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J - WEDNESDA Y EVENING,^ T H E ^ M I N N E A P Q L I S ."JOUKNALf.'^^^^UGUST 6 , 1902..
* Secretary of the Knights 6f Colum-
bus Sustains Ireland
AS TO "DESIGNING POLITICIANS"
H e Say* T K ey A r e "Trying: t o R i d e
t o P o w e r " j tlie A g i -
t a t i o n .
Atlantic, City, N. J., Aug. 6 . - J . A.
Lambert, state secretary of the Knights
of Columbus In Illinois, issued the follow
ing statement at the JHotel St. Chariest
The words of wisdom and advice spoken by
Archbishop Ireland on Sunday last seem to
have hit hard and stirred up designing politi
cians at the head of the Federation of Catholic
societies Thomas H Gannon o Chicago,
high chief ranger of the Catholic Order of
Foresters, has rushed into print to denounce
the archbishop and work off a poor attempt at
wit by comparing Mgr. Ireland to Cardinal
To one knowing the local situation in the
west, particularly in Chicago, as regards the
federation, this talk of Mr Cannon Bounds
particularly cheap and misleading
The intelligence of almost all the Catholic
societies is opposed to the federation, and this
is particularly true of the Knights of Colum
bus, which is the leading Catholic organiza
tion of the west.
And what was this federation movement?
A deeply laid, well-planned plot of a few de
signing politicians to ride to power on the
narrow minds and religious bigotry of a few
bishops of our church, otherwise most admi
rable men, aiding in the organization of a
unified Catholic opinion, ibased mpon and de
veloping un-Catholio, un-American and un
pati lotto sentiments, and therefore doomed to
failure end disgrace.
F R I A R S U P H E LD
MR, SHAW'S SPEECH '
H e D e v o t e d H i m s e l f L a r g e l y t o t h e
Manchester, Vt., Aug. 6The political
campaign in Vermont, which is consid
ered an extraordinary one by reason of
the bolting faction in the republican, party
headed by Fercival W. Clement, contest
ing against General J- G. iMcCullough, the
regular republican nominee for governor,
was opened here in General McCullough's
The chief speaker 'was Secretary Shaw,
a native of the state. H e dealt entirely
with national questions, largely that of
Secretary Shaw reviewed tbe^record" of
the democratic party, saying in this con
nection that the leaders o r the party al
ways appear to be in search of an issuo
rather than making an effort to formulate
He said that the tariff issue is always
resorted to by the democratic party, ex
cept in those years immediately follow
ing an experiment with tariff for revenue
only. In these years, he said, they h a i
been driven to other issues to bridge over
the period between the date of their ex
periments and the forgetfulness of the
Secretary Shaw then referred to the
democratic party's attitude toward fre&
silver and the greenback Issues, and con
tinuing said the democratic partv now
lays great stress on the trust question.
Secretary Shaw said it wa s doubtful if
any tariff schedule had been devised sat
isfactory In every particular to any per
son. The Republican party never attempts
to defend a tariff schedule, but does de
fend the protective principle.
It is probable, he said, .that many items
of the present tariff sohedule should bo
modified, but no modification could be
made that would nqt still have many
items in dispute.
PLACES FO R THE FRIARS
T H E Y A R D DIFFICULT TO F I ND
T h e Spanish. C a t h o l i c* R e m o n s t r a t e
A|faint Having T h e m
Sent T h e r e .
B i s h o p M c F a u l o f T r e n t o n S p e a k s of
t h e P h i l i p p i n e s .
Chicago, Aug 6-Last evening at th e
meeting of the Federation of Catholic So
cieties Bishop McFaul of Trenton, N J ,
spoke on the friars and the Philippines.
He said in part-
"Whan the news arrived that the Catholic
churches in the Philippines were desecrated
and looted, officers of high rank In the army
attempted to refute the charges, yet the dese
cration and looting of those sacred edifices are
snow so certain that claims for damages to ec
clesiastical property will be accepted by the
Reports, too, of the frightful spread of
drunkenness and immorality, after the occu
pation of Manila *by the American army, were
vigorously assailed Is there now any one
who has the audacity to question their
Since then we have all heard of the "water
cure," and the murderous orders Issued by an
American general. The perpetration of these
outrages was umknown for a time, they were,
however, so flagrant that it was impossible to
keep them from the knowledge of the public.
The speaker declaredl
that the federa
tion is deply interested in obtaining just
treatment for the friars in the Philip
pines, who had suffered, he declared, "so
many cruel calumnies "
Bishop McFaul charged that in select
ing the school teachers for the Philip
pines discrimination had been practiced
against the Catholics, because of a total
of 967 teachers who, h e said, had been
sent to the islands, but eighteen or nine
teen were Catholics.
The impression has gone abroad, the bishop
said, that America is furnishing educational
facilities to the Philippines for the first time,
and that the people were in a state of dense
This is another calumny During centuries
the fi lars dwelt with the tribes of the Philip
pines, and it Is to them that they iare indebted
for whatever they possess of education and
They are a chaste and a. pure people, un
aware of many of the vices of civilization un
til American soldiers occupied their soil.
BOARD OF TRADE ACTS
W h i t e & Thorlrarn A r e S n s p e n d i d
for No t Paying Up .
Chicago Aug. 6 The firm of White &
Thorburn was suspended from the Board
of Trade by the vote o f the directors
Complaint was made by Harris, Gates &
Co that an indebtedness of $36 000, in
curred during the recent corner, was not
Injunctions have been secured froir
Judge Chytraus by "Waite, Thorburn &
Co , grain commission men, against thr*e
other Board of Trade firms to prevent set
tlements in the July oats deal. Presi
dent Warren is restrained from indorsing
down margins to the firms who bought
July oats of the complainants to the ex
tent of $20,000 The Bank of Montreal is
also enjoined from paying over the mar
gins. To date, thirty-four injunctions
have been issued by Judges iChytraus and
Chetlain as the outcome of the charge, by
this Board of Trade firm, that leading
bulls were engineering (a corner in July
TOLD IN_A LINE
Salt Lake CityThe lake has receded four
inches since July 11, and Is six feet lower
than in 1894.
Hannibal, Mo A passenger car containing
Ward s minstrels, was / struck by a yard
engine and six injured
DenverMrs. Sarah Nessler claims to have
had her sight restored after seven years of
total blindness, while praying at a revival
WashingtonAmbassador White reports
from Berlin that the meat inspection law is
intended to keep American goods out of
Wllkesbarre, Pa.Chaplain Rose of the
navy, being mistaken for Admiral Dewey, re
ceived an ovation that much embarrassed
himself and wife.
New YorkP M. Arthur has been called
here by engineers on the Manhattan Ele-vatel
railroad, as their request for a shorter work
day has been denied
Atlantic CityMichael Byrnp of Delaware,
at a reunion of the Knights ot Columbus, said
American Catholics would welcome separation
of church and state In the Philippines
New YorkW H Thorpe, well known
horseman, was knocked down on a stieet car
by a man whose identity has not been ascer
tained, receiving a fractuie of the skull, re
sulting later in his death
Kerwick, Pa After a deadlock lasting since
July 10, the republicans of the sixteenth con
gressional district nominated F A Good
charles The republicans of the fifteenth dis
trict nominated Ellas Deemer of Willlamsport
Wichita, KanThree girls, working in the
wheat fields, complained of harsh treatment
from farmers, so they laid ,thelr grievances
before the men harvesters, who'' at once or
ganized a farmhands union and ordered a
Loishmont, Ni YThe prediction made
two years ago when May Alden Chatterton
just out of school, married J F Baudouine,
a widower with two children, that their lives
would not be serene, has been verified, as
they are separated.
Butte, Mont A special from Salmon, Idaho,
says the Ked Rock stage was held up by a
lone highwayman It is*not known what the
robber secured There was but one passan*
ger, a woman, and she was not molested
The treasure box was sifted
New YorkThirty-five rabbis, representing
the leading Hebrew congregations In the coun
try, at a meeting In* this oity, have organ
ized themselves Into the *Jnlted Orthodox
Rabbis of America Rabbi I J Lesser of Cin
cinnati, was elected chairman
New YoikWhile no official announcement
of the earnings of the United States Steel
corporation has been made, there Is good
authority for the statement that thev will
be in excess of $13,000,000 The estimated
earnings for June, as published in the last
quarterly report, "were $12,250,000
New YorkThe annual meeting of the Glu
cose Sugar Refining company, now controlled
by the Corn Products company,, has just been
held In Jersey City The following board of
directors was elected For five years, George
W Powers, B. F Rhodeham, G B Wagner,
A B Dacey and J C. Griffin, for faui years,
J W Anderson, one year, J B Vreden
Kansas CityWebster Davis has gone to
New York. He is to discuss with Bourke
Cockran a plan the latter has for making Mr.
Davis a New Yorker at $25,000 a year The
former assistant secretary of the Interior
used to be a poor man but he has now about
$200,000 invested in realtv here, not vacant
lots, but the finest' flats In town He ex
Vote Torle Sun Special Smrvto*
Chicago, Aug 6.William B. Curtis, in
an Atlantic City, N J., special to the Rec
ord-Herald, says: A private letter from
an .American priest in Rome confirms
the newspaper dispatches as to the suc
cess of Judge Taft's mission, and the per
fect understanding between him and the
The 450 obnoxious friars now in Manila,
who dare not return to their former par
ishes, will be withdrawn from the-Phil
ippines as rapidly as circumstances will
permit, and places can be found for them.
The latter seems to be the great dif
ficulty. Spanish friars are not popular
anywhere. They are not wanted even
in Spain. The heads of at least three
of the orders at Rome have already re
ceived remonstrances from Madrid against
sending them there, although probably
most of them will have to go there for
the present Nor are they wanted in
South. America or in any of'the Spanish
speaking countries. But Cardinal Ram
polla, and even the pope himself, gave
Judge Taft positive assurances that they
should be sent away from Manila, and th e
heads of the orders have been advised
to act as promptly as possible.
There will be some difficulty in filling
their places Judge Taft requested, with
as much urgency as courtesy -would per
mit, that young American priests be sub
stituted for them, and as soon as possible
for the rest of the* Spanish clergy
throughout all the Philippines, and the
holy See appreciated the force of his
reasoning One of the reasons is that
the government desires the English lan
guage to be adopted by the natives, and
the parish priests can do more in that'di
rection than any other agency.,.
But American prelates give Cardinal
Rampolla no encouragement in his desire
to gratify Judge Taft in this respect
They insist that there are not enough
priests in the United States to supply the
needs of the parishes, and the idea of
bringing to this country Spanish friars
from Manila and French priestB from
France is not well received. Cardinal
Rampolla Itold Judge Taft that if a
thousand young American priests should
offer their services for the Philippines
they should hesitate to accept them, for
they were needed in the United States
as much as there
Minneapolis Dry Goods Co
A HAPPY COINCIDENCE.
The harvest of wheat and the harvest of bargains come at the same time. We'll all enjoy
the wheat crop later the bargains are ready nowif you come in sometime Thursday.
EXPELLING THE SISTERS
G e n d a r m e s B r e a k D o w n School D o o r
W i t h A x e s .
Paris, Aug. 6-The expulsions of th
sisters from their schools were continued
in the provinces yesterday, and in most
cases were conducted without trouble,
but a few instances of disorder have been
recorded, raostl} from Brittany and.Sa
At Regny Lone, near Macon, the gen
darmes were compelled to Tweak down a
school door with axes.
Several companies of soldier* who were
stationed at Brest have gone to protect
the police commissaries Who are expelling
the sisters from the various localities in
Finistere. where the peasants arfe/'sttH
determined to resist the expulsiohs^aJI ,.
E . W . G r o v e .
This name must appear on every box of the
genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets, the
remedy that cures a cold in one day. 25 cents.
RomeMgr Guidl has been suggested for
papal delegate at Manila, P I
LondonDlavolo, the cyclist, had his third
fall In ten days, and was taken to the hos
ChrlstlanlaA monument to''Niels Abel, the
scientist, who dted In 1829, at the age of 26,
Was unveiled yesterday
Trotnsoe, NorwayBaldwin, the. Arctic ex
plorer, says no deaths occurred on board the
America dunng her trip
MadridSagasta desires to retire from pub
lic life, and a crisis anent the religious
question faces the king
ParisThe Matin says that the cholera epi
demic in Egypt is creating extreme panic
All who can are hastening to Europe
ViennaThe strikes of Gallclan peasants
is assuming large proportions, numerous
conflicts have taken place and M least 100
deaths have resulted ,
RomeSantiago Paya, provincial to the Do
minicans In the Philippines, says the friars
now in the islands are needed there for car
lylng on parochial schools
BerlinNearly 5,000,000 kroner are said to
have been misappropriated by fourteen offi
cials of the town of Marla-Theresienopel,
Hungary, during ten years of peculation
ToulonDuring a sham naval battle three
torpedo boats only ten feet below the sur
face of the water, torpedoed three battle ships,
Ladies' Garment Store*
The newest of the fast-selling lines i$ a line of Kilt Walking
Skirts, made of cheviot, in grays, blu* and black - O Q O
going at , O B w O
The Black Venetian Dress Skirts are also selling rapidly.
Made with the circular flounce and trimmed with three stitched
bands of satin, lined with spun glass and bound with O H O
velveteen each w m J
Summer Dresses at Half PriceThis includes our full line of
Shirt Waist Suits. One particular design is advertised by others
as a bargain at $5.00. You get it here for $3, but that is merely
an example. Every clress is a bargaina real bargain.
A line of beautiful Lawn Waists, the $1.25 kind waists that
have been handled till they are not so immaculate as " f E*%
they were, marked down Thursday to m %3\Jf
Pongee Silk,-Waists now at Half Price.
Our best Lawn Waists, worth up to $5 and $5.50, O ftO
are now all at 0 J r
New Silk Underskirts.
If a mere description of these two Skirts could give you as
clear an idea of their value as your eyes could give you, you
would all be here whentfie stor e opened Thursday morning.
One comes in black and colors, with an accordion C A f f c
plaited flounce finished with a narrow ruffle, each F"*F^F
The other comes in black, with three ruffles, each
4 inches wide, also a dust ruffle this is 7.50
Special Sale of Ribbons
Tlie long strike in the Eastern mills has practically put some
kinds of ribbons out of the market and forced up the prices of the
other kinds. This i& an opportunity to prove once more out com-
manding position in the ribbon trade. We'll do it Thursday by
putting 18,000 yards of our All Silk Washable Taffeta Ribbon on
sale at lower prices than ever. ' N o scarcity of color here. White,
cream, black, pinks, bluets, scarlet, cardinal, turquoise Nile, old
rose, navy, maize, new greens, .browns, silver, lilac and other new
tints are here in any quantity you want. Now take note of these
No. 40, a 15c Ribbon, yd.r 1 0 c 1 No. 60, a 19c Ribbon, yd., 1 2 % C
The Big Drapery Store.
It pays to take an early look at our stock of Curtains and Dra-
peries. Some knotty problems will thus be solved almost before
you know how hard they aresometimes.
Among the New Lace Curtains are some fine Scotch Nets,
made after the Brussels and Novelty patterns, worth much more
than our prices. Three good styles Thursday at $ 3 . 7 5 $ 2 . 5 0
and $ 1 . 7 5 a pair.
3-yard Ruffle Curtains that should bring $1.25 O Q p
a pair, are at -^ " mF w
Tkptstry Portieres* may be had cheap Thursday at a clean-up
sale of odd pairs:
20 pairs, worth $1.50 a pair, at 9 8 c .
16 pairs, worth $2.75 a pair, at $ 1 . 7 5 .
13 pairs, worth $6.00 a pair, at $ 4 . 5 0 . - f
Figured Velou'r, a 65c stuff, for pillows, upholster- RGk*%
ing, etc. the yard * M P l #
-, Lots of Persian Stripes, 50-inch goods, at 3 9 c and 4 9 c yd.
50-inch Couch Covers, made of reversible 4 f Q
Oriental stuff, each - - U 3 P
50-inch Cavers, same grade, $ 3 . 2 5 . - -
- Art Denims and Cretonnes, a long counter filled 4 j 0 1 # *
with pretty patterns, all at - " 2 v
The best of 36-inch Silkoline at 7c.
Imported Scotch Swiss, a new line of this dainty material for
curtains at 2 5 c and. 1 9 c a yard. '
The special attraction in Handkerchiefs will be these four
100 jdozen Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Belfast linen, with O f *
\ and $-inch hems regular 15c and 18c goods each w w
ISO dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, of Belfast
linen, 25c kind, with , \ and ^-inch hems, fl % \ g%
Thursday at - * 2 v
50 dozen Men's Handkerchiefs, Belfast linen, hemstitched
with \ and 1-inch hems worth to 25c each. 4 Q 1 A
Thursday at 1 ^ 2 * *
150 dozen Men's Japonette Handkerchiefs with silk " f g
initials values to 15c. ^Thursday at w (
V a c a t i o n T o u r s .
You wan best avoid many of the unpleas
ant things that occur in traveling by ar
ranging to start via the Northern Pacific
railway. See the city ticket agent at
No. 19 Nicollet House block, ask him all
the questions you can think of, then ho
will remind you of some you have nol
which were unaware of their presence until
plains that he sold his book on the Boer war | the feat was accomplished
to a New York publisher foi $180,000
C a t h o l i c T o t a l A b s t i n e n c e U n i o n of
A m e r i c a , D u b u q u e , I o w a ,
A u g . 5-11, 10O2.
For this annual convention the Chi
cago Great Western Railway will on
August 3-7 sell excursion tickets to Du
*buque, good to return Aug 12th (or
August 31 by payment of 50t) at one fare
for the round trip For further informa
tion inquire of L. C. Rains, Agent, Oor.
Nicollet Ave and 5th S t , Minneapolis.
N e w T i c k e t Office.
The corner room in Pillsbury building,
Nicollet and Sixth street, is now occupied
by the Omaha Railway Company and is
the most handsomely furnished ticket
office in the country The entire fur
nishings are by Minneapolis firms and
the office Is 'well worth a visit . Even the
Sun Bonnet Baby fans given away at this
office are designed *by a Minneapolis
Try the Journal Want Columns if you
want the best results.
H a r v e s t S i g h t - S e e i n g E x c u r s i o n .
Round trip to all points on the Soo Una
in the Dakotas Aug 10 to 16, will be $10
Special limit to harvest Jbands OfficellS(
S Third street.
Carey Roofing better than metal or pitch
and gravel. W. S. Nott Co. Tel 376.
The well-known strengthening proper
ties of iron, combined with other tonics
and a most perfect nervine, are found in
Carter's Iron Pills, which strengthen the
nerves and body, and improve the blood
K n i g h t s of C o l u m b u s O u t i n g .
Low rates via the North-Western Line,
Aug 10 to 15, to Put-in Bay, Ohio. Full
information of J. A. O'Brien, 600 Nicollet
40-inch Bishop, Xawn, a sheer
fabric that sellj^at 15c. a A 1 ^
yard, now at.'. w 2 v
ow Stafrt?are 10c and 12#c
Dimities, CorWed and Checked
Lawns, Figured Costume Ducks,
etc., now on sale 'fflft^fl*
Men's, Tlc?giajid Shirts
the Fancy ReVei&iiJle Four-in-hands,
go o sale O Q A
Thursday at ^ m F V
Washable Stock Ties, mide of
white and f aric? Madras, submit to
50c kind at 3 9 c j 25c kind at 1 0 c
Soft Golf Sbi|ts of white or tancy
Madras our. regular 50c
shirts, on sale/JChursday at
Men's Working Shirts, made of
strong black an,d white striped drill
ing single or double-breasted,
double-stitched, extra ldng,4ft A -^
large reduced from 50c to %9m9%3
A 64-in. Bleached Satin Damask,
all pure linen a 79c qual- Cfef*
ity, now at OP %W%f
% Napkins made of pure linen,
Bleached batm Damask about a
hundred dozen of a quality worth
'$2.50 a dozen f C&fil
nowat - - m F O -
Crash Toweling of pure Jinen,
18-in. wide, the old Barnsley kind
that always sells at 12^c 4 A A
a yard this time I " w
Linen Remnants will be on sale-,
in the basement at Half Price. We
can't enumerate the bargains this
sale will yield, but you'll find it to
your interest to look them over.
Here also will be 10c Towels of
damask and linen huck, of whicii
we will sell you up to one K A
dozen at, each t*
Trunks & Satchels
CanvasI Telescope Cases, extra
well made and riveted:
14-in., 39c size, for 2 5 c
16-in., 45c size, for 3 5 c
18-in., 59c size, for 4 6 c
20-in., 69c size, for 5 9 c
f22-in., 89c size, for 6 9 c
24-in., $1.10 size,for 8 9 c
Dress Suft CasesA new line of
stylish ones just ijut in extra well
made, with- brass lock and side
catches, worth up to $2.00 each.
22-imch, each, $ 1 . 3 5
NicfcCovered Trunks, with iron
bottoms, hardwood slats, deep hat
box and dress tray, and two heavy
leather trunk straps:
32-inch $ 4 . 6 9
31-inch, $ 5 . 0 0 I 36-inch, $ 5 . 6 9
Dusters & Fly Nets
Colored Momie Dusters, 9 4 ^ 4 %
with fringed ends e a c h . . . ^ O v
All Linen Dusters, with hemmed
edges,slightly soiled worth "9 C ^
$1.25 each special to close, m O i l
Horse Fly Nets of fine cotton
mesh our whole line of * | A
$1S0 Nets offered'Thurs.. I - I %M
Woven Cotton Hammocks, with
head-rest, stretcher and valance,
and34x78-inch bed 4 A C
each l i ^ B O
Woven Wire Hammocks now re
duced in price
9-ft, ones from $2.50 to 1.98.
10-ft. ones from $2.75 to 2.19.
The Homespun Brush Binding,
comes* in black only it is worth 7c
a yard, but you get it ^Lg%
Thursday at :..mW%M
Universal Hooks and Eyes, made
of best wire drawn Bessemer steel,
with a hump the card of two O A
doz., any size, blaok or white. 4m^B
Curling Irons, the kind that folds
up, made of best nickeled steel, with
oak handles they are worth " J ^
10c each. Thursday - \
M.en' White Ljnnenette Shirts
and, Drawers, reduced for Q A A
Thursday frp &Qe \$,,... O mFO
Also a lot of Jersey ribbed Shirts
With front of silk, aJgQ silk bound
and stitched reduced Q Q A
from 50c to 0 F U
Ladies' epru Combination Suits,
low neck, .no 'sleeves, T^nee length,
closed front ,reduced from A A
39c to. .*. r..'...".. . . . - mf O
Summer Waj^ Fabrics
Thursday will be a day of long
qualities at short prices.
A lot of thin goods" worth up to
10c a yard, including some fifty
pieces of Corded and Plain Dimi
ties, Satin Striped Lawns and | " A
Batiste, will be yours at O V
Another big lot will be made up
lof 2pc~ and 35o Tissues and Em
broidered Swisses, now 4 "J 1 ^%
tobehadat - l 2 w
Besides, there will be Fine Dimi
ties and Batistes, plain and corded,
in light, medium and St^g%
dark grounds, at 4 w
PERCALES IN BASEMENT
Dark Dress Percales, 32- T f 1 A
in. the 10c grade at 1 2 U
Light Dress Percales, 32-in. A A
12%c and 15c grades, at W
English and French Percales, 36-
in., in light colors 2Gc 4 A 1 A
grades, at - fi2u
flalleable Steel Ice Tongs, worth
up to FOc a pair two sizes at 2 5 c
White Lined Preserving Kettles.
3-qt., 2 5 c instead of 35c.
4-qt., 3 5 c, instead of 45c.
5-qt., 39c, instead of 49c.
6-qt., 45c, instead of 55c.
8-qt., 49c, instead of 69c.
10-qt., 59c, instead of 79c.
12-qt., 69c, instead of 85c.
Adjustable Window Screens '
25c ones for 19c .
39c ones for 2 9 c .
45c ones for 3 9 c .
is our specialty
We first dis-
cover what is
the m a t t e r
and t h e n
to correct optical defects If any are
found. The lowest prices always.
Artificial Eyes in full assortment.
Hard Bubber Dressing Combs,
our regular 35c ones, 9-in. A Q A
long Thursday at fcOy
Lundborg's Sachet Powder, usual
ly 40c an ounce Thurs- A A A
day at dZ\M%3
Violet Cream Marshmallow, an
excellent preparation for sunburn
usually 25c Thursday 4 R f t
A short, straight - front Corset,
made of net, well boned C A A
an excellent value for v V O
A Corset of medium length, with
four zones at waist line and two
side steels a good value at 39c
will be yours Thursday A C ^
iHERfi IS WW GET SflHETMINQ TOR NOTHIMC.
Y O U M A Y W i N T H E F I R S T P R I Z E , $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 .
IN 1,000 GASH PRIZES
Second Prize, $3,000.
Third Prize, $1,000.
Five Special Frizes of $1,000
Each for Early Estimates.
The subject matter of this
great contest is the total
5 /vote cast for governor in
. " New York, Pennsylvania
and Michfgan, oriJSovem-
f? ber 4th, 1902.
Conditions of this Great Contest. v * -
Old subscribers mast pay all arrearages before they enter this contest.
Every subscriber -who remits $1 00 in ADVANCE, the reg ular subscription price by mail, or ?1 05 by carrier, for a
three months' subscription to The Minneapolis Journal will re ceive one certificate that -will secure for him any-prizes which
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B A T E S F O B P A P E R .
"BY CARRIER^ . MAIL SUBSCRIPTION PRICES.
$1 00, S months in advance One guess
$2.00, 6 months in advance . . , . . . v .Two guesses
$3.00, 9 months In advance.*,. .,**.-* ,.'.. '.Three guesses
$4.00, 1 year in advance .. i * \\" Four guesses
HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES. .
To the nearest correct estimator At. $10,000.00
To the second nearest correct estimator 3,000.00
To the third nearest correct estimator 1,000 00
To the fourth nearest correct estimator 500.00
To the fifth nearest correct estimator. 200.00
To the sixth nearest correct estimator , 100 00
To the next 12 nearest correct estimators, $15.00
each ..v . . . i 180 00
To the next 27 nearest correct eBtimatoFs, $10 each. - ' 270.00
To the next 960 nearest correct estimators, $5 each. 4,750.00
$105, 3 months in advance ....One guess
$2 10, 6 months in advance Two guesses
$3 15, 9 months in advance Three guesses
$4.20, 1 year in advance ,.*... Four guesses
The Following Spaclal Prizis Will Also Ba Paid
For the nearest correct estimate received before
August 1, 1902 $1,000.00
TTor the nearest correct estimate received on br
after August 1, and before August 15 1,000.00
For the nearest correct estimate received on or"
after August 15, and before Sept. 1 1,000.00
For the nearest correct estimate received on or
after Sept. 1, and before Sept. 15 1,000 00
For the nearest correct estimate received on or
after Sept. 15, and before Oct 1 . . . . . . . . . . ^ . . . 1,000.00
995 prizes, amounting to . .$20.000J)a
7 ^ CERTIFICATE OF BAKE PRESIDENT.
I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association ha s deposited $25,000 in the Central Savings Banl^, Detroit,
Michigan, for the express purpose of paying the prizes to th ose making the nearest correct estimate of the Total Aggre-
gate vote cast for the Office of Governor in the States of Ne w York, Pennsylvania and Michigan on the 4th day of No -
vember, 1902, and that this fund can be used for no other pu rpose.
Total, 1,000 prizes, amounting' tOv '...., ih $25,000.00.'
In case of a tie or thajtf t w o ^ r more "estimators fere*
equally ^correct, prizes will be divided equally between them.
Inclosed find $........ to apply on Subscription Acct.
. . _ My Estimates ofVote for Governor in the Three States are
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President Central Savings Bank.
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:..5 ESTIMATES 60 CENTS EACH
Name. Postoffice.. State - * *. t ,.
My Estimateof Vote for Governor In the Three States are/
Remeiiilje p UiatHi e Capita l MeIs $10,000, Oat ttereare Rye Specia l Prizes o f $1,00 0 Eac h -for Early Estimates. Ser#t all orders to THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, Minneapolis, Minn.