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C. A. TULLER,
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out Malta-Vita. It gives
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every nutritive element of
the best white wheat and finest
barley malt extract. Maltose is
often prescribed by doctors to build
up the health and strength of people
with weak stomachs and poor blood.
In Malta-Vita the malt extract, mixed
with the flaked wheat, converts the starch
of the wheat into maltose and makes it
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gest and adds a pleasing taste and a hig^h
nutritive value which cannot be found in
other breakfast foods that contain sweet
ening agents such as glucose. Try Malta
Vita with mi lk or cream or fresh fruit
All Grocers, Now 10c
The Letter From Papa
from the New York News
A play In
Son, aged 5
SonWhere is papaf I want him.
MotherPapa is gone. Gone away
on a shipthe ship of fateand gone
very far away. I wish the ship would
come back and take UB, and then we'd
see papa soon.
S.And won't we see papa until the
ship comes back for us?
M.No. Not till the ship comes for
S.Papa would hurry back if he
knew you were crying, wouldn't he?
M.Yes, dear he'd hurryif he
knew I was crying, and that you
wanted him so very much, and that you
needed him so badly, I'm sure he'd
hurry. If he could see the empty
grate, the bare table and the empty,
purse and if he could see your pinchjsd
face and your thin little legsyesyes
dearie I know he'd hurry then, he'd
(rising)Good God! he'd burst the
grave asunder and heaven itself to
reach usto tell us that he never
thought, never dreamed that we should
come to this. W are cold and hun
gry, and I have no money and no
friends. (Flings herself into chair,
arms and head on table, and sobs hys
terically.) (Enter letter carrier.)
Letter CarrierLetter for Mr. Ralph
M.(Taking letter)Thank you.
(Ex it letter carrier.)
M.(Opens letter and reads as fol-
lows:) "Mr. Ralph Remsen,
"Dear SirThe second annual pre
mium of $650 on your Policy No 95,656,
for $20,000 will be due Aug 1, 1905.
Please rpmit on Or before that date.
The dividend is $75per inclosed divi
dend statement, and may be used to ap
ply on premium or to increase policy by
paid up insurance of $175 at your op
tion. (Signed) The State Mutual
Life Assurance Company of Worcester,
M.Twenty thousand dollars! (Looks
at little boy.) Dearie!
S.Yes, mamma was" that letter
M.(Excitedly)Yes but wait
I darling, let mamma think. Twenty
'thousand dollars! I didn't knowhe
nt er told me but it must be true
the company would not send a notice if
it were not true$20,000! A comfort
able homedecent clothingrespecta
ble society for both of usand an
education for my little boy!
S.And what did papa say, mamma
wh at did he say?
M.Papa says for me to take the
very best care of his little boy until we
The rpason why the widow received
$20,000 was because her husband had a
policy THE STATE MUTUAL LIFE
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF WOR-
CESTER, MASS. and the reason
why he had the policy was be
cause he didn't put off taking it
for that more convenient season which
never comes. If you have not suffi
cient insurance, see an agent of the
State Mutual, and do it now! Widows
and children cannot live by means of
insiuance which was going to be taken
Bo.ne' other time. An agent of the
State Mutual will furnish full informa
tion! on request.
C. W. Va Tuyl, general agent, 408-14
Loan & Trust Building.
Augustus Warren, Geo. A. Ainsworth,
E. S. Thomson, Solon Royal, Fred W.
Woodward, Ezra Fransworth, Jr
Deibert L\ Rand.
"The lives of all your loving com
plices lean upon your health"and
health does not last. If you need in
surance, take it now I
Accounts received from individuals,
corporations and banks.
Savings Dept. Ladies' Dept.
'The Metropolitan Theater
Cowboy and the Lady,"
Wonderland Park Outdoor
amusements and the Duss band.
Lake Harriet Roof Garden
OberhofFer Orchestral band, with
of Journal Automobile Tours
Minneapolis and twin cities.
Wonderland Park Outdoor
amusements and the Duss band.
Nicollet ParkBaseball, St. Paul
State Fair GroundsNorthwest
ern Bible conference.
The Journal automobile tours, "See
"ng Minneapolis" two-hour ride
leave The Journal office at 9:30 a,m.,
1:30 p.m.. 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The Fidelity Fire Insurance Co. of
New York, with $1,000,000 capital and
0 surplus, ha placed its sole p^nin
with Chase &
child, who was playing alone on the
poich at the time of the accident, re
ceived serious internal injuries, his
spine was injured, and one leg broken.
Residents of the tenth ward have or
ganized the Crystal Lake Improvement
association for the purpose of booming
the Crystal and Silver lake localities.
The association will meet on the first
and third Monday evenings of each
month and the following officers have
been elected: W T. Coe, president R.
B. Robinson, vice president J. R. Ber
ger, secretary and treasurer.
ACTION WAS UNFAIR
John S. Fillmore, representative of
the Dean Ballot Machine company,
speaking of the action ot the council
rejecting all bids for voting machines,
thinks the bidders have not been quite
fairly treated by the council. The
council called for bids and put the man
ufacturers to considerable expense pre
paring machines adapted to the peculiar
requirements of Minneapolis in the pri
mary election and then, without inves
tigating the merits of the various ma
chines, decided to reject all bids and
drop the matter.
Mr. Fillmore says he is not asking for
any better treatment for himself than
he would ask for others and he thinks
that after they had been put to extra
expense for the preparation of a ma
chine adapted to Minneapolis conditions
the manufacturers were at least enti
tled to careful inspection of the ma
chine if not to an actual trial by the
purchase or lease of a few machines. I
is not necessary for the council to go
to the expense of equipping the city
fully with machines, but it might have
provided enough to gain valuable expe
gience and. make a practical test of the
devices offered. thinks the council
were under obligations to do this much,
IMPROVING ITS LINES
North American Telegraph Company
Because of the increase in its Min
neapolis-Chicago business, the North
American Telegraph company is plan
ning extensive improvements betweeu
the two cities. A new 300-pound coo
is to be constructed over the
line of the Chicago Great Western rail
road. Extensive improvements in some
of the old lines are planned also.
Wf rk is to be undertaken at once ani
rushed. Evi-iything in the improve
ments ia to be the newest and best pos
sible. General Manager A. Tuttle
returned from New York yesterday and
is busy with plans and preparations for
Regular $3.00 $5.50 96.20
OUT $2.41 $3.97 S4.88
Regular 10c GARDEN HOSE out to
$12.50 size cut to $8.98
All others at about one-third off.
Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints,
Athletic Goods, Kltchenware, Etc.
Henry J. Gjertsen t*
Harry A. Lund
1015 N. Y. Life BIdg., Minneapolis.
Best facilities for collection of inheritance
and handling of legal business in Europe.
Twenty one rears' experience in the eeneral
practice of law in Minnesota. Special atten
tion given to probate and real estate la**
Optician.409 Nicollet iZ&StfWSSUlLZk*
AWAITS THE CZAB
RUSSIAN PEOPLE WILL NO LONG-
ER TOLERATE OPPRESSION.
Bomb of "Reds." in Opinion of Ivan
Panin, I Not So Certain for Nicho-
las as His Sentence and Death as
Public EnemyRussian Republic to
Legal execution will be the fate of
Nicholas, czar of Bussia. if he escapes
the bombs of the nihilists, who are
seeking his life and does not bow to the
will of his people. This is the opinion i
of Ivan Panin, formerly a nihilist and i
now one of the speakers at the north- i
western Bible conference.
"Today Nicholas Romanoff is in
more danger of legal execution by the
order of the people whom he has be
trayed than he is of assassination by
the bombs of 'the reds,' said Mr.
His wil not be that
Schanfeld, in the Guaranty building. XVI, unless he turns from his present
Opening Saturday. July 28Ladies' course and gives to Russia the reforms
when shopping can obtain fresh pastry, which its people demand. So far, no
cakes, rolls and. bread, baked by public body has declared him a public
Olde Tyme Bakerie at the California enemy, but the time when he will be
Fruit Store, Sixth and First avenue S. condemned as a criminal and sentenced
Heinreich, 3-year-old son of H. Ger- to death as a traitor is not far distant,
ber, 386 Wabasha street St. Paul, was I is possible that the terrorists, who
probably fatally injured by a fall of yesterday announced that they sought
Cesar," but ofatCharlels I and Loui
is in more danger of the scaffold or the
block than he is of the bomb or the
People Have the Right.
"Constitutionally, the Russian people
have a right to depose, try and execute
a czar. In 1613 a douma, representing
all the people, placed the first Roman
off on the throne. This was Michael,
the grandfather of Peter the Great.
What the people of Russia have given,
that they have a right to resume. They
will resume it unless Nicholas deals
fairly with them.
"Thru his weakness and cowardice
Nicholas has stripped himself of all
hold on his people. A autocrat should
command respect. Nicholas was nick
named "Nickey runs" because of his
cowardly flight from an assassin in
Japan. Hi conduct, rendered all the
more contemptible by comparison with
that of George of Greece, who stood his
ground and attacked his assailants,
earned him the contempt of his people.
His heartless massacre of the trusting
people who sought their 'Little Fath
army remained loyal the Russian peo-
A general strike, rather than war,
is the most effective weapon in the
hands of the people, and th ey will use
it soon. With such a strike on, the
government must yeld. I will be help
less. The 'reds'* will continue to as
sassinate, but their work done, the
Russian people are aroused.
Republic I Coming.
"Out of all this chaos a Russian re-
ublic will be born. I probably "Will
a federated state, like the United
States, as Russia is toe big and made up
of too many peoples for complete uni
ty. Those who fear the excesses of an
archy, after the revolution do not know
Russia. For 600 years the Russian peo
ple have exercised complete local self
government. With this experience it
should not be hard for them to add a
east," to use his own words,he was,
conference at the state fair grounds.
MOTHER BRAYES FIRE
10 SAYE HER BABY
Mrs. J. Schammell, Mississippi and
Acker streets, St. Paul, thru motherlove
for her baby, proved herself a heroine
during a fire at her home.
The Schammells live over a saloon
of which Mr. Schammell is proprietor.
At 5 p.m. yesterday Mrs. Schammell
lighted the gasolene stove in the kitch
en of the flat. The gasolene flowed in
a stream, which she could not check and
the stove was soon a mass of flames.
Mrs. Schammell seized the stove and
started down tho stairway with it, the
only exit of the flat.
A the bottom of the stairs she was
obliged to drop the stove in the vesti
bule,_as her clothes were burning fierce
her injuries are not thought to be dan
gerous. The baby was unhurt.
The building was damaged to the
amount of $500 before the fire depart
ment extinguished the flames.
FOUR GOOD TALKS FOR
REAL ESTATE MEN
Four speakers have been secured
for luncheon talks at Tonka Bay Sat
urday, as a feature of the picnic of the
Minneapolis Real Estate board. Thom
as Cochran of St. Paul will speak on
"Co-operation of the Twin Cities."
Other speakers will be as follows: E.
W. Decker, "Co-operation of Banking
and Real Estate Interests." W &
Jones. "Our Contributing Territory,"
W. Nye, "Preparations for the
G. A. R.'
Cars will leave the station at 2 p.m.
Boats -will be taken at Deephaven for a
ride from 3 to 6 o'clock. Luncheon will
be served from 6 to 8 o'clock, and re
turn will then be made to the city by
the way of Excelsior and the Minneton
pie will not tolerate Nicholas and the Second streets was threatened, as the
tystem he stands for much longer. The flames were fanned by a strong breeze,
bureaucrats may incite massacres of
TI i -n i. th
strong central government to the good building,e anedr some of tho late-sleeping
local organizations already exist- ^ests wer.e aroused and tolTd tKo
Steel Building. S
San Francisco is to have a fifteen
story building, of which all the walls
are to be of steel- plates. Thousands
Ij of families serve- golden grain belt *beer
CONDUCTOR DUSS AND THE WONDERLAND LIMITED
Conductor J. S. Ihiss has insisted
that his band concerts would be held
in the dancing pavilion at "Wonderland
GAUDY FIRE ON
DRUG STOCK GIVES RICH COLOR
TO STREAMS OF WATER.
Flames in T. K. Gray Store on Bridge
Square Call Out Many Pieces of Fire-
Fighting Apparatus and Paints Give
Rainbow Hu es to the Water Poured
in and Out,
Rainbow waterfalls and little rivers
of many colors that rippled across
Bridge square seemed to workv a speD
over the thousands of persons who had
on 'Red Sunday' cut him off from I gathered about T. K. Gray's paint and
their love. drug building, 108 Hennepin avenue,
Shaken fron^ its last vestiges of i which was nearly destroyed by fire be-
loyalty by the dissolution of the dou
ma and the withdrawal of all civil lib
erties granted to them* the Russan peo on Hennepin avenue between First and
the Jews, may make arrests and send firemen from fighting the fire to the
men into exile, but the end is not far best advantage.
off. The army, except the Cossacks,
will desert the czar. Even tho the thrownd into the thirdfstoreywindowsbuild-
to avoid being sent either of these buildings and at no time
wa 2ife in danger,
thoroly imbued with the principles of Thae second floor of" the burned build-
nihilism when he left his country, ing occupied by Ir S. S. Wentworth.
Since then he has abandoned nihilism, had not been in his office when the
but has always kept in close touch with fire broke out, and consequently there
the revolutionary movement in Russia, was no one on hand to take his instru-
is a graduate of Harvard, class of ments and other equipment to the
'82. A present he is on the lecture street. The rear of the second floor
platform and is one of the principal and the entire third floor was stocked
speakers at the Northwestern Bible with paints, oils and drugs.
Braving the danger of an explosion,
the firemen dragged their lines into the
building and on the roof, and began to
flood the entire building. So quickly
was the work done and the flames ex
tinguished that not even a slight ex
plosion occurred. The hose lines once
placed, the men could stand back out of
reach of the overpowering fumes and
wait until the fire was out.
It is thought that spontaneous com
bustion caused the fire. The loss has
not been accurately estimated, but will
probably not be more than $6,000 on
the stock. The damage to the build
ing was slight.
The trail of the burning gasolene Professor Hummel, the new leader, the
had started flames in the kitchen and band has been thoroly overhauled and
the length of 'he stairway. Thinking many of the boys who were not good,
only or her babe alone on the floor earnest workers have been replaced by
above, Mrs. Schammell turned and ran players from the large waiting list,
up the steps and thru the flames in the Places in the band have always been at
kitchen. Seizing the child, she made I a premium, so much so that even an
her way to a window where a ladder opportunity to get on the waiting list
had been left by some painters. I has been eagerly sought. When he
view of a crowd on the street below, first came to Minneapolis Professor
she made her way down the ladder in Rummel began the careful training of
safety, with her child in her arms and the waiting class with such good rfsuits
her clothes burning. Her face, hands, that when the "waiters" were pro-
and. arms were painfully burned, but
street The heavy fire wallrun pre
Russia when a boy o. vented the flames from getting into
''THE BAND" BUILT OVER
Newsboy Players Who Weren't in Ear
nest, Replaced by Workers.
When the Journal Newsboys band
makes its next public appearance, it
will be practically an entirely new or
ganization. Under the direction of
ted into the regular band they were
already very proficient on their re
The band is exactly what its name
impliesa band of Journal newsboys.
The new organization is composed of
smaller boys than those who were
asked to resign, but they already play
like veterans and are working to build
up an extensive repertory. Their de
termination is such that by the tin?e of
the G. A. R. encampment they will be
up along with the best records of the
original band* and a credit to them
Rub your poor,'tired, aching feet
with Omega Oil. Trial bottle 10c.
dodge the "Wonderland Limited,"
miniature train that pulls passengers
around the grounds. Mr. Duss' emo
tions during a symphonic dream are
here depicted by Wing, the caricaturist.
fore 9 a.m. today.
For nearly an hour the entire block I Paul, occupied the seat where the horse
the strong firewalls prevented the
A dozen streams of water were
pie, once thoroly aroused, would sweep hallways again, gaudily colored with
over it like fire thru your stubble fields I the dyes and pigments stored there.. A
rushed out th and
first the water came out a beautiful
orange and then changed to a light
reen as other pigments were dissolved,
fire itself was not in the least spec
tacular, but the crowd seemed satisfied
when colored "waterworks" took the
place of fireworks.
The flames were discovered on the
second floor, in 'tne, reajjr-where they
had gained a good-start.,,. The windows
were all closed and the fire smoldered
for some time unnoticed.
A telephone alarm brought the usual
detachment of apparatus, but the first
men arriving saw that the fire might
prove too much for them and sent in
a" second alarm. I a few'moments a
dozen streams of water were being
thrown into the windows from front
and rear and the fire was under con
The Economy and Saratoga hotels
A runaway horse dashed into an in
terurban car at Washington and Tenth
avenues S at 7:40 a.m. today. The
horse struck with such force as to jar
the entire car, which was crowded, and
to ram his head thru the heavy iron
grating of a window. None of the pas
sengers was injured and the horse did
not seem much the worse for his as
sault on the car.
The animal, drawing a delivery wag
on of the Atlas Paint company, was
making a wild dash down Tenth ave
nue S toward the river, and the car
was crossing on Washington avenue at
about half speed. The horse seemed to
be blind so far as the car was con
cerned, for he did not check his speed
nor swerve from the path down the
center of the street. The animal struck
the car at the third seat from the rear,
his head forcing in the window grat
ing, and fell in a heap beside the car.
Miss Moes of 134 Maria avenue, St.
I was sitting on the edge of the
seat, because of the strong draft from
the open window," said Miss Moes to
the conductor, "and I suppose that is
how I wasn 't hurt in the least.''
The horse was stunned for some min
utes, but later regained his feet and
was led off, apparently little the worse
for the adventure.
VIKINGS Will MEET
Discussion of Municipal Ownership
Will Part of Program.
A meeting of the Viking league will
be held tonight at Richmond hall,
Fifth street and Third avenue S.
The meeting will be of more than or
dinary importance and a large attend
ance of members is desired. A portion
of the evening will be devoted to con
ducting memorial exercises in honor of
the late Thomas Lajord, who died re
cently at Washington.
James A Peterson will make an ad
dress on "Municipal Ownership." A
the close of the address there will be
an open debate on the question.
Word was received last night that
Henry E. Vyorum, for many years a
resident of South Minneapolis, was
fatally injured in the Washington rail
road wreck Monday evening. was
badly burned and is now at the hospi
tal in Spokane. His home is in Minot,
N. D., where he is the cashier of the
First National bank.
Boxes of Gigars
From dozens of reliable brands
we select for particular men
tion our famous clear Havana
Owing to a recent change in case design w propose to close out a
dozen or more piano players at less than half off.
These "players are guaranteed new, and without spot or defect of any
kind. They contain all the modern operating^
devices, such as divided scale, expression
lever, etc. Your choice of wcods while they
w, W.FACTORKIMBALL. W. CO.
Box of 25 $ 2 5 0
Box of 50 $500
and the fine Key West,
Form, size and flavor unsur
Box of 50 64-50
For sale only at
W. S. Bell's Cigar Stand,
IN GUARANTY LOAN BLDQ.
thou defect of
Only $2.95 for This Handy
Pietso of Porch orLawn Furniture!
L. N. SCOTT,
Tonight 10c, 25c, BOc. Mat. Tomorrow 10c, 28c.
FERRIS STOCK COMPANY
The Cowboy and the Lady
Mies Stone's receptions after each matinee
Next week "The Prisoner of Zenda"
i I I Mpls. vs.
'ALL St. Paul
AT HIOOLJJIT PARK. GAME CALLED AT S:30
Ladies' DayGentlemen permitted to bring
two ladles, or two ladies admitted on one ticket.
Tickets on sale at Van Clark's, Sherman
Smith's, A. D. Thompson Drug Co., O. K. Chil
strom's and Metropolitan Cigar Store.
FOR FRIDAY'S BUSINESS W E
OFFER FIFTY (50) SOLID OAK
WEATHERED FINISH VERAN-
DA SWINGS LIKE PICTURE 47
Inches long, Including Tested
Chains Guaranteed to Sustain 1,000
Pounds, Attached to Seats with
Malleable Iron HooksAn Alto
OONriJOTED BY MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY,
Lv THE JOURNAL Building Every DayWeather Permitting. Of} "N/fil/SQ 4
9:80 a. m.. 1:80, 4:00 and 7:30 p.
9, T, Sherman, Pros.
7M Trudanfeld, Vice Pre*, and Gen. Xgr.
Ct. "W. MoAxthur, Sad Vice Pro*.
The publication is a sumptuous
booklet telling in detail just how to
take each of a score or more little
tours about the Twin Cities. It is a
work of art which will eventually
find, its way into permanent use as
a reference document.
St. Paul Pioneer Press^
"The handsomest and most eta"bo
rate bit of popular advertising liter
ature yet published concerning the
St. Paul News
"It is one of the most
.publications put forth."
50 MASSIVE QUARTER SAWED
WEATHERED OAK FINISHED
ARM ROCKERS LIKE PICTURE,
with Close Woven Cane Seats
Can be Used Either With or With
and Genteel Li
brary, Porch or
Cash or $2.00 Down and 50c per
5th St, 6th St. and 1st Av. 3
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and
Evening. Prices 10c, 20c, 30c Matinee*
10c and 30c.
DUSS i THE DOUBLE
AND HI8 BAND. I GAP OF DEATH.
Watch for Knabenshue and His Airship
THE JOURNAL AUTOMOBILE TOURS
OF SIOUX FALLS.SOUTH DAKOTA.
Cash Capital Paid in $300,000.00
General fire insurance In states only where
it Is legally admitted. Safe and Conserva
tive. No "Surplus lines" or "Jumbo" risks
$240,000 on Deposit
With Insurance Department of the State
of South Dakota for the protection of Its
policyholders, no matter where located.
THE SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER.
The "Queen City" sustained loss In the
(Treat conflagration of San Francisco, esti
mated at $160,000.00. (They cannot exceed
8200,000 00.) This sum has been made good
by the heavy stockholders of the Company,
thus preventing the impairment of the orig
inal capital. The "Queen City" is adjusting
and paying said losses with 100 cents for
every dollar of actual loss, without any
"welching." $77,000 00 of claims have al
ready been paid, and the balance is being
paid as fast as just proofs are presented.
Robt H. Farrington, Mgr. Hennepin County.,
E. F. Hewit, State Agent.
Offices, 222-23 Phoenix Building, Minneapolis Minnesota
T. 0. Telephone 2898.
BEST GUIDE TO TWIN CITIES
IS THE "TWIN CITY TROLLEY TRIPS."
A handsome 48-page folder, beautifully printed in colors, on
finest paper, in highest art. Tells, in an entertaining way, how
to see aU the interesting sights of the Twin Gities in the least
possible time at the leastpossible expense. Filled with beautiful
pictures and instructive charts. Also includes a large colored
panoramic map of Twin Cities, their famous lakes, parks and
resorts. You should have one for your G. A. R. friends.
What the Twin City Press Says i
X* B. Trudenfeld, Sec'y.
A. H. Watson, Asst. Sec'y.
Geo. Scblosaer, Treas.
Many words of praise have been
sung for beautiful, attractive and in
teresting Minneapolis, but few have
thought out and perfected a demon
stration so picturesque, satisfying
and alluring to the person seeking in
formation as has the Twin City Rap
id Transit company in its "Trolley
St. Paul Dispatch
"One oT the most comprehensive
folders published in the Twin Cities.
Will be of great advantage to visit-
The photographs are new and show
the features of every pleasure resort
in the Twin Cities.
Can be obtained only on personal application at Ticket Office,
13 Sixth Street N (not given to children), or mailed to any ad-
dress on receipt of 4 cents in stamps. Address Passenger De-
partment, T. C. R. T. Co., Minneapolis.
Rea over your Journal want ad before you publish it. Think how It wfli A
sound to persona who know nothing at your business. 4*
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