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PETERMAN'S ROACH FOOD
A BOON TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
The most improved method to free a
house of large or small roaches is to use
the contents of a box of "Peterman's
at one time. Shako it on
joints so some of it will penetrate and re
main to keep the premises continuously
free. Roaches eat it as a food, it is
the most destructive remedy on this earth
to them, and it will not scatter them to
other places to live on and multiply
BEDBUG S"Peterman's Discovery"
(thick), a quicksilver
cream, is ^Ma&B&lb****--^ invaluable
to kill bed- JBifWfJlSHfS8E~'- bugs. Ap
pl lightly Va?r8^mjr with brushn
on beds ^g&?Jis^^
of picture ^^^^-i^ST-N' frames,
mouldings, etc. It will remain permanent,
and is the only remedy that they absorb
nnd kills them that go o\ei where it has
been lightly brushed on It will not rust
iron, harm furniture or bedding
'Peterman's Discovery" (liquid) in flex
ible cans, handy to force in joints for
quick application, will kill bedbugs and
their eggs- Instantly. The enoimous sale
of above remedies enables the price being
made so that the rich and poor alike can
afford to use them Sold in every prin
cipal store in the United States, and at
the following Minneapolis stoics Day
ton Dry Goods Co, "Wm Donaldson Co.
WM PETERMAN, Mfg Chemist.
Nos. 54, 56 and 58 West 13th st.
EsUblisned 1873. New York City.
HAVE YOU DYSPEPSIA?
How to Cure This "American Dis-
People who are so unfortunate as to
suffer from dyspepsia and other stom
ach disorders are disgusted with the
lemedies which are offered as a cure
for this disease. They have a good
light to be. When we know that the
numerous stomach bitters, all guaran
teed to cure dyspepsia, are depending
entnelv upon the large amount of al
cohol which they contain to delude the
sufferer into believing that stimula
tion is beneficial, and that all the dys
pepsia tablets which aie sold are de
pending upon dirty hog pepsin for the
digestive principle, then we begin to
get some idea why these nostrums fail.
Myers' Pa-pay-a Tablets are a real
cure for dyspepsia, because they are
made from a foimula entirelv upon the
latest scientific principles. They will
cure your stomach trouble because they
will act perfectly in an acid, alkaline
or neutral condition of the stomach.
They tone and strengthen the stomach
so that it will not be necessary to take
them after a few weeks.
If vou will send your name and ad
dress to The Myers Kemedy Company,
Detroit, Mich., you will receive a sam
ple of these tablets, together with a
booklet, absolutely free.
Sold and* guaranteed by A. D. Thomp
son Drug Co., corner First avenue S and
Third street and 401 Nicollet avenue.
HOW LIVES ARE WRECKED
People's Church Audience Will Hear
About "Forbidden Sweets."
G. L. Morrill will preach on "Forbid
den Sweets," at the People's church,
Unique theater, Sunday at 11 a.m. Mr.
Morrill will deal with diffeient kinds
of dissipation, which, while en^ovable
and apparently harmless at first, eventu
allv fill penitentiaries and asylums.
A feature of the service will be a
duet by Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Black, late
of Pittsburg. They will sing "Lig ht of
Life by Evans. Mr. Black -will also
sing a tenor solo, Hill of God,'' by
The orchestra will play "Minuet,"
Havdn "S^eet Smiles," "Waldteufel.
and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March."
Hotel transients, the theatrical pro
fession and the general public are in
Carey Eoofing will neither run in hot
weather nor crack in cold weather. Ab
solutely guarnteed. See W. S. Nott
Co., Tel. 376.
Is offered as a guarantee that neither
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
contains alcohol, opium, or any harmful
drug. Any one publishing false state
ments concerning their ingredients will
be prosecuted. Doctor Pierce's. Family
Remedies are compounds of medicinal
'principles, scientifically extracted from
native roots that cure the diseases for
which they are recommended. They are
medicines which have enjoyed the public
confidence for over a third of a century.
They are medicines nq beverages, made
to satisfy a, craving for "booze."
"Golden Medical Discovery" regulates
una Invigorates stomach, liver and bowels,
and cures dyspepsia, purifies the blood
end tones up the system generally.
"Favorite Prescription" cures female
weakness, irregularities, exhausting
drains, painful periods and kindred ail
ments peculiar to women. Accept no
substitute for these medicines, each of
tyhich has a record of marvelous cures.
Substitution means selfishness on the
part of the dealer who is looking for the
greater profit on an inferior article.
"Our dauehter who was attending college
became very nervous and we were advised
to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription,"
writes Mrs. M. C. Fox. of 57 E Leonard St.
Grand Rapids, Mich. "We did so and then
ou advised us to get the Golden Medical
Discovery' also. She took four bottles of
the 'Prescription' and three of the 'Golden
Medical Dlbcovery. and you never saw such
seventeen years old at the time. I will gladly
recommend Dr. Pierce's medicines to every
one I advise paients who have young
daughters who suffer from nervous troubles
j. to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription at
I once I am sure it will help them."
%*in nnn GIVEN AWAY, in copies of
people's Common Sense
Medical Adviser,T a book that sola to the ex
tent of 500,000 copies a few
years ago. at $150 per copy.
nLast year wo gave away
130,000 worth of these invalua
i We books This year we shall
tgive away $50,000 worth of
them. Will you share in this
benefit? If so, send only 21
one-cent stamps to cover cost
fo mailing only for book in
i stiff paper covers, or 31 stamps
for cloth-bound. Address Dr.
g. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
2 Saturday Evening^
NEW PASTOR FOR
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
ENGLISH LUTHERAN CONGREGA-
TION MAKES A CHOICE.
Young Man of Ripe Scholarship Comes
to Local Church After a Successful
Term in DuluthBorn in Minnesota,
He Has Degrees from Several Insti
JK TV V* VVVVVVVV
DH. A. L. ELMftTJIST, 2,
New Pastor of St John's English Lu
Dr. A. F. Elmquist, who has accepted
a call from St. John's English Lutheran
church, has made a splendid record in
Duluth with the Bethania Swedish
Lutheran church, which he has built up
from a small struggling organization to
one of strength and prosperity. He is
an organizer and a worker, as well as
a preacher and scholar, and his friends
hope to see him accomplish excellent re
sults with St. John's, the oldest Eng
lish Lutheran congregation in the
Dr. Elmquist is a native son, having
been born at Scandia, in Washington
county, Feb. 18, 1871. He showed a
fondness for study at an early age, and
at the age of 15 entered Gustavus
Adolphus college, St. Peter, from
whence he giaduated 1894 with hon
ois. The next year was spent in study
ing Assyrian and Hebrew with Dr. H.
V. Hilprecht of Pennsylvania. The
next year, at Augustana seminary, Bock
Island, completed his preparation for
the ministry, and he was ordained in
1896. Shortlv afterward the young
clergyman took charge of Bethania
church in West Duluth.
Altho much occupied with iis church
work he was able to continue his
studies and won the degree of master
of arts at the University of Minnesota.
Then a year was passed in Europe in
study, mostly in Berlin. On his return
to America has zeal for study was un
diminished, and 1900 he won two
more degrees, doctor of philosophv
from the University of Minnesota and
master of letters from Bethany college,
Kansas, of which the late Dr. C. A.
Swensson was then president.
Dr. Elmquist parts from his first
flock with keen regret. His old par
ishioners refused to let him go? and it
was only because a wider field is found
in Minneapolis that he leaves his
fiiends in Duluth. His first sermon as
pastor of St. John's will be preached on
the second Sunday in July.
"INNER MISSION" WORK
Mass Meeting of Lutherans to Consider
New Move Monday Night.
A mass meeting looking to the organiza
tion of an "Inner mission" society by the
Lutheian churches of the city will be held
Monday evening at Augustana church,
Seventh street and Eleventh avenue S.
This movement is an outgrowth of the
feeling that more thoro work is needed in
keeping tiack of young people coming into
the cities, to keep them under church in
fluences and from thifting into indiffer
ence. The committee of Lutheran pas
tors recently named to present the sub
ject has decided on this mass meeting, to
which all Lutherans are invited. Dr.
Trabert of Salem English Lutheran
church will speak on "Inner Missions in
Germany," and Rev. M. Norstad on the
need of inner mission work in Minneapo
lis Addresses will all be given in Eng
lish The choir of Salem church will sing
the Gloiia from Mozart's Twelfth Mass.
Governor Johnson to Speak.
The Men's club of Park Avenue Con
gregational church will close its active
work of the year with an informal din
ner and reception Tuesday evening, May
16, in the church parlors. Governor
John A. Johnson will speak, and musical
numbers will be rendered by the Ma
sonic quartet. Ladies will be admitted
to the galleiies to hear Governor John
THE EPWORTH ANNIVERSABY.
Anniver^nj sorrlces "will be conducted by
most of the
tomorrow, celebrating the
ar ot the founding of the
oiganiiatiou. The league at Prospect Park
church will defer its celebration until a week
fiom Sunday and will bo assisted by the district
The Cpworth leatnie of Wesley church will
celebiate the anniversary beginning with a.)sun-
rise pra\ er meeting at 7 a which will be led
In Di Bailev Professor A. Benson the
president of the league, will lead the regular
meetine at 6 43 Dr. Guild will preach the
nrmiver-aiy spimon at 8 p.m. The league will
attend in a body, a portion of the church being
leserved for its use
The anniversary will be celebrated at 7 30
TO by the Simpson chapter. Special music
snd reoresenlations of the several departments
of work will constitute the program, concluding
1th a consecration servics.
The Lake Street chapter will celebrate the an
niveisarr with a suniise piaver meeting at 7
a led b\ O Ellis special junior league
meeting will be held at 3 30 m. In the even
ing a special program will be given by the
The soim service tonorrow afternoon at Ae
biu hospital will be in charge of Wesley Ep
Thirteenth Avenue chapter will Rend a dele
gate to the Denver convention, and on May 24
\vijl give an entertainment for th's delegate's
The street lailvay company has assured the
Lakeside Assembly association that cars will
be ruuning past their grounds some time dur
iug the sunuaei.
SPECIAL MUSICAL FEATURES.
Rev W. H. W. Boyle, D.D., pastor of the
House of Hope church, St. Paul, will preach
in Westminster church Sunday evening. The
offertory will be
lows Organ "Traumerel." Hubay, anthem.
"While I Have Time," Parker response, "I
Liy My Sins," Hiwley.
The Stanley Hall quartet will render special
musical numbers at both services at Calvary
Baptist church tomorrow In the morning they
will sing "TUP Ixs Chord." and "Fear Ye
Not. O Israel Special numbers will be sung
at the evening seivice
At Linden Hills tomorrow morning the choir
will sing "O For a Shout of Joy." Ashford, and
MibS Miller will sing Adafis' "Holv City." The
evening anthems will be "His Tender Care."
Wagner, and "Sweet Sabbath Eve," Parks.
PTJLPIT AND PEW.
The joung men of Shiloh church have formed
a ilub for studying nnd discussing piesent day
issues The club w=q formed last Monday even
ing and will meet eveiv Monday evening, every
hfth meeting to be of a social natuie Te
wo, is not to be confined among the young men
of the church. All men in Northeast Minneapo
lis who are ^Interested, will be made welcome.
Problems of trusts, government ownership, bank
ing, insmance, public corruption aiid social evils
will be discussed from time to time. Tuo work
will be divided into live sections.
"Fathers and Mothers' Day" will be celebrated
at the Portland Avenue Church of Christ, Sunday
morning with special serviceH. The Sunday
school and church services will be combined
and an address on Bible school work will be
given by the pastor, Rev. R. W. Abberley.
Rev. A. N. Alcott will close hie seven years'
pastorate of All Souls' Univevaalist chuilh to
morrow. A farewell leceptiou will be Riven at
the church Tuesday evening. Mr. Alcott goes
immediately to uls new charge at Webster City,
At the Thirty-eighth Street Congregational
church, Edwin I). Solenberger, uenpral manager
of the Associated Charities, will speak tomorrow
evening on the "Unworthy Poor." This is the
third addiess in a series on the church and
public problems. Ne^t Sunday evening. J. M,
Anderson will speak on Public Morals."
"Seeing the City's Sights" will be Rev. W.
B. Riley's theme at the First Baotist church
tomorrow evening This is the second talk in
the seiies on "The Piesent-Day Prodigal." A
special program of music will be rendered by the
quartet and large chorus choir nuder the direc
tion of Piofessor S Clay Gilbert
Tomorrow Dr. Lathan A. Crandall, pastor of
the Trinity Baptist chuich, will preach the dedi
cation sermon of the First Baptist church of
Fargo, N Dean V. Downey of the Uni
veisitv of Minnesota will occupy the pulpit of
Trinity church Sunday morning. In the evening
9 to UA.M.
18c a Yard
1000 yards fine, strong white
washable Habut,ai silk, 15 yards
only to each customer. None at
this price after 11 a. m.
Wash Goods Half Price
11 to 2
Remnants59c Printed Silk Eoli
ehnes, Silk Weft Fabrics, high
class Novelty Effects, in fact all
the best selling fabrics in our
assortments no limit, buy 'IC-
all you want, values to 59c, ^JjQ
Dayton 19-inch wear guaranteed Black
Taffeta, worth 75c a yard, at
Dayton's 36-inch wear guaranteed Black
Taffeta, worth $1.00 a yard, at
24-inch Black twilled Foulard, you know
the maker worth $1.00, at
98c for Beautiful Satin Broche FoulardsThis is
not a large collection, but the styles are exclusive
and the colorings charming24 inches i r\ O
wide, always $1.25 per yard, at O
W^^t^^^THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. fay 13, 1905.
the congregation will worship with the Central
The Woman's Home Missionary society of
Simpson M IS. church has secured Mrs. Elder of
Boaa, Ala. I who will address the congregation
at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow In the Interests of their
work. Mrs. Elder Is In charge of a school for
poor white girls at Boaz, and is an eloquent
The Young People's Christian union of the
Church of the Redeemer will meet in the young
people's clubroom at 6:80 p.m. tomorrow. The
topic will be "A Homely Christian Virtue:
Dudley P. Chase post will hold the memorial
services Sunday, May 28, at the First Methodist
Episcopal church, Ninth avenue and Fifth street
SB. Dr. W. H. Jordan will deliver the address.
See Stockwell Soon-That life insur
ance^The Penn. Mutual. Andrus bldg.
"Omaha and Des Moines Limited"
Trains leave Minneapolis dailv at 8:35
p.m. via the Minneapolis & St. Louis,
arriving Omaha the following morning
at 8:05 a.m., Des Moines 7:35 a.m.
Through Pullman Sleepers and Buffet
Library Car service. Direct connections
in Union Depots for points south and
west. Call on J. G. Rickel, City Ticket
Agent, 424 Nicollet Ave.
A Purchase of the Surplus Stocks of the
THE MONOTUCK SILK CO.
VALENTINE & BENTLEY
KELLER & MEQROZ
at Half Price and Less.
AY HAS BROUGHT a host of fine silks to Dayton's and we
in turn are going to pass them on to you. Several manufac-
turers, knowing our capacity for handling large quantities of silks,
offered us their surplus stocks. We closed the deal quicklytho
silks were too good, the prices were,too low to pass.
They are the Most Desirable Silks Made.
Twin City women have always set. great store by Dayton's Silk
Sales. This sale will only add to your confidence, for the values
are better, bigger and in greater number. We suggest that
you come early and take advantage of them. Ready Monday at
9 a. m. sharp.
Values to 50c yard Consisting of good Foulards,
new Wash Silks,Jacquard Taffetas in blues, browns
-and greens white wash Habutai and black Japan-
ese Silks for shirt waists, etc., also odds and ends
of many other kinds of silks.
Values $1.00 yard Consisting of silk velvets,
27-inch colored and white Japanese Silks, adapted
for graduation and commencement plain colored
taffetas for lining and petticoats black taffetas
and neat effects in fancy silks.
Values to $1.25 a yard Consisting of plain col-
ored Peau de Cygnes, Taffetas, changeable Taf-
fetas, satin twilled Foulards, satin Liberties, Hab-
utais, natural Pongee, black Moires, Armure Ben-
galine, Grenadines, also 50 waist lengths in beautiful fancy silks.
Values to $1.25 a yard Consisting of new 27-
inch Shirt Waist Suit Silks, 27 inch plain and
changeable Taffetas, colored Peau de Cygnes, satin
Duchesse, black guaranteed Taffetas, satin twilled
Foulards, black Peau de Soie, 27 inch black Peau de Crepes, etc.
Values to $1.50 a yard3,000 yards of beautiful
new Silks for Shirtwaist Suits, in tasty effects in
Jacquard Check Louisenes and Taffetas, new change-
able effects in Taffetas, Colored Lumineaux, 27-inch
Colored Taffetas, fine quality 25-inch Natural Pongee, Black Peau
de Soie, guaranteed Taffetas, etc.
Values to $2 a yardA grand assortment of new
Shirtwaist Suit Silks all the correct^ colorings, such
as navy, reseda, brown, etc. yard wide guaranteed
black Taffeta, 27-inch guaranteed black Taffeta,
guaranteed Peau de Soie, Warp Printed Soft Silks, 21-inch Colored
Louisenes, Black Peau de Cygnes and28-in. all Silk Colored Pongees.
Values to $2.50 a yard Consisting of new checked
Louisines-with beautiful jacquard and dot effects
handsome new patterns in Chiffon Taffetas, new
plaids, plain and glace Taffetas with embroidered
dots and rosebuds, in black, navy, green and brown black Peau de
Soie, Peau de Cygne, 21-inch imported Chiffon Taffeta, double
warp Surah and Satin Duchesse.
VJAOK OF ALL TRADES."
O. L. Morrill.
My life has been divided between music
and the ministry. I have always admired
a man who could turn his hand to any
thing, and sometimes I foolishly Imagined
I was such a man.
The kitchen drain wa^s clogged. I saw
no necessity for a plumber's bill with its
lead-pipe cinch, so I hunted up a candle
and a monkey-wrench. I had trouble in
reaching the. "cap." I crawled Into a
kind of black hole of Calcutta, and was
greeted with worse than Cologne odors
It was fat man's misery. Neither self
nor monkey-wrench could hardly turn
Finally I gave the wrench a hard jerk.
It slippedso did I. I felt something
warm on the back of my head, and at
Noonday Luncheon 30c, in Our Tea Rooms. Excellent Table d'Hote Dinner, 5 to 7, 40c
SEVENTH AND NICOLLET
Sale continues all next week. Out of town people will find
it to their advantage to attend this sale and purchase freely.
Ma Sale Silks and Wash Goods
These Extra Silk Specials
3000 Travelers' Silk
Samples and Short
Lengthsevery conceivable kind of silk is repre
sented herein the large center Booth at, each
10c 20c 30c 40c ,50c
Worth two and three times as much.
We've arranged for extra space and extra salespeople,
to expedite easy purchasing,
SALE CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK-Out-of-town people will find it to their advantage to attend this sale and purchase freely:
the same time detected the odor of burnt
I had fallen on the lighted candle. Just
then the refractory "cap," which had
loosened, flew off. and I was deluged with
greasy water that put the candle out,
and me, too.
What I felt was unutterableWhat I
said was unprintableand the way I
looked was Indescribable. But I was a
sadder and a wiser man, and perfectly
willing to send for the plumber and have
him finish the Job.
"Jack of all trades Is master of none."
A man may be versatile, but as a rule
he cannot do many things well. Same
people are big In one spot, but when
you spread them out over much surface,
they are very thin.
The most necessary thing In life's edu
cation is tt find one's sphere. The next
most Important thing is to keep it.
Sensible advice to meddlesome Marplots
and blundering busybodies is:
"Shoemaker, stick to your last."
Personally translated, It means, "Min-
The Very Fabrics You Want for Light
THE BEST PRODUCTIONS
OF FOREIGN AND
They Are the Most Desirable Wash Fabrics Made,
Consisting of Silk Warp Organdies, Mercerized Panamas, Linen
Suitings, Embroidered Swisses, Silk and Linen Novelties, French
Organdies, Pompadour Nets, Linen Tweeds, Silk Mohair Mixtures
and Twine Weaves. We mention here only a few, hundreds of
others just as reasonable. Ready Monday at 9 a. m. sharp.
Manchester ChambraysFull 32 in. wide, the scarce
shades of cadet blue, linen color, pink, green, browns,
etc.sell regularly at 19c, at per yard
Mercerized PanamaPure yarn dyed, check effect, 1 C/
the scarce shades, cadets fawn and green, 80c value J--/*-*
Arnold MullsFine sheer fabric, with invisible satin
stripe effect the new Tweed printings sell regu-
larly at 19c. Per yard
Dress LiaensDouble width, real Irish "t Q~
dress linens, natural colors, 30c value,
Checked VoilesThese are pure yarn.dyed mixtures
stylish tweed patterns, neat checks
Loraine MadrasThe well known Loraine Mills make, Book- OO-
fold, the new woven color combination stripes,val. to 40c, yd
London BatisteVery fine and sheer fabric, the
newest idea printing, Japanese and staple styles 20c
values. Per yard
Tan VoilesWith the new splash effect print- "1 1
ing. These would be cheap at 20c, yard
Silk Embroidered OrgandiesVery sheer fabrics
with fancy Embroidered designshandsome printings
worth regularly 35c, at per yard
.-a-, Silk and Linen TissuesWith embroidered contrast- C/^
ing dots. These are pure silk and linen, 69c value, J**
Silk OrgandiesThese are all this season's latest
floral printings, in allNthe dainty combinations reg-
ular value is 45c. At, per yard
Printed Pompadour NetsThe elaborate Amer- AQr -At
v^ ican beauty rose printing, 6*c value, yard
Fine OrgandiesMost exquisite and sheer, designs
are simply beautiful, the color combinations are per-
fect these are 35c values. Yard
Paris FabricsThe high class plaid effect, white silk CQp *&-
xquisite, 85c value,yard
and linen combination, very exc
45-inch Black Crepe de Chine, a verydj j?r\
handsome quality, always$2, at,.... %P 1 \J
45-inch Black Crepe de Chine, the best quality
in the market at $2.50 a yard, d A
ister, stick to your pulpit, and don't seek
to be a plumber."
"Man goeth forth unto his work and to
his labor." "&
$16.60St. Louis and Return$16.50.
May 13th to 22nd inclusive, the' Rock
Island" will sell tickets to St. Louis
and return for $16.50. For particulars,
call on A. L. Steece, City Passenger
Agent. 322 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis,
$69.90 Bound Trip to California.
TicketB on sale May 12, 13, 29, 30, 31,
June 1, via the Minneapolis & St. Louis
E. K. Final return limit ninety days.
Stop-overs allowed in both directions
and tickets good going one route and
returning another. For particulars call
on J, G. Bickel, City Ticket Agent, 424
Not one in twenty are free from some
little ailment caused by inaction of the
liver. Use Carter's Little Liver Pills.
The result will be a pleasant surprise.
They give positive re^ef. _vj^"
Wash Goods Half Price
9 to 11
R*maantsTo\]e da Nord Ging
hams, Bates' SeersuckersJ,Arnold
Taffetas, Embroidered Crep
es, Percales, and many other, I
values to 15c, no limit
It A. M. to 2 P. M.
81c a Yard
300 yards wear guaranteed black
Taffeta, 12 yards only to each
customer. None at this price
after 2 p.m.
Yards Wash Goods
At About Half Price
ANY OF THE MOST charming fabrics in this sale are offer-
ed as a result of a very recent fortunate purchase. Some
have arrived since this advertisement was under way, necessitating
a change in the items we had planned. These styles are very beauti-
and very high class, and like the silks
/v 35c Values
69c Beautiful Kimono Silks Our collection of
these charming silks is the finest in the North
west, 100 pieces in the lot, worth to $1.00 a yard,
32 inches wide. Your choice during
this sale at