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WANTS-Pagesll,l2.
•; SITUATIONS WANTED
' Continued.
A YOUNG MAN OF 19 YEARS OLD WOULD
like position in country printing office to learn
trade; two or three years experience; beat
of references for time I have worked; will
sot work for less than $24 a month and board.
Address Wm, Hurly, Jr.. Forman. N. D.
"WANTED— A DENTAL STUDENT,
•work in private family, for board and room.
Inquire Perry Hanson, secretary Y. M. C. A.
SITUATION WANTED— A MARRIED
man, as janitor; experienced in steam and
hot water. Can do all repair work In and
around building. Best of references given.
Address 3706, Journal.
WANTED—SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
engineer. Has seven years experience and
can furnish best of reference. 4061, Journal.
EXPERIENCED~SALESMAX"WANTS"POSI
tiou, city or road, staple goods. Address 4050,
Journal. -_ ,-. ■ ■
WANTED—PLACE TO WORK FOR ROOM
and board while attending * business college.
Address 4138, Journal.
go FEMALE
A RELIABLE DRESSMAKER WISHES A
tew more engagements in families; reason
able prices for long engagements; city refer
ences. 8975, Journal. __
YOUNG LADY DESIRES PERMANENT PO-
Bition in office. Experienced in all lines, of
office work. ■ Will work for moderate wages.
Journal.
SITUATION WANTED —BY COMPETENT
cook, in private family, vicinity of 24th st
and 14th ay S; Wages $4. 243314 th ay S^__
SITUATION WANTED— WORK FOR
board while learning the millinery trade.
Address 4016, Journal.
RELIABLE LADY~DESIRES A POSITION
as nurse or companion to an invalid; travel
ing or located any place out of the city. Ad
dress 4064, Journal. ■
53 STORAGE
THE BOYD TRANSFER AND FUEL CO.
lias unequaied facilities for moving and stor
ing household goods; packing for storage and
shipment by experienced men. Office, 46 South
3d Bt. Telephone, Main 656. both exchanges.
FIREPROOF STORAGE, New, Clean Rooms.
REALTY CO.. M 6 Ist ay N. Tel. Main a) 62 J.
57EXCHANGJ-MIS^ELLANEOJJS
TO TRADE—ONE LADY'S AND ONE GEN
tleman's bicycle, in good order, for shot gun.
Address 3997. Journal.
53 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
WE BUY diamonds or trade for uew; we pay
cash tot old gold or make into new jewelry.
Jacobs Jewelry Co., 41 Washington ay S.
CASH PAID for all kinds of household goods.
Don't sell before getting estimates from the
Town Market. 25-27 sth at S. Tel. 1993.
CAR-LOADS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS
made up for Pacific coas: points, making a
big saving in. freight. Parties moving to the
coast should not fail to consult us. The
Boyd Transfer Co., 46 3d st S.
JIIGH SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD
and exchanged. Goodyear Book Co.. 319 Hen.
WANTED—TO BUY A GOOD COOK STOVE
or range, with water front. Address, stating
name, kind and price, 3627, Journal.
WANTED—ORIENTAL RUGS, LARGE SIZE
Kiva and other smaller rugs. Will pay cash.
Address 3978. Journal.
WANTED—TO~BUY A PAIR~OF~GREEN
canary birds. Write to H. J. Hanson, 338 E
g6th st; state price.
WANTED—OOOK~STOVE[ MUST BE IN
good repair and cheap. 4100, Journal.
WANTED—A PAPER CUTTER, IN GOOD
condition. Give particulars and lowest cash
price. Also cart. Address drawer H, Fer
|ui Falls, Minn.
FURNACE—GOOD FURNACE, PAPAPT.K
heating eight-room house; must be a bargain;
Btate make, size, condition and price. 4114,
Journal.
50 WANTED TO RENT
& WB HAVE A V CONSTANT DEMAND
*» for modern bouses, flats and stores. *i
S, List your property with us for prompt gi
Zi rental. . &
& THORPE BROS.. $
8* ' Andrus Building. , *2
&8888 BS32SgS3B SggBSBBSSgB 8388888828838888
GENTLEMAN AND WIFE DESIRE WELL
furnished flat, Oct. Ist, for winter or longer.
No children; excellent care given; references.
8971. Journal.
WANTED— IST, TEN-ROOM MODERN
house in Lake district. R. E. men notice.
Address 4034, Journal.
WHY PAT "RENT? WE HATE HOMES
from $700 to $3,500; $100 to $200 down and
monthly payments. Lauderdale & Co., 355
Temple Court.
£■ HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT? O
t> I make a specialty of renting and <Q
Q taking care of all kinds of property, <Q
O managing estates, etc I can save you 3
D money. Walter L. Badger, 217 New £$
Q York Life building. ja
WANTED—BY MAN AND WIFE, TWO OR
three unfurnished modern rooms for house
«eep^ng_!_ce*itral;jstate_pric_e. 4115. Journal.
ROOM WANTED—BY~YOUNG LADY* iN
strictly private family. Address 4065, Jour
nal.
WANTED— or POUR UNFUB~
Htshed rooms in modern flat within walking
distance of 4th ay S and 18th st. Address
4101, Journal. _
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM OF~WID^
ow tenant, where there are no other room
ers, by young business man; state terms and
location., 4095, Journal.
Ql WANTED— ESTATE
WILL BUY HOUSE, SIX OR SEVEN
rooms, with small payment down, balance
monthly. What have you? 3999, Journal.
iH WE WANT )«
\H A modern and up-to-date choice resi- S
*s deuce, 10 to 14 rooms, Lowry Hill or )g
[i an equally choice location, with large *Ji
yg and desirable 'grounds. We mean ♦£
« business and will pay $20,000 to $30,000 £2
Jfe and make an all-cash purchase. *jt
$s Owners, call or address. «2
» LANE & CONRAD CO., S
V£ .; - 513 Phoenix Building. jjf
63 MINES AND MINING
HAVE 2,000 SHARES GREAT REPUBLIC
gold mining stock for sale; highest cash price
take* it on or before Sept. 20. George T. Ben
nam. Austin. Minn. . . ;
65 MOVING
SAFES, BOILERS AND HEAVY MACHIN
ery moved; household goods moved and \
stored or packed for shipment by expert
paokers. Boyd Transfer and Fuel Co 46 3d
at S. Telephone Main 656. both companies.
THE M. P. D. delivers packages In the city
10c; St. Paul, 16c. 15 7th st S. Tel. 1526-1. I
CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE- i
Farnltura moved, stored, packed, shipped •
bast facilities: largest and finest transfer
vans. Office 200 Nlc. Tel 1203; res, TbL 2234-L.
(J7 MACHINERY AND ENGINES
WORKING AND j WOOD-WORKING
Machinery—Largest stock in the northwest.
Northern Machinery Co., 217 So. 3d st, Mpls.
68 PENSIONS
::■■ : . R. B. HOSTSTLER i
PENSION ATTORNEY
Room 807, : Boston block. Minneapolis. Minn.
<& ■■:. PENSIONS. WAR CLAIMS O
" & •;■-.; : ROBERT WATSON, " 5
o Notary Public, 306 Boston block. «
; & Soldiers' additional homesteads wanted, 8
74^^^TU1RIERS^/ ~
LADIES INTENDING TO PURCHASE FINE I
furs would do well to examine my line and
j get prices on ! seal, otter, Persian lamb and i
Bear-seal coats. Large line of gents' fur
lined coats, made from imported Kersey,
lined with selected skins; handsome, durable
coats, at moderate prices. * Fine furs to order
at short notice. Repairing,, remodeling, and
redying. . First-class work; reasonable prices
'A. Reiner, practical furrier. Thirty years'
experience. ; 15 9th st S, corner HenneDin ,
'Phone -2729-J3 Main. ..;
STORAGE
Household goods a specialty. Un
equaled facilities and lowest rates.
Packing by experienced men.
BoydTransfer & Fuel Co., 46 So.TMrdSt
Telaoaoae Main 656—both exchange!. j
ONE-CENT-WORD AD,
Caused Clerk Ebersole of Omaha to
Attack His Employer.
HE WORE RED SHOE STRINGS
He Was About to Leave and Hl* Bon
Wanted Laahes of Another .'
*■•" Color. • .■;.■■■■' \* ' " /'
Special to The Journal.
Omaha. Sept. 11. —The following unique
advertisement appearing in au Omaha
newspaper to-day was the cause of a per
sonal assault and many broken bottles:
Wanted—A registered drug clerk who does
not wear red shoe strings or part his hair iv
the middle. Apply at 14ul Perk avenue.
John Ebersole, the present clerk, had
given notice that he would end his con
nection with the store on Oct. 1. He
Bays he is about to marry a youns woman
whose social and financial standing is
such as to render it unfit that he should
any longe* draw soda water.
Ebereole announced his purpose to his
employer, A. M. Westbrook, and the ad
vertisement followed. It was read before
a table full of people at the young clerk's
boarding-house, and Ebersole says he
was made the subject of many rude jests.
He admits that he wears scarlet shoe
strings, but holds that such Is one of his
privileges as a citizen.
As the clerk thought of the incident at
the breakfast table it grew upon him
that the advertisement was a direct per
sonal insult. He hurried to the drug
store and demanded this check to the pres
ent minute. The proprietor claimed that
Ebersole should^finish up his month by
the terms of the agreement. He refused
otherwise to pay the clerk for the portion
of September already completed.
This cross was too heavy for the young
man's endurance. He kicked in a show
case and swept a row of bottles to the
floor. The proprietor interfered and the
place bore a bull-in-e-china-shop effect
when the officers arrived.
The proprietor now wears a white apron
and several strips of court plaster. He
is drawing his own sada water.
THE ANTI-SGHLEY POINTS
RAISED BY NAVY DEPARTMENT
Admiral's Attorneys to Make Their
Most Strenuous Efforts to
Explain These,
Maw York Sun Sjaoclal Servian.
Washington, Sept. 11.--The Schley court
of Inquiry will be exhaustive. The gov
ernment printing office will on Thurs
day put 100 printers on duty to handle
the record for the court and the cost of
printers, proofreaders and stereotypers
will be about $700 a day.« The court will
assemble at 1 o'clock Thursday and hear
the protest against Admiral Howison and
the arguments submitted by Admirai
Schley's attorneys. There will then be
an executive session to determine what
action shall be taken.
The attorneys for Admiral Schley have
completed their briefs and they have also
concluded the preliminary examination of
the admiral's witnesses. They have se
lected four points which they regard as the
strongest to be made by the navy depart
ment which they will have to meet.
These are:
First—The retrograde movement at Santi
ago.
Second—His failure to shell the Colon when
she lay outside the Santiago harbor.
Third —His failure to coal his ships at sea.
Fourth —His controversy with Lieutenant
Commander Hodgson regarding what trans
pired on ,the bridge of the Brooklyn.
These points the attorneys for Schley
regard as the strongest against him and
they will make their most strenuous ef
fort to explain them in a way to acquit
him of blame.
Atorney General Knox having refused
to assign one of the assistant attorney
generals to aid Judge Advocate Lemly,
Edwin P. Hanna, solicitor of the navy
department, was formally designated to
day to assist judge advocate in conducting
the case for the government in the Schley
court of inquiry. Mr. Hanna is credited
with a comprehensive knowledge of mari
time law and naval regulations.
IN SAUK CENTRE
Annual Meeting- of State Dairymen
to Be Held There.
Special to The Journal.
Sank Center, Sept. 11. —The directors of
the State Dairymen's association have de
cided to hold the next annual convention
in Sauk Center. Although the date has
not been decided, it will be some time in
December. About 400 delegates will be
present. The program is in course of
preparation and the speakers include Even
Bverson of Meeker county, August Sam
uelson of Nlcollet county, Robert Crick
more of Steele county, Clement Halson
son of Brown, Professor Gregg, manager
of the state farm's institutes, and Profes
sor Haecker and others of the state uni
versity. Arrangements are being made for
an extensive display of butter, which will
be judged and scored by experts.
SHORT WORKING SEASON
Nome Country- About to Enter on
Nine Month! of Winter.
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 11.—Summer 1b
nearly over at Nome. All indications point
to an early winter which, after the late
spring, will make a very short season.
This announcement comes by the steam-
ship Centennial which has arrived from
Nome with 425 passengers and $250,000
gold. The ship brought the crew of the
•wrecked schooner James Sennett from
Unamak island.
913 to Buffalo Pan-American and Re
turn, $13
Via Nickle Plate Road, daily, with limit
of 15 days; 20 day tickets at $16.00 and
30 day tickets at $21.00 for the round trip.
Through service to New York and Boston
and lowest available rates. For particu
lars and Pan-American folder of buildings
and grounds, write John Y. Calahan, Gen
eral Agent, 111 Adams St., Chicago.
Violin Strings
At Metropolitan Music Co., 41-43 6th st S.
I Uncle Sam's
I Monogram
I Whiskey
f Pare, Palatable, Old.
I • For Medicinal and
; * General Use. :-r
>j Sold by Druggists, Dealer* and
: •- - BAWT mil fJSgfr E£ ISB mL, winiiAfouii
Millinery Dept.
Our buyers and trimmers have
returned from the east with all
the newest ideas shown in up
to-date headgear.
Thus we will show some very
swell early hats from $1.50 to
$5.00.
Stationery
Box Stationery, one quire paper
and envelopes, plain and *T g%
ruled. Special m \3
Linoleum
Fine heavy Scotch goods, 6 and
12 feet wide, worth EA A
75c yard OUC
Linens, White Goods
Clearing Sale of White Goods 4A^
values to 50c yard. Choice... Ivy
Napkins— Broken lots of half - dozens;
values to 53.00 doze». * "g* Of*
Choice, per half dozen ...... v^P^j
Camera Dept.
Black, amber and white trays, will keep
your solutions separate, 4 4 g^
4x5 size; worth 25c ....:"..... I 111
Lovell Plates, still the best, QQ^
4x5 size; 65c kind ......... %B VU
Tourist Buckeye Camera ££ 15 AA
for 3£x3£ films, only .%&^rmW€S>
American films for all sizes of Buckeye
Cameras or Bullseye Kodaks. '
Ladies' Neckwear
Sale of Makers Samples Black Liberty
Silk Ruffs. All you have to pay is the
first coat, and they are the best lot we
ever had. Prices, each, $1.50 to $10.
Laces
English Torchon Laces with insertions
to match, 1 to 2\ inches wide; a splen
did collection of new patterns, *• Ig^
values to 10c, special, yard V2V
Ribbons
Novelty Ribbons—Fine Figured Satin,
Liberty Taffeta and other popular sell
ers; 2 to 5 inches wide, in short lengths;
to close, values to 65c. 4A A
Yard ISfC
Handkerchiefs A
A splendid collection of fine Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs; selected for Thurs
day's sale; lace edges, hemstitches or
scallops values to 25c. «g| 6% 1 — fc
Each l^2&
Corsets, Undermuslins
Petticoats—Extra—4oo black and col
ors, mercerized Italian cloth, plaitings
and ruffles; worth to $2.00; flTftfl*
choice ........ $1.25 and %9*9 V
Corsets—Special—J.B., R. & &., G.
D., Ferris and American Lady, all col
ors and black; latest models, steel filled;
worth to $1.75. J9 &ft a
Choice „ 98c and I*
Dressing Sacques—Wool eiderdown and
flannels, solid and fancy colors; all
sizes; worth to $2.00. |{|| A
Choice 98c and Uw©
KING CROKER'S RETURN
TAMMANY ARRANGES A BLOW-OLT
Triumphal Entry to Be Made by the
Boss at the Outset of the
Campaien.
flow York Sun Suaolat Smi-vtam. '*
New York, Sept. 11. —Tammany is in. a
profuse sweat of expectation. Richard
Croker is looked for not later than Friday
of this week. The executive committee
of the hall is to meet on that day to
make some final arrangements for the pri
mary election to be held next Tuesday.
The first thing the committee will do will
be to pass resolutions on the attempt on
the president's life. -w;-. v
If its calculations are not upset by wind
or by wave or the mind of the boss, it
will arrange a dramatic appearance for
Croker at the outset of the campaign. It
expects, if the schedule will admit, to
place Croker in a carriage and drive him
from the pier to the Fourteenth street
wigwam, where he can attend the commit
tee meeting and make a speech to the
working braves before he goes to the club.
Such an arrngement, the friends of the
boas believe, would impressi upon the or
ganization and the public the fact that he
has left his happy home in Wantage, Eng
land, for the sole purpose of conducting
the Tammany campaign.' Up to this date
the braves have been in the air as to the
desires of Mr. Croker regarding the im
pending mayoralty contest. In his ac
customed manner he has kept his mouth
closed and has refused to make use of the
cable for the expression of his preference
as to the most available candidate.
SPAIN AND MOROCCO
Friction Arises Over the Imprison
ment of Spaniards.
JV'»w Turk Sun Special Swvlo*
London, Sept. 11.—Trouble may be
•brewing between Spain and Morocco. The
iMadrid correspondent of the Post under
stands that if two young Spaniards held
captives by the Moors are not released
by to-morrow the Spanish government will
address an ultimatum to the sultan of
Morocco, with the support of other pow
ers.
I - Madrid. Sept. 11.— i time : fixed by
Spain for : the.release of 5 the Spanish boy
and girl captured by Moorish tribes ex
pires Sept. 12. It is stated that the sul
tan wishes an extension because the
tribes are in rebellion, which the govern
ment ;is not disposed to grant, demanding
besides their j release, - compensation in
cash and the punishment of the tribes. It
is believed that other powers support
Spain's claims and that, failing satisfac
; tion, Spanish war vessels will be sent to
i Moorish waters.
HOGS HIGH
Peculiar Consequence* of the Un
usual Boom In Prices.
Special to The Journal.
Chicago, Sept. 11. —Owing to the recent
: unusual boom in prices for ; ; hogs, the
| "English" houses at the stock yards are
temporarily \ suspending . operations, the
price of hogs being relatively higher than
bacon and other hog products. Hogs have
had a great rise in price, present values
being the highest recorded Jin ' September
since 1882, when $9.35 a hundred pounds
was paid. The best hogs are selling this
week, for $7. The highest price paid in
September last year was $5.70. In Septem
ber, 1896, th» best hogs brought $3.35.
San Francisco and Return f 50.
For the Episcopal convention at San
Franclßco Oct. 1, the Soo Lin© will sell
round trip tiokes at $59, going via Soo-
Paciflc and return via southern routes.
Full particulars and descriptive matter at
£o Line ticket office, 119 2d *t S.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
THE NEW STORE
Hf^TA Tflft^i V one tomorrow. That's the his
llCl C I Uliayy tory of a great many of these
special daily offerings. Don't delay if interested.
EVANS, MUNZER, PICKERING & CO.
Just a few items of special interest —
A fine quality Smachen Kid Gloves,
Brosser embroidered, black and good
colors, should be $1. Spec- ':'. JE* fffti w
ial, pair .Oiiv
A few odd lots in high class Kid Gloves,
goods that have been selling at $1.50
and $1.75; splendid range of ■'. colors and
sizes, while they last, -£& >*
pair ....... ..... «F<tlw
A splendid pique sewn undressed kid,
with Paris points, heavy fall stock,
black and new colors; the beat &&'$
ever for the money, pair .;. '. ... *P 0
Draperies
Window Shades New line best ready
made shades, all colors, > "f!sid9»
each I [email protected]
Lace Curtains—Prettiest Novelty Lace
Curtains, Van Dyke styles, lace edge
and insertion in Battenburg, antique
and cluny styles, worth &£ L ia £ otHb&%
to $6 pair.............' %& «9 a SI %*
Oriental Rugs
Thursday's prices are cut.
Anatolian Mats, fine CBt& &%€%
piece 5....:........... %s4bm a W
Kazaks and Bokharas, fl^"y -"iff &%
small lot „,. <Sp £ i9v
Fine line large sizes in India and An
tique Persians—low prices.
Rimless Eye . Glasses or Spectacles,
mounted on best ten-year trimmings,
and fitted with best periscopic lens;
regular price, $3.50. , jffi* «fl "BE ffh
Thursday ............. © liUU
Drug Department
Madam Isabel Sargent's Complexion
Powder, all shades; regular \"ig%
price 25c. {Special I m \M
Bronchial Lozengers for bronchitis,
hoarseness, coughs, asthma, *fl O A
colds, etc.; regular 25c, special ■«■ w
Imported Eau De Cologne, ff&f*
special, per ounce %M %J
Linings
Silk Mercerized Skirtings—(Black);
also a few pieces of black and white;
very swell; values 25c and 39c 4 ST^
yard. Thursday I€f t#
TO RUN A STATE
lowa's Expenne Account Will Be
About $5.000,000 tor Two Years.
Special to The Journal.
Dcs Moines, lowa, Sept. 11.—According
to estimates made by the state auditor, it
will require $4,341,108 to run the state of
lowa for the next two years. This is
three-quarters of a million more than the
estimate of two years ago. At least half
a million more will be required for im
provements and betterments for the state
institutions under the board of control.
Increased appropriations for the educa
tional institutions are also asked, as there
is building to be done the coming year
both at Ames and lowa City.
In the biennial report made to-day to
the board of control by Superintendent
G. H. Hill of the hospital for the insane at
Independence, it is strongly recommended
that a state colony for epileptics be es
tablished. Dr. Hill points out the pressing
need for such an institution, in view of
the large number of epileptics in the
state, and advises the purchase of 2,000
acres of land centrally located and the
erection of buildings on the cottage sys
tem.
IVTGRATH'S MURDERERS
Arrests on a Train Near Ashby May
Be Important.
Special to The Journal.
Fergus Falls, Minn., Sept. 11.—Two men
boarded a freight train here last night
and as* the train was nearing Ashby, one
of them reached for a cigarette and the
conductor noticed he had a butterfly
tatooed on bis hand. He immediately
caused their arrest and authorities are
holding them in the belief that hey are the
men who murdered McGrath at Little
Falls.
The description tallies exactly, and
Sheriff . Tanner of Morrison . county has
been notified to come and get them. They
are supposed to be the same men who
were recently pursued in the vicinity of
Perham. ' •: Al.; ' l-v .: .■ ■-■
BURY THE HATCHET
Barry-Parker label Salt Dismissed
- by Mutual Consent.
West \ Superior, Sept. 11.—The libel suit
of Alderman Barry against Mayor Parker
was formally dismissed in superior court
after a stipulation had been filed.
The reason; for the dismissal and the
terms of the settlement are not known as
yet, and it Is doubted if they ever come.to
light. - •In | some quarters it .Is ; believed
that the affair was getting warm and
there threatened to be such startling dis
closures on both sides that it was decided
it would be safer to draw the suit and let
the hatched be buried. - -.- ■.■:'-'.'■>.
MRS. E. K. SMITH DEAD
Wife of the Editor of the Worthing
ton, Minn., Herald.
Special to The Journal.
Worthington, Minn., Sept. 11.—The wife
of Editor E. K. Smith of the Herald died
this morning of Bright's disease, after
long suffering. She left two children.
World's Smallest Watch.
A watchmaker at Zurich is exhibting in
his shop a wonderful piece of Swiss work
manship in the shape of the smallest
watch ever manufactured. The watch is.
so small that a strong'magnifying glass is
needed to see the hands and when winding
up it is necessary to use a specially pre
pared contrivance. The watch keeps ex
cellent time and is made with as great
care as "Golden Grain Belt" beer. This
beer is brewed from the purest barley
malt and hope, making it nourishing and
delicious. People who have trouble with
their stomachs find it easy to digest as
well as invigorating and healthful. Tele
phone 486 Main.
Glove Sale
Optical Department
Objections to Government Owner
ship as Practiced in Europe,
Mankato, Minn., Sept. 11.—Congressman
J. T. McCleary returned yesterday from
his trip to Europe. He visited England,
Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium, Hol
land, Germany, Switzerland Italy and
France for the purpose of making a study
of government ownership of railroads and
telegraph lines.
His conclusions are unfavorable and he
says the system as carried on In Europe
is unsatisfactory. He gives many reasons
to substantiate his opposition-to govern
ment ownership. He says:
"The practical argument against govern
ment ownership and operation of rail
roads is that it results in poorer service
and higher charges on both pa&3enger and
freight business. The same is true as to
telegraph. The rates are higher under
government ownership and the service is
lese satisfactory. Under the European
system the employes were less courteous
than in America. They consider that they
are government officials and in a higher
class than the ordinary citizens. In thie
way the system has a tendency to build
up class distinction."
WHOLESALE CIGAR FACTORY
Red Wins Company Orvanlxed-Hnft
inji Plant to Be Doubled.
Special to The Journal.
Red Wing, Minn., Sept. 11.—The whole
sale cigar factory so long talked of is
about to be started. At a meting of
stockholders the Red Wing Cigar Manu
facturing company was organized and in
corporated for $50,000. It is expected
that the factory will be in operation in
a short time. The officers are: Direc
tors, B. Gerlach, C. E. Friedrich, L. C.
Stromberg,' Fred Busch, August Held, N.
Tufvesson and George F. Enz. President,
N. Tufvesson; vice president, August
Held; secretary, S. H. Haynes; treasurer,
Fred Busch.
The Minnesota Malting company will
double the capacity of its plant here. Jhe
decision was reached at the annual meet
ing yesterday, the business the past year
having increased so rapidly as to make
this necessary. A duplicate of the pres
ent plant will be built, the two to have a
capacity of 1,000.000 bushels. Owing to
the lateness of the season, active work
on the annex will not be begun until early
next spring. The officers chosen yester
day were: President, F. F. Bullen; vice
president, H. E. Blair; secretary and
treasurer, A. F. Bullen.
The formal contract for starting and
maintaining a pearl button factory here
was signed yesterday by the manufactur
ers' committee of the Commercial Club
and Elmer Becker of Muscatine. who will
operate it. The factory will run fifty
saws.—During the season just closing
twenty-five steamboat excursions were
given from this city to points on the
Mississippi river, each carrying between
200 and 800 passengers. This does not
include excursions coming here from other
cities, which probably number as many
more. Red Wing claims to be the ban
ner excursion point on the upper Missis-
sippi.
The marriage of Miss Mertha Schultz
to Charles Wendler took place yesterday
afternoon at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz.
The ceremony was read by Rev. C. C.
Rollits, rector of Christ Episcopal church.
After a brief wedding trip Mr. and Mrs.
Wendler will make their home in this
city.
On Buffalo Pan-American tickets via
Nickel Plate Road. $13.00 for round trip
tickets good 15 days; $16.00 for round trip
tickets good for 20 days. Three dally
trains with vestibuled sleeping cars and
first class dining car service on Ameri
can Club plan. Meals ranging In price
from 35 cents to Address John Y.
Calahan, General Agent, 111 Aclami St.,
Chicago.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1901.
Suits and Wraps
This department is now very complete
and new things arriving daily.
The specials we are offering are worth
your time and trouble to look them
over. Large assortment of styles in
Ladies' Black Suits; cheap at $30.00.
Our. special £^"fiO EHiT&
price 9 l«f aOtf
One lot of Ladies' ' Kersey Capes,
worth $10 and $12. ■ fitß AA
Our price ............. 9Oalf If
Man's Furnishings
Broken lines in men's fancy and white
Madras Laundered Shirts; Ji "T*%
values to $1.00 *§" / U
Men's medium weight ribbed Cotton
Shirts and Drawers, in blue, QA^
tan and ecru; reg. 69c goods. . lJ*Pw
Jewelry
Ladies' 14k 20-year case, fitted with a
good nickel movement; &£ && -- Kdfil
value $12.90. Special 90a91f
Ladies' solid gold rings, set with emer
alds, opals, garnets and ruby doublets;
value $3.00. 4*<| QO
Special W i ■v €5
Our best $1.00 nickel alarm - fiA^
clock, special O«fu
Flannels
Flannelette Skirt Patterns— Splendid
fleecy soft quality, pretty borders, but
ton hole-finished edge, worth 4 £o)*%
39c each, special Thursday ... Iv %J
French Waist Flannels—Large line of
just the prettiest, latest shades, excellent
quality, strictly all wool, R ffltL*%
worth 60c yard.:.......... .^©O
Blankets— Large 11-4 size, ejttra heavy,
soft and fleecy Tan Blankets, pretty
borders, worth $1.39 pair, €i£&4rfc
special vOli
Silks and Velvets
Heavy Peau de Soie— Very finest all
silk, just the choice colors;*the best
silk ever made for $1.00 a yd. KOtffc
Thursday "as is" ........... 9«f 0
Velvet Metalique— novelty of the
season, beautiful designs, ; "Jf Kg*
swell colorings. Yard ■ 55
Notions
Black Corduroy Dress Binding; £%**
sells at 7c. Yard..... If to %o
M CCLEARY AT HOME
Extension of Limit
IN A NUTSHELL
London—The English correspondents at the
European capitals continue to report activity
on the part of the police in watching an
archists.
Pittsburg—The first violence of the strike
at McKeesport, It is reported, took place last
night when three workmen were set upon by
strikers, or strike sympathizers, and badly
beaten.
Dayton, Ohio —Governor Thomas of the
soldiers' home has arrested five old soldiers
for saying they were glad McKinley was shot.
Two have been expelled from the honie and
the others will be expelled if found guilty.
Tacoma—A remarkably light catch of seals
by all the vessels operating in the Bering sea
is reported by the officers of the brlgantlne
Blakely, which arrived yesterday. Some of
the sealing schooners have not taken a single
seal.
Omaha—The World-Herald calls on the
people of Omaha to be first to contribute to a
fund for Janes Benjamin Parker, the negro
whose prompt action is credited with having
saved the president's life. It is suggested
that if every town in the United States con
tributes a small amount, a handsome sum
will be realized.
Columbus, Ohio—lt Is discovered that a
brother of Leon Czolgosz, the would-be mur
derer of President McKinley, is employed at
the Diamond Match works in Barbertown.
He condemns in the strongest possible man
ner the deed of the assassin, and even went
so far as to exclaim with considerable force:
"Leon ought to be strung up."
Chicago—Mrs. Lucy Parsons, widow of
Albert R. Parsons, the executed anarchist,
declares that for several years she has held
aloof from the active circles of anarchy, and
as an evidence of her sincerity, expresses
the greatest pleasure when told that Presi
dent McKinley undoubtedly will survive. Mrs.
Parsons declared that Czolgosz was undeni
ably a lunatic.
. MINNESOTA
LYLE—P. K. Everson, a prominent and
well-to-do farmer of Mona, lowa, committed
suicide here by hanging. Temporary In
sanity Is assigned as the cause.
ST. CLOUD—R. "W. Bryan of Minneapolis,
superintendent of this division of the Great
Northern, was thrown from his gasoline
speeder near Collegeville, but escaped injury.
RED Wl>'G —The board of education elected
Professor W. F. Kunze of Hastings, superin
tendent of the public schools, to succeed Pro
fessor F. G. Hubbard. There were fifty-three
applicants.
DULUTH—Captain Ray T. Lewis has con
ceived the idea of holding a mass meeting to
express indignation at the attempt made upon
the life of President McKinley. He has se
cured the armory for Thursday evening.
MANKATO—Pred Culbert, a lons-distance
walker from New York, will leave Sept. 25 to
walk from Mankato to Boston on a wager of
$5,000 put against $10,000 offered by a New
York club that he c»n walk the distance of
1,600 miles in seventy daya.
Ranges, Cook Stoves, Furniture,
Tt*linlf Outfits for housekeeping at prices that WILL DO
I I 111 IV9 YOU GOOD. If you live out of town order from
""-■ • Catalog. ; If in city call and see us.
RECEIVERS T. M. ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE,
717 719 721 NICOLLET' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
FOB HONEST TREATMENT a?l{£ kor b£bl*
>\ \' v " 24 Washington Avenue; South, Minneapolis, Minn.
J^^l^- Hours: » a.m. to 5 p.m and 7to : SO p.m. Sunday*. 10 a. m,
r^'-'^Sm*-; to 12:8O p. m. City papers will prove longest established practice.
/ ' ygßk -'"' '* See back numbers of The Journal; be convinced.
$** W YOUNG MAN MIDDLE-AGED MAN OLD MAN
«£& 7 \EBVOVB DEBILITY, LOST 3IANHOOD. nervous de
\*T. '• v /££' «pondent or unfit for business or marriage, result of errors, lost manhood.
'( ' /> .isft'. /im2&»> milky urine, organic weakness, aversion, etc., power restored, a radical
•: J&BS^y^S cure BLOOD '. P01H0.%. all stattes,cured for life, by saf^ means.
-;■ |jllMLi> m*' Hmro IT IT IT! IT T and BI<AI>D Kit ■ ailments quickly cured. Painful, Dlf
«lraK . .HP vflcttlt.* Too Frequent or Bloody :Uiine: also private urlnarT matters
'llli fW PILES and JBECTAX diseases cured. Easy meansj no cutting
■:■■- v*«^' .v' Send for Wank. J ■;//: •; . . / -•^.: . : ';■-■- ■-. :-'■■' -■' ■;■■ :' '"
DB. ALF«™ ¥.. COME "^"^{mywci^
Hosiery, Underwear
Ladies' full fashioned black and
tan hose, Hermsdorf ~ 4 "To
dye, our 25c quality.. r 7 I ml#
We have a boys' heavy ribbed
cotton stocking, bought specially
for school and bicycle wear,
double knee, heel and toe, in all
sizes—you cannot duplicate it
for less than 35c. ** 6% J" g^
Special AiOv
Odds and ends in all ladies'
summer underwear,consisting of
lisle thread and Egyptian cotton
combination suits and vests and
pants, values to $1.00. AB.
Busy Shoe Dept.
No matter how low the price may be,
we make good any shoe that does not
give absolute satisfaction.
The Victor shoe for women— kid,
box calf and patent leather. They are
swell—see them. They are .$3 , shoes
in every way except the price, &4&
which is only. '.. ....... %P to
Women's kid shoes, kid tips and patent
tips, lace and button, worth Afl A
worth $1.50, at ..' VUG
Women's felt Eomoes and warm House
Slippers, worth $1.50, AA A
at I «fOC
Queen Quality, the famous shoe for
women, every pair a perfect dream; you
will pay $3.50, $4 and $5 for shoes that
ar« no better. 60 styles, &*1
all , 9U
Wash Soods
Dress Prints—Very best quality Fancy
Dress Prints; pretty, new Fall, 1901,
styles; regular 7c , Rtf%
yard kind . ©I*
Dress Goods
Mattelasse —Broche andßay
pretty as any $1 goods you ever saw;
40 inches wide; Fall colors. QKS a
.Thursday .V./.\. ■■Ow
Granite Cloths—Every new color and
black; fine all wool; usually M,f^g\
' 59c yd. Thursday .. .... WU
Black Satin Soliel—Very finest import
ed goods; 46 inches wide; regular price
$1.38. Just for • ■ §rkf9k<P>
Thursday OOt
«"' 4C Sal«
Some Items Worth Three Times this Price.
Three Arm Towel Racks, Large Scrub BiMsh,
Best Bottle Glue or Mv- Large Bowl Strainer,
eilage, Good Steel Paring Knife.
Best Hardw'd Toothpicks, Good Steel Knives and
Tlu Kettle Covers, all Forks,
sizes. Box of Wax Gas Tapers,
Pie Plates and Jelly Cake Wire Coat Forms,
Pans, all sizes. Hatchet or Hammer
Nickel Plated House No's Handles,
Good Stove Lid Lifter, Funnels, choice 3 sizes,
Fire Shovel, Clothe* Line Pulleys,
Small Tin Dipper, Wire Pot <. hams.
Large Graters, Glass Lemon Squeezers,
A good Can Opener, Pan Cake Turners,
Long Handled Vegetable Four-hole Mouse Traps,
Forks, Tin Milk Paus, etc.
Several hundred more useful kitchen utensils dis
played on special and 4c counter.
WISCONSIN
WEST SUPERIOR—KittIe Young, the 13
--year-old daughter of Captain Young of the
Connors Point fire department, was struck by
an interstate trolley car.
PRAIRIE DU CHlEN—George Halverson
and Tom Roland, both about 26 years of age,
were drowned near Ferryville while fishing.
Roland was single, but Halverson leaves v
wife and one child.
PLAINFIELD—The latest trust is the or
ganization of all the school teachers in Adams
county. They signed a pledge to stick to
scheduled prices and formed a wage scale
[ and agreed not to underbid each other. A
fee of ten cents Is charged each teacher to
become a member.
ThruuKli Car Service to Culifornla
Reiumed.
Commencing September 17th, the Omaha
road will resume its through tourist car
service to California points every Tuesday
leaving Minneapolis 9:30 a. m., St. Paul
10 a. m. and making 14 hours quicker time
to California than was made when similar
service was establiehed to California
points last season.
Sleeping car accommodations reserved in
advance and tickets at lowest rates on ap
plication to E. A. Whitaker, 382 Robert
street, St. Paul or to J. A. O'Brien, 413
Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Facial skin wrinkles and ages, lacking
proper nourishment. Satin-Skin Cream
is tissue-building skin food; restores. 25c.
BESTFORTHE
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. The
smoothest, easiest, perfect way or keeping tha
bowels clear and clean is to tak a
m£V% candy
■& *L^9 CATHARTIC '--'jk
Xm^ TRADEMARK RIOIftTIRCD^^^f
. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good, Do Good,
Never Sicken. Weaken. 01 Gripe. 10«, Wo Write
for free sample, and booklet on health." Address
4Urtlaf Stand? hapUT, Chictf*, ■•■trral, Jl.w I.rk, Ms*
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN

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