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Mere delicious than Japan
More healthful than Japan
Cheaper to use than Japan
In everyway the
the $12 Paris
style it dupli-
cates, and yet
the Regal profit-
wearer system brings it
to you at the price that
never varies d" rri
526 Nicollet Av.
Qeyton and India Natural Green Tea is absolutely free
from coloring and has a most delicious flavor and
Is as far ahead of Japan tea as "8ALADA" Black is
ahead of all other black teas. Sold only In lead
packets. 60c and 70c per lb. By all grocers. Trial
packets 10 cents.
A pretty foot is not pretty unless prettily
clad. A homely foot is not homely if
Either way it's style
FERGUS FALLS. MINN.Henry Bnid, alias
Henry AsUalsrud, who Is aecnfsed of fovglng the
name of G. Walders to a chock for $130 and
cashing the check nt the Henning bauk. pleaded
guilty In the district court here today and was
sentenced to two years.
Matt Frlsch, who is accused of unfastening
the reins of J. H. Alexander's team and thereby
causing a serious runaway, was Indicted on the
clini'Ke of maliciously injuring property.
Oavld L. Dudley, a merchant of Thief Hlver
Falls, filed a petition in bankruptcy in the United
State's court In this city today, placing his as
sets at $1.: 27.02, of which $(585 Is exempt, and
his liabilities at $078.37. His list of creditors
Includes the National Biscuit company. Wlnecke
& Doerr, Manley & Hume, the Paris-Murton fac
tory, and "Winston, Harper, Fisher & Co., of Min
neapolis, and VV. S. Conrad, Kuhls & Stock, AVes
sels Brothers Candy company aud Zeigler, Egan
& Co., of St. Paul.
A district missionary conference of the Swedish
Lutheran churches of the Alexandria district has
been In progress today and yesterday. Among
the spenkers are: Ilev. C. A. Bkstrom of Alex
andria, James Moody of Eagle Lake, Rev. Mr.
Ttyden of Holmes City, Rev. S. W. Swenson of
EvansvlUe, Rev. J. V. Leaf of Parkers Prairie,
Ilev. Mr. Oshlund of Clarissa and Rev. Mr. Wil
liams of Evnnsvillo.
8ATTK CENTER, MINNThe Sauk Center Tel
ephone Exchange has been sold to J. W. Ward.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Delicious, Wholesome. Nourishing.
Brewed by the famous Qund process from choicest im
ported Hops, selected Barley Malt, and absolutely pure
water. Aged and bottled under the
most rigid conditions of perfect clean
liness which sanitary science can
Must Guilty and
beauty in the SHOE that counts.
W are always confident of pleasing
all women with Regal Shoes because
Women's Regals are first and foremost
shoes of graceful fashion.
By this we mean that Regals not only
duplicate the graceful lines of exquisite
Paris and London models, but possess
also that indefinable something called
distinction and individuality
the result of the careful, skilled hand
work that finishes every pair.
You can see it in the shoe pictured
Made of finest imported Patent
Leather, high sloping toe, neat
extension sole, smart Blucher cut.
The most fashionable shoe de
signed for street wear this Fall.
The graceful bend
above the heel insures
snugness at the ankle.
With our quarter sizes
we can give you a genu
ine made-to-order fit.
Send for Style BooK
Mail Orders PromptlyFilled
Twenty-nine of the eighty Regal Stores exclusively for women,
nine of them in the fashionable dlstriots of Greater Nsw "Xorfc.
St. Paul Store, 382 Robert Street.
526 Nicollet Av.
means all that the name impliespeerless
without a peer.
When ordering beer for your home he sure to insist
upon UUND'X Ptrleaa~No other beef ia quite so good.
OHAS. C. BEUCK,
IiOoal Manager, 410 twelfth avenue S, Minne
apolis, 733, Both Phones.
The Sauk Valley creamery, which was burned
less than a month ago, is being rebuilt and will
be gjeatly Improved.
PAROLES FOR EIGHT
State Board of Control Acts on Re
ST. CLOUD. MINN.Eight prisoners were
paroled from the state reformatory this week as
a result of a recent visit by the state board of
A large barn on the premises of Mrs. Annette
L. Powell was destroyed by Are yesterday and
a fine team Of driving horses perished.
Fire at an early hour yesterday destroyed a
big two-story frame building at Becker and for
a time threatened the destruction of a part of
FBAZEE MOURNS DEAD GIRL
Death of Miss Jacobs Follows Opera
tion in a Hospital.
FRAZEE, MINN.The death of Miss Emma
Jacobs, a highly respected young woman, at
the Perham hospital has thrown this town Into
mouvning. Miss Jacobs was a clerk in a de
partment store and a member of the Cath
olic church nnd of the Loyal American lodge,
of which she was secretary. She attended a
dance last week and the next morning was
taken slok. and Monday was removed to the
1'erUam hospital and operated upon by Br.
Brubee. She died the following morning, Her
funeral will be held tomorrow.
STOLE A HORSE
Sjosten Has Been in an Asylum
May Not Be Responsible.
MARINE, MINN.Charles Sjosten, a young
man of Scandla, five miles from here, is wanted
for horse stealing. He stole a horse and buggy
from Charles Olson's barn at Scandia Tuesday
morning and drove to Marine, arriving here it
3 o'clock a.m. At S o'clock he took the stage
to Stillwater and thence went to Minneapolis.
The stolen horse was found in M. J. Gabel's
barn in this village. Young Sjosten has been
In the insane asylum ami it is thought his
actions are due to mental derangement.
LONG SLEEP ENDS IN DEATH
Farm Laborer's Spree Has Fatal Ter
mination at Stephen.
STEPHEN. MINN.Peter Johnson, a farm
laborer who came here. Saturday and became in-t
toxicated, was put to bed at 11 o'clock p.n.^
of that day, fell asleep and slept until 4 a.m.
tliis morning, when he died. All efforts to arouse
hlni in the meantime failed,
investigate the matter.
The coroner wRl
DEATH OF J. J. MCGREGOR
Apoplectic Stroke Fatal to Member of
the Last Legislature*
Special io The journal,
St. Cloud. Minn., Nov. 17.J. J. McGregor,
a member from this district in the last legis
lature, died today of apoplexy. His home was
at Minden, Benton county, and he was stricken
last Sunday near his farm' while on his way
home from this city.
IS UNDER FIRE
SUIT FOB ANNULMENT TO
TRIED AT SUPERIOR.
Extension of Trolley Company's Fran
chise Fought by .the City and State
Company Has Not Filed Articles and
the Ordinance May Be Set Aside.
Special to The Journal.
Superior, Wis., Nov. IT.The case of the state
ex rel Attorney General Stiirdev&nt ag&lust the
Duluth Street Railway company, for the annul
ment ef the franchise of that company in this
city, is scheduled for trial at the present term
of the circuit court. The Btate is a party upon
petition of property owners ot the city.
This annulment suit grows out of the passage
of an ordinance toy the council in 1001 granting
to the company a twelve-year extension of its
franchise. The original franchise was for thirty
years and had run twelve years, so under the
new ordinance the franchise was for as long a
life as when it was originally granted to the
old Douglas County Street Railway company,
which the Lowry company succeeded.
Ever since there has been talk of trying to
have the extension declared illegal, and is
now contended that if the ordinance can be set
aside the company will lose all rights that it
City Attorney Lyons and Attorney General
Sturdevant will fight the case for the city. They
contend that the council had no right to grant
an extension when there was no return, as in
this case. The company went ahead with some
improvements, but it is held by the city that
these improvements were called for under the old
franchise. Another point Is that the company is
a foreign corporation, and had failed to file its
articles with the secretary of state, as required
by law. Supreme court decisions favor the city
on this point, as they hold that failure to comply
with this law voids all contracts.
Attorney M. D. Munn and Ross, Dwyer & Hlle
of this city will represent the Lowry interests.
KIDNAPPERS IN COURT
Mrs. Cardinal Made to Surrender Her
Child to Lawful Guardian.
CHIPPEWA FALLS. WIS.Mrs. Lydia Car
dinal, assisted by her brother, George Plummer,
kidnapped her 8-year-old son. who was playing
in a schoolyard at Anson. The teacher and
pupils protested in vain.
Pursued by angry farmers the abductors drove
across the country to Cadott and took a train for
St. Paul. They were arrested when they reached
this city and in court were compelled to give
up the child to its guardian, Mrs. Mary Ship
This is the second time the mother has car
ried off the child. She attempted last year to
get possession of it by habeas corpus proceed
ings, bit failed. She cave her son to her
sister, Mrs. Shipman, seven years ago.
BODY WAS HAFSTBA'S
Stranger Killed on the Firing Line in
the Deer Country.
ASHLAND. WIS.Up to last night 1.2S5 hunt
ing licenses had been granted at Ashland and
more are being issued constantly. Hi addition
there are many non-resident hunters. While the
hunters have rifles, most of them use smokeless
powder, und life Is absolutely unsafe In the deer
The body of the hunter found near Mellen yes
terday has been Identified as that of Henry Haf
stra of Lake Nebagamon. He was a stranger at
Mellen, having come for a visit with his ancle,
A bullet had entered his ear. passing through
the bead. The body was found near an old log
ging camp on a deer path.
8TIPEEI0E, WIS.Asthus Woods was ar
raigned for the murder of Ole Bends, the street
car conductor, who died at Leslie hospital.
PKESCOTT, WIS Oscar Williams Mnstell
was found dead in the street after a prolonged
KENNEDY'S HOME BURNS
Loss of $2,200 to Resident of French
ANOKA, MINN.Fire destroyed the pretty
home of Hugh Kennedy on the French Lake
road, Dayton township, Hennepin county. Near
ly all the contents were destroyed. The flames
had such headway that nothing. could stop them.
The loss was $2,200. insurance $800.
Among those who attended the pastors* re
ception in Minneapolis Tuesday night were Rev.
and Mrs. A. A. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rouse,
John Lawson, Misses Rose McFetus. Grace Wood
ward, Edna Houston, Ei-ma Barrett, Nellie Col
Rev. Z. Henry Lewis of Richfield, Minn., will
lecture at the Baptist church for the O. E.
society on "John Milton, the Poet," this even
"Law Enforcement" was the subject of the
meeting held this week with Mrs. D. W. Benton
and led by Mrs. George Gfllispie.
Mavor Scanlon says saloons must obey the
laws'and the elty council is after keepers who
have violated the Sunday ordinance. Hereafter
the police will be on duty all day Sunday.
George H. Wyman will entertain the young
men in his Sunday school class on Friday even
The Baptist Sunday school has started an ex
citing red and blue contest. At the end of
six months the losing side will serve a ban
quet to the winners. Attendance, punctuality
and new pupils are the poiats that win. Archie
Pratt is secretary, Paul B. Ford captain of the
blues and August Olson of the reds. Ah in
crease of fifty in attendance resulted the first
About 100 guests sat down at the banquet table
of the Martha chapter, O. E. S., Tuesday
The first regular meeting of the Anoka High
School association was held with an enrollment
of eighty-three members. The officers are: Presi
dent, Paul B. Ford vice president, Una Mae
Hart secretary, Arthur Gllllsple treasurer,
Ned B. Cutter business manager, Herbert Good
Efforts ace being: put forth to stock the lakes
in this vicinity. Deputy Game Warden Stevens
has put into Lake George 20,000 black bass fry
and the same number into Crooked lake.
County officers elected are: Auditor. A. A.
Caswell (rep.) treasurer, Charles W. Lenfest
(rep.) surveyor, Robert widden (rep.) sheriff,
John Palmer (rep.) coroner, Dr. A. J. Caine
(rep.) register, H. A. Harrington (rep.) super
intendent, George Goodrich (rep.) county attor
ney, Albert F. Pratt (rep.) commissioner first
district, W. F. Chase (rep.) third, W. A.
Gallagher (dem.) fifth, Phil J. Houle (detn.).
SAWING- SEASON ENDS
Last of the Plants at Winona Closes
for the Year.
WINONA, MINN.Today sees the end of
the sawing season in the Winona mills. The
mills of the Laird-Norton company and the Wi
nona Lumber company closed down earlier In the
week, and this afternoon the mill of the Em
pire Lumber company shut down. On account
ot the uniform good stage of water in the
river, long steady runs were made. While the
cut has not yet been figured* it is believed it
will not vary greatly from that of last season.
The permanent closing of one of Winona's three
sawmills is expected within a year. The de
crease in the lumbering Industry is seen in the
drop in the number of rafts passing here from
020 in 1908 to 740 the present year.
The Upper Mississippi Congregational Min
isters' club has been reorganized here with the
following officers: President, Rev. E. W. .Ten
hey secretary, Rev. W. A. Warren chairman
of program committee. Rev. Mr. Wilcox. At the
meeting here Professor J. S. Gaylord of the
normal school presented a paper on. "Varieties
of Pulpit Delivery and Hints for Perfecting
Them." The Club will meet again In January,
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chapman have just cele
brated their golden wedding anniversary at their
home in Chatfield. Three daughters were born
to them, of whom two survive, Mrs. Robinson
of Minneapolis and Mrs. S. Fox of Cummings
CAUGHT FISH ILLEGALLY
New Game Warden Hag Two Arrested
MANKATO, MINN.Albert Werts and John
Douglas were fined $10 and Costs each for
catching flsh illegally. They were caught by
Game Warden towne spearing fish in a trap
in the Le Sueur river, and he conducted the
prosecution Mr. Towne recently moved to the
City, and local sportsmen hope for the enforce
ment of the law.
Daniel J. Buckley was sentenced to one year
In Stillwater for grand larceny in the second
degree, having pleaded guilty in the district'
John Lamm, an old resident of the city, is
dead, aged 63. He leaves a wife and six chil
dren. H. Daniels, another old resident, fs dead.
Mr. Hoffthan, proprietor of a local restaurant,
was robbed of a $175 diamond shirtstud at the
Johnson celebration at St Peter.
S RARE GIFT
BE HOSMTAli PRESENTED TO MUNICI-
PALITY BY METHODISTS.
Town Is Committed to Municipal Own
ership, but Hesitates to Accept the
Gift as Authority to Levy a Tax for
Maintenance Is LackingSpecial
Election to Be Held Dec. 21.
Special to The Journal.
Webster City, Iowa, Nay. 17.Webster City is
confronted with a municipal ownership problem
that is more or less of a white elephant. It is
the question as to whether or not the city shall
accept the magnificent Mercy hospital from the
trustees of the estate of the late Jacob M. Funk.
The tangle' comes in the problem as to how the
city can Operate the institution, for, strangely
enough, the laws of the state do not permit a
city of the second class to levy a tax for
support of a hospital.
Jacob M. Funk erected Mercy hospital at a cost
of about $30,000 and presented it to the north
west Iowa conference of the Methodist church.
The latter conducted it about a year and a half
and the last year the institution Cost $2,30& more
than the receipts. Last fall the conference de-.
elded to allow the magnificent gift to revert to.
the trustees. This they did, and now the trus
tees have offered the institution to the city. The
city council consulted City Attorney George F.
Tucker and found that in case it accepted the
hospital it would have to depend wholly upon
charity for its support, as the laws of the State
will not permit the levying of a hospital tax.
The ceuncilmen were in a dilemma,, and flijaily
decided to submit the matter to a vote of the
people. They therefore passed a resolution di
recting Mayor Edwards to call a special election,
when the people will be asked to vote upon the
qestion, "Shall the' city of Webster accept
Mercy hospital?" The mayor has Just issued
the call and has fixed upon Monday, Dec. 2i, as.
the date to hold the election.
The city now owns its power plant, electric
light plant, water plant, heating plant and con
templates some day Installing a gas plant, but it
is believed that citizens will balk at this last
municipal utility offered them, fearing they may
be unable to support the hospital, the deed. to. it
providing that as soon as. it is not maintained
as a hospital it is to revert to the Funk estate.
If the city votes to refuse it, which now seems
probable, the trustees will offer the hospital to
the Sisters of Mercy of the Catholic church, and
are assured that the latter will accept it. Citi
zens will be satisfied with this, for the sisters
will continue to operate it as a hospital, and the
deed provides that one-fourth of. all accommoda
tions of the place be reserved for charity pa
tients, so that the indigent poor of the city will
not be neglected in any event. The matter,
however, is the subject of much discussion among
all classes in the city.
W. T. REYNOLDS IS DEAD
Former City Clerk of Iowa Falls
pires While in Wisconsin.
IOWA FALLS, IOWA.News has been re
ceived here of the sudden death of ex-City Clerk
W. T. Reynolds of this city at Platteyllie,
Wis. Mr. Reynolds had been called to Platte
ville on business and was Beized with an attack
of rheumatism of the heart and died in a few
hours. His remains were taken to Minneapolis
Many Iowa people own' thousands of acres in
South Dakota and are taking a lively interest
in a projected extension of the Great Northern
since the success of Pierre in the capital removal
Contest. Many have investments in Sully, and
Faulk counties, thru which the proposed exten
sion is to run, and it is estimated that Iowans
own 100,000 acres tributary to the contemplated
JUDGING TEAM IS NAMED
Ames Students Who Will Compete at
National Stock Judging Competition.
AMES, IOWA.Professor W. J. Rutherford
announced this mornb)g the names of the men
who -svill make up the juflging team to represent
Iowa stute college in the international livestock
show beginning Nov. 20 In Chicago. The team
was chosen after a lpng close contest for the
places, Including judging, at Kansas City and
several livestock farms in. Iowa.'
The names are """iTj*"""1
der and are not as id individual '^merits. They
are J. B. Ashby of Creston. R. K. Bliss of
Diagonal, J. L. Cutler of Orchard, J. A.
Lain of Ormond, Ont.. and C. R. Scott of Cam
bridge, with E. B. Thomas of Green Mountain
as alternate. They are all npper classmen and
have not made the team by short preparation,
but have been diligently at work for two and
in alphabetical or-
MABSHALLTOWN. IOWA.The differences
between the stockholders In the lnterurban com
pany, formed to build a line from Marsha 11town
to Grundy Center, have been settled by the
sale of the stock of two members to. a third,
and the road will he built as originally contem
plated. The right of way has been secured and
5 per cent tax voted.
HASTINGS, MINN.Aaron Shideler of Eure
ka, aged 60 years, was adjudged insane.
LA CROSSE, WIS.Miss Jennie Schleiter and
George J. Fries were united in marriage last
evening by Rev. William White of St. Mary's
church.Word has been received of the mar
riage at Hood River, Oregon, of Bart Dftvidson,,
son of the late P. S. Davidson of this city, and
Miss Lillian Jackson, daughter of a prominent
merchant of Hood River.Announcement has
been made of the marriage at Hamilton. Ky.,
of Miss Alberta Fanvcr of this city and Charles
O. Strong* a well known miner of Kentucky.
Miss Grace M. Ketchen and Walter L. Pampus
were united in marriage last evening.
WINONA, MINN-.Judge D.. E. Vance offici
ated at the wedding of George Pickart and Ada
M. Nelton, the bride being only 16. Another
wedding in which the bride was only 17 was that
of George E. Miller and Blanche M. Hogan.
Both couples have gone to housekeeping in this
HASTINGS. MINN.William Draper of
Brownton and Miss Tilda Vlrchow of this city
Wejre married at the residence of Charles Drager,
Rev. Jacob Schadegg of Prescott, Wis., officiat
ing.Gustav Wilke and Mrs. Bertha Graus were
DETROIT, MINN W. Brainerd Carman of
this city and Miss Frances Frltzsche of Fargo
were married at Fargo today. They will make
their home here.
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not been troubled with them since, un
til last September, when I gave birth to
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THE DERMA-ROYALE CO., Cincinnati, 0.
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Corner Hennepin and Washington.
Corner Seventh Street and Hiooflet Av.