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MAMMOTH GROCERY
litter Phone 353 Either Phoae
It's Eoonomy to Trad* At Yerxa'e
So many people trade at
Yerxa's that we are continually
replenishing1
SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS
Where you can always save
money.
Bakery and Pure Pood Dept.
ConfectioneryCanned Goods
Pickle Cereal Vegetable
Fruit.
iTerxa's Extra Flour, best patent,
98 lbs, .a A
Bag *......H*
Rolled Oats
per lb ....,w*^...^
tSTerxa Pancake Flour,
2-lb. pkg
Ugg-O-See, pkg 7
Toasted Corn Flakes, pkg 9
Yeast Foam, pkg 3
Corn Starch, 1-lb pkg. .4c
Bulk Macaroni, lb 5
Navy Beans, hand picked, qt..6c
Imported Macaroni, regular 15c,
Special lie
Bait, bag 3
Soda, Arm and Hammer Brand,
package 5c
Lard, pure, lb lie
matches, 12 boxes in pkg 9
Ginger Snaps, lb 5
Soda Crackers, lb 5
iPretzels, quart 4o
Aurora Tonic Cookies, regular 15c,
Special 10c
I/ancheon Olives, large, bot. .30c
JDill Pickles, quart 7
Fruits and Vegetables
^Catawba Grapes, basket..... 15c
Cranberries, quart 9
Florida Grape Fruit, each 6
Persian Dates, lb 6
Juicy Lemons, dozen 15c
Tangerines, large, dozen... .40c
Florida Oranges, dozen 20c
Navel Oranges,, dozen 25c
Boiled Cider, quart 20
Pure Apple Cider, sweet, gal..25c
"White Clover Honey, comb.. ,15c
Sweet Potatoes, 9 lbs 25
Leaf Lettuce, hothouse, bunch 3
Fresh Dairy Butter, lb 27
Bakery Specials
English Fruit Cake, each 8
Cookies, assorted, Home Made,
dozen 8o
Layer Cakes, regular 40o, special
(frosted while you wait.) .29
Spring Chickens, Roasted,
each 50
Taffy, any flavor, lb 10c
Cream Patties, always 40c,
Special 25
Baited Peanuts, lb 12c
Yerxa's Celebrated
Hoffman House Coffee
The extreme value and delicious
flavor of Hoffman House Coffee is
shown by its ever-increasing pop
ularity. It is a perfect blend of
Mocha and Java flavor, and if
you will give it a test you will
need no further argument to use
it regularly.
IN BULK,
PER LB.. v wv i. .t.
Yerxa's Ideal Market
Meats and Fish.
Spring Chickens, lb 121/2C
Hens, lb..., lie
Ducks, lb ...~..12tte
Geese, lb _!.12*6e
Porterhouse Steak, lb 12^c
Sirloin Steak, lb 12^c
Round Steak, lb 8
Pot Roast, lb 6c-7c8c
Hamburger, lb 6
Standing Rib Roast, lb 10c
Pork Chops, lb lie
Rib Roast, Rolled, lb.. 10clie
Leg of Lamb, lb......,..
Pork Sausage, lb.,. 10c
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 me. This Is a
veteran office, established 1880. and
my work lasts and Is right. Tho
prices as low as any competent den
tist's In the United States.
Free examinations and prices. Call
and see samples.
DR. HL S. RAY,
JgVWW* ^!fT^Ff?y ^Friday Evening,
the various depart
ments.
Resultyou will NEVER find
anything but fresh, choice goods
and at the very lowest prices.
Our salesmen are competent
deliveries are promptthe stock
Is complete. There is every rea
son why you should buy all your
groceries and meats at Yerxa's.
21c
8c
tit*. Ave., Cor. 4th St.
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City News
TOWN TALE
$-
EVENTS OF TONIGHT
Metropolitan Theater Bichard
Mansfield in "Peer Gynt."
Bijou TheaterKellar.
Orpheum TheaterVaudeville.
Lyceum Theater "Captain
Swiit.''
Unique TheaterVaudeville.
Dewey TheaterSam Devere'a
Own company.
First Baptist ChurchSpecial
revival services.
Wtest HotelCharity ball.
First Unitarian ChurchCham
ber music concert.
First Baptist ChurchConcert,
University of Minnesota Glee and
Mandolin clubs.
Minneapolis CollegePupils' re
cital.
TOMORROW'S CALENDAR
Alice Shevlin HallUniversity
Y. W. 0. A. bazaar, afternoon and
evening.
-4
Christmas photos. Now's the time.
Sweet's, 515 Nicollet.
Furnace sick, lazy or tiredf Phone
H. 0. Roberts.
Picture sale and framing pictures
cheap. Zesbaugh, 11 Fifth street 8. I Sfn^?n2W.
Cut-throat agencies are no fihPunPT
than we are. firmgur"subscripts S?T
to the Century News Store. 6 South 3d st I
Four per cent interest on your sav
ings if deposited with the State Insti
tution for Savings. 517 First avenue S.
Rev. Stanley B. Roberts speaks to
night at the Christian Workers' mis
sion. 29 Washington avenue S. Special
music.
Look what's hereThe Gem on Hen
nepin near Washington. High class
performances and the Gemograph. Cat
ering to ladies and children. Admis
sion 10 cents.
It. G. Focht, superintendent of schools
at Eagle Grove, Iowa, arrived in the
city last evening with twenty school
teachers. The party visited various
schools today to watch the work of the
Minneapolis teachers in the school
room.
Shoppers and bargain seekers are in
vited to patronize the advertisers in
the Bargain Counter Column on the
Want Page of today's issue. You need
have no hesitancy dealing with any
of these firms, for they are all reliable.
There will be an informal meeting
of the alumni of Cornell university or
Ithaca, N. Y., on Wednesday, Dec. 12,
at 8 p.m. at the Merchants' hotel, St.
Paul. All alumni, whether graduates
or not, are earnestly requested to be
present and to bring pipes.
The Fireproof Door company ,has
bought the Lloyd Manufacturing com
pany's building and site at 1610 Cen
tral avenue and will occupy them. The
priee was $20,000. The company,
which is now on Twelfth avenue S, will
move into its new quarters Dec. 15.
The South Minneapolis Total Abstin
ence society will give an entertainment
this evening over the Franklm Avenue
public library branch. Rev. P. Wmther
will speak and there will be music by
Augsborg Glee club and others. The
proceeds will go to the new hospital.
The legislature may be asked by the
board of underwriters of Minneapolis
to repeal the hand grenade law. Com
plaint has been made to the labor com
missionei, W. H. Williams, that hand
grenades are unnecessary in
"sprinkled" buildings, and that gren
ades are not used in other buildings.
The two intercollegiate debates in
which Minnesota will take part will
be held on April 5. The five univer
sities in the league experienced great
difficulty in arriving at a satisfactory
date on which all ten debates are to be
held, and this, the only suitable one,
is about six weeks later than usual.
Minnesota will send one team to Iowa,
and will take on Illinois in this city.
The Plymouth Rogers-Peet-Clothing,
Knox Hats, Hanan Shoes. For men
who value correct dress.
THREE REMAIN
Deputy State Treasurer and Two Clerks
Kept by Dmehart.
E. S. Pettijohn of St. Peter, deputy
state treasurer for the last six years,
will be retained in the same capacity
by the incoming treasurer, C. C. Dine
hart. Two other employees of the office
will be retained. E. L. Enckson will
be advanced to chief clerk, and Robert
W. Block, son of the retiring treasurer,
will remain as a clerk. Mr. Dmehart
announces that J. G. Willis of Mankato
and George La Fond of Little Falls
will be appointed clerk in the office,
and Mary L. Morse of Slayton, stenog
rapher. One other place is yet to be
filled.
SHAH IS BETTER.
Teheran, Persia, Dec 7 A slight Improve
ment was noted In the shah's condition yester
day and It waa maintained today The arrival
here of the heir-apparent. Prince Mohammed
Ali-Merza, has been deferred until Deo. 15.
The Bargain Counter Column on the
"Want Page" today will interest you.
Read it.
C. W. Heneilley
4ti Street and 14th Ave. 8.E.
SPECIAL SATURDAY PRICES
Sweet. Peck
Grap Fruity??!!. 122o
Lettuc 6 0
Walnu Heat &...39G
Dates p^nd 5o
OlieeseT^gS 17o
All Goods offeeBest Quality.
(The highest honor)
Awarded to
FlaYoriro
At the
8T. LOUIS
EXPOSITION.
far Mistymi rqprsswitstlvt jpooer*
ib sli/iL ^&ytfM>i'M^ii.im
SENATE PLACES
TO BE PARCELED
THIRTY-SIX REPUBLICANS WILL
HAVE PATRONAGE.
Old Senators Will Fare Well in Com
mittee AssignmentsFinance Chair
man to Be LocatedSmith Will Have
Taxes and Wilson JudiciaryDax
Hall of Renville for Public Health.
There are seven republican state sen
ators who will not have much voice
making up the list of senate employ
ees. The slate with S. A. Langum'S
name for secretary at the head is nowond
assured of going thru, and thirty-six
republican senators have signified their
desire to "sit in" when the pie is cut.
There are just that many places in the
patronage list, so each one of the thir
ty-six will name some one for a posi
tion. The senators who are parties to
the slate are:
J. Q. Briggs Houston county: L, O.
Cooke, Wabasha S. A. Nelson, Fill
more A. S. Campbell, Mower D. E.
White, Dodge F. E, Putnam, Fail
A. Hinton,
,v,UUO0
unn
E
MartinJohnson.
H. E
Cottonwood C. A.
rjaesetn ttooanue:
Nicollet: O. K. Naeseth, Goodhue
J^*' Washington: S-?Durment. and
Hackey, Ramsey J. T. Mweli, Jt
Calhoun, George Wilson, Manley Fos
seen and E. E. Smith, Hennepin
George C. Carpenter, Wright S. F. Al
derman, Crow Wing James Johnston,
Todd 0. J. Gunderson, Douglas V. B.
Seward, Lyon 0. G. Dale, Lao quistate
Parle Frank Clague, Redwood D. S.
Hall, Renville: L, 0. Thorpe, Kandi
yohi 0. J. Swanson, Anoka P. R.
Vail, T. M. Pugh and George R, Lay
bourn, St. Louis D. M. Gunn, Itasca
F. H. Peterson, Clay: A. D. Stephens,
Polk, and B. E. Sundberg, Kittson
Not all these senators will get the
places they want. There is rivalry for
some of the better appointments, and
when the caucus meets some of the
senators will have to be content with
something less than they are asking
for There is a contest on for sergeant
at arms, with Thomas Downs, Al
Stringer and James H. Ege all aspir
ants. They are all Hennepin men.
There are two or three candidates for
chaplain. It seems settled that W. A.
Simonton of Glenwood will be second
assistant secretary.
Outlook for Chairmanships.
Some of the senators area good deal
more anxious over their committee as
signments than they are about patron
age. A. 0. Eberhart, lieutenant gov
ernor-elect, is giving about all his time
to the committee list, and has met per
sonally most of the senators-elect. It
is expected that he will give some
preference to the old senators, but
there area number of able, aggressive
men coming into the body, and all are
ambitious for the best committee as
signments.
It is understood that the Hennepin
delegation will fare better than the
average. E. E. Smith will again head
the committee on taxes, and J. F. Cal
houn that on municipal corporations.
Senator Wilson is the dean of the law
yers in the senate, and is conceded the
chairmanship of judiciary. J. T. El
well will have the committee on uni
versity, and Manley Fosseen will prob
ably head the committee on Soldiers'
Home, as the institution is in his dis
trict. Senator Laybourn will probably
remain at the head of the insurance
committee. Frank Clague, having been
speaker of the house at the last ses
sion, will have especial consideration,
and it is considered likely that he will
head the railroad committee.
Finance, in most respects the most
important of all the committees, will
have a new head to suceed Ripley B.
Brower, and it may be A. D. Stenhens
of Crookston, F. H. Peterson of Moor
head, or L. O. Thorpe of Willmar. Sen
ator Shephens will retain the drain
age committee if he does not ask for
and get something better, and Sen
ator Thorpe will head the committee
on grain and warehouse, unless pro
moted. D. S. Hall of Buffalo Lake,
former congressman and a former sen
ator, is after the committee on public
health, dairy and food, and will prob
ably land it. There are several other
ood chairmanships, such as corpora
ions, banks, public accounts and exrules
penditures, and reapportionment, which
must be parceled out. Places on all
these committees are considered de
sirable.
The leading candidates for chaplain
of the senate are Dr. A. F. Elmquist
of Minneapolis, a minister in the Eng
lish Lutheran church, and Rev. J. W.
Eckman of Dunnell, Martin county,
who is a Swedish Lutheran pastor.
WANDERING BOY ARHESXED.
John Kosinan, 14 years of age, was arrested
in the St Paul union station yards yesterday
The boy told the police that he had run away
from his home in Seattle three months ajjo
following the Porepaugh circus to Columbus'
Ohio, that Blnce his absence his father and
sister had died, and that he is now trying to
get back homo He was put under the care of
the probation officer
Quality and price are both repre
sented in the Bargain Counter Column
on the Want Page today.
"-STlff THEATRE
MODERN VAUDEVILLE
Br*nlng, 18e. 25c, 60c. Price* nerar chang*
L. N. SCOTT,
Manager. METROPOLITAN
MR. RICHARD
MR. RICH,
MANSFIELD
PEER GYNT"
Tonight 7.45, tt
Sat. mat. 2 pm.
Saturday night -.."BEAD-
BRUMMEL"
Sunday .HI Henry's Minstrels
SEATS SELLING TODAY FOR
OTIS SKINNER
In the Celebrated Parisian StwcasB,
"THE DUEL,"
LYCEUM
Every Evenin* and Matineea Tuesday. Thurs.
day, Saturday, Sunday.
THE FRAWLEYS
offer: IAPTAII IWIFT
tfext Week "Tue Girt and the Judge"
FAMILY THEATER.
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and
Evenlnr
Mo aa
Pricea Wo. m* QQ fcXatinaea
Defective Page
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL-
PA HONO O DEPARTED
MEMBEBS OP HOETIOULTUEB
SOCIETY HEAR M. OWEN'S
MEMORIAL ADDRESSOFFICERS
ELECTED. Memorial services for the nine mem
bers of the society who have died in
the last year opened the session of the
State Horticultural society in the First
Unitarian church Thursday afternoon.
S. M. Owen of Minneapolis delivered
the memorial address.
Following this service the officers
for the ensuing year were elected. They
are president, S. B. Green of St. An
thony park secretary, A. W. Latham
of Minneapolis treasurer, George W.
Strand of Taylors Falls.
Vice PresidentsFirst congressional
district, J. W. Ramsdelh Homer sec
district, William Pfaender, Jr.,
New Ulm third district, J. M. Walden,
Northfleld Fourth district, W. S. Hig
bee, Eden Prairie Sixth district, Ells
worth Scranton, Montrose: seventh dis
trict, Marietta eighth district, L. B.
Arnold. Duluthj ninth district, Otto
Kankel, Fertile.
The society went into joint session
with the State Forestry association
with C. M. Loring, president of the lat
ter organization, the chatr. Profes
sor Samuel L. Green spoke of the need
of forest preservation and expressed
the hope that a school of forestry
might soon be established. Judge W
B. Douglas urged protection of game
and scored the market hunters.
A resolution urging the passage of
the bill introduced by Congressman J.
A. Tawney fixing the boundaries of
the Chippewa reserve was adopted. The
convention went on record as favoring
the appointment of S. M. Owen to the
forestry board. The following
officers were elected: S. M. Owen
Minneapolis, president T. T. Hackner'
lis, treasurer Wyman^EllfottT ATW.
Latham, S. B. Green, A. K. Bush and
Clarence Wedge, executive committee.
Following the election Professor
Harry A. Huston gave a stereopticon
lecture on "The German Orchard."
The horticultural society last night
banqueted at the West, with all the
members and their wives in attend
ance.
P.. V. Collins presided and the speak
ers included Roy D. Underwood, S. A.
Stockwell, Mrs. F. F. Farrar, R. A
Shutz, Eugene Secor. and C. S. Harri
son. Miss Fay Latham gave a recita
tion and Trafford N. Jayne rendered
two solos.
TWO LAWS ASKED
Council Committee on Legislation
Agrees on Needed Measures.
Two measures yesterday were recom
mended for passage by the legislature
at the meeting of the city council's
special committee on legislation. One
is a constitutional amendment author
izing the state legislature to enact leg
islation for the benefit of such cities as
have not adopted a home rule charter,
among which Minneapolis is the most
notable example.
Under present conditions it is well
nigh impossible to secure any legisla
tion for Minneapolis, as any measure
designed for the relief of this citv is
invariably under the suspicion of being
special legislation.
The committee recommended the pas
sage of a measure authorizing city
councils to designate depositories for
SIinneapohs
ubtle funds. At the present time the
council is unable to des
ignate such depositories as the law re
quires, such institutions to pay inter
est at the rate A* 3 per cent, which all
refuse to do.
THEATER MEN AROUSED
Small Show Houses Cause Regulars to
Take Notice.
The proprietors of the regular thea
ters of the city are to be called togeth
er in a few days to consider the recent
sudden rise of small theaters all over
the city and to discuss measures for
protection. In the last few months
nearly a dozen small houses have
opened in store buildings and other
quarters.
The managers of the regular houses
will take the stand that they are
obliged to conform to certain strict
in the conduct of their business,
especially with regard to exits. It is
contended that the necessary fire pre
cautions are not observed? that the
places are allowed to go into any or
dinary store building, and that, while
the regular houses, with heavy invest
ments, are bound by strict rules, the
small places, with no investment, and
in many cases operated by persons of
no responsibility, are allowed to do
business free of regulations.
FIRE SCORCHES RESIDENCE,
Fire yesterday caused 82,000 damage to the
house and contents at 185 Summit avenue. St
Paul The fire started from the chimney and
broke thru the roof before It was discovered
The house was flooded with water before the
flames were extinguished The residence, which
is owned by R. Newport and occupied by
A McCormick, was damaged $1,500, the
contents $500.
Quality and price are both repre
sented in the Bargain Counter Column
on the Want Page today.
PAPTNTA
FOUR BARDS
ZAZELLE & VERNON CO.
PRESTON KENDALL
WTLLAHOLT
WAKEFIELD
MANHATTAN COMEDY 4
BLACK & JONES
KINODROME
Matinee
Today
25c
AUDITORIUM
JP?fday Evening, Deo. 11
JESSIE
MACLACHLAN
Scottish Concert Co.
Under Auspices ot
CLAM fiORDON, U. S. A.
Tickets on Sal Tomorrow (Saturday)
Metropolitan Muslo Store.
i oiirifigiii^^
TO-NldHT
8:15
BIJOU
Matinee Tomorrow 2:80.
FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT
The World's Oraataat
Mg^gn
KELLAR
Wart Week.... ....."The Smart get"
Dewey Theatre
TWICE DAILY
5AM DEVERE'S
OWN COMPANY
LADIES' BAT FRIDAY.
Wert We* MIM New YoA W, 0*
FURNITURE
NOVELTIES
RUGS
FANCY
PILLOWS AND
BRIO-A-BRAO
December
A $1.00 Table
A $1.25 Table
A $1.50 Table
1906,
s=== [Your Credit Is Good at the New England
Special One Day's Sale-Saturday-Bric-a-
Brac, Fine China and Novelties.
A Sc Table
A 15c Table
A 25c Table
A 50c Table
A 75c Table
100 KI BODY DOLLS, Full Jointed,
with Bisque Forearms and Hands.
Regularly 75c SPECIAL
SATAURDAY
ALSO 8PECIAL SALE MEN'S AN
BOYS' ICE "HOCKEY" SKATES,
8ATURDAY, PER S
PAIR, $2.00, $1.50 and..... 0*10
The One Price Complete House Furnishers.
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL BARGAINS
OUR STOCK OF FURNITURE
NOVELTIE8Low Priced, Medium
Priced and High PricedIs Far and
Away over anything we ever
showed at Holiday Time
OUR DEPARTMENT OF RUG8,
both Oriental and Domestic, Is
overflowing with Attractiveness.
Our Drapery Department Is re
plete with Novelties In Pillows and
Exquisite Brlc-a-Brac. while our
Panorama Building, Fifth Street
and First Avenue Entrances, Is
GLASS AN
SILVER WARE
TOYS, DOLLS,
GAMES
CAMERAS AND
TALKING
MACHINES
Special Three-Hoor Horning Sale Saturday.
SK. SATURDAY MORNING, BETWEEN 8 AN 11
O'CLOCK,f
Plenty of RoomPlenty of Goods
Plenty of Salespeoplebut
Come Early.
ON THIS TABLE WILL BE
FOUND Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Bowls, Vases. Pin Trays. Et Val
ues up to 20cj CHOICEn
SATURDAY.... 5
2^.,,T. Pickle Dishes, Creamers, Cups ana
Saucers, Vases, Bowls, Bon-Bons,
Etc. Values up to 40of 1 A
SATURDAY CrIOICE..
ON THIS TABLE WILL BE
FOUND Almond Dishes. Vases,
Plates, Tea Pots, Trays, Spoonen,,
Nut Bowls, Creamers and CUDS
and Saucers Values
WC E WILL SELL' 200 HANDSOME FOOT-
UK
E
9Jbf
XATL
PICTURE, except with Round
Top 10/g Inches In Diameter, instead of square as shown
Shape Gilded Legs, Upholstered In Attractive Velours
These Stools are constructed as Substantially as If they
were priced at $1.00, their Approximate Value. We will
sell the small quantity we have, 200, as long as they
last, during the hours specified, AT EACH...
Not more than One to a Customer, and No Deliveries*
Trays-,c
sPo
8,flate*'L
E WILL Be TAB
EPUK,NI^H,
A I Oc Table
Cup
ana oaucers,, values up to 1 J?
60c CHOICE SATURDAY... O
ON THIS TABLE WILL BE
FOUND Vases, Tobacco Jars, Rose
Bowls, Bon-Bons, Jelly Dishes,
Olive Dishes, Plates. Cups ancf
Saucers and Cream Pitchers, Val
ues up to $1.00{ CHOICE _
SATURDAY.... COQ
ON THIS TABLE WILL BE
FOUND Chocolate Pots, Smokers'
Sets, Tobacco Jars, Sugar and
Cream Sets, Bon-Bons, Vases.
Cups and Saucers, Plates and
Spoon Trays, Values up to Bft.
$1.25 CHOICE SATURDAY..Q UO
ON THIS TABLE WH. BE
FOUND Sugar and Cream Sets,
Plates, Hair Bottles, Steins, Vases!
Lemonade Jugs, Bon-Bons and To
bacco Jars, Values up to
$1.50 CHOICE SATURDAY.. 75c
ON THIS TABLE WILL -BE
FOUND Salad Bowls, Chocolate
Pots, Cups and Saucers, Vases.
Jugs, Fruit Bowls, Sugar and
Cream Sets, Brush and Como
Trays and Jardinieres, Values UD to
$1.75 CHOICE SAT-
uIRDAY.
ilue up to
SI.00
ON THIS TABLE
FOUND Creams an Sugars,
Bowls, Vases, Seven (7) Piece
Berry Sets. Cake Plates, Smokers'
Sets and Cho Plates, Values up to
:.....$|,2Ed5B8alaLLIW
..s.d
AT
CE
tfR1S^.Hlp ON THIS TABLE WILL BE
FOUND Mayonnaise Bowls, Chop
Plates, Cream and Sugar Sets,
Salad Bowls, Tobacco Jars and Cel
ery Trays, Values up to $3.00.
CHOICE SATUR-
DAY (1.50
Dolls!
IFOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS W E
$FFER 200 KI BODY DOLLS EX-
ACTLY LIKE PICTURE, with Long
Flowing Wigs, Moving Eyes, Pearly
Teeth and Fine Shaped BodyCom
plete with Shoes and Stockings Reg
ularly $1.00 8PECIAL A.
Saturday xa QvC
49c
100 FRENCH JOINTED DOLLS, 19
Indies Long, Finest Quality Movable
Papier Mache Bodies, Beautifully
Modeled, Extra 8Ire, Lovely Faces
IftW'tJfcWW!:. 98c
Special Sale Roller Skates
200 PAIRS ROLLER SKATES, Reg
ularly 75c SPECIAL SAT- Ool
URDAY, PER PAIR .~...OSfC
The
$2.98
^^fc-
Illustration
Tells Its
Ow Story.
3
Santa Claus is making his
Headquarters at "The New
England" This Year, as here
toforeand will be looking
for you tomorrowSatur-
dayEverybody!
orowded to the guards with The
Most Beautiful Things In Glass.
Metal, Wood, Leather, China and
Silverware that we ever offered our
Customers. Our Usual Holiday
stock of Toys, Dolls and Games
only much bigger than heretofore,
Is at the disposal of Folks With
Children's Gifts In mind
OUR CAMERA AN TALKI NG
MACHINE SECTIONS offer every
thing Desirable, and our Japanese
Department, at Fifth Street, Next
Syndicate Block, Is perhaps Tho
Most Attractive of AIL
35c
Special Bargains from Our Popular
Leather Goods Department
Two-Piece Toilet Sets, 49o
200 TW O tt) PIECE
TOILET SETS, com
prising a Fine Black
Brush and Good
Combpacked In Neat
Box, Regular $1.00
Value SATURDAY 49c
Special Sale Laiiei*
Fine Haid Bags.
ABOUT 200 LADIES' FINE
BAGSall This Season's
Leathers and Shapes, Reg
ularly $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
CHOICE SAT-
|SI.4A9ji U*AY
Tobaeoe aad Cigar Jm,
75c
BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS TOBAC-
CO AN CIGAR JARS Plated
75c BMRS&^l^?^
50o Leather Cellar and Gift
Bexeif Saturday,
19C
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DIES' SKATES, First
Class In Every Par
ticular, Regularly $1.50
SATURDAY,
PAIR
New England Furniture & CarpetCo.
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LAST, 300 BLAC LEATHER-
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Special Sale flag Beading
Lamas,
$3.75
FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS
W E OFFER 100 BEAUTIFUL
READING LAMPS LIKE PIC-
TURE, with either Green and
Black or Ruby and Black Base*
Complete with "Lindsay" Burnr,
Mantle, Tubing, Imported Green
Shade and Green Fringe, Regularly
$5.50 SATURDAY, AL A im
COMPLETE, A3 ABOVE $3. 5
Only $2.98 for a First Class
Talking Machine.
FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS W E
OFFER 100 ONLY, SUBSTANTIAL-
LY CONSTRUCTED AN fi ALTO-
GETHER DESIRABLE TALKING
MACHINES A THE a
RIDICULOUS PRICE OP... #Zs9o
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This Wonderful
Talking Machine
Uses The Standard
Cylinder Record,
and gives as Fine
Results as many
Machines costing
Ten Timet as milch.
The Base Is Hand
somely finished and
the Machine is
equipped with
10
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$2.98
Special Sled Sale
9.5 SATURDAY'S BUSINES8SL W
P.
HARDWOOD E DB
^Fifth St., Sixth St. and Firs* Are. So.
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Hand Painted (not dipped) and Deco
rated, with Round Spring Steel Run-
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