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X2 FRIDAY EVENING,
IT Mid=Winter?Sale 4
Special Reductions in Alt Departments.
Not a basement rummage sale, but all really high grade
clothing, sold in broad daylight on first and second
floorsall our short lines-r
Moti'c Quit* $1
Men's overcoats gg^^:::::::::::: :::-::J8 8
BOYS' Suits gfsu^now^slo $18 Suits,.now..$13.0
BOYS' Overcoats $12 Coats, now 98.50 flf ggg IZ %\f
Child's Two-piece Suits |LSoand$8W5osuiiw
rW!H' TrirP,nirP MII*
Suits, now $ 6 $18 Suits, now. .$13.50
$25 suits, now. ti
CHAS. DENNEHY 6 CO.. Chicago.
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER* PILLS mnst bear
Facsimile Signature of
INDIGESTION CONSTIPATION DIZZINESS.
TVw TOUCH the
Genuine Wrapper Printed on
RED PAPER BLACK LETTERS
LooH fo* th Signature
That Blood poison existed among the ancients has
been proven beyond question. It has been traced back
thousands of years, and is as old as the Pyramids. This
blighting curse has been handed down from nation to
nation and from individual to individual till it has
spread to all parts of the world.
Contagious blood poison, as it is called in modern
times, begins with a small sore or ulcer through which
the virus enters the blood. This is followed by inflam
mation and swelling of the glands of the groins, a red eruption breaks out
on the body, sores appear in the mouth and the throat becomes ulcerated, and
as the disease takes a deeper hold and the blood becomes more thoroughly
infected, the hair and eyebrows drop out, the skin is spotted with copper-col-
ored splotches, the bones and muscles ache, and it seems to the victim of
this monster scourge there is not a sound spot in the whole body.
The horror of this awful disease
can never be told. The one who con
tracts it suffers in body and mind,
and if the poison is not eradicated
transmits the taint to his children,
and Contagious Blood Poison thus
becomes responsible for many of the
ills of childhoodSkin Eruptions,
Catarrhal Troubles, Sore Eyes, Scalp
Disease, White Swelling, Scrofula
and others just as bad. S. S. S., the
great vegetable blood purifier and
tonic, has long been recognized as a
jradical and safe cure for Contagious
Blood Poison. It counteracts the
deadly virus and cleanses and puri
fies the diseased blood, and under its
jtonic effects the general health im
proves and soon all signs of blood
poison are gone. The strong' mineral remedies, Mercury and Potash, which
are so often prescribed for the disease, dry up the sores, skin eruptions and
all external signs, but leave the stomach
and digestion ruined and the system in
such condition that the disease usually
returns in worse form than ever.
S. S. S. is guaranteed a purely vegeta
ble remedy. $i ,ooo is offered for.proofthat
it contains a single mineral ingredient. If
you have blood poison write for our special
book, describing the different stages and giving all the symptoms, with
Ssgi' directions for treating one's self at home. Our physicians will furnish any
i^* information or advice wanted free of charge.
!$ 6 92M
brings inree?piece amis
rhJIH 'c Sotlnr SITIIC $6 Suits, nowd $ 3
tniiq aanor amis $6 ^4
Child's Overcoats $6, $7 and $8.50 Coats, now. $3.7
r_i-_ owe $1*50 Gordon Fu$r Lined Caps, now $ 1
yyinier 1/aps High-grad0e Seal and other Fur Caps off
Gloves, $ 1 $1 Colored
Neckwear.. .39c Shirts 45c
C. J. OUTGESELL, Mgr. 415 to 419 Nicollet Ave.
It is not wise economy to save "the
slight difference in cost between Old
Underobf Rye and other whiskies"
when you get such superior quality in
SAD ALL THE SYMPTOMS.
As a result of a serious blood disorder
my blood became poisoned and I suf
fered severely with Rheumatism and
other symptoms not necessary to men
tion. A friend of mine told me that he
had been cured of my trouble by S. S. 3.,
and upon his reoommendation I began
its use. After usine it lor some time my
blood -was thoroughly oleansed of all
poison and made pure and strong: again
I wish also to speak of its tonlo prop,
erties. While purging my blood of
impurities it built up my general
health, improved my appetite, gave me
increased strength, and I felt better in
I am a great believer in S. S. S., and
with pleasure oommend it to all in need
of a blood medicine.
Tours very truly,
538 Walnut St., Lebanon, Pa.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, A.
BASKET BALlltAM HOME
The Minnesota bask'etbalf team has:
returned from its eastern trip,-having
defeated every university team 'it-
played. The only defeats suffered by
the gophers were at the hands of the
West Side Y. M. C. A. of Chicago, and
the Washington Continentals, a mili
tary organization at Schenectady,
On its record during the trip, Min
nesota is clearly entitled to claim the
college championship of the country.
The team defeated Williams College,
Rochester and Cornell, three of the
best eastern teams. Williams was
tied for the eastern championship
with Columbia, and by defeating the
former Minnesota practically cinched
the title, as Williams has defeated,.
Yale. Columbia practically forfeited
her claims "by refusing to play the* go^'
phers. In the east the general opin
ion, is that Minnesota is ahead of any
thing except Columbia, and that she is
at least-on a par with the New-York
Minnesota's next game will be With
,Grinnell*Feb. 11, at the. university ar
The second Company. ^basketball
team easily defeated Battery at the
armory last night by a score of 16 to 8.
Company B. Position. Battery B.
Wlcklund Blent Forward Beck
Scljoepf Left Forward .Wynne
Blackburn (Capt.) Center Francis (Capt.)
Berglund Right Guard Whitehead
Terrel Left Forward Nelson
Goal* from field, Wicklund 3, Schoepf 2, Beck
1, Wynne 2 goals from foul, Berglund 6,
The Central High school basket-ball
team will play the Lyndales on the lat
ter's floor to-morrow evening. An in
teresting game is promised as* both
teams are winners.
The Hawkeyese added another vic
tory to their list by defeating the fast
Gethsemane basket-ball team, on the
latter's floor by a score of 10 to 6. The
hawkeyes are considered one,of the
fastest teams in the twin cities. "For
igames address R. Michelsen, 145 East
"Jack"Delaney, the Exeter academy coach,
has accepted the proposition made to him by
Northwestern university. Delaney will coach
the track team, assuming the position which
has been left vacant by the resignation of
I think that within a year or so Thanksgiv
ing Day football games on Marshall field will be
This statement was made "by President Wil
liam R. Harper, In addressing the senior class
of the University of Chicago. He stated that
arrangements -were being made by Michigan,
Wisconsin and Chicago relative to the .dropping
of football games' between these teams on tjKat
day, and he thought within ,a .year, or BO that
this understanding would predominate.
the Japanese trainer who was at
Minnesota the first part of last. fall, h*s been
secured as assistant trainer by Illinois. He
will be practically head trainer, as he 'will be
second lii authority to Director Huff.
EASTERN TRIP AFTER WIN-
NING COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
President James A. Hart of the Chicago Na
tional league team reached that city to-day^
accompanied by. Ned Hanlon. and the eager fans,
gathered to hear how the "outlaw" league, wa#
enmeshed In. the folds of national agfeement
The 'list- of flayers qver whom there Is a
wrangle has not been generally known. Men
who are claimed ..by the outlaw. l,agwef
by other clubs are as follows: .vDlUori',vJa'st year
on the coast, now claimed by Brooklyn Flood,
who played second for Brooklyn last summer and
who has signed with a coast. team r^ernarl
with Toledo last season Keisllngy*j\%th' Toledo
last season and now claimed by" Putsbifrg Alas
sey, an Eastern league first baseman Waldron,
With the Western league last year. Marshall,
with Pittsburg part of last fall Blankenship
Toledo player, who" refuses to 'stand'"salary Wt eitfeTt^'will he"giten a few'pointerpr
Frisk, with Denye* for gaie and the exhibition promises to be ^Blfcat
W. W. IVorlmer's rink defeated S. F. Fuller
ton's last night In the play for the Jacobs cup
in the Flour City Curling club bonspiel. The
score was 18 to 10. This finishes thi .first draw
for this event. Two practice. max ^hes were
played. The scores:
Van Clark. B. Lorimer, Sandergon. W. W.
Lorimer (skip), 18 J. Hastings, Meyers, A.'
Thompson, Fullerton (skip), 10.
Mackerchar. Simpson. Sherman,- Blheldaffer
(skip), 10 Lake, Hall, Sowle, Tracy (skip). V.
Labatt, S. Hastings, Dunbar, T. Hastings
(skip), 12: Cullen, A. H. Thompson^. Macrae,
McLeod (skip), 7.
cut at the swamp eity ...._.
several seasons past Tom Itelehahty, dne-ot'the
fnmous Delehanty brothers Nadeau, with the
Ckas league last fall and now claimed by Brook
lyn .Beck,--who- was with the Southern league
in 1903 Castrox, with Rochester last year
Schlafley, who was on .Toe Cantillon's MUwaukee burg, holders of the eastern championship, mnb
team and wants to jumps Schmidt, a pitcher-' first of a series of $xe,
who came from the coast to Brooklyn: last sea- pennant. The 'game *was notably free from foul
son, and now wants to go home again G-anley,.
another of Cantillon's Milwaukee players Whit
ridge of Denver Buchanan, Jones and Yerkes,
pitchers of minor importance.
The organization of the Iowa-State Baseball Barkadoll, the champion of Wisconsin, and the
league was completed at Os'udoosa yesterday, pride of Milwaukee skating enthusiasts ,last
The forfeit money of six towns was accepted by I night at Milwaukee. The men started from op
the league management, two more to be taken.
Burlington, Keokuk. Ottumwa, Marshalltown,
Waterloo and Fort Dodge were accepted. Oska
loosa, Muscatine," Bbbne, Centerville, Galesburg
and Clinton are. endeavoring to organize. P. C.
Korton of Burlington was elected "president of
the league and J. W. Myers of Waterloo vice
Skip Pritchard's is "the only Chicago rink left
in the three events in the Milwaukee-Curling
club bonspiel, Skip Nelson having defaulted to
S"kip Pritohard in the visitors' event. His rink
plays Skip Kelm of Portage in the finals to
day. Skip Kelm of the Portage rink defeatedr
Skip Stevenson of Houghton in the consolation
event yesterday, and Skip Hobertson of Milwau
kee will meet Skip Schemmel's rink in the
flnala In the first event to-day.
The second annual bonspiel of the Winnebago
City Curling club was held this:
from Vernon Center and Mapleton were present.
The firs# event, the Faribault County Bank tro
phy, was woiJ by F. G. Wasgatt's rink from
C. H. Garnsey's rink, both of Winnebago City,
by a score of 14 to 5. The consolation prize
was won by Tom Taylor's rink of Mapleton
against A.' E. Quimby's rink of Vernon Center
by a score of 19 to 4.
The midwinter trap tournament at Omaha'
drew a large crowd of shooters from Nebraska.
Iowa, Kansas,' Missouri and South Dakota, and
some fine scores were made. The- weather was
sharp and cold. There was little wind and
conditions were tlpe for work over the traps.
In the sweepstakes, twenty-five live birds,
there were forty-six entries at $20 each. The
birds were swift ones and the scores were:
Anderson, 25 Tipton, 25 Burnsides, 24 Klein,
24 Holmes, 24 Fogg, 24 Cunningham, 23
Dr. Downs, 23 Timberlake, 23 Johnson, 23
Dvorak, 23 B., 23 Lideman, 23 Henshaw, 22
Schroedor, 22 Ford, 22 O'Brien. 22 Stafford,
22 Veitch, 22 Berlnd, 22 Townsend, 22
Rogers, 22 Sievers, 22 Bray, 21 Arnold, j
Terryberry, 20 Zlm, 20 Norton,-20 Burmeiste:j
20 BramhaU, 20.
Results of other matches were:
The Combs CupSeverson, 23 Ford,-23. Tie.
The Dickey Bird CupSeverson, 2,5 Townsend,
Charles F. Conklin of Chicago and Dr. L. L.
Miall of New York were the winners of the'
games played yesterday In the national amateur
billiard championship tournament at New York.
They defeated J. De Mun Smith of St. Louis
and Arthur Townsend of Brooklyn.
ConklinTotal, 300 high runs, 41, 86, 32
average, 7 6-42.
SmithTotal, 246 high runs, 60, 88, Slj av
Dr. MlalTotal, 300 high runs, 62, 85, 82}
TownsendTotal, 263 high runs,' 40, 88, '20
average, 6 29-89.
The first of a aeries of athletic entertainment*
was given last night at the Minneapolis Ama
teur Athletic club. The program included boxing,
wrestling, tumbling, barwork, fencing and hand
ball. Joe Keller and Tom Russell put up a
lively sparring bopt. G. L. Townsend. boxed
some fast rounds with Percy Cage and Trafford
Jayne. R. L. Weston and A. B. Mallett gave
a splendid exhibition of fencing, and Felkey
and Cole wrestled for fifteen minutes without re
sults. The exhibitions will be~glven every week,
and are free to all. grot
Monday and Tuesday at the Lyceum?
A royal nlfiht.,
On the Table
S5c i 40 75c.
Ladies' and Children's pure wool ribbed
and cashmere/Hose, regular QCA
price 50c, for fc**t#
Children's heavy fleece, ribbed Union
Suits, gray color, regular price QRn
59c, for..... wv
Ladies' 35c and 50c Golf Gloves... 25c
Ladies' Turn-over and Stole
Collars, 50c and 59c kinds.....
Men's blue,heavy ribbed Shirts
and Drawers, 50c quality
Men's fancy Lisle thread Hose,
Men's Silk'Neckwear, regular QRA
50c quality,..,........... 1...
Ladies*^Belts, Hose Supporters, Waist
Sets, Fakicff Stationery Wrist Bags,
one otthce'^Woodworth's Best Per
fume, all worth 29c to 39c,
for i i'i
Remnants fine White Goods,
worth to 45c, for.
A pair of good heavy Huck
Towels 3 Pillow Cases....
Children's wnite Silk Caps,
worth 35c to 39c
Children's Jra and white
Underwaists, worth 39c
Ladies' ventilating arid form*
fitting Bustlesthe 39c kind
Belt Buck^ SetsOxidized, gun metal,
i and xp\io& gold belt.buckle sets. These
sets are composed
The Portage Lake^hcSckey seven,- winner of last
Adolph O.^ Andersen'of Chicago, the champion
amateur ice ska.ter of Illinois, defeated Norval
posite sides of the track and neither, gained
him np physically and mentally,
replenish his waning vitality and
make him strong and well.
WHAT CATARRH REAIXY MEANS.'
Mucu-Tone is primarily a catarrh
cure but the term catarrh is very
broad. It signifies a congestion
of the mucous membranes due to
the inability of the body, through
close confinement and lack of out
door exercise, to throw off the
poisons that gather in the system,
a condition that affects the entire
organism of the sufferer, causing
him to feel run down, worn out,,
weak, nervous and despondent.
Mucu-Tone not only corrects
these conditions, driving out the
poisons and restoring health, but
it is a powerful tonic and system
builder as well," It brings' new1
StatejbCliampionshipti last night t
Houghton, Mich., defeated the Bankers of .Pitts-
The price wiU be 49b. ORQ
Tom Jenkins, the heavv-weight Wrestler, who is
to appear in Minneapolis Tuesday night in a
handicap match, with local men,, will We. an
%xWblMon atithe ^R?A A. Vh^iPTening. Loc^a
.games for the Americae
lug and rough play and was the fastest seen
this season. The score, was 1i to 3..
25c- 25c 25c
any advantage for three laps. After that An
derson began to -:gain slowly. The half was
skated in 1:28,- and the' mile in" 3:03%. When
the" pistol was fired at the- fourteenth lap for
the. final sprint, -Anderson had gained fifty yards.
Barkadoll was. not in as good condition as An
derson and was unable to sprint at the finish and
the Chicago man won by 100 yards in 6:13 nat.
A new trotting ..record, .of .2:16
established On the ice on Lake George yesterdaytswa
in the free-for-all race when Virico, owned by
.Tflhn J. Cunningham of Sandy Hill, broke Ger
ner's record of %:Wfa, made at Ottawa last
winter. Vlnco went the oth&rheats in 2:17% and
WORKS TOO HARD
wife feels that her
husband, woj&s too hard, and
worries because he will not take
the rest she knows he needs. She
sees how tired and exhausted he
is at night and how his sleep fails
to rest him. ^he knows that his
business is killing himbut she
also knows that he will stick to'
his work just as long as he is
able to stand.
If he could only take a vaca
tion, if she could only get him
away from business for a few
weeksbut that is out of the
It is in cases of this kind that
Rexall Mucu-Tone proves its rare
We could do a-great work, if
we could only convince every
woman who reads this newspaper
that Rexall Mucu-Tone will do
her tired-put husband as much good
as a vexation--that it will brace
energy, cheerfulness, hopefulness,
after the first few doses, and its con
tinued use for a few weeks works
permanent benefits in the nerves,
muscles and sinews of the entire
Just persuade your husband to
try Mucu-Tone, and note the won
derful change within a few days.
It is your duty, and when he ex
periences the new life and strength
it brings him, he will thank you
from the bottom of his heart.
You need not hesitate buying
a bottle of Rexall Mucu-Tone
our guarantee protects you com
pletely. If for any reason you
We*e you at THE SALE yesterday?~THE MAKE ROO SALE.
If you were you are helping us advertise it. You are telling your friends about the SPLEN-
DID bargains you got. If you were not," don't let Saturday pass and find you still unmindful
of your interest, for you S certainly are missing the GREATEST BARGAINS of the season.
To make this sale all the more interesting we've arranged Four Special Price Tables in rear
part of the store. WeVe collected specials from all departments at STARTLING PRICES,
and will spread for Saturday the greatest BargMn Feast you ever saw. The special tables
will be marked 25c, 75c, $1.50 and $2.00. On each table will be goods worth TWO, THREE
and FOUR TIMES THE PRICE ASKED, Come early and stay along time it will pay you.
Goods on this table worth
Ladies' very fine all wool plain and rib
bed Hose, regular $1.00 and ^fW%g%
$1.25 kind *t#
Children's fine natural wool "fR^
union suits, worth $1.85, for... *UV
Ladies' natural gray union suits-^reg
ular price $1.25 and $1.50 7RA
1 dozen good large fringed
Remnants good table damask..... .75
Waist patterns of fine
2 large heavy sheets for. .75
Men's full dress shirts, $1.25 kind. .75c
Men's .fine wool Shirts and
drawers, $1.25 kind......,..
Men's $1.25 blue flannel Over E A
Men's kid and heavy work "7 *5o
mittens, $1.00 kind...........
Ladies' 26-inch Gloria Silk Urn- ^W%*%
brellas, worth $1.50. OIP
Music Rolls, worth $1.50 .75c
Entire stock of Ladies' fleece lined
Dressing Sacques and-Wrap- "7ISf*
pers, worth 89c to $1.98, all at
^Ladies': cotton Shirt Waists, made of
plain and fancy white fabrics, 7RA
worth to $1.75 uw
Misses'good all wool walking 7RA
Skirts, worth$2.50, for.....-i. **v
Invitations are out for the banquet to be
given Feb. 2J by. Captain George McGregor in
honor of the South Side high school football
toam. The gathering will be kti the home of
Mr. McGregor, 3323 Elliott avenue S, a & in ad
dition to the champions, will include well known
"football men and a number of noted rooters.
HEALTH BETTER THAN FOR
"Gentlemen:I'wasrun down and
worn out. Couldn't eat and couldn't
sleep. As tired in the morning as when
I went to bed.. Unable to concentrate
my mind and business simply going to
the dogs. Tried Mucu-Tone under
protest. Saw no,reason-why a catarrh
remedy would do me any good and was
disgustei with medicine in general.
Took your advice finally and am mighty
glad I did. Two months of thisremedy
fixed me up. Health now better than
for years. Many thanks.
Box No. 675, Pittsburg, Pa,
are not more than satisfied, return
the empty bottle to us and we
will promptly refund the money.
Could any offer be fairer than that?
We know what Rexall Mucu-Tone
has done for thousands of worn
put, discouraged men and women,
and we believe that your case will
be no exception.
Sold only at our store. Large
.bottles, 89 cents."
BROS. DRU CO
Two stores^ comer linn?pin a^d^Waehifigton, and' corner Seventh. ta*eet and
5. 1904. ,v-i^4'\'\i 'r.^A**.. v\,^ v3*
NICOLLET AVENUE AND SEVENTH STREET.
to St. Louis and Hot Springs
The "Hock Island" is the short line to St. Louis.
'The exact difference in its favor between the Twin
Cities and St. Louis is 22 miles.
There are other advantages, quick time, modern
equipment, scenery interesting, for more than 200
miles along the banks of the Mississippi, double
daily service, Only One Night Out to Hot Springs.
Morning train leaves Minneapolis at 9:10. Even
ing train at 7:00 o'clock.
Full information and Hot Springs literature atthis
Goods on this Table worth
$1.98 to $3.25
W. B. Corset, erect form in black only,
regular $2.25 kind, ^i"! Rffi
Fine. heavy fringed bed
spreads, extra large, for..
One d6z|n fine heavy all
12 yds twilled linen crash,
worth 16c yard, for
1 dozen pillow cases,
2 and 3 yard pieces of fine
Table Linen for..
12-yard pieces of good
quality Long Cloth for...
Ladies' Wool and Fancy
Waists, worth to $3.00, ft *A
Ladies' Walking Skirts of good qual
ity plain and fancy mate
rials, worth to $3.75, for
$2.50 Men's Wool Under
wear. $3,50 Men's fine Worsted
$1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50
Goods on this table worth
Ladies' fine tailor-made Skirts, all up-to
date materials, worth $5.98. for
Ladies' fine new Spring Waists, in dif- A
ferent materials, worth $4.50, for mm
Children's fine heavy Gloaks, well made d^A
and trimmed, worth $5.00, for. Sfc
Fine heavy Marseilles Bed Spreads, ele
gant patterns, worth $2.75 and $8.25....
W. i~ HATHAWAY,
City Passenger Agent,
322 Nicollet Av, Minneapolis, Minn.
F. D. LYON, District Passenger Agent.