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NEW YORK IS t
S. FLOOD BOPND
Many of Gotham's Streets Are Im-
' passable to PedestriansCar
'Cellars Flooded, Sidewalks Washed
Away, and 12 Feet of Water
\ in Railroad Yards.
Truckmen Heap a Rich Harvest Fer
rying Passengers Across the
, Flooded Streets.
New York, Oct. 9.After twenty
four hours of pouring rain New York
- river front wert
instances there was loss on goods
stored there. West street, in front of
i the down-town ferries to Jersey City
and Hoboken, was flooded, and passe n
gars were carried across it in drays
von. Man y ueuai a muug tii INUXLIh I 1882, when 6 and 17-100 inches of rain were flooded, and in some - ..... . ,. . rphe territory covered by the flood
extends about ten miles. Al l the low
lying ground between Paterson and
Pompton Lake is under waiter. Travel
between Paterson and the village of
Butler is cut off except by boat.
Rain Put Out Fires. '
The downpour in the early morning
was so great that the rain went down
the chimneys of many east side tene
ments, putting out fires and flowing
into rooms. I n several blocks the ten
ants of the tenement houses placed
canvas over the chimneys.
The tracks of the New York Central
along the Hudson river were covered
Pine street from Broadway %o Beav
er street, one of the busiest parts of
the financial district is almost under
mined through the washing away of a
newly constructed sewer. Parts of
the sidewalk and street sank percepti
bly, and because of a series of breaks
in the steam pipes of the New York
heating company the broken street
surface gave out steam like an active
and grocers' wagons, temporarily
. pressed into service.
' Trolley Tied up.
Trolley traffic at S t George, Staten
, Isla nd was Completely tied up by a
rush of water over the tracks between
, Stapleton and S t George. The water
was two feet deep in South street at
the New York side of the Fulton street
Passengers arriving on the ferry
boats waded thru the water up to their
knees until the dealers in the Fulton
market used large boxes to build a
bridge across the street. The bridge
blocked the street for truck traffic,
, but a section of the bridge had to be
, removed every few minutes to admit
* the passi ng of horse cars.
Nassau street between Wall and
. Pine streets, was closed on accou nt of
a washout in the middle of the street.
Pedestrians waded thru a foot of wa volcano.
ter. The sidewalk at the corner of
the subtreasury building was under
Part of a dam across the Kamapo
river near Pompton Lake, N . J., was
washed out, inundating the valley be
low. A number of hous es were
fvflooded, but there were no fatalities.
J Working Gfrls Marooned.
* The water was two feet deep in
' West street in front of the ferry house
J of the Barcl ay street ferry to Ho
boken. For nearly an hour working
.girls and women waited in the ferry
v house marooned by the flood until
truckmen came to their rescue. Every
ferryboat was met by half a dozen
* truckmen and the passengers, instead
i of hearing the usual "keb, keb , ker
*rige, kerrige," were greeted with,
* "Take ye r across the street for a
* Many thousands of men and women
J were unable to reach their places of
* business to-day owing to washouts
* and landslides on the railroads and
trolley lines in New Jersey, Long
Island and Westchester county. The
Newark branch of the Erie railroad
was reported to be entirely tied up.
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self in the privacy of the home. There
is no record of its ev er failing to cure Our session is nearing a close. W e
the most severe, aggravated and long shall probably complete our labors
Mrs. R . T . C
Mississippi, writes: "I suffered awf ul munication between Laurier and Se n
torture for years from piles. I used ator Fairbanks. I f all goes well the
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thre days.." arranged.
'After going through a frightful surl what caen donf It win h*
Amos Crocker, of Worcester, writes
Fall and Winter Shapes
.:-' 'v: Special :f gt|
Adelaide Gordon's Plain Talks on Cor
rect Social Usage.
Two Pages of Colored.Comic Pictures
by Hirt and Greening. ""*' ' s ' ' * -
The Servant Girl Problem in pictures
by "Bart." .
^ " vipers xamous.^ngusn war corre-
twenty-four onl hundredt h? spondent llustrating present conditions
nv.e As n ~f V.J *n s +-u~ *- the .Balkans. inch of rain had fallen in the twe n. -
ty-four hours endi ng at 9 a. m . to-day
and it was still raining hard. This ries continued
was believed to be near a record rain
Many trolley lines and railroads and day s news
, were either crippled or delayed and
In New York city a conduit contain
ing seventy telegraph wires was so
flooded as to disable all the wires. A
heavy flood in the Bronx damaged
t he packing houses of Schwartzchild
& Sulzburger, Swift & Co., and Nelson
Morris & Co., and a portion of the
freight yard of the New York Central
was covered by twel ve feet of water.
A watchman who had sought refuge
on the top of a car was rescued.
From all parts of the city were re-
' ceiv ed reports of flooded cellars,
t flooded sewe rs and impassable gut
F ters. cellars alo ng t hee Nort
n the Balkans .
The Incomparable "Emmy Lou" Sto -
A New Record Made.
Local Forecast Officer Emery said
that he believed this was a record
rainfall. The highest previo us record
he could discover occurred Sept. 23,
f ell in twenty-four hours.
A six-inch water main in Pea rl
street burst, tore up the pavement and
flooded a 25-foot excavation for the
MISSIONARIES WILL SPEAK
w. B. M. I. Meeting Will Hear Repre
sentatives of All Its Fields.
Special to The Journal.
Winona, Minn., Oct. 9.At the thirty
fifth annual meeting of the Women's
Board of Missions of the Interior, to be
held in this city Oct. 27, 28 and 29, a
number of misionarie will be present.
Miss Annie L. Howe of the Glory kin
dergarten, Japan, will speak Tuesday eve
ning. Miss Emily R. Bissell from India
will represent a high caste India widow
In costume. Other visitors from the wide
harvest field will be Miss Jane G. Bvans,
China Miss B. .P. Schwartz, Japan Miss
Mary E. Moulton, India Miss Anna B .
Johns, Turkey Misses Nellie O. Prescott
and Charlotte D e Forest, Mexico.
Rev. J. H. George, D. D., president of
the Chicago theological seminary, will
give the address on Wednesday evening.
There will be a children's meeting Tues
day at 4 p. m., when several missionaries
will speak. The local committees antici
pate an attendance of a hundred and
fifty delegates from out of the city.
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and convince yourself beyond a doubt
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and thousands of others if you follow
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You may have tried so many reme
dies that you feel that yours is a hope
less case. You may have become dis -
-vcouraged and suffered so long that it
CANADA NOT SO ANXIOUS
Sentiment in the Dominion in Favor
of Reciprocity Seems to
' Be Waning.
Special to The Journal.
Bosto n, Oct. 9.William E , Brig
ham, secretary of the New England
Reciprocity League, has received a
letter from a hig'h official source in
Canada, of which the following is the
most important part:
"It is, of course, undeniable that the
anxiety for reciprocity in Canada has
diminished very greatly and the coun
try would not view the failure of ne
gotiations in the same light as it would
have done a few yea rs ago, still I have
eve ry faith in the probability of se
curing the acceptan ce of a treaty If
t he joint high commission meets, as
I thi nk it will be likely to do , by the
first of December.
some time next week. Prorogation
probably will be followed by a corn-
Se^iS^anTffSfcW^cSSSS? ^..relation, between Canada and
James Kenton, Memphis, Tenn.
says: "I suffered the torture of itch
ing piles for years, and not even mer
curial ointment would relieve m e
''&*!*L&*y"* * Cure ESS" Vhich one oAS
fcured me entirely." ,
Pyramid Pile Cure is for sale by all shin enter
druggxsts, or will be se nt upon receipt
of price, 50 cents a package by Pyra
mid Drug Co., Marshall, Mich.
Wri te for free booklet on the nature
treatment and cure of piles.
TO CURE A COLD IN OSTB DAY -
Bromo Quinine Tablets, All
druggists refund the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature Is on. each box. 26c.
There is quality in r ,
^tthat maintains its shape to.
. the very end. ,,
Softfand Stiff Hats
K : YOURfij DEALER.
T he Fif th in the Alaska Series by the
Editor of The Journal.
Haskin's Clear Sketches of men and
things in British Columbia.
One of Frank H . Spearman's Rail
Tales of Other Wars in the Balkans,
by Villiers, famous. English war corr e
A n- d in addition, the regular features
T he hundreds of people in the stalled
trains were forced to remain where
they were for many hours, owing to
the fact th at the streams had over
flowed their banks and flooded the
roads, making them almost impass
able for vehicles.
illlfiWON'T BE D 0?f A FRIDAY
SENATOR T. O. PI/ATTv
New York, Oct. 9.Senator' Piatt w,*,.**- *
Continued from-* ffif at Page J .-I:
vestigation into the affairs o t he post
office department, Mr.XJastle .replied in
the negative. '- ' /\. " " ' /
"I know of no charges,*'he said.''"If
there were any I would not^ of course,
be allowed to resign. The- .only ^criticism
of myself of which I tun aware was made
by Mr. Tulloch, and I made *eply to his
statement last May. I have, of course,
seen the newspaper statements^ that- I
would be reflected upon by. the- reports
to be made by Mr. Bristow and by Messrs.
Bonaparte and Conrad.. I know nothing
as to the accuracy of this report and cg,n,
only say that I shall be prepared to an
swer any criticisms when" made." " "
"My only reason for, resigning is that
which has been given. I wanted to get
out of official life,. and was especially
anxious to avfeid spending the last summer
in Washington. I was.urged, however, to
remain until the investigation:could be
made, and now that It is over I want to
get out before the congressional season
commences. I t may go on indefinitely,
and I do not care, to wait upon-its ter
mination." ' - *
Mr. Castle said the report that h e
is a director of a mining company
which is reported to have been en
gaged In selling stock to postmasters
was not true, but added that if he had
been a director in a mining company .a-ncee
there would have be en no ground for ""* *
criticism in that circumstance.
BONAPARTE'S JtEPORT. *"*
It I s Really Responsible for Captain
From The Journal Bureau, Boom. 46, Post Build
ing, Washington. , -. M - i '
Washington, Oct. 9.Therejrfgria
tlon of Captain Castle is directly due
to the report of Messrs. Bonaparte and
Conrad on the Tullo ch charges. N o
reflection is made up.on Captain Cas
tle's integrity, but it was thought best,
in view of conditions existing in the
postoffice department and the state of
the public mind, that his long contem
plated purpose of resigni ng should be
carried out .
Some question has arisen In the
postal Investigation Undertaken by
Bonaparte and Conrad a s to the re
sponsibility of the treasury depart
ment thru its auditing and controllers'
bureaus for improper vouchers. Their
attitude seems to be that the auditor
should be absolutely assured of the
integrity of the voucher, while the
treasury view is that the primary re
sponsibility must be taken by the de
partment expending the money, the
postoffice department in this case,
and that each coordinate department
must be credited with integrity of pu r
pose and administration.
There are a few accounts which
have be en passed by Auditor Castle in
postal affairs which the investigation
showed were Improper and the ques
tion is whether the auditor could rea
sonably be expected to detect the ini -
propriety. Such amounts are very
sma ll in the aggregate" of business
transacted, but still sufficiently notice
able in the critical state of the public
mind to make the department willing
that there should.be a change.
Since the president returned from
Oyster. Bay he has given careful con
sideration to the Bonaparte report and
in the past few days there have been
several conferences between'him and
Secretary Shaw and Postmaster Gen
eral Payne. The" report severely ar
raigns all accounting officers, includ
ing Controller Traceweli and former
Postmasters General' Smith and
Perry S. Heath, for having passed the
accounts mentioned in the Tullo ch
A s a consequence a quiet-tip was
passed along to Captain Castle that
as .he had expressed his intention to
resign some time ago the resignation
would be accepted now if tendered. -
Captain Castls said' tc-day that h e
had n d knowledge of the contents of
.the Bonaparte report. I f there are
reflections upon htm in that report
he hoped he would have an. oppor
tunity to reply. H e would rather take
them up as a .private citizen, as then
" he could speak more clearly" tjiah~ if
he-were in the attitude o fighting
to retain his place, i 'Captain- Castle
added:" '. ' "K.vc" - ----- -
"Last spring I intimated to Secre
to establish betS
ten get together and see
t he United States or enter upon a
career where w e shall be governed
exclusively by our belief as to what
our own fntersets require. I feel
anxious to see the end reached and to
roads th at
lead . into a parting of the ways we
the Wido^^mefer) Decide
BONBS FOR LIGHTS
South Stillwater wft Vote Them Again
6n the 20th.
Speolal to The Journal : , n
Stillwater, Minn., Oct. 9.The
South-Stillwater Will hold a special elec
tio n on the 20th to vote on issuing bonds
an electric. light plant.
of. a sum. not less than '^ToW'or more ^ S^S^JS^SSSS^ SfhSf
tnan $15,000 for tne'iiurpose t putting in **** toe bones and-,joints and. causing the hair
an Hfrh t nlon t Th n
once before, but in a sum larger than the
council felt warranted to authorize.
The city, council, in .committee of the
whole,, last night took Up the matter of
the paving assessments on ' Myrtle : and
Chestnut Streets. The city will bear a
part of the expense and the abutting prop
erty on Myrtle will be assessed at the
rate of $3.25 a front foot and on Chest
nue ,at the rate of $2.75. The difference
in the rates is. due ^ o the fact that the
street railway pays a part of the expense
Judge Williston has made an order di
recting the Matt Clark children, among
the heirs of the late Isaac Staples, to
make an accounting with W. G. Bro'nson
another heir, who made the fight for them
under an agreement fo share in the suc
cessful outcome of their suit. '
The City Bowling league was organized
last night with W . E . Bastbn president
and Charles ,F. McMillan secretary and
treasurer. There are six teams, an& nine
ty games will be1
LILLIAN T. JANEWAY,
announces a change In the date of his
weddin g, which had been set for Oct.
16. The veteran statesman has dis
covered th at this date^Is a Friday and
he declines to risk placing himself un
der the power oi the^evii spirits who
are said to have authority over the
day. I n this hie bride' to be, Mrs. Lill
ian T. Janeway, 'of Washington, agrees
with him. The weddtng Was been set
one day earlier.
HENR Y A. mm
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Traaw-AtlanticSteanisMp tines prac
tically Decide to Hemove^?iJI
' f, Grain From/Bat.' 7y
New York, Oct. 9.Grain may be
withdrawn soon from the list ,of ar
ticles upon which the IiondJn-*Liver
pool steamship'lines, ^operated IrOrh
t he various Atlantic .ports,, maintain
minimum rates. A t a meeting of rep
resentatives of the various lines It
has be en decid ed to recommend such
withdrawa l, and the matter Has now
to be referred back, so far as the for
eign lines are ^ncerned
on the other side who sighed the
The International Mercantile Ma ^
rine company Withdrew the' Antwerp
rate last. week and is understood to
favor withdrawal so far as Liverpool
and London are concerned^-.
The movement is being -pushed-4
grain interests thruout the" country in
t he hope of bei ng able to compete on
more favorable terms .'with reduced
railroad and steamer rates, again st the
Canadian exporters. Much American
grain' is how going by way of the
Canadi an lines owing to- the lower
tariff Si rv
Special to The Journal
vNewoYork,. Oct. 9-.--The American
s&ys:.. "Th e Great Northern railway
held its annual meeting yesterday.
The inference is plain that the public,
when the^y were inveigled
Mss. Jariewa*y.is twice a wido w, and
.has a daughter 20 year of age. She is
considered one of the handsomest
women in Washington, She.is noted
for her superb goWmj, and Jewels. ,
The senator and his wi fe will live at
the Arlingt on hotel in Washington,
during vthe sessions of congress.
Mrs Jaheway has leased her splen
did Washington, home at 1314 I street
to Charles Hallett Keep, assistant sec
retary of the tre'asirry. -
tarjr-Shaw thatfBjRooTttld-like to resign,
but th at was Tab outi , the time of ithe
beginning of. the postoffice investi
gation, and he urgefr me^td stay and
give any assistance"I couia. Then
came the charges ^jTullolh, and I
could not retire ilnoer fl^. They
were effectually disposed of^ I think,
m my statement |.th secretary of
t he treasury. SoJSfelt thaSl could
carry out my pl^and retiWli
M y reasons 0Sfi' entirely personal.
'My relations ,^ith Secretary Shaw
*ave alwaysjteeh feiendiy.iMams.-re-
. turning to W^afe' lifg^fcause m y
businesWsinow in a^h shape that I
can be ^M*ortabl^.
CHEdK WAS FORGED -
Special .to The Journal.. ...
La Crosse,: Wis., Oct. ?'.William R.
JBennant, a brakeman on the Milwaukee
road between this city and Austin, Minn.,
was arrested here to-"day for attempting
to pass a forged check on the First Na -
tional bank of Austins The check was for
$28, and the name of George Sutton, pro
prietor of the Depot hotel at Austin, "was
signed 0 it..
: I was not asked
to resign. * I"have*held this office six
yea rs and a half, a longer term than
any/of, my predecessors, and am sat -
isfiedfwjth my^e^grd.. I shallj-emain
here, this winter ami next spring and
then return to St. Paul to spend % e
remainder of my'life."
For two years stories have been cir
culated about/Captain Castle's resigna
tion,, but each time they have been
denied vigorously. H e has always
coupled the. denial with the statement
that when-his real estate, investments
became productive he would retire
from -public life.' I t is' intimated that
the former stories of'his-resignation
have come from the treasury depart
ment with the purpose of forcing him
to get . out. But,-he would .not take
There have been frequent interviews
between the secreta ry and the audit or
the past few days and his resignation
was tendered vfe'rbally and later in
writing. It's prompt and curt accept
ancb y the secretary " indicated
strained relations "between the two .
Secretary Shaw refused to be inter
viewed to-day. .
A s soon as ,the news became known
in his bureau, subordinates flocked to
his office to express their regret. Sec
retary Shaw has tendered h e office to
a, man who is familiar with account
ing and as soon :as his acceptance is
received will announce the appoint
ment. ",,-,'- "'. '
HAVE YOU GOT BLOOD POISON
' If other doctors have not been able to'get
control of your avrfnl ~bloa -diseaseIf other
treatments hare not cured yondon't "give up
we will cura you-Hseba for it free trial treat
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this cursed blood disease. ^ ^
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and rthja certain, marvelous cure will be sent to
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..Blood Eoison,la a cruel master. It heeds not
toe cry of agony, nor the voice of prayer. It
sentiment iis n n_ i _ tor Jail OUt. It aan th oh-TifV. .
played, beginning on the
19th, for prizes..
The St. Croix is 13.4 feet above the
low water mark.N
,The current is not so
strong and it is expected the stage will
soon begin to recede. /
"Order Of #ie Graham XSem Formed In T**
^rj-\'t'* -.New Jersey. . _
NewYork, pt. ^.DyspepsiaJs respon
sible for the organization of an
nt***AiZ~ ..?:o YT ,
'Forty-seven members . have- pledged
themselves to do all in their power to win be troubled with Blood Poison and its evU
brings about diet reform. Members ate
required to report in writing their physi
cal condition every three irionths. ..^
* BAXTE OF THE U. P. RESIQN8.jM
Speoial to The Journal. ' J%
Omaha, N"eb.\ Opt. 9.^t)ivlslSn Super
inbandent Baxter of the Union.Paclfio haa
resigned, aand it.is reported that he will
Join the Dickinson-Orient road-
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Benhant attempted to pass the check
at,, several ..places in. this .city, and was
caught in the act by Detective Coary at
the Cameroon-Hotuse .fcuffet. Bennant says^
his home is -at Iron divert Mich. - *'''
A ^onderfuj. JNTew Discovery Cures
the Blood Tbison That Causes
: Fleers, Sores, Eats Flesh
and Bones Makes the '-
--*- , Hair.Fall Out. - - -
, destroys the powel r of love ,
WOman - "
'. "MY WORK H TO SAVE MEM FROM
BLOOD POISON AND DESPAIR." '-r~
cam Blood Poison. I have discovered the
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inter"Overcoat s flgf!
- * ''.f&JXE&E is a decided luxury in slipping on. a^i^.'i
jfei King & Co. overcoat. It fits per- ''*" 1
- *^p fectly. and is roomy and comfortable, afford- "
ing ease and freedom of motion. The styles for
, --* - ....
"AMERICAN'S" VIEW POINT
Hearst Organ Declares That the
', Northern SectGrities Scheme-*
X , . J * :a Gold Brick. _,
:?!f2eafs overcoats are the regular fly front coat 4 4
iiiclieC long, or the same style 4? and 56^ inches m **"*:":
v length the long, loose and stylish belt.coat, which " -
of winter warmth
: smarte and Surtout . The fabrics are -
r to the owners
. - iot, Frieze, Kersey, - Melton and Vicuna. The col- 's
ors are black, Oxford, brown fr f ^ A $/l A
\-. and-fancy mixtures, etc ty Lr 1 0 $41)
'. T: ,7 ii - -See-Tour Window Display for Men's
Needs in Furnishings. .
Special Saturday Sale
: intb buying
the stock of the Northern Securities
company, did so-under a misappre
hension of the facts in the case.
, I f it was hot stated directly it was
intimated that the Securities company
had control absolutely of the North
ern Pacific and Great Northern, which
two roads in turn c'dhtroltedj the Ch i
cago, Burlington & Quincy. I t is now
evide nt that the. Security company is
not a monopoly in restraint of trade,
.because it only controls the Northern
Pacific and,- does not control its com
peting line, the Gr,e.at Northern.
"The discovery that the Securities
company does not own or control the
Great Northern shows th at another
"gold brick" has been sold, but on the
other hand this fact may help in estab-,
lishing t he .legality of the company. .
- * - t ,
. We will again offer for
to-morrow bur sl.25
line of little gents*box
jcaif lace, -sizes QMs*
Prom Our Pastry Kitchen
Our special cake Will be Pineapple Layer..
Fruit Loaf with wine frosting and.:
Orange Cream Squares, each i.. .
Hut Breads 20c
n j ini. v -
to Jai l out . IX aap a the strength and health, robs
, -i-rie sentiment I S r i ~ " . - i " ^ g m an u neaun,_ roD B
strong for the bonds. They were votofl
tnef Prom' Oar Candy Kitchen.
Try Our Chocolat de Marlsquln
Whipped Cream Caramels
Plainl "nut anil cream centers, OAA
and 4 p. * ^ '- . ^
Duchess Pears 5^..........45c
Tokay Grapes &* 50c
f **f Wnty healer, this mar-
'-'- ",!' - - -," ' yelous cure,-a known to me alone. It Is mine
to give to those I will . St y work is to save
men,from Blood Poison, death an* despair.
Unbeliovers scoff and sinkgiv downoto foul
corruption-and death. Doubt not,which .0 reader!
beptic cftib in ^rsey Cltfe
ject is to ''ihcuSate and foster ^^-t"!
chief ob afc
believe me, - but I e t every
n homely, substantiaol food.. " pUcifiea the blobd ofine Blwd Po^Tyirus and
precious pearl of parity ,
ffialre ** harmless. No man nor woman shall
effects while I live. All my years of life have
beon devoted, to this discovery and my remaining
years shall be. devoted to sending It broad and
far to every suffering man and woman.
My private address is Hi. "wallis, T. B 805
Alhanfbra. Buildlnr. "-* MilwatdMe, Wis. I urge
every person suffering with Blood Poison to- send
Jo me and I will forward by next mail, prepaid,
package of my secret cure.. I seek,not fam
nor glory. My reward will be the
and blessings of the multitude I tat* from the
tmal demon of Blood Poison. *"
Regular $1.50 Value s.
Men's genuine Castor and Mocha tilovos, ^
?Men Pique Kid filoyes, worth 5L50 .".*
"Melt's Real Rid Overseam Gloves, worth $1.59..
Men's English Cape Ontseam Gloyes, worth $1.50
Men's Castor Silk Lined Gloves, worth $1.50..
Men's Sid Silk Lined Gloves, worth $1.50
Men's Kid and Castor Fleece Lined Gloves, ^
Home Trade Shoes
.\irJThe -Hprne foatfe is no^i strgngev in Minneapolis and yet there are
, ^thousands of
here tha do not kno our store and methods.
* li you:
will carefull inspect t our -shoes,w you "wil l quickly realize that
~ - -bur stprey with better facilities for buying and less greed in selling,
j is giving better values than all others.
Several thoUjSand pairs of samples in la
dies* warm lined shoes at leas
Samples of Ladies' warm House Slippers,
many styles, all sizes in
lot, values to fLQr
SPECIALS FO R SATURDAY:
Maple Sugar Pecansfbr
Oriental BonBons f
Sweet Cauliflower S
MarlschiRo Cherries Srt
' 'tie. Special.i j.^............. 990
Pfifi^ Chanipkrti of Enajand, per tQ|a
per Peek 4UC
Fancy New York 20 oz.
pippins, pes barrel
e t Potatoes un:
415 to 419 Nicollet Ave.
6 10 Nicoll et Av., Opp. Glass Bloc k.
Store Open Saturdays
Until 10:00 P. M.
Mail Orders Receive
price , Ghoice,b'ne-third_ ~
Ladies' nice vici kid, patent,tip,Qf% g
We will sell is a special, for- Saturday
only, a ladies' Goodyear welt, vici kid,
laeeShoe, with Cuban heels and patent
tips, in all sizes,'.. C i Q
. Bdya,'absolutely all solid leather
lace Shoes, in all sizes, at........
Boys'*2 and $2.25 patent leather C f ? C
*Xres Shoes, inlall sizes, at.. -.'.. '* ***
Shoes , .' '
Girls' good looking-, soft and durable, box
calf lace Shoes, sizes 11% to 2 Q&r>
Sh2S sizea&%toll *OC
If you williook in our show windowa, you
will see the best lines of-men's good Shoes
in Minneapolis, a.tSl-48, 92.00, IP-? /)/)
$2.50 and 4
Men's North Starhigh grade sampleShoes,
sizes 6tt to 8: values %i and $6, C 7 tfQ
98c \ Ladies' Warm Slippers
23 6th St. South
Butter Scotch SS&r.!^t.l5c
Try Cnapmiui'A. tiome-made Breads.
Bread hot from our ovens at 9. a. m.
Choice NewYerk Green
ing Apples, barrel
Best Granulated Sugar, f|f |
perbag 100pounds...... vQiUU
Best Granulated Sugar,
Best Mocha and Java
Goffee, 5 pounds
Best Tea, any kind, three
Best Ceylon Tea, per
pound...., Carloads of New Canned Goods at
Samples of fancy warm
House Slippers, value
to $2 on tables, QRr'
Prlees In Oar Met Oapartmeat.
Legs of Lamb, per lb V..11c
Spring Chicken, per.lb 12J4c
Hens, per lb.,.,..,-.. lie
Sirloin Steak, per lb .- 12 c
Round Steak, per lb 8 0
Best Hams, per lb.- f4 e
Hormell's Bacon, per lb f 4e
Roast-Beef, rib, per lb lOo
Best Salt Pork, per lb 9 o
. All other goods equally as cheap,
as above quotations.
GOOD GEM AND WAFFLE RECIPE
DatesiaSS-Mo. Coffeepur coffee is always hot from our roaster
: happinese s
^Two cups Falcon: Self-Raisins Pancake
fllour, one cup milk, two eggs, one table
spoonful sugar, piece butter size of wal
nut. Mix the- Ingredients thoroughly
before adding the flour. Ge t Falcon
ealf-Blaing Pancake flour at any grocer's.
"Perfection Goffee, 2-lb1_air
tight cans, par