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"After all," Maid Beau Brum mo 1 to his
Grand Nephew, "man Is but a vehicle lor
"But they ride easily who are well
dressed." replied his Grand Nephew.,
Wh the Russian
lew York* Thnr4.*r Oetober 18,1604,
I RuMian and Jap.
la, the *oMlvely oold eliroau of tiertlw
lern Russia all olass of 'people ar linon
i underclothes Inatedd of woolont, and such
a malady a cold la. unknown. The Rus
lan of those lalttudes does not understand
\fb meaning of rhaumatlam, bronchitis, i
Vo.twrh or consumption. Japan la,a couny
Is 100% Pure Linen
All Others Are Adulterated,
Insist on KNEIPP
FOR SALE BY
DAYTON DRY GOODS CO.
E. G. BARNABY & 00.
Sand for samples and instructive booklet^
.4* tte Sifcn 0 jfAtf Triangle*
TTER THAN EVER
are our Overcoats of this season
far and away the best we have ever
madethat's saying a good deal
Browning-King Overcoats slip on
easily, fit comfortably and hang
properly a wide range of prices
$15 $18$20 $25 $30 $35
415, 417, 419 NICOLLET.
To settle the Fuel question
for Kitchen Ranges, call up
Fellows, say Washed Coal
Egg Size, $5.75 or Nut Size, $5.50
It will effectually settle all questions.
It's best, because clean, free from
slack and other foreign substances.
IT'S ALL COAL!
Gas House Coke, $6.25.
Main Office, 409 Hennepin Avenue.
ROBE FOR THE PRESIDENT
BUFFALO SKIN BEARING PICTURE
WRITING ACCOUNT OF OUSTER
MASSACRE IS GIFT OF SIOUX.
Bismarck, N. D., Oct. 24.Represent-
ing Sioux Indian chieftains who were
in the Custer massacre and are now on
the Standing Rock Indian agency, and
indicative of their good will for Presi
dent Roosevelt and their interest in his
campaign, John Grass, chief justice of
the Sioux tribe at Standing Rock,
brought to Bismarck and forwarded to
the president an immense buffalo robe,
on the back of which appears in Indian
picture writing the narration of historic
deeds done in the Custer massacre.
It is the only time and first time
that the Indian chieftains have per
mitted their narrations of that melan
choly affair, done in picture writing, to
go outside the archives of their tribe.
The fact that they have made the pres
ident the first recipient of an Indian
ship for the
JP* pancakes, because the wheat, ^ffiSJ^
Ja corn, rye combination rests well on *$&
ftp the stomach and is readily digested. T*3
Is the muscle-making, brain-helping kind of food. Excellent for
gems, muffins, waffles or pancakes. Try this recipe for
Two cups of Shannon & Mott Company's Falcon Self-Rising Pancake
Flour, ono cup milk, one heaping tablepoonful butter, one tablespoonful
sugar, two eggs mix the ingredients thoroughly before adding the
the pancake flour. If richer muffins are wanted, add more eggs.
Use no salt, yeast, or baking-powder.
Falcon Pancake Flour at the
SHANNON MOTT COMPANY.
Millers of Falcon Pure Foods,
Dee Moines, la.
of their friend-
Mrs. Charles Smith of Jimes, Ohio,
writes: I have used every remedy
for sick headache I could hear of for
the past fifteen years, but Carter's
Little Liver Pills did me more good
than all the rest.
TO FLEE IN PIQUE
Russian Ambassador Angry Be
cause Niece Spends $20,000
New York Sun Special Service.
Washington, Oct. 24.Half the mem
bers of the diplomatic corps are in
despair and American society thruout
the national capital is torn with anxie
ty over the report that Countess Cas
sini, niece of the Russian ambassador,
one of the brightest, prettiest and alto
gether the most charming of Europeans
ever entertained in this country, short
ly is to leave it in a fit of pique.
The countess has been too extrava
gant for the rather heroic ideas of her
natural guardian and the ambassador
has called a halt. In fact, he called
it several weeks ago. when the coun
tess was in Bar Harbor, but a lot of
good it did him. Countess Marguerite
arched her bewitching brows, lowered
her soft-fringed lids, sighed, promised
to be more economical, and then, just
to show her independence, proceeded
to spend $20,000 more as fast as she
could. That is the precise sumwith
perhaps a little fractional currency for
tipsshe has expended since her de
parture from the fashionable Maine re
Count Cassini is a patriot. His coun
try is pushed for funds, and, like the
true nobleman he is, he regards it as
his duty to strip his estates, if neces
sary, in contributing to the govern
ment's needs. So he hastened to cur
tail his enormous expenses for the sake
of his country.
But the ambassador reckoned with
out his niece. It was all very well
for a lot of stupid generals to go floun
dering about in Manchuria and burn
ing money thru the cannon's mouth,
so long as their conduct didn't affect
anybody else. But gloves were necessi
ties, and so were frocks and ball
gowns and hats and other things femi
nine. Her idea of pocket money runs
dangerously close to six figures a year.
So the count pulled his pursestrincs
with a snap that limited the countess
to an allowance. Thereupon the Rus
sian beauty flitted from Bar Harbor
and began a round of visits to the
country nouses of friends among Ameri
can multimillionaires, and the next
Count Cassini heard was that she was
resolved to return to her beloved St.
Petersburg. SCHELL OUSTED
Politician of National Influence
Says He Will Back Him Be
fore the President,
Special to The Journal.
Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 24.After be
ing excluded from the investigation at
which Indian Commissioner Jones in
vited him to prove his charges of cor
ruption on the Winnebago reservation,
Father Schell today made public a let
ter from one of the most prominent re
publican politicians in Nebraska, statjg
mg he would accompany Father SchelF
to Washington in case the present in
vestigation, conducted by Inspector A.
O. Wright, proves another whitewash.
The matter will be taken to Presi
dent Roosevelt and Secretary Hitch
cock, and inasmuch as the politician
who has agreed to back Schell is of
national influence, there seems excel
lent prospects or having the frauds
probed to the bottom.
Father Schell is much incensed
against Inspector Wright because the
latter publicly announced that the ac
cused grafters had done banking busi
ness for Green Bambow entirely on
the square. Green Rainbow had testi
fied that notes had been paid three
times and that checks had been taken
from the mails and indorsed and taken
over by the banks without his ever
A dramatic incident in connection
with the inquiry occurred when Green
Bainbow leveled a finger at Wright
and suddenly declared:
"You've been bought."
"What do you mean?" demanded
"I mean they have tried to
and you are acting the same way.
"Don't mind him," interrupted Fa
ther Schell, "he is going only by ap
Inspector Wright says he excluded
Father Schell because he persisted in
taking part in the inquiry. Father
Schell says he was challenged by Jones
to prove his charges in this "inquiry
and that he can't do so if prevented
from presenting the evidence.
LOST CABIN MINE POUND
Gold Workings Sought for Fifty Years
Hew York Sun Special Service.
BenOj Nev., Oct. 24.F. C. Hess, an
old resident of California, has reached
Alturas, Modoc county, Cal., with sev
eral thousand dollars in gold and
samples of ore from what JMftdeclares is
the famous Lost Cabin araa%oich has
been searched for by pP&pegtors for
half a century. The ruin's of an old
cabin found on the m**e Menfciiy it
as the claim which was ^itrst located
nearly fifty years ago, when the^ Modoc
Indians killed every., proipeetor they,
G. S. LIVERMORE DEAD
Pioneer and the Second Wealthiest
Citizen of Martin County.
Special to The Journal.
Fairmont, Minn., Oct. 24.G. S. Liv
ermore, a pioneer and the second weal
thiest man in Martin county, died this
morning at the age of 85, leaving an
estate estimated at a half million.
A man named McLary was acciden
tally shot yesterday bv a member of
,,a hunting party and will lose his foot.
Monday ^Evening, & E^%W J^P^THE MINNNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. October 24, 1904
11 a, m.to2 p. m 30o
Table de hote Dinner
S p. m. to 7:30 p. m., 40o
All Linen Napkinsf-size heavy Irish
makewould be cheap & 1
at $1.80 per doz ljj
Fine Damask, silver bleached, all pure
flax fine, twilled sur- fl 1
face $1.35 grade, yard 1 1 V/
Damask Cloths68x90 in., very heavy
Irish make, all pure jfr Oft
linen, $3.25 value, each. *p & Zr KJ
Fine Huck TowelsGerman weave,
fine quality, 18x36 size, 23c quality,
assorted fancy borders, 1 *9
Egyptian Wool Fleece Shirts and
Drawers, excellent winter garments,
price 75c. Special, *9
Fine Wool Ribbed Shirts and Draw
ers, a little lot of $1 under- *y f*
wear. Special, each *}C
Camel's Hair and Natural Merino
Shirts and Drawres, flexible, soft,
warm underwear. 4! I f\f%
Heavy Ribbed Wool Shirts and
IRISH POINT CURTAINS.
$3.25 Irish Point Curtains, 3y4 yds long $2.39
$4.00 Irish Point Curtains, 3y2 yds long $2.89
$5.00 Irish Point Curtains, 3y2 yds long $3.39
$6.25 Irish Point Curtains, 3y2 yds long $4.19
$9.50 Irish Point Curtains, 3y2 yds long $6.98
$12.50 Ecru I. P. Curtains, 3y4 yds long $9.48
$18.50 Ecru I. P. Curtains, 3y2 yds long $13.50
RED APPLIQUE IRISH POINT.
$3.35 Color I. P., 3 yards long $2.49
$4.00 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $2.89
$5.00 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $3.69
$5.50 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $3.98
$6.50 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $4.49
$7.25 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $5.19
$9.00 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $7.49
$11.50 Color I. P., 3y2 yards long $8.68
DENTELLE ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS.
$4.50 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long $3.19
$5.00 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long $3.98
$5.50 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long $4.69
$6.25 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long $5.19
$6.50 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long $5.69
$9.00 Arabian Curtains, SVa yds long $7.25
$10.00 Arabian Curtains, 3y2 yds long.. $7.69
Neckwear and Veils
25c and 30e Silk stocks, silk turnover collars, wash
Neckwear I stocks, wash turnover collars, linen em
for broidered eyelet turnover collars in
brown, navy, sky, burnt orange,
^C I cardinal, white, black, values 25c ^yQ
25c and 85c
A yard, 1,500 yards of a heavy, double faced
peau de soie, wear guaranteed, woven in the
selvedge. Regularly sold at $1.00.
a yardMore of those beautiful colored Peau de
Chines. The shades we were sold out came to
day. Don't miss these. They are the best ever
offered at the price.
Reliable Linens GoodBedding
Draw,- color superior quality
satin finished. Per ^l^ CL
cardinal white black values 25
to 30c. Go Tuesday, each
The winds are here, cool, cold, biting
winds. To save you from buying cold
cream for chapped lips, provide yourself
with a veil. We have the correct styles.
One entire table of Tuxedo plain and
I fancy work Veilings, chenille dot. worked
+\0 1 3,1K dot, in black, white, navy, gobelin,
copper, burnt orange. Vert C*l#*
green, brown, and all new col- ^r
FuU line of all new pattern veils, automobile and drape veils.
Your special attention we desire to our new Voile de Lyons
face and drape Veil, 22 inches wide, deep hemstitched
bordertwo very desirable properties fl* 1
has: It is uncrushable and washable in A J[ e^^r
navy, brown, sky4 green, white, per yard..
Cor. Seventh St.
MABINE BAND IS NEEDY
Famous Government Organization I
on the Down Grade.
New York Sun Special Service.
Washington, Oct. 24.The annual re
port of Brigadier General Elliott, com
mandant of the marine corps, urges that
increased pay be given the marine band,
by special act of congress, to maintain
its efficiency. He points out that be
cause of the opposition of musical unions
the band is prevented from accepting
i many outside engagements and the men
Last Week of Panama Canal Voting Contest for Model now on Exhibition
in Our Art Galleries. Vote for Your Favorite School
The Weather Tomorrow: SlOt Leaden the Northwest
DAYTON'SFair. STORof E NEWS
Extraordinary Sil Reduction
Q/* A yard, 300 yards of black
taffeta worth 49c.
5c, 10c, 15c, 25cu to 50c
Maroon and Gold Satins, 24-inch, at $ 1.25 Florentine Silks for Kimonas, at 7.T.. 75c and 59c
We have fust received a fine collection of swellest novelties in French Plushes and Velvets for wraps and dress accessories.
Large Blanketsall pure wool thor
oughly shrunkwhite, also high
ored plaids $6.25 values
Good Pillowsall pure geese feather
down mixed$4.50 val
Heavy ComfortsFine quality satine
on two sides, 72x84 size, heavy
weight, $3.50 value,
German Robe BlanketLargest size,
72x90, double faced, elegant patterns,
value to $3.50, special A O
Ladies' white and grey wool plated fleece
lined ribbed vests and A *9
Swiss Ribbed Vests and Pants, plain,
natural and plush back merino, a dura
ble, much sought after gar- Qy
ment, $1.25retail, sp'l, each 7ft
Ladies' Shaped Vests and PantsScar
let wool, a sanitary,
healthful garment,each A o%.#^
Union SuitsBest Peeler cottons, plush
back,buttons to waist,cream f9
color, each JftC
Tuesday and WednesdaySpecials inLace Curtains
CABLE NET IN WHITE AND ECRU.
$2.50 Cable Net, 2x/2
60c, 75c and
$1.25 and $1.50
Ml white heavy German Porcelain coffee cup
and saucer -worth $1.25 dfczen, per pair 6
Bread and Cake Boxes. Sizes No. 1, 35e
No. 2, 43c No. 3, 49o No. 4, 59c
Japanned Flour Cans, 3 sizes, 25-lb, 45c*.
50-lb, 73c 100-lb, 95c
Japanned heavy Tin Dust Pans, worth 10c
Large one-burner size Russia Iron Oven
One-burner Ovens, asbestos lined, best make
In the market, only $1.75.
yds long $1.95
$3.25 Cable Net, 3y2 yds long..........$2.45
$3.50 Cable*Net, 3y2 yds long..........$2.89
$4.00 Cable Net, 3y2 yds long -.$2.98
$4.50 Cable Net, 3y2 yds long $3.39
$5.00 Cable Net, 3y2 yds long $3.89
REAL FINE DUCHESS LACE CURTAINS.
IN WHITE AND CREAM.
$16.50 Duchess, Sy2 yds long $12.98
$17.50 Duchess, 3y2 yds long S 13.98
$19.00 Duchess, 3y2 yds long $14.98
$21.50 Duchess, 3y2 yds long $15.49
$23.00 Duchess, 3y2 yds long $ L6.98
$31.50 Duchess, 3y2 yds long $24.98
$3.00 Brussels Ne Lace, S1/*
$4.50 Brussels Net Lace, 3% yds long..$3.68
$5.50 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long. .$4.39
$7.25 Brussels Net Lace, 3Va yds long. .$5.25
58.75 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long..$6.50
$9.00 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long. .$7,25
$11.50 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long. .$8.50
$16.00 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long $U,75
$18.00 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long $13.25
$25.00 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long $17.50
$46.75 Brussels Net Lace, 3y2 yds long $33.50
$52.50 Brussels Lace Net, 3Va yds long $42.98
yds long $2.35
a Flyer, One Day, Tuesday.
We will put on sale Point de Veniae inser
tions,appliques, galloons, in white, ecru,
and Arab, shades Paraguay and Hard
anger insertions. Point Gaze insertions
and appliques, handsome net top Venise,
Point Gaze and Point de Neige laceB in
black, white ecru and Arab Jk m*
shades values range from 50c UiljP
to $1.00. One price Tues. yd.
Another flyer for one day, TuesdayHar
danger, Paraguay, Point de Venise,
Point Gaze appliques in white, ivory,
ecru and Arab shades beauti- A*f
ful laces and well worth $1.25
and $1.50 per yard, go or.yard
Ttiiwiwmg Fancy Trimmings in all colors, from VA
1 rinHIUIkj9 to 3 in. wide they are in shorty
lengths, from 1% to yds. many pieces worth^^#
from 50c to 75c yd. Special for Tuesday, yard
Dayton's Bright Basement
refuse to re-enter the service at the ex
piration of thir terms of enlistment, as
it is only thru outside work that they
are able to earn as much as they can
in civil life.
STATE CAMPAIGN MEETINGS
Johnson-Winston Bally at Little Falls
a Great Success.
Little Falls, Minn., Oct. 24.The
opera-house was packed to the doors at
the Johnson-Winston-Van Dyke meet
ing. Farmers came in from many miles
to attend. The meeting was one of the
For one year 30c
Let us tell you about it.
a yard, 1,500 yards of plain colored Taffetas,
very wanted shade of brown, navy, gobelin,
tan, gray, blue, pink and green are here.
a yardThe most exquisite crepe de chine made
in Lyons. The most popular fabric for charming
afternoon, dinner and party gowns. Come and
see our collection of new shades.
Havinghad hundredsof inquiriesfor these beautiful pieces the
past two weeks we have arranged a grand lot for Tuesday at, each,
Fancy Wool Waistings, neat, pretty ef
fects, a fine collection,worth A
up to 85c. Special, yd 40C
Rainproof Suitings, in stylish pin check
effects, blue, tan and black effects,
warranted waterproof, 42 *9
inches wide. Special, yd... *)C
Camera Hair Plaids, the very latest
thing this season, handsome combina
tions, 48 inches wide, worth O
up to $1.25. Special, yd.... O
Velvets nd Vtlvet Ribbon are much in vogue
this season. We anticipated the demand, and
have the most complete line of Black and
Colored Velvet Ribbons in the Twin Cities.
A special cut-price sale Tuesdayone day only:
Nos. 1 and Silk face, linen back vel
vet ribbon, 35c value piece of 10 yds.
No. li, Silk face, linen back velvet
ribbon, 40c value piece of 10 yards./
No. 1J, Silk face, linen back velvet
ribbon, 55c value piece of 10 yards..
No. 2, Silk face, linen back velvet
ribbon, 75c value piece of 10 yards..
No. 2J, Silk face, linen back velvet
ribbon, 95c value piece of 10 yards..
No 3, Silk face, linen back velvet
ribbon, $1.15 value piece of 10 yards.
Nos. 4 and 4, Silk face, linen back, velvet rib
bon, $1.45 value piece of 10
No. 5, Silk face, linen back, velvet
ribbon, $1.80 value piece of 10 yds
Special values in All-Silk Velvet Satin Back
and full line of all new colorsall widths.
SCOTCH NET LACE CURTAINS.
60c Scotch Net Curtains, 3 yds long 39c
$1.00 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long.. 69c
$1.50 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $1.10
$1.75 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $1.*39
$2.00 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $1^49
J2.50 Scotch Net Curtains, 3ya yds long $1.78
$2.75 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $1.88
$3.50 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $2!49
$4.50 Scotch Net Curtains, 3y2 yds long $2*98
75c Ruffle Muslin, 2y2 yds long 49
$1.10 Ruffle Muslin, 2y2 yds long.........gOc
$1.35 Ruffle Muslin, 2y2 yds long........ -93c
$1.50 Ruffle Muslin, 2y2 yds long $1.10
(2.25 Ruffle Muslin, 3 yds long $1.65
$3.00 Ruffle Muslin, 3 yds long $2.39
RUFFLE BOBINET CURTAINS.
$1.50 Ruffle Net Curtains 9g
$3.00 Ruffle Net Curtains .$1.89
$4.00 Ruffle Net Curtains .$^69
$6.00 Ruffle Net Curtains $3*89
SAVOY NET CURTAINS.
$4.50 Savoy, Lace Insertion and edging $2.98
$5.00 Savoy, Lace Insertion and edging $3]8H
$6.00 Savoy, Lace Insertion and edging JS4*,29
$6.50 Savoy, Lace Insertion and edging $4*98
$7.25 Savoy, lac Insertion and edging $!98
Umbrellas and Handkerchiefs
WOT Ladies, for
Gentlemen, for T*2
best ever held at Little Falls. Mayor
Caledonia, Minn., Oct. 24 Congress
man Steenerson of. Crookston spoke in
this place at the first republican rally
held in Houston county this fall.
Elbow Lake, Minn., Oct. 24.--Senato
Clapp addressed a large audience here
where he is personally very popular.
Stillwater, Minn., Oct. 24.Robert C.
Dunn addressed an enthusiastic political
rally here. The armory was packed.
Members of the St. Paul and Minneapo
i Us Booseyelt clubs attended in unf orm.
famous Dayton Silk Serge," para
5 Umbrella, natural wexel, g\*}
School Chil( gon frame, 26-inch and 28-inch, $1.00 and
$1.25 Umbrella, boxwood, oxydized and pearl W
93C haiuMflB. For Tuesday, each....
200 dozen Ladies' pure Irish Linen, Un
laundered Handkerchiefs, mi
tialand floral wreath, 12Hc vaL I IfC
Special Tuesday, each
Just opened, a new case of 500 doz. ladies'
extra fine Irish Linen and %-inch
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, are ex
cellent values at 12^c. Your
choice Tuesday only, zrC
A broken lot of Men's Initial
extra size pure Irish Linen
Cor. Seventh St.
Two-burner Ovens at $2.48 and $1.69.
Japanned Chamber Pails, good size, only 25c.
Austrian China, very thin, salad or fruit Dish,
10 inches in diameter, choice of three pretty
decorations, cheap at 75c, only 39o.
Bread and Butter Plates, choice of six hand
some decorations, worth $3 doz., each 15c.
Folding child's Go-carts, with rattan back,
mounted on springs, never sold for less than
$4.00, sale price $2.69*
The United States pays nearly one million
dollars a day to foieign ships for carrrine Its
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
42c 58c 78c