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One box to customer.
BUILDS UP AND
603-IOZ* ST. S9
EVENTS OF TONIGHT
Metropolitan Theater"The Run
Bijou Theater"A Son of Rest."
Lyceum Theater"The Danites."
Dewey TheaterRose Sidell's Lon
Dania Hall, Fifth Street and Cedar
AvenueFair for St. Artsgarlua'
Swedish Episcopal church.
First Baptist ChurchSemiannual
meeting of ihe members.
Andrews Hot Water Heating systems
make home comfortable. 203 Hen. av.
Picture sale and framing pictures, quick
salepiices, new stock. Zesbaugh, 11 Fifth
Special sale picture frames. This week
odds and ends, 35c, 60c, 75c, $1 00. Bint
ltff Mfff. Co 417 First avenue S.
Read the first installment of "T he Da r-
IOW Enigma," the thrilling detective story,
which will commence in The Journal
next Saturday, Oct. 22. Do you know that
The Journal is delivered to your
home in Minneapolis for only 8 cents a
weekonly 36 cents a month by mail?
Mrs Holmberg, pioprietor of the Lyn
dale hotel at Camden Place, objects to
the statements that her establishment is
not orderly and has invited the giand jury
and police to investigate. Superintendent
Conroy sent a detective theie yesterday
and he learned that her statements were
true Her place is filled with boarders
and women are seldom it ever seen in the
George W. Cooley, county surveyor and
the father of the good roads movement
in this part of the state, has recently le
turned from Washington, where he atten
ded the meetings of he state and se\eral
county good roads associations states
that the county of Belhngham has in th
past ten years spent $850,000 for good
ioads, while Hennepin county, which 's
much larger, much older and much richer,
has not tpent 40 pei cent of that amount.
Have You Considered the Advantages
of having The Minnesota Loan & Trust
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Write for Trust Prospectus.
$600,000,000 IN ONE YEAR
Once in awhile we hear some old fel
low saying, I have never advertised
and am still doing business at the old
stand." He means that he is doing
business at the old standstill.
As a matter of fact, advertising is
onlv a common-sense creative force.
Since it has been applied to modern
commerce there have been created doz
ens of commodities and branches of
trade that did not exist before its ad
vent. The $600,000,000 spent annually
in this country for publicity has set
many hundreds of millions of dollars
running into wholly new channels.
In Minneapolis and the northwest,
the best medium to use to fill any want
within reason is The Journal's
want pages. Only 1 cent a word is the
charge. Get the habit! You'll find that
Journal wants work wonders.
STOOD OFF BURGLARS
Plucky Woman Bars Her Doors
Mrs. H. Wescott, 075 Bradley avenue,
St. Paul, with more than ordinary pluck
foiled two burglars who attempted to
enter her house last night.
They came on the porch and, fearing
that trouble was at hand, she locked
the door. Soon the men began to
threaten her, demanding that the door
be opened. At this she telephoned to
the police and the burglars took to
Will surely Interest many readers of
James Gray Gibson, Mo., writes about
Drake's Palmetto Wine as follows* I live In the
Missouri Swamps in Dunklin County and have
been sick with Malarial fever and for fifteen
months a waUtinjr skeleton. One bottle of
Drake's Palmetto Wine has done me more good
than all the medicine I have taken in that fif
teen months. I am buying two more bottles to
stay cured. Drake's Palmetto Wine is the best
medicine and tonio for Malaria, Kidney and
Liver ailments I ever used or heard of. I feel
well now after using one bottle.
A. A. Felding, Knoxville, Tenn., writes: I had
a bad case of sour Stomach and Indigestion.
I could eatso little that I was "falling to bones"
and could not s'eep nor attend to my business,
I usedthe trial bottle and two large seventy-five
cent bottles and can truthfully say I am entirely
oured. I have advised many to write for a free
J. W. Moore, Montlcello, Minn., makes the fol
lowing statement about himself and a neigh
bor. He says: Four bottles of Drake's Palmetto
Wine has cured me of catarrh of Bladder and
Kidney trouble. I suffered ten years and spent
hundreds of dollars with best doctors and spe
cialists without benefit. Drake's Palmetto
Wine has made me a well man. A young woman
here was given up to die by a Minneapolis spe
cialist and he and our local doctor said they
could do rid more for her. She has been taking
Drake's Palmetto Wine one week and is rapidly
The Drake Formula Company, Drake Bldg.,
Chloago, 111., will send a trial bottle of Drake's
Palmetto Wine free and prepaid to any reader
of this paper. A letter or postal card Is your
only expense to get this free bottle.
The Bank That's Always Saft.
IS CENTS EACHJ 2 FOR 26 CENT8
OLUETT, PEABODY & OO.,
MAKERS OF OLUETT AND MONARCH SHIRTS
The Savings Bank
Corner Fourth Street
and Second Av. S.
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TO DEFEND OLEO
BIG CORRUPTION FUND
GROUT BILL REPEAL.
Its Abolition Would Bring an Addi
tional Income to Beef Trust Alone of
One Hundred Million Dollars and
Injure Honest Dairy Interests that
Much It Is Estimated.
The National Oleomargarine associa
tion has apparently formed a combine
of trust interests in its present cam
paign of organization for lobbying at
the next session of congress to procure
the repeal of the Grout bill imposing 10
cents a pound tax on all colored oleo.
Said to be allied with the oleo peoplej
are the cottonseed oil and the beet,
trusts. The combine of these three
trusts can easily afford to expend a cor
ruption fund running into the millions
for the lepeal of the Grout law, and if
successful, find it a very remunera
tive investment. Abolition of the
Grout tax, it is estimated, would bring
an additional income to the beef trust
alone of $100,000,000.
The 10-cent tax on oleo is the sal
vation of the dairy business, an indus
try which amounts to millions of dol
lars a year in Minnesota," said W. W.
Wall, secretary of the state dairy and
food commission today. "The records
of the internal revenue offices show
what benefits the Grout bill has worked
for Minnesota. This year there are a
lot fewer licenses issued for the salo
of oleo than the year before all be
cause with the Grout tax, oleo cannot
be sold at much profit for less than 20
cents, which is so close to the cost of
good butter that the people prefer
the butter and the oleo dealer goes
out of the oleo business. There aro
now occasionally cases, however, where
oleo is sold for butter and the state
commission is constantly on the look
out for the oleo trust will help the sale
of its product in every way it can,
legally or illegally. The repeal of the
Grout bill would be a crushing blow at
honest dairy and creamery butter busi
ness, and on every hand colored oleo
would be offered to the public as but
I do not think the oleo trust is at
present putting any money into poli
tics in Minnesota, but it is almost com
mon knowledge among those who know
of the methods of the trust, that for
vears where a congressional district is
close, the oleo trust was always ready to
hand out money to the candidate who
would pledge himself to the trust's in
terests if elected. It is also common
talk that the last time Congressman
James A. Tawney of Winona ran for
congress, that in retaliation for the
prominent part Tawny has played in
congress in favor of honest dairy in
terests and against oleo, the oleo trust
put a lot of money into the first dis
trict to defeat him, but failed. It will
be a sad dav for the great butter in
terests of Minnesota, which are yearly
growing so vastly, when the oleo trust
is able to get the Grout bill repealed."
The Plymouth Linen Laundry.
Finest work. Shirts hand ironed. Col
lars and cuffs finished equal to new.
A NOTED JEWISH CANTOR
Will Officiate at Kenesseth Israel
Services Friday and Saturday.
Dr. Haber of New York, known as
one of the most proficient of Jewish
cantors will officiate at the service of
Kenesseth Isiael temple, Fourth street
and Sixth avenue N, Friday evening at
6 o'clock and Saturday morning at 8
While he is one of the youngest cant
ors in the United States, Mr. Haber is
regarded as one of the best, and he has
received several jeweled medals from
Jewish congregations in different parts
of the country. He is expected to stay
in Minneapolis two weeks.
GOOD TEMPLARS' RALLY
Anniversary Celebration of Minnehaha
Lodge Feature for Tomorrow.
The Good Templars were entertained
at a reception last evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lawrence on
Chicago avenue, and among the guests
were Miss Jessie Forsyth of Boston,
world's superintendent of the juvenile
branch: Eev. C. F. Dykeman, grand
councillor of Minnesota Rev. C. W. B.
Ellis, grand chancellor templar Eev.
Ira B. Jones of Duluth. The Christian
Endeavor society of Open Door Congre
gational church gave a program, of
music and recitations, and addresses
were by Dr. C. F. Dykeman, Eev. Ira
B. Jones, Dr. W. D. Lawrence and Miss
Jessie Forsyth. Announcement was
made that the model juvenile building
now on exhibition at the St. Louis fair,
would be loaned to the fifth district for
exhibit at the state fair next year.
Tomorrow afternoon the delegates will
attend the forty-first anniversary cele
bration of Minnehaha lodge in Portland
Avenue Church of Christ. A district
meeting of the Scandinavian lodges
will be held Saturday evening.
CUT IRON BARS
Bad Youths Attempt Escape from Po
lice Detention Room.
Armed with a file, which had been
overlooked when they were searched
at the central police station, Barney
Cunningham, Eddie White and Frank
Purcell, three Chicago youths sentenced
to sixty days in the workhouse for pet
ty larceny, nearly cut their way to
liberty from the detention room at the
olice court yesterday afternoon. When
were discovered by the court offi
cers, several of the iron bars over the
window had been filed and a hole al
most large enough for them to crawl
thru had been made.
The boys, none of whom is over 18
years of age, were arrested by Detec
tives Gallagher and Bahan, charged with
stealing an overcoat from a second
hand store. They were convicted and
made their attempt to escape while
waiting for the workhouse wagon.
LeaTry roofs cause trouble and ex
pense. Use Carey's. No1
expense. Both phones, 376. See W,
S. Nott Company
"COMING MY WAY"
SAYS J. A. JOHNSON
FOR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE AND HIS
RUNNING MATE HERE.
Highly Pleased at Reception at Differ
ent Points, and with Assurances of
Support from Prominent Republicans
Trip Thru Sixth Congressional and
Red River Valley Districts Next.
John A. Johnson, democratic nomi
nee for governor, F. G. Winston, candi
date for lieutenant governor, and Clevo
W. Van Dyke, democratic congressional
nominee, ai rived in Minneapolis early
this morning from Litchfield, Meeker
county, wheie the three held a rousing
lally last evening in the town opera
houso. The night was cold and the
rain poured down, but in spite of this,
between 600 and 700 people crowded
into the auditorium.
Upon arrival this city the party
was met by Frank Day from demo
cratic state headquarters in St. Paul,
and left at noon for a trip thru the
Sixth congressional district. Tonight
they will conduct a meeting at Long
Prairie. Friday they will be at Brai
nerd, Saturday at Little Falls, Monday
at Buffalo and Tuesday at St. Cloud.
They will then start on a trip thru
the Eed River valley district, visiting
turn Hallock, Crookston, Moorhead,
Fergus Falls and Breckenridge.
'"i really think the people of the
state have made up their minds what
thev are going to do, and that no
amount of talking on either side is
omg to change them much," said Mr.
ohnson this morning. I don't want
to be too optimistic, but I do think
things are in my favor. Everywhere
I go I receive most hearty welcomes.
Prominent republicans and leading
business men most of the towns I
have visited have voluntarily come to
me and promised their support, and
such men I believe are sincere and will
keep their word. The newspapers have
published flattering reports of my meet
ings which are not at all exaggerated,
and I am encouraged in believing that
I am going to poll a big republican
vote in addition to the normal demo
cratic and I believe I will he elected.''
Mr. Winston is also confident of suc
cess. "Wheie you get instance after
instance where meeting halls are
packed with farmers driving in twelve
and fifteen miles, and even coming by
railroad from neighboring counties, it
certainly means something," he said.
Messrs. L. A. Hosing and It. T.
O'Connor of St. Paul came over this
morning to meet the democratic guber
natorial party, but were unfortunate in
not being able to find them.
AN ORPHEUM FAVORITE
Valerie Bergere, Who Is to Grace the
"Who will appear with her vaudeville
company at the Minneapolis Orpheum
Saturday night and next week.
Valerie Bergere, who will appear
with her company dining the opening
week of the Orpheum theater, won suc
cess before going into vaudeville. Al
tho a young woman, MisS Bergere met
with great success in the leading roles
of "Madame Butterfly," "Carmen,"
"Mme Sans- Gene," "The Wife,"
"Catherine," "Fanchon," "La Tos
ca" and others. She is a charming
Frenchwoman, who has gained the fa
vor of audiences in New York, San
Francisco and most of the cities be
Dramatic critics have invariably
given her little plays credit for careful
staging and faithful, artistic interpre
tation, and her appearance with the
opening bill of the Minneapolis Orphe
um will give the local opportunity to
judge of the quality of entertainment
the house will offer.
PRETTY LOW DOWN
Judge Holt's Opinion of Man Who
Runs House of Assignation.
"Men who keep houses of assigna
tion can hope for no clemency in this
court," said Judge Andrew Holt of
the municipal bench in sentencing C.
Bowne. "It is bad enough for a wom
an to engage in this business, but for
a man the transgression against decen
cy is too much. In this case the fine
will be $50, but if the defendant comes
back on the same charge he will get
a straight workhouse sentence."
Bowne, who is the proprietor of the
Valhalla hotel, 105 Washington avenue
S, was arrested Saturday night by Pa
trolmen McDonald and Anderson, who,
in the guise of countrymen, went to the
hotel and secured rooms, Bowne send
ing out and getting two women to oc
cupy the rooms with them.
Frank P. Nantz, Bowne's attorney,
entered a plea of guilty and made a
plea for clemencv. He charged the
officers with unfairness in inducing
Bowne to send for the women. Judge
Holt said that the officers found it
necessary to resort to strategy in order
to detect such violations of the law.
AFTER BIG MEETING
Local Labor Organizations Want the
National Federation Convention.
Minneapolis, thru the Trades and
Labor Assembly, will extend an invi
tation to the American Federation of
Labor to hold its 1905 convention in
this city. A resolution to that end
was adopted by the assembly last eve
ning and it will be presented to the
coming convention of the federation,
to be held at San Francisco next
The local labor leaders are enthusias
tic over the movement, as such a con
vention will not only be a good adver
tisement for Minneapolis but will
greatly encourage the labor movement
The entire contents of the Menden
hall greenhouses on sale at half price
and less. Illuminations every evening.
Make your selections early. Corner
Eighteenth street and First avenue S.
Do you like good coffee1!
Orpheum, Los Angeles,
Orpheum, St. Joseph,
Orpheum, Kansas City,
Orpheum, New Orleans,
McLaughlin's Coffee. It is the best
and sold at reasonable prices.
McLaughlin & Co., Chicago Importers.
MINNNEAPOLIS JOURNALi October go,&e*iQ04 ttftz&u^^^,42fflfflx^x< 7
Valerie Berber & Go.
Carlisle's Dogs and Ponies.
The Musical Goolmans.
Marcus and Gartelle.
DIRECT FKOM THE WORLD'S FAIR,
England's Greatest and Oldest Band, the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Tuesday, Oct. 25, Matinee and Evening.
Seat sale onen Satuidaj at Metropolitan Mu
sic Stoie. PricesMatinee, 50c, 75c and $1.
Evening. $1 and $1 50.
MRS. FAIRBANKS COULD NOT BE
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
I SHE WANTED.
Mrs. Charles F. Fairbanks, wife of
the republican candidate for vice piesi
dent, is not a candidate for re-election
as president general of the Daughters
of the American Revolution. This
statement was aitthoritively made this
morning by a prominent daughter in
answer to a statement made in the
morning paper that Mrs. Fairbanks'
claims to re election would be discussed
at.the state conference next week.
"Mr s. Fairbanks is now serving her
second term," explained the prominent
daughter, and a third term is impossi
ble according to our constitution, as we
have limitations in office. Mrs. Don
ald McLean of New York and Mrs.
Arthur Bedle of New Jersey are two
announced candidates for the office of
president general, but there is no truth
the statement that Mis. Fairbanks
seeks re-election. Nothing will be said
in regard to the matter at the state
conference. It would be unnecessary,
as she is not a candidate, and if she
were it would certainly be discourteous
to discuss the matter before her when
she comes to us as a guest. It is most
unfortunate that the matter has been
brought up at all."
Mrs. Fairbanks will arrive Sunday
evening or Monday morning and will
remain in the twin cities only two days.
She will be the guest of her old school
friend, Mrs. William M. Liggett, in St.
Anthony Park. There will be no elab
orate banquet nor reception, for which
letters of acceptance have been received
from 400 daughters, but the Colonial
Louis W. Stayart, a successful
Chicago wholesale grocer who
owes his life to Healthtone.
Mr. Stayart is President of the
Stayart Grocery Co.. which occupies
a large seven-story building, corner
Randolph, Union and kagle streets,
Chicago. He is a man of high
standing In social and financial cir
cles and would, not offer Healthtone
to the world unless It was 'a remedy
of great merit. Healthtone was the
private prescription of a prominent
physician and cured Mr. Stayart of
Nervous Prostration, saving his Ufe
twelve years ago.Publisher..
Seventh Street, Near Hennepin.
Opening Saturday Evening, Oct 22t
Every Afternoon and Evening thereafter.
in conjunction with the following theatres:
PRICES MEYER OHAMQE.
Evening, 15c, 25c, 50c. Afternoon, best seats, 25c. Box seats, $1.
Every seat reserved. Box Office now open.
A- Friday,Lac Curtai Day
For Friday we offer the following Extra Special Bargains In Lace Curtains:
150 Pairs Scotch Nottlngharns, with Double Buttonhole Edges and All-Over
Floral and Scroll Border Effects, regularly $1.40 Friday, per pair 95c
150 Palra ditto, regularly $1.50, Friday, per pair i SI.05
150 Pairs ditto, regularly $1.75 Friday, pep pair $1.25
100 Pairs ditto, regularly $2.10 Friday, per pair i QO
100 Pairs Saxony Brussels Curtains, on Fine Net in Very Latest Patterns
regularly $5 25 Friday, per pair
50 Pairs ditto, regularly $5 50,Friday, per pair $3.50
100 Pairs White Jrenidln Curtains, With Dotted Centers and Wide Borders,
regularly $6.50 Friday, per pair
100 Pairs Corded Arabian Curtains, with Wide Border on Edge, or Insertion
Heavily Appliqued, regularly $7.50 Friday, per pair $5.25
50 Pairs ditto, regularly $8 50 Friday, per pair $5-75
50 Pairs ditto, regularly $9.(T0 Friday, per pair $6.50
100 White "Bonne Femrhes," In French Net, with Handsome Full Flounce set
on with Hand-made Battenberg, al&o Motifs and Insertion through center, reg-
ularly $4.50 Friday, each
50 ditto, regularly $6 00 Friday, each $395
50 ditto, regularly $6 25 Friday, each $ 4 0 0
50 ditto, regularly $6.50 Friday, each $4.15
500 Yards White Dotted and Figured 36-Inch Ourtaln Muslin, regularly 15c
Friday, per yard
500 Yards ditto, regularly 20 cents Friday, per yard 1.14c
FIFTH STREET, SIXTH STREET AMD FIRST A VENUE SOUTH.
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS
Trains in actual everyday business,
as is transacted hourly in the great
world of business, and the finished
students of tbis college are practi
cal, ready for business. You may
enter now. Address
PROF. GEORGE A. GOLDER,
Chapter has arranged for a luncheon to
be given Monday at Donaldson's tea
rooms. Monday evening! there will be
a dinner, Tuesday the slate conference
will be followed by an informal recep
tion at the home of Mrs. Liggett, and
in the evening Mrs. Fairbanks will
leave with a group of friends in a
private car for the west.
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The One-Price Complete Housefurnishers,
Columbia, St. Louis,
Grand Opera House, Indianapolis,
Chicago Opera House, Chicago,
New Orpheum, Chicago.
J. A. Probst.
Hammond & Forrester.
SAST SIDE LECTURE COURSE
Subject, "Money, Moials and Society," Satur
da\ evening, Oct. 255, 1904, at Urst Congrega
tional church, Eighth avenue and Fifth Btieet
SE. General admission 75 cents Course tickets,
including Gunsaulus and Bryan, ?2 For sale
at Metiopolitan Music Co and School Education
that come from ZEKMAN are of the highest
quality and workmanship. Our enormous de
mand for Zekman furs has enabled us to handle
one of the largest lines of Jackets, Stoles, Boas
and Muffs. Our prices are the most reasonable
in the city. Don't fail to see us before you buy,
for Zekman can save you money on any Furs
The last ten years in the city of honest deal-
ings with the people has made for us many friends and customers. Our Gen-
tleman's fur lined coat cannot be beat. See us before buying. Expert remod-
eling and repairing. Zekman has the original detachable
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Tonight. Matinee Saturday,
ARTHUR DUNN in
Sunday Oct 27
.William Morris in "Who's Brown?"
..Blanche Ring in "Vivian's Papas"
NAT. M. WILLS
In the Melange,
A SONMusicalF O REST
"Across the Pacific."
FERRIS STOCK CO. IN
NEXT I DICK FERRIS IN
WEEK 1 "THE MAN FKOM MEXICO."
London Belles lOc
Seats 4 0 PEOPLE 4 0
Next week THE TRANSATLANTICS
We have a man in our employ whose specialty
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towers. There's no better workman in
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