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nia $5?$^g$ &?$?} GOPBEH STATE MAN BEtBMmLING .AW *ut"" ^^isi*, jfe&iny^feer, Qfr* Dee? ?.William Paul of P^hcan JEfepid Minn., aged 22 years,-^as lodged in jail today at itamy Ri^jer charged with the murder of one Shellinga at Tinewood, Ont.. on' E and-'^with -robbin the vic 2 ast tim of $150. Tho men.'it'is^said, quarreled over a A. F. LENZ, Clothing and Furnishings, 1321 Washington Av. N. Tel. N. W. Main 4156-J2. N. FABER, Boots and Shoes, 1209 Washington Av. N. Tel. T. C. 13370. DIERCKS & SMITH, Grocers, 1001 5th St. N. N. W. 2793-L1 T. O.-13977. F. A. HEFTY, Meats, 926 5th St. N. N. W, 1735-J1 T. C.3683. F. F. WACHSMUTH, Grocer, 254 7th Av. N. Tel, N. W. M. 1735-Jl T. C. 3683. *'A. MANDELSTAM, Grocer, 513 3d St. N. Tel. N. W^M. 3602-L2. O. J. CHOOSER, Gro6er, 1925 4th Av. S. Tel. N. W. S. 442-J2 T. C. 4420. EMU, PAM, Grocer, 2121 dhicago Av. Tel. N. W. S. 2096-J T. C. 5245. H. ORUIKSHANK, v-J A Grocer,' 1 S201 Bryant Av. S. Tel. N. W. 8. 2169-Jj T. O. 7314. F. A. MALMQUIST, Grocer, 2016 Washington Av. S. Tel. T. a. 1817. CL"DT^/ ,l JKJ^%.MJ Get acquainted with .our low rent, small profit busi ness system. Save on Clothes. "W Cut Down trivial matter and Paul struck the oth er with a pair of skates, stunning him. He ig then said to have killed him with a club and carried the Body 'from' Stfifc trail and hid it behind a windfall. The body was .discovered yesterday by Constable Morrison, partiy. jgaten by animals. The prisoner, will plead self defense.*, 3 f. & j& WOMAN BURSTS TO DEATH. Barron, Wis., Dec. 7.Mrs. Elmer Hanson-pf Hilldale knookcd over a 'lamp ano^ftas so se verely burned, that she died today. The house and nearly all Its content* were burned. *Sh was 30 years old and leaves three -small ,joy and a husband. DOUBLE AMOUNT S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS Wilffce offered by-following named Merchants for Saturday's trade, sugar andflourexcepted. Phone your orders every double sale helps fill yburbook WARNING Notwithstanding the fre quent warnings given the pub lic by the Sperry & Hutchinson Co., timid collectors are now and then induced to exchange their S. & H. STAMPS for oth ers of LESS VALUE, by reason of false representations made by canvassers and others, who desire to secure their 5. & H. Stamps in order that they may dispose jt them at a profit. In many cases collectors have received but one-half the number of stamps they-were entitled to, which in view of the fact that the collector is in duced to exchange by positive misrepresentation N ampunts to little short of actual robbery. Collectors are again warned to pay no attention to such state ments. The Sperry & Hutchin son Co. is the only concern that has made a success of the Trad ing Stamp business, and this fact alone is the surest guaran tee of the stability of S. & H, Green Trading Stamps. S. BERG, Grocer, 101 19th Av. S. Tel. T. C. 1346. SNOW BROS. Grocers, 101 Western Av. Tel. N. W. 2109-J2 T. 0. 10158. P. P. HOVE, Grocer, 1203-5 Western Av. Tel. N. W. M. 1681-L T. 0. 3240. J. B. ANDERSON* Jy, Grocer, 3341 Longfellow Av. Tel. N. W. S. 354-J T. a 7806. P. F. PETERSON & CO., Shoes,and Furnishings, 1927 Washington Av. S. Expenses So Can You." 43-45 Washington Ave. S. $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $I0$I Suits BOYS' CHINCHILLA REEF- ERS and Frieze Overcoats, wool lined, sizes 6 and 7, $2.50. FLANNEL SHIRTSSingle and -double- breasted,- also late stiff bosom styles, $1. A The following Tags and Coupons will be taken in exchange Worsteds, Extra Weights Wind-proof Friezes Black Thibet* Heavy Cheviots Blue Serges Vicunas and Kerseys Single or double breasted, every size. The kind you know to be $15 grade:. Fur In-Band Gaps Gordon make, Muskrat lined in- I Rfl band, new Boyal shapes 1 '^'''"'^^ii^iiflliih for S. & H. Stamps at our .tore, 616 Hennepin Avenue. All coupons American Tobacco Oo. (Not Florodora Tag Co.) Tobacco Tags with paper backs from Horseshoe, Spearhead, J. T., Jolly Tar, United Cigar Stores Certificates, Universal Coupons, Arbuckle Coffee Signatures, Trade-Marks from Lion Brand Coffee, Blanke's Coffees, Burnham's Jelly-Con, Celluloid Starch, Mother's Oats, None Such Mincemeat, Uncle Jerry's Pancake Flour tod Buckwheat Flour, Clerks' Coupons from Fairbanks' Gold Dust Washing Powder, Fairy Soap, Glycerine Tar Soap, Scouring Soap and Cottolene. Look over your collection at home. Bring them to us. We will give you stamps on--allthat.w can use. The Sperry y Hutchinson Co. 6i6 Hennepi Avenue $15 Suit and Overcoat Values $10 $to $io$io$io$io $io $10$io$io$io$io $ro $10 bid Eeliable Slide Band Winter Caps, 50c BOYS' OVERCOATSDressy Cheviots and Windproof Friezes, sizes. 6 to 17, ,$5 grade, $3.95. 9 WORKING GLOVESSheep .lined. And Mocha and Kid dress gloves, $1. Friday Evening', *$.JTH MINNEAPOLIS RUSSO-AMERIOAN PACT Russian Paper Thinks It Is T4me~ Fonn One. Journal Speoial Served 1 St. Petersburg*, Dec 7.The news-5 pers reproduce the telegram from To kio on the extension,, of,,the Japanese armaments. The Bourse Gazette asks if it is not time for Russia and the United States to discuss joint measures for preserving peace in the far east. JOHN HOPF, JR., "Grocer, 52 10th Av. S. Tel. N. W. M. 2510-J T. C. 9113. R. A. HOLMBERG, J. jGrocer, 1 1409 W. Lake St. Tel. N. WiS. 1164-L T. 0. 8176. ELWELL GROCERY CO, Grocers, 633 9d Av. S. Tel. N. W. 1551-jj T. 0. 9375. ROYALSTON PROVISION CO., Meats, 106 Western Av. Tel. N. W. Ml 2641-L T. 0. 1465: MILLER DAIRY CO., Butter and Eggs, 618 Hennepin Av. Tel. N. W. M. 610 T. 0. 9011. M. FINNERTY, Groceries and Meats, 22 and 24 Western Av. Tel. T. C. 10865. WM. HOBAN, Grocer, 800 Western Av. Tel. N. W. M. 1032-J T. C. 9427. M. SMITH, Grocer, 1100 Main St. NE. Tel. T. 0. 18642. WESTERN MEAT MARKET CO., _. "Meats, 1222 Western Av. Tel. N. W. Main 1681-J2, SIEMS & CO., Groceries and Meats, 2117 6th Av, N. Tel. N. W. M. 2703-L2. Nufria In-Band Gaps Brook mink banded Jockey, Brighton and Golf styles an 25o. l*WWHII Trading Stamps Two for One and ThirtyExtra Free With each pur chase of $1.00 or more in any de partment Satur day if this ad is presented. $10 $10 $10 $10 $to $10 $10 MEN'S UNDERWEARSam- ple purchase, plush backs, naturals, ribs, $1.50 q.ual- &7, $1. "DIRECTOR" SHOESFor men, leathers for all weath ers, in six styles, $2. Defective Page WOUSNAL. PRESIDENT PB1ISED I BlTff S PAPER is- W Attitude on Japanese 'Question j.Aplaudedby Coaim^ie^ 'H* Some Mu^ Thrown, *,ll"',"v Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 7.Commenting on President.Roos^eit's message, Wil liam J.-Bryattsays^iiere dp much that is good and^much^thftt is bad in it,, but it may be regarded as the presi dent's most important state paper. Mr, Bryan says: "The message states much that is democratic, and for which the general public may well thank him. *It states some things that ought to arouse se vere criticism. The president boldlv appropriates -some of the doctrines which the democrats have been advo cating, and, on the other hand, he an nounces some doctrines which are so absurd as to excite amusement if the suggestions came from a less promi nent source. In some cases he takes advanced grounds in some case he re treats from ground already taken Mr. Bryan complains that ^what the president says on the subject of gov ernment by injunction wili not be sat isfactoryy President' stand on to the laboring man or to thoseu respect the right of trial 7.J ?who Th child* labor is commended, as" is also the position he has taken on the eight hour Jaw and the right of the people to criticize a judge. Praises Jap Reference. Referring to Mr. Roosevelt's refer ence to the Japanese question, Mr Bryan says: ''He pays a deserved tribute to the progress of the Japanese nation and asks for legislation which will enable congress to protect the rights of for eigners. That there should be such legislation cannot be generally dis puted, but a great deal depends upon the character Of the legislation. If any bills are presented in regard to this suggestion* th0y-.must be carefully scrutinized to be sure that they do not deny to'the':various states the right' to protect themselves and their people in matters purely local.*' Finally, Mr. ^Bryan deplores what he calls the president's, warlike attitude. GILLETTE OWNED GUILT? Officials Do Not Deny Report that Con fession Was Overheard. Journal Special Service. Herkimer, N. Dec. 7.-Herkimer county officials, who had a hand in the prosecution of Chester Gillette, con victed of the murder of "Billy" Brown, have virtually confirmed the statement that Gillette was overheard confessing to, his lawyer that he struck the girl after she was in the water. This they do by refusing to deny it, and that is enough of an admission to satisfy Herkimer folk that the state ment is true.: The announcement has aroused new and greater indignation among the peo ple. The sheriff's department has re ceived additional letters threatening1 the life of Gillette should he ever go free, and one writer hwfnented that he was to get off so easy as a simple snuf fing out of his mortal existence by elec tric shock. .i-nT? _j.V'. WINDWAGON ON BROADWAY Success of Dr. Thomas' Experiment %maieli^w Y^icers. Journal Special Sjjryloe. 4 New Yorkp Dec.B ?.i-Dr. Julian P. Thomas last night operated,the first mato&driven/ wiiidwagon ever^un in this country. In effectiveness it ex ceeded even his expectations and -his Chief difficulty was in checking* its speed. With a free course it would easily run away from anything except a very fast automobile. 1 Incidentally, Dt. Thomas was respond sible for more excitement on Broadway than has'been ^en in many a day. Horses shied and' pedestrians crossing the street rushed in a panic for. the sidewalks. With the gasolene engine snapping like $jh#t.-of a racing auto mobile and the Jpfrieat propeller blades swishing thru rtfe air: as they swung ahead of the majffaine, the effect was as startling as if a real flying machine had been sailing between the lines of ex cited persons on both sides of the street. HARRIS COR. 10TH AND NICOLLET AV. Main 1211-J. T. C. 750. EXTRA LOW PRICE SALE FOR SATURDAY. Good White Potatoes, bu ..35c Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb... -28c Fresh Eggs (you pay elsewhere 33c), at dozen 28c Handpicked White Beans, 4 qts. -23c Maple Syrup, gallon 63 New York Gano Apples, bushel...65c Per barrel, $1.85 Italian Macaroni or Spaghetti, two packages 15 That fine flavored'Mother's Coffee, 3 IDS for $1.00 We can give you coffee at 20c, 25c and SOc a pound, but for particular people Mother's Coffee pleases. Other stores charge 45c a pound for that kind of-c6ffee. 7 Salmon Steak, 1-lb cans, for. 25c Succotash, Lima, Wax or String Beans, can QQ Hand or Kitchen Sapolio, 3 ^^HHHHwn *?Wh*s TO ueatn. Warsaw.^Dec 7.Th.e potte&re 2? (ihowing gr|at activity in the during the paBtJUt^d week eight terrorists!? Sl-i-5 *eXe dnd !?S?.^fed 1 rlke W g2ffiS ?igj* rFine 20c Fancy Jonathan Apples, bu box $1.50 Porterhouse or Sirloin Steak, lb 12%e Eib or Standing Roast Beef, lb..lOc Spring Leg' of Lamb,.xlb..- 15c We are the only down town market that dresses our poultry, so you run no risk of getting old poultry. Standard Oysters, quart...... 35 Home-made (our own make) Mince meat, pound 10c Side of Fresh Pork and Pork Steak, pound i..,. 12c Lamb Stew and Rib Beef, lb...... .4 FREEOne Cabbage with every order of 8 pounds or over of Corned Beef. S. & H. GREEN STAMPS. The Home of the Alfred Benjamin& Co. Clothing BARNABY'S 4th and Nicollet. December 7, 1906. EIGHT TERRORISTS SHOT Rostov-on-Don. This witt leave Rus sian Poland without a single Folitfcal Offenders in Poland Ara Put ftty'.a A*iKi9. th 6 J" 8 81 ur5uf tracfSigv' and arresting of political^eight dffenders.^dNP Al?s of|rs, S death The authorities -Bo^nanski cotton mills, which employ S!S P.\?^Wf \2t the leaders o$ie ,7,00 haveth been closedee indefinftely So^r- ^i M?** tra'dTs,:,owingmen,dispute 0 WP* bn :Th6j0 tb6 Snlvr,?v ?h. i r^Sed unevniK, the official newspaper, an-^jmen and the continued strikes and dis- nounced today-that the University/0f inurbanees. Other factory owners are 2SS^W $*m^ threatening to close vtheir^aills for the ana rne Warsaw Polytechnic scho&I :ito? isame. reasons. LONG LENGTH GLOVES. quality Kid Overseam, elastic wrist, black, tan, gray, worth "t fk $3.00 $1 Pique Kid, elastic wrist, ft? 2Q worth $k50 0^.t5.y Genuine Cape Outseam, elastic C*^ QQ wrist, worth $4. 0^ 0!f Men's Pique and Overseam Kid^ Pearl Castor, silk lined, fleece lined and un- tf /l/l lined, regular $1.50 value, pair..., Men's Genuine English Cape Gloves, $1.75 value, pair. The largest assortment of Boys' and Girls' Gloves and Mittens In the United States. Wool, Kid, Mocha. Buckskin, etc.. from 10C to $S,00. OVERCOATS. $12 and $18.50 Black Kersey $8.99 $14.50, $16 and $18 Black Kersey at $10.99 $25 plush lined, fur trimmed, t $16.50 A few only Fur Overcoats left at very low prices. SUITS. $7, $8 and $9 dark colors, good styles, at. $3.98 $8 and $10, nobby patterns, $6.49 $9, $10 and $12.50, a beautiful assortment of cheviots and wor steds, at $7.49 $10, $12 and $14.50 Fancy Wor steds, Homespuns, Cheviots and Scotch Tweeds, at $8,88 $14, $15 and $16.60 Fancy Wor steds, Homespun Cheviots and Scotch Tweeds at $10.49 $15, $1650, $18 and $20, an ele gant line of Fancy Gray Wor steds and Cheviots, single or double breasted, at. $12.75 $16.50, $20 and $22 Fancy Home spuns and Worsteds, light and dark shades, all latest cut, at $14*49 HATS. $3.00McKibbin and Patterson Soft and Stiff at. $ $2.50 Stiff Flat Brim at $!49 and $4 Telescope Hats in brown, black and gray, at $1.98 Store open until 8 p. m. every e due "to supp universities-univer tn that sinces 1904 Polish Btudents i nav declined to lectures. given language, preferring to Germatten-d thei ay and Lodz.,triRussian Poland, Dec. 7The to with th workmen owners of mills ar SSSS at the excessive demands of the i-i, -z/k Gloves for a Christmas Present MEN'S GLOVES. $1.15 CHILDREIT8 GLOVES. mbved to a hospital. Gamossi Gloves Gamossi Umbrellas Gamossi Glove Certificates appeal to everybody. Who in Minneapolis can think of Gloves without associating the word with Gamossi. Gamossi stands for everything that is Bight, Best and Reasonable in Gloves. Glove Bargains at Christmas time must be unusually attractive to prospective pur chasers of gifts. Here are some bargains WOMEN'S GLOVES. Women's Mocha, Suede and Castor Overseam, regular $1.25 and $1.50 goods, Tf\ pair yC Women's Genuine Mocha, white with beau tiful silk linings, $1.50 and $2 E~ goods, pair .Zr&C Women's assorted lot of finest quality Kid Gloves, pique and overseam, fancy embroid eries reduced from $2, $2.50 and $3 pair to, pair Men's Velour Long Driving Gauntlets, worth $2, pair.... Men's Muskrat Driving Gloves, worth $2.75, pair One Hundred Styles of Auto Gauntlets for Men and Women. GAMOSSI GLOVE CERTIFICATES. A most convenient way to present gloves. Saves giver the trouble of making the selection. 610 Nicollet Ave. CLOTHING SACRIFICE CONTINUES ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS& HATS BEING CLOSED OUT A Never BeforeHeardO Prices. EverythingBast 60 Before lac. 1st Select your warm overcoat or suit now and save from to the cost. Extraordi- nary opportunity to get Holiday Presents in Ties, Mufflers, Gloves, etc., very cheap? CAPS. 50c Caps at. .25c 75o and $1.00 Caps at..... -50c $2.00 Caps at .g 2 5 $3,50 Sealskin Caps at......$ 1 [95 $6.00 Fur Collars at $4.50 PANTS. $2.00A large variety,of good Working Pants in cheviots and worsteds, dark colorings, $1.00 $2.50A large variety of good Working Pants in cheviots and worsteds, dark colorings. .$1.25 $3.00Corduroy, at $1.50 $3.00 and $3.50A fine assort ment of All Wool Worsteds and Cheviots at. $ 2 OO $4.00 and $4.60All our Fancy Worsteds at $3.00 DRESS GLOVES. $1.50 Kid and Mocha at..... $1.25 Kid and Mocha at.. $1.00 Gray Suede and Mocha $1.00 Fleece Lined Gloves Mitts i $1.00 89c 69c and 69c 25c ....5c 35c 5Qc Golf Gloves 10c Handkerchiefs 50c Four-in-hand Ties...... Three for $1.00 25c String Bows 15 .X'7 25c. U''. fo 26c Suspenders .....*.......'...l^c 50c Suspenders -35c $1.50 Silk Mufflers $ 1 0 0 50c and 7e Silk Mufflers.... 25c =300 NICOLLET AVEKUE=== Xt CRUSHED BY STEERS' BUSH Michigan Visitor at Chicago Li^ Show Meets Death Chicago, Dec.., 7.John Searls, '77 r. j^ears old, of Buchanan, Mich., who was in' Chieago visiting the livestock: jshojfc was crushed to death under/ the 'ibsffe of a bunch of steers, which he was t watching as they were herded over L.f.j runway into a pen. 'I Searls was standing near the gate to the pen and as the animals'crowded' into the runway they forced nun" against a fencp, Before he eoujjfc be i rescued he was knockeSearls down andf-t trampled under foot.! was re- ^i $1.10 $1.98 Mall Orders Olven Special .Attention. BARNARD CLOTHING COMPANY! evening this week to accommodate those unable to come during the day, FANCY SHIRTS. 60cSizes 16y2 and 17 only...350 $1.00 Wilson Bros. at.... ....75c $1.50 Wilson Bros. at....^. .$1.00 $2.00 Wilson Bros, at .-.$1*25 $1.00 Elgin at Q9c SOc and 75c Unlaundered at.. .35c $1.00 and $1.25 Black Sateen. -75 0 SOc Fireman's Shirts at 35 75c Fireman's Shirts at.. 5Q An elegant assortment of Fancy Vests at half price, ranging from 79 to $4,00 UNDERWEAR. SOc Ribbed and Fleeced Lined 33 $1.00 Wilson Bros, rib and fla^^ all colors 69cu $1.50 Wilson Bros., at....... .gaAT $3.00 Silk and Wool, at. .$2 OCT $1.50 Oneita Union Suits, sizes^* 42 and 44 only, at.......... .75! A full line of Men's and Boys* Sweaters at Half Price. WORKING GLOVES AND MTTTSr 10c Canyas at..... 5 85c Leather at...........*......jo-. SOc Leather at -25c 76c Leather at ............43 $1.25 Leather at. .5ftt 1 -SOCKS. 15c Fancy Cotton, 3 for......25o 35c Cashmere, light and heavy weights, at 17tt 50c and 75c Silk Lisle and Cash- 3 1 .^nere, at^ ,35^ Three for $1,00 $7.50-A very fine lot qt Smok i Ing Jackets, at --$3.TS'