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Tomorrow's values are greater and better than ever.. It means a big saving for you. -Don't miss this sale. Come and see these extraoix dinary offerings. $300,000 worth of new, fresh and stylish Clothing, Hats and Furnishings at less than half actual value. -The whole town is' talking about this sale. Ask your friends and, neighbors, they will tell you all abotit-it"V*H. Eilerman & Sons are going eut of the retail business, and goods must be sold out LOOK AT THESE PRICES, THEN COME IN AND SEE THE GOODS. MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS $93 0 Boys' Suits and Overcoats : Servant Girl Says N. D. Lawton Threw Her Out of House. Ne-w York Sun Special Service. New York, Nov. 13.Newbury D. Law ton, a millionaire member of yacht clubs and one of the,party which saii,od on the cup defender Reliance with C. Olh'er Ise lln. is a defendant in a suit for $1,500 dam ages brought against him by Anna Cor nell, a servant girl. She accuses him oftwo having thrown her out of his house when she called for wages due her. He admits ejecting her, but denies owing her any money. ...... The sooner the better. Bring, send or phone in your .want ads before fl:30 for the great Saturday Journal. It means better service for you. The Nicollet Clothing House Triple Amount of S. & H. Green Trading Stamps. DAMAGED BLANKETS *wsrFRIDAY CHILDREN'S $2.00 Blouse Suits go for $1.28 $2.50 Blouse Suits go for.... 1.4 8 $3.00 Blouse Suits go for 1.8 0 $3.30 Blouse Suits go for.... 2.40 $4.00 Blouse Suits go for 2.40 10.00 Blouse Suits go for... 5.8S $1.50 Double-breasted Suits.. .00 $2.00 Double-breasted Suits.. 1.2 8 $2.50 Double-breasted Suits.. 1.4 8 $3.00 Double-breasted Suits.. 1.8 0 $3.50 Double-breasted Suits.. 2.20 $5.00 Double-breasted Suits.. 2.90 $6.00 Double-breasted Suits.. 3.30 Hvl - i V - A - MILLIONAIRE SUED EVENING, ,,,,. .TH E MOST PHENOMENAL- SALE jEVfeR HEARD OF Greater Crowds and Greater Values are Found at Great Closing Out Sale Every Day. Goods Almost Given Away'^^Mim^ ^ Men's $15.00 Suits in rich, serviceable patterns, hard or soft finish, self-retaining fronts, hand padded shoulders, superbly Jined and finished Men's $15 Overcoats, in friezes, beavers, meltons, long, full cut styles, broad shoulders, close fitting collars at.. BOY*' OVERCOATS AND SUITS * 3 3 0 426 Boys'$6.00 Suits, fine worsted, thibets, tweeds, imperial plaids and overplaids, well tailored, princely suits, go for...... [394 Boys' $6.00 Overcoats, made offineVicunas, Oxfords and Scotches, Russian blouse and Fullmore style, some belt stales, J correct and perfect in every detail, go for ..v^ BOYS' FAIL FURNISHINSS AND HATS. 50c Boys' Shirts go for..... .25c 75c Boys' Shirts go for 39o 35c Boys' Underwear go for.. 1 9 e 75c Boys' Underwear go for.. 39o 25c Boys' Suspenders go for.. .9o 15c Boys' Suspenders go for.. .5 20c Boys'Black Stockings for.8c 15c Boys' Silk Neckwear. 25c Boys' Silk Neckwear. 75c Boys' K. E. and Moth ers' Friend Shirt Waist... $1 Boys' K. E. and Moth ers' Friend Shirt Waist.. 100 dozen Boys' corduroy pants, 75c value. 50c Boys' Caps 75c Boys' Caps $1 Boys' Caps Men's Pants* Men's $1.50 Pants, extra strongly made, go ftAf* for UOv Men's $2.00 Pants of good and re liable material, CI 9ft go for. tyUCO :.eo... ...7o 10c $.1.48 Men's $2.50 well made and vfoliect.^gPants, 33c 48e 38c Men's $3.00 Pants, suitable for daily or dress wear, & | Offl gofor QlsOW Men's $4.00 Pants, in fancy wor steds and cheviots, O J Jlfj ..18o 38o 59c Men's $6.00 Pants, the very best qualities, elegantly 6 6 9ft tailored, go for $*)- W U BAN ON EASY CHAIR President of Cornell Says Students Should Use the "Kitchen" Variety." Ithaca,. N. Y., Nov. 13.At amass meet ing of Cornell freshmen President J. G.population Schurman has told the young students how he thinks they should study. Their day he said, ought to be divided as fol lows: Eleven hours' study.two hours for meals, hours for thletics, one hour for recreation and the remaining eight hours for sleep. . ' President Schurman said that not much hard work was accomplished on the soft chair and urgently advised the use of. an ordinary wooden chair for study purposes. Read East Side News on Page 16. Don't fail to read the East Side news on page 16 to-day. Nicollet and Third Street. Genuin e Closing Out Sal e Great Reductions in Our Large and Well Assorted Stock of Suits, Overcoats,Hats, Shoes and Furnishings. I/WORTH ST4R k' BLANKETS WOMCINGRiEN'S WOOLEN UNBERWEAR A SPECIALTY- NORTH STAR WOOLEN MILL COMPANY 228 Second Street South , Minneapolis . One Block from nilwaukee Depot. / $%''.*/ VwiP" **'"" W ' 4OFF Slightly injured in the making, but just as useful as the best. They are called "manufacturer's seconds," but you could hardly find the fault. Every year we sell these at 30 to 40 per cent off the regular prices. They include everything in the line of blanketslarge and smallfrom the cheapest to the highest priced. Also horse blan kets. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL Men's Stylish Suits. Men's $5.00 Fancy Cassirhere Suits, all well made and very serviceable, ^ A A A go for only .9aW Men's $7.50 all wool Scotch Cheviot Suits, new patterns, elegantly tail- O J | fiC ored, go-for.... M*Hr ! O Men's $13.50 suits in fine wor steds and cheviots,, tailored to perfection, fl* ^ " K? go for S P lilO Men's $12 Suits in high class velour cassimeres, made up in very latest fetf Oil styles, for.. ...*IIOW J. L. Lynch, J . L. Dicklnsoa, Geo. E. Crist, Andr^W # L Notdstrom, Jno . F . Nicholson, for many years associated with the retail clothing firmso f this city, are now with this firm, where they will be pleased to meet ail former friends and customers* - Aflter May 1,1904, at Nicoilet Avenu e and Third Street , in business for themselves . -ftfi^y OHILDREH'S $7.50double-breasted Suits$4.40 $2.50 Overcoats go for... 1.4 8 $4.00 Overcoats go for... 2.40 $5.50 Overcoats go for... 3.65 $8.00 Overcoats go for... 4.90 $10.00 Overcoats go for.. 5.85 YOUNG MEN'S $6.00 Overcoats go for $3.65 $8.00 Overcoats go for 4.90 $10.00 Oyercoats go for . . 5.85 $13.50 Overcoats go for. . 7.75 $18.00 Overcoats go for . . 11.40 MEN'5 SUITS AND OVERCOATS . Merits $18 Suits made of pure worsteds, superbly hand-tail ored elegant- fl* i 4J Ah ly finished... 'Ml - ^'If Men's $20 Suits, exquisite garments, superb worsted and cheviots in a great variety of artistic patterns.. These will go Men's $30 Suits, made of the very finest imported |nateri,^ ials, well tailored throughout, R.L...'.'..i1|ldt.O 318*320 NICOLLET AVENUE. SOME FACTS ABOUT PA&AMA. The commerce of Panama amounts to about $3,000,000 per annum,, its to about 300,000 and ' its area to 31,571 square miles, or ftearly equal to that of the state of Indiana. These figures are supplied by the de partment of commerce and labor thru its bureau of statistics, and are the latest available data on commerce, population and area. Those of com merce are from the reports of, the United' States consuls at Panama arid Colon, which have just been received, and not yet published those of pop ulation are based upon the latest of ficial estimate, which shows the pop ulation in 1881, and was based upon j ule operated by the Pacific Mail the census of 1871 while the figures Steamship company, and with Valpa- of area are from accepted geographi cal authorities and are those of the area of the department of Panama of the Colombian republic. Th e princi pal ports are Panama, on the Pacific coast, and Colon, on the Atlantic side, and these ports are visited annually by more than 1,000 vessels, which lana over 1,000,000 tons of merchandise and nearly 100,000 passengers, chiefly for transfer over the Panama railway, forty-seven miles in length, connect ing the Pacific port of Panama with the Atlantic port of Colon. Colon, or Aspinwall, as it is some times called, has a population of about 3,000 persons. The city of Panama has a population of about 25,000. I t was founded in 1519, burned in and rebuilt in 1673, while Colon is of imuch more recent date, having been founded in 1855. The population which is already in dicated, amounts in number to about 300,000, is composed of various ele- mentsSpanish, Indian, negro, and a limited number from the European countries and' the United States, espe cially those engaged in commerce and transportation and the operation of the Panama railway. A considerable number of the population is composed of persons brought to the isthmus as laborers for the construction of the canal, and of their descendants. Singe the abolition of slavery in Jamaica considerable number of blacks and mulattoes have settled on the isthmus as small dealers and farmers, and" in some villages on the Atlantic side they are said to be in the majority, and as a result the English language is much in use, especially-oh the At lantic side. Some of the native popu lation liave retained their customs, speech and physical type, especially those in the western part of the prov ince, and claim to be descendants of the natives found in that section by the Spaniards when they discovered' and conquered the country. The Commerce of Panama. Of the commerce of Panama, the United States supplies a larger share than any other country. Th e impor tations at the port of Colon during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903, amounted to $952,684, of which $614,- 179 was from the United States, $119,- 086 from. France, $118,322 from Eng land, $76,386 from Germany. Th e figures of the fiscal year 1903 show a considerable increase over those of 1902..in which the value of the im ports at Colon were $776,345. Of the $614,179 imports from the -United States at Colon in 1903, $200,744 was dry goods, $189,333 provisions, $59,- 890 coal, $38,642 lumber, $32,900 kerosene, $30,400 liquors, and' $31,940 hardware. The value of the importa tions from the United States in, 1903 exceeded those of 1902 by about $160,- 000. Th e exports to the United States from Colon in 1903 amounted to $173,- '370, of which $75,43&*-was b&mwiasjt v s Open Saturday Evenings. $54,960 cocoanuts, $12,472 turtle .shells, $9,400 ivory nuts, $6,46.0: hides, ahd"$^ 924 co'ffeleV -' .: ..Prom the ,pprt of Manama, the ex ports to.the uniied.States in the fiscal year 1903 amounted to $193,342, of which $56,7,67/Vas hfdes, $49,974 india rubber, $27,805 cBcobolo huts, $16,598 ivory nuts, $13,372 deerskins, and $6 90& coffee. Th e consul-at Panama states that the imported articles come nvostly from Engla.nd, Germany, Prance, Italy and the United States, but gives no statistics of the imports. Panama is connected wit Francisco by a- Weekly: raiso by a weekly steamer schedule operated by. the Pacific Steam Navi gation company and South American Steamship company. Tw o passen ger and two freight trains leave Pana ma daily for Colon and Colon daily for Panama. Th e time for passen ger trains over the forty-seven miles of railway is three hours. From Panama there is one cable line north to American ports, and one to the south. The actual time con sumed in communicating with the United States and receiving an an - swer is usually about four hours. There are also cable lines from Colon to the United States and Europe. The money of the country is silver, rate of exchange having averaged during 'the past year about 150 per cent. 1671,the Through Pacific Coast Tourist Sleep ers. The Northern Pacific's Tourist Sleepers leave Minneapolis at 10:45 a. m . od n thte a T Vfit MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS BOYS' OVERCOATS AND SUITS, .Men's $25.00 Suits of the finest domestic and imported fabrics, faultlessly tailored and most perfect fitting, go for ........ Men's $7.50 Overcoats, in new short box, new shades and nicely made, for Men's $12 Overcoats, made of all-wool Thibets and coverts, cut in all the latest fe flA styles, and well madeyfor ... yviww Men's $13.50 Overcoats, in a great variety of new styles and fabrics, tailored tt"T TT' K to perfection, go for V - - - for$12.60 only., Men's $18 Overcoats, made of fine imported fabrics, and tailored in the height of the pres ent fashion, go fill 4*0 68 Men's $28 Russian Buffalo Fur Coats, extra prime skins, quilted lining, j&'fSl A A Nutria trimmed, go for. * P - W 4 ^ . SWINDLERS GOT $100 Successfully "Worked" a Chicago Man Thru False Telegram. New York Sun Special Service. Ccicago, Nov. 13."Telegraph $100. Your sop has been killed in a mine ex plosion. Will send body." A telegram like this received by Charles Henry of South Chicago, lost Mr. Henry $100, according to his story to the South : FIN E TAILORIN G Sadn steamer-h sche "North Coast Limited" train : ana 10:4 5 p . m . on the Pa cific Express. Th e one-way colonist excursion ticket will be on sale at the Northern * Pacific ticket office until Nov . 30. . $2QtidHelena and Butte, i$22.50 to Missoula, Spokane and Ya- kima,- $25 to Tacoma, Seattle, Port land, Eugene and Ashland, $32.90 to all California points. v NOVEMBER 13, 1903. ,3^rmrm. Men's $25.00 Overcoats in belt backs, fullmores and medium cuts, serviceable and correct materials, cut 44 to 50 inches long, the-best overcoat values ever given, go for ...... Mens Fine $ 3 Hats in soft and stiff, all the newest shapes and -shades^ every hat high grade and guaranteed, all go at . . '. . ./-. . . Men's Overcoats Howard & Walton entire stock of $30, $35 and $40 goods all go at $15 : : i f: ^ , - Eilerman's %": AND style coverts $4.65, 100 dozen Men's $1.00 blue Flannel Shirts, ~ KQA full sizes....... .:'., U if U 75c Men's Leather Working Gloves, lined or 4ft Q 4% unlined P P ** Men's 15c Linen Collars, Qg* all shapes and sizes..... 1* $4.00 Men's Sheep Lined Duck Coats, great tikO Qffc values ...HMZmUO Men's 75c Winter Overshirts solid or fancy Q(|A colors ..............Ow $3.50 Men's fine | f O Q wool union suits V - mmM%W $3.50 Men's Blue Flannel all wool 1 Oft Shirts... .^llOif $1.50 Madras Shirts, soft or stiff style, fast colors, per fect fit- OQA ting........... OUU 250 dozen Men's fancy Qf Hose, 20c values, go at.. t# $1.00 Flannel Night Robes cut very full and fmQffc very long .%M*w%r Men's 10c linen finish Hand kerchiefs, fancy or *ft A plain....V......V.,.:. .U Chicago police. He reported last evening that he had sent the money to Anaconda, Mont., where his son is employed. Mr. Henry telegraphed for particulars of the accident, but got no reply. Leon Plu ard said he had received a similar mes sage, reporting his son had been killed. He did not send the money to the "un- dertaker," because he received no reply to his telegram for further information. "It's an old fraud in anew guise," said Captain Melanlphy, Less than Cost. Any Suit, or Overcoat Made to Order : : : FIT GUAR.ANTE^D Scotland Woolen Mill s Co.Minneapolis H. Mitchell, Manager. Business Education is a Necessity. . ' :."_- . . t . In Choosing a School Consider That Is the oldest* best patronized, best equipped business school In the state that it is made business men's headquarters for their'office-help, thereby secur- ing its graduates the best positions on their grraduation. The finely illustrated catalogue wiU give full information. The new $40 000 achool building accommodates 1,000 students annually. Address the college for catalogue. Day .and evening sessions Shorthand taught by, .mall, Also. . Jhorthan d taught by mall , also . . . & i*** ^.jit^ r^^.-t^i |^^:y( . MEN'3 SUITS AND $1390SOVERCOAT MEM'S FALL WINTER FURNISHINGS. Men's $1.50 all wool Under wear, 20 different "Tftg% styles, all weights M %9%M 50c men's fancy Suspend ers, lisle thread, H|OA leather ends - Ol* Men's 25c fancy .Suspend ers, strong and Cftf^ serviceable .......... ** 25c men's Shield and Band Bows in silk, ex- 40A elusive neckwear.. :^w 35c Boston Garters 4 A g% in lisle or silk .,. -: 50c natural wool Hose, all colors * $2.50 men's fine Under ^wear 'g re a test values ever given 4b1 l O Baby Had Two to Six ILveryDay. Suffered Terribly Doctors Failed. Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured Him. ' * Weak, nervous, fretful, puny children re- STeryine uire a treatment such as only Dr. Miles' affords. - When neglected these symptoms lead to epileptic fits or spasms. Every mother should strengthen her own and babies' nerves with Dr. Miles' Nervjne, a true specific in all nervous disorders,, Read,the following: :' . .' \ "When my little boy was 18 months old he had cramps in his feet and hands. They would be drawn out of shape for two or three days. At first liniment seemed to help but In about two weeks nothing did any good the doctor gave him. We called another doctor but his medicine did no good so we Changed to another who called it spinal dis ease. By this time the child's body was drawn out of shape his backbone was curved to one side and his hands and feet out of .ihape. His sufferings were terrible, and h was having from two to six fits a day. I was caking Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine for aervous trouble an saw it was Store, 310 Nic.Av. '- "i Men's Hats $ j .68 19cw- 300^dozi Men's -wool fleeced 75c underwear 4ftft# at....... .,....: *MJC 50c Men's fine Silk Neck wear, all shapes, Iftffc exclusive.patterns wt* 50c Men's extra strong black drill shirts Qftf* $1 Men's Laundered White .Shirts, all styles, Cftg% Complete sizes..:.. ** wli -*. recommendedwoultifie or fits,^ovI thoughd t I would se d i?lp him. All three doctors had given him up. One-half bottle stopped the fits and his limbs straightened, and another bottle cured him. He is now a strong, healthy boy going to school. I have waited to see if the old trouble returned, before writing you. but it never has. I cannot praise Dr. Miles* Nerv ine enough, as I know it saved my boy's life."MRS. URIAH NELSON, Lansing, Iowa. All druggists sell and guarantee first bot- , tie Dr. Miles^Remedies. Send for free book , on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Addre&f Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Glenweod-lnglewood Pure Spring Water, put up in niee clean bptttes, only & cents per gallon, for either Natural" or 'Dtetffled" or with Pure Ice. and the use of a good clean water coolertwo SraUone daUjr-Sl.76 per month. Thie i *- cheapest and best Health Insurance"toget. The eienwood- 6i4 Henne- pin Ave., Minneapolis, - " *' MeiSiirtSiv InglOWOOd OO. Both phones tpL Country orders solicited. Write for Price*. It. H. HEQENER SOTHIeelletAve. JUiors hollow fToond. Bea an4 Clippers sbjirpened, Cftta* decorating. -, Berbers' Supplies, Knlvee, 8ag fUh Carver*. Meson, Shetes. 4 fall UeeetToilet Articles. .. Journal Want Ads-bring the best returns for the money. Thart's. why they Increase so fast.