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N people persist in riding on
the street cars, insufficiently pro
tected by clothing.
They start out perhaps in the heat
of the day and do not feel the need
The rapid moving of the car cools
"""-I the body unduly.
PRECAUTION 1 When they board the
BETTER THAN I car, perhaps they are
MEDICINE. I slightly perspiring.
When the body is in
this condition, it is easily chilled.. This
is especially true when a person is sit-
Beginning a street car ride in the
middle of the day and ending it in the
evening almost invariably requires ex
tra wraps, but people do not observe
these precautions, hence they catch
Colds are becoming very frequent in
"AS ANY COLD MAY LEAD TO CATARRH-PERUNA
SHOULD BE KEPT IN EVERY HOME."Dr. S. B. Hartman,
the summer on this
account, and as the
cooler, it happens still
During the month of October no one
should think of riding on the car with
out extra wraps.
A cold caught in October is liable to
last the wholo winter. Great caution
should be observed during the month
of October against exposure to cold,
until the body gradually becomes ac
customed to the lowered temperature,
when the liability to
But during the first
onset of cool nights
the liability of catch
ing cold is great.
N wonder so many people acquire
muscular rheumatism and kidney dis
eases during this month.
However, in spite of the greatest pre
cautions, colds will be caught.
At the appearance of the first symp
tom, Peruna should be taken according
to directions on the bottle, and con
tinued until every symptom disappears.
DUNN REPLIES TO LIND
DENIES CHARGE OF RECKLESS-
NESS I N OFFICEJOHNSON AND
WINSTON ADDRESS LARGE AU-
DIENCES I N RENVILLE COUNTY.
Rochester, Minn., Oct. 19.R. C.
Dunn in his speech here last night, re
plied to the criticisms passed on him
by Congressman John Lind, saying that
but for him the state would have lost
43,000 acres of valuable land, and deny
ing the congressman's charges of neg
ligence and recklessness in his admin
istration of the auditor's office.
He charged Mr. Lind with talking
simply for effect and asserted that the
congressman well knew that the state
has suffered no loss and can sustain
none from any act of his while auditor
The meeting was addressed by Con
gressman Stevens and John C. Sweet.
There were delegations from Kasson,
Dodge Center, Owatonna and other
RENVILLE COUNTY MEETINGS
Johnson and Winston Speak at Hector
Olivia, Minn., Oct. 19.Despite a dark, rainy
day 700 persons attended the afternoon meeting
held at Hector by Messrs. Johnson and Win
Pobliclv Indorsed by the Superintendent of the
great PEOPLE'S MISSION, who says It
Washington, D. C, February 29, 1904.
The Orriue Co.. Inc.. Washington, D. C.
Gentlemen: Orrlne has proven to my entire
satisfaction that it is a specific for drunkenness.
A patient who had been drinking about a pint
of whiskv a day for a great many years was
completely cured in ten days by Orrlne, and he
is now restored to perfect sobriety. I am con
vinced Orrine is a cure for that terrible disease,
drunkenness. Wishing you great success. I am
yours very truly, W. 0. McMIOHAEX,
Superintendent People's Mission.
A Simple Home TreatmentI
To cure without patient's knowl-
Box. untary treatment, Orrlne No. 2.
CURE EFFECTBD OR MONEY REFUNDED
Book on 'Drunkenness" (sealed) free. Orriue
mailed (.sealed) on receipt of $1.00, by
edpe, buy Orrine No. 1 for vol-
he Orrine Co. Inc. Washington, C.
Sold and recommended by
VOEGELI BROS.' DRUG CO.,
corner Washington and Hennepin corner Seventh
street and Nioollet, Minneapolis.
Do not put it off. Do not waste
time by taking other remedies. Begin
at once to take Peruna and continue
taking it until you I
Other State Meetings.
Wells. Minn., Oct. 10.Senator Nefson" ad
dressed a rousing meeting here last night. A re
ception wns held for him at the rooms of the
Aitkin, Minn., Oct. 19.Senator Clapp made
two addresses here yesterday, one in the after
noon and one at night. He defended Dunu and
contended he was fairly nominated.
Vernon Center, Minn.. Oct. 19.Congressman
McCleary. spoke at Amboy yesterday afternoon
and at this plnce last evening, confining his re
marks almost wholly to the tariff.
Medford, Minn., Oct. 19.Lee's hall was
packed last evening with an enthusiastic audi
ence to hear William Henry Eustls and Senator
W. A. Sperry of Owatonna. Mr. Eustis advised
his hearers to "stand pat" and vote for U. C.
Johnson Leads in Fertile.
Special to The Journal.
Fertile, Minn., Oct. 19.A straw vote was
taken here today by an ardent Dunn man and a
.lolmson supporter, resulting in three majority for
Johnson for governor out of fifty votes. At the
Inst election something like twelve votes were
cast for the democratic nominee for governor.
Johnson will carry the village. Colonel David
son snoke to a large audience here last night
under" the auspices of the republican national
committee. His address was well received and
every mention of Roosevelt's name was lustily
Special to The Journal.
Winthrop, Minn., Oct. 19.Charles W. Dorsett,
prohibition candidate for governor George F.
Wells, editor of Backbone, and Rev. Mr. Grim
shaw addressed a fine audience here last night.
The declaration of the speakers that the ab
sence of issues between the other political par
ties this year gave the enemies ot the saloon the
best opportunity for years to show their strength
were well received.
IN THE STEAM HEATED FLAT.
"Where Is all that cold air coming from?"
"I think it comes from the radiator."
MADE A SERIOUS MISTAKE.
SheThey say that a little learning is a
lieYes, I guess It Is. I found it so once.
I stopped investigating when I found out how
much property my first wife's father was sup
posed to own without going ahead and making
Inquiries as to his debts. But I'll never get
taken in that way again.
_,. are health pancakes because
R$Fthey contain the essential elements of
-r-I^" wheat, corn, and rye. The combination is
most nourishing and easily digested (physician's
tatement) And yet, for breakfast, Falcon pancakes
are substantial enough for the hardest workers. These
panoakes are made of
Self-rising means you use no yeast or baking powder, and the
cakes are always the same, always excellent. vary the
fare try this recipe for
Waffles or Gems
Two cups Shannon & Mott Company's Falcon Pancake Flour,
one cup milk, two eggs, one tablespoonful sugar, piece butter
.size of walnut Mix the ingredients thoroughly before adding
g, Falcon Pancake Flour at the
SHANNON S MOTT COMPANY,
Millers of Falcon Pure Foods,
Dea Moines, la.
ston, the democratic candidates .hall
crowded to the doors, voters being In attendance
from every village and township for mUes
The town of Hector, with a voting strength oi
237. and a total democratic strength of but
flftv-seven, has a Johnson club of 157 members,
a majority of them being republicans.
Mfirtlnsburg. with a total voting strength two
rears ago of ninety-two. or flfty-two republicans
"and thirtv-two democrats, was represented at the
meeting by a Johnson club which was ninety
three members, or practically every voter In the
The Palmyra Johnson club, of more than sixty
members, was well represented, and so was the
village of Wellington, where a Johnson club oi
100 members is to be organized Friday night.
In Wellington Rosing received but eighteen votes
two years ago.
Men enme to the Olivia meeting In the evening
from Renville, Sacred Heart, Morton and other
RACE IS DOOME
Head 'off Mohonk Conference
Quotes Special Commission
on Reo! Men.
Lake Mohonk, N Y., Oct. 19.About
one hundred and fifty delegates were
present today wh en the twenty-second
annual Indian conference was called to
order. Charles J. Bonaparte, member
of the board of Indian commissioners,
was chosen as permanent chairman.
After reviewing the wrongs and in
justices suffered by the Indians under
the operations of the present laws, Mr.
Bonaparte quoted from the paragraphs
on the report made to the secretary of
the interior last March by the special
commission appointed by the president,
view of these facts it la not sur
B.T r^nsitivfl that the
perhaps fatal illness later on in the
Mr. George Livingston, a prominent
architect and builder of Los Angeles,
Cal., writes from the Census Office
building, Washington, D. as follows:
I do not hesitate, wh en I see a
friend or acquaintance suffering from
a cold th at is stubborn and threaten
ing to become chronic, to recommend
"It relieved me from a long and dis
tressing catarrhal trouble and brought
back the strength the disease had taken
away. I recommend it as a cure and
a tonic that cannot be surpassed.
Mrs. B. Schober, 221 Tenth st, Port
land, Ore., writes: -4.1.w,
i am pleased to testify to the won
derful curative value of Peruna in
cases of colds and a rundown condition
of the system. I took it for a cold
which I could not get rid of, and in
less than a month it had cured me.
feel like a different person.
1 now take it wh en I am run down
and in need of a tonic, and I find it
excellent in restoring lost strength.
You certainly deserve success. H.
We have in our files thousands of let
ters from grateful people who have
been cured by Peruna.
If you do not derive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Peru
na, write at once to Dr. 8. B. Hart
man, President of The Hartman Sani
tarium, Columbus, Ohio,, and he will
give you the benefit of his valuable ad
All correspondence held strictly con
are positive that the
cold has entirely dis
appeared. This ay
save you a long and
S that profound discouragement and
feeling akin to despair should be preva
lent among the genuine Indians. Com
paratively few complaints are heard from
this part of the population, usually they
grieve and pine in silence but we be
lleve there is grave danger lest, within
the space of a generation, all that will
remain of the Indians may be a few thou
sand hopeless and degraded paupers and
vagrants, objects of contemptuous charity
in the country thus assured? to their an
General E. Whittlesey of the board
of Indian commissioners gave a resume
of the year's work among the Indians,
During the year the number of allot
ments proved is 484 and 786 patents have
been delivered to Indians. Allotment work
is still in progress.
Nearly 4,500 leases of alloted lands have
been made within the year, aggregating
2.000,000 acres, at rates varying from 3
cents to $3 an acre.
Sale of Inherited Lands.
Under the law of May 27, 1902, author
izing the sale of inherited lands, the In
dian is parting with his inherited estate
at the rate of about 8,000 acres a month.
Prices average nearly $17 an acre. The
lands are bought by speculators, rather
than by those seeking homes and as for
the Indian himself, tho prices secured are
reasonable, the purchase money by one
wile or another is rapidly transferred to
the white man's pockets and more often
than any other way by the route of dis
sipation. A ruling has just been made to
check this demoralization.
The enrollment of Indians in all schools
has been brought up to 29,478, an increase
of 1,067 pupils over last year. The aver
age attendance is 25,104, an increase of
722 over last year. The increase is all in
boarding schools and mainly in govern
ment schools off reservations. The day
schools show a slight falling off. About
32 per cent (9,300) of the attendance in
government schools is gathered in schools
off reservations. Congress legislates surh
schools into existence against the judg
ment of the Indian office which advocates
more stress upon schools nearer the homes
of the Indians. The five civilized tribes
are not included in the above figures.
Abolishment of Agencies.
Only twenty-two agencies are now un
der politically-appointed agents. Indians
formerly under forty agencies are now
under fifty-six school superintendents and
six farmers and other officials.
Sales of liquor to Indians still goes on
with little check, partly because congress
has not granted the request of the In
dian office for an appropriation out of
which the cost of employing detectives
and obtaining evidence against liquor sell
ers could be met. With only the insuffi
cient funds of the department of justice
to draw on, first offenses are overlooked
and only the more flagrant violaters of the
law are prosecuted.
Bixby's Work Ne ar End.
Allotments are practically completed in
the Creek nation and the work is pro
gressing among the Choctaws, Chicka
saws and Cherokees. Under legislation of
the last congress the five civilized tribes'
commission must finish its work by the
first of next July. Under the same legis
lation all allotments made to the five
civilized tribes, except the forty-acre
homestead in each allotment, and allot
ments made to minors, may be alienated,
but only under the directeon and with
the approval of the secretary of the in
Commissioner Jones of the Indian
bureau spoke of the good results of the
abolition of the free ration system and
of other reforms instituted in the In
"The blanket, the feathers and the
long hair," he said, "are fast disap-
5th, 6th, 7th
MEN and BOYS'.
Trunks and Bags
THE MINNNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,
Bain Coats100 arrived Tuesday.
The best garment for $10.00 is what
we claim we have for you Thursday.
You'll say so when you see the gar-
mentComes in Oxford gray and
olive green three box plaits in back,
double breasted, belted, sizes 34
J3ilk WaistTaffeta, soft finish, side
plait, tucks to bust, set off with but
tons, new sleeve, turn cuff, colors,
navy,, black and CtM CA
brown, all sizes, specMf m#
pearing, but great evils still exist to
be removed. The worst of these being
the annual payment of large sums of
money to the Indians by the govern
ment, inducing idleness, extravagance
and other vices." The practice should
be stopped as soon as possible."
In conclusion Commissioner Jones
said he believed that all the problems
involved in the administration of In
dian affairs would not be solved and
settled for many years.
$100,000 JOB FOR HAYS
Head of Grand Trunk May Go to Van
New York Sun Special Service.
Montreal, Oct., 19.It is reported
from London that Charles M. Hays,
general manager of the Grand Trunk
system, has resigned to become general
manager of all the Vanderbilt inter
ests at a salary of $100,000 a year.
LONGSHOREMEN WILL MERGE.
New York, Oct. 19.It is announced at
the local headquarters of the American
Federation of Labor that arrangements
were under way to amalgamate the Inter
national Longshoremen of England and
the international union here into one
body. The amalgamated body would have
a membership of more than 150,000 and
will be the largest union of laborers of
this kind in the world.
Handsome solid silk petticoats, about 200 of
themfine quality taffeta, in both plain black
and fancy coloringsskirts are all this season's
make and are of the best styleaccordion
plaited and shirred flouncesconsidered very
good values at their original price of $6to
close out the lot tomorrow $4.49.
Ladies' Skirts, $3.98
Walking and Dress Skirts, of melton
and cheviotblacks, blues, browns and
mixturesEegular price $5. Choice
Special Sate of Skirts H.98
For tomorrow only we offer about
300 Women's Walking Skirts, in all
wool cheviots, meltons and fancy mix
tureslatest styles and best colorings
Eegular values $6 and $7. Special for
Women's Suits, S9.T5
Odds and ends from our Second Floor
Cheviots, voiles, and brilliantine
for the most part large sizes38 to 42
the values are $12 to $25. Choice of
entire lot, $9.75.
Women's Waists, $1.95
A lot of women's Winter Shirt
Waistsmade up from albatross, mer
cerized vestings and fancy flannels
very neat and dressy, and formerly sold
at $2.50. Special, $1.95
Handkerchiefs for Men
38 dozen men's pure Irish linen, one-fourth and
one-half inch hemstitched Handker- CStf*
chiefs, 12*40 values, each
110 dozen pure Irish linen, one-fourth and one
half inch hemstitched handker- 'fl^Lf*
chiefs, 20c values, each ^H#
35 dozen, special }8c value, in extra size, plain
linen hand worked initial Handker- 4 4fe 1
chief, unlaundered, go Thursday for.. I2v
GREAT BARGAIN I N HANDKERCHIEFS
45 dozen only Ladies' pure Irish linen, demi
laundered initial Handkerchiefs, Ktf*
8c values, each
Pure Irish linen, unlaundered, hand worked In
itial Handkerchiefs, 12y 2
Great Basement Salesroom.
65 dozen ladies' dainty Swiss and nainsook
Turnover Hemstitched Collars,
12y2c values, each W
85 dozen Wash Stocks and Turnover Collars
Silk Stocks and Turnover Collars Embroidered
Linen Turnover Collars, white and all colorings,
values from 25c to 35c, go 4 dAg*
Thursday, for, each 1 3Pl*
26 only ecru and Arabian shade Point Gaze and
Venetian Lace Collars, desirable size, and shape,
to be used for yokes as well as regular cape
collar, $2.00 and $2.25 tj* 4 J% I
values, each N
N ft 6
20 dozen only ladies' pure Irish linen hand em
broidered with basket bow knot and "fl Kitf*
wreath, 25c values, each i^Wt*
30 dozen Ladies' pure Irish linen, unlaundered
Handkerchiefs, a broken line of initials, and
convent work embroidered, 15c and 4 tf^ 1 g^
20c values, each 2v
100 dozen Ladie s' pure Irish linen, pne-eighth
and one-fourth inch hemstitched Hand- C&*%
kerchiefs, 12%c values, each W W
100 dozen Ladie s' fast color "Kimona" Hand
kerchiefs, new patterns, tfllff*
10c values, each.
Proposes that United States Es
tablish Big Bank in the
Mercerized Petticoats, TSc
Fi ne quality mercerized sateen
ood styledeep flounce and dust ruf-
$1.25 skirts, tomorrow, for
Good quality flanneletteplain col
ors and fancy stripestrimmings are
of lace and braidseveral styles -'-and
priced from 89c down to 49c.
Fleece Lined Wrappers
A complete line now ready for your
inspectiongood colorslight or dark
garments are well made and nicely
trimmed with ruffles and braid$1.25,
98e and 69c.
Children's Underwear, 19c
Fleece lined cotton .garments, heavy
-weightsizes 22 to 26^-J.9c 26 to 28,
Children's Stockings, 12k
Children's plain black cotton fleece
lined Hosefast color and stainless
good school hose20c grade for 12%c.
October 19, 1904.
The Weather Tomorrow: Fair. Silk Leaden of the Northwest.
The Model of the
The Board of Education accepts the
model and has arranged for a series of
prize essays on the canal. Any of our
schools have an opportunity, therefore, of
securing, 1st, this magnificent model 2d,
a cash prize of $15.00 3d, a cash prize of
$10.00 4th, a cash prize of $5.00. Boys
and girls, study up on the great Panama
canal. See the model, the maps and de
scriptions in the Beard Art Galleries, on
fourth floor, and, if you choose, vote for
the school of your choice. Competition
closes October 29th.
Cut out this Coupon and vote la Art Galleries.
I hereby request the
Dayton Dry Goods Co.
to present the model of the
the Panama Canal to the
Tourist CoatsFancy mixtures men's suitings,
just in Tuesday, 45 inches long, belted back,
double and single breasted, fr|A A A
25.00, $20.00, $15.00 and IIP- W
Dressing SacquesFlannel, in colors blue, pink
and red one piece sleeve, em- 7K*7*
broidery edge, all sizes
WrappersFleeced lined, new fall wrappers,
lined waists, skirt cut very wide, fl* 4 fffo K?
variety of colors, all sizes ^t mam%B
Aguinaldo wants the United States
to go to the financial aid of the Phil
ippines to the extent of $100,000,000.
has a plan by which he thinks ru
ral loans could be made, the people who
are in need helped and the United
States not, financially disturbed. The
plan centers around the establishment
of an agricultural Philippine bank, to
handle the cash and credit of the
United States. A full statement of his
plans is found in Sound Currency for
September, just issued. The substance
of the plan is contained in the follow
ing paragraph from the general's ar
I propose that the honorable civil com
mission obtain from congress a United
States treasury loan of $20,000,000 gold, in
cash, and also a credit of $80,000,000 gold,
which will guarantee the issue of paper to
serve as money in the islands. This sum
A unique salesroom, where nothing but reliable merchandise is sold and at prices that cannot be
duplicated anywhere else in townnow recognized bargain market for economical shoppers daily ad-
ditions to the stocks from up stairs departments make a constant change so that you will find many new
things here Thursday a partial list follows
fohe Grea.t Plymouth' Clothing Hovise, Nicollet a.rvd Sitth
shall be used for the development and
improvement of Philippine agriculture,
and shall be repaid within twenty years
in three installments. The first payment
shall be $25,000,000, at the end of ten
years, and will cancel so much of the
credit the second payment will be $25,-
000,000, at the end of fifteen years, and the
third $50,000,000, at the end of twenty
years. The amount of the credit would
not be taken out of the United States
treasury like the loan, and both would be
without interest, and could never be
transferred to any other foreign nation.
"After the bank was in operation,"
says Senor Aguinaldo, "by complying
with the necessary formalities, such
sums as agriculturists should ask for
would become available to them at
maximum annual interest of 4 per cent,
payable semi-annually." believes
that the income from' the money loaned
would care for the loan and credit with
in the time provided. closes his
I am convinced that with this plan or
some other of the same description the
tears of this people can be drieda peo
ple on whom the government looks as a
child in need, dependent upon the loving
protection of its mother, and confiding in
the noble and praiseworthy intentions
which the North American people have
always shown since their arrival on these
The building trade at Bloemfontein
continues very brisk.
Women's Winter Goats,
An announcement of special interest for Thursdayright at the
beginning of the season we offer about 200 full winter weight coats
and jackets at this little priceMaterials are kerseys and men's mix-
tures in black, brown, gray and castor. Styles are the new three-
quarter length and the very smart 27-inch belted NorfolksRegular
prices up to $12.50. Very special for Thursday, $9.75 and $8.50.
Women's Waists, $2.98
Shirt Waists of silk, nun's veiling
and albatrosstrimmed with shirring,
tucks and embroideryRegular value
$4. Very special $2.98.
Winter Jackets, $5.95
Very smart and stylish26-inch
length, half fitted and belted backs
full linednew sleevescolors and
black, blue and castorJackets that
would sell for $8 if bought in the usual
wayBasement price, tomorrow, $5.95.
Women's Union Suits, 45c
Women's medium weig ht fleece
lined Union Suits, in silver gray and
ecruEegular 75o quality for 45c.
Mercerized Petticoats $1.39
^Mercerized sateen of special quality
accordion pleated circular flounce
trimmed with shirred rufflesvery
deep under-ruffle^$1.75 value for,
Walking SkirtsMen's Suiting ma
terial, 19 gores, inverted plait back,
dark gray mixture, silk waist band,
kilted to knee, waist bands sizes
24 to 32. A E
FOE THURSDAY ONLY.
W have placed together some ex
cellent values in Corsets, white,
drab some pinks and blue well
e^WK9 tt arao some pimvo xuu uiuc, nou.
Special100 i na
med Hats, made of
silk velvet, beauti
fully trimmed, best
values ever offered,
Large assortment all
the leading styles in
JB Street Hats, choice
Ladies' 26-inch and gentlemen's 28-inch Silk
Serge, Paragon Frame Umbrellas natural wood
and fancy oxidized and pearl handles excellent
value at $1.00 and $1.25 each, S&fttf*
they go Thursday at, each OO
Ladies' JacketsKersey clothcolors, black,
brown and navy, also tan coverts, 32 inches long,
tourist fitted back with belt, satin lined, double
breasted very special and
Fur Scarfs 3.95, $5.00
Great Basement Salesroom.
^"i fiS C&
Second Floor. $
Ladies' Flannelette Night Gowns, assorted pink
and blue stripes, full size, solid
pink and blue collars, each....
Fur Boas $7.50, $10.00 and $15.00
Electric Seal Jackets $25.00 to $75.00
Astrakhan Jackets $25.00 to $75.00
Persian Jackets $95.00 to $195.00
GIY1L SERVICE BUREAU
HEADS OFF DUMMIES
NOTf York Sun Special Service.
Washington, Oct. 19.The civil ser
vice commission has stopped a lot of
crookedness by an order that every ap
plicant for a government position must
attach his or her photograph to the ex
amination papers. The photograph must
be accompanied by an official certifica
tion t^hat it is a good picture. The pic
ture and samples of the applicant's
handwriting will be sent to the chief of
the division to which he is assigned for
The new order followed the discovery
that many applicants for civil service
positions,'who were not sure that they
pessessec the required ability, were em
ploying dummies to take the examina
tions ior them under a guarantee th at
Ihty would "pasr: hi^h."
For Infants and Children.
[he Kin Yo Hav Always Bough)
Children's Coats, $3.69
Heavy winter weight Coats, of all j-'
wool kersey and fancy mixturessome *ILj
with storm collars and capesbox
pleated back and frontneatly trim
'med with velvet and buttons. Also a
lot made up in the popular Peter
Thompson'' stylesall sizes in all
stylesRegular values $9 down to $5 *i
for tomorrow, two lots, $6.50 and
Women's Underwear, 21c
Fleece lined Vests and Pants^me
dium weight cottonall sizesgray
ssnd ecru. Choice while they last for
21c. QJJ '.NI" -ij?
Fleeced Hose, I2c i
Women's fleece lined Cotton Stock
ings, in plain black onlyall sizesi
fast colorRegular 25c hose, tomorrow