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"i!. j- A \T^frr^*^ m$ WOMEN S AND Jl CHILDREN'S OUTFITTER^ 615-621 Nicollet Avenue. CHILDREN'S DAYS (Saturday) SPECIAL VALUES Children's Long Coats Blue and Brown Kerseys, Checks, Plaids and Mixtures--trimmed in Braid and Velvetgilt Buttons, Special Values Sizes 6 to 14 years 2.95, 3.95, 4.95 High Class Tailored Coats for girls, 8to?^/e.r Natty Peter Thompson Sizes 6 to 14 years Effectively trimmed in Laces, Embroidery, Buttons or Clusters of fine tucks. White Lace Waists Many styles, large 'assortment of handsome designs, 4.95, 7.95, 9.95 Petticoats Handsome Sicilian Petticoats with Silk Flounce 5.00 values, 3.98 Handsome Sicilian Peticoats in all the new shades. This offering will accentuate the desire of every woman to possess one of these beautiful garments. They have beautiful sec tional flounce of fine Taffetj. Silk and trimmed with narrow stitched bands. Underlay and dust ruffle of Sicilian. $5.00 value $3.98. ^BLf'w rTiaayiyvetimg, 7.50 to 25.00 .....3.50, 6.50, 8.95, 12.50 Fur Neck Pieces: Sets Natural Canadian Mink Scarf, Throws and Edna May Styles, 32.50, 37.50, 45.00 Blended Squirrel Sets Stole or Throw and Pillow Muff 10.00,12.50 Women's Long Coats Novelty Weaves and Plain Kerseys and CheviotsBox back, Circular back and Empire Models -Trimmed in braid, velvet and buttons- 7.95, 12.50, 15.00, 19.50, 25.00 Fine Black Broadcloth Coats30 distinctive Models 18.50, 22.50, 27.50, 45.00,57.50 Women's Skirts SPECIAL 7.50 All the latest Plaids and Mixtures, also Blue, Brown and Black Panama and Serges variously plaited and strappednicely tailored extraordinary values. Taffeta Waists, $5. Chiffon and Oil boil Taffetas in Navy, Brown and Black, also evening Shades r_ DIAMONDS! Bought of us are a good investment. Let us show you. JEWELERS, 407 NICOLLET AVE. Great Difference In Life Insurance Companies is not revealed by their names nOr their claims. The day before the San Francisco disaster, all lire Insurance Companies seemed alike to the thoughtless there was a great difference nevertheless, and when the test came, some quibbled, some defaulted, while others drew on the reserve funds which they had ready for such a contingency, paid the large amounts due, and went right on. IJ It is because for years the money it has received from its policyholders has been invested with un- usual skill and carealways safe, always growing, always ready for the hour of needthat is the strongest and staunchest Life Insurance Company in the world. Read these figures as to the Mutual reserve. At the close of 1905, the Mortgage Loans amounted to $169,771,168.16, on which more than four and one- half millions have been received in interest during the year, and less than fifteen thousand dollars of interest was overdue at its close. Most of this trifling amount was paid in whhin a few days. The sum of $28,198,278.84 was loaned on the Company's policies, and $18,195,009.00 was loaned on other collateral, no interest whatever being overdue on either item. Bonds and Stocks costing $239,986,702.05 and having a market value on December SI, 1905, of $265,301,867.38 were held oy the Company, and on this' enormous amount not one dollar of interest was overdue and unpaid, and but one stock failed to pay a good dividend in 1905, this stock being that of a new company, subsequently sold at a profit over cost. When it is borne in mind that no such aggregation of purely investment securities has ever been brought together elsewhere, the absolutely clean and indeed perfect quality of these immense investments excites praise and wonder, felt and expressed most strongly by those who know most as financiers of the dangers and pitfalls attend- ing the care of large investments. This remarkable showing also appeals to the^ plain people whose money comes slowly, who value safety, and who under stand that security like the above makes "insurance" insurance indeed. If you would like to know for yourself the latestphases of Life Insurance, or wish information concerning any form of policy, consult our nearest ageltt or write directto xiic Mutual *:rt'?$? IIfe insurance Company* $ v" New "Work, m. Y. X-* %e'&~S*%**l City: News' PRAT S IRE CONDEMNED STATE BAPTISTS SEE NO GOOD I N SCHOOL FRATERNITIES BUT PRAISE FOOTBALL. Education was' the general topic at the evening session of the Baptist state convention yesterday in St, Paul. Foot ball was indorsed and secret societies were condemned. "Good education means getting 100 per. cent of efficiency out pf the indi vidual," said Professor Nathaniel But ler, head of the department oi peda gogy* University ,pf 'Chicago. ?'Take the center on the football teajra/foT in stance. He is a specialist in his posi tion, he also knows the ganie'asi a' whole, and if he is to retain his-place on the team he must have 100 per cent of efficiency. He must also be alerV, alive and intelligent both mentally and physically or else he is not wanted in the game. Furthermore, he must be able to play the game in an honest, clean, gentlemanly manner if he is to hold a position of respect among his fellow athletes. Athletics makea better man hood. The strong body is essential in the development of the strong mind. Athletics are conducive "to high morals and a high degree of scholarship. "The secret societies in our high schools are one of the bad features of our public educational system," said Dr. A. T. Fowler, and his remarks were interrupted with vociferous applause. I wish the school boards had the backbone to rule them out of ex istence." The report of W. B. Kinyon, treas urer of Pillsbury academy, was ap proved by the convention. Besides the real property of the school, valued at $200,000. the endowment fund amounts to $266,650. At the afternoon session yesterday the time, was devoted to-the discussion of church' finances. The speakers strongly uTged better support financial ly by members of the various congrega tions. J. A. Bidgeway, state traesurer of the association, read his annual report. It showed a balance on hand of $1,414, but without considering'ah outstanding note of $3 000, which really leaves the convention with a deficit to make good. The expenditures for the year amounted to $16,800, with total receipts of $17,- 131. Uriah Rorabeck -spoke on "How to Enlarge Our Resources." He Stated the past year's contributions to the convention only amounted'to 43 cents tier capita. This meant, he said, that hundreds had not paid a cent while a few had borne the whole burden. He urged more generous contributions. Rev. W. B. Riley gave a stirring ad dress on The Aim of a Church.'' Rev. C. A. Salquist of China spoke encouragingly of the work accom plished in his field. The committee on nominations of trustees ,and visitors for the Pillsbury academy made the following recommendations: TrusteesUriah Roraback. Minneap olis: Frank C. Nickels, Minneapolis S. C. Briesrs, West Concord Charles Jefts, Owatonna C. D. Fosnes, Monte video: L. C. Woodmont. Owatonna. VisitorsRev. E. M. Martinson, Man knto Z. D. Scott, Duluth K. W. Jones, Minneapolis. The committee on nominations of di rectors of the Minneapolis Baptist Edu cational society recommended the fol lowing directors: Rev. G. F. Holt, D.D., Minneapolis Rev. F. R. Leach, Anoka* and E. M. Van Duzee, St. Paul. The recommendations pf Both com mittees were adopted. PROPERTY OWNERS CAN SUE Dismissalof Solem Case Has no Bearing on Bassett Creek Sufferers. Owners of property damaged in the overflow of Bassett creek who are using the city to recover damages will be given an opportunity to maintain their actions, notwithstanding the recent dis missal of the damage suit of Johanna Solem against the city. The Solem case' was dismissed on grounds which had no. necessary bearing on other similar eases and the printed statement that the other suits would be dismissed as they came up for trial was erroneous. Home Visitors' Rates Via the Minneapolis & St. Louis rail road on Oct. 19. Limit 30 days. Buffalo, N. $31.35 Cincinnati 26.00 Cleveland, Ohio 26.70 Detroit, Mich 23.70 Indianapolis, Ind. 22.00 Louisville, Ky 26.00 Niagara Falls, N. Y. 31.35 Pitsbitrg, Pa 29.35 Rates equally low to other points in Ohio, Indiana, western Pennsylvania, northern Kentucky, Michigan, etc. The North Star Limited (daily to Chicago) affords unexcelled service. Electric lighted sleepers, splendid buf fet cars and the best dining service. For full information call on J. G. Rickel, C. P. and T. A., 424 Nicollet avenue. MM *i *'Si "&* & ifei THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. $*+ WPII RYE Notice the high grade 11 f\f\ goods you can buy for *r A*vrVJ AT OURd TWO BIG STORES: standbyHih ol Th Telephone. Us. We Deliver. Scbenley RyeBottiedini'tatf-jEt'.'.'.SlioO loses ByeBottled in Bond-f $1.00 Weil BourbonBottled in Bondt $1.00 iayfield BonrtonBottled in BondJSI. OQ00. Booth's Old Tom GiniSffi*^8!.:..........^ Sordon Dry fiin-te.^-^ $1.00 Por WineCalifornia-^ $1.00 Lemp's St. Louis BeerlUrt, $1.00 WEIL'S Two Stores of Everything Drinkable. 39 and 41 So, THIR ST.42 and 44 So- SIXT ST. *x*V October. 12, 1906. MERCHANTS OF FINE CLOTHES ft* 8 to 17 years Norfolk Knickerbocker Suit, $5 to $15. Double-breasted Belted Suit, $5 to $10. Plain Double-breasted Suit, $5 to $i2. The Great Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth Grad Whiskey fl^j A A $1 Mail Orders Filled. -*r Reliable and ^FasMbnable Clothes Plymouth*' Clothes, especially made for us, are '2 attractive in appearance, of best workmanship, perfect in style and. fit so that they meet the requirements of men of good taste. We seek to uphold the "high reputation'' already gained and have every confidence in assuring you complete satisfaction. WEbetter $50 Men's Suits, *15 to $30 Men's Dress Suits, Men's Overcoats, to else. We sell better clothing, give you easier terms and quote you prices 25 per cent lower than any other Credit store. Our entire system of stores is conducted on an eco nomical basis and we have built the largest Credit busi ness in the world by fair deal ing. Come to us and Save 25% Edlsoa sad Victor, TALKING MACHINES Kiaaesota hontgrapD $60 $15 to $40 $15 Meti's Raincoats, to Hunting Clothes. Livery for every service. Uniforms for schools and colleges. Mens Emperor $3.5o and $4 NEW FALL SHOES For Young Men Our assortments for this fall are the most complete at these prices ever shown in the Twin Cities. Come Saturday and see what we can show you in New Gun- metal calf, Wax calf, Patents, Velours and Vicis, on the very newest, best fitting lasts. Durability in Boys' Clothes The style and perfection of fit in our clothing for boys in- creases their permanency of wear. Add to this thorough workmanship and careful tailoring and the result is an extreme durability not to be found in the usual clothes for boys. S to 6 years Russian Suits, $5 to $10. New Vest Suits, $5 to $8.50. Sailor Blouse Suits, $5 to $12. 3 to 10 years Russian Overcoats, $3.95 to $15. Long Reefejrs, $5 to $12. Tourist Overcoats, $5 to $12. 8 t6 17 years Form Fitting Overcoat, $6.50 to $15. Long Reefers, $5 to $12. School Reefers, $3.95 to $8.50. zf $60 OU PLAN believe in doing things than somebody Men's Nobby Suits, $ 7 to $20 Women's Suits, $1 0 to $25 Everything for the whole Family in Clothing, Hats and Shoes on the easy payment plan. No questions here, .^t We Originated the Easy Payment Plan SECOND FLOOR RAILWAY BDG., THIRD ST. AND NICOLLET AV. I Take Elevator. Entrance 30 S. Third St. Over Burlington Office. I Go.Nicolle8 51 Av. ScBd Cor Bdlsn ,and Victor Catalog. *j Jtt *r FINE CU^ri^ERY A iftlll Ifne-of Carving 8*tt, Manicure Cffies, Shaving Outfits, Toilet Articles. Cutlery GrlndlngT R. H. HEGENER, 207 Nicollet Ave.. Minneapolis.