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beflgbtfully fragrant. Coolinar to the scalp Stops Itching Instantly.
NEWBRX VS HERPICI DE
The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff Germ."
GrOING-l GOING-!! GONE \II
Herpiclde Will Save It. Herplclde Will Save It. Too Late for Herplclde.
A MAN'S WIFE
Broadway, 5th Ave. and 27th St., New York
/s a modern, first-class hotel, in the cen
ter of the shopping district. Complete In
all its appointments and absolutely fire
proof. Furnishings and decorations en
tirely new throughout. Accommodations
for 500 guests 150 suites with baths. Ho
and cold water and telephone in every
room. European plan. Cuisine unex
celled. Rooms $1.50 a day up, with bath
$2.50 up. The only hotel in Manhattan
fronting both on Broadway and Fifth Av.
GEORGE W SWEENEY, Proprietor.
LAFAYETTE HOTEL
An important railroad extension through Lyman
County, South Dakota, is being built by the
Land in Lyman County is now selling at from
$5.00 to $15.00 per acre, and values will prob
ably increase 100 qr 200 per cent as soon as the
new line is completed.
This is a splendid opportunity to secure a good
farm at a low figure. Low rates to South
Dakota every Tuesday this summer.
A valuable book on South Dakota and its op
portunities sent for two cents postage.
TICKETS:
328 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.
DRS. YOUNG
Drs. Young and Bentley never pub
lish any testimonials of their cured
patients only by permission. No
read this one:
"Minneapolis, Minn., April 14. 1905..
"To Whom it May Concern:
"This certifies that Drs Young and
Bentley of Minneapolis, Minn., have
successfully removed a cancer from
the left side of my face, near the in
ner corner of the left eye, without
the use of any knife and with scarce
ly any pain. This growth had been
troubling me for nearly two years, and
now that it is completely gone, I can
not say too much in praise of the kind
and successful treatment I have re
ceived from these doctors. I shall al
ways be glad to recommend other suf
ferers to them for the same success
ful treatment.
(Signed) "Emma Hildebrand,
"Gaylord, Minn."
Saturday Evening,
inspector" to the family, because dandruff
is a contagious disease. First Is infection,
then after weeks or months dandruff appears,
followed by Itching scalp and falling hair.
Newbro's Herplclde kills the germ and cures
every stage of this disease except chronic
baldness. Marvelous results follow its use.
Au exquisite hair dressing.
It Is the duty of some wives to patch and
darn the family's wearing apparel, but when
the natural covering on hubby's crown wears
through. It shows that the "stitch In time"
was neglected. Every wife should.be "scalp
Drugstores. $1. Send IOc, stamps, to HERPICIDP. CO., Dept. H, Detroit, Mich, for sample
VOE^FJLI BStO*., Special Agents.
Cor. Hennepin sad Washington Aves. and Cor. Seventh St. and Nicollet Ave..
Applications at prominent barbershops.
BUFFALO, under .tti'c same management.
OPENINGS
IN SOUTH DAKO
W DIXO N,
N. W. P. A., St. Paul.
Are not only honest men, of well known busi
ness Integrity, who can give you any desired]
reference in this city or state, but they have
had many years' successful practice and are ac
knowledged expert specialists in the instant re
lief and speedy cure of all forms of external
Without knife caustic or pain. The growth is
checked at once, the cancer killed and removed
wholeevery particle of it drawn outwhen the
opening heals, sometimes not even leaving a
scar. If you suspect that you have cancer, then
do. not trifle with such a fatal malady, for if
not cured it means sure death, and to die from
cancer is an awful death.
Call OP Write Today.
Do not defer hope simply because
you have not found the relief desired.
Your case may be easily curable by
their new method of treatment. They
also successfully treat LUPUS,
GOITRE, RUPTURE, VARICOSE
VEINS, ULCERS and BONE ULCERS
without knife or pain. They make no
charge for consultation or examina
tion in any case, and all inquiries are
promptly answered in writing, inclose
stamp. Call or address DRS YOUNG
& BENTLEY, ^05 Nicollet ave., over
Model Clothing Store, corner Third
and Nicollet, second floor, Minneapolis,
Minn.' OPEN ALL NIGHT.
MUSIC
A concert of more than ordinary in
terest is the one to be given in the
Bethlehem Norwegian Lutheran church,
Eighteenth street and Fourteenth ave
nue S, Monday evenin g, for the benefit
of the pipe organ fund of the church.
Maude Ulmer Jones will sing the splen
did solo part in the Inflammatus of
"Stabat Mater," Rossini. Dr The
odore Thoreson of Benson, Minn., said
to be one of the most genial cello
plave rs in the state, wUl play "Noc
turne Op. No. 2," by "'hopin-Servais,
and Fantasie Russe." by Franchom
me. Knute Ekman, the Swedish bary
tone, will sing "Face to Face,'*' and a
new and ve ry interesting composition,
"King of the Vikings A I Ragn
hild Holmquist, the little child soprano,
who has a most wonderful voice, will
sing Th Pearly Gates and Golden.''
MoTlie Martinson will give a piano solo,
Marcus FinSeth a trombone solof and
the church choir will, besides assisting
Mr s. Jones in the "Stabat Mater,''
sing Lindblad's wonderfully effective.
Dattle prayer,, and Wennerberg's
Fourth Psalm.'' special request
it will repeat,, as. an extra number,
Haydn's "The HeaA'ens Are Telling,"
which created such a stir" -at the last
concert. Th season's tickets to the
lecture and concert, course are good for
this concert.
Miss Jessamine .Allen, Miss Pearl
McKay of Redwo od Falls,- and Miss
Mabel Hansen, pupils of Gustavus
Johnso n, will give their graduation re
cital Wednesday evening in Johnson
hall. Mrs. N Collins will assist with
vocal numbers and Miss Alice O'Con
nell will give recitations.
Miss Thekla Wahlquist will give a"
recital Tuesday evening in the pia no
parlors, 606 Nicollet avenue. Th pro
gram is the fourth in a series of reci
tals arranged by Victor Bergquist
for his pupils. Th fifth and'last of the
series will be given in the Unitarian
church Wednesday, May 31 Miss
Agnes Lewis will assist Miss Wahl
quist in the program' Tuesday.
The Boys' Choral club, under the di
rection of O. Bass, will give an en
tertainment Wednesday evening in
Durnam's hall, Twentieth and Dupont
avenu es N for the benefit of the Ep
worth League of Forest Heights church.
The proceeds will be \ised for the piano
fund. The boys will have the assist
ance of several men in their program.
Miss Grace Adair and Miss Hermina
Irsfeld have completed the teachers'
course at the Northwestern Conserva
tory of Music. Miss Adair will give a
piano recital Friday evening in Con
servatory hall, assisted by Matthew
Willing, and Miss Irsfeld- will give a
program next Saturday evening, as
sisted by A. Gahring.
A concert will given Tuesday
evening in the Norwegian-Danish Ba p
tist church, Seventh street and Thir
teenth avenue S.
William S. McPhail, the violinist,
who has been in Berlin during the last
year, has been very successful his
studies. Mr. McPhail has played in
the -American church in Berlin during
the season, which is considered quite an
honor, especially for a student, as that
church is famous for its fine music.
will continue his studies in Berlin for
the next two year s.
Melius Christiansen, violinist and-,
musical director of St. Olaf's college,
day evening at St. Agatha's next Mon
dav evening at St. Agatheos conserva
tor y, St. Paul. will be assisted by
Miss Eulalie Chenevert, the well-known
pianist of this city.
MINNETONKA
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hopkins of Hotel
del Otero came down from Lo Ange
les, Cal., in April, and althq they are
entertaining some of their former
guests off and on for a day, they do hot
plan to have a formal opening of the
Hotel del Otero until more settled
weather comes.
A Mound the Chapman house was
opened this week by the new manager
Mr. Pearson. Buena Vista is opened
and has been entertaining a number of
guests. The Dewey place is open all
the year and has a number of summer
guests. E Bartlett will o^en his house
May 27.
Mr. and Mrs. W I Sanders on of the
White House, arrived from Merrill,
Wis., Tuesda y, and their arrival indi
cates an early opening of one of Excel
sior's popular hostelnes. Mr. andMrs.
Sanderson have managed the White
House during the past two seasons and
are already making many bookings for
the coming summer.
Hotel a Paul is almost ready for
opening to the summer trade, and all
that is wanting before its doors are
thrown open are a few da ys of warm
spring weather.
Captain Cheeley of the Acte has com
menced on his regular season round
trip s, touching at all points to meet
trains to and from the city.
Roy Wagner gave his new sloop,
The Pathfinder, built at White eBar
lake, the first te st on Minnetonka wat
ers last Sunday. Pathfinder proved her
self fully up to expectation s, and Cap
tain Wacner proposes to lead the class
tain Wagner proposes
sloop skippers a
peting. for. te
sloo skippers a merry chase in com
th '"honors
The Westpointers have come out un
usually early this year and almost
every cottage' at West Point is open.
The Misses West arrived very early in
the season. Mr. and Mrs, Luciua_ Prmk
have opened their cottage, and Mr. and
Mr s. Charles Goetz, New York,are with
them. Mrs. Frankout and Mr. Goetz
are to bui ld a very beautiful country
home at West Point. The house will be
built to meet all the requirements of a
winter as well as summer home, as the
families are planning to spend the
greater part of the year at the lak e.
and Mrs. W Mosher, who oc
cupied one of the West cottages_last
year, will move out next week. They
have been coming out over Sundays to
the lak e.
and Mrs. C. Gebhard have
opened their home at the Point. Miss
Gebhard came up from Faribault last
Sunday to visit her parents.
Mr s. H..'Kicker and son or the
Holmes hotel will go out as soon as
the schools close.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps have
opened their cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Simmons, Mrs. A
E Warren and Miss Estelle Cook are
also among the recent arrivals for the
season at the Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buckbee ar
rived at Mound this week to spend
their honeymoon, and will remain in
their cottage for the summer. C.
Buckbee also is out for the season. S.
Fairchild and family have opened
their lake cottage for the summer. W
Young is in the Prescott cottage.
Among other Mound residen ts enjoy
ing the .depths of lake life are James
Jenkins, W E Barnes, Mrs. W
Hallowell and Mr. Cady.
Mr s. Josephine Bonaparte Rice and
Miss Rice have opened their cottage
on St Alban's bay, but will not move
out for the season until June.
Mrs E Chalmers and Charles
Chalmers are at their Tonka Bay cot
Mr. and Mrs. Bauman and family
have "opened their cottage at Sunrise
Point.
Miss Thalia Butcher, of Excelsior, is
visiting at Storm.Lake
Reuben Groodt, of Excelsior, has
been called to Denver, Col., by the
serious illness of Mrs. Groodt.
THE MINNEAPOLIS ^JOURNAL.
TO-DAY
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Zinc lined, removable ice chamber,
drip pan with patent self-closing
drip cup, solid bVass, locks and
hinges, insulated''.' With* .mineral
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heat known-^-y
Small family size, 34x21 inches, 90
pound ice eapa-city-. $16.35
Eegular family 'size, 38x21 inches,
110 pounds ice'capacity. .$18.85
Large family or grocer size, 300-
pound ice capacity, $55.00
EDSON REFRIGERATORSQuar-
ter-sawed oak, piano finish, two.
dead-air spaces, absolutely air
tight, food chamber porcelain
lined, making ^asatiitary and dur
able ref rigfe^ator11-!
Small size, 55x33 inches, 23 inches
deep in* $40.00
Larger sizes up to.:.,.. .$83.50
NATIONAL ENAMELED White
enamel baked on steel will not'
peel off or taint, the!food
Small size, 4.6 inches" high, by .30x20.
inches deep^ Impounds ricecapao^
ity .........%..^i.,,vi-..$1&00
Large- size, ^pound ice- capacit y,
o*yf...:. :r
sickness," comforts of this- period.
w"
*w"*V
::?,,$ig.65:
i,""^'-"
and every other day of 1905
is a good time to drink
Ceylon and India Tea, Black, Mixed or Qreen.
"IT'S DELICIOUS AND PURE."
Sold in l^ad packetsnever in bulk. Trial packets IOc.
HIGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, I9D4.
W K.MORISON 8b CO.
Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Kitchenwar, Paints, etc.
Most Complete Line in the City. 3orty#ve Styles and Sizes.
STONE COLDLike cut, enameled
stone lining, to inch thick,
mineral wool filled, with dead-air
space, six. square feet storage
room ..-$37.50
Others in same line$26J $36
and $50.
CENTURY LINE Seasoned ash
and zinc lining a good refriger
ator at a low price.
Small fami ly size, 35-pound ice ca
pacity -..$7.50
Larger sizes, 46 inches high by 32
wide, 75-lb ice capacity. .$12.75
The Beer
That Made Milwaukee famous.
Jos. SchltoBrewing Co.
1209-1211 4th St. S., Minneapolis.
BECOMING
MOTHER
May 20, 1905.
Phone
of the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother
of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her. ft
hadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women
have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs
confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother
and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the*
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend
carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning
,M ^^^^flfflP-Jf MM 11 KFagfc
t^
Sold by all-dsfu^i^s a gWM%0 FWKmBM 4 9
$x.oo per bottte.., Boojc 'awa^flMiaaflM"
containing valuable information free. M^mfmKimlmM
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. mWmmmmmm^
SUBfmtMBBBKiMOP^^S
Scenic Railway
Shoot the Shoots
The Old Mill
Airship Swing
IBUOV!
WEEK
OF
MA 28
Season Closts Tonight
FAJSH-Y THEATER.
{oar performances daily.
6 and 0:30 p.m.
jN.W.,M-707or.
(T. C. 707.
Is an ordeal which all
women approach with
indescribable fear, for
nothing compares with
the pain and horror of
child-birth. The thought
Jl*/ *S^r%'UirI
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS
WONDERLANDI
OPEN TOMORROW, HAY 21, 2 to 5 P. I ADMISSION FREE.
FORMAL OPENING SATDDAY, MAT 27, Afternoon & Evening.
TWIN CITIES GREAT
AMUSEMENT PARK!
LAKE STREET AND 31st AVE. SOUTH.
Infant Incubators
Fairy Theater
Carrousel
Dancing Pavilion
And a dozen other big amusement devices
and open air recreations.
Sensational Aerial Exhibitions
And Band Concerts Daily.
Pain's Fireworks Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Romantic Love Story and Thrilling- Adventures of the
SSSX.
ETR8MUTM-L"
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
W. P. Cullen Presents tbe Musical Comefly Suc
cess, THE
BURGOMASTER
Original Cast. Including
OSCAR L. FIGMAN and RUTH WHITE.
-AUDITORIUM-
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT.
TOMORROW MATINEE 2:15.
MBS.
FISK E
KLESCHNA
Good Seats at Metropolitan Music Store.
city, and Dyer Bros.. St. Paul.
this
"AN IDEAL SUMMER REST1NO PLACE."
OLD MISSION
MADELINE BUND, fc^iSSSfSS:
Send for circular to Mrs. E. W. Irvine.
Matron. Emerson Hall, Beloit College.
LOCK BOX 1295 Beloit, Wis.
Continuous Taadevlllei
at 2 and 3:30 and at
BASEBALL TOMORROW
MINNEAPOLIS vs. LOUISVILLE
AT MINNEHAHA I Game Called at
PA RK I 3:30 p.m.
Tickets on sale at Van B. Clark's. Sherman
Smith's, A. D. Thompson Drue Co., and C. E.
Chilstrom's. When signal is flying: at "Gately's,"
Sixth Street and First Avenue South, there will
be a game.
YOU CAN EXCHANGE
Your Dollars St Gents
with G. NEAIi
for Awnings anil Tents
245 Hennepin Avenue.
Both Cities. Both Phones.
All sizes, styles and srades. Fine line of
Chairs and Office Furniture.
AMERICAN BESK CO.,
New store:
209 3 St. So.
Search far and wide, you'll hot
find a better want ad medium for
reaching the people than
?J&WW
JAME S BOY S I N MISSOURI
Four Grandly Mounted ActsThe Most Elaborate Scenic Display of the Year,
THE FAMOUS "BLUE CUT" TRAIN ROBBERY
A SPLENDID CAST OF PLAYERS.
II
House of Nonsense
Myth City
Crystal Maze
Miniature Railw'y
TonightLast Time,
ROBERT F1TZSIMMONS.
Matinee Tomorrow
And all Next Week.
Special Engagement of the Peerless Singing Comedienne
CAROLINE HULL
In the Merry Farcical Comedy,
VIVIAN'S PAPAS
AUDIT0mUM[TH,ffi?^J"ST2 THE NORWEGIAN STUDENTS' CHORUS
From the University of Christiana.
f^W SIXTY""VOICES
Directed by O. A Groendahl.
Two Great Operatic Soloists:
ROLF HAMMER, Tenor. JONS. BERG-HANSEN, Baritone.
Tickets at Metropolitan MuBic Store, Sixth Street near Nicollet, from Monday morning. 9 o'clock
ADMISSION $2.00 S1.SO Sl.OO.
LAST
TWO
TIMES
MATINEE
aid
NIGHT
5
OEOEGE JR., BERTHA.
BONIFACE and WALTZINGEE
GEOB.GEJW. DAY
HTJHD
StnXIVAN & PASftUELEHA
HENNINGS, LEWIS &
HENNINGB
OKABE JAPANESE TROUPE
KIN0DR0ME.
DEWEY THEATRE
All Week. Commenting Wat. Tomorrow
IO
20c 30c
LEAH
WEBER'S
Dainty
Duchess Co.
Last Time Tonight
lolly Grass Widows
Unitarian Clmrcli.
8th st.&Mary Place
Commencing
Sunday Night
May 21.
Instructive,
Ennobling.
PROP.
WM. WINDSOR,
-t~
i
LL. B.. Ph.D.
The World's
Most Eminent
Phrenolog i t.
President of
the Boston
School of Vito-
sophy, Boston,
Mass. Grand Regent of the International
Vitosophlcal Association, will deliver a
superbly Illustrated course of FREES IJBC-^
TURES ON CHARACTER.
Vltosophy.
PROF. WM. WINDSOl,
LL. B., Ph. D.
The Ne Philosophy of Human Life,
which 'teaches Financial Success. Health
and Prosperity In a Ne and Practical
Way.
HOURST10 a.m to 6 p.m
The
Journal. Only a word.
I
Sunday night. May 21. "Vltosophy, thel
Wise Way of Living." Free.
Monday night. May 22, "Ho to Becom e.
Rich." Free.
Tuesday night, May 23, "Ho to
Healthy." Free.
These lectures are magnificently illus
trated with the "illuminator," one of Pro
fessor Windsor's late inventions, by
means of which portrait and other beau
tiful stereopticon effects are produced.
without darkening the room.
He will close each lecture with-'jv?
PUBLIC DELINEATIONS O CHARAC-:
TER of prominent citizens, selected by.
the audience, describing their characters*
with marvelous accuracy and skill, point-^-
ing for them the way to PERFECT-!
HEALTH. FINANCIAL SUCCES S.
AND SOCIAL ENJOYMEN T. Consulta
tioh and examinations daily at the NicoleT^T
let Hotel.
tt-
"Seeing Minneapolis"
"Seeing The Twin Cities'
mxireAPOLXs JOTTBICAI. TOTT&S.
Conducted by Twin City Motor Livery Oo*
80-MTX.E TOU&Cars leave Journal office at
9 i.m.t a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m. Seats |1.
60-MXLE TOURCars leave The Journal of
fice at 1 p.m. Flve-bour trip. Seats $2.80.
None but Modem Tourina Oars Vied.
Tickets on sale at The Journal office. Res
ervations can be made by phone.

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