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FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1901.
Noticeable Among the
Weak and Ailing.
Its Largest Harvest.
There is a Way of Eluding the
Every Spring it is noticeable how many
people are taken away that we have been
accustomed to see in our daily life.
Statistics show that at no other season of
the year does so many deaths occur.
Especially large is the mortality among
weak and sickly people.
The reason for this is apparent. The body
that is weakened by age or disease has much
to contend with during the Winter months.
Insufficient exercise frequently has been
taken. Too much starchy and fatty foods
have been eaten. The system has been
allcwed to become run down, and when
Spring comes with its bright, sunshiny days,
older people will begin to realize that their
vitality has become very low. The same
thing is true of people who are naturally
Bickly and weak.
This is the season of the year when even a
•trong person feels at his worst. That tired,
restless feeling is experienced by too many.
There need not be as many deaths this year
as usually take place. A little care will ward
off many Spring funerals. If one is weak or
ailing they should take time by the forelock
and take Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and
nerre remedy. This great medicine has been
in many cases, and will continue to be, the
means by which the black angel of Death
has been driven from the threshold. It
dispels the grim destroyer in a scientific way,
for it purifies the blood and gives strength
and vitality to the nerves. It tones up and
restores to a healthy condition all of the
great life-giving organs of the body.
Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve
remedy will enable those who take it to
throw off little ills that prove dangerousouly
when they attack a system already wasted
From many people, who have experienced
benefit from this greatest of all life-length
eners, comes the following from the famous
General Longstreet of 1217 New Hampshire
Aye., Washington, D. C. He says:
"It gives me great pleasure to add my
testimony with many others for Dr. Greene's
Remedy, which 1 have used with highly
fcenefical results, acd 1 am able to recom
mend its virtues from experience. I have
used it for catarrh and have derived help."
Air. Wellington Hynes, Elizabethtown,
N. V., writes:
" I feel it my duty to tell how much good
Dr. Greene's Iservura has done me. I wasso
run down that 1 could not sleep at night and
everything worried me. I had no appetite
and could not work, my head ached all the
time and there was an all-gone feeling in my
stomach, and I was always looking on the
dark side of everything. I began to take Dr.
Greene's Xervura blood and nerve remedy
and in less than three weeks I felt like a new
man. I can now do as much work as is
expected of a man my age. I advise anyone
who is troubled to take Dr. G reene's Nervura.
Do not go to a doctor but get a bottle of Dr.
Greene's Nervura. It is cheaper than a
The latter part of Mr. Hynes's advice
might be profitably disregarded, however, if
you should feel you would like the advice of
a physician. You can have such advice and
hare it free if you will write or call on the
greatest known bloixi and nerve specialist,
Dr. Greene, 35 W. 14th St., New York City.
RAILWAY BILL MAY PASS
GREEXWAV FOR THE OPPOSITION'
Ex-Premier Muke» a Point %«aiiiNt
RoUHn— The MaeUonald .
i,.-^..- r .v:4Letter. :-.:.;;:■-. -.
"Winnipeg, Man.. March B.—The sensa
tion in the railway situation was ex-Pre
mier Grcenway's exposure during a speech
in the legislature of the fact that a splen
did offsr to construct a line from Duluth
and additional railways in Manitoba had
been signed by ex-Premier Macdonald in
June last, but was later repudiated by Pre
mier Roblin when he assumed office and
began negotiations with the Northern Pa
cific. Mr. Green way read the following
New York, Feb. 28, 1901, Thomas Greenway.
Winnipeg. Dear Sir: Inclosed find copy of
contract made with the province of Manitoba,
which we think the province in all honor is in
duty bound to carry out. On account of this
contract and on account of our putting our
trust and faith in the square-dealing of the
conservative party of Manitoba, we have ex
pended large sms of money in sending our
engineers over the lines proposed to be built,
in securing a charter in Minnesota and In
legal and traveling expenses, and further, in
making financial arrangements, which we
have completed and now stand ready with
the money to pay for the construction of the
roads mentioned in said contract.
We feel that we have been very badly
treated by Mr. Roblin's government, and we
do not see how the people of Manitoba can
afford to allow its officers and representatives
to abrogate, without notice and without cause,
contracts formally and legally entered into in
good faith. Such a course certainly will not
redound to their credit in the financial world.
Yours truly, —James P. Mac Donald.
Mr. Greenway was replied to by J. T.
Gordon the new member for South Win
nipeg. The government has retained
Christopher Robinson, K. C, and Walter
Barwiek, K. C, Toronto, to represent it
in the formation of the contract. The bill
is expected to go through.
The Kansas City Express
On the Chicago Great Western Ry. will !
leave on and after March 3rd, at 10:00, a. j
m. daily instead of S:10 a. m. Pullman's j
Sleeper, Reclining Chair, Through ' Cafe j
Diner. Time shortened 1 hour and 4? \
minutes. Inquire of City Ticket Agent,
Cor. Nicollet Aye. and sth St., Minne
< blrngu Great Western Ry. No. 6.
The favorite train, will, on and after
March 3rd, arrive at Chicago at 1:40 p.
m., one hour earlier than before, in time
for matinees or the best eastern connect
ing train* Inquire of City Ticket agent,
corner Nicollet avenue and Fifth street,
I We use the ax to cut prices on Hauos I
that have been rented and aUgtttly used. I
| HERE IS THE RESULT; |
Gabler Upright, medium size.
good condition $1 85
Ivers & Pond I'pright. large size.
good condition $200
Royal Vpright, large size, good
Arlon I'prlidit. medium Size,
good condition $135
I These Pianos will .give you years of j
service as practice pianos. |
| Terms-Cash or 57.00 Monthly. |
41-43 South Sixth St.,
BACQUEREL RAY NOW
Said to Make Transparent Objects
Luminous in the Dark.
GOOD IN WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY
Sure Test of Diamonds— Doubts
the Vnlne of the l)i»
Washington, March 8. —Experiments
with a new process somewhat similar to
the Roentgen rays are being conducted in
great secrecy at a Berlin institute, says
Consul General Guenther at Frankfort,
Germany. The new rays are called Bac
querel rays, after their discoverer, a
French chemist, who put his discovery
before the public in IS'JD.
The experiments are said to have dis
closed that the Bacquerel rays render al
most every transparent substance lumi
nous in the darkness.
The new rays make it possible to tell
genuine diamonds in the dark.
Rays emanating from a larger quantity
of the new element make the air such a
conductor of electricity as to promise
that the property can be utilized in wire
1 do not believe that this discovery will be
useful in wireless telegraphy. As a matter
of fact, I think that telegraphing with rays
in general is of little practical value. The
Hertzian telegraphy will soou be abandoned,
as experiments have shown it to be limited
to short distances.
As to the value of the new ray as a test
for diamonds, there are a number of ways i.o
tell good diamonds from bad, but the most
reliable method is that practiced by npert
DURANT DID FIGHT
American ChangeM His Story About
the Duel at Ustend.
London, March 8. —John Wilson Durant,
who was reported to have been killed in
a duel with a Russian count at Ostend,
after denying there was a duel, solemnly
affirms that he really fought a duel at
Ostend with a Siberian prefect, who was
shot in the thoulder and had to be car
ried off the field.
He explains that three women were in
volved—the wife of his antagonist, "a
beautiful woman of Paris," his fiancee,
and another woman of Paris, who insists
on becoming Mrs. Durant.
The hero of the duel exhibits three long
scratches on his face, which he sadly ex
plains were inflicted by the fair fingers
of Xo. 3, who is intensely jealous of Xo.
2. It was his purpose to escape Xo. 3
j ihat he might, marry No. 2. For that
reason Durant himself circulated the re
port that he had been killed.
NO BELL ON HIS FRONT DOOR
I'ointed Hint to the I ninvitetl by an
how York Sun Saeclsl Sepvlam,
New York, March —The will of George
F. Gilman, the twenty times millionaire
tea merchant, who died Sunday in his
palace of mystery near Bridgeport, Conn.,
has not yet been found. If there is no
will the enormous fortune will go to a
half brother, whom he hated in life.
The palace at Black Rock, the scene of
his magnificent hospitality and splendid
revels, belongs now to nobody knows
whom. There is no bell on the heavy door
—tnet was one of what are called Gil
man's eccentricities. The old man used to
say he wanted nobody to come to his house
uninvited, and when his guests came he
waa at the door to receive them.
Everybody in Bridgeport knew by sight
the sturdy old man who lived like a king
in the midst of his 1.000 acres, who kept
his house filled with young people and
spent his days driving about the country
behind eight or ten horses on a tallyho
full of beautiful girls. But the old man
knew nobody in Bridgeport. His doors
were shut on his neighbors, but they were
wide open for friends, and his friends'
friends from New York. He did not (■are
what people thought of his morals or his
habits. He dreaded death beyond the com
mon dread »of hu&ianity, and perhaps in
this is found the reason for his surround
ing himself with young people. He had a
great love for beautiful things. The walls
of the fortress he called home are hung
with splendid pictures, the oriental rugs
on his hardwood floors were like those of
a Persian prince. His stables cost $250.
--000. In the beautiful music room the great
est orchestras in the world have played for
the pleasure of his house parties.
He did not go to church, but he enabled
the daughter of his barber to gain an art
education. Kis name is not found on the
rolls of those that give to colleges and
churches, but he kept a hundred servants
on full pay about the place.
NOT ANY HARM IN POKER
Teachers May Play Sunday*. Say*
Miss Terey in Colorado.
Hmw York Sun Soac/al Sorvfct*
Denver, Col., March 8. —Whether or not
the school teachers of Arapahoe county
may play cards, and especially poker, on
Sunday is a question submitted to Miss
Emma Terey, superintendent of county
schools, by Mrs. Alvina Curtis, a member
of a rural district school board.
Miss Terey gave a written opinion that
card playing, even to the point of poker,
could not be held to be a bar to a position
A Denver girl, a teacher, played penny
ante with a crowd of young folks on a dull
Sunday and Mrs. Curtis objected.
"The school law," says Miss Terey, who
is young and pretty, and played poker her
[ self when she was in Ann Arbor, "does
! not regulate the personal conduct of teach
j ers, and if they want to play at cards they
I may. I played poker for lima beans my-
I self when I was at school, and I guess the
■ other girls will not harm anybody if they
are partial to the same habit."
WON'T HELP HARRISON
Bryan Refuneg to Take the Stump
2f»u> York Sun Special Service
Chicago. March B.—William Jennings
Bryan will not take the stump In Chicago
for Carter H. Harrison in his campaign to
retain his seat in the mayor's chair. This!
ultimatum he delivered in person to Rob- 1
i crt E. Burke at democratic headquarters,
! much to the dismay of that political
i leader. * i
He said he was going to New York, and
| from there to Washington and other east
i crn cities, and that he would not return j
i west again until about April 10. I
William Jennings Bryan, owner, editor j
■ and business manager of the Commoner,
; Will try his hand at soliciting advertise-'
j nients. Mr. Bryan reached Chicago yes
j terday. He says the 'circulation .of his
I paper has ■ passed the 50,000 mark.
. TO "CONTEST-THE WILL
| Claims of. Mihs Cams to .the Welton
Rotate Will Be Fought.
i Special to The Journal.
Fargo, N. D., March —Interest in the
| Welton will, by which a large estate was
| left to a telephone girl, is still kept up.
| The son of Mr. Welton was in consulta
tion with his attorneys this morning and
mill contest the will. The hearing has
been set for April 30. '^9MHSkMBH
Some more details of the matter have
I been given out. Miss Cass, the benefici
ary, had given the telephone management
a notice that she would resign March 15,
and it is said she was to have been mar
ried to Mr. Welton as soon as he secured
a divorce from his wife, who is at present
in Florida. Miss Cass had boarded at the
Webster hotel, the same place at which
Welton had lived since his arrival in
Fargo some months ago. She was for
merly with the Northwestern Telephone
company in St. Paul.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,
Flowers Al Qf)IJJP BIG STORE Time Limit Sale
Saturday Special. «j|l §3 «% .J £Qf*AHE 7toio P .m.
If ! ■ %BP tym I « 0 A flu AI Just received 5.000 yards of
American Rn - ,K^ W WOT nilVnVh Mill Remnants of 36-inch
Beauties, dzOtfC each OC Nicollet Avenue, Through to First Avenue So. and Fifth St. Percale. Dress Ginghams,
All other selected cut^nowers; -' ''"' .' ' " "'' ■ " ' —— Jacquards, Dress Ducks, Col-
All other selected cut flowers, a v.
52Cr""'" *' """I * maple's Popular Shopping Day gsst - £
each IOC ORDERS FILLED FROM THIS ADVERTISEMENT. ' — —
■S~sm3£ ; Mill's FurnishinS'S "h'"^ Ba "' New Spring Reefers and Box Coals 4pNfc>
/ /\f <3' f( *\\ •-'Ji.-M.***^^^ These are sensational prices—meant to be so—in order to introduce J^^^k %O.
\ftfk ;>/ *\V Everything new and nobby in Haberdashery to be found new Spring Garments. T^jJPfyfPpi
• ft! si \ V here A few Saturday Specials: ♦ Girls' New Spring Box Coats—All wool covert cloths «£« aa %[rr /A 'uY
A^Ul i \ \ Men's black, tan and fancy Cotton Hose, ™&- 44 Saturday opening price.. O4iUU V^ v3\ .JV
/Vjy \\ \ \ "lar 19c value. Your choice Saturday, pair, |j 13 I* Girls' Stylish Spring Box Coats—Castor, covert cloth.lined throughout JW&htoJ^ 2^
/'N?V^\* J'/r^ OQly ••••' ••■■••' with ltomaine Silk. Saturday opening CMS ECi'fl Awk EF^iPV
1 XV'^y YVv^rVJ k Correct shapes in Men's and a j v P rice ; •/ • 3>0.0U M^^^^mM,
I V.A V V VJI—J. Boys' Collars, Saturday, ffj| C2orT§ jj ££ ? lrls' and Chi!dren's Spring Reefers-A wide and varied assortment Mjps^*-m^
\ X*"A V^CIS, each x^** ■ **•%* in sizes li to 14 years, from, kersey, cheviot, coverts and mixed cloth, #a^.^>W^K^'
V~ \m The newest and most perfectly selected Neckwear to be found fii RIlaA? ** eXtraordiuar >' values at $5.00, Oft Kfl ff^WmSSPSk
\\ l\ \/Uw/X in the Twin Cities, consisting of one of th« newest weaves in **■»" ana "K-'IS@9HBI»'"'
V V "* ><Hrf//l the Crepe De Soute, made in the Butterfly End, !■? gFtk .. Hisses' jackets—balance of all our best Misses' Winter Jackets that %\Biß^f '
V^, >s. S^V/\//\ Imperials, De , I oiuvilles and the correct Derby STlfiSlf* sold from $7.50 to $12.00; all kinds silk lined througlu v fltft m A WW
-^s=»,wujv-» "*. t .vs,\ reversible Four-in-Hand, each , *^ JQ&\& Saturday, to close, at " .
Fancy Shirts -Business and Semi-Negligee, vertical stripes in short bosoms, «■■ OF%. A new spring line of Children's Wash Dresses, sizes 6to 12 years new *lillil«ilifi
with detached link cuffs, made from the newest designs in percales, with the sUSS^* dainty styles, best values ever offered at 51.85 SI SO * *%#* ' &B8&£sBa<8&. >
nobby piping, in all the latest tints, fast colors, each , ** VU .42 $1.25 $1.00 75c and .... OHC ''Bplßp^***
Six lines of Men's Underwear put on our tables at less than manufacturers' prices. The continuanc* of Resale of manufacturers' stocks of Skirts and Wrappers and the By vj| n\
r Daianceot our Winter Jackets goes merrily on. grJr^JJfBBSfBB*.*
Sale of Ribbons, Extraordinary Ei^A E«*^ J^ Women's $1.98 Hose New MillinPrv «—*"
Now is your opportunity. You may never I^l iIH i^llß^ •^Jr^>! for QBe N MV" XTlllllllCl j Main Store.)
have another such chance to buy good Rib- lUIW KUi J MR special s al 6of women's '■■* Early Spring Hats
bons so cheap. Fine, washable, taffeta rib- " 3S^Sk f,P cc»al Sale of Women's High barly Spring Hats
bons at less than one half their value, in all These are Jackets that are the > dy£3:fc «™ac imported i ancy Hose for Yes. it is time to purchase a Spring Hat and time to
good colors and black. On sale Saturday top notch of the season's styles, %r ***&& one day only, Saturday. ihe lot wear it, top. We have au elegant line, appropriate for
morning at the following price!? splendidly made, artistic inform fJK ? USIStS of Brilliant Lisle Thread JKSd &Z?e »S%asttfuT M rwuonilWe tWi
lliSS£u/X::::::?I S? $40 ;i]liM, «»Lfr«S h s' $4.00 $8.00
No 16 worth 20c a yard at per yd 9c ■" \strakan Jackets rtt m+± WH WJ9^\ v IU ff C-, a tb °™«au and — Department. '
No. 2i worth 22c a yard, at per yd lOc -reduced fromass SAO filir fi afifS a nair "^"^ Music Department.
No. 40, worth 25c a yard, at per yd.... 12K 2 C to. V**V JKSHKK &" hlgh as^.9Bapair, s P Saturday.
800 pieces, No. l Black and Colored Velvet 4 All our Fine Collarettes reduced ifBDP 9 r . . QQ A D . "The Blackville Strutters' Ball" IQ#%
Ribbons, a piece of lOyards. at BOC . All our. rine WOliarettes reOUCea )\ym2^l!mm ru ' wim*&M &>& n« "My Creole Bells" fQC
200 pieces No. i>; Black Velvet Ribbons, satin fte ft about one-half their regular <)&mPRJHm\I ' ■ VflOlCe v|n|" Pair "I Ain't a Going to Work No MoW, IOIj
back, a piece of 10 yards, special *«w value. . *1 F ' 'n'll RW ' 'Why Don't the Band Play?"
Alotof Fancy Plaid Kiubons, worth 38cperyd.QK*» ;.-.■;- "™~" *^mr -"^^ "My Heart' Tonight in Texas," EACH
Saturday, only «>vv i . i —^— ■ i _ i „ „ , "The Cinch " "-step m _mi_
Special values on all widths, Black Velvet Kibbons M , ... _. „. . .-. _. - . ... "Kerry Mill's" "Vipillhv" " ' WWW
during this sale. Men's and Youth's Clothing. Wjisli fmA^c Ppn't Jewelry Dept. -FroTc"ke $&:::: I l] A
————————— A few Items for Saturday Only—The " 0311 UUUU9 . I>CU I. ..,„,/,. X , "Sweet Savannah." ' " mmm
Among the New Books. iffijdHs^SuVySfc S r -"A-^^P'^ p?Z^?^™lZ SSeg«E EEii ■»
Jerome 0 .Books;, 89© afeM^^'M. IS IZh «,„ h I Id ffla??a.u. ma& R°flis Allfolios, each ~~.:...:..:.:. : a ii
"Alice of Old Vincennes," "Redemption of Saturday,^uit."..'.... Sjf.nn Egyptian Tissues, Gingham and day.' Satur- >)Q,«|*| .;_ , ——____
"Alice of Old \ incennes, "Redemption of Saturday, suit Egyptian Tissues, a great variety day -«i^w»ww
David Corson," "Boy," ''Unleavened Bread" 8? &'v - -"ken sizes, some of eyery of styles, a good val- AC** Men's Solid Coin Silver "Watch, Saturday Specials in our up-to-date
"ThePenitentes" "Tommvaml Cri7Pl" ' size but no complete line ->.„ _... ue. at 22 oC gold inlaid, Elgin or Waltham, *.-*-.
j.ne irennences, ±ommy ana unzei. * This lot comprises Worsteds. cassimeres per yard fcWV it-jeweled, adjusted movements; DruiT Department
"Sky Pilot." $1.25 edition 79c and Cheviots* high m^ 7C . IJwlrhßmhm ,, inm , lo Jewelers' prices $18 to $20. ' urujr uepanmeni.
"Black Rocky sue edition .25c 2nd wbffi^i°»?'» *I- 7 D ?SS^^aSB llJg^g t ll\aa f ° or r Prlce Cifl RA Sanitary Bath Sponges, regular 25c R^
MM^__—l _ l _^^_ We have 35 frieze listers in good quality and dresses, all this AA-^ Saturday N»"*'"l*^UF article, special, each..... ........... VV
r.O-flfC flliH Tnhflrrnc ffiSS&,r T SJ.S $6.50 SSWS&^...«»O w2a?£'irß! ca riSS:: • English Soap, per box 60
VlvTclrS cHICI I ODoCCOS 8?- *<>*?»■*■■<**<&■■ -^ *"*"*" Polka Dot Batistes, in light and American-made works; six and Delice Face Powder, special...,. 23c
c» «c offer for Saturday exceptional values dark grounds with colored dots, O sizes; warranted timekeeper;' ,-, u/, -. \ ji-j - a -
SneciaU for Saturday It In Youth's Suits, sizes 17. 18 and 19. a regular 25c value, 4 fi% _ $9.50 values. *Tv mm *** *\ Cucumber Cream, for chapped hands 8c
jpctidis lur odiuruay. Youths' Suits in sizes 20 #nd larger at only. I SVC For J»fl.flll Florida WatAr nnncp «#»
"La Preferencia" 10c straigut »4 -* ■- Just ', their value for this sale. per yard ■*v Saturday VWiUV Florida Water, ounce 8c
size, Saturday only, per can .... 1■ I © > ——_-__-«^_ I «___»_» % Cursing Bottles, each -3c
SSJ^iy^Sx'.i^.^.Sl-BO Sanitary Dairy Department. . Pure Food Grocery Dept. Shoe Denartment
(Limit two boxes to customer.) v.. r , *. „ ' , _ „ . r «^IIUC L/CUcirilllCll I.
Henry Gearge, box of 50, Saturday, f-^ Butter-Good Cooking, per pound, |A|% Continuation of low prices for the best Shoes are the foundation of good dress. If
per box, 0n1y....... $1.69, 7 for &UG -?ttrj....^. W ' : r" M^%M high grade Canned Goods. you want the Smartest and best, shoes that
All 5c cigars, including, all popular brands. nutter— l able Dairy, per pound for M TF g% lowa Sweet Corn, per can ....5c skill can make, you can get them here.
Copenhagen Snuff, per .' , CE p 16 ° and 1M %M Early June eas> per can 7c Women's Vici Kid face shoes, flexible soles, also heavy
lb. jar................:;ii..J.v v. Wls Butter—Creamery No. 1, per pound A A **. TnmatnAQ sn» M nQ ATtr.ctonfioi.ri M n -7« extension sole, Box calf shoes. Not a q* 4 ho
All 10c packages Smoking Tobacco A-. for !.;... £m&Sj omatoeb, 6-ib. cans, extra standard, can.. pair worth less than $2.50. Saturday cut to 3> 1 ■»€»
Saturday, per package jHC I Chees^New York 'white clover,' 4m - strin Bless Beans,per can 7c or^orinJ ' heeei ?yworth Ul-» 0M B'*^ l
All 5c packages Smoking Tobacco, K^ full cream, per pound ISO Fancy California Apricots, per * |%^ cut IS ? ' $ ' Saturday. $ 1.48
Saturday, per package r..;.;.r.......i..*fr0 Strictly fresh laid, per doz. 4J| A pound ...lift* Little Gents' Box Calf lace shoes, spring heel, sizes
Miss Swell, box of 25 Saturday, per /a A^ . >- f0r......:..;,.-.. l*rC All high grade Jams and Preserves all va- 9to 13. Regular $1.25 shoes, cut for satur- on.
box: *&• Vwoi,o^to-e USt o m eT^ c : ■ tt^lSr'*' o™*"':. 450 | ™"e5:.. 12!<c. t0. , 15c . grades:. per , iOc , aaa^fflam^Mjso-
Hardware Dept. (Basemen/) ' Toy Dept. <*— * I n it« rv m m + n^nt
TOILET PAPER-Large rolls of fine tis- SHELF PAPER Lace Shelf Paper In /^K "Whltely" Travelers' Excerdser- A^Cl-ll 1 LCll V ITIVCII 1-/VL/L*
sue paper, truaranteed 1,000 AC-^ 10-yard lengths assorted j r^ 1 They operate like the one shown in • ' .
!K e ciai rraT liHr.Sor g^rjj. f pjice' 1 0ft _2>v^ Si"."^ madet^ h^rfes^gl^ If you are interested in good wholesome Meats, we invite
'____±-^ CHAm SEATS-lerforat^ #S^^ ' I K«\ | S «SSh2?prtSi""iSa.*"^ -V °U. tO Visit OUr Cold Storae Plant ' Win you an oppor
4mm&£. "^jSS^lF? >£rsfflk ed ( hair seats made of ye- i§^sfe^a \Xv\^"// The light weight, for chti-•*■■ tunity to see meats kept as they should be.
/tWßi^^ffi. "iii" 1'' 1 '*""■' ' * neered birch In three shapes y "^L dren, regular price sQc,for«j s*B it * —
m/^iaijiMji^Bmmm^^^^^K and three sizes: \^*'j\ Saturday xhe Following Low Prices for Saturday.
JBBlllr^^ :nSS!E %iy" r_M a^45C The Fo.,ow,ng Low Saturday. ;'.
. , specfai'SaWay^. 06. 1: o.'0.' I. A /WJt^M Fiber Lunch Boxes In black color. Rib Boiling, per lb 3C ' Round Steak, per 1b......... 10©
WINDOW BRUSISfi«-A *«o.i large IC-inch. regular price He, / jt%&* /j\ »38|i\\|( making a much more genteel looking Pot Roast, per 1b...... 5c 6c 7© Surloin Steak, per lb 12% C
wiudowßrush.madeoilongbristles.se- special Saturday...... I %#|# / I "*fl \ 4 box than the common russet color. Rolled Riha , 10 ., ncr lb 7«* PortPrhnnsfi u» 1 Ihl9l^^ IR A
curely set-in solid back, each A«^^ M . T BDiicutfi^ hM.n. „„ / A" MTT With metal protectors on jm a Rolled Ribs (lean) per ID 7c Porterhouse Steak, lt>l2Hc 15c
SliV ssri^«% t.ffiu«SS 3SC fiSl..ft3a%?MtattgS.6 bis^^^ ' p\ tnlttSi^SSfa™. 180 Rib Roaßt (best cuts) 1b....12Mc Hamburger Steak, perlb.._.Bo
SCRUB iasssi^assss^j& Bo \\ SITS w>^ Shoulder Steak, per lb """" 80
BRUSHES-A , : lOe, special Saturday, 0n1y....1..... %9%9 I j II _ Mcd urn price —-^Afc^ POPKCUTS
a 1 row Bice Root ' COFFEE MILLS-The Pound Coffee j M ¥ 33c, for Satur- ■ mW&S. fUKIV
■^wi Mi rn U8!o?i rl £ XKnSS jM^ h.^^ da>l ■ Pig Pork Loins, (whole) 1b..... 80 Pig Pork Butts, (lean) 1b...... 80
block; 2H.-in.x9-in. f^i*, m -,*i MMM ,^%<rf!^ k mining im= rim «n.i nr™^ <^iy t iini ii 1i / g%£h fgjHHMßaagpa Pig Pork Shoulder, (small) 1b7}40 Pig Pork Sausage, (our make) .80
l5 ec: Pl ec: An *%fmWHfr&i MWWBttl md striped, regular price 6»C, 430 Jdi ZOC SI Prompt dcUvery to rfl parts ofthectty.
isc spec. Kft w""«"Bw||®|JP'" special price for Saturday 4ilfi s-f\J&k fcWU Prompt delivery to all parts of the city.
Saturday /*■"**' only .. . ..^ F%jr%Jf O*\^> X^Biiniißffr^ .^
ELK RIVER—Mrs. Alice Hastay died of
heart trouble. She leaves four small chil
dren. Mrs. Hastay was a daughter of Mrs.
A. S. Merrifleld of this place.
JORDAN—Charles Pilney, a member of
Company X, Third regiment, died at Vesta
yesterday. He saw service in Cuba, later
at Walker, and tben in the Philippines.
DULUTII—T. M. Perry, a Northern Pacific
conductor, had his right arm broken in sev
eral places while coupling cars near Carlton.
He was brought here to enter the hospital.
His arm may have to be amputated. • ■
HASTINGS— Mary Lynch of Burns
vllle died from heart trouble, aged 40 years.
—Dakota county receives 15.380 from the
semiannual — apportionment of state school
funds, upon a basis of $1.25 per pupil. ' •
GLENCOE—At the annual meeting of the
fire department, the following officers were
elected: A. S. Snyder, chief; O. Simons,
assistant foreman; C. V. Cor3on, secretary;
L. W. Gilbert, treasurer, and C. H. Ratber,
WINOXA— Winona Rex Copper Mining
company has been organized to operate two
claims in the Grand Encampment district.
The officers are: President, John wig;
secretary, Thomas 8.. Hill; treasurer, Ferdi
LITTLE FALLS—Andrew Carnegie will not
give this place a library building.. A let
ter from Senator Clapp says Mr. Carnegie |
has made a rule not to make such donations
to cities of less than 10,000 inhabitants, so
that he can do nothing for Little Falls.
j FARIBAULT—News nas been received of
I the death in Salina, Kan., of Professor Wil-
I Ham W. Chan:r>laiu, formerly instructor ■in
I mathematics in Shattuck military school —
| Randall Fuller died at Oklahoma City. He
} was one of the pioneers of Faribault, and
i platted Fuller's two additions.
! Thro li Sleeping Car" Service to
Kaunas City via ''The Milwau
A standard first-class sleeper for Kan
sas City via C. M. & St. P. Ry's popular
Hedrick Route leaves Minneapolis 7:50.
a. m., St. Paul 8:00 a. m., daily and ar
rives Kansas City 7:00 o'clock next morn
ing. ■'. .' . ..
The "Hedrick" is the most direct and
comfortable route from the Twin Cities to
Kansas City, the South, Southwest and
California. -.■■.••. ■..... .
For full inlormation regarding lowest
rates apply to C. M. '.& St. P. Ry. ticket
agents or address J. T. Conley, Ass't. Gen.
Pass. Agent, St. Paul. Minn. <
PRESCOTT—SWan E. Johnson, who BUf*
fered serious injuries some time ago by a
falling tree, is dead.
WEST SUPERIOR—Dr. Moody, who has
been in charge of the isolation hospital for
three months, haa resigned. Not a patient
succumbed to the disease.
CUMBERLAND—A work train on the
Omaha road ran into a herd of cattle near
Turtle Lake, derailing eight flat cars, smash
ing two cabooses and killing eight cows.
LA CROSSE—The prohibitionists make the
announcement that they will place a third
ticket in the field at the municipal election
this spring. A meeting was held and a con
vention called for March 16.
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN—While George Smith,
Slitzen, Wis., was temporarily insane over
the loss of his 12-year-o!d daughter, he bor
rowed a revolver of a neighbor and emptied
the contents of it into his body. He died
an hour after.
FOND DU LAC—Eighteen cases growing
out of the Saengerfest wreck of June 24
last, at DePere, were settled by Assistant
Claim Agent Dockery, of the Xorth-Western
railway and Attorney Hyzer. This makes
168 eases that have been settled. The
amounts received by those Injured vary In
sums under $160 to $16.wu.'
DENISON— Jack Jackson and John Stevall,
charged with the Manilla, lowa, express rob
bery, were indicted by the grand jury.
• DUBUQUE—The Sisters of St. Joseph, B.
V. M., at the mother house, Mount Carmel,
filed with the county recorder a trust deed
for JISO,(X)U to secure a loan to refund loans
made in 1892.
BROOKLYN—The public schools have been
closed on account of smallpox. The school
was closed a few weeks ago on account of
scarlet fever and bad been opened only a
week when closed again.
OTTUMWA—No progress was made at to
day's session of miners and operators, the
day wage scale giving trouble. Matters were
arranged in the second and third districts and
give the miners a slight advance.
ORI.NXEL.Ij—The republicans held their city
caucus for the election of delegates to the
rity convention. The interest centers in the
candidacy of D. S. Morrison and 11. \V.
Spaulding for the nomination for tnayor.
SIOUX CITY—The Northwestern lowa Re
tail Lumbermen's Association is in session.
Many trade papers were read. The following
officers were elected: M. J. Murphy of Ells
worth, Minn., president; M. A. Moore of Le
Mars, vice president; James Weart of Chero
kee, secretary and treasurer.
WESSINGTON—The first tesue of the Wes
singtonian, a journel published in the inter
ests of the Wesslugtou Spring* seminary, ha
made its appearance.
MITCHELL—Editor E. S. Johnston of the
Mitchell Gazette has decided to erect a new
home for his paper. The structure Is de
signed to be one of the finest newspaper
buildings in the sUte.
ABERDEEN"—An examination for civil ser
vice positions in the federal departmental
service will be held at Deadwood April 23 and
26; at Aberdeen April 10, Huron April 5,
Sioux Falls April 10 and 23.
SELBY—Smallpox has broken out in Selby,
Cashier Amy, of the Walworth County State
Bank, having the disease. A number have
been exposed. A rigid quarantine has been
established by the board of health.
SIOUX FALLS-Funeral services were held
over the remains of Charles H. Kansom, who
died of Bright':! disease after an illness of
several months. The services were attended
in a body by the Masonic fraternity of Sioux
WATERTOWN—The receipts of the register
of deeds' office of Codington county during
February were greater than those of any
February for the past eleven years, and more
than double those of the same month four
NAPLES—A creamery association has been
organized. Fifty-one shares of stock at t-5
per share have been subscribed. The officers
are: J. I. Huffman, president; John Beath,
secretary; Charles Ness, treasurer. Work on
;ht> building will be commenced at once.
FORT PlEßßE—Several of the heaviest
stock owners of this country have organized
to protect themselves against "rustlers" by
subscribing to a fund to be used in rewards
of $5(Ki for the apprehension and conviction
of any person for graud larceny. R. W.
Mathieson was elected treasurer and C. L.
Strength comes from well digested and
thoroughly assimilated food. Hood'a Sar
aaparilla tones the digestive organs, and
thus build? up the strength. If you are
getting "run down," begin taking Hoods
at once. It gives nerve, mental and di
Ask for Free Sample Box.
Satin-Skin Cream at stores, or write
Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit. Mich.
YOU WILL NEVER KNOW
What comfort is until you try Dr. Reed's
Cushion Shoes. Retail Parlor," 4 North
4tsh at, K&sot* Block.
GRAND FORKS—A Utter from Rev. John
Burleson, of Tecumseh, Mioh., states he will
ccept the call to 8t Paul's Episcopal church,
.did will occupy the pulpit the second Sun
day after Easter.
FARGO—Miss Nellie Caas is prostrated as
the result of the publicity given the filing
of her petition as the beneficiary of the late
George H. Welton. Miss Caas came here
last August from St. Paul. It Is announced
that she and Welton were to have been mar-
Egl " There is no more tense in paying big fees to a great medical specialist when yon 83
Era are distressed with liver and kidney trouble, than there is ia trying to heal a broken .w&
limb with putty.
MB Fifty years ago as Dr. McLean treated the most complicated cases, curing sad V MS
F3 bringing hope and happiness to his great number of patients, he did not have one-fiftieth tgl
HI- as many medicines as his fellow doctors hare to-day. The wonderful success of his >■ Hh '
Kj - cures proves that ■ the simple common sense remedies be employed were right. Bl
Kfl His theory was to go direct to the seat of the trouble and apply the simplest form'•■.■a.
of remedy there.
|H The McLean way of reaching the trouble, which has stood the test of a half century ■H|
ti9 ' of successful life-saving, is simple, safe and sure. It is the good old-fashioned, SB
US practical method of going direct to the evil to quickly relieve suffering. * 89
El Nothing will take the place, nothing can replace ■ F*j
I McLean*? Litter i
I ■ and KJdney m "Balm i
f^ It should be'used at the beginning of the trouble, but It is equally safe and sure |2f
r>J even if taken when the trouble has taken deep root. - , ' * £13
'. jffl In new cases a cure will result in a short time. In very bad, chronic cases, It is KM
II equally effective, but patience is necessary and th* need to keep up the treatment faithfully. |g9
r| Kidney and liver troubles are stubborn, and only a persistent use of this reliable Hg
Ha . remedy will ours them* . < I 3
pi| If you druggist is up-to-the-times, be has it. f *?
II Only $1,00 per "Bottle. Made by * y \\
I The J. H. McLean Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo. \:\
ried if he was successful in a divorce auit he
The Day Train on the Chicago Great
"Western Railway J '■'
Leaving at 7:40 a. m., will, on and after
March 3rd, run daily instead of 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. Nicollet Aye.
and sth St., Minneapolis. Minn.