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Vest Pocket E S a thin, round-cornered little Enamel Box When carried in your vest pocket it means Health-Insurance. It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant taste, almost as pleasant as Chocolate. Each tablet is a working dose of Cas* carets, which acts like Exercise on the Bowels and Liver. It will not purge, sicken, nor upset the Stomach. Because it is not a "Bile-driver," like Salts, Sodium, Calomel, Jalap, Senna, nor Aperient Waters. up in them at that particular time. The chief cause of Constipation and Indigestion is a weakness of the Muscles that contract the Intestines and Bowels. Cascarets are practically to the Bowel Muscles what a Massage and Cold Bath are to the Athletic Muscles. They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to contract, expand, and squeeze the Diges tive Juices out of food eaten. They don't help the Bowels and Liver in such a way as to make them lean upon similar assistance for the future. This is why, with Cascarets, the dose may be lessened each succeeding time instead of increased, as it must be with all Other Cathartics and Laxatives. (3 times as much) Wears Longer (5 times as long) Dries Quicker (in 10 minutes) Than Any Enamel. 77te Tragic Confession of a Spinster, Who Realizes That No Fame or Wealth Can Compensate for the Solitude of Her Life* In this article the author, whose name for obvious reasons we are not at liberty to disclose, drops for once the mask which she in common with other "Bachelor Maids," is accustomed to turn to the world. Though no longer young, she frankly says she longs for the companionship of a husband and the care of children. The circumstances which have kept from her the happiness which these blessings bring are stated with the same directness which characterizes the whole article. It is the life-story of a "successful" woman, a drama of real life in which the last act is a tragedy. This article appears in our new magazine Ndmer*,. HfceCas.or 0,!. Cycerm,. J^t^tLSS^&'wSSSSi ft or other Oily Laxatives that simply lubricate structions relative to disposing of the the Intestines for transit of the food stopped income. In a maze he went on th the pile and found letter after letter from friends and acquaintances, all of Cascarets act like exercise. If carried in your vest pocket, (or carried in My Lady's Purse,) and eaten just when you suspect you need one, you will never know a sick day from the ordinary Ills of life. Because these Ills begin in the Bowels, and pave the way for all other diseases. "Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. ?3? Be sure you get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never gold in bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." Covers More Surface, A Child Ca Appl I For sale by w. K. Morison & Co.. T. M. Rob erts, u.c=+ Western Stove Repair Co, Clement* ft Smith. Powerb Mercantile Co. and Dayton Urj Uooua Co PANGME SEASON. Aunt Jemima Pancake Tlour always ready for lns'ant use No yeast, salt or baking powder requhed Siniplv mix the flour with milk or water Get it from your Grbqer, while ^he Giiddle, Muffin or Waffle season is on, and make rour breakfast complete. Dealers supplied br A \autlever Distribu tor, 5O5-50C Sykf block. Long-distance phone, Main No 1514 Minneapolis, Minn. DAVIS MILLING CO., St. Joseph, Ho. MAa-/saurt^rt'as.fed^-7'il"-'- b" 1li^n-.ftf,,r i'-L-'.W'^'.H t" .V?. ^^T) 1 Now On Sale At All News-stands 10 Cents A Copy $1.00 A Year THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY, New York JOKE ON 'SPORT' LEAHY, BUT WHO IS THE JOKER? William C. Leary, at one time known as "Sport" Leary of the Minnesota football team, but now occupying the dignified position of attorney for the Hnnepin board of county commission ers, has sprung into sudden and aston ishing popularity. Last Wednesday the courthouse mailman staergrered into Bill's'' office and deposited upon the attorney's table a stack of several hun dred letters. I don't know this game," mur mured the former halfback, "but I never saw a line that I wouldn't at least try to buck. So here goes! amj. the intrepid counselor Jiterally dove into the pile. To his surprise the first Whatever threate ns woman's delicate sense of modesty, frightens her. For this reason many a woman permits disease of the delicate womanly orga ns to become aggravated because she cannot bring herself to submit to the ordeal of unpleasant questionings, offensive examinations, and obnoxious local treatments, which most physicians think necessary. Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage of Dr. Pierce's offer of free consultation by letter have been led to do so by the escape thus offered from a treatment repugnant to modesty. Any sick woman may write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., in perfect confidence all letters of consultation being treated as atrictly private and sacredly confidential, and all answers being sent in plain envelopes with no advertising or other printing upon them. Such consultation costs you nothing whether you take treatment from Dr. Pierce or not. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has been long hailed as a "God-send to women." It makes weak women strong and sick women well. I enables wom en suffering from "female weakness," prolapsus uteri, retro-version, antever sion, and other displacements of the organs distinctly feminine, to cure themselves right in the privacy of their homes. Pelvic catarrhal drains, painful or irregular periods, backache, frequent headaches, weak nerves, dragging-down pain or distress in the^ower abdominal, or pelvic, region, gnawing sensation in stomach, dizziness, or faint spells, and kindred conditions and symptoms are cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. It is not a secret or patent medi cine, against the use of which most Eeople of intelligence naturally object, ut is, in iact, the "Favorite Prescrip tion" of a regularly educated and ex perienced physician in the treatment of woman's peculiar ailments and who is not afraid to publish all its ingredi ents, as he does, on its bottle-wrapper, attesting the correctness of the same under oath. "Favfirite Prescription i& the 6ne Tiedicine for vtoman delicate ailments prin ciples found in our most valuable native, nedicinat roots, as attested by many of the most eminent medical Writers and teachers of all the several schools of practice. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine, carefully devised by an experienced and skillful physician, and adapted to woman's delicate system. It is made of native American medicinal roots and is perfectly harmless in its effects tn any condition of the female system. As a powerful invigorating tonic Fa vorite Prescription" imparts strength 1$ the wUole system an a to the organs distin'/ty feminine in particular. For Over-worked, worn-out," run-down debilitated teachers, milliners, dress makers, seamstresses, ""shop-girls,^ house-keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening ner vine Favorite foejBcriptiQn uneg.ua!' them .mysterious to him. Some asked for information about the nature of his new business plan and others with the beautiful trust of the gold brick pur chaser, contained sums of money. "Bill" rubbed his head. Then he pinched himself and found that he was really awake. At last a great light broke in upon the bewildered county attorney. He found in one letter the following newspaper clipping: BUSINESS QHANCEPERSONS WITH $100 OB mure who vaiit their monev to earn 20 pei cert tn a profitable and legitimate Minneapolis enterprise ie invited to address. W C. Leary, com thouse "It's on me, I gueBS," lje remarked with a weary smile as he stacked up the letters. "The only thing about it is I don't know who to buy for. Letters are still coming to the Leary business headquarters and "Bill" has renewed faith in advertising and th* gullibility of his fellowman. RENVILLE, MINN John Weipkiqk fell from a fi eight train and badly lacerated his left arm below the elbow and at the shoulder and leeelved a pash In the head above the ear He hag a wife and two children at Milwaukee His condition is serious Is Modesty. ed and is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous excitability, irritabil ity, nervous exhaustion, nervous pros tration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, St. Vitus's dance, and other distressing, nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic disease of the uterus. It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and des pondency. -You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this PROVEN REMEDY OF KNOWN COMPOSITION. "The Blood is The Life." Science has never gone beyond the above simple statement of scripture. But it has illuminated that statement and given it a meaning ever broadening with the increasing breadth of knowl edge. When the blood is "bad" or im pure it is not alone the body which suffers through disease. The brain ie also clouded, the mind and judgement are effected, and many an evil deed or impure thought may be directly traced to the impurity of the blood. Foul, impure blood can be made pure by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. It enriches and purifies the blood thereby curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and other cutaneous affectious, as eczema, tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other manifestations of impure blood. In the cure of scrofulous swellings, enlarged glands, open eating ulcers, 01 old sores, the "Golden Medical Discov ery has performed the most marvelous cures. I cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers, it is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pierce's All-Healing Salve, which possesses wonderful heat jng potency TV hen used as an application to the sores in conjunction with the use of "Golden Metrical Discovery" as a blood clteansincconstitutional treatment. If your jdrugfist don't happen to have Salve" in stock, you :ure it by inclosing fifty iostage stamps to Dr. ft. "ainSt., Buffalo, N Y., to you by return post, ista keep it as well as the Medical Discovery." You can't afford to ardent anv-medi ^hich Jg a medicme OF KKQWN nOM aving a complete list of in plain English on its bottle^wrapper, the same being attested as correct under oath. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigor ate the stomach, liver and bowels One to thaye a dose. Easy to take as candy* City Iteifis NORTH SIDERS A3K CROSS TOWN LINE NORTH AND NORTHEAST RESI DENTS WILL CO-OPERATE. i, They Want a Trolley Line Across Either the Plymouth or the Twenti eth Avenue Bridge and Will Work Hard to Get It-Armour Plant a Factor. An organized campaign will goon be launched by the commercial organiza tions of North and Northeast Minne apolis for a cross-town car line that will connect these two ends of the city by means of a line across the Mis sissippi river. Already work is quiet ly under way and much has been done in the way of preparation. It is contended that these two sec tions arc now separated so they can not work together. I is further* main tained that with a cross-town line both sections will receive a substantial boost and great benefit to the entire city re sult. The exact route will be decided in conference, but at present a line across the liver at Plymouth^ ofr Twentieth avenues N is favored. I is proposed to extend across Northeast Minneapo lis on Broadway Or Thirteenth avenue NE to Central avenue, or to connect with the line that will be built to the Armour plant. With this important industry established North Minneapo lis and the closer Northeast district will demand better connections that a share of the benefits accruing may be received. Bridges Are There. At present the only ear lines on both sides the river parallel it. There are bridges at Plymouth, Twentieth ave nue N and Thirty-second avenue N, but there are no lines on them. Points on opposite side of the river that are both on cai lines and are less than half a mile apart, cannot be reached without traveling from two to five miles, down one side of the river, across the Central ayenue bridge, and back up the other side, or walking. A line across Plymouth avenue, it is argued, would be a great convenience at present and save much time. Every North Side line is reached at Plym outh and Washington, and by continu ing the line thru Northeast Minneapo lis on Broadway, all Northeast lines can be intersected. The long trip thru the center of the city would be obvi ated, and congestion in the center of the city avoided. The same line ex tended could be made a part of the Armour plant line, and a valuable dis tributor of traffic to and from that point. Twentieth avenue N is talked of as a better route, and it- is suggested also that the Plymouth line might run north to Thirteenth avenue NE after crossing the bridge and then extended east to inteisecting lines. JOURNAL CADETS FIND TICKET SELLING EASY Journal cadets are making a thoro canvass of the city with tickets fo their benefit appearance1 with the Frawr leys at the Lyeeufttf th week ^of Oct. 29. The boys have abdut finished the sale of tickets to their relatives and friends, and will commence selling to the general public this week. While they will endeavor to leave no place of business or office unvisited, it is pos sible that a few may be overlooked, and for their benefit a ticket salesman will be stationed at the counter in the Journal office. The cadets are to appear as the sol diers in "Northern Lights^" a thrill ing drama of the Sioux uprising, which will be presented by the Frawley com pany at the Lyceum next week*. The play itself is well worth seeing, and the splendid work done by the Frawleys in their previous productions guarantees that it will be well put on. The cadets are given a prominent place in the play and their many friends will enjoy see ing them. The cadets who are hustling with their tickets are selling them without difficulty. One cadet, living at Colum bia Heights, came in Saturday with an order for forty tickets, most of which were sold. Captain Floyd Cooper of Hopkins hesitated about taking five tickets at the meeting Wednesday night. Satur day he reported at the counter in The Journal office with the money for the five, took ten more, and said that he would telephone in for another lot in the course of this week. So good did Cooper find the field that he did not hesitate about inviting competition, but brought two other Hopkins cadets with him to get tickets. Ticket selling is easy, and if the cadets will only get out and hustle this week they will find themselves with a goodly sum in the treasury as a result of their efforts. All sales should be reported at The Journal office every dav, and as soon as their first lot of tickets is exhausted cadets should take out a second supply. The Lyceum should be crowded each night of the benefit. INSUBANOE POLITICS Minnesota Policyholders Admonished to Oust the Old Gang. An appeal to Minnesota" policyholders in the "New York Life" and the Mutual Liife Insurance companies has been is sued by a number of prominent policy holders in the state requesting: their co operation in the election of the boards of trustees into whose hands the man agement of the two companies will be turned. The object is to prevent the election of the so-called "administration ticket," which will perpetuate in office the men who have brought about the present conditions and instead to elect the "National policyholders* ticket" for the New York Life and the "United Committees' ticket for the Mutual Life, composed of men who, it is stated, are best fitted to safeguard the policy holders' interests. The anpeal cites the fact that in 1905 the directors df the two companies were elected by a vote of less than One-fifth of 1 per cent of the policyholders T^he "Armstrong bill," by canceling all pre viously issued proxies, gives the stock holders the right to name their own candidates, vote for them by ballot, and thus elect men who will represent their interests. The circular is signed by thirty-two men whose names are promi nent lp the state. EOZ.D MEM0KIAL SERVICES. Lodges of the A. 0. V. W. and Degree of Honor Of St. Paul met yesterday afternoon fp People's church, St. Paul, and held memotlal services, the annual "lodge Of sorrow** for departed members. The program included organ numbers br Professor A. C. Koenier, vocal solos by MISB Mabel Carpenter and Miss Datrv Haas and the lodge quartet sang two anthem*. George B, O'Reilly presided and Rev. A. *J Btnlth 8e- liyered the prayer and^ benediction. Mrs. Myra L. Spragne of Minneapolis grand chief of honor, delivered the memorial address- for th aptlllfciy octette*. Combination Suits, mixed wool, white and blue, $3.50. Combination Suits, white and gray, $4. Combination Suits, wool, gray and blue, $4.50. Combination Suits, extra heavy, all wool, in blue and natural, $5. Combination Suits, Vega silk and wool mixed, blue, white and flesh, $4. Combination Suits, Vega silk, white, blue and flesh, $4.50, Combination Suits, heavy silk, white and flesh, $9.75 $10.50 $12.50 $15. Vests and Drawers, $1.00 David Bell Knocked Across Street and Badly Bruised. David Bell, 468 Minnesota street, St. Paul, was struck by an auto in that city at Eighth and Cedar streets, last asss* UnderwearWinter Weights The Munsing Underwear A very satisfactory and popular priced underwear, made in Minneapolis. Knit with the best of yarnwell made, fits well, wears well and looks well. $1.50. an Combination Suits, $1.50 $2.75 and $3.0O. Children's Combination Suits, a very complete line, from 50c Men's Combination Suits (Sterling), merino, blue and natural, $5. Sterling, pure wool, blue and natur a $6. Munsing, wool an cotton mixed, two grades, $2.50. $3. Shirts and Drawers, natural merino, at $1.50 $2 $2.50. AUTO HITS ST. PAUL MAN Men's Underwear Comfortable and Reliable No better underwear made than that found in our stock. Smooth yarns, best qualities, well woven,* perfectly shaped, elastic and comfortablesold at reasonable prices. Sterling $6. evening. He was on his way to a lunch wagon when the auto suddenly turned a corner and knocked him nearly across the street. He sustained two bad cuts on the back of his head, his left hand was painfully sprained, and his chest hurt. He was taken to his home by the FOOT ^SCHULZE Glove Rubbers "Old Fashion Rubbers" How often have you heard It said, "They don't itiake rubbers like they used to." Glove Rubbers were first made 60 years ago In the good, old-fashioned, substantial way. Thev are made the same way now. They are a shining, noteworthy exception to the rule of imitation, disappointing inferior rubber goods. Made to fit the latest style shoes. More Pure India Rubber in them than in other makes. More Satisfaction to the Wearerbecause more quality, more wear, more style. They cost no more than the ordinary kinds. Glove Rubbers and Arctics for every use to which a rubber or arctic can be put will be shown you by these representative dealers: MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE Nicollet and Third. J. A. SEDERBERG, 1305 Washington Av. S. O. P. HAGEN, 3111 Nicollet Av. L. NELSON, 1107 Franklin Av. FRED GRAAF, 2501 Twenty-third Av. 8. JOHN E. ERICKSON, 1817 Franklin Av. S. FRANKLIN SHOE CO., 1523 Franklin Av. S. E. C. GUTTERSEN & CO., 2921 Nicollet Av. GEORGE W. BUSH, 100 Western Av. M. SIEBERT, 306 Central Ave. E. DAHL & CO., 307 REMEMBECedareAv.y th onl reason any ^dealer has for trying to sell you another brand when you ask for GLOVE BRAND is that he makes a little more on it. The retail price of Glove Rubbers is the same as that of other nmkes. Insist on the Glove Brand and look for the Foot-Schulze mark reproduced below, together with the Glove trademark on the sole of every "genuine Glove Full Fashioned Underwear We are sole agents in Minneapolis for ladies' and children's garments. Being full fashioned, these garments cover perfectly, give proper fullness to the bust and hips without surplus fabric under the arms. Elastic facing and stitching allow the garments to shape themselves perfectly to the form. These goods are sold under a guarantee. Combination Suits, in silk and wool, white only, Combination Suits for children, in blue and white, $2.75 to $3.50. $2. Sterling Vests and Pants, wool, blue and white, Sterling Vests and Pants, silk and wool, white, blue and flesh, $2.50. Boyal, Vega silk and wool Combination Suits, white and flesh, $3. Eoyal Combination Suits, wool, white and natural, $2.50. $2.GO. Sterling, mercerized lisle, in blue, $(J Munsing- Combination Suits, all cot ton, $1.50. Mattelutz steam shrunk Shirts an.l "Drawers, made of the best Austral ian wool, a real luxury in underwear. Light weight, $2.25 medium, $2.50 $3 heavy weight, $3.50. SolicegavSpectators BOSTON SHOE CO., 1427 Franklin Av. S. O. P. THURSTON, 2420 Central Av. CHAS. A. OLSON, 421 Central Av. A. RUNDQUIST, 2539 Central Av. FRANK KISTLER, 700 Sixth Av. N. H. J. JOHNSON, 505 Plymouth Av. NIC FABER, 1219 Washington Av. N. W. F. HUGH, 1307 Washington Av. N. A. 'N. DAHL, 324 Twentieth Av. $. ANDERSON & NEWSTROM 1221 Washington Av. N. JACOB KRANZ, 2000 James A v. N. C. H. DALE, 333 Central Av. 4? *U12* who saw the acci ent the police the number of the auto. I was located at the Western garage, and Albert Jensen, chauffeur, was taken to the police station, where he promised to appear in court today and give an account of his actions. 3$& h- r. & s-A'