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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAS PRICE TWO CENTS. BOUGHT OFF MR. CARNEGIE He Dictated the Terms to the Steel Combine. HIS WAR DISASTROUS Other Concerns Could Not Stand His Competition. IT IS NOT A COMPLETE MONOPOLY flan of the Combination—lt» .Effect on Lake Shipping and ;■•■"■ the Mines. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Feb. 14.—Unless a lew minor details as to management and the proper x;are of minority stock shall fail, the vast steel deal that has been so mucH in evidence the past few days will become a reality. This is one of the most .im portant statements that can be made, and In view of it it is well to analyze the situation and find what the steel deal actually means, and why it has been brought about. In the past year or two numerous com binations have taken place in the sWel making business of the United States. The various wire'and nail makers have been brought into a consolidation under the name of the American Steel and Wire company; the billet , hoop, tin, bar and sheet ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

M Murray. He is a ; man who has made «It • a life long habit to jot down everything of ".. importance that occurs in his dally rou tine, as an aid to a memory which appears to be in no particular need of assistance. The doctor has a mania for dates. - So strong "is the force of habit that his nat ural bent did not desert him under such unusual circumstances as he encountered when he packed his medicine chest in the early morning of Nov. 25 and went, to the West hotel to attend "two men—cut." It occurred to the doctor that he might afterward have occasion to be very exact about what took place after his arrival. So he made a memorandum of , his move . ments at the time, in which he kept very close track | the time of each incident, trivial and unimportant as it might seem. And so tbls^ morning when Mr. Smith ■went at him, hammer and tongs, he was "there" with his note book, and was a match for the state's attorney at every turn of the cross examination. Mr. Smith Inadvertently brough...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1901. FAMED AS A LAWYER. Mr. N. F. Heitman, the Famous Lawyer of Kansas City, Talks About His Case. • Strong Words Telling How His Health was Restored by Dr. Greene's Nervura. 4w V^mSBI^H Ma N. F. Heitman, cured by Dr. Greene's Nervura. Mr. N. F. Heitman is one of the foremost lawyers of Kansas City, Mo. Be is a living example of what a flian of ability, energy and distinction can ac complish for himself. Mr. Heitman has risen, step by step, by hard work from a poor farmer's boy to the highest pinnacle of fame in western legal history. He is one of the most prominent and highly respected members of the Kansas City Bar, is a graduate of the University of Virginia, was awarded the oratorial medal at this famous university, and also received the highest average grade in his clans of a large number. Mr. Heitman ascribes his suc cess to keeping steadily at work. Of course everybody knows that the person ■who applies himself diligently to hard work in order ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

g THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL i» published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4U Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, JUlnn. C. J. Billaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION' TERMS • Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. On© copy, one month „.....$0.35 One copy, three m0nth5..;....... 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year..... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week............... 8 cents One copy, one month .. 35 cents Single copy ....................... 2 cents A Commercial War? It is thought that Russia will retalliate and impose the maximum duty on our iron and steel, because Secretary Gage has im posed the countervailing duty on her beet eugar under the tariff law, which im poses an extra duty of one-tenth of one cent a pound on sugars imported fro...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

THUBSDAY EVENING. FEBBUAET 14, 1901. Sixth and Nicoliet. ITHEjJtvMoimn Correct Dress from Head to Foot. ; Bacrgadn Friday. ] tSfc-T^lifcssa •■■ Men's Clothing. ; §■ vjSw.j Men's $3 Pants for $1.76 —They are •'"cjt^i'TC' I" v i">L>f*Jj»| in * fancy worsteds, casslmeres and chev- h*l./J 'fflwkffismim. Men'B 25 Ulsters for $15—Made from 'Frfijr rW«l\ genuine Worumbo Brown '. Chinchilla; c« _ Juwr'lti^nlßuL fancy serge linings; silk yoke and sleeves; sj*l *^ i^WAf'tti ■• UHi 34 ' 35 and 36 SiZeS °nly ••••: JL^^ KJtl'#ifi^Wt^ Men's $12 Heavy Ulsters for $7.50— IlTB' : H'tl-'v■'■'■ *ar They are all wool Irish Frieze, in all amm pn ■•'^Uiv • I hi i'^w Bizes: that sold at *12; pick them out t0 3* r7.5w "■';■•.! VP*JI M|| morrow at «• ■• ■tlftlll'i»''lrf*a Men's $12 and $14 Cutaway Frock Suit • ffilj im'"jKl at $".50—They are genuine 18-oz. Wans- en r*f\ "M*K \ V'' |!iil;i kuck Black Clay Worsteds, in most all \J>^.JKJ faXr 1 !j;fjnliS|j sizes * ! M |Jf'P Bargains in Boys* Clothing....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

6 CITY NEWS The Hurt»cl»er l'untrtl-The funeral •erricee of Frank BurUcher, Sr., who died yeet«rd«y of heart failure, will be held in Siebersaall to-morrow at 2 o'clock. Redmond"* Ca*e Continued—The ex amination of Dennis Redmond, on a charge ol impersonating an officer, was continued in the municipal court until to-morrow morn ing. ■ Municipal* Court Juror* — Mayor Ames, City Ol«rk Lydiard and Judge Holt selected yesterday a panel of Jurors for ser viot> in the municipal court for the next three months. The names of sixty-three jurors ap pear. in the list. - . , Titian* New Residence — Attorney Louis R. Thian took out a permit to-day for the erection of a handsome dwelling house at ITBB Fremont avenue S. It will be a *ram« structure 40 by 62, and will 1 cost, with., the barn, 111,700. ". 7 t uiuuivrvlal Club Projfram — The Commercial Club management is arranging for a series of short talks from public m«a and the moat prominent of the dramatic artl»t» who visit the city. Frederi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUaUT 12. 1901. YERXA Coffee. rWe offer better Coffees for the price asked than can be had anywhere in this country. Try us. Pino Canine and Golden Kio blend, rlilO wafilUS some dealers call iv. it Mocha and Java . IBS Robal ZXZT yioCh&.*** 22c Hoffman House K°,,X£3ot Pears Kood 3-11) cans, while the ...;.IO A r BaiS lot lasts, can I(JC Cu|l ft awn Excellent unlabled Sweet oweei uorn Corn, £fl per f- ft t perdoz... ... OUI can.. 01 , Ibis is the greatest bargain of the season. DA«*knM 25-lb, boxes Fancy Cal. 11 A rCaCHcS reaches, by the box I2C ■ 80 lb. less quantity. Prunes i ood. newCaUfornla' 4 C Soap Notch:. lobars: ...30c Soap ™eLtly . larße.... 5c r There is no better to be had. Soap -.t'SS?.^. 1..1^: 25* Ginger Snaps poue hd. cf.! p..... 5c Eggs ISL^. I7e Sweet Potatoes for °u°df.. 25e Grape Fruit Each ig-8s Lemons **«•.*. i o iso and 20c Potatoes WSfffc"* 48c Very Fine Creamery £?i":22« Fresh Dairy Butter am? 160 20c California Figs Sc^s 6c HO Ufhaat...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

1 MAY WAS UP, BUT CLOSED LOWER FOR THE DAY Wheat Cables More Favorable, With Paris Leading in the Foreign Strength. GOOD SUPPORT CAME OUT EARLY \othtn* of Influence Auide Front the Higher European Markets- General News. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 14.—The center of foreign Influence in wheat appears to have shifted for the tima from Liverpool to Paris. The latter market led In strength yesterday, and came again higher this morning by 50@55 centimes on wheat and 25@36 centime on flour. Liverpool was ftß up to start, closing %@%d higher. This advance in Parie*was reported from Liver pool as being due to rumored frost damage la France, but later and more direct advices attributed the strength to the probability of the passage of the bill now before the French chamber of deputies, providing for re bates for duties paid on wheat and flour ex porto. Minneapolis May opened practically un changed at 74% c. After a slight gain to 75® 75% c, the market settled at 74% c for an hour. ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

THURSDAY' EYEISTMJ, OB^EBRUAKT U< 1901; BUYERSANDSELLERS ISSS««^BSMSr Mr<Mr JOURNAL want ads. . ':'■' . - ,:■-•■■ - ■- s^By i^ay Biff BiSit Gosf Lsfim a ... v ; ; RUNAWAY FREIGHT TRAIN TEARS DOWV A MOUNTAIN SIDE Accident on the Northern Pacific at Butte—One Killed and One May Die. Butte, Mont, Feb. 14. — A thrill ing and disastrous runaway of a freight train on the Northern Pacific oc curred yesterday on what is known as the "Hill Line" of. that track, a branch runaiug from the main line to the mines on the hill above Butte. An engine and train crew, consisting of Engineer John M. Harden, Fireman Joseph Smith and Brakemen Wiiliain Fiedler and Patrick Cahill, were pulling four cars loaded with lumber and mining timbers to the Mine in Walkerville, about a mile above the city. To reach the mine the road climbs and winds along the hill for a distance of about three miles. When near the toy of the elevation the engine began to slip. The air brakes were applied, l>ut tailed to wo...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 February 1901

10 Free f © the Ruptured Dr. W. S. Rice, the Weil-Known Authority, Sends a Trial of His famous Method Free to All. Dr. W. S. Rice, 510 W. Main St., Adams. K. V., will send free to any one who is rup tured or knows of any person ruptured, ■whether a man, woman or child, a free trial of his famous home cure. It is a marvelous . MR. R. W. YOUREX. method, curing cases that defied hospitals, doctors, trusses, electricity and all else. Merely send your name and address and the free trial will be sent without any cost to you whatever. R. W. Yourex, a well-known commercial traveler, was ruptured ten years, tried every truss on the market, partly made up his mind to undergo the danger of an operation, when, by the greatest of good luck, he tried the Dr. Rice method. He is now cured. Mr. Yourex says: "I tried U>r. Rice's method and it cured me. I did not lose a day on the road. Hundreds of merchants and friends In Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota uml lowa know the wonderful fact that this re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS^^DTJRNAL. PKICE TWO CENTS. WEYLER'S STAR . IS SHINING General May Be Planning a Coup d* Etat. GOVERNMENT MAYFALL Spain Is Ripe for an Extensive Revolution. UPRISING IS DUE TO DISCONTENT Conditions Are Not I nlike Those in Frnnee Before tlie Revolu tion—Madrid Is Quiet. New York. Feb. 15. —A special to the Times from Washington gays: It is learned that General Weyler has not only proclaimed martial Jaw in Mad rid but has posted his troops in such a manner as to command every part of the city. The downfall of the ministry is said to be certain, aiid that of the government possible. There is a suspicion that this proceeding may be a coup d'etat of General Weyler's. He has been making speeches and giving out statements to show that he was the only man who could bring Spain through her troubles. Like French Revolution. The disturbances are not, it is said by persons familiar with the situation, of either Carlist or republican origin, al though both parties are no doubt ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

2 . sation by denying ." having taken - his i clothes to ? a mending bureau Sunday. 1:, ; He could not .swear whether any of his v clothes had been taken to - the bureau or not. His clothes were usually called. for Monday. He could not say that the usual ' call had not been made. A pair of trou sers with a bloody handkerchief might have gone to be pressed. He was positive * that none of his trousers were bloody or had been cut. Evans 'wore the same suit he had on the •night of the homicide. " : i No "Bloody Mutilated Clothe*." . This was the defense's way of introduc ing evidence as to the bloody clothes, an attempt to offer similar evidence along a' 84% .fir rilH ■ DR. STONE, HAMILTON'S PHYSICIAN. different line having ben ruled out. Former Senator W. D. Washburn was an interested onlooker this morning. He remarked that it was the first time he had ever been in the main rom of the court house. 'He was equally surprised at the magnificence of the apartment and its mis erable acousti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

yKm&r jßVffl£§& wmmjffiT ss, About Our Busy People WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THEY SAY In the Friday evening edition vof The J urn al. each .week. you . will . find a number jof | paragraphs and sketches \ un der this heading, "About Our Busy Peo ple." Don't pass them by with a hasty glance, for they may contain information > of special interest and . profit •to : you. I am constantly going among our busi ness houses and talking with their pro prietors. -It;' gives me a chance to com pare their goods and I save i you time and trouble by telling where the best in dif ferent lines may be found. When a special bargain is mentioned I -will vouch for Its merit. I examine the article, for "I'm from Missouri," and the store man "has to show me," and prove the value of hlB bargain. ■ Watch for these paragraphs on Friday, nights and you will find some good hints about "where money can be saved in doing your buying. —MAN FOR THE BUSY PEOPLE. F*>r any one who thinks of buyintr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, MANAGES. . EDITOR THE JOUR A L is published , •very evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. . C. J. Bills on, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by.mail. \ One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months. 1-00 One copy, six months 2*oo One copy, one year..... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 . " Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents On© copy, one m0nth............ 35 cents Single copy :■.:.".' 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscriber* Trill please notify the office in every c...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 15. 1901. Three Through Tourist Cars To California One weekly via Kansas City and the Santa Fe Route to Los Angeles. One weekly via Kansas City, through Texas points, to Los Angeles and San Francisco. One weekly via Dcs Moines and Scenic Route, through the Colorado resorts, to San Francisco. New Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, with every convenience, via the popular Chicago Great Western For full information and booklet address R. W. Thompson, City Pass'r Agent C. G. W. Ry., sth and Nicollet, Minneapolis, Minn. PERUNA CURES CATARRH 0P STOMACtt,BOWELS,KIDNEYS AND FEMALE ORGANS. S?&?° ' v POPULAR TOURS BICO. I Feb. 2d and icth, March 2d. Illus trated Programs; 24 days, ail expenses, $193. - RAYMOND & WHIICOMB, 103 Adams St.. Chicago. BANKS WILL UNITE Country Banks of Four States to Form an Association. CO-OPERATE FOR MAKING LOANS Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana and ■ Illinois Interested in the ■ ■ Project. (law York Sun Saeclaf Sarvlco. Chicago, Feb. 15.—S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

6 CITY NEWS BUhop Joyce Better—The condition of Bishop Joyce, who was brought home, ill on Monday from Jeffers, Miuu., is much improved and at present there is nothing aeuious In his condition. The . Stancbtteld Funeral — The fu neral of O. A. Stanchfleld, who died .Wednes day morning, will be held at 1:30, p. m., to morrow from the Johnson-Laadla undertaking room*. 56 Seventh street S. The Interment -will be at Richfield. Death of Clara Mueller—Clara Pau line Mueller, the 20-y«ar-old" daughter of the late Claus Mueller, died at St. Barnabas hos pital yesterday, of appendicitis. The funeral will be held Sunday from the family resi dence, 1329 Fourth street S, at 2 o'clock, and from the German Trinity Lutheran'church at 2:30 p. m. mSf^j\fM The Tailor* Return—Messrs . Pease Soderburg, Marienhoff and Easthagen re turned yesterday from the meeting of the National Tailors' Exchange, in Philadelphia. Mr. Nfllaon bas gone to Hot Springs. Mr. Easthagon said that the Miuneapolitans had hoped...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

BFEfDAY EVENING, FEBKUABY 15, 1901 YERXA The Grocery lay-out jindcr this roof sparkles with intrest for those who appreciate quality and the value of a dollar. Leaf Leitute » l-lsi Bananas *£&?. ....... ...10c up Eggs plfdot fre! h. ... _...I7c Dates ?e er ■;.... „ ..5c CJ a.* California, in l Ib. C* ■ Iga packages.....\ Of Rolled Oats K?k Jit Beans «ood navy .._._..;7e DValla per qurat » ......... li Dalolaa* Bestßurbank, AQJ* rOlaiOtS per bushel.... 4IIS Tills means a lull bushel, 60 lbs. Lard'& ..8k Laru perlb O2W Pears jK^.^:?.^!.....10t rears iotu«ts,can... luc ClilA*! Aavii Excellent uuiabled Sweet dW66I corn Corn. fif*. per *_ perdoz Oil I can 0§ This is the greatest bargain of the season. Pa9m lt a» 25- lb . boxes Fancy Cal. 11 A reaClieS Peaches, by the b0x...... 12$ 80 10. less quantity,' Prunes D.! w. ca!. r.? l 44c Soap J&^?MC -. 30c Soap ff teL! ly 'large ...... 5c r There is no better to be had. *. T SoapTK??:^^.... We Binger Snaps Sar.** 5c Very Fine Cream...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

8 See our Window Display, W/ 50c, 75c-' $1.00 ■■■^Jr - Zl Neckwear 'jso^\ -i^^fewsf* Odds and ends, all HI <& r^/\ llolV g°°d patterns and nobby \\ Nl WjmS^ shapes. English Squares, /^^^^iW !ilit%?J Imperials, Four-in - To*morrow, Saturday. Browning, King 4 Co. C. J. Gutgesell, Manager. 415, 417, 419 Nicollet Avenue. Glenwood Lignite From the smlth-HCDmare Mines The Best and Cheapest Ail-Around Fuel on the Market Dry, clean and free from dust; will burn successfully in any place where coal or wood will burn, except self-feeders. Will make a good hot fire and will retain it over night. No soot; no clogging up of pipes or flues. This is a lignite coal, but we claim that it is superior to any lignite that has been placed upon this market. YOU CAN SEE IT BURNING IN A GOMMAN RANGE AT OUR OFFICE. Only $4.00 Per Ton Retail It will pay any person interested in fuel to try it. Sole agents for flinneapolis. THE GLENWOOD-INGLEWOOD CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 313 Hennepin Aye. •= = TeLwui...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

FBIDAY EVENING, FEBRTJAKY 15, 1901. PROTECTION ON SEA Congressman Eddy Declares Himself For a Ship Subsidy. PENDING BILL DOES NOT SUIT HIM Sniacks Too Much of a "Job" and Mnat Be Amended to Be Acceptable. Special to The Journal. Fergus Falls, Minn., Feb. 15.—Congress man Eddy writes from Washington that he is being flooded with letters from his con stituents urging him to vote either for or against the shtping subsidy bill and feel ing that it is but fair to his constituents to state his position he has given out the following statement: Washington, Feb. 14.—1n stating my posi tion on what seems to be the "paramount" issue at present, 1 would say that I am strongly in favor of "subsidizing " or offering a bounty or premium to American ships that transport our productions to foreign mar kets. It is the only branch of business that is not protected by the national government. It Is simply extending the priuciple of pro- tection —which is one of the fundamental principles of the republ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

10 New Silks. IlVe call attention to our new line of Silks for Spring trade. We selected with great care and believe we have the choicest things the manufacturers have produced. Foulards— designs, at $1.00 per yard; the largest line , in the Northwest. I Liberty Satin— 24 inches wide, at $1 and $1.35. Wash Silks —Choicest patterns and best qualities at 50c yd. -Mirror Louisene —Light shades for waists and party dresses; a new effect and very stylish, $1.50 per yard. Chameleon Surahs —A rich, soft silk, 22 in. wide, for waists '» * * or full gowns, $1.35 per yard. . •< >■ Chameleon Broche —Paillette de Soie, is another novelty, V *^| latest Paris design, at $1.25. - Taffetas —Large line of colors in 75c and 85c qualities. We hare our usual large lines. , ■ Black Silks —The largest and most varied stock we have ever offered. > Wash Goods. Sheer and Heavy Fabrics. All the newest designs and colorings. The ladies com pliment us daily on our selections. Jackets. We have a few le...

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