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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, June 28, 1906, Image 8

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About tlie Shoe
j[TLe Lest way to prove a
Foot-Sclmlze SWe is.
wcaring. WTien all is eaid
and done this is the final test.
Applied to FOOT-
SCHULZE SHOES it
results in ONE THING
preeminentlythat one
thing is SATISFAC-
TION.
$3to$5
Ask Any Good Shoe Dealer
Anywhere
fWhen in Chicago'
Stop at The
StHttord Hotel
European Plan
Refined, Elegant. Quiet. Located cor
ner of city's two finest boulevards,
convenient to entire business center.
Close to best theatres and shopping:
district. 225 rooms, 150 private baths
luxurious writhur and reception rooms
woodwork mahogany throughout tuass
beds and all modern comforts telephone
In every room beautiful diningr rooms
the best of everything at moderate prices,
Michigan end Jackson Blvds., Chicago"
3 A Journal want ad acts as your $
proxy in the market-place. 4
Quit "trusting in location"pub- 4
4 licity will sell goods in a barn!
XSKS8*$S4X$3S^
Company*s guarantee of quality.
"Thursday' Evening,
GAMERA HELPS RESEARCH
EMINENT LECTURER CREDITS
JOURNAL WITH GIVING HIM
HABIT OF TAKING PICTURES.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Gleason are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Baxter
at 4200 Park boulevard, Linden Hills.
Mr. and Mrs. Gleason are on their way
to the Yellowstone and to the Pacific
coast collecting material which Mr.
Gleason will use in a series of illus
trated lectures. They are. invited to
join the Mazama club of Portland- in
exploring' the" region of Mount -Baker,
and will spend the summer in the moun
tains.
Mr. Gleason says he blames The
Jftumal for getting him into the
camera habit. Some of his first pic
tures, illustrating a series of articles on
native birds, were published in this pa
per some years ago. Since then he has
achieved fame as a photographer and
lecturer. His most important work in
photography recently has been photo
graphing places described in Thoreau's
Journals'' for a de luxe edition of
twenty volumes about to be issued by
Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Mr. Gleason
is a new Crem Cigar,}
Whe Cremo Wtctoria:?
This new cigar is now on sale
everywhere town.
You cannotmistake the//rcprotfec
qualify thenewCremo'Victoria**
Mt is evidintlii thefifstlew^bfiGi
No matter what your favorite
smoke may besmoke the new
Cremo/to-day if only to find out
how good a cigar can now Jbe
boughtfor5a
JThe New Crem
demonstration of \he improved quaU
ify made possible by"th American
Cigar COTipany new scientific!
System rfmanufectur^
JWithinjte last few yearsrthe American ClCTXompany far at*
A%ing processes never before attempted, inthe culture and develop*]
imentof tobacco, have completely revolutionized themethods of ci^ar]
making-^guess-work has given way to certainty and a wonderful
improvement in quality is the result
IMPROVEMENTS AT MINNEHAHA*
NEW DRIVE ON THE SITE QF THE OLD PONY TRACKNEW TR ACK IN BACKGROUND.
is not only an expert in the use of the
camera but an ardent lover of nature,
and has explored thoroly the woods and
fields about Thoreau's home, studying
and photographing the localities men
tioned by him, and in this way supple
menting" Thoreau's graphic descrip
tions. The photographs are reproduced
in delicate photogravures, while the
frontispiece saer pnotographis in color
prepared under the supervision of Mrs.
Gleason.
Mr. Gleason has spenjfc a great deal of
time in the western mountains, and has
taken some remarkable photographs in
the Selkirks, not only illustrating the
grandeud of the cen'ery, but showing
in wonderful retail the flora of the re
gion. Mrs. Gleason hade a study of .the
colors of these mountain flowers and
the colored photographs of flowers
growing at the feet, of great glaciers
are accurate pictures of some of na
ture's most beautiful work. It is a"
remarkable thing that some of the most
beautiful wild flowers known grow in
these rocky heights ana at the very
feet of the glaciers.
$30.00
To Ste. Anne De Beaupre, Que., and Re
turn via the Soo Line.
Tickets on sale July 8-9-10, good to
return until August 3lst, 1906. Ask at
the ticket office, 119 South Third
Street.
7ictc^,
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Cigars produced tinder this system ^^'^M^^M^
4he smoker no more than the 'ordinary ^f^^fkm^
-nkinds made in the usual haphazard waylMk $
The "A" (Triangle A) Merit Mark is the. American Cigat)
Look for the Merit-Mark on the box.1
Jhurlcan Cigar Company, Manufacturer
iM
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
a. N. BtTYS NEAR STATION
Pays $1, According to Deed, fdr Half
Block in St. Paul.
The Great Northern Railway com
pany has purchased the half block on
Third, street,- St. Paul, between Sibley
and Wacouta, and directly adjoining the
half block on which the St. Paul union
station is situated. The deed does not
show the price paid, the consideration
mentioned in the instrument being $1.
That the price was large, however, is
certain from the fact that unimproved
property in the immediate
vicinijty,
Bold for $500 a front foot.
Officials of the Great Northern road
refuse to. throw any light on the pur
chase. It is probable, however, that the
property- is to be used some day for a
new union station. The property is
how covered by buildings which yield
gOod interest- on the purchase money,
and it is intimated that the new depot
improvements may not be commenced
within five years that the Great North
ern secured the property in anticipation
of future needs
If there ever was a specific for any
cne 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.
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tomUfor Bo**tt Cigar Valu**
sia
"Maurice Xi. Roth
schild," a on
Blvd. and State St.
'15 '18
S.e
has
Decidedly a Two-dolor Vogue
Rich Blue Serges Dressy Gray Worsteds
Extremely stylish chain weave,
diagonal weave, wire weave and
diamond weave blue serges.
Comfortable,' full cut trousers.
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tS'iS,'^3'*'
A
The preferred Granitone grays
in solid shades, mystic plaids
and faintly traced checks. Ze
phyr weight, porous weaves.
Tailoring art of highest type:
$20if221*25
Recreation Suits
./-For negligee,' city or shore wear. Lined one-eighth, one-quarter and
one-half with alpaca or silk.' Extra light weights. Lightly
padded shoulders. Full cut bloomer trousers with cuffed bottoms.
Peg tops. Belt loops, flap pockets and every point of hot weather
comfort
$12 to $20..
Oflting Trousers.. Imported
worsted-cassimeres and gray
serge-worsteds. Styles that omit
no feature of lighl weight
..........$5 and $6
Plain blue yacht serge trous
ers. Cuffed bot- &<2 JTA
toms. Spring hips.., ....$?- *J
The Only Complete
*30-
Striped, checked and plaided
tropical worsteds and Drum
mond London flannel trousers,
cuffed A
bottoms H'"'
Pearl vests, crash linen vests,
plain vests and homespun, knot
ted weave vests tot dressy sum
mer wear. $3.50, fc A
$4 and $5 values $^)w
Panama Hat Stock
Genuine Ecuadorian Panamas. Imported direct. Soft, pliable
iSraids. Clear colorings.. Sun bleached. Exceptionally
strong $6 and $8 grades
Other grades up to $20*
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$4.75
6 There is an art In writing a Journal want ad for a servant. Many servants A The Journal carries most wants
are already employed,* but are looking for better positions. State the advan- every day in the week. "There's a
tages of the position you offer when you advertise. reason."
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