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The Minneapolis journal. (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, December 21, 1906, Image 10

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MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Overcoats, Frey's Overcoats, $12.00
worth $15.60 to $18.00.
Our Black Kersey Overcoats at $22
are easily worth $30.00.
Men's and Boys' Suits from $2.00
to $28.00.
A large line of Fu Coats at greatly
reduced prices.
Hats, Shoes, 'Cravenettes.
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
No member your credit is as good as your cash.
if.'.- Ladies'.Suit from.
Ladies'.Coats from.
more appropriate present can
be.'given
jjvfc:Ha,t8 Shoes, CravenettesWe offer a bargain in Seal Coats.
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Sunday .and. holidays.
FOR CHRISTMAS
Nothing Finer or Fresher.
All Qur Own Make.
CORNER 7TH ST. and HENNEPIN AVE.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
Slippers
Make the Best Christmas Gifts
Our assortments are still fairly complete/
early Saturday morning.
We are showing a special
lot of men a $2.00 and $2.j50
Slippers, for Saturday at only
$1.50. *.:_
Men's Slippers-t"for only
$1.00. $
Women's Turkish Slippers
for 50c and $1.00.
Boys' Moccasins for $1.25.
Nothing nicer for dessert than Ives Ice Cream, and our three .flavor
and three-layer brick ice cream is delicious, healthful and easily
served. Deliveries made Sundays and all holidays.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
vNew York, English Pluto Pudding and Strawberry Ice j:'
One quart, 40c Two quarts, '750*
.Assorted with Ice Nut, Vanilla, Strawberry and Pineapple Ice
One quart, 40c Two quarts, 75
^AssortedChocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla
& One quart, 40c Two quarts, 75
JJjVamlla BulkOne quart, 35c Two quarts, 50o
%i IVP Strawberry BulkOne quart, 35 Two. quarts, 50c
fkts* Cioco^te BulkOne quart, 35 Two quarts, 50c
sFB-i, 't Pineapple Ice BulkOne quart, 35 Two quarts, 50o
sIf, your dealer does not handle Ives Ice Cream order.direct from the
,'vfactory not later than the day before, so as to be-jjinire of delivery
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Friday Evening,
Gor. First AT. S. and Sixth Street.
Open Every Evening Until Xmas.
$-\ In their advertisement'?..,.f__..... o, today beg to call "r*
special attention to their bargains in clothing: for
LADIEiS, MENIAND BOYS
Remember our clothing is a prod
act of the largest factories of New
York and Boston and has the ap
proved style of the best dressed
people of the world.
If you have always paid cash for
your clothing you will find a charge
account with us a .great conven
ience at this time. Bemember the
big credit clothing store has but
one price, cash or credit.
Comparison will prove that our
prices are no higher than the cash
stores.
Bu now pay later
....$12.00 to $30.00
$12.00 to $26.00
Come
Child's Felt Slippers for
only 25c.
Women's Pelt Slippers for
$1.00 and $1.50.
Boys' German Sox, 50c.
-Boys' Skating Shoes for
$3.50 and $3.00.
Children's Shoes fox 50c,
75, $1.00 and $1.50.
The Plymouth Clothing House, Nicollet and Sixth
Ives Ice Cream
Special
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PHONE N.W.'East 31 2 "^t^^T-'
A* Af- T, O. 16771 PHONES N W. East 24 'VV'
J^jes Ice 2rea J)p.^^m
215 2nd Ave. S:E.
When yotl advertise in e- ujna 1 for'agenW yotf want a particular
kindthere are many kinds. You wflFget Just'the kind you want if you will
state your proposition clearly. But you waste your opportunity If you vaguely
state, "Agents Wanted." Why not spread out the plan before them?
Railroads
WISCONSIN
NEARING1UPERI0R
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Weather Favoring Trains Will
Reach Head of Lakes By
'First of YeaViTi
Special to The Journal.
Superior, Wis., Dec.,, 21.rNotwith-
standing the fact that only five of the
eleven steam shovels on the line of the
Wisconsin Central between here and
Lady smith are in operation. Division
Engineer Higgins states that it is ex
pected that 150,000 cubic yards of earth
will be removed the present month and
that 100,000 will be moved in January.
The amount removed during Novem
ber, was 193,000 cubic yards.
About 600 men are now at work
along the ljne and more would be added
to the force if the contractors were
able to care for them. The breakdown
in the commissary department is the
only hindrance to progress which is
now worrying the officials and plans
are now being laid lor remedying that
defect. I is announced that unless
something entirely unforeseen takes
place to prevent trains will be run to
the head of the lakes before the
end^
of the present year.
In Douglas county considerable work
is being done. Two steam shovels are
being operated and three others will
be started shortly. One is engaged in
making a big cut near Gordon and the
others are scattered along the right of
way. The bridge-building crew is
actively at work on the long trestle
over the Nemadji river near South Su
perior and it soon will be ready for the
steel.
CONTRACTS ABE LET.
New York Firm Will Build New. Mich
igan-Wisconsin Koad.
Special to The Journal,
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 21'.Th.e con
tract for the construction of the Lake
Superior Southern has been let to D. E.
Baxter and company of New York. The
road will run from Huron Bay to Mad
ison, Wis., and work will be commenced
at once.
The road will have a main line of
200 miles, besides the many side lines
tapping productive regions in the upper*
{y
eninsula
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than a nice set of furs.
SURVEYORS GET BUST
South Shore Men Ran Line Near
Barnum.
Special to The Journal.
Barnum, Minn., Dec. 21.A crew of
surveyors recently arrived here and is
how engaged in running a line for the
proposed extension of the Puluth, South
Shore & Atlantic from Superior to the
Mille Lacs country. A corps of four
teen surveyors is now working north
of Moose lake.
This survey will not affect that made
last spring, which runs one mile north
of here towards Detroit. I is expected
that this line will begin from a point
on the first survey in the town of Black
Hawk, run southwest and cross the
Northern Pacific somewhere between
Barnum and Moose Lake.
Puts an Temporary Train.'
In response to demands, the St.
Louis road will put on temporary train
service on the western extension from
Watertown to Coride, S. D. This is
the point at which the lines "to Leola
and to Le" Beau branch. Beginning
Monday the company will send out a
mixed train from Watertown every
other day, returning the alternate clay.
The distance is about fifty milese.
Organize Trolley Road.
Special to The Journal.
Atlantic, Iowa, Dec. 21.A number
of business men of this city have
organized the Atlantic, Northern &
Southern railway with a capital stock
of $150,000. I is their intention to
build an electric road from Manning
to Villisca, by way of Elkhorn, At
lantic, Cumberland and Carbon." H.
Simmons is president of the new com
pany and Stier' secretary.
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I twill run in a southeaster
direction from Huron Bay andred
around the east side of Lake Mich
igamme. From there it will take a
South-southwesterly course and run thru
Dickinson county to the state line* be
tween Michigan and Wisconsin.
The line will touch districts in Dick
inson county which are being devel
oped and will run thru the richest farm
ing and dairy district in Wisconsin, to
the state capital.
LOOK TJP TH E AGREEMENT
Fergus Falls. Tries to Cinch Northern
Pacific Division Headquarters.
Special to The Journal.
Fergus Falls, Minn., Dec. 21.^-The
possibility that the Northern Pacific
might remove its division headquarters
from this place, reports to that effect
having gained currency, has led to much
discussion as to whether or not the
agreement between this city and the
company by which $200,000 of the
bonds of the county were issued to aid
in the construction of the road, did not
contain a clause making it]',obligatory
upon the company to retain division
headquarters here.
These bonds were voted by the coun
ty in February. 1881, were issued and
have been paid. The company which
constructed the road was known as the
Northern Pacific, Fergus Falls &,Black
Hills Eailway company, and this is the
company which secured the issue of
$200,000 in county bonds. The call, for
the special election at which- the bonds
were voted specified that $150,000 of
the issue /should be given in considera
tion of the construction of a line of
railway from the Northern Pacific main
line by way of Fergus Falls to Pelican
Bapids and $5.0,000 for/the construction
of a line'from Fergus Falls westward
to Breckehridge.
The Pelican Bapids line was' con
structed and afterwards turned over to
the Great Western. A search of the
office o'f the register, of deeds has failed
to' bring to light any agreement where
by the company was to maintain di
vision, headquarters here.
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New Road Buys Land.
Special to The Journal.
Jubilee, Iowa, Dec. 21.The Chicago,
Iowa & Northern railway, which pro
poses to build a railway from Ahamosa,
thru Waterloo to the southern Minne
sota line, has purchased eighty acres
of land here to use for station purposes
and will erect a depot and stockyards.
ij'i^v" SLEW WXFE HIS BUSINESS.
Butler, Pa., Dec. 21.Max Kafle, a Russian,
killed his wife last night by striking hep with
an iron, and also Injured a young daughter and
a boarder. The arrival of a squad of police
saved Kafle from the 'vengeance of a crowd
which had surrounded his home. When asked
by the police why -he had killed his wife Kafle
said: "I have a right to kill my wife it is
nobody's business but my. own."
Holiday Rates to Eastern and Canadian
Points Via Wisconsin Central.
Albany, N. "XVand return.,. .$45.00^
Boston, Mass...... _. 45.00? *$'
Buffalo, N.
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Montreal, Que.ii...
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35.0 0
Halifax, N. S.^.,,,, 60.00
Toronto, Ont.... 31.50
Also numerous other points, on sale
Dec. 12 to 22 inclusive. Eeturn limit
Feb. 25^1907. f,
MINNEAPOLIS^JOURNAL
WED
DARED TflEY A8E
BEF0RE_'aaD0b CLUB'
Journal Speoial SMviceY^'' $$.
Muskegon, Mich. Dec. 21.The'news
has leaked out that the Skidoo club,
an organization of ten Muskegon
young women, has furnished a highly
romantic early morning wedding, in
which Miss Lucy M, Schewleger of
Muskegon and Harry W. Simpson, a i 0
comotive engineer of Chicago, were the
principals.
Miss Schewleger had invited all th&
members of the club& for the evening
When the club assembled Miss
bchewlger announced her engage
ment to Mr. Simpson. After the
congratulations she notified all
present thatv the entertainment
ot the /evening would be to help her
prepare, her wedding clothes as the
marriage would take place some time
after the first of the year.
While the merriment was at its
height and refreshments were being
served, one of the young women pro
posed a mock wedding in view of the
future nuptials. William Schewlger of
Uncago, a cousin
obetter
the hostess, went
suggestion one and starlte
the crowd by saying: I dare you,cous
in, to make it a real marriage.''
Miss Schewlger refused to be dared
and the wedding was carried thru.
DEMAND FOR TRADING" STAMPS
Inovation by the S. & H. Company
:-4 Meets with Popular Favor.
This is a busy time at the Sperry &
Hutchinson green trading stamp store
at 616 Hennepin. The big floor is
crowded from morning to night with
stamp collectors, who are selecting
splendid Christmas gifts. The prem
iums which are all'readvf or delivery
are most varied and attractive, and it
is no wonder that the popular "stamp"
store is crowded.
A recent innovation with the S. & H.
company is the "Sperrv'gold stamp
which appeals to a certain class of col
lectors who prefer merchandise of their
own selection from their regular trad
ing store. Books filled with Sperry
gold stamps are good for $3 at th
grocer's, the meat market, the shoe
store, the tailor in fact, any place
one may wish to trade. There are ab
solutely no restrictions. The collector
is not confined to one or two down
town stores, but a certificate is given
by the S. & H. store for a filled book,
and this certificate will bo honored for
$3 worth of merchandise at nearly
every downtown store."
For a limited time the S. &rH. com
pany is accepting in any quantity red
stamps, giving exchange for' each
stamp one S. & green or one
Sperry gold stamp.
The Sperry & Hutchinson company
was organized twelve vears ago, and
since that time has met with marvel
ous success. The company now oper
ates and owns more Scores than any oth
er concern in the world. I is well
worth while to pay a visit to the S. &
H. store at 616 Helnaepin.
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Excursions to South: and Southeast
On sale first and. third Tuesdays each
month to and including April, 1907,
via Wisconsin Central Railway, at very
low rates. FOT full particulars address
or call upon Frank 1^. Towne, City
Ticket' Agent, 230, -Nicollet avenue,
Minneapolis. ''$
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Men's Felt Lace Shoes felt soles
challenge sale gjL w*
price .VIIAD
Boys' Canvas Leggings challenge
price *IPC
Little Gents' and Boys' dull finish
Rubbers challenge AQ
Simeon Ford
Some Buried Treasures
By BROUGHTON BRANDENBURG
There are still some leftand-they are
tempting. Our advice, however,
is simply to read about it!
If you
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Boys' box calf school Shoes chal
lenge sale A ja tfft
price I mrw^3
Children's fur trimmed Juliets
challenge sale A
price UvO
Misses' box calf and kid lace Shoes,
challenge sale &# 411
price, $1.49 and': I P.
Children's 2-buckle, high cut Arctic
Overshoes challenge
sale price
price
98c
Boys' House Slippers challenge
sale price,
98C and
Misses' Felt Juliet Slippers fur
trimmings challenge
sale price, 98c
challenge
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Dealers in
Oriental Rugs
Exclusively.
1000-2 Nicollet Ave.
By JOHN BARRETT
U. 8 Minister to Colombia
Ift wilt do pretty much all Americans good to read the plain truths given out here by a man who
knows! The immense wealth of trade at our doors which wo ignore, the beautiful and cultured cities
we snub, are all dwelt upon in a way that is as disconcerting as itjs convincing
JOHN KENDRICK
An Astral
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By GEORGE FORTIS
The splendid courage of women needs
no emphasis. It's an Interesting
subject
By ALLEN SANGREE
know how. this author handles his chosen subject, it's enough.
/ji^fihk^i nvled the pleasure of finding out
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FAMOUS ARCADE SHOE STORE
23 and 25 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUE AND 239 NICOLLET AVENUE.
Men's velvet embroidered Slippers,
challenge sale price t!h*%.
89c and 019C
Men's tan and black kid House
Slippers challenge sale tf^O^
price ,uOu
Men's tan and .black kid Bdmeosj
challenge sale fit4 A
price VPlaOtf
Men's buckle Arctic Overshoes
challenge- sale (fcftA
price uOU
Men's patent colt Bluchers chal
lenge sale A A mg%
lenge sale price
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Men's box calf and. kid ^Bluchers
challenge sale A A A
price 1 O
Men's velour calf- and kid Bluchers
$3.50 grades chal- O A
lenge sale price .^filaOv
Men's calf Tourraine Bluchers, $3.50
and $4.00 grades,
challenge sale price.
Men^s patent kid opera Slippers
$2.50 values chal- 0fj IB tHk
$2.85
measure ]sO pO
Best Fitting Pants On Earth.
411 Nioollot Av.
American
Fraternalism
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AL EXCLUSIVELY
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EI6E SUE
SHOES AND SUPPERS
Tor the Two Greatest Shoe Selling Days-
SHOEOHmriMTE I of the Year.
SHOE CERTIFICATES
Big Reductions on Useful and Attractive
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acteristic paragraphs in his After Dinner Speaking
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For VAUDEVILLE FUN, read
The ortonis' Star Act by Sewell Ford
Heroism of Women
Ladies' Felt Juliets, fur trimmings
challenge sale A O
price mPOG
Ladies' patent colt, gun metal calf
and vici kid Bluchers $3.00 grades,
challenge sale fl^O 9 A
price 9^Sa^-if
Ladies' vici kid Bluchers -welted
soles challenge A f^O
sale price .*.^p I FfV
Ladies' Felt Slippers and Juliets
challenge sale prices, AO.
$1.49 $1.19 and...... O O
Ladies' patent colt and gun metal
Bluchers challenge feQ E A
sale price VwiOU
Ladies' Storm Rubbers, fleece lined
challenge sale BA
price UvC
Ladies Storm Alaska Overshoes
challenge sale 4 5 O A
price DvO
Ladies' patent colt and gun metal
calf Bluchers chal
lenge sale price
Ladies' vici kid
lace5
lenge sale
price
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$3.00
Shoes chal-
Shoes chal
$1.49
32 and 34
6th St. So.
DON'T MISS ITS
The Hardest Way
By T. JENKINS HAINS
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amusing nvetatiea in it that waald be warn read*
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