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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

TUESDAY EVEJNLNO. FEBRUARY 26, 1901. IRELAND MUST WAIT He Will Not Be Made a Cardinal at the Next Consistory. ■'. MARTINELLI WILL BE ELEVATED Bat He Will Continue. for a Year As Papal Delegate .;.- at <■ *;;:.- Washiugton. "*' Mow York Sun Special Service London, Feb. \ 26. — A ; dispatch to the Chronicle j from Rome . says ;, that ' the pope has fixed March 21 as date for the next consistory. It confirms the statement -that Monsiegnor Martinelll will ibe created ..a cardinal Imt he will continue for a year as papal "delegate 'at Washington. -';.. The elevation to the cardihalate of . Arch bishop Ireland will be left to a later con sistory. - ,-<■ » " v ,- o-. MARTIN WILL PULL OUT BREAK IN NEBRASKA DEADLOCK Short Term- 'candidate'; Urges His Supporters to Vote for '• .■ * Thompson. > If aw York Sum Samel*/ Smrvlmm. Lincoln, Neb., .Feb.' ,26.— session .of the republican legislative caucus last night marked what gives every promise of being the beginning of the end of the sen...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

.* THE JOURNAL LUCIANSWIFT,"I ;J. 8, McLAIN, \ MANAGER. : ; EDITOR. ,1; THE! JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. ' C. J. Bill-on, Manager Eastern Adver ♦'"'"c'^lfflßßfflßPftHnT^ NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building.. ' ' • SUBSCRIPTION TERMS T 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 ................. 2.00 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 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...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 26, 1901. GREATEST DISCOVERY t AGE Two Continents Using It! MUNYON'S INHALER. Positively Cures Catarrh, Asthma, La Grippe, Colds, Coughs and Most Diseases of Nose, Head, , v ;;. ' Throat and Lungs. CURE BEGINS WITH FIRST INHALATION, f' All tha medical, r*et_> is I amat am p•r-• and beneficial f*"~7 *aM properties of the Buca \mammammmaaaa lyptus an _ ptoe \rmaa -*: '-' combined and harmon ised with other efflca oious medicaments, are vitalised' and made the more effective in the Inhala tion treatment. The new combination' •t curatives—prepared aooordlng 'to - a formula discovered 'by [ Prof. Muriyorv- '■ gives forth in vapor a" remedial power that -is Invincible. .-.lt" exude*,, it »_. hales. It ao_»ethl_«—«all it what you will— thyt something is always health-ilvlng.' lire-renewing, "j Under its Influence throat arid lung troubles dis appear; malarial diseases can not exist. It provide* an almost miraculous antiseptic; it ". furnish*. . a germicide whic...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

* CITY NEWS *J.; S. Bradstreet: HI—J. S. Bradstreet Is suffering' from - nervous trouble, which is likely to confine him to his rooms in. toe Judd, house for*some time. Salaries >6t to Be Restored — The county * commissioners, yesterday ; morning,; after auditing bills, went; into ; a.committee of the whole and considered the applications from the different county offices for. a recon sideration, of the salary cuts made.some time ago. Barring minor changes, it is not likely that s the commissioners will;restore. the sal aries ■to their, former level. <^ ' . Laboratory "Work Suspended — The partial destruction by fire Sunday of the chemical laboratory at trie;-••-".will' cause m temporary^ suspension. of -.."lab.''," work by, students.^: The front rooms of the building were, but' slightly damaged by. smoke ana water, and lecture work . will be : conducted , there, as usual. .: After an adjustment of losses, which will 'be made immediately, the work of repairing > the buildin...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

"TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUAET 26, 1901. VERXa Coffee. We offer better Coffees for the price. asked than can be had anywhere in this.country.; Try us.. CinA (t«M#M» nnd Golden: Rio blend. "TinS 4 a lit OS some dealers call «___. It Mocha and Java ...............IOC DmL_| an excellent Mocha and *}"•_> n0 Dal Java flavor ....... _*,£(- Hoffman ;House Sw 0-^. 30c Teas Fine Teas.:&""' 35c ,up The Minarda -£.-.« . ...60§ ilioerine Sun,.i. : 60c h>,i___ good' California Prunes, _1 A rIUn6S while the lot lasts, 1b......... 026 flood Sweel.6orny 6^l": ij"!-::.::.:...;...:..:..: .5* ET'a./% New California; C« Figs Mb. package o*B Rolled Oats :...*.:-....~Li_e Potatoes "SIT; * -Compare our bushels with the measure you get elsewhere. Beans 88??: •........:...:... 7c! Very Fine Creamery "Sift: 22c Fresh Dairy Butter a l*^: 16? 20 Tomato Catsup & I2_c American Piskles '-'- -.... 8c Pickles S-ar.&. we! rs: 48c Fruit Jelly S per IDs Preserves -Sm"™:.?. 0: fil" : 23c Mince Meat packag...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

8 PREFERS OLD NAME Judge Morris Does Not Like the ■" Eighth District. *: VIEWS ■' ON REAPPORTIONMENT Minnesota. Congreiiiusn on i the Whole Have Little Fault to ,;" Find With' the Plan. Special to The Journal. .' , .: ; ; ! - I . Washington, ■» Feb. 26.—Judge Morris iof ■ Duluth, while f In. a general way j satisfied with the new /district carved out for him by the legislative committee, rather thinks that that district should be known as the sixth and' not as .the eighth. ■• There are ; two" valid reasons for this, he thinks. ':. In the first: place, every other member of I the ' house, r under | the proposed redis ricting, is placed in . a district ; carrying the old number, j Mr. Tawney remains in a district known as the first, Mr. McCleary is v not divorced from; the * second - nor Messrs. Heatwole, t Stevens, Fletcher; and Eddy • from the third, fourth, fifth and seventh,' respectively. Judge Morris sees no reason why he should be taken away from sixth district. s ..'- „'■ „\ '...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

TUESDAY EVEMNG, FEBRUARY 26, 1901/ A.* B. BV_**_Tfc'•"*'• *' :~~-'r-" *- rE. R.G_ylord. .i-v - '**?•***■•■ -_. , *j^ ... ,■-' .£,_, . -,' . , v --- _„ ■>.■■ A. W. EVERTS & CO. ' General Agent-. 1 Insurance Exchange Building, Minneapolis, /linn. UNITED STATES CASUALTY COMPANY. Principal office:- New York City.; (Organ ized; in 189*5.).- James W. Hlnkley, president; Edson S. Lott, s secretary. , Attorney to ac cept*, service in Minnesota: Insurance Com missioner. Cash capital, $300,000. •'•-—•; INCOME IN 1900. ' Accident premiums ■received-;...*' $407,"45.00 Employers' liability premiums : ' - received.......".V.;...:.....*...\..\.- 349,083.79 I Steam* boiler premiums received.* 1 r • 34,410.06 Auto - sprinkler premiums re ceived ....... .......;.....;.. . 18,540.12 ' f-V-.-S".'-; f.-ti",- : .r-- - - •-•-.._____ ; j .Total premium.income '...--■ $809,781.97 From >interest, dividends and ' rents ;******v ;*•>.•"•*•>'• ••••• "'30.490.90 Total Income '.. '.:*."::...'"..''...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

fro WHEAT MADE SLIGHT LOSS; MAY CLOSING 74^c The Market Is Stubborn and Acts Contrary to Statistical v. ':'.: '''j News. " VISIBLE DECREASE 3,500,000 BU. Bradstreet'ji l-M_:«re<* and Improved Milling Inquiry Had Little : '/?'>?.'■■' Effect—General Xevrs. ' ....— ........ ■ .. 4 Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 26.— Wheat opened this morning firm and steady,- May at 74% c. .The first trades took It to 74% c, I where the | market set tled and did not vary more than l-16c up to mid session. The principal strength ening item at the start . was the lighter northwestern receipts. Minneapolis, and Duluth has 309 cars, which looked small by. comparison with 493 last year.' For eign advices brought no news of import ance aside , from the evidence of a little easier feeling abroad. Liverpool was %(_* %d lower. Weather conditions are sea sonable and there is no change in the favorable outlook as to winter wheat. The market took its evenness and j almost to tal lack of fluctuation fr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26; 1901. i If _■_■■-_ B_l■■ _&■■*__> amm-amm Won't run itseif. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. RJ ' I A I ■» ■ 1 Willlr -K_lC__lo£€ It must have a motive power. The motive power for many a _ffl £&_£#_ (_* H fllf_&~~~*#l-'"~^~i~i<g"& 1 1 our Business mans business is a JOURNAL WANT AD. -^■■- mmy a Needs Advertising BRtJTAL NEW JERSEY MOB VICTIM IS KICKED AND BEATEN Mail" AeiMiseU of Arson la Finally Rescued and Placed in j;MCf-«-i r.' :. Jail. i New _ York, '' Feb. 26.—Cringing and frightened, his body and his face covered with bruises and-. a-red ring about his neck, made by a noose, Charles Herbert was hurried from Mattawan, N. J., before a mob which had tried to lynch him, knew that he was being taken to a place of safety,-;* • .'..,. .' -. * ',?.--. ) -. -:. Herbert is accused of setting fire to sev eral; houses in, the town. They have no evidence against him other ■'•' than that three of the fires were started' in hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

mM MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE CUTS OFF 20 DAYS Resolution to Shorten the Session Introduced in the Senate AN EXTRA SESSION NEXT YEAR . - ■ • Senator Young: Starts the Flflfht for a Special Session iii -002— \- Bills for University." \ Senator Young this morning introduced a resolution which, if adopted* will com mit the Minnesota senate to a short ses sion this year and an extra or special ses . sion 'in 1902. The present term of the legislature is by this resolution to be ad journed April 5, or twenty. days before the usual date/ and the governor is re quested to summon a special session in February, 1902, to act on the report of the tax commission. At the request of Senator Young the resolution was laid on the table and may be called up at any time. ■ . / ;. ;. There is considerable opposition to the movement for a special, session and Sen ator Young may expect a stiff fight when he moves for j the adoption of his resolu tion. 5 Bills for the University. Minnesota's big university whic...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JQKRNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. $350,000 FOR DAYTON BLOCK John S. Pillsbury Buys It of Geo. B. Dayton. DEAL CLOSED TO-DAY The Land Alone Brought $3,000 a Front Foot. HIGHWATER MARK ON NICOLLET k_w;., ~. Mr. Dayton Gets Larer Tract of Pino improved Residence Property. George B. Dayton of Worthlngton, Minn., owner of the Dayton block, at Nic ollet and Sixth street, and much other valuable property in Minneapolis, has j come out with a new and stronger testi monial than ever of his faith in the fu ture of Minneapolis and The value of Min neapolis property as an Investment. Through Walter L. Badger, who acts as broker for both parties, he has Just sold the Dayton block to former Governor John S. Pillsbury for an even $350,000, and in part payment -takes eighty unimproved lots in John T. Blalsdell's revised addi tion, which he will shortly place on the market. Mr. Pillsbury pays $200,000 in cash and the remainder is represented by the Blaisdell property, which is turned in at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

2^ This Month ' Danger to health Is, especially great. .«; . ' You. can best prevent Illness by taking .Hood's Sarsaparilla to keep your blood 'pure, sustain your appetite and build up your strength. :' .'•lf-you think you are attacked by the grip ' or severe cold," the first and best .thing to do is to open the bowels with a ; good dose of Hood's Pills. j;. These -are good suggestions.. If fol-' •lowed they may save you many ills and i 'doctor's bills. Hood's . _P"^___-__~HH_*H_________fflHVfl|"9^-__i Sarsaparilla '.Arid Hood'a Pills, make the best combina tion of medicines-ever devised. ARREST THE BANKER ■♦ Edmund Palmer, Who Once Prac ticed Law in Minneapolis. ASHLEY FAILURE THE CAUSE Bank Is Said to Have Liabilities of 9--.000 and Sot a Cent of Cash. , Mow York Sun Special Service .". Ashley, ill., Feb. 27.—The investigation of the Ashley City bank, which has sus *"! pended, show, the liabilities to be $32,000, with not one cent in the bank to pay them. Edmund Palmer was arreste...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

. WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBBUABY 27, 1901 v THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, vuDCCP . There are _ffl_ro__F_fl-B^ never any ex- HHHHm IT ternal signs of \il-Vvl Cancer until the blood is polluted and the system thoroughly, con - taminated by this deadly virulent poison. Then a sore or ulcer appears on some part of the body it may be small and harmless looking at first, but as the can cerous cells form and are deposited by the blood near the sore, it increases in size and severity, with sharp shooting pains. No matter how often the sore is removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh destroying plasters, another comes and is worse. The real disease is in the blood, and the treatment must begin there. The poisoned blood must be invigorated and purified, and when this is done canoerous cells can no longer form and the sore will heal «atur_Uy and permanently.. Mrs. Sarah M. Keesling, ___a_Mß__ _4i Windsor Aye., Bristol, __■ _■_. Ten- , -writes: "lam 41 iß^^S-****^^lk years old, and for three __-_____. l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

- THE JOURNAL - LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S, McLAIN, ! MANAGER. EDITOR. " T H E ~ JOURNAL is published i every eveulu_V" except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal ; Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. *. c. J. unison, Manager Eastern Adver tising. ; ''". '■• •." ■-.-*'=* '.-".- ' NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune I building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. ; iV ;':- " '■. -' SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to Tbe Journal Print Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one m0nth*.......*. $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 CHANGES .OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. ;'*i' * CONTINUED , >,„* ■'; All papers are continued until :an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVEimG. -FEKRUABY 27, 1901. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. N-CKELpLATE 307 NICOLLET AYE. I INAUGURATION Shoes Just Received See Teddy's favorite. \ Our new tan £&£_, ffhSlk ! Scotch bal -mJObU ; Our French Calf and new! Chrome Patent $5.00: Calf Button.... M>o»tf U ; We Sell the % \ Best Men's Shoes Made. ! Brilliancy unsurpassed- ILECTRQ *? SILVER POLISH -g Silicon I"""'"* Lustre that will last. ' Never scratching, never wearing. At Grocers. MATCH HEADS FOR POWDER FILIPINOS LACK AMMUNITION Consul Wildman's Last Interview Is Published in a Hiwaiian Paper. San Francisco, Feb. 27. —The last state ment made for publication by linked States Consul General Wildman, who lost his life in the wreck of the steamer Rio de Janeiro, is printed in the Honolulu Republican of . Feb. 14. The Republican quotes Mr. Wildman as follows: The Philippine question is practically at an end. If . our forces can keep the insurgents under control during the rainy season, and I believe they can, the ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

G CITY NEWS A Sudden Death— P. J. Butler, 500' Jewett place, died Monday. On a table In her room was found an opened package of strychnine. An inquest will be held to morrow, morning. Stonecutters, Too — The Minneapolis Stonecutters" Union has adopted resolutions condemning the action of the county commla slonera in awarding the county printing to the Tribune, which Is not entitled to the use of the union label. : - ' 7;'_.'_• Sampson Bankruptcy Case—The C. W. Sampson bankruptcy case from Eureka Was v . again yesterday before Referee Merriman. After a short examination by the trustee, A. M. Hlgglns, the case was contin ued until March 5 at 2 p. m. to give the trustee au opportunity to look over Samp son's books, which have just been produced. Join. Identification Bureau—Word was received yesterday from Chicago that the police department had been duly regis tered as a member in good standing of the National Bureau of Identification. This step was attempted in some former administra t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDJSESDAX E^i^ixNa, FEBEUAKY 27. 1901. VERXA Unheard of Low Prices on Dried Fruits. 5-lbs of good Evaporated Peaches for 25c' 2c-lb box fancy Peaches, lb. .►-♦»__... 7^_c Good California Prunes, 1b,♦»......» 2*<_c i Xew Dates, lb ................... M « 5c New California Figs,l-lb pkg, lb.*_» 6c Evaporated Apples, lb .........•.»••• 8c C_.ll -lb. wooden boxes of the Genessee free w9IT running salt for salt shakers and salt cellars—lt's a splendid article and a splen did bargain at, o _ per box _....-.__,. *-- ''„- DC Washing Powder, two pkgs *~r ..'.-■« 6c These are very cheap. Fine quality Sugar Corn, can. ....... 5c Strictly Fresh Eggs, d0z............ 170 Rolled Oats, lb ............ l"4c Potatoes 5^........,,... 48s Compare our bushels with the measure you get elsewhere. Beansl^pMj 7c Very Fine Creamery S 22c Fresh Dairy Butter 20 Tomato Catsup a..... 12k American Pickles -£%•... 8t Pickles K?££-^~4I« Fruit Jelly S*!I„«. lOc Mince Heat parage —.— 6c Coffee. • We offer better...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

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Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 27, -1901. Pres. Woman's Relief Corps, A Woman Who Has Been Honored By Her Sex Gives Va uable Advice. Rose E. Parker Recommends Or. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy to the Sick. £ _*^"V j*^^ifiß^B_r^,yffff'__r____^ -""^^"r^"_i".*""^mHl _______*■.-*■''■ •■jf-'j-tt," *-!--_____! ■*_af___?__^_^y_|ff*?*__J*^j__^__| ~____^^Ll_jTin__Wß _____^''^^_.^'^_?r?'CT_n-?3BB *-' *?'&''- ■' ■'■ "■'! '"'*'" I ________l .<_ _***?•"" 'r *^^Z"'~.t, '•' *I''if!:"L'^_^B ROSE E. PARKER, PRESIDENT WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. "When a person who has been sick for a long time and almost gives up all hope of being cured or relieved from the tortures of ill health, at last finds a medicine which banishes all disease and pain and restores them to good health, they are so happy that they wish every one to know of the remedy which has done so much for them. They know perfectly well how they were ailing, and what their feelings were in regard to their affliction. They also know th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

tfo* .' La-dies* Depts. on Second Floor. ■ ; Correct Dress from Head to. Foot, *£ $18. Jackets for HO. Ladies' $18 Jackets for only $10;. tight and "half-fitting" backs, Kerseys, Cheviots and Boucles. - * Many other interesting items mV our season's "clean-up" of •Ladies' Winter Wraps. ;'.. ,'. ■';. .y. At He-lf Price. For Thursday we offer all of our Children's and Misses' Coats —either short or long styles at Half Price. W " ": ..'"M'i ; Collarettes.} "■ n ..". " * Electric Chinchilla Collarettes with nearseal yoke and under collar, $10. -"-"educed to $5. ':•' Jv * Blue Lynx Collarette with near seal yoke and under collar, $20. Reduced to $10. Y;^<; ' Near seal Collarettes with tab fronts, trimmed with large sable wolf tails, $14. Reduced to $7.50. ■;■' ■]''■:/, Near seal Collarette with Persian Lamb yoke and under collar, tab fronts with tails, $20. Reduced to ;$ 10. V • Reduced prices on all our Ladies' Nearseal and Astrakhan Jackets. *y i*t c Underwear. I; Prices have touche...

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