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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, June 08, 1906, Image 8

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Nicollet Av.First Av. S.Fifth St.
Pure Groceries
Saturday Specials.
Powers Best XXXX Patent
Flour guaranteed to please.
JS^ 98It$2.30
You can't buy better flour.
"Vigor"the well known
breakfast food, or Quaker Oats,
new Ipkgs-
ca
2 5 EXTRA STAMPS with
each pound Extra Fancy Uncol
ored Japan Tea equal to 50c
grades elsewhere, Afif
a pound "^rvIC
2 0 EXTRA STAMPS with
each pound "Delmonico" Mocha
and Java Coffee equal to most
40e qualities elsewhere. -n rw
pnr special at, pound.... JUC
FREE DELIVERIES TO ALL
5AKB^flINNISTONKA POINTS.
^Phones
fc* & Main 4700-1-2-3-4,
T.0.162.202-1917-1918.
Heat dept.
kvSBDBflDQUARTERS FOR FRESH
DRESSED POULTRY.
Our poultry is fresh dressed
every day.
Old Chickens, pound... -lie
large Young Chickens, lb 12Y2C
GOOD WESTERN BEEF.
Rib Boiling, at pound 4
Chuck Roast, at pound QQ
Pot Roast, at pound... Qc1QC
Rib Roast, rolled, lb J.5c
Rib Roast, standing, lb J_5c
MINNESOTA PIG PORK.
Pork Butt Roast, lb
Pork Loin Roast, lb -12c
Pork Sausage, lb........... lQc
Pork Leaf Lard, lb 10
Pork Spare Ribs, lb gf
SATURDAY SPECIALS.
Export Rib Roast, stand., lb 18
Export Rib Roast, rolled, lb 16c
Veal Roast, leg or loin, lb. .J.5c
Veal Roast, shoulder, lb.. -12%C
Mutton Legs, pound 14
Lamb Legs, pound 16
BUTTER COUNTER.
Ferndale Creamery Butter,
"always the best," 1-lb
prints, 3 and 5-lb jars, lb 23c
S Full Cream Cheese, sp '1, lb 12%
Taney Dairy Butter, lb 20c
Fancy Limburger Cheese, lb 15
FRUIT DEPARTMENT.
Fancy Cucumbers, 2
Taney New Potatoes, peck 40c
Florida Pineapples, large size,
special, each 12%C
Homegrown Radishes and Ta
ble. Onions, 4 bunches for. .g
Fancy Strawberries, Cherries and
Gooseberries.
Telephones
N. W. Main 45Q0 and 4501.
Twin City, 86 and 116.
The Best Grocers
sell them and the best
people use the famous..
BELL
COFFEES
Sold only in Sanitary Packages.
J. H. BELL A CO., CHICAGO.
Minneapolis Office, 14 North 4th St.
^\iS\':f-"^-:^
C. F. WITT,
Manager.
C. F. QLOCKNER, Manager.
"They doi't make yon look so oil"
Invisible
Bifocal Lenses
There's nothing to suggest age or in
firmityno crack. You wouldn't know
they, were bifocals unless you wore
tnem./
Ask for KRYPTOK booklet.
OPTICIAN,
InC*
604 Nicollet Avenue
(Near Sixth St. South.)
3 Quit "trusting: in location"pub- S
licity will sell goods in a barn!
IB
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stock Ofor...^*-'^
Supertax* Cleaned Currants, 3
packages for 25c.
Fancy Uncolored Japan Tea,
like you pay 40c and 50c for
elsewhere our price, 0*7r
pound JuJ S*
Boot Beer Extract makes five
gallons, per O
bottle O
Diamond 0 Soap, 10 large bars
for 26C.
Box of 100 bars, $2.55
Best Large Lump Laundry
Starch, 7 pounds for 25c.
Sardines, choice domestic in oil,
7 boxes for 25c.
Choice Minnesota Sweet gr
Corn, at per can .OC-
Wisconsin Early June Peas,
sweet and tender Bold elsewhere
at 10c special, dozen *7n
cans 80c
Friday Evening,
City News
GANINE INVESTIGATOR
PATROLS NICOLLET AY.
Some "canine association, amalgama
tion or union is looking into the con
dition of the city under the recent
declaration of martial law for unchan
eroned doefs. Its walking delegate
spent the better part of an hour scout
ing along upper Nicollet today.
Trotting demurely down Seventh
street to Nicollet, the vedette, an lin
dersized black and tan, unlabeled speci
men of polyglot ancestry, peered cau
tiously up and down the otherwise dog
less avenue. Waiting until the police
man at the crossing had turned his back
tho adventurer turned onto Nicollet,
and keeping on the shady side, made
.his way to Fourth street, where. he
sought the seclusion of ah alley.
Later'in the day the intrepid explorer
again ran the gauntlet back to Seventh
where he vanished, presumably to seek
his commanding officer and report. In
the whole hazardous trip he did not
encounter one fellow dog. What re
port he made to his friends will never
be positively known, but it was prob
ably that the anti-dog order was being
stringently enforced and that it would
not be well for any dog to make him
self conspicuous in the downtown dis
trict. *V
The whole demeanor of the dog, as he
made his way up and down the avenue,
indicated that he knew that .he was in
hostile territory. There was good rea
son for his awed demeanor, tor there
was something ominous in the total ab
sence of dogs from the street. The
purp" was evidently one of thos3
sociable little waifs who are always
ready to exchange a wag and?
a wriggle
for a kindly word and look, but in,all
his travels he did not once stop, tho he
did occasionally bestow an appealing
look upon one whom his instinct told
him was a dog-lover.
'NO BILL' FOR WOKAN
WHO KILLED CHILD
Annie Carlson, the woman who re
cently smothered her own child, will
not be tried for murder. The grand
jury has returned a "no bill" in the
"Carlson case, and the woman has been
set at liberty. It was determined by
the inquisitors, after listening to the
evidence, that the woman was entirely
out of her mind when she committed
the LCts
"No bills" were also returned in
the cases against Pearling A. Hall for
alleged assault in the first degree
James Markey, for alleged assault in
the second degree John Moen and Wil
liam Baldwin, charged with larceny in
the first degree Walter. L. Gray,. ac
cused of forgery in the second degree,
and Louis Bishoff, who was said to
have carried concealed weapons.
The jury returned four indictments
and adjourned to meet against next
Monday afternoon when it will return
several more true bills and make its
final report.
GRAHAM HALL SENIORS
.ARE GIVEN DIPLOMAS
Graham Hall graduated a class of
eight with simple but impressive ex
ercises yesterday. After the white
gowned girls, bearing iu their arms
great bunches of marguerites tied with
yellow and white, their class colors, had
filed to their places on the platform,
the assembly joined in singing the
hymn, 'Holy, Holy, Holy.''
A prayer by Rev. J. E. Bushnell,
DID'., began the graduation exercises
proper. This was followed by a duet,
"Ama," by Pinsuti, sung by Miss
Edith Pearc'e and A. S. Kerr. Dr. Jo
seph K. Mason, acting pastor of the
Church of the Redeemer in the absence
of Dr. Marion D. Shutter, delivered the
graduation address, choosing for his
subject, "Work,
th"Vacation
Life."
:Marion
5
True Ideal
A, chorus Times,fo
by Keuckeii, closed the program.
Those who received diplomas were
Louise de la 'Barre, Celia Elizabeth
Haskell, Louise Canip Jamison, Ruth
Hobby Mitchell, Ann Virginia Thur
man,
Thwing,a Margare Lang
don Tooker and Marian Gillette.
REAL ESTATE MEN KICK
Protest Against Aldermen's Action as
to New Plats.
Strong protest has been filed
by the executive committee of the Min
neapolis Real Estate board against a
recent resolution of the aldermen that
streets must be graded before new plats
can be accepted.
The passage of this resolution aroused
the real estate men to the fact that
the aldermen were evidently not ac
quainted with the hardships made un
der* the new system. The protest filed
by the executive committee asks that
the resolution be rescinded.
OLIVIA MAN LEAJ
Best Butter-Scoring Contest Ever Held
by the State,
P. ChristianBon of Olivia won first
place in the first state butter contest of
the season conducted by the dairy and
food commission. His score was 98.
William O. Olson of Hector is second,
score 97%. W. Larson of Seaxles and
Ms P. Mortenson of Cokato tied for
third place, each scoring 97. Christ
Hanson of Hanska came next, score
96 $
The contest is considered the best
ever held by the state. There were 235
sample tubs of .butter submitted, and
only two of the whole lot scored below
90. Low Excursion Bates to Eastern Points.
"The 'Minneapolis & St. LouisJRaihroad
has on sale daily round-trip excursion
tickets with limit for return to Sept.
30, 1906, to the following points:
Albany, N. $29.50
Boston, Mass 31.00
Halifax, N. S 50.80
Montreal, Que 29.50
Portland, Me 31.00
Quebec, Que 32.50
Saratoga, N. 29.50
Springfield, Mass 31.00
Syracuse, N. 29.50
Toronto, Ont 25.50
Troy, NT. 29.50
Correspondingly low rates to other
eastern points.-.
For tickets and full information call
on J. G. Rickel, City Ticket Agent, 424
Nicollet avenue.
It is a positive and often demon
strated fact that Pickwick Rye is "the
best all 'round whiskey." But don't
take our word for it try it yourself.
If you are nervou^ or dyspeptic, try
Carter's Little Nerve Pills. Dyspepsia
makes you nervous, and nervousness
makes you dyspeptic either one fen
ders you miserable and these little
pills cure both.
You Don't Bisk a Cent.
Try a full quart of Hayner Private
Stock Rye at only 80 cents, 'delivered to
your home in a plain package. If you
don't find it the purest and best whis
key yon ever tasted and don't wish to
keep it, we will call and get it and re
fund your 80 cents. It not that a fair
offer? Twin City phone 9455. The
Hayner Distilling Co.. 36 Fourth street
SOUth. .-jV-.yV^Sfc^ C*. r,
(Chicago
Builinpn
FAULK CO., S. D FARMS.
320-acre improved farm level land Soil black
loam house 16x22-L-14xlO: stable 28x48 gran
ary 14x70 chicken house 10x14 flowing well
220 acres in cultivation, balance fenced: il%
miles from county seat, 3 miles to station on
railroad now building 'equal in productive value
to land that sella at $100 or more per acre in
eastern-'-stales. Price, for 'mlc sale 525 per
acre. i"
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Ask for the Brewery Bottling.
Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz.
On sale June $, 9, 10,11 and, 12^.
JOHN W. HAYS, FAULKTOM, S. D.
For a beautiful daylight scenic trip from Minneapolis take our i
"Chicago Day Limited" 7:3$ a. m.
For a quicH, comfortable night ride and a 9:00 a. *ri. arrival Chicago
"Chicago Limited" 7:50 p. hi.
For those desiring to leave later and arrive Chicago at ll:lS'a. m. the
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Night Express" 9:50 p. m.
Modern, up-to-date sleepers, dining
car^ and chair careen alt trains.
Ticket Office, Corner 3d and Nicollet, Minneapolis)
J. F. McELROY, City Passenger Agent, Minneapolis.
F. M. RUQG, Northwestern Passenger Agent,
Germania Life Building, St. Paul, Minn.
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SOUTH DAKOTA
LANDS
Own a Home of Your Own-It's Easy
Lands for sale in Spink, Brown. Edmunds,
Faulk and'Walworth, on easy terms, from $8 to
135 per "acre. Don't put It off. Come now as
lands are advancing In price. -Send 'for cir
culars and government report. Agents wonted.
Address. Frank G. PERRY. Mansfltld. S. 0.
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Give your family the purity and healthfulness of Schlitz beer.
We spend more than all the ordinary costs of
brewing to be sure that it is pure and good.
Our barley is selected by one of the partners in
bur business.. We go down 1400 feet to rock for water-
to Bohemia for hops. The brewing is done in absolute
cleanlinessthe beer is even cooled in filtered air.
Then ScMitz is aged for months so that it cannot
cause biH6u|ti|ss and finally every bottle is sterilized.
^To avoid being imposed upon] see that the cork or crown is branded W lien VOU O Qer
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Jbeer for your home
get the utmost
healthfulness .get
Schlitz.
PHONE. 707.
Jos. Schlitz irewiBg Co.,
1209-1211 4th St., So.,
Minneapolis.
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