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,2 ' im^ ■ | ~~^ I Electric Lighted— Lear* Arrive vrrvatiou Cars to Port- «„»« . r *>nd.Ore,.,YlaHu«e. MiMoula, * 10:10 * 1 :45 Jpokane. Seattle, Tacoma am pia Pacific Express Fargo, Jamestown, Boze- _.«- , _ _ _ man, Helena, Btitte, Spokane, • 1 1 :1 o * 7 :Ua Seattle, Tacoma, Portland... pin an: Farsro and Leech Lake Local St. Cloud, Little Falls, Brain- f9 :0 5t5 :1 0 era, Walker, Bemldji, Fargo.. I am pm Dakota & Manitoba Express Fergus Falls, Wanuoton, j Moorhead, Fargo, Crooititon, _ _ . n - c . An Grand Forks, Grafton. Win- ! • 8 :40 •6.4U pi peg. > pia I am "DULUTH SHORT LINE" Lwkvt T*T TT FTH Jfr Arrive -8:15 »m DILUTH & »7i55 am •3:oopm SUPERIOR! t2 !b2 1"" •lOi3O pin I *7 :O0 piu " •Dally. TEx. Sunday. TICKET OFFICE—I 9 ""as*. MILWAUKEE STATION, UNION STATION, Minneapolis. St. Paul. [jjtJRTH-WESTERN |INEI JJL»JC. ST. P.M. ft O. yI^J ticket office, 418 Ntcollet Phone 240. main. *£x. Sun. Others daily. Leave I Arnro Badger State Express— )\ 7:50 10145 Chl'go.Mllw'kee, Madison ) | am pm Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm U:os am Chicago—Fast Mall. ' 6:25 pm 9:00 am North- Western Limited- \\ 7:30 8:15 I Chl'go.Mllw'kee, Madison ) I pm am Wnusau.F .duLao.lireeubay 6-.'^s pm 9:00 am Duluth, Superior, Ashland.. t8:10 am t5:20 pra Twilight Limited— M 4:00 10:30 Duluth, .Superior, ) I pm pni ■SuClty, Omaha, Dead wood. -7:10 am 3:00 am Elmore, Algona, l)esMoiues t7:io am t8:05 pm Bt James, New Viva, Tracy 9:30 am 8:05 pm Omaha Express— [ j 9:30 3:05 Bu. City. Omaha, Kan,City ) am pm Js'ew Ulm. Elmore 4:' JO pm 10:35 ana Fairmont, St. James... 4:20 pm 10:35 urn Omaha Limited— ) 8:00 8:00 Bu.Clty. Omaha. Kan. City ) pin 1 am Milwaukee &M|^S Office, 328 Nic. Phone 122._ Milwaukee Depot. _Leavß.j_*Daily. tExceDt Sunday.TArrive." • 7:soam;Chicago,La Crosse,Milw'keel*lo:sopm • :00pm Chicago.La Crosse.Milw'kee •12:30pm • 6:2spm|Chicago,La Crosse.Mllw'kee|* 3:2opm *7:3opai Chicago-Fioaeer Limited b:29am • 3:46pm:Chic'gi», Faribault, Dub'que * 9:2oam ] ? 3:oopm .Red Wing raid Rochester. jU :3opm 7:soam LaCrosse, Dub., Rk. Island Uo:sopm • V:soanijNorthneld, Furlbo, Kan.Cy. • 6:lspm t9:25&mi... Ortonville, Itilbank ...t 5:45pm i • 7:3spm|Ortonville, Aberdeen. Fargo* 6:55 am ' J 7:lspm .Northfleld, Faribo, Austin. |H:2Bam t 4:4opm) ....Hutchinson. Glencoe t 9:45 am Office, M .\'ic. Phone, malu 860. Union Depot. • Leave. I'Daiiy. fEs.Sun. JSun. only.| Arrive. t 8:45ai5 St.i Cloud, Fer. Falls, FarKojt.6:32pm t B:4sam ...Willmar via St. Cloud...|t 5:32pm •o:soam] nasi[^:oo P :n ,t 9:43amlWhlmar. Su F.,Yan..Su City t s:o2pm j s:l2pm|Elk River, Milaca.Sandsfne t s:o2pm T s:oopni|..\Vayzata and Hutchinson.. t B:sUam • 9:o3pmj..Minn. and Dak. Express.. • 7:ooam • 7:4opniiFargo, Gd; Forks, Winnipeg]* 7:l2am bASTERM i'ijirsWESOY/i. t 9:2oam ...Duluth, West Superior...)t6:o3pm • *ll:sopm|...Duluth, West Superior...|* 6.10 am Sleeper for 11:60 train ready at 9 p. m. Chicago Great Western ! "The Map;o Leaf Route." f° J City Ticket Office, sth & Nlcollet, Minneapolis. ' Depot: Washington & 10th Aye. S. j tEx. Sunday. Others Dally. | ifiDlie FOT | fllTiilfi ff()|]| I Kenyan. Dodge . Center, 7:40 am 10:35 pm Oelwein, Dubuque, Free- 7:35 pm 8:25 am : port, Chicago and East.. 10:45 pm 1:25 pm j . Cedar Falls,Waterloo.Mar- 10:00 am 8:00 pm I shalltown, Dcs Moines, 7:35 pm 8:25 am St. Joseph, Kansas City. 10:45pm 1:25 pm Cannon Falls and Red! 7:40 ami 8:00 pm _Wing_._ LL1 .^ j:J It 7:35 pm]tlO:2s am ! Northfleld, Faribault, Wat 7:40 am|tlO:3s pm tervllle, Mankato | 6:30 pm 10:25 am Mantorville, Kenyon | 5:30 pmj 10:25 am Minneapolis & St. Leuis R. R. Offlce.Nlc. House. Phone 225. St. Louis Depot ! jEx.Sunday. Others Dally. I Leave. | Arrive. I iWatertown & Storm Lake Express t 9:20 am t 5:21 pm Omaha, Dcs Moines, Kan sas City, Mason City and Marsha 11 town t 9:35 am f 6:50 pm Esthervilla Local 5:50 pm 9:24 am flt.Louls & Chlc'go Llmlt'd 7:35 pm 8:05 am j Omaha and Dcs Moines Limited 8:85 pm 7:25 am Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sacit Ste. Marie Office, 119 Guaranty Building. Telephone 1341. Depot, 3d and Washington Ayes S. Leave. | 'Daily. tE!xcept_ Sunday. | ArriveT ! • 9:45 am|....Pacific Coast"Points.77.l* 6:lspm ' • 6:3spm|. ...Atlantic Coast Points....|« 9:3oam Depot, 6th and Washington Aves~X. }8:15pm1.... Qlenwood Express ....If B:l6am ' B:Ssam[.... Rhlnelander Local .... t B:ospm . Rurlinrtnn Route Office, 414 Niooiiet Aye. DUriIUgtUUnUUIC. ■p noneS 4«. Union Depot Leave for | Terminal Points. | Ar. from 7 :Boam'ohic«go — Except Sunday. T!sbpm 7 :Soam 1 Bt. Louis—Except Sunday 7:3opmiOhlo. and St. Louis—D&ily. B:2sam WISCONSIN CENTRAL RAILWAY CO. Office, £30 NiooUet Phone 1936. Union Depot m Leave. | All Trains Dally. _|Arrlva. 7:25 am Chicago, Milwaukee and ln-| 8760 am 7:05 pm termediate points. [ 5:35 pm j Household xood* a speoialty. L'n •qualed facilities and lowest rates. Packing by experienced men. Transfer & Fuel Co., 46 So.TMrdSL ■ T«l«Dnone Main 666— both exchange*. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE New "York Rotterdam, via Boulogne-sur-Mer. Twln-Screw S. S. 12,500 tons, DATCfftifii Saturday, Nov. 2, 10 A. M. rUIO UMIW Twin-ScrewS. S. 8.300 tons, RnTTFRnAU Saturday, Nov. 9. 10 A. M. nu I ■ CnilAM AMSTKKDA M, Saturday, Nov. 16, 10 A. M." . Holland-America Line, 39 Broadway. N. V., 86 La Salle St., Chicago. 111. Brecke & Ekman, Gen. Nor.-West Pass. Acts., 1213 d St., Minne apolis, Minn-.' ■ * MERRY BROS, sa south rsaLt&nw bskmjs, 7thsr/t£Er STEAM DYE HOUSE. General Dry Cleaners and Dyers. ;; 1^ TELEPHONE 3570-Ji §NO CURE. l*O PAY. MEN.—Throw away your medicine. If you have email, weak organs, lost power or weakening drains, oar Vacuum Organ Developer Trill restore you. No drags. Stricture and Varleocele permanently cured in 1 to 1 weeks; 75,000 in use; not one failure; not one returned; effect immediate; no C.O.D. fraud write for free particular*, sent sealed In plain envelope. LOCAL APPLIANCE CO. 204 Thorp Elk, Indianapolis, Ind. ; This signature is on every box of the genuine • Laxative Brpmq*Quinine Tablets Dm waedyUbit cores a cold to on* da/. ■■:■■■ Over 2000 Hospitals Duffy's ,Pure Malt Whiskey is the only pure, reliable alcoholic stimulant to administer to patients in cases of grip, consumption, dyspepsia, general debil ity, nervousness, weak heart and low fevers. Montevub Hospital, Frederick, Md. 19R&-- DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO. /"fefeTfejffil^L--3R Gentlemen: It has been about one -^^^^^^^^^10^^ year since I first began to use Duffy's ~< fl^^-^^^^l^^^^^^SSk Pure Malt Whiskey both in prescrip- V.iHoF'si«^^-^lllßiJ^^ fIIwWJTDH tion and laboratory work in this insti- '^j|j|?^^^Mj^:A^KA^j£Mfiviii^lj tution. I find it a most effectual, i^^S^^^J^^i^««^^^H^ invigorating, alcoholic stimulant, and ™ffii^^i^^^J|j|^ff^"R prefer it to any other, as I believe it -»»•-..-.» , a.v» to be absolutely pure. Its action on the general economy and the entire system is. more effective than any other whiskey I have tried, and our patients take more kindly to it. As long as the quality remains at the present stan dard I shall always use it wherever an alcoholic stimulant is required, especially in that class of convalescents who need what we call "predigested foods" I find from experience that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey acts gently, not vigor ously, on the digestive system. We will always use it to the exclusion of all others on account of its absolute purity and the excellent results we have received from its use. I am, Very kindly, H. P. FAHRNEY, M.D. Use Exclusively Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has brought the blessing of health to thou sands of homes during the past forty years. There is none, "just as good as" t Duffy's. The dealer who says so is think jfi^j, ing of his profits, not of your health. ftyk^-^ jffagjpP llfc\v c kre usTng butty's Pure Malt SsfwSS! &SSS^lljfiS& Whiske. v in the St- Joseph's Hospital ll^^S^^^tf'^ aS a stimulantl because; we believe it PAWTtJCKET EMERGENCY HOSPITAL. ''rt"^-C li^f^^S have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey and A»*^S^^j^i^l3fKs^^^a, are now using it at this hospital. We con- sider it an excellent preparation, used /fi^^^^^^g^^^rSß&^^T stomach. It is the ideal stimulant for the >^^jllßllf^l^[lMlPil^^t invalid where one of this character is mY4^S^il^^,^^^^^^^» Francis M. Harrington, Surgeon-in-Chief. W^^ffi^&3&m&*^ John W. Gorman, Resident Physician. «6^iliir«i f2l' W _—^»» Easton Hospital, Easton, Pa. tll2^rW^iJ««a^^* I have used Duffy's Pure Malt j "^n |fe^g^«sSS^^|il >.£fa_ Whiskey in my practice, and have I WSikf^W^W^t^^W^^^tS^^ always found it to do good work. I I ffl I § SliffiEilPilPlraß'H IP believe it to be perfectly pure. It is I^Rg^^y^^^^^i^^^Ugig-^2^ retained by the most irritable stomach. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a form of food already digested, for the convalescent or the weak and tired a teaspoonful in half a glass of milk, three I times a day, will soon build up strength and energy. It can be retained by the most sensitive stomach. 7,000 doctors prescribe it. : Duffy's Pure Halt Whiskey • CAUTION: We wish to caution our patrons against so-called "Duffy's I Malt Whiskey" sold in bulk and unsealed bottles. Duffy's Pure Malt Whis i key is sold in sealed bottles only. If offered for sale in bulk or unsealed ; bottles it is a fraud. Insist on getting the genuine. Refuse substitutes. The distinguished writer of the following letter has served her beneficent I mission at the head of some of the largest curative and charitable institutions in the country:— ■ :. I It gives me great pleasure to recom- I ***<%t>""' o "*>**. i mend Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, j^^jb Jk Hy^S which I have used for consumptives a^t jin the last stages of the dread disease. /j£si%is^S£S?£ c^PSxc2>\. ; Aside from its medicinal properties it j^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^O^K is very mild. The patient can retain 'As^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^V 'down, write us. It will cost you noth- V / I ing to learn how to regain health, V lifeliF / ! energy and vitality. Medical booklet \ fllp^ / < the government as a medicine. This is a /ll!«'V/I hS*>^ i guarantee. All duggists and grocers, or V**Zr j direct, $1 a bottle. —— ■ , DUFFY iAII WHISKEY CO.,% %chesterY ster' No SUSEL OIU m R&liahilSiy I i2Ja You readily know the meaning of M ■&JJ that word and would hardly Ijquire, m I but In the &SEp| 0/oMA trade that | f&j?js ■ ■ ••SHI/ word means • B ■Fischer l|jjdii The world's record for successful g| Ht£Bi piano building and selling lias U KgpSsj been m ide by keeping ahead of m Ij^y the times and uniformly produc- H rajm ing instruments of superior mer- m ££%9 it. "Reliable" expresses it in m [^^S - tone, endurance and finish. H i|||» Sold on Easy Payments g I Howard "^i? H Farwe/l&Co 1 HELD WITHOUT BAIL. Special: to The Journal. . . ' _ , i Grand Forks, N. D., Oct. 28.—1n the munici- ! pal court in-East Grand Forks the prelim- J mary examination of Frank Gallagher took place ' before ' Judge Sullivan and the de fendant was held to the district court without bail on the charge of highway robbery and assault with intent to kill. Gallagher is thought to be a desperate character and the authorities are now looking for his partner. j9 Dealers ondlkv&fsts sett it I ;B ST.PAUL» B^NZNINNEAPOLIS.6 . :■. -■■>"■' r. • ■-■■■ - -- '■ ■■■-■■: ■•:■■-' rHE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. MINNESOTA SLAYTOX—Mart Caughey, a stranger, was kicked to death by horses In a livery barn. SLEEPY EYE—Mrs. P. Geschwind. an old resident, died after an illness of but five hours. DODGE CENTER—The house of Oscar San ford burned yesterday. .Most of the contents were saved. WHITE EARTH—Agent Simon Michelet and party left for Wild Rice river to pay the annuity to the Indians residing there. WINONA—Over 100 normal students went to Trempeleau mountain Saturday for the pur pose of studying the line of geography. AUSTIN—C. W. Saehse, an old citizen of Mower county, was killed by a Chicago Great Western train. He was 75 years of age. STILLWATER—CharIes A. Grant died, aged 62 years. He had lived in StiUwter many years.—Louis Habsch of St Cloix coun ty died, aged 90 years. HERMANTOWX—Frank Taquette, the 34 --year-old son of Mrs. Taquotte fell under the wheels of an ore train and both legs were cut off. He Is in a critical condition. CROOKSTON—Superintendent Sellect of the city schools and Superintendent Butler of Ada completed arrangements for the debate be tween the schools to be held in this city on Dec. 14. ELK RIVER—The Northern Pacific const train struck a farm wagon loaded with potatoes, and completely demcnlishpd it, kill ing one horse. The owner, A. JE.'Emberson, escaped with severe cute. DULUTH—John Lynch, engineer of the tug Tempest, saved the lif<? of the 5-year-old son of John Azinsky of Lake avenue S, from drowning.—The linemen of the Zentth Tele phone company have struck for an eight-hour day. NORTH DAKOTA GRAND FORKS—After several days of In tense suffering the little daughter of Christian Zioganbln died from the result of burns about the chest and upper portion of the body. FARGO—Judge Pollock has sentenced Well- I lngton Nelson to the reform school and Wil liam Morgan of Hope^to one year aDd a | half in the penitentiary for running a blind pig-—D. S. McDermid, assistant physical director at the Minneapolis Y. 11. C. \ has been eelected for director of the local V M C. A.—Bishop Mann writes tht he will estab lish his residence in Fargo. Chicago to Buffalo and Return f6.TS. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in October the Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls Route," will sell tickets at $6.75 for the round trip from Chicago to Buffalo and return. As tickets at these extremely low rates are good in day coaches only, the daylight train of the Michigan Central leaving Chicago in the morning will offer most satisfactory serv ice. Four fine through trains each way. All trains passing Niagara Falls by day light stop five minutes at Falls View. Very low rates are also made every day for tickets good in sleeping cars. For particulars address O. W. Ruggles, gen eral passenger and ticket agent, Chicago. Anglo-Saxon Race May Consolidate Brussels, Oct. 28.—The Independence Beige says that the nations of the con tinent are paving the way for a situation that is likely to breed a plentiful crop of troubles for themselves, in their discussions of action upon the Boer question. The British nation is fully conscious of the danger arising from universal dislike, says that newspaper, and may make a supreme effort to consolidate the Anglo- Saxon race the world over where Burope's commercial and industrial supremacy would be seriously threatened. TURNED THE TABLES Mrs. Gebhardt Gets a Divorce and Freddie Pays the Freight. A COUP BY HIS LATE CONSORT She Arrived Unannounced, Proved Desertion and Remained to Eat One Meal. Special to The Journal. Sioux Falls, S. D., Oct. 28.—The result of the Gebhardt divorce proceedings is regarded here as a decided victory for Mrs. Gebhardt. Figuratively speaking, she left the city with colors flying, while her ex-husband has had to acknowledge that his plans were sadly disarranged when he came in contact for the last time with the former Baltimore belle, who for years has been accustomed to having things her own way. Mrs. Gebhardt, after a divorce was granted her, did not lose any time in shaking the dust of Sioux Falls from her feet. She and her mother, Mrs. Morris of Baltimore, who accompanied her to the city, were here only long enough to eat one meal in South Dakota, and within an hour after the divorce was granted were again speeding on their way eastward. It is understood that the ex-husband was also required to give his ex-wife a hand some sum for alimony. This did not ap pear in the court proceedings, as it was ii tter arranged purely between the in! » ited persons outside of court. The only sum awarded her by the court was $1,000 to cover the costs of her trip to South Dakota, attorneys' fees, etc. When Gebhardt and the woman who was his wife for a period of about eight years entered the courtroom, from which they emerged with their marriage ties several in the most approved Dakota style, they selected seats as far removed from each other as possible. The only sign of recognition when they saw each other for the first time for over two years was a cold bow on the part of each. At the time of the bow the temperature in the courtroom took an apparent sudden drop of anywhere from thirty to forty degrees. During the hearing Mrs. Geb hardt sat with her back toward Gebhardt and gave no further indication of being aware of his presence in the room. In addition to restoring the principals to the suit to the condition of single per sons, with the right for each to remarry if they choose, the decision of Judge Jones, provides that neither shall hereafter have or claim any rights whatsoever against the other by virtue of the marriage being dissolved. It was further provided that nothing contained in the divorce decree shall operate to affect or avoid any set tlement heretofore made by the plaintiff upon the defendant, or to affect or alter any property contracts heretofore made between them. When Gebhardt arrived In Sioux Falls last April, accompanied by a liberal supply of heavily loaded trunks, and a valet, it was rumored that he had come for the purpose of remaining the necessary six months to establish a residence in order that he could apply for a divorce. When questioned about the rumor he stated that he was simply traveling around for his health, and, liking Sioux Falls, had decided to remain here for a time. After being here a short time he pur chased some residence lots, and the in formation was given out that he proposed erecting a handsome residence, to cost in ihe neighborhood of $15,000. But the lots yet remain vacant. He also joined the Dakota club, the local shooting club and the golf club, and took an active interest in promoting the sports of this section. He procured a handsome and costly cup, which was offered as a prize to the best marksman. No one believes for a moment that he intends remaining a citizen of Sioux Falls, and the haunts which knew him for more than six months will soon know him no more. To give an appearance of having taken up his residence here in good faiih he also had his personal effects assessed, and paid the taxes upon them. The purpose of his visit here was shown when on Sept. 30 last, he filed a suit in the state circuit court, in which he asked for an absolute divorce from his wife, Mrs. Louise Morris Gebhardt. Mrs. Geb hardt had until Nov. 2 to appear in per son or by attorney, and had she failed to appear by that time It is probable a divorce would have been granted Geb hardt by default. Mrs. Gebhardt, who is a strikingly hand some woman, tall and slender, was before her marriage Miss Louise Morris of Balti more. She was for years the acknowl edged belle of that city, and as such kept her set talking. Her feat of walking through a fountain in Baltimore one win ter night just because some one dared her to do it has been equalled by other ex ploits. For a year f>rior to the coming of Geb hardt to Sioux Falls the couple are said to have lived apart. Gebhardt took up his quarters at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York city, and she was domiciled in a beautiful home on East Seventy-ninth street, with a retinue of servants. A short time after Gebhardt departed from New York last April with his trunks and a valet for Sioux Falls, Mrs. Gebhardt left for Wastbury, L. 1., where Mr. Gebhardt built her a handsome country residence after their marriage. BLOCKED BY ROYALTY Negotiations for Danish West India Sale Hang: Fire. Copenhagen, Oct. 28. —The slowness of the negotiations between the government and L. S. Swenson, the United States min ister, in regard to the sale of the Danish West Indies is attributed to the influence of a member of the imperial family. Tho efforts to retard the negotiations proba bly will be continued in the hope that something will turn up to prevent the transfer of the islands. # OFFICIALS REMOVED Former United State* Commissioners at Nome llt-iiiK Investigated. San Francisco, Oct. 28. —Advices re ceived from Nome state that Judge Wick ersham has retired from office United States Commissioners J. L. Galen, R. N. Ctevens, Archie Wheeler and O. D. Coch ran. The grand jury is said to be Inves tigating charges which have been made against these former officials. GERMANS AND "CANUCKS" Overtures Made for Joint Steamship Line on the Pacific. Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 28. —The steam ship Olympia brings news from Shang hai that the North German Lloyd Steam ship company has made overtures to the Canadian Pacific Steamship company for the establishment of a joint German and Canadian Steamship company from orien tal to Vancouver and Puget sound points. Palpitation of the heart, nervousness, trembling, nervous headache, cold hands and feet, pain in the back, and other forms of weakness are relieved by Car ter's Iron Pills, made especially for tho blood, nerves and complexion. Buffalo Pan-American Tickets via the Nickel Plate Road, ?13 for the round trip, good 15 days; ?16 for the round trip good 20 days. Three daily trains with vestibuled sleeping cars. Meals in dining cars, ranging in price from 35c to $1. Address John Y. Callahan, General Agent, 111 Adams St., Chicago. KKwf A^H HfiV /^Si Minneapolis: /I I \A/^ carry heavier stocks in underwear than any other /A VY store in the Northwest. You can buy the best I VJ Underwear at prices that will astonish you. Spend V- 1 J a few moments with us tomorrow. It will pay you. ty 50 Styles of Best Domestic Underwear. I / I Worth up to $1.75, on Sale for $1.00. \ l\ Everything that is good and nothing that is bad in underwear in I / V this range— in ribs, in lamb's wool, i* sanitary cured, in medicated \ "I \ reds, in wool fleece lined, in worsted yarn, in cassimere yarn jll especially grand values —nearly a thousand dozen bought ur n I I der price, everything of which is thoroughly I f|| guaranteed—the values are simply unparalleled Q^ ~\ C\ C\ ill I —the crowds will be immense— in consequence I #\j \j 1.1 I I we advise early trading— sl.2s. $1.50 and some *"^ § If \ I $1.75 underwear on sale at. -JL_ Jt $II FAMOUS WRIGHT'S UNDER- 200 DOZEN GERMAN CASH • / I '"/^\ wear— Wool fleece, Jersey top, silk mere plush back underwear—extra- W/_/ L' <\ll effect, silk front, tailored drawers, ordinarily fine— sizes from 34 to 48 a/ exceptionally good looking under- —highly finished laments, that will wear that is worth 81.25, and OQ r cost you later $2.25—0n (£1 &f\ sold for $1.25— tomorrow <->/C sale tomorrow for vpJ-»^W AUSTRALIAN WORSTED UN- 15° DOZEN HEAVY FLEECE 500 DOZEN EXTRA HEAVY derwear, $I.so—Three colorings— Underwear—Jager mixture colors. Cotton Sox—fast color — probably made from luxurious, elegant and Se^ 9 at 6°c- Tremendous quantity 100 different patterns, in stripes and dependable worsted yarn—you pay of them. On sale tomorrow OQ~ solid effects and silkoline mixtures 83 and get no better for service and for /C —worth up to 25c —on sale Q r comfort—these ought to be 82.50. ONEITA COMBINATION SUITS for • -7^ We offer : shirts and drawers in — Button across or up and down — 150 DOZEN CHEMNITZ SOX all gins tomorrow, each, (M fA in derby rib-all sizes-this great worth to $1.00, at 25c-all new pat for ""- — • $±.JV favorite underwear is worth Qr. terns, wonderfully handsome designs FIVE CASES OF BALMORAL $L 2 sale tomorrow at.. ./J -seamless-most excellent 50c and Stripe—plush back, extra heavy 20 DOZEN SILK SPUN THREAD "5c grades—at, choice of the OC r Underwear— is not a garment Underwear—Beautiful French col- lot, for made that will eive better wear for orings—very high grade garments 100 DOZEN CASTLEGATE HOSE rough usage—warm and healthy— that will cost you from special hab- —strictly seamles—double heel and they are worth 80 cents—on C" A _ erdashers 50 per cent more (tn C'A toe—regular made and worth O C sale tomorrow at J\JL on sale for ,J>/»J\J 50c— sale for £jC IN A NUTSHELL Kansas City, Mo.—The eighth annual con vention of the National Association of Agri cultural Implement and Vehicle Manufactur ers will meet here Wednesday. Washington—Brigadier General Fred C. Ainsworth, chief of the record and pension office, in his annual report to the secretary of war, shows that 181,982 cases were received and disposed of during the fiscal year. Uniontowon, Pa.—The western slope of the Allegheny mountains, through Fayette coun ty, is ablaze from the Yough river through into West Virginia, and mountaineers are fleeing from their doomed homes with their families. Washington—The coinage of gold for the world during the last calendar year was $354, --936,497, a decrease from $466,110,014 for the preceding year. The coinage of silver was $177,011,902, an increase over the preceding year of $10,8&4,958. Washington—ln spite of Root's determina tion that 42,000 men are sufficient to preserve order in the Philippines, the opinion of com petent military observers, who have just re turned from the archipelago, is that 60,000 soldiers are needed. St. Louis. Mo.—The International Brother hood of Electrical Workers elected W. H. Jackson, of Chicago, grand president; H. W. Sherman, Rochester, N. V., secretary; F. C. Sheen, Hartford, Conn., treasurer, and J. J. Reynolds, Minneapolis, Minn., fourth vice president. j South Bend, Ind.—Mrs. Rebecha Webb and I her son, Charles, were found, evidently euf- I fering from slow poison. The young man ] died, thp mother cannot live, and his brother, j U. G. Webb, who, it is alleged, was-ordered from home several days ago, is under arrest. His sister, Cora, aged 20, is under police sur veillance. ! Chicago—Miss Bessie Kaywood, whose love j affair with Walter Henry has brought her so much publicity recently, is at the home of • Judge C. S. Cutting, at Austin. Judge Cut ! ting said: "Miss Kaywood will settle her love affair with Walter Henry herself. It is ' her own personal matter, for she is of age, i and no one has a right to interfere with I her." Chicago—Father Jeremiah J. Crowley, late ! pastor of St. Mary's church, at Oregon, 111., j has been excommunicated by Archbishop i Feehan, of the Chicago diocese, because of at i tacks upon fellow pastors of the Catholic j faith and charges of favoritism, fraud and ! cruelty which he made at the time Father Muldoon was consecrated as auxiliary bishop of the Chicago flioceae. i Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.—The Chippewa i county board of supervisors has approved the I project of the St. Mary's Power company to j divert the waters of the river into a canal i which the company proposes to construct j north of the ship canal, in the rapids. The new canal will supply 20,000 additional horse power and will make a total of 125,00 horse power developed at this point. Nacodoehes, Texas—County Judge McDon ald, of San Augustine county, has appealed to the governor for rangers on account of in telligence that reached here that about eighty members of the Wall faction had assembled at Tobe, Sabine county, and were making \ preparations to march on San Augustine for the purpose of avenging the death of the six Walls who have been killed on the borders. CABLE FLASHES London—Several Boers who were captured, wearing kahki uniforms, were court-martialed and shot. St. Petersburg—lt is officially announced that Russia and China have concluded an agreement as to Manchuria. Vienna-^Twenty-three persons have been eaten by wolves, says the Neuez Weiner Journal, while working in the fields near Witebsk, Poland. Paris—What is considered as the perfection of multiple telegraphy has Just been demon strated in a series of experiments between Paris and Bordeaux, by means of an appa -1 ratus invented by M. Mercadier. No dlffl i culty was found in transmitting, by the same : wire, sixteen simultaneous messages, which were received by an equal number of opera tors without the slightest confusion. Blanket Sale. We are headquarters for blankets. Our blanket sale is now in full blast and we are offering bargains such as only the manufacturer can offer. If you need blankets we can save you money. North Star Woolen Mill Co., 228 Second street S, Minneapolis, Minn. Metronomes $1.90 At Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S. I ?h? PEERLESS »? ■SSj I L^YOU!* MOUTH || i|lPi YOUR PIPE liPl AND CHEW IT 11 1118 AND SMOKE IT WgM I *&\ 8 Hours m\ pf[^LE5S 10 Hours 7^ I NOT MADE BY A TRUST li^g OCTOBEE 28, 1901. RIMNS For five years I suffered miseries with what the doctors pronounced indigestion and torpid liver. I could not eat the lightest food without great pain and distress. My nerves were affected so that I could not sleep at night. I was advised by a friend to give Ripans Tabules a trial and did so. It was the greatest thing I ever did, as I am well and hearty to-day by taking only one dozen of the five-cent boxes. They are worth their weight in gold to me. At Druggists. The Five-Cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion. The family bottle, 60 cents, contains a supply for a year. lOWA CEDAR FALLS—Rev. Father B. W. Coyle, prominent in state Catholic circles, died yes terday at the age of 70. COUNCIL BLUFFS-The Chicago Great Western is making rapid strides in securing a right of way into this city. It has just concluded the purchase of Trinity church property, paying $4,500 for it. SIOUX CITY—Leo Rex, the son of an Eng lish earl, who is in the British revenue ser vice at Benares, East Indies, said here that while traveling up and down the west coast of Africa recently he met a Christian mis sionary who represented a church in the United States. The missionary maintained a harem and had eight or ten native black women. DES MOlNES—Twenty-five pioneer citizens of Dcs Moiues, all over 8') years of age, gave the annual banquet of the lowa Octogenarian Society, at the Kirkwood Hotel, Saturday. Xoah Broadway Bacon, the patriarch of the club, will celebrate his 102 d birthday in De cember.—Twenty students of Drake university have volunteered to sacrifice a square inch of cuticle each to save the life of Fred BJork lund, who was burned iv a laboratory acci dent. Throtiuh Tonriat t'nrn. The old familiar way—tried and proven. See Minneapolis & St. Louis agents for lowest rates to California. 1 ■■ ' ■■". ' ' ■ Is the largest business college equipment in the United States. Day and even ing sessions. Tuition expenses greatly reduced. Accommodations for 2.500 students annually. Six months' evening school, with all books, reduced to $15; one year, $25. Complete course in shorthand by mall, with all books, reduced to only $5. Enter any time. Catalogue free. WISCONSIN LA CROSSE—William C. Roddle, one of th« oldest settlers of this county, died in Ona laska, aged 60 years. NORTH BEND—David Randall, who has lived the life of a reoluse In a hut for years, is dead. He had been a miser and is thought to have left $500,000. WEST SUPERIOR—The rivet-heaters at the local barge works have gone out on a strike, and as a result almost the entire plant is tied up and work has ceased on two boats. MILWAUKEE—A. L. Lawton. a prominent politician of Colorado Springs, died at the Plaukinton House.—Sheriff E. J. Si'lilvan, of Crookston, Minn., took Frank Armstrong, ac cused of robbing an East Grand r"orks cloth ing store, bank to Minnesota for trial. fl3 to Buffalo Pan-American and Re turn fl3 via the Nickel Plate Ro&d daily, with limit of 15 days; 20-day tickets at $16 for the round trip, 5-day tickets at $6 for tho round trip on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, the latter good only in coaches. Through service to New York and Boston and lowest available rates. 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