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City News
TOWN TALK
Bead Apollo club announcement on
the Musical page of this issue.
Stores, repaired and set up promptly.
V. S. Stove' Repair Co., 13 So. 3d st.
The Auditoriuni Annex for dancing
parties, musical and private theatricals.
All money deposited with the State
Institution for Savings on or before
the 5th draws'interest from the 1st.
Souvenir postals, complete line in
views, comics, art and city views, at the
Century News store, 6 Third street S.
Never buy real eBtate without'.bavinst
the title insured by the Minnesota Title
Insurance & Trust company. Cdsts lit
tle, worth much.
Anyone having a fine carriage team
that they want taken care of for the
winter by a party who will guarantee
first-class care and use, will please ad
dress 2664 Journal.
The executive committee of "Lyng
blomsten," a Norwegian society whose
aim is to establish a home for the aged,
is to give a concert in the Bethlehem
Norwegian Lutheran church "Wednesday
evening.
The pulpit of Tjinden Hills Congrega
tional church will be occupied today,
morning and evening, by visiting min
isters. In the morning Rev. Dr. H. M.
Knowles will speak and in the evening
Rev. Jesse Underwood. Both are in the
city attending the Methodist confer
ence.
Rev. B. O. Stone, pastor of St. Paul's
Swedish Lutheran church, will lecture
Wednesday evening on his recent trip
through Sweden and points visited en
route. The lecture will be delivered
in the church assembly rooms, Fif
teenth avenue S and Twenty-eighth
treet.
The Johnson Undertaking company
are now at 703 Hennepin avenue. J. H.
Johnson, general manager (for fifteen
years president and general manager
Johnson-Landis company and firm of
Vail & Johnson, established 1867). Res
idence phone, Maine 143-J. Office,
8353. T. C. 9859.
It's hateful to have to say it but there
tre shoes made that wouldn't fit a Hot*
tentot
You wouldn't want shoes like that,
of course.
Neither would you wish to wear
hoes that would fit a Hottentot For
then they wouldn't fit you.
Every race or section has its pecu
liar type of foot
Gotzian Shoes arc made after
tadying for fifty years the North
western type of fo ot
With ample regard for comfort and
wearing quality and honest workman
shipnot forgetting style-they are
made to suit the type of eet which
tteJbig Northwest develops. V..
The result of all that study J.S"y.0
TheGotziaiiSiioe
For ran, women and driWrea.
tltit la St PavJ ly C. Getzfca ft Co. since 1853
A reauest will bring oar latest booklet,
**How Shoes are Made, and it's well worth
the request.
in
To Shoe Dealers.
A FULL LINE OF
GOTZIAN SHOES
Showing newest creations in spring
styles is on exhibition at Hotel Nic
ollet, Parlor E. You are invited to
come and look them over.
Established 1872
NORTHWESTERN
NATIONAL BANK
Capital $1,000,000
Snubs...... 950,000
Deposits 12,000.000
Banking methods change as
times change. The North
western Is always abreast of
the timesor a little ahead.
Savings Department.
V-
T. O. Phone 66. N. W., Nicollet 66.
WE DID SUCH a tremendous business
on Saturday that we fear that not all
were waited upon properly. In order
that none shall be disappointed we
Monday.
POUNDS BEST |fc
GRANULATED SUGAR. 9
along with an order for $5.00 in other
goods, including^ $1.00 in McQijaid's
100" Brand of Teas/ Coffee^, Baking
Powder, Extracts or Spices.
McQUAID'S COfiNER SOAP, 12
rbars 26
(Good for laundry or kitchen)
|P. & G. or FEI NAPTHA SOAP,
i bars 2
i20th CENTURY SOAP, 3 10c cans 1
-SKTEW SAUER B^AUT, quart 7
jNEW GERMAN DILL PICKLES,
*f quart 7
^SANTA CLAUS SOAP, box....$2 6 9
JLENOX SOAP, per box 2 7 4
^DIAMOND SOAP, per box... 2*.79
^Besides' all of Saturday's specials in
vjBakery and Meat Departments.
ifintftfi Carload of choice fall stock
|I|!*VP many varieties A a OR
on sale Monday, per bbl V&.&Q
25
MINK:
IOWA
NORT SID E STITtOli
E
CITY OFFICIALS SURPRIBEP
CONDITIONS.
Official Inspection biy Mayor, Alder
men and Chief of Police Opens Their
Eyes to Barbaric Dungeon Used to
Confine OffendersNot a Feature
Commended but Management.
That some authority, state, countv or
municipal, has not -closed the North
Side police station long ago was a
greai surprise to the aldermen compos
ing the council committee .which. made
an inspection of the police stations yes
terday. .J
The alderrheh supposed the: trip was
to be a rather perfunctoijy duty re$
quired of them by precedent, an'j|
looked ovetv things in a generaBy ap--i!
Sroving
way. until they reactujsjii the
orth Side station, which was promptly^
and unanimously conde'iflned as. bein
fit for nothing bettefe"'ii{!ianV'-ia!-..''feJ!tatg
Located in Cellar
The station is excellently managed
by Captain Nick Smith. The trouble
is that the building was "constructed
wrong. The rooms in which the cells
are located is underground, and in con
sequence is dark, damp and unfit for
human habitation.
Whenever there is a rainstorm the
sewer invariably backs up, covering the
floor for fully six inches. Whatever
possessed, anyone .in- authority. tyv..ner
ttiit the cells to be loeatedurrt'SircH*a:
black, ijqjfiqus... hole. will never ...be.
Known, particularly when the station
has a fttStefib that- j^ohly^attrrn&ed.
and a second floor which is
all*'""'
space.
be until some 'high1
forwarded to E." D.
.tail mato Saturday's prices MM tf** SJS^i^SL^'mSi
waste
'None Too, Good,
The station cost the same as the
South Side stationr about $17,000, and
while the latter! Jairf&r^fronT. being'la
model, it,passed muster wijth.the in
vestigators. They 'were tolerant, at
least, not' hypercritical, when .visiting
the eighth ward and South Side sta
tions. They condenitnetl* the East Side
station .also* but,that is, only a. make
shift at .the, best, and will be replaced
by a new station next year. The North
Side is a permanent
station,-
or
wj.ll- authority gets ^af
ter it.-... ,v -L
Mayor D. P. Jones, Aldermen A. J.
Arfduist* J:'H. Van Nest, Wendell Her
tig and^Wilhelm, Petterson and Super
intendent J/'Cfi $byl &II took turns in
launching invectives against the con
ditions, and they said enough to make
a book. Theri management- of the sta
tion was commended, but the matters
complained against are beyond the con
trol of Captain Smith.
NORTHWEST IS INTERESTED
Wisconsin and North Dakota Send Del
egates to Convention of Charities.
Wisconsin will send fourteen ^nd
South Dakota nine delegates to the Min
nesota state conference of Corrections
and Charities, which meets in Red Wing
Nov. 17. Governor John A.
JohnsoSesre*'
The-ne,w^ eie'et'rio road propped to be
Ibuilt by the Minneapolis, Rochester and
Dubuque Traction company between
Mlnheapolis and Dubuque, is reported
as being a practically assured fact
iowing'j to the support which is being
given it py\ husiness men and cities
'along thought'of way.
The^ap the proposed route, which
vis .pTodusfed herewith, shows that the
'backersvof,.the line will reach some of
the principal^ cities between the two
terminals^ A study of the route wiH1
"v
has
Solenbergerp
tar'y of the conference, letters from both
GoVeTO&r* Davi'dsoh and Governor Etroa
which state, that they .have named, dele
gates to represent their states in the
conference.
The:
reason. f|or this innovation is the
national conference, which' will be held
in Minneapolis next June. While Min
neapolis is the convention city, the
gathering was secured thru the united
efforts of the northwestern states and
for that reason they have been invited
to participate in the plans for the en
tertainment of the visitors. It is chiefly
for this purpose that the Wisconsin and
South Dakota delegates have been ap
pointed to the Red Wine conference.
Basehall Bates to Chicago.
There promises to be a considerable
exodus of baseball fans to Chicago this
week,' the attraction being the- world}
championship series between itoe Chi
cago clubs. To accommodate the pil
grims, the North-Western railway will
sell reduced tickets from Minneapolis
on Oct. 8, 9 and 10, the rate.being a
fare and a third.
BACK ON "THE FORCE'
Myron, Johnson, who resigned from the
police department early In the spring
yacancy caused by the resignation of
Carl Maeder, desk sergeant at police
headquarters, who leaves Oct. 15 to go
3nto business.-.,
:.'.j.-.-5\'J,''
ii Johnson was a sergeant, but the night
sfrork brought on a slight nervtras at-'
tkckitandhe was ompelled.jto^ euit poiiqe
-worlc^for .'a-,time. |iHe'roge Srato pat^oft
rhanf'to. sergeant early,in theijSaynes 4dr-
rhinl*tration, ind'' his present^ position
is of the same rank.
JOURNAL CADETS' NOTICE
There will be a meeting at -Hoi
comb's halL 47 Fourth street S (two
doors from Journal office) Wednes
day, Oct. 10, at-7:30 p.m., to discuss
plans and make arrangements for a
benefit at the.Uyxeum theater.
It Is very Important that ail Cadets
be present., /X
Officers must'''notify all their men'
i \JLO report.^^.^G. B. Blckelhaupt,
'l
$
-_'! T&&S& Comrtiartdarrt^f*
Defective Page
tehowthat t'W. P.*Mason, head of the
\promoting .company, intends to carry
lout his promise 6f offsetting the heavy
-competition- from- Chicago which has
resulted in diverting most of the traffic
in the Minneapolis, territory to that
city. The route will provide a direct
north and south connection to Minne
apolis, and will afford local jobbers
and manufacquirers opportunity to cut
into the',new territory, which is said
to be'eagerly waiting the completion
of the line.
BELL TELEPHONE TRUST
BIG COMPETITION.
Big Telegraph Corporation Flans'Com
7 Ration -with ThQiwandV of Jade-,
pendent Phone Companies Whereby
AH Concerned Will Be Able to Give
Better Long Distance Service.
Bell telephone and American Tele-
?hreatenedd
hone an Telegraph interests are
with tremendous- competi-
tion for the :telephone business of the
country" froni the combined forces of
the independent telephone companies
allied with and backed by the Western
Union Telegraph company.
The plan* includes interchange of fa*
cilities whereby the independent com
panies may reach any part of the
(United,tatqs"Unioncopper
over
Section/ MINNEAPOLIS JQTJRNAL2
$,r
MEN OF BUTTER COMING
Minneapolis Will Entertain Big Dairy
Convention Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.'
Butter and cheese experts from all
parts of the country will be In Minne
apolis Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 for the annual
convention of the Minnesota State But
ter and Cheesemakers' association. Five
hundred butter and cheesemakers will be
in
thee
city for
1
ff
The Large Centers/ 4
The focal points of the initial cam
paign will doubtless be Boston, New
York and Chicago, the only large ce^r
te"r^s which# have no independent tele
phone service, particularly in Chicago,
where the franchise of the Chicago
Telephone company, the Bell subsidiary,
is soon to expire.
Two years ago, when E. U.' Moulton
president of the Tri-State Telephone
company^ sized up the situation ,tor be:
ripe for interchange between the "West
ern Union and independent lines, the
Western Union management failed to
grasp the problem and its possibilities.
So Mr. Moulton, having failed to make
an arrangement by which the toll busi
ness of the local independent ex
changes could be done over Western
Union poles, went to work to build his
own toll lines in the northwest.. Al
ready $1,500,000 has been spent in the
work, and" with another $1,000,000 ex
pended, every point tributary to Min
neapolis and St. Paul will have been
reached.
v. It is reported from the east that the
deal will be accomplished by' the for
mation of. a holding .eompany^-.bnfe, ho
details are yet obtainable.
convention.interesting Th conventiothewill be an*
gathering, not only for the association
members, but for everybody. Exhibits
of Minnesota butter and cheese will be
shown and prizes will-b awarded"-the
best exhibits and samples shown. Ail
sessions of the convention will be held in
.the new assembly halls in. the...court-
house and city hail quadrangle. In .hon
or of the. affair the Creamery Journal of
Waterloo, Iowa, will devote a special- edi-
tion to, Minneapolis and the association
meeting, advertising the- city and the
gathering.
wmm mm
SUPREMACY- OF MISS KASSON OR
MR. BliAUSSER THE ISSUE.
Breach. oltfFKPOiisp Action Closed, in,
Inderal Gpurt^Canningbain on Trial
^Accused of ,Swin4J in. Land, Deals,
Hears Postoffice- Inspector Testify.
Whether Miss Cora Kasson of Oswe
go Springs, N. Y., led Henry Klausser of
Litchfield, Minn.,-ir6m the straight and
narrow path, or Mr. Klausser abused
the confidence reposed in him by Miss
Kasson-^-these are the questions now
before a ederal^petit jury which will
report to Judge William Lochren of. the
United States circuit court tomorrow
morning. If it decides that Klausser
was the victim, of Miss KasSon, he will
lose his reputation for firmness of char
acter, but save $10.,000. The case,*a
which is an action for .damage *9r
leged breach of promise, went to the.
jury yesterday af ternon
Fostoffice Inspector Nathan Noile,
was, the first witness called by United
Stipes Attorney Haupt jri the, trial 'of
Walter G. Cunningham,, before Judge,
Pcge Morris in^ the United States, dis
trict court yesterday, Noile conducted
the investigation which resulted in an
order, to. stop.mail addressed to Gun-,
riingham 's North American Land COUIT
pany. The- .testimony. was lengthy
and the case promises rta be a long one.
After spending twenty-four nours
trying to reach verdict in the case of
George D. Emery against Lizette SV
Morgan, the jury, reported to Judge
William Lochren that .it was hopeless
ly disagreed and was discharged. The
case' involved 15,000. shares -of mining
stock claimed by the plaintiff as com
pensation for legal services..
SilkStore
72 ttlCOLXE* AVE.
Monday Last Day of
SILK SALE
75c Silk Crepe, de Chines-
69c Silk Chiffon Poplins
75c Colored Taffetas
5e Gomeline.Silks-v
.lV,f
7oe Blue amd'White Check
:iTaffetas1-^
SAVE YOUR TEETH
39c
Sale
wirejg, strung! festerh poles' and lease
from 4hafc Company.':
xAltho th| plan 'was, suggested by a
'Minneapolis'man two yeasr agbHn NeVa
York, the.Jo.cal company has not. yet
been apriroiache'd to en|er the combina'
tion There axe now" 7,000 independent
telephone companies in the United*
States, many of them small, and "there
is no one head to speak for the? allied
organizations, which' have, never. bee:
formed into a combination.
x$l,48
s-
Yd.
Flowered Crepe de' Chines
Colored Peaii de' Cygnes-^
Black and 'White Check
Taffeias-^:
,\,t.'
Colored ^uisines
ValUe' Up=t $l 0O
Sale price Yd.
BLACK SILKS.
'deiQygnes^HK
!$-l:50' M-\tm* tMa.^'
-ariteed S%tih -m
:r3k
"r
lrt
27-Mih'.."'.''a:y'^'.....':e 1
Bic^/P^
a Sbier
Sale prleer Ydi
$i:25 and $1.50
Plaid Si^, yard.
$1.50 Novelty
Silk, yardy '._,:-. 98c
Seventy-
Humphreys5 Seven Cures Grip and
Seventy-seven''- used in Septem
ber, October and November, and kept!
handy, secures immunity: all. winter!
lpng from Coughs Colds,, Influenza, Ca
tarrh}' Sore Throat,,: Ghrip andi -.Pneu-
monia!.
-''i'"
'^77^^ stops a.fresh Cold.quick and
breaks up a stubborn Cold"that hangs
on-^-Qrip.
*f
Seventy-seven'.'is put up in a
Small Vial of pleasant pellets that fits
the vest pocket.
At Druggists, 25 cents or mailed.
Doctor's,Book nailed free.
Humphreys' Hpmeo ,Medicine Co., corner Wil
liam and. John Streets, New York.:
"What We Are Doing."
Our new booklet will tell you-how
to secure' a good paying position
ahywhere. Sett^fpr a free copy.
S.- A MORAWETZ & CO.,
500 Kasota Bldg.
THE LEADING BUJIIESS COLLEflE OF THt NORTHWEST.
Day and Evening Classes .now in-session. Alb-QUl^ftraduateS ,aslstBa.rtfl'
positions. Books .and Supplies Frjte. Be stire to .sea our handsome new
prospectus before "deciding on your school,' It Vifr'be Bent fre#-ji^6n re-
quest." ^Writelltigg -ife:
The aim of everybody is to save
money. Now, if yom want to saye
money and your teeth you call and
have a talk with me. This is a
veteran office eatabliihed 1880,
and iriy work" lasts and IB
right. -The prices aB low as^
aMy^erjfflpetent dentiit'a3&
the^XJnitecl States.
FTeetamlnation8*nd prism.
Central.jsyjen^^Jdinneapolia^Miniu.^
P-
This lot' contains-such well-known, satisfaction-giving makes as
Qarland Jewel Sterling Universal Gold Coin
Minnesota, CjjUe^e ^&s
We Guarantee Every Stove
to give satisfaction or refund your money.
WHY PAY MORE
"I Radiant Home
Cole's Hot Blast
T^Xt Stewart'
^HWiiihehaha
and many others
Come in eajl/.Mohdajir, pick your stove :out and let us set it up for you.
^:AaH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Cor. Second five. So. and Washington five.
Cor. Harvard and Delaware Sts. S. E.
MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA
Offers a Liberal and Practical Education in the following departments:
1, The Preparatory Department!. A course in:
branchespreparatory for the Academy, *i:
The Academic Departments iA course of study corresponding to
the branches commonly pursued in the. High Schoolsa preparation for
college.
The Commercial Department, A practical business educationin
every respect modern and up-to-date, including Typewriting and Stenography.
4. The Normal Department. Prepares. fpr teaching in public or
parochial schools.
5.,.The Musical Department. Piano,cbrgan, Violin, Harmony,sCounterr
point, Canony Fugue and Composition. Voice, Sight Singing, Ear Training,
Expression, Musical History, etc. The latest practical educational methods.
Courses leading to Teacher's Certificate^ Graduation, Bachelor of Music
and Organist. Evening SchoolThree evenings a week. .Instruction' in English and
other branchesalso Typewriting and Stenography. .-t
a
%r'i-. Peninsular
Back's Hot Blast
li. Mobre^s
Round Oak
Howe Ventilator
Furniture Co.
MORRIS J. TREVOR
Proprietor.
the common school
^*-f Y.r.
commodious.and/ well^^ equipped- bnilding, iiiie,
location and surroundings, able teachers. Tuition less her e'than at other-
rr&ctevolfr.iQY similar courses. Itorrf-nrther, information ad'dreajv"' .",:7:r
Acting President Minnesota College,
i Corner Harvard and Delaware Sts. SE.
From
California
Daily Until October 31
VIA ROCK ISLAND LINES
Use Free Reclining Chair Cars or pay a very mod
erate sum for berth in Pullman Tourist Sleeping
Car. Take your choice of two good routesvia El
Paso Short Line or through Scenic. Colorado.
'Through cars both ways every Tuesday.
Our Tourist Folder will be of interest. Ask also for
-illustrated California Book in colors.
A. L. STEEOB, H. J, COBB,
pity Pass'r Agt. Excursion Agt.
W. L. HATHAWAY, D. P. A.,
322 Nicollet Avenue,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Rock
Island
Natty Fall Suitings
Pall fabrics in the popular stripes and checks for Suitings and
the herringbone finish for Overcoating are ready now at our clothes
shop for the inspection of all who,..front taste and inclination,, desire
that perfection of style and guality' of gentlemanly refinement in
the make of their Autumn clothes. To the elegance imparted by
superb line of fabrics we add the skill of master tailors, resulting in
the production of a garment of surpassing beauty in cut, fit and finish.
BR.OWN BROS. M. CO., Tailors, 21 S. 6th St.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
7 so Years' Experience.
Best 22k Gold Crown $3.00
-Best Bridge Work, extra heavy. .$3.00
Set of Teeth that fit $3 to $5
Fillings BOO
Examinations and
Consultations PRE E
All work ^guaranteed' in writing and
kept in repair TEN years.
LargestJtfcntal Concern In the World.
MM PAIKLES3 BtSTlSK
II.^76STRobert
L.^ MINNEAPOLIS
Vs-
Offices
.243 Nicollet Aye
PAUL
Office
WE OFFER NO FALSE
St.,
PBIOESt!
Pants
Vests i
Skirts
Waists
Overcoats
Jackets
Draperies
Curtains
and/ in fact, anything or everything
you have in your house that needs
cleaning
NEVENS CO.,
607, 609 and 611 Hennepin Ave.
will return them to you absolutely
free of dirt at reasonable prices.
"We would like taycall your atten
tion to our Show Window, in which
you can see a few, of the different
kinds' of garments etc., that we
clean.:
-.We would also .take pleasure, Jn
showing anyone through bur Cleans
ing Department/ which we think
has no equal in the city. We would
like to show ybtii just how
:we do it.'
Now is the time to get your win
ter clothes in shape and this is the
place to get it done, as we do all
kinds of repairing, such as lining
coats and jackets, putting on vel
vet collars, binding skirts, and, in
fact, anything that is needed to be
done. .-i
Our Sponging and Pressing De
partment is the best in the city.
We have lately pifit oh a night force
of tailors, so that any time in the
night' if you will bring your suit,
you in a short time can get them
cleaned and by first-class workmen.
COUNTRY ORDERS.
We also solicit out-of-to^ii Tbusi
ness, and we assure you it will re
ceive our prompt attention. You
can send small parcels by.mail yery
cheaply up to four pounds
AN INVITATION
is extended to every one to come
and visit-our plant,'which is abso
lutely modern. It. will be a pleas
ure and an education for you.
The Best is the Cheapest.
fimtii?
PROPRIETORS
FULLER LAUNDRY
607-609-611 Hennepin Av
BO TH P*HONES 880
PRICES CUT IN TWO THIS WEEK.
(15-00 Set Teeth $800
$10.00 Set Teeth $5 0 0
$5.00 Set Teeth $300
Crown and" Bridge Work...$300 up
Fillings .50c up
BEST MATERIALS.,
A^&
BEST GUARANTEED SERVICE^
WOODBURY DENTAL CO.
524 Nicollet Ave.
:v
This is an AD.
If this attracts youri
attention, why not'
have jm
SUNDELL & KREIS
Write Your AdTcrtlsementS?
They Knqw How. Try Them.,
115 Washington Ave. N,
Mmin8S24J-2. Trf-Stite. 613.
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