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i% Vi CLOTHING House. MINNEAPOLIS: 315-325 Nicollet Ave ST. PAUL.: Seventh and Robert Sts Money Cheerfully- Refunded. ana fOs^M^ 5-room house, Bdlson and Victor TALKING MACHINES n Bear Payments KiiBHett Pionofrapn It. lueSerge SuggestsCoolness No matter how many suit* a man has in his wardrobe on a hot summer morning, nine times out of Un he will select a blue serge in preference to any other. These perfect stocks of Blue Serges in either two-piece outing or three-piece fashions will commend themselves to you as notably appropriate FOR DRESS-RECREATEOB BUSINESS WEAR. Cat in new-form single or double-breasted shapes. Full-lined, half-lined, quarter-lined (with silk, mohair, or Sicilian) or with no linings at all. T^Tlue Serges Are you doing as well as Mr. Lawrence? Wouldn't you like to be in his position, not only making a good living, but laying away a comfortable sum each year? Is there any reason why you shouldn't be in this position? Raising garden truck in the Gulf Coast Country Is simply "making garden'* on a larger scale. Anyone can do it, even the city man but if you have had experience farming or truck gardening, so much the better. A twenty-acre place will be1 Tuesday Evening', In various weaves. Rich navy shades. Highly finished. For men and young men, at $9.75 $12 $15 $18 $20 $22.00 and $25.00 Success in the Gulf Coast Country Every Tuesday and Saturday there will appear in the columns ef this paper an example of what has been done in farming in the Gulf Coast country on the Brownsville Line. Example No. 3. 2 acres of tomatoes give a net profit of $700. T. M. Lawrence of Nueces County, made a net profit of $700 this spring on one crop of tomatoes raisect on two acres of his land. This seems almost impossible. It would be, any where but in the Gulf Coast Country. But down there they have a very fertile soil, an un limited supply of artesian water, and a winter without frost, so that they can put their early vegetables on the market in February, when the price is highest. If you will write to Mr. Lawrence at Cor pus Christi, Texas, he will tell more about his successes. f^^-^j all that you can take care of. You can get it on easy terms, and the first crop intelli gently planted and cultivated will more than pay for the land. Here is the costi 2 0 acres at $25 per acrov $ 5G(X00 Cost of artesian weU, T-F 500.00 Clearing at $5 per acre, 4 i 100.00 Total cost of 20-acre farm ready to plant $1450.00 You may be able to get good land as cheap as $15 an acre. If you can, buy it now it will cost more next year. And then it*s a good place to have a home, a delight ful climate, the sunny, mild winters of the tropics, and summers tempered by the cool breezes from the Gulf. TheWinterVegetahle Gardenof.* Take a trip down there and see for yourselfthat's the best way. Every first and third Tues day of each month, we wifl sell round-trip tickets to any point the Gulf Coast Country and turn, at the following rates: From Chicago, $25.00 From St. Louis, 20.00 From Kansas City, 20.00 From feeoria, 2&00 From Sfe. Boiii, 27.50 From MinneapoH,Bfc Z7 50 These tickets will-be good 30 days and they wilt permit you to stop over at any point. Let me send you our books describing the wonderful orope-pro icedin this marvelous country* Don't delay, write raeto-day. Passenger Traffic Manager ROCK ISLAND-FRISCO LINES *I0I La Salle St Station 1101 Frisoe Bulling Chicago, HI. St. Louie, Me. Look for Example No. 4 in next Saturday's Paper. mJt Aw tend (or Bdlson and Victor Catalog, tor* Open .BTenlofs. ALDEN-KELJIK CO., FRESH CHARGES IN THE HARTJE CASE Pittsburg Dry Goods Man Trail of Alleged Con spirators. Journal Spoolal Service. Pittsburg. July 10.August Hartje N supplementary petition in divorce has caused a new sensation in this now cel ebrated case. As a result of it, Henry Buhl of the department store of Boggs & Buhl has instructed his attorney, Willis F. McCook, to join with District Attorney John S. Bobb, in prosecuting1 the charges of conspiracy and black mail which are to be filed against par ties who supplied Hartje with the al leged evidence for the supplementary proceedings. The firm of Boggs & Buhl is one of the largest in the country between New York and Chicago. In his supplementary petition for di vorce, Hartje alleged his wife had vis ited the Hotel Lincoln on a number of occasions with a prominent citizen of Pittsburg, whose name he would pro duce at the trial of the case. Mr. Buhl's action is connected with this in cident, according to a good authority. Mrs. Hartje declared that she has never been at the hotel in her life and the hotel management corroborates this. Negro to Be Guarded, Augustus Hartje, John I*. Welshons and Clifford Hooe, the negro first named by Hartje as co-respondent, will have a hearing on charges of conspiracy to de stroy the good name and reputation of Mrs. Hartje. Superintendent of Police and Detec tives Thomas MoQuaide will provide a heavy polioe guard for the occasion, as public sentiment against Hooe is so strong it is feared some attempt might be made to do him an injury while he was being taken to and from the county jail, where he is now confined. There is some talk of the summoning of a special grand jury to investigate the charges of fraud, conspiracy, per jury, blackmail and subornation of per jury which have grown out of this case. Writing Expert Arrives. David, N. Carvalho, the handwriting expert, has arrived in this city. Dur ing the entire day he was closeted with John Freeman of counsel foT Mrs. Hartje, going over the letters which Jrom 350.00 Importers ot ,_ Oriental Rugs. Rags Cleaned, Repaired and Stored. frere'admitted in evidence as coming Mrs. Hartje to Madine. The letters have all been photographed. These photographs have been enlarged again and again until the characters now ap pear six inches in height. They have all been mounted on charts and will be exhibited in the courtroom in the demonstration which the attorneys for Mrs. Hartje expect will Bhow they are forgeries. Deiecthre Perkins has little hope of being able to produce the party who forged the letters as a witness in the Tom Madine is still a%sent from the city. Augustus Hartje is on the verge of a nervous and physical collapse. In the past week he appears to have aged twenty years, and and feeble. Svorcthis is step is uncertain Trial Xs Postponed. The divorce snit which was to have been resumed today was continued un til Thursday at the request of the coun sel for the plaintiff, in order to give the handwriting experts opportunity to examine the letters further. ft is now generally agreed that Dis trict Attorney John 8. Bobb, Jr., will ask for a postponement of the conspir acy hearing before Alderman King on Saturday, and that the alderman will ant postponement until after the ease has ended, the district at torney, it is said, not believing it ad visable to go on with the hearing be cause of* the effeot it might have on the divorce proceedings. Frank 1. BuUen, the writers taring tour In Anstraua. It was to to cm a. lea Australto that h made, bfe first voyage as a boy. mien landing In Melbour day. 18Tft. le on the queen As Years go by 4he popularity of the famous Hostefc ter'e Stomach Bitters increases. Thou sands upon thousands of sickly people in all parts of the world are now fusing It in cases of Stomach, Liver or Bowel disorders with splendid results. Try one bottle of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Defective Page THE "MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. IN SENSATIONAL CASE UBS. AUGUSTUS HAHTJE. AUGUSTUS HABTJE. On ffiiniliinirrii n^, ,,Wlil, ...i.In i I in liwwihi nmniii' mm limiiSii !v*v rat* J*\ TRAINS COLLIDE AT STILLWATER 5 HURT Transfer Engine and Ten Cars! Crash Into an Omaha Pas senger Train. Stillwater, Mima., July 10.Several trainmen and one passenger injured and others shaken up resulted from a head end collision last evening shortly after 6 at the Atwood A sawmill in the south ern part of the city. The Omaha pas senger train, outward bound, and the transfer engine, with ten cars loaded with lumber, coming in from South Stillwater, were in collision while the latter was running at a high rate of speed. Arthur Present, engineer on the transfer, has a compound fracture of the left forearm, his back is badly hurt, and he is otherwise bruised. Charles H. Begister, baggageman, bad scalp wound, eyes injured and body bruised by being hurled against boxes in the baggage car. O. Gr. Fox, conductor of passenger train, left wrist sprained, body and legs bruised. Charles R. BetzlafL passenger brake man, head and both leags bruisea. Dr. John F. Johnson, a passenger, both legs out and braised, Several others sustaining slight scratches. The engineer and fireman of the pas senger train escaped with slight shak ing up by jumping. Engineer Fitzger ald reversed the passenger engine De fore Jumping. The transfer engine was badly aamaged, as were several freight cars loaded with lumber and edging. The passenger engine is dam aged some, box the passenger oars will be repaired with but little expense. The collision ocoured at a curve. The transfer was running at a good rate of speed down grade. passenger train had left on trmeJ.aThe 6:1 5 for her regular trip' 'to the junctfam Some of the Injured -were takn to the office, ofJJfor. Merri^ia the patrol wagon and others walked/ there. A half dozen surgeons were soon busy dressing the wounds. PERKWLATEST RAISES A LAUGH Calls Upon Governor Cummins to Release Delegates from Their Instructions. Special to The Journal. Sioux City, Iowa, July 10.Altho not invited to make furthet overtures when he received a negative reply to his former proposal from Governor Oummins, George D. Perkins has made another offer, looking to a compromise of the bitter controversy over the nom ination for governor. Mr. Perkins says in his newspaper that if Governor Oummins was in earnest in saying he wants the majority unham pered at the state convention, then he will accede to the proposition to re lease from their instructions the dele f-ations bound to him. Perkins agreeing 0 do the same with his delegations. The suggestion has created much mirth am,ong the Oummins men, who have 889' instructed delegates to Per kins' 450, tho pending contests may greatly change these figures. ijhey declare the game is obvious, that 'having failed to get enough dele gates to win, Perkins is after a chance to do personal work with the dele gates. Oummins menJBy the governor meant whai he said about the majority hav ing its will carried out, and add that he meant the majority of the voters who named the delegates. SLAIN AT NIGHT AND BODY BOBBED Assassin of Pflester Believed to Have Attempted Death of Neisen Also. Special to The Journal. Anamoose, N. JulyTSilled Pfiester was the. next time your appetite is poor, sleep rest less, bowels cos tive or blood im ipure and be con vinced of its won derful curative powers. It cures Nausea, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Indigestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, Fever and Ague. Take a bottle on your vacation to counteract the ill effects of strange eating and drink- 10.Oonrad shoD.,an in the night a short distance from this place* He had been in Anamoose and was known to have had about $25. "When his body was found the money was miss ing. A bullet hole^ thru the body told how Pflester met his death. The mystery surrounding the affair was increased' by Hammond Neisen re porting that he had been fired upon while passing the scene of the killing, by some person in a buggy. Neisen was ononis way home, and arrived at the place where Pflester was killed about an hour after the crime is sup posed to have been committed. There is no clue to the person who killed Pflester or the,one who fired upon Neisen, and no motive is known for the attempt upon the.latter's life. Pflester was farmhand about 26 years of age ana bore an excellent repu tation, being sober and industrious and, so far as known, without enemies. Th$ latest theory about appendicitis is that advanced t$ *r Alexander Schmidt of ALtoona. who beMevw it -*tt..1 caused,by,the, minute metallic pttldMii\rtHat *et Jntar ttaad i S^ WEDNESDAYoif nriJE enormous 1 prices that are a STATES IN LEAGUE TO PROSECUTE TRUSTS Journal 8peoial Service. Austin, Tex., July 10.The attorney general's department of Texas and the attorney general's department of Ar kansas Jriu co-operate in the investiga tion and prosecution of trusts which are alleged to be going- business in viola tion of the lanr in these two states. At toruey General B. V. Davidson and two of his assistants, have gone to Texar kana, where they will have a confer ence with Attorney General B. L. Sog ers. July 10, 1906'. FOR INSTANCE: Just 100 Fine White Shirtwaist Suits or Dresses(waist and skirt)-made of fine Lawn and Linen fabrics. Sold regularly at $7.50 and $8.75some are slightly soiled from handling. The entire lot on sale Wednesday at choice (No exchanges, no refunds every sale final.) White wash skirts* Shrunk Cotton Skirtsa line of regular $2.45 skirts, in this sale i A& at choice for 1 OTTO Full Line of Fine Pure Linen Wash Skirts at special- e/\ *J A ly reduced prices..OvF at prices fa 8c to 10c kinds, no Nicollet Avenue... .First Ave. So.. .Fifth St Minneapolis. A SENSATION in Women's fine summer i White Wash Dresses, Coats,f Skirts and Suits. D\J uo our Cloak and Suit section, we will place on sale an unusually choice line the popular white garments for summer wearin splendid variety, including the season's favorites at prices that will open purses Another fresh new lot of beautiful lace and embroidered robes and summer dresses. thiseseasona foNew Wednesday,demand July 11 offer York Importers stock ot tlaest Embroidered Robes less than half wholesale prices! The $12.50 pal m* The $15.00 f% met The $20.00 A N quality, quality, quality, /J %J%%J%J choice.... \Jo,%J%J choice 9%J%J choice Six-and-a-half yards full in skirt ruffle. One, two or three rows of embroidered flouncing.... All perfectall newall fresh and clean. Remnants of laces and embroideries. THOUSANDS upon thousands of remnants left from our recent Special Sales, and the greatest Lace and Embroidery business we have ever had. Now is the time to reduce stocks, and every short length, no natter how high the price, must go and quickly. In this enormous lot you'll find rerxraafits of almost every imaginable kind of Lace and Embroidery an^ 12ic to 15c kinds, now 20c to 25c kinds, now 3cw 5c 10c 15c 19c 25cwno yard. yard. yard. yard. yard. yard. ASKED TO BE SENTENCED Monteith, Confessed Assailant of Young Girl, Anxious to Begin Tens, Special to X1& Journal, Stillwater, Minn., July 10*Bobert Henry Monteith, who was brought here from Pine county for safe keeping, charged with criminally assaulting a 18-year-old girL w'U apply to Judge F. M. Crosby thfs cfteraoon for imme diate sentence, he having made no ef fort to conceal )*is guilt. Under the law a person under 80 years of age, who has not previossly been in prison or a reformatory, may ask for immediate sentence w*AsUt indictment, when his punishment 4.f possibly be a reforma/- BUTTE LEGS Are Really Unfit for a Hot Climate. A sarcastic one said, "A person who won't quit the ooffee habit when hea nerves are crying for relief, has less stability of character than a pair of butter.lega hades," Truly a melting remark. "7* That is a sure and dependable road to Wellville., It seems hard-hearted to poke fun at the coffee "crank" who "Just can't give up my coffee" for the habit sometimes beoomes a disease just as truly as the whisky habit, but it is easy for the worst old coffee toper to shift over to Postum Foo Coffee, pro- vided it is well made. Postum has the deep, seal brown coxor of drip coffee and a certain snappy flavor," not of the rank, strong, bitter coffees, but much like the mild and high grades of Java. -f* It supplies in liquid form the needed food elements required to rebuild the nerve centres, hurt or destroyed by coffee. What do we mean by "nerve centres" These are found in various parts of the body and each little nerve sack or envelope is filled with a soft, pulpy, gray substance that is really the life and energy of the nerve. Coffee and other stimulant narcotk poisons tend to destroy this gray matter and when enough is broken down, nervous prostration or other form of disease will set m. The trouble may show in weakened heart, lungs, stomach, bowels, eyes or any other organ, for the lack oL life power or nervous energy Is likely to attack the weakest part first. The remedy is (and get to work in time) to quit the drug and therefore stop'the daily destruction. Then take a liquid food such as Postum and go to rebuilding. Nobby white coats. About 100 Fine, Separate White Coats, in long and short effects, trim-/ med with blue or all white. Our reg ular low prices $2.50 to 1 $7.50, choice at just 2 OFT Children's plaid coats, sizes 6 to 14 years, 1 Cf choice at J* Oil Robes tempted us to make another purchase, and on V& f actual values. 80c to 89c kinds, now 40c to 50c kinds, now ^.*5 $1.98quicklyI i 50c to 75c kinds, sentence. Monteith is about 17. his application is granted he will be taken to Pine county and sentence im posed. All of those ^njured in the train col lision here are improving and there will be no fatalities. James D. Beed, warden of the Michi gan City, Indy penitentiary, is the guest of Warden Wolfer while making some thing of a study of different methods pursued here. The steamer Lizaie Gardner and bow boat cleared today with lumber for Mo line and Muscatine. The county commissioners have been allowing bills, and working upon the de linquent tax roll of the county. On Monday they will meet as a board of equalization.