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2 ~f I Exclusive Agents i I *v Wade Cfcfeets, 1 'the i 6 Beat Made for Health Style and Comfort I This Fur Jacket, $ 25 CHILDREN'S COATS Gray Persian Lamb, cloth lined throughout, sizes 1 to 6 years, well worth $3 50, for For Saturday, Special Display. Two hundred Velvet and Felt Hats, copies of Paris and New York models, that cost $20 to $50. These original designs we made in our own workrooms prettiest hats ever shown for these prices$10 $7.50 and $5.00 ib OUR Fo the Ladies Ladies' patent colt gunmetal Bluchers and Buttons fine models. Special ftO 9 for H$4mm^SmW Ladies' patent colt, gunmetal calf Bluchers t4& (flA and Buttons... .MW Vtf Ladies' patent colt, gunmetal calf Bluchers and Buttons Ladies' patent colt, gunmetal calf Bluchers and Button, col lege lasts. & Rtfl Special SPllUOtJ Ladies' vici kid Bluchers and Lace CS-fl Shoes N* mfO Ladies' vici kid Lace Shoes, winter soles Cat No. 1 Shows how Dustless Ash Coveris usedthe modern method. (Patented) NEW ENGLAND FTJBNITTJIUB & CARPET CO.K 6th Street and 1st Avenue S. J- H. &MITH, 214-2i6 Hennepin Avenue. Friday- Evening. Better styles for less money. Catalogue now ready. Mail orders filled. S FIVE TO TEN DOLLARS worth saving in buying a Suit or Cot r Hat? If it is, all you have to do is to make your selection here. *You don't care how we save it for you IF WE DO IT. You want "the style and qualitywe have both. FUR LINED COATS The greatest variety of Fine Ooats in the Northwest. Special for Saturday Fine Broadcloth Coats lined with sable selecka lining for $19.50 Squirrel Lined Coats, 50 inches long, fine broadcloth outside with high storm collar, worth $40 00, for $29.50 River Mink Lined Coats, fine black broad cloth outside, the best coat ever offered for the price $45.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $2.75 ILLINERY Department. LADIES' COATS Newest Long Coats, fine shadow plaid broad cloth in dark shadings, Skinner satin lined, reg ular value $17.50, for $10.00 Long Black Broad cloth Coats, 50 inches long, twenty styles to select from, lined throughout, plain tail ored styles or trimmed with braids, all sizes, collarless or with fur collars, Saturday at $19.50 Sixty Suits of good cheviots, broadcloth and shadow plaids, regular price $25 00 to $35.00. For Saturday TAILOR-MADE SUITS of fine serges and broadcloth all sizes black, brown and navy worth to $45.00, for CHILDREN'S COATS Heavy mixtures and plain ma terials, all sizes from 6 to 14 years Special for Saturday, $4.95, $7.50 and $10 Many Lasting Reminders of Style and Quality Shoes. Products of theBest Shoe Makers in the World $2. SO $3.00-$3.50 TO BE FOUND ONLY AT Bfnflhl&lich'e FaroousArcad Sho Hous llIIUUI9UvII S 23-25 S.WashingtonAv.& 239 NicolletAv For the Boys Boys' Calf Lace School Shoes at $1.25 Boys' Calf Lace Winter Shoes, heavy soles Boys' Box Pall Shoes 0 $1.50 Calf Durable $1.69 Boys' Box Calf Lace Shoes, viscol soles, great wearers $2.00 Cole's Original Hot Blast is the cleanest stove ever placed on the market. Our method of removing ashes shown by cut No. 1, is per fectly clean and overcomes the many objections to the ash pan used mother stoves. The elbow draft casting with its upward slant allows the empty coalhod to be set under the draft so that no ashes or coals can be spilled on the floor. Our patented dustless ash cover shown by illustration is furnished free, with Not. 122,152,182 and 196 stoves. It keeps down every particle of dust in removing ashes, a feature that will be ap preciated by every tidy housekeeper. Ash pans when used in other stores are toosmall to hold a full 24 hours'accumulation of ashes. They are usually over-filled when removed, and the ashes in the bottom of the stove are dragged out on tothe carpet, as shown by cut No. 2. You axe all fam- Pour $1 Floors $leT withf tier worid^ latest fashions. -Two of the greatest bargains ever offered for Saturday $17.50 $27.50 FUR COLLARS For Saturday, mink, squirrel, opossum, worth $7.50, for fifty pieces marten and $5.00 WAIST DEPARTMENT Taffeta Silk Waists with embroidered fronts. Fine Wool Waists in black and colors, and Plaid Waists in all sizes. Special for Saturday.. HOSIERY Department. Fine quality of 25c and 80c Hosiery for. Lisle Hosiery, plain or embroidered, 50o quality, for F* Saturday.... 33C $2.95 UNDER- MUSLINS 59c $1 Gowns for $125 Cor- set Covers $1 75 Un- derskirts 95c For the Men Men's box calf, vici kid Lace and Bluchers tiM A O $2.20 and *lf Men' box calf, gunmetal, pat ent colt, finest & A A Fo the Misses Misses' box calf and plump vici kid Lace 4 ISA Shoes for ^OlF Misses' vici kid Lace AO A Shoes for f O Fo the Childre Children's kid Lace 7QA and Button 98o and Children's kid Lace and But ton Shoes /LQ# 59o and *MJC DUST CitjriNews (unpui ii ^HUP****** AW0|G YEBDIC vt jfr i FEDERAL,JUK# IN LAND-FRAUD CASE GOES OUT. Defendant Utters More Charges Against, Fostoffice Inspector, Who Says He Inferred the Laud Man Wanted to Give Him,*5,000 Bribe. After eight days of trial in the United States 4is,triet court, the case of Walter C. Cunningham, indicted on the charge of Using the mails with intent to defraud, has gone to the jury. The last witness fqr the defense left the stand at 3.30 pan. yesterday. For the remainder of) that session and the major part of the first session today, George Stiles^ attorney for. the defend ant, made an exhaustive and eloquent plea to the 'jury. District Attorney Charles C. Haupt closed the case for the government and: the cas5^jwent to the jury this ^ernoon, Contradictions on Stand. Cunningham and ttystdfflce Inspector Nathan Nolle flatly contradicted each other on the stand yesterday afternoon. Noile was cajjled by the government shortly after the session began and testified that Cunningham had hinted to him that he would pay $5,000 for a favorable report -on the North Amer ican Land company. Taking the stand immediately after wards, Cunningham-testified that he had heard Noile's testimony and that it was "false, every word of it Noile's testimony was, in substance, that, one day last May, Cunningham said to him* "You have a fine posi tiona man called on to investigate alleged fraudulent concerns has a great opportunity People in such a concern would be willing to vay $5,000 for a favorable report." To this Noile re* plied that it would make no difference if he did accept $5,000 for a favorable report, for the department had hun dreds of other men -who would make an honest investigation He later reported it to the chief of his service, but made no mention of the suggestion when on the stand for the government for the first time. When asked by Judge L. W. Collins, attorney for the defense, why he did. not resent this offer, Noile said* "T would not resent anything fronfV some sources This testimony was called forth by Cunningham's insinuation, while on the stand earlier in the day, that Noile had made veiled overtures to him for hush money, hinting at a partnership in the business. The Alleged Booty. Postoffice Inspector Rush B. Simmons was called by the government to testi fy as to the receipts of the North Amer ican Land company, as evidenced by the books presented in court by Cun ningham. They were as follows: Feb ruary. $1,773 March, $2,516 April, $3,176 May, $3,229 June 1 to 11. $1,165 total, $$11,859. In outlining his charge to the "jury, Judge Page Morris said that the case turned on the question of whether Cun ningham devised his mail order land agency scheme with intent to defraud. GERMAN SOCIETY PROSPER Directors Hold Ninth Meeting and Re tort On Work. on J. G. Bickel, a. Nicollet avenue. J" -iit The ninth meeting of the directors of the German society of St. Paul-Mih neapolis was held at the home of the president, 719 Portland avenue, St. Paul, Wednesday evening. Those pres ent were H. E. Grunow, Louis Holtzer mann, Theodore Koch, Otto Kuffner, D. Lange, Hans von Lorenz, Richard Lorenz, Herman Scheffer and Dr. G. Stamm. The minutes of the eighth meeting and the report for the three months, July, August and September, were approved. The report contains the following items Cash on hand July 1, $119.23. Re ceipts* from eighteen old members, $23, from ten new members, $12, contribu* tion from the Bangerbund of the north west, sent by Louis Betz, $25. Refunds* on loans, $41.50 refunds on railroad fare, meals, nights' lodgings, $12.37. Total. $233 10. Expenditures: Loans to seven par ties, $50, relief, $33 55 annual ^cOntn bution to the Associated Chanties, $5 expenses, $5.13. lotal, $93 68. Cash on hand Oct 1, $139.42 During the past three months the de mand for workmen surpassed the num ber of applicants. Nineteen persons received work, twelve meals and lodg ings, five fare and two financial aid, one medical attention, four information and seven loans. Homo Visitors' Excursions Via Wisconsin Central. Louisville, Ky., and return $26.00 Prttsburg, Pa., and return 29.35 Cleveland, Ohio, "and return 26.70 Detroit, Mich., and return 23.70 Buffalo, N. Y., and return 13135 Cincinnati, Ohio, and return 26 00 Toronto, Ont., and return 31.35 Also numerous other pointson sale Oct. 19th onlywith return limit Nov. 18th. Ticket office, 230 Nicollet ave. California Tourist Cars and Cheap Tickets. Save $15 by going via the Minneap olis & St. Louis railroad before Oct 31. Bate applies via all 'direct routps. Tourist cars are Pullman's* latest models, offering all possible comforts. Rate for double "berth only $6.75. Before purchasing:J: your tickets call and T. A~ 424 Wholesome food requires wholesome constituentsyou can't get good bis cuit from poor baking powderuse Hunt'8 Perfect, the wholesome kind. COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE PROOP ihar with the ash pan method, and have, nojloubt, gone through the process many times of spreading a newspaper or cloth under your Stove ever| tkne the over-filled pan is retobved. The ash pan is not dbfy dirty, but is a great evil ashes over the carpet when opened. in stove construction. It adds a door and joints which can be made only temporarily air-tight by the use of stove putty. These joints open after a few weeks' use, rendering ash pan stoves worthless as fire keepers, and makes them fuel-eaters rather than fuel-savers. The ash pan and the shield for guiding ashes into the pan, also prevent base heat Our method Is the only clean way. The whisk broom, turkey wing and dust cloth are dispensed with. There are no joints to leak air, base heat is not retarded and Cole's Hot Blast is the cleanest stove, the best floor neater and the only stove in the world which can be guaranteed to remain always air-tight -SOLD BT- GLESSNEB & WASHBTntNp 313^321'Central Avenue, m* For Men Nobby street shoes in the new demi glaze Calfskin and Patent Colt. All the new popular shapes SMOKE PROOF The feed door on this stove is guaranteed smoke proof anctdoes away with the escape of smoke, soot and gas into the house. Side feed doors used on other stoves discharge a cloud of gas and soot-lad ened smoke into the house and scatter soot and Another point: In feeding coal into a side feed door it has to be thrown into the stove, which usually results in scattering much of it over the floor. With our cleanly smoke proof feed door the coal is poured into the stove even to the dust in the bottom of the hod without a particle being spilled onHhe floor. This clean and economical stove burns the gases which of^en escape into the rooms with other stoves. The annoyance and dirt from kindling new fires is dispensed with, as the rooms are heat ed up for two or three hours each morning with the fuel put in the night before and the Fire is Never (fut. COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST is the cleanest stove made and will more than save its cost in fuel each winter. Defective Page y- $4.00-$5.00 TH E BES .SHOE "ft&fr& AND THR BEST PLACE TO BUY THEM If you have a good position open you ought to have a good employee to fiU it Write your Journal want ad, stating fully the requirements and the opportunities of the position, and you will receive answers from many capable persons You lose the best of your opportunity to get a competent employee when you word your ad carelesslv or too briefly the right person is sure to answer W. X. MOEISON & CO., 247-249 tficol A fifaaERNjfocTOisr- 64MODERNSTORE i THE SHEEP TO YOU-ONE PROFIT-ON: NO MONEY Gr& FALL CLOTHING GET IT NOW THIS CREDIT STORE WILL SHOW YOU HOW Pick out your Clothe Take them with you Put them on and wear thempay while you wear in small weekly or monthly payments as you prefer. We boldly proclaim that we sell on Credit at Cash Store priceswe can easily do this because we are the largest Credit Cloth- iers in the worldwe own and operate 64 stores and are large manufacturers. Everything in Clothing, Hats and Shoes for Men, Women and Children shoe for Men TheBest$3.50 Tell the whole story, and CotN.2 Shows the dirty ash pan method. Avenue. 0 E. WOEHLER & CO., 2121 Crystal Lake Ave. N. 4160 Washington Ave. N. i ,sftmto.ifr** Nicoll&fvi Avfenue See Us for the Natty New Fall Styles New Gun Metal Booted' for Women But tonface and Blucher patternsIdeal Fall Boots $3.50-$4 Patent Colt Boots Dressy Street Bootssmart new lasts, new heels, new patterns Serviceable Shiny Shoes-^v $3.50 fJM&33f $4.00 $5.00 MAIL ORDERS No nutter inwhat town or city you live you cut buy Stylish Clothing for Men and Women by mall, on easy payment terms direct from our factory. Send for Free Catalogue and style book. Address Mooter4 BoacaMtem Co. Factory ochestefr, H. T. 615-617 1st Ave.So. Wisconsi Dair Co. Saturday Specials. EAGLE BRAND Creamery Butter has no equal-for freshness and fine dedicate flavorright fresh from our churn dallynever hours old Try a jarv 4. **&- sk tomorro12rove and compare.it with other brands you have been paying more for. Special price Saturday, buik. jars or sanitary cartons, per pound 27c S*iA Choice lot Farm Dairy Butter at especially low prices Good Cooking Butter, in Jars. per pound 18c Choice Dairy Butter, bulk or & jars, per pound 20 Wne Dairy Butter, bulk or Jars, per pound 2 3c Fancjr 'Separator Dairy Butter, bulk or jars, per pound 25 BULK OYSTER8. We* are direct shippers of Balti more Oysters, that's the reason we can sell you Fancy Standard Oysters at, per quart, 30c We want your empty Butter* Jars. We pay 2%c each for them. Tele phone us and we will call for them. ICE CREAM Special for Sunday will be pi Walnut with French Cherrleef 1 quart, 30c, 2 quarts. tO J%* Phne 914 Bot WISCONSIN DAIRY CO.