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THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1901.
"I'll have to try it."'
says the smoker. Then
he finds it true that
"It Brings Havana
Home to You."
BOLTZ, CLYMER & CO., Philada
COX & HARRIS, Distributors,
and CURED Jc^sM
lustltute will pay the WiSZmmS^
above sum to any one who Doctor
will disprove its claim that Farworth.
It Is today the largest and best equipped
Medical Institute for the treatment of men
among advertising Institutes in Minneapolis.
Feb. 10, 1901. Offices: 47-49 Washington
Ay. 5., ninneopolLs, Minn. Only curable
cases promised to cure. Fair Dealing, faith
ful and conscientious service and moderate
charges have secured It a large patronage.
Wanknast of >'OUUK. middle-aged, and
nioMiwtt old men> chronic troubles,
> ervou* Debility, all disorders of a private
and delicate nature properly treated.
nrnan |t Liver, Bowel, Kidney and
aiomaun, urinary troubles. Catarrh of
the Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipatlon.PUes,
weak lungs and heart as well us
Blond PnUnn SK!n diseases, Sores,
01000 rOISOn, swellings,lnflammation,
Discharges, Rheumatism, V&rioocele, Hydro
cele, properly treated.
Runtura treated on terms. No cure no
nupiwi * pj, y whenever a cure promised,
all at— If living at a distance, write to—
HINZ MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
47-49 Washington Ay. 5., Minneapolis.
( FFICE HOUlis: Bto 12, ito 6,and 7toß
p. m. Sundays and Holidays, 10 to 12:20.
J3&- THE POOR TREATED FREE -«S
STOP CHINESE SLAVERY
MOVES TO DEPORT THE WOMEN
iliej May He Taken Into Court at
sail I i'iiiic!«.<•<» to 'lent 'I'll rir
Kit lit to Remain.
San Francisco, March 7. —Collector of
the Port Stratton has recived a copy of 1
a letter addressed Uy Secretary Gage to j
Attorney General Griggs recommending
that all Chinese women in this city, be
lieved to be held in slavery, be taken be
fore the courts to test their rights to re
main iv this country.
Chinese Inspector Dunn is undecided
as to the feasibility of such a method,
but he will co-operate in any movement
to suppress the slave traffic.
Two-Day Conference Scheduled Thin
W>ek for Au»tin.
Special to The Journal.
Austin. Minn., March 7.—The city su
perintendents and teachers of southern
Minnesota will hold an educational con
ference here on Friday and Saturday and
preparations are being made for an ex
cellent time. The forenoon of the first
day will be taken up with visiting ihe
Austin public schools and the remainder
of the time will be given to literary and
As Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription
for womanly diseases. No one knows
this better than the woman who has
tried local doctors and many medicines
and found no cure until she began
the use of "Favorite Prescription." It
establishes regularity, stops weakening
drains, heals inflamjnation and ulcera
tion and cures female weakness. It
makes weak women strong and sick
" I was troubled for three years with uleera
tion and female weakness and my doctor ga\'e
me but little relief," writes Mrs. Lulu Hunter,
of Allenton, St. Louis Co., Mo. "I saw an
advertisement in the paper of Doctor Pierces
Favorite Prescription. I began the use of it
altout a year ago. I took five bottles of it, and
one bottle of 'Golden Medical Discovery,' aQd
my health is better now than it was for years.
I have also recommended these medicines to
some of my friends, who suffered from female
weakness, and good results have followed."
Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of 21 one
cent stamps to pay expense of mailing
only. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y.
i| "Strong and hearty boy, is ii,f£S^Bk §*
g and no pain? That's good F"WiSMmk ££
5i The joy of a new arrival in the family is usu- j^T j^ilM 5c
j55 ally overcast by the shadow of the pain and dis- Mj£ *j)\- 2^
comfort the expectant mother must bear. : • j^£^y^__ 2?*
3* ,_K she knew of and used "MOTHER'S V\ /T^^/CyS «■£
•■^g FRIEND," this would, be all dispelled. Tell fk\ i/ S»
your friends about it, as being a simple liniment, \^^#h^"^vii^ 2£
3» exclusively for external use, that relaxes the Q3^Vx^\V^ V Zgl
*£* muscles so that pain and suffering are unknown. \ 5* v^il •>!
2j «.-.<?. will be **?* by express paid on receipt of price. 91.00 per f ' 2 *
.<*■» »°«}. e» orc*nb« bought at all responsible Druggists. Book, "Mother- S-S»«. 2
25 wme H»VnS?»wn^ mi?£ lelxs'ble adTice to e*?601"11* "others. - vfm to glad I told her of S=»
««•» THE BRADFIKLU BKGtLATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. 'Hotter 1* mend.'"
STOMACH CUT OUT
Surgeons Put It Back Again and
the Man Will Live.
OPERATION IN NEW YORK CITY
It Wuw \r<<es*ar> to Heuiove a
Cancer Within the
New York. March 7. —Louis J. McKenna,
a clerk in an insurance company, is in
St. JLuke's hospital, recovering from a
surgical operation known as gastro
antresiromy, which consists of removing
the stomach, cutting away the pylorui
and several malignant growths and re
storing the stomach. The physicians say
that if the present improvement con
tinues he will be up in a week.
McKenna complained some months ago
of severe pains in his stomach, and he
was troubled with insomnia. The doc
tors made an examination, and the opera
tion was the result.
An incision was made in the stomach
and inside was found a cancerous growth
the size of a large orange. The stomach
was cut away from the intestines and the
organ was laid on a cushion of antisep
tic cloths laid on the patient's chest. The
doctors cut away the cancer, the pylorus,
and the other malignant growths, and
the stomach was put back and joined to
the intestine with silk.
The operation lasted one hour and fif
teen minutes. The patient rallied at
MUSEUM OF REVOLUTION
JLMEL MANSION IN HARLEM
\en York City Will Buy the Place
Which Was Once Wa»blus
New York, March 7. —The Jumel mansion
and grounds in Harlem, which were oc
cupied by General Washington as a head
quarters, will come into the possession of
the city as a public show place of revolu
The mansion was built in 1750 by Roger
Morris, a colonel in the British army.
General Washington used the mansion as a
headquarters during the summer of 1776.
Stephen Jumel bought the property in 1800,
and his widow, Mme. Jumel. who married
Aaron Burr, occupied the property at the
time of her death in 1865.
The house is in a fair state of preser
vation. The cost of the property to the
city will be about $100,000.
MORANS GET NEBRASKA
BATTLESHIP *BIILT AT SKATTI.K
Armored Cruiser South Dakota Will
- He Constructed by the I'uluu
Washington, March 7. —Secretary Long
to-day made a distribution among the ship
builders of the vessels recently contracted
for as follows;
Battleships—Newport News, the Virginia;
Moran Bros, of Seattle, the Nebraska; Bath
Iron Works, the Georgia; Fore River Works,
the New Jersey and the Khode Island.
Armored Cruisers—Champs, f.he Pennsyl
vania and Colorado; Newport News, the West
Virginia and the Maryland; Union Iron
Works, the California and the South Dakota.
Protected Cruisers—Neafle & Levy, the Mil
waukee; Newport News, the Charleston.
For the protected cruiser St. Louis the
Bath Iron Works declined the contract ami
the navy department calls for new propo
sals to be opened April 4.
STEAMERS FROZEN IN
I'ere Marquette Company* Fleet la
Fast in the Ice.
Ludington, Mich.. March 7. — Securely
j locked in the impenetrable ice pack that
I has cnoken Ludington harbor for the last
I three days the six powerful winter steam
j ers of the Pere Marquette railroad com
pany have been churning the ice and
working without avail for forty hours.
High westerly winds have prevailed since
Sunday and the entire east shore is ice
i locked as far as the eye can see. In places
' the ice barrier is piled up twenty feet
j high. In the channel where there is usu
ally twenty feet of water the slush ice ex
' tends to the bottom. The imprisoned fleet
i is all sheathed over with a dense coating of
Passengers from the incoming boats
j walked ashore on the rough ice yesterday
j after descending from the boats by means
;of ladders. The blockade is the first of the
i winter. It places an absolute embargo on
j freight traffic.
MAY BE LASCELLES
Man That Tried to Banco Prexident
Hadley of Vale.
New Haven, Conn., March 7.—-The police
believe that Alfred Parsons, under arrest
here on a charge of attempting to obtain
money from President Hadley of Yale by
| a fradulent check, is Sidney Lascelles, the
| bogus Lord Beresford. who served a term
! in the Georgia state prison.
Sidney JLaseelleg in the early nineties
j married Miss Mabel Lilenthal of Yon-
I kers. While posing as a lord in Rome,
Ga., he gave a forged check for $1,000 and
was sentenced to state prison. He was
pardoned by Governor Atkinson. His wife
obtained a divorce while he was in prison..
On being released, Lascelles came north
and married Miss Pelky in Providence.
S. DAK. BOARD OF REGENTS
Resignation of Secretary Allen of
Brooklngs College Accepted.
Sioux Falls, S. D., March 7.—The new
state board of regents yesterday conclud
ed its meeting. The members present
were Dr. F. A. Spafford, Flandreau; M. F.
Greeley, Gary; Ivan W. Goodner, Pierre,
and Irwin D. Aldrich, Big Stone. Dr.
Spafford was chosen president to succeed
H. H. Blair, whose term of office had ex
pired. M. F. Greeley was re-elected
The resignation of A. M. Allen as secre
tary of the Brookings Agricultural col
lege, was accepted, and R. A. Larson, ex
superintendent of schools of Brule county,
was elected to the position.
BUILDING TRADES UNION
Move in Chicago for a New Central
Chicago. March 7.—The first definite
steps toward the formation of a new cen
tral body of the building trades has been
taken by the Bridge and Structural Iron
, Workers, the prime movers in the mat
! ter. The other unions, says the Record,
will be asked to send delegates to a con
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL".
A REPORT BY TAFT
Progress Toward Pacification in the
SURRENDERS AND GOVERNMENT
Anxiety for Civil Rule I* Every
where Apparent— Eii-
Washington, March 7—Secretary of
War Root has received a cablegram from
Judge Taft, president of the Philippine
commission, dated March 3, in which he
rfiuie j an . i t 1901> i 12 : firearms captui-J i
and 1,368 surrendered. Captures, surrenders,
both duo co-operation natives. Sincu Xo
vember S,OtW bolomen surrendered in Illocos,
1.000 at Alb&y and Camariues; 80,000 resl- j
dents Panay taken oath allegianoe: offen
sive attack by insurgents now of rarest oc
currence; De:gado, insurgent leader, Pauay,
with 350 men and rifles: Angeles and Simon
Techon, with 200 Bulacan, have surrendered. 1
Lacuna. Mascado, Pablo, Techon, Sandico
and other leaders have made overtures sur- •
render, but condition immunity from prose- !
cution for alleged complicity in assassinations I
not conceded, has delayed consummation.
Federal party, avowed and direct out- !
growth election, has spread with wonderful I
rapidity all parts archipelago and is active
and urgent in advocacy of police and pre
senting advantage of civil liberty under j
American sovereignty; assisted in Mooring i
surrenders in Panay.
Commission has last three weeks organ
ized five provincial governments—Pampauga,
Pangaainin, Tarlac, Pulacan, Bataan; last ,
two are Talagolog provinces. Anxiety for |
provincial government everywhere apparent j
and satisfaction with form adopted manifest.
Fragmentary cable dispatches detailing small
engagements which which are only the re
sult increased activity army after close wet
season and efficient policing country, made
possible by active native co-operation, create
wrong impression on mind of public as to
probable continuance of war and as to con
ditions which have in fact never been so
favorable to restoration of complete peao?
and accomplishment of declared purpose of
Necessities Are Taxed Low and l.u\
eriett Are Taxed High.
Washington. March 7. —A copy of the
proposed Philippine tariff schedule, as
recommended by the Philippine commis
sion, has been forwarded to the war de
partment. The classification of the Cuba
tariff has been followed In the main.
The question of revenue has been kept
steadily in view. The necessary food
products, the raw materials of Philippine
industries, the tools, implements and ma
chinery of production, the methods of
transportation by land and sea, the pro
ducers and transmitters of power, have
been taxed as lightly as possible. To
manufactured goods and articles have
been assigned rates graduated to the
means and necessities of the customers, j
Luxuries have been taxed as highly as
consistent with the production of the
Building materials of every description
and all industrial machinery bear but lit
tle burden. The duty on wheat flour has
been reduced largely.
MA* FOR EVERY Gl N
Mac Arthur Offers Inducement* for
KehelN to (iive Ip Guns. i
Manila, March 7. —General Mac Arthur i
has directed department commanders'to j
release one prisoner for every rifle sur- '.
The federalists report that General Trias
is in Southern Luzon and will probably
RAILWAY DEAL UP AGAIN
ROBL-IN DEFENDS HIS COURSE
Majority of Board of Trade Com
mittee Now With Him—
Winnipeg, Man., March 7. — In the
legislature last evening Premier Rob
lin delivered his speech on the l ail
way legislation concerning the lease
of the Northern Pacific and the re-
lease to the Northern. He sub
mitted numerous figures showing that the
cost of the Northern Pacific was such as
to amply justify the price at which the
government had valued it.
By means of a statement from President
Mellen as to the earning power of the
road, he proved that the Manitoba lines
had paid a large surplus yearly, instead
of the deficit which had always been ap- j
parent from the company's statement, j
which was simply the result of an unjust '
method of bookkeeping. The fact that the |
lines were able to gay a surplus was suf
ficient guarantee that the province wouid
never be called on to pay a dollar of the
Mr. Roblin defenu;u his bargain witt
MacKenzie & Mann, and showed that the
total liability incurred by the province
was only $432,000 a year, with a principal
liability of $5,500,000 in case of default
by the company—which was a most remote j
| contingency. The future development ol j
the province warranted the expectation !
that the traffic would sitdlee to pay the j
running expenses and leave a good sur
plus, thus relieving the country from all
Mr. Roblin made a masterly speech 01
four hours, and closed with an eloquent
defense, of his government.
The report of the board of trade com
mittee on the railway bill was submitted
I to the board last night. A majority report ;
jo! five strongly approves of the deal, but
i a minority report of Messrs. Bole and j
I Mac Donald favors caution and thinks the j
I liability too heavy. The board, after & i
! long debate, adopted the majority re- ■
I port with a recommendation that the leg- j
j islation be carefully guarded.
. Germs of disease should be -promptly
expelled from the blood. This is a time
when the system is especially susceptible
to them. Get rid of all impurities in the
blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
thus fortify your whole body and prevent
Pullman Tourist Sleeper to Califor
nia via. the Sunshine" Route—
M. &. St. P. Hy. . :'.'/•
Every Tuesday a splendid up-to-date
"Pullman tourist sleeper leaves Minneapo
lis at 7:50 a. m. and St. Paul 8:00 a. m.,
via' the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Ry., ' and runs through without change
| to Los Angeles, Cal., via Kansas City and
i the A., T. & S. F. u ßy.—the famous Sun
shine —arriving there the following
Saturday morning. .
Through berth rate Twin f Cities to Los
Angeles only "$6.00. Each berth, in this
sleeper will comfortably accommodate
Tickets, for use in this tourist sleeper,
from Minneapolis and St. r Paul to Los
Angeles, San Francisco, etc., now being
sold at the unusually low rate of $32.90.
For further particulars and descriptive
folder address J. T. Conley, Asst. Gen.
Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn., or see "Mil
waukee' ticket agents! ,
The Day Train on the Chicago Great
"Western Railway ~
Leaving at 7:40 a. m., will, on and after
March 3rd, run daily instead jof only -on
week days as heretofore. It carries a
cafe diner and shortens the trip to Chi
cago. For further Information inquire >of
City Ticket Agent, Cor. Nlcollet Aye.
and 6th St., Minneapolis, Minn. ... ,;>;
Cuearine at All DruuiKata. . -.. - n
Cures Biliousness, Constipation and Dys
pepsia, or money refunded. Price 60 cents.
, Book explaining cause and ( cure mailed i
free. v Rea Bros. & Co., Minneapolis I
CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP SALE.
The Entire Stock of the
Yanstrum Shoe and Clothing Co.
BOUGHT A T OUR OWN PRICE '
ji"WILL BE SACRIFICED"!!
To make room for Fresh, New and
pg^SEE OUR ADS. INIoMORRQW'S PAPERS.
THE HEINRICH CLOTHING CO.
BEORGE GFROERER, Manag&r.
ROCHESTER—F. A. Jacobs of Minneapolis
has organized a new lodge, M. B. A., in
Rochester, with forty cMrter members.
FOLEY—A special term of court will be
held by Judge Searle on March 9, when over
Luo citizens will be given their naturalization
WEST CONCORD—General Little of EUing
tou died Mouday night from the grip.—Lewis
Hammer of Concord died suddenly. He was
ti2 years of age.
WINTHROP—Dr. W. P Pflster, a retired
physician, was examined as to his sanity, on
a charge of beating his wife. He was found
tD be sane, and has gone away.
LITTLE FALLS—Chris Christe-nsen ap
peared before the pension examining board.
He was for nearly four years in the United
States navy, serving as a corporal of marines
ua the gunboat Nashville.
ANOKA-Lavinia, the 4-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Martin, died after twelve
hours of suffering. Physicians said the child
died from fright, caused by the buruiug of
her father's saloon and bouie Monday.
FARMINGTOX—The Phoenix Hotel has
closed. —A man by the name of Johnson
stopped both passenger trains Tuesday night
a mile south of Roseinount. He was drunk,
and when found his hands were badly frozen.
ALBERT LEA—Ransom Bros.' company,
the wholesale grocers of this city, have sold
iheir entire plant to the Western Grocery
company, a corporation with a capital stock
of $5,000,000, and'operating sixteen wholesale
houses lv different parts of the country.
NEW PAYXESVILL.E—Papers have just
been served iv an action begun by W\ I. Gray
& Co. of Minneapolis against this village to
recover $500, which they claim is still due
:hem upon a contract for the construction of
the water and light plant at this place.
SAUK RAPIDS—Mrs. S. R. Trtpp of Rouna
by died of cancer.—Mrs. Charles Tranke of
Gilman died of paralysis, aged 34 years.—Gus
tave Friedlund, who has just returned from
New Mexico, where he went in search of
health, died of consumption, aged 18 years.
WlXONA—lnformation has reached here
that "Lefty" Fitzgerald, who was suspected
by the police of being implicated in the Dover
bank robbery, and also of being one of the
trio who murdered Officer Perry Gates at La
Crosse, was bound over at Waukesha, Wis.,
on the charge of bank robbery.
BRAlNEßD—District court is hi session,
Judge McClenahau presiding. The grand jury
returned four indictments, as follows: Ralph
Hall, alias Jame Adrean, Indicted for for
gery; James Sullivan, for robbery, second de
gree; Sam Andersen, robbery, second degree;
and Dan Lambert, robbery, first degree.
HASTINGS—The republican ward caucuses
will be held on Thursday evening, March ZL,
and the city convention on Friday, Mai
The democratic caucuses will be held March
22, and the convention on March 23. —Nicholas
r S hobert, formerly of this city, and now
at St. Paul, and Miss Annie L. Dietz of lowa
City, lowa, were married.
NEW ULM—The city council unanimously
passed a resolution to submit to the people a
proposition authorizing the issuing of munici
pal bonds to the amount of $. n>o,(Xh) for the
purpose of constructing an electric lighting
plant. The New Ulm Electric Light and
Power company has made several propositions
to sell its plant to the city, but no agreement
could be arrived at.
DULUTH—Friends and acquaintances of
the late Samuel Sedden Walbanks are sur
prised to lear that a woman lias come for
ward who claims to be his widow, for it had
been generally understood he was single.
The woman is "Mrs. Louisa T. Walbanks,"
and it is said she was formerly known at
"Mrs. Lou West."—Andrew Nelson, a mer
chant tailor of Sparta, Minn., has been miss
ing since Sunday, and it is feared he has
committed suicide.—A resolution was adopted
at a meeting of citizens favoring the enact
ment of the bill which would put the sheriff
of St. Louis count!" on a salary.
FARIBAULT—Bids on groceries for the
three state schools for three months have
been received from the following firms:
Griggs & Co., St. Paul; Griggs, Cooper & Co.,
St. Paul; Crown Chemical company, Minne
apolis; Theopold Mercantile company, Fari
bault; E. F. Kelly, Faribault; Lindenberg &
Uoell, Faribault; Steele. Medelea & Co., Chi
cago; A. J. Grant, Faribault. On meat the
following bids: L. Tuttle, Faribault; Swift &
Co., St. Paul; Cudahy, Omaha: Armour &
Co., Chicago. On flour, the Waabburn-Crosby
■company, Minneapolis; Hastings Milling com
pany, Owatonna, and the Faribault Roller
HURON—A plan similar to that suggested
by the milling company at Vermillion, for
heating the business portion of the city, is
being discussed here. The proposition is to
utilize the exhaust steam from the big flour
ing mill. and. by means of pipes, convey the
steam to business-houses and dwellings for
DEADWOOD—There is a rumor tbat eas- j
tern men are about to repair and remodel j
the woolen mill at Edgeruont and convert !
;t into a mill for the manufacture of linen I
made from flax straw. The process of uti- I
lizing the flax straw is entirely new, an |
invention having been made whereby the I
small fibers in the straw can be separated
by means of a chemical, which dissolves the
Those unhappy persons who suffer from
nervoqsness and dyspepsia should use
Carter's Little Nerve Pills, which are
made expressly for sleepless, nervous,
dyspeptic sufferers. Price, 25 cents.
Good Minnesota Patent Row, $1.75 per 98-lb. Sack, -sj^agass
Floor, | ,35 per SS-lb. sack. Good Canned Corn, 7o per can i good Canned Tomatoes, 8c per can >10 lbs. Fine Old
Rio Coffee, 97c. or 6 lbs. l orKto. A good old crop roasted Rio, 10 lbs., 11, 15, or6lbs, ior 60c A good Old Crop San
tos Coffee, routed, 10 lbs. for 41.16, or 6 lbs. for Wo. A fine old crop Golden Rio, roasted, Uolb* or Tibs, for 11.00.
A fine Java and Mocha flavor blended Coffee, Wo lb., or 6 lbs. for 11.00. The best 'ava and Mocha flavor, roasted
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WASHBURN—Jack Murray, one of the
best-known characters in northern Wiscon
sin, died at Hot Springs, Ark., from Brighfs
disease. He was 54 years old.
PRAIRIE DU CHlEN—George Smith com
mitted suicide at Stitzer by blowing his
Drains out with a revolver^—A tramp, while
riding the trucks of passenger train No. 1,
on the Milwaukee road, fell and was ground
to piecta at Lone Rock, Wis.
LA CROSSE—The painters at the La Crosse
Carriage company's plant, numbering about
a dozen, struck for higher wages. The de
mands were refused and the employes are
still out.—The special meeting of the commit
tee on schools decided to make a favorable
report to the next meeting of the common
council on a new high school project.
EAU CLAIRE—To combine the Chippewa
Valley Electric railway, the Eau Claire Light
and Power company, the Eau Ciaire Gas
Light company, the Eau Claire waterworks
and the Chippewa Falls Waterworks and
Lighting company, including gas, water and
electric plants, is an enterprise being con
sidered by capitalists of Boston and Chi
AYEST SUPERIOR—The Northwestern Fuel
company's proposed new coal dock, on the
bay front, is a certainty.—Flattering reports
of assays on Douglas county copper rock have
been received. None of the rock showed
less thau 3 per cent of copper.—The Wiscon
sin and Minnesota state governments will
be asked to reimburse this city for the ex
pense incurred in taking care of the recent
epidemic. It is figured that 7J per cent ot
the patients came from the outside.
OTTUMWA—The joint scale committee of
miners and operators, distrist 13, U. M. W.
A., has finished the work of fixing the mining
scale for the district, the scale thus far being
settled with a slight raise in moat prices
to be paid miners.
SIOUX CITY—The failure of congress to
adopt the rivers and harbors bill has caused
some doubt as to whether the gos'ernment
engineer's office in Sioux City, in charge of
Colonel H. M. Chittenden, will be continued,
because of the fact of. there being no money
to continue improvements.
ALGOXA —Clarence Robison, who pleaded
guilty to the charge of assault with intent
to kill Fred Foster, was sentenced to sev«n
years in the penitentiary. O. B. Bakke,
charged with forgery, was sentenced to four
years. A tramp was sentenced to two years
for robbing schoolhouses of books.
CEDAR RAPIDS—The disagreement be
tween the 200 shopmen who walked out of the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern shops
and the officials of that company was tem
porarily settled last evening, when copies
of the proposed piecework schedule were
posted for the machinists, blacksmiths and
boiler-makers. The men agreed to try the
proposed piecework schedule.
Millions of people use De Witt'3 Little
Early Risers and find them to be famous
little liver pills. They never gripe.
Free to the
Dr. W. S. Rice, the Well-Known Au
thority, Sends a Trial of His Fam
ous Method Free to All.
Dr. W. S. Rice, 510 W Main St. Adams, N.
V., will send free to any one who is ruptured
or knows of any person ruptured, whether a j
man, woman or child, a free trial of his
famous home cure. It is a marvelous method,
MR. R. W. YOUREX. .
curing cases that defied hospitals, doctors,
trusses, electricity and all else. Merely send
your name and address and the free trial will
be sent without any cost to you whatever.
R. W. Yourex, a well-known commercial
traveler, was ruptured ten years, tried every
truss on the market, partly made up his
mind to undergo the danger of an operation,
when by the greatest of good luck he tried
the Dr. Rice method. He is now cured.
I Mr. Yourex says: "I tried Dr. Rice's meth
iod and it cured me. I did not lose a day
jon the road. Hundreds of merchants and
friends in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and
i lowa kuow the wonderful fact that this re
j markable method cured me and I certainly
i feel thankful enough to tell other ruptured
people how they may profit by my experi
ence." Mr. Yourex lives in Cedar Rapids,
lowa, at 322% First avenue.
Every ruptured person ought to send at
once and make a trial of this method tnat
cures without pain, danger, operation or an
hour's loss of time. Begin now and in a
short time you will rever know you had been
ruptured. Write to-day sure.
Are You a Weak Man ?
" A^StSSfc*. Are you working every
j^Pt^. day under the burden
/ '^sfflk °* a secret weakness ?
/ **3^bh Ale •*ou experiencing
fl(tt ISPIJ loss of physical and sex-
Lx «47 ual vigor? Are you fail
H9rV^)Ljj9pHAre you suffering from
Wmk fpPany of the loathsome
MM ■ *#* infections, secret prl
\J"'&B|\ f!?/ rate diseases of. men? |
VAII should consult an honest doctor
Ivy who will tell you the truth about
yourself and who has the equipment of ap
pliances and experience to render, you the
best service that expert professional skill in
this 20th century can furnish.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN
Only Curable Cases Taken.
Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Varlcocele, Hy
drocele, enlarged Prostate Gland, Skin and
Blood Disease, Blood Poison (syphilitic)
sores on body, limbs. mouth and throat soon
disappear, and your Syphilitic blood poison
cured without mercury in less | time than at
the Hot Springs, at a much less expense to
you. Address, Dr. Alfred L. Cole and Council
of Physicians, 24 Washington Aye. Minne
apolis, Minn. Consultation free. Confidential.
Plain envelope. No C. O. D. unless ordered.
Medical Book Free.
"Know Thyself," a book for men only,
sent Free, postpaid, sealed, to any male
leader mentiouing thi3 paper; 6e for postage.
"The Science of Life, or Self-Preservatiou."
the Gold Medal Prize Treatise, the best Med
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with engravings and prescriptions. Elegant
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covers, inferior abridged edition, :!3c. Get
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Household (roods a specialty. Un
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Packing by exp^eaced man.
BoydTraiisfer & Fael Co., 46 So.TMrdSL
Telephone Mala «•—both exchanges.
1 ' i@oSS^'FallinK h»ir and dandruff speed
rT ily overcome; irritated, itching
• / iSsk and eruptive scalps permauent
- a ly cured the hair preserved, its
k ily overcome; irritated, itching
I and eruptive scalps pennanent
-9 iy cured ; the hair preserved, its
17 * brilliancy, beauty and natural
1 («V £r color fully restored atyourhome.
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\ -< 163 State St.,cor.nonroe, Chicago
Kew York-Rotterdam,via Boulogne-sur-a^er.
Amsterdam, March 9.'Kotterdam direct.
Twin Screw 8. 8.,; 10.50J tons, STAT^Hnilfl
Saturday, March 16,10 a. m. .*. ■ M» CWWUnI
Twin-screw S. S., 12,500 tons, DftTCnill
bat., March 23, 10 A. M. ru I OWHIII
Holland-America Line, 89 Broadway, N. Y.
86 La Saile at, Chicago, 111. Brecke & Ek
man, Gen. Nor.-West. Pass. Agts., 121 3d st,
R. H. HEGENEB,
iSskIKT j* 207 Nicollet Ay
Qift> |i4mS*'"" Full line of Toilet art*
-^^y^^Tf^T"' ' 'c' > Carving Sets,
Manicure Goods, Hair
\tu . . . Brushes, Razors and
Pocket Cutlery. Razors, Shears and Clippers
■m CHICH ESTER'S ENGLISH
- ■ _/?^""V Original and Only Gfc.->ulnc.
l~7*tevvßAFE. Alvrari reliable L»dlw, ut DrufUt ;
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«^JS'yp!«k lo HEI> »Q« Sold nutalllo boia*. ml** !
E»k 2>>l|fV »>'* bl"9 rlbbos. Take ■• «tker. Reftue
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I / ""* ■ rfr tloHn. Bay of fit Urajyiirt. or •*■< 40. Is
I*• J' «t»rap« tor Particular*, Te*tf nonlala
IP £* *°« " Hellef Tor Ladies," <•»!«««■, bj re
.A '■>■ 'fr tors Mall. 1 »,OO« Tuilmtultli. Bu!d bj
_ '■" *m* »llDruKi«u, Cklehwiter Oajuslaai Cs.,
Ihatlw taU pip« . Mtdiwi Saaara. PHILA.. FA.
liavo you Sore Throat, Pimples. Copper Colored
spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers In Mouth. Hair
tailing? Write COOK REMEDY CO., 2H
Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111., for proofs of
cures. Capital $600,000. we ivlioit the most
obstinate cases. We have cured the worst case*
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m KM & 1 NERVE BEANS quickly care
K%*3 E3f H^B Nervou»neß*.»llre»ultßof abuse,
BWI B_^ m >«3 falling manhood, drains, losses.
■▼M WKt M m Married men and men intending
to marry shoul'l take a box; astonishing results;
small weak par and lost power restored. 11.00 at
Voegell Bros, and , Gamble . & Ludwig, druggists.
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Saalt Ste. Marie
Office, 119 Guaranty Building. Telephone. 1341.
Depot, LSd and Washington Avts S. ;
Leave. | *Dally. tExcept ' Sunday. | Arrive.
* 9:4sam!....Pacific Coast Points.~* 6:lspm
*_6:3spm|. ..Atlantic Coast Points... [» 9:3oam
"■: Depot sth and, Washington Ayes. N.
it 6:15pn4.... Glonwood Express ....|t B:4sam
t B:6&ani|.... Khlnelander Local./...if 6:ospm ,
HI Bj^ M IB BBh tail 11F*^ I
r fjORTH-WESTERN |INE
| IP— c. St. m. ao. tizLz.
Ticket office. 418 Nlcollet At., Phone, 240 Main
tEx.-Sun. Others daily. ; Leave Arrive
Badger State Express— )] 7:50 10:45
Chi'go, Milw'kee.Madison) am pni
Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm 11:66 am
Chicago— Mail 6:25 pin :00 am
North-Western Limited— i 1 :30 8:15
Chi'go, Milw'kee.Madison) pin am
Wausau.F.duLac.Greenßay 6:25-pm 9:00 am
Duluth. Superior. Ashland.. t8:io am +5:20 pm
Twilight Limited- > 4:00 10:30
Duluth, Superior, Ashland y pm pni
SuCity, Omaha, wood.. +7:10 am 8:00 am
i Klmore, Algona, DesMolnes +7:10 am+B:os pm
St. James. New Ulm, Tracy 9:30 am 8:05 piu
Omaha Express— '/ 9:30 8:06
Su. City, Omaha, Kan.City ) am pm
New Vim, Elmore 4:20 pm 10:35 am
Fairmont, St. James 4:20 pm 10 -.35 am
Omaha Limited— ) 8:00 8:00
Su.City, Omaha, Kan. City ? pm am
Office, 328 Nlc. Phone 122. Milwaukee Depot.
_Leave. | *DaUy! fExeept Sunday. | Arrive.
• 7:sUamiCrhicago,La Croßse,Milw'ke'e|*lo:sopm
• 3:oopm Chicago,La Crosse,Milw'kee|*l2:3opm
• 6:2spni|Chieago,La Crosse.Milw'kee;* 3:2opm
Chicago* Pioneer Limited *B:2oam
• 3:4spm|Chc'go, Faribault, Dubuque *10:50 am
t 3:oopm|.Red Wing and Rochester, f 12:30pm
t 7:soam!LaCrosse, Dub., Rk. Island flo:sopm
• 7:soam;Xorthfleld, Faribo, Kan. Cy • 6:lspm
t9:ooami... Ortonviile, Milbank ...!tr>:4spm
• 7:3spm|Ortonville, Aberdeen, Fargoj* 6:65 am
t_ti:aUpm;.Northneld, Faribo, Austin.jtlO:ooaru
/^fH^v TICKET OFFICE
(asfK*\ ■» Nicollet Block.
\ AMU **-*"*« Statin, Hlsaiapolli. -
\ >^VsJs Union Station, St. Paul.
\jSlCl\^^ Dining and Pullman Bleeping Cart on
s^iilaJSr Winnipeg and Coaat Trains.
•Daily\ y tExcept Sunday. Lears Arriv*
?*cifis Ixg. Fargo, Jamestown,
Helen*, Butte, M'teßoula.Spo: Q2C» •! ZCP
kane,Tacoma,Se*ttle,Portland U.UUM I •"Oil
. ; Dakota ft Mas. Ixp. Fargo.FergnE
Fall., Wahp»ton, Oookston, #J l(\t fl l(\»
Gd. Forks, Graftou, Winnipeg O.IUU V.lUtt
Targo aad L*»ca laU "leeai, St. . ',„ .
Cloud Brainerd, Walker, t» CC X l)ftP
Bemtdjl, Fargo .....■■■.."■■. O.UUM y.tUu
"Duluth Short Line" j •
DULUTE& , S»SS : 12*00S ill.
:. SUPERIOR [»io?bS 3^S
rVri MikliMfU I Llhlll laity
Office, 300 Klc. Phone, Main S6O. Union depot.
Leave. [ 'Dally. fExcept .™|"Arrive^
11 9:o3amiSt. Cloud, Per". Pall*. Fargo t 5:35pm
! t 9:o3amj.. Willmar via St. Cloud .. t 6:35pm
!• 9:3oam Flyer to Mont, and Pac. Co 2:oopm
, t 9:4oam Willmar, SuF.,Yan.,Su City t 6:o2pm
t s:lopm Elk River,Milaca,Sandst'ne t 9:4oam
t s:o7pm .W&yzata and Hutchinson. f B:soam
• 7:4opm Fargo, Gd. Forks, Winnipeg • 7:lsam
« 9:oopmj.-.Mlnn. and Dak. Express.. * 7:ooam
t 9:2oaml.,.Duluth, West Superior... 6:oopm
•12:01am|...Dulutb, West Superior...|* 6:loam
Sleeper for 12:01 a. m train ready at > p. m.
Minnnsapolis & St. Louis R. R.
Office Me House. Fhoue 225. St. Louis Depot.
Leave. | * Dally, t Kx. Sunday. | Arrire.
•|-9:35 jnew short linb to "j-6:50
*B™i OMAHA. *'™
P* m" AND DES nOINES. ** m'
Waterloo, Cedar Rapids,
1 ts»:3s am Chicago. Kansas City. t6:50 pm
1 *7:35 pm Chica^ofitSt. Louis Ltd. *8:05 am
I +9:10 aiu New Ulm-St. James, • 10:06 am
•5:35 pm Sherburne & EsthervlUe +5:11 pm
t»:10 am |Watertown&StormLalte| t5:ll pm
Chicago Great Western Ry.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
I City Ticket Office, sth & Nlcollet, Minneapolis.
Depot: Washington & 10th Aye. S. .
tEx, Sunday; others dally. | L6OV6 FOf | SfT)lB FfOlil
Kenyon, Dodge Center, 7:40 am 10:35
Oelwein, Dubuque, Pree- 7:35 pm 8:26 am
port, Chicago and East.,; 10:45 1;25 pm
Oedar Falls,WaterlooT&ar* 10:00 am 8:00 pai
i shalltown, Dcs Moines, 7:85 pm 8:25 am
I St. Joseph, Kansas City 10:45 pm 1:25 pm
Cannon Falls, Red Wing, 7:40 amjtlO:3s pm
Northfield Faribault.] 5:20 pm 10:25 am
WatervlUa, Mankato. | j *?"
MantorvliTe~Local ........( 6:30 pmj 10:26 am
Rnrlinfrf nh n.,.,. Office. 414 Nlcollet.
Darlington Roats. 'phone 54 uuion^epo:
Leave for | Terminal Points. |Ar. from
7:4oam .Chicago — Except .Sunday. | I:3opm
7:4oam .St.' Louis-^Except' Sunday ...'.*"/.—
' 7:2opm Chic. and St., Louis. Dally B:Bsam
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RAILWAY CO.
Office, 230 Nlcoilet. Phone 1936. Union depot.
Leave. | All Traln» Daily. | Arrive.".
~7:26am ..Chicago and Milwaukee..! B:soam':
7:ospm|..Chicago end Milwaukee..! 6:35pm
BROWrt CAPSULES SSK-^ftK?.:
Drug Store, Minneapolis.