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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, July 28, 1905, Image 4

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$4.00, $3.75, $3.50,
$3.00, $2.75, $2.50
Trousers, $1.95
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Boys' Clothes Less Than Half
Boys' knee pants, sizes 4 to 16 values up to $1.00 in worsteds,
tweeds, Scotches and corduroys taped seams, A
cable stitched. Cut to fiUU
Boys' double breasted, 2-piece suits ages 6 to 16 values up to $3.90
Venetian lined strongly taped seams in cheviots, 4 A
worsted and tweeds. Now ....vlivU
Young men's single and double breasted 3-piece suits sizes from 33
to 36 hand felled collars tailored, reinforced fronts in worsteds,
tweeds and Scotches values up to $10.00 tiTt A A
Cut to ^Ui9U
Boys' 3-piece Short Pants Suits, in worsteds, Scotches and tweeds,
Broken lines from our spring and summer selling, that sold as
high as $6.50. Special clean up for tf
Boys' Wash Suits, in high grade materials duck, pique, chamhray,
linen and linen crash Russian, Eton and Sailor styles in blues,
tans, pinks and ox-bloods with enamel or patent tf* 4 fe
belts values up to $2.50. Now I I m9
Children's Waists, sizes 4 to 9 in broken lines 50c values with or
without collars detachable, elastic A A
waist bands. Cut to I f
The Most Delicious Summer Drinks
can be made with fruij syrups and Sparkling
LITff BA WATER.
A a diluent for Ginger Ale it is
peculiarly adapted.
FOB SALE BY
lae Xjrman-EUel Pro* Co.. Wholesale. The C. 8. Brackett Co.. BetaU.
The Clothing event that, all men look up to.
The chance that comes only
We are giving a few of these machines
away absolutely
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Write tor Catalogue.
EDISON PHONOGRAPH
AND SUPPLIES.
MINNESOTA PHONOGRAPH CO,
a TWO Stores |5WNIcollt Av., Minneapolis.
(37 East 7th St., St. Paul..
In advertising In The Journal tor help of. any kind state .the attractions of
& the position you offer, as this will call forth answers from the moat detfrable
and most capable persons available. i
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Standard, and Neve Sol Befor for Less
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Than Eighteen, Sixteen-Fifty Fifteen Thir-
teen-Fifty or Twelve Dollars. High Grade
Custom Mad Two or Three-Piece Suits
for Me nor Young Me at choice
Men's pearl and white canvas shoes and oxfords
solid leather soles, heels and counters values,
$2.00 and $2.50 all at, ti* 4 JB E
cut to N*
Men's and young men's tennis shoes, black
white, sail-cloth uppers extra,
wear-proof rubber soles
General clean-up of many broken lines in spring
and summer blocks of soft and stiff hats. Goods
that sold as high as $3.50. In all the newest
makes and styles. Unlimited. difr C^ffc
choice H* I
Men's linen and duck negligee hats reinforced'
taped seams, leather sweats, stitched "iffi.**
rims. Values up to 50c. Special t#
General clean-up of all our high grade straw hats
in yachts and negligee shapes. tft'fl All
Values to $3.50. Saturday......
FIRE INSURANCE MEN
HAVE ADJUSTMENT PLAN
New York, July 28.Establishment
of an adjustment bureau to more eco
nomically handle losses in the east has
been discussed by men representing fire
insurance companies doing business in
the eastern field. A plan, was presented
to the underwriters suggesting the for
mation of an incorporated company to
carry on the business of adjusting
losses. Uncler- this scheme it -was pro
posed to invite all the reputable fire
insurance companies operating iu theanrd
eastern states to become members by
taking stock in the name of the com
pany and thus gaining representation.
This resulted in the appointment of
a committee upon which the adjustment
committee of the national board.shall
ir'l'&.fy^i)-'!*!*.:
Friday Evening, .gS^S^^^^^ITH MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIirJ^SVt^^Jaly^^igo ^V&&*^
DOUBLE AMOUNT S, If. GREEN TRADING STAMPS SATURDAY
THIRD AND NICOLLET.
J. I LYNCH, President. 0Z0BGE X. OBXBS, Vice President. J\ L. BI0KIN80ir.
J. T. KIOHOXiOir. Treasurer. A. X. MOBDSTROK. Director.
Greater Assortments. Greater Values.
$4.00 Trousers. $3.00 Troiislrs. Worsted Trousers.
$3.75 Trousers. $2.75 Trousers. Cheviot Trousers.
$3.50 Trousers. $2.50 Trousers. Flannel Trousers.
TROUSERS FOR ANY 6 ALL OCCASIONS CUT FOR CLEARANCE
Clean-Up On Shoes!
or
Final Windtip On Hats!
be represented, to consider the question
and draft a form of agreement for the
creation of an adjustment bureau for
submissionfrothe companies.
See Stockwell SoonThat life insur-
anceThe Penn Mutual. Anurus blQg.
Always avoid harsh purgative pills.
They first make you sick and then leave
you'constipated. Carter's Little Liver
Pills regulate the bowels and make you
well. Dose, one. pill.
Beautiful Isle "Eoyale is the ideal
place to spend a summer vacation. The
ai is cool and refreshing, the boating
fishing good, while the hotel accom
modations are excellent. Very low rate
excursion tickets are on sale daily via
the North-Western Line. For illustrated
booklet describing the Isle Eoyale and
other Lake Superior trips, call at 600ing
Nicollet avenue. Minneapolis, Minn.
Secretary,.'wro,w
Prestige
TROUSERS TROUSERS!
Men's shoes oxford, velour cillf, patent corona
colt and tan Russian calf bal, button or
blucher style all our $5.00 & O Im.fl
makes, now MJOHOU
Men's satin calf shoes, double sole, McKay welt
solid leather counters $2.50 -4fc"f Rffe
values, Saturday
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Choice of this season's straw hats in yachts and
panamas. Values up to $1.50. Sat- 0^
,urday special .TOW
Special suit case values. A $5.00 case, all leather,
heavy leather protected corners, patent hinge,
steel frame, solid brass fasten- ti^^B 7
ers, $5.00 values
HIGH GIRL, MISSING,
FOUND AS A WAITRESS
Sandusky, Ohio? July 28.Martha,
the pretty 16-year-old daughter of A.
C. Dallas, a rich Chicago neweler, was
found in Sandusky, Tuesday night, af
ter a search of two weeks, by her par
ents. She was employed in a local res
taurant as a waitress under the name
of Martha Davis.
Two weeks ago the girl ran away
from her home in Chicago. She came
directly to Sandusky, and at once se
cured employment. A few days ago
she wrote to a girl friend in Chicago,
giving' her address and asking her to
forward her mail. The girl friend
showed the letter to the girl's father,
who started at once for Sandusky, wir
ahead to the police to hold the girl
until he arrived.
Good Old Grandma'sAdvice
The children are sicksend for grandma! Who is there like- her for
wisdom arid gentleness, and sympathy, since trie first baby came? What
would we have done without her?
"Cascorots ore splendid, my old mother
praises.them ve,ry highly, and eayg sho would
never be without them."-Howard W. Well
man, 139 Trem6nt8treet,iFalrmount, Ohio.
"1 Buffered seven year* with tape-worm' but
didn't know 1 had one. Two months ago I was
taken with Inflomation of the bowels, sour
stomach, sick headache. I tried Cascarets and
had not taken them a week before 1 was relieved
of a tape-worm 18 feet lone. I am Very much
better."
Mrs. John Stone, Put-In-Bay Island, Ohio.
(gtocau^
"After taking Cascarets for a few nights be
fore writing, was able to pass a tape-worm
24 feet in length. Cascarets have our praise,
and I will willingly furnish a testimonial to
anyone who desires it."
Mrs. Harry Wood, Kenneth, Ind.
''I- was troubled for a long time with liver
complaint and was in Bucn misery that I
had" to give up work. I took but i doses
of Cascarets before I was able to go to work
.again."
Mrs. Jos. Eresling, 1921 Congress St., St. Louis.
The wisdom of years of experience with her own health, and
grandpa's and the children's, and children's children has taught
grandma What is good for her and the several generations of family
She^ftas looked after. Grandm a of today knows aii advises that
Cascarets tfandy Cathartic are tlie only perfect family medicine for
all bowel troubles, children's diseases, diseases of the stomach and
liver* sick headaches, biliousness and bad blood. ^XVi**
SJff\tXt i1
booklet free. Address
Sterling Remedy Company. Ch|ganggorNew-York*
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The great mid-season sale that thousands depend on,
twice each year is now on.
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An immense assortment of men's and boys'white
duck yacht caps black mohair braid, enamel
leather visor caps that sold as high 4 fhg%
as 50c. Saturday CPIjt
JS'^w' -'V' 1
druggists, xoc. 35c, 50c.
in tablet stamped CCC.
Best for the Bowels. All
Never sold in bulk. The genuine
Guaranteed to cure or your money back
Simple and
$20.00, $18.00, $16.50
$15.00, $13.50, $12
Suitsfor$8.75
Furnishings W*y Below Cost!
Choice of our men's belts, ranging in size from 30 to 48,
in pigskin, Russian tan, morocco and porpoise OOf*
values up to $1.50, cut to..... ,OOU
Men's fine negligee shirts, dress shirts and golf shirts at-
tached or detached collars oxford, madras Imflf*
and percale worth up to $1.25. Saturday special,. Uwli
Men's linen collars, summer styles, worth 15c cut to 5
Men's glove fitting union suits in regular or stout cuts ecru,
pink or blue colors ribbed, elastic fitting sleeve 4&Qf
and ankle bands values up to $1.75 special .U5ef I*
Closing out high grade shirts in madras, oxford and per-
cale plaited or plain fronts stripes, dots
or solids values up to $2 cut to.
Men's butterfly and shield bow ties fancies in im
ported and domestic silks
Clean-up in men's fine underwear, fine Balbrig
gans, worth up to $1. All sizes
"THE ROAD WITH
THE BIG BERTHS"
This is the title given by the Chicago
Tribune to the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
RAILWAY
This railway owns and operates its own sleeping
cars and other equipment. The berths in its sleep
ing ears are unusually comfortable because they
are unusually long, wide and high.
The Pioneer Limited, The Fast Mail and three
other daily trains from Minneapolis and St. Paul
to Chicago. No extra charge to ride on these
trains. See time card in another column.
TICKETS.
328 Nicollet Avt,. Mpinneaolls.
Thousands of transactions are made daily thru The Journal's want &
pages. They range from office boy to general manager, from second hand $
S cameras to country estates. No matter what kind of a transaction you wish A
& to effect there Is assistance to toe found in the judicious use of Journal waot-
ads. Tell your proposition at reasonable length and the right person will &
^answe r.
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Mail
Orders
filled
same day
received
$1.00
5c
50c
ftV. B. DIXON.
N. W.P. A., St. Paul.
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