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Holiday
that WW Be Useful.
Xmas Slippers, Xmas Shoes
Knoblauch's
517 Nicollet Av., Syndicate Block.
Useful Xmas Gifts.
Men's tan and black Romeos,
hand sewed
soles Men's tan and
Slippers, hand
sewed soles
KEEP FOUL STRIKE RULE
OTHING
adds so much
to
the safety, com
fort and healthfull
ness of a Winter as a
GORDON FUR
Garment.
The reputation of
GORDON FURS
has not been easily
won,years of care
ful manufacture are
behind it,experi
ence that's worth
something to you.
Minneapolis:
S15-S25 Nipollet Ave.
St. Paid:..
Seventh and Robert Sts
WEDNESDAY EVENING,
G)//^
Useful Xmas Gifts.
$2.00
Boys' and youths* Xmas Slip
pers, high and
low cut, $1 to...
black opera
$1.50
^ers:.rr.:.$i.oo Men's tan and black opera
tt*w CORRUGATED ,-.
esthetic. SUCTION PLATES
' . jf^_ made and owned only by us and are composed
of the best materials only, and fit perfectly.
N VriOXAJi liEAGUE MAGNATES
WILIi OPPO SE ANY MOVE TO
ABOLISH THE LAW.
New York, Dec. 9.At the first
session of the annual winter meeting1
of the National League and American
Asociation of Professional Baseball
clubs Harry G. Pulliam was unani
mously re-elected president for the
ensuing year.
The league ratified the agreement
between the leagues signed in Cin
cinnati last summer, which took the
place of the peace agreement that was
arranged between the National league
and the American league and which
the major and minor leagues worked
wnder during the past season.
The resolution adopted at the ses
sion of the league on March 4 last,
vesting in the president full and ab-
Dr. C. L. Sargent
solute power to maintain discipline
on the ball field, and giving him full
power to suspend or fine any player
who should be guilty of disorderly
conduct, was reaffirmed and ordered
placed in the by-laws of the league.
The committee on constitution was
instructed to make the necessary
change in the constitution so that it
will conform with the new national
agreement, and a motion was adopted
to change the name of the league
from the National League and Ameri
can Association of Baseball clubs to
the National League of Professional
Baseball clubs. The board decided to
stand by the foul strike rule, and the
committee on rules will be instructed
to vote against any attempt on the
part of the committee on rules of
the American,league, when the com
mittees meet, to ma ke rules for play
ers to rescind the rule.
"While it is not likely that the play
ing rules will be touched upon until
the spring meeting, several questions
relating to the relations of the Na
tional league to the American league
will be talked over. One of the most
important of these relates to the ex
change of players between the two
major organizations. Under the pres
ent arrangements clubs cannot ex
change players without notifying all
other clubs. To the National league
magnates this appears to be unfair,
for it blocks any attempt that a club
might have in trying to strengthen
itself. Most of the magnates think
they have a remedy for the evil, and
the question is bound to bring out
considerable discussion, *
After a lively discussion of the con
dition of affairs of the Three-I league
at the annual meeting at Chicago
managers of the various teams de
cided that no new teams will be taken
into the league next season, nor will
any of the old teams be dropped.
Manager Oantillon of the Milwau
kee American association baseball
team has signed Percy Buckwalter,
catcher, and William K. Hoster,
shortstop, for next season. Buckwal
ter played with Leavenworth and
Fort Scott and Hoster is from the
New Yoi'k state league. -
A live bird shoot will be held Sunday
morning at the Intercity Shooting park
which will be participated in by about fif
teen or twenty sportsmen. The shoot is in
charge of A. E. Perry, secretary and trea-'s-
urer of the St. Paul Rod and Gun club,
who has sent out letters Inviting a num
ber o the local sportsmen to join the
shoot. Seven hundred birds will be avail
able.
Smart "Weed and Balladonna, com
bined with the other ingredients used
in the best porous plasters, make Car
ter's S. W. & B. Backache Plasters the
best in the market. Price 25 cents.
MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
Fur Band Caps,
More sold than all other kinds com
bined. . Of practical dressy goodness. '
Men's Caps up to $1.50
Boys' Caps tip to $1.00 .
)-
Sfc&S
" ^-""Wl -"'-*'-
"-"PS
$1.50
Ladies' fine fur trimmed car
riage boots, swellest in the
city,
at
fciicai in m o
$4.00
Ladies' fancy
fur trimmed,
$1.50 to
satin Romeo,
$2.50
Ladies' fancy house and bath
Slippers, in the & f ^/l
new colors, $1 to J | iJr 1/
Misses' and children's Xmas
slippers,
per pair, 50c to, $1.50
=/- ^ I''
Per Set.
LADY ATTENDANT.
Syndicate Block, 520$ Nicollet* A v
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
TEAM WILL GO :
TO CALIFORNIA
MINNESOTA DECIDES POSITIVELY
TO TAKE TRIP TO COAST.
New Shoe
House,
Eleven Will Meet Football Men of
California in San Francisco on New
Year's DayPractice for the Con
test Wrill
NO GAME WITH PRINCET ON
Harvard Bulletin Says 'Twould Make
Schedule Too Heavy.
New York Sun Special Service.
Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 9.-Since the
close of the football season there has
been considerable talk going on in
Cambridge about Harvard's trying to
arrange a game With Princeton for
next fall to take the
CURTIS WILL RETURX
1
Wisconsin Will Have a Pure Graduate
Coach System.
-Madison,- "Wis., Dec. 9.Coach
Arthur Curtis has signified his will
ingness to lead the "Wisconsin football
team next fall as head coach 'in a
graduate system of coaching, and the
only question" which is now unsettled
is the question of assistant coaches
At the present time it seems safe to
assume that the athletic board com
mittee will recommend the adoption of
a clean graduate system, with probably
two assistants to help Curtis. Such
being the case, Charles McCarthy will
not be recommended again. Already
mentioned as possible candidates are
Fogg, Abbott, Juneau, Driver Lewis
and Cochems. '...-.
. VERMILLION CLAIMS TITLE *
V. S. D. Players Say They Are Entitled
to Championship.
Special to The Journal.
' "Vermillion, S. D., Dec. 9.-There is
some .little'-'discussion-going the rounds
as to the champion football eleven of
South Dakota for the past. season,
"iankton college students claim the
championship, but there is no doubt
in the minds of the majoritv that the
players of the state university have
won that honor. The championship
is easily determined when it is known
that Huron defeated Brookings Yank
ton defeated Huron Yankton defeated
Mitchell Morningside college of Sioux
City . defeated .Yankton, and the U. S.
D. team won from Morningside by a
.decisive score of 23 to 0, with nine
minutes of play left when time was
called on account of darkness. Yank
ton and Brookings canceled dates with
the U.. S.. D. .-.Neither, can be counted
in the coyote's class this year. J'"-
Michigan on the gridiron next fall at
St, Louis. When seen in regard to the
matter, Assistant Manager Coughlan
said that as far as he knew Princeton
had no intention of scheduling a game
with aptiy western eleven next fall.
Be Begun at OnceBasket
Ball Schedule.
It is now certain that the Minnesota
football team will play California in
San Francisco New Year's Day. The
board of control yesterday granted
permission for the trip, provided Pres
ident Northrop and Dr. "Williams
would consent. Both have already
signified their willingness to have the
men take the trip. This puts the mat
ter up to the men, and as all of them
are anxious to go to the coast, the
matter may be considered settled. It
is not yet certain whether Diy Wil
liams can spare the time for the
journey, but in case he does not go,
Assistant Coach Dobie will accompany
the men. Twenty men will make the
trip, the California management guar
anteeing the expenses of a squad of
this size for a stay of not to exceed
ten days in San Francisco.
Practice in the armory in prepara
tion for the game will be started, at
once. The men are all in good phys
ical condition, and comparatively easy
work will keep them in trim during
the rest of the month. Minnesota
feels confident of winning the game,
as previous games between middle
western and Pacific coast teams in
dicate that the Californians are not
as far advanced in football as the best
of the big nine elevens.
The board of control has granted
permission to have a part of Northrop
field ffooded for a hockey rink. Prac
tice will begin as soon as the weather
permits.
The athletic association has at pres
ent a surplus of $9,000, but after all
bills are paid only about $2,000 will
be left. The Chicago Central T. M.
C. A. has asked for a basketball game
with the Minnesota five, and this may
be arranged if an eastern trip is taken.
The Chicago T. M. C. A. has one of the
strongest quints in the country. Games
with' the Sioux City Y. M. C. A. and
the Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin
university teams are also contem
plated. .
$io
. T~ .. ... -" " 'V
BANQUET FOR TEAM ? !
Annual Football Dinner at West' Ho-
, tej Saturday, Night, i
The ..annual. complimentary football
banquet-to the Minesota team will be
held Sunday night at the West'ho
tel. The sale of tfekets Ifas been large
and a good-attendance is assured. A
number of prominent men will make
addresses, among them' Governor Van
Sant, President Northrop of the uni
versity, Judge Collins of St. Paul and
Mayor Haynes of Minneapolis.
WON'T PLAY MICHIGAN
Princeton Has No Intention of Ar
ranging a Western Game.
New Yozk Sun Special Service.
Princeton, N. J., Dec. 9.Consider
able interest has beer aroused here
by the report which ap-peared in a
New York paper recently that Prince
ton would meet the -University of I Minn. ** -. Gracevllle Thrown Out.
Wheaton, Minn., Dec. 9.By the ruling
of the Minnesota Interscholastic Athletic
league the record of the Graceville High
school football team has been thrown out
because Jt is alleged the team played an
outsider-all season by-the name of Hugh
Cinway.
Wheaton High has been given ilrst place
in northwestern Minnesota.
Minnesota Conference Meets.Minnee
Nortl Jg
eld .Minn., DQ$. 9.Th
sota int$rcollegfa.te athletic conference is
holding Its annual meeting here - to-dav
with Carleton college to discuss the af
fairs of.-the.past-year, and to arrange the
schedules for next year's baseball and
football games, and the confei-ence track
meets. The colleges in the conference
which will be represented are Carleton,
Hamlirie, St. Thomas, Shattuck, Macales
ter and St, Olaf.
Cornhuskers Want Game.
Lincoln!* Neb^, Dec. 9.Walter Booth,
Nebraska university football coach, has
gone to Princeton, N . J., empowered by
the Nebraska athletic board to arrange a
game between Nebraska and Princeton to
be played next fall on neutral grounds,
preferably Chicago. *
CLEAN SWEEP FOR TASMOS
GOOD SCORES MADE IN BOWLING
MATCH IN MINNE APOL I S
LEAGUE LAST NIGHT.
Games To-night.
Minneapolis LeagueApex vs. Tuxedo
at Co-operative alleys. .
City LeagueNicollet vs. Spears-Billiter
at Spears-Billiter's alleys.
Grain and Flour. LeagueConsolidated
vs. Poehler at Co-operative alleys.
Commercial LeaguePowers vs. Roberts
and Palace -js. ^Dqnatdspn at Co-operative
alleys.
In th& ^Minneapolis Bowling league
the Tasmbs,took 3 straight from the
Olympias. Garland had high score
with 214 and Olness high average
with 191 1-3
plac
e of t^ne Penn
sylvania game. The R
.TASMO..
First .Second.
lucber . 1. 175 1(H)
Klziil J6:S .181
Parr 18V 168
Garland ' 160 " 181
Olness 1ST ISO
Totals' 937 824
GRAIN AND FLOBfR STANDINGS.
A. ,. ,,\,, , . Played. Won. Lost.
MeCaull-Webster ..27
Pillsbury 27
Watson '.".." ['27
St. Anthony-Dakota .-SO-
Consolidated .27
Poehler [27
Carglll 3
Washburn-Crosby . .27
Rise's team had a good time with
Sam Goldstein's Seven Corner Aris
tocrats, taking them down the line for
three straight. A. Olson of the Rise's
had high score of 224. Magnuson and
Peterson, also of the Rise's, bowled
scores of 208. For the Aristocrats,
"Doc" Olsen, the well-known South
Town dentist, did the most consistent
.work. Sam Goldstein was clearly out
of form, making 99 the second game.
Total pins: Rises, 2,412 Aristocrats,
2,130.
''iW^i" -"V -
Minneapolis:
315-325
Nicollet Ave.:'
/' St. Paul: .
7th and Robert
Streets.
Third.
100 170 172
214: -
202
Totals 88a 885
OLYMfMA.
'
:
AY.
166 2-
171 1-8.
176 1-3
1.88 191 1-3'
First. JSeebiid
014
Carpenter 19s 146
It. K. Hitchcock.. 146 158
Francis 150 j 92
Burtlett 168 12 ?
F. Hitchcock Ifc! . m'
'vThird.
156
17: ]!57
17'J 180
Totals S13 741
Av.
166 2-3
15 150 2-3
156 2-3
157
825
J .,.:, : MINNEAPOLIS STANDINGS.
m Played. Won.
Turner . .-.*., 27 2
Tuxedo 27 1"
Tasmo yo j,s
Buffalo .27 - - ]*{
Apex 27 11
Maguiwon-'- . .-. 176 #,:/-
Peterson ...... 1S1 v/'iiaj!
Su'iinson 145 154
Nelson 145 t^jSj*
Olson 1.37 - 207
Lost 10 12 14
16
In the City league Rise's team took
the odd game from 'the K. C. team.
Olson had high score with 207.
"- ?-'- . - RISKS ':'' *"
,
:
prints letters favoring the change, but
wonders where such a game could fee
placed in the schedule.
"The Yale-Princeton football game
is played every year one Aveek before
the Harvard-Yale game," says the Bul
letin. "If Harvard and Princeton
were to play the game apparent^
would have to be* fixed two weeks be
fore the /--Harvard-Yale contest.
"Whether it would be good policy to
train the Harvard eleven for a hard
game two weeks before we . pla,yed
Yale is thought by some of the coaches
to be doubtful.
"It is quite possible that Princeton
might not care to play Harvard a
week before her Yale game, altho the
experience of Yale teams shows that
an eleven can play two important
games with but a week intervening/''-
"As our football schedule is now
arranged, the Yale game is supposed to
be a climax, and the Pennsylvania
game is regarded as one of the means
used for developing the Harvard team
so that it may be at its best against
Yale. It has not been the policy of
the coaches in recent years to change
the gait of the eleven, so to speak, in
preparing-for the Pennsylvania game.
That has been played without special
preparation.
"It may be on the. whole better to
have such a contest than it would be
to have what would be likelv to be a
harder fought game with Princeton.
"The annual game with Dartmouth
has been steadily, growing in import
ance and may in the future be the big
game of the year in Cambridge when
Yale does not play here."
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Totals
K'o.wley ..
Itaine
Hatfield .
Baird
Johnson .
Totals
Fct.
.817 .630
-' .481
.407
.100
,,-. -,'- . First..- cSfWoutf
Third.-":.
146
157 103
1.8S
194
Av. ,
152 2-3
170 164 lOK'lSi'
179 1-3
JOE GANS IS DEFEATED
K.
.. 784
]
First.
. 135
817
C.
Second.
878
. 147
. 189
. 161
. 185
Third.
ISO 133 162 16S
1.50
AV.."-
CHAMPION IJIGHTWEIGHT
: THE DECISION TO SAM
FORI) IN i 5 HOUNDS.
146
173 1-3
156 2-3
163 1-3
817 802
Played.
Twentieth Avenue
Chris Nicollet ... ..
Bittlter
St^ Anthony ..v...
Rise .... ..
K. C ....:
Baldwin .....'...
CITY STANDINGS.
Won.
BASKET BALL
The Minneapolis Y. M. C. A. basket
ball team defeated the St. Paul asso
ciation team by a score of 10 to 9 last
night. The game was a toss-up until
time was called. The line-up:
' -Minneapolis.
Kngwell',.... Catherwbod- - HiVst'h
Dean.-.........
Jacobsou ....
Weltzel .....
Samuel L.aj[igf6rd, a colored, pugilist
from Cambridge, last night defeated
the lightweight champion of Balti
-more in a fifteen-round bout at Bos
ton.
27
26 18
,
Lost.
1 it.
Tct.
.063 .667'
. 555
.542?
.48f .333
-259 .222
- 12
-11 .-V
.Altho Langford won the decision, he
W&V wot awarded the world's Hght
rweihk championship, as he. was two
pounds over weight. Langford be
came aggressive.,., in the fourth round
and in his blocking and footwork out
classed" Gans.
In the last eight rounds practically
all of the honors were on Langford's
side. He landed many hard blows,
while Gahs found the Cambridge boy
infrequently.
30
.27
:i4
21
In the Grain and Flour league the
St. Anthony-Da kotai team took the
odd game from the Cargills. Thomp
son had high score with 209. -
CAItGrLli.
First.
Potts ,: 3 47
Thompson 100
Vivian ....,..., ]65
Owens' ... .' ] j.'l
Chilton ..- - ]K7
Totals , ~M$
ST. ANTHONY AND DAKOTA
,.'"' -'"First - Second.
Thompson 20!)
Murray '.:... v '." 15
Sawyer 200
Hall !.- ,
l^abatt 177
Second.
ll.T
I "2
117 1( ii:s
Third
158
151.
165 l.'ii 10'
Jim Coffroth, president of the Yo
semite Athletic club of San Francisco,
passed thru Chicago en route to New
York to inveigle, if possible, Champion
Jim Jeffries into meeting the winner of
the E'erguson-Johnson fight, which is
stated to take place before the Colma
club next Friday night.
Coffroth thinks he has a difficult
task on hand, as he figures Johnson a
winner, and Jeffries has repeatedly
stated he would not fight a colored
man.
"Johnson looks the better to me,"
said the astute manager. "Still there
is always a chance of the unlooked
for happening. Ferguson has been
showing well in his.training and on his
inside work looks to hvae a chance."
1
145 186 152
165
176
S00
Third.
146 141. 13.-5 145
185 750
21 IS 16 15 13
12 12
4
6 !)
A decision of importance to bowlers
and bowling clubs intending to par
ticipate in the national championship
contests of the American Bowling con
gress at Cleveland, Feb. 8-13, has just
been rendered by -the executive com
mittee. Under the Indianapolis plan
of organization it was supposed that
all entries would have to be affiliated
with one of the local city associations.
This, however, is-not the case. Any
club or bowler is eligible upon com
pliance with the rules of the congress
but no club is entitled to any voice in
the proceedings of the congress un
less affiliated with one of the city as
sociations.
PH.
.777 .667
.55)2 .500 .482 .444 .400 .148
11 15 14 15 .18 23
Position. St., Paul.
.... Right forward. Powers
V.Left forward .......... Brush
-. Center ............ Xeadant
..-. Right guard Abels
... Ijeft guard Johnson
Low Rates Via the "North-Western
Iiine."
The. "North-Western Line" will, sell
holiday excursion tickets Dec. 12 to 22
to points named helow and return at
rates named:
Albany, N. Y. ...... ..$40.00
Boston. Mass 40.00
Buffalo, N. Y. . . ..... . 35.00
Kingston, Ont. ........... 35.00
Montreal, Que. 35.00
Ottawa, Ont. . 35.00
Portland, Me 40.00
. Quebec, Que. . . . .......... 40.00
Springfield, Mass 40.00
Toronto, Ont 30.00
Watertown, N. Y 40.00
Tickets will also be sold to many
other points and return at very low
rates and for full particulars call at
600 Nicollet avenue, . Minneapolis,
^ f DECEMBER 9, 1903/
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LOSES
LANG-
Terry McGovern's injured hands
having had a good rest, the ex-cham
pion will appear in the ring again.
McGovern signed articles of agree
ment yesterday to meet Billy Willis in
Philadelphia next Saturday night in a
lie T.M. Roberts Supply Co
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^TOBl
CLOTHING' MOUSE
. Benny Yanger of Chicago knocked
out Hughey Murphy of Boston in the
third round of a six-round bout at Chi
cago last night. Murphy put ut a
poor fight.
Yanger weakened him with blows to
the stomach in the first and secondT
rounds and easily disposed of Murphy
in the third with a series of blows to
the JaAV.
Jeffries and Corbett have received
offers from St. Louis for a fight during
the world's fair next year. Both ex
press a Avillingness to accept.
MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS
President Sharpless of Haverford col
lege. Pa., yesterday announced that Lord
Harris, former president of the Marylebone
Cricket club of London, had invited the
Haverford cricket team to visit London
next season. The colleges joining in the
invitation ai*e: Eton, Harrow, "Winchester,
Rugby, Marlborough, Clifton, Cheltenham.
Peplon, Malvern, Charterhouse. Haileybury
and Shrewsbury. The Haverford cricket
ers met teams representing all of these
schools while visiting England four years
ago. It is expected that the invitation will
be accepted.
One of the most interestmg wrestling
bouts of the week occurred at the Dewey
last night. Phillips, the local man, stayed
6% minutes with Max Luttbeg. To-night
Gene Cole_goes on with the professional.
Regarding their business to be- quite as
legitimate as that of the bookmakers,
New York poolroom proprietors have
formed a club to emulate the Metropolitan
Turf association, popularly known as the
"Bookmakers' club."
No attention will be given to the social
side of clubdom, however, as the organ- |
ization's purpose will be strictly business. !
The number of rooms in the city and their i
location are to be regulated. A fund will
Silverware
We have a very large line of the best makesgen
uine Rogers Bros. 1847 included. We sell sterling
triple plate knives and forks, $1.15. Genuine
Rogers ti'iple plate, 12 dwt., knives and forks, $2.35.
Genuine Rogers teaspoons, either tipped or shell
pattern, at 49c set of 6. Tablespoons to match,
98c set of 6.
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Chafing Dishes,
Coffee Cookers and Nickel-Plated
Goods :
You should see our new Coffee Machine for brewing
the most delicious coffee in your room without stove
or gas. Makes a splendid Xmas present.
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Fine Cutlery
We have the largest stock of fully warranted Cut
lery in the city. Every Knife and
guaranteed we have an endless variety such as
pocket knives, shears of all kinds. You should see
our gun metal shears, carving knives' and forks,
hunting knives, razors, Star safety razors, in all
styles of cases, Gem safety razors from 91-35 up.
The T. M. Roberts Supply Co
INCORPORATED
& & ^^ife"v^4fe'i^iil^
t^J&F.aW*
Nine Different
Lengths of
Winter Coats
Beautiful attractive Hart, Schaffner & Marx
and Brokaw Bros, silk lined overcoats
$20, $22, $25, $30, $35, $40, $50.
Rich fur lined coats of our own make
47.50, $60, $75, $100 to $300.
six-round bout. This will be their sec
ond battle.
The last time-they met Willis made
an exceptionally fine showing, staying
the limit.
Money ^
" \Cheertully Refunded.
Mail Orders
Filled.
Send for
^Samples.
The very long and the
very short kinds.
Every color and fabric. Every shape and style.
For the utterly ultra or the
moderately conservative.
Splendid $20, $22 and
$2h Overcoats at
be created for protection against raids and
wire tappers. Arrangements will be made,
if possible, whereby the club will take
charge of the telegraphic service of its
members and handle the monev paid out
for It.
E. J. Phelps, president of the Minne
apolis Automobile club, will make a tour
of Europe in an automobile. Mr. Phelps
will leave for the east soon after Christ
mas and will sail from Boston for Franco
early in January. He will meet his fam
ily in France and they will tour the con
tinent together. The trip ' will occupy
about four months. Mr. Phelps will use
a new twenty-tfour-horsepower touring
car.
If you are going to want more or
different business help next year, a
Journal want ad will reach the best
class of bookkeepers, stenographers,
salesmen and clerks.
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The
Busy Man
Should have a
Telephone on
his desk it
pays for itself
in time saved.
One Dollar Per Month.
Food Choppers
We have the New England, Gem and Enterprise
with extra knives for chopping all kinds of foSd.
Any of the above kinds 85c each.
V
: Shear fully
717-719-721 NICOLLET AVE.
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DISTANCE
Northwestern Telephone
Exchange Compaiy.
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We have the finest and largest line of fancy Bask
ets in the city, such as Work Baskets, waste
baskets, hampers, etc., work baskets from 10o
up wash baskets from 15c up fancy hampers
from 98c up. Call and see them.
We have a complete line of rocking horses, swing
ing horses, shoo flies, boys' and girls' sleds, chil
dren's cutters, club and hockey skates of all kinds.
Call and see our line.
MINNEAPOLIS, f- g? =
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Fancy Baskets
Rocking
Horses
and
Sleds
of all kinds
for Xmas.
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