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CASsmrs FAILURE
CAUSE OF RECALL
Russian Ambassador Did Not Keep
Government Informed of
American Sentiment.
BARON DE ROSEN,
Who Is Slated to Succeed Cassini at
Washington. $
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xv. v. v.
New York Sun Special Service.
Berlin, May 13.There is the best
authority for stating that Ambassador
Cassini's recall was due to his com
plete failure to keep the government
informed of the true condition of sen
timent in the United States, or prop
erly to make clear Russia's true inten
tions.
Hay Will Pleased.
New York Sun Special Service.
Washington, Mav 12.If Secretary
Hay resumes direction of the state de
partment, the departure of Count Cas
sini from "Washington will not cause
him any regrets. The secretary does
not admire the kind of diplomacy the
count practices. Cassini's is so far re
moved from the shirtsleeve brand, of
which John Hay is the chief exponent,
that there is no sympathy between
them. Nor is there any confidence.
It has been a source of great won
der that Count Cassini has been per
mitted to remain in Washington so
long. He has been a very earnest prac
titioner of the Russian code of diplo
matic maxims. A times he was so
earnest that the amiable secretary of
state vondered if he had not gone too
far.
Cassini's Pledges Unfulfilled.
This was especially the case in the
negotiations looking to the withdrawal
of tie Russian troops from Manchuria.
The count conveyed the assurances of
the government that the troops would
be jut by a certain day in 1902, and
he was also the messenger who said
tht. the long promised evacuation
wculd be an accomplished fact on Oct.
8, 1903.
I is one of the maxims of the Rus
sian diplomatic service that a verbal
assurance is much better than a writ
ten one. The count in nearly all cases
.vas a slavish follower of the rule, hence
there were times when it was hard to
determine whether it was the ambassa
dor who made promises that were not
carried out, or whether they were given
by the Russian government. This ina
bility of Mr. Hay to determine whether
the assurances were personal or gov-1
ernmental, at times made it rather em
barrassing for the secretary.
Is Rosen Acceptable?
St. Petersburg, May 12.The trans
fer of Ambassador Cassini from Wash
ington to Madrid was officially ga
zetted today, but the appointment of
Baron de Rosen to succeed Count Cas
sini at Washington has not yet been
gazetted.
Emperor Nicholas is awaiting a for
mal notification that Baron de Rosen
is persona grata to the United States
before signing his decree of nomination.
Not the slightest doubt exists here that
the baron is porfectly acceptable to
the government at Washington, where,
besides his high reputation as a' diplo
mat, he enjoys the personal acquain
tance not only of many officials, but
of President Roosevelt himself.
STANDARD OIL SPY
WITH GRAND JURY
Peoria Attorney Believes Men
Who Indicted Company's Offi
cials Were Shadowed.
Peoria, 111., May 13.According to
a statement made to the Associated
Press, State's Attorney Schaeffer is
convinced that a secret-service man in
the employ of the Standard Oil com
pany was present during the session p.f
the grand jury which indicted the two
officials. On returning unexpectedly
to his office one day, he found a stran
ger in his office.
"Do you want to see me?" asked
Mr. Schaeffer.
"No," replied the man I just
came in to look at vour courthouse.
I is an old-time building and I came
in to look around."
Mr. Schaeffer says there was no error
in the requisition papers for the two
indicted Standard Oil officials pre
sented to the governor. The authorities
at Springfield, acting presumably on the
advice i the attorney general office,
refused to grant them on the ground
that, as the subornation of perjury was
alleged to have been committed in Ohio,
the men should be punished there.
State's Attorney Schaeffer says that
he does not believe the governor ever
saw the papers, and he is going to lay
the matter before him personally.
C. T. Collings of Cincinnati, one of
the men, has said he will come if he
is wanted, but the state's attorney
ays he does not intend to depend
upon this.
The Bight Road to Omaha.
The Chicago Great Western Railway
Limited, leaving Minneapolis at 8 p.m.
arrives at Omaha at 7:15 the next
"morning. Electric-lighted .throughout
club cars, new Pullman sleepers and
free reclining chair cars. The day ex
press, leaving Minneapolis at 7:40 a.m.
arrives at Omaha at 7:55 the same even
ing has observations and parlor cars,
with diningroom and first-class coaches.
For further information and reserva
tions of berths apply to R. Heard,
general agent, corner Nicollet avenue
and Fifth street, Minneapolis.
All the Way the Right Road to Chicago,
Kansas City and Des Moines.
The Chicago Great Western Railway
has three trains daily each way with
new equipment making the fastest time.
Trains leave and arrive at convenient
hours. For further information' apply
to R. H. Heard, General agent, corner
Nicollet avenue and Fifth street, Min
neapolis. i
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We repair pitch and gravel roofs
Carey Roofing" after ten years' service
perfectly sound and water tight. Sea.
Nott Co., Tel
BUFFALO,
Restored to Health by Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. Sarah MUliman, -5 Johnson's Park,
Buffalo. N. Y., oiganizer of Buffalo Dress
makers' Union, and member of the Mac
cabees, writes
"For over
year I suffered with
neuralgia in the
face and over the
eyes. I had head-
ache a great deal,
my eyes were af-
NEURALOIA AND
HEADACHE
fected and had a bulged appearance.
"I was patient in trying several reme
dies without success.
"Finally, having heard that Peruna
had cured such cases, I gave it a trial
and within three months was restored to
health.
PLEADS FOE AMITY
Americans and Canadians Should Stand
United, Says Merrifield.
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man., May 13.University
degrees were conferred at a convocation
in the Winnipeg theater before a most
brilliant assemlbage, the lieutenant
governor, a'n'u an imposing array of of
ficials being present. A remarkable
speech was delivered by President Mer
rifield of the North Dakota university
in which he made an eloquent plea for
the common amity, in the west, of these
two great English-speaking nations.
adjured them by the memories of those
that lay in Westminster abbev to fol
low the lofty ideals set by the fore
fathers of the race.
A brakeman named John' A. McWat
ters was killed in the Canadian North
ern railroad yards today, being crushed
between two cabooses. had only
been west a year and came from Otta
wa. was 21 and unmarried.
Homeseekers' Rates.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R.
has on sale round trip excursion tickets
at one fare plus two dollars to points
in the West, South and Southwest.
Final return limit twenty-one days from
date of sale. Liberal stop-over priv
ileges granted. Call on J. G-. Riekel,
City Ticket Agent, 424 Nicollet Ave.
Unlike other prepared roofings, Carey
Roofing cannot be cheapened to fit a
price. Once a Carye's, always a
Carey's. See W. S. Nott Co., Tel. 376.
World's Fair-,\
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WOMEN WHO ARE HELPING
Pe-ru-na is Their Remedy in S
"Since then I have not had the least in
dication of a return of the catarrh."
Grateful to Pe-ru-na.
Miss Marie Lepschaw. 287 Second street,
Portland, Ore., member of Garment Work
ers' Union, Local 22S. writes:
"I have been troubled off and on for
the last three years with bilirv sness
mmmmmammm^Hammmm and constipation,
causing the food
BILIOUSNESS AND
INDIGESTION
to lie heavy on
my stomach. I
had heartburn,
acid gas rising in my threat, and a gen
eral distressed feeling..
"There were many days when was
compelled to take pills or bitter water for
the bowels, but, after using Peruna for
several weeks, I found to my surprise that
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THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL:
the trouble had disappeared and that I
was once more in my usual normal
health."
Has Learned the Value of Pe-ru-na.
Miss Mat Marine, Beatrice, Neb., mem
ber National Aid Society, writes:
"For seven years I worked steadily
without getting any vacation.
"This gradually wore out my system
and especially-
affected
SYSTEM WORN OUT
STOMACH AFFECTED
One Chickering Baby Grand, ebony case, fine condition, $325 payable
$10.00 per month.
These instruments are all in perfect repair and are easily worth from
one-half more to twice what we ask for them. A new stool and scarf goes
with each instrument.
A fine new stock of Kimball, Hallet & Davis, Whitney and Hinze Pianos
just received in new style casings.
Wt ^K!MBAW20
S. is Guarantor
for every bottle of our Rye
and Bourbon Whiskey,
because we strictly
bey the law passed
by U. S. Congress
and signed by the
President (March
-3rd, 1897). Hence
those who really~value $ Pure
Whiskey should demand
aUxi i'/uX IWM*I-
Brook
AIGHT
IS
BOTTLED IN BOND
The U.S^guarantees that it is bottled urjder the direct supervision of ^*^"J"
nre. honest, natural state and then sealed by 5.*TreasurylOept
pure
Sunny Brook.was the only Whiskey awarded .Grand Prize and Gold Medal at St,Loulsy
SUNNY BROO DISTILLERY CO., Jefferson County, Ky.
t'o a ch so
that for
theunable
last three
years I had severe indigestion, flatulency,
heartburn and occasional nausea.
"L. could no^ afford to take a rest, and
reading of the value, of Peruna, I thought
I would try it.
The following used pianos were taken in exchange for New
Scale Kimball and Hallet & Davis pianos. Note the prices and
termsif they don't suit you, it is certain you do not want an
instrument.
One Lighte Upright Piano, full
size, ebony finished case, excellent
condition, $85 payable $5 a month.
One Rembrandt Upright Piano,
full size, mahogany case, $95 pay
able $5 per month.
One Arion Upright Piano, full
size, mahogany case, $125 payable
$5 per month.
One Rembrandt Upright Piano,
full size, mahogany case, $150
payable $5 monthly.
One Everett Upright Piano, full
size, walnut case, $165 payable
$6 per month.
One Steinway Upright Piano,
full size, ebony case, $185 pay
able $6 per month.
'BRAHCHI
l727rtiCotit7AvE
"I am pleased to state that within four
weeks my stomach was entirely well, and"
I could digest my food without the least
trouble."
Pe-ru-na Keeps Her in Perfect Health.
Mrs. H. Kassatt, for over ten years the
manager of a plant which furnished la
dies' wear and employed hundreds of wo
men, writes from 1300 W. 13th street, Des
Moines, Iowa:
"About two years ago I felt that I
must take a long rest, as I had been
to work for over a month, and
^^^m^immm^mmmm^mmm.^ could not rain
my strengthe.g I
could not sleep at
night and was in
a very nervous,
INSOMNIA AND
NERVOUSNESS
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May 13, 1905.
Haveyou Housesfor Sale?
Wan to Realize Mor Mone en them?
PAINT THEM WITH
BEST PREPARED PAINT
II makes them Sell Quicker
AND
For Higher Prices
W. K. MORISON & CO.,
Sole Agents in Minneapolis for
Hardware, Paints, Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools, Etc.
247-249 Nicollet Avenue
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woman's
Nature Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties,
allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and
so prepares the system for the
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers
have testified and said, "it is
worth its weight in gold." $1.00 pe%
bottle^of druggists. Book containing
valuable Information mailed free. v(.
me wuonat wmmm 4 MIMI*
PROGRESS OF THE WORLD
Their Safeguard in* Health^:
"I decided
do to build
to try what Peruna would
up my strength, and aminstead
pleased to say that I began to improve
very shortly, and in less than two months
I was able to take up my work and felt
better than I have for years.
"I take it now twice a year and find
that it keeps me in perfect health."
Recommends Pe-ru-na to Other
Sufferers.
Miss Laura Bngel, 116 Josephine St.,
Syracuse, N. Y., Sup't Aarms Millinery
store, writes:
"I contracted a
cold which set
COLD SETTLED tied in catarrh of
the head and
throat. I thought
IN CATARRH
high-strung condition. that in time it would leave me, and there-
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Is to love children, and no
home can be completely
happy -without them, yet the
ordeal through which the ex
pectant mother must pass usually is
so full of suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour with apprehension and dread.
Friend
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"TO
E business woman -finds in Peruna an ever
available remedy.
While woman's social possibilities have been en
larged through a business life, at the same time
the unavoidable contact with climatic dangers in
cident to such a life has brought with it over
wrought nerves, deranged digestion and a whole
train of physical ailments.
Even after exposure and disease have produced
some definite derangement, a short course
of Peruna is sufficient to restore the health
again.
These facts are well known to the business,,
woman. Hence the popularity of Peruna among
these workers. -^9^
Our Testimonials. $
We have on file thousands of testimonials like6'3
those given here. W can give bur readers only
a slight glimpse of the vast number of grateful
letters Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving from
all quarters of the globe in behalf of his famous
catarrh remedy, Peruna.
There is no other remedy in the world that has
eceived such unqualified praise from so many
lasses of people as Peruna.
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fore did not take anything for it. But,
of leaving me, it became worse,
and then wfcen I took another cold I
was in such a condition that I had to do
something for it.
"Every morning I had to hawk and
spit. My head was so stopped up that I
could not breathe well at night.
"When I had taken Peruna for a '"week
and was beginning to see signs of relief,
I was ver) glad. I can tell you.
"I used it carefully according to direc
tions for about two months, and It was
the means of curing me entirely.
"I recommend it to those suffering with
catarrh."
Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Piesident of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Oiho.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF JOHNSON
VAN BANT CO.
Know all men by these presents. That -we,
the undersigned, under and pursuant to the
Laws of the State of Minnesota, to-wlt: Title
2 of Chapter 34 of the General Statutes of
said State of 1878. and of the several Laws
and Acts amendatory thereof and supplementary
thereto, dj hereby associate ourselves together
and by tttuse articles of agreement become in
corporated under the name hereinafter indicated
and assumed by us. for the purpose of engaging
in the business herein indicated in these ar
ticles of incorporation, which we hereby adopt
and execute.
ARTICLE I.
The name of this Company shall be "Johnson
Van Sant Co."
ARTICLE II.
The principal place of business and the gen
eral office shall be at Minneapolis, Minn.
ARTICLE III.
The general nature of its business shall ba
buying, owning, selling, mortgaging, leasing, fan
proving and dealing in real estate and tene
ments in the States of Minnesota and North
Dakota, and elsewhere, making a special effort
to bring settlers to the States of Minnesota
and North Dakota loaning money, oither for It-..
self or as agent for others, upon bonds, promis
sory notes, or other obligations secured by mort
gages upon real- estate situated within the States
of Minnesota and North Dakota or elsewhere
and also dealing in personal or mixed estates
and properties and dealing in merchandise of
all kinds and in oil lines thereof also purchas
ing, owning, and holding notes, choses in ac
tion, Blocks, bonds and mortgages, and realis
ing thereon. This incorporated Company may
also purchase, own and hold, as assets of its
OT.'M, h.r** of other incorporated companies
it may aiW purchase shares of its own stock
and additionally, this Company may transact
such other and additional business as any cotn
panv duly incorporated under Title two (I) of
Chapter Thirty-four (34) aforesaid and the Tswi
and acts amendatory thereof and supplementary
thereto Is authorized to transact. ~&j
ARTICLE IV.
The time of the commencement of business tar
this Corporation shall be May 11th. A. O. lfOB,
and the period of its duration shall be thirty
(30) years from and after said date, unless
sooner dissolved In the due course of law.
ARTICLE V.
The amount of the capital stock of this
Corporation shall be One Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($100,000). divided into One thousand
(1,000) shares of One hundred dollars ($100.00)
each, whereof not less than Sixty thousand dol
lars ($60,000) shall be rally paid
of commencement of business by said Corpora-
s
tion. The remalider of said capital stock shall
be Issued and paid for at such times and la
such amounts as shall be required by the Board
of Directors.
ABTI0LB VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility that may, at any time, be lawfully con
tracted or undertaken, by this Corporation, shall
not exceed the sum of Fifty thousand dollars
($50,000).
ARTICLE VII.
The names and places of residence of ttV
persons forming this Corporation are as tal
lows, to-wlt:
Samuel R. Van Sant, Winona. Minnesota
Grant Van Sant. St. Paul, Minnesota?"
Janes A. Johnson, Minneapolis. Minnesota.
ARTICLE VIII.
The government of the said Corporation and
the management of its affairs shall be Tested in
a Board of Directors, consisting of tare* (3)
persons, to be elected by the stockholders, and
to hold office until their successors are elected.
The annual meeting of the aald Corporation
for such election, shall be held at the principal
office of the Corporation, on the Second TNtesday
of January in each year, and until election oa
the Second Tuesday of January, A. D. IMS,
Samuel RA Van Sant, Janes A. Johnson and
Grant Van* Sant shall constitute a first Board
of Directors of said Corporation and in default
of such election at the regular annual meeting,
shall continue to hold office until tbefr suc
cessors are duly elected and qualified.
The officers of the said Corporation snail aa
President, Vice President, Secretary and Treas
urer, who shall be elected by the Board of Di
rectors, to be held immediately after the an
nual meeting of the stockholders and natft
such meeting
Samuel R. Van Sant shall be President
Grant Van Sant shall be Vice President, and
Janes A. Johnson shall be Secretary and Tresr.
urer.
The Board of Directors may appoint sajh
other officers or agents as may be antbortsed
by the Corporation by-laws.
ARTICLE IX.
Power and authority are hereby expressly
conferred upon the Board of Directors of this
Corporation, to adopt and enact such by-laws.
not inconsistent herewith, or with the laws' of
this State, as shall seem needful, suitable and
adeqeate for the due transaction of its business,
In witness whereof. We have hereunto set
our bands and seals on this 11th day of Kay.r
A. D. 1905.
SAMUEL R. VAN SANT {Stall.
-J* GRANT VAN SANT (Seal).
JANES A. JOHNSON (Seal).
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
JOHN GROVB.
M. EGAN. r?__ ^'IN^
STATE OP MINNESOTA? COUNT! W EAM
seyss. Be it known that on this 11th day of Mar,
A. D. 1905. personally appeared before me,
Samuel R. Van Sant.
Grant Van Sant, and
Janes A. Johnson,
to me personally known to be the ManMcifl
persons named in and who executed -the
going Articles of Incorporation, and eat
acknowledged that he executed the saaw as
i-oar
therein eajWaaned,

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