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It Is Bad Enough to Be
WORSE TO BE DECEIVED
If you are miserable, wretched, un
If you have been. Gareless. and kept
If .you are the victim of deception
If you have been reckless and un
mindful of consequences
If you have contracted BLOOD
If you have recently discovered the
If. you have an eruption of face or
bodysore s on your tongue or in your
mouth: Write to or ask us what to
do for it.
D o n ot lose any precious time, as
blood poison makes rapid headway
and assails vital organs before the suf
ferer is aware of it. Brooding over
misfortune won't lielp you. You must
act, : and that quickly. During the
timeyo\i are -lamenting and thinking
what, to do for it, the poison is tak
ing a deeper hold in your blood and
body. In order to be cured, you must
shake, off lethargy. Wake up and b?-
gin to think! Think profoundly!'Put
your Avhole soul in your thinking! For
sake "the blues"! Renounce melan
choly and cease worrying! Resolve
that you will be cured at all hazards!
Expect to. be cured and you will be
cured... Never pive up hope until you
are r'gacly ''to die in despair''!
If you have been unsuccessful In
your efforts to be cured, try again!
"There is a, silver lining in every
cloud," and your cloud may have a
"We have turned gloomy forebod-
. lngs into supreme .ioy for many a man.
Why can -we not do it for you? The
gratitude would be yours. *
B e up and doing! Think for your
self! Don't let other people think for
yot i! -Make up your mind and don't
let anybody, change it or deter n
from, taking the proper steps to e
perfectly-curedcured foreverto re
main cured....'.." :." . .
Don't waver in your purpose! Dis-
/ card doubts and'misgivings! Decide
upon what doctor you will employ and
Danish thoughts of all others. Seek
ing counsel from many doctors only
confuses you, and you are liable to
ihake the greatest mistake in your life.
livery man ..ought to have a mind of:
his own and know -how to assert it.
H e ought to possess'ample will power,
discrimination and determination to
guide him straight to his goal, and he
will then doubt no more. W e aspire
to conduct ah honest, straightforward
business and to accomplish a cure in
every case of sickness we accept for
treatment, and bur patients rely upon
the truthfulness of our assertions.
T o deceive them would be worse
than criminal, as it would shatter their
hopes and blight their expectations.
W e cannot afford to do it. Now e
never have and we never will deceive
them. ..We. are too old to begin the
practice of treachery. W e "Do unto
others as we .would like to be done
by." - That is our. Golden Rule.
W e cure weak, sick and diseased
men, and--'that is all we claim.
W e promptly answer all letters in
DR. ALFRED L. COLE and COUN-
CIL of PHYSICIANS,
24 Washington a v S.Minneapolis,Minn.
Cured to stay cured. Health re
stored. Attacks never return.
Throw away powders, sprays
and specifies. Eat heartily, sleep
all night, do anything, go
anywhere and enjoy yourself
without ever needing relief.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, ' ' '
DICKERING WITH THE U. S.
JAMES .7. HILL MAY BUILD LINE
WANTED B Y GOVERNMENT I N
Washington, Dec. 9.J. J . Hill,
president of the Northern Securities
company, may build the road which
the government, is anxious to have
constructed in the Philippines. H e
has been in communication with war
department officials. The work will
cost, it is estimated, $11,104,044.
S. K . AINSLIE DIES
H e AVas Once General Manager of the
S. R . Ainslie. once connected with
the Northern Pacific, died last night
of tuberculosis in Chicago. Mr. Ains
lie had been division superintendent,
general superintendent and general
manager of the Northern Pacific. H e
left the road to become general man
ager of the Wisconsin Central and in
1893 assumed the presidency of the
Chicago Terminal & Transfer com
pany. Three years ago he retired.
PARTY RATE OFFER
Minneapolis-Omaha, Road Submits
Plan for a Change.
Some road, whose identity, is un
known, has submitted to vote a change
in theatrical rates which may demor
alize" party rates between the twin
cities and Council Bluffs and Omaha.
I t is believed that the proposition will
be voted down, but fears are enter
tained that the road will then take in
The present rates are*. For ten or
more persons, between the twin cities
and Council Bluffs, $8.SO per capita
for twenty or more persons, $7.20 per
capita: between the twin cities and
Omaha, for ten or more, $8.95 per
capita for twenty or more, $7.25 per
Submitted that as the present dis
tance between the twin cities and
Council Bluffs is 338 miles, the per
capita rate for ten or more should
. and for twenty or more.
$6.89. and between the twin cities and
Omaha, for ten or more, $8.70, and for
twenty or more, $7.05 per capita.
ALT. ABOUT ASTHMA
AND HAY FEVER
with reports of ninny interesting and
illustrative cases. Write for it, to
P. HAROLD HAYES, BUFFALO, N.Y.
Our treatment is obtainable bjrmail only,
or at our office. NOT sold at drug stores.
Stops the pain and bad odor Draws
out the Inflammation and cures the
diseased membranes quickly. Contains
no cocaine or harmful drugs.
25o. 50e. & $1.00 at all Druggists.
QUICK RELIEF GUARANTEED.
THE PAR AC AM PH CO., LOUISVILLE, KY., U. S.A.
For sale by Voegeli Bros, Drug Co,
"My father had been a.snfferer from sick ho ad ache
for the last twenty-five years and never found any
relief until he began talcing yoirr Cascarets. Since
he has begun taking Cascarets he has never had
fche headache. They have entirely enred him.
Cascarets do what you- recommend them to do. I
will give you the privilege of using his name."
E.M. Dickspn, 1120 Reainer St., Wilndinnapolls, Ind.
^Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do Good,
Never feteken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c, 25c, 50c. Never
Bold In tnlk The-gennino tablet stamped OCC.
Guaranteed to cure or your money, back.
' Sterling Remedy Co. , Chicago or N.Y. 598
ANNUAL SALE, TEH MILLION BOXESwm
WRECKS I N 1903
Railroad Gazette's Figures
Comparisons of government figures
for 1902 and Railroad Gazette figures
for the year ending June 30. 1903, give
railroad accidents as follows:
Collisions .' .. .
Dnrnajres Pornilrapnts '.....
Paruupps Total ilamnco? ...
The increase in the number of per
sons killed and injured is ascribed in
the government bulletin to the in
cleased number of railroad employes,
the large percentage of unskilled em
ployes, the increased number of trains,
the working of men too long without
sle^ - Some roads neglected to send
in tm-,r ^reports in 1902. The rail
roads of'Great Britain were operated
* JOKE KILLED HIM.
Syracuse. N. Y.. Dec. 9.Egbert Homel,
a former Chicago grocer dropped dead here
from heart failure while laughing at a joke
he had told a fellow employe of the O. .M.
Edwards company, where he was em
ployed. H e was 69 years of age.
A Xcw. Form of Insurance That Will
Appeal to Every Business Man.
The ordinary life insurance and fire
insurance policies."are,, in one way,
very unsatisfactory. '-'--
You have to die or lose your house
in order to get anything- out of them.
Certainly not a very attractive
The new thing in the insurance line
is far more satisfactory.
Your health is the stake. But you
insure it in. order to keep" itnot to
lose it. -.-- '..
The policy-consists of a package of
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets. The pre
mium is 25 cents. ' -
Keep your stomach in good order
and you will always be welL
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets make
your stomach strong .and healthy
make it possible for you to eat any
thing and everything without fear of
They not only keep you from de
veloping stomach troubles, but they
cure them if already developed.
Try them. W e stand back of them
ith our guarantee to refund your
.oney if they fail to cure.
f without killing a single pas
- -*^.":- , R . I's. GRAIN RATE
*I6$et ^liberal Than That of the Other
- - f r:':
The Rock Island has made a flat
proportional rate of 9 cents on wheat
ahci 8 cents on corn from Omaha to
the Mississippi and to Minneapolis,
and a rate of 14 and 13 cents to Chi
cago. The rate applies on all products
originating west of the Missouri. Mill
ing in transit is allowed. The Rock
Island differs from other roads in that
its rate covers all of Nebraska and
part of northern Kansas, instead of
only part of Nebraska.
N. P.'s Livingston Shops.
Plans for the improvement of the North
ern Pacific shops at Livingston, Mont., are
being considered at the general offices.
The shops will have two buildings foK
freight car repairs and one to passenger
equipment repairs. Additions are to be
made to the machine shops and an electric
plant will be built. The changes will make
necessary the doubling of the force to 1,000
men. The shops at Brainerd and Tacoma
are overtaxed. The contemplated improve
ments wil cost $800,000.
W. B. Dixon Is 111.
"W. B. Dixon, northwestern passenger
agent of the Milwaukee, is seriously ill
with typhoid fever at his home in St. Paul.
H e has continued to work in his weakened
condition and this has overtaxed his
strength thus making the attack more se
New Place for Sawyer.
Edward Sawyer, formerly ticket agent at
the union station in St. Paul, has been ap
pointed city passenger agent of the Great
Western at Des Moines. For a year Mr.
Sawyer has been with a steamship com
pany at Duluth.
The finest imitation on earth. The nearest approach to genuine diamonds ever discovered. They have the fire, flash, sparkle and brilliancy
of old mine gems and stand all the tests of acids, heat, alkali, etc. So real are these stones that experts have been deceived, pawn-
brokers victimized and jewelers fooled. Barrios Diamonds positively defy detection. ..,:..
MR S. VLASTO ASKS COURT T O
Owing to the tip pvil. thp liiion Pacific lias
issued orders to dispense with negro porters and
hire white porters at an advance of $12.50 per
month in wages. The Philadelphia & Heading
and several other lines are also dispensing -with
negro porters. '
A partial explanation of the daily shortage of
l,50i freight cars under which some of the roads
labor is suggested by the fact that on the Penn
sylvania road at Jersey City ut present tllene is
such a blockade that, it is with the greatest dif
ficulty that, trains can be moved.'
COMPEL HER HUSBAND T O PAY
HER A X ALLOWANCE.
New York Sun Special Service.
New York, Dec. 9.Mrs. Elizabeth
It. Vlasto applied to-day to Supreme
Court Justice Leventritt for an order
directing her husband, Solon J. Vlast o,
to pay her $25 a. week pending the
trial of her suit for a separation. Mrs.
Vlasto has another suit pending to re
cover $500,000 from Mrs. Mary J. C.
Culver, daughter of United States
Senator. Clark of Montana and wife of
Dr. Everett Mallory Culver, for the al
leged alienation of Mr. Vlasto's affec
A. H . Kaffenburgh, Mrs. Vlasto*s
counsel, told Justice Leventritt that
Vlasto had offered her $50,000 if she
would agree to get a divorce so that he
could marry Mrs. Culver. The latter
is suing her husband in King's county
for divorce. Mrs. Vlasto alleges that
since her marriage twenty-eight years
ago Vlasto has treated her cruelty.
They have not lived together for some
years and Vlasto has allowed her $25
a week regularly. She wants this al
lowance continued. H e stopped it
Louis F . Doyle. Vlasto's lawyer, op
posed the application and said that Mrs.
Vlasto was either being used as a tool
for the purposes of litigati on or was
insane. H e characterized her suiffe as
preposterous. Justice Leventritt re
SCHOOL OF SOCIALISM
Queer Educational Institution Opened in
New York Sun Special Service.
Kansas City, Mo.. Dec. 9."I want you
you to. learn so that we may-throttle this
hideous capitalism and make this devilish
thing, the world, fit to live in."
So spoke Professor George R. -Kirk
Patrick, one of the teachers in the new
school of socialism, which opened yester
terday at Labor headquarters. The school
is presided over by Professor Walter
Thomas Mills, who said that students
have been enrolled from California, Wash
ington. "Colorado. North Dakota. Nebras
ka. Minnesota, : Illinois. Michigan, Ohio,
Louisiana. Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas',
Iowa and Missouri. . ...
MI^SEAMLK" TOURNAL!^^ " ^ ' "
THE INTRODUCTORY SALE CONTINUES
Come, See How They Sparkle.
* f*I15&ffai^#&* WSAI aias,^^ perfect satisfaction. We will give $10,000.00 to any charitable institution if it can be shown that
we ever refuse to replace a stone that does not give satisfaction. In fact,they can be washed and cleaned like ordinary diamonds.
SHE WANTS ALIMONY
DONMBROOK FIRE SWEPT
NINE BUILDINGS I N THE BUSI-
NESS SECTION BURNED LOSS
I S $70,000 WITH $50,000 INSUR-
Donnybrpok, NV D., De c. 9.A
fire started at 3 a. m. in the end
of the billiard and bowling alley. A
brisk northwest wind was blowing at
the tiem. The loss is $70,000 with
$50,000 insurance. - .
Several families were made home
less and nine buildings in the business
section burned. N o lives were lost. .
The fire was noticed just as engine
108 pulled into the place. The en
gineer aroused the people by his
whistle, thereby saving several thou
sand dollars' worth of property.
The merchants are planning sub
stantial britk buildings.. Much credit
is due those who assisted in saving
property. Origin, of the fire is un
Do not confound Barrios Diamonds with Rhine
stones, Bolivia, Montana, Alaska, La Perla, Trans
vaal, Sumatra, or, in fact, any other imitation
diamonds, no matter what the name may be.
. Barrios Diamonds are the only stones which
will positively retain their brilliancy. AH other
imitations are made of chemicals, cheap glass or
Barrios Diamonds have never before been sold
in - your.-city. Any one who may rjave sold you
imitation diamonds as Barrios has grossly deceived
The largest and most beautful collection of
imitation precious stones ever shown in this
city. Rings, Brooches, Pendants, Earrings, Scarf
Pins, Cuff Bitttons and Lockets, the equal in ap
pearance of pieces that cost from $25.00 to $175.00.
At $1.50 to$4.5o. . -
You must see and examine, these beautiful jewels
to appreciate their magnificence and splendor.
, Every stone has all the exquisite beauty and bril
liancy of a genuine diamond. The mountings are
heavy gold filled, carefully finished, and exact copies
of original pieces worth hundreds of dollars. Every
stone warranted to retain its brilliancy forever. '
Bafffios Diamonds Defy
^Examine fliese stones carefully they are ac
curately cut and perfectly polished. Every stone
GUARANTEED to be indestructible and to re
tain its beauty and brilliancy forever. You cannot
tell them.from the genuine.
uarant6 e each and every stone to retain its brilliancy forever and the mountings to give
DEMS MEET JAN. 12
Will Gather in Washington to FTx Place
Washington, Dec. 9.James K. Jones,
chairman of the democratic national com
mittee, to-day issued a call for the com
mittee -to. meet at the-'Shoreham hotel in
this.ci ty Tuesday, Jan. 12. for the pur
pose of deciding upon the time and place
of holding the democratic national con
Excursion Rates East
De c. 12 to 22 there will be low round
trip rates in effect from Minneapolis
to eastern points. Tickets good on the
Pioneer Limited, the train of trains,
and three other daily trains via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way. Albany, $40 Boston, $40Mon -
treal, $35Portland , Me., $40 Quebec
$40 Syracuse, $40 Toronto, $30 St.
John, N . B., $50. To" other points in
proportion. Tickets 328 Nicollet ave
nu e. W . B . Dixon, N . W . P . A., St.
Paul. -- .-.-.*
If you are going to want more or
different business help next year, a
Journal want- ad will reach the-best
class of bookkeepers, TstenograpRers,'
salesmen and clerks. - -- , -- * -", ^ --
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MONEY ALWAYS CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
MINNEAPOLIS: S15-S25 Nicollet Ave. ST. PAUL: Seventh and Robert Sts.
The New"Uetter" Laundry
Work will look like new. "We give choice of high polish or duUfinish.
Does Rest Work.
Using Only Filtered Water and Pure Soap.
Most Perfect Sanitary System.
And We Emphasi3e "Satisfaction Guaranteed.v.
Collars - - - . . I c Cuffs
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YOUNG MAN INSTANTLY KILLED.
Baraboo. Wis.. Dec. 9.-James Nelson
of North Freedom. 21 years old, attempted
to jump from a moving freight train at
Ableman last night, fell under the wheels
and was Instantly Killed. - tt - '
Pleated Shirts . i2ie
Waists. i5cup Wash Vests - .' i 5c up
Two days required to return good work. -"'- -- .
A ll losses made good. ' Night box in vestibule.
Sacramento-Johti FT. Wood, leader of the Fol
Bom convicts who broke Jail last summer, was
convicted of murder in the second degree. He is
already serving a Hfe sentence and so was or
dered to appear in court 100 years'from now for
'- *f .'"v^^T*** - *#
Sunny Brook is distilled and
aged in the good old honest
waynot by artificial meth
It is aged, bottled and sold
direct by the distillersa
guarantee that it is "Right:"
Journal Want Ads bring the best
returns for the money. That's why
they increase so fast.