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EVERYTHING TO EAT.
Telephone Orders Promptly Tilled.
&.1W Sugar S
Extra FlOUr^round 98-lb!aack$Z sOD
Domestic Macaroni ilwTc
Uneeda Biscuit 4c
Greening Apples & 30c
Marrowfat Peas S.?!^....8c
Standard Tomatoes SET... TC
Good Brooms 20c
Full Gream Cheese K.... fOc
12 Boxes Parlor Matches,9c
(Vi gallon 60o: quart SOo)
Best New York,
gallon, in your jug.-...._.,
Cider Cold Water Starch """t
age, a* OG
California Prunes 1 3c
Dried Peaches pom 9c
Best Rolled Oats pound 3c
Gilt Edge Beets, 15c tin 8c
Assorted Jam, 15c tin 10c
Assorted Soups, 25c can 15c
lMnk. Salmon, can 9c
Archer Laundry Starch, 6-lb box.45o
Archer Laundry Starch, 1-lb pkg., 8c
Hartley Marmalade, 25o pkg. .20c
Bishop Grapo Frultate, 40c ,lar... 35c
Honeymoon Jam, Damson Plum.. .20c
Monarch Jam, assorted 25c pkg... 20c
Apple Butter, 5-lb Jar 50c
15c bottlo Olives 10c
Best Imported Olive Oil, $1 bottle.75o
Bayle's Horso Radish and Mustard
25o jar 20o
Monarch Catsup, 25c bottle.......20c
Finest Imported Figs, special, lb..20c
(Packed in 1-lb boxes.)
Small Imported Figs, per lb...... 8c
Medium Imported Figs, per lb..,.10o
Large Imported Figs, per lb 12o
Persian Dates, per lb 5o
Halloween Dates, per lb 8o
Fine Roll and Print Butter, lb... .17o
Good Creamery Butter, lb... 22c
5-lb Jar Good Dairy Butter 90c
Charlotte Russe, each 5o
Whipped Cream Puffs, doz ,.25o
Chocolate Eclairs, each........... 3o
Frosted Raisin Coffee Cake, each, ,10c
Macaroons, doz 10c
Pineapple Pie, each 15o
Apricot Pie, -each... 8c
Fresh Baked Nut Bread, loaf.,..18o
Large loaf Good Bread 3c
Pulled Bread always fresh.
The following goods sold at these
prices, subject to stockfirst come,
Cremo, the advertised 5c straight
cigar, box of 50 .$1.59
Polls, a well-known Be cigar, box
of 50 $1.59
Judge Taft few cigars are bet
ter known, box of 50 .$1.59
Justice Harlan, a good 5o smoke,
box of 50 $1.59
Any of the above Cigars, 8 for 25c.
Some well known 10c straight Ci
gars, 7c each per hundred, $7.00.
Brands as follows:
La Vhinda, Duke of Parma, Tuval,
Habana Imperial, FJ Firma, Seal of
Minnesota, El Symphony, Aquilas.'
Fresh Dressed Turkeys .18o
Fresh Dressed Ducks 16o
Fresh Dressed Hens 14c
Choice Poterhouse Steak 15o^
Choice Sirloin Steak lie
Choice Round Steak 10c
Choice Shoulder Steak 9o
Choice Hamburger 8o
Choice Standing Rib Roast 12'/2C
Choice Rib Roast, Rolled.. .10c, 12'/2C
Choice Pot Roast 6c, 7c, 8o
Choice Rib Boiling Beef 4c
Choice Leg of Lamb 12'/2C
Choice Leg of Mutton 10c
Choice Lamb Chops 10c
Choice Lamb Stew 5c
Choice Pork Chops 9o
Choice Pork Loin Roast 9o
Choice Pork Sausage 10c
Choice Pork Shoulders 7c
Choice Pork Spare Ribs 8c
No. 1 Sugar Cured Select Ham... .lie
Bacon, a bargain llo
Swift Winchester Picnic Ham.... 8c
Must be sold this week at
Last week's shipments delayed on
account of cold weather arriving
in elegant condition and
MUST BE SOLD
Pork Steaks and
Sausage, 1U. Pork and Beef
Roasts, lb 5,000 lbs. New
20,000 lbs. Fresh
and Salt Pork,
Spare Ribs and
Butter Leaf Lard g%
and Pork Loins,
^:^pi? ^7" *w?$*-$x$~
SS... 9 and II So. 3rdSt
CITY NEW S.
Special sale on frames made to order
259 moulding, 20c foot 20o moulding, 15c
15o molding, 10c, Bintliff "s, -.4,17 '1st av S.
Defalcations are steadily increasing.
Bond your employes with "Fred I* Gray
Company, Guaranty Building. (Both
Subscribe for all magazines, papers, etc.,
and get your binding done at Century
News Stand, 6 Third street, near Hennepin
Mrs. H. S. Goldblum of the Syndicate Ar
cade, will have on sale Saturday any hat
in the house for $3. Values from $6 to $30
At the Jewish Reform temple. Tenth
street and Fifth avenue S, this evening,
Rev. S. H. Deln'ard will speak on "Pillars
That Guide Us."
Mendenhall, the florist. 37 Sixth street
S, Minneapolis, continues to get up the
finest funeral flowers. Also ships them to
any part of the northwest.
All members of the Practical Stonema
sons' union are requested to attend the
next regular meeting Tuesday night, Feb.
9, as important business will be trans
McKinley tent, Kinghts of the Macca
bees, will meet to-night at Easthagen's
hall, Twenty-fourth avenue and Bloom
ingtoh. State Commander I. N. Chellew
of St. Paul will be present. All sir knights
are urged to attend the review.
Oscar Newman, a, butcher living at 121
Tenth avenue NE, was thrown fro.m his
rig last night and seriously injured. His
horse became frightened and ran across
the Twentieth avenue bridge. When the
man was thrown out his head struck an
iron girder. The physicians are doubtful
as to his recovery.
The "Nicollet" Has Sold Out.
The $30,000 stock of The Nicollet
Clothing House, Third St, is now on
sale at Half Price, in Basement Sales
room of "The Plymouth," Sixth St.
MUCH WARMER TO-DAY
Railroads Venture to Ship Perishable
Goods Once More.
The orient is not the .only cloudy place
In the world. The "war clouds" may be
"lowering in the far. east," but foggy
smoke clouds are doing a similar stunt in
Minneapolis, and, in fact, all 'over the
United States, to-day. It has been snow
ing in the British possessions in the north
west, but temperatures are generally mild.
Prince Albert Is the coldest place on
the weather map, with 14 degrees below,
zero. It was 14 degrees above zero in
Minneapolis this morning at 8 o'clock, a
change of 24 degrees in twenty-four hours.
Yesterday was the first day since the cold
snap that the railroads ventured to start
out cars loaded with perishable goods.
The weather bureau forecasts snow to
night and Saturday and colder Saturday.
Section Observer Outram does not think
.the mercury will reach the zero mark.
The mails are arriving nearer on time,
the train furthest off schedule being two
hours and forty-five minutes late.
Buy a Fur Coat Now.
Plymouth prices have reached bottom.
it Will Be Addressed by Fire Chief and
The Searchlight club of, the M. C. A.
will hold an open meeting next Monday
evening. The subject chosen for this
meeting is "The Fire Conditions and Reg
ulations for the City of Minneapolis."
Speakers will be J. R. Canterbury, chief
of the city fire department J. G. Hough
ton, building inspector, and A. ,B. Cham
berlain, chairman of the investigating
committee recently appointed by the Com
Supper will be served at 7 o'clock at
the association building and immediately
following the supper the discussion will
open. Any who may care to attend will
notify the secretary of the club, O. J.
Stirratt, at the Y. M. C. A. building. The
meeting is open for both ladles and gen
Buy a Fur Coat Now.
Plymouth prices have reached bottom.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee of Colfax avenue
entertained the Thirteenth Ward Cinch club on
Wednesday evening. Mrs. Etta Curie, Misses
Brenner and Bolstad. Messrs. Richardson, Lee
and Curie received favors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Curie will entertain the club nex.t.
Cured hy Iron-Ox in a Short Time,
One of the most extraordinary cases
on record is that of J. W. Cottom of
Winchester, Ind., who, after 66 years
of suffering from chronic constipation
and its attendant ills, writes as fol
lows: "I am using Iron/Ox Tablets,
and have been astonished at the re
sults. I am almost 86'years of age,
and have been constantly constipated
since I was 20 years old, compelled
to take medicine to move my bowels.
After using Iron-Ox a short time, I
have daily evacuations.J. W. Cottom,
Iron-Ox Tablets relieve constipation
by stimulating the stomach and bowels
to natural action. They tone up the
entire digestive system, causing per
fect digestion, perfect assimilation, and
a natural flow of fluids. This purga
tives and cathartics cannot do.
By curing Indigestion and constipa
tion, and causing normal action of the
liver and kidneys, Iron-Ox Tablets,
purge the blood of impurities which
produce disfiguring skin eruptions and
Besides this, they contain in con-.
venient form the active principle of
nerve and brain food, so that they are
unequaled system builders.
Remember, Iron-Ox Tablets are not
purgative or cathartic in their effect
they are tonic-laxative they cure by
building up the entire system. They
grow increasingly effective with con
tinued use. Purgatives and cathartics
give only temporary relief by violent
and injurious actionthey do far
more harm than good and soon lose
Fifty Iron-Ox Tablets in an attrac
tive aluminum pocket-case, 25 cents,
at druggists, or postpaid, on receipt
of price. The Iron-Ox Remedy Co.,
Lyman-Eliel Drug Co.. Minneapolis,
CHINES E NE W
BEGINNING O N FEB. 18
Old Grudges Willv Be Temporarily
Forgotten, Visits Will Be
changed and Gifts Will Be Showered
-Big Feast ia Conies -on F,eb.-flT.
New Years is coming in a ewweejk
in Minneapolis and all over the coun
try. This may seem strange in light
of the' facts'that the insurance com
panies' and- patent medicine dealers
have nearly finished distributing cal
endars for 1904, but it is true, never
theless. The celebration will, not be
generally observed by the residents of
Minneapolis, but every citizen of Chi
nese-birth is looking toward it with
The Chinese New Year falls on Feb.
18 this year. There are more than 100
celestials in Minneapolis and each one
of them is getting ready for the holi
day: Boxes of delicacies are arriving,
but none is opened. They are careful
ly stored away to await the festivities
of the New Year. Gallons of rice wine
are in storage, and riot until Feb. 17
will the corks begin to fly.
The day of days is Feb 17, or the
day. before the Chinese New Year
opens. On this day, wherever two or
three celestials are gathered together
there is a feast. The banquet board
is laid and none is allowed to leave
it until he is thoroly satisfied. The
following day, New Yearns "is a fast
day. The "heavy' delicaqies" being
put away and only plain'fare of vege
tables is allowed. -At-6 o'clock the
first salute of firecrackers' begins.
This is continued hourly until 6
o'clock in the evening.!
The Chinese pay visits. from store
to store and from laundry, to laundry.
Social lines are closely drawn, the
business men among the 'Celestials
selves, while those
BETA'S ANNUAL BANQUET
Large Number of Alumni
A. Sullwold, Frederick G. Schipper, Jack
Albert Scherf of Red Wing.
SHOOTS HER DAUGHTER
walks of life foregather in their own
haunts. Every visitor is presented
with, a gift and gives, presents in re
turn. The visitor is .offered small
cakes, fruits and wines. The,visitor
leaves his store and'makes the rounds
Qf the houses of his friends'. s soon
as he has called on all of them he
returns home, throws open,, his
house and his friends'flock in.','It is
the season of "great happiness" for'
The wine is sparingly handled
When the average American of bibu
lous tendencies starts'out to cele
brate the New Year he imbibes until:
he cannot lie down on an .asphalt street
without holding on. With the China
man it is different. The festivities
last for a week, or two weeks, or more
and no one pdoposes to go "under the
table" at such an early stage of the
game. The sobriety is caused more
by forethought for the morrow than
by an inherent desire to regard .the
laws of nature.
On New Year's Day the Chinaman
temporarily forgives all injuries and
regards every man as his friend.
After the festivities all old grudges
and hates are taken with a cheer
fulness peculiar to the Oriental na
ture. The celebration continues as
long as supplies or conditions .'war-
rant. They may endure a month or
may come to a does within a week.
The cusjtoms and etiquette of the
Chinese -New Year are preserved
nearly as possible in America, altho
changes have been found necessary.
In Minneapolis there will be no visits
to joss houses, or processions in hon
or of the various deities. The social
side of the celebration is predominant
and the mission of every Chinaman is
to increase the sum of human happi
ness for himself and his neighbor.
A goodly number of the members of the
Northwestern Alumni association and'uhi
versity chapter of^the Beta Theta PI fra
ternity gathered at the Aberdeen hotel, St.
Paul, last evening for the joint annual,
banquet of the association and chapter. m^le st 16 eczema,o 1 lichen, 2 urticaria
Henry B. Taylor acted as toastmaster!
and the following responded to- toasts:
Judge William Van Devanter, of the Unit
ed States circuit court of. appeals Colonel
Frank M. Joyce, Cyrus P. Barnum.and Ed
ward B. Sanford of Minneapolis, and Al
bert J. Dickinson and J. M. Hawkes of St.
Kesolutions appropriate to the death of
the late General George L. Becker, a
member of the fraternity, were presented
by P. D. Montfort,
Martin H. Albin.
Those present were:
From St. PaulJudge Willis Van De
vanter, Judge E. A. Jaggard, Dr. W. A.
Dennis, Rev. H. D. Taylor, Joseph M.
Hawks, Frederick D. Montfort, Charles G.
Rank, Charles L. Hommers, Harry S. Som
mers, Martin H. Albin, Albert J. Dickin
son, Clinton J. Backus, Ferdinand Otto
Wilhus and Captain A. O. Powell.
From MinneapolisFrank M. Joyce,
William C. Keyes, Walter
Thorpe, Robert I. Thompson, Edward P. has not been followed up because the girl
Sanford, Percy Saunders, Charles P. Sig
erfobs, Charles F. Silloway, Edward J,
Skewls, Willis V. Silverthorne, Roy H.
Smith, Paul Jdslin.
From the Minnesota ChapterMorris L.
Arnold, Cyrus P. Barnum, Roy E. Camp
bell, William H. Hale, Edward M. Hawes,
Richards G. Henderson, Benjamin L.
Huff, Albert C. Kock, Ray R. Knight*
Frederick A. Larsen, Harry D. Lyon,
Ralph Fritz McDougall, Archibald G.
Powell, Jr., F, C. Powell, L. E. Tomm,
Ricker Van Metre,. George. O. Van Dusen,
THE MINNEAPOLIS* JOURNAli
AR E ATTRAGTHf E
NEARLY EVERY DISTRICT
Miss Alys Martitt of New Richmond
Put Forward by the, Republican
Voice As a Candidate for One of
urn a I Trips.
es i 3
Mrs. Charles Axtel Accidentally Wounds
Little Girl with Revolver.
Mrs. Charles Axtel, 2809 Bloomlngton
avenue, while taking an old revolver from
a dresser drawer yesterday afternoon, ac
cidentally shot her little daughter in the
In going thru the dresser Mrs. Axtel no
ticed the revolver, which had been used
by members of the family in Fourth of
July celebrations for several years. She
started to lay the weapon on the table, i _.,..h ,,-f
tuklnir rar* the muzzlp wi not rolnt
taking car,e tneo muzzle was not pointed i at any one alth she thought that it was I
not loaded. some way the gun. was
discharged,'thIn bullet strinkln the
of a trunk, glancing and entering the girl's
right leg just below the knee.
It was thought at first that tlje bone
had been fractured, but it, was learned
later that the injury was only a painful
flesh wound and would not be serious.
JOINS CHOIR CELESTIAL
A Minneapolis Boy Soprano Is Going on
Master Alfred Carey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Carey, Groveland flats, is to
leave to-morrovr evening with Gertrude
Haynes' "choir celestial," which is one of
the "Fatal Wedding" features. Alfred
has a high, clear soprano voice and was
regarded as a great find by Miss Haynes.
has been trained by George H. Norm
ington and has sung in St. Mark's choir.
Solo parts will be assigned to him from
The Rush for Clothing Bargains.
The "Nicollet" stock at half price in
Plymouth Basement Salesroom.
I Defective Pag*
turned in as fast as
possible to Miss Mattin. All subscriptions
secured as well a%- renewals should also
be turned over to her as fast as secured.
This whole territory is going to be
thoroly canvassed and worked, and all of
Miss Martin's friends and all of their
friends are going to help her win this
This contest is somewhat different from
the one in which Miss Rose Early was a
conspicuous winner. Miss. Early had to
be one of a lucky six and had to com
pete against twin city candidates as well
as the entire field. Miss Martin to win
must get the highest number of votes in
what has been designated the third dis
trict of Wisconsin, which comprises St.
Croix and twenty-two other counties in
That she will do it is assured, for The
Minneapolis Journal is better known and
now more generally taken in St. Croix
than in any of. the other counties in the
district. Miss Martin was selected as New
Richmond's candidate. Her name was
sent in Saturday and with it went 6,000
votes. She had another 5,000 last night.
Offers of assistance, are deluging her from
abroad and here/ at home.
If you are nojt, a. subscriber to. The Min
neapolis Journal, subscribe now thru Miss
Martin. If you are a subscriber, renew
your subscription for-a-year at least and
see that Miss Martin gets credit for it.
Cut out the coupons and see to It that they
are turned'in to her Within the time limit.
JRoom for Everybody.,
The ReimbiicanrV-oice lias told The
a l's pfjpry. ?so well there is
nothing vmore^t^ isay. Wit h, such a
loyal home pssper backing her, Miss
Martin IS sure.*Qf making.it interest
ing for her competitors. It is any
body's race tho. Vote coupon and
entry blank on another page.
Complete vote up to Friday night
will be published in Saturday's Jour
LOOK LIKE SMALLPOX
Many Other Eruptive Diseases Are
taken for This One.
Eruptive diseases suspected as small
pox do not always sustain the preliminary
diagnosis. Out of 242 cases reported as
casfe her wer
boils/3 svphilis, 1 shingles.
2 itch, 1 impetigo 2.
GIRL BRUTALLY ATTACKED
Ruffian Threatened Her With Revolver
But She Escaped.
Annie Inlander, 18 years old, was bru
tally attacked by a big negro in Elliott
park, Tuesday evening about 10 o'clock.
Colonel Joyce and she lives at Fourth, avenue and Thirteenth
street S, and had been to see a dressmak
er. She was returning ihru the park
when she was suddenly seized by the rif
fian who threw her-to the ground threat
ening her with a revolver. She fought
desperately. Before the man could ac
complish his purpose, he saw some one
approaching and allowed the girl to go.
The girl found when she had made-sure
of her escape that, she had lost her hat,
but was too frightened to return for it.
Hannibal The matter was reported to the police, but
Nils O. Werner, Carrol N. Smith,* Herbert doubt the statement and, in fact, have
no belief in it whatever. The reason
for this is-that so much is claimed for
the Cure-air it is Impossible for any
one to believe it if the advertiser con
fined his claims to the curing of one
disease, as do the proprietors of Pyra
mid Pile Cure, readers" would have
much more faith in published testi
monials. Those -familiar with this
great remedy'know that testimonials
as to, its merit may be relied upon im
plicitly, -also-that the cures brought
about by its use are little short of
marvelous. The genuineness of the
testimonial here. given is vouched fodr
and is but one of
could not identify the man, hav
ing failed to get a good look at his face.
A PLEASANT SURPRISE
In Store for Those Who Doubt.
When you read that a sufferer of
many years' standing has been, com
pletely restored to health by using
Smith's Cure-all, you are inclined
The' Jou n, a l's .world's fair .vot
ing contest haS "taken" all over the
northwest. Nearly all of the forty,
districts are already represented with
Journal readers appreciate that a
trip to St* Louis *o see the big show,
with ail expenses paid by The
Journal, is worth working for.
A Wisconsin Boom.
The Kepublicaji-Voice of New Rich
mond, Wis., comes out.' this week
strongly, for its favorite candidate as
Miss Alys Martin is going to spend a
week in St, Lotiis in June attending the
That's a cinch.
She is going as the guest of The Min
neapolis Journal' aboard a special train
of Pullman sleepers and dining cars, The
Journal bearing all the expense of the
That's as good as settled right now.
The Journal has begun a contest
that is to decide who "will
the forty -most popular contest
ants in the states of Minne
sota, Wisconsin, Iowa, the Dakotas and
Michigan. Votes will be credited on the
basis of one vote for each cent paid, with was also one of the organizers, and who
a special credit of 1,000 votes for a year's
subscription to The Journal in ad
There is printed each night on the want
ad page of The Journal a coupon,
which, if cut out, properly filled out and
turned in within the time limited speci
fied in each coupon, counts as one vote
for Miss Martin.
These should be
MR MARK S IS PENITENT
E TAKES STEPS TO SPREAD
BROADCAST THE WORD OF HIS
CHANGE OF SPIRIT.
Somewhere there is in. the city a most
repentant gentleman who signs himself
"J. M. Marks," and who, being clothed
In sack cloth and ashes spreads the
good news of his abjectness on the backs
of postal cards and clutters up the mails
There have been going to various ad
dresses of late the following message 'from
the poor in spirit, written neatly with a
typewriter on the back of a postal card
and signed in ink:
Copy of postal to Rer. J. A. Bedient, Los
Minneapolis,. FOD. 4, 1904-
Frienfl Bedient: Everything tliat I have said
against you is false. Everything you have B&id
against ine is true therefore I abhor royBelf and
repent In dust' and ashes. Duplicates sent to tea
others and to four papers. Your friend,
J. M. Marks.
It is presumed that having thus given
himself a comforting certificate of char
acter, "Mr. Marks" feels better. But his
name is not found in the city directory,
and there is no lecord of the residence in
this city of any Rev. Mr. Bedient.
T. A. S. ANNIVERSARY
South Minneapolis Society Will Celebrate
The South Minneapolis Total Abstinence
society will celebrate its twentieth anni
versary by a festival to-morrow evening,
at Hegha hall, Cedar avenue and Two
and-a-Malf street S. The speakers will
be Mrs. Anna Qvale-Fergstad.the first Nor
be weglan lady that ever lectured on tem
perance in America Mrs. T. H. Dahl,
wife of the president of the United church
Professor S. Oftedal, one of the organiz
ers of the society, and Judge A. Holt, who
wrote the first constitution of the society.
The Trinity church choir will sing two
numbers, and instrumental music will be
furnished by a. string band and by Mr.
Berge, a flutist, and Carl M. Johnson, a
violinist. Professor J. L. Nydahl will act
a s. toastmaster. Refreshments will be
served at 10 o'clock.
A Drop of Blood
Taken from a person who has for
a few months used Vernal' Palmettona
(formerly known as'Vernal Saw Pal
metto Berry Wine) is pure and free
We say a few months, because it
takes time to overcome the effect of
years of careless living in the matter
of diet, sleep and dissipation. This
great one dose a day remedy gives
quick relief from indigestion, consti
ipation, dyspepsia, headache and all
kinds of kidney, liver and stomach
trouble, but as the impurities entered
the system slowly, so they must be
gotten rid of.
Poison and disease germs creep into
the blood through the retention of
impure waste matter in the stomach
and bowels and through inactive kid
neys and a -lazy liver. Vernal Pal
mettona gives gentle aid to the weak
ened digestive organs. Gradually they
gain strength and are finally able to
perform their natural functions with
out any help. When this stage is
reached, use a little judgment in what
you eat and drink and you will have
no more trouble. You'll be able to
do twice as much work as before,
whether it is done with your hands
Perhaps you have read this kind of
talk before, arid have found the rem
edy talked about to be a flat failure
in your case, if "so,-you are preju
diced. Knowing that such a preju
dice, -often existSt we give every one
a chance to. try Vernal Palmettona
before they buy. It is on sale at all
leading drug stores, but you can try
it free of expense. Write us for a free
sample bottle to-day. It will be
promptly sent postpaid. If it does you
good, it is easy to step into a drug
store and get a full size bottle. The
druggist will not try to sell you some
thing else. If he does he is an excep
tion, for druggists know that Vernal
Palmettona is the best remedy of its
kind in existence. Vernal Remedy
Co., Suite 305 Seneca Building, Buf
For sale in Minneapolis by Lyman
Ellel Drug company, wholesale dis-
the year 1903 only 184 proved tributors.~*and the "following retail
i disease. Of the other 58 druggists- Gamb lp & Ludwig, Third,
chicke poX 27
street and. HenneinBufu Lane
"I wish..to writeP you and tell you
what yourf Pyramid Pile Cure has
me. I have "been troubled il
wit ^^~i. ,,,--,,,'u-^
remedy that was recOm
mendfed to me. While some would
while^they^ have cured.-- I-was-a so. bad this sum
mer I could not get up or-down with
out pain could, .not .attend to my
household" duties..' Finally I got a 50-
cent .box. of your. Pyramid Pile Cure
at the druggist's and it is how two
months since I used-the last of the
box, and have had no .trouble since.
I can say it is really and truly a good
"I am so thankful I tried it as I
know it has cured me, and if any time
I should have any such trouble again
I would use it at once. Since I am
I have recommended it to my
friends, whom I' know' to be afflicted
as I was, and I know they will use it
too. I am so thankful I ever learned
of your cure." Mrs. F. Hutt, 460 2nd
street, Grand RaMtfe, Mich.
Pyramid Pile Cure is sold by drug
gists for fifty cents a package, or will
be mail ed to any. address upon receipt
of price by Pyramid Drug Co., Mar
shall, Mich. Write this firm for-their
bobK describing the cause and cure
of piles. ik,^ _.__,
a nd Heepin, Voegeli
Bros., Washington and Hennepin
Voegeli Bros., 628 Nicollet avem* J.
Jacobson (Masonic Temple), Henne
pin and Sixth street J. F. Danek,
Plymouth and Washington Fred
Weinhold, West Hotel Drug Store
Gem Drug "Store, 98 Western avenue
"E. H. Weinhold, Sixth street and Nicol
let avenue A. B. Crqwell, 1012 Hen
nepin avenue Geo. A. Rose, 803 Cen
tral avenue J. O. Peterson, 1501
Washington avenue S.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, lb 10c
Fancy Full Cream Brick
Cheese, lb 12y2c
Vermont Maple Sugar, lb 10c
Vermont Maple Syrup, extra
Maple Syrup, good,
1-gallon cans Fancy N. Y. Ap
ples, dozen $2
Swift's Pride Soap, per box.$2.85
Best Mocha and Java Coffee,
Good uncolored Japan Tea,
Finest Creamery Butter, 5-lb
Choice Navel Oranges, doz
Sugar at Factory's Prices.
Full line of choice Dried Fruits
^ut up expressly for family and
Choice Turkeys 17c
Choice Chickens .....12%c-14c
Pork Loin 8V2C
Pork Shoulder 7c
Picnic Ham 8c
No. .1. Hams
No. 1 Bacon
Rib Beef 4c
Pot Roast 6c, 7c, 8c
Rib Roast ....10c-12y2c
Legs Lamb 12c
Legs Mutton 10c
Lamb Stew, 6 lbs for 25c
Bismarck Herring, can .20c-40c
*Aarn Both Phones. r.
day we offer
our entire line
at a discount
Pieces, Saturday $6.67
Regular $38.75 Pieces,
200 dozen reg-
ular 85 cent
RELIABLE ALARM CLOCKS.
guaranteed regularly $1,
Satur. day ....85o
200 Nickel dit-
A/NAGRIEVISH ^BF r^m. OPTICIAN.
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
407 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
EGG S 30c
Not the ordinary run of grocery
store eggs, but absolutely fresh
stock, every egg guaranteed.
Full Cream Minnesota
CHEESE, 10c lb.
Butter 20c 23c 25c
Dairy Butter 16c up
$129 pr. week
J/lk carry allmukes.
GREATWESTERN CYCLE CO.
612 1 2T AVE. S
Journal Want Ads brln? the best
returns for the money. That's why
they increase so fast.
I'Ti- SVES T. C. 6194.
100 Best Sole Leather Suit
Cases, Linen Lined, with
Shirt Fold, all Hand Riveted,
Best Locks and Catches, 24-
inch and 26-inch regularly
.$6.00 and $6.60, choice Sat
Tie One-Price Complete House Fnraisliers
5th St., 6th St. and 1st AY. So.
Tonight, 25c to $1.00. Saturday Mat. 26c and 50c,
In His Latest and Greatest
The Chief JusticesSucces
A HEART STORY OF TODAY.
Sunday....... .Charlotte TIttell In "The Cavalier."
Feb. 6, 1 1 and 15, a 8:30 o'olook.
THB BMPEST MACBETH HAMLET
Course Tickets $2.00.
Single Tickets 85c.
20a 30* SOa
618-20 Hen. Av.
Both Phones 610
SPECIAL BRiOK FOR SUNDAY DESSERT.
Theidore Kremer's Great Play, Krem
"The Fatal Wedding"
Special Feature, Gertrude Haynea and hef.-.
to-morrow at 2:30.
'FOXY GKANDR&.'- a '"^3
To-night8:15 p. m.
FERRIS STOCK CO.
lathe Great English Drama
TAKEN FROM LIFE
MatineesTuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
PricesNi^ht, 10c, 26c, 50c. Mat. 10c and 25c.
SundayDick Ferris in "When We Were 21."
MR. MARSHALL DARRAGN
Of New York, in
At FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
LADIES' MATINEE FHIDAYS.
Next Week ROSE SYDEL CO.
WISCONSINL DAIRY CO.
Eagle Brand Butter
Best Creamery made, O l%#m
Finest SeparatorDairy O 4 4 E
Fine Dairy, 5-pound 4 A A
Choice Dairy, 5-pound Qflf*
Good Dairy, 5-pound 7 Ri^
Fine White Clover Honey, 4L A1
per comb. a6s2w,
Pure strained honey.
Pint Mason Jars ...,....20o^
Quart Mason Jars ...35a'
2-quart Mason Jars SOo,
309 Hennepin Ave.
All Makes of Machines Cheap,
$15 takes a late improved drophead with all attachment*,
warranted 1Q years.
925 for the best made shuttle machine in piano finish. Ma
chines sold at $1.00 per week repairing $1.00. Supplies foSr
all makes. Bring this ad Saturday andsecure $1.00 discount.
Twin City Noedlm Co., 611 First Ave. So.
fne OR** Two gQg%
Rut and Strawberry quart *^%^*IFquarts
Hmmolmm Prlmm, 40o Pmr Qmart.
Olty and Country Ordmr* Promptly Fll/od. Ordmrm OmUvmrmtl Stmdmy.
tOE GREAM GO.