Garments shown here are drawn from life. Those
familiar with style will appreciate their correctness.
T^HE locality in which fur-bearing animals are
taken, the time of year, the prevailing cli-
matic conditionsall make a quality difference
in the skins.
This quality-difference is always considered
in selecting skins for Gordon Furs.
To the broad experience and infinite skill of
expert furriers, as well as to the masterly craft-
manship of high-class tailors, is due the supreme
goodness of Gordon Fur-Lined Garments.
v- "WJ X. Douglas sHqes are recognized expert
fudges of foot-wear to be the best in style, fit anj
"wear produced irvtHis cp-untry. EacK part of
tK shoe and every detail of the mailing is IboKed
after and -watched over sKilled shoemaKers,
regardless of time or expense. If I could tahe
you into nay large factories at DrocKton, Mass.,
and iho- you how carefully "W. L. Douglas
shoes are made, you -woul then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better wear
longer, and.ar of greater value than other mahes.
W. L.DOUGLAS$4.00 GDLT EDGESHOE
W. L. Douglass name and pripe is stamped on. the,bottom', vftftch protects the
wearer against highprices and inferiorshoes. Take no substitute. Wherever
you live you can obtain W. L. Douglas shoes. Sold In W. L. Douglas exclusive
shoe stores in the principal cities and by the best shoe dealers everywhere.
W. DOUGLAS BOYS' SHOES $1.75 AND $1.00. JUS* THE_SAME A8,
.MY MEN'S S3.SO SHOES, THE SAME LEATHERS, FOR $ 1.76 AND $2.
JRut Color Eyelets used exclusively. Catalog mmed/ree* W. LrlhmgU&tBrockton, Mast.
W Douglas Shoe Store in Minneapolis! 309 Nicollet Avenue.
rfjfeife^ &*&&* fa riSefoJSii
WB mnt yon to know afrput MeXibbin-z
fan. If your dealer will not show you, come
to us at Broadway and Fifth streets, St. Paul,
and we will be pleased to show yon oar com
plete stock and submit estimates.
Gordon FunLined Garments
This* is a picture of a smart loose-fit
ting garment, as comfortable as it is
Made in several qualities of black Ker
sey, lined with Muskrat, Hamster, Aus
tralian Opossum or Squirrel.
Full fur lining in the sleeves adds to
the comfort of this garment, while its
elegance is enhanced by the different
harmonizing furs used in the collars.
Prices vary according to the quality of
the furs used, from $45 to $175,
Jtsk your dealer for
:BY DARING BANDIT
Poor Men and Women Not Mo-
lested by Train Bobber
Once in Army.
FINED FOB HIS NOVEL METHODS
Chippewa Falls Man Abused a Horse in
Delivering It to Mortgagor.
CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.0. B. Brasier
adopted a novel ^ay to deliver a mortgaged
horse to the mortgagor. He hitched the horse
early in the morning behind the barn of Charles
Henneman, the mortgagor, and attached a note
to the halter: "Hennemann: Care for this
horse." Abut 9 o'clock at night, Hennemann
found the horse and turned it over to the po
lice. A warrant was then Bworn ont for Bra
sier charging him with abusing a horse and
he warf brought here and fined. As Hennemann
does not want the horse, the authorities will
sell it to pay the costs In the case.
Clothing Corner Released.
The large store in the Bank of Min
neapolis building, corner Third street
and Nicollet avenue, has been leased
by the United Cigar Stores Company!
after Jan. 1. This means the retire
ment of the Meagher Clothing Compa
ny, present, occupants, before that date.
The entire stock is soon to be put on
the market at quick-sale prices, to get
it all out of the way before .Jan.. 1.
Low Bates to the Southeast.
Commencing December 18th and on
the first and third Tuesdays of each
month thereafter until March, 190f, the
'Chicago Great Western Railway will
sell one-way colonist tickets at nearly
half fare to points in Alabama, Louis
iana and Mississippi. For further in
formation apply.to C. D. Fisher, City
Ticket Agent, corner Nicollet avenue
and Fifth street, Minneapolis.
How It Can Be Done.
A cash payment. A monthly payment.
A lot in Crystal Lake cemetery. A nec
essary provision. A satisfaction. Loca
tion and prices to suit purses and needs.
opes, white and
square and ob-
Iong,25 in pack-
age, actual val-
ue to 10c, A A
Small Stave*.., Prompt
SULLIVAN COAL CO., 626 1st Ave, S.
Marshall, Mo., K[ov. 27.The bandit
who held-up. the Chicago ft Alton train.
Monday morning between Glasgow and
Slater, Mo., has offered to make a full
confession if the charge against him is
In' Missouri the. extreme penalty for
train jobbery is death, the minimum
ten years in /prison. The_prosecutor
refused, any concession. The bandit
then volunteered a statement as fol
"My name is Claude Randall my
age 20 yearsj my brother was the one,
who* robbed the Golden State Limited,
and he told me that the Golden State
Limited did not stop between Slater
and Mexico, and for that reason I
came to -Slater to get on the train. I
got in.the*smoking car and went thru
it and robbed"two or three other cars.
I did not take any money from work
ingmien or ladies, as I only wanted to
take money from those that had made
it easy and could afford it.
Made One "DigUp.'
i"One man, when he heard me tell
another passenger that I did not want
any of his money because he was a
laborer, said he was a laborer also. I
did not believe him, and asked him to
show me his hands. Upon looking at
them I found them as soft as a wom
an's. I then made him 'dig up,' taking
from him his $45 watch, which I told
him I -would send to the St. Louis Re
public, where he could get it, as I only
wanted it to keep time by until I got
to my destination.
"I allowed the conductor to get too
close to me and he grabbed my pistol
and my throat. He then wrenched
the pistol from me, and I broke and
ran to the back of the1
of the passengers and all of the train
crew rushed upon me while the train
was in motion, struck me upon the
head witli the pistol and tried to throw
me overboard while the train was run
ning thirty miles an hour.
Got $1,500 in Caen.
"I got about $1,500 and about eight
or ten watches from the passengers en
the train. I did not want this jewelry,
but they forced me to take it.''
The prisoner is ndw awaiting a pre
liminary hearing. He shows evidence
of his capture and he has a deep gash
in his forehead, where he was struck
over the head with a pistol.
The officers are confident from the
evidence they had that it was this man
who robbed the Golden State limited,
and not his "brother."
LID ISSUE UP IN CHICAGO
Mayor Dunne Faces Demand for Sun
day Closing of Saloons.
Journal Special Service.
Chicago, Nov. 27. Mayor Dunne
must face the Sunday closing issue
squarely, according to plans laid at a
secret meeting of the members of the
executive committee of the Sunday
Closing league. Mandamus proceedings
are to be instituted in the superior or
circuit court of Cook county to compel
the city, executive to enforce the law
providing that dramshops shall be
closed on Sunday. Pox more than two
hours the members of the committee
discussed the situation, and it was
agreed that the league "should strike
while the iron is hot."
The deliberations did not reach the
subject of possible impeachment pro
ceedings against the mayor, but it was,
pointed out that any member of the
league might go before the grand jury
and make complaint against the head
of the city government on the charge
of non-enforcement of the league.
First Ave. S..
Boys* $6, $7J50 and $ 8 values. J. i.choice
Ducks, at lb.
^l and 12^c
SCHOOL CHILDREN DRUfrK?
Now York Pastor Declares Pupils Ap*
pear in Intoxicated Condition.
Journal Speoial Serrloe.
New York. Nov^ 27.-r-Rev. Dudley
Oliver Osterheld of" the Ozone Park
Methodist church caused a sensation
among his auditors last night when he
asserted that it had been brought to
his attention that in the schools of
Wood Haven children between the ages
of 6 and 10 years are frequently turned
out of the.classrooms, by their teachers
because they are under the influence of
spirituous liquor.. In one instance, he
declared, he was told a child was so
intoxicated that it fell down an entire
Great Alteration and Biiilffi^
Regular $20.0 0 value.
Just 200 in the lot. Black only. Coat
of fine Kersey, 50 inches long, satin
lined, ttouout. Collar of extra fine
River Mink. We guarantee this lime
to be a good $20 value. f%W
One day only. 4l^"0
^P^'^dats^ collars and pieces.
Coney Scarfs with two long tabs and fan
cy heads, $5 value, special $3.00.
Squirrel Scarfs, 'natural and blended,
large and small, plain, and fancy. Prices
$3.9 5 to $io.
SQUIRREL MTJTPS TO J4AT0HExtra
large* muffs to match in both blended
and natural, $7.50 to $12.50.
Absolutely no question about "Fur Headquarters." Tear after year we demonstrate*
that for reliable furs POWERS is the place. A special showing Wednesday of
the season's favorite styles. A few prices quoted
Boys' $3 $ 4 and $ 5 values........choice,
Suits-Two-piece Double Breasted an& Norfolk style.....
Novelty Suits-^-Buster, Eton, Norfolk, Vestee and Sailors
Boys,' ReefersOxford mixtures with storm collars
OvercoatsSizes 3 to 8 with close fitting collars
Choice of this great bargain lot. ,i. .yi^i-.i,.........
plai colors^and fancy mixtures.:.
Boys' Norfolk Suitsmade with bloomer pants ..Y.
Double-breasted and.Vestee Suits,-regular pant
Boys' Novelty |&|s4-Buster, Sailor and Russian styles,
in Serges, Velvets and Mixtures
Overcoats-^Plain and fanoy mixtures some flannel lined..-,
We have }dst tSade knother great purchase of 500
HIGH CLASS TEIHMED HATS
All hand niade, Silk Velvet Dress Hats, at about
one-thirfl tlieir. actual value. .Divided into two
great lots for Wednesday. A rare chance to
hatt for Thanksgiving for
little money, ^aice for Wednesday
wliat we asfc
1 AL PREVIOUSL ADVERTISE SPECIALL REDUCE PRICES I
for these mott remarkable sales will continu^ in force Wednesday, November 28, while quantities
JastJ Particularly do we call your attention^ tor-the Greatest Sale of Silksthe Sale of Blankets
at Less than Mill Pricesthe Change of Buyers* Sale in^the Millinery Dept.THE Sale of Linens
of the Seasonthe Women's Suit Saleevery one the most successful the Northwest has ever known.
Sensational s^le women's fur collar coats!
another practical demonstration of the POWERS way.
Fur collar coats'v
Storm CollarsIn River-Mink, Opossum,
Natural and Blended Squirrel^ Persian
Lamb, and Mink. Splendid values.
Prices $8.75 to $12.50.
Mink Pieces and SetsLargest -assort
ment -in the city hundreds of fancy
pieces now on display, Trices $ 8 7 5
to $100. To
Groceries, meats and poultry at lowest prices,
pure tnd wholesome, in almost unlimited variety and in addition we?Il give
double amount trading stampsffiSaJtS^^^^J%^
Young chickens, lb. Fowl, at lb.
10c lie and 12|4c 9c and lie.
flight of stairs on its way out of the
Foot-Schulze Glove rubbers fit- modr
em shoes. All dealers.
Note Change in Departing Time, Train
No. 2. Wisconsin -Central.
Effective Sunday, December 2d, train
No. 2 will leave Minneapolis for Chi
cago at 7:40 a.m. instead of 8 a.m.,
and leave St. Paul at 8:15 a.m. instead
of 8:35, arriving Chicago at 10 p.m.,
making good connections with all east
Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder never
disappoints, because it is alwavs made
the sameis uniformly good and
phor Ice, in
wh it class
price 15c, spe-
Only at POWERS can you find such large and varied assortments of this season's
%mbet popular outer garment^the fur collar coat and at such bargain prices..Note'these:
We feel that yon are extremely fortunate that we are able to offer yon these really sensational valnea
just when the coats are in biggest demand, for no other store in the Twin Gities has them to offer-
Fur collar coats
Regular $25.0 0 value.
The coat of extra fine Kersey in black,
brown, blue and red, full 54 inches
long, lined thraout -with, satin. Collar
of extra fine Opossum, \River Mink,
or Blended Squirrel. Regular $25.00
value. fc1 A
One day only 4 lO. fl(3
opportunities in men's and boys' clothing
fdiiring the "Great Alteration and Building Sales."
Double Amount Trading Stamp? nf^^^^^J^j!**** *r
:Mr 28,* :iri^?
in the and Boys' Clothing and.Hat Depts.
Come in and see these Wednesday.
$20.00 "Kuppenheimer" OvercoatsPlain Blacks and
Oxfords new formatting coats,*long coats and
conservative lengths.-'^ &-tz mt\
r^Ppil price '.3)l05U
-Ii2.0|i |iid $16.00 MensjGvercoatsNobb Gray Mix
ftur^bin the new cut. Main blacks and fcr
0x1^8 in^|se|^aj^g.styles. Special. .4V 5
WMW^W^M^kM tailored equal to first-class
l^m^ el#^||^rall wool Wor- frfr
steidiFa^d 'tHt^i#^beeialRprice..... 4^1d*UU
$25 Tuze^qSui^Bl|fck Thibet, full silk t*1M A/\
linedif^or^ dlfty^onlyfSpecial. 91dUU
Old chickens, lb.
7c and 8c.
At Home on
"It sciems just like getting back
home to get on a Burlington
train," writes an enthusiastic
admirer. And it's true I
just try our satisfactory service
next time you go east.
To Chicago: 7:30 a. m., 7:50 p. m., 9:50 p.
To St. Louis': 7:30 a. m., 7:50 p. m.
Via Mississippi River Scenic Line 1
^ri^W^\^Jk^^% jA*k.*or a descriptive folder, please.
Tickets: 3d and Nicollet Av., BGnneapolis. Both Phonefc"
r- i^Ftart Ave, BdTz
Fur collar coats
Regular $18.5 0 value.
Splendid coats of good Kersey cloth in
black only shoulders lined. The
collar of good Coney -witn cuffs fur
trimmed to match. The biggest snap
in the Twin Cities at the price.
Regular $18.50 value (ttt fife'
One-day only $li.y5
Fur collar broadcloth coats.
Qut full50inches long -all the favorite colors, in extra
fine broadcloth. Col
lar of fine opossum
iiriing of quilted Ve
netian. These eoats
are good value at.)
$22.50. Special forf
one day only our
price on this.splendid
coat will be
All Girls' Coats, sizes 6 to 8 yearB, our I *%.Ct
regular low. prices Wednesday
BUQJ Northwestern Passenger Agent,
ff fl, B.'& Q. Ry^ Gennania Life Building, St. tPaaL
When You Think Insurance
Think TrI-State Insurance Agenc.y*wf
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE WRITTEN.
Andrus Building. ISSS,
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