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So Weather Bureau Reports.
Buy your outfit now and take
advantage of what fine sum
mer weather is coming
We Teach You How
and treat you right.
Prices $1 to $30
Try our Developing and
616 Nicollet Avenue.
Why You Should Learn Shorthand at
THE MUNSON SHORTHAND
FirstIt has foi directors ind stock
holdeis the leading business men and
citizens of Minneapolis
SecondThe instructors are practical
leporteib and teachers of long experi
ence and are able to do the work thej
prescribe foi ethos
ThudIt does place its graduate* in
positions and routtc the fullest lnvestigp
tl(/n upon this point
rouitHIt makes no promises 't does
Fifth -It is located in ihe Guaranty
Ixinn Building the most conTcnlent and
aicesslble locitio.i in the clt\
Sixth -It has no Rraduatos out of em
ployment Y.\\O desne employment and
theie ib no immediate prospect of eucli
Reviiith If TOU ta\ a scholarship in
the Munson Shorthand Tustitute you will
be satisfied with It. ts all its graduates
are Smith President
Guaranty Loan Bldg
"We will give this discount to
anv one getting married between
Mav 15 and July 1, 1905. This
discount is given from our reg
ular cash prices on following
makes of new pianos: Everett,
Schimmel, Henry and S. J. Lin
deman, Neuman Bros, and Har
vard Pianos. Cash or monthly
pavments. Pianos to rent for
the home or lakes at reasonable
Brooks,Evans Piano Co
620& Nicollet Avenue.
Now to cooHrif
Boil a half package
of Minnesota macaro-
ni, throwing it In
boiling water, and
boll 20 minutes. Put
in a buttered pud
ding dish the boiled
macaroni In layers
with minced ham.
eason with a little
chopped onion. Beat
one egg and mix
with one cupful of
milk pour over all
tnd ba'je 15 minutes.
J. F. GAGE & CO.,
Cor. Hena. Ave. and 6 th St.
Friday's Journal, 26 Pages,
112 Columns Advertising.
67 Columns Beading.
Nearest Competitor, 18 Pages,
72 Columns Advertising.
53 Columns Beading.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A
HERE I S ONE OF THEM:
The SOHMEE Piano is unique Su
its individuality. There is no other
piano in the world containing every
special feature embraced in the
SOHMEK Grands and the SOHMKB
Uprights. This individuality is per
haps most strongly emphasized in
the SOHMEE tone, and as the tone
of a piano is of greater importance
than any other featuT, then the in
dividuality of the SOHMEE tone
counts for real value. In case de
signs, also, the SOHMEE individu
ality ia conspicuous. Two features
only have been mentioned. There
are at least twenty.
No. 70S Nicollet Av, Minneapolis.
Randentmsh BMg Si. Paul, Mum.
Largest Suarar.ly De
posit in the World.
of the United States.
Fully Protects Its Depositors
Inquire for all particulars
J. W. EARL, J. B. HEINEN,
Suite 401 N. W. Buldlnig,
Use the leaf distance
service of the
Twin City Telephcss Co.
OVER THE TOLL LINES OF THE
A siLgle application af
fords instant comfort,
while a few regular fit
ments will speedily cure
sore tendei, tired and
aching feet Callous spots,
sore bunions and all ail
ments of the feet vanish
when you use Footcura
The Only Sanitary
Opening the pores and cleansing them of all
poisonous secretions Gives renewed vigor to the
feet, rendering walking and standing a pleas
ure Instead of an enervating task. Be sure you
aBk for Footcura and get it There Is nothing
just as good Price 25c, Including Footcura Com
Cure In each package
For sale by flrBt-class druggists.
Gamble & Lndwis. Hennepin and 3d st.
A. D. Thompson Drug Co., Nicollet and 4th at
and 1st ov S and 3d st.
E H. Welnhold, West Hotel and 6th and Nic.
Dillin Drug Co 1st av S and Washington,
and 9th and Nicollet.
Schioder & McNear. 6th and Hennepin.
E Haugnn Lake and Lyndale
E Washburn Hennepin and Lake st
Voegeli Bros. Drug Co Wash, and Hennepin
and 7th and Nicollet
A. Hemnann. 4th st and 2d av S.
Eureka Drug Store. 1718 4th av S
Lowry Hill Drug Store, 22d and Hennepin.
J. Klnports. 26th and Lyndale.
Donaldson's, Davton's, Minneapolis Pry Goods
Co Powers, New Store shoe department.
One price everywheie.
Chinese and Japanese Ff
eh and Clean,
UUUU9 will be offered at and
BELOW COST FOB A FEW DATS
Quong-Wah-Lnng-On Sing Co.
726 NICOLLET AVENUE.
EVENTS O TONIGHT
I Metropolitan Theater"The Bur- I
Orpheum TheaterModern vaude
Bijou Theater"A Fight for Love
Lyceum Theater"Charley's Aunt"
I Unique TheaterContinuous vau
Dewe\ TheaterFulton's Jolly
Lowry Hill Congregational church
lecture 100m, "A Night Off," young
people of the church. I
Buy a good farm mortgage from Barnes
Bros Oneida building.
The Brand Stove company, 330 Fourth
avenue S, the place to buy gas ranges.
Mr Wat ts of Atlanta, Ga has an An
drew Heating System in his residence.
Fine carriage team for sale, cheap
sound and kind Inquire of Louis ILara
mee, 43 Fourth street 8.
Miss Anna A. Maley will speak on
"Economic Determinism," at Socialist
headquarters. 45 Fourth street S, tomor
row at 3 p.m.
Re\. A. J. Frost, D. D., will preach at
the Bethlehem Presbyterian church,
Pleasant avenue and Twenty-sixth street,
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Subscriptions to all magazines and pa
pers taken to the Century News store, 6
Third street S, near Hennepin avenue,
will receive prompt service.
Bishop Keane of Wyoming will preach
at 10-30 service and in the evening, to
morrow, at Immaculate Conception
church, where he was formerly pastor.
The annual Inspection and review of the
university cadet corps was held on the
university campus this afternoon. Cap
tain McArthur of Fort Snelling inspected
The return from Omaha next Monday
of fifty iron workers will be welcomed by
local contractors, who are short of men.
At least seventy-five more iron workers
are needed in the city.
The regular semi-annual convention of
the Twin City Central Luther league will
be held Monday, May 22, at the Trinity
Norwegian Lutheran church, Farrington
and Sherburne avenues, St Paul.
Rev Mr. Danielson, a noted Norwegian
evangelist and singer, will conduct serv
ices tomorrow morning and evening at
the Norwegian Methodist church. Thir
teenth avenue and Ninth street S.
W. P. Roberts will tell the members of
the Garfield Republican club about "The
"Work of the Last Legislature" at a regu
lar meeting of the club this evening at
Morgan post hall, Nicollet avenue and
Beginning Monday cars on the Twen
tieth and Hennepin line will run up Thir
ty-first street only as far as Lyndale. The
service from Lyndale to Hennepin will
be discontinued for five or six days pend
ing some repairs.
William Porten, contractor, took out a
building permit yesterday for the five
storv fireproof brick and concrete armory
to be erected the armory board of
Minneapolis, at 207 Kenwood parkway.
The cost will be $15,000.
Free for the askingJournal vest
pocket "Nugget Books," containing nearly
300 bits of philosophy, humor and good
sense worth reading. Call for one when
you are at The Journal counter, or write
to the advertising manager and a copy
will be mailed.
Dr A Crandall returned from St.
Louis this morning He took a prominent
part In the movement to bring about the
union of the northern and southern Bap
tists and the organization of the triennial
convention, and is highly gratified that
the object has been accomplished.
The Minneapolis Medical club at the
final meeting of the year. May 17, elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: President, Dr. R. E Farr vice
president. Dr H. L. Williams secretary,
Dr W. H. Aurand treasurer, Dr. S. E.
Sweitzer, board of censors, Drs. Fred
Erb, H. L. Ulrich and C. B. Wright.
Morgan Post. G. A. R., last night de
cided to attend memorial services at the
First Presbyterian church, Sunday morn
ing, May 28. The veterans will be es
corted by the post drum corps and Com
pany F, First regiment, of the state
guard. Charles Hull, Company E,
Hundred and Sixth New York, was elect
ed a member,
John C. Oswald's chief occupation to
day was receiving congratulatory visits
from friends. Today he is passing his
81st milestone. Mr. Oswald's annual
birthday celebrations are memorable oc
casions to his many friends. The family
home at 1322 Hennepin avenue was the
mpcca of hundreds of the pioneer mer
chants, business and personal acquaint
Brigadier W. F. Jenkins of the Salva
tion Army, has requested the council to
reduce the rent for the old oity hall,
which is now used as the army head
quarters. The building was leased for
$2,500 a year and the army wants it for
$2,000, on the ground that it costs more
to maintain the building than was esti
mated. He also asks for new boilers, as
the present battery is not up to standard.
The Coachmens' Benevolent society will
hereafter pay $7 a week sick benefit in
stead of $5 as heretofore. The matter
was discussed at the meeting Thursday,
and action taken. The society is in pros
perous condition and has $1,475 in its
treasury. The total membership numbers
about ninety. It is hoped that the mem
bership may be further increased, as
there are 275 coachmen employed in pri
vate families in the city.
Mayor Jones, the Rev. J. M. Cleary.
Frank M. Nye and William Henry Eustis
will speak at the big entertainment ar
ranged by the Fourth Ward Republican
club for Monday evening at the wigwam,
on Western avenue. Mayor Jonefs will
speak on "Aids Necessary to Good Gov
ernment," Father Cleary on "Good Citi
zenship," Mr. Nye on "Future Problems
of the Party," and Mr. Eustis will tell
"Why I am a Republican." fjhere will be
also a musical entertainment.
The price of ice for this season, as
charged by local dealers from May 1, is
as follows: 50 pounds, dally, drop or box,
$3.50 tier month 25 pounds daily, or less,
boxed, $2.50 per month 25 pounds daily,
or less, delivered upstairs, drop or box,
$2.50 per month 25 pounds daily, or less,
delivered on ground floor, dropped, $2.00
per month. 100 to 500 pounds delivered
at one time, 25 cents per hundredweight
2, 3 or 4 times per week, same price as
daily. Ice coupon tickets, 10 coupons, 25
pounds each, $1.50/extra ice coupon tick
ets, $1.25 and $2.50
110 Temple Court.
Ceda Lak~ Ice Co.,
MAY SEE WONDERLAND
The Journal goes into more Min
neapolis homes than any other pa
par. consequently the best want ad guests of the management for an ad-
medium. Only a word. vance inspection of the park and its
various amusement devices.
Amusement Park Will Be Open To
Twin City Wonderland, the big
amusement park at Lake street and
Thirty-first avenue S, will be open to
the public tomorrow afternoon from 2
to 5 o'clock. No admission will be
The formal opening of the park for
its season of three months and twoing
weeks is set for next Saturday. All
buildings are now complete, the grounds
graded and arranged in flower beds and
walks, the scenic decorations finished,
and electric wiring well in hand. On
night the Press club will be the
THE .MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,./-
IS KNOCKED DOWN
BOXCAR HIT ITS SIDE
Torn loose from its trucks, as a train
load of eighteen cars crashed into the
"bumper" at the warehouse of the
Landers, Morrison & Christianson Ce
ment company, Plymouth avenue and
First street N a boxcar filled with
lime was hurled against the warehouse
at 5 o'clock this morning. The build
ing trembled, swayed and collapsed like
an eggshell. Thousands of tons of ce
ment crashed thru the floors with a
roar heard for blocks. Dust rose in a
dense cloud and for several minutes hid
If the disaster had occurred five
in the newT
Laughable Questions Often Asked a
Local Bus,in$ss Bouse.
Eobert L. Pollock has a good many
queer? tho not altogether unnatural,
questions asked him in connection with
his business as manager of Pollock's
Clipping Bureau (formerly the Inter
state), 510 Sykes Block. This fore
noon he was asked over the phone for
his prices for clipping horses and dogs.
It is newspapers that are clipped by
this bureau and not horses and dogs,
tho Mr. Pollock is in a position to cut
all the articles from the papers on the
subject of horses or anything else that
appears in public print.
While this bureau reads only the paBayfield.
pers from the northwestern states, a
very complete svstem of exchange has
been completed with similar bureaus in
all parts of the country. Each of these
covers its own territory thoroly. This
enables Mr. Pollock to give a much
complete service than could be
obtained by writing anv other one bu
reau, and "makes it unnecessary for
anyone in the twin cities to send away
from home for press clippings.
BOUQUET FOR A SOLON
Life Underwriters Express Apprecia
tion of Mr. Timberlake's Work.
The Minneapolis Association of Life
Insurance U'n'derwriters has resolutions
commending Representative B. H. Tim
berlake, one of their number, for his
efficient work in the interest of better
insurance laws and in aiding the rein
statement of full authority in manage
ment of the state university in the
hands of the regents.
The resolutions, which were unani
mously adopted, read as follows:
Whereas, The work of improvement of
our insurance laws and also the sepai'a
tlon of the management of the university
from the board of control was and is of
the greatest Importance to our state, and
Whereas, To the Honorable H. Tim
berlake as membei of our legislature and
of our body much of the credit is due for
the passing of those laws making such
Be It Resolved, That the Life Under
writers' association, collectively and as in
dividuals, express to Mr. Timberlake bv
this resolution their hearty appreciation
of his work in these matters, assuring
him that as citizens of the great state of
Minnesota we consider that he has most
honorably fulfilled the expectations of his
friends and constituents, that he would
honor the position when he was elected
member of the Minnesota legislature.
A GOOD INDUSTRIAL LOCATION
Hopkins, Minn., Wants More Industries
to Locate Within Its Limits.
The town is excellently located for
shipping on the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Minneapolis & St. Louis and
Great Northern railroads. I is a very
pretty village with cement walks, water
works, etc., and has 2,500 inhabitants.
The churches, schools and opera-house
are the best of any of towns around
twice its size. I is eight miles west
of Minneapolis and has excellent street
car service to the twin cities. Taxes
and site are very small item to con
sidervery reasonable. Has one large
industry already and labor trouble is
an unknown thing. Secretary of Com
mercial club will answer all inquiries.
N. P. CONDUCTOR KILLED
W. Wilkinson Meets Sudden Death
in Yards at Como.
Hurled thirty feet by a passenger lo
comotive, William Wilkinson was
picked up dead in the Como yards at
7 a.m. today.
Wilkinson was a Northern Pacific
freight conductor and was superintend
the making up of his train, when
he stepped directly in the path of a'n1
Thousands of Tons of Cement Fall with
the Wrecking of the Building of the
Landers, Morrison & Christianson
CompanyTeamsters and Horses
Have Narrow Escapes.
just coming to woik. As.it was, there
rescued the first thing."
A representative of the
has put to wrork
LEFT THEIR AGED
FATHER A PAUPER
HIS CHILDREN TAKE ANDREW
JOHNSON'S LAST FENNY.
Pitiable Flight of Former Minneapolis
Man in SeattleFound in a Squalid
Hut Which Called "Home," the
Sad Story of His Life Comes to
Light. From Seattle today comes a pathetic
story of the fate of An'drew Johnson,
for many years a well-to-do resident of
Minneapolis. After the members of
his family had taken from his generous
hand his savings of years, he was com
pelled to leave nis home because of lack
of funds to pay the rent, and found
shelter in a squalid hut. His case is
described as one of the strangest that
has ever cdme before the Seattle author
Mr. .Tohrson, who went to Seattle
from Minneapolis three years ago, gave
all his wealth tothis three sons anthruou mar
i flt JSl eh daughter, with the understanding
they were support him
was no one in the building,
horses had a ieniarkable escape. They
were standing in a small shed in the
middle of the ruins. The shed was the
only part of the structure to escape
complete demolition and the horses
were led out thru the wreckage without
The building was about 200 feet long
and 60 feet wide. I was a two-story
structure, but the only part left to
show' its height is the office rooms,
which are lying on their side. The rest
of the building is torn and twisted as
if a tornado had struck it. The walls
on the First street side collapsed out
ward while the rest of the building
fell in. The gravel roof is curled and
twisted and is wrapped about the detwo
bris and beams. The destruction was so
complete that the wreckage lies packed
together close to earth.
"The building was the property of
the Chicago & North-Western railroad
and was only rented by us," said J.
H. Morton, treasurer of the company,
today. "We have just completed a
brick warehouse across the street and
were intending to move the first of
next week. Unless rain falls and spoils
the Portland cement, the only damage
sustained will be to the wagons and
office furniture. This will not amount
to more than $1,000 and is covered by
property insurance. As fast as the
cement is taken out it will be used for
Th bookwill were
railroad,wwho a wreckage cre of
fifty men, said that the railroad com
pany puts no value upon the property,
as the building was to- be torn down
soon. "We might have used it tem
porarily for a warehouse, but as it is,
the destruction came a little too quick,
that is all."
The accident is partially laid at the
door of the engineer. There were
twelve carloads of wheat, five of Port
land cement and one of quicklime. The
tram had a good headwav on when it
struck the "bumper." None of the
cars suffered damage except the car
filled with quicklime. The building was
so heavily and evenly loaded that when
one part gave way the whole structure
A FUNNY MISTAKE
coming Northern Pacific passenger
Death was practically instantaneous.
The man's home is in St. Cloud.
Bead the special reductions in Laces,
Embroideries, White Goods, Silks, on
naee 3. Dayton's ad.
One by one they
wanin g liiree .-i_. _^ 4._i. it., -p
move,fd away, takin.P the. saving of then*v.
old man with them, un'til two years ago,
his daughter and her husband departed,
leaving him penniless.
Too feeble to work, Mr. Johnson
sought out some of the friends of his
days of prosperity, and raised enough
money to go to Seattle, where he had
hoped to find light employment. Soon
after his arrival there he was taken ill.
This week he was found in' a dilapi
dated, unclean hovel, six feet wide and
eight feet long, on the sandspit.
Tip to three weeks ago he was able to
walk out occasionally, and beg or find
food in the streets and alleys of the
city. I this way he had lived the
years he was in Seattle. When
he was unable to leave the hut, he was
given a little food by the In'dian women
in the neighborhood.
Johnson was placed on a stretcher
and taken to the Wayside Mission hos
pital, and the board of health ordered
his shack burned. At the hospital one
of the physicians told him he would
never have to live in his hovel again,
and that it was to be destroyed. This
preyed on- the old man's mind and he
arose from his bed and escaped from
the mission. He was not missed until
next morning. Then he was found back
in the squalid shack. He begged to
be permitted to remain there until
death should claim him. He was taken
away by force and is now an' inmate of
the county hospital, where he will be
guarded while an effort is being made
to find some of his heartless children.
DEFENDS OLL RATES
the oil rates nowr
The readers of The Journal who are
looking for an ideal outing place this
summer, with low railroad rates, mod
erate price of board, a nature-beauty
spot, bracing air, lake and forest com
bined, good food, congenial company,
will do well to look up Old Mission,
Madeline island, Lake Superior, near
This was begun by a colony
from Beloit college, Wisconsin. I is
designed for families, groups of friends,
young people, teachers and persons in
professional life. I is not the ordinary
fashionable summer resort, but some
what exclusive, with a social atmos
phere carefully "guarded. I is in charge
of Mrs. E. W. Ervine, matron of Emer
son hall, Beloit college, Beloit, Wis.
It is becoming very popular with Min
neapolis people who like this sort of a
resort. I is within easy reach and in
To Minnesota, Dakotas and the Cana
dian Northwest. Tickets on sale every
Tuesday. Ticket office, 119 Third street
"Crolius Truss Co.
"Gentlemen.Your Aluminum truss
is giving entire satisfaction. I has
held our baby for weeks now and his
rupture was a bad one.
"Yours very gratefully.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williamson},
"Mandora, N. D.
Note^If your baby is ruptured see
or write Mr. M. Crolius. Patients
fitted at home. Call or write Crolius
Truss Co., 639-640 Andrus Building,
Hotel and Cafe
Hotel and Furniture new and
Automobile Parties Given Special
C0NET ISLAND HOTEL.
Under the Old Management Will Open
i $2 Per Day,
Rates- 8 9nd $ i 0 Pe
*f BDa 20, &0* ^.-"i* u*V^v^.^
The Oo0-Price Complete
Attorney for Northern Pacific
They Are Reasonable.
Another hearing was held before the
railroad commission yesterday relative
to the request of the independent oil
dealeis for a cheaper rate for oil
shipped in barrels. Emerson Hadley of
counsel for the Northern Pacific road
occupied most of the time. He held,
first, that it was not within the prov
ince of the railroad commission to con
sider commercial petitions of one com
petitor in a certain line of busi
ness against another,
in effec are reasont
The shipment of oil in barrels nat
urally costs much more than when
shipped in tank cars, as is the rule
with the Standard Oil company, he
said. Barrel oil costs more to handle
and the risk from fire is much greater.
The hearing wall be resumed next
Wednesday at 10 a.m.
Your Credit it Quod at the New England.
Rura Fre Delivery
The Eural Free Delivery System is
Bevolutionizing Shopping Customs.
Business is growing. I makes no
business is growing. I makes no
difference whether it is Some Bar
gain from our daily advertisements,
or some Information desired regard
ing a Complete Furnishing Outfit,
people are beginning to appreciate what the Improved Postal Service means.
It means, among other things,
Duplication of City Homes in the Country Duplication of Household
Conveniences, Duplication of Style and General Up-to-dativeness, and, best
of all, Duplication of Bargain Opportunities.
Whether you want Some Little Five Cent Article or a Complete Five
Thousand Dollar Outfit, let us know the situation, and there's A Surprise
Party due you. Quietly, in your own home, you can sit down and make your
selections from the copious illustrations, descriptions and samples we shall
be glad to send you. I a word, we transport to your very doors a Strictly
Up-to-date Metropolitan Housefumishing Establishment. It's The Ideal
Way To Shop.
which gives the teeth the use they need. It also supplies the
necessary elements for developing a strong body. It is abso-
lutely pure and has no equal on the market.
Get the MALTA-CERES habit. Your grocer has it.
NATIONAL NUT FOOD GO.
A. PEARSON, Proprietor.
Newly Remodeled^ej^PaviUon and Ngyr.Boats.
5th St., 6th St. and 1st Ave. So.
You can surely save 50 cents a day
and not be any worse fed, worse clothed
or worse housed.
Keep it up till you hit a bargain
doubling your money.
Keep it up again till you double
your money once more. I 20 years,
you will be independent.
Beady money at 4 per cent interest is
the key to the whole situation.
The Savings Bank of Minneapolis,
Adam Hannan, treasurer, corner Fourth
street and Second avenue S.
Are you sorry your dear children suffer with poor teeth? Then
begin at once to improve their condition. Your dentist tells
you your teeth, like muscles, need use. Don't feed them soft,
mushy foods when you can get
For the Lakes
We hare new pinnos for sale and for
rent, also a larjp assortment of second
hand pianos, T\hich would be especially
serviceable for the cottagp
The ideal instrument for the summer is
the Pianola Piano, which can be plaved in
the usual way from the keyboard, also by
means of the perforated roll.
Northwestern Agents for Steinway
and Knabe Pianos and the Pianola.
THE BEST WISCONSIN MINERAL WATER
Bottled at the Springs and Shipped
in Refrigerator Cars Direct to
Minneapolis. Ask for it at all
41-43 South Sixth Street.
you fail to get our prices on
the best of doors, birch and
oak right in stock, and all
kinds of mill work.
CITT SASH & DOOR CO.
Office3d Ave. So. and 4th St.
Marshall and lOth A~ve. X. E.
Write for terms
*ap4lirj. wer ed.