Newspaper Page Text
mm 9~ ^SKi Big Sale of Ladies' Fur Lined Coats at $17.50, $25, $35, $45.00, $57.50 and $67.50 $3.00 to for M\4 Where Fashion Reigns 403-405 Nicollet Ave. Generous Price Reductions ON EVERY GARMENT UNMATCHABLE BARGAINS Hundreds of Garments HALF PRICE Handsome Evening CoatsRegular price $20 to $60, at Walking and Dress SkirtsRegular price $10 to $20, at Children's and Misses' CoatsRegular price $6.50 to $15, at Shirtwaist Suits and CostumesReg ular price $7.50 to $75, at Silk and Crepe de Chine WaistsReg ular price $8.50 to $25, at Fine Undermufilins, Corset Covers, i Drawers,Gowns,Chemises and Under- 0 *T AT skirtsRegular price 75c to $7.50, at- "Km wL IOC12VaG Beef Boasts, lb..'. 6c 8c~10c Beef Stews, lb 3c4c5c Pork Boasts, lb 8o9cIOC Pork Steaks and Chops, lb 9oIOC12V2C Mutton and Veal Boasts, lb 10c~l2%C Lamb Legs and Chops, lb I2V2C Plank and Eib Corn Beef, lb 4 Picnic Hams, lb 8 Chickens (fresh dressed), lb 10c12%c14c iTurkeys, Ducks and Geese at lowest prices. Oysters, per quart.... -35c50c 415 to 419 Nicollet Ave. Friday Evening, TWO HUNDRED FUB-LTNED COATS at pricfcg far below the original cost $17.50 $25 $35 $45 $57.50 $67.50 ONE HUNDRED OOATSLoose back and tight fitting coats, mixtures and plain ^jg \C\ materials, $20, $25 and $30 coats 1t5 Seventy-five good Long Coats, plain broadcloth, kersey and gray mixtures, tight-fitting and loose backs, $15, $17.50, $20 "|/"k f\C\ and $25.00 Coats for ...^Hw.UU All Trimmed Hats to be Sold for Less than Cost of Material $4.00 Hats $5.00, $6.00 and $7100 Hats for GOLDBERG'S $1.25 $2.50 $5.00 624 HENNEPIN AVE. Special for Saturday: ffry Goldberg's Special Mocha and Java Best Coffee, 2% lbs 48c Pure bulk Cocoa, lb 2*7C California Lemons, dozen 10c Oranges, sweet Navels, dozen 15c Goldberg's Pride Flour, 98 lbs. .$2.35 Fresh Cornmeal, 10 lbs ^I5c Panoy Japan Bice, 5 lbs 2 5 Handpicked Beans, 4 qts. 2f5c Gloss Starch, bulk, 6 lbs 20c iWashing Soda, 8 lbs lOo Lenox and Swift's Pride Soap, 10 bars 2*7C 15 extra S. & H. Trading Stamps with Sapolio, two bars 20c Mustard Sardines (large), 8 cans 18c California Peaches and Apricots in syrup, 3-Ib cans, 2 for 25c Sugar, Granulated, 100 lbs $4.65 Soda and Oyster Crackers, lb 5 MEAT DEPARTMENT. Beef Steaks, lb 8c $10 $12 and CEDAR FALLS, IOWA^-The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Campbell reached here for inter ment from Benova, Mian., where the funeral services were held. The deceased was a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs. 3. H. Smith of this city. What makes her death doubly sad Is that It occurred less than a month after the death of her sister, Miss Maggie Smith. Browning,King & Co ORIGINATORS AND SOLE MAKERS OF HALF-SIZES IN CLOTHING PREPARATORY to stock-taking Jan. 1 we have sorted out and placed on sep- arate tables about 500 winter weight INSTALL NEW OFFICERS Masons' Lodge at Bayfield Holds In teresting Session. KATFIELD, WISThe officers elected fc* Bayfield lodge, No. 215, A. F. and A. M.. were duly installed last night by Past Master A. H. Wilkinson, At the close of the lectures, Mr. Wilkinson WEB presented with a past master Jewel by W. W. Downs in behalf of the lodge he has served for the past five years. There has been some discussion among the lodges thruout the northwest as to the youngest master, but it is believed that honor belongs to Bayfield, as Mr. Wilkinson was made a Mason when he was a few months over 21 years, and has worked right up to the master's chair, to which he was elected three years later. The following officers were Installed. Henry J. Sikes, A. G. McHenry, J. O. Bailey, A. O. La Bonte and Paul Miedhke. Suits and Overcoats reducing the prices for Saturday CUMBERLAND, WIS.Loralne postofflce, twelve miles west of here, has been removed from Gronquist's lake to Risberg Bros.' store and the name changed to McEinley. Oscar Ris byg has been appointed postmaster. Fifteen Dollars. The bargain-hunter is sure to find prizes by a look through these lines the Browning, King & Co. quality of course. & & Low Bates To all points on the Soo Line for the Holidays. Tickets on sale Dec. 22d to Jan. 1st, 1906, good to return until Jan. 2d. 1906. For further particulars call at ticket office. 119 Third street S. sa $15 Hats for NORTHWEST NECROLOCHO MANKATO, MINN The renudn Urn Laura Yasser, wife of the principal of the Fosston (Minn) schools, arrived in the today and were shipped to Vermillion, 8 for burial. She was 86 years of age, and her death was due to consumption. Her home was foimerly at Alma City, In Waseca comity. HELENA, MONTW T. Simonton. a resi dent of Helena since 1863, during which time he was engaged in contracting, and who built many of the large buildings in Helena, died yes terday, aged 68 years. HM urrlYad by a wife and two sisters. RACINE, WIS.Joseph Miller, a former mayor and prominent shoe manufacturer, died here today of heart trouble. He was 78 rears of age. to 415 to 419 NicolletAve. YORK Factory. Cooper Square. Supreme Court In addition to the confirmation of the inheritance tax law, noted else where, the supreme court today handed down the following decisions Robertson Lumber company, respondent, vs. Cam eron Anderson et al., defendants Cameron Anderson, appellant. Syllabus A partial payment made upon a partnership debt, after the dissolution of the firm, will suspend the operation of the statute of limitations as to other partners in favor of the creditor receiving such payment, who has had dealings with the partnership and bad no notice of its dissolution. Notice to an agent of a corporation to be notice to such corporation must be to an agent who is acting within the scope of his authority, and ir-ust concern some matter which It is his duty to communicate to his principal. No particular kind of notice, whether actual or constructive, is essential to charge the cred itor with notice of dissolution of a partnership. In this case, payment on a partnership debt was .made by one partner to the traveling audi tor of the creditor firm Two general managing agents of that firm, whose authority to receive notice was disputed, had actual notice of the dissolution. Their books contained entries of sales to the firm and of sales to one partner as an individual after the dissolution It was the admitted duty of the traveling auditor to, and he did, examine these books. Held, the' question of notice to the firm thru alxt these agents was one of fact for the jury. Order reversed. Jaggard, J. Almlra Cochran, respondent, vs. James Z. Coch ran et al., defendants Carl Brock et al., ap pellants. Syllabus: Action to set aside a deed and mortgage as fraudulent as to the plaintiff and to subject the land therein described to the payment of her Judgment for alimony. Held, that: FirstThe trial court properly exercised its discretion in refusing to submit the Issues of fact^to a jury. SecondThere were no reversible errors in the rulings of the court as to the admission of evidence. ThirdThe right to challenge the validity of a deed or other transfer of property on the ground of fraud extends to others than creditors in the strict sense of that term. A wife, after a decree dissolving her marriage and awarding her alimony, may maintain an action to set aside a transfer of property made by her hus band pending the divorce action with intent to render ineffectual any recovery by her of any alimony which might be adjudged to her by the decree. FourthThe evidence is sufficient to sustain the findings and decision of the trial court to the effect that, the deed and mortgages were fraudulent as alleged. Order affirmed. Start, O. 3. State of Minnesota, respondent, vs. A, O. Bry ant, appellant. Syllabus: It is not competent by way of impeachment to ask a witness on cross-examina tion If ho had ever been arrested for a crime, or if he was in attendance on court in custody of a sheriff under arrest for a crime, without any reference to whether or not witness had ever been convicted of a crime While the testimony of a detective or in former should be closely scrutinized, evidence as to his bad reputation for truth and veracity of a date so remote as not to reasonably bear upon his reputation, at the time of testifying is properly excluded. A number of assignments of error directed to the charge of the trial court in a trial under an indictment for the crime of selling intoxicat ing liquor in a quantity less than five gallons, without first obtaining a license, are here ex amined and found to contain no substantial error. Judgment affirmed. Jaggard, J. Hugh McCaffrey, appellant, vs. Otto Burkhardt, respondent. Syllabus: An Indorsement of payment on a ne gotiable Instrument is in the nature of a re ceipt, not of a contract. It may be contradicted *br explained by parol. In this case the evidence Is examined and held sufficient to Justify a finding of fact that the notes secured by a mortgage were -not in fact paid, altho there were Indorsements of pay ments thereon, and that the mortgage was not kept alive for the purpose of hindering or de laying or defrauding any person, and in particu lar a creditor of the mortgagor, the Hen of whose judgment was subsequent to the lien of the mortgage. Order affirmed. Jaggard, J. Robert D. Berg, respondent, vs. S Paul City Railway company, appellant. Syllabus: Action to recover damages for an Bsault alleged to have been committed upon the plaintiff by the defendant's employees who were in charge of a car on which he was a pas senger. Held: FirstWhere the act of defendant, which is the subject matter of the action, is shown to have been wanton or malicious or fraudulent or oppressive and of such a character as to indicate that he acted with a reckless disregard of the rights of the plaintiff, the Jury in their discre tion may award to the plaintiff in addition to his compensatory damages such further reason able sum as exemplary damages as they may deem just, but the plaintiff is not entitled to such damages as a matter of legal right in any case. SecondThe evidence herein does not show a case for exemplary damages. Order reversed and new trial granted. Start, M"Pn*t. cCord rp o? t? 0 2 onBtltutlotta THE MINNEAPOLIS Minneapolis,.J.C St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Railway company appellant. ftyllabus: In this, an action to recover for per sonal injuries received by the plaintiff in a col lision between two railway trains of the de fendant, held, that the trial court did not err in submitting to the jury the question of the permanency of the plaintiff's Injuries, and that the damages awarded are not so excessive as to Justify any Interference with the verdict. Order affirmed. _start, a J. State of Minnesota, plaintiff, TS. H. Braum. de fendant. .J&^U ^"Ptw 8*6 theGeneral Laws, a.b u8 stat Bates 10 4 N. W. 709, followed. An indictment nnder that law charging the solicitation of a contract for the sale of spir ituous liquors for future delivery, in a less quantity than five gallons, without a license committed by the defendant at a time and place mentioned, by soliciting a person named, without a license, but not stating whether the crime was committed by defendant in his own behalf or as an agent of another, sufficiently 'Specifies a public offense. Affirmed. Jaggard, 3. William D. Young and Harrlson^L. Schmitt appellants, TS. the City of Mankato, respond! ent. Syllabus: A board of freeholders appointed to draft a charter for a municipality cannot employ and agree to pay one or more of its members as attorneys for the board to furnish adyice to it and to prepare a charter for it. Order affirmed. Jaggard, J. BLOOM AT NASHVILLE? Report Beaches Hastings that Patient Gives Himself Up. HASTINGS, MINNIt is reported that Au gust Bloom, formerly of Bed Wing, who es caped from the Hastings Insane asylum a few months ago, has given himself np to the au thorities at Nashville, Tenn. Judge F. Crosby of this city was elected president of the Sons of the American Revolu tion at the annual meeting held In St. Paul There will be an athletic meet of the boys' physical culture class of St. Boniface parochial school at St. Boniface hall on Jan. 4 and 7 with several interesting events. It will be con ducted under the direction of Professor De Witt, assistant Instructor of athletics at St. John's university, Collegeville, Minn. The following officers of Dakota lodge. No. 7, A. F. and A. were elected last evening and Installed by Irving Todd, D.D.G.M, with A. B. Johnson, M., as marshal W,M., C. B. Reed S W., I. Radabaugh, Jff,, J. A. Holmqaist treasurer, M. Sullivan secretary, S. B. Rude 8 P. Hedin J.D., H. 0 Heinsch S S J. O. Hartin J.S A. B. Walbrldge tyler, A. A Scott. SUDDEN DEATH OF CURL Mother Discovers Daughter Lying Dead on Floor of Kitchen. HUDSON, WIS,A strangely sudden death ocevred here when Miss Jamesanna Kelly of East Hudson fell dead from paralysis of the heart. She had been to a neighbor's and brought home a child, of which she was very fond. She was playing with it in the kitchen, when her mother, Mrs. Kellyy-and a sister in another room, heard a fall, -followed by baby cries. Hurrying in, Mrs. Kelly found her daughter dead on the floor, with the baby beside her, wildly serelining. The young woman had not been ill and no death could have been mote unexpected. She will be burled today. KNIGHTS OF GRIP ORGANIZE Lodge at Bed Wing Will Be Instituted Tonight. RED WING. MINN.A lodge of the United Commercial Travelers association will be in stltuted here tonight. The ceremonies will take BrrandaCounsellor lace Masonic ball, and there will be present Walter G. Jacobs of Aberdeen, and Past Grand Counsellor George Sogers of St Paul. There are many traveling men living here, ana many have belonged to either the St. Paul or Winona lodge. They will withdraw from those and, with about twenty new mem bers, will crganlze a local lodge. Commercial travelers of Cannon Falls. Lake City. Zumbrota and jrtiier netaby towns may become members of 4be lied Wing organisation. COOMXDtMK^j^ JOURNAL. IT" O i Early Closing COMMENCING Tuesday, Jan. 2d, 1906, and con tinuing until further notice, this store will close'at 5:30 every evening with the ex ception of Saturday. Cold Weather Furnishings No doubt in the haste to purchase elaborate, showy holi- day gifts, such practical useful materials as seasonable bed furnishings were forgotten. Cold weather will remind you of their needfulness. May we remind you of our splendid stock and moderate pricings? Bedding 10-4 Cotton Blankets, tan only pair 39c 11-4 Cotton Blan- f\C\ kets, tan or gray pr.. pl*UU Good, clean, white cotton filled Comforters, stitched, -j g* 72x78 in. Special ea..*pla?d Fine Cambric Comfortables, filled with white corded cotton stitched 72x8 d f\\ inches. Each......... 4) Vj\J 50c neckwear at 25c. 25o neckwear at 10c and 12 l-2o. 10c neckwear at 5c. 5c neckwear at lc. A small assortment of 50c yokes at 25c. Flannels Cream white Dome* Flannel remnants, in 5 to 10-yard lengths fnU 27 inches wide good 7c quality. Special, yard....vC All wool Waist Flannels, in the most desirable colors, as reds, navys, brown, green and gray. A yard Ladies^jHeckwear One-Half Price We have a considerable quantity and a generous assort- ment of stylish neckwear that has become soiled by handling, resultant from the big holiday week rush, as well as from counter and window displays. These goods when cleaned are as good as new, but we have not the time or facilities at hand to do this, and so offer them to you at half price. They include latest creations in stocks and turnovers. Holiday Toys and Qames Price & Saturday is the last day of the half price toy sale. At a meager expense the holiday happiness of many a little child can be rounded out to full fruition by the addition of a pretty toy or game. Any book in our stock at 25 per cent discount. Basement Dignity of bearing and beauty of form distinguish the wearers of well fitting, well made corsets such as we sell. December 29, 1905. MINNEAPOLIS: Ml-503-505-507-509-611 NICOLLET AVENTJH. NEW YORK: 464 BROOME STREET. MANCHESTER: PARIS: CHEMNITZ: 17 NICHOLAS ST. 89 RUE DE L'ECHIQTJIER. 23 THEATER BTRAS8E. Your choice of any doll at 25 per cent discount. Corset Department & Girdle Corsets, straight front, steel filled, made of brocaded batiste, well stayed on hips, neatly trimmed at top and bottom with lace and ribbon colors, pink and blue sizes 18 to 26. Never sold for less than 50c Price jdC Long Hip Corsets, straight front, medium low bust, two sets of hose supporters attached made of white coutil, lace trimmed, steel filled sizes 18 to 20. Never sold for less than 69c. Price dUC W. B. Erect Form Corsets fit as though they were made to your order. "Arnold" Knit Baby Wash Cloth Ideal for Baby'a BathSo soft, so smooth, is this delightful cloth that baby hardly feels his daily ablutions. Fabric is of knitted cotton, of fine texture, highly absorbent. It readily soaks up the water and dis- charges it as freely as a sponge. Has no harsh or irritating fea- tures and is very cleansing. Size 9x9, and the price is, each.... Second Floor Auction Sale of Japanese Goods Japanese palace 818 Nicollet Avenue. THEIDEAL HEALTH FOOD. b& ra^asa 25c 58 LBS. sss*-l I N STORY PAOKAesJ. Suits & Coats at Incisive Reductions, NKHNDFUL of profits and forgetting cost in a desire to make immediate and rapid selling of these beautiful outer garments, we have priced them irre- sistibly low, following our standard rule of not allowing stocks to go over a season, even though we lose money in the reductions. These goods are absolutely up-to-date in style and every essential detail and you have months ahead in which to get splendid service from them, for real winter has hardly begun Modish Suits Underpriced Materials are* of cheviots, worsteds, broadcloths and fancy mixtures. Long and short coat effects. Values to $18.75. Now $9.75. Values to $25.00. Now $14.75. Values to $32,50. Now $18.75. Values to $40.00. Now $25.00. All Tight Fitting Black Coats Reduced Materials are broadcloths and ker seys. 'Each garment is of excellent workmanship and dependable material and every one is a this season's model and strictly up-to-date in every detail. $15, $17.50, $18.50 values, $9.50. $18.75, $20, $22.50 values, $15.00. $27.50, $30, $32.50 values, $19.50. f- 7c Artistic Veilings A In the Stationery Section. &ReductionsY* All our calendars and Christmas cards*"have been marked at half price. In some instances considerably less than half. The collection is still a very pleasing one and the prices asked very, very low. Every one admires and covets artistic desk furnishings such as fancy ink wells and many other novelties. Some big re- ductions made on these articles. Our stock of stationery and supplies is a comprehensive one and we can save you money on these goods, not only now, but at all times. Bargains in Underwear We take great care in the selection of the various reputable weights and fabrics which this climate or varied fancies de- mand. Garments of quality that we are proud to sell you and that you'll find comfort in wearing. rf* rfpiy^ Tift Women's Jersey Bibbed Fleece Lined Vests and Pants. This is the regular 25c kind. For quick selling, our price, each 1VC Women's Fine Bibbed Peeler Odtton Union Suits button down /v front a garment well worth 76c. While they last, our price only.. 0\)C Men's Extra Heavy, Gray Color, Fleece Lined Shirts and Draw- era all sizes. A garment.others sell for 50c our price, each Men's Furnishings We have made some startling price concessions on certain apparel in this section and call special attention to a few of numerous reductions. $1.00 wide silk FomMn-hands, beautiful colorings, C/Vrr your choice, each....,...t5UC Any 50c Four-in-hand or Teck tie in the house Saturday, each OC SPECIALLY attractive new line of net veils at 25c and 50c. Also & choice assortment of pattern veils in the very latest de signs and colorings. Prices from 95c up. Long 50-Inch Coats at Dim* injshed Prices These stylish garments come in dark fancy mixtures. Empire, full box and semi-fitting. $16.50, $17, $18.50 values, $9.50. $18.75 and $20 values, $14.75. $21.75 and $22.50 values, $17.50. All Velvet and Crushed Plush Goats have been reduced in price from ONE QUARTER to HALF former prices. All costumes and evening coats marked down to HALF price and less. Striking reductions in fur lined coats. All 26c neckwear. Four-in hands, strings, bows +g^ and tecks, each I Holiday Suspenders$1 kinds at 75c the 75c Suspenders at Egyptian All-Over Net Waists. We have just received an assortment of beautiful, modish Egyptian allover net waists. They are made with a tucked yoke andfinishedin guipure lace insertions. Long or short sleeves. They are silk lined and come in white d* ri and the popular butter color tint. Each 4^eVe5 Second Floor Pre-Inventory Hosiery Values We have placed in one big lot what in trade parlance may be termed "clean-ups." Included in this assortment are ladies' black ribbed or plain knit wool as well as heavy fleeced black cotton with double heels and toes. Also children's %1 or 1-1 ribbed extra heavyfleecedblack cottons. Not a pair in the lot but that is worth 25c Choice, a pair /C Embroidered Waist Patterns & PriceVx }_ The very daintiest of garments. $3.65 values, now $1.83. $2.98 values, now fl.49. $2.50 values, now $1.25. Lace Section Peninsula Heaters ^,r$30o$40 New and Second-hand. Call and examine onr stock. A small payment will boy you stove. AU kinds of Stove Repairs always on hand. i i 50c GreatWesternStove&Repair Co. BOTH PHONES161 312 HENNEPIN, AV 3= You cover the field thoroughly when you advertise in Minneapolis' leading newspaper-ZThe Journal.