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EVERYTHING TO EAT.
All orders received by tele
phone get quick and careful
attention.
353Either Phohe-353
New California Prunes, lb...
Fine, I-arge, Rich Prunes, lb
New Evaporated Peaches, lb
Fancy, large Apricots, lb...
New, Muscatel Raisins, lb...
New, Clean Raisins, lb
Standard Sweet Corn, 8c
dozen
Standard Tomatoes. 9c 'can
en .-.:.-.-
Good Marrowfat Peas, 8c can:
dozen 5c
See our demonstration of Batavia
Fruits and Vegetables.
1-qt bottle Tomato Catsup.
Home-made Bread, loaf........ 3c
Spiced Drop Cake, doz 7c
Brandy Squares, each 10c
Sponge Drop Cake, doz "8'c
Green Apple Pie. each 10c
Tea Biscuits, hot 4:80 p. m., doz.. 10c
Ye Sing & Co.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING,
CIT Y NEWS.
Christmas gifts, diamonds, watches and
jewelry. John S.. Allen, Guaranty bldg.
If what you are looking for Is made of
leather. Bamum has it.' .^ee his novel
ties. 715 Nicollet. ..'.:. ^H. ,..
2.000 feet new mouldings, ovals. We
frame arid sell pictures cheap. Zesbaugh,
31 Fifth street S.
Double amount 8. & H- trading stamps
Thursday and Friday. Golbergs, 621
Hennepin avenue.
City Controller Joshua Rogers holds
luoky ticket No. 156 which draws the bag
atelle table at the St. Stephen's church
fair.
Fred L. Gray Company, Guaranty build
ing, insures over 1,000 residences and
stores in Minneapolis against burglary
losses.
Mendenhall, the florist, 37 Sixth street
8. Minneapolis, continues to get up the
finest funeral flowers. Also ships them
to any part of the northwest.
Admission Tickets to the Food Show
One with every purchase of 25c at Ye Olde
Tyme Bakerie salesrooms, 822 Nicollet
avenue, 1200 Third avenue S, 616 Nicollet,
Virgil G. Hlnshaw. vice president of the
Intercollegiate Prohibition association, will
lecturo this evening in Hegna's hall, Two
and-one-half street and Cedar avenue.
Admission will be free.
1-1. M. Peterson. 51 Eighth street S, says
that he will sue Inspector John Staylo for
3o 8c 9c
12c
9c 8c
can
doz-
5-lb. Sack Table Salt 3c
Soda Crackers, per lb
Ginger Snaps, lb
White Clover Honey, comb ..
95c
.$1.05
12V2c
5c 5c
15c
Bakery Specials
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false arres and for personarl injuryt mrtead
of bringing action^ against the eity, as
stated.
Because Barney Murphy - has a strong
liking for oleomargarine he will'live at the
workhouse for thirty days. Murphy drove
up to the Omaha freight depot and took
away a tub of oleo. He changed his Plea
to guilty this morning, as the evidence
against him was conclusive.
-Levi lodge. No. 70. A. O. U. W., has
elected the following officers for 1904:
Master workman. M. H. McDivltf. fore:
man, Louis Houser overseer. Dr. Fred E.
Haynes recorder, E. M. Gegenhelmer
financier. E. S. Brown: receiver, P. J.
Baker guide, if red Gebhart I. W., Emery
Clark: O. W.. George Gegenheimer. .
A series of entertainments with chalk
talks by local fresco decorators will be
given during the winter by the Fresco
Painters' association, which meets to
night in Its hall, Washington and Twen
tieth avenues IS. At the last meeting of
the association C. Thoreson was made
president. C\ Estggard treasurer and W.
Prenevost secretary.
Professor James Paige of the state uni
versity will deliver an address before the
members of the Minneapolis Association
of Accountants and Bookkeepers at'their
meeting to be held this evening in the
Minneapolis Whist club rooms, third floor,
Andrus building. His subject will be
'Commercial Paper." Bookkeepers and
office men are cordially invited.
Special meetings are being held by the
Salvation Army at headquarters.- Mon-
day night's meeting was conducted by
Major and Mrs. Waite. Last night Cap
tain Jenkins led.'assisted by Ensign Abra
liainson. and to-night the social staff will
hold a. meeting to be conducted by Adju
tant Scott and Captain Kriedler. Thurs
day night's meeting will be led by Briga
dier Jenkins and the provincial staff.
Officers were elected by the Cigar Deal
ers' association at its annual meeting last
evening, as follows: President, Guy L.
Hutchins first vice president. Van P..
Clark: second vice president. George P.
Heritage secretary, P.. G. Fisher treasur
er, Ira W. Farr executive- committee,
President G. L. Hutchins, Cha.irm&n ex
officio C. T. Harris, E. C Walters, S. L.
Snyder. James Mulvey. W. J. Blackburn
and Clayton Hooker representatives to
the national association. R. G. Fisher, who
is given 'power to cast the full vote of the
association.
Market.
Choice Pork Tenderloins 18c
Choice Pork Chops 8c
Choice Pork Loin Roast 8c
Choice. Pork Sausage.... - 10c
Choice Pork Shoulders. 7c
Choice Sirloin Steak lie
Choice Round Steak 10c
Choice Shoulder Steak 9c
Swift Premium Hams 14c
No. 1 Ham '12%c
Swift Winchester Picnic Hams... 8c
Bacon, a bargain 14c
Fresh Herring 3c
Remember the
CHINESE AND
JAPANESE STORE AT
1217 Nicollet Ave.
For Tour Holiday Gifts
New Importation of Chinese and
Japanese Fancy Goods, Bamboo
Furniture, etc. Call and Inspect
Our Goods before buying elsewhere
MCOLLBT.
Between 12th and 13th Street.
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Snow Under Foot
means nice easy shoes with
heavy soles, made to fit the
foot same as others ask
58.60 for. Our price $2.50.
Overshoes and Rubbers
feel good too.
S. T. XOriEMSEM,
312Nicollet Ave.. Mpla.
153 E. 7th St. St.Paul.
S.1,
S8 Gold Spectacles now SB.
Eyes examined. Tenses ex
changed free after Christ
mas.
nafimPM specialist,329Nic-
U01 IUJIII ollet av, upstairs.
HIS SOUL WAS LOST
Reason St. Paul Man Gave for Taking
Poison.
Walter Vanderwerker. a St. Paul hack
drlver, attempted to commit suicide last
night by swallowing laudanum. He said
his soul was irrevocably lost and that
there was no need for him to live. He
was taketi to the city hospital and it is
thought that he will recover.
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January Fur Prices Before Christmas.
The Plymouth Fur Mfg. Section.
FIGHT COHEN INDICTMENTS
Attorney Moves to Quash -the Last of the
Charges.
Frank W. Larrabee, attorney for Joseph
Cohen, the much indicted Ames lieutenant,
yesterday afternoon summed up the rea
sons why, in his opinion, the last indict
ment, charging Cohen with compounding a
crime should be quashed. County Attor
ney F. H. Boardman stated that the court
knew all the. points In the case and he
had no argument to make. Judge Simp
son took the motion under advisement
and will announce his decision next Sat
urday.
WE TRUST YOU
F. H. PETERSON & CO.,
73-75 South Sixth Street.
SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY
Massive Leather Rocker
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On Thursday we offer this rich
leather rocker, exactly like picture,
upholstered in very best leather,
stuffed with finest quality hair, best
steel springs, in either mahogany or
quartered oak, hand rubbed finish
regular price $35,
THURSDAY, ONLY $27.25
and $3 down and $1 a week.
USEFUL CHRISTMAS GOODS
Skates. Sleds, Cutlery, Air Rifles. Whlteley Exercisers. Boxing Gloves: Punching Bags, Sweat-
ers, Cameras and everything in Sporting Goods and Bicycle line.
Talking Machines
Edison. Victor, Zcmopbones and Columbia, $10 to 836.'
down, S I per week.
1904 Rambler, 16 H. P. speed 45 miles an hour.
Grea t Wester n Cycl e Co.,
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FUR SKINS TANNED
Send in you* HOUSE, COW CALF. DOG and SHEEP SKINS for
ROBES and GARMENTS. All kinds of FUR SKINS tanned, dressed
and dyed. Our ROBES.- etc.. are warranted not to get hard and are
moth proof. Circulars and price list. Address.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
MINOR'S TAX
CATECHISM
TOWN TALK
H E ASKS CITIZENS TO ESTIMATE
REALTY VALUES.
Circular tetter, Answers to Which He
Thinks Will Help HiraTIn Making
Accurate and Satisfactory Assess
ments of Retail Business Property.
In order to obtain a general opin
ion on real estate values in this city
and to be guided in making the bi
ennial real estate assessments, City
Assessox^ C. J. Minor invites all resi
dents to'give him the bes advice at
their disposal. He has had printed
hundreds' of circular letters, which
will be mailed to citizens, particularly
to real estate brokers and''agents' and
heavy owners who would be expected
to have the most extensive knowledge
and best judgment in determining
values. With the information thus,
obtained Mi'. Minor: expects jto be able,
to form a set of rules which will be
of great value to his assistants and
enable him to make just assessments.
The circular ask the
questions:
Ano inside lot having a frontage of fifty
fee
t
n
a
reta1
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businesss
street
bfollowing
y a depth
m ft
Flrst _What is the mine of an adjoining
lot of the same width but only, fifty feet,
deep in place of 100?
SecondWhat5
is the value of a lot of
the same width but which is 150 feet deep?
In fixing these values, it is important
to remember that the question is asked on
property that is used for retail business
only, as in a wholesale district or in case
of residence property, the value of t shal
low lot would be considerably less, while
the value of the longer lot would be more.
Again referring to retail business prop
erty, and assuming that we have a corner
lot of 50x100 feet, in the .first case front
ing fifty feet on a good retail business
street where the property is worth at the
rate of $1,000 a foot for inside lots, what
will be the va.lue of this lot on the corner,
where the long side of the lot is at all
times open to the light and accessible, for
its whole length, altho the street forming
the corner may not be a business street, or
have any frontage value. In the second
case assuming that the stret forming the
corner shall have a value of $500 a front
foot, that is that a lot 50x100 fronting on
this cross street would be worth $25,000,
then what would the corner be worth? In
the third case assuming the cross street
which forms the corner to be as good as
the front street, being worth $1,000 per
foot, what would this corner be worth?
All $30 and $35 Overcoats for $20
At The Plymouth Clothing House.
FAKE SANITARY INSPECTOR
Works South Town People for Jobs for
His Wagons.
A counterfeit sanitary inspector is giv
ing the health department and South
Town residents worry. He makes a pre
tense at inspecting the premises, and
fiercely orders a general cleaning up at
once and instantly. Shortly afterward
sometimes the same day, but often
or two aftera scavenger comes along
and innocently announces that he is from
the health department and he is going to
clean up for so much for the job.
Many people are caught by this shallow
game- ^They should remember, however,
that 'the'*'health department never: gives
verbal orders m such matters, but serves
a formal, and official notice. Tti&re are
no health department scavengers, and
when notice comes to clean up the*citi
zens can place his patronage wherever'
he likes, 'hy
10.000 records to select from. S I
January Fur Prices Before Christmas.
The Plymouth Fur Mfg. Section.
AUTOMOBILES
Rambler, Santos Dumont and Colum
bia Gasolene Cars and Buffalo Electric.
SNAPS:
1902 Rambler $300
$1200 Locomobile, 2 seats,
steam, good as new. .$500
2 Electric Rigs, S 1 SO to$400
1903 Rambler $550
Elegant line Auto Robes, Lamps,
Horns, etc.
1904 RAMBLERS:
$760 to $1200
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LIGHTNING GERM KILLER
It Will Cost $7,000 to rnstall One
' Here.:
It will cost about $7.(^000 to equip the
Minneapolis waterworks system with Jo--
seph Johnson's electric sterilizer for kill
ing germ life in the city water. It seems
to be conceded that Johnson's invention is
very successful on a. small scale, but even,
the inventor does not know how It will act
when attached to a. big system. Professor
George Shepardson of the state university
and Dr. J. Frank Corbett of the health de
partment have seen the device work on a
five-Inch stream with the result that 90
per cent of the germ life was destroyed,
but they cannot be certain that it will
operate as well on a fifty-inch stream at
the reservoir.
Johnson will give the city the right to
use his patent and would install the sys
tem at his own expense and take his
chances but he has not the money. The
members of the waterworks committee are
favorably impresged with the device, but
are a little chary about spending $7,000 on
what may prove a failure.
All $30 and $35 Overcoats for $20
At The Plymouth Clothing House.
BIBLE CONFERENCE CLOSE
It Will Be To-morrow EveningAfter
noon and Evening Metlngs.
The closing meeting of the Bible con
ference will be held in "Westminster church
Thursday evening, when Dr. Gray will give
an address on "The In-filling of the Spir-
it." In the afternoon from two to three
o'clock a meeting for praise and testi
mony 'will be led by Rev. A. B. Marshall.
D. D., the usual exposition of the Bible by
Dr. Gray will follow from three to four,
and then another hour of devotional exer
cises will be conducted by Rev. J. E. Bush
nell, D. D. For those who desire to remain
to the evening service without goiijg home
the ladles of the church will provide ft
lunch for a small price. All wishing to
have lunch should send in their names not
later than Wednesday evening. To-night
Dr. Gray will give an exposition touching
the person an,d work of the Holy Spirit.
January Fur Prices Before Christmas.
The Plymouth Fur Mfg. Section.
a day
AN $18,2215 LOCKUP
The Price Bid for Putting Cells In New
City Hall..
The contract for the cell work in the
new police lock-up to be installed on the
fifth floor of the city hall has been award
ed by the courthouse and city hall com
missioners to the Paully Jail Building
company of St. Louis for $18,525. Under
the state law the contract is subject to the
approval of the state board of control.
The commission has received bids for
replacing the glass in the city hall which
was ruined by the fire of three weeks ago.
but. has not yet decided to assume the ex
pense of the work. There is a question
ns to whether the commission is the vir
tual owner or the city as the lessee is re
quired to restore the windows.
Collars I^ast Twice as Loug
Done up at Phoenix Laundry. We
call and deliver. Try us. Country
s solicited.
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ROOTERS TO GO
T O CALIFORNIA
AT LEAST 100 EXPECTED TO AC
COMPANY FOOTBALL TEAM.
Colonel Frank M. Joyce Negotiating
with Bailroadsi-A JRate? of $100 for
Alt Epenses of Travel Is Assured
for a Part? of W\ity', or more.t
The largest rooting expedition ever
made In connection with college foot
ball will, In all probability, take a
hundred or sot of, Minnesota enthusi
asts across the continent to see the
Minnesota-California . ga,me in- San
Francisco New Year's- Bay.
Colonel Frarik M. Joyce, Impresario
of footb.aU excursions, has entered into
negotiations with the 'railroad compa
nies, which, have reached that .stage
where it is almost certain that. !a. flat
rate of ?100, eoverJng.all the expenses
of travel
toparty
andfetrom the coast, can
b'e offered1
a of fifty or more .
As the reglaf fare is $105, the
regular sleeping-car changes $30. and
the dining-car expenses $21 for the
round trip, tlie,.^excursion now being
planned will-offer inducements in the
way of rate$ that will tempt even
those rooters who do' nbt look upon
fhe matter of expense as of .first im
portance.
-It-is-proposed to charter at least
two. Jpullman sleepers au d a diner for
from seven to ten days, and to leave
Minneapolis on the everting. of, Dec.
27, arriving in San Francisco oil New
Year's morning. Following upon the
game will come a day or so in the city
by the golden gate, the- return tr'p
bringing the rooters back by Jan. 6.
While it v/oul^ he possible to ha.ve
the diner And. one'sleeper: return im-.
mediately after the gam&J and the
other sleeper returned one week later,
and while the idea of - bringing" the
train back over the southern route
has been considered, it is more prob
able that the train will be kept in-,
tact and rooters come and go in regu
lar club fashiontogether:
No attempt is being made to run
an excursion for the benefit of visit
ors to Southern California, and, as far
as possible, only the most rabid of
rooters will be allowed on the train.
The route Will probably be via the
Omaha and Union Pacific.
Owing to "the approaching close of
the year, Colonel Joyce will not be
able to take personal charge of the
excursion, but this'matter will be
placed in the hands of his business
associate, Walter E. Winslow, who as -
sisted Colonel Joyce In the Michigan
and Madison excursions on the "Joyce
de luxe" trains.
Already Minnesota enthusiasts have
guaranteed forty excursionists, and
there seems to be no doubt that at
least a hundred will take advantage
of an opportunity which will he one
of the biggest advertisements ever
given to Minnesota athletics.
Janua ry Fur Prices Before 'Christmas.
The Plymouth, ^ur Mfg. Section.
HORSE!WOULDN'T
Mrs.
Lieutenant Towler Describes Famous Con
flict for Loyal Legion.
Lieutenant S. H. Towler of Minneapolis
was the principal speaker last evening at
the monthly banquet of the Loyal Legion
at the Ryan hotel. St. Paul. He discussed
the battle of Gettysburg, and by means of
a stereopticon showed numerous maps
which most clearly indicated the move
ments of the two great forces hefore their
final, terrific collision. Maps in finer de
tail showed the formation of the lines of
battle at almost every hour of the pro
longed struggle. In addition, views were
shown of battlefield scenes then and to
day, and portraits of commanders, when
flashed up, evoked warm applause.
Following the main address brief after
dinner talks were made by Mayor T. W.
Hugo of Duluth and Rev. I. L.. Ryplns
of St. Paul.
There was a, large attendance at the
meeting. Lyman Beecher Everdell of St.
Paul and Judge C. L. Brown of the state
supreme court were admitted as members.
January Fur Prices Before Christmas.
The Plymouth Fur Mfg. Section.
GROUND FOR HATCHERY
Forty Acres Added to State's Plant In
St. Paul.
Forty acre3 of land to the east of the
St. Paul fish hatchery have been acquired
by the state game and fish commission,
after negotiations lasting over several
years. An appropriation of $3,000 was
made available when the first effort was
made to get the land, and it will be ex
pended for the purpose. Several springs
are found on the tract, which will furry'sh
a, permanent water supply for the hatch
ery.
- Edward Radcliff of Duluth was engaged
by the commission yesterday. to prepare
plans and specifications for the buildings
at the Gleivwood hatchery, which will in
clude a, superintendent's cottage, a barn
and a hatchery for wall-eyed pike. The
commission approved of plans for the
game exhibit at the St. Louis exposition,
and authorized the transportation of five
stuffed moose and a number of other
mounted animals and game birds.
AH $30 and $35 Overcoats for $20
At The Plvmouth Clothing House.
CAUSED DEATH?
Sick St. Paul Woman Dies Suddenly and
UnexpectedlyMay Have
Taken Poison.
Carbolic acid is believed to have caused
the death of Mrs. Mary St. Germain of
706 York street. S.t. Paul. The woman had
been ill for some time and yesterday after
noon she was found dead in her room. Acr
cording to the statements of physicians
her sickness would not have caused a sud
den death. Th^ coroner will hold an au
topsy this afternoon- -..,
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BOERS TO LECTURE .-...*:
Thrilling Description of the War Prom
ised for Sunday Evening.
At the Metropolitan next Sunday even
ing General Gideon Joubert and Captain
"W. S. O'Donnell will lecture on the causes
that led up to conflict between the Boers
and British in South Africa and detail
their thrilling personal experiences in that
struggle. The lecture wil be brilllantly
Ulustratcd bv stcropticon vi^ws of the bat
tlefields of thp war. Seat^ for this event
con be -secured to-morrow. 4J}*/4&j~4<fi
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A Christmas Parlor Suit Bargain.
Journal. Dec. 9, 1903.
Would Yo u Lika a Copy of
"HOME NEWS,"
an Illustrated Magazine of Fashions in
Furniture and kindred Bubjects, issued
monthly, sent to you for a year fre? If
so, cut out this coupon and hand or mail
it to us with your address.
NEW
ENQLAND FURNITURE
& CARPET COMPANY.
New England Furniture & Carpet Co.,
WHILE GIRL LOOKED ON
Two Callers FightOne Is Sentenced In
Court.
Joe Parks" was sentenced to $5 or five
days for assault and batten' upon Charles
Chase. Parks pleaded guilty.
Parks and Chase called on the same girl
last evening at the same time. They got
into a dispute which resulted in blows, the
fight taking place in the girl's parlor, while
the girl looked on. Parks seems to have
been the aggressor.
AH $30 and $35 Overcoats for $30
At The Plymouth Clothing House.
HELD 0. 0. D. MONEY
A Dry, Goods Company Employe Is Con
vlcted of Embezzlement.
Loren C. Campbell, an employe of a
prominent dry goods company, -was given
a straight sentence in police court this
morning on a charge of embezzlement.
He collected delivery bills, often over
charging customers, and also failed to
turn over all the money to the company.
He offered no excuse to the court, but
pleaded guilty. He -will spend the next
twenty days at the workhouse.
January Fur Prices Before Christmas.
The Plymouth Fur Mfg. Section.
THIS ISN'T RACE SUICIDE
Three Little Ones Arrive at Home of
Patrolman Ward.
Patrolman John A. Ward of the North
Side police station, living at 1200 Emer
son avenue N, was astounded when he re
turned home last evening and four.d that
two. young men and a young lady had
made their home with him. Ward says
that he will not lock the youngsters up
at the police station, but will hold them
at home for a time at least.
The triplets are in excellent condition
and able to attract attention at any time.
GO X
Josephine - Tu^ok Sues to. Recover
t What She ald :
A case which might well be entitled
"tJeacon rPerMr ya rMvid Harum" is
now pending .Jbtt~6y%udgf Dickinson in
the eivil. brancJ* .qtXte
All $80 and $S5 Overcoats for $20
At.Tlie. Plyjwouth Clothing1
.mlintcipa.1y'dourC.
The 'case was .all action^
: bruKh
ipsephiiie B. ^Tuck frgalnst |llli's". .Alvin
to enforce the return of $50." .$hi!h had.
been paid to the defendant for 3. liorseV
represented to be., soun^ and ail rVght,
but which, she testified* -proved to,.be.
balky and obstinate^ Jv . ,'
Mrs. Tuck had .purchased a., stock of
groceries of the defendant at 1028 Plyjii-.
outh avenue, and also the horse and de-'
livery wagon. The horse was represented
to be sound and all right and was in
cluded in the bill-. The amount involved
in the whole transaction was $550, of
which $50 was said to have been the
price of the horse.
When Mrs. Tuck tried to drive the horse
*lie found that it' was RO balky that it
would not. budge from Its tracks, and if
a Whip' was used it would throw itself.
Failing to secure a refund of $50, she
brought suit.
The defense was made upon the prin
ciple th=it the plaintiff asked only for a
rescinding of the contract so far as the
horse Was concerned, but made no effort
to rescind the entire agreement.
t b Mrs .
All $80 and $35 Overcoats for $20
At The Plymouth Clothing-
LICENSE TO SMOKE OPIUM
William Perkins' Document Would Not
"Go" In St. Paul.
William Perkins, colored, was-in the St.
Paul police court yesterday charged with
be.ing found In an opium joint. He exhib
ited a slip of paper which ho told Judge
Hine was a license to smoke "dope" in
Minneapolis. Judge Hine did not examine
the license but, told him that such things
did not go in St. Paul and gave the man
a. "floater" of sixty days, which means
that if he appears in St. Paul again h
will be sent up on sight. The nature of
Perkiu's license is not known in Minne
apolis and the police of this city say that
he was trying to "con" the court.
George,"Williams, James Murphy and
Nellie Williams were also given "floaters"
for the same offense.
GALLAGHER DIES
He Was Found Unconscious on the Street
Sunday.
Martin Gallagher, who. was found un
conscious on the street near Nicollet ave
nue and Second street Sunday night, died
at the city hospital early this morning, j
When Gallagher was first taken to the
hospital he was refused admission, as it
was thought that he was dead drunk, but
when he did not regain consciousness at
the central station he was again taken to
the hospital. He died without regaining
consciousness. Gallagher had a gash on
the forehead, but whether this resulted
from a blow or a fall is not known.
Gallagher was a. laborer and, formerly
resided at 314 Twelfth street S. He was
accustomed to drink and the coroner is in
clined to believe that while intoxicated he
fell and received the injuries which proved
fatal. An autopsy will be held.
House..
STORY OF GETTYSBURG
Prompt
Attention to
Mail Requests.
Money
Cheerfully Refunded.
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DECEMBER^, 1903! **
W e will sell all this week Five-piece Mahogany
Finish Parlor Suits, exactly like picture, up
holstered in Fine Figured Velours, all pieces
Generous in size and Thoroughly Con
structed regularly $29.50, at, for the five
pieces, only
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Recollect that Thursday Is the last day on Which there is any Discount on
Toys, Dolls and Games.
The One Price Complete Housefurnishers, 5Lh St.., 6th St,, and 1st. Av . S.
AMUSEMENTS
METROPOLITAN
SEAT SALE
Around the World in 80 Days
Prices: Night, 10c. 25c, 50c. Mats.. 10c and 25c.
Matinees OH Tiies., Thnrs. nnd Sat. at 2:15. .
Next vreek, Dick Ferris In "What Happened to
Jones." .-."'
4 The Simple Life'
House.
OF PVRE THOUGHT
JN7 PURE FOOD.
Hand-made Lace Handkerchief son Sale
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 11 and 12
At the Olde Tyme Bakerie: 822 Nicollet Avenue.
Sale z/veo by Mother's Auxiliary Y. /W. C. A. Boys' Department.
BUY SCRANTON COAL
Diagonally Opposite Postoffice, Minneapolis, Minn.
The superior training afforded by this school enables its graduates
to fill responsible positions, and insures constant advancement.
Established in 1877. R1CKARD &. GRUMAN Proprietors.
$io Housecoals$5
$1 5 lounging Robe s $7.50
gany
$19.50kkOaOannGoldeGoldeddananhhFinisFinis
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Cash, or $4 down and $1 per week.
Chas. Frohman presents
TOMORROW
McFadden's Flats
Everything New Except the Title.
NEXT WEEK...."A DESPERATE CHANCE."
Jjl JL l/JCi U JUL I TOMORROW
"The Best Ever"See the Camels.
Ferris Stock Co. in a Grand Scenic Production
of Jules Verne's great play,
Double faced materials.
Silk cord bound.
Dark and light effects.
Beautiful new colorings.
All sizes. . .:"'"* ?
Remember, They're Hail value.
AMUSEMENTS
L. N, SCOTT,
Manager.
To-nigbt. Matinee To-day.
EZRA KENDALL
In the "License for Laugliter,"
THE VINEGAR BUYER
Dec. 10-11-12..."QUINCT ADAMS SAWYER."
Next SundayGeneral Joubert and
Captain O'DonnclJ.
Illustrated lecture on Soutb African War.
3 Beginning M O Nap DECi 1 4 WED.
"A POSITIVE TRIUMPH"
Food Bazaar
Under the Auspices of
MINNEAPOLIS CITY SALES
MEN'S ASSOCIATION ...
Dayton Dry Goods Bldg.
(NICOLLET
"THE SPENDERS'
BfJOU TONIGHT AT 8:15.
The Big, Spectacular, Farcical Rerlew,
Nov.30toDec.12)ST.h7tDAN.AV
Dailyfrom 10 a. m. to
10 p. m.
Music and Demonstrations
Admission tOc
WM.
H. CRANE
DEWEY THEATRE
Matinee Baily
Evenings at 8:15.
SAM DEVERE'S BIG
COMPANY. Ladies' Mat. Fri.
EXTRAMax Luttlieg. champion
light weight wrestler, will ineet all
comers, and forfeit $25 to anyone he
falls to throw in fifteen minutes.
Next Week HARRY BRYANTS CO.
With Stereopticon Views, by
R.EV. O'LAF BODIN *
At First Swedish Baptist Church
WEDNES DAY, DEC. 9
TheGrUl'
308-310 First Av. South.
"Good Coffee."
IT is THE: OEST.
Nort h Wester n Fue l Co.
BOTH PHONES. 304 Nicollet Avenue.
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30c
50&
LECTURE
Lan do f theMidnigh t Sun
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Admission, 25c.
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Minneapolis:
815-825
Nicollet Ave.
St. Paul:
Seventh and
Robert Sts.
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