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Supreme Justice audi County Judges
Elected in Wisconsin.
Majors of That - Faith for Mankato
and Faribault Gen
> erally Win*.
Milwaukee, April 3.County elections
were held throughout the state yesterday,
and nearly all the cities and towns elected
tickets. As a rule, party, lines were
eliminated. Joshua Erick ' Dodge was
elected to the supreme bench without op
position. Four nonpartisan judges were
elected In Milwaukee county.
Milwaukee returns Indicate the elec
tion of the following ticket: Circuit judge,
L. W. Halsey; county judge, P. D. Car
penter; municipal judge, A. C. Neelen;
municipal;court clerk, E. E. Woller.
Madison—"W. G. ' Zimmerman (rep.) was
elected county judge by about 800 ma
jority, and Professor Storm Bull, a nephew
<.>:" Ole Bull (dem.), was elected mayor.
Cumberland—The entire republican city
ticket was elected. Mayor, Sidney H. Water
man; treasurer, Fred W. Miller; assessor,
Peter A. Johnson; aldermen, D. M.. Parry,
1). H. Keyes, H. L. Williams and G. L. Luff;
supervisors, M. Doty, H. C. Doolittle, F. E.
Dllley and G. I. Constance; judge, A. F.
Wright, C. W. Meadows (Ind.).
Marshfleld—The election resulted in a re
publican victory. Mayor, Fred Vollmer;
clerk, C. S. Vedder; treasurer, J. C. Dorpat.
Appleton— llammel (dem.) was re
elected mayor by over 500 majority. - The
democrats also gain in the council.
New Richmond—The straight democratic
ticket was elected with one exception, John
McClure (rep.) being elected Justice by 5
majority. Benjamin F. Powell was elected
mayor, James J. Galvin treasurer and Leon
ard Taft assessor. No license carried by 47
Osceola— P. Durdick. president; E. W.
Keeper, clerk; B. A. Heald, treasurer; C. W.
Staples, supervisor; L. H. Garllck, assessor.
Sparta— election resulted in a repub
lican victory. Lioense carried by 90. It was
voted to put in several blocks of brick pave
Black River Falls— A. Bright, mayor;
W. C. Jones, treasurer, and H. M. Weller.
assessor, all republicans. License carried
by 88.
Alma—Mayor, John Vollmer (rep.) clerk,
Chris Fuoter (rep.); treasurer, P. E. Ibacii
(dem.); assessor, Peter Grass (dem.). The
proposition to build a new city hall was
voted down. \.\»,r
St. Croix Falls—St. Croix Falls goes wet
by _ majority. F. W. Walker, . president:
John Commer, A. Anderson, George H. Ely,
J. Berger, A. J. Hoglund, A. Berquist, trus
tees; Fred Naeon, clerk; J. B. Churchill,
treasurer; H. D. Baker, supervisor, and
Thomas Peck, assessor.
Thorpe—President, George Zillmann; trus
tees. Herman Banderob, W. L. Parkhill,,
James Heagle, George Burke, Louis Johnson
and F. L. Tallman; clerk, J. B. Backman;
treasurer, Chris Tiedemann; assessor, W. K.
Popp.; supervisor, George Parkhill.
River Fall.—The republican ticket was
elected. .Mayor, G. W.. Chinuock; assessor,
George E. Pratt; treasurer. Wellesley Van
natta; justice of the peace at large, A. T.
Carroll; aldermen, Lewis Piatt, C. F. Win
ter, O. T. Barg, Ed Elertson; supervisors.
James Dunn, J. E. Johnson, Isaac M. Beers
and C. R. Morse. License carried by 24 ma
jority. - ■•
Prairie dv Chien— Mayor. Charles Grells,
Sr. (dem.): clerk, Fred Evans idem.); treas
urer, Frank Smrcina (dem.); assessor, Georg.
Oswald (rep.); marshal, Linduock (dem.);
police justice, George W. E. Harington
idem. ). y -: •". y'yT-'
Chippewa Falls— republicans elected
Louis Fletcher mayor; Ned Outhwaite, clerk;
Rufus Wands, treasurer. The democrats
elected Pelletier assessor.
Racine— Higgins (dem.) was elect
ed mayor by 500 majority. The republicans
elected the rest of the ticket and a majority
of the council. '";~':*."y-
Fond dv Lac—A democratic mayor and a
democratic majority of the aldermen were
elected. A republican county judge was
elected. :-.--.' .r y.
—Janesville "went republican by
an increased majority. Mayor Richardson
was elected by 420 majority.
Washburn—No issues or party lines were
drawn. Chairman, Nels Nelson; supervisor,
Tobias A. Oscar and Joseph Arsenau; clerk,
probably C. O. Swoder; treasurer, Nels A.
Lee; assessor, George F. Morgan, W. H.
Irish of this city is-elected county Judge.
Oshkosh—The democrats carried the elec
tion, John Mulva being elected by 349 ma
jority for mayor. The republicans carried
the city last fall by nearly 500.
Wausau—The democrats elected all city
officers and sixteen out of eighteen members
of the council. JWW
Sheboygan—The democratic party "elected
its entire city ticket.
Marinette—The democrats elected Campbell
for mayor by 400 majority; also city treasurer
and assessor. ':-'..:>
Waukesha—The entire republican- ticket
was re-elected by an increased majority
County Judge M. S. Grisv.old and Municipal
Judge D. S. Tular were elected.
Eau William Rowe (rep.) was re
elected mayor.
La Crosse—Joseph Boschert (dem.) was
elected mayor by a small majority. The
council Is democratic.
Stevens Point—All the present city officials
were re-elected. Only a republican alder
man and one republican sunervisor were
elected out of a possible six. ' Scattered re
turns indicate the election of G. L Park as
county judge by 300 plurality over J A
West Superior— returns show the
election of Louis S. Larson for county judge
over Myron Reed idem.) and D. E Roberts
(md.) hy a plurality of 161. W. E. Haiiey
(md.) is elected municipal judge. The re
publicans get six out of ten aldermen, with
one, tie. This will give them a large work
ing majority. Several close contests resulted
and the most interest was in the election of
ward officers.
Grantsburg—License was voted down by a
307 Nicollet Avenue.
All the new- "v^^^^^'
est Leathers WnT. } J
—Patent Vici, Wj fl I
: Patent Calf, JO ' I
; Enamel and JpJ f- h \
! Perfect fitting and handsome
;looking-ail q**_-j *****
styles «PfLs B gsQj?
1 See our "Gloria" Boots for
Misses sizes 11 &*&% "^ BS
! to 2, only . <&__._ £ O
I Gloria Boots for Children, sizes
IB^ to 10| made on foot shape
I lasts —Special, m*tj ff|il
; only ;V;..... 9-b*bW
good majority. The" old tickets were re
elected. ..-'--.-i-.-y. -.-,". ,y.
Arcadia—Mayor, '. L. E. • Danuser; *v clerk,
George Mathys; trustees, J. R. Davis, J. T.
Haines, Andrew J. Christ, .Charles W. Lubs,
Thomas Barry and R. P. Rainey; assessor,
Joseph Cyslwski;;; treasurer, Joseph Ruth;
supervisor, F. C. v- Richmond; . justices, G. J
Mathys and J. A. Rainey; constable, Samuel
Penny; police justice, C. H. Studu
Racine—The hottest contest was on Judge
of the flrst judicial district.'.; E. B. Belden
carried Racine county by 2,800, Kenosha coun
ty by 1,400, and John B. Simmons carried
Walworth' county by 1,500,' giving Belden a
majority of 2,700. Max W. Heck was elected
county judge and William Smeidlng munic
ipal Judge of Racine county.- .■-, .y y. -
Bayfield—Yesterday's election resulted in a
victory for Currie G. Bell (rep.) for chairman
over William Knight, by 319 to 192. Super
visors, H. ; Wachsmuth and John Kranzfleld
treasurer, S. L. Boutin :> clerk, A. G. , La
bonte; assessor, Joseph Lambert. .
In Minnesota-
Crookston—The vote polled was lighter
than last year, as leading citizens failed to
Interest themselves. Nat Campbell (dem.)
: was re-elected over M. R. Brown (rep.) by
! a majority of eight; Hugh Robertson, treas
i urer; A. A. Lancton, clerk; E. If. Lancaster,
assesor; G. H. Holt and John McLean, jus
tices; James Greenhalgh and A. A. Glenn,
constables, all republicans, won out. The
aldermen are divided ;. politically. C -A.
Hitchcock, G. ;S. Chesterman ■ and W. .E.
Slocum are republicans, John Latheson, J
E. Morrisey, P. J. Lachapelle and M. Sulli
van are democrats.
Mankato—Nic Peterson (dem.) was elected
over A. G. Meyer (rep.) and F. M. Currier
(md.) Peterson represents the wide-open
element. Peterson's vote was 864, Meyer's
640, Curiera 487. The aldermen elected are
j Alstrom, Leonard, Taylor, Wilcox and Eck
-tad, while there is a tie between Heinz and
Weed in the fourth ward. The republicans
gain three aldermen.
Hastings—E. E. Tuttle (rep.), was re-elect
ed mayor, and M. W. Child (dem.), city
Albert Lea— only contest was on
alderman in the first ward, and J. C. Jen
son was" elected. Mayor Dunn, Treasurer S.
B. Keller aud Alderman H. Wohlhuter In the
third ward were re-elected without opposi
tion. Augustus Armstrong was chosen aider
man at large and C. L. Swenson for the long
term and A. C. Sorenson for the short term
alderman in the second ward.
Willmar—President, George W. Taylor
aldermen, flrst ward, William T. Markhus
and M. T. Sandbo; second ward, John Wil
liams and F. Wold; third ward, T. K. Stal
land and Louis Moline; justices, Axel Roise
and George H. Otterness. License carried by
a majority of 26.
Sauk Center—M. Hogan, mayor; CM.
Sprague, treasurer; W. Pangburn alderman
of the first ward and L. S. Bishop alderman
of the second ward.
Le Sueur—The tax for a public library was
voted down nearly two to one. Mayor, J. H.
Termath; assessor, T. H. Smullen; alder
men, S. M. Tousley and L. Hayford; con
stables, Fred Jones and H.:Hinzle; justice.
W. H. Stewart.
Anoka—N. H. Hanson was elected mayor,
E. S. Goeldner assessor, C. J. Edgerton treas
urer, James H. Ege municipal judge, P. F.
Orr constable, E. L. Curial, C. I. Cook and
Theodore Veidt aldermen. -•
Rush City—The people's ticket was elected.
President, H. Jalmar Anderson; council, M
Challeen, E. J. Boyle, Emil Larson; treas
urer, J. Ruppe; recorder, J. Sommer; school
board, Dr. Stowe. Karl Ramberg; justice of
the peace, J. J. Squires. License carried by
26 majority. ■ '..•.. , ; ..
New Dim—The question was on the matter
of issuing $30,000 electric light bonds for a
municipal plant. The proposition carried—7l6
in favor, 70 against. Flor was elected alder
man, of the first ward, Andrew Amann sec
ond, Peter Manderfeld third. - : -
Blooming Prairie—President, 'M. M. Guth
rie; trustees, M. J. Keenan, E. W. Cooley
and George E. Johnson; recorder, A A
Finch; treasurer, O. P. Rask: assessor," Ira
Smith; justice, W. L. Bucken; constable,"
James Birgin;" street commissioner M
O'Brien.. - ;-■"--•■• •";
St. William H. Mueller defeated A.
Carlson for mayor. The aldermen elected
were Albert Burg and J. J. Snyder; treas
urer, C. Baberich. .Vl". ....
Faribault—Mayor, Peter Ruge; aldermen,
Goerge Leib, John Kasper, Henry Klemer
and Clem Wall; treasurer/Charles Pill. The
mayor and all the aldermen, except Klemer,
are democrats. There were over 1,200 votes
cast. .... .-^.•-y.i, „...'-.-.■;-.-„-,.-,. ...'
Fergus' Falls—M. T. McMahon was elected
mayor by a majority of 158. Treasurer, F.
J. Evans; assessor, J. Nelson; justices,
George F. Cowing and B. J. Johnson: alder
men, first ward, O. O'Hara; second ward,
D. M. Brown; third ward, E. J. Wegger
fourth ward, C. D. Wright. License carried
by 48 majority... _ - .-. .- :
Wabasha—Mayor, George Schultz; recorder,
H. J. Paine; treasurer/ C. O. Lund; alder
men, J. A. Peck.M. W. Daly, J. G. Billed
Christ Grass.
St. Vincent—Trustees, D. Cameron P; A
Lemasurier. J. P. Ryan, W. F. Mackay and
R. P. Clapp. They are all members of the
old board. .-'. r - y. -
In North Dakota. .
Devils Lake—This was an 'off* year, only
aldermen being elected. In the first ward C. '
O. Russel, in the second F. W. Cockburn and
in the third S." L. Wineman were elected.
Hillsboro— following aldermen were
elected without opposition: First ward, G.
P. Feihn; second ward, P. G. Swenson; third
ward, P. S. Peterson.
Grafton— main contest was for the of
fice of mayor. J. D. Lewis received the fol
lowing vote: First ward, 70; second, 70*
third, 49; total, 189. W. C. Leistekow, first,
ward, 65; second,. 62; third, 127; total, 254.
The following city officers were elected, with
out opposition: A. E. Cobb, treasurer; G. R.
Gullikson. assessor; T. »D. Casey, justice
! John Cook, Alex McLean and G. C. Heder
: were elected aldermen. The following were
elected ward justices without ■ opposition:
First. O. Overson; second, G. R. Kullikson;
third, H. A. Ball.
In South Dakota.
Huron—J. A. Cleaver, mayor; B. M. Row
ley, clerk; George C. Fullenweider, treas
urer; R. B. Brockway, police magistrate; J.
i T. Ohlwine, assessor; aldermen, first ward,
i J. N. Shelton; second. Will _. Miner; third,
R. D. Whorton; fourth, J. C. Cogswell. Li
cense carried by a small majority.
I Big Stone Mayor, G. J. Yonker; coun-
I cllmen, T. F. Forsyth andi C. Puder; mem
bers board of education,' F. D. Miller, An
drew Wolf, G. .F. Peabody and S. R. Gold.
, There was no opposition to any one except
[ Miller, who was the regular nominee and
i who won out by three votes.
I Watertown—The .--republican.-ticket was
| elected without opposition. --D. C. Thomas is
| mayor. - - ;. - ■rf-3^' ■<•...■
j Tonus- Man Who Tried to Shoot May
Buckley, the Actress.
New York, ' April 3. — Robert Hayden
I Moulton, who shot two theatrical man
; agers while trying to shoot May Buckley,
I the actress, in the Rathskeller, two weeks
j ago, is in a Ditiable state in Belevue
! hospital. He does not realize where he is
j and does not recognize anyone except his
j mother. v , ,
Low Rater, via "The Milwaukee." .
Account various conventions and meet
! ings .the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
i railway has arranged, to. sell round-trip
\ excursion tickets to the points and at the
extremely low rates mentioned below:
Milwaukee Sell April 12 to 18, return
i limit April 23, $12.95: - -
Philadelphia—Sell May 11 to 18 return
; limit June 3, $39.35. y. '"•;.*■'*_-;•'
St. Louis—Sell May 11 to 17, return limit
■ May 21, $21.35. *
Low rate round-trip tickets to a large
1 number of points in addition to those
: mentioned above, in the southeast, south
i and west, on sale first and third Tuesdays
of each month up to and including June
I 1901. .: y M-_¥..;.:■ y \~.\ y ■,', ■
For further information see "Milwau
kee" agents or ' address; J. T. Conley,
j Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
I "The. Land of the Sky" Country.
Avoid the rigors of early spring. in the
; north by going to the mountain section
i of western North Carolina, one of the
i most beautiful countries on earth; with
! climatic advantages second to none. In
■ this region are situated the attractive re-
I sorts of Asheville, Hot Springs, yon.
■ Sapphire and Black Mountain, where there
■ are superior hotel accommodations and
j visitors to this country find it at all sea
| ions of the year, most : advantageous. " '"•■■
Round trip tourist f tickets on sale from
all points: For literature", rates, etc.,
write or call on Geo. B. Allen, A. G. P. A.,
Southern Ry., St. Louis. Mo., or. J. C.
Beam, Jr.. N. W. P. A. 225 Dearborn st.,
Chicago, 111. " ,'fi .. ■■•-
Yellow King «.
Your best cigar. The king of Its class.
Don't Get , Left.
Eastern•-Minnesota : railway changes
time. On and after Sunday, March 31, the
night train on Eastern: Minnesota railway
will leave St. Paul at-11:10 p. m., Minne
apolis at m. for Duluth and West
Superior s,Sleepers; ready; at 9:00 p.' m.
§ Flowers and Plants g%I A A MIA RIR (TfIDE Candy Dept. |
2? Easter Lilies in large quantities~ _____ SW T3s_- UIU f__ U _L_ Fresh and pure- A complete line J
J ranging in prices Eft, ___! I °f dainty Novelties for Easter jt
j^"_______^ ÜbvUII w AND ARCADE eamEgg8 ' sc|
| Cut Flowers mail orders filled from this advertisement. sg3:s^ dU\ 15c %
ft Roses, per doz., from.... up OMt? >M S - — — "r *".?': ''ijr.r ■ ' ' •-" found**"™ EggS * • ; %'- 15C ¥
|-__j__3js= taster store News Thursday. gHPi:j*!
¥ a °^6S nCeb' IV Wl tj : Ht)ll_ll.'^|"Ulle designs, p0und_!!..!!....... 15* C __*
1y = , ,_, '" : ' ' ■- '' "•"" ""'"" == ——_-^— r y j/--,,/•.• ; §
■?> ■i'-_^_i_S'^J»Bi___L.' JrJ —V " Easter Offerings in ' ! '''y: p'" vr / .!__-•*_• __■_■__■_■ A? _,
i lF^^^_fW^__^____!;7:::^ Easter Offerings in |-^ , m_r***« $
1,-, .^Sii Women's Spring Apparel caster Millinery. 1
§ ":*'#_^^__T^_4 _^ ';:'_'f;'_^fi_A For Women's Tailor-Hade Suits—in _.ro_*__ ._ Vat. _._-■- _-^"*s'. - __-— * *■*" - __*
5 L/A ,lf\P*^ —\fji/x *^ * __.i)U Eton, blouse and double breasted oreater -in variety. _^i_it___» ' * *
X '/l/^ Ifv V^^C^iC^^ [' i A and covert, black and colors. • "" nm !-» ''*'-"•••''•'•*;- jC I_*_Jl___i_s\ JfS^^^a/^^ &
§ j\%\i ,\ : ' i'^'V A" Fo°r Women's Man-Tailored Suits in More ExClllSive _^___^_ll_^_ffi____TO?7 __>___• __!
__ |W/\l / Nr^t^3l\B3 I I auntX blouse effects, full gored skirt . . __ "«_il^^__«______*«______^T_ ft
ft : T^ "j/ f<^S_M >*_»__? . Il •., with dainty «ounceat bottom, trimmed m IlP»C__.r_ ___F__g__i__^_]__-_ _____ /.■__'
_» L/^ _§9^_M i2V_M 1/ '" wlth *oldand stitched taffeta straps, perfectly tailored and IIS *-*COl£il. '--I^^^_l^^^^»_SßS^^
__ I /'/ _?/_Aioi_?____: '-" r _!"7 A For Women's New Blouse Suits-in black 600 very pretty patterns will . "^P^^^^^g^ ' (fflS^W
'/{ 8/ _WR __s^\ ' *J/.5U and Oxford grey materials. Latest style £j ld^ * <J ur lota and mark <^o'^_^^_i_Si_____^ 2?
* Il- @W \ _J^B_&Sr, 4_ E_ _T__l. to $12.50 for Women's Cheviot Dress ai ue J™* to buy your Easter H„t __
__ \\ <_/ J_W^P%>^ •*&-_> ellU Skirts -latest flounce or flare effects, before the last hour _s_li_P^ /_fi^__!___^ £
™ »\ \ <W I V ilk lU-'S^ plain or trimmed. Eot No. I—Nice Trimmed Hats lllW^^ _J„»________ __
__ \"\e» \\ lh\ F**3_V//T\. __ _ A For Women 's si'^ Dress Skirts—Choice at worth up to 83 and $3.50, £<-> /\A ■' -^^L 1-*'"'" ■-'^'J_»B____B__l^^ ,t __
Y\Xr \\. I 1_ _i^__t_f^!' _pl^| this price of six new dainty styles, plain, pin- 8° Thursday at, each... 4>__. UU ■^^^^^^^^-: *'• #
* 11 _fe_S^KL__fl_r^-_*. gored MJ fl°™t._o\" WHh r°KS °' rUChin(t' ,U" !nT T erJ,v gOo<l °?f BtylUh Hat_"^^» r and shape „p. 2
I i^llSfflf^^r $3-95 SP^«ss_w i^^Bm^^^. $3.001
§ ifs_^-<_lMlliD_._l?^'( •' 3 M/vR\/ __ /_ E_ For Women's Box Coats—from excellent u°t 8 N°. !* nd 4—Consist of over 300 very choice Pattern __>_-_"___¥
_ CJl™! fP^m^^^ 3>0.7_- quality of covert cloth, and full satin «ats worth up to $10.00 each. You can buy one of these jft.S I 111 5
M 1 A^^^^^^f^m :!\ ' lined. \ Bauu. beauties Thursday for, each $4.00 and......:...........;.^V*,"V #.
& lF*4/<//&{'{?^~^^^m\ M i <-_-_l r7K t0 $25 or English Top Coats and Jack- 0n .hundred dozen Children's Mull Hats, in pink, blue, *" _. _ _____?
5 / WTI /3ffS^__ii I __ JO»/ 3 graceful loose or half fitting backs, cardinal, white and yellow, regular 65c and 81.25 %1 lif 1 #
»> {*C._ '^iW * /Ih^^ H Mb, iZ variety of colors, satin or taffeta lined quality at, each, 450and.........v.v.;..y.... • --.-..^-.,--*;. •F *• W ■ »■.'■
I M^Mrl^^/^ __k_i coveX 0111 ' made of covert, cheviot ' melton, whipcord Children's Venetian and Duck Mexican Hats, In all colors' ETA 5
g v>»<s*j4_=--*^^^s^- 9 <-ovens. at, each 5\)C __
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5^ --'.-. • mm^a™amameaammmmmmmmmemmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ffc'
I Women's Easter Gloves. Grand Easter Jewelry Sale Thursday, Friday, Saturday I
g Women's 3-clasp Mocha Gloves, in 25 dozen's women's fine Pique Kid Wriw^MiT'f^ molfwa. mci.' 8 H g M filled Watches, I Hundreds of the latest^novelties 5
© blacks, grays and modes, worth $1.25 Gloves, only a few colors left, regular ranted to wear %^"l0 _SsS_^ vtX^V^™* for2oyears, in Belts and Belt Buckles, Tur- $
V a pair Secial An r $2.00 quality, to be closed Cl Tft American made movemenf re a_ _. Wu or W*ltham works.regular quoise and Turquoise Matrix, set 5
J Thur5day................:... OVC out at, a pair $1.19 y^llTu^^^J^^ SSEa.S^ice $8 48 s^. _? d t* I™''1 ™'' V" H per I
l» . __? __ , , .r * , •*■.-. Easter price $4. 05 X ur master price..... «PO.-_*o thing for Easter; regular values 5
? . CaSter NeCKWeflr 1^c e ...........4.-T.-j# % 7 Confirmation Bracelets, sterling $1.25 to $1.75. Easter £ a -»r- #
__'^. _«««■_" •-•■■ v. * VT * 1 ' - silver.with lock and key ,A r^ price, choice, and $ 1 .__s 5
%9 dozen hemstitched automobile taf- S^S ieS"ithg°ld 7r ._)_»«_ Womexx^ ,-_ gold Our Easter price; .7:. 4-AT Confirmation-Crosses, i^ __
S. feta ties with embroidered dot in all e n^ (henille Neckties with gold ---i sd&^Bfflml )). om*** Bolld gold price <_-*V* Confirmation Crosses, ./\ *
A colors, special Thursday, each »>UC _iiae only, each /t _f_|^__l_____^ Kings, set with opals, Babies' sterling silver Bracelets, gold front engraved lUC 2_
_ ; Ribbons. - Qi^^^„S._,r_gffi »_* a key- P°s"llf l>' Largest line Turquote;* Matrix S
I Xo. 22 al, __ taffeta rihbons uT^ N_T__ velvet rihons, onl, . _ Sf__. *M '"^ J.i?. ____!^__*_,- -. 25C '" *T___S_ wSS I
I»» «"'" °°" "■ SP^al, yd IOC a piece of 10 yards '....".. 15C £___%,.„ and.. $2.50 g__t___* 1 p_ c . 19C £__?___ ] i_"....'l9C I
j Easter Sale of Dress Goods, Silks and Linings. 1
I Black Dress Goods Colored Dress Goods Silk* mike i i_i___ I
5? Black Mohair Grenadines in stylish openwork 300 nieces beautiful sarin «.rrir_. r-h«n*o_ »;i^ *• «__ . _, 4-'lllV*' __7III_a -UIH 11l Via
| stripes checks and plaids, eqJal in Appear- *I™* *? a h^ "•'?» 36 inches wide, Lining Cambric.* ¥
I ance to the 75c quality-also ;_*cv- S___sS.»«!S? "> «_r "« th«hto * __ft^ ; best glove finish, in 3g 2
C figured Satin cloths, extra flne [ [ modes and cardinals, allVoo XthsJir waists S_* *% "% _^ s hn^v* l°_ any Cl3C_^ »U the staple color- jSLj, €
g and heavy, on sale Thursday, XJ^ 1 _ per yard. ' lOr *albts ' at ' ifl/L 51.50 quality shown. Wf^i, ings, reg 6c, yard... *-* W V
« at, per yard ______ l-«^ %• Thursday, yard -^ V^^s' wd.V_7___._k «. • _ •
i Black Cheviots, 52 inches'wide, shrunk and __S__HXt^?_. <_j& _ a r' Venetians, i" Black Satin Duchess <,% feff, j Sff 2S *£_^:^™_.'f
__ sponged, black. 43 inch ■ high ___ _^_ „. all «w_ol Granite Cloths all wool -Sins and •iA* __ Z* 11 Pure silk,, extra f § "Cluster, Ifl »_T T
ft luster Brillianteens; 44 inch 111 CI 1 _*T Fre_A Serge, all wool silk finish Henrietta 111 nn __L IJi^ heavy weight, sells ftIVL sells regular | I|C__ .-»
g wool Pacquan Serges, per yard, mJ^J^, * sale Thursday, at, per yard . . . .! . .\!. . T""W usually »t 75c, yard.. at 20c, yd .....: * ""V! ft
5 at-"- 200 pieces 54 inch acauan . aer _ ._. *w«_il" _______ "««v' *■= v V , grad® Novelty Silks in beauti- Satin stripe sateen Skirtings, #
| Black French Crispins in stylish > i-^k / Bur? famines in every choice^ new _X S_ ' all wool •Ul lace stripes ' satin stripe Taffetas in a beautiful assortment of 5
5 raised effects in figures and /L f\ hair £_ llSnteens iTexquK O __» in all the street and -— -„ .... choice colors, -.-._' #
stripes verj; bright an|^lustrous, g|g^^^^^g|l:g |^^.7Sc IS:. XII/ C t
a» would be cheap at $1.25, yard... luster in choice spring colors at .ervard Ul/V* rich color combinations. / aJ__ less than 50c, I I V->L ft
ft y B ' 'pc yarQ•••••• • $I.2squality.yard * **mr *+s* Thursday,yd.. **/u_.V X
I Etf^fc_S ists««»__._ Drug Dept. Wash Goods Dept W i
Jt Mercerized or plain chambray front or back buttoned, . fine /v __ Easter Specials "• - m_». d^_**- . c . _ *^ "__!/ _»
g tucked yoke effects or surplice style, with white pique vests, i/C.__ - ' - Neat, Pretty and Serviceable. , These for Thursday. Read: -*dl__-*_ 5
JC Others ask $1.50 for same. Our price Thursday .'.. Tansy Blossom Perfume, <? =„ 100 pieces light pretty lawns, neat New Cotton Challles all cream _____^____ &
JJ ,^ Beautiful line Of white lawn Waists, six rows of Per oUtlCe -" ...*.^ C designs. Sale price, 31/ c grounds, pretty Dresden de- e^ y^RStt3_ll J
__ __£_>_. insertion in front.three TOWS Of cluster tuckinc* «. an five-*: ow best bristle Tooth *," a""—; ' /2 s' signs. Sale price, yard JC 4^>___?_flS_r __
_» <__&. in back bishon sleeves with 01 r tU^ Brushes values up to _c. 10C Checked Apron Gin ß hams. heavy Percales and S2-lnc_ Madras Tm\t *
g U^_^fe__i_> embroidered cuffs. Wltn (CT"! C_ __ bmall choice Colgate's To6th Powder blue. Sale price, yard 5C Safe p r _. all wood styles 7^C V*& _m __ V
5 embroidered cuffs. J_l _> I I hlUiill bottle Colgate's Tooth Powder blue. Sale price, yard «5C sale pr_e yard J 7_£C X^____4_P #
A - "^ «*■ |jf Our price T*•V V with each brush. German Shirt Waist Linens, stripes and plain shades. "" *"" «- __2_7*^_^ V
V \* *U' Silk Waists— One special lot of fine Taffeta Pear's Transparent Glycerine oe^ Sale price, yard m _JOC '3B» *J»- 2
® _«%-*_^L Waists, French lace insertions rf» _| . _r_ Soap,l,o^?|[L _. c ••••-,••••• ■_ • _r-v _IL*^ 5
5-*----/^n!_^l__T\'- between rows Of hemstitching, $4. _ (Made in America.) I i_-|_^__ I^_^t__l _•_"*__ ___»*__- _^_SJ. ¥*
ft / illl(ll\V\ former Prices6- 98LThurs- B pecial^^ *^V Nougaret's Violet Sachets. 25c L*iilCll l^WpariniCn t _4*-U?«. 2
J{ /_^ llll^^ \ Children's and Infants' Wear wood Violet Toilet water, made by Napkins and Damasks— Priced for Those Who Buy the &*\m ♦ «s__ S'
X I _^/V llif__lßff \ Lon l? Cloaks of Cashmere with Oft_-7 r _*_ en Robert Louis Sons, London, Sfif, ,-. • "- Best : for the Least. "^ ______ ____(»___ * __»
__. V*X \ Mfii k__V£i \ embroidery on cape.:,,. yOCto^/.SU 4 oz. special »>UC Pn , nVl£lo , v HQ„_, ■■ , w ■yi < ,uw u»»k »V * _f W ll|«gh W,
ft \ \_\ WM:bW/ J Short Coats of Bedford Cord lace CI *_ C. _c _.__• r. fio-ln Bleached Satin Damask, 72-)n. bleached double Satin Dam- -___■_ '_»' ' #•?!__-___ ■__
V wV^lßflrfc./ or ribbon trimmed .' 6.........51.75 to $5 Stationery Department. ?s?j heS v >'- a v„r_ 37c' 2 s. a rich heavy grade, ci no '_ft^T__^__t?^^_S_- ft
f» dainty Bonnets in silk orlmportedy-OC/-yC_ ' l 000 boxes fancy Stationery :In B _— prlCe ' M Sale price, yard $i.UU /_**>C!i__.^Jr_i _S^_ X
5 VX^l^y^ Swiss embroidery..... P ...c. a 25C to $3 _ljk______i^ y per "of * IOC . 72-in. all-linen Satin Damask. Large Dinner Napkins, bleached. >'d^_s_&* !__?__§' _(
__ " I VuX'4 I. M .'_ _. «^I ;- '^ " ftiie, elegant quality. >JS C all linen satin damask CI .A • / _ k^___*S^_t_»__W__.
ft I WX\ Knit Goods Book Department. Sale price, yard *&*» •_ in. square. Do2en X; $1.50 / _9_!_a_____s_C__S_? __
•_» \\* l mbrella Shawls in pretty colors, hand 98c Books. Bibles Faster Cards ass Napkins, fine all linen g^!:.!„.sh7s ________^S__Kirt___ir ;ft
ft made, our $1.50 qualfty, for. y»C lu<*bes square. Sale price, yard 3>1./^ '^^^g^^g^^ V
Hi - "^^^^^/' a '.'"'_,.' ======= ; -:;;, v
1 Women's Hosiery New for Easter Mv? T n Underwear. Corset Department *
0 Women's fine Cotton Hose, silk fin- An imm^seassortment of Women's Children s-Drawers trimmed with W. B. and American Lady, the fashionable military straight front Corsets __»
« Women s fine Cotton, Hose, silk fin- An mtnense assortment of Women's clusterpf tucks or hemstitch-1 n made of imported French broche, in pink, blue and laS
g ish, lull seamless, m fancy opera Pull Seamless Cotton Hose, in fancy "_, all sizes, Thursday../;.:. lUC low bust, low in back and medium short over hios well ' ._ 7 1 111 __
5 shades poUa dots, plain blacks, striped boot top patterns, black and Children's Drawers of _ood muslin Bta yd.with genuine whalebone, and perfect fitting, each M7^»V" ft
* tans, blue, cardinals, lav- AA _- "c^oredgrounds in ath 1 Wvyv trimmed with H___b_^S. We show a dozen different styles in long, medium, and --_-_ '_{
1 E&mmimZamftt l 'C. |^_^e_^|S|i^i hemstitched ruflie, Thu.... ..20c :^^^?? l^^.^f:^^ «" "^ g-d_ 79c I
■a» . - >«-t y - The best assortment of-W omen's Woman's good muslin gowns trim- -'^:^^"^"^•^ - '*■ --"■ •- ■■ - ...■,':'"''""■"":",".■■..■...:..■;,■■./: ft
A Our line of Women's Imported Fan- Cotton Hose in the Twin Cities for mcd" with tucking and Hamburg. ■ ■- -•. ..'cy-" o.,f__ri.n_ h,,,^^^. _ ___
§ Hose has to be seen in order to ;25c per pair. The lot includes Black <^od length and width, .^,>fri o_^--„,l^ h_«. D „ cS"_&_l ._! »oK.^h_. l __ «
0 be appreciated. At 50c, 7Sc to Laces, plain and dropstitch* cotton, Thursday's sale price ...Out DlCyCIc LieDl Bjsem *nf-) equal in the qualities that make * first- 2?
•>> $1.75 we carry a full line of Laces in blacks, tans and Yale blue fu- w_l*_'__» _ y. •*_ _*...*: . , *^ class wheel, as is proven by the fact that 9,
__» in fan. v colon*- also hrilliant li_P* - n hi« ««_■ V_i t_^i _ ' Women's Drawers made With deep ;■.,,_ :■'■'■"• we were not called upon to replace * <£*
««. colors, also brilliant iisles chia, golf red, and every- . .flounce edffed with lace or __- , __ single cone, cup. ball, crank, spoke or __
3* in fancy laces, stripes, and all the thing imaginable in the m. y embroider 5 tESJ""-:3SC X^ '' _^ any part of an ••Olive" during the entire Jt
ft new patterns and colorings impos- ; line of fancy stripes and 7 B_r f .^™wl*^4-V?" -'"" . .»* ■'. <-^__m_. /I ■.-*■•: __g. _ year Your choice of saddles. A V
1 sible to describe. figures: pair --■■•■>.* . -*-f<V-V Cood muslin and cambric Skirts,: V.-^T^^ _/3_^^_ _ rta" "' "reß aDd «ears- $40 ft
ft ••■y--- "•- * - - - •', made with a deep flounce and under ,/3^ •:? :/y_o: : _/_r\ VV ThT.."^"" *.Vi;;_ ,'-12 , ___
I__ ; rC rX _M. noW. con.pieiv filled with f ufli "!.r. «■>* "rorder r . „q^,- U jrWr/lfK Xi $™^"W^^r^T."^; «
I Oar Drapery Dept. or a np?rFSi:Pe^'^ts__ ta—4"«-— v&c I *^m^ ( .))-.SB____«:_____; i ! i
«5> • .... r. . JT Portieres, Table Covers,. Etc., Etc. —'- -; y. ' __ *• ' 1 ""***. ,l_W*''-.^-': -^*C3___y; v--,V_ // 2H-'nch drop. Shelby seamless frame and -»
5 50-inch Tapestry for furniture coy- Lace Curtains~2oo pairs at a special /S^C__S____\ Optical _>^ S_r_o_^_r_en 10r_S__5l <_^H ft
g eriug; also for portieres; a great va- bargain Thursday; real Irish Points, 11P_9| I\S___) n_n_rtm't r^Srs^ price for Thursday only. eclal Wv -^
5 riety of styles, worth up y\ O Scotch Kets and Brussels effects, M_*JX* *^^!__^ ucpauuii For Special Terms Apply _t Depi ft
ft _?u 6 i* Your choice yOt actually worth up toy,. -^ /b-v Over 17.000 people have been satisfactorily _ ■■■■ Special Prices in Bicycle Sundries for Thursday Only. 2_
«^ 1 hursday, yard .... ...... ©4.50 pair, Thursday, V/ J ___ fitted by our opticians. Why can't we fit Foot Pumps, 1_ Inch, 13 inches long. 1 Standard Cyclometers ', «_ f
_> n„-f„;^ „ i-j/... .._ each ' S a** you? If you are in need of glasses we can with steel foot-piece, price ..y.. 250| Call's Instantaneous repair "kits".!". "*"Tf__. *_*
Curtain Muslin—46 inches and 42 aca^-:v.::"^"ry-y-'.-^ - ; -j- . give you the best in fit. style and workman- Best Chain Lubricant "S Wood rim or rubber^cement In 2._."_ans IS •
¥ inches wide, fine quality, _ a Japanese Gold Dranerv—2s y- ship at about half what you would have to ?. est ""'JfX 1? 0"i« "•; ;•.'*. 3° 4-oz. cans, each...;.......;.... 60 X
© worn. 18. . _,i« ! _>r 1 A/T _i au"BO ~ *•", **'.•;„ "° /__r pay elsewhere. Morgan & Wright tire tape, black 3 0 lxe tubes, each " ?_ __
•_. T?dr- 'y- sday ' I _j.Q styles to select from i2c OG cold F.ned spectacles, with best «i 7 . «n liu»rdL«,nß.any color ..... .v. __ 7. inch Grt^^rpair::::.":::::::::::::! j2 ft
A yam *"'.""-:" " "••••• goods, Thursday, halt value, :. ;; . ; quality lenses fitted to the eyes.. *'•'«> "*P Good Saddles, same shape and style as Brown, hard or padded, any color ......;...:..880 25
_ _ _<V_^_«_«__<)*_ilAl>_<_<_a_._._ __L_b__^\__.t__-.__L«__.k__._________.*__..__.-_._-__._____.t_m ""^__________ _-_-_____-____________... V X
[ Sanitary Meat Department!
' The advance on pork has kept the meat market on edge the past *
_ two or three weeks, but keen foresight and shrewd buying has _a
» placed us in a position to make the following very low prices:
I ■ Sr.b HaiDS :^:...::. 8&C perT^ HaT\. Whole.. o.,'. half- 12C ft
\,. Medium Hams, guaranteed, IA/- Bacon, fancy. "" "*" *"_*/. .V. 1 . ___ ,
» Per lb .......lUK per 1b............ . 12j^C .ft
5 BEEF CUTS ' '. r'"""' 3
k .Klbßoiling, per '; -f c Shoulder Steak, per __♦*_£
i- pound .;; •*+' pound . • OC '■ ' 0
I ,^!!°?™_^y:..........7 C; «..-- :*:-- c si
» Pot Boasts, per C,- t\n 7/- _ V" *—*" .." ._»
t»y p0undyy.,.......;..;^ -3C OCVC Porterhouse steak, 12Ucandl5c 3_
» Rib Boasts, rolled, per >- 1A Per pound.... l^__CandlsC ft
•|- p0und..r.V."..:.:;.....'.:.:.. :. lvr Hamburger steak,' v Q,. *
J Rib Roasts, best cuts, per 12.__ per P°un<l "• •- •-• ..........yr.o^ t
** p0und...... 16,73 V, Prompt deliveries. All parts ot city. g
He Denies He Spent.flOO.OOO in the
Cleveland Flection.
New York Sun Special Service '
New York, April 3.—Senator Mark A.
Hanna is looking for Albert L. Johnson,
brother of Tom L. Johnson, just elected
mayor of Cleveland. Senator Hanna in
tends to call Albert L. Johnson several
hard names because Johnson told a re
porter that the senator had put. up $100,
--0 to elect the republican candidate for
mayor of Cleveland. ,
Both men were at the Waldorf-Astoria,
and both had something to say about the
election of brother. Tom. * Mr. Johnson
said: B_6B_B__H
My brother got the votes of the respectable
republicans :. of., Cleveland, notwithstanding
that Senator Hahna-spent $100,000, to defeat
him. Hanna was a very disappointed man
when" he got the * returns t from Cleveland. 1
saw him in the lobby of the "Waldorf, and 1
really pitied him. I offered to shake hands
as a mark of sympathy, but he would not
shake.':....-. vy -■ '■ \jy -.; r-'. '"'■'■
When told what Johnson had said Sen
ator Hanna exclaimed:
: .lie said 1 .pent $100,000. did he? He said
that? It is an infernal lie. I'll look him up,
and if I And him, I'll tell him so; that is,
if he really said that I put up $100,000.
It was only a local election and had no
particular significance as'^^far. as the state Is
concerned. The Cleveland, and other local
elections have nothing to do with the senator
ship.^ - :;. x , , a . y- \ :... >
; : Mr. Hanna started out *to find Mr.
Johnson. ; -,> _ *
Do you want a roof that will never leak?
See W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
-.-'Try one to-day.-*"- r.,'ii--!, ~': *-'*"'''."" . ,:^'~~'Xi&'*l i
Main Question Is Whether the De
" -chested Cabinet Will Stand.
Copenhagen, April 3.—The elections to
the folkething are in progress, to-day. The I
question of reform in taxation figured i
largely in the campaign, but the fight was
mainly on whether the present De Sehested
cabinet shall be sustained or retired.. '..
The secret ballot . law, passed at the
last session of the folkething. is operative
for the first time.
No; Need to Hurry to Catch Eastern
. Minnesota Railway Sight Trains
. for Duluth and Superior.
- The Eastern Minnesota Railway, being
the , Short line - from Minneapolis , to
Duluth, their Night train does not leave
Minneapolis until '11:50 p. y m., giving
ample time to attend Theatrical or Social
.functions. "Sleepers ready at' 9:00-p.' m.,
if desired."• ■.**""*-.■"■".'-■-*.*.:•.:;".■ y- r" ""' *'""*.-.

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