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T. 0. Phone 66. N. W./ tficollet 66.
CAN YOU AFFORD to, nin your
kitchen without a thought of expenses?
Can you afford to *tfd# ybur hutcher,
or your grocer to Jpfc' down against
you whatever price he Jfeete Hke charg
ing? We wouldn't w*At you, to buy
poor quality at any price, it is our
aim to save you money on the very
test. Peanut Stuffed Manzanilla Olives,
Pimento Stuffed Olives, bottle
Right in Front"
-wear. BINGHAM anewFallstyl
On Fast. Comfortable Electric Car
Seats 50 Cents CmFffi)
Entertaining Lecture En Routs.
CHEAPEST, PLEA8ANTE8T, BE8T
WAY TO SEE TWIN OITIES.
OlD SORE S CURE
ALLEN'S ULCER1NE SAJL
Cttres Chronic Ulcers, Bone Ulcers, Varicose
Uloers, Scrofulous Ulcers, Mercurial Ulcers,
Fever Bores, Gangrene, Blood Poisoning,
WhiteS-eUlng.MilkLegJE'OisoniedWounds, AM Boreu of long lUndlng. PosltiralT nerer fails.
poison Saves expense and autterintr.
Carta permanent For Paletoydruggists Mall c and
"o- ALLBNMSDIOUfECo" 8.x. MUm.
PROPOSALS0fflc FOR ADDITION TO PUM
September 10. lQoe.i-SEALEP
PROPOSALS, in triplicate, will K received at
tWs office until 11 am October. 10Plans
None So Pure
Plain Manzanilla Olives, bottle 8
Lyndon Pint Salad Oil, bottle 20c
Lyndon Pint Catsup, pure, 25c
Lyndon 2-lb Strawberries, fancy,
25c can 19c
Sliced Pineapple, fine, 20c can 14
Casino Grape Juice-
Quart, 45oi Pint, 23c
(Very fancyBlood of the ripe
Club House Catsuppint bottle. 2 5
(Sample bottles of this Oatsup were
given at our opening.)
"We carry a full line of Monarch, Olub
House and Lyndon Canned and Bot
tled Goods. Also a very extensive line
of Gedney's Bulk and Bottled Pickles,
Heinz's 57 varietiesand many other
well known lines of first class goods
A complete line of fancy Imported
Goods. CARLOAD of Fancy Apples being un
loaded today. They include all desir
able varietiesWealthy, 20-oz Pippin,
Belloflower, Snow, Missouri Pippin,
Northern Spy, King, Tallman Sweet,
Belmont, Red, Wolf River and others,
on sale, per barrel $2.50
We shall be headquarters for barrel
Apples. Never buy before seeing our
line. Fancy Italian Plums, 50c basket 34c
Fancy Concord Grapes, basket 19c
Fancy Tokay Grapes, basket 35c
Crab Apples, Fancy, per peck ..-45c
Salmon or Cod Steak, lb 15c
Flounders or Halibuts lb., -lQc
Halibut Steak or Rock Cod,
per pound 12 MJ
Stewing Hens, fresh dressed, lb 13c
Spring Broilers, fresh dressed, lb 13c
Veal Roast, lb \OQ
Breast of Veal, lb 8
Round Steaks, lb 10c
Sirloin Steaks, lb 12
Club Steaks, lb 14
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT McQUAID'S
See That Mark?
STERLING BRAND Stamped
on Your Collar Guarantees Extra
Two for a Quarter Quality.
Ediaon and Victor
Leave West HotelO.KAw /Rainor\
40 Miles of Scenery In 3/ Hours.
Great Panoramic,, Belt Trip Includes
LAKS HARRIET MINNEHAHA
Loring Park, Lake Calhoun, Lakowood
Cemetery, Great Klver Views, Mer
rlam Park, State Capitol, State Fair
State University, St. Anthony Palls,
Flour Mills, best sections both ortles.
*nd blank proposals
opened then, for constrttqtlng addition to- pomp
tense at Fort Snelling, Minn., and furnishing
heater and Be er
8I & 1
With full instructions obtained upon applies*
tlon to tola office U. S. reserves the right to
part thereof --Witt.
4} M.. G. fl. A.
accept or reject any or *U "proposals" or any
DAVIS, Captain an*
Tuesday Evening, W ip$
CEYL9N AND INDIA TEA
of eyeglasses are soldusually without
regard to their fitness. It is one thins
to make eyeglasses but another to
make them look -well and feel right on
your face It is Tvorth your while to
be particular about your glasses and
worth our while to be particular about
the way they're made.
on Easy Payments.
Minnesota Phonograph Co.Nicollet
Blaok, Mixed, Brian or Oolong. Hlghots Awar St. Louis, 1904arrived
Bold only in Sealed Lead Packets at 606 and 700 per lb. By all Grocers.
HUNDRED AND ONE
&?f3k^j*^uo**& 604 Micollet Avenue,
^M"^BiSP^ i ^umffl Near Sixth Street South.
If you will write Mr. Bruce at Santa Maria, he will tell
you more of his success. The rich soil, the mild weather all
the year, and the plentiful supply of water for irrigation, make
it a perfect location for the truck farmer. would be poor
indeed who could not make more than $100 an acre.
Wouldn't you like to have a small farm in the Gulf Coast
Country where success does not depend on uncertain weather
with irregular rainfall
Now the land is cheap and you can get it on easy terms.
Twenty acres will cost you about $500. The cost of clearing
it is about $5 an acre. The cost of wate*r for irrigation varies.
You may want an artesian well of your own you may get
water from some river or you may get it from your neighbor.
But the cost is not great, and those who have tried it have
netted from the first crop a sum which has paid all expenses
and left a good surplus.
Take a trip down there and
see for yourselfthat's the best
Passenger Traffic Manager
ROCK ISLAND-FRISCO LINES
1101 La 3aHo St Station IIGI Friseo BulkOni
Chicago, lit S Louis. Ms.
Send for Edison and Victor Catalog.
so well that they
get up mornings
without having to
pull them out of bed.
Then breakfast is al
ways ready because
no cooking is required.
None So Delicious**-
None D Economical,
ffc *-s ~f*" t
Nea Sixt Stree South
New York, St. Paul, Paris, London.
Success I the Gul CoastCountry
Every Tuesday and Saturday there will appear in the columns of
this paper an example of what has been done in farming in the Gulf
Coast Country on the Brownsville Line. i IO
$200 an Acre from
Mr. John L. Bruce, formerly of St. Louis,
is a city man who has found success in the Gulf
Coast Country. His place is at Santa Maria,
Cameron County, Tex. This Spring he planted
four acres of cucumbers. Within eight weeks
he had raised and marketed 800 bushels, which
were worth $1.00 a busheland that is only the
first crop. On the same land he will raise a crop
of corn this Summer, and after that a crop of
tomatoes which will be on the market in Mid
way. Every first and third Tues-
\fi% day of each month, we will sell
round-trip tickets to any point in
the Gulf Coast Country and re
turn, at the following rates
From Chicago, $23.00
From St. Louis, 20.00
From Kansas City, 20.00
From Peoria, 23.00
"From St. Paul, 27.60
From Minneapolis, 27.50
These tickets will be good 30
days and they will permit you to
stop over at any point.
Let me send you our books describing the wonderful crops pro
duced in this marvelous country. Don't delay, write me to-day.
$ Much of the drawing power of a Journal want ad depends on tne way it
Us worded. It is always well to tell as much of the story as the reader will &
& care to know This brings him in closer touch with your proposition at the &
4 outset, and makes his investigation more likely $
Those who suffer pain from chronic
ailments will find that Dr. Miles' Anti
Pain Pills relieve the suffering. After the
first trial, they will "wonder how they
ever managed to get along without
them." If first package fails to benefit,
ou money back Sold by druggists, 26
dpses $5 cents. Never sold in bulk.
start me out
the morning feel
ing just right for
the day. They
send me to bed
feeling just right ^or
a night's good sleep.
?9 TttEf MINNEAPOLIS JOURN
8t. Johns, J8V W* Oct. 9.Popular
anger against the modus vivendi ar
ranged by the United StateB and British
governments relating to the Newfound
land herring ^sheiles is growing. Thero
is a general feeling that tho compromise
ax was^ backdown on $he part
W%ty* British M*&ry-
^^hb^G^||M*y, the" komAfi Cath
olic primate/ spteaicing yesterday at a
parochial festival, declared the modus
viWftdi^-s, shamfflhiu betrayal of the col
ony^ interests ifcnaadvocate agitation
thruout the cajony against it. He
urged an immediate calling of the legis
lature, spirited protests to the throne,
the dispatch of delegates to England
and to Canada, and an appeal to all
autonomous British colonies to join in
resisting what he termed "an invasion
of colonial rights."
Attorney General Morris, speaking at
the same function, said that the colo
nial government was unaware of the
terms of th modus vivendi, but it had
done everything in its power to protect
Newfoundland Is Aroused by the
London Also Complains.
London. Oct. 9.~Following the lead
of the Newfoundland newspapers, the
evening papers here yesterday denounce
the agreement asea "one-sideds bar
between th United State and
When Newfoundland obieeted to
purse seining the United States pro
posed as an alternative to allow Ameri
can boats to take on crews within the
three-mile limit, but again Newfound
land objected, and Great Britain, find
ing it impossible to satisfy the demands
of Newfoundland, agreed to the modus
vivendi as now signed.
Washington, Oct. 9.Th? news that
the modus vivendi had finally been
signed was conveyed to Secretary Root
in a cablegram from Ambassador Eeid,
announcing that the British government
had accepted the terms of the modus
vivendi relating to the Newfoundland
The Newfoundland government is un
der the control of the merchant fisher
men of the island, those who buy, cure
and sell the fishing products. Thev
oppose any American fishing rights, in
cluding those guaranteed bv the treaty
of 1818, and are dissatisfied with any
arrangement that the British govern
ment makes to carry out the terms of
that treaty. The real fishermen of the
island are" not in harmony with the re
strictions of the Newfoundland gov
ernment, such as denying the privi
leges of selling bait or of allowing the
fishermen to take employment on the
American fishing vessels.
The fishermen themselves desire these
privileges, but it interferes with the
of the merchant fishermen. The
Fewfoundland government has no real
responsibility in the wav of carrying
out obligations. That devolves upon
the British government.
The whole course of Groat Britain in
this matter is comrilended by the Amer
ican authorities as being fair and rea
sonable, but all negotiations have been
hampered by the Newfoundland govern
THEATER IS DEDICATED
TO ARTISTIC DRAMA
Chicago, Oct. 9.-The new theater,
dedicated to the artistic drama and
claiming the title of the first subscrip
tion playhouse in the United States,
opened its first season here last night.
The institution is the result of a move
ment on the part of some of the most
prominent men the city for a high
class of theatrical productions.
The audience last night filled the the-
ceptional brilliancy. Many of the so
ciety leaders gave box parties to riendB
from out of town and the opening took
on the aspect of a first night in grand
A triple bill was offered, that every
member of the company might be in
troduced. The plays were "Samara,"
a one-act poetic comedy translated from
the French "Engaged,/' by W. S. Gil
bert, and "Marse Covington," a char
acter sketch by George Ade.
For the present the company which
will give the performances at the new
theater will consist in part of James
Durkin, J. Malcom Dunn, Gerald Grif
fin, George Leosir, James McKean,
Katherine Boyce, Catherine Calhoun
and Volette Kimball.
A new bill will be offered every two
FLYER HITS FIRE WAGON
Chicago, Oct. 9.Captain Michael
Ehret of the fire department was killed
and Charles Slayhize, fireman, fatal
ly hurt last night when the
Evanston "flyer" on the North
Western railroad struck a fire
truck at Estes avenue crossing in
Rogers' Park. Going at full speed the
train crashed into the fire wagon -just
as the horses stepped on the tracks.
The train orew are blamed for the
acicdent and have been arrested.
If all foods
were, as easy to'
serve as Toasted)
Corn flakes, wel
girls who prepare
the daily meals
could be- dressed
up all day long and
there never would be
purchase, $5 down
$ 4 month
ADAMS LEFT MILLIONS
Estate of "Policy King" Worth From
$5,000,000 to $20,000,000.
Journal Special Service.
New York, Oct. 9.Anywhere from
$5,000,000 to $20,000,000 is believed to
be the extent of the fortune which
"Al" Adams, the "policy king," was
the possessor of at the time of his
death. The affidavit which has been
filed for rpobate, however, mentions
only $100,000 of personal property and
$500,000 realty. The will itself is dated
Aug. 29, 1906\ ________
The Genuine Hoff Medicine
Price. 36 cents a bottle (full aise).
Compounded after the true and cor
rect formula of the famous Prof. Hoff,
of Vienna, Austria. Known and recof.
nlzed everywhere as a positive cure
for Asthma, Catarrh, Hay Fever,
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
bieathing organs. The genuine bears
the "Crown" trade-mark.
Sole Agents in Minneapolis,
8. H. BROWNLEE DRUG CO.,
successor to Dillln Drug Co., 10.
Washington Av. 8.
kind of make a
fellow wish break
fast would come
three times a day,
with one thrown in
py^^y^v*w Miii^^r iy:M,i(^pM
HABTMAN'S SPECIAL DBEBSER.
This Dresser is exactly like illustration has
two drawers at top which have full swell
front. They are finished in the rich hand
polished mahogany, or golden oak. The
mirror frame and standards are neatly
tarred. Has extra large French beveled
mirror. Is of superior workmanship
throughout. The drawers are fitted with
patent equalisers. Oast brass trimmings,
patent casters. We contract for large
The Celebrated Peninsular Base Burner, like Quantities of these dresseres and therefore
cut Has the greatest reputation for dur
ability, fuel economy and heating capacity extremely low price of .^^,03
of any base burner made. Superbly nickel
trimmed with special process of nickel,
guaranteed not to tarnish. Powerful double
s'heating flue. Circular screw draft, is air
tight and controls fire to a degree. Has
duplex grate and annular shaking ring. The
large self feeding magazine Is fitted with
an automatic gas cover. Hartman's
Special Sale E A
Terms: $3.00 Cash 75c Weekly.
Terms- $100.Cash 25c Weekly
EVERYTHING JUST AS ILLUrSTBAT-
ED AND DESCRIBED.
Every illustration here used is made
from a photograph and is therefore a
faithful picture of the article itself.
Every article is accurately and hon
estly described and is jnst as great a
value as it is represented to be.
GEOTINE LEATHER PARLOR BVTXB.
These three-piece Parlor Suits, the frames of which are made of selected quarter-tawed oak
or beautifully hand-poliBhed mahogany finish, are extra heavy and of superior workmanship.
They are beautifully hand-polished and upholstered in the best grade of Imported French
Verona. They are full spring They will be sold by Hartman as long
as they last at the exceptionally low price of..
Terms: $2.60 Cash 60c Weekly.
Milk is pretty
good alone, but
it goes down a
great deal easier
and tastes a good
deal better and
makes me a good deal
happier when it is
THE HARTMAN EOT BLAST.
The only absolutely smoke-consuming
stove on earth. It will be as good as
a heater twenty years hence as it is
today. All features are patented and
no stove dealer or manufacturer can
use same. The HARTMAN Hot Blast
burns- soft coal and slack is conceded
to be the most economical, beater con
structed. This stove can be bought at
Hartman's only and will be sold at_the
Termst $1.00 Cash 28c Weekly.
Nightmare pure. The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must
pass, however, is so fraught wi th dread, pain, suffering and danger,
that the nry thought of it fills her wi th apprehension and horror.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This
great and wonderful
remedy is always
appliedexternally,and has carried thousands
$ 8 moath
22 24 26j
N woman*! happi
ness can be complete)
without children it
is her nature to lore
and want them
as mueh so as
it is to love die
the trying crisis without suffering. IF*-L^ _F
Send forlree hook-eonfining information _BP SW_l-aT_^_ a__ TNSW
ef priceless vlae to all expectant mothers. f/SV M*M
The Bradfitld Regulator Co.. Atlanta, fia.
If you have a good position open you ought to have a good employee to
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
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
the right person is sure to answer.
anything go so
i fast in my life.
Just like' snow
flakes on a 'warm
day. Guess that's
becaus melt in