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FEIDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1901,
\ ▼ Sfete-^^^B^. FREE JJ I
BEAUTY ON TRIAL.
ASK FOR FREE BOX.
You are cordially invited to test, try and
prove, without expense, the merits of the
most daiuty refined article ever produced
magical SATIN-SKIN CREAM. This charm
ing toilet requisite i 3 a vegetable concrete
luade from fragrant flowers, milk of plants
beautifying balsams and healing herb.s; a
wonderful curative and tissue-building skin
food. Prevents early ageing of the skin,
keeps it fresh, fair and youthful. At n;ght
and morning message wrinkles with SATIN
SKIN CREAM; note their disappearance. Be
fore exposure to wind or weather apply
SATIN-SKIN CREAM, it prevents tan, smart
ing, redness, irritation. Apply after wash
ing the hands, before quite dry; see how
quickly absorbed, how satiny soft, the cream
renders them. Starved sklu, blotched, blem
ished, pimpled faces fed back to beauty by
SATIN-SKIN CREAM. It has scores of uses
we lack space to name. Does your skin burn,
smart, roughen, redden? Your hands or lips
chap, crack, feel sore and tender? Apply
SATIN-SKIN CREAM, receive ready relief.
It's a vegetable emoliment, an all healing
berbal beauty bringer. Vsed for baby's skin
stops chafing, heals, soothes. Pianists and
ladies doing fancy work find SATIN-SKIN
CREAM makes the lingers supple, firm,
The New Store Drug Department.
Evans, Munzer, Pickering & Co
Economical
SHOE
: "wears "well J%T
and always /*/\
Holds its k/m\ v,
shape. A' «A| /\
Price, J /-A
$ >oo J3/J
and up per pair J7ss*++Jfjar
The most
satisfying shoe made is
.-SkFlor sheim
vSHoe for Men
So Id by
Stanley
412 collet (Avenue
PERUNA
CURES CATARRH
0P STOMACH.BOWELS.KIDNEYS
AND FEMALE ORGANS.
KILLED BY A KICKfXG HORSE.
Special to The Journal.
Le Roy, Minn., April 19.—Cam. P. Wells, a
well-known blacksmith of this city, died in
the Rochester hospital last evening. His
skull had been fractured by a kick from a
horse. —C. A. Smart, for years a merchant in
Le Roy, has engaged in the grocery business
at Cresco, lowa. —Principal Lord and the re
mainder of the school faculty have been re
elerted far the coming school year.—H. E.
Johnson, formerly head miller of the Le Roy
roller mills, will erect a new flour mill and
electric light plant at Adams. He erected
•he Le Roy roller mills building.
ORATORICAL AND ATHLETIC.
Special tp The Journal.
Northfield, Minn., April 15*.—The oratorical
contest for. the Ware prize between the rep
resentatives of the senior classes of St. Olaf
and Carleton colleges will take place on
May 3;—Carleton plays her first scheduled
jame of baseball on Monday, the 22i with
St. Olaf.
W - t^^mencall
Wljistf^W became
Druggists. Dealers and Clubs.
'ST PAUL SOL EI N ■^^MINNEAPOUS
nimble. Applied before using powder renders
it adhesive, invisible. SATIX-SKIN CREAM
perfectly protects the complexion from ex
posures, climatic changes, when out of doors.
It is warranted harmless, without acids,
poisons or corrosives; being vegetable cannot
cause or promote hair growth.
LL'LU COLEMAN. Howbert, Col., writes: I
have used one box and am forced to admit
SATIX-SKIN CREAM excels any facial cream
I ever used.
IDA M. DIEHL, Colve, Md.. writes: Cannot
j speak too highly of SATIX-SKIN CREAM. It
j has cured all my pimples, left my skiu soft
and smooth as satin.
ALTHES NEILSOX writes: 1 have tried
many kinds of Cream, but find SATIX-SKIN
the best I c-. rer used.
Thousands of testimonials of appreciative
users from all over the world meaus much
you miss much happiness In every passing
day you're not using SATIX-SKIN*' CREAM.
! The skin needs a nourishing, protective pre
| server like SATIX-SKIX CREAM. It's freely
.yours on request; Xo cne asked to buy'
I Writs ALBERT p. WOOD, Perfumer. Detroit,
1 Mich., for free box or call at local dealers soou
I as possible.
TO FIGHT 'SOUITOES
St. Anthony Park Women Led by
Prof. Lugger.
KEROSENE IS THE AMMUNITION
It Will Be Hetmlarly Applied to the
Surface of All Ponds and
Paddles.
For a number of years the residents of
mosquito-infested- regions along the A.t
lantic coast have found considerable relief
from this pest by the use of kerosene.
The people of St. Anthony Park, who in
common with everybody in this part of the
country, have suffered so much from the
mosquitoes last year, are preparing to
fight the enemy this season under the
command of General Otto Lugger the
entomologist.
The Woman's Improvement association
of St. Anthony Park stands sponsor for
the enterprise. The women recently list
ened to an address by Professor Lugger
on the mosquito and its eradication, and,
after he had told how the pest is out
matched by those upon whom it so merci
lessly feeds in other localities, they de
cided to authorize Dr. Lugger to go ahead.
Dr. Lugger, preparatory to the work,
has had a careful survey of the park
made, showing every pool of stagnant
water, how large its area, how much
It is likely to shrink in surface as the
warmer weather comes on. This is
necessary in order to find out just how
much of the oil is needed. It requires for
each treatment one ounce of oil to fifteen
square feet of surface. Two barrels of
kerosene oil have already been purchased
in order to be prepared for the first ap
pearance of the pest, and other barrels
will be In readiness as soon as needed.
When to Catch Her.
The mosquito must be reached before
she is a mosquito,-when .she is in the
larval or pupal stage. The pronoun "she"
is used advisedly, for the male mosquito
never attacks anybody. He is an orna
ment to his race, but he never fights, and
dies young. The female mosquito lays
about 200 eggs at a time. She can lay
this number once in three days in the
height of the season, but usually- she only
lays that many once in ten days. She de
posits these upon the still water of a
stangnant pond, in an old tomato caji half
full of rainwater, or in the barrel of rain
water left conveniently near the house.
The eggs hatch into the lively "wigglers"
of the rain barrel. These chaps must
come to the top of the water for air, for
they can live only a comparatively short
time under water. The least motion of
the surface of the water kills them, or,
at least, is very likely seriously to dis
turb them.
I'se of Kerosene.
But the breeding is done by the sly I
pest on water that is calm, so that other
means than agitation are needed. Kero
sene not only kills the insect in its pupal
or larval stage, in case any particle of
the oil enters the breathing apparatus,
but by forming a thin film over the top
of the water effecutually seals the pest
up. Any attempt to get air through this
film of oil is sure death.
The oil is spread over the water at the
first appearance of the mosquitoes in the
spring. The mosquitoes stand the cold
est winter successfully, coming out in
the spring all ready to begin the produc
tion of their young in such enormous
numbers that the mind Is staggered at
aay attempt at enumeration. During the I
season it Is only necessary to renew the j
oil about once in twenty days, now and j
then a Httle oftener than this—sometimes,
in very dry seasons, once in thirty days is
sufficient. Of course, the laying of the
eggs successfully upon this film of oil Is
an impossibility—the preventive serves
effectually both before and after the in
sect is in the pupal stage. Of course, the
drainage of the breeding places is the j
most satisfactory, because the most ade- j
quate method; but, where this is not!
feasible, the kerosene serves admirably, j
Plan Applicable Anywhere.
The plan which is being followed by the
women of this association is feasible for
any locality. Dr. Lugger points out that
in every country place, around every
farmhouse where there are empty cans or
tubs, pails or barrels liable to fill up and
stand full of rainwater, the mosquitoee
breed by the millions, and if but a tea
spoonful of oil is poured on one of these
small breeding places, the results follow
as effectually as where a large stagnant
pond is treated. If the amount sug
gested, one ounce of oil to every fifteen
square feet of surface, is us«d Dronor-
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAII
*mßii THF NFW <?TfIRF ssSfe
colors; per dozen.... IOC ■« W fli W be warned in time-its your last
n a ■ IB HB II BBH H B Mf U^V I mmc chance, for we are going to close
UrOSS SOOGS """ "" W ■ ■» WH tnem Saturday. Elaborate crea-
Waist ■: Flannels— Strictly all . ;" ; ::::.:'■':':'-'— ' ..>. ... tions> foreign and domestic,with
wool, all the new 4A A - m * m ;^';v^rf:j;v^l-^:i::^.^.- ■_••..:- \--;;- ,•■ ; that dainty stylish something
™t^S Making New Records [r^St EE-IBJoo
•wool; all the new/ihades. and: ; *?"" '^ ' V " " * >A* VI V>^ the reaSOll IS aQ.d^fc;->-..,..,'N»,0«WW
™?!. .Saturiay. 430 so plain that he who runs may read. Merit Will Tell. Optical Dipt.
Ojlb^ ■•■■ ~*~»*ww»*»~ww%~mw»^~wn~wmwvww» ...... „ ... Saturday Special—Solid steel
3IIKS aiKsW;.• EVANS, MUNZER, .PICKERING■&■ CO. frame Spectacles or Eye Glass,
Wash Silks -Finest all silk; ML W MH&, BWS UIfW &, t. S\ m "iCKEniIwG & CO a large eye, bevel joint, titted with
right color conibina- 4Q A ■j - „,• ■-•,"' ' , ' ' best Periscopic Lens, AQ^
tions; value 39c yard .. ■*%*_& , :/; r , ; i "*?^?' M*—"^""*,. ■ .-',-■ "■ - ' —— ' -yy-^"- -■-•■■•■■•■[■ reg. price $2.50, at ..; yOU
Block Taffeta—Every thread silk the ' ,••■-. In Rf|V«' Rlnlhinir i^ Men's Furnishings
new soft finish; worth 75 C :: iii^^ :; , \<£X. . |j|. KAV6 - |b| flf ililtfl 1 • £"% ■_iiens rlirillSt..ngs
>Tard Wash Gflflffc OW6 - rimb\ 111 at Present selling values, the like^: fe3p Men's silk ties made expressley for the
Wash Goods rfmk\ We are at present sellins va!ues ' the like "f JffiKi «^' tu™do. wn coilai^ new 12c
Ginahams t ♦ T lOOlls rVi' - ifW\ whleh, search as you may, you will not find .^ vXifSK- Bpnng colorings, worth 20c.... I^U
Ginghams-In neat stripes and checks, /Vf. f/ elsewhere. Take these for instance: /lWTv\ Men's silk tecks, imperials and narrow
dainty colors; sold every day "yij* IBn O I <:..it c o • *i i i ■ i four-in-hands, all new spring OK A
at 12*0; yard / 2*5 LfV[ / style, dark or mixed dj| «ft *f£/ styles and colorings, worth 50c.
Batiste in Dresden stripes and figures; J\^ 7to 15 years, $2 values Jl-W 'titH? Mea's fancy percale laundered dress
SX^fK^S!!... 10c '>M; faTb^:XSbvXs^!!sl-48 'jAife S^r^ cuffsto 49c
co^l detvS; f4?t? If 7 ? t^^^jht^^. 8:::: $1.98 lilt ■
fabric in pastel colors; exclu- *%*- £1 ) Suits-Vestee style, just received, fe-l A** II qualfty.!.: $ 98C
sive styles; yard...... „.....fcU« $ new shades;; 3to 8 years, $2.50 val. .s*l-^O <** • .. Men's fine imported full'regular made
Suits and Jafikpfa ■ All-wool cheviots or serges, blue Vestee—some -elegant styles,-3" fast black and fancy striped AB A
vhii« dill! lIdGIUSIS or black, 7to 16 years; (feQ Oft to 8 years; regular &O Ktfl nose, new spring colors .__.^OC
Summer lawn and dimity suits, made $5.00 values ........ VUi«O $3.50 goods „.9^iOU 50 Men's mackintoshes, black and col
in the latest styles, self or lace trimmed; Suits— With vests, man-tailored suits, Knp^ p -Mtc -p. , ,:.',„ ors, cape or box style, |I^4 7E
as handsome a line as you ever fIJBC 9to 16 years; values |fc JB AQ - Knee Hants—Darjt colors, nicely made; worth $5 . „..!pl«/ll
saw; choice of a dozen styles... SPtf to $6.50. Special 5^4-«Sltf egul.a^ 2oc oocis- ;'1 H^ ' y.- : - v
Ladies' man tailored, all wool cheviot Suits-Sailor style, only a very few to ecml ■**** . NO! 1811$.
Venetian cloth suits, jacket taffeta silk sell, 4to 8 years; $1.50 • ASA** Waists —Percale Waists, new ; colors; .Silk frilled and plain elasticrem- Q*%
lined throughout, new flare per- 4gk \ values at Qvv two to a customer. V ' |AI A nants, worth to 15c............ Uw .
caline lined skirt; $15 suit... IV Suits-Russian blouse 'styles,' in serges, Special I^2© : Ladies'silk belt Hose Supporters, black
Ladies man tailored all wool Venetian 3to 5 years; worth to fll^B (|0 POVini A Base Ball and :and-colors,.; all sizes, worth to 4-f^ .-■
oursToSO ' Sllklin^«^u^;:l 15.00. Spedal $2.»ts FREE! i t ™* 25c; 5pecia1................ 1/C
qua1ity:.....,.......,.^7518 . — — —— ; ——~— Photograph Dept.
100 misses' and children's spring jack- Ba*W^*fca*& I? I© 4* #*fc il^^HS Ebram Those little photos are just what you
ets, red, blue and .:...$2.98 BIggSST Millie ÜB]f tVfir want for exchanging. One
LinenS. White fiOOdS YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS-!! you don't, better come and find out. Other sizes at $2.48, $1.48, 98c.
Unbleached Sheetino-c 1 -^wi _vi Q Odd lots and many regular lines, with full sizes and widths must go at almost Come any time whether the sun shines
». nu.tduicu oneeungs— 1 yara wide, nothing. or not.
()c quality; quantity lim- Come Early Don't Forget 25 SKOB Salesmen .Gloves
wH ite aoo d s-Ve; y ;^eVei±? f Come Doß'f ¥w^ Shoe Salesmen X - Gloves
-agfrS 25c SfegiSr# -ai^ S 2?^s^^^ 1?"
day of 40c values :......^H© Women's Oxfords and two ■«««' styles, at0n1y53.60&...M»4-«IIO ' The fTu Store Milanese Silk Glove, .
Table Linens In short lengtH^rth i strap Slippers, all sizes..;;.; OS C Child's kid button shoes to 6at 23c pa^.^7' ' 47C
to $1 yard. Choice, ::::::::: Kilo Women's $2.50 Vicj. Kid Shoes, Ato Child* kid shoes, button and lace..29c^ Taffeta jSlivß.^ibM^ '*" AR« •
Saturday llHrforHlflflr .O WC EE, all sizes, neat scallop, inlay lace }??? * kid shoes, button and 39c Jaffete Gloves for children, C
iJniiarwAa. stay extension, soft, flexible soles, gilds' kid shoes, sizes to 8, at.... 39c with 2-clasps, at
UllllUriiear . Don't miss this & 4 |"A Child's kid and calf shoes to 8, at.. 4 ld Cloves for the little boys and girls,
Ladi-s fine Australian lambs wool vests at..................... *P I■ O Child's kid and tan shoes to 11, at. 59c as well as the big ones, for men. and
and pants, spring weight J&Kg* Women's". $3.50 dark tan Shoes, hand Child's kid and tan shoes to 11 at 69c Z^™' tO °' makeS and lowest
wo?thsl turned and welt OTT Misses' kid shoes lacp and hrittnn tt9<* £ •. T
Ladies'fine combed Egyptian Cotton soles $1.97 jJ * £ 9hoes at qln cf-J^phine, a splendid German
Vests, long or short sleeve; 4A A Women's satin straD Sliuners 4A. S- ,i • j , ' 98° kld g^ve, with pique seams and Paris
worth 25c! '....12© alm^^Ti^all^?;. 19C 1SS! 8 f? at" $1 27 ShadeS ' $100
Children's Sleeping Garments, ribbed The Victor Shoe for women, Black, l O*S, Scb°oleb°e*-£--■■■■■.■■■■■**<> ™"h ""** money, pair .5J> B-WW
combed cotton with feet, 4B n Tan and Patent Leather, all shapes, soft vici kid Shoes $1-69 1.368$ anil EltlhrfilllariflS
-^iiii 18C 52r»»r: $2.00 %>*jzt - -^15 au-ssSSSS
_ „ ,■ . , „.. '. •" -_ i Mixed lot of Rubbers, good quail- O^ « • .... M^ln^^P desirable laces chiffons, dress nets all-
Ladies imported full regular made fast / ties, not all sizes, while they last, &%* Men's Shoes, mixed lot vici kid, box overs. Best goods at lowest prices' !
Infants'hue cashmere wool ribbed hose, T.P B tbpr tBI.UU at . „CL , . —.-. t; -I S A . man ' also l omt ac
silk heel and toe ' -^^^ -Leather.. *** an\&v& Men's calf Shoes, lace and OQ*% Esprit Footing, with pearl edge; val
worth 25c ' lI9C Queen Quality is the most popular shoe congress, all sizes, at, only ...O«ll# uestolOc. Jjj-| Qijfc anfl Q^
n .............. . for women at a very moderate price; The Victor Shoe for Men, black and '."".:.'Yard.. .■.■...*»• U2» *■«
llrUg Il6pdnltlßni real $4.00 and $5.00 i^tfg flfl tan ' all shapes. $3-00 Q;9 AA ' Good Cambric Embroideries, hand-
Packer's Tar Soap, regulation 4A A styles and qualities, at.; VPVUrm^JP%JP styles and qualities at..s«■" V/_ some open work pattern, on splendid
cake, regular price 19c. Sat'y.. 1 C wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmm^mm^^mm^ __ - ■- ■ ■■■••■-'■•••• quality of cloth, 4to 6 inches wide, •
Satin Skin Cream—Wood's, a boon to 5 M - -•« ■- M. -, . ,„ „« "" . _ c best for the money right 4Ala
humanity, Saturday special . 23 C Men'S aflll BOJfS Hat ÜBpt. Wall Papef MA PallltS. 1 here I^^^Mf I^2^
B^^-ia^tst.!ss n r expiS^ of "aS! Special Saturday White back glimmer || FUrnitUre
Ladies' Neckwear and Veiling, t-tion at the Hat Yaiues offered were %^? m **«*" M>* 4C •:: 'Sh^l^o^^^X-
Latest styles in \ Tovpltv "NTpfkwPir frnTn common. Largest stock of Gordon >_ „ ./ ? uiuers> dsk jj.w. uur iiHi
J-iULLot bLVlcb 111 -iNOVcliy 1> cCX Wear irom "auTrehere ° S Extra Specia. Gilt and Gluimer wall i P-e ....$6.00
bp^nmtprs T.'Aio-lnn pffppt.s ill LitrK . Hats are here. Lxtra special b-ilt^ and Gluimer wall ; Pnce *j* Vß^^
One of Our good a hat as f n Treds a nd and l 8 "' includ- 0 foot Extension Table ftQ QO
ings and wash Veils ready for your many pay $2.50 for. Union made. The S J^s and greens, worth -y ft worth $0.00, special .90-W|,:
choosing. S New Store's guarantee. tf^4 ftfi '" 2 ZJ'."-":' * v '! Good pair feather Pillows, QQ A
w -ici *%%,- j t- . T . < Evervstvle- 5J> | .UP if S Economy Paints, lots of good JB HP-. ]. special 9OU
Special Sale of Windsor Ties at Less Than < » of y A siy ie-' *V • ••* „ colors left nts °sf> •J- u-«l 43C '
• Makers' Price. j! A Stetson, Dunlap, Young Bros., Hawes, colors lett, qts.-oc, gal *»^H# . Mllllllflirrhipfc
w> > „. „',', ■'•■■". .■ „ '! Knox, (Tuver and other Agency Shapes, f) a i, Ha £« Dun.* AM «| n--..^..:^. !' ■■wIIUaCIUHIdI© .
22c quality, solid colors, • Iglp j Ageniy Qualities, without Agency .Jf a fP«S, RUgS and DraperiCS I; Ladies' Genuine Irish Linen Handker
%*' . ■:.: •-•••• •• * .v- •>'• •• • '^Z^Z v !' Names. The New Store guarantee, and Wilton Velvets, Hartford Body Brussels, !| chiefs, soft finish, narrow 4Al^
2oc quality brocades and \*}\g* v'! the best the hatter can Q^ AA Axminsters and Moquettes, a splendid I' hems, value 20c. Spl, each... I k^C
fancies each ....... T i^2« \ pr0duce............... 9aiUO j lot of parlor, library, hall and stair j! DAeCMCIIT ;
2oc quality plaids and polka |"7 ft i- 50 dozen Shop Caps, one to a cus-B!^ \ carpets; worth $1.25 yard. . QA A \ BASEMENI
dots, each.. r^ ;.:._... ;. ifO > tomer; this 5a1e....... .1:.... ...@© //5aturday.,....,....,,..;;.. -.iilSB I! Bicycle sundries at ie» thaa : .^
See special bargain table in glove Boys'and Children's Hats and Head- i Axminster Rugs-Beautiful parlor pat- I '" SSSS? ■$£& Gas Lam S&fewißl
sectlon •:••-.' ' I wear a specialty. We will close out 100 ? terns. 8-3xlo-6 gfr 4 A , {fetffeffe !( cheap at $2.00, +t qq ' - I&i(I^?k4
Corsets, Undarmuslins fc£S;SaSr.™..4Bc -d«ft/W- 1 S2® ssw%S «P
Corset Day—baturday:'manufacturers'! dnym W«'' R nm(r sr>hnnl flam OrailAriflQ ' s Pecial'each-v--vwlioD »^
Shapes P. D., R. & G.. J. B. and Amer. -U patterns, for a Satnrday "ifoQ S.mpson's Silkoline-Sliort remnants, 5 oi.^eao". a:r°. pa! r:.s|.69 *^S>
jean Lady satin ■ stripe and silk em- S uyer-••••••••••••••••••••••• -~ ' yard, 8 O clock, 4c: 9 o'clock, ** 1C (i Complete stock of Goodyear ">-/r"-:-.' ■* 'il .t
lean uaay saim Stripe ana silk em- , |ftiif«is«ii nAM«)iplmfiE9l 10 nVWIt 9 P 11 «Vl^t Ifi S Puncture Proof Tires, also Goodyear detachable at
broidered, all colors and sizes, only one > U@W6li f llcPal liliSlll iv o ciock, zc 11 o clock m\J < lowest prices goin K .
to a buyer, $2.25 values, .;: Qft« j New Barrettes by the thousands, bright J P«nf»ed Silk Floss Sofa Pil. JB ft i'SS.^oSfffi^" '^^H^
choice .....:;........'.;... SfOC j and Roman, double bar- -igV^ $ lows, 22 inch -*UC • ffi||gD n'.°d c r '<*: "' ~ 48C
Petticoats Extra, at your price, see win- > keepers ■"O > Oriental Stripe Sofa Pillow 4E A fc > WW worth 1 «t er 8 «
dow display. Silk Taffeta, Silk Moreens ]! New Brooches—Turquoise, matrix and Squares [cord oc yd] each iUC \ : <§&[s£ $i,0niy.636 / " ">
and Mercerized, deep plaiting and ruf- < -fancy stones, mounted in rose, Jfe R~ Extension Sash Curtain Rods complete > /1 Sd^Ca^t Jbtr*-^|L
fles, worth to $6.00, Sat-^^ fIU ,; gold, Roman and bright gold fciO^ dozen 35c i-dozen 18c i-dozen 10c ' 5 ■•" /3i ra^tX"worth &§£&?!$&&
nrday. only ■ H*mmm%9l3 > Children's and misses'brace- €%*£** Extension Brass Lnr-p DnrfniTi P^l^c < /^il ».so.oniy ::- B»l Sr
Dressing Sacques -Gowns chemises. lets , sterling silver, 48c and 2SC compSjoze^ $1.00 "^en 500 W $1.95
drawers and skirts, lace and embroidery ' Belts— Gilt tinsel, Persian and fancy «! l dozen 9t*t* ' • *!" •. > _«,,, ,^_ Tumblers, best crystal glass, a variety
trimmed,-worth;to s l.2s, gg patterns, values to $1.50, Cgg > e^op aq ue Stock Window f^ »».^ •^J i :
Sunbonneis,' muslin' ha'ts'and* A cnoice ............ w. , : Shades complete, dozens 2-25 *-doz- || B |{| fl SSfflKS^f^ '--'/r<^\
caps, worth to 50c, Saturday.. &§3 C L©aiflßr OOOOS en $1.15 i-dozen 60c, :• J|a« ha^o^tilf^^^'
5000 Corset Covers and Aprons,4 £hg* f Belts— ' grain and patent tfft EJ tf» > OriAltf^l RllO'Q ' I WSSP' i£ly 48c -^*^^^***^SS!
Saturday Special.....-...;... lUff I; leather shaped Belts : ;;;::.; &OC WIIBIIIWI '"."or^T;:-' '.: 5 : other croquet sets at......... esc. 79c. up to $2.25 -
--' ■//■■•'■•■';--|I!LL-iil;i;-■'-■' !' Hand "carved Mexican leather, jEfljrt -A,lot of 100 Antique Kazaks, heavy \ Garden Rakes. 12 tooth, regular worth to 3dc. ig
IliuDOliS Ij sinch or buckle fastener. .UVli desirable ■ pieces, in handsome patterns > : ;;, / ■• _'" ' Refrigerator Sftlfl '1f ou'want'to'see tiT"
Hair Ribbons in plaids and stripes t The best line of 25c books we have and colorings. ti^Otffe tf^^Tft I &BBB& best line on earth come ana see the
pretty novelties that should sell m' \ ever shown, single and double,Q|j o j Extra values at 9ftUiUU I 'WBffi& 2d toSS riSSSS, c Sm^SSmlSii^S
for more money. Yard Ov «J silver mounted or plain.Choice "■'^PSL* 1| S!s«I«paII«, i i 9 mti. chambers. ;•.
Wide, luminous Taffeta, pas- ■Stf&i^ !' A' wa J> UillDlvll3S !' Indiana Refrigerators at cut prices
tel shades, value 25c, yd..... I &2& J; UlgarS < 26-inch fine Union Taffeta : Umbrella " ' ■■■^ SS^^es.wortifto^S :
Latest productions in high class novelty j! Martha —A splendid smoker, as thou« '! with pearl, silver and other novel and illsif I^^^^ special
Ribbons, from best makers, at lowest '! sands will testify, put up 12 4Q^ !| up-to-date handles; value ti^4 Tf BC B %l^^^'• size, 00 size, 0 size. 1 size.->
prices. >-;^ ;\- ; .-_■; -W- \.! .:: / > cigars in tin box,worth 60c: Sat ■If V \ $2.50. Special, each ;.9.Mu; %B f^^^^' 5.69 750 9.50 X.98
tionately. the area 1 thus treated,* be it
pond or rain barrel, -is kept free from | the
pest. 'He calls attention to the fact
that, for " washing purposes, the trifling
amount ;of oil . placed upon the surface of ''■
the water in the rain barrel is a help j
rather, r than | a hindrance, the custom *of
some laundresses being to add . a & small '
portion of kerosene to the water before j
washing. ;" - ■+'. - /■' \ J'.~ '■-■■')^£.\ •
:[' The ■ people 'of St. J Anthony ' Park are
looking.forward to a 'summer.of freedom
froni^.torture', \ for. wherever the plan has
been faithfully• followed up. good results
.havn^h«c>n»:renorted. ■.■*•*. . . ..--.. -„
REASON DETHRONED.
Hastings, . Minn., April i9.—Henry Saver.
the young jeweler who recently returned ' from
j El I Paso, Texas, . was taken to the Rochester
asylum yesterday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff
N. J. • SteSens; upon a commitment issued rby
Judge T. P. Morau. His mind became de
ranged :on ■ account: of s despondency.— so
cial" hop given by Hastings lodge, 7 No. 98,
A. O. U." W., ;at Workman • Hall Wednesday,
evening:was largely • attended and proved an
enjoyable -affair.—The steamer Lora came
over from . Stiilwater yesterday, taking - the
barge Twin * Cities to : St: Paul.—Lake } City'
has declined the challenge of '- th«? Hastings
! high schoo 'or a joint debate.—Marriage li
! censes were issued yesterday to William
j Cortes and Miss Johanna Forster of West St.
I Paul and Edmund L. Tender and Miss Jennie
Perron of Eagan.—The funeral of Mrs. Pat
rick Flannery will be held from the Church
of the Guardian Angels on Monday at 10 a.
m., at which a requiem high mass will be
celebrated, the Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald officiat
ing. She was an old and highly esteemed
resident of Hastings.
OWATONNA PASTOR INSTALLED.
Special to The Journal.
Rocaester, Minn., April 19. —Rev L. Ward
Bugham returned last evening from Owa
tonna, where he assisted in the installation
of Rev. J. H. Qmtter as pastor of the Uni
versalist church of that place. Mr. Carter
is from Herkimer, X. V., and a personal
friend of Mr. I^'gham. The installation ser
mon was preached by Rev. Marion Shutter,
D. D., of Minneapolis. The Rochester pastor
delivered the customary charge to the min
ister and the people.—The water in the vicin
ity of Rochester is good for condensed milk.
Such Is the verdict of J. B. RacklifT, whose
themist has been analyzing samples of Olm
eted county water taken from well* of vary
ing depths. Mr. Rackliff is from Denver and
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is here for the purpose of starting a con
densed milk plant.—The Rochester high
school team has accepted a challenge from
the Pillsbury Academy nine and will play a
game of baseball on the Owatonna grounds
next Saturday.—F. P. MeClure of Chicago is
in the city to complete negotiations for the
location of the new opera-house. Work will
be commenced at once.
At a recent sale of Angora goats at
Kansas City good prices were realized.
The little animals were mostly from New
Mexico and brought from $3.15 to $26 »
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