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New Spring Suits
About thirty different styles
in the new mixtures, checks,
handsome Venetian cloths,
Broadcloths and Voiles
made in the new jaunty
Eton effects and blouses
with the deep girdle, Nor
folk coats and handsome
tailor-made models. Prices
from $18.59 to $50.
Coats Less Than Half
All three-quarter length coats,
worth to $45.00. Saturday
50 short coats, worth to $10,
Another lot of short coats
worth to $22.50. Saturday
IN NEW YOBK
Cabman Chloroforms and Robs a
Woman Patron on Crowded
Man Is Now Under Arrest and
Has Been Identified by
New York Feb 5 A cabman
known as Moffatt fs held foi trial here
on a charge of robbery made
by Miss Clayborne bheldon of
Buffalo, who told Magistrate
Barlow a remarkable story of
her arrival In New York as a
sti anger and her attempt to reach a
leputable Broadway hotel thru the
medium of a cab Miss Sheldon came
from Buffalo, Jan 15, she said, to seek
a position as a singer
"I told the fiist cabman I met that
I wanted to go to the hotel, said
she "He said it would cost me $5 and
I got into the cab I do not know
how many miles I was driven but
hours passed, and after we passed a
familiar cornei I stopped the cab, de
termined to get out
'Where am I'' I asked
'You are near the hotel,' he re
Well, I will walk the rest of the
way,' I said
"When 1 tried to get out the cabman
seized me and forced me into the
You will not leave this cab,' said
he 'until you pay me $100
"I asked what for and he told me to
give up the money to avoid trouble I
screamed and he seized me by the
throat and threw a handkerchief ovei
my face I think it was saturated
with chloroform, for it made me sick
I do not recall anything until some
time afterward I found myself lying
in a gutter dazed and sick
The woman immediately sought a
policeman to whom she told her story
She had been robbed of all her money,
$45, a ring worth $175, her watch and
many small articles
Perhaps the most lemarkable part
cf the affaii which had occurred in
a street which is crowded night and
day, then developed From the wom
an descnption the policeman imme
diately recognized the cabman and set
out to find him 'He subsequently ar
rested Moffatt in a distant section and
learned that he had retired from the
cab-driving profession the day after
the hold-up Moffatt was identified in
couit by the complainant
PIG HAIR CURLERS STRIKE
Girls Resent Foreman's Treatment of One
of Their Number.
Chicago, Feb 5 Girl halrcurlers em
ployed by Armour & Co struck because
one of their numbei was tieated dlscouft
oously by a foreman
Most gills curl hair but theie are only
thirty in the plant at Thirty-first street
and Benson street, where crimps are put
into hog hairs to make them serve well
for cushions There is not great softness
in a pile of sti light hog hairs but when
thy are curled they are highly valued by
those who must have soft seats
Immediately aftei the strike President
Sterling and a member of the packing
trades council joined the crowd of idle
girls The men propose to stand by the
women who work at their sides
Fine Hair Goods
Second Floor, New Part.
Switches from $2.00 up. Mar
cell and New Patent Pom
padours. First class sham
pooing, manicuring and fac
The Misses Olsen.
For men or women, all silk, Per
sian patterns, some plain, some
checks, worth to $2.00 "T(|A
Fancy Ribbons2$ inches wide, all
shades, Dresden patterns, 4 A
worth 30c a yard, Sat. luw
Lace Ribbons with silk embroidered
dots, all colors, 4 inches wide,
worth 35c yd. Some of *%*&*%
our new spring ribbons. aiUv
Black and white striped ribbon with
polka dots, Worth 60c a Jfl TT#%
yard, Saturday fj
All Mail Orders Filled
Dr. Gertrude Stanton Is Busy,
The fame of Mrs. Stanton, our woman optician, has
spread far and wide. She is conceded to stand in
the very forefront of her profession. Her success
in fitting the most difficult cases is certainly wonder
ful. Eyes examined freeglasses tightened,
straightened and adjusted free. Duplicates of any
broken lens. Bring your repair work.
Second FloorNew Part
500 yards of 36-m.
Pantasote, reg. 75c
25c box fine stationery 1 9
25c whisk brooms 1 9
15c package borax, 1 lb 11
10c box talcum powder 5
Witch hazel and oatmeal toilet
soap, 3 cakes in a box, for 9
Cocoa oil toilet soap, cake.. 1
75c jar Pompeian massage Cr'm 39o
50c jar Pompeian massage Cr'm 29c
40c perfumes, most popular
odors, oz 23o
12 rattan foot rests,
like one illustrated,
14 inches high, top
covered with Wil
ton carpet, regular
One 9 inches high,
regula price $1.75,
WHY IS MEAT SO DEAR?
SEEING CATTLE ARE CHEAP, MR.
MARTIN WANTS AN OFFICIAL.
Washington, Feb. 5 Representa
tive Martin of South Dakota in com
menting upon his resolution which di
rects the secretary of commerce to m
vestigate the causes of the low price
I of beef since July 1. 1903, said
I Everj good housewife wants to know the
reason for the present high price, of meat
It is well known that cattle have been
1 cheaper the past four or five years than
iin anj period for a long time and there
has been no corresponding reduction on
price of fresh meat
Mr. Martin does not pose as a "trust
buster He represents a cattle state,
and frequent complaints come to him
'v.j" &, fourth %38$k$4
10 Axminster rugs,
27x54 inches, slight
ly shop worn, reg
ular price $2.75,
New Shirtwaist Suit Silk
Time Limit Sales
Unbleached Sheeting48 inches
wide, fine quality, slightly soiled,
regular 16c quality 15 4fejr%
yards to a customer yd. 1
liuck Towels19x36 inches, fancy
red border, good weight less
than mill price. J2 O
SIX FOR **G
8 to 9
All Linen Crash Heavy, un
bleached, 17 and 19-inch widths,
6 yards to a customer.
Wash GoodsMill remnants of fine,
soft seersuckers and ginghams
worth to 12Jc fb/r*
Damask Pattern Cloths, all linen,
two yards long, choice patterns,
regular $2.50 grade. g*4
Suit Cases, Wrist Bags
Cow Hide Dress Suit Case, linen
lined, sole leather corners, Vienna
handle, brass bolts and fl*
lock. Special Saturday ^|f O
Assorted Walrus and Seal Gram
Auto Bags with leather handles
some chatelaines, worth A BJ
to 75c. Saturday.
that the stockmen are not sharing the
harvest now being reaped by the large
COWS FROZEN FAST
Animals Broke Thru Ice and Were Impris
oned Until Cut Out.
New York Sun Special Service.
Lawrenceburg, Ind Feb 5 Ten cows
belonging to Isaac Hays a wealthy farmer
residing neai Homestead, broke thru thf
ice on a small pond vesterdav evening and
were frozen fast The suffering creatures
were discovered this morning and extri
cated with much difficulty
The Lyceum will present When We
Were 21" next week Monday evening
you will be able to hear the mayor's
More Than Ever.
Doing the largest business on Gloria
boots we ever did They are the best
ever shown at $3 50. Nickel Plate.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL.r^
GEO. D. DAYTON, President. J. B. MOSHER, Vice-President. D. D. DAYTON, Treasurer.
In Our Misses* and Children*s Department for
About SO JacketsZibehne, Irish Frieze and Scotch
Mixturessizes 14 to 18 yearsthis* season's best
styles. SaturdayJust Half-Prlce.
Jackets and Long CoatsKersey Jackets and imported
Zibehne Long Coatstoo many handsome styles to
be described here, sizes 6 to 18 years. Saturdayat
We still have some of our pretty little dresses of all
wool serge and cheviot, sizes 6 to 14 years. Saturday
at Great Reductions.
Children's CoatsNatty $6.00 Zibeline fl^O TT
full length coats. Saturday.. NJIJB ml
Do not fail to see our line of new wash dresses for
children 5 to 14 years old. Russian dresses in brown
linen, white linen and colors, sailor and French
.SILK LEADERS.OF THE NIRTHWEIT-
Great Reductions for Saturday Only.
25 beautifully trimmed hats of silk velvet novelties
and imported braids, worth from fl* A O
$8.50 to $12, Saturday S*%9u*W13
20 trimmed hats worth from $5.00 to CkO A A
$8.00, Saturday *JJ&W
New chiffon hats, Saturday $1.69
Trimmed Hats, Ready-to-Wear
4 tables, hats worth from $2.50 to $4.00 98c
1 table, hats worth from $1.25 to $2.00 39c
1 table, children's hats -39c
1 table, Tarn O'Shanters 19o
1 table, felt shapes and street hats 10c
A E, WALLACE
All styles for womenfrom the
dainty dress shoe, oxford and
slipper, to heavy street
Special Sale of
Overshoes and Arctics
All first quality and Jersey Cloth.
Women's $1.25 one-buckle ft**
Women's $2.00 three
buckle Arctics V* Omf
Women's $1.00 Alaskas, CQA
broken sizes UWV
Misses' and Children's one- Qf%
buckle Arctics,sizes to 2 *9%W\M
Misses'and Children's three-buckle
Arcticssizes jto fl^ 4jj 4 E
Misses' and Children's JSQ^
Alaskas, sizes to^2 wt*
Boys' Arctics, sizes 2J to OQA
All felt Romeos and Slippers greatly
reduced for Saturday.
THREE BURNED TO DEATH
AND FOUR OTHERS PROBABIiY
FATALLY INJURED IN A FIRE
Montreal, Feb. 5.Three persons
were burned to death, in a fire in a
small dwelling house in Cadieux street
here to-day, and four others probably
MRS EDWARD CRAWFORD, 40 years
WILLIE CRAWFORD, 15 years old, son
JAMES HOGAN 23 years old, son-in
Mrs Ethel Hogan, 22 years, burned on
hands, face and arms cut, may die
James E Hogan, 8 months, infant son
of Mrs Hogan, badly burned, may die.
Has Cured More Women Than
Any Other Medicine in the World.
Duchesse, Valenciennes and Point
de aris Laces, 2 to 5 inches
wide, worth to 20c, 4 A 4*
Cambric embroideries, worth to 25c,
insertions to match, Sat- 4 Of*
urday, yard ill#
Swiss embroideries for infants'
dresses, regular 45c OOA
goods, Saturday, yard mm%3\M
Silk BeltsOxidized or gilt buckles,
new patterns, choice OQA
25c Beaded Chains, 54 in- -fl f|f*
ches long %M
75c Beaded Chains, tassel AE
Day tight Store
breathing and chest expansion.
20-inch guaranteed black taffeta,
86-inch guaranteed black taffeta,
21-inch guaranteed black peau de soie,
New Pongees27 and 36 inches wide, 89c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $1.75.
Heavy Taffeta and Soft Taffeta, both in IA
black and colors. Saturday
New Laces and Embroideries
FEBRUARY 5, 1904. fC
Seventh St. and Nleellet Ave.
R. E. ESTERLY, Credit Man.
Mercerized Wash Goods in plain
shades and fancy stripes, two-color
effects, soft as silk, our 4
regular 25c line. Yard.. O
Choice two-color weaves, 32 inches
wide, 38 styles to choose from,
worth at least double our Qf
Saturday price, yard
Edward Crawford, 40 years, burned all
over body, probably will die
Thomas Hare, 35 years old, face and
hands burned, may die
Three of the inmates, .rs Hogan,
with her infant and T'.omas Hare,
Jumped from the second/\ory of the
burnfng house. The oth-. ^upant,
Edward Crawford, was
after he was badly burned..*
CHILDREN KILLED BY RATS.
Springheld, Ohio, Feb 5 Elizabeth
Black, an orphan brought here from Ken
ton with her sister a few days ago died
yesterday They were both found in their
miserable home virtually eaten alive by
rats who had attacked them in the night
The children were twins and now lie in
What Do You Want?
It Is Immaterial what your WANT
may be, if you will only make it
known thru Journal Want umns,
it will bet supplied within a few hours.
Its annual sales are greater than those of any other medicine exclusively for women.
It holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of woman's ills. .This fact is attested by hundreds of thousands
of letters from grateful women which are on file in the Pinkham laboratory, and which are constantly being published.
Merit alone can produce such results. Good advertising serves to call attention for a time, but merit alone can stand the
test of time.
The ablest specialists now agree that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most universally successfurremedy
for woman's ills known to medicine.
All sick women should note these facts, and plating all possible prejudices aside, should realize the truthfulness of these
statements, and that a cure for their troubles actually exists.
Wise is the woman who has faith in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for health and happiness is sure to follow its use.
YOU CAN GET HELPFUL ADVICE FREE
If there is anything about your illness you do not understand, Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., will be glad to receive a letter from you telling her all
the details. She will send you promptly a reply which may save you years of suffering and pain. She has helped thousands of women. For all this
she will not charge you a cent besides, she will keep your letter strictly confidential. Write her to-day don't wait.
FRANK H. CARLETON, Director.
Tape Girdle, made of
woven strips of tape,
clasp, 6 inches over
hips. Special Saturday
Empire Girdles, made of fine
batiste, lace on top and bottom,
pink and blue,regular "TOtf*
price $1. Saturday... iFu
Empire Tape Girdle, made of
mercerized tape, white and blue,
white and pink, Special 4
Girdle Without Lacings, a dainty
thing, made of fine batiste,
opens at the back only. ti&4
La Grecque Girdle, made of bat
iste, allows and aids deep
59c 98c 98c
Pure linen handkerchiefs, dainty
borders with small and large de
signs, suitable for collars and cor
set covers, regular 25c |OA
handkerchiefs, Saturday lOw
Women's pure Irish linen hem
stitched handkerchiefs. and J-in.
hems, worth 15c each, 4A
36-Inch Gold Cloths, Silk Place-
Honey Comb, per O A
Half and Less than Half Price.
A clean-up sale of Zimmerlis' line of samples at a
fraction of real value.
Union Suits cotton, lisle, silk and wool, regular
prices $2.75, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and 4 A
$6.00 Saturday IHBPV
Vests merino, longj or half* sleeves, low necked lisle
and silk mercerized lisle, regular prices C"l
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50, Saturday *P M#
Pants knee and ankle length, some lace trimmed,
ankle length in cashmere, silk and wool, spun and
all-silk, regular prices $2.00 to $7.00, C** A
Corset Covers lisle and silk covers, low neck, no
sleeves merino covers, h|gh neck, long or half
sleeves regular prices $1.25 to $5.00, A&A
Abdominal Bands silk and wool and all wool, (feO A
$2.00 quality, Saturday %Wm\a
New Spring* Shirts
Negligee Shirts, printed Oxfords in stripes and fig
ures, plain white Oxfords. Madras in stripes and fig
ures, new Percales a grand showing of_fashionable
Shirts for Spring. Buy early to get
the best exclusive styles
Wash Boilers, extra heavy
tm, copper rim on side,
worth to $1 76, sale price.
No 8*1 26. No 9 SI. 3 5
Wash boilers, good tm,
worth to $1, No 8 59o,
No. 9 69o.
all heavy solid
copper, worth $2.75, only $1.95.
Handy clothes dryers, small size,
Clothes dryers, like cut, 6 feet
high, only 68c.
Bread and cake boxes,
made of heavy japaned
tin, 4 sizes, sell up to
85c, sale pricesmall
29o Medium, 39c.
Large, 49c, Extra
Malaca plated knives and forks, will outwear
the cheap silver kind, per set of 12 pieces,
worth $1, only 69c.
100-piece decorated Dinner Sets, cheap at
$10 00. only S6.96
100-piece Dinner Set, best English porcelain,
pretty forget-me-not decoration, gold trim
med, cheap at $16 00, only $10.00
TO ABOLISH "FRATS"
LEGISLATURE O MISSISSIPPI
DECIDES TO BAR THEM FROM
THE STATE UNIVERSITY.
New York Sun Special Service.
Jackson, Miss, Feb. 5.A bill seek
ing to abolish the Greek letter fratern
ities at the University of Mississippi is
to be introduced In the legislature.
One its recnt visit to the University
of Mississippi the house committee on
universities and colleges made a
searching Investigation of the frats.
The committee also went into the af
fairs of the various clubs and socities
and found some surprising conditions.
The legislators were shocked at the
disregard for the proprieties which
prevailed, and particularly at the lan-
All the latest spring styles,
1 Chocolate Nut OR**
OUl Bar. pound..
Large size Satin Spread, fringed,
exquisite patterns, & 0 fSO
regular $3.25.Each *P^BUP
Heavy weight, silver bleach, soft
finish, usual price 70c. E kg%
102-piece Austrian China Dinnar Set in 3 dec
orations, very thm china, would be cheap at
$25 00, only SI 6.96
Bracket Kitchen Lamp with
tin reflector, all complete, No 2
ney, only 25o.
with glass re-
75c, only 49o
open Slop Jars,
all first quality,
no 2nds, only 89o. Large size
Covered Slop Jars with side handles, regular
price $1 50, gc*at 98c.
Dinner ware, 21
with the largest
selection in the
42-piece Dinner Set
celain, fancy shape,
worth $5. $3.40.
Table spoons, extra, a one silver plate on
nickel silver base, worth per set 51, only 39c
guage used in the oath of one of the
BOODLE TRIAL NEARS END
Case Against Colonel Butler of St Louis
Arrives at Talking Stage
Fulton, Mo Feb 5 Arguments to tho
jury, in the case of Colonel Edwud Butler
of St Louis, who is on^tnal before Judg
Graves on the charge of bribing members
of the house of delegates to secure tho
passage of the city lighting bill in 1899,
were begun to-day Assistant Circuit At
torney Bishop of St Louis opened for the
$37.80 to New York and Return.
Via Chicago Great Western lailway.
Tickets on sale Feb. 6th to 10th in
clusive, and Feb. 26th to March 1st,
inclusive. Limit, thirty ^lays from
date of sale. Full infoimaTion at cltv
ticket office. Fifth and Nicollet ave
nue, Minneapolis, Minn.