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TWO BIG STORES. 29-31-33 South Fifth St. Hennepin and Seventh St. Now is your opportunity to pur chase dependable groceries at much less than their value. In our purchase of the Hennepin avenue store we find a number of brands of goods which we will discontinue. These must be sold at once. Famous Clubhouse brand of canned and bottle goods at a dis count of 25 per cent. Lyndon brand of goods at a discount of 80 per cent. Crown Brand bottled pickles at a discount of 20 per cent. We further guarantee all these goods to be new stock and abso lutely pure. CLUBHOUSE CATSUP, 25c bottle LYNDON TOMATOES, 15c can CLUBHOUSE CORN, 17c can LYNDON PURE JAM, 25c jar BENGAL PURE JELLY, 15c jar We quote only a few items see the large display on bargain ta bles at our new big storeHenne pin, corner 7th St. GRANULATED SUGAR GRANULATED SUGAR 20 pounds Limited SaleOrders taken Sat- urdayDelivered as quickly as nnaeiMa.- i at this UNEEDA BISCUIT, package EGG-O-SEE, Regular size, package TABLE SALT, sack rfi,x SraTi: 3c 3c YERXA'S EXTRA fl*0 1 FLOUR, 98-lb sack.S*^- I O FRESH GINGER SNAPS, Bg KEWAUNEE* PEAS,' 41|^ CALIFORNIA PRUNES, pound OU JAPAN RICE, y 10c JOHNSON'S CELEBRATED CHOCOLATES. Regularly 60c lb Satur day only, lb These, candies will be packed in boxes to your order. MINNESOTA CHEESE MAKER CON TEST. W were fortunate in securing for you the cheese taking the highest prize at this contest cheese now on sale at our stores price, while the lot lasts, pound 20c FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, per pound 26c APPLES, APPLES, APPLES. We have every variety of apple known for Saturday we will sell Be Davis apples at, 60c CRANBERRIES, quart CATAWBA GRAPES, basket 19 I SWEET POTATOES, 9 lbs 25c I MEAT, MEAT, MEA T. You know our meats always satisfy. I Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Spring Turkeys, lb 20c I Spring Ducks, pound 15c Spring Geese, pound 12^c Spring Chickens, pound lie 8 Dressed Hens, pound XOc Porterhouse Steak, pound 12Vac Sirloin Steak, pound lie Round Steak, pound 10c Shoulder Steak, pound 8 Hamburger Steak, pound QQ Standing Rib Roast, pound lie Pot Roast, pound 5 y Rib Roast, rolled, lb lQc 1 Rib Boiling Beef, pound 4 Pork Chops and Roast, pound....He Leg of Lamb, pouml 14c Picnic Ham3, pound Fresh Pork Sausage, pound JQC TWO BIO STORES 29-31 -33 South Fifth Si. Hennepin aw! Seventh St. Friday Evening i Gity News n, i- B'flai- 0 pound.... PafliRL TAPIOCA, pound SANTA CLAUS SOAP, DIAMOND SOAP Six large bars for 7c 18c HOME COOKED FOODS. Salads of all kinds, Roast Beef, Ham, Etc. ROAST CHICKENS, each WHIPPED CREAM 4&1S** PUFFS, dozen faO BOSTON BAKED BEANS, pound FRESH APPLE PIE, each ENGLISH FRUIT LOAF, each LAYER CAKES LAYER CAKES Fresh from our large ovens frosted to your order in AA^ plain sight. Each "wv Be sure to \ry one of those fine home-made c?.kes. .50c 5*,,V. TOWN TAJ.K) iicn- EVENTS OP TONIGHT IV Metropolitan Theater "The Vanderbilt Cup." Bijou TheaterHose Melville in "Sis Hopkins Orpheum TheaterVaudeville. Lyceum Theater'' Blue Jeans.'' Unique TheaterVaudeville. Dewey Theater"High School Girls." AuditoriumConcert, Minneapo lis Symphony orchestra. H. O. Roberts sells the Peck William son Underfeed furnace both phones. WantedAt once, first-class regia- srood aalarJv" roses and carnations, Saturday. Am undson & Kirchner, 409 Hennepin av. Cut-throat agencies are no cheaper than -we are. Bring your subscriptions to the Century News Store, 6 South 3d st. Four per cent interest on your sav tution for Savings, 517 First avenue 8 Rev. H. Plantikow, presiding elder, will preach and conduct the quarterly conference at the First church of the Evangelical association tonight. A business meeting of Mahrah tem Dr. Sechter, a rabbi of New York, lectur wl possibleprice.SUgar no Sold tO dealers Eighth avenuessynaeogue, N, at 3 p.m., Aaron synagogue, anand inAldrich Mikro Kodes Eighth and Oak Lake avenues N at 6 p.m. Sunday. This last meeting will be a memorial for the late Dr. Fried man, Sidajura, Austria. Dr. Sechter spoke at Keneseth Israel synagogue last Saturday and Sunday. All are in vited to attend these lectures. Don't. Don't. Don't. If you go to Chicago to the football game, don't fail to see the Thomas Vanderbilt racer, the '07 Thomas Flyer and. the '07 Thomas forty-horse cars on exhibition at Coey's garage, 1424 Michigan boulevard. If you don't go to Chicago, call or write us for catalog giving full details of these great cars. I any event don't place your order until you have seen and had a demonstration in the '07 Thomas. We will have them on our floor very soon. Barclay Auto company, 246 Third avenue S. The Plymouth Rogers-Peet-Clothing, Knox Hats, Hanan Shoes. For men who value correct dress. SHOTGUN ENDS LIFE John Carlson Commits Suicide on Min netonka Farm. John Carlson, 61 years old, commit ted suicide Wednesday on Oscar Wa denstein's farm, near'Lake Minneton ka. Carlson had been in poor health for some time, and loading an old shot gun, he placed the muzzle to his heart and pulled the trigger, dving instantly. He had no relatives in this part, of the country and last year was an inmate of the county poorfarm. had worked for Wadenstein for several months. Clothing on Credit. Complete stocks of fall and winter Clothing for men and women have been received by Meriter, Bosenbloom & Co., the well-known credit clothing concern at 615-617 First ave S. The scores of stores owned by this big company and their immense purchasing power enable them to sell the very best goods at the very lowest prices and on easy terms. It is a most convenient way or buying and the Menter, Rosenbloom company for years have had a very big business in Minneapolis. WARS ON BILLBOARDS. The St. Paul East Side Commercial club has decided to make a campaign aRuinst bill boards. It will begin by Insisting that the law be enforced compelling the boards to be kept within a certain size and not above a certain height. For Sore Throat and Cold In Chest nse Omega Oil. Trial bottle 10c. G.W.Meneilley A the Old Reliable Stand. 4th St. and 14th Ave SE BUY HERE AND SAVE MONEY 19 pounds of gran- & 4 fT&tffc ulated Sugar *4 HBW Best Butter, per pound Best Eggs, per dozen Sapolio, per cake Jonathan Apples, per peck Baldwin Apples, per peck Lment. 28c 6c 35c 19c BEST QUALITY GOODS Northwestern National Bank. Capital |1,000,000 Surplus 960,000 Deposits 12,000,000 Accounts solicited from individuals, cor porations and banks. Savings depart* Ladles' department.. -50 A DollaMadSavedA Dollar e*ver time you buy a Soren sen Shoe. Our High Winter Shoes and the Vlscolized soled Shoes, are especially service able. SORENSEN'S, ORGANIZED LABOR TO SEND LEADERS MINNEAPOLIS WILL BE CENTER OF LABOR WORLD. Big National Convention of A. F. of L. Will Be Notable Event in History of Unionism in NorthwestMany Meet ings and Social Affairs Planned by Local Bodies. Minneapolis will wuc tered pharmacist at Voegeli Bros. Drug Co. I The convention will open Monday morn- Manufacturers' Sale Ladies' Sample jags if_a.posit.ed with ft. StS'rX F^&&ftS beaerauon the centeri of or ganizeldv labor in America next week, wheln the American Federation of Labor. Auieiica .uaDo wil hold its annual convention here an Coats, Silk Vilour, Operas and Blouses. two weeks. Such notable leaders as o75 byndicate Arcade. Samuel Gompers, president of the Amer- Special_ sale on Chrysanthemums, ican Federation^ James Duncan, first vice president i the organization, and John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers, will be in the city. The supreme officers of all the international brotherhoods, covering every craft af filiated with the American Federation, 11 continue in session for at least the respective organizations. pie No 77, D. O. K. K.t will be held I been established at the National hotel. this evening at 8 o'clock, in the ban I quet room of the K. of P. hall, Masonic Temple, for the purpose of arranging for the ceremonial session on Dec. 7. i Members of the Twin City Veteri I nary Medical society, with their wives, enjoyed a banquet last evening at the Nicollet hotel. Dr. M. P. Reynolds of St. Anthony Park presided. Thirty members of the society were in attend ance. The banquet was given in honor of the ladies. Tickets for the grand concert at the Auditorium by Leoncavallo, the great Italian composer and reader, and his fa mous orchestra, are on sale at the Met ropolitan Music company. Leoncavallo has arriyed in St. Paul, where he will play tonight before a packed house, as every ticket has been sold for his con cert in that city. Delegates Will Parade. The official party, Mr. Gompers, Mr. Mitchell, and others, will arrive early Monday morning. Headquarters have All sessions will be held in Normanna hall. Third street and Twelfth avenue S. For the opening session Monday the 600 delegates, with at least as many more labor workers who will attend the convention, will form in parade to march about the downtown portion of the city and then to the convention hall. The parade will be headed by the Minneapolis Musicians' union, organ ized into one grand military band of 120 pieces. The big public feature of the conven tion will be a grand labor mass meet ing Tuesday, Nov 13, in the Audi torium. The principal speakers will be Mr. Gompers, Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Duncan. Admission will be absolutely free. Seat checks will be distributed at the door and no favoritism will be shown. Monday evening, Nov 19, a theater party will be given at the Ly ceum. Entertainment to Lavish. The features of the program of en tertainment are arranged by the local unions that have been busy with the work for weeks. Preparations for some of the brotherhood banquets and en tertainments are most elaborate and will excel anything of the sort at oth er conventions. The business program of the convention has been arranged by the executive council that will reach the city next week. So far as known, there is no great, all-absorbing question to come before the convention and proceedings will be largely routine. It is believed that the further political activities of the federation may come up for discussion and that this may prove the most im portant business of the meeting. It is also expected that the old troubles be tween the plumbers' and steamiitters' and the carpenters' and woodworkers' organizations will again be aired. The delegates will come from every part of the United States and Canada, wherever there are organized locals of labor men. Five delegates will repre sent the English brotherhoods. A Word to the Wise. Business men's lunch from 11:30 to 2 o'clock, 35c. Hotel Majestic Cafe. FALL FROM BLUFF KILLS Otto Larson of Winthrop, Minn., I Found Dead. The lifeless body of a man supposed to be Otto Larson of Winthrop, Minn., was found today at the foot of the bluff at the end of Cedar street, in St. Paul, and the police are investigating the circumstances of the man's death. Death resulted from a fall from the top of the bluff and it is not known whether the case is one of accident, suicide or murder. To FriendsI wish to thank my friends for their earnest efforts in my behalf, both at the primaries and gen eral election. In all sincerity, I hope for your individual prosperity, and trust you will accept my defeat as true American citizens, submitting grace fully to the will of the majority. Sin cerely yours, D. C. Bow. Minneapolis, Nov 9, 1906. COUNTY DIVISION CARRIES. The proposition to divide Itasca county seems to hnye carried. C. W. Stanton of International Falls, who came to the twin cities from Grand Rsipids last evening, says returns from all the larger precincts give the county division propo sition a lead of at least 400 votes.' Interna tional Falls will be the county seat of the new county, which will be known as Koochi ching. Deposits $1,300,000 _g. SAVE YOUR TEETH. The aim of everybody is to save money. Now, if you want to save money and your teeth you call and have a talk with rne. This Is a veteran office, established 1880. and my work lasts and is right. The prices as low as any competent den tist's in the United States. Free examinations and prices. Call and see samples. DR. H. S. RAY, 329 NIc. Ave., Cor. 4th St. Edison and Victor TALKING MACHINES on E say Payments. Minnesota I holograph Co. BIS Nicollet Av. Send for Edison and Victor Catalog. 8x^33S $ Merchants use The Journal most & because it gives them best results. Why keep the "don't need things" and worry about the "can't gjet things?" A Journal want ad nego 411 N!collet Ava. ftt^JtJ^SS^^^^^^^^ Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon /and: Ave. .^^xg^^x^^ BTninjj. Price. lOe, SOe. 30e Matinee. THE MINNEAPOLIS jotJRNAL. Ayj:*s\ X"1. Italians of this city are planning a great welcome to their fellow country men. The Auditorium will resound with "bravoa" and "bravissimos" and the enthusiasm which will come from the hearts of these people will make Leoncavallo feel at home and in spire him and his company. Never in the history of music has a more cele brated genius and composer or a more artistic organization visited SUES FOR INFRINGEMENT MINNEAPOLIS CONCERN DEFEND- Italians Plan ^Welcome jforgGreat Leoncavallo RUGGERIO LEONCAVALLO, Only lovers of real art and music can realize what a great musical treat Min neapolis will enjoy when Leoncavallo, the celebrated composer, with his or chestra of seventy-five musicians, ap pears at the Auditorium next Saturday evening, Nov 10. I will be an Italian night full of the atmosphere and sen timent of that musical race. The audi ence will be temporarily transferred to "La Bella Italia." ANT I N CASE I N WHICH DAM- AGES ARE FIXED A $75,000. Alleged infringement on the patent of a gravity carrier and elevator, system has been made the basis of a suit for $75,000 treble damages brought by the Mathews Gravity Carrier company of St. Paul against Charles H. Lister and the Minnesota Manufacturers' associa tion of Minneapolis in the United States circuit court today. According to the complaint, the ex hibits and affidavits Bufus P. Mathews and Charles Lister of St. Paul were the inventors. and patentees of an im proved gravity freight carrier. They joined with them H. L. Jenkins of St. Paul, who furnished the capital and formed a corporation to which the patent was assigned. Later Mr. Lister left the Mathews company and organized the National Specialty Manufacturing company, with offices and factory at 2419 Uni versity avenue SE ostensibly to make amusement toys. Later the Manufac turers' association was formed and took up the manufacture of gravity freight carriers. Noonday Lunch, 35 Cents. Hotel Majestic Cafe, 7th and Henn. WANT ELEVATOR OPENED North Dakota Men and Great Northern Officials In Conference. J. Li. Cashel, president, and W. C. Mc Fadden, secretary North Dakota Bank ers' association, are in St. Paul today for a conference with Great Northern offi cials. They demand that the company's elevator at Superior be opened. The conference was arranged by Mr. Cashel and President Hill several days ago. G.E.Raymond Rei. Mgr. .l*#lv's,.Great Composer and Orchestra Conductor. Both Phones, 3997, MODERN VAUDEVIL LE BvMlnga. JRe, age. BOe. Prleea never chanct AUDITORIUM SATURDAY, NOV. 10 Ticket sale now on at Met ropofifutf Music Co. for Leoncavallo andhis orchestra and soloists of 75 musicians! The greatest musical eveht in the United- States. Popu lar prices at the Metropoli tan Music Co. MUSICIANS TONIGHT AT 8:15. First ConcertFourth Season Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra ,EMn, OBERHOFFER, Conductor. Soloist, MME. HELLSTROM, Prima Donna Royal Opera, Stockholm. Tickets at Metropolitan Music Store75e, ?i:00 and $1.50.- DEWEY THE. HIGH SCHOO GIRLS Twice Daily. Next WeekTiger Llllies and Gans-Nelson Fight PlctureB. FAMILY THEATER. W"^^^j^^^ November 9|^i$p6ut^tfrf !1 the United States and the public spirited and music-loving people in Minneapolis will fill the house. Sat urday night will be a feast of melody which is the real foundation of music. The great Italian tenor, Caruso, made his first success and later his great fame bv the interpretation of Leoncavallo's Pagliacci.'' The prices for this Italian opera night are popular, and for that reason the en tertainment will7 be in reach of every body with the desire to hear the most interesting musical program of the sea son. -The composer and cdnductor was given a more than cordial reception at St. Paul today, many Italian citizens with a band meeting the musicians at the railway station or calling on them later at the hotel. The orchestra will appear th evening at the Peomie's church. YOUNG ORATORS CONTEST Macalester Students Strive for Foren sic Honors. Students of Macalester college will appear in an oratorical contest in the Macalester Presbyterian church tonight to select a contestant to represent the college in the state oratorical contest. There will be five contestants: Edward J. Carson, "Idols and Ideals" W. M. Hobart, "The Independent Citizen" Elmer S. Smith, "Our Heritage" M. G-. Finley, "Lessons from History" Norman K. Tully, A Modern Good Samaritan." The judges on thought and competition are Thomas Cochran, A. E. Horn and the Eev G. W. Davis. The judges on delivery will be the Eev H. Moynihan, Rev. J. T. Henderson and F. A. Anderson. Hotel Majestic Cafe. 7th and Henn. Noonday lunch, 35c. WANTS CHEAP POSTAL RATE Postal Progress League Extends Cam paign to Minneapolis. Because of its large foreign popula tion, Minneapolis has been selected as a center 'of activity for a new move ment organized under the name of the Postal Progress league. James L. Cowles of New York, secretary-treas urer of the league, is now in the city meeting business and commercial bodies in the interest of the league work. It is the purpose of the league to secure the extension of the present United States domestic postal rate to Europe. Mr. Cowles will probably speak of the work of the league before the members of the Commercial club at noon tomorrow. HELLSTROM SINGS 10 SICK. Mine. Hellstrom visited the Swedish hospital yesterday and sang five selections for the bene fit of the patients, who greatly,, appreciated the courtesy. Following the music an in formal reception was given the singer in the reception room, followed by the serving of light refreshments in the dining hall MME. THERESE BENZ MAY BQLEY SMITH & CAMPBELL XATHRINE NUGENT RICHARD LYNCH THREE OLIVEIRAS DONAT BEDINI KINODROME METROPOLITAN I Toriight. Matinee Saturday. FOOTBALL BETUKNS AT THE MATINEE. "THE VANDERBILT CUP" Sunday"The Rogers" Brothers in Ire- land." Nov. 15, 16, 17, "The Ginger bread Man." TNiOHT BIJOU 8:15 J. R. STIRLING Presents ROSE MELVILLE In Her Original and Inimitable Creation, "SIS HOPKINS." Souvenir Matinee Tomorrow, 2:30. Next WeekChas. T. Aldrich in "Secret Service Sam." 'W-^'WAT* Seat*. 25 Cent.. The Frawleys offer "BLUE JEANS" EVENING PRICES50c, 35c, 25c. 10c. Next Week JANICE MEREDITH MondaySpecial Ladies' NightAll Seats 25c for Ladies. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O La Boheme The French and Italian Cafe ad Theatre Opp. Metropolitan Noon-Day Dinner ^j Special Feature 0 O Wine List String Orchtttra $ ooooooooooooooo ~\_X0Hrpr?dltIa 1s $3.00 Cash, or $1.00 Per Week. EVERY WORTHY IMPROVEMENT IS FOUND IN A "DETROIT JEWEL" BASE BURNERI A Power ful Double HeaterEnormous Mica IlluminationAutomatic Feed Cover Ventilated Nickel Trimmings (will never tarnish)3 Sizes FULL 13-INCH FIRE POT SPE- CIAL SATUR- AA DAY $33.00 FULL 14-INCH CIAL SATUR- DAY TV.. Cash, or $3.00 to $5.00 Down and $1.00 Per Week. Special Sale 'Uaiversal' Choppers, 83o and 98e THE "UNIVERSAL" FOOD CHOP PER IS UNQUESTIONABLY TH E BEST CHOPPER IN EXISTENCE FOR CHOPPING MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES-Ht is Quick. Simple and Easy to Clean NO. 0 SIZE, Regularly $1.06 SATURDAY J^^JW.... Saturday Vz off. lapaaese Ware Speciili. FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS W E OFFER 200 JAPANESE TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS In Two Most Unique and Artl6tic Designs Regularly 30c AT, FOR CUP AND Ht%l SAUCER CUC CMi...BII~. 9i/.~jjA*,t\ 8 Developing Outfits. $1.75. Sliding Tripods 60c. T*# 9m-Ptt ewmnf* lita*0/tlrmlakrM. Good at the New England FIRE POT SPE- R_ FULL ^15-INCH CIAL SATUR- DAY S39.00 FIRE POT SPE $45.00 Special Bargains. DEPARTMENT HOUSEFURNISHING SUNDRIES. 5th St. n 1st Ave. Entrances. Special Sale "Detroit Jewel" Base Burners. 83c 98c NO. 1 SIZE, Regularly $1.25 SATURDAY Special Salt "Ctle'g Het Blast' s+~, Heateri. .& %&/''.. mMT' +-*&-'*? $10.00 $12.50 $16.00 REGULAR $1.00 JARDINIERES SATU RDAY prevents ,ac Fo!dlngFm 34x4'4$10.00. era Absolutely Guaranteed! 100 "RAY" PATENT SLIDING TRIPODS Regularly 80c SAT RDAY 500 "BADGER' SATURDAY.... Albu m* 10c. HOST MERITORIOUS BARGAINS FBOB OUR POPULAR LEATHER GOODS AND CDTLERY DEPARTMNTS. $ Regular $1 and $1.25 Parses Regular $4 Tnree-Piece garl- and Bags for 49e. lag Sets far $2.19. THERE ARE ABOUT 200 PURSES AND BAGS IN THIS OFFERING, and Every One should be sold by Noon of SaturdayAbsolutely none to Dealers and only Two to a Customer Blacks and BrownsFinest Quality Grain Leathers Leather Covered FramesVienna HandlesGilt and Gun Metal CatchesLeather Linings not one of them worth Less Than $1.00 CHOICE SATUR- JQ. $20.0,0 Cash, or $1.00 Per Wee*. A GENUINE "COLE'S HOT BLA8T" HEATER IS, WITHOUT QUESTION, THE VERY BEST STOVE MADE FOR THE ECONOMICAL BURNING OF ALL FUELIt burns either Hard or Soft Coal, Wood, Lignite or Corn Gobs, extracting every atom of Heat therein contained SPECIAL PRICES SATURDAY $10, $12.50, $16 and $20 Cash, or $2U)0 to $5.00 Down and $1.00 Per "Week. Special Sale 6as ladiatfTi 200 GAS RADIATORS EXACT*.V" LIKE PICTURE Regularly $2.50 SATURDAY REGULAR $6.00 JARDINIERES: SATURDAY REGULAR $2.85 JARDINIERES SATU RDAY REGULAR $1.50 JARDINIERES SATURDAY..y IN $1.75 Just the Thing for the Bath Room or for Occasional Heating. Auial lliaranos lile Iwiialeru Ufa*. .___ FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS W E OFPEP 200 ASSORTED JARDINIEREShardly any two alikeIncluding the Rich "Louwelsa'' Matt Green, Stippled Gold and Terra Cotta EffectsALL A A DISCOUNT OF ONE^ THIRD 'r4 $4.00 .5*8 $1.90 $1.00 .67c Special Sale File Tnmblers. FOR SATUR- DAY'S BUSI- NESS W E OF- FER 100 DOZ- EN FANCY LEAD BLOWN GLASS TUM- BLERS LIKE PICTURE Regularly $1.00 AT, PER ftft. DOZEN DUC Not More Than, One Dozen to ft Customer. 60c Dozen DAY Special Sale Camera Samples. ON SATURDAY W E WILL SELL AL OUR SAMPLE CAMERAS AT SPECIAL CUT PRICESAMONG THEM 2 "HAWKEY E" FILM DAYLIGHT LOADING CAMERAS Regularly $13.50 AT, EACH., THE BLADES IN THESE FINE SETS'are made from Finest Quality Double Sheer Steelthe Ferrules are In Rich Sterling Silverthe Han dles of Genuine Stagand the Three' Pieces, Knife, Fork and Steel, are packed In Neat Lined Bex ularly $4.00 SATURDAY, PER SET....- "S% SI 0.00 4 "PREMO" FOLDING FILM CAMERASSUe 4x5 Regularly $12.50 SATUR- A E A 8Pce mentioningEver$0.50-Camy, Many Other Splendid Camera Bargains, which ALSO 50 COMPLETE DEVELOPING AN FINISHING OUT FITS Regularly $2.50 SATURDAY, PER #v 8E GEM ALBUMS Regularly 15c We are carrying Full Lines of "Eastman Kodaks" and "Cen- tury," "Premo" and "Hawkeye" Cameras. Catalogues Free on Application. "V: li fO- 60c IOC 3ex Reg $2.19 Ftwriitutire &CE&rp.et Go, 8th it., 6th St. and lit AT.