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DOLUIH OYER ANOKA
First of the State High School De-
- bates in the Eighth Congress
Zenith City Boys Accorded the De
cision by Vote of Two
Judges to One.
Special to The Journal.
Duluth. Minn., Jan. 24.Two votes for
Duluth and one for Anoka was the de
cision of the judges Jast evening in the
high school assembly hall. This victory
givers the Duluth men the leadership of
the high school Debating league in the
, eighth congressional district.
The work of the Duluth men improved
nil the way through the contest. Their
argument was consistent, clear and con
cise with fewer attempts at oratory than
'the visitors and their work was much
The judges were J. Adam Bede. con
gressman-elect from this district C. W.
.**. Hyde, editor School Education at Min
neapolis, and Judgre Frank Wilson of
Stillwater. Superintendent Denfekl of the
Duluth schools presided.
Duluth had the affirmative side of the
question: ^'Resolved. That United States
snators should be elected by direct vote
of the people." Stanley Strand opened
the argument for Duluth. He contended
that the merging of state and national is
sues under the present system of elec
tion was bad for the people, fostering
deadlocks and depriving states of .their
rightful representation in the senate and
making corruption easy.
John P. Stuart, who replied for Anoka,
declared that sudden and ill advised
changes in what had already proved to be
good things was one of the evil habits of
republican government. The senate had
always been made up of the best political
talent in the country, and in that way no
improvement could be hoped for. He
pointed to the names of Illustrious men
who have been in the senate, saying that
It was the best upper house in the world.
A change to direct election by the peo-
, pin would make the senate, now conserva
tive and a check on hasty legislation, as
subservient to the people as the house at
present. Senators would be playing to the
Albert Evans and Joseph Harrison
talked for the affirmative, expanding upon
the points set forth by the leader. Strand.
John B. Coleman and Guy E. Clutter
responded for Anoka. The visitors were
rather weak on rebuttal while the Duluth
boys were even better in that department
than (hey were in the original argument.
During his turn a.t rebuttal Albert Evans
of the Duluth team read a letter from
ovemer Van Sant, expressing his favor
toward the affirmative side of the ques
tion. As the Anoka men had been using
Van Sant for their own purposes during
the argument, this proved rather effective.
While the Duluth men won, they did not
have an easy time of it. as the one vote
for Anoka shows. The visiting debaters,
though disappointed in the result, said
they were perfectly satisfied with the
decision of the judges.
THE ACRE DISPUTE
Brazil and Bolivia at Swords Points
New York. Jan. 24.The tension of re
lations between Brazil and Bolivia be
cause of the Acre dispute is increasing
daily according to the Herald's Rio de country, but a most delightful place both
Janeiro correspondent and it is believed
here that a break is unavoidable. News
of the departure of the Acre expedition
from Da Paz, Bolivia, has caused great
The government, has resolved to send
military and.naval forces not only to the
Amazon, but also to the province of Mat
to Grbsso on the southern frontier of Bo
livia. T.he cruisers Mariscal Deodoro and
the Tupi. and several smaller vessels have
received orders to go to Manaos, to which
will also be sent a. military division under
the command of General Caesar Sam
The government believes the United
States will remain neutral in the Acre
They Are Thus Protected From Tu
Philadelphia, Jan. 24.Dr. Leonard
Pearson, dean of the veterinary depart
ment of the University of Pennsylvania,
announces that experiments covering a
period of more than two years have
proved conclusively that cattle may be
rendered Immune from tuberculosis by
The experiments, Dr. Pearson stated,
were conducted by Dr. S. H. Gilliland and
himself. The vaccination consisted of in
jecting into the vein of the animal a
email quantity of a suspension of tubercle
bacilli non-virulent for cattle. This pro
cedure was repeated several times with
gradually ascending quantities. The im
mediate effect was to produce a passing
fever following each injection, which did
not. seriously annoy the animal. After
this, tests showed him to be Immune.
NOT DUE TO CLIMATE.
Catarrh Is Found Everywhere.
Catarrh is at home anywhere and every
where. While more common in cold.
changeable climates, it is by no means
confined to them, but is prevalent in every
state and territory in the union.
The common definition of catarrh is a
chronic cold in the head, which, if long
neglected, often destroys the sense of
smell and hearing but there are many
other forms of the disease, even more ob
stinate and dangerous.
Catarrh of the throat and bronchial
tubes as well as catarrh of the stomach
and liver, are almost as common as nasal
catarrh and generally more difficult to
Catarrh is undoubtedly a blood disease
and can only be successfully eradicated
by an internal treatment. Sprays, washes
and powders are useless as far as reach
ing the real seat of the disease is con
Dr. Mclverney advises catarrh sufferers
to use a new preparation, sold by drug
gists, called Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, be
cause actual analysis has shown these tab
lets to contain certain antiseptic quali
ties of the highest value and being an
internal remedy, pleasant to the taste,
convenient and harmless, can be used as
freely as required, as well for children as
An attorney and public speaker, who had
been a catarrh sufferer for years, says:
. "Every fall I would catch a cold which
would settle in my head and throat and
hang on all winter long and every winter
it seemed to get a little worse. I was
continually clearing my throat and my voice
became effected to such an extent as to
interfere with my public speaking.
"I tried troches and cheap cough cures
and sometimes got relief, but only for a
short time, until this winter, when I
learned of the new.catarrh cure. Stuart's
Catarrh Tablets, through a newspaper ad
vertisement. Two fifty-cent boxes which
I bought at my druggist's cleared my head
and throat in fine shape, and to guard
against a return of my old trouble I keep
a box of the tablets on hand, and when
ever I catch a little cold I take a tablet
'or two and ward off any serious develop-
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets deserve to
bead the list as a household remedy, to
check and break up coughs and colds, be
cause, unlike many other catarrh and
- cough cures, these tablets contain no
opiate, cocaine or any injurious drug.
ANSON A. GARD'S HOBBY
Spurred by the Loss of Wager, He's
Getting School Children In
terested in Canada.
Special to The Journal.
New York, Jain.24.Anson A. Gard, the
author, better known as "The Wander
ing Yankee.*', last spring made a tour
through some of the eastern cities and
small towns of the United States on the
novel mission of asking fifty questions on
the history and geography of Canada, the
result of a wager made in Montrealhis
present residenceon the relative knowl
edge of the school children of the United
States and Canada, he contending that
the children of this country know more of
Canada than the young Canadians knew
of the United States. He formulated the
fifty questions on his own country and
put them to Canadian schools. He then
came to the United States with the fifty
questions on Canada formulated by the
Canadian, and visited schools in New
York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Washing
ton and a number of country schools.
The result -was that Mr. Gard lost the
wager, the Canadian children being able
to answer practically all of his ques
tions, while the American boys and girls
knew from twenty of the fifty (Philadel
phia), to forty-one of the fifty (Balti
more. Md.. and Montclair, N. J.).
Mr. Gard being the kind of Yankee who
turns a failure into a success, next of
ferred prizesv at some ^of the schools for
the best letters on Canada, and has since
received many letters filled with such well
expressed information about Canada, that
he now offers to wager another dinner
with his Canadian friend or anyone else
who will take it. that these letters can
not be equalled by the Canadian school
children on their own country. So far
the wager has not been accepted. The
letters referred to showed a vast amount
of research by the children who. at the
examination, knew but little of our neigh
bor to the north, and Mr. Gard is very
proud of his young countrymen and wo
When asked why our American children
knew so little of Canada Mr. Gard said:
"School children seldom know more than
their teachers, and the teachers in our
American schools are so loyal to their
own country that they feel that they have
done their whole duty when they teach
America. I might have given a better
reason by saying that they know but lit
tle outside of ourown country, but then
1 won't say this, however true it is."
At one of the New York schools where,
a few days since, Mr. Gard was present
ing prizes for excellent letters on Canada
in speaking of Canadian weather said:
"Children, some of you think, with the
grown people, that Canada is very, very
cold. I thought so myself until I went
there, but I must tell you that I have
been more chilled during the past week
in New York than I have been in Canada
during two winters. The thermometer
gets lower in Canada than here, but the
air is so dry that one does not feel the
cold. I wonder if the little girl is here
to-day who wrote me this letter: 'The
children of Quebec have a very delightful
time. It is so nice to go out of a summer
afternoon to Dominion Square (this
square is in Montreal) and see the beau
tiful ice palaceas the sun glistens its
sides, making it look like myriads of dia
monds.. Children you may laugh, but
many a grown up person thinks of Can
ada and the north pole as very closely re
lated. Why, when I went to Quebec two
summers ago, I took my heavy winter
clothing, only to fthd the thermometer
simmering around 90 In the shade. It is
not at all what you think it is, a barren
in winter and summer, and I want you to
know about, it."
Mr. Gard's tour among the schools
promises more than he had hoped for.
Only recently the editor of one of the
great daily newspapers of "London, the
Chronicle, wrote to ask If he would ar
range a large number of questions, on
both Canada and the United States, to be
put before the school children of England.
That country will be much his debtor if he
can drill into the people as well as the
children the fact that New Orleans is not
a suberb of San Francisco or that Chi
cago is not just across the river from St.
Mr. Gard is an Ohio man. and was a
real estata dealer before he became a
writer. CRUEL TO THE CHILDREN
Dr. Hirsoh Says the Sunday School
Book Is an Insult to In
Chicago. Jan. 24.Fervid denunciations
of Sunday school books marked the ad
dress delivered by Dr. E. G. Htrsch last
night in Temple Israel. His subject was:
"What Shall Children Read?" and in the
course of his address he said that most
of this church literature for children
should be labeled as poison. After telling
of the Importance of good reading for
children, Dr. Hirsch, in referring to Sun
day school stories, said:
"There is not a single note in this trash
that rings true to the life or character
of the child. In these books all sorts of
impossibilities are calmly assumed, and
God is dragged into them in the role of a
brutal and bungling policeman. There are
no words in the Anglo-Saxon tongue that
would adequately characterize their stu
"The Sunday school books are worse
than any dime novel. Their theology Is
damnable and thir morality is below the
freezing point. Even if they were not
liable to these objections they should be
condemned for their literary style, for
they contain so much bad grammar and
baby talk that they area cruel infliction
on the child."
ONE CENT A WORD
Marconi Predicts That This Will Yet
Be the Rate.
New York. Jan. 24.Slgnor Marconi, in'
reply to a query regarding hte rate to
be charged for wireless messages said:
"You know the cable companies started
at $6 a word, and now they have come
down to 25 cents a word. In the usual
course of events it Is quite probable that
we, beginning at 10 cents per word, will
be able eventually to transmit messages
across the Atlantic at a one-cent rate."
Within a short time wireless telegraph
stations will be erected at Newport and
various points along the north shore of
Long Island, primarily for the use of
yachts, which at an expense of less than
$200 each, can be equipped with sending
and receiving apparatus capable of serv
ice for twenty to thirty miles.
HILLS TO INVITE HIM
Mining Men of Lead and Deadwood
Would Entertain the President. "\
Special to The Journal.'
Deadwood, S. D., Jan. 24^The Black
Hills Mining Men's association will ex
tend an invitation to President Roosevelt
to visit Deadwood and be the guest of the
association during the session of the
American Mining congress, to be held at
Deadwood and Lead In September. It is
the intention to prepare something unique
in the way of an invitation. In 1901 the
Black Hills Pioneers invited President Mc
Kinley to attend their reunion and car
nival, sending the invitation, engraved on
a solid gold tablet, by special messenger.
It is understood the executive board of
the mining congress will invite the presi
dent to attend its session. ,**
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Is your liver doing its work properly?
If you have vomiting, nausea, furred
tongue, constipation or disordered vision,
there is a weak spot in connection with
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Is the network of muscular fibers of
the stomach in a healthy condition, or are
the nerves weak irritated or inflamed?
Is the digestion poor? Have you dyspep
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Any of these troubles are forerunners of
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A MINE OFFERED THE CITY
Chicago Is Now Considering the
Project of a Municipal
Chicago, Jan. 24.An offer to purchase
a coal mine at a bargain-counter price
was made to Mayor Harrison to-day by
James K. Smith, an owner of coal and oil
properties. The bargain was offered the
mayor for purely charitable purposesto
relieve the poor.
Mr. Smith declares that this is a rare
opportunity to secure cheap coal. The
machinery and other improvements in the
mine were installed at a cost of $45,000.
The mine, which is now in full operation,
is turning out 200 to 300 tons of the best
block coal per day. The property is in
Williamson county, in the southern part
of Illinois, and comprise seventy-flye acres
of rich coal fields.
"The city has no right to own and
operate a coal mine," declared Mayor Hra
rison "no more right to do this under its
present charter than It has to own and
operate the street car lines - However, In
an emergency like the present one, it
might be legal for the city to operate such
a mine for charitable purposes. T do not
think, however, that the city would care
to take up the management of a mine."
A Cold Day for Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Jan. 24.The steam coal
situation In this city is worse than- It has
been at any time this winter and there
is a probability that many of the factories
will have to shut down Indefinitely unless
relief comes before Monday. The Home
Heating company, which supplies hot
water heat to a large section of the city,
has only enough coal to last till to-mor
row and has no prospect of getting any
more. The Indianapolis Light and Power
company and many other large concerns
are In the same situation and no coal is
INTO THEIR HOMES
Temperance Union Women of Tacoma
Begin a New Crusade Against the
Special to The Journal.
Tacoma, Wash.. Jan. 24.The Woman's
Christian Temperance Union has begun a
crusade against the social evil along new
ideas. Instead of persecuting the young
women and driving them from the city,
prominent members of the union will take
them into their homes on promises of
reform. "IFIT FO R If 0 1"
Tie Doctor's Verfllct ani
Mr, firalam Disregard It.
"The doctor said I was not fit for work
and that If I wanted to live I would have
to give up business," said F. J. Graham
of No. 125 Jefferson street, Peoria, 111.
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numbness sometimes came over me and
I could not move. With it all were agon
izing headaches and a pain in the region
of my spine. I look back.on it now and
worthier how I retained my reason through
that.long and trying ordeal. There wera
months and months when I got no natural
sleep and my nervous system was a wreck
from pain and the opiates which I had
been obliged to take.
"One day I, read the: statement of a
man who had been cured of a case like
mine by Dr. Williams''Pink'.Pills for Pale
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL.
End of the Clearing Sale
The last day of the clearing sale, Wednesday, is in sight. But Monday will be the
greatest day so far for the number of stocks that participate., Every day this week
brought its new| departments teeming with bargains. The prices announced all hold
good. Beside* the stocks that tell their stories below, Monday will have sales in:
Silks, Dress Goods, Trimmings, Linings, Laces, Notions, Yarns, Art Needlework, Infants* Wear,
Womin's and Misses' Suits, Furs, Women's and Children's Coats, Dress and Walking Skirts, Dress-
ing Sacques and Wrappers, Blankets and Comforters, Women's, Men's and Children's Kid and Wool
Gloves, Rugs, Muslin Underwear, Shoes, Millinery, Women's, Men's and Children's Underwear, Men's
Furnishings, Basement Dry Goods, Housefurnishings, Petticoats, Linen Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
Women's, Men's and Children's Stockings, Leather Goods, Jewelry, Drug Sundries.
"ft. & G." corsets, deep hip, straight
front, full gored, low bust made of
fine coutil or batiste, white and
drab, $2 kind, this
Thomson's of glove-fitting Corsets,
Jardlnlerom We promise you
as fine a line as you want to see,
fully up to the good stocks in
Chicago and New York, better than
any shown in the two cities Monday
you may have a flat discount of 2 5
per cent ff.
B5T*A!I Corsets Reduced for This Day's Selling,
Clearing Sale of China and Glassware
The best advice we can give you is: Replenish, replenish, replenish. We do not know when the prices will be as
low again as these, especially for dependable goods. 1,000 dozen Plain Tumblers at 25o a doxon.
Both Phones 1185m Goodfeilow Dry Goods Go.9 Mow at Seventh and NleIBef*
Jan. 28 to
on all railroads.
Corsets and G or set Waists
THE CHILDREN ENJOY
The new "M" waists for children, with hose
supporter attachment, sizes 3 to Of*
12 years regularly 25c.
Bustles, white, drab, .pink and
blue values to 75c..'.
Jackson Corset Waists, white, drab, black or
snow flake regularly $1.25.
Clearing price , .
L. C. La Persephone Corset, black
and white were 83. Clearing price.
Bust Supporters of sateen, trimmed with
lace, button front, regularly
Corsage bows of silk, white, pink
and blue, 75c qualities
"P. D." Corsets, values to $6.00 50c
Life out of dpors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy-
ment which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the
greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their
happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is
given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs
on which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction, because its
component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from
every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents,
well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,
because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is
Syrup of Figsand for the same reason it is the only laxative
be used by fathers and mothers.
Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and
naturally without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the
system effectually, without producing that constipated habit which results
from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against
which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them
grow to. manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, do not give
them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs
assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and
gentleSyrup of Figs.
lis quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the
laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but
also io our original method of manufacture and as you value the health of
the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous deal-
ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. ' The genuine article may be
bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle. Please
to remember, the full name of the Company
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.is printed on
the front of every pack
age. In order to get its
beneficial effects it is al
ways necessary to buy
the genuine only..
Jugs, regularly. 25c, 10c.
Glass Vinegar and Oil Bottles, regv
ularly 25c, 10c.
Glass Vases, regularly 25c, 10c !
Lamps100 handsomely decorat
ed Lamps, your choice at J^-Price.
B^-ALL GLASSWARE AND CHINA REDUCED FOR THIS DAY'S SELLING.
All prices previously announced
hold good throughout the sale or
until goods are sold.
GE. D. BAYTN. J. B. MOSHER. f 6EO. LOUMM.
SMr Leader* of the Northwest. Now at Seventh & NlmoNot
"B. & G."
full gored, low bust short hip,made
of silk clasp, white
Kabo Corsets white, gray or black,
THE DAYLIGHT STRE.
JANUARY 24, 1903.
Bowls, regularly 25c, 15c.
" i V ^ 'MiM^^m,'4^^^wd#frrt
Our entire stock of fleeced wrapper
cloth and Panne Velour, that sold
for 12^c and 15c clearing "Tig*
sale price..: I2U
Scotch flannel, in attractive collec
tion of styles in stripes and neat
1 checks, for shirt waists and chil
dren's dresses, 30c values, |Q
clearing price I 5F15
Domet Fiannel in cream, regular valoe 7c a yard, clearing sale
Cambric Edges,Insertings and Bead
ings, as wide as 3 inches, E? **
to 10c a yard, at *FI #
Cambric Edges and Insertings, a
handsome gathering edges 4J^-in.
wide, insertings and bands up to
5 inches wide, worth as high as
20c a yard, special for 4 4
this sale, yd
Decorated cups and saucers, regu
larly 75c, 39c.
Decorated cups and saucers, reg
ularly $1, 69c.
Decorated cups and saucers, reg
ularly $1.25, 75c.
Decorated chamber sets, 10 pieces
Regularly 84.00, $2.60.
Regularly $5.50, $3.50.
. Regularly $7.50, $4.50.
Glass Cake Plates, regul'rly 25c, 1 0c .
Glass Sauce Dishes, reg.$l doz. 50c.
Fanoy Ghana ~Decorated China
Bread and Butter Plates, regularly
Gtearing Sale of Flannels
JB^~ AH Flannels Reduced for Tills Day's Selling.
Gtearing Sale of Embroideries
Egg-AllJEmbroideries Reduced for this Day's Selling.
It la oar taten-
OB to have ear
aarertitemtnti absolutely cor-
rect, and we will
glaalr pay %\' to
the flrit person
who reporta In
ereoa. to onr
and every mla*
Ihirtlngs, twilled, one case, wool
finish, the right goods for ooys'
waists and men's shirts, Qa
regularly 18c a yard v v
Eiderdown, only three shades, old
gold, navy blue and heliotrope, reg
ularly 65c a yard, clearing *T4 gfr
sale price dfieXPC
Cam brio edges and insertings up to
four inches wide, kinds in this f%*%
collection worth 18c a yard . . v u
Cambric edges, flouncings and in
sertings up to nine inches J i j
wide, worth to 25c a yard.. 1 nrw
Nainsook edges and flouncings up to
10 inches wide, fine qualities with
insertings to match sold |A^
as high as 35c a yard
Decorated 15c, 10c .
All decorated plates, regularly 10c,
5c. All decorated after-dinner cups and
saucers, regularly 25c, 15c.
All Decorated China Cups and
Saucers, regularly 50c, 25c.
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