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The Crest Bunt Developer & Tonic
It is highly important that the Galega
uspd in this remedy be of the very
best. This preparation is superior to
all others as it combines the Nutrient
Tonic, Reconstructs and Nerve Stim
ulant Glj cerophosphates Compound
The Glycerophosphates may be
justly considered a true and availa
ble tissue food, valuable in the treat
ment of Neurasthenia. Anemia and
Nervousness Special value as a re
constructive tonic in convalesence and
like conditions characterized by tissue
waste ard exhaustion of the nerve
system Pint bottles 85o. six bottles
full treatment, $4 00. Sold only at
The Piescription Store of
Cor. Hennepin and 5th Street Tele
phone or mail orders shipped same day
Oahl Bros.' Best
10 lbs Rolled Oats 25c
5 packages Egg-0-See 25c
2 packages Force 25c
8 packages Quaker Oats 25c
4 quarts Navy Beans 25c
8 lbs. Pearl Barley 25c
1 lb. Best Chocolate 25c
5 lbs. Baking Powder 25c
Half-pint bottles Lemon and
Vanilla flavor 25c
Choice Sweet Corn, ca n. 4^4c
Choice Early June Peas, can. .7c
Choice Bartlett Pears, can 9
Choice California Apricots. ...lie
Choice California Peaches... 15c
Fine Salt Mackerel, lb 12c
Fine Salmon bellies, lb 9
Choice Table Syrup, gallon... 28c
Choice maple flavor syrup,gal.50c
Choice New Orleans molasses.25c
Coffee, worth.20e lb, 7 lbs..$1.00.
Coffee worth 30c lb. 5 lbs..$1.00
Tea worth 40c lb, 4 lbs. .$1.00
Finest Granulated Sugar, per
100-lb. sack $4.85
Bring your money bags to
(I Washington Avenue No.
Conducts a general
Receives accounts sub
ject to check.
3% Interest 3%
Paid on Certificates
Don't Buy Mining Stock
It's a speculation at beet and when vou are
lucky (which isn't often). \our investment is
rarely as good a paj er as this lour flat build
Annual rental $1,24S 00
Total expense (Includes tn\es, water
rent. Interest on mortgage of $3 000) 344 50
Net annual income $908.50
There Is no other expense. Each flat has its
separate heating plant, the tenants light the
kails. An Investment of $4,500 pms $903 50 or
over 20 per cent annually Be the first man at
toy office in the morning The place couldn't be
built today for less than
the owner sell thenv'
you when vou call tcnionow i
Bes reason"Why I'l tell
GEO. H. ROOT,
320-23 Century Building.
Real Estate, Insuranc e, Loans.
are good things, Tu few of us can
afford them. We can afford a bank
account as it requiies but a small sum
to start one A. deposit In a good
strong banK is just as safe, earns as
much, besides you can get your
money at once in case of need.
The German-American Bank
Plymouth and "Washington Aves. No.
Established 1886Capital $100,000 00
Surplus $85.000.00Deposits $1,300,-
000.00 Transacts a general banking
business and invites your patronage.
Deposits made in the Interest Bearing
Deposit Department of this bank on
or before April 5th will draw interest
from April 1st at the rate of 3 per
cent per annum.
EVENTS OF TONIGHT
Metropolitan Theater Blanche
Walsh in "The "Woman in the"
Bijou Theater'' Fantasma.''
Orpheum TheaterModern vaude
Lyceum Thentcr"The Oeto-
Dewev TheaterMascotte Bur
Auditorium"Dre am of Geron-
tius," Philharmonic club and Min
neapolis Symphonv orchestra.
First Unitarian ChurchIllus
trated lecture on Japan, Martin E.
In hiffh favorour 25c dinner. Jei
sey Dairv Lunch Cafe, 28 6th st S.
Going to Europe? A. E. Johnson Co.,
100 Wash, av S, for itineraries, etc.
Four per cent on savings. The State
Institution for Savings, 517 First av S.
Automobile Liability Insurance rates
reduced. Esterly-Hoppin Co., 313 -Nic
Lea ky roofs made watertight. Na
tional Roofing & Cornice Co. Tele
phone, N 1766 J2.
Everybody's Magazine, 1 year with
Lawson's book Frensjied Finance, $2.60
at the Century News Store, 6 Third
Hennepin council, Royal Arcanum,
will give a card party Wednesday even
ing at Knights of Pythi as hall, Mason
Every department of your business
or floor of your residence equipped
with telephone service at low rates
ask the contract department of the
northwestern telephone company.
Jessie Taylor, 908 Twentieth avenue
N, who was missing from her home, has
returned. She went to spend Sunday
night with her friends and forgot to
notify her parents, who became worried
and notified the police.
The National Boilermakers' conven
tion, which has just concluded its ses
sion at Kansas Oity has voted to hold
its biennial session in St. Paul in 190$
on invitation extended from that city
by Mayor Smith and President Herzog
of the St. Paul Commercial club. The
convention in Kansas City was at
tended by 500 delegates.
Instructions have been given to Milk
Inspector W. D. McCall to take dupli
cate samples of milk whenever so re
quested by the proprietoi of a cream
ery OT the Oriyer ot a milk wagon. The
second sample will be sent to the chem
ist appointed by the Dairymen's asso
ciation in the event that the associa
tion does secure its own chemist as hfls
Maj'or David P. Jones of Minneap
olis will assist Mayor Robert A. Smith
and other St. Paul officials in receiving
the guests at St. Paul's semicentennial
celebration to be held at the capitol
Saturday evening. All of the arrange
ments have been made for a memorable
function and the committees named
yesterday include all of the men prom
merit in the political or business life
of the saintly city.
Tou can exchange your dollars and
cents with H. G. Neal for awnings and
tents. 245 Hennepin avenue.
UGHTING BILLS O. K.'D
Contractors WIN Receive Pay for Janu
ary and February.
i-Iiig?h1&n& bWf taggrejating $40,000, rep
resenting trie January and February
bills of the electric H&ht company, the
gas company and the Patterson company
have been allowed by the council com
mittee on gas. Alderman Hertig ex
pressed It as his belief that Mr Patter
son should reduce the price from $12 25
a lamp per year to $11 75, but intimated
th at there was no use In presenting a
minority report to the council. At the
next meeting of the committee new elec
tric arc lights will be ordered for this
You will appreciate the goodness and
purity of Pickwick ye as much ''the
morning after" as you did the "night
If there ever was a specific for any
one complaint, then Carter's Little
Liver Pills are a specific for sick head
ache, and every woman should know
this. Only one pill a dose. Try them.
Foot-Schulze Glove rubbers cost no
more than "just as good." Get the
real thing, of best dealers everywhere.
Git-La Grippe is a rational treatment
for colds. It kills the grippe germ.
Cures in one day. All druggists. 25c.
8th and Nicoilef
WHAT THE MARKET AFFORDS
Lettuce, fancy hothouse, 2 bunches,
5c spinach, pk, 25c asparagus, bunch,
15c new potatoes, lb, 8c head lettuce,
large southern, 10c mushrooms, fresh,
lb, 60c. strawberries, qt, 40c. new car
rots, new beets, new turnips, bunch, lOc
wax beans, fancy Florida, lb. 35c
Finnan Haddle 10c
Sis ml a lUVar New Ohio, to arrive
maple dUgai this week. 6-lb lots
Griffin & Skelley's famous Santa
Clara Prunes. Special sale
this week, pound 15c. 12%c, lie and.. 9c
Lakeside Sifted Little Gems, regular
20c. special can, 16c,
Red Ribbon brand, put up by the Port
land Packing Co. Resr. 15c I A
can, lie, per doz.
Chapman's own brand. Highest
grade made. To introduce,
flrfiniyaft Finest Redland,
III NllgvO Navels, any size, box.
in Fancy Wisconsin,
III extra dry, can
Daa^hae Fancy Crawfords, heavy syru,
rGtlsllcS University brand, reg Iftrffc
ular 2oc, special can 1 0
AAIIAA Chapman's Perfection brand,7
WW I TOO pat up in 2-lb, air tight cans. 196
Grocer, Baker, Confectioner.
First Ciass Bookkeepers
Stenographers and Clerks
Furnished on short notice for permanent and
S. A. MORAWETZ & CO.
500-501 Kasota Block, Minneapolis, Minn.
Tuesday Evening*, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAlf
FOES OF SGHOOLS
PERILS CHECK USE OF SOUTH
SIDE LIBRARY STATION.
Dangerous Tracks Cut Off Hundreds of
Pupils of Monroe and Seward Schools
Buildings Too Crowded to Admit
Libraries, and Principals and Miss
Countryman Search for Solution.
Miss B. Evelyn Weston, principal of
the Monroe school, and Miss Country
man of the public library are con
fronted by the grade-crossings problem
in a form that menaces the intellectual
development of hundreds of children.
South Minneapolis children want to
read they are hungry for juvenile liter
ature they want to read ''Uncle Tom's
Cabin" they want to read about
Black Beauty,'' and everything else
they have heard of. They are simply
begging for books. With' the help of
the public library, their great desire
for literature probably will be gratified,
for it is the intention of Miss Country
man to work hand in hand with the
Twentv-third avenues S and the Seward
schools to find a proper solution of this
question to the satisfaction of the
young generation of the South Side.
The Monroe school at Franklin and
Twenty-third avenue S and the Seward
school at Twenty-fourth street and
Twenty-eighth avenue S, are located in
populous districts which never heard
about race suicide. The buildings are
overcrowded at almost all times. Near
est of access to the children from those
schools is the South Side library sta
tion, Franklin and Bloomington ave
nues, but the obstacle which prevents
their use of the reading room is the,
labvrinth of railroad tracks which ex
tends from south to west. Parents of
South Minneapolis simplv will not allow
their children to cross the tracks alone,
as there is the ever-present danger oi
accidents. Mothers are busy women,
few can accompany their children to
the reading loom, and the little people
are shut off completely from such an
Miss Weston, who is verv much in
svmpathy with the children and their
interests, has appealed to the librarian
"to see -wtiSL'fc cau cloxie tlie matter
In the Monroe and Seward schools there
is absolutely no room, for every corner
has its use, and space is at a premium.
Ruskin hail has been spoken of as a
possible place where a juvenile reading
room might be opened. The hall is sel
dom used, and it is splendidly located
for the purpose. Should the parties in
terested in Ruskin hall agree to a pro
posal to be made in the interest of the
department, it will be opened without
JOKES I S PRESIDENT
Deputy Sheriff Chief Executive of the
Fifteenth Minnesota Veterans.
Arthur L. Jones, chief deputy sheriff
of Hennepin county, was elected presi
dent of the Fifteenth Minnesota Veter
an s' association, at its annual meeting
in the old state capitol, last evening.
H. G. Biant of St. Paul was elected vice
president and E. G. Schroeder, St. Paul,
secretary executive committee, St.
Paul. John W. Finehout, E. G. Schroed
er and George Schiller, Minneapolis,
Charles E. Bond, W. T. Coe and Matt
It was decided to hold a reunion and
campfire in Minneapolis during the G.
A. R. encampment, and the following
were named as a committee to make ar
rangements: Matt Baldwin, John C.
Sweet and Charles E. Bond.
At the banquet following the busi
ness meeting, remarks were made by
Colonel C. T. Trowbridge, Judge J. N.
Finehout, G. C. Booketaver, Captain C.
E. Bond, Lieutenaiit J. C. Sweet and
Captain W. T. Coe.
The Fifteenth was one of the four
regiments sent from Minnesota for the
Spanish-American war. It was mus
tered into service at Camp Ramsey, and
was subsequently in camp at Camp
Meade, Pa., and Camp McKenzie, near
Augusta, Ga where it was mustered
out March 27, 1899, after having been
in the service a little over eight months.
The Great Health Resort,
Easily reached by the Right Road, Chi
cago Great Western Railwav. Finest
mineral water for the cure of Rheu
matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
For full particulars, apply to R. H.
Heard, General Agent, corner Nicollet
Ave. and 5th St., Minneapolis.
N o, this is not a conspiracy.
I is simply a few of the mem
bers of a prominent club talk
ing over the merits of the a
Azora Cigar. They all talk
at once, of course. ou will
be just as enthusiastic after
you have smoked a few.
WINEGEE & DOERR,
Canadian Pacific Railway
Fast Atlantic Swloe
Montreal. Quebec, Liverpool. The
shortest smoothest and most pictur
esque route. ew express steamers,
Empress of Britain and Empress of
lieland 20,000 tons displacement.
18,000 horsepowerlargest, fastest
and finest from St. Lawrence ports.
Every li sury and convenience as well
as the most advanced inventions for
safety are provided. Cuisine and
service unexcelled. Moderate rates.
For plans, dates of sailings, etc.,
H. E. LIDMAN, N. W. P. A.
Tel. T% C. 788. N. W. Main 2616
After Apnl 6 will be located at 232
Nicollet, Nicollet House block.
Veg-e-ton Our new anesthetic for prevent
ing pain. Bell Suction Teeth,
$10 per set.
Dr. C. L. Sargent,
SyndicateBlk., 621% Nicollet
CADETS MASTERING STEAMBOATS DUE
SNAP I N WORK OP THE JOURNAL
Squad Drills Help Young Soldiers, Who
Show Great ProgressHundreds Will
Get Bright, New Uniforms This Week
Appointment as Officer to Depend
on Punctuality and Ability.
First Regiment, Company AGeth
semane church Company E, Eighth
Ward Republican hall Company H,
Holy Trinity church.
Second Regiment, Companies
and F, Third Ward Republican hall
Company G, Bethany church.
There were enthusiastic drills last
night by companies of the Journal Ca
det regiments at St. Mark's church and
the Eighth Ward Republican hall. The
boys went thru their work in snappy
style and are making good progress.
The squad drills are helping the young
soldiers greatly in the understanding of
the military movements'.
It is expected that this week over one
hundred of the cadets will have their
showy uniforms. A soon as the weather
permits drills will be held out of doors.
The demerit system for marking non
attendance and deficiency in drill is be
ing introduced this week. The appoint
ments of officers will be guided largely
by these reports which will show both
capability and attentiveness of the indi
CEMENT BRICK CHEAPER
Council Sewer Committee Considers New
Cement brick may be used in the con
struction of sewers this year instead of
the customary clay brick. At a meeting
of the council committee on sewers yes
terday Alderman A, C. Vaughan moved
that the city purchase. 450,000 cement
brick at $8 50 a thousand, or 90 cents
less than the lowest bid for sewer brick
Action was postponed \mtn tomorrw
when City Engineer RrnKer will make a
report on the advisability of using the
The committee annulled the following
sewers ordered at the last meeting of
the council: Eighth streat from Twenty
first to Twenty-second avenues S
Eighth street from Nineteen^ to Twen
tieth avenues S, Twenty-first avenue S
from Eighth street to Ninth street Thir
tieth avenue from Franklin avenue to
Twenty-second street. At the request of
a large delegation of property owners a.
sawer was ordered In Twenty-fourth ave
nue S from Franklin avenue to Twenty
The committee will meet tomorrow
with the paving committee to consider
the division of the $50,000 recently trans
ferred from the sinking fund to the re
Good Gains Shown by T. O. R. T. Com
pany^ ^eJBrrxa^y Report.
Gains in earnings .ami surplus are
shown by the- report for February is
sued New York today by the Twin
City Rapid Transit company* The re
Gross earnings $380,385
Net 191 542
From Jan. 1 to Feb. 28:
326,976 194 650
Gross $788 250
$25.00 to Seattle
And Pnget Sound points $22.50 to Spo
kane, wenatchee and Kootenai points
$20.00 to Crreat Falls, Helena, Butte,
Correspondingly low rates to inter
mediate points via the Great Northern
Ey. Tourist Sleeper two transconti
nental trains daily. V. D. Jones, C. P.
& T. A., 3d and Nicollet ave.
You can exchange your dollars and
cents with H. Gr. Neal for awnings and
tents. 245 Hennepin avenue.
Git-La Grippe cures the worst cold in
a day. It contains the proper remedies
to kill the grippe germ. N quinine. 25c.
50c to $1.50
Ci. E. Raymond
TONIGHT MATINEE TOMORROW.
Wegenhals Kemper Present
DINKY CRAFT CAN "MAKE THE
RIFFLE" THIS SUMMER.
Swi ft Current Between Locks Nos. 1
and 2 and Insufficient Depth of Wa-
ter Will Keep Big Liners Away for
Two YearsNew Dams to Be Built
on Upper River.
Light-draft steamers with sufficient
power to stem the current between the
first and second lock dams in the Mis
sissippi can come up the river and land
just below Washington avenue this
summer. There is four feet of water
in the channel between the first and
second clams and five feet of water
from the second dam to "Washington
A soon as the floor of the second
lock, which was destroyed by high wa
ter last summer, is repaired, it will be
possible to run steamers to Minneapo-
lis," said Colonel George McC. Derby
of the engineer corps, "but until the
"first dam is finished, which will be in
two years, the current between the
first and second dams will be too swift
for extensive navigation. "Work on
these dams will be resumed in a few
Build Concrete Dams.
A soon as the ice goes out work on
the reservoir dams on the upper river
will be resumed. The two important
undertakings will be the rebuilding of
the Sandy lake and Pine river dams.
"Work on the latter will be resumed
within ten days and should be com
pleted by June 30. "When this dam is
rebuilt the Sandy lake dam will be the
only one of the system not built of
concrete. Both are now made of wood
and the Pine river dam, which was
built in 1885, shows signs of decay.
The Sandy lake dam, which was not
built until 1896, is still in fair condi
"There will be no change in the
method of operating the dams this
year," said Colonel Derby. "We will
try to maintain a three-foot reading
on the St. Paul gage, giving 5% feet
of water in the channel. Without the
water releasea txom the xegeryoiTB the
water would fall to zero. I would be
well to build a dam at Gull lake, mak
ing six reservoirs in the system.
Other River Work.
There will be a little dredging on the
St. Croix, the Red River of the North,
and in Warroad harbor, but this will be
the extent of public works on Minne
sota lakes and rivers. The improve
ment of Rainy river will be left to
private enterprise, as the present de
mand for a water highway there is not
^jreat enough to justify the outlay nec
essary for an effective improvement at
AUDITORIUM I TONIGH
In Clyde Fitch's Greatest Play,
"THE WOMAN IN THE CASE."
March 29, 30, 31 '....Nance O'Neil
Next Sunday Al H. Wilson
the twenty-foot fall two and a half
miles below Rainy lake. The govern
ment engineers are of the opinion that
any improvements should be under
taken jointly with the Canadian gov
ernment, as the Canadian interests in
the navigation of the river are greater
than those of the United States.
Through Tourist Cars to California
On four days of the week, via Chicago
Great Western Railway. Mondays
Leave Minneapolis 7:40 a.m., St. Paul
8:10 a.m., via Omaha, Missouri Pacific,
Kansas City and Santa Fe, arriving Los
Angeles following Friday, 8:25 a.m.
TuesdayLeave Minneapolis 8 p.m.,
St. Paul 8:30 p.m., via Omaha and
Rock Island Scenic Route, arriving San
Francisco 4:28 p.m., Saturday.
WednesdayLea ve Minneapolis 10:45
Dream of Gerontius
Last Concert of the Season try
The Philharmonic Club
Evenings. ISc, 26c, 50c Prices Never Change
Hanlon Bros.' New
Souvenir Mat. Wed
FAMILT THEATEBv... j.
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and Evening.
Prices 10c. 20c, 80c matinees 10c and 80c.
March 27, 1906.
p.m., St. Paul 11:20 p.m., via Kansas
City & Rock Island-El Paso Route, ar
riving Los Angeles 12:55 noon, Sunday.
ThursdayLeave Minneapolis 10:20
a.m., St. Paul 10:50 a.m., via Kansas
City & Santa Route, arriving Loa
Angeles 8:25 a.m.. Monday.
For further information apply to R.
H. Heard, General Agent, corner Nic
ollet avenue and 5th street, Minneapo
One Fare for the Bonner Trip via
Chicago Great Western Hallway
To points within 150 miles. Tickets
sale every Saturday and Sunday up to
April 1st, 1900. Good returning the
following Monday. Low rates to other
points on sale every Friday. For full
information apply to B. E. Heard, G.
A., 5th and Nicollet Are., Minneapolis,
Hoodwinks the Oculist. Madden Eye
Medicin cures eyes. (Don't smart.) 25c.
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra
EMIL OBERHOrTBR, Conductor.
(Elison Van Hoose, Tenor,
SOLOISTS. Janet Spencer, Contralto,
(Julian Walker, Basso.
Both Phones, 3997.
HEBEMANTN THE GREAT
HAPPY JACK GARDNER
ARMSTRONG & HOLLY
CARSON & WLLLA RD
L. N. SCOTT
Recital by the
Popular Prices60c, 76e. and $1. Seats now selling
at the Metropolitan Music Store.
Tues., Thurs., Sat.
Bouccicault's Famous Story
Stuart & Co.
Your Credit I Good at the New England.
For Wednesday's Business
Cash, or $1.00 Per Week.
Tilting and Revolving
A S A COMPANION TO ABOVE DESK W E
OFFEE ONE HUNDRED (100) GOLDEN
ELM, SADDLE SEAT, MOST COMFORTA-
BLE ARM REVOLVING OFFICE CHAIRS
LIKE PICTURE, with Ba ck Posts and Bent
Arms Securely Bolted to Seat, insuring an
Absolutely. Rigid and Dependable Chair, Prop
erly Castored Regularly $5.75. Wednesday,
Cash or $1.00 Down and 50c Per Week.
Special Iatrodiictery Sale
"Bobs Syphon." Refrigerators.
$19.75 to $85.00
Cash, or $1 to $2 Per Week.
We are pleased to announce that we
shalUhandle as Exclusive Minneapolis
Agents the Coming Season the Justly
Popular Line of "Bonn Syphon Re
frigerators." They are Better Than
Ever, and we Unhesitatingly Recom
mend Them as The Ideal Preserva
tive of Food and Health.
Top Desk Sale
"GUNN GOVERNMENT." ON WEDNESDAY W E WILL SELL
FIFTY (50) "GUNN GOVERNMENT"
(Government Standard) DESKS LIKE
PICTURE Solid Oak, finished Golden, 50
inches long Full Base Moldings around
Entire Base Raised Drawer Fronts Ex
tra Heavy Arms Slides at Each End
Interiors equipped with Pigeon Hole'
Boxes and Drawers as shown. The ar
rangement in the Base Includes Two (2)
Transfer Cases and Drawer with "Yale"
They are Beautiful
they are Cleanly they
are Convenient they
We can furnish either
the Opallte or Genuine
White Enameled Style,
In Every Slze^and In
stantly. This Is the Only Re
which we have ever
felt Full Confidence
Enough Therein to
make The Following
Stgnlflc an-t Offer:
namelyWe will send
a "Bohn Refrigerator"
to you on a Ten or
Thirty Days' Trial
and, If It doesn't keep
Perishable Food Bet
ter and Longer, and
If It Isn't Thoroughly
Satisfactory In every
way, Back It Comes
Without a Murmur.
$19.75 to $85.00
Cash or $3.00 to $4.00
Down and $1.00 to
$2.00 Per Week.
If you Live Out Of
Town, send for our 56
Tea aad Coffee
On Wednesday we
will place on Spe
cial Sale Just 340
Tea and Coffee
Canisters like pic
ture, made of
Seamless Steel (not
tin), with White
Inside and Out
Opening Sale Bicycles.
190S Models "Tri-
bune," "Day," "Ariel"
Wheels Now Ready.
and $45 OO.
"Days" $25 OO and
"Arlels" $35.00 and
MISS EVELYN VAUGHN...
EXTRA WRESTLING ALL WEEK.
"The Greek Demon" will meet all comers.
Next' week The Colonial Bell*
$20- OO and $22. SO
$3.00 to $5.00 Down
and $1.00 Per Week,
with References, takes
This Desk was Especially Designed to Sup
ply the Requirements of those desiring
the Utmost of Solidity, Stability and Con
venience, and Is Thie
We Ever Saw.
We offer Fifty (50)
of Them for Wed
$3.48 to $33.00
Cash, or 50c or $1.00 Per Week.
Our Complete Line of Improved 1906
"Reliable" Gasoline Stoves and Ran.
ges Is Now Ready for your Inspec
tion. For Convenience for Tidiness
for Cooking Qualities for Safety,
The "Reliable" is he Proper and
Only Gasoline Stove to Buy.
$3.49 to $33.00
Cash, or $1.00 to $5.00 Down and 50c
to $1.00 Per Week.
Annual March Sale "Misfit"
On Wednesday we will place on Special
Sale 125 "Misfit" (Ready-Made) Car
pets at EXACTLY HALF PRICE.
"This Is a Very Choice l_ot of Car
pets, and Is bound to prove One of the
Most Attractive of the Many Attrac
tive Offerings of "Misfits" we ever
made. It comprises all Qualities
All Sizes Most of the Carpets have
Borders, making them most desirable
as Rugs, and include Wiltons, Wilton
Velvets, Royal-Wllton-V^lvets, Ax
minsters and BrusselsEach and
Every One at HALF PRICE.
Bes $28.0 0 Des
Cash or $4.00 Down and $1.00 Per Week.
Special Sale "Reliable" Gaso
line Storei and Rangei.
Regular $2.00 Carpet*
Made Up This Sale,
per yard $1-00
Regular $1.75 Carpets
Made Up This Sale,
per yard 87%c
Regular $1.50 Carpets
Made Up This Sale,
per yard 75
Regular $1.25 Carpets
Made Up This Sale,
per yard 62%c
Regular $1.00 Carpets
Made Up This Sale,
per yard 50e
Special Sale Napery.
$1.00 TableJLInen for 75c-
On Wednesday we will
sell 1,000 Yards Full
Width, Half Bleached
Pure Table Linen
Very Heavy Excep
tionally Pretty De
signs, with Double
Border Regularly $1.
Wednesday, per yard 75c
$3.25 Not More than Five
Yards to a Customer.
5th St., 6th St. Cy 1st Av. So.