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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, July 28, 1905, Image 5

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Men's Tan Russia Calf Oxfords
and Bluchers, $3.50
and $4 cut to $2.98
Boys' and Youths' Can
vas Lace Shoes, only..... 5rW
Boys' and Youths' Tan Calf Eus
sia Bluchers, 4 A
worth $2.00 vllfcV
Boys' and Youths' Tan Calf Eus
sia Blucher Oxfords, 4 ftflll
worth $2.50 1F
Men's Canvas Lace Shoes, ftli
white and gray, only..... vOG
Men's Eussia Calf
worth $2.00 and
$2.50, for only
Lace Shoes,
$1.29
Men's Eussia Calf Lace and
Bluchers, Foot King, worth $2.50
and $3.00, for
only Men's Sunshine Kid Blucher
ford Ties 98Ox-
Men's Imported Eussia Bluchers,
Champagne Kid tops, d^A CftfQl
$5.00 value, for.
FROM SMALL CAUSE
Blow on Jaw Causes Ulcerated Tooth
and Blood Poisoning.
Spencer Buchanan, the Central high
school student who died at his home,
2440 Portland avenue, July 23, was the^
victim of a peculiar accident, the re-'
suits of which were even move peculiar.
He was roller skating with several
of his friends, when he slipped and
struck his jaw against the shoulder of
his companion. He thought nothing of
it at the time, but a few days later a
tooth was found to be ulcerated. The
next phase was blood poisoning, and he
sank rapidly until his death.
Buchanan had just, completed his,nist
year at Centra! high school, and w'#sland
popular among Ms fellow-Students.:" He
was a diligent student, equally admired
by pupils and teachers. Before going
to Central high "he attended the Gar
iield. school, -where He held the hiffhest
office under the self-government sysLanritzen'sorHealth
tem. He was of a genial disposition,
svlf^s^fias
Last Da of Remodeling
Shoe Sale. IFMI
A. HnoDiaucn & sons
1V& AraMte Jloosc lii'^i
Misses' & Childs' JRj gk
White Canvas ffll%lf*
Oxfords, 75c kind W I
Friday Evening,
Ladies' Tan Cho- A A
colate Kid Bluch- Mf*
er Oxford Ties... tfVV
Misses' and Children's Tan Kid, 4-
strap Sandals, $1.25 Cfeffetfv
grade, for v^P.C
Misses' and Children's Tan Kid
Bluchers, lace,
for
FOR A
LIMITED TIME
TEAO
Received from
the International
Jury of Award.
Alfred Anderson, 1813 Marshall st ME.
Nelson it Erickson, 485 vt,
Qeo. Bedding1,'
25 CentraCentral av.
T. 0. Haugan, 654 Monroe st NE.
Wood Bros., 1808 Riverside av.
Chas. Johnson, 617 22d av S.
C. O. Nelson, 1221 E Franklin.
G-. 3. Hodges, 718 10th st S.
Allan Bros,, 928 Raymond av, St. An
thony Park.
Allen Bros., 1048 Raymond av, St. An
thony Park.
G. B. Gibson, 820 Western av.
Daniel Murphy, 1602 5th av N.
Emil Auhreoht, 8033 Washington av N,
Fred Haskell, 207 E Lake st.
98c
Little Women's Chocolate Tan Gib
son Ties, sizes 2 to 5, low heel,
$1.75 grade,
for. $1.25
Children's Tan Kid, Button and
Lace, only 75c Jk ftp
and. Children's Kid and Patent Strap
Sandals, children's WA Cm**.
sizes 3 to 8 ,^rC
Ladies' Tan Ooze Calf Blucher
Oxfords $2.50
grade $1.49
Ladies' Patent Strap Cfcfttf%
Sandals, only............. .vOv
Ladies' Imported Champagne Kid
Blucher Oxfords, Cuban and French
heels, $4.00 grade, (&ft Jfi 0
only 9^i40
Ladies' Patent Colt Oxford Ties,
$2.00 grades, gtf AQ
only 9 llMf
and his loss will be keenly felt by those
who were in various ways associated
with him.
LESS LAND SOLD
Figures Show Need of Immigration
Bureau Work.
Eecords in the state auditor's of
fice show that the sale of state school
lands has fallen off in recent years to
an alarming extent. The price obtain
able at auctions has also decreased.
In 1902 there were 108,290 acres of
state lands sold. During 1903 the num
ber of acres sold dropped to 80,000.
During 1904 the decrease was still
^freater^rthe total being but 18,000.
Durjnjg 1902 theaverage sale price at
auctions was $9 an acre. Last year
this average had changed to but $7,day.
a cheaper class of lands being offered.
Delicate, pale children need "Dr.
Table Malt." A
druggists, delivered to house. Phone,
N. W., East 440 Twin City, 13399.
FREE
We have tucti confidence in
the superiority of
COFFEE
The kind you drank at the World's Fair, that we have decided to present
FREE to one hundred housewives a
with the first purchase of a 2-pound can of our FAUST BLEND COFFEE or
a 3-pound can of ORANT CABIN COFFEE, or a 1-pound can of GRANT
CABIN TEA, in order to convince them that it is the best on earth or anywhere
else. The BLANKS SANITARY POT has attracted the attention of .sci-
entists everywhere, and this pot is recognized by all as the only pot that will
extract all the good qualities in coffee and none of the tannin, making.a per-
fect drink.
We are testing newspaper circulation. This pot sells regu-
larly for $1.75. You can obtain one free. Cut out this ad and
present it to any of the dealers named below and you will receive
one free with a trial order for Blanke's Coffee, packed in 2 or 3-
pound air-tight cans, or a 1-pound can of Grant Cabin Tea.
Dl AUIfE'Q Th Kin Yo Dran PflCEEE
BLANKE 5 at the World' Fai tlUiTEE
Highest Award,
Orand Prize
Gold Medal.
DEALERS
CITY NEWS
USE S KEROSENE
I N MANTL E BDBNEB
PROMISING INVENTION THE
WORK OF MINNEAPOLIS MAN.
0. D. Armstrong Devises a Lamp Wilch
Will Separate the Kerosene Gas and
Ignite About an Incandescent Mantle
Without SmutTests Show a High
Efficiency for the Lamp.
Success seems to be within the grasp
of a young Minneapolis inventor, O. D.
Armstrong, 224 New York Life build
ing. So implicit is his faith in an in
vention for the adaptation of coal oil
to an incandescent mantle burner for
illuminating purposes that he has re
fused an offer of $25,000 for the burner
which he has devised. While the in
vention is scientifically correct, certain
obstacles still exist to its immediate
commercial use. These, however, are so
simple as to be easily overcome and the
inventor is working to that end. The
design of the burner is such as to do
away with the chief objection to kero
sene, which is the formation of smut.
Professor Anthony Zeleny of the Uni
versity of Minnesota has made a careful
scientific analysis of the invention, in
which is shown the commercial value of
the lamp, which adapts the use of a safe
illuminant to the mantle burner, one
hitherto adaptable in country towns
where gas plants do not exist, only to
the dangerous illuminating agency of
ignited gasolene gas.
Mr. Armstrong appears, according to
this analysis, to have invented a lamp,
long sought for by corporations and in
dividuals, that could be used in rural
districts, where frequent gasolene ac
cidents have prevented that liquid from
reaching popularity.
Mr. Armstrong has devoted seven
years to perfecting his device, which
does away with the "cracking" of
kerosene, or its separation into a lighter
and a heavier oil when heated above the
normal boiling point, leaving a solid
clogging residue in the retort. This re
sult he has accomplished. The inven
tor took the wick lamp, in which the
oil does not."crack," as his ideal. His
device consists in the adaptation of the
aluminum group of metals to the heat
ing and vaporizing of the oil. This
froup has an affinity for kerosene gas.
the Armstrong lamp part of the gas
passes by a wire'gauze of this group of
metals, which is continually maintained
at red neat, automatically producing the
proper heat required to change the oil
into gas without smutting. I has elimi
nated obstacles unsurmountable to other
inventors and has clone away with the
necessity o using a liquid-saturated
piece of cotton to ignite the light.
According to Proressor Zeleny's test
in June the intensity of the light was
found to be 135 candle power, while
with coal gas a similar mantle operated
under the best conditions gave only 66
candle power. This is due to the greater
heating of the mantle in the Armstrong
lamp.
HAS A SOUVENIR
Governor Still Holds On to C. Seabury's
Bill.
Governor^ J. A. Johnson still has in
his possession the now famous,bill of
$790 rendered against the state, by^
Channing Seaburtf* of the, capitol com
mission, for "so-called services at $5 a
Frank'A. Day, the governor's pri
vate secretary, says the governor in
tends to keep the bill, and that it is
not being pushed for collection is
demonstrated by the fact that no dupli
cate of it has as yet been, presented to
the state auditor or state treasurer.
TO MINNEAPOLIS
HOUSEWIVES.
ITARY
E E POT
TEAS
S\ Oopeland, 4811 Washington av K.
Enterprise Grocery Co., 281 Cedar av.
Main Grocery Co., 1229 Main st NE.
Eng. Olson, 1631 Washington st NE.
O. Fagerbs, 2600 Central av.
3. B. Hanson, 857 Monroe st NE.
A. G. Johnson, 2832 Riverside av.
Nelson Bros., 2501 8th st S.
T. M. Carter, 2027. E Franklin.
0.- J.Crooker, 1925 4th av S.
E. J. Voight, 1418 Western.av.
H. M. Hogan. 1819 6th av N.
N. Carlson, 2014 25th av N.
H. A. Findorf, 4171 Washington av N.
Chas. E. Sampson & Co., Excelsior,
Minn.
For Further Information Address F. S. PRATT, 13 N. Third St., Minneapolis Representative.
FIVE
Highest
Awards
Carl 3. Johnson, 717 Cedar av.
Strand & Henrikson, 1315 Washington
av S.
O. A. Tinholt & Co., 711 Cedar av.
C. C. Christiansen & Co., 901 Minne
haha av.
F. L. Gates, 2 Western avenue.
3. Anderson, 459 Fierce st NE.
Blinkenberg & Gustafson, 1425 E Frank
lin av.
Lundherg & Gooding, 1101 E Franklin
avenue.
Anderson & Blomauist, Hopkins, Minn.
Mitchell Brothers, '827
Plymouth'i-~"j'-^
av.
3. Reid, 244 Plymouth av.
C. J. Carlson, 720-2 26th av N. X-fV $ &
Dafactiv* Page
THE MINNEAPOLIS JQURNAL
ANOTHER
P3k
fipvjr
ALL OF OUR $25, $27.50 and $30 fancy suits, single
and double breasted styles, hand made throughout
many of them the celebrated "Kensing
ton" brand. Saturday, your choice.-..
ALL OF OUR $18, $20 and $22.50 suits, fancy worsteds
and cheviots, strictly hand made ^f^l "7B%
and perfect fittingto go at. 0 i %3
A LINE OF ODDS AND ENDS-Near
ly all single breasted, Scotch effects
and worsteds, values up to $18
sizes up to 38. Satur
day.^....
6NE LO* OF OUTING SUITSTwo
piece, coats single breasted, values
up to $12.50. We must Q fmfl
close them out ak.... *P**W
$9.75
FANCTTATO WipTE VESTS, all
sizes new shipment just received,
$1.00 to $3.50.
i l: /W\
REMEMBERAny garment bought of
us will be kept in repair aa pressed
free of charge for one year.
English Semi-Porcelain.
In the Busy Basement
LUCKY PURCHASE enables us to offer a line of
English semi-porcelain at about hall the prices usually asked,
decorations are borders in underglaze dove blue.
Cups and Saucers, Breakfast Plates, Soup Plates, Tea Plates,
Pie Plates, Bowls, Oat Meal Saucers, Preserves, 1 flo
Berry Saucers, Salad Bowls choice, each vI*
CEREAL SETSIn delicate thin china, decorated in the
Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes, so dear to the hearts of the
little ones. Set consists of plate, bowl and
creamer, per set..,.*...............,
PLATE SETSIn same ware and decoration as aboveset
consists of cup, saucer and plate. Saturday,
per set ,..._
Lace Curtain Dept.
THIRD FLOOR.
TWENTY PIECES 36-inch Mottled Burlap,
particularly suited for floors or 4A
walls. Saturday only, per yard... iUU
THIRTY PIECES 33-inch Printed Cretonnes,
for draperies or box coverings.
Special for Saturday only, yard.
for draperies or box coverings JA^
LACE CURTAINSManufacturers' samples,
8for Saturday only
Two hundred mill ends, each.. 12
Two hundred full size curtains, each. -25c
Folding Go-Carts.
CLEARANCE SALE on Folding Go-Carts
and English Perambulators. The Best
Makes Only.
Fine. Fold-
ing and re-
clining Go-
Oart with
reed back,
am eled
gears that
are strong,
have spring
and, rubber
tire wheels.
For
83.90 $4.90 $5.90
Extra fine
folders and
1 i ners,
nicely up-
fiolstered
with dainty parasols, for $6.90. $7*90
and $8.90.
ENGLISH PERAMBULATORSWe have
just six left, the finest carriages made, fine
ly finished and upholstered in dark green,
blue and garnet. THESE SPECIAL LOW
PRICES FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Carriages worth* up to $37.50 $27.50
Carriages -worth up'-to $45.oo &3&.00
July 28, i90S-S^M"^-^'
SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS FOB OUR FALL AND WINTER CATALOGUE, TO BE ISSUED SOON.
New Colored Dress Fabrics for Saturday
New Arrivals Daily.
Keep in Touch With the Newest Productions in Dress Goods
by a Visit to This Department.
NEW TARTAN PLAIDS40-inch silk and wool,
poplin weave, in all the bright and beautiful color
combinations, suitable for ladies' waists and chil-
dren's dresses. Saturday, price, 4 G%
per yard *P 1 afc O
NEW PANAMAS46-inch Panamas in plain weave
and woven dots, all the new fall 4 ffef%
shades represented. Per yard &
PRIESTLEY'S CRAVENETTED COVERTS
56 to 60 inches wide in oxford, gray, brown, tan,
blue and green mixtures in stripes, checks and
plain effects. Price, per yard, (&0 7
$1.50, $2.00 and
MANNISH SUITINGSRough and plain effects in
stripes, checks, plaids and plain mixtures, 52 to 56
inches wide, light and dark color- & 9 fid
ings.
Per yard, $1.50 and.
RemarkableValues in Men's and Boys' Clothing
1 Department Located on the Second Floor.
Stationery Specials.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 5.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND ENVELOPES
Good, heavy cream stock, worth 5c per
pack. Saturday, a% TWO PACKS
per pack.. FOR 5
PEARL CREAM WRITING PAPER, smooth
finish, comes in pure cream90 sheets to
the pound. Special, Saturday, |A^
per pound am\M
ONE THOUSAND fine writing tablets, KZg*
worth 10c. Saturday special.,.. O
Drug Sundries.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 7.
TOILET SOAP15c Rose and violet, witcta
Hazel, Glycerine, Oatmeal and Apple Blos
som Toilet Soapthree cakes in a O A
box. Special, per box...... O
TOILET SOAPGlycerine and Witch Hazel.
Saturday special, per 41
cake l2u
HAIR BRUSHESRegular price 50c, with
10 rows of very best bristle. OKtf
Saturday special mm *PO
ONE DOLLAR wire bristle Hair Brush, with
pneumatic cushion. Saturday, ORA
special to close ""UU
Linen Center Pieces.
INTRODUCTION CIRCLE NO. 8.
EIGHTEEN-INCH, round, plain linen, scal
loped edge Center rieces, regular m^ SKA
38c quality, Saturday, each.. am\w3%M
Special Sale Chemise
SECOND FLOOR.
HANDSOME CHEMISES in fine nainsook,
fine lace insertion and ribbon in neck, skirt
trimmed with tucked ruffle. These garments
sell regularly at $1.25. Special "7 Rf*
for Saturday.
*2
ALL STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE.
RAINCOATSA full and complete line, ranging in
price from $7.75 to $32.50.
In the Boys9
Clothing Section.
ROYS' LONG PANTS SUITS of firm woven tweeds in
gray and brown mixtures, light and dark shades,
also fine navy blue serge, well made
and perfect fitting, 14 to 20 years,
$10 and $12 suits, &f&
Saturday only i &
BOYS' double-breasted suits and Nor
oiks of fine all wool cheviots in gray
and brown plaids, neat mixtures and
stripes, also navy blue serges and
blue unfinished worsted, 7 to 17
years, values up to fl Jfc A
$7.50. Saturday only. .*'**V
FINE WASHABLE Sailor Suits in
plain linen and neat colorings, per
fectly tailored, values up "to ^4
$3.50. Saturday only ..N*
Clearance Sale of Oxfords
Second Floor.
BAREFOOT SANDALSNew assortment just received tan
ooze and white bixek axe the latest leathers. Al sizes
children, boys and girls. The prices are
$1.00, $1.50 and
WOMEN'S TAN OXFORDSSpecial clearing sale
All $3.00 Oxfords at $2.39 All $5.00 Oxfords at $3.98
MEN'S TAN OXFORDSAll this season's goods at special'
prices
$3.50 Men's Tan Oxfords at $2.79.
$5.00 Men's Tan Oxfords at $3.98.
BOYS' TAN OXFORDSJust the sort for everyday wear
Little Men's sizes, 9 to 13y2, at $1.50.
Boys' sizes, 1 to 5y2 at $1.75.
A
White Goods.
THIRTY-CENT quality of imported India
Lindn. Saturday, special, per fA
TOWELSHemstitched Baby Towels, size
15x24, all linen, very, fine quality, put up
one dozen in a boxworth O A A
$4.50 dozen. Special........ Ml O V1F
EXTRA LARGE size hemmed honeycomb
spreads, in Marseilles designs, fr| 4 A
regular $1.39 quality. Special I
Leather Goods.
or straps, linen
lined, with or
without shirt
fold, it's worth
$6.50. Saturday
$4.98
1 It
$2.0fo 0
A
yard 100
FORTY-INCH India Linonour reg- JC
ular sy2c quality. Saturday, yard... O
WHITE FIGURED WAISTINGS, in pretty
flower designs, regular 80c qual- 4 fi A
ity. Saturday special, yard I ml#.
LADIES' HAND/
BAGS W
will place on
sale an exten-
sive line of
ladies' hand
bags, regular
values $1, $1.25
and $1.50. Sat-
urday
95c
ALSO A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of
ladies' hand bags, ranging in price from
$1.75, $2.00, to $2.25. Your
choice Saturday.
SOLID COWHIDE SUIT CASEFinest brass
locks, catches
FINE EERATOL CASEWith good brass
lock, catches or straps, linen lined, with.
shirt fold, 24 inches, long, 6 inches deep,
worth $4.00. Our price Sat- (^A E A
urday VmmmW
a
$1.49

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