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!l. Makes the skin soft'as velvet.
Improves any complexion.
Best shampoo made.
Stops hair from falling.
Cures all skin eruptions.
More soothing- than cold cream.
More beautifying than any cosmetic.
If your blood is impure, or if you
have "Dyspepsia, or any liver or stom
ach trouble, don't fail to use Munyon's
Paw-Paw Pills. They cure Biliousness
and Constipation, and drive all impuri
ties from the blood and all imperfec
tions from the skin.
SPECIAL MAY SALE. Zuelsdorf
The object of this handle in to save strength
and work and to enable women to retain their
naturally well-shaped, beautiful hands. To keep
away the cramp that Is natural to women who
fccrub. To prevent as much as possible the
backarhe attendant upon this work, and conse
quently to, in a great measure, take away the
hardest part of scrubbing.
The handles are made of first-class hardwood
turned to nicely fit the hand. They are con
nected by two small pieces of Iron to the
brush, thus combining durability, strength and
'wear, as the iron and screws are galvanized
and will not rust. We expect each handle to
3 good service for a number of years.
It is a good, serviceable article, and we antici
pate a great sale when once they have been
well Introduced and tried by the people.
During May Ave wiU sell these at 25 cents each,
regular price 30 cents.
YERXA BROS.' & CO.. Local Distributors.
Cor. Nicollet and oth. Minneapolis, Minn.
LIBRARY FOR PLAINVIEW
^Public Association Organized with a
Membership of Siity.
PLAINVIEW, MINN.A public library asso
ciation was organised last night with a mem
bership of sixty. Constitution and bylaws were
adopted, and the following officers elected for
one year: Dr. E. E. Smith, president J. R.
.Wedge, vice president: Lee T. Meechum. secre
tary- E. L. Sylvester, treasurer.
Mrs. Ed Wentwcrth died after a short illness.
BLUE EARTH. MINN.A. C. Tibbetts. presi
dent and J. M. Palmer, secretary of the Man
hato' District Epwcrth league, are preparing a
program for the annual convention to be held
at St. James, June 16, 17 and 18.
DOUBLE STAMPS for all
amounts of $1.00 or over.
3 Bottl es Finest Pickles 25c
3 roubles Best Catsup 25C
32 oz. Bottl es Queen Olives 50c
5 lbs. Jumbo Silver Prunes 50c
5 lbs. Best Muscatel Raisins. --35c
5 lbs. Best Seedless Raisi ns 25c
Best Shelled English Walnuts. -25c
All Pure Spices, lb 25c
Walter Baker's Cocoa, can 20c
Fine Maple Sugar, 2 lbs 25
Best Mustard Sardines 90
Mt. Angeles Salmon, doz $1.50
Best Pack Sugar Corn "75
New Jersey Tomatoes 95
Best Corn Meal, 10 lbs J, 5
Best Rolled Oats, 10 lbs 20
Choice Blueberries, doz $1.20
Choice Green Gage, doz $1.20
Leg of Lamb, lb 14
Leg of Mutton, lb 12
Best Veal Roast 10 a^d 12
Pork Loin Roast lO^C
Choice Ham and Bacon 11%
Salt Pork, 3 lbs 25
Choice Mackerel, 3 for 25
Best Lard, 10 lb. Pail 90e
2)0 you drink our COFFEE?
2& lbs...50c 2 lbs...50c
Best TEA, any kind, 1*4 lbs... SO
Both Phones 23 So. 6th
Thi* Gas Range is the
celebrated Jewel Brand,
has four burners on top
and one simmering burn
er, extra large size ov en
made of sheet steel, uses
90 per cent fresh air on
low pressure- gas while
high pressure gas will
use more fresh air. One
of the greatest conven
iences of the housewife
absolutely guaranteed in
this week, complete O
:Friday ^^msr" ^^f
STEA GOE S THR
Scenes of Wild Disorder Mark
Passage of Bill Giving City
Philadelphia, May 19.Amid scenes
of disorder unprecedented in the annals
of Philadelphia's legislative body the
city council last night voted to lease
the city's gasworks to the United Im
provement company for seventy-five
years for $25,000,000, the money to be
paid in various amounts before the end
of 1907. Council chambe rs and com
mitteerooms we re crowded with excited
citizens, protesting against the lease to
the Gas Improvement company, from 1
p.m., when the proceedings opened in
the finance committeeroom, until after
8 p.m., when the select council passed
the bill and sent it to the mayor.
The climax was reached when the
vote in the common council was an
nounced after three hours of debat e.
The moment President George Mc
Curdy of the common council announce d,
the vote, a great protest was started
in the gallery, which was crowded to the
doors. From all over the gallery came
hisses and cries of "thieves."
Sent Police to Gallery.
The outbur st was somewhat startling
to the presiding officer, who made a
vain effort to quiet it. Finally he sent
for a squad of police to clear the gal
lery, which started the disorder anew.
The crowd continued to hiss and call
the councilmen thieves and other naiheB
until the police arrived and started to
clear the gallery. As the crowd moved
out the angry citizens derisively sa ng
uncomplimentary songs. I clearing the
there we re several passag es
etwee the police and the crowd.
Thruout the proceedings there was
much disorder. I the select council
there were so many speakers that no
one dared to interrupt the proceedings.
There was neither a cheer nor a hiss
when the bill passed that bod y.
Scared Into Amendment.
The opposition to the passage of the
bill resulted in the common council
amending the measure so as to provide
for a slight reduction in the price of
gas. The amendment provides that the
price of as from the date of the lease
until Jan. 1, 1911, shall be $1 a thou
sand cubic feet, the same as the pres
ent rate: from 1911 to 1921, 95 cents
from 1921 to 1936, 90 cents from 1936
to 1958. 85 cents, and thereafter until
the expiration of the lease in 1980, 80
Mayor Weaver has announced him
self as unalterably opposed to the lease
and in favor or a postponeme nt of
action until 1907, when the first ten
years of the present thirty-year lease
to the United Gas Improvement com
pany will expire. A that' time the
city as the right to take back the
works on payment to the gas company
of the amount of money expended on
Veto Wi ll Not Avail.
Mayor Weaver is expected to veto
the bill. I that eve nt both chambers
will probably pass it over his veto.
The vote in common council was 74
to 8 and in select council 37 to 6.
There is only one democrat in each
body, and both voted against the lease.
Call to Arms.
The committee of nine as issued the
To the Citizens of Philadelphia: Tou
received today from your councilmen the
greatest affront-ever, given to the people
of any great city. Despite reason and
respect for the rights of the people, the
city councils voted to confer upon a cor
poration the unhampered control of your
gas works. Tour committee, appointed by
your own meeting, now calls upon you:
FirstTo awaken to your injuries
AInsult to your declared opinion and
the expressed wish of your mayor asking
BTheft of your property.
CEnslavement for three generations
to a gas monopoly.
i SecondTo rise in your might and by
personal, unceasing effort make impossi
ble the consummation of the greatest
steal ever attempted.
ABy assemblage in every ward, per
sonal demand and pressure upon your lo
BBy full and immediate use of the
cards and literature distributed by the
committee, as well as other forms of
CBy preparing for a great rally that
will block the final attempt to complete
the conspiracy when, the ordinance is
again considered after the mayor has ve
BENSON, MINN.A class ffourteen, the
largest In the history of the high school, will
be graduated on June 6. The members are:
Catharine Hoban, salutatorlan "Winifred Dan
iels, valedictorian: Loretto Hoban, Elizabeth Mc
Shane, Marie Olson. Carl Thronson, Christopher
Pederson, Lynn Johnson, Claude Francis, Her
bert Arnesen, Thomas' Darrington, William Han
ley, Ole Sneide and Luther Danelz.
decided to enforce
Peterson will trust you.
73-75 So. 6th St.
-The city government has
strictly the ordinance re
quiring the licensing of peddlers, and licenses
thereafter must be secured from the city coun
cil .u. not from th city recorder. This w411
necessitate the peddlers waiting until a meet
ing of the council is held.
8 to 10 a.
no C. 0. D. orders,
no telephone ord
ers accepted. Will
not be delivered
except with other
ing handle finest
piece of goods on
the market, reg
ular 65c, r\ F
TalkWith Frills Gut Out
I don't want to indulge in any fancy work talk
about my sale. It is plain business with me and
should be with you.
Just a few days now and it will be all UP with the
mercury, and when those days come we will have all
we can do with perspiring parties who come around
and want their clothes right away.
I say "buy now." Let me make them now.
As I have remarked, to the tune of about $4 an
inch for space, my business up to the time I began
this sale was on medium weight goods. I want to
clear the shelves of some of the swell light weights.
I have the real smart kind of summer fabrics. I
had all but banked the money I was to get for these
at $20 and $25. But $15 is the price for the same
material, same workmanship, same style, same wear,
same satisfaction that should have cost you $20 and
$25that would cost you $35 anywhere el^e.
BEAUTIFU RAG E
AISE I N RUSSI A
Rich Man Gathers Colony of
Handsome Men and Women
New York Sun Special Service.
San Francisco, May 19.A. Ogorond
nikoff, a wealthy Russian fur dealer,
who as stores in Vladivost ok and
Moscow, has arrived here on a visit.
tells an interesting story of ex
periments by his cousin, Kachatn i
koff, a rich/ landowner, near Moscow,
who as been devoting himself for
years to the propagation of a race of
beautiful people. Ogorodnikoff says:
Years ago Rachatnikoff attracted to his
estate especially handsome men and girls
of more than usual beauty by offering
free land to forty rflfty men, carefully
picked from among a large number of ap
plicants, and selecting for them as wives
fine-looking young women from different
parts of Russia.
This selected colony has flourished be
yond all expectation, and over a hundred
children have been raised from these
unions. These children were so pretty as
to make the Rachatnikoff estate famous
in that respect.
It was the marriage of two of these
children that attended about a year and
a half ago. The bride was 18 and re
markable for her beauty, while the groom
was about 24, and a fit ma te for a vil
At the end of the ceremony the couple
was conducted by M. Rachatnikoff to a
pretty little cottage, surrounded by a
small, well-stocked farm, his wedding
present. Similar wedding presents will
be given to others of these children when
they are married.
NO HONESTY AMONG THEM
Crawford Fears Lorenz I Acting for
Washington, May 19.In the local i
i criminal court Attorney Worthington to- I
I day filed a motion for a separate trial
for George W Crawford in the case of
Machen, Lorenz and Crawford, charged
with conspiracy to defraud the govern
ment thru the purchase of supplies for
the postoffice department which is set
for May 22. Mr. Worthington advances
as one of the principal reasons for urg
ing a new trial the supposition on his
part that Lorenz is co-operating with
the government in the prosecution.
APPEAL TO ROCKEFELLER
Kansas Women Ask Money to Rebuild
Church After Tornado.
Toronto, Kan., May 19.The wom en
of the Baptist church here, have written
to John D. Rockefeller asking for finan
cial assistance to rebuild their church,
Which was destroyed by. a tornado.
rry Mitchell's Editorial
fttf| Tomorrow I will
IC@ give free to every-
one a handsome picture, printed in colors and gold
and oil finish. A thousand different and beautiful
subjects. One here for you.
DEBAUCHED THE YOUNG
Sault Ste. Marie Political Boss Convict
ed of Illegal Liqu or Selling.
Special to The Journal.
Sault Ste., Marie, Mich., May 19.Al-
derman Albert Fores t, the boss of both
political parties here, was convicted in
circuit court of violating the liquor
laws. A secOn'd case against him is
ow on trial. Evidence has been
brought out of a half dozen violations.
Boys testified that they bought liquor
of Forest and drank it in his place of
Wome Lov Shapeliness
Nothing worries them more than a gown
askew, or a shoe that doesn't keep its trim
A dainty dress Ox- BHgPBHk Alwavs
fo rd for house or HHMwIBMi^MHBfflA /Always
street wear. Light
turned sole, high or me
dium Cuban heel. Made of
Imported Patent Calf.
Seventy-five new etylw inBefall, each in qoaxter lism,
380fittings,now on Ml* In Begal storm.
MEN'S S vrt
2 Nicollet Avenue
business. Sentence has not been pro
A special from Manistique says* Hen
Deroche was shot aWd killed hy
George Scott, a forem an in a lumber
camp, who thought he was a bea r.
M0XTNT VERNON, IOWA.The May music
festival opened last night with an overflow
audience in' Cornell's auditorium. Wilhelm Mid
tileschulte, organ, and Leopold Kramer, violin,
were the artists of the evening. The festival
will last until Saturday night.
Women's Regals are the acme of shoe shapeliness. More
than that they stay that way.
You can wear a Regal outsometimebut if you
treat it right you can't get it out of shape.
Good, old-fashioned hand-work accounts for
thatthe same grade of skilled work
manship that makes a well
tailored gown look "differ
ent" even when it's old.
The Teck shoe, illus
trated here, is marked by un
usual grace of outline and
___ smooth trimness of instep
"TECK" ipfiPflli and ankle.
Send for Style BooH. Hall Orders Promptly Filled.
CANTON, S. D.George L. Nelson, who re
cently purchased the Lincoln County Times,
intends to begin the publication of a daily
early next month.
Twenty-nine of the ninety-three Begal Stores exclusively for 'women,
eleven of them in the fashionable districts of Greater New York.
St. Paul Store. 382 Robert Street.
526 Nlcollef Avenue.
Ma w, /was%*^
Order That Summer Suit Tomorrow
Every fabric that is suitable for summer wear is here in style
and variety that you can't even hope to find anywhere else.
As many as fifty different patterns of the same materials and
weave. It is the reason why we can suit every possible taste in
Blue Serges Scotch Goods,
Black Serges, Fancy Worsteds,
Blue Cheviots, Clay Worsteds for Sunday
Black Gheviots, Gray Plaids,
Slate Worsteds, 25varieties Rough Spuns,
Brown Mixtures, Summer Flannel,
Black and White Mixtures And Hundreds of Others.
WeExpected to Get $20 and$25 forThese
THE WEATHER BEAT US.
Pay $35' Elsewhere and Not Get Equal Value.
You'll Need It
Will contain a multitude of offerings from
leading Minneapolis Real Estate Dealers.
To the man who is thinking of buying
or building a home, or making an invest
ment, these pages will be of absorbing
Now is the time to buy property in Min
neapolis. Your opportunity may be in
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