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TICKET OFFICE—I 9 "■"*«&*.
MILWAUKEE STATION, UNION STATION,
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Office, 800 Nle. Phone, main 860. Union Depot.
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Sleeper for 11:60 train ready at 9 p. m.
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP CO.'S SAILINGS.
Steamship Miami leaves ' Duluth Wednes
days and Saturdays, connecting at Mackinac
island with steamships North West and North
Land for Milwaukee, Chicago, Detroit, Cleve
land, Buffalo and Pan-American exposition. -
LAKE MINNETONKA TRAINS.
Leave Minneapolis—*2 pm, *5:05 pin,' 19:13
em, f6:10 pm, (10 am, a 3:25 pm, bl0:40 pm.
Returning, Leave Spring Park—*l:3o pm, »5
pm, t7:25 am, fB:U am, J9:20 am, c 9 pm,
d 10:45 pm. a except Saturday;, b Saturday
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Trains for Hotel St. Louis, Minnetonka,
leave Milwaukee Station: f6:15 am, *9:30 am,
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leave Hotel St. Louis: t7:20 am, t8".20 am,
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SPORTS
WHERE THE AIR'S SNAPPY
KICttJBRS GO TO GRAND MARAIS
Dr. Williams Expects to Have Two
Poll Teams in Training;
There.
Several members of last year's varsity
football team left for the training station
at Grand Marals last evening, and it is
expected that they will bs Joined by
enough prospective players within a few
days to make two full teams. Dr. Wil
liams will labor hard with the men from
now until the opening of school and is
confident that he will have a champion
ship team by the time the season fairly
opens. The main object of the Grand
Marais trip is to get the men into prime
physical shape rather than to school them
in the intricacies of play. They will be
given a course in the tricks of the game
after their return to town.
Those who will take advantage of the
Grand Marais outing are Dobie, quarter
back; Kno wit on,, captain and full back;
La Pans, half; Mueller, right guard;
Fee, left tackle; Tweet, tackle; Aune, end;
Hoyt, end; Flynn, guard; Sanborn, Tigue
and George Webster, substitutes.
Among the newer men are Strathern,
weight 200 pounds, who played center in
some of the games last year; Aplen, who
played end on the Chicago university
team two years ago; and Thorp, a 190
pounder, who made a record in the high
school at Plllsbury academy.
Bidlake, of the Minneapolis Central high
school, and Liggett and O'Brien of St.
Paul, are expected to show up before
school opens.
With the exception of Page and Van
Valkenburg, all the old men will probably
be back.
Only two big games will be played in
Minneapolis this fall —with lowa and Ne
braska. The game with Wisconsin will
be played at Madison; that with North
western at Evanston, and with Illinois, at
Champaign.
TO MEET SIR THOMAS
The Baronet's Fleet Prepares to
Meet the Tentonic.
New York, Aug. 21.—Escorted by the
Erin, the Porto Rico and the tug Law
renoe, Shamrock 11., will go beyond the
Hook to-day, if sails can be bent in time,
to meet the Teutonic, on which her owner,
Sir Thomas Upton is a passenger. The
liner will be delayed on account of fog.
It is proposed to give the Irish baronet
a royal welcome. The plan is if possible
to take Sir Thomas and his friends from
the liner at quarantine. Should the Teu
tonic not arrive until evening it is pro
posed to emphasize the welcome with a
pyrotechnic display for which a carte
blanche order has been given. Sir Thomas
Lipton will be the guest of the Zawanhaka
Corinthian yacht club on Saturday and
will witness the races on Oyster bay.
New York, Aug. 21.—With $25,000 to bet
on Shamrock II it is stated in a cable
dispatch to the Journal and Advertiser,
an agent of C. Arthur Pearson of London
will leave London in a few days, commis
sioned to place big bets on the Irish boat.
BASS AT LAKE JOHANNA
W. E. Race Hooks a Fine String of
Big Ones.
Lake Johanna, just beyond the city
limits in Northeast Minneapolis, has fur
nished some of the best fishing of this
season. The lake is small, but is fed
by ice-cold springs and the fish have been
in fine fettle the whole season through.
Enormous catches of fine crappies have
been noted from time to time. Monday,
W. E. Race of the city waterworks de
partment, scored heavily on the bass
there.
In the course of two hours' fishing late
in the afternoon he landed seven bass
weighing in the aggregate twenty-five
pounds, and three large pike. He hooked
and lost seven other bass, two of which
were large and fierce enough to break nis
line. His largest bass weighed 5%
pounds. He fished from a boat
anchored in forty feet of water, using
frogs for bait.
AIDIBOX BOY WON
Shadow Chimes, a Bis Favorite,
Took: Third Heat."
Over a soggy, wet track Audubon Boy
won the 2:24 class for the Norfolk stake
of $5,000 from Shadow Chimes,, the big
favorite, at Readville, Mass., yesterday.
The blue grass horse had to be content
with the third heat, the first and the last
two falling to Audubon Boy. The winner
paced the first heat in the remarkably
good time of 2:06%.
In the 2:10 class trot, Toggles, a Cali
fornia gelding, was the choice of the tal
ent, and the race went to him in a walk
over, his best time being 2:1114.
Admiral Dewey, the son of Bingon. and a
descendant of Nancy Hanks, was the win
ner in the trot for foals of 1898.
STINSON'S RACK WITH CONSTABLES
He Was Too Swift for Them on
Reverie Track.
Stinson had an exciting race with Con
stables at the Riverie track, Boston, last
night. The bobbies were after him to
serve papers for alleged breach of con
tract in not riding last night at the Wor
cester track. He was kept out of sight
of the officers until his match with
Michaels was called, when he was pushed
out on the track, got headway enough to
prevent Interference, and then rode
against Michaels with a flying start.
Stinson was seized for illegal service im
mediately after the race in behalf of the
Worcester management. Michaels had an
easy time in the twenty-five mile event,
and was six and an eighth laps ahead at
the finish. His time was 38:42 3-6.
WESTERN GOLF
Second Event of the Association
Tournament on To-day.
Chicago, Aug. 21.—The second event of
the golf tournament under the auspices
of the Western Golf association began this
morning on the links of the Midlothian I
country club. The competition was for
the Marshall Field trophy, 36 holes, match
play, against the established bogey of the
course. The event was_open to teams of
five from any club belonging to the as
sociation. The following clubs entered the
contest: Glenview, Riverside, Onwent
ala, Belmont, Milwaukee and Midlothian,
and teams representing Detroit, St. Paul,
Skokle, Exmoor, €hicago and Kenosha.
WHITE BEAR BOATS WON
Got First and Second Places at Win
nebago Lake.
White Bear yachts got first and second
places in the first of the three races yes
terday at Lake Wlnnebago, Wis., for the
Green .Highlander cup, Minnezetka
crossed the line first, just thirty seconds
ahead of Highlander, which led until a
short distance' from the line. Caroline,
the Oshkosh boat, met with an accident
shortly after starting, and withdrew
from the race. The boats finished in this
order:
Minnezetka, Highlander, Anita, Aderyn
and Aspirant.
CLEMENTS AFTER RECORD
Will Try for 100-Mlle Road Mark in
September.
Nothing daunted by John Larson's re
peated failure to knock out the national
100-mile road record, Theodore Ctementi
has decided to go after the mark late in
September. He will go into training at
once. Clements is the Minneapolis boy
who made such a cjedltable showing in
the Como road race. He is a «peedy rider
with good staying Qualities. Tandem
teams will train with him during the en
suing month.
Dogr Derby at Sioux Falls'. ',;/'
Sioux Falls, 6. D* Aug. 2L—Yesterday was
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOHRNAU.
deoidedly favorable for the opening contest
of the second annual meet of the South Da
kota Field Trial Association. Tuesday was
devoted to the derby, which had not been
completed with the trials were continued.
Judge Johnson of Winnipeg is Judge of
trials. When the derby Is completed an all
age stake will be run, followed by a subscrip
tion stake, in which some of the best dogs in
the country are entered. No decisions will
be rendered until this evening or Thursday
morning.
LARIKED IS CHAMPION
He Defeats Wright in tbe Newport
Tennis Tourney.
Newport, R. 1., Aug. 21.— A. Lamed
won the national lawn tennis champion
ship tournament here to-day, defeating
Beals C. Wright 6-2, 6-8, 6-4, 6-4.
Yesterday* Track Winners,
St. Louis (Delmar)—Two Annies, Ed L.,
Mada Bell, Kaza, Delsarte, Tlcklul.
Chicago (Hawthorne) — School for
Scandal, Malay, Vulcan, Educate, Oxnard,
St. Louis (Kinloch)—The Four Hundred,
Braw Lad, Miss Conrad, El Caney, Hylo.
Saratoga—Holland, Hammock, Roe Hamp
ton, Honolulu, Kinkinnick, Elsie L. '.'
Detroit Northumbrla, Henry
Zitt, George W. Jenkins, Toluca, Balm of
Gilead, B. G. Fox.
Auto Road glace, in October.
New York, Aug. 21.—The Automobile Club
of America announced yesterday that its an
nual sweepstakes races and mile record race
will not be held on the Buffalo-Erie course in
September, owing, it says, to the failure of
the Pan-American authorities to secure the
necessary consent for the hundred-mile road
race on the same course at that time. The
club, therefore, has decided to hold the an
nual sweepstakes and mile record race else
where in October. ; >..^;«; t■."'^i-vi
Professional Football.
Special to -The Journal.
Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 21.—A call will be is
sued within a day or two for a meeting of
people interested in the formation of a na
tional football association. The meeting will
probably be held in Chicago Aug. 29, ; and
delegates are expected •to attend from St,
Louis, Detroit Milwaukee and Chicago. The
promoters have given up the Idea of taking
in more than the above-named cities at the
present time, as no other towns have signi
fied any intention of entering the proposed
league. - V;" --."'
Sold 30,000 Tubs.
With the sale of 100 more cycle tags, City
Clerk Lydiard will have retailed 30,000 cycle
path privileges this season. Having run out
of his stock on hand, he was yesterday forced
to order 300 more tags. The demand for tags
will probably increase with the opening of
school in September, as many a students who
ride to school will want their wheels tagged.
Hale and Woodworth Finals.
F. C. Hale defeated I. L. Corse in the
semifinals for the uMrphy cup at the Mini
kahda club yesterday by 2 up and 1 to play.
E. S. Woodworth defeated H. P. Watson by,
5 up and 4 to play. The medal scores were:
Hale, 90; Corse, 88; Woodworth, 88, and Wat
son, 89. . '■■■'-
Hale and Woodworth will meet in the finals
Friday afternoon. . ■
Dealers Want Road Race.
Members. of the Minneapolis Cycle Trade
Association are figuring on a road race
around Lake Harriet some time this fall.
The park board has been prejudiced against
road races at Harriet ever since the falling
of the bridge over the track three years ago.
Several people were injured at the time, and
the board made the defendant in damage
suits. The association believes the privilege
will be granted if the board can be assured
there is no possibility of an accident. -
The report of the picnic committee submit
ted last evening, showed that the outing had
been a financial success. The business meet
ing Sept. 2 will be followed by a musicale at
the Flour City Cyclists' clubhouse, 601 Sec
cud avenue S. _
Smith Breaks World's Record.
Salt Lake Utah, Aug. 21.—Eddie Smith of
Salt Lake broke the world's amateur one
mile bicycle record at the Salt Palace saucer
track to-night, riding the distance in the
first heat of a mile handicap in 1:57 3-5.
This is one and one-fifth seconds better than
the previous record, made by F. J. Hoffman
at Butte, Mont., a - few weeks ago.
In a ten-mile motor race Clem and Charles
Turville lof Philadelphia established a new
world's record for the distance on an eight
lap track, their time being 14:23 4-5.
Anchterlonie Open Champion. •
Chicago, Aug. 21. —Lawrence AJchterlonie of
Glenview won the open championship yester
day from a field of thirty-eight amateurs and
professionals in the second annual tourna
ment under the auspices of the Western Golf
association to determine the title of western
open champion. - .
Auchterlonie's score for the thirty-six holes
was 160, which is a remarkable figure -for
such a course. : David Bell of the Midlothian
club wa£ a close second with 162. The
play of the entire field showed good- golf,
considering that the course was a bit heavy
from recent rains. / \; :-';i'
lanton Won Half Mile Race.
Baltimore, Aug. 21.—The half-mile race for
PTofessioiial3 at the Coliseum last night was
won by Iver Lawson, who gets four points
to his credit in the championship. F. L.
Kramer was second and gets two points to
his credit. Oliver S. Kimble and H. B.
Freeman each get one point. Time, 1:53 4-5.
The one-mile professional handicap was
won by Tom Cooper. Major Taylor did
not appear, as he was laid up from injuries
received Monday night. Time, '2:08 3-5.
Jeflries-Rublin Agreement.
San Francisco, Aug. 21. —Jim Jeffries and
Gusißuhlin signed an agreement yesterday to
fight, for the heavyweight championship . of
the world. It was agreed that the • match
iss to take place either in November or De
cember before \ the club offering the largest
purse. *"
The articles call for a division of the gate
receipts on a basis of 75 per cent to the win
ner and 25 per cent to the loser. » ..
Minnesota Cricketers Defeated. ■
Chicago, Aug. —Manitoba defeated Minne
sota by 63 runs yesterday in the sec
ond game of the annual tournament of the
Northwestern Cricket association. The score:
First Inning—Manitoba 51, Minnesota 48; :
Second Inning—Manitoba 127, Minnesota 67.'
Manitoba 178, Minnesota 115.
Two games will be played to-morrow.
St. Louis will tackle Manitoba, and the
Wanderers of Chicago will meet Minnesota:
Lamed-Wright Finals To-day. I
Newport, R. 1., Aug. 21.—0f the fifty-six
men entered for the national tennis tourna
ment only two, Beals Wright and W. A.
Lamed, remain. These players have proved
themselves superior *to all the players they
have met. In their last matches Wright beat
R. D. Little, 7-5, 2-6, 6-1, 6-2, and Lamed
beat L. E. Ware, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2. - •
To-day these two met In the seventh nation
al championship.
Threshers Want Another Game.
The players of the Minneapolis Threshing
Machine company team complain of the
treatment accorded them at Little Falls last
Sunday. They - accuse the umpire of being
unnecessarily severe and of making ' some
very raw. decisions, which were invariably
favorable to the home team. The threshers
are anxious for another game with Little
Falls, but it must be on neutral grounds.
They would j accept Dr. Chance, .. of Little
Falls, as umpire.
>-'i.;G. A. R. Comrades • - -•
Remember your friends! .The Minne
apolifi & St. Louis R. R. . has made the
cent , a mile rate $14.82 to Cleveland and
return Sept. 7, 8 and 9. Reserve your
berth in tourist sleeper now. E. - W.
Mortimer, Past Dept. Commander, No. 1
Washington avenue S. . ■
Saturday Evening Hop at Lake Min
netonka. -
" Everybody who likes to dance Is cor
dially invited to Hotel del Otero, Spring
Park, Saturday afternoon and evening,
Aug. 24. Music by full orchestra. Finest
dancing floor at the lake. -••
See Great : Northern time cards for In
formation as to train service.
Carey Flexible Cement Roofing, best on
earth. W. S. Nott Co. Telephone 376.
CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS
SPITTLE SICK HEADACHE
I v m m Y*W% Positively cured by these Little Pills.
I\l LiC They also relieve distress from Dyspepsia Indigestion and Too
■ mill C* Hearty Eating. A perfect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness,
PILLS Ba/^L Taste in the Month, Ooated Tongue, Pain in the Side, TOEPID
jffir"|| LIVER They regulate the Bowels. Puiiely Vegetable.
S I Small PilL Small Dose. Small Price.
A SHOCK TO THE COHSuhiii.
The Coroner's Verdict.
"I had just said good bye to him, and
he ran down the steps from my office
laughing, throwing a joke over his
shoulder as he went. He looked the
picture of health and strength. Ten
minutes later I was called to where he
lay rigid and silent on the sidewalk.
His life had been snuffed out like a
candle." That was a friend's testimony
before the coroner. The verdict of the
coroner's jury was—« Died of heart fail
ure." The next day the press chronicled
the sudden taking of a well-known citi
zen under the familiar head of "A Shock
to the Community." Then the "street"
soon ceased to remember the *tnan so
swiftly taken away. '
This is no fancy sketch. Every day
deaths occur in some such manner—
deaths attributed to heart failure by the
medical profession. Cold science has
ridiculed the idea of dying of a broken
heart. Hearts don't break says science.
But it. has to admit that
HEARTS BREAK DOWN.
A man who has a valuable engine,
gives it a good track to run on, tests its
capacity and keeps well inside it, keeps
it always properly lubricated and does
all that i 3 possible to get the best results
with least friction. Suppose the man
ran his engine careless of the water in
the boiler or the fuel under the engine
and regardless of the steam gage. Sup
pose he crowded the engine up grade,
and coupled an extra car or two to the
train he was pulling, regardless of the
fact that he was putting every ounce of
strain on the engine it could bear. What
would you expect ? A break down. En
gine failure.
Heart failure comes that way. The
heart is little larger than a man's fist and
is the most wonderful as it is the most
delicate of organs. In each _,cwenty-four
hours the dual heart moves approxi
mately six tons of blood, which is equiv
alent to about two barrels of blood every
hour, and this without rest or pause from
the first breath of infancy to the last sigh
of old age. What can you expect when
a man eats regardless of the nutrition
which feeds the heart as well as every
other organ of the body ? What can you
expect when he crowds this delicate en
gine to the uttermost, but what happens
—break down, heart failure. And the
tragedy of heart failure will continue to
be repeated until men are warned of
the peril of overwork and inadequate
nutrition.
"WEAK HEARTS"
are growing too common, and the means
of establishing a healthy heart action at
the same time increasing the entire phy-
NORTHWESTERN WEDDINGS
Specials to The Journal.
Hastings, Minn., Aug. 21.—Miss Agnes L.
Ryan of Marsban and John F. MeShane were
married in the Church of the Guardian Angel
yesterday. Rev. J. A. Fitzgerald read the
service. Miss Emma Ryan was maid of honor
and J. J. MeShane, Jr., was best man.
Miller, S. D., Aug. 21.—Miss Katherine
Weeks, principal of the St. Lawrence school,
and Rev. Bruce McCully of Ohio were mar
ried yesterday. They left for Montana.
Morris, Minn., Aug. 11.—Miss Mary Finne
gan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Finns
gan, and Joseph Gaftney were married yes
terday morning.
Faribault, Minn., Aug. 21. —Miss Anna Wag
ner and John P. Bieter were married in the
Church of St. Lawrence. Rev. P. Ellshort
read the service. Miss Orla Harkins and
Carl Bruce were married at the home of the
bride yesterday. Th© service was read by
Rev. M. B. Critchett.
$14.82 Cleveland and Return via Soo
Line.
For the National Encampment Q. A. R.
at Cleveland, Sept. 9-14,. the Soo Line will
soil on Sept. 6-10 inclusive, round trip
tickets at $14.82 from Minneapolis and St.
Paul. Tne route is by steamer from St.
Ignace, which is considered one of the
most delightful tripe on the Great Lakes.
Make your reservations early and be as
sured of good accommodations. Soo Line
Ticket office, 119 S. Third street.
c# Freedom from Freckles I
CsX-^ ;r::": and from all such disfigurements and W
blemishes, follows the use of the 11
((P Carlsbad Spradal Water. It clears (|
(M j^-^^__ -A^-^^ an( freshens the skin wonderfully— | |
£&&&*) takes away that dull and mottled look i^
W /'^^^r at comes from stomach derangements. Even '■■] f
*SffCW\\ -ia chronic and r stubborn cases of skin disor- .W)
(fp vlp^a^ ders, like eczema, it is the prescribed remedy, i |
|ft a\|\\\V/^CT lh\ If a decided laxative action is desired, take £|
•m'''/-:fl7^Vv('/ a teaspoonful. of the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt with ||
~!fo- iv y\\M\ the first tumblerful of the water early in the hii
W .;C -\S*. V// morning before breakfast Insist upon the ]
H^s^/yr ! / Senuifle imported, ■ natural Carlsbad Sprudel W>
®':'^^ / Water and Salt, which has the signature of %
<% i^^ T -/ "Eisner & Mendelson Co. sole agents, New 11
!^|V:'.-... ' ■■:." York," on every bottle. . r :".;:V. ' |
i~c*i capacity, should be interesting to
everyoue.
" I had been troubled with heart trouble
and catarrh of the stomach," writes Mr.
W. D. Merchant, of Tylersburg, Clarion
Co., Perm. "Had doctored for some
time without relief, then I began to take
Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery.
I took seven bottles. Before I began to
take it / weighed 119 pounds, and now 1
weigh 176. I am working steadily and
feel like a well man. I send you many
thanks."
Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery
is a medicine specially designed to cure
diseases of the stomach and other organs
of digestion and nutrition and to purify
the blood. But the ingredients which
enter into the " Discovery " include one
of the best heart tonics known iv medi
cine. So while "Golden Medical Dis
covery" cures the diseased stomach, it
strengthens the heart and enables the
pumping of an adequate blood supply to
the stomach and kidneys thus improving
the action of these organs.
"I was in poor health
when I commenced taking
Doctor Pierces medicine,"
writes Mr.. Elmer Lawler,
of Volga, Jefferson Co., Ind.
"I had heart, stomach and
lung troubles. Was not able
to do any work. I had a
severe cough and hemor
rhage of the lungs, but af
ter using your medicine a
while I commenced to gain
in strength and flesh, anc
stopped coughing right
away. I took about six bot
ties of the • Golden Medical
Discovery.' I feel like a
different person. I gladly
recommend your medicine
to all sufferers, for I know
it cured me."
Physical strength is made
from food properly digestec
and assimilated. But the
sum of physical strength is
made up of the strength of
each physical organ. A
man's strength is made up
of heart strength, liver
strength, kidney strength,
lung strength, etc., in com
bination, and all this
strength is created and sus
tained by the nutrition derived from
food. Hence it is easy to see that when
the stomach and its allied organs are dis
eased and the nutrition of the body is re
duced, that the consequent weak body
means weakness of its organs, "weak"
hearty "weak" lungs, "weak" kidneys,
etc. And when "Golden Medical Dis
covery " has cured diseases of the stom
ach and digestive and nutritive tracts,
strength comes back to the body and
its several organs in the only way which
strength can be made, that is by the
nutrition derived from food properly di
gested and assimilated. Hence diseases,
of heart, liver, Kings, kidneys and other
organs are cured by "Golden Medical
Discovery" when as is frequently the
case these diseases have their origin in
the diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition.
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free, and so obtain the
medical opinion of a specialist without
cost or fee. All correspondence held as
strictly private and sacredly confidential.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
The motive for substitution is to en
able the dealer to make the little more
profit paid on the sale of less meritorious
medicines. When a dealer offers a sub
stitute medicine claiming it to be "just
as good " as " Golden Medical Discovery,"
remember that he is the only person who
can possibly profit by the substitution.
f y
DON'T BUY ONE.
Don't buy a medical work when you
can get one free. Dr. Pierces Common
Sense Medical Adviser containing more
than a thousand large pages and over
seven hundred illustrations is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent
stamps for the volume in cloth bind
ing, or only 21 stamps for the book
in paper covers. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Attention G. A. R.
On Sept. 7th, Bth and 9th, the Wisconsin
Central railway, the official route of the
G. A. R., will sell round trip tickets to
Cleveland for $14.82 good to return October
Bth. For your tickets and sleeping car
berths call on or address V. C. Russell,
C. P. & T. A., 230 Nicollet avenue, Min
neapolis, Minn.
BESTFQRTHE
BOWELS
If you haven't a regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every day, you're sick, or will be. Keep your
bowels open, and be well. Force, in the shape of
violent physio or pill poison, is dangerous. Th«
smoothest, easiest, most perfect way 01 keeping ih«
bowels clear and clean is to take • ■
Mm -SB CATHARTIC
Taßfefc.. TRADE mark WlOt»Tttt»D \_jf^
' Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. TaiteGkwl. Do Good.
Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c Wo Write
for roe sample, and booklet on health.' Address
Sterllat K.m»Jjr Co«p»ny, Chicago, Xcntnal, Haw lork. 3fia
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1901.
WANT ADS ON PAGES 10, 11
Death*.
Florence Lussin, 2024 Oakland ay, 22 years.
Mrs. Jennie M. ■ Coleman, 409 6th at S, 43
- years. . > ■ r.,.. .•'• „ .
Max Matula, city hospital, 21 years.
John Jenaurak, 2211 2d st S, 7 years.
Lucretia Buehler, 432 Main st NE, 70 years.
Nancy Merrow Trufant, 2614 Clinton at, 83
years.
Catherine Mooney, 2403 James ay N, 2 months.
Zoa De Gwat, Asbury hospital, 21 years.
Thomas Lyons, city hospital, 32 years.
Martha C. Mickelson, 3046 21st ay S, 48 years.
Raynus Schultz,. 1728 University ay NE, 9
months, . . . '.'>'■ .' . ■.'.'■■
I Gladys Mary Tuckson, 110 31st. ay N, 20
months. . ... . . / .
' Gertrude Schulther, 1513 3d st N, 18 years.
Cornelia E. Johnson, 329 University ay SE,
76 years.
Dora Warner, 836 Thornton ay, 1 year.
Marriage License*. '
Albert Sullwold anS Rose E. Smetana. >
William A. Norred and Cora C. Jones.
Max L. Keith and Marie A. Lundberg.
1 AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS , WANTED—FOR A QUICK SELL
er; large profits. Particulars for stamp;
sample, 25c. Eug. L. Warren, Little Falls.
Minn. i ...-.-
2 ANNOUNCEMENTS
O OUR VISITORS' DAYS : #
Q , Are Wednesday and Thurs- O
Q day of each week. On these '■&
O days we shall be pleased to ' O
D - have our friends and patrons Q
g one and all, call and be con- 'Q
£» > ducted through the estab-. O
Q : llshment. We are sure that ~ 3
Q it will be interesting to you $
D to watcH the finest laundry 0
Q. plant in the city in opera- £>
8 tion- - 9
8 THE FULLER LAUNDRY, $
8 • 609-611 HENNEPIN AY. S
-0 Tel. Both Lines, , #
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4_^^JUJ4MJER^E^ORTS_^_
FRONTENAC, LAKE PEPIN. MINN., ONE
of the finest 6-acre properties at this famous
resort. . Jaeger & Torelle, 310 Bk. Commerce.
S_^BUSINJS£PE]^ON ;
SWITCHES, SWITCHES, SWITCHES.
90 cents and up. Send for price list. Feeiy
& Crocker, 515 Nlcollet ay. '
g BUSINESS CHANCES
YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY
Judicious, systematic operations on the wheat
market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents.
Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures,"
explaining option trading. The Osboru Grain
Co.; 813 to 819 Phoenix building, Minneapolis.
Members Chamber of Commerce.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
Our new book, just Issued, tells you how to
make from $5 to $20 per day with a small
investment in grain or stocks. Your name
on a postal card will bring it free. Write
to-day. ■
THE COS COMMISSION COMPANY, •
Bank of Commerce Building,
Minneapolis. Minn.
DRUG STOCK FOR SALE; SPLENDID
opening for man with small capital; Red
River valley, Mlnneaota^Addresa 2835, Jour.
THE SAVINGS FUND CO., 110 TEMPLE
Court, pays 4 and 5 per cent on deposit; capi
tal, $350,000; surplus, $30,000.
WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR SIX BRAINY
men for agency work, who can speak Swedish
language. Investors' Syndicate, 1204 Guar
anty building, Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE— TRADE—A MEAT MAR^"
ket, fixtures and stock. Thos. Burke, Mc-
Henry, 111. ■ , .
FOR RENT—IN THE VILLAGE OF STAR
buck, Pope county, Minn. We have a fine,
new stone building for rent, 25x60, 14 feet
high, with full atone basement; building
finished with steel siding and asbestos roof
ing; suitable for any mercantile business.
We will rent for a reasonable 7 price. Apply
to Ellertson Bros., Starbuck, Minn. '
MUST BE SOLD—S4,OOO GENERAL , STOCK
merchandise at 50 cents on the dollar.. Run
ning and doing good business. Best location
in Minnesota. Box 68, Le Roy, Minn.
WANTED—TO BUY ALL THE OLD DEBTS
in North Dakota, for cash. North Dakota
Collection Agency, Cooperstowa. N. D.
GET YOUR FURNACE "REPAIRED NOW;
don't wait until you want to start a fire; re
pairs for all furnaces. , Great Western Stove
Repair Co. Tel. 161. 312 Hennepln ay.
FOR SALE—TWENTY-ROOM HOTEL, FUR
nisned; only hotel. in southern Minnesota
town of 800 inhabitants; 20 regular hoarders
at present; $2,000, half cash, balance mort
gage. Address 645, Journal.
FOR SALE— OF GENTS' FURNISH-"
ings; invoice about $1,100. Also stock dry
goods; invoice $2,200. Both doing good busi
ness. Here is a good chance for some one
to go Into business. May consider some
trade. C. A. Qulst Co., 109 4th st S.
FOR, SALE—LAUNDRY, IN COUNTY SEAT,'
Minnesota, on two railroads; fine trade estab
lished; standard prices; money maker for a
practical man and wife. Address 390, Journal.
ILL. HEALTH CAUSES ME TO SELI7~MY
property at Lowry, Pope county, Minn., con
sisting of one 14-room neat dwelling-house,
with spring water, well and shade trees one
double front store, 40x80, with fresh, up-to
date general merchandise, with a prosperous
paying business; call or write at once lor
further information. John E. Benson.
PERSONS HAVING SMALL OR LARGE
sums of money to invest with sure, quick and
large returns, with a « reliable • and honest
company, can do so by calling on the super
intendent at rooms 516 and 617 Hotel Rich
mond, 3th stand Nicollet ay, Minneapolis.l
This week is your last good opportunity.'
IF YOU HAVE $500 YOU CAN SECURE A
very profitable and rapidly increasing busi
ness. Good income immediately. Pleasant and
honorable. Must sell at once. 634, Journal.
PARTNER— BUSINESS MAN WITH
experience in office work for . manufacturing
business; will bear most thorough investiga
tion. Exceptional opportunity and a good in
come - guaranteed. $5,000 required. 78C,
Journal. --. . .- - '
DAIRY OF 22 JERSEY COWS FOR SALE,"
horse, new milk wagon, route, cans, sleighs,
everything complete and well paying. Call
3221 Emerson ay N. Going away first of the
month. ■ . . '
RESTAURANT FOR SALE IN GOOD LO
cality. Will sell cheap. Call or address 2001
Cedar ay. ■ ' ,
THE PARTNERSHIP OF THE ECONOMY
Plumbing Co. is dissolved. Mr. Withee re
tires and Mr. H. J. Freudenfeld will continue
the business under the old firm name. Mr.
Freudenfeld has had 24 years' experience In
this line, and any one building or requiring
work of this kind will find it to their ad
vantage to call on him for mate*.
FOR RENT— OR SALE—FURNISHED 12
--room boarding-house; everything modern*
long lease, rent reasonable. Must sell. 2011
18th ay 3. ■'■■.'-■ -. ,
WANTED— TO BUY THE WHOLE OR CON-'
trolling interest in a bank In a live country
town. Address 828, Journal. '
$8,500—J0-BARREL WATER POWER FLOUR
mill, exchange city property; $4,000, 80-room
hotel, county seat (Minnesota), exchange city
property; $800, grocery, $30 day * business,
cheap rent. Walker & Smith, 404 Century
building. . - . -
FOR RENT—STORE IN D.ULUTH AT 12 W
Superior st, large light room with basement
and steam heat; fine opening for ladies' fur
nishings, cloaks, millinery or men's goods.
W. M. Prlndle & Co., Duluth.
BARBER SHOP • FOR SALE IN FlßST
class town of 3,000; tha best shop in city; lo
cated in center of the. main street; this Is a
snap for some one, as I wish to retire from
business. Address 831, Journal. ' ..■-:.
SAWMILL, pine timber; large tract land and
stock farm; modern Improvements, within 60
miles of Mpls; a money making investment.
ROOMING house; nea-t, central, profitable. ■
BOARDING house; nothing better In city. .
CONF., cigar, $250; < bargain. 1100 Lumber
Exchange. ■ ■ ->,j
<?> WHEN YOU CAN'T GET IT. «>
<*> When your local collector can't get it, <$>
4> When your, lawyer can't get It, ('■.'•' ' &
4> When your lawyer get it, can't <g>
When your fake collection agency can't <«>
<$> ' get it, send. your ■ old, hard account <£>
4 to th» BARR & WIDEN' COMMBR- <£>
<5> CIAL AGENCY CO., St. Louis (not <&
<§> Chicago). They WILL get it. Call or &
4> address W. M. Cleveland, district man- <$>
<i> ager, 606 Boston block. , <-' £>
FIVE GREENHOUSES FOR RENt7"~|i27M
per month, If taken at once. At 2427 22% «v S.
HOTEL IN NORTHEASTERN SOUTH DA
kota, newly fitted up, running In good shape;
free and clear; . reasons , (or telling,, do not
understand i the business and don't like > It.
Walters, New York Life building, Minneapo
11s, Minn. .
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR; MOLES, ETC., PER
manently removed by electricity. .Miss Hoi-
Hater, 77-78 Syndicate block. Pioneer stand of
the northwest.- Exclusive specialist. • ■'
B______BICYCLES
fOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN, A LADY'S
4tn League bicycle; Can be seen -at 51«
•illl St bE,
WANTED—THE BEST - 26-INCH~DI\MOND
frame wheel that $15 will buy; give full de
scrlptlon. 79. Journal. ...
10 BOARD AND ROOMS
TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS
in modern house; single and en suite; good
board. Tel. 2745- 922 6th ay S.
FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD; LARGE
lawn; references required. 410 9th st S. r
. ROOM AND BOARD. '. """""
608 7th. st 8. • , >
MODERN, PLEASANT AND &UNNY ROOMS
in the vicinity of Central high, school, with
or without board; reasonable terms to good
party; references exchange*. Address 841,
Journal. • . ■» ■, ; .. • . -■ • .. -
11 BOARD OFFERED
TWO GENTLEMEN TO OCCUPY HAND
some private residence with young couple;
central; select neighborhood. Reference* re
qulred. Address 862. Journal. -
12 BOARD WANTED
WANTED—BY TWO YOUNG MEN, ROOM
and board in private family; walking distance
of postofflce; references. Address 822, Jour
nal.' :.->' ■ : . . . i
MOTHER AND GROWN SON WISH BOARD
and rooms in private family; will furnish own
rooms if desired; references exchanged. Ad
dreas 842, Journal.
13 cows
DAIRYMEN — BUY YOUR GROUND
screenings, oil meal; ground oats, chicken
feed, bran, shorts, at the Flour City fc«d mill,
257 9th a/ 8; prices low. .
14 CLAIRVOYANTS
MRS. MANEWELL GIVES READINGS daily,
9 to 5 p. m. 620^ Nicollet, room 14.
lg DYEING AND CLEANING
THE MINNEAPOLIS DYE WORKS
A. HORNUNG. PROP. FRENCH "DRY
CLEANING. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED DRY CLEANING ESTABLISH
MENT IN THE NW. OFFICE, 242 NIC
TEL. 510; AND 522 NIC, TEL. 3186-J-2. '
TWIN CITY DYE WORKS - PRACTICAL
dyers and French dry cleaners; out-of-town
orders solicited; prices moderate. 420 Nicol
let. Telephone 1576. ..
17 HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
OUR $4.50 CURLY POMPADOURS, $J. SEE
out $1 switches; worth $2.50. Shampooing,
25c. Face massage, 35c.
MME. DE LEO. 495 Syndicate Arcade.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
delay. & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bids.
LOANS from $100 upwards; city property pre
ferred; no delay. J. B. labour, 410 Ist ay S.
MONEY TO LOAN; EASY~TERMS; LOW
rates. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building.
4Vi TO 6 PER CENT MONEY, WITH"THE
•'on or before" privilege, to loan on -improved
property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M.
Newport, 309-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st
S. Minneapolis.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO SAL
ARIED PEOPLE, RETAIL MERCHANTS.
TEAMSTERS, BOARDING-HOUSES, ETC.,
without security; easiest terms; forty offices
in principal cities. Tolman, 920 N. Y. Life.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FARM
property; low Interest. Barnes 8r05.,104 S 4th.
AT LOWEST RATES—MO"NEY~TO~LOANTR^
D. Cone A Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building.
MORTGAGE LOANS—Rates low; any sumT;
no delay; see us sure. Gale & Co., N. Y. Life.
DO YOU KNOW :
You can borrow money on your note If you
are a SALARIED PERSON and hold a steady
position? CHEAPEST RATES, LONGEST
TIME AND EASIEST TERMS. No mortgage,
or indorser required. No one knows except
ourselves. MINNEAPOLIS FINANCIAL CO.,
removed to room 408. fourth floor, N. Y. Life.
88 MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- Jg
Z4 pie—We are prepared to loan reason- 5^
S'< able amount* to salaried people hold- 84
Zi ing steady positions with responsible z*
& concerns, on easy weekly or monthly {;•
Z» payments. We conduct our business z*
Zi strictly confidential. Lowest rates and &
It. fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, Zi
Zi Bank of Commerce building. x*
8&888& i agaass % v*n v.% sssaasgs ssssa*
WE HAVE A BLOCK OF EASTERN MONEY
to loan at 5 per cent on choice residence
property. Thorpe Bros., And rug bldg.
QUICK LOANS ~ *
TO
SALARIED PEOPLE.
SAME DAY AS APPLICATION.
On your own name without security or In
dorser; payment payable to suit yourself;
those who contemplate borrowing can be as
sured of the confidential treatment that all
persons of refinement and pride feel Is essen
tial in matters of this nature. Our offices
are so arranged that you do not come in con
tact with other applicants and you can be
waited on t privately and quickly. Open
Wednesday and Saturday evenings until a.
PRIVATE INTERVIEWING ROOMS.
MINNEAPOLIS LOAN COMPANY,
601-602 Globe Building. __.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SCHOOL BONDS.
Open bids for two thousand ($2,000) j dollars,
5 per cent school bonds, will be received by
the board of Blooming Valley school district.
Grant county, S. D., before and including
Sept. 15, 1901; said bonds payable in ten (10)
equal annual payments, beginning five years
from date; interest payable annually; board
reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
O. P. J. Engstrom Clerk Blooming Valley
School District, Waubay, S. D.
WANTED—S2,OOO, -5 PER CENT, UPON Ai
farm 10 miles from Minneapolis, worth $8,000.
Address 797, Journal.
BAD JUDGMENT ■ - •_■ " -^
Often results la empty pockets. : If you are a
salaried person, we will loan you money on
your own note without mortgage, Indorser or
publicity; be wise and get our rates before
borrowing. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., 202
Sykea block, entrance 256 Henaepln ay. ?
20 FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS
WOOD, dry,sl.7s; two 10ad5,52.75; gre«n,sl up.
Plymouth Lbr., 4 Lumber Exch. Phone 717-J2.
FOR RENT — 90x170 TENT. AMERICAN
Tent and Awning, 125, 127, 129 Ist ay N. Min
neapolis^
~ COLFAX MINERAL WATER '
Will permanently cure -constipation. We
guarantee results; $1.75 per six-gallon case.
The Glenwood-Ingiewood Co.. 313 Hennepln.
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, fin* condi
tion, splendid bargain. Goodyear, 81» Hea'pln.
WATCHES CLEANED $1. main springs $1- war
ranted 1 yr. Fisk's, 17 8 Wash., Nlc. Hou«e.
MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR
moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni
ture for sale. Rainvllle Bros., manufactur
ers, 17 Nicollet island. Both phones. , .
PHILADELPHIA LAWN MOWERS, HIGH
grade hose, screen doors, paints and *\\m ■ ■
J. H. Smith, 214-216 Hennepln ay.
EAGLE MACHINERY CO., 660 TEMPLE
Court;»for sale cheap, 200 warehouse and
railroad trucks; % every warehouse should
have from one to a dozen; cost new $30 each
sale price $4; guaranteed in good order; also
one 60-H. P. tubular boiler, complete, with
all castings and trimmings; ■ built by NtcolUt
Island Water Works; will guarantee a pres
sure of 200 lbs; price; L o. b. cars. Min
neapolis, $250, worth at least $700; making
these prices low as I wish to close out quick.
Also one three-story freight elevator, in first
class condition, having been used but a short
time, $125. Tel. Main 3246 L 2.
GREATEST BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
■tore and office fixtures; 200 feet glass office
partitions, shelvlngs, counters, show cases,
coffee mills, scales, desks, safes, all descrip
tions - and sizes; complete watchmakers'
lathes, cheap, ta 3d st 3. • ' .
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 257 Henn. ar—
Sell, rent, repair all makes. Ask for prices.
C. O. CONN, CORNET, SILVER-PLATED;
complete, $35. Max Kohen, 327 S Washington.
PIANOS—GREAT SALE OF PIANOS NOW
going on at Foster ft Waldo's. Sweeping dis
counts on every piano in stock. Sale lasts
until Sept. 1. You can save $50 to $150 on
your piano at this sale. New pianos, $125 to
$390; used pianos, uprights. $90, $100, $110
$115, $125, $140. $145; Checkering, $140; Hallet
ft Davis, $165; Fischer, ■ $136. ,: Terms. -, cash or
$4 to $10 per month. Foster * Waldo, 40 sth
st 8. corner Nlcollet " ..'>.
BUY AND BELL " YOUR SECOND-HAND
store fixtures, office furniture, safes, stoves,
furniture, wagons, pianos and organs, at 1027
Washington »tr 8. . Largest stock west of
Chicago. • " : . -' -: - ■ '„_ .
BIG SNAP—SBS—LATEST OAK. SBVEN
drawer Singer sewing machine, $25; Whit*
$10; Pomeatio, $5. -Elmer, 720 Ist aVs. •. .
FOR SALJB~fI2 DOUBLE-BREASTED MAC
lntosh, cheap; length,. 60 inches; finest made;
never worn. Call at 1023 6th aT 8. mornings.
FOR SALE— t HARDWOOD BOOK
case. 7 fact high and 4 test wide; glass doow.
cheap. Call at 807 14th «v N. .

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