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<fi\ A //)/? y , Established 1882. /fjjftfi VySYi / lOT **v ]?£. ' Tbe Leading Outfitting House. (S^tW^&UfffbGttlnS Correct Dress for Everybody. 1 Important Display of xk: (Ml i( CWildreri fs mm w clothing. l// £mj ur store 1S c ver^ est ace to f\ v&r buy clothes for a boy. Our pretty \ml Clothirvg. II /Jjj Our store is the very best place to (/ (<O^ buy clothes for a boy. Our pretty l^^ffl VV--U little suits and overcoats are worth \\H coming a long way to see. They Hill 'wIL are seen in striking novelties and W H V^ new colorings, unlike the ordinary m &>: R^. run of boys' clothing. *& 2h»M *^<£r The prices run from $2.50 to $10. The Tlymouih Clothing House. Sijcth and JVicollet. ■ ANTHRACITE COAL I As prices on all grades are the same, attention should be given QUALITY ■ Pennsylvania Coal Co.'s Anthracite; nome better. Exclusive Northwestern shippers. OHIO COAL 00. PHONE 401. No. 14 Lumber Exchange-Fifth St. Side CABLE FLASHES Bogota—A crisis exists in the Colombian cabinet. Pretoria— Tjardt Kruger, a son of the for mer president, who recently surrendered to the British, has just died. Brussels —Mr. Kruger has abandoned the Idea of sending a delegation to the president of the United States, having ascertained that Mr. Roosevelt will pursue the policy of non intervention. Hongkong—The German mission at Piang Thong, northeast of Kwangtung, has beou attacked and burned by natives who, it is believed, were members of the society known us the Triad. The missionaries escaped. St. Petersburg—The official returns as to crops in Russia for the present year show 650,000,000 poods of wheat, 670.000,000 poods of oats*and 1,100,000 poods of rye. The return is 6 per cent below the average for the five preceding years. Havana—The constitutional convention con sidered a letter from Governor General Wood advising the appointment of a commission of five members to have charge of the forth coming elections, and also advising that two elections be held instead of four. General Wood's suggestions were approved by all present. Reduced Hatea to N<-w Turk and Return Via Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls Route," good for return within twenty days, and for stopover at Niagara Falls and Buffalo. City Ticket Office, 119 Adams street, Chicago. Band Instruments At Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S. For Nervousness Horsford's Acid Phosphate Quiets and strengthens the nerves and brain, restores the appetite and gives refreshing sleep. Puts new life, new ambi tion and new courage into a debilitated system. A Tonio and Nerve Food. The genuine bean the nams •■ Horafotd't" on libel. RERUNA SUMMER CATARRH ATONIC FOR BLOOD AND NERVES. A SURE FEMALE REMEDY* W.LDNJSLAS Soya all wmar W. L. Douglmu 02.00 HP fort and wear has excelled Mhommt Youth*, $1.75. Box Calf, other makes sold for Kangaroo Kid, LawlaPatant Lmathar. $3.50. This excellent reputation has Sold by 63 Douglas shoe stores in been won by merit alone. ■_-..■ American cities selling direct from factory WL . Douglas shoes have to give better to wearer at one profit; also by the best satisfaction than other $3.50 shoes be shoe dealers everywhere. cause his reputation for the best $3.50 W. L. Douglas shoes are made on im- shoes must be maintained;^ [ proved lasts that fit the foot. . Wear them The standard has always been placed and you will always be free from corns so high that the wearer receives more and bunions, and have perfectly natural value for his money in the W.L. Douglas feet. Style, comfort, and wear guaranteed. $3.50 shoes than he can get elsewhere. Dow to Order by Mall.—ir w.L.T>ouglasshoe« ur T Dou alas sells more $3 50 shoes an not sold In your town, send order direct to factory. ■w* 1.. uougias sens xnore*o.ou snoes Shoes seat anywhere for 55.75. Mr custom depart- than any other two manufacturers. t ■',%■■' . j*'=!?\ merit will mak6 yon a pair that will . .* - - -.•■<;... V^KUfcai ecuai tsand custom wke sho* W. L. Douglas $3.50 sh oes are made of ■JHrT v.^ nrements of foot as shown It the same high grade leathers used in $5 MB X> -••:»X. model; state style desired; sl£9 and $6 _u_«L and are just oc good< W> fc- °jk '^few "«i width tuuaiir worn: and $6 shoes and are just as good. dSfi •£,"• JF' *&&*>*. Pl*lo or °*P Upiit soiesl ]ns\s\ upon having W.L.Douglas shoes mecr Ul2it?L]i<f *" Insist upon having W.L.Douglas shoes *Wi®s&\ 9*> Sr^sJ I**^'1**^'^1^'1"' with name and price stamped on bottom W^^^^^^~ MINNEAPOLIS STORE.; wmmslM^ m Nipn || P | » upniip Fast Color EyeletT^Cfflbfe-iiJ* 8 41J0 IIILUIIuI AlUl UUI aaa BwUte Always Black Hoofci aH. lliwwiiwt *^J^2_— IN A NUTSHELL New York—Control of the Telegraph, Cable and Telephone Company of America has passed into the hands of Charles W. Morse. Carson, New—George M. Pullman and Mrs. Brazelle were married here by Justice of the Peace Stone. Mrs. Brazelle was recently divorced from Colonel Jim Brazelle. Washington—Colonel Heistand, who is be ing investigated for alleged connection with the Manila hemp combination, says General H. C. Corbln was a member of the com pany. Toledo, Ohio—Jay Cook, the Philadelphia banker and war-time financier and father of tlit Northern Pacific railroad, is critically ill at his summer home at Gibraltar, near Put in-Bay. Washington—"Congress will be liberal with the west in dealing with irrigation questions, and I believe the president will also be most liberally disposed," says Senator Hansbrough, of North Dakota. Charlotte, N. C—Miss Laura Lemly, 45 years of age, a sister of Judge Advocate Lemly of the navy, was burned to death at her home in Salem, N. C. Her ciothing caught flre from a kitchen stove. Washington—President Roosevelt does not intend to urge important legislation for the Philippines at this session of congress. He will advise that the existing government re main as it is for a year or more. New York—Richard Croker has rubbed his slate clean of mayoralty candidates and pre pared for a fresh start. The nomination will probably go to Brooklyn, and sentiment is turning strongly in the direction of Edward M. Shepard. Washington—A dispatch from Agent Som ers, of the Brule Indian reservation, in Sout.h Dakota, announces that Indians overpowered the police Saturday and took an Indian pris oner from the guardhouse. An Indian in spector is investigating. Winnipeg—The Winnipeg Street Railway company and the Ogllvte Milling company have formulated a co-operative plan whereby they will jointly construct an immense power plant for the transmission of electric power from the Winnipeg river to this city. Bennington, Vt.—Ten thousand English sov ereigns, after lying for nearly a century and a quarter In an old hulk at the bottom of East bay, Lake Champlain, have been recov ered. The money was to have been used for General Burgoyne's troops, in 1777. Omaha—A letter from Sweden brings word that Rev. Dr. J. A. Sward, who returned to that country from Omaha two years ago, is supposed to be helplessly ill with cancer, and that in the event of his death he re quested to be buried at his old home in Min neapolis. Washington—Private Peter J. Divine, of Troop H, Eleventh cavalry, at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, has been sentenced to be dishonorably discharged and to serve one year at hard labor for "using disrespectful word 3 against the president of the United States, in violation of the nineteenth article of war." Washington—Senators Frye and Hanna and C. A. Griscom, of the International Naviga tion company, will have a cofiference In Bos ton on the shipping slbsidy bill which Senator Frye has prepared. The new bill is sup posed to be a freighting bill rather than one which pays high premiums for high-class ships. Washington—The official estimates for the fiscal year, beginning July 1, 192, which Post master General Smith will submit to con gress, call for an aggregate of $6,250,000 for rural free deliver; service. This is an in crease of $2,750,000 over the current year. The total for the free delivery service propel Is $18,745,000. New York—Masquerading as a man, and accompanied by a young woman who ad dressed her as "my husband," Miss Caroline Winslow Hall, of Boston, a painter of note from Milan, Italy, came to this city on the steamer Citta Di Torino, from Genoa, in a dying condition, and breathed her last as the steamer lay at her berth in North river. Keep Away From California Unless you like sunshine and flowers in midwinter. If you must go, there if no way so good as the Minneapolis & St. Louis. Get full particulars at No. 1 Wash ington avenue south. UGLAS THE STATE'S P. O.'S The 152 of Presidential Rank Bring In $2,126,140. FIFTEEN RAISED; TWO REDUCED Income Increaaea Much Fatter Than Kxpeime— oi OUU-e» With Fienrea. Special to The Journal. Washington, Oct. I.—Minnesota's 152 presidential postofflces yielded $2,126,140.02 of gross revenue last year, a* agaiust $1,936,560 in the preceding year, accord ing to the annual report of Captain Henry A. Caatle, auditor for the postoflice de partment. The report also shows that the expenses of running these offices increased only from $834,333.60 to $934,892.23, while ; I |Per Cent . : Exp'ns« [to Gross . . Gross Receipts, Gross Receipts, | Net Revenue, | Rec'pts, __Offlee— | 1901. I 1900. ! 1901. -- | 1901. Ada i 3,705.71* 3,411.44 1,932.71 1 4S Adrian 3 122 50 3,737.32 1,393.22 55 Aitkiu 4'95)6'49- 3,980.21 | 3,200.81 3ti Albert Lea 14,527.83 12,964.13 , t»,669.90 j 54 Alexandria 6 617.75 6,573.34 3,449.19 | 59 Amboy 3 690 91 3,986.08 1,863.95 | 49 Anoka 5,512.86 5,502.91 3,234.30 : 41' ; Appleton :... 3,193.28 3,102.80 ; 1,620.16 , . 49 Argyle , 2 312 1,797.77 - 971.17 , 68 Austin 12,615.82 11,704.85 4,684.62 63 Barnesvllle ' 3 293 04 " 2,996.89 1,820.88 45 Bemidji | 6!265.51 2,549.89 4,225.79 33 Benson 4,458.72 4,091.58 2,498.14 - 44 Bird Island* I 1,105.39 : »01.77 65 Biwabik 1162 17 ." ' 611.63 47 Blooming Prairie 2,420.19 2,358.32 792.07. 67 Blue Earth City 5 588.34 5,781.16 8,196.30 n Brainerd 12,207.01 10,949.62 7,673.19 37 Breckenridge 2 »isß 31 i 2,785.59 | 1,603.31 4'j Browns Valley 2,540.74 i 2,249.80 1 1,210.80 | Bl Buffalo. 2,47532 i 2,264.26 1,225.64 | 60 Caledonia 2 813.65 ' 2,649.46 1,337.41 i 62 Camden Placet I 1,912.93 | Cambridge* 1 "'22 81 I •••• 572.49 53 Canby. 4658.71 ! 2.559.24- 39. Cannon Falls 3,265.84 4,151.59 1,738.12 . 47 Cass Lake* ..: 533.71 481.47 42 Chatfleld 3,646 41 3,575.71 1,883,93 48. Cloquet ...- I 6,564.38 5,348.38 4.578.74; 30 Crookston 14,745.68 " 13,521.52 7,260.05 \ 51 Dawson 2 532 95 I 1,969.25 1.144 39 s"< Detroit City..... 4,278.24 4,295.36 2,196.37" 49 Dodge Center 2,379. I 2,429.20 1,070 39 - 5u Duluth I 113.C24.75 103,257.68 64,061.37 44 Eagle Bend* I 1,159.90 609.66 43 East Grand Forks I 3.185.30 3,122.34 " 1,701.08 '47. Elbow Lake* I 1,057.69 536.97. 49 Elk River 2,114.42 1,062.59 . 912.09 57 Elmore 2 250.20 1,020.28 1,074.36 i 62 Ely 4,743.25 . 4,175.34 2,986.05 | 37 Eveleth 6,926.29 5,037.91 5,151.65 I 26 Excelsior* I 2,311.60 | 889.12 | 62 Fairmont 6,802.40 6,046.83 4,586.10 33 Faribault .. 18,209.16 16,941.75 7,653.69 58 Fergus Falls 12,087.93 11,160.68 5,752.07 52 Fosston 3,159.40 2,983.14 .1,335.12 I 58 Frazee* 998.93 * 498.21 . | 50 Fulda 2,399.46 ' 1,093.29 1,061.38 | 56 Glencoe 3,708.09 3,640.72 1,711.61 j 54 Glenwood $3,199.53 • $3,276.90 $1,601.78 50 Graceville 2,836.54 3,080.96 1,394.22 51 Grand Rapids 4,400.37 4,362.67 2,455.09 44 Granite Falls 4,164.27 3,840.54 2,367.55 .43 Hallock 2,904.25 2,736.42 1,365.05 63 Hastings 6,725.12 5,950.19 3,362.48 41 Hawley* 1,090.78 | I 472.68 57 Hector 2,495.23 | 1,040.81 ! 1,230.03 f 51 Herman* 1,114.56 | 597.60 | 46 Heron Lake 2,928.20 3,001.73 1,435.28 51 Hibbing 6,497.01 4,566.82 3,683.65 33 Hopkins* 3,426.09 .'. 1,639.35 50 Hutchinson 4,711.59 4,627.66 2,579.23 45 Jackson 4,331.85 4,021.35 2,570.49 ,41 Janesvillo 2,674.70 2,639.29 ; 1,276.22 52 Kasson (' 2,944.28 . 2,872.78 • 1,383.58 i 53 Kenyon 2,616.21 2,550.08 . 1,119.50 57 Lake Benton 2,584.74 2,602.97 1,236.48 52 Lake City 8,302.32 7,724.54 6,049.12 27 Lake Crystal 2,735.26 2,660.92 1,274.54 53 Lakefleld 2,616,51 2,388.89 - 1,271.55 • 61 Lake Park* 1,185.37 : 684.89 42 Lamberton 2,446.30 1,226.29 1,143.70 - 53 Lanesboro 2,248.66 1,013.90 1,090.66 51 Leßoy 2,62455 1,199.12 1,348.27 49 Le Sueur 3,796.44 3,737.98 1,938.73 .49 Litchfleld 6,309.71 5,379.97 8,204.11 40 Little Falls 8,397.60 8,295.80 '■'■'■ 4,499.39 46 Long Prairid ... 3,494.73 3,454.00 .;. 1,691.85 52 Luverne ........' 5,696.86 5,604.61 , 3,756.06 - : 34. Madelia 4,549.41 ,' 4,749.28, :..... v 2,148.81 . 5:! Madison ...... 3,498.69 - .3,229.35 . 1,879.53 46 Mankato 25,992.52 24,487.52 12,755.52 51 Mapleton : 2,578.47 2,333.85 " 1,272.15 51 ' Marshall ' 6,120.37 5,928.11 3,943.73 36 Melrose 2,722.48 2,654.68 1,236.60 55 Milaca I 2,477.29 1,768.49 1,108.91 55 , Minneapolis 740,664.44 ' 663,205.52 447,611.77 40 Montevideo 5,487.47 5.282.29 3,443.55 37 Monticello 2.43G.95 2,307.72 1,183.99 51." Moorhead 8,643.25 8,097.82 6.1U.65 41 Mora* 1,272.43 646.63 40 Morris 6,105.54 6,236.17 2,986.97 41 New Prague 2,733.33 2,557.08 1,187.65 57 New Ulm 9,343.99 8,334.98 5,800.14 , 38 Northfleld 9.588.97 8,608.33 4,553.03 53 Olivia. 2.685.91 2.118.24 1,348.87 50 Ortonvill* <. 3,352.87 3,220.92 ] 1,631.27 61 Osakis I 2,520.78 | 2,409.41 I' 1,149.14 54 Owatonna | 11,783.06 | 11,229.37 | 5,033.13 57 Park Rapids I 3,390.47 I 3,248.13 | 1.694.79 | 60 Pelican Rapids 2,750.23 [ 2,532.65 | 1,255.27 54 Perham I 2,741.80 | 2,936.75 1,115.72 6'J Pine City 2,195.38 | 1,101.36 1,092.74 50 Pipestone 6,938.51 | 6,336.30 4,591.23 34 Plalnview 2,630.96 2.538.34 1,296.68 52- Preston 2,3t>8.03 3,142.67 1,454.69 57 Princeton j 4,256.03 4,206.87 2,284.19 46 Red Lake Falls ..| 3,183.65 ' 2,894.57 1,667.97 48 Red Wing 15,234.63 14,485.30 5,243.72 66 Redwood Fallß • 4,450.02 4,509.29 2,490.98 41 Renvllle 2.839.73 2,653.27 1,447.25 . 49 ' Rochester 13,277.80 12,760.39 4,461.94 66 Rush City I 2,640.74 | 2,715.49 937.70 61 RUBhford* , 1,162.08 j 551.44 | 52 St Charles i 3,291.46 | 3,169.14 | 1,581.25 | 61 St Cloud I 16,225.10 | 15,047.13 5,825.73 64 St James 5,524.71 j 5,385.99 3,233.15 41 St. Paul I 641,198.76 j 606,725.34 300,325.49 45 St. Peter 7,109.30 6,745.70 j 4,780.45 S3 Sauk Center 6,230.05 | 5,507.41 | 8,090.41 | 41 Shakopee T 2,802.99 | , 2,938.93 ! 967.95 | 65 Sherburne | 3,167.06 j : 3,253.57 1,527.42 ' 6.2 Slayton 3,217.22 3,090.82 . 1,578.02 - 61 Sleepy Eye 7,406.43 7,345.34 6,309.95 28 South St. Paul " 8,869.36 9,025.04 4,863.76 45 Springfield " 3,410.77 3,400.36 1,841.87 46 . Spring Valley , 4,443.89 4,372.74 2,320.93 48 Staples 3,087.68 | 3,043.18 1,368.39 66 Stephen* | 1,587.64 | 773.48 61 Stewartville I 2,246.86 | :-v~ 493.56 981.41 56 Stlllwater 15,913.73 | 15,498.53 8,925.94 75 Thief River Falls 3,168.55 1,304.81 1,722.55 46 Tower 2,697.32 2,506.09 1,097.24 : 59 Tracy 4,638.87 4.346.59 2,450.85 . . 47 Two Harbor* 5,474.22 4,665.75 3,487.10 36 Virginia 4,884.29 4,661.32 3.120.61 36 Wabasha 4,377.14 4,410.26 2,386.42 45 Wadena •. 5,019.85 4.673.30 3,080.17 ■', 39 Warren | 3,724.33 ' 3,282.73 1,989.34 47 Waaeca [ 6,572.28 6,206.63 4,392.41 . 33 Watervllle 1... | .2,287.28 2,601.20 1,306.60 63 Wells I 4,502.76 5,013.42 2,292.75 49 West Duluth* | 5,589.43 Wheaton | 3,548.72 3,369.12 2,032.77 43 Willmar 7,256.90 6,924.90 4,822.97 ■' 84 Windom 5,381.63 . 5,415.51 3,221.07 40 Winnebag City 6,124.19 6,869.69 4,000.93 36 Winona 40,835.33 87,862.70 21,912.50 46 Winthrop 2,362.24 . 1.699.G4 1,279.52 64 Worthington 6,096.20 5,999.10 2,477.88 . 41 Z-umbrota 3,316.77 3,133.77 1,6^9.76 51 "| 1 ; . [, . ■■• ■_ ■ ' Totals | $2,126,140.02 | $1,936.560.82 ) $1,191,247.79 100 •Advanced to presidential since July 1, 1900. tßelegated to fourth class. . - . ■ '-■- ■ ■ ■ -■-■-■' ■ ■ .■.'■-' Will Diaz Smash Trusts? flteir York 9am Mpmolml Mmrvlom Austin, Texas, Oct. I.—The community of interest spirit which has recently shown such great advancement in Mexico is likely to receive a severe shock before long, as it is reported on reliable authority that President Diaz is considering the i advisability of putting a check on the growth of trusts in that country by issuing an official decree prohibiting such practice. He has been Appealed to for relief by many mine owner's, who allege that the American Smelting and Refining company, lfe its effort to control the output and prices of ores, has closed down, without cause, some of the best mines in the Sierra Mojada and other mining districts of the republic; also that the Independent mine owners are placed at the mercy of the trusts and are without relief, as all the smelters in Mexico are in the gigantic organization. It is also said that President Diaz does not look with favor upon the movement to consolidate the railroad lines of Mexico into one or two groups. He believes that such action will tend to prevent the extensions of the existing systems and to retard the development of the country. Trusts were recently formed of the principal cigarette factories and many of the larger soap factories of Mexico, and a movement is now on foot to organize the brew eries and cotton mills into trusts. Married and Divorced by the Same Judge Special to The Journal. Butte, Mont, Oot. I^—Judge W. I. Llpplncott was called upon to perform a unique duty to-day. He granted a divorce to Mrs. Delia F. Chasse, whom he mar ried several years ago to P. O. Chaeae. Mrs. Chaase told a story of cruelty and de sertion, and as her husband did not put la an answer Judge Lipplncott untied the knot which he himself had tied. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. the net revenues showed the remarkable Increase from $602,227.22 to $1,191,247.79. Minneapolis, of course, led the list of offices in gross receipts with $740,664.44, as against $663,205.52 in the fiscal year 1900. The expenses of the Minneapolis office aggregated $293,052.67 and the net revenue $447,611.77. The percentage of expense to net revenue was 40 per cent, leaving a profit of 60 per cent to be ap plied to supplying the deficit in other places. The gross receipts of the St. Paul office were $641,198.78, as against $506,725.34 in 1900; the total expenses were $240,873.27, and the net revenue last year $300,^^5.49. It cost 45 per cent of the gross receipts to run the St. Paul office. Fifteen offices in Minnesota were ad vanced from fourth class to presidential offices last year, while iwo were relegated to the fourth class. The offices advanced in class are: Bird Island, Biwabik, Eagle Bend, Elbow Lake, Excelsior, Frazee, Hawley, Herman, Hopkins, Lakepark, .Moid. Uushford and Stephen. The offices that went back in rank are Camden Place and West Duluth. The following table shows the gross receipts at all presidential offices in 1901 and 11*00, and the net revenue and per centage of cost of running these offices in 1901: UHfiLUdUH v Wednesday's Bargains. iiil^r place on sa Wednesday one is M fflxk^m? of the very finest collections of strictly High-Class Silks that has ever been shown in the entire Northwest for a fraction of their real value. These goods are made to retail at $1.35 a yard. More money-saving chances in desirable Black not a cent less; you will find ifflßi /§B|k Silk laffetas. 1,000 yards of £^ 1359 them all, 3000 yards, on sale on %J?iOl|sl^ Black Taffeta, a yard wide; UI^A bargain cpunters, Wednesday, hh3|B^ strong, durable and brilliant. 2bESh at, per yard ...^O*O%J H>2s quality ¥¥¥ We have just received 100 pieces of Plain Col- Imported Swiss Taffeta— Best gf^ m ored Taffetas, 19 inches wide and of a quality blftc d Je; fine finsh; n most ftfcflfei* ... . ' . . , n - i J excellent silk; easily worth 89c ioltOli that would be reasonable at 7oc, OB /s*sfc. nprvnrri- 21-inch TOy«»M for Wednesday sale, all tha new C^Qn j colors, evening and street shades H| wood strong Black Silk Taffeta, M « at, per yard 19 inches wide, for Wednesday M |§£*v Jffr ****** * * at the very low price of, per ■flfjPiSrft H^ Another cleaning up of odd ends and short yard ;... i^^%# lengths of novelty and Foul- JHlfc -vt • i j m • ai. i >j.'-,-"V^ aid silks, values up to 85c, for OQ« ? eW. amval da^ ? c P°Pular wsrp- Prmt + ed Wednesday sale, at per yard, J^^P Louisines, Persian designs, Roman stripes, etc. °"y : ..... WWW Sl.oo, $1.35, 51.50, 51.65, 51.75 MOTKCBI We carry the most complete line of Black and Colored Imported German ttww b BUfßmm Silk-Faced Velvets in the Northwest. Prices from 7Sg per yard and up. 50 Shades just in of the new Shimmer Velvets. Be sure to ask for them, even for Curiosity. ■■■ ■■-■ ".' ■ • ■ ■ ' . i ■ ■ Colored anil Black Dress Soods Everything that is new and fashionable in Colored and Black Dress Goods shown here. We want your trade and if special price inducements along with most complete assortment carries weight, you will find them here Wednesday. 60 pieces mixed Oxford gray Kerseys and heavy 50 pieces extra heavy /£f!X M $fs& /$& pebble cheviots, need no gfc A ipl*, Granite cloth, newest fall WJ |j fall Mffl lining. On sale Wednes- fH~ | U shades, 48 inches wide; per JRk ■ day at, per mM.JIwI yard, only H I yar ................... "" Fine all wool dress fabrics, in the most desir -20 pieces new camel hair 43|fc Jj j|S9 ipS^ able solid colors, 38 to 50 in. Mk 0^ suiting, 62 in. wide; lead- i Jf^||l| wide; values to 75c; displayed O A ing fall shades. Special ■J%B h SJBHJ| on special tables for Wednes- ■K^lS^nZ only, per yard .'..... H ■ day only, per yard bT W0 100 pieces plain Dress Flannels, also Jamestown fancies. On sale Wednesday at, per QQ^ yard. '. Uvv Black Dress Goods. At BOc per —48-inch all-wool" Storm New Tailor Suitings —s2-inch Camel's Serge; 40-inch Cam«l's Hair Cheviot; 40-inch Hair Zibeline; 50-inch Camel's Hair Cheviot; Fine French Granite Cloth; |R|| 52-in fina all-wool Broad /k sn #fc Jfc 48-inch all-wool Fancy Weaves. £fel|ft cloth; 52-inch Venetian Ol fi fl P r;:i, fOT.. w: dn: sday.^ OUC gr^i£g $I.UU 50-inch Cheviot — pieces 50-inch heavy weight Cheviot, guaranteed fflß HBB 56-inch Kersey Suiting— pieces 56 --sponged and shrunken; regu- Urn. j[ g* inch all-wool Kersey Suit- JP)^ J iUFfa £!Rb lar $1.00 value. Wednesday *y| Jf Ji lng ' heavy weight; reg- WT I JU| only.peryard M V ular $2.00 value. Wed- Jfcß,.!^! m . '__ * . . o . i /-i n , . A nesday only, per yard. I w At 7So yard—o2-mch Canvas Cheviot, . f r J heavy weight; 62-inch Camel's WSM ffli 30-tnoh Black Kersey — nn Hair Cheviot, sponged; 40-inch n K&b&k Suitable for ladies' skirts. 3&^ &k French Surah Serge. Wednes- M On sale Wednesday only at, BEf jB lay only, per yard 1...... « per yard & Cloak and Suit Depf, Wednesday a Grand Showing of Correct Styles for Fall & Winter. The crowded floor, the busy salespeople, the bustle of trying to mark and put in stock more new goods, and the excitement of fast selling make it difficult to prepare anything like a detailed account of all the new fash ions now to be seen in our popular Cloak and Suit Department. Wednes day the THREE Following SPECIALS are offered good for that day only. Ladies' 27-inch Box Coat with Ladies' Pedestrian Skirts, made Ladies's 40-inch Automobile, double shoulder cape effect with of fin© quality heavy all wool ma de of heavy quality oxford high storm collar made of fine hair striped skirting yoke effect mixed fd satin Uned to quality all wool Kersey, in red, stitched with eight rows of . , _ , blue and castor, lined tkrough- tailor-stitching; flared flounce waist 5 Joke effect 5 neatlr out with guaranteed satin; back finished with cluster rows of tailor-stitched; storm «ollar seams finished with bias straps; stitching; seams tailor-stitched, and cuff on sleeve tailor •ntire garment including the Comes in blue and white and stitched. A warm and serv shoulder capes beautifully fin- black and white. A new and iceable garment; good value ished with cluster rows of stitch- attractive skirt. For this ape- at $11.50. For this special ing. A splendid $15 garment, cial one day sale, Wednesday, one day sale Wednesday, we Wednesday, we make the price say only 512.75 $4.98 $8.50 GLASS BLOCK STORE MINNESOTA GRAND RAPlDS—Richard OMalley : was adjudged Insane and taken to Fergus Falls. MINNEOTA—On the farm of Ole Ferguson, Gregor Ammundson's separator was burned with four stacks of wheat. EAST GRAND FORKS—Every gambling house in this place has been closed up tight, and warrants were served on thirteen of the leading gamblers and saloon-keepers. WINONA—Word has been received of the marriage at Butte, Mont., of Miss Beatrice Netz formerly of this city but later of St. Paul' to William Goodall Young, of Butte. WABASHA—Frank Alcott, of Alma, Wis., was held up and robbed. The robbers were located by the police and gave their names as Robert Dalley and George Oakes, of Has tings. LAKE CITY—Mrs. Sarah. Hal© Gat«« died of old age at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Murray. She was born Aug. 9, 1812, at Windsor, Vt., and came to Lake City May 17, 18G7. FARIBAULT—Xo word has yet been re ceived by Dr. F. IL Rose regarding him son, Francis Rose, who disappeared so mysteri ously from Amherst, Mass., college two weeks ago. DULUTH—James Corrigan and son and Price McKlnney of Cleveland, B. J. Jones and H. S. Klehle of Pittsburg comprise a party of prominent iron men on an inspection tour of the iron ranges. MANKATO—Mrs. Chris Arnold, a bride of two weeks, expired suddenly of hemorrhage of the lungs. She was 27 years of age.—A wreck on the Great Western railway resulted In the destruction of an engine and three loaded cars.—New York capitalists have be come interested in a street railway project for Mankato. The new line will bo put in by Jan. 1. MICHIGAN CALUMET—A fall of 500 feet resulted in the instant death of Baptist Viola, an Italian miner, employed in the Calumet & Hecla mine. TIOUGHTOX—Mrs. James K. Haul, aged 86, a pioneer of Ontonagon, is dead. She was the last Michigan woman pensioner of the Black Hawk war of 1832. SOUTH DAKOTA HOT SPRINGS—The Black Hills Federa tion of Women's Clubs holds its annual meet ing at Rapid City on Oct. 11 and 12. CANTON—The case of Pacob Kehm va. The Modern Woodmen of America has been de cided in favor of the plaintiff. If It's a "Garland" That's All You need to know about a stove or range. 3