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Events of Tonight.
Portland Avenue Chinch of Christ
Monologue on Ben Hur," Harry
Garden Theater"The Bohemian
Lake Harriet PavilionMinneapolis
i Park band.
Go on Journal excursion tomorrow.
Andrews Hot Water Heating systems
make homes comfqrtable. 20S Hen av.
High-grade bonds Investment securities.
Wells & Dickey Co., 802 Guaranty Bldg.
Souvenir postal carat, 2 for 5c Also
largest line of magazines and papers Cen
tury News Store, Third street S, near
Leaky roofs cause trouble and ex
pense. Use Carey's. N trouble. N
expense. Both phones 376. See W.
S Nott Company.
Emil Schaffer has applied for a theater
license far the Paik theater -which has
been refused a license owing to the moral
wa-v v. n'ch engulfed the city council some
Plenty of tickets left for The Jour
nal's St Croix riverstate prison ex
clusion tomorrow Get jours at union
station in the morning "Journal Special
tinln leaves at 8 a sharp
Detective John Kane of Chicago was in
the twin cities esterda on his way home
from Oregon, where he captured Fred
Holt, a notorious crook and hold-up man
Holt is wanted In Chicago for se-seial
robberies and for the shooting of a busi
The qu.vrterlj apportionment of $2 50
under th turns of the Hatch bill was
poid Into the state treasury by the gov
ernment jesterday, for the use of ihen
stare unhtiBitt The Hatch bill pro .ides
fflf go\errment aid to state unive sitlea
b. Lorlng spoke before the Oak
Like Improvement association at a meet-
*li|r last nlsht at the residence of the
^rtId=n Perry Starkweather 61 High
land a\cnue He assured them that the
/park board wished to co-operate with
them in e\erv way It was proposed tc
secure th triciigular piece of land lying
between Western avenue Twelfth street
and Holden ?\enue and improve it as a
S Bartram Merriam Park received
woid from his sor. jesterday that he ex
pected to sail from Hamburg last Thurs
day for a visit to this country Bartram
and Albuitus his partner are well-known
abroad as thr American club swinging
ttarn They have been traveling all over
Europe for the ia-t seven ear On their
arrival in this country they will play sev
eral engagements in the east and will
then tar fo the northwest Alburtus
will vljit his family In Milwaukee, and
Bartram will come to Minneapolis Mrs
Bartiam accompanies her husband.
Are a wholly new bifocal lens of wonderful
iarlt ha flng both surfaces of smooth an
curvaturesno outside cemented
segment or visible line or division between
the two parte, namely distance and reading
Unscrupulous dealers are selling the old
style blfoouls pf different patterns as the
Kryptok (invisible) spectacles or eyeglasses
Kryptik Leases Must be Been to be Ap
Minnesota, North and South Dakota
fj Nicollet A.V, Minneapolis
Wash Coal is a
coal especially for
domestic use it
has no superior
there. It is washed
of all impurities,
no clinkers, no
slack or other for
Nut size, a
Egg size, a
Wholesale & Retail,
126-128 N 4th St.
N W 71 C.-50.
E. 0. FELLOWS LEHIGH VALLEY
New Atlantic Steamship Service
Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool, London,
New, large twinscrew Steamers steady as
a rock Shortest ocean route, finest scen
ery. Very low rates
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES,
15 So Third St. Minneapolis. Minn.
BIRCH DOORS o**,
in stockalso finish and all kinds of MILL
flooring, clothes posts, fence posts, and all
prices are always right.
CITY SASH & DOOR COm9
TITLES AT TONKA
ABE IN DISPUTE
SUIT INVOLVING LARGE TRACTS
SOON O BEGIN
Sale of Valuable Tract by the Guard-
ian of the Westlake Heirs, the Cause
of the ActionProperty Involved I
on South Shore.
heirs Some years ago their guardian
secured an order from the probate
court allowing him to sell the "West
lake estate, and the proper record of
the guardian's action was made in the
The legal question to be settled in
the September term is as to the au
thority of the probate court in giv
ing the guardian the privilege of
selling the lands to which the title
is now disputed, the Westlake heirs
still claiming title
This suit is the second one of this
nature involving Minnetonka lands.
I the first suit the Title Insurance
and Trust company, for Ends
ley, broug ht action to have the dis
trict court put the stamp of approval
on the title to certain properties be
longing to M. Endsley and others
associated with him
The district court held that the title
to the property involved in that suit
was good, first, by adverse possession,
and, second, on the ground of "record
The present proceedings seek to
have the district court put the same
mark of approval on the titles in
The Westlake heirs, whose claim
was disposed of at the last term of the
district court, recently moved for a.
new trial, but this was refused and
they are now about to place their
claims before the supre me court.
VAGS WILL WORK HARD
Another Quarry Tract Will Be Opened
at the Workhouse.
Another stonequarry will be opened by
Superintendent McDonald of the work
house in order to give employment to the
workhouse prisoners There has beens
much opposition to the old quarry by
the residents In the vicinity that the au
thorities have refrained from authorizing
an extension, but Mr McDonald has dis
covered a fine ledge of rock elsewhere,
and at the meeting of the board of char
ities last evening it was decided to pur
chase eleven lots covering the ledge at
the agreed price of $1 265
Dr E Rlcker of the city hospital
urged the board to increase the salary of
A Evans, bookkeeper at the city hos
pital, to $100 a month, which request was
followed by a similar one from Superin
tendent McDonald for more, pay for his
quarry foreman and by Superintendent
W Barton for an Increase of his own
salary to $1 800 a year
The semi-annual reports of the heads of
the poor department workhouse and city
hospital showed these departments to bo
running satisfactorily and keeping within
BOYS IN BURNING BARN
Rescued from Fire They Had Accidental
Five boya who were playing in the hay
loft of a barn at 2918 PUlsbury avenue
came near losing their lives yesterday
In a fire which they themselves started.
The youngsters ranging In age from 3
to 7 years, were lighting matches and
sparks fell in some hay in front of the
stairway A blaze sprang up and their
escape was cut off The boys' screams
attracted several pedestrians who ran
into the barn and after pushing the blaz
ing hay away from the stairs carried the
boys out They were sickened by the
smoke but otherwise were uninjured
Several other sheds were destroyed J\y
the fire and a second alarm turned in
Potatoes Today Are Worth Less Than
Half Yesterday's Price.
Potatoes have been rolling into market
at such a rate that prices took a sudden
drop toda This is the changing-over
season The first new potatoes reached
Minneapolis weeks ago from the south,
but the old stock is never thoroly dis
placed until the local product begins to
come in quantity This week the Min
nesota tuber harvest is in full blast and
the price record looks like a toboggan
slide Yesterday the price was $1 40 a
bushel, this morning 90 cents was the
figure quoted at the Central Market, and
by noon hucksters were offered only 65
cents by the dealers
This year yield will be plentiful and of
AN AGED WOMAN'S QUEST
Mrs. Samuel Henry Is Overcome While
Searching for Her Son.
Mrs Samuel Henry of Farmington 83
years old came to Minneapolis yester
day to look for her grandson Jay Ran
son who left home three weeks ago, and
ha* not been heard of
Mrs Henry spent the entire day looking
for the lost boy and was found near Sev
en Corners last night in a weakened con
dition All of her money was gone and
she was compelled to accept the hospital
ity of Matron Mrs Schaefer at the central
police station for the night The police
aided Mrs Henry in her search today, and
if he is not found she will be given money
foi her return
EPILEPTIC FITS O CHILDREN.
Epilepsy, or fits, in children is of
even greater urgency of cure than in
older people In their active and rest
less liff\ an attack is liable to come
at a fatal moment, and the sunshine
of the home will be crushed out of ex
istence At the very first sign of epi
lepsy or nervous twitchings or
trembling, Elixir Kosine should be
This remedy is the discovery of a
well-known Washington scientist, and
is the only kgown cure for epileptic
fits It can be used by all ages, and
is a positive cure for this dread dis
ease. Voegeli Bros., corner Hennepin
and Washington avenues, and corner
Seventh street and Nicollet avenue, the
local agents, have so much faith in the
remedy that they give their personal
guarantee that it will cure or else the
price, $1 50, will be refunded. Mail
WORKI rock maple
sizes of SCREENS. Our
OPPOSE* Court House.
TO STUDY THE
PUBLIC WILL E CONSTITUTED A
Commission Plans a Campaign of
Education Addresses the
Proposed Instrument Will Made
at Political Meetings Regardless of
A suit involving the title to Minne
tonka property to the value of nearly
a half million dollars will come up
at the next term of the district court.
The property involved embraces a
greater portion of Meadville Park,
Solberg's Point, East Fairview, Ben
net's Addition to Covington and Cov
ington, also a 100-acre tract of land
back from the lake front of Minne
ton ka and St. Alban's bay.
The suit will be broug ht in the
name oft wo of the Minnetonka pro p
erty ownersHelen McKinley Jones
and M. Endsley.
All the property involved was
originally owned by the Westlake Following this, arrangements will be
The new city charter commission is
making every plan to have the su b
ject of the new charter
prominently before the voters of Min
Every effort will be made to give
the charter full publicity during the
campaign and at the election there
will be separate ballots for the char
The charter commission has
authorized its chairman, Nel
son, to op en its campaign by calling
a general meeting of citizens at
which every feature of the new in
strument will be explained in detail
made to have speakers with the char
ter their sole subject, at all the lead
ing republican and democratic meet
ings thruout the city campaign. The
desire of the commission is that the
new charter become not a partizan
issue, but one the people of all parties
may take up.
To single out the most Important
feature of the proposed new charter,
probably would mean mentioning the
5 per cent gross earnings tax for pub
lic franchises, to be levied in addition
to the regular tax now paid by the
public service corporations, and with
the clause that a ny franchise may be
revoked at a ny time and the property
of such corporation be taken over by
the city government by the expressed
wish of the people at the polls
The new charter calls for a reform
in the police and fire departments,
placing them under a modified civil
service I calls for city work to be
done by day labor when possible
rather than by contract I also per
mits the mayor to appoint only one
member of the board of charities and
corrections when he enters office, and
one when he retires, thus preventing
any one term mayor from controlling
the board for his own purposes.
SHANNON PLEADS GUILTYch
PROPRIETOR O WINDSOR HO-
TEL I S FINED FOR RUNNING A
"William Shannon, proprietor of the
Windsor hotel, 101 Washington ave
nue N, who was arrested in a raid on
his place Sund ay night and arraigned
in police court yesterday on a charge
of runing a disorderly house, pleaded
guilty to the charge this morning and
paid a fine of $100.
Another charge has also be en placed
against him, that of conducting a
gambling house. will be tried on
this charge next Thursday morning.
Will Hall, Alex Archln, Annie Wil
son, Ruth Desmond, Ann ie Kelly, An
nie Burns, Geo. Harris, Pat Smith and
Fred Decker, arrested in the raid, were
sentenced to ay $10 or serve ten
davs for being found in a disorderly
GOOD ARMY GUNNERS
Two Batteries at Snelilng Have Seven
According to the report of the board
of officers at Fort Snelling, the post has
seven first class gunners and forty-five
In the Tenth battery of field artillery
the first class gunners are Corporal Wil
liam H. Meyer, with a score of 91 per
cent, Sergeant Fred Smith, with a score
of 89 4 per cent, Sergeant Henry A.
Glover, 88 5, and Private George W
Payne, 86 7
Corporal William Sherman heads the
twenty-five second class gunners of the
Tenth battel y, with a score of 83 per cenc
The three first class gunners of the
Thirtieth battery aie. Private Lee H.
Kellogg, 87 9 per cent, Private Fred A.
Nolin, 86 3, and Private Edward Por
ter, 85 1
TO OPEN A HOSPITAL
Well Equipped Emergency Station Is Or
dered for State Fair Grounds.
Hospital facilities will be provided at
the state fair grounds by the manage
ment A a meeting of the executive
committee yesterday afternoon it was de
cided to erect and equip a complete
emeigency hospital on the grounds near
the former site of the women's federa
tion building, which was destroyed by fire
last September Such an institution is
a necessity, but for some reason or other
has been neglected by the fair manage
ment, altho the ladies have maintained
a ward in their building for several years
and have rendered splendid service
It was decided to send out a corps of
advance agents next Monday to boom the
fair thruout the northwest The big show
will begin Aug 29 and close Sept 3.
CHILD'S NARROW ESCAPE
Little Girl Grabbed from In Front of
A frightened horse belonging to Charles
Fiternax, 124 Second street N, ran away
last evening and came near causing the
death of a 3-year-old child who ran into
the street in front of it
The horse ran toward the heart of the
city and narrowly missed several persons
at the crossings At First avenue S and
Washington the little girl was playing
with a little friend and ran into the
street just as the frightened animal
turned onto the avenue but she was
picked up and taken to the curb by a
pedestrian John Munson, 2404 Twenty
fifth avenue S, then grabbed the horse
by the bridle and brought him to a stand
FOUND THRU HIS CRIME
Imprisonment Reveals Conrad Murry's
Whereabouts to Anxious Relatives.
Thru his imprisonment for a crime, the
relatives of Conrad Murry have been able
to nnd him after a fruitless search of
nearly ten years
Murry who llvs in southern Minnesota,
ran away from his home ten years ago
and ne\er cared to return He traveled
over all the United States in company
with bad characters, and finally in 1902
was arrested at Worthington, Minn, for
picking pockets at a circus He was sen
tenced to Stihwater, and thru the publi
cation of the fact his relatives found him.
Parishioners of St. Joseph's at St. Paul
Considering 1_egal Action.
Legal proceedings looking to the ap
pointment of a receiver for the S Jo
seph's parish property in St Paul are
reported under consideration Father Ca
hlll, successor of Rev John Harrison,
in pursuance of an announcement, has
paid back several subscribers the money
they had contiibuted to the new church
who were dissatisfied with the merger
of the parish with the new cathedral
parish The present complainants ai
persons who say they were" not accom- I
modated when they called for the return}
of their money. I
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
INNOCENT MEN ^H
SENI TO PRISON
FOUR SAID O HAVE BEEN
State Board of Pardons Hears Testi-
mony that They Are Being Pun-
ished for Train Robbery of Which
They Were Not Guilty.
That four men are serving,
sentenc es of twenty years each, for
train robbery which was committed
hen they were thirty miles away,
was the gist of the story told by
United States District Attorney C. C.
Houpt, who appeared before the state
board of pardons yesterday and
asked for the unconditional pardon of
Link Thayer, James Hall, Charles W
Hoffman and Homer S. Minot. The
quartet were sentenced from Otter
Tail county for holding up a Great
Northern passenger train near
Carlisle, that county, in 1898.
The men were arrested the morning
after the robbery and when their
roo ms were searched a large quan
tity of nitroglycerin and a kit of
burglar tools were found. A the
trial a section boss testified to seeing
the men at Wahpeton the night the
robbery was committed and Officer
Donnovan said he had found them in
a disorderly house at Breckenndge.
George E Moody, sheriff of Rich
land county, North Dakota, made a
statement to the board of pardons
which, if true, proves conclusively
that innocent men were sent to
prison. was a liveryman when
the hold-up occurred and drove the
three bandits to the scene of the rob
bery. says that the men now in
prison are not the ones, but that the
proper men were indicted and ar
rested in St. Joseph, Mo, but could
not be returned to Minnesota because
they were held on a serious charge
The board to ok the case under ad
Anoth er applicant for pardon was
William Fitzsimmons, sentenced from
Pine county, Sept. 27, 1895, for life
for the murder of a Frenchman
named Vigue at Hinckley. James
Nugent, a Wright coun ty prisoner,
under life sentence for killing his
daughtei, asked the board of pardons
to commute his sentence and release
i on parole The murder was
ommitted while he was drunk, and
his wife's health is breaking so that
she is no longer able to support the
family. There were several other ap
BALLOON'S SHORT FLY
It Brings a Joke Right Home to the Per
Merriam Park is laughing over the out
come of a little Fourth of Julv joke It
was started fiom the home of Dr L.
Beckley In the lorm of a balloon to which
was pinned a card bearing the statement
"The finder of this will receive five tons
of coal on calling at the office of F. J.
Cropsey, Merriam Park
The jokeis thought the balloon would
soar high into the air and be carried far
away Instead, it rose almost peipendic
ularly, was carried a few blocks to the
eastward and then descended
The next day a man appeared at the
office of Mr Cropsey and demanded "that
coal Mr Cropsey knew nothing of the
arrangement and, of course, lefused to
"dig up" $40 worth of the bright and shin
ing stuff that keeps the furnace hot in
The questions that Merriam Park card
clubs are now debating are Will the man
get the coal
9 If he does, who will foot
the bill' How will Mr Cropsey come back
at the jokers'
TROOPS TO GO WEST
Twenty-eighth Infantry Will Follow the
Twenty-first at Snelling.
The order has been issued from the war
department at Washington for the remov
al of the Twenty-fhst infantrj from Fort
Snelling, Sept 30, to the Presidio infantry
cantonment at the Presidio of San Fran
cisco relieving the Twenty-eighth infan
try, which is to be sent to Fort Snelling,
with the exception of tv/o companies
these to be selected by the legimental
commanders and to be stationed at For*
Lincoln This will increase the Snelling
garrison from eight to ten companies
The men of the Twenty-first have for
some time expected the removal order,
from the fact that they have filled thp
allotted time of any one regiment at such
an ideal post as Snelling And after be
ing sent to California, the men expect a
second order sending the regiment for a
second time to serve in the distant Philip
They Will Spend Tomorrow with Sports
The Minneapolis florists will hold their
annual picnic with the S Paul florists
at Wlldwood tomorrow Friends who will
join the party should leave here at 30
a for St Paul, transferring at Seventh
and Wabasha streets
Interest in the bowling matph is grow
ing The Minneapolis team has done
much playing and is in good trim to win
the contest The prize is a solid gold
button for each member of the winning
team and a gold medal that is to be con
tested for annually Many other prizes
have been donate3 to the florists by their
friends In the evening there will be
Cheap Excursion Tickets Via the Min
neapolis & St. Louis Railroad.
Atlantic City and return, $32.75,
July 9 and 10.
Cincinnati and return, $24.25, July
16, 16 and 17.
Denver and return, $26.40, daily.
Louisville and return, $21.75, Aug.
12 to 15.
Salt Lake and return, $38.40, daily.
St. Louis and return, coach excur
sion, $13, July 11 to 25.
St. Louis and return, regular, $19.20,
Reduced to many other points. Call
at the fine new office, 424 Nicollet av.
The latest fashion-
able aid to the
toilet. Unlike any
harmful. Produces smooth, soft
skin and charming complexion. Re
moves the blackheads and all impur
ities from the pores.
Ladles from all parts of the country praise
Pompelan Maas^ge Cream for developing the
Pnc Mo, or II a Tar.
Rubber Ootoplemion Boll), prio* Mo.
may b need to edrantase with the cream
For sale by drugglata, all dealers In toltet
E. H. Weinhold, 0th and Nicollet and West
A. Thompson DrorCo^ 1st Ave. So and 3d
St., Nicollet and 4th St.
r.ZWNfcollstAve. R. H. Hesrener,
Western Barber Supply Co., 218 Nicollet Are.
_.. Fte C"To make the
no*lieeic plnm and
TRAGEDY IN A TH|fflR
JEALOUS HYPNOTIST SHOOTS HIS
WIFE THREE TIMES, THEN
In a fit of jealous rage E E. Herr,
a hypnotist at the Empire theater, St.
Paul, shot and serious'y wounded his
wife, Blanche Lamont, an actress, last
night. then turned the gun upon
himself, inflicting a wound which
will probably prove fatal.
The woman, whose specialty is
illustrated son gs and dances, had just
left the stage and had gone to the
balcony where a stranger bought
drinks for her Herr, who had man
aged the calcium lights while his wife
was performing, followed her and
when he saw her drinking with an
othei, he walked back of her and,
leaning over the chairs, fired three
bullets into her body. She shrieked
and fled to the lower floor, while the
man calmly turned the revolver upon
himself and bent a bullet crashing
into his head, falling unconscious
The woman was taken to the St.
Joseph hospital I is thought that
she will recover
Herr was taken to the city hospital,
where it was found that his wound
was more serious The bullet
entered his head near the ear and lies
imbedd ed in his brain. Owing to his
weak condition, no effort was made to
find the leaden missile
Herr is 23 years old and his home
Is at Kewanee, 111, while the wom
an, who is about the same age, lives
at St. Cloud They claimed to be
man and -wife, alfcho she went by the
name of Blanche Lamont.
HIS LIMBS PARALYZED
Boy Probably Fatally Hurt In Fight with
John Twohy 17 yeais old is at the
city hospital in a critical condition as
a result of an encounter with a bhowman
at the corner of Thnteenth avenue S and
Fourth street last night
Twohy was in a crowd of men and boys,
standing on the outside of the tent of a
small show whtn some one started a
fight with one of the guards Soon after
a man from (he inside came thru the
crowd swinging a club in an effoit to
clear away the entrance struck
Twohy on the head and again in the
abdomen, felling him at the second blow
At the hospital it was learned that the
boy's limbs had been paralyzed and fears
are expressed for his recovery HL homo
is at 617 Fifteenth avenue S
SIMPSON TO ENLARGE
Eighth Ward Methodist Church Will Re
model Its Building.
The Simpson Methodist church society,
at its meeting last night decided to pro
ceed at once with the work of rebuilding
a portion of the church The rear will be
fitted up with a deep, well-lighted base
ment for kitchen and diningrooms Above
this will be the ladle's' parlor classrooms
and Sunday school rooms, with gallery
above The work will not interfere in any
way with the reg"Jar services
Dr W Rider, the pastor, has been
granted a few week's' vacation and
leaves tomorrow for Cass Lake and other
points in northern Minnesota
SINKING OIL WELLS
IN GRAND COUNTY
The Preliminary Work Necessary to
Sinking the Wells Is Pone.
A FLOW O OIL SOON
Denver, Colo July 12 Oil in plen
ty will soon flow In Grand county.
Enough to make a dozen or more
The Superior Oil, Gas and Refining
Company showed great business
shrewdness in early acquiring four
sections in the basin of that valley.
Twin city people and others who have
invested in the company's stock made
a careful investigation of the person
nel of the company that was very
satisfaptory There is but little of
their offered stock left. Professor J.
Simon, the president, may be
reached at Superior, Wi s.
The Russian Cossacks.
The Russi an Cossack is a child of
the Steppesa descendant of the sav
age tribes, who inhabited the wild re
gions of Russia west of the Ural
mountains Inured of hardship and
to hunger, he can subsist upon the
scantiest tare, in which respect he
differs from the highly, civilized man,
wh o, once he tastes Pillsbury's Vitos,
the pure wheat breakfast food, can
not longer get along without It.
DILLIN DRUG GO.
Cures Dyspepsia Even More Quickly
Now than at Other Seasons.
The summer is the best season in
the whole ye ar for the treatment and
cure of stomach troubles The out
door life, the common use of fruits
and vegetables and the lessened strain
upon the digestive organs all help the
Just take" a Mi-o-na tablet after
each meal and complete the cure.
This remedy mingles with the food
you eat and #ids digestion, It soothes
and heals any inflammation that may
be present in the lining of the stom
ach, gives tone and strength to the
digestive organs, builds up the nerv
ous system and soon restores com
Dillin Drug Co., 101 "Washington
avenue S, have so much confidence in
the curative powers of Mi-o-na that
they guarantee to refund its cost in
case it does not effect a cure. Two
weeks' treatment costs but 50c. Use
it regularly for a month, and if you
are not more than satisfied with the
results, take back the two empty
boxes to Dillin Drug Co and they will
refund your money without question.
A guarantee like this shows the con
fidence they have in the remedy.
I CAN CURE YOU WITHOUT DRUGS
For the man who has lost his old time
strength whose step Is weak breath short when
he exerts himself, who feels that he can do
what he used to a few years baok, and yet is not
old In leats I offer my drugless method of cure,
viz Electricity while you sleep My
Dr.McLanghlm's Electric Belt
is guaranteed to cure Teebleness, Rheumatics
DjsDeptlcs aid those ailinj with Weak Backs,
Kidnys Lher and Bowel Troubles It cures
because it restores to the paits and nerves the
\italitj which has been wasted by overwork or
Everj body should have one of your Electric
Belts It cuied me of backache
It will- pay you to investigate my method
either by calling at my office (consultation free),
or writing for iny illustrated book of 80 pages
which I mail, closely sealed, free to any one
who incloses this ad DR E McLAUOHLIN
d04 Nicollet av, Minneapolis, Minn Office hours,
8am to 5 3) pm ,,Saturday till 8 m., Sun
dnir. IB to
July 12, 1904.
THE COOL THEATER.
THE FERRIS PLAYERS
Present the Hilarious Comedy,
Next DICK FERRIS and I I 4
Week FLORENCE STONE 'VJWAd"fKfT
Prices 26o and 60c.
ORft Souvenir Matinee OR
Saturday, 2 3 0
Get the habit and go to
Miss Wanous' Drug Store,
720 Nicollet Avenue.
JUNIOR SALES DEPARTMENT.
LETTER FROM MASTER WYMAN HAVEN, ONE
OF THE PRIZE WINNERS IN
CONTEST NO. I.
"Minneapolis, Minn July 4th, 1904.
New England Furniture & Carpet Company, City.
Dear Sirs. I received a Watch as my Prize and surprised my-
self and all the family. Mamma didn't want me to go after the
cards at first. I rode my wheel down Avith some other boys and
got a button and some cards. I ga ve the first card to a man who
had just moved to the city, and he bought all his furniture there.
I am proud of my Watch, and it was no trouble to give the cards
to people and tell them I was working for a Prize. Yours truly,
WYMAN HAVEN, 3242 Second Ave. South."
On Wednesday we will sell 100 Chil
dren's Folding Cribs, like picture
Frames of hard maple equipped with
Flexible Woven Wire Spring 36x60-in.
This Crib is made to fold so that it may
be run under any bed when
ew EnglandFurniture&Carpet Go.
I The One-Price Complete House Furnishers. 5tb St., 6th St. and 1st Ave. So.
GARDEN THEATER Nicollet Ave.
THE BOHEMIAN GIRL
Next Week Pirates of Penzance
Tickets on Sale at Thompson's Nicollet Avenue
Base Ball Tomorrow
Minneapolis vs. Columbus.
AT NICOLLET PARK
Game Called at 3 45 m.
Ticket* on sale at Van Clark's Hotel Ven
dome, Shermpn Smith's Hennepiu and 3d st, A
Thompson Drug Co 's, Nicollet and 4th st and
1st av S and 3d at
At our new Sanitary Fountain.
"FRUITED MAPLE MOUSSE,"
"HTMiimos LMiid: Kvano,,
SPECIAL RATES AND EASY PAYMENTS
will be made all who register at the
329 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
during this week. Register now and enter who11 ready.
This is an opportunity of a lifetime If you want the best obtainable courses in bookkeep
lng and higher accounting shorthand and tjpewrltlng tel"gnph\ and English at a minimum
coat Airy, cool and pleasant rooms unrivaled faculty exceptional equipments and private
instruction All graduates in good positions Entei now and we will place you DAY
AND EVENING SESSIONS throughout the summer TRIAL FREE Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded For catalog and full partlculais address LANGLM, President
FLY NETS FORYOUR HORSES!
Protect youf honaos, in the stable and on the
street, from files- Nets and sheets are cheap.
Fine Leather Buggy Nets
Express or Team Nets $1.48
Fancy Colored Cord Nets from f
Good Burlap Stable Sheets, two surcingles 62$c
ALSO COMPLETE LINE HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES,
And Everything Pertaining to the Horse.
L. LARAMEE & CO., 43 So. Fourth St., "'"S5?U
Weather permitting:, leaves Journal building:
daily except Sunday, as follows:
9 & tti Residence districts and park
and lake boulevardsLakeCal-
*r III jj0 Un an a
1 1 Sill
g^ State university, Nicollet Is-
fcPIM laud, Residence districts
The right is reserved to deviate from
routes as road conditions require without
notice and to repurchase tickets for seats
not occupied Car carries ten passengers
Distance, each tour, about 14 miles
Time, each tour, about 1% hours
Tickets reserved at
Journal Counter or bv
Telephone .Main 9
BEST WAT TO SEE CITY.
93 cts. for 414-Ib. Jar of Butter Is
22 cts. per lb.
MITCHELL'S for 85c
Fresh, Sweet Dairy Butter, lb. 12Jc
And Good Japan Tea 15c to 30c
Round trip tickets will be on sale via the "Burlington
Route" July 15, 16 and 17, good returning July 23. We offer
you the very best possible service between Minneapolis and
Cincinnati. Will be pleased to make through reservations.
Will be glad to have you call on me or telephone.
Burlington City Ticket Office,
W E WANT TO TELL YOU SOMETHING.
W E ARE GOING O INAUGURATE A
WEEKLY CUT-PRICE SALE O SOME ONE
OR MORE LEADING ARTICLE TAKEN
FROM OUR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS.
THEY WILL E REAL BARGAINSNOT*
TRASH BOUGHT FOR THE PURPOSE.
WHEN THE SALE I S OVER THE PRICE
GOES BACK TO THE REGULAR POINT.
J. F. McELROY, City Ticket Agent,
Phones: T. C. 502 N. W. 543. 414 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
WILL ADVERTISE THESE SALES EACH
WEEK AND THE GOODS WILL E DIS
PLAYED I N OUR SHOW WINDOWS WITH
PRICES PLAINLY MARKED. THIS WEEK
IT IS REFRIGERATORS, A LAWN MOWER
$11.25 MOWER FOR $9GARDE N HOSE
16c KIND FOR 12c $2.00 SAFETY RAZOR
FOR $1.50. MORE PARTICULARS I N
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, MECHANICS'
247-249 NICOLLET AVENUE.