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WOLPER GROCERY X:0 Successor to Ginter Grocery Go. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Open Evenings Best Jersey Cranberries, 2 qts 25c Best Sweet Potatoes, 9 lbs for 25c Oranges, large fancy Floridas, per dozen 25c Florida Sweets, any size, box $2.65 APPLHSAPPLES Fancy Northern Spies and Bald wins, in 1 bn boxes, your choice '$1.25 ApplesNorthern Spies, Green ings and Baldwins, pk.. 35 40c Best Burbank Potatoes, bu....65c Best Mixed Nuts, 5 lbs for 65 New Shelled Almonds, per lb. 40c New Shelled Walnuts, per lb. -30c New Seeded Raisins, 3 pkgs.... 28c Imported Cluster Raisins, per lb 25c Fancy Sultana Raisins, per lb. -15c Clean Currants, 3 1-lb pkgs... 25c New Halloween Dates, 3 pkgs 25c New large Citron, Lemon or Or ange Peel, per lb 15c Popcorn, 2-year-o'.ld Best, 8 lbs 25c Imported Olive Oil, qt bottle.. -65c Prunes, 30 to 40, verv finest 10- ib box $1.00 Maple Sugar, 2-lb -cake, for 23c Maple Syrup, 1 gal. cans, strictly fine $1.00 Medium Brown STijgar, 24 lbs $1.00 Nabisco Wafers, 3 pkgs for 25c TTneeda Biscuit, 6 for. 25c Ginger Snaps, 5 lb& for 25c COFFEES AND TEAS Best 2V lbs Java, and Mocha CoiTee, in can, for 50c Best Tea, any kind, 1*4 lbs for 50c MEATS Turfteys, Geese, Dn'ks and Chick ens' cheaper than the cheapest. Lamb Legs, per lb 13 Pork Lioin, per lb. 8V2C Pot Roavst, per lb...,, Bib Roast, per lb 10~12V2C Round Steak, per lb .g Homemade Mincemeat, 3 lbs. -25c Best Sugar-cured Ham, lb HV2C .Fancy Celery, six in bunch, for 15 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with all Cash and C. O. D. Orders. We also give as an Inducement for Chrislmias double the amount of Trading Stamps on all Teas and Coffees. BOTH PHO.NES. Chri8t 1 JEWELERS. New Importations Arriving Daily. New Designs. New Ideas That Will Surely Please Even the Most Fastideous. 712 Nicollet Ave, ICE GORGE THREATENS GITY'S WATER SUPPLY Special to The Journal. BOOKSELLER AND IMPORTER. 605 First Avenuee South Minneapolis. a ffer or 1 Vi Fort Dodge, Iowa, Dec. 21.An ice gorge, extending from above the waterworks of this city to a point in the Des Moines river below Kalo, a dis tance of more than six miles, threat ens to shut off the water supply of the city, owing to anchor ice collecting around the intake in the river. The gorge has been forming for a week and each day adds to its length and grad ual rise of the water. The river is now five feet above normal. Superintendent Pray of the water works is watching the river day and night to guard against serious conse quences. Continued warm weather as sists in cementing the gorge, and unless cold weather comes soon the results will be disastrous. Anchor ice forms in the bottom of the stream in the swift cur rent and it is almost impossible to dis lodge it. Pipes and Tobacco Jars. Best selection ever seen in Minne apolis. Cox & Harris, 413 Nicollet, 400 lst'av S. Cutlery, Skates, Skis. Gardner Hardware Co., 304-6 Henn. av. Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Jars. Hundreds of things to select from for the smoker. Cox & Harris, 400 1st av S, 413 Nicollet av. Croup. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleasant and safe to take. King of All Cough Medicines. Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of Can ton Center, Conn., who has been in the IT. S. service for about sixteen years, says: "W have tried many cough medicines for croup, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is king of all and one to be relied upon every time. We also find it the best remedy for coughs and colds, giving certain results and leav ing no bad after effects. We are never without it in the house." No Opium in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is not the least danger in giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small children as it contains no opium or other harmful drug. It has an established reputation of more than thirty years as the most successful medicine in use for co^ds, croup aud whooping cough. It always cures and is pleasant to take. Children like it. PIANOS.... BUY YOUR Xmas Gifts OF Eustis See us in our new quarter, when you want a PIANO8 Segerstrom Piano Co. th largest and finest stock of rare and handsomely bound books west of Chicago. Many unusual books at moderate prices. Fine Library Sets of StandardAuthors Dickens, Thackeray, Scott, Fiske, Prescott, Macaulay, Byron, George Eliot, Balzac, Hugo, Swift, Lecky, Freeman, Pope, Lamb, Parkman, AND MANY OTHERS. Cheap Round-Trip Rates The Rock Island SOUTHWEST JANUARY 2nd AND loth, 1906. Oklahoma City. ,$14.15 $18.20 El Reno.... 14.15 Ft. Worth 16.35 21.50 Galveston 20.75 28.15 Denver....:.. 17.45 25:70 Proportionately low rates to all Southwestern points. One way rate and round trip. Full information on request. Office 322 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis. Minn. W. L. HATHAWAY, ,fBff h.iw .i NpMi! 804 Nicollet Ave. Bros* One Round Way. Trip. 18#2o L* STEECE A* RoclkH Island DIst Pass. Agent. iHiflYilf City Pass. & Tkt. Agt. ^'-r-r *A? .54^^ *^A-fi,V.^Sj-^-*Zn..sH**'-i SfO^ ^hiirsday" Evening ^WW^Wmm TH MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALJ LA FOLOTTE ELECTION COSTS HIM NOTHING Sieoial to The Journal. Madison, Wis., Dec. 21.For the first time in the history of Wisconsin, and perhaps in the history of the nation, a sworn statement was made to the effect that a senator was elected with out the expenditure of one cent by himself or his friends. Senator La Follette filed a'statement of his campaign expenses during his senatorial campaign. They amounted to nothing. Mr. a Follette will have to sign his own credentials, which may give the down-east officials the impression that he is the whole thing in Wisconsin poli tics. TRAMPLED TO DEATH. Speolal to The Journal. Sioux City, Iowa. Dec. 21.K. Muenv, a wealthy farmer of. Mapleton, was trampled to death by a herd of cattle. He disappeared two days ago, and. a search. was made for him. Today *the body was found. Cigars, Pipes and Novelties. Just the thing for Xmas. Cox & Har ris, specialists, 400,1st av S, 413 Nic. v*y Xmas Fur Collars OUR OWN MAKE. River Mink Collars, $^.50. South American Beaver Collars, $5 Seal Dyed Nutria Collars, $10. Persian Lamb Collars, $12,50. Unplucked Otter Collars, $10. Black Marten Collars, $15. Hudson Bay Otter Collars, $25. Labrador Otter Collars, $27.50. WASHINGS^ %OM3 Attorney General Young and State Auditor Irerson have submitted a brief to Attorney Gen eral Moody on the application of the secretary of the interior and the secretary of agriculture for an opinion as to the practice to be followed by the state of Minnesota lu selecting lands under the swamp grant. Senator Hansbrough today introduced to the president G. B. Wetzger, W. B. Oversow, J. W. Jackson and wife. E. G. Greenup and Frank Jones of Wlllltstoii and Buford, the delegation which is in Washington to secure definite ac tion on the construction of the three pumping projects in North Dakota, known as the Willis ton and Buford-Trenton projects. Hansbrough urged the president to use his influence to have $2,200,000 set aside by thd secretary of the interior, and the president said he would do what be could to bring this about. Pipes and Cigars. Cox & Harris, 413 Nicollet and 400 1st av S, have a complete line. My Hair is Scragglu Hand Crafted I Neckwear 900 JOOZ. NEW HOLIDAY POURR IN-HANDS AND SQUARES-EX tra large shapes. Cords, warps, bare theas, swivels. $1 silks, Christmas special REGULAR 50c SILK NECKWEAR French fold four-in-hands 50cgrade 25c LYPORD ENGLISH NECKWEAE$1.50 St. Etienne imported weaves, $2. INDIA CHUDDA SILK: NECKWEAR Brocades, $1. 50c i Umbrellas and OutiS'"" SUIT CASE UMBRELLAS Hatural wood jointed handles, folding to fit in suit case $5 quality........ %Pt3 TAFFETA SILK UMBRELLAS Scorched buck horn handles, $5. OIL BOILED SILK UMBRELLAS, $2. PARTRIDGE WOOD CANESIn laid handles, Si.50 WANGEE CANES^-Scorched buck handles $5 quality, $3. NEW PERSIAN LAMB ALEXIS CAPSLargest line in the North west ^fcl 2 ''MINNESOTA1' PENNANTS and Pennants from 36 other schools, "east.and -west, -!75c. BoyV Holiday Apparel YOUTHS* BUSINESS SUITSSingle and double breast ed all wool cheviots and cassimeres. Plain O A cut. Sizes 14 to 20 yeaYs $12 quality... POd \J YOUTHS' COLLEGE OVERCOATSScotch plaids and Metcalf mixtures belted or box. Sizes 14 to 20 $18 grade, $12.50. YOUTHS' COLLEGE SUITSSerges, Thibets, Worsteds, Fan- cies. Single and double breasted* Varsity shapes. Sizes 14 to 20. Special, $12. YOUTHS' OVERCOATSOxfords, Cheviots, Novelty Plaids 14 to 20 years $15 quality, $9.75* BOYS' PEAJACKETS FOR SKATINGFriezes and chin chillas 6 to 17 $7.50 values, $5. CHILDREN'S FANCY HUS- SAR OVERCOATSKerseys and chinchillas sizes 3 to 8. Special, $5 Men's Christmas Clothes FANCY WEAVE OVERCOATS-Surtouts Paletots, Rytons. All proportions for men and young men of any physique $20, $22, $24 and $25 values, Christmas special CANADIAN CHEVIOT OVERCOATS and storm proof friezes. Strong $15* values, $9.75 SCOTCH PLAID SUITS-Imported fabrics. Men's and young men's suits of every propor tion. $20, $22, $24 and $25 grades, $15 SEMI-DRESS SUITSVenetian lined Llama Thibets. Deep center vents welt seams, $20. BLACK THIBET CRAVANEiTTESSlater woolens also Kuppenheimer $22.50 cravanette coats, $15 "RAIN-SHED" OVERCOATS-1,200 in al* Worsteds of reg. $15 quality, special $9.75 JUVBNIXE SUITSSilk trimmed Russians, Etons and Norfolks. Sizes 3 to 10 $10 value, $0.50. CHILDREN'S NOVELTY SUITS Busters, Norfolks, and Etons. Serges and Scotches. Sizes 3 to 10. $8.50 quality, $5. Very Low Excursion Bates for Christ mas Holidays To all points on the Nickel Plate road between Chicago and Buffalo. Dates of sale, Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30 and 81, 1905. and Jan. 1, 1906, limit returning Jan. 3, 1906., Bate one and a third fare for the round trip. Individual club meals ranging in price from 35c to $1, and midday luncheon, 50c, served in Nickel Plate dining cars also ser vice a la carte. No excess fare. Chi cago city ticket offices, 111 Adams street and Auditorium Annex. Depol La Salle and Van Buren streets, the only depot in Chicago on the elevated loop. A Box of Cigars for Xmas. If he smokes, give him a box from Cox & Harris' big stock. 400 1st av S and 413 Nicollet. aa*+i*. *:-#Mu^lm-L-ini-**mmipmm^ Do you like it? Then why be contented with it? Have to be? Oh, not Just put on Ayer's Hair Vigor and have long, thick hair soft, even hair beautiful hair, without a single gray line in it. Have a little pride. Keep young just as long as you can. J.C.AWOO., Lowell, Mass. STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK. MINNHAPOIiIS-315-325 Nicollet Ave. ST. PAUL-Seventh and Robert Sts. Gifts of Character and Worth-Specialties for Ben and Boys The Prestige of Unmatchable Values Centers Greatest Christmas Buying Here. Christmas Gloves INITIAL SILK HANDKERCHIEFS Rich French' silk and linen handkerchiefs. Extra large sizes. Hemstitched or plain. Fancy and pure wjiites $1 quality. PURE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFSAnd silk full dress handkerchiefs, $1. JAP( SILK HANDKERCHIEFS and imported Irish linen handkerchiefs, 25c. Holida Nigh Robes MUIJ^ NIGHT SHIRTSSilk front and silk cuffs, tan, blue and pink trim- -g EJ med, regular $2.50 quality'. 1 7 \3 FRENCH DOMET FLANNEL PAJAMAS, $2 grade, SOISETTE NIGHT SHIRTSSilk embroidered, $3.75 value, $2.50. DOMET FLANNEL NIGHT SHIRTS, 50c $15 A-*-December 21, 1905. QualitySatisfaction DENT'S, PERRIN'S AND FOWNE'S Dress Gloves. Lined or unlined. Worth up to $2 and $2.50 $1.50 SILK LINED KID AND MOOHA GLOVES, and French Chevrette Gloves, $1.50 grade, $1. FANCY GOLF GLOVESWor sted knit, 50c. LAMB'S WOOL LINED REIN DEER GLOVES, $2.25. DOG SKIN FUR GLOVES AND MITTS, $5. Handkerchiefs for Presents 50c VELVET SMOKING JA0KETS-$15 grade, $12 GOLF CLOTH SMOKING JACKETS Hand tailored, $8 quality, $5. MATELABSE SMOKING JACKETS Richest fancy materials woven, $12.50 CAMEL'S HAIR SMOKING JACK- ETS, $9.75. BLANKET CLOTH BATH ROBES- $7.50 DOUBLE FACED, ANKLE LENGTH BATH ROBES, $8.50 MEDICATED FLANNEL AND TER- RY CLOTH BATH ROBES, $5. SURAH TOWELING BATH ROBES Ankle lengths. Mingled stripes. Girdle* to match, $5 value, $2.95. Gordon Gift Caps Invisibly Pieced Seal Caps, Detroit or' College Shapes, $6 grade, $4.75 .^.UZr?} 4 "flpsj Always Acceptable. Every Shape. Every Style.^ Silk or Chamois Lined. All with Patent Brook Mink Inband. $1.50 "Royal" Gordons, with beaver in-band, $3.50 ii in^f i k~- -Ji. THE EVENING LUXURY CEYLON AND INDIA TEA. i Anticipated with Delight by All Who Use It. Never Sold by Peddlers or in Bulk. Lead Packets Only, at 60c and 70c per pound. By All Grocers. HIQHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, 1904. & *9A|3oaj noA S13M.SUV am mjM. pausu'BS aq njAi noj pae A"BM yem pB )UBM. A*. S u.iio jnoif a*!JAl *no. aoj eiqBjjns sj uonjsodoad aqj ?ou JO jaqiaqM. }qSje ass S uo noiC os XJO S d^oqM. jno pvaads UOJUM. sauo am aq oj uiaqj pay in* $ 3 noX esi30 XjaAd -noX O) readdB )sota qoiqM. Suipao^ jo saj.tjs aq-j sa* pu sreSisd )UBM. aq* JAO HOOI OJ nail B\ }j JUBAI. iBuanof 3uj jaM. oaojag 4 8 Merchandise in Gift Boxes With,' out Extra Charge. Money Cheerfully Refunded Be fore or After Christmas. Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received. Use Our Merchandise Bond System. Swell Gift Suspenders SWISS EMBROIDERED SUS- PENDERSTwill weaves, light and dark patterns. Specially adapted to Christmas giving, in fancy boxes75c and ^x $1 quality O ORIENTAL SILK SUSPENDERS Roman gold plated buckles, fancy trimmed, $1. SILK AND SATIN SUSPENDERSSterling silver and 14-carat Eoman gold plate buckles. Plain for embroidering, $1.50. Christmas for Your Boy Immense Smoking Jacket Stocks EXTRA LENGTH LOUNGING ROBES AND REGULATION SHORT CUT REVERSIBLE CLOTH SMQKIN JACKETS-Fine blanket materials Plain and fancy effects d^T tZ\ Swiss tones $10 values \J SILK AND LINEN MUFF- LERSPlain blacks, whites and browns. Square shape. Full size. $1.50 /Lf% quality O HIGH OUT LEATHER SHOE PACS, $1.19. SKATING SWEATERS, $ 1 5 0 FUR COLLARS, $2. CASTLE WINDSOR TD38, 25c ROUGH RIDER GAUNTLETS, 75c DRESS GLOVES, $1. SILK TRIMMED SUSPEN- DERS, 50c. FUR LINED CAPS, $ 1 SKATING TOQUES, 89c. STIFF BOSOM SHIRTS, 98c Selz Gift Shoes Christmas Slippers, Hand Turned, Russian, Seal, Calf and Vici. Extra Value, $1.39 rrs Sold Direct or by Bond. All Leathers. All Styles. Drill or Cold Proof Calf Lining. All with Celebrated Non-leak "Sole of Honor." $3.50 it J- V"