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(KVE JACKETS-Made of fine English
Covert clojth, silk lined, JT r\Q
worth $15.00 $U.yO
COVERT JACKETS-Our $19.50 and $25.00
styles we will sell &f\ QO
CRAVENETTE COATSAll our $25.00 gar
ments in loose or tight
fitting SILK AUTOMOBILE and STREET COATS,
worth from $15.00 to $75.00, all sold at a re
to Rimless Glasses
Glasses received by mail remounted
and returned by mail.
THEN. P. HEADED
FOR COAL HARBOR
BYKESTON BRANCH WILL E EX-
Contract for Constructing the FlrBt Fif-
teen Miles Has Already Been Le at
About $15,000 a MileResidents of
Lamont Worried for Fear They Will
The Northern Pacific has commenced
extending its line west from Denhoff,
The plan is ultimately to extend fifty
four miles to Coal Harbor, on the east
shore of the Missouri, in the lignite
section. This new strip will cost about
$15,000 a mile, or $810,000 for the en
The contract has been let to Donald
Grant, the Faribault, Minn., railroad
contractor, to build the first fifteen
miles. The survey is completed for the
entire route, but the remainder of the
track will not be built till later. Th
proposed line goes thru a rolling coun
try and much grading is necessary, mak
ing the extension an expensive piece of
construction. The Grant contract is to
be completed by Aug. 1. A daily train
service will then be put in effect on the
Sykston branch, which now runs fifty
four miles west to Denhoff. A present
a train runs to one end of the branch
one day, and returns the next.
There will be townsites about every
five miles along the line. Just where
the stations will be located is a ques
tion that is sorelv troubling some of
the people residing on the line. This
is especially the case at Lamont, a new
town which has sprung into existence
some five or six miles west of Denhoff
and surrounded by the richest country
along the new route. Th owners of
a strip of land about two miles from
Lamont desire to open their property
as a townsite. They seem to have con-
Corked or Tin Capped
Our First Spring Clearing Sale
Values are not considered in the pricing nowit's simply a question of closing out
every spring Suit,CoatorHat in our stockreductions are made regardless of loss.
We are inaugurating this sale a month earlier than is the usual custom, consequently the se-
lections are better, and if you have delayed in selecting your season's supply you are indeed
fortunate. No old stock. Every garment this season's style.
Women's Pattern Hats, worth $20.00 $9.50.
Women's Chiffon and Lace Hats, worth $15.00 $4.50.
Linen Shirtwaist Suits $3.50 to $35.00.
604 NICOLLET AVE., (near Sixth St. So.,) MINNEAPOLIS.
breakage 50 to 75 per
cent. It absolutely
prevents the loosening of
lens-screws. It is not
visibly different from the
usual mountings is ap
plied to new or old
glasses at slight cost.
ST. PAUL. PARIS.
siderable pull'' with the management,
and if they succeed in setting a sta
tion established there, Lamont won 't
get one. Residents of Lamont, in view
of the fact that their tdwn now has
some twenty buildings, including sev
eral stores and a bank, think such ac
tion on the part of the railroad would
be very unjust. The matter is still
pending and has become one of the
most important questions to be decided
in connection with the new strip of
New Service in the Hills.
Special to The Journal.
Deadwood, 8. D., May 22.The Bur
lington and North-Western companies
are making preparations to begin daily
passenger service between this citv and
Terry. The matter has been taken up
by the Deadwood Business Men's club.
There will be a large increase in the
business of Deadwood to have this daily
passenger service started.
Or. N to Enter Aberdeen.
Great Northern agents have com
pleted the purchase of its right of way
into Aberdeen at a cost of $30,000. I
is expected that the extension of the
line from Pierre to Faulkton will be
completed this summer.
Cheap Rates Bring Thousands.
Excursions over the Milwaukee, St.
Louis, Bock Island and Wisconsin Cen
tral roads brought about 5,000 visitors
to the city yesterday. Many remained
over to do shopping, but the maiority
returned yesterday. Lake Harriet pa
vilion was visited by thousands and
street cars on the Minnehaha line were
run on a very small headway to provide
accommodations for those who wanted
to attend the ball game or visit the
WINS CLARK'S GRANDDAUGHTER.
San Francisco, May 22 The engage
ment of Miss Hazel Clark, daughter of
W A Clark, Jr, and granddaughter of
Senator Clark, to Walter Dean O'Brien,
son of Thomas O'Brien a well-known
attorney of this city, is announced
O'Brien is not more than half way thru
the twenties, but has won distinction as
a mining engineer and has been success
ful in the gold fields
DALLAS, WIS.Mr and Mrs Nels Arneson
celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their mar
riage at their home here on Saturday
npHE Scientific Stations for the Brewing In-
dustry of Bohemia and Bavaria, attest that
Budweiser is not only equal to the best Bohemian
and Bavarian beers in all their properties, but ex-
ceeds them in keeping qualities. Budweiser is
brewed and bottled only at the home plant of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Orders Promptly Filled by
A. D. Giannini, Mgr. Anheuser-Busch Branch, Minneapolis*
TAILORED SUITSMade of all wool spring
material, in black or colors, dfrry O
none worth less than $25 W W
TAILORED SUITS in blouse or jacket styles.
Our $27.50 to $35.00 $16 S O
SILK SHIRTWAIST SUITS, black or colors,
worth $18.50 to $25.00, *-t C/
ALL OUR PINE IMPORTED COSTUMES and
shirtwaist suits, worth from $50.00 to $150.00,
sold at $25.00 and $50.00.
MOVED BY PLAY
TO KIDNAP BABY
Small Girl Steals and Kills Child,
Impelled by Influence of
New York Sun Speolal Service.
Toronto, Ont., May 22.The play,
"Kidnapped from New York," pro
duced at the Majestic theater last week,
suggested to Josephine Carr the idea ox
kidnapping, and on Friday afternoon
she decided to make a practical test
The motive, she says, was reward, but
the end was murder. Sh came down
town that afternoon and knowing that
a small lane next to a department store
was a favorite resort for babies left
outside while their mothers shopped
within, watched her opportunity. A
soon as Mrs. Murray of Wellington ave
nue had left her 9-months-old boy in its
gocart, Josephine kidnapped the child,
cart and all. Taking a car, she Tode
almost to her home. Suddenly, she says,
she realized as night came on that she
had a helpless infant on her hands and
not knowing what to do with it, rolled
it down a ninety-foot railway embank
ment near her home. Some time after
wards, probably the next morning, she
went to the bottom of the ravine. There
she stripped the bruised and dead form
of its clothing and placed the body un
der a dry culvert. That forenoon she
raised the alarm that she had found
the gocart and dead baby in the ravine,
and as the result of the investigation
which followed she was placed under
arrest and subsequently confessed.
The alleged murderess is a motherless
small girl, upon whose frail shoulders
the care of two smaller children has
WAR VETERAN GAINS
BY PRESIDENT'S TRIP
New York Sun Special Service.
Washington, May 22.The impulsive
nature of President Roosevelt has
served a good turn for Whitaker Jayne
of Colorado, a veteran of the civil war,
who, as a result of the president *s hunt
ing trip and their chance acquaintance,
has had his pension increased from
$17 to $2 4 a month.
It was while hunting in one of the
wildest parts of the state that the pres
ident discovered Jayne. Learning that
he had an application on file for an in
crease of pension, the president' be
came interested, and upon his return
to Washington sent a strong letter to
the pension commissioner asking that
the case be looked into. Jayne was
wounded in the battle of Shiloh, re
ceiving an injury that stiffened his
right arm so that he was discharged
for disability. is still unable to
use his arm freely.
AMERY, "WIS.Thomas Onanella, 7" years of
age, a pioneer farmer, was probably fatallv
injured by a bull, which trampled and gored
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
JUDGE BUCK DIES
AT MANKATO HOME
DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN OF THE
Long and Severe Attack of Nervous
Prostration Leads to Collapse of
Heart's ActionServed Seven Years
on the State Supreme Bench and
Helped to Found the Mankato Nor
JUDGE DANIEL BUCK,
Mankato Jurist Formerly on the Bu
prerae Bench, Who Died Yesterday.
5b v f?
Mankato, Minn., Ma 22.Judge
Daniel Buck, former justice of the su
preme court, died shortly before ndon
yesterday after a long illness.
has not been strong for several
years, and spent his winters in the
south. went to Alabama last win
ter, and while there, in February, was
taken with a severe attack of nervous
prostration, with which he continued
to suffer. had been failing for
several days and Saturday night he
was taken with heart failure, which
was the immediate cause of his death.
Judge Buck was born at Booneville,
N. Y., Sept. 28, 1829, coming of revo
lutionary stock. was educated in
the common schools of that locality,
where he studied law and was admit
ted to the bar. came to Minnesota
in May 1857 and began the practice
of law at South Bend, doing survey
ing at the same time. I 1868 he re
moved to Mankato and since resided
He was elected to the legislature in
1873 and helped to establish the sec
ond state normal school at Mankato,
and for that reason was known as the
father of the normal." was coun
attorney of Blue Earth county for
four years, and in 1878 was elected
to the state senate. served the
state and county in many positions,
and in 1892 was elected to the supreme
bench and served until 1899, when ill
health compelled him to resign. I
politics he was a staunch democrat.
Judge Buck's wife died six years
ago, and he is survived by one son,
who is located on the Isle of Pines,
West Indies, and a daughter, Mrs. Lau
ra Abbott, who has made her home with
A a lawyer Judge Buck was promi
nent and distinguished. had a
striking- and commanding presence, un
impeachable integrity arid great intel
lectual capacity His honesty and
straightforwairdnfl3s gained for him the
title of "The Olfl Soman."
recently completed^a history of
the Indian massacre, which is consid
ered authority on that subject. was
interested in horticultural pursuits and
was a successful fruitgrower.
IS UNDER WATER
Steady Rise of River Imperils
Operations of Plants in the
a Crosse, Wis., May 22.The Mis
sissippi has risen six inches today and
two feet in the last three days, and is
still rising slightly.
In North a Crosse a large section
is under water, people going about in
boats where the land is usually dry.
Manufacturing industries are greatly
inconvenienced and can only be oper
ated with difficulty.
Should the water rise another foot
several factories, both on the north
and south sides, will be closed.
The country districts are hard hit
large sections, both on the Minnesota
and Wisconsin sides of the river, being
cut off from market.
The bridge between Onalaska and
French island is under water, prevent
ing communication between the two
$100,000 BILL OF A
Chicago, May 22.A claim for $100,-
000 for medical service by Dr. C.
E. Zeigler of Chicago against the estate
of Harriet McVieker, widow of the
theatrical manager, was disallowed to
day by Jndge Catting of the probate
court, who held that the claim was ex
cessive. instructed Dr. Zeigler to
present another of more moderate pro
Another claim of $10,000 under con
tract was exhibited in court and alfer
lowed. MOB TRIES TO LYNCH
1 FATHER AND HIS SONS
Richland Center, Wis. May
mob of about 1,500 made an attempt
to lynch Charles Tyler, and his sons,
Roy and Will, accused of assaulting a
ir named St. John, who came here
the country and was found in a
hay mow twenty-four hours after the
outrage. She may die.
Four other men are said to have par
ticipated in the assault. Th girl was
attacked Thursday night and found Fri
day morning, and it was not until Sat
urday morning that she recovered con
sciousness. "If she dies they shall fol
low her," was the cry of Jhe crowd.
The sheriff made a speech from the
steps of the jail, which had a quieting
effect on the crowd.
AMBUSHED IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Salisbury, N May 22.-H. Clay
Grubb, acquitted Saturday of the charge
of murdering his brother-in-law, was am
bushed in a buggy today 'with a compan
ion, one of his chief .witnesses. Both
were badly wounded. Grubb recognized,
one of the amabushers. Posses from
Salisbury and Leadington are in pursuit
"May 22, 1905.
Steel Range Special.
(See above cut), made of heavy gauge
cold rolled steel, has high warming
closet, beautiful nickel trimmings,
large square oven, patent balance oven
door and many new Improvements A
superior range in every (Q4 Ef|
detail Hartman's price... I
Full Nickel $25.50
$2 50 down, 50c weekly.
Hartman's Go-Cart Special.
Just like illustration complete with
parasol and upholstery has,heavy rub
ber tires, rubber hub caps and other
improvements It has the newest and
best sleeper adjustment, steel han
dles, with nickel ferrules and polished
wood guards. Special (in E A
Terms, $1.50 cash, 50c a week.
Hartman's Special Iron Bed.
Beautiful design, exactly like cut,
made of the best grade of seamless
tubing, decidedly handsome pattern,
all colors and combination of colors
extra heavy. Hartman's
|1.00 down and 25c weekly
VETERAN EDITOR IS DEAD
Milwaukee, Ma 22.William E Cra
mer, editor of the Evening Wisconsin of
this city, died yesterday of pneumonia.
Mr. Cramer was one of the oldest
On every bottle of Liquozone we of-
$1,000 for a germ disease that it
cannot kill. W do this to assure you
that Liquozone does kill germs.
And it is the only way known to kill
germs in the body without killing the
tissues, too. Any drug that kills germs
is a poison and it cannot be taken in
ternally. Medicine is almost helpless
in any germ disease. I is this fact
which gives Liquozone its worth to
a worth so great that, after
testing the product for two years,
through physicians afltf hospitals, we
paid $100,000 for the American Tights.
And we have spent over one million
dollars, in one year, to #buy the first
bottle and give it free to each sick one
who would try it
Acts Like Oxygen.
Liquozone is not made by compound
ing drugs, nor is there any alcohol in
it. It virtues are derived solely from
gaslargely oxygen gasby a process
requiring immense apparatus and 14
days' time. This process has, for more
than 20 years, bee'n' the constant subject
of scientific and chemical research.
The result is a liquid that does what
oxygen does. I is a nerve food and
blood food-^-the most helpful thing in
the world to you It effects are ex Con?umiitlon
hilarating, vitalizing, purifying. Yet
it is an absolutely certain germicide.
The reason is that germs are vegeta
bles and Liquozonelike an' excess of
.oxygenis deadly to vegetal matter.
1ST lABTIAH 'TEATH T0B E IBST.
Hartman's it an institution founded upon just and liberal policies- that
treats its customers generously and guarantees perfect
satisfaction to every purchaser.
A Par Paymen Pla
that may be adjusted to suit the convenience of each individual customer.
Hartman's Credit Plan is such a plan as a high-class store may be proud of and such a plan as appeals
to thinking people. It is a most just and honorable plan. Most liberal, too. We make our arrangements
to suit your convenience instead of asking you to comply with, cast-iron roles such as confront you at most
credit stores. At Hartman's you make your selections and them we listen while yon make the arrangements
while you state what will suit your convenience and what will be required of us. This innovation has
made Hartman's the most popular credit institution in the country. We always have had the utmost con-
fidence in the wage-earner and our confidence has not been misplaced.
(Copy CERTIFICATE OF
ATION of purchase made of
Hartman Furniture & Carpet
Co, of Minneapolis, Minn., by
Mr of the city of
State of Minnesota, and repre
gented by account N
said Hartman Furniture & Car
pet Co. hereby agrees that IN
CASE OE DEATH PAYMENTS
CEASE, as stipulated in the fol
lowing, to-wit. In case the above
named purchaser is a married
man, living with his wife or
children and supporting them,
and payments have been regu
larly and promptly made upon
the purchase and continuously
from date of purchase, and no
tice of death of said purchaser
is given said Hartman Furni
ture & Carpet Co., in writing,
within ten days after such
death, together with evidence of
the fact that said purchaser was
the support of his wife and chil
dren, the said Hartman Furni
ture & Carpet Co. will cancel
the balance of any such indebt
edness from the date of such
In witness whereof we have
hereunto affixed our signature
and the seal of this corporation
on the day of
19... HARTMAN FURNI-
TURE & CARPET CO.,* Frank
D. Rubel, Manager.
Made of selected quarter sawed oak,
frame extra heavy and durable, hand
polished finish, nicely carved, uphol
stered in best grade of genuine leath
er, full steel construction, canvas bot
tom, nicely tufted, filled throughout
with hair and moss, full 32 Inches
wide, fitted with patent (AC E A
casters. Hartman's price..9fcDiwU
Terms, $2 75 down and 50c weekly.
Hartman's Special Extension Tables.
This table is made exclusively tor the
Hartman stores and Is superior to
anything being sold in the twin cities
today. These tables have round tops,
made of especially selected quarter
sawed oak, beautifully flaked and
highly polished extra large bases with
beautifully carved claw feet. These
tables also have new patent extension
slides which work easily aand smooth
ly. Hartman's Special 4(40 Rfl
10 patterns to select from. Regular
$2.50 value 95c
12 patterns to select from. Regular
$3 00 value $1-75
8 patterns to select from. Regular
$4 25 value $2-75
10 patterns Irish Point. Regular
value $15 00 $9.75
12 patterns to select from. Regular
$3 75 value $ 2 2 5
10 patterns to select from. Regular
$4.50 value $ 3 2 5
newspaper men in the United States.
He was born Oct. 29, 1817. Hi early
wort was in the capacity of editorial
writer on the Albany Argus from 1843
to 1846. Among his daily associates
I were John Va Buren, Silas Wright,
W Offe $1,000
For a Disease Germ That Liquozone Can't Kill.
Liquozone goes into the stomach,
into the bowels and into the blood, to
go wherever the blood goes. N germ
can escape it and none can resist it.
The results are inevitable, for a germ
disease must end when the germs are
killed. Then Liquozone, acting as a
wonderful tonic, quickly restores a
condition of perfect health. Diseases
which have resisted medicine for years
yield at once to-Liquozone, and it cures
diseases which medicine never cures.
Half the people you meetwherever
you arecan tell you of cures that
were made by it.
These are the known germ diseases.
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome the
germs, and such results are indirect
and uncertain. Liquozone attacks the
germs wherever they are. And when
the germs which cause a disease are de
stroyed, the disease must end, and for-
a, tusea.se must
That is inevitable.
CatarrhCancef DysenteryDiarrhea DandruffDropsy Dyspepsia EczemaErysipelas
Hartman's Special Enamel
An exceptionally large, all hardwood
refrigerator, lined throughout with
heavy white enamel iron walls are
charcoal filled This Refrigerator is
fitted with all the modern hygienic ap
pliances. Enamel is thoroughly baked
on and guaranteed not to chip off.
Hartman's Special Price, extra large
size refrigter 0 "I A
ator O I I
Terms. $2.00 down and 50c weekly.
ak hand polish finish, superior
workmanship, has large drawer
ind lined drawer for silverware
aicely carved large French
bevel mirror. A 4 A I
Special Price 9lifu
$1.60 down 50c weekly.
LEATHER ROCKERSLarge, full up
holstered rockers, upholstered in best
grade leather, solid quarter sawed
oak frame, hand polish frame, full
spring seat, extra large, roomy, com
fortable rocker. ^t9ft
$3 00 down, 50c weekly.
John A Dix, Governor Marey, Horatio
Seymour, Samuel J. Tilden, ex-President
Van Buren and others. came to
Milwaukee in 1847.
The only political office he ever held
was in 1872, when he headed the repub
lican electoral ticket in Wisconsin.
50c Bottle Free. if
If you need Liquozone and have never
tried it, please send us this coupon. W
will then mail you an order on a local
druggist for a full-size bottle, and we
will nay the druggist ourselves for it
This is our free gift, made to convince
you to show you what Liquozone is
and what it can do. I justice to your
self, please accept it today, for it places
you under no obligation whatever.
Liquozone costs 50c and $1
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
for this offer may not appear again. Fill out
the blanks,, nnd mall it to The Liquozone
Company, 458-464 Wabash ave, Chicago,
Mv, disease Is
Kidney Disease,sC DCW
Laa Liver Troubles ieajv
MalariaNeuralgia Many Heart Troubles
PilesPneumonia PleurisyQuinsy Rheumatism ScrofulaSyptilta
1 have never tried Liquozone but if you will
supply me a 50c bottle free I wfll take It.
Give full addresswrite plainly,
Any physician or hospital not yet cslng L1ojuo~
COM will be gladly supplied tot a test.
Stomach Troubles TamersUlcers
Throat Troubles Varicocele '*Jr
Tuberculosis Women's Diseases -%J%
All diseases that begin with feverall inflam
mationall^catarrhall contagious diseasesall
the results of impure or poisoned blood.
In. nervous debility Liquozone acts as a vital
ize^ accomplishing what no drugs can do.