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WEDNESDAY EVEJNIJNIi, .MARCH 13, 1901.
A CHICAGO LADY'S RECOVERY.
How Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrh of all
Internal Organs After Doctors Fail.
i
I Mrs. President Byron, of Chicago.
Mrs. Q L. Byron, of iV4»> Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, 111., is I'resident of
the Chicago German Woman's Club. She has the following to say of
Peruna, the great catarrh remedy, which relieved her of a serious ease of
catarrh of the bladder :
T°e Peruna Medicime Company, Columbus, Ohio:
Qentlemen—' 1! was cured of a very severe case of bladder trouble
which the doctors did not know how to reach. i had severe headache
amd dragging pains with it, but before the second bottle was used I felt
much relieved, and after having used th* fifth bottle life locked different
to ma. This was nearly a year ago, and I have had no recurrence of the
trouble. I cannot praise Peruna too highly. '' — Mrs. C. L. Byron.
I ulurrli of Bladder or Chronic
< vslllio.
Mr. Charles Lindsay of South Wayne.
Wis., who is tiii years of age, writes Dr.
Hartman as follows:
""I have been troubled for fifteen years
with catarrh of the digestive organs and
the bladder. Have tried all medicines
recommended for my trouble but could
not find anything that would relieve me
of my terrible suffering until I was ad
vised to" take Peruna. I have taken six
bottles of Peruna. and, thanks to Dr.
Hartman of Columbus, Ohio, I am now
soundly cured of all my suffering.
"1 highly recommend Peruna to all and
everyone suffering with catarrh in any
form. I'—Charles1'—Charles Lindsay.
Cyatitia la One I'or in of Chronic
( iilarrh.
Cystitis is catarrh cf the bladder. It j
■would be difficult to describe the dis- |
tressing and annoying symptoms which
this disease occasions. We shall not at- j
tempt to do so for man> reasons.
People who have had any experience
With this disease, know without any
words of ours the agony which it brings.
Catarrh of the bladder is not only a
distressing disease, but very difficult to
cure. If the function of the bladder could
be suspended for a few days, it would be
much easier to treat it, but to under
take to treat an inflamed organ and yet
give it no rest from its regular function
is quite difficult.
Peruna has proven itself, after many
years' experience, a remarkable remedy
for these cases.
The two cases given are only two of
hundreds we could cite. After doctors
have failed, Peruna cures. After months
of suffering and illness, Peruna restores.
It sometimes happens that after years of
chronic catarrh of the bladder has been
endured a course of Peruna permanently
cures.
Any one so afflicted should not fail to
write Dr. Hartman. All letters answered
free.
- A PILLAR_OF FIRE
Aged Colored Woman of .Kueine
Will Die of Burns.
Special to The Journal.
Racine, Wis., March 13. —Anna Brown,
aged 82, the oldest colored resident of I
Racine, lies at one of the local hospitals
dying of frightful burns. The woman had
fallen asleep in a chair near the stove,
and was awakened when her clothing
caught fire. She rushed from the house
into the street and ran to other houses
Sexual Debility
IDO NOT jF^^j |£
J0 §& I TREAT
f ip fi3EN ONLY,
DISEASES W^mM^
Hlv CURE THEM
BUT CURE i^K^^^^^^a^g'-'
I TREAT. specialist CURED.
:'■'<'v- 1 in Diseases of Tien and Consulting Phy- ,
sician of the State Electro-Medical Institute,
301 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. ■
Men, many of you are reaping the result of your former folly. Your manhood is
failing and will soon be lost unless you do something for yourself. There is no time
to lose." Impotency, like all sexual diseases. Is never on the standstill. With it you
van make no compromise. Either you must master it or it will master you and fill
your whole future with misery and indescribable woe. \\ ; have treated so many
cases of this. kind that we are as familiar with them as you are with the very day-,
light. Once cured by us, you will never again be bothered v ith emissions, drains, pre
matureness, small or weak organs, nervousness, failing memory, less of ambition, or
similar symptoms which rob you of your manhood and absolutely unfit you for study,
business, pleasure or marriage. Our combined Electro-Medical treatment for weak
men, -which combines all of the curative powers of both medicine and electricity, will
correct all these evils and restore you to what nature intended—a hale, healthy,
happy man, with physical, mental and sexual powers complete.
We also cure to stay cured, by our combined Electro-Medical treatment
Varicocele, Stricture, Syphilitic Blood Poison.
Nervo-Sexual Debility, Rupture, Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
and all associate diseases and weaknesses of men. Physicians having stubborn cases
to treat are cordially invited to consult us. We charge nothing for private counsel,
and give to a patient a legal contract to hold for our promise. Is it not worth your
while to investigate a cure that has made life anew to multitudes of men? -
If, you cannot call at our office, write us your symptoms fully. Our home treat
ment by correspondence is always successful.
References: Best Banks and Leading: Business Men In this City. Consultation Free.
Office Hours— From Ba.m.toß p. m. Sundays, 10 a. m. to 12 m.
STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Permanently Located at 301 Hennepin Aye., Minneapolis.
Cured ot Kidney Catarrli.
B. O. Tucker. Treasurer the Indepen
dent Order of Foresters, also of the
Woodmen of the World, ami member of
the Owl Club- of
Council Bluff a .
lowa, writes.
"Peruna has
been both doctor
and medicine
chest at m y
mother's home
for years. It has
cured frequent
ailmen is an d
saved m any a
doctor bill in the
family. We used
it successfully In
kidney troubles,
liver complaints,
and stomach and
bowel diseases.
Personal 1 y, I
B. O. Tucker.
find it a tonic of more than ordinary
merit and as such gladly recommend It."
—B. O. Tucker.
A Systemic Catarrli Keiuedy.
Peruna not only cures catarrh of the
bladder, but catarrh of all the pelvic
organs, which constitute the majority of
tjiose ailments generally known as female
diseases. Catarrh of the internal organs,
known as systemic catarrh, finds a
specific in Peruna. Peruna is the only
internal specific for these cases.
Peruna is also a reliable remedy for all
climatic catarrhal diseases that beset a
family during the winter months. Thou
sands of families rely upon Peruna to
protect the family against the inevitable
attacks of coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu
monia and other catarrhai diseases of the
winter.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
seeking admittance and aid, but the oc
cupants were so frightened they would
not allow her admission.
Mrs. Brown ran into the middle of the
street, where she resembled a pillar of
flames. Men ran to her assistance, and
by throwing overcoats about her man
aged to carry her to *her home uncon
scious, but every part of her apparel had
been burned from her body.
Health Table Malt—finest family drink,
inexpensive and non-intoxicating—Laurit
zen's. Century Building.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
A "SACRED REFUGE"
Scheme of the Bakers Prospers in
the Zenith City.
AN INVESTIGATION IS STARTED
Citizen* Want tit Know Where the
Money Goe»—Some Stronu ~
lnilor<ieiuciits. '. '
Special to The Journal. :*-; '!"•;
Duluth. Minn., March 13.—Some months
ago a man and woman calling themselves
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker located in Du
luth and proceeded to canvass the city
for aid to establish what they termed
the "Sacred Refuge." This was to be a
home and training school for unfortunate '
women, and the Bakers, in their circulars j
and printed matter,,- had , much to say of
the needs of the institution and the neces- '
sity for its establishment. .. '.;
Though unknown here, working in a
cause they explained but cursorily, giving
no guarantee of themselves or history of
their past efforts, the Bakers and a co
hort of assistant solicitors who are said
to have worked on commission, secured
a goodly sum. Many refused to give
without some knowledge of where the
money went to, and many more, who did
give once, refused to do so a second time
when the Bakers declined to make any
financial statement.
The Bakers say they have received sev
eral hundred dollars and have gathered
a large number whom they are helping to
a better life. Others say that, beginning
without a cent last November, they have
raised, several thousand dollars. These
critics claim that the results, 80 far as
assistance to others than the Baker fam
ily is concerned, do not justify the out
lay, and they have succeeded in starting j
un investigation of the financial methods |
and other status of the Bakers. The j
police force and some prominent criminal |
attorneys have already made iuvestiga- j
tion without satisfactory result. The j
originators of this "Sacred Refuge" came I
here from Minneapolis ami they have the j
indorsement of many leading people in (
Doluth.
PRISONER OF THE FILIPINOS
Private Fox of the Thirtieth •Ha»
Thrilling perieiiees. ■'
San Francisco, March 13. —John L. Fox. ;
of Woodlawn, 111., a private of Company i
A, Thirtieth volunteer infantry, who; re- j
turned with his regiment on the trans- •
port Hancock from Manila, spent half the
lime in the Philippines as a prisoner of!
the Filipinos. From Jan. 18,' 1899, until j
the first of September young Fox was Tield ]
I by the semi-barbarous natives in moun- ,
tain fastnesses, with no knowledge of his :
whereabouts. He escaped several times, '
only to be captured again. A fellow pris- j
oner, John Kenney from Illinois, also a
private of the Thirtieth, was shot b&the'
Filipinos for attempting to escape.
Jan. IS, 1899.. < fifty men, comprising a'
pony train, were surrounded by a large j
number of armed Filipinos in Southern
Luzon. Most of the men fought their way '
out, but Fox. Fred Mason of Company C, !
Corporal Bonham and Private, Miller of 1
the Thirty-seventh regiment. Private I
Charles Worthington "of Company C, and i
Private Edward Walls, of Company B of i
■ the Thirtieth, were captured. They were [
j turned over to the Americans at Santa :
! Cruz, seven months after their capture.
i HADLEY EXPLAINS
1 Not Trusts, but Public Opinion Will
It 1->>ii 11 in an Emperor.
New York, March 13. —President Had- i
i ley of Yale university, whose prediction j
| that there would be an emperor in Wash- j
; ington in twenty-five years unless a pub
| lie sentiment capable of controlling the
j trusts was aroused, has given, rise to com- i
! ment in this country and Europe. He is
I quoted in a special to the World from i
j Boston: •■• - ...-■■■' -::■
I - The comments of the papers evidently have
J been based on a misrepresentation of the I
j facts. They seem to have assumed ' that \ 1 j
j spoke on trusts, whereas my address was
i not on trusts, but on public conscience, my I
j reference to trusts being incidental and of
j the most casual character.
;] 1 do not mean that the trust?, will create j
an emperor. What I said was that an aroused
' public opinion is the only thing that can
1 control the trusts and without that public j
; opinion we shall have an emperor.
i ATTEMPTJO BRIBE .
. Kownn, of .Matrimonial Xewapaper
i | Fame, Convicted at Milwaukee.
! i Special to The Journal.
' Milwaukee, Wis.. March 13.— C. H. |
! i v ßowan, the former matrimonial .agent j
• j and publisher of a paper devoted to cor- j
• ! respondents between lovesick men and \
. women, and later a promoter of patent j
i medicines, was last night convicted in the j
I I United States court of attempting to j
■ { bribe United States Assistant District At- |
torney Anderson and Inspector Ralph j
Bird. The penalty is a fine three times
the amount offered in the bribe, or $7,500,
and imprisonment not to exceed three
years.
An attempt was made by Rowan to
bribe the officials to drop the prosecution
against him when he was under indict
ment on a charge of using the mails to
defraud. Rowan has a net income of
$125,000 a year from his business, and was
confident he would escape punishment.
GERMANY MAY HAVE TO PAY
Briefs on tin- >a 1110:1% Trouble Pre-
nared for Kinjt Oscar.
New York, March 13. —Germany's re
sponsibility for the troubles In Samoa
two years ago, resulting in the killing of
American and British officers and men
and the partition of the Samoan islands,
will be determined by King Oscar of Nor
way and Sweden, says a special to the
Herald from Washington. In the state
department brief it is understood there
are pointed references to the activity of
foreign agents. If the American conten
tion should be established, Germany will
have to pay damages to both Great Brit
ain and the United States for the losses
in Samoa.
During the Samoan troubles Great
Britain acted in concert with the United
States, and was disposed to hold Germany
responsible. Whether, in view of the
change in their relations, she is willing
to reassert these views is a question.
LIKELY TO_BE NEUTRAL
ConKresMiiian Hull's I'oMitioii «•. to
Governor.
Special to The Journal.
Dcs Moines, lowa, March 13.—Congress
man Hull is likely to remain neutral in the
Cummins and anti-Cummins fight for gov
ernor. He has not openly declared neu
trality but indicated he personally wanted
neither the governorship nor the senator
ship, but desired to remain in congress
longer and if not opposed for re-election
in 1902 would keep aloof at this time. The
Marshall county primaries yesterday, the
first held ii i^e state, resulted In the
choice of a Cummins delegation.
- Through Sleeping Car Service to
Kaii*UM City via '/The Milwau
kee."
A standard first-class sleeper for Kan
sas City via C, M. & St. P. Ry's popular
Hedrick Route leaves Minneapolis 7:50
a. m.. St. Paul 8:00 a. m., daily and ar
rives Kansas City 7:00 o'clock next morn
ing.
The "Hedrick" is the most direct and
comfortable route from the Twin Cities to
Kansas City, the South, Southwest and
California.
For full information regarding lowest
rates apply to C, M. & St. P. Ry. ticket
agents or address J. T. Conley, Ass't. Gen.
Pass. Agent, St. Paul. Minn.
Auk for Free Sample Box.
Satin-Skin Cream at stores, or write
Albert F. Wood, perfumer, Detroit. Mich.)
Embroidered |^ g ::sfib*^%MM i dflfe' ST&RE Taffeta snk
vLwIIR W mtOMROMDE |^--
Handkerchiefs,worth 'W "H,^"^ « « 'IW^ =======^^ bon in all
6c | Store News for Thursday sic
S^p^ rin2 Women's Outer Garments.
Cor/*T re thlt «s«{& ™&^&iss;&^t~* - -*-"/st-M3*
™W Separate Skirt Special -Tomorrow choice offerings, nan-Tailored Suits--300 special new models and nov- ri^F^
%f m \\ool Dress Skirts— of the many dainty, new elties in finest Man-Tailored Suits and -Costumes have *$&*>
/r Jtgmiir\ s*>'les in homespuns, cheviots, Venetians and broad- just arrived. Come in many shading They are the ?S*FT '
/ J//B *I*A cloths, ailct you may depend upon them that for uual- handsomest creations we have ever #f* h% 8™ vL3r
/A"'iAiilW. ltv han g and shape they are the best that ft* c£» been able to offer at 345.00 $32 BO *fel^#' *\ J*C-\
/OTU >) ''an be produced at $17.50 $12.50 J|| gj ' $29.00 and.. D<uu *J4IOU H* •*- *J SSIQL
h^ 11 ,?° ?f-. 50a"i • v•■■;;; , /T Th latest New Raglans, for wear' between winter fi/Wf^
MmST Silk Dress Skirts-1,,) new pieces, skirts that embody and spring, in the new Oxford and castor shades \\ !•
fPsSfini / the best style and ideas of noted mod- gffc d| ■■ prices range from $38.50/I%^ tf«k ■■» ff» t&lJk)
»v Ewftjl ■•'• els—trimming, shape and drop correct J» 1 |f|s down *«W H ■« X jf% Vr*fY I
i^Br S^/ in ever >'tletair> ut $35 $20.and *** a** to *JP » B« w /I} h/
f'll'Jsil ift-'lrhA Women's Stylish New Spring Top Coats—22-iu. long, f -*_ w L* Knn .„ w . „, .. „ , J I Ly\
WlKMiEm* half fitting backs, $35 $20. and all wool g^ m* to . $1.85 SSfi&tt 11 %0 m rialdißack j Mil
Je 11m %; \ Women's Stylish New Spring Top Coats—22-iu. long, f-k- A » pm-**™ (ll «- , tJ , •, - • I /,/»
W|'r half titling backs, fly front style, all wool £fr £> r $1.85 IKASrU 1 mid Back Mil
ImPI IMW ('HStOr 1 ooyert cloth, silk lined throughout, 2|s £| tXtra &O ISft Forsr'-°° All Wool Cheviot.and jAl\\
vJPJf^lsilk^ special values at $10 $8.75 and *¥* *& **'"« ray Homespun Skirts. Jr i ;■ I A
BpiliaKrm Tailor-Made Suits— ln smooth and rough effects, in j -25 Hou $efo to $3°° Wrappers and S\ i 1 4U\
•iBIlllSBsS? black brown, blue, gray Oxfords, castor and tan CnA^alo 1 «%#% Fnriinn^^iJw . /-? ! \V\
Wt^vJH shades-clever new styles and shapes-every effort is OpGCialS 600 Jtyie* ans °° raDl>erß< ia:njany / I | fc\
being made to Show you the rffifc g^i <^f| EP" <feO BA i'or choice of Winter Jackets, if"^—ft""■"•l--""Jfc;!^
the pradnsl vi'iies ever for $12,50 llloosHll—- \?:^We^M* £?jF*~'
UiQqniliin.l « S5 Ofl Fo, r cholca cf Winter Jackets,
i.","h', ™ lOi3U sji 19 «iiu _„- , „,." .-Tt- (^ <*»•*■** IF values to $25.00.
New Spring Dress Goods Continuing the Silk Sale Black Dress Goods
1 We urge you again to buy early, before the w»^w vrvr
Such a magnificent showing of the lat- s^, s become broken. This sale places us Bi Rflro . ains nlMliitt in * ocH
estand newest things in Dress Goods JJ"J^« r in the lead «n Silk selling «f the °Ig Bargains-Splendid quakes in fash
was never before assembled under one Northwest. Wa9h Silk pl •. , , « # . lonable weaves*at remarkable low prices,
was never before assembled under one Heavy Corded Wash Silk Plaids, in beautiful ". ''- 1
roof. Our leadership is more than ever pinks, light-blue, heliotrope, light greens, old 40-m. Black Mohair Grenadines: in stripes -,
assured for the spring season, as you will rose, etc.; Heavy Corded Wash Stripes, in over squares and plaid effects worth 60c- black I
agree when you see our display. Don't %S^ in^S^mff%^r!^ figured Satin Soliels, 12 mw designs', high ;
allow anything to keep you from this sale. e^tv^^^^ii^^tt^M lust^ worth 39c; black 40 in. new figured '
~ , -, „ i -r. .. ■ n . ■ a . „ . pure silk, equal to any Too satin JH 0% Jacquards; black Mohair Bril- AUt M
Colored all wool \ enetian Cloths in high shown; Black Figured Taffetas: £§,%%(* liantines; black Homespuns at JLiUiG
colors; all wool Crepe de Chines in beau- worth to Toe; at, per yard —r%&%9 *»««, mm **&**
tifulstreet and evening shades; all wool Colored Taffeta Silks for si)c instead of 80c; 59 Black 45-in. Pebble Cheviot: black 4G-in. '
French Printed Challies, in 50 choice de- pieces splendid heavy quality, in all the leading figured Satin Cloths;; black 42-in. all wool
signs- aU wool Albatross in |-||^ | &X?&JA?£?vLF££2A *££T'^l^^ f^'
all colors. Per yard %J%JF\J all the staple shades and fully equal to anything Wack all wool Habit Cloths; black Mo-
Q •,,- • i ii)l ,1 m • i • offered elsewhere at We; the en- eg" *•* ' hair Brilliantines, worth to O sT^
bpecial 4-o-in. colored Pebble Cheviots in tire line on a special counter at, fl^^* 75c. Per yard BJmjll^
choice shades of old rose, French grays, per yard %JP%P%O J ' -•• **o^r%o
national blues, browns, tans, tf^||| $1.25 Silks at 75c— High grade fancy Silks. A -00 pieces black 44-inch Pierola Cloths, high !
reseda, navy etc At yard GjlOO great offer. Over 5.000 yards in this season's grade, rich, lustrous, black Pierola Cloths, in 12
<«B7 w *"" most choice designs, including 50 pieces beauti- choice new designs, in stripes and raised figured
All wool Tricot Cloths- -40-inch Figured f»l Lace Stripe Taffeta, iv pink, light blue, re- .ct, s 'verv stylish tor entire suits or skirts, j
(-JrAnitP ' m ft . «nlirl ' onlnroil OMnib seda, grays, tans, new blues, etc., embroidered in /■ his lot comprises an over import order of a
granite Cloths; solid colored n Granite both black and colored effects; also 45 pieces leading black goods importer that came our way, '
Olotns: Colored Cashmeres in all the new Cheney Bros.' high grade Satin Stripe Taffetas, at less than half the real value and is conse
colors, including: evening £P^ O 3" in an the choice coiorinsts; exquisite cord-■■■■■■ " ' quently offered, instead of its real ■■■ |^fc
i i T> i rt Jr W^li ff^ ed Taffetas, in all Hie swell evening tints; £ w^. value SiT) .1 \irc\ for thu f^v Sl^^Sl^k
shades. Per yard.. -&3C '^S^^l^.?^^:^^; £DC tremely pr^of,' yard ' **'. OSIC
n—— mam —^——n——o—^—^—^^^^a^^^—m—.—__^__ I
A Great SllCCe<s<s Muslin Underwear Dept. Women*; M^rl^\^P»«if
Cat oucteto One lot of Flannellette Gowns and short vv omen s i>ecKwear.
The sale of the A. W. Davis & Co.'s stock of Skirts, in dainty stripes of pink and blue, all Another large lot of those fine embroidered
Carpets, Rugs and Draperies, bought at 65c on neatly made; our 5( lot for Thurs- AFA _ turnover collars, usual value 25c <ff|«* <
the dollar- we mention but a few prices- 1 day only &*frG each, special | \3\»
everything* equally low. One lot of fancy Aprons, made of fine Organ- 25 dozen Xet Ties, trimmed with tfj &**
— Aipperre dies, all trimmed in fine lace and ribbons, lace, reg. 50c quality for each £mW%9
tifinrtis our 79c and s»c lots, your choice *%*%*! ——————
Best all wool Extra Super Ingrains—so styles, for Thursday only ....'... 4£«9G Wash Goods Department
special SSlnril vnni PriCe **'' °Ur 4-4-C One lot of women's and children's Skirts and Best shirting rants; the ec grade, sale «i
special sale price, \ard. -»- women's Drawers, neatly trimmed in laces price, yard _ ..«5 2 C
Hemp Carpets—Sold by A. W. Davis & Co. at and emdroidery. These are all high grade Best Amoskeag Apron Ginghams, ail styles; sold- gr-,,
12!^; we makes price on four styles, per A A goods, but being soiled you will * E"f*_ « 70* v lt prk'e ' yard • °**
yard ...v,;..,..;.'..:: «f C find them exceptional bargains at.. 6if C S£ to^sSl*prt^S# j "*" 9o
Axminster Carpets—Large line of this season's —————.——i— Fine Printed Hemstitched""jJiniitVes, plain and fIR-.
patterns, bought to sell at $1.25: your <£»£?)«* I'hursdav a m. t , . -'■ »red, great variety of colorings and styles; a 4 g=~
choice of 50 pcs.,with or without border O5fC ' n« v for NotlOim T" cUue- Bale price, yard I°C
»_ _______, uay lor l \JVI\JIIZS, Fine Batiste, white and linen, colored grounds 4K a
DRAPERIES Waterproof Skirt Binding, black only 41 1 wlth Worked dots; a :isc vaiue- Sale i' rlce > yd ■ ****
Lace Curtains—ln the A. W. Davis & Co.'s line extra wide. Thursday, yard I 2 C F! n w' soft flnished Madras Ctottis, white grounds,
Micwuruuiu mtiißA. H.L»d\ibi\to.s line «Aua wive. inuraaav, yara B2«J> with colored merceiized stripes:' value S6c. QC£a
ot Curtains we mention one special bargain for Rubber Cuffs, black and white wash- 4A^ sale price, yard " .^OC
J hursday —500 Brussels and Irish Oft** -title Thur«d-iv pair laO ' ——*———— *-
Point effects,worth up to $3.75 pr., each »9c Pafetv Pins sizes 1 and Wall niVk P l nlat A H Jewelry Department
Down Cushions-In all sizes and qualities; a the 6 kinU that G opens on 'both iwe^ol SSSSSfST S^° le" ?&** reg"" 4«C
5! bat rgaiU moUrl6"m " '^^ 250 '»»'««day. P erdoen : 2C SerC sSerSrf CUain nra^eu; witli fi2«
quauiy &1..... &mmr*jf —_—^____________ locks; our $1.00 styles. Thursday ! ©S»C
Window Shades— line of colors, 4Q A _, ;•; , The largest assortment of belt buckles, very ftC«
with all fixtures, each :. lw(| Children S BOX Reefers. latest dip effects; extra values Thursday, each dZ*9%*
■^-—-^—^————i"^——■ >, „ „ , ... * Cuff Links, rolled gold plate, 50 styles; very OK«%
h-^;-;i —, New Box Reefers for chilaren. made of all wool Ker- latest; 35c to 60c values. Thursday, choice &wu
. Belts and Chatelaines !fortb(£ Vn Vet ? 01lar> slzes t0 .* yearSl $2.48 We have the most complete line ol shamrock novelties.
Thursday Shoppers' Opportunities. Clearance sale in Winter Skirts and Jackets. ftA A Women*; HfKsif»t*V New Spring
Women's Gilt Belts with fancy gilt buckles, each 25c on sale at ©SIC Women » IlOSJer). styles.
Women's Satin fold Belts, withfancv gilt buckles; also ———————————————— Women's fancy cotton hose, fun seamless, in royal
I.'Aiglou Belts, values up to 85c. Thursday. eft- XT t- . „,, •j. blue, red, pin pie and black grounds, with fancy de
each.... ; ' due New Tucked Waists. signs; also polka dots in colored grounds. jg
Beaded Chatelaines, frames/chain-" Qtr^ v- •' ▼> *H&LS,. . An Immense assortment to select Irom. A 15©
and catch, worth 50c. Thursday, each OOC New Tucked Percale or Chambray Waists. newQO. WomeS''s flnl v rotton ' ii.wn "hnih'YAr&n * —
i bishop sleeves, tucked cuffs. On sale at ...... »»C JSK^yin^Wl^^^ JgSffS
«■ w « - Heavy Percale Waists, dark blue and white OC A tical and round-about stripes. Choice, pair ■"•****
nair Qoods /n H Rnlrr>vi»\ ' stripes, good value at 59c. Onsaleat.... Jac Women's Imported Lace Stockings, in e?d"fe^
nair uooas (^^^.) , .——; __, . iss tsse?ssii?gs:.sOo.
Switches of the best Imported French C ntt U n^r M nn + T\^ £^"'^^«BS III^S;BOC
Hair in all shades. janitafy Jllfiat IlCpt. kqij red, per pair- 1 • ', mftfU
i- 2?lncn:.V.si!BO IS::|J:oB Having remodeled the Cold Storage Plant we Furniture IWt '
vfM 23-inch.... $2.50 inch. .$3.00 are now in a better position to cater to the lUlllllUlW l/Wl/l»
ijPj . ■ 26-inch $3.75 meat wants of the public than ever before. (Third Fioor) f Wj 2 §
tH Large stock of fine gray and white In proof of above statement we make the For Thursday only. 3 M ill
/mMs Switches at lowest prices. following exceptionally low prices for Thurs- „ ll ■/ I
m NOTICE-We make Switches to day and Friday on Beef cuts. sOCobWerleat Mm' I JBNk
« iTootrsisoaXduSV^e c ROASTS STEAKS Arm Rockers. \\\ 1 |Ljig F
■fiS°aiS^rS^i ril«|R^ p S.n^.^..Mo SSSSR?: 7C Finished in imi- 11 M«|
||^9 for women from.. ■■ A O v rot Roasts. c*» ft™ Hound steak, ■• n« tation mahogany, 1 ..11f1l
i4J H Natural Curly l'ompa-© 4"7 C :iny ' 1b...«M» 01. any cut. 11. IUC coldeu elm and jgi_ »?*3J
Qi 00- ■ 1..91.75 S'S-r.if.iOc SgSriK* 11c aSS F!^^^T »
,«SSS^S:BOo7BC' .K»TSs d:ioc S rt.r e....i2ic •w*« f^^V
. . . ■-. . The above prices will interest buyer* for boarding $1 BTT& M_^*aWr 1 S
Shampooing, HairdreSSlllg and Mam- (ftC^* houses and hotels. Our delivery system reaches all |l 42s&8SBS£* >1 JS&r
Curing each faOC parts of the city, promptly. — ■ lll"lww pt^T
IN A NUTSHELL
Honolulu—Local self-government may be
granted to the leper colony.
Omaha—James Callauan pleaded not guilty
ior alleged connection with the kidnapping of
Kdward Cudahy, Jr. The court fixed the trial
• r March 20. Cal!aha:i will be nm tried ou
the charge of robbery.
Chicago—Prison-made brick from Bridewell
way be used for half the city work. The
city will save about $2 a thousand. Bridewell
also is making preparations to furnish
cracked stove for street purposes.
San Antonio, Texas- The twenty-fifth an
nual meeting of ihe Cattllt.- Raisers' Associa
tion of Texas has adopttd a resolution rec
ommending ac assistant U> the secretary of
agriculture to have charge of the live stack
interests.
Denver, Col.—The house of representatives
has adopted Senator Bu<klius bill providing
! for a coustituitonal amendment to establish
v laud tax bused ou the Australian system.
Each county decides whether-it will accept its
I provisions. It will be voted on by the people
in IM2.
Stanford University, Cal.—President D. S.
Jordan and Dr. O. P. Jenkins of the physiol
ogy department have been deputed by the
government to go to Hawaii and superintend
a year's investigation of the fishes and nsh
laws of the islands. They will be accompa
nied by several easteiu scientist?.
Newport News, Va.—On her builders' trial
trip the battleship Illinois, uuder a moderate
forced draught the ship's indicator showed
her speed in a two hours' run to average 1&2
luths an hour with 107 revolutions. The con
tract requirements call for sixteen knots an
nour with HO revolutions.
Burlington. Kan.—Mr*. Allen, on trial here,
charged with instigating the murder, last
April, of her husband, John H. Allen, a weal
thy Ottumwa merchant, has L^en acquitted.
Jim Harris, who had confessed that he shot
Allen and asserted that Mrs. Allen planned
the murder, refused to testify against Mrs.
Allen.
Niagara Falls. N. V.—Experiments just
completed have demonstrated the practicabil
ity of lighting up tne laas by electricity.-
I New and powerful apparatus, made in Sche
| nectady, operating searchlights, will here
after enable visitors to see the falls at night.
The power operating the plant is furnished by
the falls themselves.
Washington—Caesar Celtt) Moreno, for
years a familiar character, died here from a
stroke of paralysis. Moreno had visited nearly
every civilized, portion of the world, and
claimed several rulers, as his friends. .., Ho
organized the first steamship company under
the Chinese flag. ; In 1872 he organized a
trans-Pacific cable company, in which Leland
Stanford was interested, lie. was for a time
King Kalakaua's prime minister.
CABLE FLASHES
London—The estate of the late Sir Francis
Cook, husband of Tennie C. (Martin, Is valued
at £ 1.600,000.'
j St. Petersburg—The czar's youngest sister
: is engaged to Duke Peter of Oldenburg, son
i of Duke Alexander.
Berlin—The official bulletin issued in re
gard to the kaiser's condition states that the
I wound continues to heal without hindrance
I and that the swelling has decreased;
Paris —President Loubet has conferred a
! gold medal upon Chief George C. Hale of the
Kansas City fire brigade, which gave exhibi
tions here during the international exposition.
■ Berlin— Siegfried Wagner and the inteudant
i of the court theater- at Munich have settled
(their trouble over, .the repeated postpone
' ments of lierr Wagner's opera, "Herzog
I Wildfang," and the work will be produced
' March 21.
i London —It is probable that one result of
John D. Heaiy's visit to London will be the
organization of a rival to the North American
company, which has hitherto enjoyed almost
a monopoly of the transportation facilities of
that country.
, London—Lord Pauncefote, the British am-
I bassador at Washington, has been appointed
a member of the privy council. The ambas
sador, by virtue of his position, was a mem
ber of the late queen's council, and the ap
! pointment is presumably a mere formality
i consequent upon the ascension of King Ed
i ward to the throne.
London—The British naval estimates for
i ...... - - . ■
3902-2 amount to £30.573 ( 500, an Increase of
I over £27,000,000, chiefly for shipbuilding.
There is an increase of 3,745 in the number
of officers and men. The new shipbuilding
j —■—— _■ ■ . ...
lAJj M. Pasteur, of France, invented a process for kill- §&||
ing all possible germs in a product, aaid we use it. Wfm
After each bottle of Schlitz beer is filled and sealed [^Ili
rTj it is sterilized.
&jg This is an extreme precaution. The beer is brewed
in extreme cleanliness, cooled in filtered air, then
BB filtered. It seems impossible for a taint of impurity to tLj
[JO get to it. Yet we sterilize every bottle.
mm We, who know brewing, know the value of purity. s warn
i^§^ We add vastly to the necessary cost of our beer to jr?H
i^^ assure it. You who drink it get the healthful results of Vvj
our precaution. Your physician knows; ask him.
bttj 'Phone Main 707, Scblitz, 1209-11 Fourth St., Minneapolis.
i^^ Every Bottle Sterilized ESw
program provides for three battleships, six
jrmored c*ilsfis. two third-class cruiser-s.
teu torpedo boat destroyers, five torpedo
boats, sloops of war aud five submarine boats.
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