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Cloak Dept. *%ftjrh
all he very late st styles, in Panama cloth,
broadcloth, cheviots and fancy mixtures,
bought to sell for $18.50 and
worth every cent, Saturd'y
Handsome, with all that he word
implies, in different materials and
colors, plain and fancy materials. You can
not match the se less than 4 ffc E? A
$27.50. A choice collection.. *S* 5
Ladies, 24 inches long, lined
V^KJtJAl throughout in tan. covert and
black cheviots, perfect fitting, ^,/B C&fiK
nicely tailored,actual val.$6.75 *&***%$'%M
Misses' Spring Coats just received, the_best
styles, made in tan covert flfrgfr
cloth, special ^O
made of fine quality in tan,
castor and oxford, worth $15
Aft Extraordinary Offer
Oil paintings of Minnehaha and other
local seenes, good gilt frame, size
11 by 13 inches, worth $2.00.
introduce this department (none to
dealers), choice, AC
A excellent showing of Spring Hats,
every new design in large and small
shapes, for Satur- ffii A 7
day, each &km i O
Elegant new Flower Hats, made of
foliage and forget-me-nots, also
violet hats handsomely trimmed with
thr ee shades of rib- fl* E sfl
bon, worth $8, Sat... w5J m%MU
Light and medium weight vests and
umbrella pantskinds that usually
sell for 35c. Saturday 9Rf%
Ladies' vests and pants"Forrest
Mills" make spring weight no such
garment in this country hgy
PAPA SPOILS DUCAL TRIP.
Monterey, Mexico, March 17.With the
refusal of Eugene Zimmerman, who is
reported to be negotiating for control of
the Mexican Central railroad, to procure
a speoial train for his son-in-law, the
Duke of Manchester, the latter's tour of
Mexico with a party of distinguished
guests has come to an abrupt end.
To Southern Texas, $27.75, Bound Trip.
Galveston, Fort Worth, Houston and
Beaumont. To Mexico City and return,
$62.25. Tickets on sale March 7 and
21. Limit twenty-one days. Stop-overs
permitted. Correspondingly low rates
to other points in the southwest.
Call on J. G. Eickel, city ticket agent,
424 Nicollet avenue.
$6.00 to Dakotas via Soo Line.
Every Tuesday in March and April.
Particulars at the Tieket Office, 119
So. 3d St., Minneapolis 379. Eobert St.,
From the moment
of birth are in
and speedily, per
1 manently, and eco
by baths with
and gentle applications of Cuti
cura Ointment, purest and sweet
est of emollients and greatest of
Skin Cures, when all else fails.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment nave
roved to skin-tortured and
infant and children and a
priceless comfort to worn and worried
parents. Guaranteed absolutely pure.
of $1 or over.
This offer ap
plies on laundry
price Men's Nobby Spring Hats
All the new colors and shapes, that will be ac-
corded popular preference, are here ranging in
$1 $1.90 $2.40 $3 $3.50 $4 $5.00
New Spring Goods in Every Department
SPECIALS FOR. SATURDAY
Corset Dtpt. (Second Floor)
Great Special Sale of new Spring
styles long and short Batiste Cor
sets, Hose Supporters attached, also
Girdles in white, pink and blue.
These are worth up to 75c, Jfc WZ*%
choice of all kinds for *fr O
A full and complete stock of the
famous Warn er Rust Proof Corsets,
Thompson's, Kaboand W B.
These are he best for 1
Ami silk dress lining 36 inches wide,
black and colors, 30c values 4j
Ladies' fine French Kid Gloves, 2
and 3-clasp, colored and black, war
ranted and fitted,$1.39 ft|
quality, special 9 I I
See our interesting table of new
Neckwear, fancy stock, white and
colored, embroidered turnovers,
chiffon ruchings, and the new em
broidered sets of collar and cuffs,
Prices for Saturday, 10c 25c
29o and 50c.
To call Czar' Nicholas of Russia a
coward is to speak a falsehood," said
Mildred Holland last night as she sat
chatting in her dressingroom at the
Metropolitan. Before staging ''The
Triumph of A Empress,'' Miss Hol
land spent a little more than half a
year in Riga, Moscow and St. Peters
burg. While there she was a guest at
the palaces of many of the grand dukes
and met several of the generals who are
now fighting in the far east,' among
them General Kuropatkin. She was en
tertained at the czar's palace at Peter
hof and for several weeks saw the
czarina and her children almost daily.
DEPARTMENT STORE CO.
Niooilet and Seventh...
MILDRED HOLLAND'S FAC SIMILES OF THE RUSSIAN CROWN JEWELS.
"The greatest mistake that Ameri
cans make is to think that the czar is
always surrounded by guards and is
locked up in a cage at night.'' continued
Miss Holland. "When driving in the
morning, I have often seen him
riding unaccompanied and it cre
ated no* Comment. is be
loved by the people, and I think
43-45 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH.
In variety seldom paralleled but never eclipsedshowing the season's
smartest conceits. The product of America's foremost manufacturers.
Men's Fine Spring Suits, Raincoats, Topcoats.
Supreme in point of tailoring, correct as to style and perfect lines and
absolutely perfect in fit. Garments that compare favorably with
highest priced costum tailoring production. Prices range
$10 $12 $13 $14 $15 $16.50 $18 $20 $22 $25
Men's new Spring Shirts, Neckwear,, Hosiery and Underwear in be-
wildering assortments. Boys'good clothes rightly priced, showing spring's
newest in Boys' Suits, in Boys' Shoes. Boys' Hats and Caps, Boys' Fur-
nishings. Values that are double.
special values in new round
v*nu l* length Skirts, made in Panama
cloth, broadcloth, cheviots and mannish
materials, beautifully tailored, 0 A A
worth $10.98. Saturday 9DiPl
One table of odds and ends of fine Skirts, all
new Spring styles. Thi3 might be called a
skirt remnant sale worth up fit JB Jgj A
to $10.00, while they last: 94i40
Misses' wool Skirts, small sizes QQ
only, values up to $3.50, to close.v
La c.e. Waist sO iG
white and ecru. The se are
the very latest, worth $7.50, fl* A A
White Lawn Waists, he most beautiful as
sortment ever offered at 4 J& A
$2.25, Saturday only 9 1 nrO
S dozen ladies' black
^(.UVUttiS Mercerized Petticoats,
ruffles and dust ruffles, values A A
$1.25 to $1.48, choice OOC
Yard wide percales, new spring
styles, light and dark colors, 1
Regular 12fcc quality, for s? 2
New dress ginghams in stripes and
checks, toile du nord and A
other brands worth to 15c for JrW
Dress calicoes, light and dark colors.
New spring goods, regular ^1-^
7c kind, Saturday, for *W2%0
New spring styles in plain and fancy
Hose for womenblack with silk
worth 48c, for
Children's fleece-lined hose, all sizes,
qualities that sold for 15c A1 A
to 19c, choice *&2&s
Appreciative bargains in Novelty
Ribbons, comprising the new rain
bow tints, shepherd and clam plaids"
polka dot and plain taffetas in all
the new spring shades, right widths
for neck bows and" girdles, 15c and
35c qualities Saturday, per yard,
MIMIC EMPRESS TALKS
ABOUT CZAR NICHOLAS
it safe to say that in ordinary times
he is in no more danger than our presi
dents. In fact, we have had three
presidents assassinated in the past fifty
years and in Russia two czars have met
a violent death. Personally the czar
is fearless and he may yet cut loose
from the bonds of bureaucracy which
have been fettered upon the rulers of
Russia by the customs of centuries."
Miss Holland was especially impressed
by the artistic side of Russian life.
Some share of her time was spent in
studying the court jewels and in "The
Triumph of ,An Empress" her jewels
and coronation robes are an exact fac
simile of those worn at the coronation
of the present czarina.
Women with pale, colorless faces,
who feel weak and discouraged, will re
ceive both mental and bodily vigor by
using Carter's Iron Pills, which are
made for the blood, nerves and com
S. & H.
Men's Spring Shoes
Representing extraordinary showing, of 8 styles
pf leather, 10 styles of toe, single, and dnnle
soles, Goodyear welt sewed, best for comfort,
style and service, prices range-
$1.50 $1.95 $2.50 $3 $3.50 $4 $5
SCHOO QUESTIO N
Feature of Autonomy for North
west Territories Opposed by
a Resolute Party.
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man., March 17.The in
troduction at Ottawa of the bills creat
ing two new provinces out of the pres
ent Northwest territories of Assiniboia,
Alberta and Saskatchewan has been re
ceived thruout the country as by far the
most important piece of news for a* long
The creation of new provinces in the
Dominion leads to agitations not unlike
those that accompany the admission of
new states into the iinion, and there is
no prospect that the measures just laid
before the Canadian parliament are so
perfect as to stop that agitation.
The people of the provinces do not
vote upon their constitution. That is
settled for them by the British North
America act, which defines the subjects
upon which the1
legislatures shall have
the power to legislate. There are some
points, however, upon which the Do
minion parliament, in creating a new
province, has a certain amount of dis
cretion. In the present case the inter
esting points to be decided by the Otta
wa government were those of the con
trol of public lands, of boundaries, the
location of capitals and the vexed ques
tion of separate schools.
Satisfactory as to First Two.
On the first two points the Laurier
government appears to have fairly met
all reasonable people, retaining the pub
lie lands, but giving ample compensation
in cash and also dealing generously
with the new provinces in the matter of
The action of the Canadian govern
ment in this respect is interesting to
those who are now looking to the Do
minion for cheap lands, as it insures the
continuation of the present liberal home
stead laws as well as the absence of
taxes for the maintenance of provincial
Capital Location Fights.
The choice of capitals has only been
decided in a temporary manner by the
dominion government, the "final choice
being left to the vote of the people of
the provinces. The skirmish for this
temporary choice, however, was very
hot in the case of Alberta. T.here is an
interesting rivalry between Calgary and
Edmonton, the latter having gained
more rapidly in recent years than the
older and more substantial town at the
foot of the Eockies. Calgary has lost
the first round largely because it chose
to elect an opposition member at the
last election, while Edmonton, the
chosen temporary capital of Alberta,
elected an influential supporter of the
Eegina is to be the temporary capi
tal of the province of Saskatchewan,
and it could hardly be otherwise be
cause it is now not only the largest in
the new province, but already possessed
of a complete equipment in the matter
of government buildings.
However, the rising town of Saska
toon has announced its intention of
putting in a claim when it comes to a
vote of the people. This town is al
ready on the new lines of the Canadian
Pacific and Canadian Northern. When
the directors of the new Grand Trunk
Pacific visited the country last fall,
S. Parent, representative'of the govern
ment on the board, clearly indicated
that he considered Saskatoon to be the
coming town. ,.,Jt
.?s :$Ejtttat$d in the cen
ter ot a greafe w/h'eai',(country, and will
soon possess unsurpassed railway facili
ties. All things considered, it is prob
able that the capitals of the new prov
inces will be located north of both, Re
gina and Calgary, when the last word
The Real Issue.
In speaking of the provisions of the
bills concerning education, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier said the problems which might
arise would always revolve within
the same well-bea'teh circle of man's
prejudices and selfishness."
et th Manitoba school question kept
the Dominion in a turmoil for many
years, and there are politicians who
are not yet disposed to let it drop.
Premier Houltain of the territories was
wont to predict that the northwest
would some day have a great school
question to settle. That day seems to
The northwest territories were given
a system of separate schools by the
Dominion government. The bills now
before the Canadian parliament take
away from the new provinces the right
to abolish those separate schools, al
tho education in general is a matter
within provincial jurisdiction.
A prominent member of the Calgary
Board of Trade has declared that the
territories would rather be deprived of
autonomy than to be saddled forever
with a system of separate schools, and
there is no doubt that he is voicing the
sentiments of a very resolute party.
Question of Leadership.
The contest is likely to be the more
bitter beeause the creation of the new
provinces must lead to the creation of
new political organizations.
Premier Houltain of the territorial
legislature has governed the territories
since they were given a partial autono
my on non-party lines. has been a
resident of Eegina for many years and
he will no doubt seek to retain the
leadership of the- province of Saskatch
ewan. But the liberals bear him a
grudge since he took an active part
against them in the federal elections,
and they will surely oppose him.
The province or' Alberta *will start
out without a political leader, unless it
be that Oliver, the present representa
tive of Edmonton -at Ottawa, steps
down from the federal arena to organ
ize the provincial 'liberal party. This
is likely to happen.
"Who the conservative leader may be
is not yet apparent. In the general
mixup, however, any argument will be
good enough and such a question as that
of separate schools will easily lead to
a lively row.
It is just as well to raise the storm
signal over the field of Canadian west
From the West, East.
The New York Central Lines offer a
fast express service between the West
and the East that, for speed and lux
ury, is unsurpassed. I includes the
world-famous Twentieth Century Lim
ited and Lake Shore Limited, and many
other splendidly appointed fast trains.
Travelers who recognize the best in
railroading select the New York Cen
tral Lines for their trips.
?27.75To the Southwest$27.76.
The Rock: Island System will sell
round-trip tickets to principal points
in Texas and Louisiana March 7th and
21st at less than half rates. Send for
literature and full information. A.
Steece, City Passengjer Agent, 322 Nic
olet avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.'
Half Rates to Pacific Coast
Every day until May 15th via the Norr
thern Pacific Railway. Corresponding
ly low rates to intermediate points.
The Northern Pacific 4 responsible for
the great improvement in tourist car
service and still leads. Ask about rates.
Try itbe convinced. Call at City
Ticket Office, 19 Nicollet House Block.
$25.00 North Pacific Coast. $22.50 to
Every day.jintil .May 15, 1905 via
Soo Line. TitkePd"-' "2
"*HPUJI|JlllllHlillM'Hl'WV' "'iUi- Ut
ffice, 119 So. 3d St.,
Minneapolis .379 Robert Stj, fe#, fa^g
THE MINN54OLISMJOURNAL. March
SIDEBOARDSSolid oak side
boards, full swell front, lined
drawer for silverware, French
bevel mirror, superior workman-
Purchase, $5 Down,
Big Export of Cement.
Aalborg, Denmark, is one of he great
cement-producing centers of the world.
During the year 1904 there were ex
ported 160,106 barrels, of which a con
siderable quantity went to the United
States, where the cement is in high
Little Kristina Mattson of Kolsatt,
Are You Staying Up
Nights with the Baby?
Has It some distressing skin affection? No
need of it. Hosts of happy mothers daily uso
in baby's bath. Ellis disease parasites.
Speedily allays irritation of scalp and sklnV
Induces restful sleep. Keeps baby sweet .and
healthy. For rashes, chafing, eczema, scrofula,
itching, all skin soreness, HARFINA SOAP
is truly wonderful. What it does for baby it
will do for yon. It's the most soothing and
satisfying of toilet, bath and nursery soaps.
No animal fats.- Medicated. Antiseptic, De
odorizing, Refreshing, Healing, Fragrant.
"A Breath of Pine Balsam ia EveryCake.**
Try It. You'll be convinced. Large 25c.
cakes. Box, 3 cakes, 65c. Druggists*.
Manufactured by PHILO HAT' SPECIAL
TIES CO.. NEWARK. N. J. Refuse anything
offered without this signature:
fc LET HARTMAN "FEATHER YOUR REST."
HARTMAN 'S SPECIAL
cabinet is eleven inches square by six inches deep, made from best quar
tered oak, highly polished, the motor encased therein being' the
latest and most improved, in reality an innovation for the price.
The perfection of the Talk-o-Phone's reproduction takes
you strolling through sunny southern fields, echoing
with negro melodies, guides you along' the
Ehine with its quaint German ditties, gives
you the concert hall with all the popular
selections of the day.
terxDlstJCeif Tpd -wrapper.
Voegeli Bros., 2 and Washington ar S Weln
hold, Nicollet and 6th at Gamble & Ludwlg, 301
Hennepin av Hermann, 400 2d av S Derson, 823
Nicollet av Topper & Chamberlain, 800 10th st
S Hoffln, 101 Washington av S Thompson Drug
Co., 1st av S and 3d st Bingehheimer, 6th av
ad Ljnden,, 122$ 6t^ if N wnjqa Bros,, 15$
LEATHER ROCKERSLarge all
upholstered rockers, upholstered in
best grade, genuine leather solid
quarter sawed oak frame, hand pol
ish frame, full spring seat, extra
large, roomy, com-fl* JJfcg Kflfc
fortable rocker.. .^J^OiuU
What Hartmun Sells He
TA| K.O.PMf^NET This machine is nnirersaUyconaidwcd to be
VT-ITiniV11& th lu
machine produced today. The demand for thiysa stylef
500 Kitchen Showers
Exactly as illustrated. 12 useful ar
ticles for the kitchen. A bargain that
will be appreciated by every house
wife. The set comprises 12 articles i
needed for daily use in every house
hold. The outfit consists of one bast
ing spoon, one paring knife, one cake(
turner, one coffee strainer, one bis
cuit cutter, one nutmeg grater, one I
bread knife, one tin kitchen fork,
one egg beater or whipper, one veg-'
etable grater, one wire potato mash
er and one teapot strainer. Each
set is packed in a pasteboard box.
tween I and 9
p. m. we will
sell 500 sets at,
money anye phenomenal.of
In fact you have an instru
ment that la a combination
all the artistic and Instrument al
of the times.
Herjedalen, Sweden, may frequently be
seen with her great-great-grandmother,
Kerstin Olofsdotter, who is 93 years
old. Her mother} grandmother and
great grandmother also live in the
neighborhood, and not infrequently the
five generations come together.
To Canadian Northwest via Soo Line.
Homeseekers' rates every Tuesday.
Ticket Office, 119 So. 3d St., Minneapo
lis 379 Eobert St., St. Paul.
realize that luxuriant hair of
rich, youthful color always
to their charms. The hair
may be golden, black
or brown, but when
it becomes gray
or faded there Is
of age,: though
she may feel as
young as ever. Un
der these circum
stances gray hair is
a drawback to men
Koog* You Looking Youngm
lalways brings back the color and beauty of youth
to grayor faded hair* Positively removes dandruff,
kills the germ and stops hair falling. 'Does hot
soil skin or.linen. Aided by HARFINA SOAP
It soothes and heals the scalp, stops Itching and
promotes fine hair growth* .Large'60c. bottles.
Take nothing without Phllo Hay Q. signature.
Free Soap Offer fSBM^.
Sign tills coupon, take to any of the following
druggists, and get a 60c. bottle Hay's Hair
health and a 25c. cake Harflna Medicated Soap.
Best for hair, bath and toilet, both for 50c., or
sent by Phllo Hay Specialties Co., Newark, N. J.,
express prepaid, on receipt of 60c. sad this adv.
A full and oomplmtm l/nm of thm omtmbrmtrnd
Columbia rmcordm oonmtmntly on hand.
Following druggists supply Hay's Balrhealtk
and Harfina 6oap in their shops only:
20th av N Danek. 1228 Washington av N Bush,
122a Nicollet av Sweet. Chicago av and IStb st
Kruckeberg,, 27th av S and 25th st^ Peterson,
1501 Washington av S Crowell, .1012 Hennepin
av Larrabee's Pharmacy,"1
220 0 Hennepin av
Waebburn, Hennepin av and Lake st Nagel,
U0* 23th x Nj. Sanderson, 828 NtcoIlt
In case of death
all payments cease.
DRESSERSSol id oak dressers,
two drawers on top, full swell
front, large French bevel mir
ror, hand polish finish, patent
casters. ^^Cft "t
Price *PFB1 9
Purchase, $15 Down,
Of Your Heart. J/
It is the engine that forces S
the blood to every part of the"J,\
body this blood conveys the|"i
nourishment that makes flesh,
bone and muscle it also car
ries off the worn-out particles.T
If the heart flutters or palpi-*
tates, it is weak, and is work-"
ing imperfectly, so that the',
body does not get this nourish-
"1- have been a sufferer for years
from nervousness and. weak heart, and
I have tried all the doctors In the
community. They all told me that I
had heart trouble, but they failed to
help me. My drug-gist prevailed upon
me to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and
Restorative Nervine, saying- that if
the first bottle did not benefit me he
would return the money. Bvery dose
helped me from the time I began tak
ing it, and after awhile my trouble
was gwie entlrely."
BURDETTE DeKAT, Cuba, N. T.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by
your druggist, who will guarantee that
the first bottle will benefit. If It fail*
he will refund your money.
ment it also fails to throw off
the impurities, and they re-/
main to poison the system. '.jpp
If it is irregular, skips beats
or is painful, the heart is prob-
ably/"leaky" and the circulation
poor. These conditions are
dangerous. You can make
your heart well, and keep it
so, with Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
which is a heart medicine and
tonic that strengthens the
heart nerves and muscles.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind