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Coat White Enamel,
4-quart regular price
which tney live in constant
W.K Morison Co.
247-249. NICOLLET AVE.
Hardware, Cutlery Tools, Kitchen ware. Paints, Etc.
From Saturday Morning, May 20, to Saturday Eve., May 27
Rolls pure rub
ber vulcanized to
the shafts, 10xl
for 3 years. Reg
ular Drice $3.00.
20 Century Ice Cream
Freezes without labor.
3-qt. size, reg. price $1.75
4-qt. size, reg. price $2,
scoop, slanting dial,
accurate, weigh 24
pounds by ounces,
regular price $1.25
Clothes Basket Fancy willow
Small size, regular price,
Medium size, regular price,
Bull Dog, steel
regular price $2.50
CUT-SNAP, Preserving Kettle
8-qt, blue enam
el reg. price 75c.
inches long, If
Regular Price, 55c,
Steel FiguresBest tem
pered steel. Regular
Rheumatism does more than any other dis
ease to rob life of pleasure and comfort. It is so painful and far-reaching in
its effects on the system that those afflicted with it find themselves utterly
unable to enjoy bodily comfort or any of the pleasuretreatmen.t of life Some ar
bound hand and foot and suffer constantly wituhn excruciating pains, swollen
stiff joints and muscles, and
often distorted, crooked I had been troubled with Rheumatism for two
limbs, while others have
intervals of freedom, during ^buSl tontvaT^T ^P**.
f'nw 1,'VA 'A^-icife,*!*
-Reg- Plated Stel Knives and Forks
ilar price $1 per set of 6.
choice two designs
price $1.50. CUT
Child's 3-piece SetKnife, fork and
spoon, silver plated on white metal
Regular price 75c. *T
Gold Plated Chain
will be given free
with each Inger
soll $1 Watch sold
during this week,
only, Japanned steel
wire masks regular
CUT-SNAP.. Bats Our special^ all
re so stiff that I could not use them. I wis un-
lear and dread of the next able to do my household work, and was truly in a
attack, when, at the least ex- pitiable condition. S. S. S. cured me after usin
posure to damp weather, or it for awhile, and unhesitatingly give it
slight irregularity of any credit itBsoLiverpoolI much deserves.MRS.
kind, the disease will return.
The cause of Rheumatism is a sour, acid condition of the blood, produced
by food lying undigested in the stomach, poor bowel action, weak kidneys
and a general sluggish condition of the system. External applications, such
as liniments, oils, plasters, etc., do not reach the cause and can only give tem
porary relief. The blood inust be cleansed*and puri
fied before a cure can be had. S. S. S. attacks the
disease in the right wayit neutralizes the poison
and filters out every particle of it from the blood,
stimulates the sluggish organs and clears the sys-
tem of all foreign matter. It cures the disease permanently and safely
because it contains no harmful minerals to derange the stomach and diges-
tion. Book on Rheumatism and any advice you wish, without charge.
My knee and elbow joints
O. M. A DECKER.th-e
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC GO., ATLANTA, GA*
Advertisers in Journal ts want columns who do not' receive $
aatlsfactory results should look well to the wording of their ads. Tell them $
the whole story. Bring out the desirable features. Satisfactory results are $
$ sure when thd proposition and the ad are both right.
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ROAD IN NEW HANDS
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN IS AC-
QUIRED BY NEW YORK IN
TERESTS.^ Control of tho Kansas City Southern
road passed to New York interests yes
terday at tho annual meeting in Kan
fsas City. The Harriman interests did
not vote. The directors will meet in
New York to elect officers. It is ex
pected that J. A. Edsori will be made
president of the road to succeed S. E.
Knott. Directors were elected as fol
Herman Sielckcn of New Yrork
one of tho largest coffee merchants 1).
G. Boissevain of New York city, of
Maitland, Coppe.U & Co., bankers II.
Clay Pierce, St. Louis, of Waters
Pierce Oil company, a branch of the
Standard Oil company W. S. Fordyce,
St. Louis John J. Mitchell, Chicago, of
the Illinois Trust and Savings bank
J. A. Edson, now general manager of
the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton rail
way James A. Blair, New York, of
Blair & Co. Ernest Thalman, New
York, of Ladenburg-Thahnan Co.,
bankers W. F. Harrity, Philadelphia,
vice president Equitable Trust com
pany H. E.- Duval, New York city, re
tired capitalist and largely interested
in the southern railways Samuel Un
termyer, New York, an attorney G. H.
Craig, president of the Citizens' Na
tional bank. Port Arthur, Texas Jorn
Grreerson, New York.
Mr. Sielcken says that the road will
be operated as an independent, road,
but that friendly relations will be
maintained with all of the other roads.
It is believed in railroad circles the
Kansas City Southern will eventually
form a close alliance with one of the big
grain-carrying lines, perhaps tho' Bur
lington, the Milwaukee or the Bock
EAST IS INTERESTED
Portland Expo Attracting Attention
C. E. Stone, general passenger agent
of the Great Northern, returning from
an inspection of tho eastern offices of
the road, says the east is taking great
interest in the Lewis and Clark exposi
tion at Portland. Eastern representatives
of the line are flooded with inquiries
concerning irrigation work projected
and the opening of the Flathead res
ervation in Montana. Said Mr. Stone:
The new towns along the new ex
tensions of the Great Northern are at
tracting the attention of the business
-and professional men of the east. The
^lawyers and doctors graduating from
eastern colleges this spring will find
ample opportunity to practice their
professions in these towns in Minne
sota, the Dakotas, Montana and Wash
The Milwaukee road has contracted with the
Illinois Steel company for 12,0W tons of rails,
part of which will be used on the Chamberlain
The gross earnings of the Great Northern rail
way for April show an Increase over the earn
ings of the same month a year ago of %:M-%.'-M\.
For the ten months ended April 30 the gross
earnings were $.T.574,277 an increase of 81,777,-
UU." over the same period a year ago.
J. R. Michaels, formerly assistant superinten
dent of the Minnesota division of the Soo line,
has been appointed superintendent of the
extension with headquarters at Glen
wood, Minn. The position lie formerly held on
the Minnesota division has been abolished.
The Roek Island road is reported to have
bought several hundred acres of coal lauds near
Knoxville. Iowa, and to have planned an exten
sion of the Washington-Knoxville branch thru
the coalfields. This will connect with the Des
Moines-Indianola line and may be continued to
Wiriterset and Greenfield.
Four hundred members of the Society of the
Sons of Norway and friends will leave Sunday
night over the St. Louis road for New York and
will sail on the Baltic for Norway. This in the
largest excursion from Minnesota for Norway to
Building of the Missouri River & Northwestern
line, which is practically acknowledged to be
backed by the Milwaukee road, is proceeding rap
idly from Mystic to the Wyoming coalfields. The
company Is now emidoying 300 men on its con
struction work and has seven camps along the
A special meeting of the twin cltv carmen will
be hold tonight at room 4, Federation building.
St. Paul. F. L. Ronemus of Kansas Citv. chief
carman, will speak. The purpose Is to consider
the present standing of the carmen in the vi
cinity,. The carmen hope to bring about an
adjustment of the Great Northern wage and
working schedule. The protective committee
composed of representatives from each union or
grievance committee, as it is called, will meet
poon with the chief carman to consider the situa-
SECURE FAMOUS "PROPS"
SENIORS WILL USE SOME OF JOE
IN CLASS PLAY.
"How would Eip Van Winkle act if
he should wake up a second time to
lind himself the midst of a present
day college fraternity function?"
The question was asked in all ear
nestness by a thoughtful-browed mem
ber of the university class of '05 as he
stood looking over a shipment of cos
tumes and stage properties just re
ceived from New York by Harry Ald
rich, manager of the senior class play.
"Not being in a position to consult
with Washington Irving nor Joseph Jef
ferson, I am unable to state with any
degree of accuracy," replied the man
ager, smiling. "The nearest you can
come to finding out is to watch the
people who wear these togs of Joseph
Jefferson in our play at the Metropol
itan, Saturday, May 27."
The questioning senior is not the only
one to whom this question may occur
nor the only one to whom the oppor
tunity of seeing the costumes and prop
erties made dear thru long association
with our old friend Joseph Jefferson'
After considerable dickering and an
extended correspondence with the late
actor, and more recently with his heirs.
Manager Aldrich secured possession of
a number of the costumes and properties
used by the woTld-famous comedian.
These will be used in the coming pro
duction of the class play. The deal was
practically closed after the manager's
recent visit to New York, but the con
signment was not received until yes
There is the old leather hunting-coat,
the cap, the trusty old gun and powder
flask. Then there are the suits worn by
the goblins whom Eip met in the moun
tains before his long sleep. The spe
cialty in which the costumes will be
used is said to be a striking goblin's
dance headed by the old man himself,
and should prove an attractive and or
iginal as well as a historioal character
ONE IS OBSTINATE
Minneapolis Manufacturer Wants Pay
for Information for Census.
W.-W. Frost, who has been employed
by the department of commerce and la
bor in taking the manufacturing ce'n1
sus in Some of the smaller cities of Min
nesota, will come to Minneapolis, May
22, to assist in completing the manufac
turing census here.
"The work is eoing along all right,"
said Leonard Eriksson, head of the
local bureau, today. We are having
sortie difficulty with firms who have
gone out of business. To make the
census complete, their records are
"There is one manufacturer here
who says he will not assist us unless
paid for his work or unless one of his
bookkeepers is hired to make the re
port. I think ho will see reason very N
"THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL V'
Glass, heavy in weight
and with a deep-cut
appearance. Exact copy
of the much talked of,
rich, exclusive "Az-
We wish every
in this city
woman could have one of
Solid oak or ma
pedes tal, like
cut, hand polish
HARTMAN'S IRON BED SPECIAL
This bed is of very handsome pattern,
as above illustration shows.. It is a
colonial design and one of the, most pop
ular beds we have sold in years. It has
massive posts and tubing and large,
heavy ornamental joints. Hartman offers
this handsora^ -b^i' not for a single day,
but for the entire week at f 1
special pr icfiicli!t rr,-,.- I 9
Terms, $"1.00 down and 50c per week.
soon. It is not our intention to use
any radical measures unless absolutely
necessary. However, under the law we
are empowered to compel the showing
of the books."
HEADACHE, DIZZIJtfESS, BEAKED
DOW N PAINS.
A. t^oman Tells How She Has Become Well
and Strong after Years of Misery
Due to Irregular Functions.
The fact that one woman is bright
eyed, rosy-cheeked, strong and cheerful,
while another is pale, weak and de
pressed, is due more often than other
wise to the regularity in the one case
and the irregularity in the other of the
functions that are peculiar to the sex.
When these are disturbed everything
goes wrong pain and discomfort are
felt all over the body the sensations are
For four years." said Mrs. Davis re
cently, "I suffered indescribable misery
from sick headache every mouth, ac
companied by fainting spells, shortness
of breath and severe pain in my left side.
There were also bearing-down pains, at
times so acute that I could not stand up,
and my head was full of ringing sounds.
It seemed as if everything was going to
hit me in the eyes. I was compelled to
lie down with closed eyes for hours to
get a little relief. When I attempted to
arise everything would whirl around aud
it would grow so dark that I could
scarcely see any objept."
Couldn't your doctor help you?"
Five doctors in all treated me, but 1
got no lasting benefit. Besides I used a
lot of .advertised remedies. The only
medicine, however, that had the de
sired effect was Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and they are truly a godsend to women.
I did not have much faith iu them when
I began to take them. I found mys"elf,
however, so much better after using two
boxes that I began to believe in them.
They checked right away the decline
into which I was going. My troubles
kept lessening and finally disappeared
How long did it take for a cure
"After I had used several boxes my
health was all right. I had taken on
flesh and was strong and hearty. I feel
today in spirits more like a girl of six
teen than a woman of my years."
Mrs. C. H. Davis' address is Oarmel,
Maine, B. F. D., No. 2. Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills are confidently offered to
women for the cure of anaemia, chloro
sis, painful and irregular periods, and
all forms of weakness. They are sold
by every druggists
LET HABTMAH "FEATHER YOUB BEST."
DAVENPORT SPECIALMade and sold by Hartman's chain of strves
only. Exactly like illustration, extra heavy, well constructed frame of
solid quarter sawed oak. hand polish finish, nicely- carved, has large
and roomy compartment below for clothing and bedding, upholstered in the
best grade of imported verona. in many desirable designs and colors, full
steel construction seat and back, opens into a full size bed, no hard or un-
pleasant ridges Hartman's guarantee goes with this Davenport
Special price all next week
Terms, $2.75 down
Made of the best grade
selected oak, hand polish
finish, roomy linen draw
er, beautifully carved
lined drawer for silver
ware. See- JO Cffl
cial price WlChtBU
$1.25 down. 25c weekly.
May w, 1905,
you made specially for me some months ago,
according to my mail order. They needed no
breaking in,' they fitted perfectly from the
moment I put them on. I walked a number
of miles in them the first day I received them.
I see you are now advertising Spring Styles
please send me your Catalog, as I shall want
a new pair of shoes after a while."
CHJiS. TEOKE. Kay, N.D.
Fast Color Eyelets will not turn brassy.
*Boys wemr W.L.Dougl*n $2.BOmnd $2.00mhoom
because they fit better, hold their shape and
wear longer than other makoe.
W. L. Douglas uses Corona I Write for New 111. Catalog
Coltskin In his $3.50 shoes. Shoes by mail or express pre-
CoronaCoIt is conceded to be paid for 25 cents extra.
the finest Pat. Leather made. I W.L.Douglas,Brockton,Mass.
These Pres-Cut glass
cruets. They have all
the brilliancy, lustre
and sparkle of genuine
cut glassin fact, you
*would think it the gen-
uine article unless you
were very familiar with
cut glass. A very extra
special Saturday, 1 to
9 p.m., at
cut. Has perfor-
ated seat and
strong gear and
frame nicely en
ameled in green,
folds up com-
HARTMAN'S SPECIAL ROUND EX
TENSION TABLEExactly like illustra
tion, made of selected quarter sawed oak,
highly hand polished legs extra heavy,
nicely turned. It is a beautiful and ex
clusive design, made especially for the
Hartman chain of stores. As we have
contracted for the entire output of this
factory's manufacture we are enabled to
sell this table at an excep
tionally low price
$1.25 down and 25c weekly.
W. Douglas $3.50 Shoe Store in Minneapolis: 405 Nicollet Ave.
The Best Hot Weather Medicine
SALE TEN MILLION BOXES A YEAR
PREVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES
Men in every walk
life, in all pro-
wear W. L.
in the world.
'makes and sells
more Men's $3*50 shoes than any
other manufacturer in the world*
finn REWARD to any one who can
1 UjUUU disprove this statement.
Douglas Shoes are Always Satisfactory.
paid as high as $12.00 for a pair of shoes made to
order, on account of my left small toe being crooked
(caused by tight shoes), but they never gave me theM
satisfaction I received from the pair of shoes
Calf, Tan Russia
CaUYVtci Kid. Calf-
skin, etc Military
Heel, Button, Blucher
or Lace. Price, $3.50.
MENTEB 4 B0SENBL00M CO.
at Common Prices
clothed here I
in fine gar-
a small sum
at time of
payments of SI.00.
The Ladies' Department is
showing some very Swell Silk
Suits and Shirt Waist Suits
just the "aren't they lovely"
kindShirt Waists, Ready-to
wear Hats, Raincoats and Ox
fords are here in plenty.
MEN'S SERGE SUITS
Blue Serge weather is coming
and as usual we offer the best I
valuesunfadeable Blue Serges
Hand Shrunkperfect tailor
ing, $10 $12 $15.
BLACK WORSTED SUITS
Our Black Clay Worsteds at1
$12 and $15 are in a class by
themselvesa high classyou
should look them over.
|5th and Nicollet
form animportant part
of the Burlington's
Chicago Limited. Some
Electric lights. Lavatories for
both sexes. Gentlemen's smok
ing room. Courteous porter.
This handsome electric
lighted flyer leaves Minne
apolis 7:o0 every evening
and arrives Chicago 9 next
City Pass. Agent
New City Ticket Office.
Third St. cor. Nicollet Av.,
Both iN.W M860
Phones (Twin City 311
"The good of the old, the
Best of the new methods."
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