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Worlds Fair "Inside Inn."
A Hotel With Accommodation*
for 6,000 Persona Inside the
$ee the Exposition Without Ex
tortion and Without Fatigue.
The visitor to the World's Fair who
fishes to economize time will find
ln the Inside In a grreat,time saver
nd an invaluable convenience.
The great hotel is entirely within
the Exposition grounds, near the main
southeastern entrance, within easy ac
cess from all of the state pavilions
and wlthia shcrt walking distance
I of any of the great exhibit palaces.
.The Intramural cars pass the.building
'and the Transit Company's lines,
reaching: any part of St. Louis, run
almost to the doors of the hotel.
The Inside In covers an area of
400 by 800 feet and is three stories
high, with wide verandas extending
around the entire structure. There
are 8,257 sleeping rooms. Th dining
room seats 2,600 persons.
The rates at the Inside In are un
der the control of the Exposition man
agement and are reasonable. Both
the European and American systems
I will prevail. Rates on the European
plan range from $1.50 to $5.50 per
day, according to the accommodations
wanted. There are 600 rooms at $1.50
per day 500 rooms at $2.00 per day
and 500 rooms at from $2.50 to $6.60
per day. The higher priced rooms
[contain private baths and are luxuri
For single meals the price for
breakfast and luncheon has been fixed
at 50 cents. Evening dinner will be
served for 75 cents. A a carte service
at moderate prices.
On the American plan the rates
are from $3.00 to $7i00 per day.
The rates given include admission to
the grounds. Th guest pays his ad
I mission to the grounds the first time
iand after that his admissions are
'taken care of by1
the hotel manage-
We Will Give the First 50
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ferer to Prove It.
Everyone "who has suffered the
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If you have indigestion or are con
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JAPS MEET TEST:*
OF NIGHT FIGHTS
COMB AT A MO-TIEN PASS TYPE
O EASTERN WARFARE.
Russians, Victims of Their Superiors'
Blunders, Cared for by Their Foe,
Whose System I Thoro and Quick.
Correspondence of the Associated Press.
Mo-tien Pass, Manchuria, July 5,
via Sa Francisco, Aug. 6."Night
fighting is the test of soldiers," re
marked one of the foreign attaches
when he visited the scene of yester
day's bloody affair, "and the Japan
ese certainly have proven their qual
ity this time."
Probably no incident of the war has
placed the Japanese soldiers in a more
trying situation than the night attack
at Mo-tien pass, and nowhere have
they gained a more comple te victory
against great disadvantages. None of
the correspondents with the army
heretofore has been permitted to wi t
ness fighting at closer range than their
vi ew of the crossing of the Yalu from
a safe and comfortable eminence on
the walls of Wiju. When correspond
ents or military attaches have at
tempted to get to the actual scene of
events their unfailingly courteous
guardians always have rebuffed them
with the explanation that it is "very
dangerous," that they are guests of
the Japanese government,' and the
government is responsible for their
On this occasion, however, the cor
respondent of the Associated Press
was able to see the conduct of the sol
diers on the field and their treatment
of wounded and captured enemies in
the seat of fighting.
Whatever reasons of military policy
may render secrecy desirable, there
certainly is nothing in the actions of
its soldiers that need make the Jap
anese government keep spectators to
the rear. Th treatment of the Rus
sian victi ms of the incompetency of
their officers was all that the most
enlightened nation could expect.
Japs Fought Half Dressed.
When the correspondent arrived at
the trench, where less than a com
pany of Japanese, rushing from their
beds without time to dress, had staved
off the Russian onslaught at first with
bayonets and swords, the Russian
dead and wounded still lay where they
had fallen on the wet grassy slope.
How fierce that hour's work there had
been was evidenced by the pools of
blood in the ditch and red trails
smear ed all over the grass and stones
on the hillside before it.
In this fighting Lieutenant Kono
alone killed several Russians, almost
severing their heads with a single
stroke of his sword. When he ex
hibited the weapon afterwards, its
edge looked like a saw blade. It has
since been sharpened for further use.
Althothe fight had begun only three
hours before, the Japane se advance
was half a mile down the valley, pur
suing the Russians. The Japanese,
dead had been removed to a temple
behind the crest of the hill, and par
ties of soldiers from one of the (com
panies in reserve were going about
the field with trenching spades, bury
ing the dead Russia ns where they lay
and marking the grave with a stake
or a pile of stones. The Russia ns had
gone into action wearing their hea vy
overcoats and carrying their bags of
black bread. They had dropped both
on the field. Already, while some
details were burying the dead and
some caring for the wounde d, others
had gathered the debris from the
field, and piles of coats and canteens
and a hundred rifles, with bayonets
attached, were stack ed on the temple
Japs Thoro and Quick.
thrown over thei.r faces. Four ot
ers of the Tenth East Siberian,
dressed in gray blouses and caps,
without any regimental insignia, were
on the ground beside them. One was
shot thru both legs and had been
bayonetted in an arm and a leg an
other had a bullethole in the abdom
en, and another was shot in the foot.
The man wounded in the abdomen
was dying his face already had the
color of a corpse and his breathing
was slow gasps. A hospital attend
ant sat near, a black-bearded, keen
faced young fellow, displaying a white
band with the red cross on his arm
His satchel of bandag es was open on
the ground. had done what he
could for his comrades and he was
stolidly awaiting developments.
Thirty wounded Russia ns were scat
tered over the ground before the
trench. They had received "first aid"
and were waiting their turn while the
stretcher men followed the firing line
further on. Groups of Japane se stood
about them, giving some cigarettes
and water and talking with them in
the brok en Russi an which a few
knew, and in the Chinese
Committee Named by Taft Offers
Solution for Philippine,.
Manila, Aug. 6.The opium com
mittee appointed last August by for
er Governor Taft to investigate the
laws and regulations with regard to
opium in all Oriental countries. has
tendered its report.
The committee recommends that the
opium traffic should become a strictly
government monopoly at once that
at the end of two years the importa
tion of opium should be absolutely
prohibited, with the exception of
medicinal requirements -only con
firmed habitues of the drug who are
over 21 years old to be grant ed a
smoker's license that an educational
campaign against the use of opium be
started in the schools that the hab
itues of the drug be treated free of
charge in government hospitals that
the penalty of importing opium be de
The committee was composed of
Bishop Brent of the Episcopal church,
chairman Dr. Albert, a Filipino, and
Major Carter, president of the board
of heal th of the Philippine Islands.
It visited China, Japan, Burmah,
Ja va and some of the Malay states,
and it was absent on its labors for five
or six months.
The committee was appointed after
vigoro us discussion in Manila of the
proposed opium bill introduced before
the civil commission by Dr. Smith, who
went out to the islands originally as
colonel of the California volunteers.
This bill provided for the creation of
an opium monopoly to control the
opium traffic thruout the entire, archi
pelago, to be sold by the government
to the highest bidder. It was strongly
opposed by the missionary element
and church interests in the islands.
The matt er was referred from Manila
to Washington and the ultimate re
sult of this step was the appointment
of the investigating committee, which
has just "turned in its report.
Washington, Aug 6.(Special.)
The following paten ts were issued to
Minnesota and Dakota inventors this
week, as reported by Williamson &
Merchant, patent attorneys, 925-933
Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis,
Minn. Alfred Anderson, Detroit City,
Minn., pump rod attachmentWillia
E. Bolsta, Ortonvllle, Minn., horse re
leasing device William Bowling,
White Bear, Minn., hat form retainer
Herbert E Bradley, a Moure, N D.,
wind stacker Ekman & Phil, Minn e
apolis, Minn., locking device Alex
ander Gault, Medford, Minn., artificial
limb M. Greene, administratoi*,
St. Paul, Minn., furnace Frederick
Hachmann, St. Paul, Minn., self-oiling
bearing Truman W Ingersoll, St.
Paul, Minn., spring clamp Julius L.
Kuhl, St. Paul, Minn., safety device
Peter Lorang. Jordan, Minn., nut
tightener John Randall, Deadwood,
S. D., loading apparatus W.- A. Salis
bury, Winon a, Minn., gas generator
Abram E Van Camp, Highmore, S. D.,
The Japanese system is not only
thoro but quick. There was a com
pany of Japanese soldiers, whose kha
ki coats were black with mud and
sweat, gathered at the trench, quietly
discussing events, with no sign of ex
citement. Two big Russian prisoners,
not wounde d, were resting there with
a small Japanese sitting behind them.
The Japane se soldiers of the column
are heavier men than the average of
most European armies, but the Rus
sians in the Tenth and Twenty-fourth
Ea st Siberian regiments are larger,
and the beards v.hich most of them
wear after a season of campaigning
give them a particularly fierce ap
The bodies of three Russians who
had been killed on the parapet of the in business have opened up. La st
trench were laid in the road behind i year Mr. Flook ordered an entire
it with their snuff-colored greatcoats heati ng plant by mail. The Andrews
Heating Co. designed and built it
without ever having seen his house.
It was installed by a local plumber
Wisconsin Central Ry. Rate Bulletin.
New York and return $41.90
Albany and return ...$38.20
Boston and return .$45.90
Toronto and return $35.90
Montreal and.return $33:00.
Rates to intermediate points in pro
Homeseekers' tickets to points
South, Southeast and Southwest first
and third Tuesda ys each month, half
fare plus $2.00. Michigan sum
mer Resorts via Chicago and boat
lines, half fare plus 50 cents to Chi
cago and return in connection rwith
boat line rates.
Free reclining chair cars on all
trains. For full information call on
V. Russell, C. P. & T. A.,
230 Nicollet Ave Minneapolis.
Herman Brown, N. W P. A.,
371 Robert St., St. Paul.
Expert Home Heating.
A letter received from C. J. Flook
of Roseberg, Oregon, by the Andrews
Heating company of 203 Hennepin
Ave., this city is interesting inasmuch
as it shows the wonderful possibilities
the modern mail order method of do-
from the accurate plans the company
sent with the plant, and has given
perfect satisfaction. This is only one
of the many hundreds of cases where
the same has been done.
K. of Excursions, Louisville, Ky.
Aug. 13, 14, 15 and 16, via "Bi Four
Route" $8.25 round trip from Chi
cago. K. P. special train will leave
Chicago 10:15 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 14.
All agents can sell tickets via "Bi
Four For reservations, etc., ad
dress J. C. Tucker, G. N A., 238 Clark
st, Chicago, 111.
which the men of both armi es pick because people do not know there is
up from the natives of the country.
Wounded Sought Shelter. an absolute cure.
In the road a young Japanese bent i 8 0 PER CENT O THE ADULT POP-
Three days of steady rain had cut Th only way to cure any complaint is to
gullies and ditches in the hillside,
which furnished some shelter for a
ULATI ON SUFFER FROM ONE
Think what this means. Imagine the
phrases amount of misery that exists and is endured
remov th cause
charging force. Many of the wound- eases or ailments that can be cured by ex-
ed had crawled into these places for ternal applicationand piles is not one of
tfench'^he^d^^own^L^ane them. Piles can be cured the treatment
and along its further side a brook, must, however, be internal, for the cause of
which had a bed among the rocks. a & interna disorde
Part of the Russian battalion ad
vanced up the bed of the stream and the bowels. Even catarrh of the stomach
a number were shot as they emerged
into the roadway. One wounded sol
die? had crawled back to the brook Pi SPECIFIC, The Internal Remedy,
for water and died with his face in Here is an instance of what this practically
the stream, his canteen beside his
hand, as th he had tried to fill it.
1 **&<*" t'.i-- ,j&7&>
ny- strengtkhn ow
HE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
i There, are very few dis-
unSr^s^at dingTwaSboTtle I have nearly finished theformer
to his lips. of Perrin's Pile Specific and am practically
One Russian, with a bad furrow well. My case was one which most physi-
plowed thru his thigh, took his plight cians would have pronounced incurable, as I
happily. With a stone under his head was afRicted with a dysentery and compelled
and a tin of water beside him he to go to the toilet room from three to five
rolled himself cigarettes and chatted times each day and each time would bleed
what no one could understand, ges
JapanTsf^re escorting to the -ort to.bandages and absorbent- cotton to
rear a burlv fellow with a huge yel check the flow of blood, and now the past
low beard, who had suffered a bayo- ten or twelve days there has been no sign of
net slash across the scalp. was bleeding .and my appetite i9 good have
strong enough to walk, but in a de gained ten pounds in weight and feel like a
lirium, mutteringv continually ane new lease of life was given me.
ing his eyes. Eery hundred eroll- he
would sit down on a rock to rest while
his escort waited patiently.
The attack itself appears to have
been another of those blunders which,
like the incoherent defense of the
Yalu, wasted lives without result. Had
the Russians been informed of the
bowels can be cured by DR. PERRIN 'S
A Perr i Helena,
-half to one teacupful. I had to
Very truly yours,
T. R. HARMS,
October 20th, 1902. Yerington, Nev.
Dr. Perrin's Pile Specific is sold by all
reliable druggists at $1.00 :the
onhat^he g-^ee to refund the money
never had a chan ce of success. The should this great internal remedy fail to
engagement was merely *an outpost
affair, but it was typical of the meth
od and abilties of the two armies DR. PERR IN MEDICALCO., HELENA, MONT.
300 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.
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August 6, 1904.
"The best of all the magazines published for Woman** in its first
issue for Autumn has for you such a wealth of interest and usefulness
that if you realized its contents you would be reading your copy,
Colored Fashion Plates, if well executed, mean more to the woman
who is thinking about gowns than anything else she can find in her favorite
The Delineator used to contain them. For nearly a year past they have
been omittedsimply because we couldn't make them good enough to
match the rest of the magazine not that they weren't better than the others
published in this country.
Now that we are in our new building with our new presses we are pub
lishing colored plates that are colored plates, nearly equal to the French
I -rnot quitebut we've six huge French presses on the way, and soon we
will have their product to give you, which will be as much better than ours of this
month, as ours are better than the others printed in America.
We are not apologizing for what we offer you this monththe quality is too gbod
to need it. W are simply promising even better, pretty soon.
The month's fashions ate full of promise of the Fall fascinations.
Everything that the exclusive woman wants, as well as the dependa
ble modes that avoid the extremes. Much, too, for the
children and their older sisters.
No series of beauty articles* has ever
been received with so much deserved
favor as Dr. Grace Peckham Murray's
"Fountain of Youth," which this month
deals with simple, rational exercise for
the symmetry of the bodyexercises
which any woman may practise with
safety, and with certainty of satisfactory results.
In the series of "Famous Pioneer Women," this month
tells of Rebecca Williams, whose experiences on the frontier
in the early days are almost with
out a parallel for bravery and hairbreadth escapes.
Clever stories, well illustrated, maintain The
Delineator's standard for high-class fiction. A
Little Knight of the Grail," by Albert Bigelow
Paine, is a bit of sentiment and pathos in quite the
best vein of this popular
writer. "The Metamorphosis of Tan Shin" is a
charming love tale woven around a small Japanese
idol. Wolf von Schierbrand, the famous traveller
and authority on matters in the East, contributes an
article both interesting and timely, on "The Women
The Departments, always
among The Delineator's
strongest features, are unusually full of usefulness
this month: "The Girl and Her Interests" contain
ing Another Talk About Pictures by Priscilla Wake
field "TheObservances of Society
in this issue treats of Etiquette for
There are scores of other features
in the numbertoo many for mentioncovering every
phase of woman's life at home and out of doors.
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toms as tired feeling, capricious appetite,
muddy complexion, feeling of weight In the
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gnawing feeling In the stomach. Inactivity
of bowels, headache, diKsdness, Dad breath
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