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The Minneapolis journal. (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, October 12, 1906, Image 11

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PREMIER IS BLAMED
FOR MODUS YIVERDI
St. Johns, N. F Oct. 12.The cabi
net met last night to consider the ad
visability, of. a policy of pronouncement
against the modus vivendi between the
'British
andcAmerican
ative tov
!CA
Fall Furnishing Specials
:.u !.'/V:^C.y'p:/':~
governments rel-
th Newfoundland fisheries.
^Leading fish merchants also met last
night and- adopted resolutions- adverse
to the modus vivendi.
The organ of the opposition blames
$ie premier for the whole trouble, de
claring that the people of this'colony
|do not want to quarrel with the Ameri
.dans, an^^^afe the premier is foreiiag
rfhe fight to obtain revenge on American
Mshermen, because., his ..reciprocity, pro-..
*^ect was blpcied.
Official circles deny the statement
Appearinjf in a London dispatch to the
4? For Infanta and Children.
fthe Kind You Have Always Bought
aki^K-'U,
A dressy line of negligee and stiff
bosom shirts in madras and per
cale in the newest plaited or plain
bosom effects cuffs attached or
detached sizes 14 to 19 $1.00
and $1.50.
The new popular college flannel
shirt non-shrinkable neckband
colors are plain gray, brown, tan
and mode the latest college fad
$1.50, $2.00 and $3.00.
Extra SpecialJhe celebrated Sha
ker knit sweaters for athletic use
double neck the colors are ma
roon, blue, brown, black and
white sold regularly at $5.00 and
$6.00. Saturday special, $3.00.
Wool fleece underwear sizes 34 to
46 pearl buttons and silk faced
75e values, 506.
Men's union suits all wool derby ribbed spring needle knit form
fitting white, gray, blue and tan regular or stcriit sizes, $3.00.
Men's all wool underwear in stouts or regular sizes derby ribbed and
flat and plush back plain blues, tans, grays and naturals worth $2.
Special Saturday, $1.50.
Men's dress gloves in the latest shades Fownes', Dent's |nd Adler's,
in light and dark tans medium and heavy weight in kid, mocha
and reindeer pique stitched, $1.50 and $2.00.
$1.00 Glove SpecialMen's genuine cape gloves, worth $1.50 cadet
or regular cuts new spear point backs in light and,dark tans, $1.
Glove SpecialGenuine $1 allover horsehide working gloves, 50c..-'..
Men's heavy all wool hose in grays, tans and browns regular 25a
values, 12^0.
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'effect-that Newfoundland will not con
Bent f$o an equitable compromise on the
fishery question. They insist that the
modus vivendi is absolutely inequitable
in that it-allows Americans to hire col
onists,, which is a concession exceeding
their treaty rights and one wholly un
warranted. TRIES NEW SEWAGE SYSTEM
Part of Vast Project of New Orleans
Now Complete.
New Orleans, Oct. 12.For the first
time since this city was founded, 188-
years ago, a modern sanitary and under
ground sewage system was put into pp?
eration last night. The pipes c'bh^
necte& are part of & $24,000,000 system
,the -building of which began eight years
In an area measuring twenty-five
blocks by forty-two, including.the prin
cipal business section, the connection
marks the end of cesspools and, of port
able yauits in-business houses, which
have for "many" years been a danger to
public health.
By irieans-of roree pumps the*contents
6f- these 'pipes are emptied in the Missis
sippi river,'-approximately twenty-five
feet below mean water level? The fact
that the river yearly rises above the
city's street level made an underground
sewage system impossible until the
force "pump Was resorted to. Pumps
are also used for the drainage pipes,
which are separate frem, tjbje sewage ana
empty in Late' Pontchartrain.
-v*
j? "i- V''%
DOUBLE AMOUNT "OF 3. & H~GREEN TRADING STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN FREE ALL'
i
7. Z|. XYKCK, President.
Tour choice Saturday of thousands of Suits,
Overcoats and Raincoats at
Our Famous $25 Suits and Overcoats
A display that includes garments that have reached the
highest standard of clothes perfection this season's latest
domestic and imported fabrics every -garment strictly
hand tailored, silk lined, garments that cannot be dupli-
cated for less than $40.00 by the best custom
tailors
John B. Stetson's HatsWe are Min
neapolis headquarters, showing
the greatest variety of new shapes
and colors. Stetson's soft hats,
$3.50 to $5.00., Stetson's stiff
hats, $3.50 to $4.00.
The exclusive Bardwell hats in soft
and stiff styles made from the
best nutria stock silk trimmed:
goat leather sweats in black, pearl
and French grays in all the cor
rect shapes. Every hat guaran
teed, $3.50.
TWO HELD FOE HTTMPHRres' DEATH.
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man.. Oct. 12.Late last night
Thomas Powera and Alex Savage were com
mitted for trial by Magistrate Day for man
slaughter for the alleged killing of Thomas
Humphries in a barroom row at the Stock Ex
change, hotel Saturday night. Savage was al
lowed to go on the small ball of $200, but
Powers was incarcerated to await the assizes.
Savage says he saw Powers reach out with his
foot at the deceased, and Powers does not deny
the allegation.
SICK HEADACHE
Positively cored By
these Little Pills.
They also reUeva Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In
digestion andTooHearty
Eating. A perfect rem-
edyforDlzxmeaB, Nausea,
Drowsiness, Bad Taste
La the Mouth. Coated
Tongne, Pain Inthe Side.
TORPID I2VXS. ttbegr
regulate tbe Bowels. PurelyVegetable*
SMALLPILL SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
ICARTERS
Genuina Must Bear
Fac-Similo Signature
REFUSE SUBSTITUTE^.
"THE MODEL CORNERNICOLLET AND THIRD.
GEOHGEJS. CRIST, Vic,s President. jr. L. DICKINSON, Secretary.
J. F. XXCKOLSOH, Treasurer. A. X. NOHDSTEOM, Director.
w/ noteworthy collection of Suits, Over coat} and Raincoats, which we
Jirmly believe are the thisi stylish garments antffj$est fabrics ever offered
here or elsewhere. Every garment strictly hand tailored and made of the
purest woolens. In correct models of single or double breasted suits
long cut coats with deep lapels new shape trousers with wide hips and
small bottoms plain and fancy worsteds, blue serges and black thibets.
Overcoats in every correct style, in Foreign and domestic fabrics particular
attention being called, however, to the new fall models of the French
flare-back style cut three-quarter length
made from choice fabrics one of th$ rielve*st
coats of the season.
Imperial Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats at
Every garment in the lot worth to $i4. Made from worsteds, Scotches
and tweeds. Coats thoroughly reinforced with French haircloth. The man
who is in, quest of a serviceable overra^
'r find style and fabric that will please him in our exclusive collection at
Fall and Early Winter Headwear
Men's Shoes at a Decided
Men's guaranteed "Wizard'* make of dress shoes. Patent colt and'
vici kid mat calf tops hand wait, natural hard oak single oir
double extension sole military or regular heel actual $5.00 values
all lasts, including cushion sole, $3*50 to $4.00.
Men's high cut shoes in black oil chrome, storm calf and Russian
tan 10-inch tops full bellows tongue bluchers solid double exten-
sion viscalized rock oak sole, $ 3 to $6.
Boys' and youths' shoes made of strong box calf and patent leather
granite double sewed oak soles sizes 12*4 to 2, $1.95 sizes 2%
to 5y2, $2.45. 'i^v\:
r\'^Y-:-i'-f
Saturday SpecialMen's heavy satin calf shoes full double stitched
oak soles solid leather throughout sizes 6 to 11. Easily $2.50 val-
ues. Saturday special, $1.95.
MEYROWITZ EYEGLASSES
It means more than the limita
tions ,of one store. We have the
largest- retail
opticalt
world, with ar
business the
perfec factory tIn fur
nish you latest and most up-to-date
optical g-oods at prices lower than can
be met by others.
Sight stores throughout the world
rtelrineapolis, St. Paul, New York,
London and Paris.
Established Thirty-one Years.
Defective Page jj_
-iV:
emacy
$20 Suits and Overcoats
Clothes that come up to the very highest
standard in material and workmanship,
made by the celebrated Sincerity tailors.
Finest fabrics and exclusive styles. Suits
and Overcoats at, tf'?/)
choice.....'.' t/fcaV 1
The Model-Special soft and stiff
hats, best, selected fur stock best
silk trimmings absolutely fast
color a new hat for everyone that
doea not give satisfaction, $3.00.
The 'G%xher. Itoft and- stiff hats ex
clusive designs all the leading
^style.s and equa$1.90. sold Special, to any $2.50 hat
Men's, boys' and children's caps in
blues* blacks, grays and fancy
.suitings autO, yacht, golf and
special shapes, 48c, $1 and $1.50*
DEPARTMENTS SATURDAY.
Boys' Good Clothes
Our Standard $4.90 suits
made from the finest test
ed materials of worsteds
and tweeds heavy weight
with double seat and knee
every seam reinforced a
suit guaranteed to give
the most satisfactory
service. In all colors, sizes
8 to 17, $4.90.
Boys' Norfolk and plain cut
coats in worsteds, serges
-and fancy mixtures with
plain or knickerbocker
pants sizes 6 to 17,
|$3.90 to $6.90.
Boys' reefers and long cut
overcoats, lined with red
#annel or heavy mohair
in single or double breast*
ed, grays, browns and mixtures
$3.90 to $7.90. r.
Children's overcoats and reefers in plain blue and
brown kersey and fancy mixed tweeds fur col
lars and cuffs heavy silk cord trimmings and
embroidered emblem on sleeve sizes 3 to 10.
$3.45 to $8.75.
Young men's plain and fancy worsted suits regular
cut coats hand made button holes reinforced
fronts single or double breasted style sizes 15 to
20. $9.75 to $12.50.
Young m^n's overcoats in fancy worsted or black
kersey long, form fitting styles sizes 15 to 20
$9.75 to $12.50,
"':"V'
LAUNDRY
SATISFACTION.
Collars,1c Cuffs lc
Shirts 10c.
READY
WHEN PROMISED.
sizes
to 16,
START RIGHT
ON YOUR WINTER TRIP
CHICAGO
GREAT
WESTERN"
Offers a mmbtr of attractive trips to Cat*
iforala. Mexico, Florida. Etc. Choice of
four Throatfh Tourist Sleeping Cars to Col-,
ifornia every week. Fall information from]
$

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