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HEW CLOAK HOUSE
Sate ol Tailor-made Sails, New
Three-Quarter Coals and Millinery
Women who come here for their ready-to-wear garments
will rejoice in our showing. The reputation'we are mak-
ing in these lines'is founded upon correct knowledge of
what is most fitting for every purpose and every occasion,
and the fact that prices are always so wonderfully low.
MillineryIn marking these hats that we offer tomorrow we have
done so without regard to the former price, so that you can come
here expecting the best values ever offered in Minneapolis. Your
choice of all our trimmed hats,
IN I AB AT LAW
Man Sues Mother-in-law for Board
BillFour Other Suits
Vtvr York Sun Special Service,
Springfield, Maas., Nov. 9."William
F. Cook, a wealthy politician and busi
ness man, has entered suit against his
mother-in-law, Mrs. Lydia Lawrence,
for a board bill of $1,300. He alleges
that his mother-in-law stayed at his
home for 260 weeks and cliarges $5 a
week for her entertainment.
Mr. Cook has also sued his son for
fifty-four weeks' board at $5 a week.
Mr! Cook's brother, John Cook, has also
filed an action of replevin against Mrs.
Cook to recover household goods.
A separate maintenance case brought
by Mrs. Cook against her husband is
now pending. Mr. Cook's son, Robert
Cook, has an action of contract pending
against Mr. Cook, soon to be tried.
Several patrolmen, against whom Mr.
Cook brought charges of unbecoming
conduct because they arrested him in
his own house on a charge of disorderly
conduct, lodged by Mrs. Cook, have
been notified by the police commission
ers that they are exonerated.
$3.50, $5.00, $7.50, $10.0 0 and $12.5 0
Tailor Made SuitsChoice of about 300 fine silk velour, crushed
velvet and cloth suits at about one-third off the regular price,
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $15.0 0 and $25.00
SPECIAL SILK PETTICOATSThree hundred of fine taffeta
silk petticoats in black, white and colors, &^i A
worth $6.50 .HW"F
ORAVENETTE RAINCOATSTake your choice
of our entire stock, about 50 in all,
worth to $25.00
forbid the use of masks and goggles.
AN OBJECT LESSON
In a Restaurant.
A physician puts the query: Have
you never noticed in any large restau
rant at lunch or dinner time the large
number of hearty, vigorous old men at
the tables men whose ages run from
60 to 80 years many of them bald and
all perhaps gray, but none of them
feeble or senile?
Perhaps the spectacle is so common
as to have escaped your observation or
comment, but nevertheless it is an ob
ject lesson which means something.
If you will notice what these hearty
old fellows are eating, you will observe
that they are not munching bran crack
ers nor gingerly picking their way
through a menu card of new-fangled
health foods on the contrary, they
seem to prefer a juicy roast ox beef,'
a properly turned loin of mutton, and
even the deadly broiled lobster is not
The point of all this is that a vigor
ous old age depends upon good diges
tion and plenty of wholesome food and
not upon dieting and an endeavor to
live upon bran crackers.
There is a certain class of food
cranks who seem to believe that meat,
coffee and many other good things are
rank poisons, but these cadaverous,
sickly looking individuals are a walk
ing condemnation of their own theories.
The matter in a nutshell is that if
the stomach secretes the natural diges
tive juices in sufficient quantity, any
wholesome food will be promptly di
gested if the stomach does not do so,
and certain foods cause distress, one or
two of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets af
ter each meal will remove all difficulty,
because they supply just what every
weak stomach lackspepsin, hydro
chloric acid, diastase and nux.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do not
act upon the bowels, and, in fact, are
not strictly^a medicine, as they act
almost entirely upon the food eaten,
digesting it thoroughly and thus giv
ing the stomach a much needed rest
and an appetite for the next meal.
Of the people who travel, nine out
of ten use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
knowing them to be perfectly safe to
use at any time and also having found
out "by experience that they are a safe
guard against indigestion in any form,
and eating as they nave to. at all hours
and all kinds of food, the traveling
public for years have pinned their faith
to Stuart's Tablets.
All druggists sell them at 50 cents
for full-sized packages and any drug
gist, from Maine to California', if his
opinion were asked, will say that Stu
1 art's Dyspepsia Tablets is the most
popular and successful remedy for any
$10.00, $15.00 $25.00 and $35.00
THiree-Quarter Coats in Black and colors, some silk or satin
trimmed and some only body lined,
$15.00, $25.00, $35.00 and $45.00
Squirrel Lined three-quarter length and 27-inch coats in black or
brown, without or with Persian and marten storm^ collar. "We are
showing a large assortment.
$27.50, $32.50, $45.00 and $65.00
FursAs large an assortment of popular priced small furs as
shown in Minneapolis. Remember, everything is new, at
SUSPECTS IN JAIL
Indiana Boy Arrested on Suspi
cion of Participation in
Now York Sun Special Service.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 9.The police
have arrested two suspects in connec
tion with the murder of Alma Stenge
weg, the girl telephone operator, last
Wednesday night, and have run down
another witness in the case of Lula
Mueller, whose dead body was found
near the scene of the murder of Miss
Stengeweg some days before.
Arrested on suspicion in the Stenge
wog case is Charles Fox, 18 years old,
of Sugar Branch, Ind., who gave the
name of a man, who, he says, he has
reason to believe committed the mur
der. Fox refused to account for his
own movements on the fatal night. Fox
had been loafing around the scene of
Early yesterday, John L. McGraw of
Chicago was arrested in the city work
house, to which he had been committed
on the charge of disorderly conduct.
After the murder it was noticed that
the description of the prisoner tallied
with that of the man seen about the
scene of the crimes. McGraw was taken
from the workhouse and locked up.
Suspicious spots, looking like blood,
on his clothing will be examined.
While investigating the Stengeweg
tragedy, detectives found an import
ant witness in the Lulu Mueller case
one who will be relied upon to smash
the alibi of Wilson and Salmon, two
suspects. Henry Mueller, a brother of
the slain Lulu Mueller, learned that
George Engel, a cooper, claimed to have
seen Salmon, Wilson and Miss Mueller
at 9:15 o'clock on the night of the
girl's death. This was not more than
fifteen minutes before the clearly estab
lished time of her death.
GUESTS AT FEAST
Only Superintendent of Federal
Feline Police Celebrates
New York Sun Special Service.
New York, Nov. 9.Celebrating his
eighty-first birthday and the fifty
fourth anniversary of his entry into
Uncle Sam's service yesterday, George
W. Cook, the only superintendent of
federal cats in this country, drew to
gether a unique company. The feast
was held in the postoffie'e building, and
it was participated in by the city's
quaintest police force. Only bona fide
government boarders were allowed to
attend, and there was only one man
resent, altho there were sixty guests,
celebrant "and^party were:
George W. Cook, 81 years old.
Two sergeant cats. _-
One bow-legged brindle roundsman
Fifty-seven ablebodied patrolmen
In the basement of the building,
promptly at 2:30 o'clock p.m., the cele
bration began. The menu was simple
and not cooked at all. There were two
courses. First came calf's liver, and
then lamb kidneys. Heaped high in
four great piles on as many sheets of
clean white paper, the food "was served.
In orderly array around the board sa+
the furry guests. Each helped himself
or herself with nature's implements.
The dead body of a woman who had
committed suicide /having been found
in one of the reservoirs from which
London is supplied with water, the con
tents, amounting to 50,000,000 gallons,
had to be allowed to run to waste.
At a meeting of the phrenologists in
London,.Dr. Hollander said that people
suffering from slight inflammation of
the brain were sometimes far better,
brighter and more clever with diseased
brains than under normal eruditions.
Standard Steel Cax Company
dustry, calling for an enormous tonnage
of steel, is promised to the Pittsburg
district as a result of the- successful ef
forts of the Standard Steel Car company
in building all-metal passenger train
At the big works of the company at
Butler, there is today nearly completed
an all-steel postal car built on strictly
master carbuilders' standards in all re
spects, designed to suit modern railroad
conditions and furthermore to give to
the life of the postal clerks and the
mails in the cars greater protection than
has ever been enjoyed before. It is an
axiom in railroad operation that the pos
tal cars are the surest marks for serious
damage in case of a wreck, and the kill
ing or maiming of clerks with the de
struction by fire and otherwise, of the
mails, is reported with great frequency.
It is to overcome these conditions that
the new cars have been designed, and
the railroad postal representatives who
have been acquainted with the work at
Butler are greatly impressed with the
The plans of the Standard company
do not stop with the building of postal
cars alone. Baggage and. express cars,
which are liable to the same rough usage
between engines and lieavy Pullman
equipment, are as easily constructed, and
it is considered but a matter of detail
and a little time until day coaches are
built all-steel quite .as regularly as
freight cars are at present.
Safe from Fires and Wrecks.
From the steel freight car, essentially
a Pittsburg product, to the high-speed
"steel equipment for passenger trains is
an evolution in which the same men
who are pioneers in steel freightcar
building have led. As the steel freight
car has proved itself practically inde
structible by fire and wrecks, so the
steel passenger train equipment is ex
pected to turn out.
The steel passenger equipment has
the advantage of the freightcar, hav
ing preceded it and taught the rail
road shops the methods adapted to the
handling of steel equipment in case of
minor damage. The need of cars of
this kind has been apparent to
railroad managements and the gen
eral public for a long time. The con
struction of the cars now building at
Butler is such that there is really little
experiment in them. Cars are now be
ing built' there for several of the lead
ing eastern trunk lines, the Erie and
the New York, New Haven & Hartford
leading in the demand for them. The
first car to be sent out into actual ser
vice will go to the Erie in less than
two weeks, complete in every particu
lar. It is sixty-three feet long, and in
outside appearance bears a very close
resemblance to the regular mail cars,
but it is of all-metal construction and
will stand far more shock and strain
than any wooden body could.
Cost Not a Serious Factor.
The cost of these cars will be, it
is stated, not so much in excess of that
of the old style wooden cars, as to make
the difference a matter of serious con
cern to the railroads. The saving in the
cost of maintenance alone, without reck
oning the greater safety of human life
and of the.-important mail, express and
baggage in transport, far outweighs the
difference in price.
It is a rather remarkable fact that
America has been so slow in building
steel cars for passenger trains. There
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Faultless Gordon Gloves
Gloves whose style, durability and in
trinsic merit have won for "them a
high position in our stock.
In Pique or Outseam,
In Regular or "Cadet" Sizes,
In Brown, Havana,
Reindeer and Grey,
In Suede, Kid and
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
t^rftigii countries, but
they are far smaller." IWh&'t. efforts have
been mai^'KeifeibofpTR HnY'ihis country
are said to have been with inferior de
signs .which would, not. withstand the
trials of actual service. The experience
UNCLE SAM-*A Remedy That Has
Such Endorsements Should
Be In Every Home.
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of the Standard company with freight
equipment has taught the management
of that concern what is needed.
The matter of greater protection to'
postal clerks has been seriously consid
ered by government officials at times
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Sanitary washingUsing only filtered water.
Reliable finishingEmploying wheat starch exclusively.
Lowest pricesCollars lc, Cuffs lc, Shirts 10c.
Vests 15c, Waists 15c up, Hosiery, per pair 4c:. -u
Undershirts 6c, Underdrawers 6cy Union Suits 12c.
and the new car is expected to receive
high favor from them.
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Silk Hats. Gotham's newest conceptions and
most proper dimensions. Hats of perfect
quality and equal to the ordinary hatter's $8.00
offering kept ironed free
Sagamore Hats. Modish headwear, at the top
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Palace Warranted Hats. Offer the strongest $3 value in the hat world. The. result
intelligent endeaver to combine the good style and wear features of high-
priced hats in a thoroughly satisfactory hat of medium price. Thousands
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John B. Stetson Hats. A justly famed maker's
most shapely blocks in soft and stiff hats. New
metropolitan style-ideas. The name guaran
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High Taper-Crown Stiff Hats. Hat critics pro-
nounce this style (the open D'Orsay, medium
flat set brim) the most graceful and universally
becoming shape of the year. Widest range
of autumn color shades.
A man in England was drinking a
glass of beer this summer, when a wasp
fell into it. The man swallowed the
wasp by mistake and it stung
throat. He died as a result of
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