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October 13,1902. Terre Haute, Ind.
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There is a wide range of prices, depending on the style of
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be the lowest or the highest, the working quality of the
machine is the same and has been fully tested before
leaving the factory.
Mard i Gras Is On!
Mardi Gras time has come and the holiday, season*,
is in full sway with the larger towns along the Gulf
Coast. Low round-trip rat es are in effect for this occa
sion to New Orleans, Pensacola and Mobile, Feb. 9 to
14. Now is an opportune time to slip away from, the
rigors of winter and enjoy a short vacation in a summer
climate under the rule of King Carnival.
W will be glad to furnish informati on as to the
trip, with literature on the coast resorts and program
of the Mardi Gras celebration.
J. MCELROY 414 Nicollet AY
KUGGN W. P. A., St. Paul.'""'
The "Burlington Chicago Limited" at 7.50 p.m. Dally
W.t. DOUGLAS MAKES AND
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'GOODYEAR WELT HAND SEWED
PROCESS SHOES THAN
ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER
W.L DOUG LAS
MAKES AND SELLS
OF MEN'S FINE
HAN0 SEWED PROCESS SHOES
OF EVERY WORKING DAY:
America Leads the Shoe Fashions of the World.
The leading styles originate in Brockton, the manu
facturing centre of men's fine shoes in this country.
Styles Originated by Expert Model Maker are Copied Everywhere.
W Douglas $3.50 shoes have by their excellent style, easy fitting, and
superior wearing qualities, achieved the largest sale of .any $3.50 shoe in the
world. They are just as good as those that cost' you $ 5 to $7the only dif-
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largest in the world under one root making men's fine shoes, and show you
the infinite care with which every pair of Douglas shoes is made, you would'
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are of greater intrinsic value than any other $3*50 shoe on the market to-day.
There is a great difference between wholesale and retail prices in shoes*
You pay only one profit on shoes made in factory and sold direct to you
through my own stores in the principal cities. The result is, you get better
shoraior the price than are retailed elsewhere.
My Own Secret Process of Tanning the Bottom Sole* produces
more flexible and longer-wearing leather than any other tannage.
Every Gentleman should have Three Pairs of Shoes to Dress His Feet properly on all occasions.
should have a pair of Viscolized waterproof, heavy double^sole shoes for
wet weather} a pair suitable for pleasant days, and a pair of Patent Leather
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as much style, comfort and service in three pairs of Douglas shoes for $10*50.
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Corona Colt is the highest grade patent
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there is value in Douglas 43.50 Shoes.
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RETURN OF THE
OVATIONS- FOR NORDENSKJOLD
Story of the Reunion of the Separated
Divisions, Of the Original Party in
Antarctic Regions I One of Thrill-
Ovation after ovation has been giv en
Nordenskjold's Antarct ic explorers.
The enthusiastic recepti on at Gothen
borg was repeated at Malmo and at
Stockholm, where sever al members of
the expedition have their homes. A
Stockholm immense crowds filled the
central station and the market pla ce
outside. Deputations from scientific
and other institutions and societies
were present and when the bronzed
sailors made their appearance cheer
upon cheer was given. I the evening
all the members of the expedition were
guests at a festival dinner held at the
Fenix restaurant. Gunner Anderson,
who gave the principal address, spoke
highly of the scientific value of the
Nordenskjo ld expedition, which spent
twenty months in Antarct ic waters.
N. O. G. Nordenskjold, the leader of
the expedition, has been made a knight
of the Order of the North Star and
Captain G. A Larsen, a knight of the
Order of Vasa. Captain Larsen was
the navigator of the Antarctic and is
not unknown as ah explorer, for in
1892-94 he led the Jason expedition to
the Antarctic and discovered King
It is learned that the best of feeling
prevailed at all times and those who
thought it unwise to have so many
Norwegians in the party were happi ly
disappointed. The only victim of the
expedition was the young Norwegian
Nordenskjold in a four-column con
tribution to the press has sketched the
most important incidents of the ex
Most interesting is the story of re
union of the various parties coicident
with the arrival of the Argentine
cruiser Uruguay. If the hand of
Providence did not direct the move
ments of the different bands, it is hard
to find an explanation. Every group
had giv en the others up as lost and
hardly hoped that relief was anywhere
Nordenskjo ld with Jonasson and a
small party were on King Oscar's land
and had not seen the Antarctic for
over a year and naturally knew noth
ing of her destruction in the ice. Oct.
12, 1903 while Nordenskjold Jonas
son and a sailor were returning from
an expedition by dog train, they acci
dentally meta party of men composed
of Gunn ar Andersson, Lieutena nt Duse
and a sailor. These had left the
Antarctic nine and a half months be
fore to join Nordenskjold, but could
not rea ch him nor could they find the
vessel again. They subsisted on pen
guin eggs and seal meat.
The meeting of the comrades was a
joyous one, in- a way, but the continued
absence of the other members of the
party caus ed much anxiety.' Then
came some strangers who explained
that they were officers of the Argen
tine navy and had come to take the
Nordenskjo ld party back to civiliza
tion. The offer Was thankfully ac
cepted and yet the joy over their de
liverance from threatened starvation
and dea th was tempered by the sad^
nes sover the inexplicable absence of
After the Argentinans had discov
ered Nordenskjold in his hut and had
returned to their vessel, a tremendous
noise was heard by the., exploring
party*' It was assumed that the
Argentinans were returning with, pro
visions, but no one could imagine why
.they had not waited until mornin g.
Bodman' went out to see and shortly
afterward the inmates of the cabin
heard inarticulate shouts as of a per
son delirious from joy. Bodman had
discovered that it was Captain Larsen
and five men from his shi p.
One-ha lf of the party was now
united, but Captain Larsen knew
Where the others wer e. They ,.had
been.left in wint er quarters on Poulet
Island. Everybody now hurried on
board the Uruguay, which Was piloted
by Captain Larsen to Poulet island.
There were no regrets when the united
party with on ly one missing sailed for
WOMEN WIN A POINT
Will Allowed to Hold Government
Jobs in Norway.
It is proposed by the Norwegian
government to admit women to offi
cial positions. A measure now before
the storthing provides for the appoint
ment to official places on the same
conditions as regar ds examination s,
but the positions open to them will
be limited. They are to be exclud ed
from church, military and police posi
tions, from the consular service, and
from the higher administrative offices
in the departments for minin g, high
ways, canals, harbors and lighthouses,
and from directorships of penal and
charitable institutions for men.
Councillor Schoning presented a
minority report in favor of admitting
women to the church and several
other branches of the government.
The bishops and theological faculty
objected strenuously, declaring that to
admit women' to the priesthood was
contrary to the word of God the
Augsburg confession and the tradi
tions of the church, and they had
IGNORE THE FAIR
Norway Finally Abandons Al Its Ex
Folowing the recommendation of
the ministry, the budget committee
of the Norwegian Storthing has de
cided to leave out all appropriation for
a Norwegian exhibit at the St. Lou is
exposition.glving as a reason the unset
tled economic condition of the country.
The committee regre ts that Norway
cannot be as worthily represented as
at former world's fairs, but finds it
impossible to crowd an item of 100,
000 kr into the already overfull
budget. Moreover the re is hardly
time in which to make comprehensive
A proposition for the canning indus
tries of Stavanger to unite in a private
exhibit has failed and hence all that
will be" seen from Nosway at St. Louis
will be the display of the Norden
fjeldske industrial art museum, which
among other things will show" some
beautiful tapestries from designs by
How Russia Has Degraded a Free
Incidents .such as the escape of a
Finish police officer across the Baltic
in art' open rowboat in the dead of
winter, reveal to the outside world
to what a Btate of terror the des
potism of Russia has driven the peo
ple of unhappy Finland. I Scan
dinavia it is well known what is going
on in Finland, but the big world little
realizes with what a ruthless hand
the Muscovite is wiping out all civil
ization and intelligence to reduce the
(progressive cultured Finns to the level
of the-Russian moujiks.
Just what has, happened I Finland
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
in the past five years is tersely put by
The Outlook, as follows:
.The Finnish people have Slow been 'dis
armed their fundamental laws-have been
abrogated their right of fre public^as
sembly? has- been 'taken awajK their slan
guagesi -(Finnish, and SwedisHjfa^e-no long
er tolerated in their own senate their
press has been gagged or destroyed
their most prominent leaders have been
banished and their diet is to be convened
this year pnly in case they show a. prop
erly submissive spirit .and yet Mr. yon
Plehve, the Russian minister of the inter
ior, declared, in his recently published
letter to Mr. Stead, that "the fundamental
problem of every supreme authority Is
the happiness and prosperity of the gov
A equally long list of flagrant acts
could be added without exhausting
the complete record of the Russian
RIKSDAG I S WORKING
Has Many Important Jitters to De
cide at This Session.,
The Swedish Riksdag convened on
Ja n. 18 having before it rhany im
porta nt questions, notably the meas
ure to extend the electoral franchise.
The financial budget will not cause
much worry as the incomes are much
greater than were estimated. The cus
tom duties, liquor tax, beet sugar
duty, and railroads are over 9,000,000
kr. ahead of the estimates and in
comes from the forests and stamp
duty produce- the expected increases
there will be a handsome surplus as
the deficits in other departments will
hardly exceed the average of former
There is a. sentiment among the peo
ple that something should be done to
restrain the excessive ^demands of the
military party. ii.
The oldest member of the first
chamber is N J. Bostroni of Skara
borgslav who is juet 80. has not
seen so much service, however, as
Marshall von Essen,, who has had a
seat in forty riksdags. The youngest
member is J. G. Beckfrus of Oster
gotland, who was born in 1862
I the second chamber Foike An
derson of Helgesta, Nerike, is the old
est in age having been born in 1829
but the veteran A Hediri has sat in
thirty-two sessions. Three of the
members, A Ekman, Ostergotland, E
Anderson, from Bohuslan, arid
Larsson, of Vesteras, all of whom
were bo rn in 1863.
The Norwegian Storthing's Members
Object to .Army Operations.
Six members of the Norwegian
storthi ng have joined. in an addre ss
to King Oscar, asking that the bat
talion maneuvers be dispensed with
during the coming year as a measure
of economy. Not only does, the mob
ilization of the troops cost vast sums
of money, but the conscripts lose
much time and make many sacrifices.
There is also talk of introduci ng
measures in the storthing to gain the
same end and a half-score of mem
bers are already committed to the
N O MORE BANK NOTES
The Private Banks of Sweden Cannot
Swedish bank notes except tho se of
Sveriges Riksbank^'"will be worthless
a year from now. There" are twenty
six "enskilda," or private banks, in
Sweden which have been issuing bank
notes. The business 4 world does not
like the idea of having,,so many kinds
of money .to, deal with, and some years
ago arrangements were' made thru
agreement and legislation to with
draw from the private banks their
authority to is ?ue notes,
ileges being given ittrrexlur
Home for Seamen.
The estate left by Thebdor Heni'idhseh
of Christiariia for a sailors' asylum is now
available. prudent management it has
grown in these years to 400,000 kroner and
fulfills the provisions of the wili to the
effect that the funds should be invested'
until the capital and interest should be
4 I the East:
The Coldest December for 2 7 years.
One day it was 1 7 degrees below
zero. And winter has just begun I
sufficient to build a home and support
twenty-four old seamen. The asylum will
be built on Karlsborg road.
New Peat Works.
Secretary J. C. Thaulow of the Norwe
gian Bo society has located an excellent
peat bog near the Soloer railway, where
he recommends that peat works be es
tablished, as the peat can be advantage
ously converted into fuel. Preparations
are being made. to establish such works
in the spring.
Holmia Electrical Works.
Big Ore Contract.
The Narvik railway has contracted to
deliver 1,200,00ft tons of iron ore from
the Kiruna mines in Sweden to Narvik
for transport. During the past year the
company contracted to deliver 800,000
tons, but actually carried 962,000 tons.
Frat House at Upsala.
Westmanland-Dala "nation" among the
Upsala students has begun the erection of
"nation" or fraternity house, which will
The East or CaUfornia?
Why should your family remain East all winter,
when California is less than three days from Chicago?
Send them to California this week on The Cali-
FEBRUARY 6, 1004.
itfelllJAPAN TEA DRINKERS
CEYLON AND INDIA NATURAL. GREEN tea Is the same
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Sold only In sealed lead* packets, 50c 60c and 70 per lb all Grocers.
i TRY A TEN-CENT SAMPM) PACKAGE.
[Why not go to Florida, the land of summer and sunshine
and flowers, and avoid this snow and slush and frigid
weather? Take the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad's
Chicago mnd Florida Limited
which leaves Chicago daily at 1:30 p. m., and the next
night you will be in Jacksonville or St. Augustin e. Summer
begins the moment you board this famous train. Steam
heated and electric-lighted throughout. Drawing-room
sleepers, dining car (meals a a carte) and library-observa
tion car make it a train of solid comfort.
Call, telephone or drop us a card for full information.
CHAS. W. HUMPHREY. Hor. Past'r Agt.
Ryan Hotel, St. Paul.
The Holmia electrical works, estab
lished last year at Arbra, Sweden, are al
ready on a substantial footing. The plant
has manufactured considerable electrical
machinery, including sixty-seven dynamos
with motors representing 2,427 horsepow
er. The works employ 110 men. Electri
cal works are destined to be of consid
erable importance in Sweden. Hadiksvall
is negotiating for Vikar falls in Evanger
to.. establish a municipal light and power
plant, which will cost 145,000 kroner. The
water power rights will cost 100,000 kroner
be patterned after an ancient timber
"stuga" or house in Dalecarlia. Anders
Zorn, the famous artist, has prepared the
plans and will furnish the logs from his
own forests. Lieutenant Fritz Treschow,
who is a millionaire and a graduate mem
ber of the nation, has contributed a
Norwegian shipbuilders are busy this
winter. On Jan. 1 there were sixty-one
vessels under constructionfifty-three
steamships of steel and one of wood, and
seven sailing vessels, all of wocsl. The
total tonnage represented by the"se -ytoi
sels is 42,370.
Medal for a Professor.
Professor Nothorst, who led a Swedish
expedition to Greenland a year or.two
ago, has been awarded the Lyell medal by
the Royal Geographical society of London.
"A Wonderful Medicine."
"Orangeine Powders are indeed wonderful in
action and results."MRS. MARIE FROILAND,
Lafayette avenue, Brooklyn.
$37.80, New York and Return, $37.80,
Via Wisconsin Central Ry.
O Feb. 6t to 10th good for
thirty days returning. For further
Information, berths, etc., app ly at
city tick et office, 230.Nicollet avenue.
Telephone, Main 355.'
If there was ever a specific for any
one complaint, then Carter's Little
Liver Pills are a specific for sick
headache, and every woman should
know this. Only one pill a dose. Tr
Roses in bloom outdoors Christmas.
One day it was 8 0 degrees above
zero. It is always ideal weather there.
This superb train makes special provision for the comfort of ladies and children.
The compartment Pullman offers grateful seclusion for those who wish it. The observa-
tion Pullman has a spacious parlor, a library, writing desk and easy chairs. Electric side lights
in berths for night reading. Electric curling irons and many other toilet conveniences. Dining-
car meals of highest excellence, daintily served.
The California Limited runs daily on Santa F* dustless tracks all the way from
Chicago to Los 'Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.
Our illustrated booklet mailed free. Addrw. _.
C. G. CARPENTER,
Agent A. T. &*S.F. Ry.
80S Guaranty Loan Bldg., Minneapolis.
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NOT*.All trains use the Union Station, St.
Paul, and Union Station In Minneapolis.
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Elmore. Algona, Des Moines
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New TJlm, Tracy, Watertown
Sioux City,Omaha, Blk Hills
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Watertown,. Huron, Redneld
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Omaha Limited 7:30
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