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Austin Weekly Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1906, Austin, Minnesota AUSTIN WEEKLY 'VOL- xvin AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. SATURDAY- DECEMBER. 22 1906- NO 303 I f.-.-ii f- nf r.iimera III. [in I No I. i.y Hi., mil.....en. VATICAN'S PROPOSAL TO NEGO- TIATE A SETTLEMENT OF CHURCH TROUBLE. NEW RELIGIOUS MEASURE A0OHTED BY AN OVERWHELMING VOTE IN THE FRENCH CHAM. BER OF DEPUTIES. 22.-A'-'-'.i'il'.K "i In tlic posi'.-i-r.ion '.I vnlli.in (.1 of IV'-nf-: l'i i" Miner Still Entombed. Cal.. Dr.-. iijive I.IIIL i-ii..fiiijiterc.d [TI rescue of Hlrl.s stml hlu tie llverstK..- Y. ill rial lie l-l'icled [or vrt HOB LYNCHES A NEGRO. Takes Him From the Annipollt and Manor. Him. Aiinaj.all-.. Mil.. :i.y. i ni ni thirly ilii.vn il-> 'il 'li" j.-ill IIIIMV. l.i-.l: ri.H lli.ii--. ill'.- ulni "li l-'il'la-' (ihiilliiillv Mif. .1'ilni IK-l'l f-.Ulli.-l .I.HI I..IK I.' 'I :i1'" If., njinio f'1 hl.l BELIEVED IT WOULD RESULT IN BENEFIT TO BOTH SHIPPERS AND RAILROADS. FAVORED BY WESTERN LINES iillKSll.lll-l. Mil'! UK' Vpl-l HOII- IlillrcM llif! railroads Ilia! all pin tit-; il would lit1 croally hem-flu..! (in-sent oon-litioiiK re- liovrrl if ;i HIT- ml-rchaiiKe of cam anioriK iaimia.1 conlil tie ahoul. solution was first suKKCsu-il railroad reprcscntii- tlvcft In liic. iK-iirliiR. It Is nn.leratooil that railway linos generally ruviu- a fire imci change of COAL SUPPLY RUNNING SHORT. e. Wl most rftfns'is hut tlml roads liave re- to onli'i- inio such an agreement, i The rcnson for tills dlfflcnlly. It is aal'l. is (iiai roada are profil- ing by prt-si.-nl Infi many limn Klllionx anrl arc na- BUT EASTERN ARE _ REPORTED TO BE OPPOSED ineni as a serious short- to .-xinl in ill.' West anil Smith. TO THE SCHEME. Commissioner I the nmnll towns In Minnesota, tho Da- Minneapolis Is In Danaer of a Fuel, knl" olhar Northwestern states Famine. I Former Alabama Mayor Shot. Montgomery. Ala., Dec. Kalicr. cify paving Inspector, and e.vnmyor rjf Montgomery, was shot bj- 'ils and former chief city da- the present lime the city Is con-1 w- Mm I'll.'. In a-caff it ahem S.r.fjO ions of coal dally .'......i''' Minneapolis, Dec. cual ply In Minneapolis Is running shori and If the weather bccorcea st-ve.ro in tlic near future many people will suitor as a result. nml tlie supply on hand Is ions. Only i mo liehiK sliijiped into 'arai. The iront'li to liaro of work the city daily nnrl at present pioapccls do nut point to :iti increase in the urc-s. In N'ovenihor Ihe cliy diBpo- Monuirent to Joe- N'ou VIH-I. Tiiosc of ton" of coal ami lOO.Ofid in 'lan.l .inaniiiiucil tons will h'vi-.air'1aily hr-en used In. Hie amount December. In other befnp; the cimoutit of coal conslanlly and there is no jnenlton in the enl rale of increase worthy of npply. At the prep- in the amoimt of. .til of a week's hns been i1. :H iii Central .Afier thi I I'routy j "All lnln.clinni.-f of l.j- all the I riiilnnd-. 'I" away with much of c.old of a week's j Sawmil flly. Mo. S2.-AI HM the slilppllu-. iro.ii.K-. And then, this j ,.ity posi. l -The til ll-.: iulo llie ch'Uitiy in a Ion.-: from New York. L. ahoul the frnin leiiorls tile ii Plant Burned. 1.1-1-. 'S'.- -Tin- ECHO OF FAMOUS WILL CASu. Wf .1 A. Pr'nlly. il.lcriliilr! .1 i'-nei'. vhlch he-iiu In Kt. l.'-ui-i aii'i t-.-.-l. .1 the com- of ere mil ItinroiiKlily whli i-on.iliidiis here. Thfy atf ft, money firsi an-l ohiioldvr I in' service llller." smsll lov.-ti- in ilie Northwest and be-1 iiy nit- Hi. jMn In (iiinl: Tlirre i the Head ni ils own troubles, of o- Ttim srlay morn- iilant. of Lumber com- li... ai the presontj i.oss. about. JtOO.- HOLIDAY SPECIAL A TUHSDAY, DECEMBER nth, and ending PIONDAY, DECEHBER 24th, 1906, Dress Goods Cloaks and Fur Lined Coats li- liiii' -xo Imvc hnd avr-ry successful aea-on, but to Many good things yi-t to Hosiery Hosiery A feM special numbers for this ECf'.VED WIT i Divorce. UNTHUSIASM.j I'.'--' 'J 1 :i" I'i..----' r' '2 I-'uv-lineil Coats worth 25.00 wile price Kui'-lined L'onis worth Ho.OO, I lot ladies lilask- c-iisimere North an-1 price. 1 lot Boys' heavy Ih-et-.-il I regular ''in: ham I M ?ale prire.......... 1 VI U t.'-.l-'.y for vili, Tl-r ai'l'inl" Hil-in.l ibr 'f.r- Ir-.' Hi-lil, nil roi i.'-rmii fl. of Ijel-iL- tii.in.-i. tin- iiiiiiis' )l. I i-ia'-rl.-l May 2''. Hi'- cmirt tn her. In ih- f.iiipiiiiin sh- c.a-.l h'-r Pi ilif- -ii incl-U nt.- hl-r hll.-hail.l Of of 1 lot Isi.-l Coats at..... r Di-vuiinl nil our entire I Strjl'''L lofc ''ildies worth "P tO 12.50 -innc-. sale [ii'ice .Mr- M f.-n-lini: "h-r Of I Tin- mil--- ibat on iwn Heyl llii-.'ii'i-ncd to kill her. in that th-- Hiil.lr.-n hi i.iic.iialior.- Ii'. 'I'm nin'i-i .1 for I.. -n SKirts lot SKirts 1 iot ChiliU-tsn's Coats worth up to (i.OO 2lG QI R R fl i i iui c'is3iniDre n n n worth .u, to 30. yyp sale pru-n.......... PRICE Domestics I 7-3 pieces at............. pieces Flannelelts All other Coats 20 per cent Disc regular KM: sate I'rice. 'Jo plerpfi at.............. 1 lot Teasel rloivn outiticr a regular sate price; 1 lot of outing Hannel heavy 20% DISCOUNT off all WOOF- BLANK UTS. i-lG Oc I of outing llannel heavy rt anil lleecy nii-e patu-rns X ujito sale pm-e VJ U (.if all other 5 Me..'s Sweaters, all wool, all colors, worth 1.25, sale price SHOES. n C n 'lot hiilios slippers r _ H o n i n n WWVl i 10 close.............'...I 10% DISC otf all other Underwear Kach day .luring I his from o I at ju.st PRICE Underwear uti. OuG l-ricc............v 29c Spools ROCKEFELLER DISCUSSES LAW Millinery. Milimery. Oil Magnate He Court. lot r Hats worth np to 2.00, to at :iiy v.hcilKv ho I'1 "i In court fliiml.l lii> I in THE DftAGO DOCTRINE. on all TAI5LK Price DISCOUNT r.-.-p'-i-ln.l '-r :--'in' 'l.-l.i. av.il rtnr sl imve law n-.f- rrnnts I" .-an I Table OUCloth GROCERIES. 23 cents 15 coots 2'.! cents 17 cents S ceiits cents. 8 cents 7 Cuiod Clois SSUvcli. Hi. c.ins Ht'.i Salmo Navy llemis per l Sj 11. No I rroil.i onu'l-f.'H l.y l.-ox No I Oy.sier .'riirki'r box llkstfmv.lfr I'.ie I Hi i.i-.-t Tea iii 1 mi I'.iil syru t.on Hie- fl.n.'-i 111; tlio i.rn.-i. ry. Mr. itocl-.eu-U- r ine: GROCEKIES. r. Itirs Soap ID l.c-not No I I" '-.-.-i l-'onir. tun arc lot: o sp, The Ch >rapos13 i-.-.-..- Ol thO j u-.i.- of very I g
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