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FEARS FO HILL'S
Evening Mail Cites Difficulties
Attending Navigation in
Special to The Journal.
New York, July 26.The Evening
Mail says: ''Jim Hill may so too far
toward the north pole withTiis (Janal
dian operations. Hudson hay is open to
navigation, as a matter of assurance,
only about two months of the year.
Hill's freight-carrying steamships, ply
ing from Port Nelson thru Hudson
strait and past the tip of Greenland to
Liverpool, would have to do an enor
mous business two months in order
to make his hyperborean railroad pay.
But Hill's business is his own, he asks
no government to guarantee the suc
cess ot it or back him up it. He
is making a new empire in the far
"If he can bluff Boreas out of his
absolute rule up there he will be en
titled to all he can make out of the
GRAZ DUKHOBOR S
EAT ONL PEANUTS
Sixteen Who Are Really Insane
Are Incarcerated by Vere
gin, Their Leader.
Special to The Journal.
Eegina, Sask., July 26.Sixteen
crazed Diikhobors from Yorkton are in
Begina on a warrant issued at the in
stance of Peter Veregin, the head of
their oolony. As the accammodations
at jail are limited, four have been in
carcerated at the barracks, while five
are to be sent to Prince Albert as soon
as authority is obtained.
The seven in the Begina jail have
been here before, for they have been
making trouble in Yorkton right along.
By rights they should be in the asy
lum, as they are crazy, but the provin
cial government objects to paying a
dollar a day apiece for their indefinite
retention, finding it cheaper to shut
them behind the bars with regular con
viots. They demand peanuts to eat,
but will be made to partake of other
food or starve.
HAIL CUTS CROPS
IN CANADIAN WEST
Heavy Damage at Widely Sep-
arated Points in the Big
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man., July 26.In the last
foity eight hours western Canada has
been visited by severe hailstorms and
the crop has been seriously damaged
in many places Losses by hail are re
ported from the Spring Lake district,
also five miles southwest of Broadview,
Sask The storm passed eastward with
diminishing force. Some who have lost
practically their entire crop are with
out insurance Others have the benefi.t
of government insurance worth up to
'r di acie for a total loss.
John a laborer at Holmfield,
M-xn was struck lightning while
SA1^t At Lartwright, Man much damage was
done the crops by hail, and the same
conditions are reported from Gretna,
in southern Manitoba. Damage is also
reported from McGregor, where the
storm was particularliyr severe, the hail
belt being threeer miles wide, in which
From Eegina, Sask., comes the report
of serious damage by hail at Sintaluta.
Indian Head, Francis, Grand Coulee and
Wolseley. At Snowflake, Man., the hail
was accompanied by a gale, and the
crop is badly damaged. Lightning
struck the Cooper house, and Mrs
Cooper was paralyzed on the right side.
At Pluma Man, a Presbyterian church
MONTOUR, SMALL IOWA
TOWN, HAS $10,000 FIRE
ner e, one-third
Marshalltown,e Iowa, July 26.By
of a gasolene stove In the
restaurantm James Steward at Mon
of the business section of the place
was destroyed by fire yesterday after
Boon. Steward was the heaviest loser,
his# store, which he also occupied as a
residence, being burned, together with
tne stock and household goods. His
total loss is estimated at $3,500.
Five other buildings, two of them va
cant aid one occupied as a millinery
Btore by Miss Clara Talifaro, were de
stroyed. Miss Talifaro loses all her
?pods. Help was asked from Tama and
o^do and both sent fire teams. The
First National bank building was on
fire, but only the roof was destroyed.
The total loss is about $10,000. 'The
insurance is small.
FATHER AND CHILD"
PERISH IN BARN FIRE
Barron, Wis., July 26.John Wall,
who lived one mile north of Dallas,
Wis. was burned to death in his barn,
which had been struck by lightning,
today. His wife sent their little daugh
ter out to tell him the barn was on
fire and the girl also perished in the
GOOD TEJffPLAKS MEET.
July 26The national gr
of the International Order of Good Temrtlars as
enabled here today for Its annual conventtoa
**Mtn delegates present from all sections o* the
Jjf FIRE DESTROYS BREWERY.
Pittsburg Julv 2CI-Fire last night tetany
destroyed the Washington Brewing company's
%iant at Flnlayville, Pa, entailing a loss of
Ant with sating
MR8. RUSSELL SAGE.
Journal Speoial Service.
New York, July 26.Every dollar of
Russell Sage's great fortune is left to
Mrs. Sage by a will made in 19Q1, ex
cept an insignificent bequest hiade to
Mrs. Fannie Chapm, of Oneida, N. Y.,
an only sister, who died two years ago.
The will undoubtedly will be con.
tested by the Troy relatives of Mr.
Sage, who will charge that the 1901
will was made after a mental break
down on the part of Mr. Sage, and that
Mrs. Sage exerted undue influence over
him in the distribution of his wealth.
Not $1 of the fortune is left to char
The fortune of Mr. Sage, which was
popularly believed to be $100,000,000,
amounts to only about $60,000,000.
SEEK O SELLBODIES
Young Indiana Sweethearts, Tired
of Life, Decided to Die
Journal Special Service
Kokomo, Ind., July 26.Three Koko
mo physicians have notified the author
ities that they had been approached
by Warren Greenstreet and Maggie
Downhour, sweethearts^ with a propo
sition to sell their bodies, spying theyr
had decided to commit suic^e. They
had grown di^JQuraged be^u^thedFac
ture seemed to offer them nothing tet
To the doctors they said they had
talked their prospectse over very calml,y
and hatd decided that for them life was
nott while Both being indiffer
ba N burned
what becam of their bodies
decided to try to sell them in ad
vance, spend the money and then end
It is asserted icians that
method of self-destruction. They in
tended to use chloroform. The physi
cians tried to dissuade them from the
avowed purpose, but could get no prom
ises, and the police are watching the
couple. AIM* SLAYEffOr
Frank J. Constantine, Suspected
of Brutal Chicago Crime,
Held in New York.
Chicago, July 26.Frank J. Con
Btantine, alleged murderer of Mrs.
Louise A. Gentry, is under arrest in
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Constantine is said to have been rec
ognized by a woman who at one time
lived in the apartment building inf
which the murder was committed on
Jan# 6 last. She reported to the au
thorities at Poughkeepsie that the man
was Constantine, and he was at once
Sheriff Hoffman of Duchess county,
New York, telegraphed the local po
lice that he is holding Constantine, say
ing that the prisoner did not deny his
name, but claimed he is a brother of
Frank J. Constantine. Letters, cards
and papers found on the man all bore
the name of Constantine.
One of Foul Crimes.
The murder of Mrs. Gentry was one
of the series of crimes against women
which was committed early in the
year which aroused public indignation.
No motive for the crime has ever been
discovered, as Constantine and Mrs.
Gentry were alone in the apartment, at
the time. No trace of Constantine was
ever found after he left the building,
except from a storekeeper of whom he
bought a hat thirty minutes after the
The first intimation given of the
crime was by Mrs. Gentry herself, who
fell down a stairway to the door of a
physician on the floor below. Opening
the door, the physician found Mrs. Gen
try lying against it with her throat
cut from ear to ear. She had evidently
intended to go out, as she was dressed
for the street. Her death occurred
within a few minutes and without her
being able to utter a word.
Bazor Bore "O" Marl*.
Constantine was a boarde in-jthe* Gen*
a razor marked
*C" was found on the floor just but
side the doorway. It has always been
the theory of the police that Constan
tine approached her from behind and
cut her throat before she was aware
of his intentions. He was seen by a
number of people to run from the build
ing, but with the exception of the pro
Erietor of the hat store, nobody is
nown to have seen Mm since he left
A. W. Gentry, the husband of Mrs.
Gentry, who is a prosperous business
man, Offered large rewards for the ar
rest of Qapgtantine, and many men
were arretted in various parts of the
country, but all were later released.
H. C. BROKKMEYER DEAD
St. Louis, July 26.H. Brokkmeyer,
former lieutenant governor of Missouri,
died at St. Luke's hospital today. He
underwent an operation Saturday and did
Mr. Brokkmeyer was a nephew of the
"Iron Chancellor," Prince Otto Eduard
Leopold von Bismarck, on his mother's
side. He was born Aug*. 12, 1826, near
Minden, Prussia. He came to this coun
try at the age of 18, his first occupation
being that of a bootblack in New York
city. His education was received In the
college at Georgetown, Ky., and Brown
university, Providence, R. I. In 1875 he
was democratic lieutenant governor.
From 1876 to 18,77. during the Illness of
Governor John S. Fox, he was acting
governor- in the latter capacity he at
tracted censideritbfo attention by pardon
ing Dick Little, a convicted member of
the Jesse James robber band. He was
an ardent debater with Carl Schurz dur
ing the "crisis of '73," and was an elec
tor at large on the Cleveland ticket of
JOHNSON IN GOUKt
FO TROLLE WOE
Cleveland's Mayor Charged with
Contempt for Tearing Up
Cleveland, July 26.Mayor Tom
Johnson, charged^ with contempt of
court in disregarding an injunction re
street railway tracks, appeared in court
straining him from up certain
today. Judge Ford postponed the whole
matter till July 31.
Mayor Johnson, in a formal state
ment, defends his own action and that
of his subordinates in tearing away the
tracks of the Cleveland Electric rail
way, He says in part:
"On June 11 the city council, by
resolution, ordered the railway company
to move its single track on Fulton
street and directed the
service to move the tracksv
company complied within thirty days.
That was six weeks ago and the order
has been utterly ignored by the com
pany. The railway has been violating
the law all this time, and has shown
no inclination to obey the city's order,
which was a perfectly reasonable and
CUPID KNOCK S OU
Several Matches Likely to Result
from Unique Convention
at Forest City.
Forest City, Iowa, July 26.Dan
Gupid stole into the convention hall of
the bachelors and old maids of Iowa
held here yesterday and in a large meas
ure disrupted their plans. They proposed
to adopt a platfoim denouncing large
families, advocated by President Boose
velt, as race suicide, instead of too
small families. They urged that fewer
births and better rearing of children
would benefit the country.
When they came to discussing gov
ernment and the selection of a state
ticket they were forced to admit that
good government is founded on the
home and that discouragement of matri
monial ties would be a menace to so
ciety. They accordingly decided not
to place a bachelor at the head of the
4*eket for governor, and after a heated
discussion passed resolutions indorsing
Sovernor A. B. Cummins.
Clinton Merrick, a unique character
~of northern Iowa, who has edited a so
ciological magazine more forcefully
than eloquently and who called the odd
meeting, presided as temporary chair
man. He was very sarcastic in his re
marks concerning the president and his
big family policy and succeeded in pre
venting any indorsement of Roosevelt.
There was a surprisingly large at
tendance, but many of the women had
the appearance of being far below the
years of spinsterhood and this probably
Drought about the result.
It is rumored the bachelors' conven
tion brought together several elderly
people of the state who have sworn off
old theories and will enter the matri
SNUB O LIFETIME
Negotiations for Confederation
Are Given a Severe Setback
at St. Johns, N. F.
Special to The Journal.
St. John's, N. F., July 26.Earl
Grey's visit to the colony, coupled with
the reported confederation negotiations
between him and Governor McGregor,
caused intense excitement here.
After repeated attempts, backed by all
the inside influence of the governor and
Sir Morris, the committee has been un
able to get a public recognition of the
Canadian viceroy. There is absolute
apathy concerning a ball or reception.
The premier, Robert Bond, has been
compelled to issue a statement that he
has nothing to do with Earl Grey's vis
it. There is strong anti-confederation
feeling here now.
THRlE MINNESOTA MEN
Redwood Falls, Minn., July 28.
Nicholas Walter, a furniture dealer of
Morgan, Minn., and Alfred Bahm, a
farmer in Three Lakes township, were
killed by a bolt of lightning at the
Agency hill, eight miles east of Bed
wood Falls, about 6:30 o'clock last
They were seen driving to the Min
nesota river on a fishing tour early in
the morning and undoubtedly were re
turning home when the bolt struck
them, killing them instantly. One of
the horses was also killed.
Austin, Minn., July 26.---Kobert Raul
ston, a young man living six miles
south of here, was struck by lightning
yesterday afternoon and instantly
killed. He was shocking barley.
The residences of John Moreland and
James Snyder were struck by light
ning. Fire broke out in Snyder's house
and damaged it to the extent of $500.
Menomonie, Wis., July 26.A barn
belonging to the Dunn county insane
asylum was struck by lightning and
two buildings urned. The loss is $10,-
000, covered by insurance. The storm
did much damage to crops in this vi
PARDONED BY PALMA
Havana, July 26.President Palma
has pardoned Miss Millie Brown, L. C.
Giltner and William Augustine, Amer
icans residing in the Isle of Pines, and
a message was immediately sent by
wire ordering their release.
The pardon is the outcome of efforts
of Charge d'Affaires Sleeper, who ob
tained the promise of Secretary of Jus
tice O'Barrill to recommend clemency
if the trio would promise not again to
violate the American military order
prohibiting private telegraph wires.
FOUND DEAD IN BARN i
Man Arrested for Deed Which He
Charges to Horse.
Special to The Journal,
Milwaukee, Wis., July 26,?Fred
Hookstad of Mukwonago was found
dead in a barn with his skull crushed,
and Otto Preufert, his son-in-law, with
whom he was living, was arrested to
day. They had quarreled.
Preufert says a horse kicked Hook
stad to death,
XJoritinned From First Page.
newspapers are compelled to give hos
tages as guaranteess agahist attempts at
In0 thfe meantime the government, in
ff received from
Bhipoff and others, it appears, has not
abandoned the idea ot inducing men
of standing in the country outside of
bureaucratic circles to enter a reorgan
ized or enlarged cabinet or of creating
an advisory council. The emperor in
this connection has renewed the pres
sure brought to bear on M. Guchkoff,
the prominent moderate member of the
Sop for Poland.
There ar also indications that the
government, following the complete
surrender to the demands of Finland,
^"1 seek to propitiate Poland and the
Baltic provinces by concessions for the
purpose of divorcing them from the rev
olutionary movement in Bussia proper.
The assembly of nobles and representa
tives of the towns and peasantry are
now meeting at Riga, and it is believed
that overtures have been made by some
of the Polish leaders for a similar con
ference at Warsaw to discuss the pres
ent needs of Poles. However, in the
Baltic provinces, at least, the govern
ment is relying for pacification upon
the German aristocracy, who are more
detested by the native Letts and Es
thonians than the Bussians themselves.
Head of Douma Committee Meets His
Moscow, July 26.Prince Paul Dol
gourokoff, president of the executive
committee of the late lower house of
parliament, arrived here last night to
consult with his party associates rela
tive to the tactics to be pursued by the
committee and to secure further signa
tures to the address to the people,
which has now been signed by 218 dep
The decision of the Moscow consti
tutional democrats to summon a nation
al congress was met last night by the
governor general's announcement that
the meeting would not be allowed and
that deputies to the late parliament
would not be permitted to participate
in meetings nor to present to their con
stituents accounts of their activities in
ANARCHY I N TEFLIS
Bandits Openly Bob the People With
Tiflis, July 26.Jn consequence of
revolutionary terrorism, the administra
tion of the viceroyalty of the Cau
casus has been completely paralyzed
and officials are resigning in large num
Bandits roam about at will, even in
the daytime, in Tiflis and its suburbs,
exacting tribute. One band has made a
systematic collection of $2.50 from
In the government of Tiflis the
country paths are in complete ruin,
owing to the suspension of industry and
News has been received here of an
outbreak of troubles between Armenians
and Tartars in Erivan and Shusha. In
Erivan order was restored after a
large number of tartars and Armenians
had been kilejjUor wounded. In Shu
sha the infantry Wre .unable to sub
due the 'Tartars* #hoToIled Armenians
in the vicinity of the ^governor'a resi
dence andjftred on^th'e. governor's quar
ters. The artillery is now in action.
IJwo soldiers were Killed.
REFUGE FOR CZAR,
Place Near Copenhagen Is Purchased
by Dowager Empress.
Journal Special Service.
Copenhagen, July 26.Sensational re
ports have been current some time that
the Villa Hvidor, near here, has been
prepared as a refuge for the czar. It
is added that the villa is honeycombed
with secret passages and outlets.
An investigation of the rumors proves
that the Villa Hvidor was recently" pur
chased jointly by the queen of Eng
land and the dowager empress of Bus
Bia for $142,500. It is close to the
sound and the property is divided by a
road, which runs thru the estate,
obviate crossing the road, the royal
sisters have decided to build a tunnel
connecting both sides of the park. The
tunnel will be completed by the end of
Warsaw, July 26.A plan to kill
Governor General Kritnitsky was frus
trated yesterday. The would-be assas
sin, who was heavily armed, resorted to
bribery and then to force in order to
remove the guard from the route by
which the governor general was to pass,
but failed. He was arrested.
Entire Village Burned.
Saratovt July 26.The village of
Etkai, which was fired during agrarian
disorders, has been completely con
O DEFEAT WHITE
Continued From First Page.
George L. Carnegie,
wife participated, place
at the Tombs prispn today, while the
three women were paying a visit to
Harry K. Thaw.
Thaw's wife had been with him half
an hour when his mother and sister
arrived. The young wife and the pris
oner's mother kissed each other several
times. On leaving the Tombs the three
women drove to the office of Clifford
W. Hartridge, who has charge of
Thaw's defense. Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit
Thaw said: Everything is all right
now." HIS $150,000 GIVEN
TO THE WRONG MAN
St. Louis. Juy 26.The mistake of
Alonzo Kimberlin, a bellboy at the Tor
mina hotel at Union station, in giving
a suitcase containing $150,000 in cash
and negotiable securities to the wrong
man caused William Bender, Jr., of
Mankato, Minn., eighteen hours of anx
iety which ended last night when the
suitcase was returned intact.
Kimberlin, who was entrusted with
the grip while Bender bought his ticket,
was hailed by a man who, he says, was
dressed like Bender, saying, "Come on,
Kimberlin followed the man to a Chi
cago-bound train, which immediately
departed, and on his return to the sta
tion met Bender and explanations fol
The suitcase was intercepted by tele
graph at Litchfield, HI.
Bender departed last night for An
derson, Lad., and ne again selected Kim
berlin "to carry the snitcase to the train.
BANK CASHIER A SUICIDE.
Carlton, Kan., Jul/ 2d.Despondent over 111
health, James Major, cashier of the Carlton
CHILDREN'S HOSE Fine Bib
Egyptian Cotton worth 4 C-^
25c, Friday Bargain 1 O
COTTON BLANKETSLarge size,
extra heavy weight regu- tffrQ
lar $1.25 quality, special... I O
TOILET SOAP1,000 boxes milled
Toilet Soaps, three large cakes in
box, White Glycerine, White
Honey, White Cold Cream and Oat
meal actual value 25b #0*%
box, big special, box 2CO
COFFEE POTS75 Gray Granite
Coffee Pots, double coated, 4-quart
size worth 50c, speoial, OC-k
each (Basement) O90
KID BELTS10 gross White and
Black Kid Fritzi Scheff Belts, two
gilt prongs, reinforced eyelets
worth to 50c, special, OKA
BEDSPREADSFull size Crochet
Quilts regular 98c value, 7 5
Friday Bargain... O O
TURKISH BATH TOWELSGood
value at 18e. Friday 4 0 1
TEA AND G0FFEE DEPT.
50 S. & H. Stamps free K^l^
with 1 lb Tea QUO
50 S. & H. Stamps free A
with 2 lbs Coffee QUO
Special for thia day,
our 15c Talue
8 pairs for 2BO.
In Madras and Per
cale usually sell for
IS FOUND IN DENYEB
St. Louis, July 26.Information was
received last night that Charles H. Ev
eily, teller of the St. Louis Union Trust
company, who has been missing for a
week ana charged with having default
ed with $5,000, was seen at the Brown
Palace hotel in Denver, and instructions
were telegraphed to the Denver police
to arrest mm on sight.
Everly 's family is prostrated over his
departure. He was a leading church
member and considered an exemplary
HEAR THE CANDIDATES FILE
Four After the Senatorship at Fari-
baultList of "Among Others."
Speoial to The Journal.
Faribault, Minn., July 26.The can
didates for the primary election are
becoming numerous. Some of those who
have filed are: Charles S. Batcheldor,
senator A. B. Kelley, senator E. E.
Petteys, register of deeds S. I. Pet
titt, county treasurer B. B. Hutchin
son, register of deeds F. S. Glotzbach,
senator E. F. Bassett, senator E. H.
Gipson, county attorney George W.
Thompson, representative A. B. Chil
dress, countv attorney E. H. Wilkow
The bid of the Chase State bank of
$4,500 for the bonds of the Faribault
school district was accepted at the meet
ing of the board. Sites for the new
buildings have been purchased and the
work is being pushed to completion.
One building will be called Washington
and the other Lincoln.
Peter Christianson, accused of pass
ing a bogus check upon Fred Schultz,
a saloonkeeper, was bound over to the
November term of court. The check
was drawn on W. Casper of Owatonna.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich entertained
seventy guests at their home in honor
of their fifteenth wedding anniversary.
A large number of gifts were presented.
ATTEMPT TO KILL
May Cook, Keeper of Notorious Island
B-esort, Has Hearing.
Ellsworth, Wis., July 26.May Cook,
the keeper of a notorious resort on
"the island" lust across the Mississip-
Bed Wing, is having a hearing
before Judge Canfield on the
charge of attempted murder. Fred
Chapman, the complaining witness, is
said to have threatened to burn her
building and kill her before she seized
a shotgun and emptied it at him, and
has been placed under bonds to keep the
Chief Daily of Bed Wing says, the
woman has been drunk for a week, and
that conditions on "the island'' are
horrible. Ellsworth at 3:30 was almost a cloud
state that yesterday's hailstorms did
an immense amount of damage to grow
ing grain. The storm which passed over
Ellsworth at 3:30 was almost a cloud
burst, A terrific wind accompanied the
hail' ajhd standing grain was badly
S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS FREE
with pirchtii cheeks $1.00 or mtre Friday, lily 27, whm yon
bring this coupon, (tool ii all 4parteiti except Ten 4 Coffee.
72-INCH DOUBLE DAMASKFull
bleached, all pure linen, and good
value at $1.00. Friday A
54-INCH HALF BLEACHED
TABLE DAMASK regular 35o
value. Friday Bar- g%
FRENCH LAWNA fine imported
sheer white fabric, 40 inches wide
and regular 29c value. 4 0fc
Friday Bargain O
BLACK LAWNS, Ginghams, Voiles
and Batistes worth to 10c
yard. Bargain Friday O O
EMBROIDERED CREPONS, Dress
Ginghams, Printed Batistes and
Foulards all this seasons wash
goods, that sold at 12%o to "|t A
20c yard. Bargain Friday... i 2
39c WOOL SHARKSKINS, Cash
meres, Mohairs and Poplins, all
double widths, in cream, colors
anbl black. Friday ffe,
SILKSAll our fine $1.00 Satin
Foulards, warranted all pure silk
and spot proof, go as A
Friday Bargains at O PO
$2.50 WHITE COTTON WM^OJNQ
SKIRTS FOR $1.25Made up in
the plaited panel style, trimmed
with bands of embroidery inser
tion. Friday Bar- (fe 4 g%W~
gain 3l 2D
$L This Week at the
Samples of EYE-FIX
The Great Eye Remedy.
Don't Fail to Get One.
Take advantage of the follow
ing prices for tomorrowt
Ladies' Russia Calf Tan Oxfords,
sizes broken,, value to Qft*%
S3 00, per pair UOC
Boys' White Tennis Shoes, rubber
soles, value 79c, per ^Qr
Children's Tan. Shoes and One
strap Slippers, value to *lQ/
85c, per pair OS7C
Men's Tan Shoes and Oxfords,
mostly all sizes, value to QO.
$250, per pair **OC
18 of benefit as a deodoriser, antiseptic
cleansing agent and preservative. Ask
GENUINE CASE OF
LEPROSY AT BEMIDJI
BemidjL Minn., July 26.Arndt
Beton, a Norwegian. 45 years old, who
has made his home in this city for five
years and- has been in the employ of
the Crookston Iiumber company np to
a year ago. has been pronounced a leper
by City Physician Morrison.
The victim has lost two or more of
his toes, and his whole feet and several
fingers show unmistakable signs of the
Dr. Morrison has placed the man un
der quarantine and has reported the
matter to the state board of health.
Beton's father and brother died of the
disease in the old country.
DROWN& WHILE AT PLAY
Almost a Double Tragedy In Brandy
Lake at Detroit.
Detroit, Minn.. July 26.--Myrtle
Vickers, 9-year-old daughter of George
Vickers, was drowned in Brandy lake
yesterday afternoon. An older sister
had a narrow escape. They were at
plav in an old boat which began to
drift, and the little girls jumped into
Just receiveda carload of beautiful
Packard Pianos Which are now on dis-
play at our warerooms. We also have
in stock about six Used Pianos that we
will sell at a very low price.
Northwestern Music House
318-320 Nicollet Avenue fiSJ*g?
Extra mod rain*
worth 16c Friday
$3.00 SHIRT WAIST SUITS AT
$1.25^In Ginghams, Percales and
Lawns, light and medium grounds,
all colors. Friday 4K 4 A E
Bargain I B2CO
$3.00 WHITE COATS FOR $1.98
In the Eton, box and three-quarter
length, made up in best quality of
shrunk cotton. Fri- A
day Bargain I ivO
19c FOR 35c DRESSING SACQUES
Kimono styles, in fine Lawns,
stripe, polka dot and figured effects,
trimmed with plain bands, ^j CM A
Friday Bargain Ivu
$3.00 WHITE KIMONOS FOR 980
In sheer white Lawns, kimono and
wrapper style, trimmed with em
broidery and lace, slightly soiled
from counter display Oi^fc
values to $3.00, Friday.... I O O
$1.50 WHITE UNDERSKIRTS, 98c
In nainsook, with* deep ruffle
flounce, trimmed with cluster tuck
ing, insertion, lace and embroid
ery edging. Friday
Syracuse, N. Y.
Ttokeis on sale d*fl*
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to numerous Canada,
New York andHaw Eo
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cror new trains and new
Ladies' White Canvag Oxforda,
low and military heels, JB A_.
1,000 pairs of Ladies' White
vas Oxfords, all sizes,
2% to 8
Whim TsJme, wrth Be.
Extra else, worth15c*
Otty TMnt OMM
Raflned, Elegant, Otdet Located cor
ner of city's two finest boulevards,
convenient to entire business center.
Close to best theatres and shopping*
district 225 rooms, 150 private baths
luxurious writing* and reception roVms
woodwork mahogranjr throughout bas
beds and all modern comforts telephone
in every room beautiful dining rooms
Che best of everything*at moderate prices.
Michigan and Jackson Btvds~, Odessa
When you toant a mus
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one who knowsthat*
nAflfl 41-43 So. 6th8t
I USJIJ Successor to Met. Mn
sic Co.small inst. dept.