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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

6 Hard to Decide By Minneapolis Juniors Continued from First Page. ■ameness after awhile. One chief quality may remedy this, and that is its line of thought. I dislike narrowness in reading, of all things. I like to soar into new channels of thought, to feel the refreshing touch of new ideas, to revel in the strange things just opening to my sight. I like to see things from an unusual standpoint, and especially from one which I never dreamed existed. So the domestic story which, with its other good points, has a tendency of thought out of the ordi nary to inspire and hold the interest, is the ideal style of a story for me. B Eleventh Grade, —Julia Johnsen, Bast High School. 726 Huron Street SE. The Truth Is Often Too Unpleasant. (Honorable Mention.) I like fairy tales or other tales that are not true because if anything is narrated in the line of death, narrow escapes or other incidents of similar character I know they are not true. And they do not effect me in such a manner as did ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

THE TORTOISE SHELL COMB Or a Tale of a Real Ghost. "Wherefore that great sigh, Belle?" "I was thinking that 'Of all sad words of tongue or pen The saddest are these: 'It might have beeu.' " "What might have been," you aggravating girl?" "Oh. I might have had a most beautiful tortoise shell comb to wear to the Martha Washington reception if—" "If?—well, what comes after the 'if?' " "A ghost. A real ghost." "Now, Belle Sutton, do you suppose you can mention as in teresting a thing as a ghost without telling me about it? Please begin. I'm ready." 'All right, if you'll promise not to shiver and shudder when I get to the ghost. Sometimes when I think or it, I get fright ened myself, so it would not do to have my audience show any emotion. The story is one concerning my Aunt Isabelle, after whom I was named. A long time ago when she was young and beautiful she had a sailor sweetheart. They were very happy until the sailor boy went on a voyage to the Mediterranean. Month after month passed...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

8 LITTLE CHING CHUNG LING'S CHRISTMJtS L. E. M. Smith. TTLE CHING Chung Ling lived ■with his parents on the very edga of Chinatown, and so it happened that not far away lived a '•Meliean" family with a lit— boy about the same ' age as Chiug Chung L^ng. The American am——><l^lll<a^ boy had tried to teach the little .;.ting game of leap frog, ■bat liie little fellow's clumsy clothing, consisting of a loosely fitting quilted un der vest and over this a broad, flowing garment of cloth, with wide, loose-hang- Jfcg sleeves and bulging trousers, made it Impossible for him to show the ability In jumping that was necessary in emu lating the lively "Melican flog." The game of horse, however, was a success, as Ching Chung Ling's long braid of hair, or "pig tail," as the "Melican" boys called it, always came in very handily for reins, which made Ching Chung Ling the horse every time. But Ching Chung Ling, like other Chinese children, was of a joyous 4 r !! :JEill I® • ' A heartrending h...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. NO TRANSFER FOR NOYES He Announces That He Will Resign First. IE DOESN'T FEAR DEATH He Would Consider Transfer as a Declaration of Evil. PRESIDENT REFUSES TO ACT 1)«-pur tint-iit Will Do \oUllul4 Unless Written Churu'fM Are l'reaentett. Frotn Th« Journal Bureau, Uuom 45, Tom* building, Washington. Washington, Jan. 7. —Samuel Knight of San Francisco and Cape Nome, an attor ney who Is in contempt before Judge Noyes' court at the latter place, has made a trip across the continent for the express purpose of seeing McKinley and asking him to interest himself in the charges against Judge Noyes to the extent of rec ommending to Attorney General Origgs that Judges Noyes and Brown be trans ferred. Knight saw McKinley late Saturday, but received no satisfaction from him. The president said there was no official action for him to take, and he politely but firmly declined to use his influence with the at lorney general. From the president Knight went to...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

2 good authority that Mr. Hill does , not now g favor any " candidate in the field;' "If Lowry should enter the fight at any stage of the game, it is claimed that now that the Great Northern and Canadian Pacific are reconciled, Mr. Lowry would be stamped with Mr. Hills' approval. Seventh May Caucus. -- After Nelson is nominated the seventh district may take independent action. A caucus of the district may be held Wednesday or Thursday. There is a growing feeling among the legislators in favor of getting the senatorial contests out of the way as soon as possible. V There is some talk to the effect that •within the next forty-eight hours the sit uation will be clarified so much that it 'will be easy to pick the winner. The Evans men insist that if there is any ; rhange it will be in the direction of strengthening their man. At any rate aow that all the members are on the ground it will be possible to locate every body very soon. —Theodore M. Knappen. fTHE ELUSIVE TAMS \u One, .Not Eve...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

iSMDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1901. NOTICE! TO SWELL DRESSERS In order to keep our tailors busy, we offer— SUIT OR OVERCOAT MADE TO ORDER $13,50 This Is the grandest oppor tunity to get . a suit or an overcoat made to your meas ure from the finest material at the very low price of $13.50. Don't miss this; it's only for a short time. SCOTLAND WOOLEN MILLS CO. THE BIG TAILORS. 3IONICOLLETAV. The STEIN WAY PIANO at one Price loan It Is always advisable to buy the very best Piano that your circumstances will allow. Musical people are not the only ones who require the best instrument. Taste, In music is a growth, Hence to the beginner, the musical qualities of a piano become a very important factor in a musical education. Bear In mind that a cheap piano may satisfy you today; but will show defects tomorrow. We have today the most com plete stock of Stelnway pianos ever exhibited in this city. The different styles include the Cottage style, the ' Upright Grand, the Baby and Parlor : Grands f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, j J. S. MoLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR 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 2.00 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 Little jplain Talk It seems as if the time had come for a little plain talk to the people of Minne apolis about the senatorship. Minneapolis has a candidate for that office who has been chosen by sixteen out of the nineteen republican members of the delegation from this county. That choice /was the result of a fair and open contest tor the .honor of being the Minneapolis candidate and receiving the support of the Hennepin delegation. No one can successfully dispute that proposition. We are not aware that any j ■.one is disposed-to do so. Furthermore, it must be admitted that this candidate was ' chosen on h...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 7, 1901. MAYOR GRAY'S VALEDICTORY The Retiring Mayor Gives a Summary of Var ious Conditions in City Affairs and Makes Suggestions as to the Future. Mayor James Gray's retiring message, delivered to the council this afternoon, was as follows: Mr. President and Gentlemen of the City Council: Minneapolis operates under the council form of government, and while the mayor is charged with a general oversight of the de partments and with the duty of from time to time giving the council Information, there i» no department charged by the law with site duty of giving the mayor any iforma tlon. Reports of heads of departments are made to the council and these will come to you in du3 season, laden with the results of the past year's operations. The depart ments in whk& the mayor has a voice are those of tha police, charities, parks, health and library. With reference to the police I call your attention to the excellent report of the superintendent and shall also subm...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

(> CITY NEWS STATE BAR ASSOCIATION ; The Meeting fur Its Organization la Set for Jan. O. A meeting for the purpose of perfecting the organization of a state bar association will be held at the capitol, St. Paul, "Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 2 o'clock. A pre liminary meeting was held at the Ryan hotel Dec. 28. at which time twenty-five lawyers of the two cities decided to issue a general call to the lawyers of the state to take part in such an organiza tion at a meeting Jan. 9. As the time ap proaches for this meeting those especially Interested are busy urgtng upon lawyers throughout the state the desirability of their attendance. All Minneapolis law yers are urged to be on hand. JUDGE KERR RETIRES Judge UlckluNon Taken His Place on the Bench. . . Judge H. D. Dickinson, the"successor of former Judge Kerr of the municipal court, took his place on the bench this morning. The docket was a light one and his honor , had nothing more serious than the usual crowd of Monday morning "happies" t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. 1901. YERXA PRUNES n>ew callfomla prunes:. 3&c DEJtf>UEC Fancy California Peaches. rCAilnCd Sale limited. Great Cl/ _ bargain. Per 1b.... O/2C EGGS Strictly No. l selected, IT* EUUO per dozen 113 RUTTED strict Ualr in Jars. Bet- |1* Oil I I Ell ter at Me and Me; per lb.. .IOC Suffer |r d^ :^^............18c Butter !^nd Separator: inJars: Jelly S.?. : TanMeT: ;. 13c Starch ££&... .:.......4« Dim LI a* Hut bottles Chow Chow, Q m rliKieS Gherkins or plain OC Cheese reani: agoodone: lie Saver Kraut I^^:.:...Sc| Heney romb.f)er J3t' Tomatoes I. standard: ....7c Corn ieanack pound 10c «pples Hushel Box—All yartetes— 85c APpieS iTnisisasnap)... (fOC 1 package imported Safety Matches, 1 doz. box 8c 1-lb cans Red Raspberries Preserves. '8c 1-lb cans Strawberry preserves „ 9c Oranges. Large fancy Lemons, doz 10c Mexican Oranges, doz 150 Florida Oranges, doz 25c Extra large ->favals, doz 30c Grape Fruit, each.. .s@Bc Peerless Market. Sirloin Steak ;....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

8 SLAUGHTER SALE Prices actually cut in half in many cases. Anxious to reduce our large stock before closing our books for the year; we are slashing prices right and left and giving such astounding bar gains that none must miss. COME EARLY while the assort ment Is good, for this line will not last long. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. g~\ ' e?/Y T^LI Contains Sterling Silver Nail Flies, Button Hooks, I Jill* silC I fin 16 Shoe Horns, Blotters, Paper Knives, Ink Erasers, v*** vvv iu^iv Hair Brushes with Silver Trimmings, Military and Hat Brushes. Sterling and Out Glass Salt* and Peppers, Pen Knives, and many other useful pieces. Regular prices 75c to $2.00. SAMPLES OF BARGAINS. Sterling Sliver Thimbles 100 -." " -Nail Files, Cuticle Knives and Button Hooks, regular 36c lOc " " Nail Polishers ...4Oa " " Salve Jars, large size -.. ..800 . " " Talcum Boxes ...... 50© " " Match Boxes, full size... „ ..., ♦• 7 Bo " " Hair Brushes SI.OO \OQfi discount on Hawkes' Cut Glass SSly^^ * v A/ FIRS...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. 190 L Sensational i 11 . I ■ I - 111 I I I I I £; I ™ 1 Clearing Sale Our great CLOAK AND SUIT REDUCTIONS are creating a great Ben sation. Never have such values been offered in the Twin Cities. No let up until every garment is sold. . Tailor-Made Suits. WALKING SUITS.' $20.00 SUITS ' #1250 - $1500 and. s42-505111T3 : . 12450 ™™™**™. Sl' ITS $14.50 *50«<» and $47.00 SUITS $29 50 $40.00 and $35.00 SUITS QCO SUITS up to $75.00 .. 4t2A Cd now.,'. ■jpJL/ijKf' now - ■- *vr - J97x)v JACKETS. $15.00 and $ic.OO JACKETS, $10 00 $25-0° JACKETS, #"X 00 ur°' JAc: KKTs:IZI^' $1250 ckeE'l!Z""'''ji9so All our \o\ elty Coats and Newmarkets reduced without regard to cost or value. , " Qot-^oo-fi/M^oi Choice of hundreds of Silk -^_ _- OeilSdllOndl Waists, all the new shades C V Waist ValuesJ^^spel! 10: W.J Fred. D. Young & Co., CLoAsmh SYNDICATE BLOCK, furs. ... ?1J NI COLLET. ft /nr2y^^^TOK£-DTr 1^ Cwnrine if the onlr laiative J<m ihoald take. It ' I does not gri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

10 WHEAT IS HIT HARD Price Declines Two Cents Under Liquidation. HAS THE BULL EFFORT FAILED? Pit So Demoralised on the Close that the Signs Were Hard to Read. Close Close THE DAY'S RESILT To- Sat- May wheat. Minneapolis.777 8 79% May Wheat, Chicago 78 79% May wheat, Duluth 79 80% May wheat. St. Louis 76% 77 1- May wheat. New Y0rk...83 83% day. trd'y. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 7. —Wheat was wild on the opening and before th scond hour of the session closed the price of May wheat had covered l%c range. Liverpool was %d higher, which did not give quite the support desired. May wheat opened in Minneapolis at 79% c, broke to 7SVs>c and advanced sharply to 79%@7yT8'-\ Around noon the price had dropped back to 78% c, and the market vas in uncertain position. The bulls were probably a little less confident this morning than on. Saturday. On the other hand some hold 10 the "speculation in the air" theory and these expect to see wheat ad vance anyway. Thr has ben considerable w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING. JANUAEY 7. 1901. A /~t^w r/^k I'+4 m IC* 111 4~K* WtT* 0t fr*^*~U~f S -*->v for other businesses, why not for yours? There is no reason J~\%J VC£ Ll^lMM%£ IS 4CI C I fit id /MM f I*l (* » fry money spent in advertising should not be as advantageous •**■■•<* -**-' •*•• V-»V-^V-^%* M*M M M Mg^ for you. TRY AN AD ON THIS PAGE. MAYOR GRAY'S VALEDICTORY Continued Kroui Fifth Puffe. $250,000,000 a year. Our business activity is reflected in poatofflce receipts which approxi mate $700,000 pp.- annum, and in bank clear ings, of nc«r $600,000,000. We build over 3,000. homes and business structures a year, and cur permanent investment per annum reache $4,000,0<i0 fcr buildings and $12,000,000 for real estate. .", We" have 790 miles of streets," of which li*> are paved'and 263 are'sprlnklf>d, while 12". "are provided with street "railway.- We ' have 074 miles of sidewalk, of which 259 are stone, and we have in miles of curb, 150 of sewer, and about. Itis miles of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 January 1901

12 PiiMißi I] LJl>£*l r§ji [|v/«}■ iTimEC kw2PT3?I i I ■JH-ViIUHMi ■ |2E2ESM2£XS£2H I jhihmV I a|l A tljJ^^-^^UljsJJlllLlMl^JJliiilliifjilil iii'-Bi^^B •■■';'" -'! ■'•■■• • ■ •'■•'■'■ '•' ■■'•■••-'■fl^V raffia •'" V.:. 3SB §BBBHS3BfcIiK. '.- ■■••'' ■. : KgKn '■ ' "'' BBffii y. ■ ■ BB^H ">! rf*^*l ' •' ' JF:^*~r'i " - f"'' l"'ll ■'■ ' ■ Fu?*la: w^3''^ ■'''' JJF PWJP^llß^^iilJii^^t^^^'fQl^WtSwTrfifllr-'!!!' B I'll fcj^jij^j B ■ . ■ ' 's^*~ ***' * .■ ■■ . —'-— - '^~~ ■ ~~ B^v^*t^^B II! I m^^^^m^m^^^sM Hi I 11(3 j ]iDOSIS-r»CiMS ; I »^ I \J _^J B™*^ f\ TT FT P*^ *(*■-■■ I^B^^«J AlbmuurhvoUl mmmmmm f=s=s=== 1 YEAR'S LAKE TRAFFIC A URGE TOWAGE MOVEMENT Grain Shipments From Lake Super ior ana Michigan Porta- Coal Receipts. AVashington. Jan. 7.—According to fig ures just completed by the treasury bureau of statistics, which cover the en tire navigation season up to Dec. 1 last, the commerce of the great lakes for the closing year of the century seems likely to show a larger tonnage mo...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL > PKIOE TWO CENTS. PW ENTERS THOS. LOWRY Formal Candidacy to Be An nounced Soon. ASKING VOTES ALREADY Member Called Into Audience and Asked to Support Him. MUNN IS THE INTERLOCUTOR Kv»u» Indltmayed WUI llattle All the More Energetically for Victory. If soliciting rotes makes him a candi date. Thomas Lowry is a candidate for the United States senate. The Journal knows of at least one instance in which Mr. Lowry asked for a vote yesterday. At the same time, a rep resentative of Mr. Lowry stated In the presence of that gentleman that the lat ter would be a formally announced can didate within twenty-four- hours. It is expected that Mr. Lowry's announcement ■will be made to-night. A member of the house was called yes terday to the law office in St. Paul of; l|jr 1/I ill Tom Shevlln (national committeeman) —Ji saw Van Sant and told him what to do. Munn & Thygeson. M. D. Munn, of this firm, is general counsel for the Twin City Rapid Transit company, of which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

2 KILL 200 CHINESE Germans Have a Hard Battle With 3,000 Chinamen. FIGHT LASTS FULLY FOUR HOURS Mouil.ui .Im.-iu I» Followed toy v Bay onet (bartre Before the Clil ntie Are Koutetl. Peking, Jan. 7.—A German expedition In the northern district encountered at Sze-hai-kong, twenty miles northwest of the junction of the great. wall, 3,000 Chinese. The Germans retired toward Lui-tin-fu, where they were reinforced. The country is exceedingly mountainous, and the village is in a,n enclosed valley, with, a walled entrance. The Germans advanced to attack the vail, whereon the Chinese had mounted ten cannon, including four old Krupps. A mountain battery bombarded the place for au hour and the position was then taken at the point of the bayonet. Three hours' further fighting occurred before the enemy were driven out of the valley. The Chinese loss is estimated at 200. and the Germans lost one killed and four wounded. The Germans, after destroying all the dwellings, retired to Yen-king. N. DAK....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8. 1901. Mclaughlin Special Prices! |i)3*vlC!il H S H^^^b With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our IXII at 15c per Ib. To show the Trust our Coffees can not be. kept from the people WE SELL (iIIOGEHIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $100 IU9 B Quality Flour, $1.90 This Hour is the celebrated WHITE SA.TIN, made by the Barber Milling Co. in Minneapolis, and we recommend it as better than Pillsbury's, which lately we have been running as our first quality, but rind it difficult to* ob tain of the high grade we want. We will sell it in future at the following price: Mil A PILLSBURY'S He BEST XXXX I mJB 10 ■ Ouv second ***" mu*^m quality. Flour, $1.88 Q*irr-li iiest <Jloss ' lar§e ifl. Jldltil lump, 3 pounds f0r....!!!© Pfi-HtiAC New California, «|j* FiUiiwJ per pound..... QQ Mnirhoc Best Parlor, © MalCflcS 12 boxes for ©§ T)ina Worth Cc, our price,. *$~ I\lvC per lb ifC Pane . IMb. cans, MB B . i>ttS per can. O§ lima Beans J^eS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

1 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS able 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 m0nth............. 35 cents Single copy 2 cents THE JO It NA 1< is pabllihed every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 .Fourth Street South, Journal Building:, Minneapolis, Minn.. C J. Billaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6. 87, 88 Tribune building. ; CHICAGO OFFICE— BOB Stock Exchange building. 'ffgßH ■ ".,' .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 arr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 January 1901

\, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, IHI. Our Annual January Clearance Sale. Now in full blast. It is the opportunity that every housekeeper in the Northwest has been waiting for. It includes the very choicest selection in the Northwest. Every article marked in plain figures and every piece advertised will be sold. s^af Dining ij t —^^ZlZl Buffets lj AH Our Parlor Goods ' InSsPw Chairs !; Ja^\ aas^ \ 7cnf f'! 61 Hi H Chaif in inouf | 7 'y- V^ beautiful <IVJ^^^II- ll^H^l JpAJI -B f :|" b^l^ T "closets, i: ' - ™-V Y> li ;: r/^' >*> I- V^jff/? !' 1C Af£ Including Sofas, Di (Vl' W•" ''I " V^T" '- .Zi^ I ITT «! £«) UII vans, Davenports and <®li ™ "! y ***J Vfll >^w.vii Parlor Chairs of every '■■'^jp/' (sj tir! U." e» Which includes ? description, in fact, one entire floor <WWW yvwvvvvvwvvv W wvvvyw I' 1 China Closets in «! of over 1,000 pieces all go a: ■25 off Dining Table, ' ■ =4= „ Mahogany, Flem- • our regular prices. ,r Dining Tables !| c —rr— ? i ßh and Golden !| 1 1...

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