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ULTRA STYLISH ENGLISH BOX GLOTH OVERCOATS
Strictly hand, made, silk lined, and. wind proof, -wool in
terlined, 74-inch sweep and nobby center vent. Especially
made for us and we are particularly proud of them at
WORSTED PADDOCK OVERCOATS
Highest grade fabrics, lined with pure silk.
The most fashionable and altogether dressy
overgarments of recent years. Finest wors
teds, graceful shapes$35.00.
KERS EY FADDOCKSNobby gray and
plain black cloths, handsomely tailored.
Custom shops would ask $40.00 for these
coats, admittedly in a class by themselves,
BEAUTIFUL "LOCHHTAaAR" SCOTCH
GREAT COATSIn closely woven gray
cheviot and silk knotted weaves, and Her
ringbone over plaids. Bell box shapes or
belt back, double breasted, warmly built
with suit worsted lining. You will appraise
them at 30 per cent higher for$20.00.
BROKAW BROS.' KERSEYS-Models
of metropolitan styles so perfect in
design that only the most exclusive
custom tailors can evolve their equal
three-quarter lengths. The match of
highest grade to-order work and at 50
per cent saving$20.00.
L'AIGLON"A heavyweight cra
venette raincoat, cut in box or belt
shape. Fabrics chosen from finest
worsteds, thibets and cheviots. Fault
less in style and guaranteed imper
vious. A strong special value at
'THE TOURIST"An extremely long,
handsomely cut great coat in Ballybo
Homespuns, Scotch, gray and. brown
plaids, double breasted, three button
style decidedly distinctive in design,
and as to tailoring, Hart, Schaffner &
Marx label warrants that. Strong
special value at $15.00.
'THE RYTON"A particularly dressy
plain overcoat, quiet in style, single
breasted, of severe gray and black vi-
OTTER BLENDED MUSKRAT COLLARED
OVERCOATSFull kersey body, heavy
silk top and rich worsted suit lining. This
is the most practical winter overcoat ever
devised for this climate, here exclusively,
YOUNG MEN'S SWAGGER OVERCOATS
Handsome plain patterns and rough Scotchy
looking fabrics, belted backs, loose, long
and warm. Decided college types stylish,
serviceable and individual in a high degree.
Styles full of vim and life,- sizes to 36
$20.00,, $15.00 and $18.00.
LITTLE FELLOWS' LOOSE GREAT
COATSMost graceful garments, cut from
extra weight Meltons. Warmth and wear
are here perfectly combined, all sizes, 3 to
8 at $2.95.
BOYS' DOUBLE BREASTED ROSCOMMON
FRIEZE OVERCOATSDouble tested, red
flannel lining, loosely fitting back sizes 8 to
10, exceptional value$4.90.
WANTS HIS MONEY BACK
Dissatisfied With His Investment,
Sparr Sues to Recover.
Special to The Journal.
Billings, Mont., Nov. 30.Charles
jW. Sparr has filed suit against the
I Donovan-McCormick company of Bil
lings for the purpose of annulling a con
tract by the terms of which he became
V/.B CALDWELL M.D.
WHOSE NAME AND FACE APPEAR
EVERY.BOTTLE OF THE GENUINE.-at
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MINNEAPOLIS315-327 Nicollet Avenue. ST. PAULrSeventh and Robert Streets.
Emphatically and Decidedly
HeadquartersforHighest Quality Overcoats
This immense and beautiful display of overcoats has created unparalleled overcoat enthusiasm.
We proudly direct attention to it as the greatest overcoat stock in the world.
It embraces practically every shape, every style, every cloth and every fur of merit.
The unmatchable values have swept to us the greatest overcoat business in the annals of clothing history:
Fine Fur Trimmed Overcoats.
BANNOCKBURN SCOTCH FANCY WEAVE
OVERCOATSForeign cloth workers' best
ideas in dark brown and gray mixed fancy
overcoat effects. Silk topped, fancy suit
worsted lined, overplaid effects, in most
swagger belt and half belt shapes$25.00.
PATENT KERSEY OVERCOATS-Entirely
hand made, silk lined with wool inter
lining such garments insure perfect com
fort for winter wear. Most correct and sty-
"THE ROCK"Fifth Avenue's most dressy
overcoat stylea rich, brown melton,
lined with pure silk and interlined with
wool swagger olive shade, wide circular cut
bottom. You will pay $10.00 more to match
it anywhere else$25.00.
JET BLACK VELOUR OVERCOATS,
and deep brown kerseys, with brown
velvet collar to match. Full chested,
inflexible fronts, broad, straight shoul
ders. Their quiet elegance is appre
ciated by correct dressers$18.00.
cunas, kerseys, meltons and heavy ol
ive brown, friezes. Warm, yet of light
construction. Strong special value,,
THE CHESTERFIELD''- A conserv
ative, entirely correct, medium long
style, favored by the man of most re
fined taste. In excellent materials,
and superior hand workmanship,
strong, special value$15.00.
"THE PADD0CK"-A highly fashion
able and graceful overcoat in gray,
brown and dark mixed fabrics. Swag
ger and perfectly fitting. All the char
acteristics of a "made-for-you" at
$35.00, strong special value$15.00
Distinctive Overcoats for Boys.
owner of 200 shares of the capital stock
of the corporation. The plaintiff al
leges that June, 1901, thru misrep
resentations, he was induced to pur
chase the stock. He further declares
that the balance sheets were "fixed."
Sparr also states that he was in
formed that the company owned prop
erty above all liabilities to the amount
of $60,000, and he invested $20,000
which he now asks be returned to him.
FINE MARMOT LINED OVERCOATS-Ot
ter collar, heavy kersey top custom tailors
and practical furriers combine to furnish
the greatest fur lined overcoat value this or
any other house has ever shown. Cannot be
duplicated under $65.00, for $50.00.
YOUNG MEN'S AUTOMOBILE COATS
Belted back shape in plaids and heavy dark
mixtures plain shape in gray and black
heavy, close-weave fabrics. All tailor hand
made sizes to 36. $15.00 lines elsewhere
cannot better them$9.75.
RAINPROOF OVERCOATS-Loosely hang
ing, easily fitting styles, plain dark shades.
Each garment carefully tailored and tested.
On every count a usual $10.00 value
BOYS' IMPORTED FANCY FABRIO
COATSSmooth and rough cloths, colors
of distinctive exclusiveness. The styles pro
vide for boyhood's most superior winter
wear, sizes 8 to 16$8.50.
we have spent the beat part of our lives In perfecting
GENUINE FRENCH SEDAN MONTAGNAC OVERCOATS
Extra heavy, close weave, built by Hart, Schaffner &
Marx. Fully silk lined and finished with hand-piped
edges. Rich, luxurious winter overcoats that will fill yon
with a sense of body comfort and vigor. Irreproachable
style, $30.00. _"
Paul McCormick of this city and T. C.
Power and A. C. Johnson of Helena are
named as defendants.
Bock Island System
Playing Cards, best in the market.
Two packs for twenty-five cents. Call
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Agent, 322 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis,
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that It may cure your stomach and bowel troubles.
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We print hundreds of testimonials from grateful people selected
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ACCUSES DEAD UNCLE
Executor Sued for $52,000 Alleged to
Have Been Stolen from Estate.
Special to The Journal.
Great Falls, Mont., Nov. 30Alleg-
ing that his uncle, now dead, embezzled
a large sum or money, Alphonse Martin
has instituted suit against the executor
Pepsin Syrup Co., Montlcello, 111.
Gentlemen:A couple of years ago while experimenting through
the South, I found that by spending part of my time In marshy
neighborhoods filled with miasma, my entire) system was being
slowly poisoned. I had chills and fever, ached airoyer* lost appe-
tite and sleep. The doctors told me that I had malaria,and quinine
was prescribed. I took It for two weeks and as I kept getting
worse decided to change treatment. I spoke to a friend about my
condition. He said that he had some of Dr. Caldwell's (Laxative)
Syrup Pepsin that he wished I would try. 1 used it for three days
and felt better, and sent for six bottles and used them while In
camp. It actedlike magic in driving the poison out of my system,
cleansed my blood, restored my appetite, and I am now In perfect
health. I keep It on bend and find that an occasional dose keeps
me well. ^W
-VVer^twIy yours, &f\* *4\ &
I,-/., P. Bradford Perkins, &-*
of his uncle's estate to recover over
The complaint alleges that when
Cleophas Martin became executor of his
brother's estate be had no property of
his own, but when he died he left
an estate valued at at least $20,000,
which sum, it is alleged by Alphonse
Martin, was secured by his dead uncle
thru embezzlement and fraud. Martin
declares that the estate owhich he is
3218 Wabash Avenue^
November 39,*- 1904.
the sole heir has been depleted by the
thefts of his relative.
A man's ^yife should, always the
same, especially to her husband, but
if she is weak and nervous, and uses
Carter's Little Iron Pills, she cannot
be, for they make her feel like a dif
ferent person," so they all say, and
their husbands say so, too.
JoM Bradford fcrfinf.
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