thingrs OASOARETS do for mamas and their babies have become known through kind words of those who have tried them, and so the sale is now nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. Mama takes a CAS- OARET, baby The St. Iionis Express, the train that eyery St. Louis traveler knoVs now runs over the Rock Island from S . , Paul and Minneapolis to Albert Lea, Cedar Rapids and Burlington, thence to Keokuk, Quincy, Hannibal and St. Louis via the Burlington, The train is the same as ever-^best, by far, from the Twin Cities to the South. Omly difference is in the route from here to Albert Leaand that is just enough better to be noticeable. ,T^ Leaves Minneapolis (C. M. & St. P. "station) 7:10 p. m., St. Paul (Union station) 7:45 p.m., arrives St. Louis 2:10 p. m. next day. Day train leaves Minneapolis 9:10a. m., St. Paul 9:40 a. m. RockIsland! System 2 Dont use Sticky a Plasters ffets the benefit. The sweet, palatable tablet, eaten by the nursinjr mother F. W. CALDWELL, R. G. BROWN, City Passenger Agent, Gen. Northwestern Agt PEC^MBEE' 322 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. Liniment 1 " 1 * * 5,^1902., ,1^^^^^^^^ . 10c Voung Men's regular $8.50 and $9.50 Suits and Overcoats, at... , Yojung Men's regular $10 and $12.50 Suits and Overcoats, at ... . ' Young Men's regular $14 and $15 Suits and and Overcoats, at . Young Men's regular $16 and $18 Suits and Overcoats, at Boys' regular $4 and $4.50 Suits and Over coats, at , Boys' regular $5 and $6 Novelty Overcoats at , BOXES 25 60 * sold n bulk. Genuine S*wp3s"# SSpwlMKKp Clean Efficient [a Bottle SUBSTITUTION $5.45 $7.00 TheMLlUDoftheDt*. See yon get Carter's, Ask for Carter's, Insist and demand GfiRl'S Little Idver Fill* The only perfect TdTerFilL Take ne other. Even if Solicited to do so. Beware of imitations of Same Colo? Wrappers, When You Patronize. MERIOAN YMI noag MmpetHI 4 foster - IMM enterprtse, -'*[ PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE. $8.48 $12.00 $2.80 $3.39 87i r *-