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Improves the flavor
and adds to the health
fulness of the food.
MILLIONAIRE BABY KICKS
"Dr. Lauritzen's Malt Tonic," is a
superior blood enriching drink. At
druggists' or dehveied to house. Phone,
N. W. East 440 Twin City. 13399.
WILL GENERALLY BE
FOUND WHERE GOOD
THINGS ABOUND. ON
THE SIDEBOARDS OF
KNOW THE BEST
LIKE THE BEST
HAVE THE BEST
K. A. BECKMAX, KepretentattTe,
MS Nut'nl German-American Bunk Bide..
Bt. Paul, Minn
ZINTHEO TO MAKE
FARM LIFE EASIER
Minnesota Expert, at Head of
New Government Department,
to Help Farmers.
John Nicholas Brown Objects to Paying
Newport, I May 19 Counsel for
John Nicholas Brow 4 ears old. known
as the woild's wealthiest baby, will be the
first to make formal piotest against the
raising of personal property laluations bv
the tax assessors The chikl personal
property, estimated to be worth $12 000,-
000, was assessed at $125,000 This figure
has been raised, but to what extent has
not been dhulged.
PROF J. ZINTHEO,
Z- Who Heads New Federal Plan to Help
From The Journal Bureau, Colorado Building,
Washington, May 19.In his last re
port to congress Secretary Wilson called
attention to the valuable results which
had come from including irrigation and
drainage in the work of the department
of agriculture, and recommended that
this be extended to include two other
branches of agricultural engineering,
namely, farm buildings and farm ma
Congress accordingly made the study
of power and appliances for agricul
tural purposes a part of the work of the
irrigation and drainage division of the
office of experiment stations.
In this extension of the department's
work, the secretary is following the lead
of European governments. Sweden and
Denmark maintain stations for the in
vestigation of farm implements. The
Agricultural Society of Germany has
been conducting field trials with both
domestic and foreign agricultural im
plements and has distributed the in
formation obtained among the farmers.
Belgium and Italy are carrying on farm
machinery investigations and instruct
ing their agricultural students in the
proper use of farm implements. A
agricultural experiment station has re
cently been established Spain for
testing agricultural implements. At the
agricultural college of Russia the stu
dents are nudging the merits of farm
machinery very much after the plan in
vogue in our American agricultural col
leges of judging cattle.
Zintheo in Charge of Work.
Professor C. J. Zintheo, professor of
farm mechanics in the Iowa state col
lege at Ames, Iowa, has "just been ap
pointed as expert in charge of this work
and will remove to Washington July 1.
Professor Zintheo is well fitted by edu
cation and practical training to take
charge of this position. began his
mechanical training by learning the
blacksmith's trade and by being em
ployed in the railroad shops of the
Northern Pacific railway as a machinist
and locomotive repair man.
was graduated from the Univer
sity of Minnesota in 1897, having stud
ied in the scientific and electrical en
gineering courses. During vacations he
worked for harvester companies as field
expert. Aftei graduation he took a
course of practical training in the Deer
ing Harvester company's factory in Chi
cago and was afterward sent by them
to all parts of the United States, where
special difficulties existed with the com
In 1900 he went to Paris, France,
to put up the Deering company's exten
sive exhibit at the exposition. From
there he went to Siberia to introduce
the Deering machines. He spent two
summers in Siberia. During the in
tervening wmteis he went to South
America, visiting Brazil, Uruguay and
Argentine Republic for the Deering
company. During his two years' trip
abroad he visited thirteen countnes,
and his ability to speak the languages
of most of these countries gave him
excellent opportunity to inform himself
on the agricultural conditions and re
quirements of these countries.
On his return to the United States
he accepted a position at the North
Dakota Agricultural college, where he
organized the first farm mechanics de
partment in any agricultural eollege of
this country. In 1903 he was elected
to be the head of the farm mechanics
department at the Iowa State college
The Experiments to Made.
Under Professor Zintheo the agri
cultural department will take up ex
periments with farm motors to deter
mine the cheapest motive power for
farm purposes. Tests will be made with
the new gas-producer gas engines to
determine now cheaply power may be
produced from lignite coal in the lig
nite fields of Noith Dakota, and thus
obtain a substitute for gasolene.
Experiments will also be conducted
with "denaturized" alcohol, produced
from potatoes and waste products of
the western farms, to be used as fuel
for farm motors Colorado and else
Cement and concrete for farm build
ing purposes will be experimented with
to determine their efficiency and cost
as compared with lumber, which is con
stantly increasing in price.
A bulletin on corn-harvesting ma
chinery will be issued in the near fu
Harry Mitchell's Sale.
Over the entire front of his store at
310 Nicollet Harry Mitchell has an
enormous portrait of himself, with the
announcement that he is having a sale
of his finest summer fabrics at $15.
While the Scotland Woolen Mills store
always makes up a class of goods for
$15, the present sale includes the finer
materials that would bring $20 and $2o
in normal season. But this is decid
edly not a normal season, as shown
by the remarkable demand for medium
weight goods. The consequence is that
Mr. Mitchell has on his shelves an
immense supply of lightweight goods
that he had expected to have sold by
this time. In consequence a sale has
been inaugurated to move out the sum
mer stuff. The sale is particularly
timely, because it will only be a few
days until every one attires himself
in his thinnest and seeks the comfort
$59.90 Bound Trip to California.
Tickets on sale May 12, 13, 29, 30, 31,
June 1, via the Minneapolis & St. Louis
E. B. 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
Nicollet Av e.
A woman who is weak, nervous and
sleepless, and who has cold hands and
feet, cannot feel and act like a well
person. Carter's Iron Pills equalize the
circulation, remove nervousness and
gjive strencrth and Test.
Friday Evening, '"'THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAI !^"Vi
Mail Order Department
We make no promises we can not fulfil. We deal
just as fairly by our mail order department patrons
as by those who come to the store in person. That
means they couldn't be better treated anywhere.
Just try a few orders from this advertisement.
See Our Window
FACSIMILE of the United States Capitcl building- mod-
eled entirely in soap stands in our Nicollet avenue window.
You must bring- the children to see it.
It's one of the most instructive and artistic window dis-
plays we've ever made. Don't miss it.
fA till 'ill A Tfraolr al
Silk Shirtwaist Suits
RISP new shirtwaist suits in fine quality in plain and change
able silks. They're smart, handsome thingsdon't fail to
see them. We have three styles at $10.95 here are two of them:
Style 1-Is a very nea*t suit in blue, black or brown with
white polka dot. The waist is made with half-inch tucks, full
sleeve with deep tucked cuff. Nine-gore flare tf* s\ g\
skirt. The price is 1 (J 9 7 &
Style 2Is in black, blue and brown changeable silk, front of
waist made with ten half-inch tuckstucked back. Mutton leg
sleeve with narrow cuff. Nine-gore skirt, each gore finished with
tucks ending in open pleat at the
We never juggle with prices.
No goods are ever marked up
and then marked down.
This policyS i 11 ad
hered tohas brought us a
loyal patronage. When we say
a thing is cheap it is cheap
whether it's special or not.
You'll find splendid things in
Black and white shepherd checks,
front shirred on the yoke, full
sleeves shirred and tucked at wrist
into narrow cuffs, yoke and shield
front, piped with white, fancy
stock collar, splendid value, $1.25.
The sweet girl graduate will
soon be the pride of home and
teacher-rshe seems to be in
separably associated with
dainty, fluffy white, sheer stuffs
47-inch fine sheer quality French
lawn, suitable for waists and dress
es, yard, 19c.
40-inch Victoria lawn, a quality
that is worth 15c, Saturday, per
-MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.
Three Lots30 Chairs
Armchairs and rockers, in
oak and mahogany, worth from
$4 to $7 choice, $3.75.
Polished rockers and uphol
stered seat rockers in golden
oak and imitation mahogany,
worth $7 to $10, for $6.75.
Third lot consists of rockers
from $10.50 to $15. Saturday,
ize the ef-
upon the general health. Nu
merous cases of headache,
stomach and nervous diseases
are traceable to this cause. Our
Mr. Dowd's method of applying
glasses to relieve eye-strain has
been most successful. See him
MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.---'
Several broken lines, in plain and
fancy Balbriggan, dropstitch and
mercerized mesh, lines which sold
at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, Saturday, 50c.
French lisle union suits, long or
short sleeves, double stitched thru
out, worth $1.50, Saturday, per suit,
Spring weight vests, high neck,
long sleeves, hand finished, worth
L,dc, just a small lot to close at 39c.
The celebrated "Arnold" um
brella pants, an excellent garment
made with French bands, shirr string
in back, tailored buttonholes trim
med with embroidery ruffles, per
12-Inch mower, Saturday, $2.48.
14-Inch mower, Saturday, 82.98.
16-Inch mower, Saturday, $3.48,
Ball bearing lawn mowers, from $!
Lawn hose combination, consisting of
50 feet standard hose, with nozzle and
a good hardwood reel, $3.50.
Three-ply extra fine lead covered
hose, guaranteed worth 12c a foot, Sat
Garden spades and shovels, 75c
Lawn rakes, 24-tooth, 35c 20-tooth,
Grass shears, ex
tra fine steel, reg
ularly 25c each,
Women's three-piece garden sets,
hoe, rake and spade, regular 15c, for i
Children's long handled sand shovels,
15c kind, for 10c.
DRV GOODS CO.
Our National Capitol in Soap
A Rigid Rule of This Store
f%AA n-nA Alor*r\-n4-l'mirs.A linac
White tape girdle, straight front,
steel filled, one pair of attached
hose supporters, satin bow at top,
perfect fitting model, sizes 18 to 24,
Straight front corset, long hips,
medium high bust, boned with non
rustable steels, lace and satin bow
trimmed, made of white coutil, sizes
19 to 26, regular $1.00 corset, Satur
Children's "Peerless" waists
made in strong white twill, 2 rows
of taped buttons, supporters attach
ments, exceptionally strong, sizes 22
to 28, best values we ever sold at
-MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.'
Millinery Sale Continues
$12 Hats for $5. $18 Hats for $10.
$35 Imported Hats for $15.
MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.
All the latest hits are here
there is nothing in the sheet
music line we cannot secure for
you if we haven't got it in
Saturday all our regular 23c
Anything in the regular 10c
De Luxe edition, 5c.
See the Window
In the basement we have a speolal
bargain counter of notions. A place
where you will find exceptional oppor
tunities for saving the pennies that
make the dollars. We're not given to
boasting, and when we do make a
statement you can take it as literal
truth. We really are selling notions
cheaper than any other northwestern
store. Just price these examples else
Brass pins, Ne Plus Ultra quality,
360 to a paper, regular 5c kind, per
Barbour's linen thread, 200 yards to
a spool, black, white and brown, regu
lar 10c spools, Saturday, 7c-
Corticelll and Eureka silks, 100-yard
spools, wide range of colors, regular 10c
kind, special, per spool, 5c dozen 55c
10-yard spools buttonhole twist, wide
range of colors, per spool, lc*
Hand sewing silk, pure dye, black
only 25-yard spools, 2 a spool, per
Perfect spool cotton, white only, full
500 yards, regular 5c value, per spool
Dress shields, light weight, nainsook
covered, one special, regular 10c qual
ity, Saturday, per pair, 5
Mlllward's needles, regularly 5c, our
I Furniture, Carpeisj Draperies, on Easy Payments if
i I i i i JI i itiwaypwu .n, .-.T-,-, iji-r. -ii i-^par
V^J^'i* teay 19, MOS.IfkW^^^'^i^r^^'f^i^'l ill
OU unvarying rules-you know it if you're one of our patrons-is to clear out N E O ou at
tho off the week alll tho odd and discontinued lines. Throughou thic advertisementtQ/lfTA-H-ICA
you'll find many such things. And they're genuine opportunities-not old or shop tforn. We
recommend them to you, and we have somewhat of a reputation for telling the truth.
S is the greatest soap opportunity ever afforded the people
Minneapolis. We have been allowed the special privilege
of selling the famous Medicated Royal Cuticle Soap in Minne-
apolisa 10c cake for 5c 60c a dozen $7.20 a gross.
.MINNEAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO.---
Bleached sheets, 72x90 size, each
Bleached sheets, 81x90, each 47y2c
Bleached pillow cases, 45x36, each,
36-inch brown muslin, per yard,
4y a o.
Fine new creations
across the ocean.
Women's fine imported, 2-clasp
kid gloves, extra fine quality, over
seam or pique stitched, latest em
broidered backs, in ail shades, grays,
reds, modes, browns, white, a pair,
Women's fine kid gloves, 2-clasp,
overseam stitched, splendid quality,
in browns, reds, grays, modes, black
and white, would be good value for
$1.00, Saturday, 69o.
Women's pure silk gloves, extra
heavy quality, 2-clasp, double tipped
fingers, browns, grays, modes, pon
gee, navy, black and white, per
36-inch soft bleached muslin, per
Children's New Coats
ERE are the things to please the little ones in wide choice
short and three-quarter lengths. In plain blue, brown and
redin cheviots, flannels and shepherds' plaids. One style is a
short jacket, comes in blue, brown and red cheviot. Box pleat
in back with belt, collarless. Neck, belt and cuffs edged with
narrow piping of silk. This
Another is a jacket of fancy checked material, loose back
with belt. Collarless. Full sleeve tucked at wrist. Neck, cuff
and belt trimmed with light blue broadcloth and &
fancy brjacl. The price is 1/1/
V.' MINNKAPOLIS DRY GOODS CO
Three-piece split Bamboo Jointed
rods, cork handles, nickel plated reel
seat, In cloth case, 65c.
Hendryx 60-yard double, multiplying,
raised pillar, balance handle, screwed
brass nickel plated reel, with patent
adjustable click slide drag, and back
sliding click, worth 75c, for 45c.
'Hard braided linen casting lines, 50
feet, extra strong, special at 10c.
Trolling hooks, like cut, worth up to
19c, Saturday, each, 8c.
Fish hooks, any size, 2 dozen for 5o.
Preserved shiner bait, In bottles, for
river fishing, a bottle, 25c.
America ball bearing reels, every one
guaranteed, from $12.50 down to $5.
Maloney Wecdleae "sure catch"
hooks, 2 for 25c
Hendryx casting spoon hooks, each,
Fish hook extractors, each, 10c
We particularly pride ourselves on our ability to sell
you better candy at less price than many exclusive
Fresh marshmaUows, per lb. 10c.
Fresh salted peanuts, per lb. 10c.
Chocolate creams, per lb. 10c
A Special Sale
No other season has shown, so
many new, rich things in mean's
wearor half as many that are
absolutely practicable--as the
spring and summer things of
1905. They're all here.
New negligee shirts just In front
one of the best shirtmakers in the
country. They're the $1.50 quality,
fit and workmanship guaranteed
neat effects in black and white
stripes, figures and dots, in import
ed Madras, beautifully laundered,
three plaits on each side, one pair
of separate cuffs, sizes 14 to 19
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The Minneapolis Dry Goods
Store has always enjoyed the
proud distinction of being a
linen storethat reputation is
getting more enjoyable every
6-8 size full bleached all pure
linen napkins, Scotch made, regular
$2.75 quality, Saturday, per dozen,
17x49 all pure linen double hem
stitched sideboard scarfs, very cheap
at, each, 25c.
Bedspread for lake use, of very
fine 3-ply yarn, extra large size and
extra good value at, each, 98c.
70-inch full bleached damask
counts, as fine as any $1.10
quality on the market, hard twisted
yarn which insures splendid lustre
wh en laundered, sells for, per yard,
Saturday the entire lot goes on sale
at $1.00 each.
Two Neckwear Specials
50c Bumchundas four-in-hand ties,
reversible, in white, brown or blue,
with dots,figuresor scroll, a regular
half dollar seller, Saturday, each,
35c 3 for $1.00.
Midget all silk string ties, regular
25c, choice of over 100 patterns, In
cluding plain black, Saturday 2 for
50 pieces of Arnold's Organdie*
Grand, all this season's best print
ings and colorings, very fine sheer
grade, sold regularly at 25c and 30c,
Saturday, per yard, 15c
In the Basement
60 pieces of staple apron gingham,
all the standard checks and colon,
per yard, 4y2o.