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KVs
415 to 419
Nicollet Ave.
Browning, King & Co
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Don't Forget Yourself
xv
Fancy Cranberries, qt., 10c
Choice Baldwin Apples, pk. 32c.
Juicy Lemons, doz., 18c.
I Large Navel Oranges, doz., 30c.
80 size, Florida Grape Fruit, each, 6c.
Seeded Raisins, 1-lb. pkg., 12%c
Cleaned Currants, 1-lb. pkg., 12% c.
Small Prunes, 5-lb., 24c
Large 15c prunes, 5-lb., 55c.
Fruit Cakes, lb 35c by the whole
cake, lb.*, 30c.
Soda or Oyster Crackers, lb., 5c.
Domestic Macaroni, lb., 7c.
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb., 32c.
Roquefort Cheese, lb., 50c.
Edam Cheese, Dutch, each, $1.10.
Pineapple Cheese, 45c and 65c.
Wisconsin Cheese, lb., 16c.
Mince Meat, lb., 12% c.
Dill Pickles, qt., 7c.
Pickled Onions, qt., 28c.
O. C. Corn, can 10c doz., $1.18.
O. C. Succotash, can 10c doz., $1.18.
O. C. Tomatoes, can 15c doz., $1.70.
New Telephone Peas, can, 10c.
Minnesota Sweet Corn, can 5c doz.,
58c.
Asparagus, Green, large cans peeled,
can 50c.
French Mushrooms, can, 28c
doz., $3.25.
French Peas, extra fine, can, 22c
'doz. $2.45.
Asparagus Tips, can, 30c.
Fancy Mixed Nuts, lb., 18o.
Black Walnuts, pk., 50c.
Large Hickory Nuts, pk., 50c.
Soft Shelled Walnuts, lb., 18c.
Layer Figs, lb., 18c.
French Bon Bons, 5-lb boxes, $1.22.
R. & R. Plum Pudding, can, 22c.
C. & B. Black Currant Jam, can, 32c.
Orange Maramalade, imported jar,
18c.
Florida Guava Jelly, glass, 24cf.'
Bar le Due Jelly, glass, 25c.
Our Famous Pickwick Blend of
Coffee, lb., 27c 4-lb., $1.00.
'N PLANNING GIFTS FOR OTHERS, DON'T
FORGET YOURSELF.
ONE OR ANOTHER OF THE HALF
DOZEN STYLES OF SACK SUITS THAT
WE HAVE OUT FOR THIS SEASON IS
MEANT TO MEET JUST YOUR TASTE.
THERE'S AN EQUAL CHOICE HERE IN
OVERCOAT STYLES.
OVERCOATS, $15 TO $45. NEW SUITS, $15 TO $35.
Special Saturday
PREPARATORY to stock-taking January
i st, we have sorted out and placed on separate
tables about 500 Winter
SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
reducing the former selling prices, $18, $20 and
$22, for Saturday to
FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
The bargain-hunter is sure to find prizes by a
look through these lines. The Browning-King
quality, of course.
Broadway and 32d Street* MEW
The T. M. Roberts Go-Operative Supply Go.
717 W(COLLET AVENUE.
This Binder to Hold Them $* SO
We are Loose Leaf Specialists See us or -phone us.
Our Systems Man Will Call on Request.
Evening,
415 to 419
Nicollet Ave.
YORICFaetory.Cooper Square
A complete line of high
grade Sternau Chafing
Pishes from $2.00 up.
A complete line of Oof
Percolators and Coffee
Machines. A beautiful line
of Toilet Sets, Smoking Sots,
Carving Sots. All the best
makes at popular prices. W
have Warranted Scissors from 25
upWarranted Pocket Knives from
20c
UP- Complete line of Wm.
Bogera Silverware at wholesale
prices. Complete line of Rogers
Bros. Silverware, 1847 brand, a
wholesale prices. Come in and see
what you can do* Thousands of
pairs of Skates at cut prices. Boys'
Sleds, Guns and Cutlery for Xmas.
OPEN EVENINGS.
GOING TO TAKE
INVENTORY? Inventory Sheets, ruled, print- A 4 a
ed and punched, per hundred
Either phone 804.
COOTEY-BLODGETT COMPANY,
Stationers. Lithographers, Printers Binders.
308-314 4th Av. S., opp. Chamber of Com., Minneapolis.
WORTHY OF THOUGHT
mH
The charm in many a face ia lost
through lack of the care of the teeth.
Early attention saves both teeth and
money. OUR WORK IS PAINLESS
*&WSMD AND GUARANTEED.
Best 22k Gold Crowns 93.00
Best Bridge Work $3.00
Set of Teeth that fit, best ma
terial, price $3.00 to $8.00
FILLINGS 50o
MM PAIILES S DENTISTS
MINNEAPOLIS II ST. PAUL
rjf'W Offices II Offices
243 Mleollet Ave. 11 *76 Robert St.
CS1RACKEHC0
2636 SOUTH5T-
4 'Why keep the "don't want things" and worry about the "can't get things"?
A Journal want ad negotiates a trade
STREET
Choice Golden Rio, lb., 22c 5-lb., $1.
50c English Breakfast Tea, lb., 27c:
4-lb. $1.
Tetley's 60c yellow label, 1-lb. tins,
42c.
Walter Baker's Chocolate, %-lb.
cakes, 15cf
Best Shredded Cocoanut, lb., 15c.
Bankrupt Stock Imperial Brewing
Co. Ale, while the lot lasts, bot.,
10c doz., 90c. Also a few casks
of stout at the same price.
$1 Sauterne, bot., 58c.
50c unfermented Grape Juice. bot.
38c.
$1.25 Apricot Brandy, bot., 88c.
$1 Kummel, bot., 78o.
00c Williams Canadian Rye, bot., 68c.
Sunny Slope Bourbon, full qt., 80c.
Keystone 1854 Rye, 78c.
Port Wine, California, absolutely
pure, bot., 30c gal., 55c gal.,
Famous Old Barton Port, gal. $1.50.
Holly, Holly Wreaths, Mistletoe,
Evergreen Wreathing, Christ
mas Candles and Decorations/
FANCY DRESSED POULTRY, TUR
KEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS AND
GEESE. Round Steak, lb., 8c.
Sirloin Steak, lb., 10c.
Pot Roast, any cut, lb., 6c.
Ribs of Beef, lb, 3c.
Rib Roast, standing, lb., 8c*
Rib Roast, rolled, lb., 10c.
Pork Loin Roast, lb., 10c.
Pork Chops, lb., lie.
Breakfast Mackerel, three for 25c.
Spring Lamb Shoulders, lb., 10c.
Richfield Breakfast Sausage has
no equals|4Try it.
T*-
-t
3s*
FINGER PRINT EIRD
MA FttE PlTttCK
Smudge Spot on Dead Million
aire Will Offers Hope
Lawyer.
Journal Special Service.
New York, Pec. 21.Lawyer Albert
T. Patrick's fight for freedom will be
gin immediately. He is not satisfied
with the commutation of his sen
tence to life imprisonment. Not only
will he seek to prove that William M.
Rice was not murdered, but that his
death was due to the causes ascribed
by Dr. Curry in the death certificate,
''old age, weak heart, dlarrohea, and
mental worry." Following this Pat
rick will contend that he did "not forge
the Rice will as alleged.
Without Patrick's knowledge, new
and hitherto unpublished evidence has
been received concerning the alleged
forged signatures, which a justice of
the appellate division of the supreme
court regards of grave importance.
Albert H. Hamilton of Auburn, N. Y.,
an expert in toxicology, holds this in
formation and over his own signature
has made the declaration that the visi
ble proof can be shown that the dis
puted signature on which the prosecu
tion relied to establish a motive is gen
uine, handwriting of Rice.
Finds Finger Imprint.
In explaining the disputed Rice sig
naturethose which it was alleged Pat
rick had forgedHamilton discovered
on one a faint smudge at the upper
part and at the outer curl of the "R"
and just above the dot of the "i." He
discovered that the blot haa been
caused by the imprint of a forefinger.
Without telling of his discovery to
anyone Hamilton went to Rochester
and made an examination of the full
set of exhibits in the law library of
the court of appeals? He scrutinized
the great mass of admitted signatures
of William M. Rice and after a long
search found a check on which ap
peared a tiny smudge over the last
three letters of the signatures. The
magnifying glass showed this to be the
imprint of a finger, made when the ink
was nearly dry. Hamilton made a
measurement and to his amazement dis
covered the lines to be identical with
the lines in the disputed signature he
had examined in Auburn.
TEN TERRORISTS
ARE EXECUTED
Members of Band That Had
Bobbed and Murdered, Shot
at Sunrise.
Riga, Russia, Dec. 21.Ten terrorists
were executed here at sunrise today.
They belonged to a band guilty of a
series of robberies, bomb outrages and
murders extending over months and
also were concerned in a plot to kill
Baron Moellers-Sakomelsky, governor
general of the Baltic provinces, which
was frustrated by the arrest of two of
the leaders on the day fixed for his as
sassination.
War Scare Subsides.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 21.Altho For
mer Minister Iswolsky's note concern
ing the Russo-Japanese negotiations
has satisfied Tokio and the government
has received intelligence from London
and Washington which excludes the
possibility of war, General Batanieff
predicts that the Japanese will raise
other points which will lead to* dis
putes. He urges the rapid re-enforce
ment of the Manchurian army.
Mr. Motoni, the Japanese envoy, is
becoming less aggressive and now
bases his demands upon the wording of
the Portsmouth treaty. The press
ascribes his moderation to Japan's con
viction that war would be unpopular
and that the- sympathy of all other
nations would be on the side of Russia.
STRIKE IN AUSTRIA
Postal Service Tied Up by Obedience
to Ancient Rules.
Vienna, Dec* 21.A "passive resist
ance" strike involving all the postof
fices of Austria and 25,000 employees,
men and women, began today as a pro
test against the conditions under which
employees are compelled to labor. The
'passive resistance" simply con
sists of absolute obedience to the strict
letter of the antiquated regulations,
which are quite inapplicable to modern
requirements. The employees are thus
enabled to paralyze the mail service
without contravention of the rules. Ne
gotiations are expected to bg resumed
with the view of arranging a compro
mise. The men have been agitating for
years with the object of securing an in
crease of pay which begins at about
45 cents per day and rises to a maxi
mum of 90 cents after forty or .fifty
years of service.
BURIED UNDER HOUSE
Ooolie Lived for Five Months Without
y-
Foo or water
London Cor. Chicago Tribune.
Mail news from South Africa tells
of a Chinese coolie who had been found
alive after being half buried for five
months under a house. In all that
time he was without food or waterI
He had not an ounce of flesh on him.
His bones were merely covered with
skin. The only possible explanation of
his being alive after the fast of five
months is given by medical experts,
who say that the man must have been
in a state of coma or trance thruout
the period.
The story is told in detail by the
South African News. On April 17 last
a Chinese coolie wanted by the police
for robbery was missing from the Ca
son mines, Johannesburg. On Sept. 19
Mr. Anderson, manager of the New
Comet mine, heard groans under his
house.
He informed the controller of Chi
nese in the adjoining mine, from which
some coolies were missing, and a gang
of men took up the veranda boards and
also the floor of one of the rooms. This
disclosed the groaning Chinaman. He
was a veritable skeleton. His eyes
were glassyt His clothed had rotted
off. He wa* in such a state that the
searching party could hardly near
him. He wa jjtfst able4to
THE MINNEAPOLI
groano Th
man was lifted out and hurried to the
hospital. He jjould barely say a few
wordB, explaining who he was and when
he crawled under the "hduse. Then he
died, the doctors say, from the effect
of the fresh air.
The Chinaman weighed seventy
pounds. He had crawled thru a small
hole under the house and became
wedged so tha he could not move either
way.
According to a celebrated composer, the popu
lar aong tho sneered at by the superior, is In
reality the ambition of most composers Thou
sands of them, he says "would give their ears
to write a tune that reached the barrel or
gans And -when it has been on the organs
some little time a good many other people
MIS IAR IS
r^ fill I N BRIIMN
Radical Feeling Flames Up as Re
suit of Education Bill's
Defeat.
Journal Special Service.
London, Dec. 21."The lords have
killed it. Let to kill the lords."
In bold, black letters this appears
across the front page of this evening's
Star. It metaphorically represents the
feeling of the radicals, especially the
nonconformists, thruout the country
over the action of the house of lords
in the defeat of the liberal govern
ment's education bill.
A terrific fight will be waged against
the upper house for yesterday's vote.
The Star, which expresses the views* of
thousands of advanced radicals and so
cialists, counsels a remorseless religious
war with the aim of "ousting the
Church of England from our schools
and parliament.*'
^As for the lords," continues the
paper, it is fitting it should share the
fate of the church to which it has pros
tituted itself. Let them both perish
together. The church has chosen, as
st has chosen in France, to defy the
nation.''
Bitter resistance will now be made
thruout the country, possibly accom
panied by some disturbances, to the ex
ecution of the education laws. The
present law, after yesterday's "action,
is that enacted by Mr. Balfour's gov
ernment, and nonconformists declare
that they will refuse to pay the rates*
it demands, the public money going to
ward instruction in Church of England
doctrines. Some have had their goods
distrained for the non-payment of
rates. Many prefer to go to prison
rather than comply with the law, which
has recently been upheld by the high
est court of appeal in'the country.
Bryce Admits It.
London, Dec. 21.The appointment
of James Bryce to be ambassador at
Washington in succession to Sir Mor
timer Durand is now admitted by Mr.
Bryee himself.
Mr. Bryce, being repeatedly ques
tioned by his colleagues today, did not
deny that this was his last day in par
liament.
Parliament Prorogued.
The king's message proroguing par
liament was received in the house of
lords this afternoon and read before
the members of both houses. It was a
colorless recitation detailing the prin
cipal international agreements to
which Great Britain had subscribed
during the past two months. After its
reading the members of both houses of
parliament separated until Feb. 2.
HIS DEATH UNSOLVED
Jury Fails to Clear Mystery in Tragic
Fate of Erickson.
Special to The Journal.
Ellsworth, Wis., Dec. 21.At the in-
?vert
ues held yesterday over the body of
Erickson, who died as th| result
of injuries received on the Bed Wing
road on Dec. 5, a verdict was brought
in that he came to his death in some
manner unknown. In the opinion of
the district attorney and of every one
who attended, JErickson met with foul
play in some way. The nature of his
wounds showed that he had been beaten
and also run oyer by a team, which sup
ports the theory current among his
neighbors.
'iti' i
PROPOSED OVER PHONE
Iowa* Girl Accepted, While "Central"
Was Dazed for Once in Her Life.
Special to The Journal.
Bloomfield, Iowa, Dec. 21.Lee Car
lisle of this city and Gertie Rue of
Ottumwa, each 18 years old, were mar
ried as'the ^result of a telephone pro
posal. Carlisle called 'his sweetheart
by phone, and said:
"Come down here and we will get
married.''
"All right," responded Miss Bue.
She secured the consent of her
parents, Carlisle did likewise, and the
wedding took place, Elder Downing
officiating. Why Take
Business Home?
Are Your Nerves Constantly Strained
With Groundless Worries?
The cause of this tense condition is
in your stomach. Your food does not
digest properly. Nine-tenths of all dys
pepsia and- indigestion is of the nerv
ous type and the only certain cure is
to right the cause. Tonics, brain foods,
bitters, ^etc, are mere temporary stimu
lants. Your stomach and small intes
tines have become deranged w? im
proper selection of foods, imperfect
mastication and irregularity both as to
time and amount of eating.
CAN'T THROW OFF HIS CARES.
The mucous coating of the stomach
and intestines has lost its power of
secreting the gastric ^juice (an impor
tant factor in digestion) the muscles
of the middle coating are correspond
ingly lifeless in grinding up the food,
and as a result, the food lies in your
stomach fermenting, poisoning the
blood, irritating the nerves and creak
ing down the system.
Something must be done to arouse
the digestive organs to action. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets alone have been
found capable of digesting the food for
the unhealthy stomach. They contain
diastase, pepsin fend other digestive
agents which the stomach itself pos
sesses when in health. These agents
digest the food for the stomach and
give the stomach a chance to rest and
regain its normal powers.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are not a
patent medicine, the formula for their
preparation having beep made public
and known to 40,000 physicians in the
United States and Great Britain. By
government tests, Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets have been shown not only to
contain no harmful ingredients, but to
possess digestives of higher purity
than found in any other preparation.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are rec
ommended by physicians everywhere,
and can be
boughmanufacturefs
direct from
of any druggist or
Tthe
Defective Page jj
at 5 0
cents per box.
If preferred, a free trial package
will be sent you immediately upon re
ceipt of name and address. F. A.
Stuart Co, 73 Sjtuart Bldg.. Marshall,
Take quick advantage- of these offers.
Fine
colored fancy
worth $1^Oc.
Individually boxed neckwear,
worth 50c25c.
Fancy SuspendersEmbroid-
ered webs, non-rust buckles,
worth 50c25c.
$1 quality silk web suspend-
ers--50e.
Mocha Gloves, Kid Gloves and
Suede Gloves, all dress
leathers$1.
Silk lined gloves$1.15.
Boys* Suits, Scotch Cheviots, Worsteds
Thibetssizes 6 to 17$2.95.
silk ties,
Beauty.
Usefulness.
Permanency.
The essentials to
Christmas gift.
Give a Welsbach Port
able Lamp.
It combines beauty with
usefulnessand lasts.
It's always a pleasant
reminder of the giver.
Welsbach Portables
$2.50 up complete, con
nected without extra
chargeand 217 kinds.
Store Open Evenings.
Welsbach Store
101 East Sixth Street
St. Paul
Christmas
Shopping Made
Easy
at Cirtier's,
602 Nicollet. 49 6th St. So.
TTER
fjnflfi With every $1.00 purchase
SJLTMKM we will give in addition to
regular amount $2.00 S. &
H. Green Trading Stamps.
Good Dairy, pound JJ6c
28c
Extra fine Separator Dairy, 5-lb
jar $1.39 to $1.49
Good Creamery, fresh, 5-lb jar $1.54
Extra fancy Creamery, the very
freshest and best, 3 and 5-lb jars,
pound 3c
TtftiiQ No. 1 guaranteed good,
493
doze
uUU&
2
Strictly fresh, dozen 32c
Telephone your order early.
T. O. 9011. K. W^610.
MILLER DAIRY CO.
618 HENNEPIN AV.
THE
North American
"The good of the old, the
best of the new methods,"
IN CONNECTION WITH I
The Postal Telegraph-Cable
Grievishu
Optician
Protect Your Eyes with Toric Lenses
407 KIOOLLBT ATE.
With White & MacNaught, Jewelere.ll
Why keep the "don't need things"
and worry about the "can't get S
things?" A Journal -want ad nego
tiates a trade.
43-45' Washington Avenue S.
Two for One S. & H. Green Trading Stamps and 30 more gratis, on any
purchase of $1 or more anywhere in the store from now until Xmas.
NeckwearExtra wide Squirrel lined gloves and
mitts$2.50 and $3.
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs and
China Silk Handkerchiefs.
Fine qualities50C
25c.
Canadian Cheviot Overcoats, Frieze Overcoats, Melton Overcoats,
Kersey Overcoats, Tweed Suits, Thibet Suits, Serge Suits.
You will appreciate the square deal cent-per-cent values that mean"the
greatest bargains of the year.
Every size, 34 to 46. You can walk the high priced district from
end-to-end and never see their superiors at $15.
25% Discount
ON ALL
NOVELTIES
In Our Store
EXCEPT
FURNITDRE AID
SHEFFIELDSILVEBWAEE
^AA*A^^
J.A.Clow&Co
806 NICOLLET
Interior Becoritors and Furnishers
hapman's
8th and Nicollet
Our special for yonr Sunday dinner will be
Vanilla Ice Cream and Orang Ice
Quart, 50o
Our speeial cake will ba Spiced Fruit Loaf with
Chocolate Icing also Nat Layer and Fig
Loaf, each Cwv
Crescent Coffee Cakes, each, 10c Lovers' Knots,
dozen, 10o German Honey Cakes, dozen, 30C
Peppernuts, lb., 30C.
Monday's Specials German and Norwegian
Christmas Cakes, each, 16C.
Our Cooked Food Department: Spring Chickens
roasted, 8% lb average.
CHRISTMAS CANDIES.
We are manufacturers. Leave your orders with
us and get the freshest and purest candies made.
SPECIAL OHMS*MAS BOXES all ready for
delivery, daintily packed, at 20c, 25c, 80c, 40c, 50c,
60c 80c and up,
Christmas Tree Decorations.
Plu Pudding Ssrsftr...30c
Black Fruit Cake .Xn,50c
Mince Pies 2"^. 25c
Our Special Ice Cream for your Christmas dinner
will be Bisque of Almond and Cherry Cfla
Ice, quart 3UC
Fresb arrival of
ENGLISH HOTHOUSE GRAPES.
Grocer Baker Confectioner
0. W. Heneilley
4th Street and Uth Aie. S.E.
We save on expenses, so can yon. y*
Extra high quality silks, Fan
cy Vests, new checks and
stripeB$1 to $4.50.
Sateen and Domet flannel
night shirts, 50c to $1.50
Coney Fur Caps$1.50.
Fur Lined Caps$1.
Pieced Seal Caps$4.75.
Fine Soft Hats and Stiff Hats
-$1.00.
All wool ribbed natural and
salmon colored Underwear,
wprth $1.50$1.
Boys' Overcoats, gray and black Friezes. Ankle
lengths-? to 16$3.95.
an
Fancy stiff bosom shirts and
rich soft bosom effects.
Newest patterns. Make
ideal gifts$1.
MufflersFine silkk in hand
kerchief styles50c.
Holiday Slippers, tans and
blacks$1.50.
and
Holiday Special$15 Grade Clothes, $|0
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W0LPEK
GROCERY
23'-Sb.'6'i5t/
Christmas Is on hand. There never
was a time In our history that wo
had a larger stock, and we have
made preparations to take care of
our increased business by putting
on extra salesmen and deliverymen
to help out. Shop as early as pos
sible. This will help us and help
you.
Here are some interesting items
for Saturday
APPLESAPPLESAPPLES
Yesterday we received four carloads
of the finest Washington Apples,
containing 2,600 1-bu boxes of dif
ferent varieties, viz.: Spitz,
Laurris, Washingtons, Arkansas,
Blacks, Orandos, etc. These must
be seen to be appreciated. We
can positively say there 1B nothing
finer grown. $1.25 to $1.50
per bushel box.
Malaga Grapes, per pound l*7c
Catawba Grapes, 1,000 baskets,
basket 10c
Thinskinned Lemons, doz 12c
Extra large Navel Oranges, doz SQQ
Mixed Nuts, 5 lbs for K&c
Best Shelled Walnuts, lb 37
Walter Baker's Chocolate, lb. ~29e
TJ-All-No After Dinner Minis,
large package 20c
Hartley Orange Marmalade* 3
jars 15
Maple Sugar, cake 10c
Eddy & Eddy's Mincemeat, 3
packages 23c
Columbia Pure Apple Butter, 3-lb
jar 23
Millionaire Catsup, the finest, two
bottles for 25o
50,000 CIGABS, 50 INT A BOX,
$1.00 PEE BOX.
Seeded Baisins, per package.. 10c
Cleaned Currants, 1-lb pkg lie
Cluster Baisins, 3 lbs for.....50o
New Citron, per pound.......22c-
Nabisco, 3 pkgs for 23o
Large selected Queen Olives, qt 30c
Fresh Boasted Peanuts, 3 lbs 25c
Christmas Candles, box
6-lb box large Church Candles. -65c
Egg-O-See, 2 pkgs 15
Largest assortment of Figs, Bates
and Candies in the city.
Pint size Clubhouse Maraschino
Cherries 25c
Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs for..-22c
We recommend our Coffee as being
the best Coffee in the city. Our
2%-lb can Java an Mocha
50c
a
16188. Phones- N.W., East 263 T. C.
No Finer Selection of Grocer
ies to Be Found in the City.
P0t2t06S banks, bushel..4h90
Sweet Potatoes I 25c
(frailberries JJ^S^.lOo
Usages
^P1I!0rida:,48c
Apples
fcVa-i $2.50
Walnut Heats ""lb per
www
Fau Variety of Ghriitmas fooii.
TELEPHONE YOUR ORD
high
grade,dmild, drinkta
i
ing Coffee.
Our Teas always please. They
have a little more quality than
most stores give1%-lb pkg 50c
Wolpert's best Patent Flour is the
best you can buy, 98-lb sk $2.15
Imported Macaroni, 3 pkgs... 2($
Best Japan Bice or Tapioca, 5 lbs,
30c
Fancy Turkeys, lb 15c to 20c
Ducks and Geese, lb 12%C
Hens and Spring Chickens,
Pu*d lie to 12%c
Sirloin Steak, lb lie
Bound Steak, lb.
Pot Boast, lb and 8
Boast Veal, lb ...8c to 12c
Sugar-cured Hams & Bacon, lb 14
Pork Loin Boast, lb lO%C
Little Pig Sausage, lb I2e
Beef Tenderloin, lb.*. *-14c
Ludeflsk, lb i...
One 35e Mackerel 20c
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