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CALL 353 CALL
Call 353. either telephone company will
let our order department.
Special attention given the smallest or
4er. Prompt delivery guaranteed.
Btandard Pumpkin, 3-lb cans 80c
dozen can 7c
I-lb can Standard Tomatoes, dozen
Good Table Peaches, dozen cans $1.50
Eastern Pears, dozen cans $1 20
Pickled Beets, dozen cans 95c
Fancy Telephone Peas, dozen cans.. *1 10
j^Early June Peas, dozen cans 90c
'Sliced Pineapple, dozen 2-lb cans... $1 50
kettle Rendered Lard, lb 11c
Home-made Catsup, quart bottle ... 10c
Pure Jelly, 15c tumbler 10c
Large Queen Olives, quart 25c
Jumbo Sour Pickles, dozen I0c
Pearl Tapioca, 7 lbs 25c
Toilet Paper, 7 packages 25c
(Either Roll or Flat )
Parlor Matches, 1,000 In box 5c
Fine Japan Rice, 5 lbs 35c
Evaporated Apricots, lb 9c
Large Evaporated Peaches, lb 9c
Bottled Olives, 15c size, 10c 35c size 25c
Archer's Perfect Gloss and Corn
Starch, package 7c
Rice Starch, package 6c
10 lbs. Rolled Oats 25c
10-lb sack Graham Flour 16c
19 lbs. best Granulated Sugar $1.00
S8-lb sack Yerxa's Extra Flour . .$1.95
Deviled and Potted Ham and Tongue,
U-lb tins, 4c can dozen 45c
Home Made Bread, loaf 3c
Sweet Rolls, dozen 8c
Doughnuts, dozen 8c
Almond Slices, dozen 6c
Molasses Fruits, each 8c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fancy Muscatine Asparagus, large
Fresh Spinach, peck 20c
Pie Plant, lb
Young Onions, 3 bunches for 5c
Silver Thread Kraut, galloa, In your
own Jar - 1*
Pineapples, each 1c
Large Navel Oranges, 50c size, doz.. 35c
Lemons, dozen - 10c
Cocoanuts, each * 3c
Wax Beans, lb 15c
Red Globe Onions, peck - 5c
SMOKE YERXA'S GOOD CIGARS.
Pork Chops, lb 12^c
Fork Loin Roas,t, lb 12%c
tork Sausage, our own make, lb 10c
Pork Shoulders, lb 10c
Choice Pot Roast, lb 6-7-8c
Choice Rib Boiling Beef, lb 4c
Bwift's Premium Hams, lb 15c
McMillan's Perigo Hams, lb 14c
oo lblb 3 icni Hams , 10 c
k full line of fresh fish.
Rump Corn Beef, lb 7c
Hats and Shoes for Men and
"Women, Boys and Girls, can
be obtained here on easy pay
ments at cash store prices.
No security required.
Menter, BomMooi & Co
The Choicest in
Sow Early for Best Results.
GERMS AWFUL WORK.
Rl-wr water is causing more typhoid fever.
This month will show more cases in the hos
pitals and mori' cases In the homes. Death
dealing river water is to blame. It cannot
be cleansed of its sewages, its garbages, itt
But why drink It? When for 5 cents a day
n-e will deliver iou two gallons of Glen.
voo*-Iiiglewood Spring Water, -with ice,
into a nice, clean, cooler (which we furnish
free). Think of it, only 5 cents a day will
insure you again poisonous water. Order
8. T. 60RENS0N, 312 Nicollet. '
We have always en-
** joyed' the reputation
of selllar the bestf
shoes on the market
for the money. No
sense in paying $3.50
and $4 for shoes no
better than oar SOR
E H SOU 3.50 Shoe.
Spectacles $1 and np.
Eyes examined free by
who devotes hla entire
time and energy to this one
ollet *T, upstairs*
Hennepin k both
CIT Y NEWS.
The Hackdrtvers* ball to-night, April 22,
at Harmonia hall. Everybody Invited.
Barfs Cartoons for 190& on sale at The
Tournal counter for 26c by mail. SBe.
The Title Insuran6e and Trust Jo pays
2 per cent on deposits subject to check.
Fine flowering shrubs for sale. Honey
Suckles, etc , at Mendenhall's, 18th street
and 1st avenue S.
The very latest things in travelers' out
fits at Bamum's trunk and leather goods
store, 715 Nicollet avenue.
Ladles, have you tried the wonderful
new scalp massage? It will interest you.
Call at room 216 Pillsbury building.
If you are thinking of buying a home, it
will pay you to read and look up the many
bargains advertised on the classified pages
A home for working girls is under con
sideration by the American "Volunteers.
A committee has been appointed to draw
up detailed plans and to And a suitable
Societe Parisienne d'Artistes-Pelntres
Latins. Auction sale paintings, water
colors at Blntliff's Friday 10 to 12 and
2 30 to 5 Saturday 10 to^lZ. 2.30 to 5.
Also Saturday evening 8 to 10
The Rev Charles T. Wright, who has
been doing missionary woik among the
Chippewas of Leech Lake for a quarter
of a century, is in the city visiting
friends. He is the son of Chief White
Cloud, the famous Chippewa chief, and
is himself known among the Indians as
Chief White Cloud.
Dr R F Goodwin a physician resid
ing at 112 University avenue, has of late
given much study to the treatment of
alcoholism and has effected several cures.
His treatment ordinarily requires four
weeks. Dr. Goodwin announces that he
will treat poor and deserving people free
of charge provided a home is placed at
his disposal where the patients may have
The Whatsoever Bible class of Wesley
Methodist church, numbering 150, held its
semi-annual election last night. It ie
sulted as follows: Miss Katharine Todd,
president S. Benton * White, -vice presi
dent Earl Sackett, treasurer Junie John
son, assistant treasurer, Mobile Wallin,
recording secretary, Bessie Hill, assistant
recording secretary, Sadie Davoldson, cor
responding secretary, Georgie Bryant,
TOWN TALK Y,V/
Everything That Is Good to Wear.
In one store at the "Plymouth Corner.
THE WEATHER PREDICTIONS
MinnesotaFair to-night and. probably
Thursday warmer in west portion to
night variable winds. WisconsinFair
to-night and Thursday variable winds be
coming fresh northwesterly. Upper Mich-
iganFair to-night and Thursday vari
able winds. IowaFair to-night and
Thursday, warmer in northwest portion
to-night \ariable winds. North and
South DakotaGenerally fair to-night and
Thursday warmer in east portions to
night variable winds. MontanaPartly
cloudy to-night and Thursday cooler in
southwest portion to-night variable
Your Hat Is Seen From Afar.
See that it is from "The Plymouth,
DR. MONTGOMERY RE-ELECTED
Official Meeting at Wesley Church
Held Last Evening.
Last evening there convened at "Wesley
Methodist church one of the largest offi
cial meetings ever held there. It was
understood that the pastorate of Bev. Dr.
J. S. Montgomery would conclude it3 fifth
year with this coming conference. The
officials were enthusiastic in their desire
and demand to have Dr. Montgomery con
tinue as pastor. The success of the last
Ave years has been phenomenal in every
way. The congregations are so large that
It Is almost a regular thing for the im
mense church to be taxed to its fullest
capacity at every service. The member
ship has been more than doubled by the
present pastor and every department of
church work has received a strong im
petus under him.
At last evening's meeting Dr. Mont
gomery received the largest official vote
for his return for the sixth year which
has ever been given any pastor of the
church. He responded with appreciation,
saying that he jwould in the near future
make deflnitef*tn*w6r to the invitation. Dr.
indicated that/jghould he return he would
settle down a* Wesley church for an in
definite pastorate.. This seems to be de
sired not only by the official but also by
the church membership generally.
Henry H. Heisel of West Superior Disap-
pearsHis Accounts Are
Henry H. Heisel, a traveling man em
ployed by the H. E. Driese Cigar company
in St. Paul, is missing from his home in
West Superior, and an investigation of his
accounts shows' that he is more than
$1,000 short. A warrant has been issued
for his arrest, but the police have been
unable to find him.
Heisel formerly lived at Stillwater. He
had been with the Driese company for
six years and was considered reliable.
DO HOT DOSE THE STOMACH
Cure Catarrh by Nature's Own Method
Every Breath of Hyomei Brings Relief.
Nearly every one who has catarrh knows
how foolish it is to try and cure it by
diugging the stomach. Temporary relief
may be given, but a cure seldom comes.
Until recently your physician would have
said the only way to cure catarrh would
be to have a change of climate but now,
with Hyomei, you can carry a health-giv
ing climate in your vest pocket, a^id by
breathing it a few minutes four times a
day soon cure yourself.
The complete outfit of Hyomei costs
but $1.00 and consists of an inhaler that
can be carried in the vest pocket, a med
icine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei.
The inhaler lasts a lifetime, and there is
enough Hyomei for more than a month's
treatment of .catarrh. If one bottle doos
not cure, an extra bottle of Hyomei can
be obtained tor 50 cents. It is the most
economical of all remedies advertised for
the cure of catarrh, and is the only one
that" follows nature in her method of
treating diseases of the respiratory or
VOegeli Bros. Drug Co. have sold hun
dreds of Hyomei outfits, and the more
they sell the more convinced they are'
that they are perfectly safe in guarantee
ing to refund the money if Hyomei does
Th6se who ate subject to catarrh or,
catarrhal colds will do themselves an in
justice i* they do not purchase" a Hyo
mei .outfit at once, so as to be prepared
for the sudden changes of'the season.
is'said,t willdn6 he ~ ha no sai so . He has
TRAVELING MAN SHORT
John Phillip After Continued Heavy
Drinking Takes His Own
John Phillip, an old Austrian living on
the Bohemian flats in South Minneap
olis, committed suicide last night by
hanging himself to a rafter in his attic.
His wife discovered hs lifeless body and
notified Deputy Coroner H. G. Irvine.
Phillip had been drinking heavily for
several days and is said to have been
despondent, because of the belief that his
wife was too diligent in looking after the
comforts of several boarders.
CAPT. CHAS. D. SIGSBEE, U. S. N.
Who Lectures at Wesley M. E. Church This Evening on "A Sailor's
View of Storms at Sea."
HE SPEAKS TO-NIGHT
Capt. Sigsbee to Tell About Storms
at Sea at Wesley
Needs of the NavyDiscussed at Raw
lins Post Campfire Last
The navy now needs officers, said Cap
tain Charles D. Sigsbee, former com
mander of the Maine, in an address last
night at the campfire given in his honor
by John A. Rawliris post, G. A. R., "but
we are catching up. We are sending a
thousand cadets every year to the naval
academy at Annapolis, and we are going
to have another naval school at San Fran
Generous contributions to the navy were
justified, said Captain Sigsbee, just as
liberal premiums should be paid for neces
sary insurance. From the friction likely
to arise in world-trade competition, losses
might be brought about, against which an
adequate insurance would be provided by
a first-class navy.
rtie guest Of the evening- was wel
comed by Dr. I. L.. Mahan of St. Paul,
commander of the Minnesota department
of the G. A. R. by Commander C. E.
Faulkner of Rawlms post by J C. Bliel,
of Minneapolis, representing the citizens'
staff of Rawlins' post by Mayor J. C.
HayneS on behalf of the city, and by
Comrade J. F. R. Foss on behalf of the
After the speeches an informal reception
took place, during which members and
guests of the post were presented to
Captain Sigsbee by Commander Faulkner
and Comrade Foss. Refreshments fol
This morning Captain Sigsbee accom
panied Alfred Pillsbury in a motor car
trip about the city. Lunch was taken at
the Minikahda club. To-night the cap
tain will deliver, at Wesley M. E. Church,
his lecture entitled "A Sailor's View of
Storms at Sea." His experience both as
a sailor and a scientist gives him rare op
portunity to make the subject interesting.
From noon .until 1 o'clock p. m. to-mor
row Captain Sigsbee will meet whoever
may call upon him at the mayor's recep
tion room in the city hall. He will be
assisted in receiving by Mayor Haynes,
Former Mayor Jone* and other municipal
officers. Ladles especially are invited.
To-morrow night half a hundred prom
inent Minneapolitans will give a dinnenr In
Captain Sigsbee's honor at the Minneapo
Friday the captain will visit old friends
in St. Paul. He will then return to Wash
ington, accompanied by 33. R. Johnstone
of New York.
NAVAL OFFICER A T "U'
Captain Sigsbee Takes a Look at Gopher
Seat of Learning.
Captain Charles D. Sigsbee was a vis
itor at the university this morning. He
delivered a short address to the students
In chapel. He was greeted with the uni
versity yell as he entered the room. He
was introduced by Governor "Van Sant,
who calle dattention to Captain Sigsbee's
successful career in the United States
Captain Sigsbee spoke chiefly concern
ing the rapid growth of the navy and the
recent demonstrations of its value. He
also spoke interestingly of the working
of a modern man-of-war and the Won
derful improvements made possible by the
use of electricity. The battleship, he
said, had by no means reached its high
hTe speaker and the Commercial Club
committee were entertained by the fa
culty for a few minutes after the
Arrangements for Important Event To
Arrangements were perfected to-day for
the public reception in honor of Captain
Sigsbee, to be held in the magnificent re*
ception room adjoining the mayor's of
fice, from 12 to 1 to-morrow afternoon.
The city's distinguished guest will be
assisted by Mayor James C. Haynes, Pres
ident D. P. Jones of the city council, Su
pervisor J. H. Connell of the waterworks,
Police Captain A. H? Kunge, the last two
being naval veterans, and other city ofr
No program will be attempted, as the
main idea of the committee in charge is
that as many as possible sbould" have an
opportunity to meet the man whose cool
ness in the hour of danger and whose
manly conduct at all times have endeared
him to the people.
Mayor Haynes is particularly desirous
that the reception should be well attend
ed by the citizens, and especially the
AMONGL BULLS AND BEARS.,
e "Drop In" on
v'' If' of e Folk . ,
Captain Charles D. Sigsbee" -was on
'change this morning, accompanied by a
committee from the Comemrclal club.
The bulls and bears were much elated
over the visit of the hero of the Maine and
while the captain shook hands In thellieved that the relation Should be one Of
center of the floor the crowd in the pit!mutual obligation.
THE MINNEAPOLIS ^OKBNAli*^V-
% t - A?- Hx:
gave three lusty cheers to which the
naval hero responded with a bow and a
PHI RH0 SIGMA DINNER
Fraternity of Hamllne Medical College
Holds Its Annual Banquet
The fifth annual banquet of the Phi
Rho Sigma medical fraternity of Hamline
university was spread last night at the
Nicollet hotel. The toastmaster was Dr.
Norman Driesbach: the toasts and speak
ers were: "Medical Organization," * Dr.
George C. Barton "The Student and
Physician," Dr. Leo M. Crafts "Surgery,
Past, Present and Future," Dr. William J.
Byrnes "Side Issues," Dr. J. A. Watson,
"The Physician in Bvery-day Life," Dr. F.
Knights "What Is Success?" Dr. C. J.
Pratt "Marks," Dr. R. M. Peters.
AMES' BAIL CASE MAY 16Piggery
Arguments Against- Enforcing the
Default Will Pome on Special
Dr. A. A. Amesv-motion to set aside the
default of his ftO,feoo bonds has been ad
vanced op.e more step, By order of Judge
Cray it Vas this morning placed upon the
special term, calendar of Saturday, May
Henry S. Mead appeared before Judge
Cray and urged & hearing. The judge
said the motion seemed to be of a criminal
nature and. should be heard properly by
Judge Elliott or possibly by Judge Simp
son, who had charge of the criminal cal
endar at the time the default in Question
was made. It was finally agreed to have
it placed upon the special term calendar
for May 16, when it will be assigned to
whatever judge is agreed upon. County
Attorney Boardman will contest the mo
tion and will prepare counter affidavits
Pioneer Press Printing Company Defen*
dant in a Directory Case.
The alleged fact that the Pioneer Press
Printing company of St. Paul is using
pages from the R. L. Polk directory of
Duluth as copy for a new directory of the
zenith city has made Clarence B. Stanley,
manager of the Polk company's JDuluth
branch, suspicious that the Pioneer Press
company is about to violate the Polk com
pany's copyright. As manager of the Du
luth Directory company Mr. Stanley has
therefore begun an action in the federal
circuit court, St. Paul, against the Pion
eer Press Printing company and Clinton
B. McCormick of Duluth, and has asked
for an injunction to restrain the de
fendants from printing or publishing' the
directory in dispute.'
Rights to the Name "Coatea."
Action lias been begun In the United
States circuit court at St. Paul by J. &
P. Coates of Great Britain to restrain John
Coates of St. Paul from using the title of
"The John Coates Thread company." The
company's complaint alleges that Coates
is a hotel and saloon keeper who simply
buys and sells thread and takes advantage
of the similarity of names to secure trade.
THE DAERACH SERIES
Shaksperean Recitals to Begin In the
University Chapel Thursday
Beginning Thursday evening Marshall
Darrach will give a series of Shaksperean
readings in the university chapel. The
plays selected are "The Merchant of Ven-
ice," April 23, "Julius Caesar," the 24th
and "Twelfth Night," the 25th. Mr. Dar
rach is making a tour of the states, and
recently gave a reading before a large
audience of students at Tale. Too much
cannot be said in praise of the artistic
qualities of Mr. Darxach's interpretations.
He shows a marvelous versatility and
never refers to a book in the course of a
When Mr. Darrach was here before a
single admission ticket was $1, but the
Dramatic club, by giving the entertain
ments in the chapel, has been able to
place single admission at 85 cents and
course tickets for the three readings at
75 cents. *
Tickets have been placed on sale at
Voegeh's and Dillin's drug stores,' and
at the School Education company's of
BE. MARSHALL INSTALLED
New Pastor of First Presbyternian
Church Inducted Into Office. !
Rev. Dr. A. B. Marshall was installed
pastor of the First Presbyterian church
last night. Rev. R. K. Porter presided
as moderator of Minneapolis presbytery.
Rev. Dr. W. H. "W. Boyle, pastor of the
House of Hope Presbyterian church of
St. Paul, preached the sermon. The con
stitutional questions were asked the new
pastor and the. congregation by the mod
erator, and Dr. Marshall was declared in
stalled. The installation prayer was made
by Dr. D. K Kiehle. Rev. Stanley B.
Roberts of Bethlehem church delivered the
charge to the pastor and Hev. Dr. John E.
Bushnell of Westminster church the
charge to the people. Dr. Bushnell be-
$621,950 TO SPEND
Board of Control Has That Much for
Buildings, Repairs and
$173,650 Is Left From Old Appro-
priations$270,300 From the
State institutions have $621,950 to spend
on buildings, repairs and betterments dur
ing the year. Some of this is from old
appropriations unexpended, some is made
available at once, and the larger part is
to be uBed during the fiscal year begin
ning Aug. 1. Plans for this work will be
made at once and It will be carried thru
Old appropriations for the penal, cor
rectional and charitable Institutions
amount to $173,650, and $270,300 was made
available by the omnibus bill. The nor
mal schools get $39,000, the university
$89,000 and the school of agriculture
The specific appropriations are as fol
Hospital for Insane, Anoka.
Additional appropriation for cold storage
Boiler and dynamo in main building ... 3,000
Smoke stack i-pw
Engine bouse - - H&SS
Heating and water plants for cottages.. 10,000
Changes in main building
Ice bouse and carpenter and paint shops
Total of new appropriations $22,000
Remaining fiom Last Yeai
To apply on cold storage plant TOO
Horse barn riSX
Root cellar 1222
Total remaining ttom last year $45,700
Hospital for Insane, Hastings.
Heating, launiiry and water supply and
srr&dlnf? ...-- * - - - * . $*!,"")
Additional for cold storage plant 1,500
Changes in main building l,2x
of new appropiiationss
Remaining from Last Year
Total new appropiiation $28,500
mining from Las t Year
cottage ...40 000
To apply on cold storage plant
Total remaining from last year ....$14,200
Hospital for Insane, Fergus Falls.
Extension .and equipment of laundiy .... I5.TO
Fire alarm* system ~,000
Total of new appropriations $7,000
Remaining from Last Year
Cottage ..7 H'92
Changes in administration building *5?
Repairs to east detached ward ^'XXX
Stand pipe and hydrants
Total remaining from last year $28,000
Hospital for Insane, Rochester.
Additional for new boilers *2l0^l
Repairs and betterments - o.ow
Total of new appropriations $10,000
Remaining from Last Year -
Paint shop *W
Electric motor *-"
Improvements to plumbing y
Tota fro last year......$14,800
Hospital for Insane, St. Peter.
Reconstruction of heating plant .- $000
Repairs and plumbing, detached wards.. 12,000
Repairs d betterments 5.000
Totalanof new appropriations $22,000
Remaining from Last Year
Plumbing detached wards o.ouo
Total remaining from last year $5,400
School for Feeble-Minded, Faribault.
Boiler and repairs to engine-room *1'552
Sewer Assembly hall -
Extension of cow barn and silo 2.000
Tower, Bhaft and plumbing , . oS'Xfin
Cottage - t KXV!
Repairs and betterments * B.ooo
Remaining from List Year ,
To apply on assembly hall ^"W
Total of new appropriations........$4^,500
School for Deaf, Faribault
Remodeling plumbing and atJ rooms.. ..$4,800
Additional appropriation for cabinet shop 500
Fire escapes - ^'SxX
Floor in dining-room ... - ?'''-
School building and equipment 25,000
Repairs and betterments 2,500
Total of ,new appropriations $34,500
Remaining from Last Year
To apply on cabinet shop ?i,^ou
School for Blind, Faribault.
Boiler and repairs in boiler room $1,00'0
Repairs and betterments "
Total of new appropriations $2,000
Remaining from Jast year
School house is,ww
State Public School, Owatonna.
Floor in dining room
Repairs and betterments "_L___
Total of new appropriations $3,300
Remaining from last jear
New boilers and smoke stack Mw
Training School, Red Wing.
s and Heating plant
Reformatory, St. Cloud.
Administration building ^.,..$10,000
Addition for dynamo OJU
Cow barn 'in
Shoe and tin shops ^.oouu
Repairs and betterments - - ^'uu
Total of new appropriations $17,500
Remaining from last year
Cold storage plant -- **-^"
To apply on dynamo ^
Total remaining from last year $4,S00r
State Prison, Stillwater.
Enlargement of cell now and ward for
inaane pri*onerg. and other buildings
and improvements , ^g'X^X
Repairs and betterments - -
Total of new appropriations ......... 157,000
WRepairs and betterments $1,000
Site for ladies' home and improvements
on same -
Mankato .. * o KM
Repairs and betterments 2,5w
St. Cloud - .
Moorhead _ .
Repairs and betterments 2,000
Duluth . - -ft.
Repairs and betterments 1,500
Grading and Improvement of grounds.
' Tota l new appropriations for normal
Extraordinary repaits Including tunnels....$20,000
Improvement of campus 14,000
'Addition and equipment of law building.... 30,000
Comnletion and equipment of mines build- Completion an
Total of new appropriations $89,000
Sohool of Agriculture.
Machinery building ?5'929
Substation at Crookston 5,000
Total of new appropriations $50,000
Now is the time to buy a home. Rents
are advancing. Look up the bargains ad
vertised on the classified pages ,to-day.
APRIL 22, 1903.
The next* excursion to
Minneapolis is that of the
Knights Templars, April
27,28, 29, 30 one and
one-third fare, no certifi
cate necessaryopen to
MAKfc YOUR OWN TERMS.
2 50 0
Thursday....James O'Neill, "THE MANXMAN"
Nest Sunday TIM MUEPHY
AL. H. WILSON
In Sidney R. Ellis' Romantic Play,
"A PRINCE OF TATTKR8."
Souvenir Matinee To-day at 2 30.
Matiaee tolly 2i30. Bveaiaga, 8i15.
Little Church Around the Corner
..t. -5,00 0
- VACIIIB I Kceeptlon Matinee
LI9CUIH I lomorrow.
DICK FERRIS andhlsCompany
Present the Eccentric Comedy,
SUNDAY, MICHAEL STROGOFP. .
Oxfor d Season
Just now is the time to buy your Oxfords for the
coming season. Realizing that Oxfords will be
more popular than ever this summer, we have
prepared an unusually large selection of low
shoes in all the new leathers on the latest lasts and
patterns. We can fit you, we can suit youfences
always right. Buy now before sizes are broken.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND HOUSE OWNERS i
Now is the time to PAINT. We carry the largest stock in Min-
neapolis of all grade of Paints. We guarantee our pricts as low
as the lowest. We deliver Goods all over town.
See Us Before Buying and Get Best Goods and Save Money
1 '! !
Buy Gold With Your Money
Do You Want Gas
InYoui-Housa? Stmrm? Hotel? Fmtmnrt Ohamhf TmwmT
Which is superior to city gas and electricity, and is as cheap as kwosene? You eakaM at
once! Use the same^piplng and gas fixtures as for eity gas, but no ted mantles are
needed, as a clear, steady, white light is produoed and of any eandle power deslre4-JNot
ininrious to the eyes. Does aot vitiate the air. smoke up ceilings or heat up the room.JNot as
dangerous as kerosene lamps. Does not effect Insurance rates. Can be used tor oooung.
All these good qualities and more in the
Colt Aootylono Qam Generator,
Which received highest reward at World's Fair, Buffalo. Otter makes ol.generators batebeen
failures we know, but we can absolutely guarantee satisfaction. A 1Mb. machine1 sells at
S 5 an* will light an 8-room house. Small Portables fa^noats, camping PwWMto SIC
A cetylene Lamps, Stoves, Searchlights, etc., on exhibition and sate This must especially In.
terest the lake dwellers, and all who have suburb homes. Most of our busleess is from dis-
satisfied users of electricity in the towns. Demonstrations dally at ear office. Correspondence
aollclted. Descriptive catalogues oa application. ^
. W . AflEMY, J. B. COL T CO., VtoSSSfSSKSg:!*
li. ST. SCOTT
307 Nicollet Ave.
Baby Carriage Day.
On Thursday we win sell 25 Fancy
Full Reed Body Baby Carriages, like
picture, upholstered In beautiful soft
tone reps, with silk satin lined
ruffled parasols, gears neatly enam
eled in attractive colors, wheels
equipped with best grade rubber
tires, regularly 818.50, Thursday
Cash, or $3 down and 81 per week.
Any Baby Carriage or Go-Cart in
our stock on same terms.
Furniture &. Carpet Company, the
One-Price Complete House Furnish
ers, 5th St., 6th St. and 1st Ave. So.
PLYMOUTH CHURCH Jp-J,,1^
"What lb Means to Be An American.**:
Tickets now selling at Metropolitan Music Store
Prfoee-50* 75o and 91.00. '
Lecture by President
Of Princeton University,
Monday Eve., April 2 ?
SONG AND PIANO RECIT AU _^"'
BY * "*.
England'* Greatest Basso. . /'
Assisted by '", }&
EDWARD PARLOVflTZ, J. '
THE BEKOWKKD POLISH PIASIS*. '
Reserved seats now on sale at tfetropolitaa
A..Campbell,261 lai. A^.O-Mlnneapogt
Havejour teeth repaired and the
placed by the Gold Crown system,
duplicate to nature, at rubber-plate
Solid Gold Caps, 32 karat...
Gold aad Platinum Fillin*.
Examinations and estimate!, alio advice free.
Notice samples atfoot of stairs.
N. W. Tel. 2781 hi.
People to country
can write for fur
315 Fiimt Avo.
8}9 Nleollet Ave. cor. 4tn