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keys. Regular price,
22-in. Iron Jointer Planewith 2
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Calipers6-inch outside, with slip
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Dividers6-inch solid nutregular
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Normannaheimen NORSE STUDENTS
MUSICAL CRITIC SPEAKS HIGHLY
OF TENORS AND BASSES.
Dr. Sven Hedin Stirs Vv Anger in Nor
way His Newspaper on the Nor
wegian Consular Question and a Live
ly Paper Warfare Is Being Carried
The Norwegian students who are toerately,
sing their way into the hearts of theon
American people are nearing New York,
having left Christiania on the steamship
United States just a week ago. With
them went the well wishes or the whole
student body statd every Norwegian hav
ing a friend or relative in the United
States, for the siWgers go from home as
an embassy of good will and friendship.
"Aftenposten" in describing one of
the rehearsals held toward the last
There were sung a number of songs
with solos and chorus. It was a great
leasure to hear the chorus. Non bet
has hardly ever wandered beyond
the borders of Norway. It includes a
number of unusually brilliant and lyric
tenors, whose power is very marked.
Then there is an ensemble of basses
whose deep resonance rols as an organ
back of the fresh tenors, with their
bright spirit. With such a chorus Mr.
GToendanl, (the director), can safely
travel to the ends of the earth."
When the chorus gets such unqualified
approval in comparison with those of
the past, who have won triumph after
triumph in competition with the finest
male choruses in the world, no one in
America need fear that the students
will not be a credit to the University
of Christiania and the Norwegian peo
SAILOR BROUGHT IT
Smallpoz Epidemic in Copenhagen
Traced to One Case.
What one plain case of smallpox can'
accomplish is shown by the present ex-
erience in Copenhagen.^ The disease
out in several places widely apart,
but the original case was traced to anthe
English sailor. It was supposed that
proper precautions had. been taken
against a spread of an epidemic, but
the disease got away from the health
authorities. One of the victims was a
manufacturer who had contracted it
from playing cards with a medical stu
dent who had attended one of the cases.
The outbreak has not proven particular
ly serious as yet.
DANGER OF SEPARATION
Possibility of Russian Aggression Dis
cussed by Hedin.
Dr. Sven Hedin in another newspaper
article on the Norwegian situation dis
cusses with' considerable frankness the
possibility of a Russian advance on
Norway the event that this country
separates itself from Sweden and itsexactitude
natural allies. It is quite possible that
the Northern part of the country would
look with favor on Russian supremacy
in Finmark. In' conclusion Dr. Hedin
If the Norwegians do not accept the
latest and the-most liberal proposals it
would appear that there Is only one alter
native, namely, a revolution in Norway
followed by the dissolution of the urlon.
Europe will then learn what was the real of a
object and purpose of the journeys of the old.
Norwegian private emissaries, namely, an
endeavor to win the sympathies and sup
port of the great powers for Norway in
her breach of the union. That accom
plished, there will begin a new era forpostal
the Scandinavian peninsula, the future of
which will be enveloped in obscurity to
an even greater degree than it is now and
be fraught with even greater risks and
Then the field will be open for thetwelve
prospect which Nansen unfolded In one of
his interviews when he spoke of the pos-
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You might open it with dynamite, of
course, and probably injure the con
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Yet millions are doing worse for
themselves than that every day.
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Nothing could be more unpardonably,
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tivity of the manufacture of virulent
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL
siblllty of. the cession of Norwegian ter-|"nfTf*
ritory to Russia. He declared that the ll\lKllK Nllll\l
Norwegians would not permit anybody llUvJlf* HVJJvJ ill/vJJU
without fighting to appropriate an inoh of
Norwegian soiV least of all, Russia. Thus
during his visit in England Nansen has
been contemplating the possibility of a
war with both Sweden and Russia. So
far as the latter country Is concerned, he
is right war with Russia would be a very
probable consequence of a rupture of the
Swedish-Norwegian union. But is It wise
to advocate a policy which may lead to
such a catastrophe?
And can the 2,000,000 inhabitants of
Norway afford the preparations that
would be required for a war with Russia?
Let them not forget that tho Russia may
be uhable to wage war successfully 4,000
miles from home, we are not warranted
in concluding that she cannot do so at her
own gates. It is yet to be hoped that the
statesmen of Norway, In view of the last
proposals which have been made with a
view to the preservation of the union will
weigh the situation prudently and delib
and will remember that a union
a footing of equality Is safer for bot
Kingdoms, and especially
that a dissolution of thel union which
might prove a nemesinsg to Norwav can
SSK position of Sweden, except thisthat she
would no longer be under any obligation
NORWAY AND ROYAL FAMILY
Recent Legislation Shows Mutual Good
Will and Respect.
The correspondent who writes so in
terestingly under the
Marquise de Fontenosvt says: '?That
Norway's parliament should have voted
unanimously,a without a single dissen
it^u,uu a year to young Prince Gus
tavus Adolphus, Duke of Scania, on the
occasion of his marriage to Princess
Margaret of England, shows not merely
the popularity of the impending matri
monial alliance Norway, but likewise
that the alleged animosity of the Nor
wegians to the reigning house has been
considerably exaggerated by the for
eign press, the contributors to which
about the matter are for the greater
part Scandinavians, who, expatriated
tor one reason or another, are no longer
in touch with the situation in the land
of their birth and are deprived Toy
their exile of all sense of proportion.
"If I speak with some feeling about
the matter, it is because I never write
a friendly word about Norway without
receiving attacks of angry letters from
Swedes established in this country,
while if I say anything pleasant about
Swedes the Norwegians settled in
the United States abuse me, and if I
endeavor to steer a middle course both
combine to denounce me, the virulence
of their attacks being of such a char
acter as to render it quite impossible
to comply with their demands to publish
"The fact of the matter is that the
animosity between the Swedes and Nor
wegians is far less bitter than alleged,
and that certain members of the Swed
ish reigning family, especially tEo
queen, enjoy a good deal more popu
larity in Norway than in Sweden. The
unanimous vote of the Norwegian legis
lature of an annuity to Prince Gus
tavus Adolphus on the occasion of his
marriagean allowance which will be
supplemented by $30,000 more a year
voted by the Swedish legislaturecon
stitutes the most eloquent proof of the
of my assertion as to the
good will of the people of Norway to
ward their reigning family."
There have been frequent changes of
ministry in Norway and the statement
that there are sixty-three former mem
bers of the ministry on top of earth is
not particularly remarkable. The Nestor
,1 1 is Ainar Sorensen, who is 82 years
Remittances to Norway.
Norway received 5,669,545 kroner
from the United States in the form of
money orders in 1904. This is
about a half million more kroner than
has been received in any previous year
and much more than Norway has sent
to America twelve years. The bal
ance in favor of Norway for the past
years is 29,149,875 kroner.
Hauge Assigned to Parish.
Eev. Hans Nielsen Hauge, former
head of the church department, has been
appointed parish priest at Skien.
Schauman's Father Free.
General Sehauman, father of the
young man who killed Governor General
Bobrikoff of Finland, has been acquitted
of the charge of treason by the high
court at Abo, Finland. The charges
against General Sehauman were ground
less and were inspired by the malice
of the Euasian officials toward the
Abuses Swedish Ministry.
Professor Reutesskjold of tJfpsala is
apparently not impressed with the
present Swedish government, as he de
scribes in the following sharp language:
"The government weak and provi
sional, a conventional regent and a col
orless, conventional minister of state
an excommunicated liberal minister
of justice a meaningless foreign
minister a defeated war minister a
marine minister who prefers secret, de
vious ways to open warfare, tho ad-will
mitting that a blow is needed among
the councillors a vacancy, and one of
whom no one knows where he stands."
Was at Port Arthur.
Battalion Surgeon Josef Hammer of
the Swedish army is home again from
a sojourn with General Nogi's army.
He watched the entire Port Arthur
campaign and has been much sought
by interviewers on his return. He as
serts that the surrender of Port Ar
thur was a disgrace to the Russian
arms, as General Stoessel had over
20,000 men in fighting condition, pro
visions for several months and# large
quantities of powder and ammunition.
The Japanese medical corps, to which
he gave his attention, was well organ
ized and mightily effective, even under
most discouraging conditions.
Bishop Wexelsen Installed.
Bishop Wexelsen was ordained as
bishop of Trondhjem diocese in the fa
mous cathedral, with imposing cere
monies, on April 16. The services were
conducted by Bishop Bang, assisted by
numerous clergymen, and were attended
by members of the storthing and high
dignitaries of the state and munici
Praise for Sweden's Army.
Captain Count Wrangel of the Aus
trian army, in an article in the Mili
tar Wochenblatt, praises the Swedish
army very highly, and asserts that only
in point of numbers is it inferior to
any other modern army, and even in
spite of the discrepancy in numbers,
any army invading Sweden would find
a hard nut to crack in the Swedish
1 :M* -y~
A KILLING AT WIBAUX^.
Floyd Sackett Shot Dead in a Quarrel
with a Neighbor. V***i'
GLENDIVB. MONT.Floyd Sackett, Well
known resident of Wibaux, was shot and in
stantly killed at Ox Ranch. laBt night, It la
alleged, by Mark White.
Sackett and White, it is said, were Involred
in an altercation over the removal ot some
sheep from land claimed by Sackett. White,
according to the charges, became greatly an
gered over something Sackett said and before
he could be restrained shot Sackett. the bullet
striking him in the forehead and penetrating lite
OF ITS VICTIM
Man Believed Dead for Half a
Century Is Now Known
to Be Living.
Denver, May 12.A murderer, sup
posed to have been hanged in West Vir
ginia forty-eight years ago, but who
simulated death and escaped, is said to
have been located in Colorado, where
he is a prosperous mine owner. A de
tective who arrived in Denver last
night from Parkersburg, W. "Va.. ex
pects to find Baxter Pate^ who will be
taken back to expiate a crime for which
he was supposed to have paid the death
penalty almost a half-century ago.
In a room in the Central Hotel of
Parkersburg. in 1858, Baxter Pate, alias
McDaniel Rhea, killed John Littrell,
one of his friends, in a quarrel over
cards. After several months the mur
derer was apprehended in North Caro
lina and taken to the scene of the mur
der, where he was supposed to have
been hanged. His body, immediately
after the hanging, was turned over to
his brothers, who were rich men and
who expressed a desire to bury the body
near their boyhood home in North Car
Recently Elys Lawton, who had been
employed in a Colorado mine by Baxter
Pate, went east and heard an account
of the murder of Littrell by Baxter
Pate. The name electrified him, for he
had always believed the murderer to be
McDaniel Rhea. Instantly he recalled
a confidential talk with his employer,
who, he says, confessed to having killed
one of his closest friends over a game
of cards in his youth. He also recalled
the clever ruse by which, Pate said, he
had escaped punishment.
A small steel frame was clandestinely
carried to Pate by his brothers a few
days before the time set for the hang
ing, and with this worn under his cloth
ing he was saved from strangulation.
His body was given to his brothers.
Supplied with money by them, he soon
found refuge in the far west, where he
has prospered beyond his fondest hopes.
RAILWAY CONTRACTOR LOST
Finkelnburg May Have Been Harmed
by Those Opposed to Road.
MISSOULA. MCNT.-Word comes from Iron
Mountain that O C. Finkelnburg, a prominent
conrtactor of Spokane, who has a contract from
the Amador Mining company for the construc
tion of a ratlroai wrich the company Is build
ing there. Is lost Mr. Finkelnburg left last
Sunday and nothing has been heard or seen of
him since. Foul piav Is feared
Theie is much objection by some of the resi
dents in that section of the country relative to
the building of a railroad thru certain parti)
of the district and many refuse to give the
companv a right of way. Mr. Finkelnburg is
reported to be lost at some point between Trout
Creek and Spokane.
CUMBERLAND, WISThe Ashland district
Bpworth League will hold Its annual convention
In this, city Jane 16 To 18. Bishop Joyce, Rev,
Dr. G. A. Scott of Milwaukee, Dr. T.-H. Hare,
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league, Presi
dent O. 0. Merica of Larence university, and
O. MOBS, president of the State Bpworth league
Long of Short Cake
Strawberries tempted you
"Long of the market"
Then biliousness dull,
Why don't you take a
TmY great aperient water
settles the stomach, cleans
out the system, and removes
the cause of bile and indi
For sale everywhere.
QUIOKEE TEAS DOOTOB'S TOtflOS,
SAYS TYPHOID PATlEflT.
Young I**? Uft by Stover a Very Wk
State 17M* Dr. tTUllaau* Wnk *U1
irltb Gratifying Beaulte.
After a fever, such as typhoid OT sowrv
let, has ran its full course there remains
the recovery of strength. The tonio that
most rapidly increase the red cor
puscles in the blood is the one that will
mewt quickly restore oolor to the pale
cheeks, strength to the -weak musoks,
and elasticity to the sluggish nerves. Bo
far nothing has ever been produoed su
perior to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Miss Midendorf had been ill with
typhoid fever for fourteen weeks. She
had a good physician who oarreid her
safely through the critical stages. When
be left, nothing remained to be done ex
cept to build u$ hot strength, whloh was
very feeble, and he gave her some pre
scriptions for that purpose. Here, how
ever, she met with disappointment.
I took the doctor's tonics," she says,
"for two months after I had recovered
fronvthe fever, but they did not do me
the good I looked for. My strength came
back so slowly that I scarcely seemed to
be making any progress at all. Just
then I Tead in a book thrown in our
yard some sWihing testimonials showing
what wonderful VloedVbnttders and
starengtfe-givers r*. Williams' Fink Pills
are. I got a box of them soon after
this and after I had taken only about
half of them taenia see a very great im
provement in my condition. When I
had used up two boxes, I felt that I did
not need any more medicine. have
remained-strong ever since."
Miss ft B. Mideederf lives at Ho.
1601 Park street, Quincy, El. Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills axe the best remedy to
use in all oases of weakness, from what
ever cause the system meferteee* down.
In oases of debility due tooveswork they
minister fresh strength and overcome
nervous symptoms. They aze a speoifio
for anwmia or bloodlessness. They are
particularly helpful to girls on the verge
of womanhood. They meet all the re
quirements of the period known as the
change of life. They correct spring
__ languor. They strengthen weakdiges
I tion and nmse np sluggish organs. No
^ertonie oomWes so riW virtue*.
FRE E VESTS
One of our fancy novelty vest patterns will be made up absolutely
free with every suit ordered Saturday.
To accommodate those who cannot come in the day time, we will!
keep open till 10 p.m. Do not wait until evening, as many come then,
who cannot come any other time.
This effective touch of style, so important to the "best dressers"
natty appearancea fancy vestCOSTS YOU ABSOLUTELY NOTH-
ING ON SATURDAYYou would no doubt be glad to pay full value for
these vestshowever they are free for this one day onlymade to your
A PROMINENT JUDGE OF THIS CITY was in and took advan-
tage of this offer this weekListen to his remarksthis is what he said
"Mr. RushI am surprised that you carry such a line of fine fabrics
had I known you had such a complete assortment I would have been in
sooner. What in the world do you do with all these goods?"
THIS WAS THE ANSWERWe have agents all over the Northwest
-early in the season we sample our complete line with all these agents
we must carry a big stock to fill their orderswhich are averaging now
30 to 50 suits a day. Our tailoring is so much better than what the town
tailors can doand the fabrics so much better that our agents get tha
business. You see by our stock we buy direct from the millssave the
jobber's profit, which no other tailors can do in the Northwest on ac-
count of their limited outletthat is one reason why we save you $10
to $20 on a suit to measure. We sell fabrics to many tailors in Minne-
ipolis through our wholesale departmentcheaper than they can get
ftem of jobbers. Our profit on this business alons is sufficient to pay the
Interest on our large investmentit enables us to quote prices through-
jut the Northwest which cannot be equaled by competitive tailors. OURS
tS THE LOWEST PRICE HOUSE I N AMERICA FOR FINE TAILOR-
$50 Tailored-to-Measnre Suits at....$30
$40 Tailore4-to-Measure Suits at $25
$30 Tailored-to-Measur* Suits at....$20
$25 Tailorad-to-Measure Suits at....$15
Minneapolis to Milwaukee and return, $10.20
tickets on sale Ju ne 46-19. Toronto and re-
turn, $25.50 tickets on sale Ju ne 18-22.
Baltimore and return, $31.00 tickets on sale
July 1-3. Buffalo and return, $25.50 tickets
on sale July 7-9. These low rates offered bjr the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
And the tickets will "be honored on all of its flye
daily trains, including the Pioneer Limited and
the Past Mail. Low excursion rates to other
destinations quoted upon application. i
328 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
WANT A FEW SUGGESTIONS
On the proper Paints and Finishes
TO USE ON YOUR
Floors, furniture, Fixtures, Bric-a-brac,
Interior and Exterior Woodwork?
till 10 P.M.
If your line of samples is weakif your
tailoring is not np to what you know it should
beif we are not represented in your town
write us-^it -will pay you.
J. A. RUSH CO.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Tailors,
On First Avenue, Opposite Post Office, Minneapolis.
W. B. DIXON,
W E HAVE THE IDEAS AMD THEY ARE RIGHT
W E HAVB THE
Paints and Finishes*
AND THEY ARE RIGHT
W. K. MORISON SkGO.,
Sole Agents In Minneapolis fer
N. W. P. A., St. Paul.
Paints, Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools, Etc.
247-249 Nicollet Avenue