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World, UNION MADE
Twocups of Shannon & Mott Company's Falcon Self-Rising Pancake
Flour, one cup milk, one heaping tablespoonful butter, one table
spoonful sugar, two eggs mix the ingredients thoroughly before
Wednesday -Evening, TjS^J??
of Falcon Self-Rising Pan- -J*?^:
cake Flour are very easily pre
'pared and their quality never varies.
is tested in our own laboratory and is warranted to contain
the most valuable portions of wheat, corn and rye. All
that is best for the stomach. The proportion of each grain
adapts Falcon to all seasons and it suits all stomachs.
Best for pancakes, but try this
Flour one cup milk one heaping tablespoonful butter one table
ts mix the ingredients thoroughly before
adding the pancake flour. If richer muffins are wanted, add J&
more eggs. Use no salt, yeast, or taking powder.
The Best Grocers Sell Falcon
SHANNON S MO TT COMPANY.
Millers of Falcon Pure Foods,
Des Moines, la.
If I could show you the
difference between the
shoes made In my factory
and those of other makes,
and the high grade leathers
used,, you would understand
Douglas $3.50 sh
5 hold their shape, fit better, wear longer,
Of greater Intrinsic value than any other
$3.50 shoe on the market to-day. W. L. Douglas
guarantees their value by stamping his name and
price on the bottom. Look for it take no sub
stitute. Sold by shoe dealers everywhere.
I you would unqersian a wittnottum brassy
why W.,L.. Dougla $3.5 0 shoes cost more to make,
and are 6 greater
W.I.Douglas $2 & $1.75 Shoes tor Boys.
W.L.DOUKIMUSOS Corona Colt
kin in Ms 88.60 shoes. Corona
Colt is conceded ereryirhere to be
the finest Patent Leather made.
TUJWC MUX RMMmOfc
W.L.DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.50
SHOES than ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER in theWORLD
The reason W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are
the greatest sellers in the world, Is* because
of their excellent style, easy fitting and superior
wearing qualities. They are just as good as those
that cost $5.00 to $7.00, the only difference is the
price. If 1 could take you into my factory at Brock
ton, Mass., the largest in the world under one roof
making men's fine shoes, and show you the infinite
care with which every pair of W. L. Douglas shoes
Is made, you would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50
shoes are the best shoes produced anywhere, and
why the sales for the year ending July I* 1904,were
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prloom for MB mhomm
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longor, JmBL by mil
Write for new Illustrated Cat
alog. Shoes by 25 cents
W.X.mail. DQtJGLAS, 8
W. Douglas $3.50 Shoe Store in Minneapolis: 405 Nicollet Ave.
It Is a good rule to name the price in your Journal want ad. Many times
2 that Is the deciding point. You save trouble on both sides by being explicit
in your ad. Tell the whole story Answer all the leading questions an inquirer $
would aa'c If he came to see you. Your answers will come tQuyou
sifted. You will be put in touch with the right persons.
John W. Gates Deals Largely in
New York Sun Speoial Service.
New York, Nov. 9.Mad speculation
in stocks began the moment leaders
felt sure that Eoosevelt was elected.
.In preparation for a period of tre
mendous excitement in the local stock
market, many, brokers had their offices
open all night up town. Al of these
places were crowded with men giving
The amazing spectacle was presented
at 3 o'clock this morning of these up
town brokerage offices in full swing as
at midday, pouring purchasing orders
to London, to get ahead of the thous
ands who expected to rush for stocks
John W Gates was the most spectacr
ular figure in the night market.
had not''made a single bet on the elec
tion, but instead had bought 100,000
shares of Steel common, at 20, purely as
a wager. A midnight this deal al
ready showed profits of $735,000, and he
expected his net gain to be at least
$1,000,000 or $1,250,000. was in
his office at the Waldorf-Astoria sur
rounded with a group of big customers
all buying heavily.
By the Associated Press.
New York, No v. 9.Opening prices in
the stock market leaped upwards with
great buoyancy and blocks of 1,000 to
20,000 shares of individual stocks were
bought simultaneously on running sales.
The latter figure represented the takings
of each of the United States Steel
stocks, which advanced an extreme 1%.
The industrials led the advance, showing
gains of 1 to 2 amongst most of
the leaders. The railroad stocks rose to
1 to 1*4, the extremeJ, for
.'advanc,eV i V:
The scene on the Stock "exchange oh
the opening of the market was highly
exciting. Th attendance of brokers
was unusuallly large. The' crowd was
greatest along the United States Steel
quotation posts, where the most activity
prevailed during the early business.
Western houses particularly, and out
of-town houses generally, contributed to
the heavy volume of the early trading.
Practically every wire house of im
portance had lots of buying orders and
there was almost a flood of 'orders to
sell and while these showed the effects
of heavy realizing by feverishness, the
undertone continued strong. A an illus
tration of the morning's operations, a
prominent commission house was
ported to have orders to purchase 60,-
000 shares of stock and to sell 55,000'
shares. I was the opinion of many
brokers that the market had discounted
business conditions and that a slight re
action was now due. I banking cir
cles the result of the election seems to
be accepted as a matter of course. Tfie
visitors' gallery of the Stock exchange
was densely crowded during the first
hour of the market. Many women were
Towards the end of the first hour
Eeading and Southern Pacific became
the feature in poin,t of activity and
strength. Th remainder of the list
held firm. Sales for the first hour were
reported slightly more than 725,000
"Josephine"What is left of
this line did sell at 7
$1, to go at
Dress Pins Hard enamel,
crescent pins, this
sale, per pair
St. Louis Exposition Souvenir
Spoon, gilt or silver, coffee
size, always 25c, your R*v
Ladies' HosieryThe Lord &
Taylor (whose name is a guar
antee of quality and style)
samples 50c and75c QO
values, Thurs. pair. ,*Jwl*
Linens, White Goods
L. L. SheetingNot damaged
by water, but fresh from the
looms regular price has been
7c a yard quantity A
White GoodsSheer and heavy
dimities, handsome lace ef
fects. Regular price H| A*%
15c yd.Thursday only vli
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
shares, which, is probably in excess of
all previous records,
The heavy trading in Beading and
Southern Pacing w&s attributed to pool
London was variously reported to
have purchased. from sixty thousand to
eighty thousand shares on balance in
In the second hour of the market
about five hundred thousand shares
changed hands, making a total for the
morning session' of fully one million
two hundred, thousand shares. Bond
sales for the., session .were about five
million two hundred thousand dollars.
Committee at New Ulm Finds His
Alibi in Gebhard Case Has
Special to Xha .Journal.1'
New Ulm, Minn.,"3STov. 9.Dr. George
R. Koch has .been fully exonerated
from any and all tfdpttriection with the
murder of his fellow-dentist, Dr. A
Humiliated :aaas*tung almost beyond
endurance by .the undeserved promi
nence given him. in this bloody affair,
based solely upon the finding of a ker
chief bearing initials similar to his
own, which was1
Bailey'B Face Powder, whit* and pink,
PerfumesSweet Clover, Whits Rose, Carnation and
Crabapple, regular 25c oz., IQi%
(bring bottle) Thursday IWW
Triple Violet Toilet Water,
Guaranteed Kid Gloves
At the price no such gloves
ever came to this market and
no such guarantee was ever
made at the price: "Wear
them 30 daysSatisfaction is
yours or, your money, or a
new pair of gloves"shows
that we have faith in them.
Four of these brandswe sell
them at $1.50 4
15c A of
Shoes on Sale
Splendid Opportunity to Clothe Your Feet at Very Small Prices
Women's extra fine shoes^These are short lots and many
styles with every sizeformer price $3.50, fl^O O
$4.00 and $5.00--your choice
Women's famoUs Victor
Shoes, worth O A A
$2.50 & $3,at
Women's best quality
Storm Rubbers ^Ofl*
School Shoes for Boys
hard on rocks kind Af*
Greatest sacrifice of men's shoes
are offeringclosing them out.
found in Dr. Gebhard's
apartments soon after the murder, Dr.
Koch was not satisfied with examina
tion so far made, and asked for a free
and full investigation at the hands of
members of the county board.
A. Eckstein, chairman of the board,
and. Andrew Hbssmann, member from
the second district, accepted the dis
agreeable commission, and selected a
committee of citizens to act with them.
This committee, composed of the two
members of the board above mentined,
and Mayor Charles Silverson, Dr.
Weiser, Feydinand Crone and A W
Bingham, representative citizens, called
upon Dr. Koch last night and took his
statement of his movements for several
hours prior to and after the murder of
Dr. Gebhard. Then in turn all who
saw or talked with Dr. Koch on the
night in question were interviewed, his
statement being corroborated, in every
particular and his Jdibi made clear as
The committee made a formal report
to Dr. Koch and the authorities this
afternoon, completely exonerating $iim
from having any connection whatsoever
with the murder of. Dr. Gebhard. N
attorneys or officers were present at
the invesitgatioh and its impartiality
was beyond question and sets at rest
the last'lingering, doubt which may have
existed in the mind of anyone as to the
of Dr. Koch.
N fresh clues of importance have de
veloped. The one involving the alleged
"cocai ne fiendM
is generally regarded
as the most promising, and a search ^s
being made for him. A telephone mes
sage from Owatgnna says that the sus
pect who appeared there yesterday beg
ging cocaine has disappeared.
Bound Trip Homeseekers' Bates Via
the North-western Line.
Tickets will be on sale at very jlow
rates Nov. 22d to many points in Arkan
sas, Indian Territory, Kansas, Louisiana,
New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. For
tickets and other information call at
600 Nicollet Ave, "Minneapolis, Minn.
(New ideas added as fast as fashion brings
60 SuitsShort, tight fitting also three-quar
ter length Auto Style Coats, lined throughout,
black, brown and green bought to sell at
$15.00. Thursday only, ti&'fl O
choice..... M* "fc*P
Fine Pebbled Cheviot SuitsNavy and brown,
Norfolk style jacket, silk lined, pleated skirt,
very prettily trimmed regu- fl^lR A A
larly $21.50, at each .N* W
45-inch Tourist CoatsPretty -j 4
brown mixtures, cheap at..
An endless variety, new nov
elties added daily, values are
better than the 10O
Women's Shoesmixed lots
worth to $3.00 A Aftoft
your choice.. M* "^*5
Women's house or street shoes^
good value at $1.50 AQA
Misses' school shoes to 2
lo calf and kid Aft rf*
don't fail to see,what?,we.
Handsome three quarter
cloths and mixtures
great values at
tra special values at..........
MOST OP THEM WORTH DOUBLE.
EIGHTEEN KILLED IN
London, No v. 9.There was a serious
earthquake on the island of -Formosa
at 4:30 o'clock Sunday morning, Npv.
.6, according to the Times Tokio corre
spondent. Th center of disturbance
was at Kiayih, where 150 houses were
destroyed and 18 people killed and 23
There are many forms of nervous
debility in men tnat yield to the use
of Carter's Iron Pills." Those who are
troubled with nervous weakness, night
sweats, etc., should try them.
A Rousing Sal in All Department Thursday
Reliable Furs Underpriced
and Isabella blend, two
60 inches $5
natural fox tails,
log.............. Double ScarfsNatural River Mink, 72 inches
long, trimmed with six wolf O Oft
tails and cords,. M*"*F
Double ScarfsSable and Isabella Australian
Opossum, 72 inches long, two ttjfi 5 0
Silks, Velvets, Dress Goods
The one great Dress Goods, Silk and Velvet sale of the
year, growing bigger as it grows older. Latest fabrics,
colors, weaves. Values 75e, 85c, $1, $1.50, $2, in two lots
Flannels and Blankets
Novelty French FlannelsThe
real imported article (Gros
Roman et Cie.) in a choice
collection of latest printings
and color effects regular price
75c a yard, Thurs- QQA
day only w
BlanketsAn extra soft fleecy
quality in gray only, 5 Kg%
pretty borders, spec..
jet Paper, largOTolls, cheapMgk Toilet Papt
at 8c, Thursday..
Stove Pipe, 15c
Mrs. Potts' Irons, including 3 irons,
'J^stand and holder, nickel plated, sells
at Thursday, TBC
$2.00 Dressing Sacques and
Kimonos for 98c. Fine flan
nel, wool eiderdown, terry and
crepe cloths plain and fancy
colors, all sizes, ':^'i Aft***
$2.00 values for^?-v
BY A LARGE MAJORITY
of the most critical shoppers as the best store in the state for
Coats, Suits and Furs
4karid announce some extra special values for tomorrow, a large shipment of
Toats and Suits having just arrived.
Smart Street Suits
100 pretty tailor made suits (the newest things including the shorter coats and
blousesnothing but late effects), ex- jfe/"-*---* r\r\
SUITS, COATS, FURS
25 Kersey CoatsSizes to 38 collarless,
strapped and stitched, silk lined and belted
back regularly $7.98. QL/k Oft
Beautiful Kersey CoatsBlack, brown, navy
collars and cuffs trimmed with velvet inserts,
seams broad strapped and
$18.50 only a few
SpecialAn all silk Waist, two styles, in all
sizes and colors regularly $5.98,00 A O
Thursday your choice.. VliivU
Capes- inch sweep, Skinner satin
lined, $25.00 and
JacketsNear Seal and Marten collar, reveres
and cuffs, Skinner satin
lined Jackets Fine Nearseal,
best Skinner satin lined....
Astrakhan, 30 inches
length coats (all sizes) in new designs plain
$15,00 $13.50 $11.50
R^^iii+if ill F?iif*c
DCclUtlrtll rUIa select from, we have chosen the popular Fox S
Boa for tomorrow's special. Seventy-five of these fluffy Boas of excellent^!
quality will be sold to- -Jl^gQ $ft
TRUCE I S DECLARED
Steamship Bate War Stops, Pending
/New York, Nov. 9.Advices received
in local steamship circles indicate that
an armistice has been declared, if not
an actual settlement reached, in the
steamship rate war.
The terms of the agreement have not
been received, and it is believed the
agreement is merely a tentative one,
which is to be observed by all interests
pending a more elaborate agreement
now under consideration.
It is intimated that the oral agree
men will partake very largely of a pool,
both in regard to Mediterranean and
O. D. Wheeler of the Northern Pacific railroad
has just returned from an extensive trip to thein.
coast, where he has been gathering new mate
rial for the 1905 "Wonderland" and other book
lets issued by that company.
long by 110
Gents' 28-in. twilled silk steel
frame fancy mounted or nat
ural wood handle. Always.
$5.00 special JJQ 3 5
Wrist Bags, beautifal soft fin
ish, smooth and rough leather,
nickel mounted,also coin purse
morocco, seal and walrus,
oxidized and gilt rmnmted,
chamois lined, in 9E%\f*
one lot choice mm%M
popular prices. With hundreds of styles to
BOY'S LEG CRUSHED.
Louis Yungbauber, 10 years old, 11
Iglehart street, St. Paul, was run over
by a Selby avenue street car yesterday*
The wheels passed, over his left leg be
tween the ankle and knee, mangling It so
that amputation may be necessary.. It.J3
thought he may recover.
$27.20 Bound Trip to New Orleans.
Round trip tickets on sale via the
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. on No
vember 15th to points in Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia and the
Southeast at considerably less than the
one-way fare. Limit twenty-one days
for return. Call on G. Rickel, City.
Ticket Agent, 424 Nicollet Ave.
Smart Weed and Belladonna, com
bined with the other ingredients used
the best porous plasters, make Car
ter's S. W & Backache Plasters the
best in the market. Price 25 cents.
50 Car4s.and plate,in script,
special. 50 Cards and plate in solid E
old English.. V
Wilton and Axminster
Wilton Velvets9x12 feet,
regular $27.50^4 "7 A
and Floral designs
8-3x10-6, $25 L-fO A
stitched value 9x12 ft., $30 &90 A
|k4E (If) values ^^dfc.O
Royal WiltonsHighest grade
8-3x10-6 ft., feO f|A
$34.00 value M*^*l-
A genuine surprise it is, too. Not often can you buy the
like of these for less than $4.00 more often you would
expect to pay $5.00. .'vXw*VE
Black and Colored Velvet HatsOstrich tip trimmed also
ribbons and flowers'. In the lot are large .velvet hats and
turbans. Five tables heaping full. *-,.v -A-'i^3-
Sheet Music Sale
For SaleA Baby.
The Little Boy From
Meet Me In St. Louis
Come Home Soldier
Boy In Blue (new).
(Mail Orders Filled.)
'I' Boys' Clothing.
SweatersBoys' light weight
jersey sweaters worth $1.00
to close Thurs- ORA
Boys' SuitsLarge line just
received worth ft Aft
fo$4.50, Thurs.. V^"
"Merode" Vests and Pants in
wool, natural or white, regu
lar $1.00 quality, *s77| A
Thursday Same as above,white fti**
cotton, special at....^
Ladies' Union Suits Oneita
style, or button part way
down, regular 75c and 98c
suits, for this flffeo
Millinery Surprise Thursday 4/
$5.00 Trimmed Hats $2.98 $1. 98