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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1901.
fitting Oxfords
Try a
Florsheim
All Patent
Rid BlucHer
Oxford
and wear the best ant/most
stylisH Uru) cut shoe made.
So Id by
Stanley
412 Nicollet cAvenue
ARE MADE OF PURE
LINSEED OIL AND
ARE READY MIXED.
THEY CONTAIN NO
BENZINE AND WILL
NOT EVAPORATE
FROWI THE CAN.
THEY WILL STAND
SUN WITHOUT FAD
ING, WEAR BETTER,
LAST LOGGER AND
COVER MORE SPACE
MANUFACTURED BY THE
LARGEST PAINT MANUFAC
TURERS IN THE WORLD.
Sold in Minneapolis by Hundeby &
Son, 240 20th At.; W, L. Gardner,
6 E. Laic St.; The Lane Co.. 509 Cen
tral Ay., and A. S. Whitten, 1527 E.
Lake St.. where they can be seen In
all oolors and latc»t styles. Do not 3t
fail to use Masury's Paints when you 11
paint.
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION
Unusual Interest Taken in the Xorth
Dakota Diocese.
Special to The Journal.
Fargo, N. D., June 14.—The Episcopal
convocation, which begins in Fargo to
morrow, is expected to be the most largely
attended event of the kind ever held in
the state. Bishop Edsall has developed
enthusiasm to a point never before
reached, and additional interest is lent
the meeting from the fact that he has
been elected coadjutor bishop of Minne
sota. It is announced that the chief
reason why Minnesotans are so anxious
to have the bishop is to secure a strong
man to reorganize the Episcopal school
at Faribault.
Are Yon Going to Buffalo?
Call at Northern Pacific City Ticket
Office, look up the water routes via the
great lakes. Tickets include all the meals
and berths on the steamers, and in the
end are as cheap as the all-rail routes,
.and then if you are traveling on one of
*the great lake steamers you have a real
pleasure trip, avoiding all the heat and
dust of a rail journey. Start your trip
right by taking the Northern Pacific's
"Lake Superior Limited" via the "Duluth
Short Line." Rates via this route are as
cheap as the cheapest and the accommo
dations are far superior.
Woodmen, There Are Others.
But none so fine as the fish caught in the
lakes along the SOO LINE. Excursion
rates to all fishing points for your special
benefit. Soo Line ticket office, 119 So 3rd
St.
The Telephone's
Value increases
Day By Day .......
In ratio that new subscribers are
added and extensions of Local
and -Long Distance lines are
made. The— .
A NORTHWESTERN
fSm TELEPHONE
loAwllMli w Jw
-v- COMPANY.
offers the best and most com
plete service at the lowest rate.
Ask the local manager for par- '
ticulars of the various forms of '
service.
Normannaheimcn
HE BUILT SKANSEN
Death of Dr. Arthur Hazelius at
Stockholm.
HIS GREAT WORK HIS MONUMENT
Finns for the X. W. Siinyerfe*t—Oth
er Scandinavian Happening
at Home and Abroad.
Dr. Arthur Hazelius, the creator of
Skansen, the marvelous park where all
Sweden is to be seen in nature, died
on May 27 a in Stockholm, aged .70 years.
It might be said that Dr. Hazelius con
secrated his life to Skansen. Not only
did he originate the idea, but he worked,
talked, wrote and planned for it to the
end of his days. Being a man of genius
and original ideas and possesed of mar
velous energy, he was able to accomplish
a great deal.
As an outdoor museum, Skansen is
probably the most complete and interest
ing garden of its kind in the world. Here
all Sweden may be studied—its physical
features, fauna aad flora, customs and
costumes of #ts people, and even its
history. The grounds are very extensive
and have been left as far as possible in
their pristine beauty. The staff of attend
ants is a large one, but is is also a part
of the show, for the Laplanders and
Dalar folk appear in their own pictur
esque costumes.
Several ancient churches and farm
houses have been removed to the place
and the ancient surroundings and furni
ture restored, as far as possible.
To increase public interest in Skaasen
fetes commemorating the more important
events in the glorious days of Gustavus
Adolphus and Charlee XII. are held. The
government and the people of Sweden
liberally supported every suggestion made.
Dr. Hazelius needs no other monument
than Skansen.
THE NORTHWEST SAXGERPEST
Ordered to Be HeLd at Siour Falls,
July 11-13, 1902.
At the annual meeting of the board of
directors of the Northwestern Scandina
vian Singers' union, it was decided that
the biennial sangerfest should be held at
Sioux Falls July 11-13, ; 1902. That is will
be a fine success is certain, as Minnehaha
Mandskor of Sioux FaOs has many of the
eading business men of the town among
its members and they will make things
hum when they take hold of the work.
The union now includes eighteen singing
societies, eight in Aftnnesota, four in
lowa, three in South Dakota, two in
Wisconsin and one in North Dakota
Decorah'a «Musical: Festival.
Special to The Journal. :, » - \
Decorah. lowa, Jane 14.-On Monday. June
I<, J. L. HJort of i Minneapolis will eive a
*ri Cehi ln .^^Hrand opera Ph"use her! He
?« -*he -a»alßt«a by his wife, who will appear
bvHi a e |mmnT^ a Deccrah audience; Panl
of vHTi °- Ande *son, the mandolin player
b£ h« «n>^ is- .wllose appearance will a.so
\n« v t£ St- n i his ' city- Df local taleut,
?n?ift M Hustv-edt, Professor Hanson
and the Luther College glee club will take
wini h^™?? g' the - members on the program
hi v Happy Days." by ■ Strellski, sung
by Mrs Hjort, with., violin obligato by Pro
fessor .. Hanson. Mm. Hjort Will also sing
Solveigssong " by ; Grieg, and a duet with
air. Hjort. Hjalmer Anderson is teacher at the
University School of Music in Madison, and
is said to be one of the best mandolin. play
ers in the west^-Tb,e commencement exer
cises of Luther college, for the preparatory
department, will be held Tuesday June JS
Twenty-five will ; graduate, and . for the i col-'
lege department,; Thursday, the 19th, twenty
two will graduate. Rev. John Halvorsen of
Minneapolis ' win preach the baccalaureate
sermon next Sirwlay. H. ■■;-, „<■<. <^-<-^^ 4 .-.r,.:-
Nansen's ; Scientific Work*.
The second, volume of ; Nansen's "Scientific
Results, . devoted to astronomical, magneto
and pendulum observations, has appeared
from the press. The testimony of the ex
perts who have worked up the notes to the
industry and ability displayed by the explor
ers is unanimous; and, : with due allowance
for Inevitable defects arising from the condi
tions of the arctic region and the often literal
struggle for life, the results are most satis
factory. Except the observations made on
the sledge journey, • most of those i which
formed the basis for. these discussions were
made by t Captain Sigurd Scott-Hansen to
whom Nansen accords his hearty apprecia
tion. The astronomical computations are due
to Professor Geelmuyden, who had assisted
the expedition in Its outfitting and by useful
advice. The magnetic observations were com
piled by Aksel .Steen of the meteorological
institute at Christiania ~ ->V ■ :•- " -5 .
The Orpheus Singers.
Orpheus, the Swedish singing society is
working industriously preparing for its par
ticipation in the singers' festival at James
town and Buffalo next July. Th° weil-known
Wold quartet, consisting of Mr. Wold one
or the favorite church singers of St Paul
and Messrs. Holmeen, Elmquist and Sea
quest, all of St. Paul, has joined Orpheus
in a body. Mr. Elmquist is a fine barytone
and young composer of promise. Two other
recent acquisitions from St. Paul are the
barytones, Profossor John Swenson, the com
poser and director of the Arpi club and
Professor Emii Anderson, the violinist The
brothers John and Richard Wallin are re
sponsible for some of the deep organ notes
in the second bass. Orpheus will soon be
heard in public. The Young People's society
of the Augustana church is arranging a con
cert for June 28. on which occasion Orpheus
will furnish the musical program, assisted
by eminent soloists, among them Miss Eu
genia Osborn. who has recently returned
from New York.
The Vernamo Pair.
A reproduction of the famous Vernamo
fair, or market, will be attempted by the
lecently organized Scandinavian Literary and
Dramatic society. The fair will be held at
the Minnehaha Driving park July 14-22. The
fair will be something entirely' new in the
northwest. It will be an imitation of a coun
try fair, or market, in Scandinavia one hun
dred years ago, with all the features of those
popular fairs, except that the trading or ex
hibition of horse 3 and cattle will be omitted.
A large number of the traditional market
booths, in which will be sold articles gen
erally seen at those fairs, tents for restau
rants and other purposes, open theatrical
stages and platforms, etc., will be erected
inside the inciosure. The work will be gaily
decorated, and no effort spared to make it
interesting and enjoyable for visitors. The
society has opened up its fair headquarters
in Richards' hall, corner Hennepin and Wash
ington avenues.
Wants the Black Granite Mt.
Daily Skandinaven makes the Rev. Gustaf
Floden an offer for his black granite moun
tain which will drive all other investors from
the field and cordially thanks his reverence
for not closing the $800,000,000 deal with the
German syndicate. Skandinaven offers $3,000,
--i 000,000, or about 50 per cent more than the
i total amount of money in the United States.
j and hopes that his reverence will stop long
! enough in Chicago to get the check. Having
i heard that the German syndicate bid only
. 800,000,000 kroner, Skandinaven craves per
-1 mission to reduce its bid of 3,000,000,000
j crowns. This is as high as John Anderson
and Nicolai Grevstad are able to go, and their
, offer will be kept epen a reasonable length of
: time.
To Aid St. Olnf.
At a meeting held ai St. Olaf college,
1 Northfield, June 11, steps were taken toward
I organizing a St. Olaf association to further
'■ college interests and foster the college spirit
I among ex-students. This organization is to
be similar to the alumni association but
entirely distinct. Officers were elected as
follows: Professor I. F. Grose, Northfield
president; Rev. C. M. Weswig, Bergen, Wis.'
vice president; Ivan Ringstad, Northfleid,
j secretary and treasurer. A committee was
! appointed on constitution and by-laws. The
! next meeting wijl be held during commence-
I ment, 1902. All ex-students wishing to join
' will please send their names and addresses
to the secretary. There is no initiation fee.
Permanent Xortherti Sports.
Th« carnival of northern sports held last
; winter in Stockholm proved such a success
that it has been decided to continue them,
i make them an international event. The next
j one will be held in Christiania in 1903, and
| will be very similar to the Stockholm carni
j val, but on a much larger scale.
Norway Overcoming Leprosy. :
Leprosy Is ; constantly on ' the decline In
Norway. Whereas .In 1856 : there were 2,870
cases of leprosy, In 1895 there were only 6815.
This decrease Is attributed to measures taker*
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Donaldson's Glass Block Store.
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~>i-j Bousing Benefit Sale of Hot Weather Needfuls. \\<r
Special Inducements for Our OiifroMown Friends. Visit the Tea Roem, Finest in the City, Fourth Floor. |
t Millinery. Silk Department. Cloak and Suit Dept. Bnslin Underwear.
fa 2nd Floor. _i We will place on sale for Saturday our entire LADIES' SUITS—For Saturday we* will ' >*«S^s2!s?s:
Saturday we will in- lineof White Gauze Grenadines in ; the neat- offer a choice of several of our best selling . M/ f'^\ \
auzurate our first «st stripes for less, than cost price. , These styles, such as Etons, blouse and short jacket Js/'<i!fi&fll[X ; r -
srreat sale Of Shirt goods are now in the heigth of their season effects. Some are prettily braided, others .; •/ff--i¥jiAfma% '>„
, Waht Hats, when we ™d is our best silk bargain |- ■■ are of the plain tailor (|IA W~g% JUjJaluiSM '
» will show a beautiful q^ year; 21 inches wide. rjJjC " stlt^ hed- fe P6Cial, Sbo.Olf /Tri^mfl^^W '>-'
line of the height-of. Unly each *KW_|-_r-_r • J]j{l M IFj «N\|
tlieseason's styles, One of the popular hits of the season is the BICYCLE SKlßTS—bicycle skirts. ' S/fiUslLJm Jt' tU_«_. '■ ";
Panamas aud Cuban new Wash Taffeta in plain col- &?ktg% made of splendid double faced goods ten yf wffVN\m\M?ys^K -^ '
braids as well ors and stripes, at the lowest ;: (mMf5 rows of stitching around bottom. They have jßkilfi/ k*■ VIV> W\ '
as the popular price ever offered; 21 inches... ; .^* **,** the double inverted plaft, are perfect hang- S»X;»l/.l^A/ilt4\VA4^A*lk .
Wf W rou Sh and •■ ■ - - '■^'"••-•' ■ ' _ ing skirts, and the ac- ft* £" P«/flk '-
P 7 ready straws, tual value is 57.50. S| S §1O
f^mo^f'^Q Shirt Waist Headquarters. Speci*lSat";da^-;^^v'" -._. ™ZZZ!!?Z>Z*~
up to $5.50. All to go Sat- ;6^ A ;iB_O Women's Shirt Waists, made of • ecru ■ lawn, ' ' '" ' '■ style, trimmed with a deep flounce of •;»
urday at.... ..............V""«O- in surplice style, trimmed with"'•■tucks and -If •-. . « <"■* l ' handsome embroidery, actual "~f C %<•
# Iv addition to these bargains we will place Si^sumSef waist nwMth ißh° P Bleeve; an ' Hammockr Specials;- :^?.*^.:^.^....;...T5c,;
lS££SfSf se9c 98c Vjn Basement. *££Z+££;ZL *JL>
to close at, each WW Second Floor. ■ NS__fe_. mw style with deep cambric ruffle,,
* \_fi jflftnn,, _rtWffi Gue workmanship, worth 30c. yH§■
. = = ■: BljWfl '' '' ■ Special «t....."......;...i;,.." "y,{
l^ Boys' Clothing. Men's Furnishing Dept. s"iid"w"
\**jr/: ■ Second Floor. -. ' ■ ■$&^B-- Exceptional Bargains for Sat- _ ..■-''•-'•^^■^"B'. ■'■■='-: .^ ".'.?. '"•-- - •■-■ •- ■■■ ~ ■~: ■ "
••■' ; JTife^^Cll urday.. . ■,-..•,•■ -s Hand made colored woven hammock, two Ta««valm«* nAMAnIMtAwI
/^£Z&\ woolen andwashable ■■■K^g^" fA . w ..•„.■.■-.. wood bent spreaders, deep valance and fringe iuWGITN ilcPHFllllßlll. /
/i^§r\ Suits. A complete assort- . Wmmzgm Men s Shirts-Men's in beautiful colors, gfo. |% m u}4 * f«k*»«»w«
/^ Y-UV ? ent °f Pr°P? rly Priced -WraS io°t 6 wfth^d^tached «ize ? fj bed 84x46. 'a2I"3U Ladies'2o-year gold-filled watch, handsomely I
t Boys' Clothing. -1 Men's Furnishing Dept. bpecia1r,............... engraved, stem- wind, A-7 \ -»R v
Second Floor. Exceptional Bargains for Sat ~~JIH| HP
J5m5S& CZJ urday. Hand made colored woven hammock, two fa«tal««t nAtianlMtAnl
Boys'woolen and washable IgP*^ v« AT , x^ „ o . . . , r , wood bent spreaders, deep valance and fringe JuWcIFY UcOdli lUl"Ql.
Suits. A complete assort- S en's *?&«** Shirts-Men's in beau tiful colors, Ai% AA «vj»umuivui.
ment of properly priced jg t 11» iot Sh? if" with'^detach^ «ize of, b^ «4^6. SB^f.Sif Ladi^'2o-year gold-filled watch, handsomely
dressy and semceable gar- qT bpeCl&l *&***%*%* engraved, stem wind, A-y -y |-
N^T^frf^ ments. ;; _ j^ j, 111 price..., ..idlSiO Woven colored hammock, like cut, pillow, Elgin movement. Sale sf| £- /2 j|
\A ■ [ Washable Suits "3 to 10 || |j li g | urmc 'iiunrDwriD ■ ' spreader, deep valance fffc Jg £%^% pnce - ™.:,%."V" W
/A \\ years, in plain linens and Hp ij 1!j p mt-n a liNULKWtAK- m and fringe, size of bed^^ Ti Bill i ' '■ • r "S>^.
\J \\\ gala teas in blue and brown, " l||j i:i !"=| "' '''' n^.-...'.:'..:.L'.JS^,':< -r.-lirfintnim ! 72x34. Special. '*tr ■ ■ B^US'^tf' i3SS^^,^_ ■ : ' >^iP^\^^lll^L
SV/iVT'sSc M*S3 I x rf ß sr hammock 'Bize fto c
V M worth $1.25; Sat. sF*fO brigganUn- •WjL^gl Special .... ... , ..'.,...........-. ™ I*'1 *' •'' "" -,\ '
<^ «feh. Boys'double breasted Suits der sh i rts or «&dKJH H - -: '< ' > — '—' w■' _ ■ \
Sailor Suits and Vestee, in l^rawer^ at" «^O"^™>B| (g . : nt." .*m «. # «m Eogers' A-l extra plate silver spoo,
blue serges, cassimeres and cheviots, well ur.day3|Qf> Sllftfi AtirPlP.t lAIHI fftr beautiful fancy handles- \
tailored garments and worth QA QE price *55FC "^~^^Mf^^ OUUC AUI dtUUIUI IUI t $1.00 Teaspoons, Met of six Bdc
$4. Saturday .:..:C:.........:VA8i9«l Men's 81.50 rt \\\\\™M#i - * QflhirHaiJ ' •• ftl , R n Q . c !•• * ***" "' - *
_ ==== _ ==:: __ =: _ == _^ Linen mesh Ag>^|W,l f ' J odlUrUay. \ ;..• ; *l-« 5 Dessert bpoou^set of six 89c
..::;,.. undershirts or '^^C^vT^^J^J W Te will place on sale for this day Ladies' $2.25 Table Spoons, sat of six .... 98c
VanPV (lnt\i\c. llptlf drawers,siijjht- . * •OSfl*aTßlbi*.. fine $3.50 Vici Kid Shoe with eifcher a hand- I ' l A rwH«rri ,^r« n i.t.
AdllUy UUU,Ub UCpi. ly imperfect. Saturday spec- Aj Aft I turn or hand welt, jffc M tf^ fffa btandard eirtra plate. i
We call your attention in this department to 1&1 P"Ce'"""' 'lIUW full extension sole. a |j|f V^gnH|W^B
a beautiful line of pure Momie Linen Bu- Men's Socks—Men's 12c fast black printed I*l at - ...^r \7^ ™™*"M*. UULIUII , i .
reau and Sideboard Scarfs with heavy socks, seamless and double heels "9 g% 4 for These are without doubt the best-shoes ever PWißjßi^l SS ■ • \
knotted fringe on ends, also stamped in the and toes, Saturday's price..;....« V 25c : offered for the money. . V. * / "" " .',
very latest designs size 16x50. ; These goods } - - WOMEN'S KNIT VESTS. ■ ■■: . A lot of Misses' and Children's fine. Vici and Good extra plate Knives and Forks; one :
would be considered remarka- gS (£% ... , __ T nnn^i. t.^,-,i q..<-^ »„ * J£: - 1-r - ■■—^ j., ATI . -v _ _,' ___„,
bly cheap at 39c each; big spe- 1 -" jM /& Women's 25c Jersey■' 4 '\OO O J hS- 4fe "I ffliK
cial, Saturday only, eachf....... » V*? |R^^ Knit Vests, low ; neck, ,SSshoes,% to!? V <*;**B V/ W V* allO
. (IN ANNEX) t^\^^Jw' ,no ; sleeves ; or. short __^__^^____ ___________^__________ a \
''" '/■■•-•■'■ --^ '-". ~ -- . ■ mJT'^^^WK :' '■' f sleeves. als° .high neck, -——----——--———---«-—--_________________ / \ * A .sample ' lino of fine hand- %
.. ■ . .—. ...-. .. —: —" ■„ — T- ft|\'^^^ mm l°n? or short sleeves,. flrnrr Han! • / \ made, steel csocheted, large '
P: M L: MM m MA I.I A O-».»«S«1- B\ iJ 111 Saturday's price, : 15c . / HI Ug Uclll. » ,: /QQ \ Chatelaine, Bags, with beauti
ft s:.-«-i3c ■L_r?_» Hfs£.~",s:s:-«« _||f SB-W
If Skinner Trolling Spoons, |C A sleeves, .all., r for Saturday?.,... ...... 2fO I !^^^^ New Snake, Bracelets just re-
V sizes 2to 4%, : special..:;.::lOC; W^^s^^^^^ol^^'-'" Craddock's Blue' Medicated' R _!' ■' 6 for B Ceiyed 'in &old oxidized ~
£^. .-: Skinner Trolling Spoons, f ■flO« k '"^H^ -* 35fC Soap, per cake 1.,..:..;..r;... wO ' 25c ■"t&b&v? ■>'■'-■»■•■■ &} 41 _T__F_
_f__ft sizes 5 and 6,' special Bvljr '^'^ '_ 25c good Bristle Hair Brushes Jttt n *S?P • ?W| H ||||
Ifflfo Parson's Weedless Hooks, A- ; .-■ ..- ■■>■ .^,.,L-v. .-r. ,■ , .....'.'..'.-,. r" each ......;....;........ ...:.l^2u ! .;^6 '•. _,-- ••: -JL v^ ~-T
Wm special ..............-...■ : ZOG _. BOOKS ': =======S===z l =======z=. ____=_r=_____
C? 6 and 8 at. Minnow . and 35c T hecis is ■^^'■~. 81." IIW. ftK . Cnt Flower Dept. *» Man ord t «-» win *•
rrogPaVspecial....:i;;aoC The Crisis 81.50, * OEW' UUI tlOWer Uepl. , *"l I"*"' OrdOrG wSb r &&
Extra fine, split Bamboo Rod, 3- Saturday's special ....... €5 &D Special for Saturday only, a grand assort- nromtstiv ffl l*»ti ~*4 ?#*\2>l
pieced extra tip, silk wound cork handle,. This is the sequel to Richard Carvel. Z -; ' | ™?**<* $}™ ts!, eno^. to, fili f three foot ** w^Hjr '*?"] aF tttV
nickel plated reel seat and trimmings, each :-i,:\:.-r: ■.■ :^.^J.-,; ---:•.. v-..- ..,«... v'^ ,_. - - window box all put up m baskets, t Aw SOBGiai Cut ftf4l**j»a mamaW
rod in wood form and cloth fl_ 4 Og- Eleanor, by- Mrs. Humphrey Ward,: OR A ; take them with you, each .... J.OllfC ***'***»i<** «*•#« priIGGS iSatiietS \
■ bag-length 6^ t68% ft .... A^ IbuO;. $1-50, Saturday's special ■•>.-"• ■'v.™""^ choice variety of Cut Peonies, per doz.. 35© /if thiS advertisement. ''■'•
for the isolation of sufferers by the govern
ment. Very little smallpox exists in the
country, and the principal reason for this is
that vaccination is obligatory, inasmuch as
the certificate of vaccination must be pro
duced both at confirmation and at marriage.
The country is divided into vaccination dis
tricts and complete records are kept.
Dr. Ibsen Perfectly Well.
Norwegian papers as late as May 29 speak
of Henrik Ibsen as having fully recovered
from an attack of the grip and being quite
well. There is thus probably little ground for
the reports of his critical condition as a
result of paralysis.
Scandinavia..
A farm of 320 acres in the town of Burke,
Dane county, Wisconsin, has been purchased
for the Gisholt home for old people. John
A. Johnson Gisholt has given |40,C00 as a
fund for the maintenance of this home, which
will be open to people of all nationalities and
creeds.
Eivind Lowum. one of the leading musical
directors of Stockholm, died recently. He
was born in Christiania, in 1860, and was
known as a very talented musician.
For the fund for a memorial in honor of
the late Lvar Aasen, there has been collected
2.20S kroner.
The imports to Norway during 1900 were
valued at 310,230,000 kroner, a very slight de
crease over the previous year. The exports
were valued at 175,260,000 kroner, an Increase
of about 23.000.000 kroner.
The supreme court has decided against Rus
sell & Livermore in their suit for 1100,000
damages for infringement on their patents' by
the Krag-Jorgensen company, of Norway, and
for a division of the $1 royalty on every rifle
manufactured in the United States. The
government has already paid the Krag-Jor
gensen company $325,000 in royalties. '
Bernt Anker, of the Norwegian department
of justice, has been ordered to London in
| connection with claims for indemnity made
1 by Swedes and Norwegians who have been ex
pelled from South Africa by the" British.
Over 6,000 people, with seven bands and
seventy-seven banners, participated in the
temperance demonstration in Gothenburg on
May 16.
Prospectors have discovered ore on the
Vaaland estate, in Holt, Norway, which con
tains gold and platinum, and those very rare
metals, palladium, osmium, ruthenium and
iridium. Engineers and chemists say that
the deposit is easily worked and is very valu
able.
C. W. Peterson, recognized as one of the
ablest Swedish journalists in America, died
this week at his home in Chicago, aged 58
years.
J. E. Strid, of Eskilstuma, was recently pre
sented with 500 kroner by C. O. Oberg & Co.,
as a testimonial for his forty years' faithfui
service as an employe of the firm.
Local Brevities.
1 C. J. Lund, a banker, of Thor, lowa, and
Henrik Pederson. of the same place, we're in
Minneapolis this week on their way home
; from Clarkfield. Minn.
The Sunday school of the Trinity Norwegian
Lutheran church will have a picnic at Min
nrhaha Thursday next.
1 Apollo Singing Society has decided to con-
I tinue its rehearsals during the absence of its
instructor, Halward Askeland, and will meet
twice a month during the summer to main
tain its repertory in a presentable condition
"Nothing but a Swede" is the subject of a
lecture which Alfred Bergin. M. A., of Cam
bridge. Mass., will deliver at the young peo
ple's meeting at Augustana Swedish Lutheran
church. Seventh street and Eleventh avenue
S. next Wednesday evening.
It is stated that H. A. Poss wants to sell
his interest in Nye Normanden, the "pop"
paper published in this city. After stepping
out of his position in the grain inspection
department, he will enter the service of ope
of the large grain firms of Duluth at $2,000
a year.
An ice cream social will be held this even
iny & *Hon Norwegian Lutheran church.
THE j\ONNEAFOLIS JOUKNAL.
Sixth street and Twenty-fourth avenue N,
under the auspices of the Young Ladies' So
ciety.
Normanna infantry company has rifle prac
tice every Sunday afternoon, on the compa
ny's range, at Keegan's lake.
Henry J. Gjertsen has returned from a
short business trip to Alaska, where he went
in company with T. Gulbrandsen and J. T.
Thurman.
. .At an entertainment to be given at the
Nazareth Unitarian church, next Sunday
evening, Rev. S. W. Sample will make a short
address on the subject, "The Best Thing in
the World."
Gotha Society will give a Swedish national
festival at the state fair grounds on July 4.
The principal event will be a pageant repre
senting the entrance of Gustavus Vasa into
Stockholm, in which 200 people, arrayed in
the picturesque costumes of the period, will
DartlciDate.
Miss Franciska Bendeke, the talented young
violinist of this city, is expected home from
Germany next month. She has studied iv
Europe for several years.
ST. OLAPS DORMITORY
Intorei«iTe Dedicatory Exercises to
Be Held on Saturday.
Special to The Journal.
Xorthfleld, Minn., June 14.—Saturday
will be a portentious day in the history
of St. Olaf. The new dormitory will be
dedicated on that day. One thousand peo
ple are expected to be present and a
Special train will be run from the twin
cities for their accommodation. The del-
egation. will consist cf the officers and
members of the synod, alumni and the
general constituency of the college.
Try a Want Ad for Girls.
The Journal want "ads" will get
you one. There are a good many girls in
town now.
$2O—Pan-American and Return— s2O.
This low rate is made by the Soo Line.
Delightful trip via rail and water. Ticket
office, 119 So 3rd St.
Telephone your want ads to No. 9, either
line.. You will be told the price and you
can send the money In.
M. W. A. Exc!ur*ions via goo Line
To al points in Minnesota and North
Dakota at less than half fare, maximum
fate being $10.00 for the round trip. Tick
ets sold June 14th and 15th arid are good
15 days, with stop-over privileges in North
Dakota. Soo Line ticket office, 119 So 3rd
at. - *
Grand Excursions to Minnesota and
Worth Dakota Points via Great
Northern Railway.
For the benefit of the Woodmen, who
wish to Eec more of Minnesota and North
Dakota, the Great Northern railway will
sell half-rate tickets to all points in Min
nesota and North Dakota and return,
June 14 and 15. Tickets good until June
30. Call on Great Northern agents for
details.
FOR PERFECT COMFORT
Tty Dr. Reed's Cushion Shoes. Retail
Parlor, 4 N Fourth street. Kasota block.
Lowest rate to Pan-American Exposi
tion'has been made by the Soo Line and is
120.00 for the round trip.
AMUSEMENT FOR ANARCHS.
New York, June 14.—Wooden dummies
wearing metal chest protectors and repre
senting the crowned despots of Europe are
to be set up In Liberty park, Ridgewccd, L.
1., next Sunday for anarchists to stoot at.
This occasion will be the annual leve fea3t of
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Nn T fC^ F MORTGAGE FORECLOSI'RE"
Default has been made in the conditioni
of a mortgage, bearing date the 13th day of
February, 1895. made by , Charles A H&.15
finger, mortgagor (unmarried), to Cook P
Klrtland. mortgagee. conveying and mort
gaging the following described premise* sit
uate in the County of Hennepln. and State
of Minnesota, to-wlt: Lots numbered 4, 6.
,'• ; andJ' la Block numbered 24, In. Grove
land Addition to Minneapolis, according to
the ; plat _ thereof .of record in - the office -of
Cotnty? °f DT dB ° Bald Hen^*P^
Said mortgage was < recorded in the i office
of the Register of Deeds of said Hennepia
n° US?o. on. 111. 8 21st day of February, 1885. m
Do<»k 422 of Mortgages, on Page 375
Said Cook P. Kirtland died testate at the
County of Masoning, in the State of Ohio!
on the ~TT day of April. 1896, and in pro
ceedings duly had and pending in the Pro
bate Court of said Mahoning County on the
23d day of May. 1896. the last will and testa
ment of said Cook F. Kirtland was duly ad
mitted to probate, and the undersigned was
by the order of said court, then and there
appointed and qualified executrix ' of the
estate of said deceased, and has entered
upon the discharge of ; her duties as such
executrix, and is now . acting as such, and
a duly certified copy of her appointment as
such executrix was filed for record in the
office of the Register of Deeds of said Hen
nepln County on the 3d day of March 1899
and was recorded therein in Book 79 of
Miscellaneous , Records, on Page 278.
There is now due and unpaid on said mort
gage ■ the principal sum of seven thousand
7.000) dollars, . with Interest ?. thereon
at the , . rate "of seven (7) . . per , cent
Der ; annum from the 13th day of February,
1897. and there is claimed to be due there
da at the date of this .notice the * sum
of nine thousand one hundred five and 63-100
(9.105.63) . dollars, and no action • or proceed
ing at law' has been - instituted to recover
the same or any part thereof. * •' -
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale in said mort
gage contained, and pursuant to the statute
in such case provided, .said mortgage will
be foreclosed by * sale of - said : mortgaged
premises by the < sheriff, of * said Hennepln
County, at his . office in the Courthouse, In■
the City of Minneapolis, In said Mennepia
County, on Monday, the 15th day of July,
A. D. 1901. at ten (10) o'clock 'a.; m., in the
I manner provided by > law,' to ■ satisfy the '
amount then 1 due ■on said ' mortgage, and the '.
costs and . expenses of : such * foreclosure, I in
! eluding one hundred (100) dollars attorneys'
fees, as stipulated In: said mortgage.
HARRIET S. KIRTLAND, >; "
As Executrix of the Estate of Cook I*.
Kirtland. Deceased. ' ' .' - ■ '
CHARLES J. BARTLESON, /t'v*",
Attorney for : said : Executrix, -
i. Dated May 29, 1901. . - '-• •

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