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and back of that fifty years of successful
effort to realize an ideal by means of
the best brains, the best tools and the
best material American genius could
"The Perfected American Watch/' an illustrated book of interesting
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Oncall anyMinute-Day orfcight
When Heartburn, Sour Stomach,
Headache, Bad Breath, Coated
Tongue, Belching of Stomach Gas, or
any of these forerunners of Indigestion
appear, Old Dr. Cascaret wants to
be right on the spot in your pocket.
He wants to check the coming trouble
Instantly before it can gr ow into a
habit of the Bowels to be costive.
Ladles, who extend to Dr. Cascaret the
hospitality of their Purses or their Dress
Pockets, will be rewarded with a fine
complexion, and healthy Happiness.
These will about fifty times repay for
the trifling space occupied, and the ten
cents per week at cost.
Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the
most obstinate cases of Constipation and
Indigestion, without discomfort or in
His medicine does ncrt gripe nor purge,
nor create a drug habit.
Because it is not a "Bile-driver," nor
a Gastric-Juice Waster, but a direct
Tonic to the Bowel Muscles.
It exercises naturally the muscles that
line the walls of the Intestines and
Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes
these Bowel-Muscles, just as it weakens
Arm and Leg muscles.
Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after
these Bowel-Muscles. wakes
them up just as a cold bath would wake
up a lazy person.
New Dining Car
Just Added to
It is entirely different from anything of the kind
you have eyer run across. It reminds you of home.
There is nothing adds to the enjoyment of a meal
so much as your surroundings and the service.
The Burlington offers both in connection with its
well-established cuisine excellency. Try it on your
next trip to Chicago.
Office InTyour own
W you have a good position open you ought to nave a good employe to
3 fill it. Write your Journal want ad. stating fully the requirements and the
opportunities of the position, and you will receive answers from many capable $
p persons. You lose the best of your opportunity to get a competent employee
when you word your ad carelessly or too briefly. Tell the whole story, and &
tne right person is sute to answer
Btarts the old aches and pains they suffer with chilly sensations cold
extremities. too aooetite and digestion.
The Burlington Chicago Limited leaves
Minneapolis-daily at 7 50 and ar
rives Chicago 9.00 a
TicketsThird and Nicollet. Both Phones.
F. McELROY, City Passenger Agent.
V. D. JONES, City Ticket Agent.
"First Aid" to the
Then he works them (through the
nerves) till they get so strong from
that Exercise that they don't need
any more help to do their duty.
But Dr. Cascaret wants to be right on
the spot, in your Pocket or Purse,
where he can regulate these Bowel
Muscles all the time, in health, and
cut of health.
Because, even the strongest BoweK
Muscles may be overworked.
Heavy dinners, late suppers.whiskey,
wine, or beer drinking, nervous excite
ment, sudden exposure to cold or heat
and a dozen other every day likelihoods tire
the Bowel Muscles.
In such cases a little Cascaret in time
is worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment
later on, to say nothing of the suffering,
discomfort, loss of Business Energy, and
loss of Social Sunshine it saves.
Old Dr. Cascaret carried constantly In
your Vest Pocket, or "My Lady's"
Purse is the cheapest kind of Health-in
surance, and Happiness Promotion, that
Little thin enamel Cascaret Box, half
as thick as your watch, round-cornered,
smooth-edged, and shaped so you don't
notice its presence.
Contains six Candy tabletsPrice Ten
Cents a Box at any Druggist's.
Be sure you get the genuine, made only
by the Sterling Remedy Company, and
never sold In bulk. Every tablet stamped
t^- FREE, O OUR. FRIENDS!
We want to send to onr friends a beautiful
French-designed, GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX,
hard-enameled in colors. It is a beauty for the
dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a
measureofgoodfaithandtocovercostofCascarets, with which tHsTaEty trinket is loaded, 714
Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
Sterling Remedy Company. Chicago or New York.
culation, and often some
old blood taint that has lain dormant in the system for years begins to man-
ifest itself. A wart or pimple becomes a troublesome sore or ulcer, skin dis-
eases break out, or the slight rheumatic pains felt in younger days now cause
sleepless nights and hours of agony. There is no reason why old age should
not be healthy and free from disease if the blood is kept pure and the system
strong, and this can be done with S. S. S. It is a medicine that is especially
adapted to old people, because it is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks
selected for their purifying, healing and building-up properties, and is very
mild and gentle in its action. S. S. S. warms
and reinvigorates the sluggish blood so that it
moveswith more rapidity, and clears it of all
impurities and poisons. A this rich, healthy
streae circulateis through the body every part
system built up the appetite and di
gestion improve, the heart action increases and
the diseases and discomforts of old age pass away. S. S. S. cures Rheuma-
tism, Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Sores and Ulcers, and all troubles arising from
SWBFT SPECIFIC OO*, ATLANTA, GA.
*E The Journal for agents you want a partlcu-
?d-there are mans kinds Tou will get Just tht. kind you want if you, &
wilnl state your proposition clearly. But you waste vour opportunity if you &
vaguely state, "Agents Wanted." Why not spread out the plan before them. &
$ Hr,e You will also sift out the ones not adapted to it.
WINDSOR WILL BE
FRAME PART WILL BE REPLACED
Fire Proof and Thoroly Modern in
Every Feature Is Promise of New
Proprietors, Thomas F. Lally and
Peter E. Hagan-Grill Room Ex
pected to Be Popular.
Advanced features in hotel building
are to characterize the rejuvenated
Windsor hotel when the plans of the
new managers, Thomas F. Lally and
Peter E. Hagan, are fully realized. The
entire property is to be brought up
to-date in construction and management
at a cost of $75,000 and will be re
named the "New Windsor" hotel.
The property is one of the oldest hotel
properties in the city and occupies a
most desirable location for the com
mercial and theatrical patronage.
The plans which Mr. Lally has in
mind call for practically an entirely
new building. The old frame structure
that now occupies the corner will be
replaced by a handsome five-story
brick fireproof building of modern con
struction. The new part will contain
about one hundred rooms each with a
bath. The furniture and fittings will be
modern and new and will appeal to the
most fastidious patronage. Hardwood
floors will be laid in the rooms, the halls
Business Goes On.
The construction of the new part will
not interfere with the business. The
office on the ground floor will be put
in first and the balance erected and
finished a floor at a time. A part of
the property facing on First avenue N
is a comparatively new three-story
brick structure containing 106 rooms
and will be available while work is
going on in 4he new building. The
Washington avenue frontage, which will
be wholly occupied by the new build
ing, is eighty-eight feet. Since Mr.
Lally and Mr. Hagan took hold of the
property a number of permanent im
provements have been made and the
larger improvement will be started soon.
Grill Boom a Feature.
In connection with the hotel a first
class grill room will be installed. The
management has some new and attract
ive innovations in mind that will be
incorporated in furniture and fixtures.
It will prbbably be called the College
In n" and in general scheme will be
much like "The Arena" in New York
city, which is noted thruout the coun
try. There will be entrances to the
cafe from both Washington and First
Every feature of 0*0 management of
the hotel and cafe is to be of the high
est class. Mr. Lally is well-known in
the restaurant business and as a hotel
manager, having been one of the few
who ever made a financial success of
the Lake Park hotel at Minnetonka.
Mr. Hagan is also well-known in Min
Crf&BAT MUSICIAN FINDS MUCH TO
ADMIRE ABOUT INSTRUMENT
HELPS BUDDING GENIUS.
Clarence Eddy, the famous organist,
is in the city and quartered at the West
hotel. His organ recital', to be given
on the big new instrument at the Audi
torium, occurs this evening,and he will
be assisted by Herbert Witherspoon,
the well-known New York basso.
Mr. Eddy was full of organ talk yes
terday when seen by a Journal man and
had many kind things to say of Minne
apolis and his visits here in the past.
He had been making an inspection of
the Auditorium organ and came back
to his hotel delighted with the instru
"It has some remarkably fine solo
stops,'' he said. I was greatly pleased
to hear them. Mr. Shuey played some
for me and I stood away at some dis
tance to hear them better. You know
one misses a good deal of the finest re
sults when seated at the keyboard."
Speaking of the pneumatic action,
Mr. Eddy remarked that almost all
organs are built nowadays with such
an action, but that the ne-vfest fad in
organ building is the electric action.
This is especially necessary, he said,
where portions* of the organ are widelv
separated. Some organs are built with
an echo organ,at the extreme opposite
end of the hall from that occupied by
the main organ, and with the electric
action the connection is made instantly,
and without the loss of time that would
destroy the illusion.
Mr. Eddy, like# all famous musicians,
has had many pieces of music written
in his honor ,and dedicated to him.
"You would be surprised," said he,
"how many compositions I receive in
the course of the year. Some of them
are published and others are in manu
script, and many of them are of more
than usual excellence. Indeed, in some
of them I find the evidences of genius.
The grade of musical composition in
this country is constantly rising, anJ
whenever I receive a number which is
worthy of reproduction, I always try
to give it a hearing. I think it is
everyone's duty to assist genius .i
every way possible."
Mr. Eddy is a
I IzIflUnrC^Tfe both
Most old people are great sufferers in Winter. They |PIW i LJK, beams. with- robust health, vigor and
are seldom free from pains or ailments of some description because thev are fi?
km* oa oWo tfco+r.,i it. i ucv-ciu&c mey are than is customaryh an-d wit his flowinj?
Hot as able to withstand the severity of the climate, with its damp, changing beard,n botah^ hair" and beard being
weather, as are their younger, more vigorous companions. Cold weather *ray
M-WHICQO I^~I of music, i
o*?.. large caliber
and physically, and
Hibernians Present Program of Music
The one hundred and twenty-eighth
anniversary of the birth of Eobert
Emmet, the Irish patriot, was cele
brated yesterday afternoon by Division
No. 3, Ancient Order of Hibernians, at
their hall. fc
Master Richard Long gave several
violin selections, and Frank Cunning
ham gave a reading. President A. L.
Lennon acted as master of ceremonies
and in, his introductory remarks re
viewed the -history of the order.
John Meagher dealt with the oppor
tunities which the young have in this
country John Collins gave an eloquent
address on the life of Eobert Emmet
Michael Mogan, first president of the
order in Minneapolis, gave an address
on "True Americanism Thomas Con
nolly, state secretary, explained tho
various benefits derived from fraternal
organizations. Irish reels were daned
by John J. Martin, J. C. O'Keefe,
Thomas Foley and Andrew Breen.
Bernard Tighe sang a song in Irish
which was loudly applauded,
In our basement salesroom
you will flnf on special coun
ters merchandise that As al
luringly priced, yet withal
abounding in quality*, Re
/\l Jyt silks in all
styles and colorings for
suits and waists Worth
59c. Special, a
VELVET RUGSIn the new
spring styles. Size 9x12. Worth
$25.00. Our d*'"%f\ n.n.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS
Very pretty patterns in tan grounds.
Worth $15.00. p/\
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS
New patterns. Good styles. 8-3x
10-6 size. Worth l/\ &f\
$13.50, each 4 lU.oU
BRUSSELS RUGSIn Oriental
patterns. 9x12 ft. if\ p/\
Worth $15, each 4 1U. JU
DIES Al% WORK
St. Paul Watchman Found Dead on
Stephen Fleck, 124 West Fjimore
street, St. Paul, was found dead on
Harriet island yesterday near the bird
fu? b^g^the l^tera^ker
T^V/ de cygnes
and chiffon poplins in a
large assortment of spring
shades. 69c grade, special,
a yard 49c.
SPRIN FOULARDSOur assortment of foulards is very complete
and embrace* aU the new colorings and patterns. Neat jewel dots, Broche
patterns, etc Paoric is 24-inch vidth. Two grades. -i
at 98c and /5C
VICE REINB PONGEEThis all silk material is gaining in popularity.
Has rough finish, is spot proof and very, serviceable for suits, waists and
coats. 23 inches wide. The price _._,
special a yard 75C
FRENCH ARABIAN CURTAINS.
Mounted on extra heavy net.
$5 quality at $2.95
$6 quality at $3.50
$6.50 quality at $3.95
$7.50 to $9 quality at $4.95
$10 to $12 quality at $6.95
SWISS BRUSSELS LACE.
Good range of styles.
$5 and $5.5fr quality at $3.95
$6.50 and $7.50 quality at $4.95
FRENCH NOVELTIESIn the white
and Arabian^ colored Marie Antoinettes,
Renaissance and, confbinations. They are
mounted on good net and are particularly
appropriate for the bedroom or sitting
room. Values from 4* r% r\r*
$4 to $6, at. C|^ 5
Carpets and Rugs
We offer some particularly desirable specials in rugs and
carpeting and at the prices marked they are distinctly economi-
cal. Whatever your wants in the line of floor coverings, your
critical inspection of our splendid stocks is invited.
Cure for Constipation, Biliousness, Torpid
inimitableremedy. Bring reliefinthe
natural way. Inexpensivesandeffectiveeasy, Tr
a bottleeach one contains many doses.
UNION INGRAINOne-half wool.
Easily worth 40c. Our
price, a yard .Z5C
FIBER CARPETJust the ma
terial for a bedroom. Prices halved.
The 50c grades at, a yard 25c. The
60c grades at, a *+g\
INLAID LINOLEUMBest qual
ity, in lengths from 4 to 15 square
yards. Worth $1.50, at &1 f\f\
a square yard 41.UU
FLOOR OIL CLOTHTwo pleas
ing patterns, V/2 yds. wiae. -g g*
Worth 25c, at a square yd IyC
Japanese Stands, SI.98
Something novel, yet useful, in the line of
furniture is always desirable, especially if its
cost be but a trifle. There are many persons
~Who have no idea of the magnitude of the fine
stock of beautiful furniture we carry.
Stands are of Japanese wood, finished in an
extremely rich changeable brown-black tinge
and embellished with fancy assorted patterns
in gold, representing flowers, birds, etc. Of
course, we do not expect
profit to figure in the selling
of this article at the extreme
ly low price, each
house. Death is thought to have been
caused by heart trouble.
Fleck was employed as night watch
man on the island and he was found at
the foot of the stairs of the building.
He was probably stricken while gom.T
down the stairs. He had lived in Sf.
Paul forty years and is survived by .1
wife and three children.
CON ST I PAT ION
Where your dot tar does itsdttfy.
DRY GOODS CO.
MnOTEAPOLIS S01-50S-506-607-I09-B11 H7O0XXBV AVSNOZ.
BL*7KBTER PARIS: i GHSatXISZ'
KB RTTE DE I/EOHIQUrER. *n THEATOOTB
A Rousing Sale of Silks
Fancy Silks. Louisines. Taffetas. ,Wash Silks^
Crepe de Chines. Chiffon Poplin.
They represent actual 59c t* $1.25 qualities, and for your shopping convenience they have been placed
,T?i P"^^* *o the well-dressed, fashionably attired woman, and this year the most de-
I *jy\* de chines,
hair line fancies, plain and
changeable taffetas. All
new spring styles. Regular
75c goods at special, a yard
Our showing of the new weaves embraces every usable, wantable kind.
quality, at 4I.V
CLUNY CURTAINS Mounted on
heavy French net, with real cluny lace
edge and insertion. d?^ A
Worth $3.50, at *P^)U
nrds etc O
Peau de Cygne.
Lace Curtains Economically Priced
Wty a** a^
IMPORTED IRISH POINTS.
They are splendid values.
$4.50 grades at...: $2.95
$6 grades at $3.95
$7.50 grades at $4.95
IRISH POINT DOOR PANELS.
39c grades at, each 19
69c grades at, each 29c
PLAIN BATTENBERG' CURTAINS
About 50 pairs in white and Arabian,
made with an especially strong edge and
insertion. Good $3 &t (\Q
VVC silks, glace
effects. Louisines and taf
fetas, plaids, pongee in
the natural and assorted
colors. 85c fabrics. Special,
a yard 69c
SAPRO SILKWe handle this silk exclusively in Minneapolis ItTis
the coming season's leader. The name printed on selvage ,of every yard.
Ask to see this fabric. Sold the world over at d
$1.25. Special, a yard /r. 4)1. O
ROUGH RAJAHSA fabric that will be worn more tans season than
ever before. Is of strong texture and made for service. We carry it in
all the spring-summer colorings, including natural, cream, 4 m^\
white and black. 30-inch width. Special, a yard *11.5.Z
We invite your early inspection.
represent the newest, up-to-date styles and kinds, gleaned from recent ciS-
Laces and Embroideries
Never before have we been better
prepared to cater to the every want*
of patrons of this department. Our,
complete new stocks embrace every
worthy kind, pattern and width of
both foreign and domestic manufac
ture. Many exquisite designs are
exclusive with us, having been im
ALLOVER EMBROIDERIESA new
and very choice assortment just in. 22-
inch width, openwork designs. ci\
Very desirable for waists. Yard.. .5UC
LAQESPLAIN NETS In white, cream,
ecru, light blue and pink. 72 inches wide.
Desirable in the making of dresses and
waists. A yard, 75
65c and 0\)C
Ask to see our line o/ lace and embroidered robes.
Our prices are the very lowest hereabouts.
New Spring Waists
Our elaborate showing of these beautiful creations will com-
mand your admiration. A splendid assortment embraenur all
the popular materials and modes.
FRENCH BATISTE WAIST-Has a solid lace round yoke,
fancy trimmed front. Elaborate short sleeves. fr r\r\
A very strong value at %p5eUU
FRENCH HANDuEMBROnXERED LINGERIE WAIST
trimmed with Baby Irish andr-Italian VaL lace. d? ^v
Elaborate short sleeves. A beauty. $10 values at.. 4 5
OREPE OHIFFON WAIST-A particularly pretty model
just in. Has short sleeves. Comes in various colors, includiiur
AlicecPink, Greys and White. i-7v
A $15 garment at $ 5
EMBROIDERED SILK CHIFFON WAIST-Made
Gretchen yoke and artistically trimmed
with Val. lace.
better idea of the ad
vance new styles and fabrics
3. can be obtained than by a
careful inspection of onr at
tractive window displays. New*
spring goods arriving daily..
5 Appearaie, finish, strength
-and it will be one of
in five special lots.
They are beautiful.
no artistically trimmed & 4 4 r\
A $15 value at .^J I .5U
changeables. Black taffeta,
peau de cygnes, 27 and 36-,
inch. $1.25 grades at, spe
cial, a yard 89c.
selections now, when stocks are fully compIete,San-
RUFFLED SWISSES-100 pairs 2%
yards long, with three tucks. ^y
Worth 69c, at, a pair o"C
LACE DOOR PANELSEight styles in
Arabian color, Renaissance and empire
designs mounted on good An'
nets, $1.25 vajues, at O
An exceptionally large variety of styles
in ctuny curtains, both the white and
Arabian colored. They are mounted on
absolutely reliable net and are ofsuoh
sterling quality that they can be hung
straight without the annoying puckering.
The price range is most flexible, varying
from $1.98 to $17.50. 1
DR. RA.DWAx ft CO. New York. *t?
you will Please send me one dates Radway'*
Ready Belief and one dosen Radway'a PUla.
Xour Ready Relief is considered hereabouts to
be worth its weight in gold. That is why I am
Induced to nsndie it 1 have handled On
for some time, but I consider the R. R. far
superior to this, as it -fives better satisfaction.
3 ALEXANDER, Horban, I. T.
"dneys pains around
Radway's Readwye core the worst
tn 1n*e To
^Rh^S^-Sf fia Lumbago, pains and weak-
the HTW. pleurisy. sweUIns of the teintsT and
pain* of alt kin: the a. 3 ot
ttedwa^sMeeas *Uff will afford immediate 4
en* cure Sold bv flnip^lrtu
BE SUBS TO GET RADWAY'S.