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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1901.
Created and Maintained
THAT THE FOOD IS DIGEST
? ED IS ASLO EQUALLY
We Recommend Vinol as an
WE GUARANTEE THAT VINOL
WILL AID DIGESTION.
"Vinol is the greatest aid to digestion
that we have ever known.
It is because Vinol acts so beneficially
upon the stomach that it accomplishes
so much good.
, Vinol contains the active curative
principles that are found in cod-liver
oil, without any oil or grease.
These medicinal elements act so
favorably upon the stomach, that this
organ obtains for itself the elements
necessary for creating new flesh, muscle
tissue and for making rich red blood.
When the stomach acts easily and
naturally, a desire is created for good
simple food and a good appetite is the
With cod-liver oil as formerly taken
the medicinal elements which it con
tained were too often unable to
counteract the harm that ■was done by
the obnoxious grease that enveloped
them. . .-'■'. A;
Now that in Vinol we have those
same elements separated from the vile
tasting fat, we have a tonic and re
builder that is simply marvelous in its
The following is a letter that will ex
plain itself :
" This is to certify that I have used
six bottles of Vinol, and have found it
of great value as an appetizer and
tonic in general debility. I have re
ceived so much benefit from its use
that I gladly furnish this testimonial
in order that others may be induced to
give it a trial and prove to themselves
its recuperative powers."Mas. Eliz
abeth Feeney, Waterbury, Conn.
We want every one in this place to
know more about our Vinol, how it
cures and what it cures. Certainly
flic grei est tonic and rebuilder we
have ever sold.
We, therefore, cordially Invite any
one interested to call upon us; and
we want all to bear in mind that we
will gladly refund to any one who ii
not satisfied with the action of Vinol
every cent they pay for it.
THE VOEGELI BROS. DRUG CO.,
Prescription Druggists, 2 & 4
Wash. Ay. S. Cor. Hennepin.
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FILIPINOS DONE UP.
. Manila, May Lieutenant John D. L.
Kartmac, 'with sixty-three men of Troop X
of ; the -First cavalry, encountered 250 insur
gents near the village of Balayan, in Batan
gas province, ■_Luzon. The enemy made three
stands and Were easily defeated by the Amer
ican cavalry. There were no American casu
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» would be is -serious a
j 'matter to lovers of I !
H 'high grade chocolates} jj
!J if more could not \
Y\ obtained at the drug- .:
H .gists or dealers. Funks.
\\ are, unconditional// [• ■
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I .refined chocolates made \
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_l_Yfl___ ttL^,^^^^^\ height of frame, color and gear wanted, and we will send you
from Si 1.75 -J* _li___B_r^™ aT_-l_ this Hijk Gi_e 1901 Hodel ir^.lf Blrrtl,, by express C. O. D.. subject
. — • / 4'V___-* ' "__S"" to examination. Tou can examine at your ex-
V. ./-"V-^lS"^*"""*—. press office, and if found perfectly satisfactory,
; ABr^X^^jSrAmi. V- /£rjs^\"' exactly as represented, the Most Wonder
/Sr\ \ \ ///S'-V V /Sr^rXW / .^-^ "tul Value you ever saw or hoard of. equal
\\v/W.^m\ V i -_fr JST__\ 1 \ ///_\ *° Mcy_es__t retail as high as $40.00. Ifyou
/*\S\\u/_^ >: V" Paw' sW\?^\ l///S*\ think you can sell it at «a(« I'roitAaj Day, pay
I/f\sv }_/liaC*^o<—3m t\ WAW f*--^Soi4l *A^-^"wk *&* express agent Oar SpwUl Price, 515.47, less
rt~-^?^y^K^^*j| y A*"^y :I —^atjg, zT W the 97 cents sent with order, or 8 I 4.50 ">d
V^r*^»^si Wt-^^^^\^\_f ei^liil<?Ou*Sp«l«l Bicycle C«Uloa». mailed free
\*_'VA/^T h. V— .r^J -••- l v_X //A \ \ xSTi!/ for the asking; shows all bicycles below all
V—V/f j*/f\ \Vvftif^_—»^ '■ 'TO. //I 1 \ \^ar • other Houses, complete bicycle tor Mi.7B, yet
/I / p\_®r __ •' ■ >Si_?/1,1 YjfiSr Our 1901 Modern Argyle at »15.*7 is by far the
N^*wJJ*S*3^ ■ >Js?*S!3'l^sX gits— bargain ever offered at the price. It
. 7***<___*»2'v - •■• v ..:• A. " Tt*-"^*— *^ is covered by a binding guarantee, strictly
s"_sr» i-b-toiria ______-, catalogue. grade, latest everything. Famous
ftE?"» FOS OtK B-CYCXE CATAtOOTJ"-. B e!den one-piece Hanger, fine equipment.
n«.~T>t»«lPtiMiinatic Tires, high grade' Saddle, Pedals, Handle Bar. Tools and Tooibag. Enameled black or
S_^^c™trhi£d G^ts^mes*. S3. or _ Inch: I-dles' Frame, ».qr«_-h; gents' gsars, ■
ladies'gears. «7 or CAS A -KB £_)THfS"xTEAßfelllngtWsb_TO^_:' •; mmmmmMlm _„
'sT ROBEPTS' SUPPLY HOUSE, 717, 719, 721 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. Minn.
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White Women's Club in Colored
THE ECONOMIC CLUB MAY APPLY
Chicago Club Member. Want to
Study Questions from Negroes'
Point of View.
i Chicago, May S.—The Social., Economics
club,' a | member of the National j Federation
of Women's clubs," has under consideration a
proposal which. If adopted, will reverse the
entire color line question that has been
agitating the women's clubs of tbe country.
A resolution applying for membership in the
National Federation of Colored Women's
clubs was favorably discussed... ...
Dr. Dickinson, president of the Social
Economic club, submitted the proposition
in a resolution making the club an applicant
for admission to the colored women's federa
tion. The club had taken no part in a dis
cussion of the color line, and the resolution
came as a great surprise. The club had just
voted to maintain an open door policy. Dr.
Dickinson had been calling it the "open door"
club and a number of democratic speeches
had been made.
Dr. Dickinson then brought the members
to a test by proposing that the club apply
for membership in the colored women's fed
eration. Several of the women spoke strong
ly in favor of the idea. Others were doubtful
about the wisdom of it and asked that two
weeks be given in which to decide the ques
tion. The resolution was postponed and will
come up two weeks hence.
Dr. Dickinson's Ideas.
"We need the- things- that colored women
have to give us," said Dr. Dickinson in
speaking of her resolution. -"If we are to
study social economics we must look at. things
from their point of view. They can give
us a knowledge of the south and its condi
tions that we can- get nowhere *>lse. It is
true they may not accept us. We should not
hesitate to ask, however. They have asked of
us and have been refused. Our feelings are
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This deliciously pretty, and springlike tol let is a white satin foulard figured in black
and richly trimmed with black and cream lace. - There is a crushed belt of turquoise blue
Bilk. A red and white hat of Neapolitan str aw trimmed with black velvet and red roses
completes this graceful costume. * y.~ A.'.-A.
no more sacred than theirs. We have many
things to-learn of the colored women."
Mrs. Ida Wells Barnett would only say
that she was unable to understand the mean
ing of the proposition. Mrs. Barnett is a
member of the' National Federation of Colored
A"I do not know how colored women will
look/upon the. Idea," she said. '.'lt will be
a surprise to them. The biennial meeting will
be held in Buffalo in August and there will
be an opportunity to make application at that
BEFORE THE PUBLIC; EYE
A program of piano numbers was given last
evening in Johnson hall by the Misses Flor
ence Nordale, Alma Lampe and Mabelle Har
row of Minneapolis and Tlllie Beytien of
Hutchinson, Minn., who have completed the
teachers' .course in the Johnson School of
Music, Oratory and Dramatic Art. Miss Nor
dale gave" selections from Schubert, Rhein
terger and Godard. . Miss Lampe played from
Jensen. Grieg and Hoffman. Miss Darrow's
numbers were chosen from Schumann, Ben
del and Raff, while.Miss Beytien played from
Chopin and Liszt. J The numbers were well
given and showed -careful training and study.
Miss Kenkel and Miss Gillespie assisted in
the program. . - >
An entertainment for the benefit of the
Grant school piano fund will be given in
Hope chapel, Washington and Thirteenth ave
nues N, Tuesday evening. , A pleasing pro
gram is being prepared and will be announced
later. ?'A- '• -A
The Epworth League of Foss church.will
give a musical. and literary entertainment
Friday evening for the benefit of the church.
The Eighth Ward Twentieth Century 1 min
strels will give an entertainment in Century
hall Monday evening. "The organization is
composed" of members of the Eighth Ward
Retail Grocery Clerks' association and in
cludes some excellent talent.
WEDDING BELLS AT ANNANDALE.
Special to The Journal.
Annandale, Minn., May S.—The marriage of
Frank Mooney and Thersile Parent was
solemnized this \ morning. The bride is the
niece and'ward of Father T. C. Plante, the
resident priest: The groom Is -a prosperous
farmer living Rear . Maple -', Lake.—Eugene
Lambert and Stella O'Brien were married yes
terday and will reside on a farm three
miles south of town. '
Does your building require a new roof?
See W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
AGAINST MRS. BAILY
Only a Few Members of the Dcs
Moines Club. '
GOSSIP OF THE IOWA CONVENTION
Mm, Cook'■ Sensation—Her Charges
Regarding luatrnctlou at lowa
In closing the business of the biennial con
vention of the lowa Federation of Women's
clubs, some constitutional changes were
made. As it is now each club of nfty mem
bers Is entitled to two delegates, and one
delegate is allowed for each additional fifty;
hot, however, to exceed seven delegates. ' It
was also voted to allow the president and
corresponding secretary to be chosen from
the same town—this in the interest of eco
Dcs Moines was decided on as the next
place of meeting as the federation will then
celebrate the t.>nth anniversary of its found
ing, which took place in that city. Dcs
Moines was placed in rather an unpleasant
position by the division in its delegation
on the question of the presidency. It is quite
generally believed that tbe opposition to Mrs.
Bally was in reality a very small faction and
if It had not been in the ranks of the club
Of which she is president, It would never have
been noticed, it Is by no means certain
> that the few women known to have opposed
Mrs. Baily represent the sentiments of any
save themselves. Mrs. Baily was told that it
would not be satisfactory to the club for her
to hold both offices and was asked to say
whether she rurposed resigning the presi
dency of the Woman's club. She declined to
; commit herself further than to say that of
the two she preferred the state presidency.
After her election she said she would say
nothing about her relation to the Woman's
club until after her return to Dcs Moines.
The opposition to Mrs. Baily hadn't a trace
of personal enmity in it. Her opponents con
ceded that she' was the logical candidate and
also the ablest woman, but at the same time
were unwilling to spare her to state. They
felt that she could not fill both offices satis
factorily and were unwilling to have her Rive
up the club. Mrs. Baily's attitude through
out the convention was admirable, being en
tirely undisturbed, dignified and apparently
wholly unconscious of the topic which every
one was discussing. She is a woman of most
attractive appearance and winning personal
ity. . a;_-v-
There was but one other decided stir in the
convention and that in the council discussion
on education. After Mrs. W. H. Garst had
finished a strong plea for manual training
in the public schools Mrs. Cook rose, to give
her Ideas In no mild terms of the way the
boys' Industrial school at Eldora is con-,
ducted. While the women of the council held
their breath at the much plain speaking Mrs.
Cook vehemently declared: "?"■"";": ; 'A;
"Right along this" line I want to say that
1 think it is a shame 'hat the boys at the
indusrial school at Eldora are not taught to
do something. A boy spends three or four
years there and all he learns is to be a tramp.
I was appalled when I visited that Institution
to find they shut the children up and do not
teach them to do a thing. It seems to me; if
they need manual training anybere they need
it at Eldora." '
Mrs. Flora Barkley of Boone and Mrs.
Emma Van Vechten of Cedar Rapids 7 took
issue with Mrs. Cook on this paint, both
saying they had visited the school and found
no such conditions existing.' Mrs. Van Vech
ten said that the boys were" taught tailoring
and Mrs. Cook broke in heatedly.
. Mrs. Hamilton _ Stir.
- Mrs. W. W. Hamilton of Cedar Rapids
caused another breeze when she declared it
was the rich -who reaped the benefit of high
schools and that the high school expenses
ought to be cut down and more money put
into the grades below the eighth, where the
children for whom the public . schools were
really established would get the benefit
Mrs. Garst of Coon Rapids was greeted with
warm applause when she said:
"Manual training is the. coming thing in
Education in lowa." ..-.,-A-".-'
Mrs. Blake of Oskaloosa did not .want to
take Mrs. Garst's enthusiasm without a grain
of salt. , .
"Will manual training do away with the
innumerable fads and take us back to that
which is .elemental, or will it only add an
other to that burden of fads which is now
oppressing teacher and pupils?" she asked.
"I do not believe in jumping too soon. The
trouble with the public schools is that they
are too much jammed full of nonsense."
Vlg-oro-s Dissent Front Mrs. Cook's
View of Industrial School.
lowa Falls, lowa, May 7.—The sensational
statements made by Mrs. J. Cook before the
Federation of Women's clubs at Council Bluffs
relative to the Instruction given the ' boys
sent to the lowa industrial school at Eldora
are the rankest kind of mis-statements and
deserve.the strongest kind of refutation. She
evidently speaks from a biased standpoint
for she wholly misrepresents the good work
that is'being done by the state in that in
stitution. In stating that the members of
the school do practically nothing and that
they are taught nothing evcept to become
tramps is hard language and maligns a re
temporary work that is the pride of lowa.
These statements were • made in the, course
of an address in favor.of manual training in
schools for the young. The school at Eldora
is one of lowa's numerous Institutions for the
unfortunates whose environment has warped
their natures, of which the people of lowa
have Just reason to be proud. The education
given these boys fits them mentally ; as well
as physic-lly for the duties' of life' arid each
one is taught some trade that will help him
to make a' man of himself | when his j term at
the school , has expired. ; The speaker. evident
ly spoke from hearsay and not from an opin
MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.
Pillow Cases and Sheets Curtains and Draperies.
Tuesday we began selling the last lot of "Boston,". "Atlantic" We have hosts of friends, but none of them patronize us out \of
and "Pepperell" Sheets and Pillow Cases we shall ever receive charity. They want their moneys .worth here as elsewhere. We
from the A. H. Jackson Co. We had to scramble to get them, and give it to them, and that's just why they are friends,
if you know your own . interests you will now do likewise. These curtains, pretty, serviceable Swiss Tambour ***** *f g|:
prices are attracting the most of attention from those who best goods, at prices ranging A A ft Curtains, $5 vaL for..^Ui /: if
understand what they mean. Enough said.' from $2.98 down to . -WU Draperies, per pair, $39 ffijA
1 _ Brussels Curtains-We have still down t0.......... •*%****
chrctc m _<_] mi i au/ r-Accc a few of those tremendous bargains Less expensive ones <*_>_& J_ A
SHEETS. PLAIN PILLOW CASES. that made such a stir last week. The $5.98, $3.75 and 9 -8. -411
G3x9o Boston Sheets, M WZmm '<- or .'., .. ri .._-_o lowest value is 85.00; CQ QO Rope Portieres.each fl* *& A
57c Each...... *-%*DO 40x36 Atlantic Cases,-J Q3f» the lowest price i 5...... *90i90 $4.50, $2.75 and 3> 1 ■■-f.
nrxrvi-o a' au /' .___ 16c* Each mmme%\M There are 810 values at...-.-..... $5.98 Curtain Swiss and Nets, 73 A
It M ' B9C -1' ,Y,tv-, n • And 815 values at...... $7.98 and 15c values, yard.. 74©
7dc. Each __*»*«F-J-F Also, a lot of Pillow Cases of _ , .. _ _,_ . TT . , . Couch Covers, <•_._"* "TE
-,«> . i- ci. , _-^ 1 1-.1 i.i i ■> i Renaissance Curtains—Useful goods eac v. «c «9 7 e _»__.■/ O
72x90 Atlantic Sheets, Wa A. standard brand to be closed out on account* of their * durability 'and ' * wi Vie„ ?"''-.. -_-
03c; Each......... 4-lfC at the following prices: . . a $3. 75 stSS^^ch" §. . 15 C
81x90 Atlantic Sheets, Eg C** ' am,% oa-'-tk _*_■-■' *'■'' : ' Silkoline, .36 inches wide, best
68c Each "3_l*_l»l_» 4U£ X-b,TUc. Oa Dentelle Arabe Curtains, faithful qualities and latest designs, 73«,
*-*.-*." Each Uv copies of high priced Arabians; just per yard t........ ....:: I4v
PILLOWCASES. as handsome as they, but much cheap- Brass Extension Rods, i^inch"
(0 Qfiß , p _,_-o 42x30,1%. Ql_-_ SfiJ2 e_,| a _rA nnrt *$__*_ fill diameter, 30 to 54 in. exten- 'A
-42x30 Boston Cases, 11^]3f_ Each..... O2C $10,57.50 and <_9_U_^^ sion; 15c rods at %SC
15c.. Each I 1-JV Irish Point Curtains— Our own im- 'Screens, a new lot just in; three
i^.sfi Ts^+«« f«. no _■_•_>_) k,!!(* ioi„ arm,-''- portation of exclusive designs, per fold, full height, with solid-oak
Boston Cases, 1.31 c •g.?^....A Q~ pair, $7.50, $5, CO 7R frames, filled with silko- AA~
17c. Each I^W Each *IFI-» $3.7.5 and <)£ifO line, 81.50 value, each 9lfC
Dress Goods. Vlist ntßtmmmtmmmißt „„„ 4 -*_*,«___ ,*»-,_ | ' ladles'inderwear.
ings, 30 inches wide; an all-wool fL_r_9#_r_f__7#*_Ef UGiMMm dozen of them, the wrappers a > Ladies' ecru and cream ribbed
fabric in latest colorings, not sold at mmrmammmsmrmrmawm mrm aaaw^mm.are. little soiled, but the plates them- Vests, silk trimmed with high neck
this price except by us; *^_^*_ selves in perfect condition. The size is 3^x4^; the regular price *M *K~ and long sleeves; pants to match,
per yard...... %M V is 45c a dozen. : Our price for this lot, 2 dozen for 25c ; per dozen. I«(i knee lengths, reg. price 25c *§ A n
Storm Serge, strictly all wool, in a __________________«______________________^^ .-. • -. ■ per garment; Thursday. _i M9b
-tf^te^^tf"-' — —— ■ ■■' ••••■-'•■ * ' ianr^nniTwSh bb_?gh ES_
yardg..../. P..... P.........39C Goods. Basement. White Goods, ssa-ss sin^o^fflo
Frieze Skirting very heavy; noth- Foulard Lawns, navy, blue, black will soon be here. For a graduating m? o cJ. :ef?"-.Vi?;y--:--'T.*P!r.
ing so serviceable tor a bicycle or and cadet ground with white foulard dress we can offer you the daintiest Ladies fine ribbed cream Combi
rainy day skirt. It is full 56 inches patterns and fine haircord *A- of all materials at a price within the ■ nation. Suits,: low neck, sleeveless,
wide and needs no lining. Colors dimities 15c values sale d . m I|6 reach of all. It is a *™c l^ th ' bu«on down the f™nt;
are mixtures in blue, brown, Oxford v . ' T - ' '*. __^ . - This line we have always sold at
and gray. Toucan buy this quality -Batiste Lawns, 10c quail- ,Tl ffh French Lawn, fine and sheer, 70 50c; Thursday's price, "AC**
in the city at $1 a yard; on A- ties; sale, yard..... •.. &2 « inches wide, worth 75c a AA^ suit.... %*w99
Thursday our price will be Of-8 36-in. Percales, big assortment of yard; our price, : 0n1y..... *_P_f_i- Clannalc -an/! Dl-nkalo
BLACKS-English Brilliantine Stol_%^_S_ n?_r_^ 646 (Limit, 6 yards, enough for one dress.) • rid-I_iCls 9110 DlOßtieiS
and Mohair, 46 inches wide, very c ° J.^.o.saie, yam...... 4 v Wash Organdie (French), 68 in. Striped Outing Flannels,- _£*_
lustrous, will not crack; EA ft On the Bargain Tables. Dei 2 d* 1,!' 50' $1-25, CAa soft and fleecy, per yard ..■©
our 59c quality, at......... OUU .-_?■ h n d ««. * $1, 75 c, 65c and...... _»VO 10-4 Cotton Blankets, tan or^jKrt
Imported Bradford Pierola Cloths. SndS * %C __-_- V Silk Mulls, 48 inches • wide, in gray, per pair, Thursday. .«_"_PU
44 inches wide, in handsome raised French Pioiie' and 45c'f 1 U « cream, white and all fi-fli- . bllk° me Comfortables ' ] extra fine
figures We have usually sold this g^S___^__&loi./3C . colors; per yard »UC i^^^S
beautiful fabric at 81.50 a yard, but Rha dameSkirting, reds sCc\ Silk MuII-42 in. wide, for trim- Le ?>_B4-each Sl-69
we bought a lot at a clean-.-f|J n . Amisilk,2 to syd pea, 35c. ming, ties, etc.; the 37Kca^|A- size .. . __^ _ir
up sale and now offer it at. IOC .^ £ P quality at half price; per yd 1 » MCB^S FUPniShlligS.
___^Sot_^S_f^d? ego2d Wash Goods: a... For dainty White Waists: - Men's Soft Golf Shirts^made of
for summer garments; AA A LOT 1. Retail values 4 A1 A : 36-inch Corded Linens, Kft« . beautifully striped madras, in ox
per yd $1.25, $1 and O«fC up to 25c; per yard I __t2-0 peryard U JP,*s*«_' blood and blue; one pair of link culls,
LOT 2. Retail values «X« ; 32-inch English Corded Madras, ***chtf l We doubt if thek equal
_| A *. A » A r, ' _v*,_ ,^ uptosoc; per yard ....... Z9C all white, .or white with hairline ir fo"f d at less than BOG
I_At _ Oress Shields, light r rnlnrerl srrine4 _"__«_. <dC ' our price ** "•*»
lIUIIUIIa W eight, lined with VLlkd Cl\pA3^C A few Real Per yard P 50C Men's Soft Negligee Shirts, made
nainsook; sizes 2, 3 and 4. A« ■*»^ <*V* v_l I**^ English Mar- ";""«■"■:.' "*" of madras in handsome patterns;
Thursday, per pair..;....... _f_i seilles Satin Cameo Quilts, $2.75 Satin Damasse—A beau-A X*_ collar attached and tie to match;
. _ „ , ... each- sale _f- *s am _-• tifiil satin finished fabric, yd *_»*«_»*_» full sizes and lengths, worth A _
Dress Binding, bias corduroy, 1% each*. 8"! 6. .....$1.85 ? A beautiful line of AC _. all of 69c^ but sold at .„.. .5110
inches wide, J black only; well eacn (Limit, one a customer.) Piques, at, per yard _SSSC Men's Soft shirts made of Garner's
worth 7c ; a yard. - Jj^ (Limit, one a customer.) Piques, at, per yard __t*_***"_f Percale, with laundered collars and
worcn to, a yara. __LO _^____ Percale, with laundered collars and
Thursday -_■*«# ~~~~~~~~~~~ — — ■ , ~ cuffs attached; the colors A^
Hooks and Eyes, black Or White, aaaaa^aaaaammmmmmm^^mmmmmaaaaaaaaamsmmmmmmmmmmmaaaaamaa^aaaaaaaaam^maaamaa^am are warranted fast. Each SvC
-:;5r?55....2c Waists, Suits and Skirts LaceDepi.
_ _ . „ M , ■- -■?1-a","-'«. , ] ' " - " Ladies' Linen Collars, newest
IOVLPK Bath Room and Lake - , . shapes; prices 15c each, o____
iviivio Towels. Waist Department. Ladles' Walking Suits. 2 f0v.........:......:....,.et1&0
18x34 Honeycomb Towels, ea..2J_C White Lawn Waists, with hem- One lot in light gray homespun Ladies embroidered Turn-over
.8,36 Cotton Hue, Towel, each. B o SSZ n^SSi _---_s_l__i,f 1| © *S^ Js°
17x34 Unbleached Double .Thread 31.25 waists. Thursday, AO__ regular 512.50 suits, each .. **H ■ V Ladies Pique Stock, ORa
Bath Towels, 10c ones, |»1 A eaCh ...000 Black Taffeta Dress Skirts. ea£?.***-*T-- -* * * •__*' _tr_T
sale each O4 © Black Taffeta Dress Skirts. 27-inch Linen Ba- (*k*m AC
'■•;. " "•"" Sailor Waists, made of percale, LOT 1. Plain or trimmed with tiste Tucking, yard. .^ livu
22x44 Heavy - Unbleached Bath fancy stripes in light blue and red, flarine flounce, lined with percaline. On Bargain Table
Towels, 18c ones, sale, or plain pink and cadet blue, with Regular _-"pS2a°.s9.oß V Laces and Insertions Bolt
each .........:..... m _Si2U front 0 f white pique; tie to match an |Bls, sale price...Sfr»f b«_»«» of 12 yard? insertions-iJolt
24x50 Bleached Bath Towels, al- and bishop sleeve. £I_so LOT 2. Unlined, made with the Reg. price 29c 35c 39c 50c 65c
ways 25c. This A^ &cti m* **•* *" latest flaring flounce and handsome- Spec.price 19c 25c 29c 390 49c
sale, each ■ "_r*_t White Lawn Waists, special values ly trimmed with 3 rows of silk ruch- Point de Paris Laces Insertions
The 35c and4oc quality of Bath at $3, $2.50, $2 CI.7R ail'-S^nKp 8 Si 2.50 and Bandings, in new patterns, with
Towels, some are slightly 9Rn \^. : ........?..r....*9M.i0 818.50, eale price., -m* I a H- o verß to match; (-A
soiled; choice, each __•_!-» i price, yard, 8c t0... "M> __• ■O Up
ion formed after an Investigation of this In
stitution. ]i :.'■>.
What Will Happen at the "I" Com
' The official program of commencement
week at the university follows:
. Sunday, June 2, 3 p. m.—Baccalaureate
service, the armory. Address by Rev. Leav-
Itt H. Hallock, D. D., pastor of Plymouth
Monday, June 3 2 p. m.—The class play at
the Lyceum theater. "'?'??
Tuesday, June 4, 10 a. m.—Meeting of the
board of regents In the office of the president
of the university: 8 p. m., senior promenade
at the armory; admission by ticket.
: Wednesday, June 5, 10 a. m.—Meeting of the
board of regents in the office of the president
of the university; 3 p. m., meeting of the
alumni of all departments ln the Chapel;
8 p. m., Sigma Xi address, by George E.
Hale, director of the Yerkes observatory. Uni
versity of Chicago: subject, '.'Stellar Evolu
tion in the Light of Recent Research," illus
trated by lantern slides. '■',?
Thursday,' June 6, Commencement Day, 9:30
o'clock a. m.—The regents, faculty, alumni
s>nd students form for procession in front of
the library building; Hi a. m., address and
graduating exercises In the armory, address
by Andrew S. Draper, LL. D., president of
the University of Illinois; 1 p. m., alumni
dinner in armory, tickets , $1..-.. -.
Engagement of Miss Maud Taylor? to
Louis W. Hill Announced.
Minneapolis people will be .interested, in
the report of the engagement of Miss Maud
Taylor, second daughter of Cortland M. Tay
lor of New York, and Louis W. Hill, second
son of James J. Hill of St, Paul._ The. Tay
lors formerly resided in St. Paul and returned
to New York about a year ago. Miss Taylor
is about 23 years old, tall, blonde and beauti
ful. She was for a time a hospital nurse in
New York. She is very fond of golf, and
gossip says that the courtship began on the
links of the Town and Country club. Mr.
Hill is president of "the Eastern Railway com
pany of Minnesota and is prominent In St.
Paul society "and business circles. < He is now
in New York. Miss .Taylor's eldest sister
also married a son. of a railway president,
Walter Oakes, son of Thomas F. Oakes of
the. Northern Pacific railway.
'* They . make one feel as though life '. was
worth living. , Take one of Carter's Little
Liver Pills after eating; ?it will relieve
dyspepsia, aid digestion, give tone and
vigor to the system.
Some Big- Engines.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. now
uses the finest type of passenger locomo
tive on its through trains to Omaha, Dcs
Moines, St: Louis and Chicago. » ' - ,
■■ ■ _■• B"B_I_^ ■,■■■ .. .. ■ 'As the fishing season again approaches, the question again pre-
A -_6*tl -101 lI" lSn6Plll6lß 2 sents itself to those who delight in the Art of Angling, where to
get good tackle To enable the fisherman to solve this problem we are prepared to say that we are selling the
finest and most complete line of Fishing Tackle to be seen in the city at wholesale prices, and can assure our
. natrons, and convince them of the fact, to make it an object and saving for them, to call »ad see us before pur
chasing/elsewhere. Jointed Wood and Cane Rod*. | Oct 61.80; split Bamboo Rods. Bait or Fly, BQc tp
6 16.00;Uancewood Rods, Bait or Fly. « 1.20 to $4.50: «*«„' steel Rods. »3.75 to 66.00; * yardsXrald-
IVsiUtCuie. 26o_H*_ 81li*orTront ',.,0 to 620.00. „« carry a, complete line of" tEe famous Ken
tucky and ••Julius Vom Hope" Reels In all sites, and also a full stock of the welt known and celebrated Wm.
___* Sons Waterproof and Dressed Silk Lines, besides a full assortment of Minnow Palls, Bait Boxen, "Tackle
Boxes. Landing Nets. Skinner Spoons and other makes. Send » cents for a Fishing Tackle price list and we will
send you a large one containing prices of Fishing Tackle. Baseball Goods, Guns and Tennis Suits, and hundreds
of other article* that'you will hare great use for. Let us hear from you at once. These catalogues are mailed to
those 11 vine outside the City. Those living In the City will be served at our counters, If they will call, at prices
__t will do them good. T. M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE, Minneapolis, Minn.
NEWS IN HOTELS
President O, C. Searles of the Northwestern
Retail Lumbermen's Association is In tho
city attending, an executive session of the
board of directors. The members of the
board are considering some minor matters in
connection with the affairs of the association.
The Northwestern association is one of the
most prosperous and successful of the various
trade organizations and is adding to It mem
bership. lowa is contributing a good per
centage to the increase. Maynard [ Crane of
Cooperstown, N. D., A. T. Frudden of Du
buque and John Foley of New Hampton,
lowa, are the other members of the board
The arrival of over 100 sample trunks at
the West Hotel in one bunch last night was
evidence • enough that the raid for fall busi
ness is on In earnest. Trainmen, hotel men,
and the transfer . companies say that the
amount .of sample baggage arriving in Min
neapolis la much larger than during the same,
season of last year or any previous year.
April was a very satisfactory month for
Minneapolis hotels, and May promises to pro
duce the best May's business in the history
of Minneapolis. While the merchants' excur
sions have been' discontinued until fall, the
number of buyers from various sections of
the northwest who register at Minneapolis
hotels continues large. Spring trade in many
parts of the country. was an agreeable sur
prise to the merchants, many of whom have
been forced to make _ second trip to market
to replenish stocks. The number, of land
seekers traveling through this city, to the
northwest In April was large, and helped
swell the receipts at the hotels. May will
not sea such a large business from this
source,? but' the Increase in the number of
traveling men arriving here will more than
offset it. With' a good crop in the wheat
country, the land . buyer will be a very nu
merous quantity from Sept. 1 until late in
the fall. ?.?*".!
J. F. Leighton of St. Louis, prominent in
Going to Carlsbad
Isn't necessary now. Carlsbad is
coming to you. At least, the health
giving part of it is. You get every
curative quality that has made the
place famous for hundreds of years,
in the Carlsbad Sprudcl Water and
Salt. That is, if you get the gen
A Beware of the so-called "im
proved" or "artificial" salts
offered in the market. The genuine
has the signature of "Eisner & Men
delson Co., Sole Agents, New
York," on every package. Write
for pamphlet. ?.'?.'•
insurance circles In that city and.well known
throughout the west, is at the West. Mr.
Leightou does not believe that the parole or
the . pardon of the Younger brothers ..- will
strike a responsive' chord ' among Missouri
people. He said:
"Missouri is one of the best states in the
union, but the growth and -development of
the interior counties was hampered much by
conditions growing out of. the war. . I believe"
that Missouri was handicapped more in that
regard than any other state in the south.
The roving bands of guerillas who carried on
their own little war against society injured
the state in many ways. The Youngers be
longed to this class, and while there may be
some people in their old localities who would
like to see them pardoned, I believe that the
people of Missouri as a whole would not
"The day is not far distant when the state
Broadway, sth Aye. and 27th Street, NEW YORK.
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Aln the center of the shopping district.
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A Modern First-Class Hotel. : Complete in all its appointments. Furnish
ings and decorations entirely new throughout." Accommodations for 500 guests;
150 suites with baths. ;* Hot and cold water and telephone in every room.
Cuisine unexcelled, a"•?"-";;'■'. "~ ':'? __ a.' : :?' A v
,$ ...BEO- W. SWEENEY, Prop.
of Missouri is to enjoy a big boom. The en
terprise of her big cities will bring eastern
immigration to us in a few years. St. Louis
and Kansas City are doing much to over
come any prejudice that may exist against
Missouri in the northern and eastern mind.
In that, particular ..they are fighting the bat
tles of the whole 'state. The big fair at St.
Louis will be an educator and a friend-maker
for Missouri and the; entire southwest." ':
AUTOING TO CHICAGO.
New York, May B.—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
£haw will start this morning from the Im
perial-hotel in an automobile bound for Chi
cago. With them will be Edmund Sire of this
city. . Barring breakdowns and accidents, the
automobile is expected to draw up in front
of the Shaw residence in Ashland boulevard,
Chicago, in ten days. '■:,.'