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OPENING SPRING SHOES
Knoblauch 's
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Arcade
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— — 239 Nicollet —■
and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye.
Ladies' patent leather lace,'
welt soles, Gopher line, the
___*._!_. $3.60
f0r.... %P^_. h«__ "4P
Ladies! patent kid. lace, welt
soles" new ££_*]_ _____
Gopher last.. 9«*■«)"
Ladies' patent vici • kid Ox
fords, welt, soles, '"'."''.
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Ladies' vici kid lace, mat kid
tops, turn <£ .$ ______
sole. *_?*_._ WW
Ladies' vici kid lace, patent
tips on Prin- C_„ ___ g||
cess Ida toe..9«*9U
Ladies' vici kid lace, kid tip,
welt sole, new Princess Ida
last, for $2.50
only \P____t_&^s_?
Ladies' vici kid lace and but
ton, on Lon- $2.00
don toe M*__i_W
Boys' never-wear-out calf lace,
..S! 1..„■.... $2.0©
fe ____.$_ .80
lace 1_ Htl
Boys' and youths' box ®8c
calf lace SB O \a
Sample Sale Men's Fine Shoes, worth $3.50 to _2__Q| E__n_
$4.00. Sale price only ....................... 9^ivU
TODD CONVICTED
Alleged Winnipeg Murderer Gets Off
With a Verdict of Manslaughter.
Special to The Journal. ' .;'■•" -v '„ '"-'
■Winnipeg, Man., April 3.—The .trial of
Donald Todd for the murder of John Gor
don, Oct. 17, 1899, was completed last
night. The jury at first failed to agree,
but after beftig locked up all night,
brought in a verdict this morning of man
slaughter. Chief Justice Killam has 're
served sentence. . .
WHEN -:y:
. you rent .a house or
flat, don't forget : to
have it equipped with
one of the telephones
of the y '-■ •-
Northwestern
Telephone .
Exchange Co. .
No home is complete
without it. ,y.;
Lowest Rates.
Best Service.
For information, call
i the Local Manager. -y
OMEGA OIL
' the Chest ... fe* jysflk
or sore throat; or. i f^sT .^v^"""""8^^
into;,your-stomach, / W^^g - m^^__i^JP%9__
and your trouble is "^^ W;.
| subdues and * overcomes the inflammation and" is at
least a hundred times better thana sticky itching, nasty
porous ;_ plaster. Don't lose " "•■■■-•"""••:v-~ *-'-"*:":'- ■'*>••>'■ -
; time fooling with SUCh thingS, Tell your <_ru_„... you ___ o_. w Oil and
"''-I'--- ; ','*—' '."!'<• "i *r /-v •- ... _-^_.-, c> nothing else. .If he refuses to supply you. the
; .but start using Omega, Oil as S_«_s_!____itt_ly«*a: *
-quickly'as you can. ; | ■°">"to«"'^ mr v «.!.'
Shoes &
Men's patent .kid, lace, new
Gopher last, tfiO Sfctffc
Men's French enamel lace,
new Gopher fli^J !_____
last, pair .... *P?__»b *&%&
Men's box calf Bluchers, new
Gopher mod- fij^l __!___
els, stitch heels _t«£f*_f
Men's velour calf, lace, new
Gopher mod- $3.6®
Men's patent calf lace, Lon
______'s2.6o
Men's vici kid, lace, • new
Eclipse last, d_> _& _%___
pair .^P__£iß«_. %B
Men's diamond calf, lace,
pa_y'..!*:.s2.6o
pair 3>____OU
Men's satin calf, lace, new
___'!!_.... $2.00
pair *\\vßma IPV
Misses' vici kid, lace, great
wearers, price &jt v _S_SL_____l
per pair .... H* ■ m&JlB
Misses' patent leather, d^Q
lace, mat tops .......-'... *PJd(si.
Misses' kid, lace and fi}|_3>_n_
button W^LB %m 9
LEHIGH IS PARTLY BURNED
SETBACK FOR SMALL IOWA TOWN
Eight Buildings in the Business
Section Taken— l»y
Drunken Men.
| Special to The Journal.
Fort Dodge, lowa, April 3.—The little '
I village of Lehigh, eighteen miles south
i of this city, was devastated by fire last i
j night. The buildings on one side of the
I block, eight in all, in the main business
i portion were completely destroyed. The
list includes the postoffice, Ross' hard
i ware store, the Lehigh Valley bank, Wil-
I .iiarn. Young's barber shop,' Albie's livery
! stable, William Barrowman's dry goods i
I store, J. Tule's restaurant and D. Cun
ningham's restaurant,
The town has no fire department and
citizens fought the flames with a bucket
brigade. During the fire several men se
cured liquor from one *of \ the burning
buildings and created a sensation by
parading the streets by fire light.
Don't Rash L After Breakfast If You
Are Going to Daluth.
The Eastern Minnesota Ry., being the
shortest line Minneapolis to Duluth and
Superior, their morning train does • not
leave Minneapolis until 9:20 a. m. This
is"the fastest train connecting Minneapolis
and the Head of the Lakes, and the only
morning train equipped with Buffet Parlor
Observation Cars.
The Eastern Minnesota Railway
Morning Train to Daluth
Is the fastest train Minneapolis to Du
j luth .and Superior. Leaving Minneapolis
at 9:20 a. m., it arrives in Duluth 1:55
I• p. m. The only morning train to the
j "Head of the Lakes" with Buffet Obser
[ vation. Parlor cars. * .
THEy]ffi_N^^pLlS JOXJENAL'.
HARRISON IS MAYOR
But the Republicans . Carry Chicago
City 4 Council. .-"■' ■•• ..
FRAUD IS CHARGED IN ST. LOUIS
Temperance Victories In Kan«a.
- but in jTopeka They Are,
• -" Defeated.
Chicago, April 3.—Carter ]H. Harrison
has been re-elected mayor of Chicago and
will next week commence his third term
as the chief executive of the city. The
total vote of the. city is: Harrison, 156,
--952; Hanecyy 128,695; Harrison's plurality
28,257.
In the last mayoralty election the vote
was: Harrison (dem.), 148,496; Carter
(rep.), 107,437; Harrison's plurality, 41,
--059. . •
In the presidential campaign last fall
the city vote for president was:. McKln
ley, 184,786; Bryan, 177,165..' McKinley's
plurality, 7,621. Samuel Alschuler, ::. the
democratic nominee for governor, ran
ahead of Bryan, however, his vote being
188,521, against 172,386 for Yates,' a plur
ality of 16,135 for Alschuler. '.:■ '-'
Out of the 35 wards of the city Harrison
to-day carried 26, and Hflnecy nine. The
vote was badly split. ■
The chief issue in the campaign was
the granting of franchises to the street
car companies. .These all expire soon by
limitation. Harrison has in former years
: made a record against granting long fran
chises. One of the features of
the campaign was the aldermanic con
test in the twenty-first ward, Mayor Har
rison's home ward, where Honore Palmer,
son of Potter Palmer, was ' a candidate
on the democratic ticket. His
opponent was S. Harvey Helm (rep.), who
has been alderman from the ward for. two
years. Palmer was elected by a majority
of about 1,200.
Council Is Republican.
The new Chicago city council, which
probably will be called to decide the ques
tion of the extension of the street rail
way franchises and other'public grants,
worth many millions, is republican. There
will -be 39 republican, 29. democrats, 2
independent republicans and two inde
pendent democrats. This makes a total of
72, two more than provided for by the
law. The tangle is caused by the recent
ward redisricting and the consequent
shifting of two hold-over aldermen in the
second and the twenty-first wards. The
new council and the courts will decide the
problems. c
According to leaders of both parties, the
council probably will be organized on non
partizan lines, in accordance with the poli
cy of Mayor Harrison and of the Mu
nicipal Voters' League.
TEMPERANCE IN KANSAS
Bat Mrs. Nation's Candidate Is De-
feated in Topeka.
-Veto York Sun Special Service
Topeka, Kan., April 3.—ln the munici
pal elections throughout the state yester
day the opponents of saloons won a de
cided victory. The women gave law and
order the victory. But in ■ Topeka they
lost. Colonel J. .W. F. Hughes, the re
publican candidate for mayor, stood for
law and order. . He promised - Mrs. Na
tion and her Home Defenders to enforce
the law if elected. He promised the
women to. quit smoking cigarettes. * Col
onel Hughes' democratic opponent is To
peka's heaviest property holder, and back
of him, it was charged, was the combined
power of the big breweries and distiller
ies of the country.
Albert Parker idem.), was elected mayor
over Hughes (rep.), by the small majority
of eleven votes. The vote -was so close
on mayor that the result was .in doubt
until the final/count was received at 8
a. m. to-day. The republicans elected the
rest of the ticket with the exception of
two councilmen. •-. ■**."
In Atchison and Leavenworth the tem
perance Issue Was not • brought up, city
improvements and other questions taking
the precedence. In Wichita the temper
ance people made a fight for supremacy^
but polled only about 18 per cent of the
vote. Numerous cities went straight re
publican. In nearly every case the repub
lican candidates were on a platform for
law enforcement and .their" election "is
therefore counted a victory for that ele
ment. . -' .:•,-.. . -..-.-
FRAUD IX ST. LOUIS
Election of Rolla Wells Is Likely to
Be Contested.
St. Louis, April Complete returns
show the election by a plurality of 7,985
of Rolla Wells; (dem.), for mayor, and the
rest of the ticket. The vote for mayor
was,. Rolla Wells, (dem.), 43,023; George
Parker, (rep.), 35,038; Chauncey Ives
Pilley, (good government), 2,121; _ Lee
Merriwether, (public ownership), 28,565.
The house of delegates will be made up as
follows: Thirteen democrats, twelve re
publicans and three public ownership
members. .: - , -,yy>
With the election machinery in ''the
hands of the democracy,* as well as the
entire. police department, the republicans
and independents were "up against it
hard." . -,"..-.*.• * .
After the polls had closed, the beauties
of the great conspiracy and the fruits
thereof became even more apparent than
during the day. •: Prom > several of the
wards ballot boxes were brought into the
office of the election commissioners with
the vote uncounted. The judges reported
that they were afraid to try to count the
ballots on account of the- attitude of the
mobs about the polling places. Friends of
George W. Parker, republican candidate
for mayor and of Lee Merriwether, candi
date of the municipal ownership league
announced that the election of Rolla Wells
! would surely be contested.";. *.
William J. Bryan, in his paper, the
Commoner, and ex-Governor J. P. Alt
geld of Illinois, on the stump in this city
fought the election of Wells because he
was a gold -democrat for two campaigns
They both indorsed Merriwether, the can
didate of the public ownership party.
DENVER IS REPUBLICAN
Wright ,Is Elected hy I,ooo—Elec
tions in the State.
Denver, April -Nearly complete re
turns show that R. R. Wright, - (rep.) was
elected, mayor by about 1,000 plurality over
E. T. Wells (dem.). The others on the
republican ticket had pluralities of 5,000.
Mayor. Johnson (md. dem.) polled 4,500
votes. The board of supervisors will be
solidly republican and the board of alder
men will consist of nine republicans and
seven democrats.
Democrats won in Pueblo, Cripple Creek
and Victor. In Leadville J. T. McDonald,
(rep.) was elected mayor and the demo
crats carried the city council; The entire
republican ticket was elected in Colorado
Springs. ...<,<. ;
Teddy's Town Slumps. .'
Oyster Bay, L. 1., April 3.—This was a
field day for democrats, the home town of
Vice-President Theodore Roosevelt. Not a
republican on the local ticket, weathered the
democratic storm, and, for the first time in
its history. Vice-President Roosevelt's own
election district went democratic by 145 ma
jority.
Don't Rash After Breakfast If You
Are Going to Dnluth.
The Eastern Minnesota Ry., being the
shortest line Minneapolis to Duluth and
Superior,, their morning train does not
leave Minneapolis until 9:20 a. m. This
is the fastest train connecting Minneapolis
and the Head of the Lakes, and the only
morning train equipped with Buffet Parlor
Observation Cars. .
Don't Get Left.'
Eastern Minnesota railway '■ change
time. On and after Sunday, March 31, the
night train on Eastern Minnesota railway
will leave St. Paul at s 11: p. m., Minne
apolis at 11:50 p. m.* for Duluth and .West
Superior. Sleepers ready at 9:00 p. m.
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;:^DbCtdrS Mystified. Grateful Letters:from Cured Women. I
f..i j__._i • i _._',»'_..•■ __^__*r__^___. ulceration of the womb. I suffered from intense
fast developing in her system. She goes to her family j^i|B_ll_%_ painßiQthewombandovaries-andthebackache
physician and tells him a story, but not the whole story. \____i__i___-_ was drt a. df"l* * had leucorrhoea in its worst
ou "" _f _l I__ form- Finally I grew so weak I had to keep to
bhe holds something back, loses her head, becomes M—^ .r- _. to___. my bed' The _ains were 8° hard as to almost
agitated, forgets what she wants to say, and finally con- W-*1 || SS^^___" ir i^__^_l^VS22_.,__S
ceals what she ought to have told, and thus completely Iv^ TSr sj!ort and * save all ho Pc °* getting weu.
mvstifie _ th. dnrrnr _*_?- «» Thuf I drWd along. To please my sister I
11-yß*ines tne aoctor. W ,m? wrote to you for advice. Your answer came, but
Is it any wonder, therefore, that the doctor fails to JJ^^feU; ™lo™AZ7iT:i^ &nd w&s under
Clire the disease ? Still, We Cannot blame the Woman, for _______a_l_^-__ " After reading your letter, I concluded to try
it is very embarrassing to detail some ot the symptoms of WWfW? W 5_L-__TU_k _s_f,S ___ I_l
S.; her . suffering, even to her family physician." It: was for I 1 grace b.stan-bury|| cured, ah of my friends think my cure S almost \
this reason that years ago Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, at Lynn, timely advice and wish yo?pro°p_ri^ ™_ie wo__?for iu-e^? .t !
| Mass,^determined to step in and help her sex. Having had i he a L^f^i-k^ |£* *
| considerable experience in treating female ills with her bury, Herington, Kansas. AA^°
I Vegetable Compound, she encouraged female ills with her ____;;,- Kansas. ~~~—~~"— * -
Vegetable Compound, she encouraged the women of Amer- i<tt _ Mii _ >(i^ —
I ica to write to her for advice in regard to their complaints T''~']________'" "T1 "Deak Mrs* Pinkham:—l have been thank- a
and being a woman, it was easy for her ailing sisters to J_®ife^_ Sdi^P^ I7^toyoii-tewhat |
__„„,•__ v '-"■'" ---j- x- m , „ . -. . & ? __S^^^____i Lydia E. Pinkham, Vegetable Compound has H
pour into her ears every detail Of their Suffering. ;._.-. W done for me. I followed your advice carefully I
In this way she was able to do for them what the phy- fek ■se*> ./HB and now l feel like a different person. I j
sicians were unable to do, simply because she had the /v* __ "My troubles. were backache, headache, I
proper information to work upon, and from the little group [£ I _-T_____flf^^____,_S 1
| of women who sought her. advice years ago, a great army ____* _-__^__ table Compound, one box of Liver PiUs, and f|
jof her fellow-beings are today constantly applying for |I__S_^_^_____ used one Packa& .' , of Sanative Wash, and am ||
j advice and relief, and the fact that more than one hundred __ffOTnnOT*f____ now welL ' 1
| thousand of them have been successfully, treated by Mrs. Mil I M Jl^y? T^^rT J? 1
.' Pinkham during the ' last year is indicative of the grand H ELIA BRENNE,ni doneme."-—ELLA E. Brenner, East Roches- i
I Pinkham during the last year is indicative of the grand H tLt» banner || f OMo . ? .«*»«r
results which are produced by her unequaled experience '.'"""" ' —— '
1 and training. - : y J "Dkar Mrs. Pwkkam :—I want to tell you what your medicine has
-, T .°, . •xi ,v. i-. , - done for me. I believe it saved my life. I had womb trouble and in-
JNO phySlCiaC in the world has had SUch a training, or £ a™™atl° of the ovaries, and was troubled with flowing much. I
has such an amount of information at hand to assist in the -£«o£SS-^
I treatment of all kinds of female ills, from the simplest a^_ ni Bhall a\ praise y°ur Vegetable Compound."—
local irritation to the most complicated diseases of the ' leo,Bo_ 52 0, skowhegan, Maine. ,;,
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This, therefore, is the reason why ;Mrs. Pinkham, in '-__&________' _'"* "Dear Mrs. Pikt_jam:—i feel that it is my 1
J her laboratory at Lynn, Mass., is able to do more for the figr* 1* *_________$£ __3___#£ 1
ailing women of America than the family nhvsician. Any RBf 1 table Compound. I wrote to you last June and M
l „._,__,- i.i_£ . ._'_ _. ,- J :F J - • . J *§SmV <£!> ___f described my sufferings. .<_.»*•;■-■-v/- |;|
.woman, therefore, is responsible for her own suffering _gr^-W "I took seven bottles of your medicine and was I.
i Who Will not take the trouble to Write to Mrs. Pinkham _L V__l / cu™d of my doubles. Last September I was taken I
■"■ _■*_.____•_,_ "M^au* qA / with a very bad kidney trouble. I was away from H
i _y_ vice. *, ■■■:■■•■ y,_ (» a£s / nome and was obliged to return. I started to take •§§
The testimonials which we are constantly publishing _N_^ °°''"»^^_*______ I _W__ I
1 from grateful women establish beyond a doubt the power ___!_____■ ■ only one hundred and five- I now weigh one nun- 1
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| conquer female diseases. . ' IMf^cUNNINGHAMI your medicine to all who suffer from female weak- 9
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VJ W_# %mJr W_# to any pc«» who will show that the above testimonials are not genuine, oF^^___A.« o_3____^
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SHIP GOLD BARS
One Firm. Engages $1,000,000 for
Export, to Paris. y
• New York, April 3.Lazard Freres en
gaged $1,000,000 in gold bars at the assay
office for shipment to Paris by to-mor
! row's steamer. „-. - :C
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I QUICK RELIEF, SURE RELIEF
BROWN'S Bronchial Troches I
y. For Coughs and Colds.
Fac-SlmUeyy^J>/^_/>^'' ■ >►/.-enemy,
Signal ore of -^-*» .«ffe box. ■.
CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS"
SPITTLE SICK HEADACHE
IHi SI #P_li Positively oared by these Little Pills.
US IWI W\ '^ ie^ so re^eve stress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too
■t|i. mll a Hearty Eating. A perfect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness,
111 l rIL LU Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain in the Side, TORPID
__8 ____________ LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely. ""^getable.
__H__S______H Bna_ill PilL Small Dose. j Small Prioa
WEBTsTESI__T EyENING?. _U>_l_y3y 1901,

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