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*4W&*k ' - ^ - ."*. MONDAY EVENING,*'' ',',:. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. -'. MAliCH 30, 1903. ^''T' - *'-\ - '^'V
jWyandot Miner Killed and Another
y ''' Injiijjld in an Explosion -
Special tp The Journal.
Hougrhton. Mich.. March 30.Abram
Iiekasso was fatally Injured and Joseph
Drazlsch severely hurt about the head in
an accidental explosion of a dynamite
charge while blasting in the Wyandot
mine on the South range. Lekasso died
four hours after. Drazlsch was brought
to a hospital in Hancock.
I.ekasso tamped the chargre too hard,
and when cautioinetl ry XrazlseY said lie
knew what he was doing. It was the
first fatal accident in the mine.
Isaac Hill, age and residence unknown,
was run over near Sldnaw and so se\ere
ly Injured that he may not live. He was
I^-ing on the trails, and an engine and
three cars passed over his body before
the train could bp stopped. He was
taken to St. Mary's hospital at Mar
quette. He is apparently a laborer and
Is unable to speak English.
TOLD IN A LINE
ChicagoDowle has come out for Graeme
Stewart (rep.) for mayor.
Powagtac, Mich..Tnraes Bono, a real estate
dealer, was burned to death while trying to put
out a Are.
New lorkImmigrant arrivals at Ellis island
Tp^terrtay broke all rerwds for Sunday. There
Pottsvllle. Pa.fteortre Ploppert has lived
two years vtltli a bro'fen neck and a fractured
eplne -without knovrlnsr it.
MilwaukeeRumor hag It that ConRrestman
Babcock desires to be the next chairman of the
republican national committee.
Thomas, Okla.Tr John P. Wod of Coffey
Tille. Kan., the oldest physician in the United
State*, died here aged lol years.
Charleston, W. Va.An alleged plot by the
miners to dynamite a mine of W. P. Bend while
it Is filled with men has been discovered.
Mazatlan, Mvs.Ther are only eight plague
patients in the lazaretto and their condition is
sa tlnfactory. The serum 1B working well.
Pitta')UTRWUUam IJ. Hartley shot and in
ttantly killed Ernest O. Johnston. Hartley said:
"I killed Johnston because he deserved it."
PhiladelphiaWilliam V. McKcan. who for
nearly thirty years was editor-in-chief of the
Tublic Ledger, is dead nt the age of S3 years.
Lexington, Ky.The fumes of formaldehyde
were used by the police to dislodge six fugi
tives from a house In which they were barri
Ashland. Pa.The employes of the Schuylkill
Trartlon & Lakeside railway have been notified
tUat their wages will t Increased 10 cents a day
from April 13.
Hanover. N. H.~Robert M. Baker of Wor
cester, Mass., and John B. Kenerson of Roxbury.
Mass., freshmen at Dartmouth, were drowned
while canoeing. '
ChicagoH. H. Gibson, associate editor of
Rnnd & McNally's school book department, mys
teriously disapepared from his home in Evans
ton last Thursday.
LOUISTIUGR. K. Larchide of the track team
of the University of Indiana, was accidentally
struck In the head and killed with a twelve
pound hammer here.
Williams Bay, Wis.From an examination
here of the spectrum of the new star discovered
at Oxford it is evident that it is a genuine
member of the stellar system.
Bluefleld, W. Va.Harvey Williams, the' ne
gro who assaulted a 18-year-old girl, narrowly es
caped lynching. The mob tore the jail to pieces
but the prisoner bad been spirited away.
PittsburgDelegates of the western branch of
the German-American Alliance of Pennsylvania
passed resolutions criticising Admiral Dewey for
Sis reported recent interview in regard to the
SeattleA special from Skaguay Bays that
Lieutenant Charles Faulkner has been arrested
on charges of financial irregularities. He Is a
eon of Former United States Senator Faulkner of
ChicagoWireless messages have been sent
without difficulty betwen the Armour down-town
offices and the packing-house at the stockyards.
The plant will be extended to the Armour houses
through the west.
ChicagoA Frenchman has written a polite
letter to the chief of police requesting that his
runaway wife be returned to him at Toulon. Ha
bas no sentimental motive, but says he "needs
her In bis business."
New YorkHerman Bowman Ksher of Chicago
a student at Yale university, killed himself by
shooting at the Manhattan Hotel in this city.
He thought he had consumption and would live
bat ft snort tixxie anyway.
Benton Harbor, Mich.Members of the church
known as the House of Israel are gathering in
large numbers In anticipation of the cominc
of Christ, which they expect to take place
here within the next three years. The gathering
may number 144,000.
Austin, TexasA private letter from a high
railroad official of Mexico says an American
syndicate, believed to be the Harriman inter
cuts, are negotiating for the purchase of the
properties of the Consolidated Railroad of Yuca
tan, embracing all the roads in that state.
LiverpoolThe cotton exchange here will be
closed April 10, 11 and 18, the Easter holidays.
ParisSurgeonB have succeeded in uniting the
severed carotid artery of a man whose throat
LondonJ. Pierpont Morgan is said, by a Brit
ish museum official, to have spent a fortune for
bogus works of art
LondonThe Times has made arrangements
for a regular wireless telegraphy news service
from the United States.
LondonMiss Daisy Leiter and her mother have
' arrived from - the Indian durbar. It is reported
that Miss Leiter has landed Prince FrancU of
AdenIt Is reported that the Mad Mullah has
fled to French territory. If this is true it may
be regarded as equivalent to the failure of the
BerlinFrau Anna Rothe, the spiritualist
known as the **flower medium." convicted of
swindling many notable people, was sentenced
to eighteen months' imprisonment.
BerlinThe government's intention to abolish
the provision of the law excluding Jesuits from
Germany, announced in the retebstag by Chan
cellor von Buelow recently, will not be realized.
Mayaguez, P. R.Miss Alice Roosevelt and
party rode on horseback yesterday from Yauco
to, San German and Sabana La Grande. She
was given a banquet and reception here last
ChristtanlaThe storthing injected by 75 to
45 votes the propoBai t the cuBtonw committee
to impose a 5 per cent ad valorem duty on ma
chinery. The honse agreed to place a duty on
, live cattle.
ParisIt is reported that Lady Granville Gor
don, whose recent confessions on the witness
stand in London caused a sensation and led to
the cancellation of her presentation at court, is
en route to the United States.
LondonKing Edward has expressed a wish
to make a trip on the Shamrock III. in the
English channel before she sails for the United
States. It Is expected that the challenger will
be taken to Portsmouth for this purpose.
Dresden, SaxonyUnited States Consul Cole
has expressed his regret for giving Dr. O'Brien,
the American dentist who was recently expelled
from Saxony, a certificate expressing sympathy
with him and reflecting on the Saxon govern
St. PetersburgOne result of the measures out
lined for the relief of the peasants in the czars
famous manifesto is that about $57,500,000 ar
rears of taxes have been cancelled, besides $15,-
000,000 owing to the district authorities belnjr
taken over by the central government.
ConstantinopleThe engagement between Turk
ish troops and insurgents at Islib. Macedonia,
In which eighteen insurgents are said to have
been killed, is thought to hare been the outcome
of an intended attack upon Turkish military
depots. The Turks had fifteen killed or wounded.
ParisParis is now discussing the case of
Moses Fowler Chase, heir to a million-dollar
estate In Lafayette, Ind., who has just been
found here in Dr. Gomar's private asylum. He
has been surrendered to the care of the United
States consulate. It has not yet .been settled
whether the young man will be retained in Paris
or sent to the United States.
An Entertainer of Presidents.
Theodore Roessle is said to be on terms
of intimate acquaintance with a greater
number of public men than any otheu
private citizen of tBe United States. For
years he has been the proprietor of the
famous Arlington hotel of Washington,
where every president of the past quarter
century has been entertained, where cab
inet conferences have been held, and many
affairs of national importance transacted.
In the entertainment of visitors golden
grain belt beer plays as important a part
as a hospitable host. It's a delicacy you
' m ay be glad to offer your friends, for it
is good for .their health as well as pleas
ing to the palate.
' Newest and Best Train.
' The "North Star Limited" is winning
new friends every day. Just a little more
elegant than any other train to Chicago,
buffet, library and dining cars, compart
ment sleepers, etc. Ride in ease and com
fort. W. I* Hathaway, City Ticket Agent,
No. 1 Washington av S. , - ^
7 $* Any rough* red, windburned, tender,
j*' " smarting skin made fair and lovely by
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What Does This
$1.00 warranted and fitted.
$1.25 warranted and fitted.
$1.50 warranted and fitted.
$1.75 warranted and fitted.
$2.00 warranted and fitted.
It means that all Goodfellow kid
j?loves. no matter the price, are covered
by a broad Kiiarintce. Try Goodfellow
jrloves and you will &ay with others
"1 buy my gloves at Good fellows"
14,000 YARD S NEW , UP-TO-DAT E SILKS
Tuesday morning, at 9:30, six of our largest silk tables will be heaped hi^h with thesethe most beautiful black and colored silks, plain and fancy silks
of almost every conceivable color, pattern and weave. Silks from 19 to 54 inches wide. Silks whose values range from 50c to | 3 a yard, marked plainly at
io-inch Fancy Plaids,
20-inch Fancy Taffetas,
20-inch Fancy Taffetas,
24-inch Fancy Foulards,
21-inch Fancy Brocades,
20-inch Fancy Damas,
21-inch Colored Satin,
21-inch Colored Japanese Silk,
2000 pieces length from ^-yard to 1^-yards black, white, colors and fancies, for trimmings, neck stocks and fancy work of all kinds, Tuesday, each piece, at
Girls' and Boys' Russian Dresses
The exhibition a few days ago of children's dresses created a
furore among the mothers of Minneapolis. Throngs ame and
the stoaks were sadly depleted in a fw days. But more are
now here, particularly of Russian dresses, which made the great
hit. And these notes are of this kind alone. The sizes of all
run from 2 to 6 years.
LATEST FASHION NEWS
(Written Expressly for Goodfellow's.) ^
New York, March 26, 1903.
Buttons are once again extremely popular
as a trimming and make their appearance in
all possible and impossible places. They
are used to end off tabs everywhereand
entre nous this is decidedly a "tabby"
season-they trim sleeves, both tops and
cuffs, and decorate the seams of slcirts.
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*H^^ , blc
Dark blue pique with small
white dots, turnover -collar,
pleated sleeves collar, sleeves
and pleat down front piped
with white with full bloomers,
$2.25. The Russian dresses are here
also in all white, a large gather
ing, priced from $2.25 to
-It is our aim to advertise our goods by straightforward statements and to guard against deception of any
kind. We will gladly pay Si to the first person to report to our Mr. Loudon any misrepresentation.
tylish , Worth y Silks
Especially bought for this grand sale bought low and will be sold at such extremely low prices that will leave no doubt of
our being "The Silk Leaders of the Northwest."
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SALE STARTS AT 9:30 TUESDAY MORNING.
Why wait and run a risk of
not having furs to store? Let
us send for them at o*ce. The
largest, best equipped and
safest fur storage vaults in
the Northwest are here. A
"If your furs are with us
A Wonderfu l Sal e of
TRAVELERS* SIL K SAMPLES , EXTRA
they are safe.''
10c 20c 30c 40c 50c
Just Openedtoo pieces of Cheney
Brothers* newest ideas in their celebrated
Foulards, Tuesday at the extra special
price of 98o and 69o.
Plaid Ginghams, pink and white,
blue and white, turn-over collars
cuffs of hemstitched pique, $1.
Chambray, in stirpes of piixk and -white
and blue and white, with fine embroid
ery edge at neck and sleeves, $1.25.
Chambray, Russian effeet, straight
military collar, pleated sleeves, $1.50.
Plaid Gingham, Russian effect, waist is
pleated collar, cuffs and belt are of
white pique, $1.75.
Scotch plaid Gingham, turn-over collar
of white pique belt and cuffs piped
with white pique, $1.75. U
Stripe Chambray, Russian effect,
straight military collar, pleated sleev
es belt of white pique, with full
bloomers, $2.25. ^
Natural linen, waist pleated
and each pleat is piped with
plaid chambray the center
pleat, being broader than the
others, has additional trim
ming in three strips of the
plaid running down from the
collar and fastened with pearl
buttons collar, cmffs and belt
are of plaid,piped with white
linen both with and without
They are put on In rows, in clusters, simply,
or In any way that fancy dictates, and are
used In all sizes, from the tiniest little dots,
scarcely larger than the biggest of the
French knots 'we are seeing so much of, to
the monsters almost as large as butter
plates. Pearl buttons are greatly in evi
dence, both on cloth and linen costumes,
while for -dressier toilettes there are the
most elaborate of enamol, porcelain and
metal buttons, thai are mostly examples of*
the goldsmith's and jeweler's arts. V
Phones 1185. Goodfellow Dry Goods Co., Now at Seventh and Nloollet.
NEVER EQUALLED IN THE TWIN CITIES.
19-inch Black Taffetas
20-inch Black Duchesse -
22-inch Black Taffetas -
27-inch Black Taffetas
21-inch Colored Armures
22-inch Stripe Louisines
22-inch Novelty Brocades
' GEO. D. DAYTON. d. B. MOCKER.
SilK Leaders of the Nofttiwest.
Note the Weaves,
At least a hundred other weaves and styles.
New Wash Goods Are Here
There's lively unboxing as the wash fabrics eome in.for the way
these materials are melting off the counters makes us want on
the spot everything that's headed this way. Most of these
have just come
Printed Madras Hand
some shirt waist materials, white
ground with dainty white mer
cerized stripe and neat printed
figures in blue, pink, red and
black, at 35c.
Lorraine Madras* Ohevlots and Oxfords*- make
of goods you will want to see if you know the name if the name
is strange to you, come and get acquainted. "Lorraine" stands
way up for quality and style a large collection is Here, the
largest this side of Chicago, we think hundreds of styles, at
25c, 30c, 40c, 50c and 60c.
MadrasPrinted and woven, and English Percales, a very
large assortment of patterns and colorings, 15c, 18c and 20c
lvalues, at 9c.
Genuine leather suit cases,reinforced leather corners, brass riv-
eted, brass ioek and bolts, 24-inch, 14.50 value, at $3.38.
fRugs and PortiereBargains In Both}
Double Face Wool Syntrna Rugs are good rugs
well, look well and come in great variety we have a vast assort-
mentgreens, browns, reds, in floral and Oriental designs, in all
sizes but we have more of size 9x12 (which is, luckily for you,
a much wanted one) than we should have they are valued at
$20, but Tuesday they will be sold to the normal nunaber at
Rope Portieres Fifty
styles ojf rope portieres and
valances for single and double
doors all new colorings
$1.25 Portieres, 94c.
$1.50 Portieres, $1.12. ' ,
$1.75 Portieres, $1.31.
$2.00 Portieres, $1.50. ~ .
$2.26 Portieres, $1.69.
$2.75 Portieres, $2.06.
$3.00 Portieres, $2.25.
y$3.50 Portieres, $2.64.
THE DAYLIGHT STORE.
the Qualities, the Widths and the Prices.
22-inch Black Crepe de Chine,
22-inch Black Moire Velour,
21-inch Satin Duchesse,
24-inch Black Foulard,
24-inch Black Striped Moire,
20-inch Black Louisines,.
36-inch Black Taffetas,
36-inch Colored Taffetas,
Vr#, n- Suit Cases * -.
Additional Attraction Ten Pieces (about 600 yards)
of C. J. Bonnet et Cie pure dye, 417-10 black Taffetas, at 89c.
This is the regular $1.50 quality, and in view of this fact we reserve
the right to sell 15 yards only, to each buyer.
t " . ' ,
Open at 8s30 Close at 6sOO. Saturdays Close at 9:3C
Now at Seventh and Nicollet
Dimities and printed Bat
iste, English Dimities and
Batiste, colorings and designs
strictly the latest, light, dark
and solid eolors, at this
Tapestry Portieres and
Bep and Armure Portieres
some are heavily fringed top
and bottom, some have tapestry
borders and bands and others
[ are cordedone-third off
'$2.65 Portieres, pair .. $ 1 .77
$3 Portieres, pair $ 2
$3.50 Portieres, pair --$2.33
. $4 Portieres, pair $2.67
$4.50 Portieres, pair $ 3
\ $5 Portieres, pair $3.33
$6 Portferes, pair $ 4
One would not think that it
were new here, there are al
ready so' many pleased pat
rons. No wonder Mrs.
Stanton is one of the most
expert opticians in this part
of the country, and she ad
vises honestly. -Baleony.
Misses' Suits and Skirls
Until we took hold of the matter there was not enough attention
given to misses wear in this city, and it made no end of trouble
for budding womanhood. She saw her elder sisters wearing
smart suits, coats and skirts from which she was barred unless
she had them made. But now
Suits of all-wool cheviot, trim
med with straps of same materi
al, finely stitched large eape col
lar, double-breasted jacket with
large fancy buttons jacket lined
throughout with heavy satin
blacfc.na.-y-y and brown, sixes 14
to 18 years, at $16.60.
Suits of all-wool cheviot, hand
somely trimmed with tafteta silk
and fancy braid, large cape collar,
jacket lined throughout with
satin black,. blue. and brown,
sizes 14 to 18 years, at $13.50.
Suits of fancy mixtures, in a
wide range of styles, from $ 26
Among the newest trimmings
is the opalescent, a kine that
adds to the richness of the
gown you will find it here
in spray designs, in black,
^rhite and Persian colorings,
two to ten inches wide.
Gimps in black, cream and
Persian, \ to 1 inch wide,
worth from 35c to 45 a yard,
Natural color linen is one of
the swagger materials for
shirtwaists and shirt waist
suits, and we are selling rnneh
of it, especially this one,a 25c
quality, at 19c.
?,.*. . er-Llne* Place.
27-inch Black Taffetas
32-inch Corean Crepe, black and colors
27-inch Fancy Taffetas
20-inch Black and White Check Louisines
36-inch Pongee Silks
36-inch Black Lining Satins
24-inch Crepe de Chine, black and colored
44-inch Plain and Stripe Black Silk Grenadine
" Umbrellas \ ^
Woman's, of pure silk, black
and colors, handsome silver
and pearl handles, "worth to
$5.00 eaoh, at $2.98.*}
are wonderful in their plain
ness of directions wonderful
in the way they save mate
rial wonderful in their man
ner of articipating the fash
ion and wonderful for their
price 1 0 c and 1 5c.
Suits of all-wool Venetian cloth,
trimmed with wide bands of the best
taffeta and ten rows of stitching,
double-breasted jacket with two
rows of fancy buttons, black, blue,
brown, sizes 14 to 18, at $22.50.
Sfcfa*Cs, ftaxe fashioned, -with, lap
seams, ten rows of stitching at bot
tom, in navy, gray mixture, tan mix
ture and green mixture 80-inch, 82-
inch, 84-mch and 36-inch, at $3.75.
Skirts of cheviot, made with flare,
seven rows of stitching at bottom,
trimmed with straps and buttons
over hips, navy, tan mixture, gray
mixture, 30-inch to 36-inch, 4.75*
Novelty laces in bands, gal
loons and medallions.in Ven
ise, Irish crochet, and black
silk, worth up to 75c a yard,
ffomen's and men's, of all
Irish linen, hemstitched and
with hand-embroidered initi
als, a broken assortment of
letters, some unlaundered,
some full laundered, worth up
to 20c each, at 12o
r Face Powder A
Pozaoni's, in desk, white and
brunette, usually 50c, 29c.
- Jewelry i&fcK
Belt Buckles in gilt, French
gray and oxidized, many new
designs, worth to 50c each,
at 25c. HMSJM^mh " ^