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Cut Price ; Sale
■■■■V v TO-DAY IT'S '. > - '
Regular $1.50, QfiA
cut t0... .... ******
47c-24c Kitchen Furnishing
Sale Still Going On. ;■',;■. j
10c Counter Full of 12c to
■'- 18c Articles.
SKATES—Barney A Berry. .
60c kind for . 440 - 950 kind f0r.... 680
$1.10 kind f0r. .770 . - $1.60 kind or $ .19
Ocnuine Sale. Discount on Other Hoods.
W. K. Morison & Go.
247-249 I COLLET AYE.
working every day but have a pe
culiar weakness—who are .'
They should at once, consult
Who will render you high-class serv
ice. Young man, you know what
your ailment is and what caused it.
You cannot transgress the.immuta
ble laws of nature without suffering
the fixed penalty— hereafter, but
right here in this life. Do not hesi
tate. ■' -, Seek.. the council and aid of
this kind, old, fatherly physician;
who offers'you his helping hand. He
will aid you to rise above your wrong
doing, make a man of you, and life
will then be one recurring day of joy.
He offers you Honest, Faithful Serv
ice, .New Advanced Treatment,
pert Skill, Seasonable Charges. Con
sultation Free, in person or by letter.
£&,£-.£.- COLE AND COUNCIL of
PHYSICIANS, 24 Washington Aye.
So., Minneapolis, Minn.
. - The best laxative for you is J
I Cascarine. It acts gently on j
I the bowels, improves the ap- \
j petite and keeps you in good !
• health.. At all druggists. §oc I
I per bottle, v ' -
LSO cl* - per ■ bottle Jf t/HPj /
Defaulting Bank: Teller Sent Up for
Thirteen Years.
New York, Jan. 16.—Cornelius L. Al
vord, Jr., the defaulting note teller of the
First National bank, was to-day sentenced
to thirteen years' imprisonment. The
amount of his defalcation was $690,000.
■ jfQ^ ™.^^ ._ x licrc az*c
m^ml IB& ». I ternal signs of
VUIIVVI Cancer until
\ the blood is
polluted and the system thoroughly con
taminated by this deadly virulent poison.
Then a sore or ulcer appears on some
part of the body; it may be small and
harmless looking at first, but as the can
cerous cells form and are deposited by
the blood near the sore, it increases in
size and "severity, with sharp shooting
pains, v No matter how often the sore is
removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh
.destroying plasters, another comes and is
worse. .The real disease is in the blood,
and the treatment must begin there. The
poisoned blood must be invigorated and
purified, and -when this is done canoerous
cells can no longer form and the sore will
heal naturally and permanently.; «' . ;
j ' Mrs. Sarah M. Keeping, ,■ i<gfflffll>
941 Windsor Aw., ■ Bristol, •"' j£tk JBk
Tens., writes : "I am 41 jpgjiar*'M6njg>.
years old, and for three mSgSsK*. Bt
years had suffered with a JSi Sijv vrsS
severe form of Cancer on I^Sy^^^ W\
my jaw, -which the doctors ffg ;'^ m^' IMB
said was incurable, and WMf*® ~ff
that I could not lire more fejHM 'ftaL
than six months. I accept- /WEH H«L j. fc2Br
ed their statement as true, jftSWT A
and had given up all hope WlaM bJSmKSIi '
of ever being -well agMn-j^ffMffij^^^ffl
when my drusnrist, know-'SM @*^
ing of my condition, recom- «■ BJW W
mended S. S. 8. After tak- l^Mß^^
ing a few bottles the sore ■ *** . . ■
" began to heal, to the surprise of the physicians,'
and in a short time made a complete cure. I have
gained in flesh, my appetite is splendid, sleep is
• refreshing—in fact, am enjoying perfect health."
"JiF% dP^ Sfk% overcomes this de
■k^ <^^ structive poison and
removes every vestige
fetedsv fes^» fe^i^P °^ it rom the system,
?*S*^ i makes new, rich blood,
strengthens the body and builds up the
general health..
, If you have a suspicious sore, or have in
. herited any blood taint, send for our free
book on Cancer, and "write to our medical
department for any information or advice
wanted ; we make no charge for this ser
?, vice. Your letter will receiv^ prompt and
' f careful t attention, < and will -be held in
strictest confidence. ■ • ■; - ■■ - • ,
8IJi» KO MOSKT, r^< Cut this ad ont,Belectlngrwhich; KEW CTTTBRS at 60e ♦ -j^. «■ tkc D«HwTwe bought
""iHflBW^iT ■ &&!*& ever cutter you wish and -we - , ■■■i«. S^S'fr^^o*' cash a large lot of
-'^SlSiwHi^' would, advise you to fFlimLL—^^, BSaSI cutters from & factory
■p BS^^^^ j C h^" Vfaj.^ *£ coliA CaSg^ X i^^_ that want«d money, and
;' >^^^^bS^^^»^V"-^^depotifyou(lonotfinll^^^^^i!TO each^S^S
■:*-.' / -T»^7^fi^fega^^7\ \yf Ittfae greatest bargain VBMiaiHKSilißSS^BWC^ggfftyeU body cutters,
. / /fl ?J/U Smy~\ | /you ever saw. do not take Ngggg^^^^i^^j^t 1t15.U each; 10 130
7 // I///I / /\V\.\ •# yit.but have 5t returned jwell body cutters,
/ ('-"(I V /-1 - > T^- "£* our expense of f relgh t, /t^ /VwW Ik \r< Wk^F tia.il ; e*ch». 75 *3ft
// / / "r j"m^\^mm^^ both ways. 'Writeii!; '- /S **s**' IBi"'s**"P**Qf^ Portland cutters at
'-^ J-■ /</ --- '-[■/ ■■' *> V^- can aTe v delay.: • We '~/t": mi 1 ;-/'•*'- V'^r-«ia?Oeach: 85 WO Port
«■ "'"■"' ill i« ( i ii mi i^ • can Kave you bip- money, flftrrfirfi h )i" niil(iiiim'^^ landcutters.»l7.iseach.
t T. M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE 717-7 i 8-/31 Niconet Aye., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
■fiSJwSSfcJKV ~ .. MprmOlT Slshops" PIIIB k*»° been lo use over 53 veais by the leader* of the Monooa ;
iW&XkjSffik 9*"s "j" toitowon. ....FoßiuTeljr cure* the worst cases in old *od youn* »ri»in e from affecti
©0 * Mprmon 8l«hOP»' Pll!« *>»« been In use over 53 years by the leader« o( ttie Morsraa
Chnrch ana U»i« toliowors. Jtosturely cure* the worst cases In old »od younn *ri»ine from affecti
of self-»bu»e, dissipauon, etwsa, or dearstte^making. Cures kOSt ManhQOd. im«
I ll^<ofsS*f potency, tost Power, Nlgrit-LcsMs, Spermatorrhoea^ Ir.eomnla, T»aina
■WS&L^YM LfißS'ft' E#' »«W clB» ;S'sml n%r"f"l?8lo''»J Mm?, ffack, Nervous Us
: \rW blllty, Meadacn»,Unfitn«9s tolMarry, Loss or Hm Semen. Varicoc* ••
r.mw attSpcs/jjs.t i lsr» (l^tt >p»iJ9u™? iof if MT InTI phSrle; Stops «er
IS«i^Hlß^< i . Twitching Of Eyelids, t Exacts u» Immeduie. Pl'J lmpixt'WcK and potency to
K>^^f^i!f^' l™''*<it'S™a'tl'l?aw' ■*' v hlLnd» Kf™ Restores gmsll. undsreloped
0. Bg^uCSg with 6 box*. Ore*.* free. iSdW^ Bishop Remedy 00., San Franolsoo, Oak
' For »al« \>t Vo«geli Brothers'- Draj Co., Mlnn«Rpo'ii. ".■;;•'.. :: .^-_r? :»■ i. -■ ;.' < .. i
New York Residence Said to Have
Been Offered to Him.
Ooiu Paul Thought It Would Take
Week* to 1 ru» the
Mmw York Sun Spmotat Sorvlom ■
;London, Jan. 16. —A story, which can
not be; confirmed, is printed here that J.
E. j Milholland, an American, recently ar
rived in London, bringing an invitation
from a number 'of well' known residents
of New York to ex-President Kruger ask
ing him to vlalt in America. „
According to ' report Mr. Milholland,' in
company with Mr. Stead, saw Mr. KrugeT.
He offered him a palatial residence in New
York and told him that there was a very
strong pro-Boer • party in the Uqited
States, many of whom were willing" to
serve in the Boer army. He suggested that
Mr.:Kruger make a lecture tour in the
United States.
Mr. Milholland, It is said, la convinced
that Mr. Kruger will accept, and that he
■will start for America about the middle of
February, but he has deferred his final
reply pending the operation on his eye,
which is to be performed at Utrecht.
Mr. Kruger wae much pleased to learn
that the voyage would take only seven
<iays. He thought it would take weeks.
Another Effort to Get the Former
Governor Into Kentucky for
Goebel Murder Trial.
Mmw York Sun Special Smrvtoo - ■
' Indianapolis, lnd., Jan. —Governor
Beckham of Kentucky has issued requisi
tions on Governor Durbin for the ; return
to Kentucky of William Taylor and Charles
Finley, charged, with complicity in the
murder of - Governor Goebel. Governor
Durbin said: "When the papers are laid
on. my desk I will take the matter up for
consideration." Before that time he could
not tell what he would do.
Eastern Canada and Brltlah Colum
bia Cannot Agree.
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. Ifl.— lt may al
most be taken for granted that unless, as
is likely, the provincial act imposing a
practically exclusive educational test on
oriental and other foreign immigrants, be
declared unconstitutional by the court, the
dominion government will exercise its
right of veto. Canada, unlike its province
of British Columbia, is extremely anxious
to keep in favor with Japan, expecting in
time to work up a large, export trade to
the land of the mikado.
This is in British Columbia deemed
problematical and at present Japan,
while sending much to Canada, imports in
return almost a minimum of the products
of the dominion. Any veto of the provin
cial act by Canada will be highly unpopu
lar in the British Columbia, and the peo
ple of the province, having only six votes ,
out of 213 in the Canadian house of com
mons, are parliamentary impotent. East
ern Canada is indifferent to Japanese im
migration, a subject of vital concern to
British Columbia.
Imports Diphtheria, ami Smallpox:
From the Twin Cities.
Anoka, Minn., Jan. 16. — Anoka people
are criticizing twin city health officials.
Miss Louise King, a teacher in the Min
neapolis public schools, was taken sick.
A physician was called and he decided that
she probably had diphtheria. A brother of
Miss King secured a conveyance, bundled
her to the station and bought a ticket for
Anoka.. She rode up in a crowded car, got
into a hack tha/t was in waiting and was
taken home. A physician was called, and
he pronounced the case diphtheria. The
' local health authorities quarantined the
house at once.
W. T. Dunn who travels for a wringer
concern, came home on the train, got into
a bus and went to his home. He had been
sick in a lodging house in St. Paul, it is
reported, for -several days, and when he
was seen by a physician soon after he
arrived In Anoka, he was pretty well
marked with smallpox. How many had
been exposed is a matter of guess, of
By-law at Vancouver I'a»»f» by a
. ( Bare Majority.;;;,
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 16.—The final
count of votes on the saloon and hotel
earlier closing by-law shows that much
to the chagrin of a section of the local |
licensed victuallers, the by-law passed by
•a narrow majority of nine votes. Under
it hotels and saloons must, instead of
being permitted to remain open at all
hours of the night, close*>at 12:30 to all
but resident guests and travelers taking
rooms. The general public believes that
even in c maritime town saloon closing at
12:30 Is sufficiently late, especially as in
Liverpool and other great English ports
11 p. m., and, in London, 12 p. m., are the
latest hours for saloons to be open.
Liverpool- Complains; of Improper
. Inspection. .
A~ev> York Sun Special Service ■ • ' " .
.. Liverpool, Jan. 16. —Owing to the great
disaffection among the English grain im
porters and shippers, whose cargoes have
to undergo inspection at Canadian ports,;
the - Liverpool association has had to con
template stopping:. importation altogether, i
Many j of the cargoes, by the | time they
reach Liverpool have suffered seriously. 4
llt is believed, however, that the Cana
dian commission appointed at the instance
of Lord Strathcona, high commissioner for ;
Canada," will remedy the grievance. It ■is
expected - that ~\ the United States methods
of inspection •will be -adopted.
TELLER in jail
New York Bank Employe Accused of
Vy;;.-' Stealing 912,000.
. New York, Jan. 16.— J. Prevost Mason,
third t teller of the Continental National
bank of this city, is in jail charged with
stealing $3,000 by false entries. ?■ The pecu
lations , foot • up*. $12,000 'in all, , acording *to
the Fidelity and Casualty company, which
wasj on Mason's * bond . for $10,000.V ■
Mason is 48 years old and lived with
his wife and daughter, * 22,. years \ old, at
1551T- Washington 1, avenue. >.h He has been
with s the bank twenty-seven ; years and re
ceived a salary of $1,800. ~.
. . . —
The Linen Event of the Year.
The fact that it can maintain its crowd-drawing power, as it already has for ten days, is proof that
no housekeeper can afford to miss the opportunities that it offers.
SS3HSLSSI F«KBUnens.^K" X—.-. T-....250 Napkins.MSasssft:
including such well known names at Richard.' ': ™i Bale each ..,...;.....,,., ° , We reserve the right to limit quantity. r (Limit 1 doz.) 20-in. Bleached Damask Nap
!&^t?^^^Jt%^ optnwo^^T^Tacl^ 1^ BVso Towels i™ ToA
lZ7^%™™t?^ 4 iIK : double hemstitched Damask:^,^; ' Birdseye Line^ &V 4 ' gg .&$. ?&£*,*£?* *a^ the *3^
at this sain C. g ?P 1 ■ 'IJ!yJ Doilies, openwork, worth 12Kc; ea 8/30 15c and 20c (limit, 1 dozen); for one 01-i; dozen ... !. P $2.35
Special bargains in Linen Table Damask 8-in. round and square Battenberg; Doilies 200 dozen 18x36 Linen Huok Towels hem TPa^ll TAU/I*IIiMI At Unheard
and Towels will be found on bargain tables 1; ™* center, worth 25c. Thie | |j o Himeift^^ jET^O 1 £ •WCIIII|. of Prices.
'-^•Unbleached Irish Damask, QQ A ask-Iray Cloths, worth A>e; each.. ■ %W<U borders, hemstitched Damask and hemmed Crash, 10c quality, this sale per yard 5 O
the 40c quality, per yard.;. ■:.-.7.;:i' 1 UuG ; - 1.845 tied fringe Damask Scarfs, with open Huck Towels, worth 35c and 40c; ' O%KZ** '_ W ;
Bleached Satin finish Scotch Dam- KOw work (slightly soiled), worth 50c. 250 ttkt^^^u^K FfiUCO Colored Table spreads
ask, the 75c quality,this sale, yd.....©JWO 30* dozen Bleached and' Unbleached Bath •', H, Tl ,i^Jt c ,
, 72-inch Silver Bleached, soft undres- r' (18-72 tied fringe Damask Scarfs,-with open- Towels, worth 25c, 35c and 40c- 4ft_ : \ Cleanup sale of fancy colored Table.Spreads,
sed German;Damask,.^original silver flax, work (slightly soiled), worth 75c;"-..■;QO«»'-": this sale. each ........:.. ..: I«PG knotted fringe, 2 yds. square, reversible,wash
excellent for wear,) 90c quality, ... 680 • "This sale, each:. 1.... :.V.i;...'. ..t...'«Jlf O . 20x40 Hemmed oure Tinm TW ".« t able and pretty colorings, worth 52.50 (limit
Vperyarf:;...::.:.^;;-.^ onSn^^Ko^SiocJSchi®©:: ;ea^^
New spring |ip||B(i |f| Men's fHPßiSElillf DCDI. f^^^: Wide Slieeilngs i ' : '
' H/aei) €£!&£ ■■>'' ■■"|y -V>7 ■r\ a i r-i • ix- i ,-., . O Wl-n, 42 inches.: Bleached, Unbleached,
WUMI dllns. I^BW I Our Annual Shirt and Night Shirt VJ/ width 4* inrh M pVn Ti ' peryard '
A beautiful assortment of Cheney Bros. ; : il| JP I bale Still continues. The longer it runs - Width, 45 inche5.......... 11 C 10c
best quality Poulards, in such desirable colors ■-. I-— 11 B1 1 I the more it IS aDDreciated WVHaim ' I 7-4 size .14Kc
as old rose, pea green, reseda, beige and tan J Rriijisi ■-" J"c muic ii is appreciated. We Claim .. 8-4 size . . 16%0 14& C
and in our own exclusive designs. IWe have * l\il|j|>|l r-| to be Oliering the best Values in the city. ' i 9-4 size .................. *!iBMc 16 34C
:S2.?^aSfpe?ja^ yoU!tto!r"Sl lip | Read the quotations and be convinced: '..'•,.{■•! "^"iS IF; 20*,? &*% c,
W^hSH^taanend^vanet^thlst XI I 39c Unlaundered Shirts 29c better q u.l,t,e, at e q ,,aU y great d,,
cords made; neat, pretty checks and . many • -E -, i 1 ? f %1 50c Unlaundered 5hirt5......... 39c ItillAU/ Pacac
mushbunderwear. LJILJSSg&Sa— --^i \.^ STjS3*rr
Muslin Gowns, high neck, Hubbard style, -^ '• •v" " ::"'-.' '"■ \" ;.----— ' - "'''• ■■ ■"■^ ' Sr w? mtV y!!^" .of Skirt*',
yoke of fine tucking and lace inserting; neck M riiniZ? rnr>r»/AVT r»Ai-n~»AiivT^ . ; ;^ , ■..•■-Jls black Taffeta bilk Skirts, spring style,
and sleeves trimmed with) lace, 4|- '■: :" \- • MUKt RIBBON BARGAINS cut with the new flounces, perfect fitting and
a t... /OO . ■"■ •:..-■. >^^-:*>. x L»ni\vjnin^ , •-r hanging, trimmed around bottom with four
""' ...^............-..^....... Of the kind that has Dlaced the 'dfhart'ment'firQt amnncr'tVi^-t?iK- rows of silk ruching and two i rows around
Cambric Gowns, high neck, yoke of fine lawn W1 til** *lllu- LliaJ' nab piactu me department nrst among tlie KID- heading of flounce. For ffef* AA
with cluster tucks and four rows of iace in- Don Departments 01 the tWO CltlCS Thursday <9«PavO
ea^aw^S^^^ **"** S»ie * A»-Silk Lumi— taffeta Ribbons, in white, b,ac k and!., new tints. br^n I°anin^aS WM&^il^s
Cambric Corset Covers, Marguerite style, "«: '\ ; . , - •.. cV ... N0.7 *°- 9 No- ig Xo. 40 No-60 Cloth. For Thursday... . I^"^»'
V-shape front of lace inserting and hemstich- ..Ksgular price, per yard.. .......... 8c 10c 15c 20c 25c . n °? more *'.W walking skirts m brown gray
ing; neck and arms trimmed with AC A Sale price, per yard .. , ........... 5 C 7 C 9c 1 2. lAg 15c S?£" rd> an; b^- and bL ac?' flue gra ?J
larA Zt|Q xf rt t e *-• vi en, • „ , ■^/2i» iot# Melton, perfect fitting aud hanging, with 12
z lace ....... ........................ fi»WW No. 1 bat in Baby Ribbon, m all colors, our 40, ■; Special lot of Pillow Ribbons, in QQ A rows of stitching around bot- &M O O
: Cambric; Underskirts lengths 25,27, 29-in, ;=c quality, per yard..... :.:..\..,......;.. i^y all tints, the 50c quality.. &«fG torn. For Thursday 3>4*«ft9
Umbrella style, finished with cluster ft : —■ ——— —— ,'. . ' ,'. "." —— ■ —: — —— i— — 100 new spring style Silk Waists, in black
tucks and ruffle of embroidery ..... £OU «* jb for a r«<rniar <S2 prppf rnAA i 4 i <>«■«. A* ■/.*&» m^^i^^ and all the new shades with the new bishop
. Cambric Skirt, umbrella" style, deep flounce. iOPSeiS.^ $1 & SS* £dTS • SpCCISI SB!C Of Klilt UidCP- sleeve, 85 value. For Thurs- $4 OR
finished with three rows of lace ftj *% A "'•• fine French coutil by the well'known W. B. n , a « n T „ o , „„,.„ Twaou'rir,^ fl flo « a aa y •••••• ..v. *&%**%***
insertion and lace edged ruffle. Corset manufacturers, who placed-an import W£9P ii n «S v«it^ Cl"hf p«^? wnn'^S Ladies' Jackets and Suits at 33& per cent
Muslin Drawers, umbrella style, deep lawn , «£«*>' the goods, but were unable to get and fluißhe d neatly trimmed; A!! diSC°Unt'
S^shed with tuc^ 60C Stto^ VhTc^mWn *£"£*—' L , O !*« Ktf. SS^?^^
, tu:nn eryDrawe; s ;-umbrella-"sty" deep ?^ h S3^^^&m^d^ ' Vti^^^^omi^s^ %^ "* /hu^»3S^, 80
flounce tucked and finished with AA. a erj nanasome, up-to-date corset, at just match each ■ OllG 5-in. Cambric and Nainsook embroidery edg-
Torchonlace. . .... «f«fO naitprue. . / .' i-. • A 1 , wk-ji.... .................. iv^ ings, extra fine work, (300 yards 4Q| A
br^S^S^ lace xopiainsz-s^^^- HiiH^^^
f»^pifMp s{^w\?& ihi^c^^ sp^nSm^i giiififs™ii^i
flannels and Blankets *- 's^z^txl^ss^sr^^^ 1^^?: 250. mm Deparimeni
e^^fS^U^^cSV^ A^SS^JSffS^^To fSf^^ls^Sg -.e S.^p^e £s?^e 1C -20
wide; at this sale, per yard OG r comVdowntotlgures,weoffer: hn^l »nirts and Drapers, $1.00 'BOfi Tar and Wild Cherry Cough « R|r%
French Tricot. Flannels, all wool, black ■*&?&■?&.£-:.'■■■r: I, . Beg. Price. . Sale Price. «ualIC5 ':•'': '' "• ~, •••••" ; %PW Syrup; 50c size. .....OOU
and plain colors, 27 inches Wide, " AA A Lace Curtains $1.50 " 75c €|kA/>ijll gil Rpil I IllPnC , Our guaranteed cure for la grippe. ...25c
Per yird - '....2SfC Lace Curtains 92.00 $1.35 111 BCa LIBeHS. (i :- ; : Sa^f£aS ewlSiS»"^h Ifc
Cotton Blankets,H-4 size, tan: ; fjrjS^X. Lace Curtains^-...:.... $3.00 : ;, $2.25 5ize.......63x90 " 72x90 81x90 M **w~ utA wt^^^Z,** '
and gray, per pair.... "^ IOG Lace Curtains $5.50 $3.75 ; Price, ea..4Bc 39c&50c 42Kc&55c i UIOVC BCpaP!ni£R! -
n.,t. ftp^Jfr WB'°*lb'tOthe Isllh • Lace Curtains --........ 87.50 . $5.75 -Hemstitched Sheets, large variety of hand- Boys'Muloskiu Mittens, the 4A A
pair, per pair. — — vv Lace Curtains ........810JD0 i-i . $6.50 ' some embroidered and drawnwork patterns regular 25c grade...;................ I «9G
HAefrlW itonas>tinf»nt -; - Lace Curtains^"....;..... $12.50 $6.25 at very low prices for this sale. : r>;^ ;; : Ladies'lined Gloves and Mittens, A |- 1.
Hosiery Department. p<ps'^:f i^jg. m :»«« mmm mam m «ayfflf-i^^--aaiWS
; Ladies genuine;.Hermsdprf black• cotton Two Special Bargains- ; -- •' ' - • - SSiCeUnOS, SUCCtS 90(3 PHIOW C3SCS. ' much- wanted white, black and ft B- g%
Hose, real maco v absolutely fast and stain- : $5.00 Brussels Curtains at............ $2.50 : </v the basement.) vuava' cardinal c010r5.:...:... . O UG
hfa^r^ularSq^r^ 37.(X) Brussels Curtains at ; ......... v. $3.75 2 cases 36 in Bleached Muslin, 7c ! R^; fine WUtC GMMS We are offer
■per box of 4 pair /. .9 I ■ till Curtain Swiss, a large line, electric 4A^ quality, this sale, per yard ......©.©.. ■ lIBV ■■■■V UVVUd - ingspecialbar
iO S^ ts,?s^^s^ |is.i^P^»Si l^ii^SlH^i SH Slip! °F
tßc srSaP^^--- SSS^^^iK agu*^^"**
Jfߣ££sSss:&zr t$%Z 30 SH'lv^r CTiS^ VS b.^e v da&i e n ? t P re ar^d. 9uamy..6^o "%S!rifK ta IBK I a p *'° 25°
'toe, ? 3for &OG ! IJh tnnged. $2.20 value, jjfl AO 9c quality soft finished, bleached 'JljL^ 30c and 35c qualities, this sale, per yd. 210
Children's heavy fleece-lined Hose, 2xl rib, / ■ V^af™ :^i" lv"7"; T **a Mli «V BpCi^ th BA le v'•••;•■ 2- 4Oc> 45c and 50c qualities, this sale; yd 33^0
double knee, heel and toe seamless 4 c 7 ) a P, ry Draperies a large line of odd 10c Standard quality Muslin, extra A.^ . Long Cloth, soft chamois finish, put up in
and stainless ■■ i©© £-Vv -values from S4-0(^ to '•C6SB good values at ....:..... Wjr 12-yard pieces as follows:
>„.,, , fl""«""'V"."""':'V:' V; $5.00, at, per pair &&m&& n%c quality Standard Cambric, A-^ Regular price. $125 $150 $175
Children s fine Irench imported fancy Cash- Com* Covers; fringed all round, made of iSSgISISo'g ; Sail Price ;:ll -Sf AT All
mere Hose, usual price ,0c to $l,ac- A » reversible tapestry, &00 Q+ AA 15e quality Cambric, best values, .f A rt RelTar nrice 8*0? ''fo i?oo
cording to size, sale price, any size...^OO value, at, each for this sale ..: . lUG Sal! prke 6© $2 25 $2 MO
Green Bay Men Brought to Shore
After a Battle With Wave*
and Ice.
K*w York Sun Mgtmolul Servfcm
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 16.—Charles Rho
lock, a» fisherman of Oconto, rowed out
among* the ice floes to-day and rescued
two other fishermen from certain death
on a floating field of ice. Hundreds of
people saw the occurrence and cheered.
While Rholock was setting nets at
Green Bay he saw John Kanapake and
August Rossman lying far out on a drift
ing floe. They were almost famished and
frozen. They had started out Saturday
morning to set their nets and while near
the lighthouse at Green B»y the ice gave
way and they began floating down the
They floated on the floe from Green Bay
nearly to Oconto before being seea by
Rholock, who promptly cast aside his coat,
seized a pair of oars and fought the "waves
till he had rescued the exhausted men
and brought them to Oconto.
Vancouver Burled. Under a Tremend
ous Fall-Heavy Louei.
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 16.—The city bas
just passed through its worst experience
on record In the way of weather. The fall
of more than three feet of wet. packing
enow proved more than the city and elec
tric railroad could cope with, and traffic
was almost suspended for days. Only
after about seventy-two hours was a par
tial clearance of the street blockade ef
fected by public bodies, which were un
prepared for such an emergency in what
is usually considered a place of very mild
climate. The cost and loss to the electric
railway company will probably approach
$5,000, while local merchants lost trade.
Much damage was done to many buildings,
several having partly collapsed. The
storm has probably, in one form or an
other, cost Vancouver and its industries
at least $50,000.
'•- It's the Fashion Now '.<'.".•."
To take a cup of ! tea when down town, at
the ; Glass j Block Tea : Room. ;";':' -J
McQueen and Hi« Following Beaten
at Vancouver.
Special to The Journal.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 16.—The munici
pal election resulted in the return of
Alderman Town ley for mayor, on a gen
erally progressive policy. His opponent,
Alderman McQueen, ran as an extremist
temperance man and as the advocate of a
municipal policy of close enonomy. Alder
man McQueen was, however, easily de
feated, so, too, his supporters as candi
dates for tie city council and for liquor
license commissioners.
The return of Mayor Townley and a
city council, generally supporting his
views, is not, however, to be taken at a
vote in favor of a "wide open" town, but
rather as a protest against what most of
the citizens deemed ultra-puritanism. A
heavy snow storm caused a very light
municipal vote to be cast.
Reault Is That Mrs. Sntro Can't Give
■ '{ Her Dinner. Dance.
>*««> York Sun Special Service £j?;;; ;■„
New York, Jan. 16.—One of the most
important social functions of the week
has had to be abandoned on account of
the disastrous results of a sneeze. Mrs.
Theodore Sutre of 320 West One Hun
dred and Second street, had invitations
out for a dinner dance this evening. But
Monday evening Mrs. Sutre was seized
with a fit of violent sneezing and burst
her ear drums. A specialist ordered abso
lute quiet for a month or six weeks.
To Hot Springs, Ark., Reduced • Rate
}'£l *%:~"S. *' '■'.''■• - Ticket*. "■'
The '> quickest route is via the Minne
apolis & St. Louis railroad. * Leave Min
neapolis at 7:35 tp."';mr?-'7: <''J~^V!l*^':''*:
Arrive St. Louis, t 2:05 p. m. next day.
-! Arrive Hot Springs, 9i 00' a. m. next day.
; 37% hours. '; Only one change of cars. No
- transfer.* ■ Elegant^ service ', and ;. beautiful
scenery. '" Reduced rate* at No. I■■ Nicbllet
House Block.' „^. . .s;%>. .?' .
The Quickest > Route and Best Serv-
T ;?,•;.; ice ','to: Florida..'., [ :
The Minneapolis & St. Loula railroad has
made * arrangements to connect >• ln"f i; St.
Louis I union' depot withi { the elegant : new
"Florida i Special" over the L.*f &iN. 1 road.;
making ' the. quickest! time by twelve ; hours
to all Florida points. one change ,
of cars from Mlnaeajclis. :."'• ,
Horrible Charge Against a South
, ■ . Carolina Preacher.
, 2feu> Tork Sun Sjyt-oial Service :'.
Columbia, S. C, Jan.. 16.—Eliphas Daw
kins," a negro preacher in Cherekee county,
was arrested on a charge of murdering
his wife by throwing a" can of oil over her
clothing and applying ': a torch. The wo
. man was burned to death while her hus
j band looked on. - He kept the doors of the
house closed to prevent her escaping.
1 CK^ngej/Xtfe I
Wk Alton, Ky., March 27, 1900. jfi
B r I was bedfast for four months and could not stand on my feet. I finally got so weak and nervous I M
BE could not sit up in bed. I lost flesh until I looked like a skeleton and gave up hope of ever getting well. «ggl'
■' m| J They all thought I would die. Myjllness was pronounced falling of the womb , and nervous trouble. A I~g
VH lady friend of mine who had used wine of Cardui recommended it to me so I got a bottle. "When'l. had §&[-
''■«S taken one bottle I could walk across the room and when I had taken the fourth bottle I could do all my house- H| y
'■■mm: work and washing and ironing. I have had health and strength enough to do all. my work since that. I Wm
H am in the change of life now and have been for two years. Wine of Cardui has relieved me won- ami
».: derfuliy. V ; ' ■V Mrs. MOLLIE FRIST. «»£
a^ The change of life is a critical time for a woman. Many healthy women become invalids |S|
Jj| because this period is not passed safely. Then their declining years are few and full of sickness. •■ The flf/
\E» ''/-pj- change of . life comes to the average woman soon after she passes the age of 43. It I* then that Jffil
MB menstruation becomes irregular and gradually ceases to appear. A • woman with weak organs has mm
l^H i : ; much to fear during this ordeal, but the dangers may be overcome by taking Wine of Cardui. The Em
jßf Wine - will regulate all serious menstrual disorders. It will strengthen the ligaments which hold ■
§B the womb in place and drive out every trace of the dread leucorrhcta. It is necessary that a woman ' m
8& ;";■ meet the change of life in a healthy state. Mrs. Frist bears testimony to the effectual manner in which - gH
Va . ■ Wine of Cardui prepared her for the ordeal. Wine of Cardui will help you as wonderfully as it helped : M
MB her. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles. ,> ' * ||1
«H In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, " The Ladies' B?
Ma Advisory Department", The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Term. . ? ., Magi
Mac Donald About to Form an An-
Klo-American Syndicate.
N»w York Sun Special Service
Kingston, Jan. 16.—1t is reported here
that James P. Mac Donald, the New York
railway magnate, has transferred the con
struction of the Reuader railway to another
American syndicate, and has gone to Lon
don tfi organize a great Anglo-American
syndicate to undertake extensive railway
construction in China.
Two More Profesttorft at Stanford,
I lilvt* t>■ Resign. ■• ,
Stanford University. Cal., Jan 16. —As
a protest against the forced resignation
of Professor George E. Howard, : head of
the department of history in Leland Stan
ford, • Jr.,' university, the resignations of
Professor W. H. Hudson of the English
department, and professor C. N. Little of
the mathematics department, tendered.

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