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"Great White Plague." Prof. Hoffs Cure for Consumption Saves Many Young Lives. COLLEGE BASEBALL Th? Tov Intercollegiate Baseball league met at Iowa City arranged a provisional schedule for the coming spring season and practically settled the contest over the silver batthe state i uamplonship trophy strenuously claimed by both Ames and Grinnell. The adjudication of the latter matter -was ef fected after many hours of wordy war, when Manager Bpangler of Iowa Induced the two rivals to agree to play off a tie on a day to be select- mmmm mmmm To see the young and trustful the children in whose breasts have just begun to blossom hopes of useful lives and a faint glimmer ing of life's perplexing problems begin to wither under the touch of the great white plague is the most pitiful thing that comes to parents. A little girl in Lowell, Mass., was given up to die. On her cheek was the red spot that has always been looked upon as the seal of the consumptive's fate. The child's doctor said that no medicine yet devised by man could benefit her. The mother must patiently await the end, each day adding its weight to her heart's burden. But the newspapers going into Lowell told of the discovery ma do in Vienna. They told of the wonderful cure of Frederick llamrnann. the celebrated New York consumptive who was sent to Vienna at the expense of the New York American and Journal, and was cured by Prof. Hoff. Aud now that same mother tells of another cure: AniiiHi Bmcau, Bendiner & Schleslnger. Third Avenue and lOth st, N. Y.: Kindlv send me two bottles of Prof. Holt's Consumption Cure. Our little girl Is now cured, while l*t May our doctor said no medicine could help her and that she would live only a short hil We have had it now six months, and the doctor now says that her lungs are all right. I am BIMI setting the medicine for catairl). and hope to be as successful in curing it as we were with consumption. MRS. W. ENGLAND, 236 Hale Street, Lowell, Mass. It is the growing prevalence of consumption among children that has made thinking persons believe more than ever that it was not a part of the great scheme of creation to have,this dreadful dis- ease placed on earth to strike indiscriminately among the young and 1he old, without a cure being placed within easy reach, if man could but discover it. In some cases from one to three bottles have checked the mal- ady. Of course, cures are not to be expected so shortly every time. This gentleman has used but two: American Bureau. Bendiner & Schleslnger, Third Aveuue and 10th st, N. Y.: I ha\e used two bottles of Prof. Hoff's Cure and I cannot express my gratitude for It. It certainly Is a wonder. A. M. KREPP, Fairmount, S. C. How bronchitis may draw down your weight and and vitality and how Hoff's Cure will build both up in a short season are here shown. American Bureau, Bendiner & Schleslnger, Third Avenue and 10th st, N. Y.: Please send me one bottle of Prof. Hoff's Cure for Bronchitis. I commenced taking it la October at the time weighed 97 pounds now I weigh 107%. WILHELMINA SPATH. 122% N. Missouri Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. Another symptom of returning health, when Hoff's Cure begins its work, is the recovery of the appetite promptly: American Bureau, Bendiner & Schleslnger, Third Avenue and 10th st, N. Y.- Enclosed And $1.00, for which please send me one bottle of Prof. Hoff's Cure. The one bottle 1 have taken has done me a world of good, and I have a splendid appetite, weigh more and am bfneflted in every way. Some people go to New Mexico hoping the climate may cure them. Read this. American Bureau, Bendiner & Schleslnger. Third Avenre tnd 10th 't, N. Y.: Please send me two bottles of Prof. Hoff's Consumption Cure BY FIRST MAIL. It Is doing me worlds of good, and greatly benefiting me. E. G. C. DUVAL, Agent A., T. & S. F. R. R. Glorietta, N. M. Any general practitioner can recognize that feeling of weariness and languor, sensitiveness to cold and exertion, which are the fore- runners of the first stages of consumption. It is at this stage that Professor Hoff 's treatment gives immediate results, Chronic Bron- chitis, Asthma, and the various forms of Catarrh require but a few weeks' treatment. In the second and third stages, where the foregoing symptoms are accompanied by night sweats, chills, fever, hemorrhages, loss of flesh and swelling of legs and feet, and in the case of women, espe- cially young girls blossoming into womanhood, the interruption of womanly functions, the remedy produces the same beneficial results, and in all cases a marked and decided improvement is immediately noticed. In a few days the fever, as well as the insomnia, disappears, and increase of weight is the most conspicuous sign of improvement. Cure upon cure of cases pronounced hopeless are daily reported, and physicians and sanitariums throughout the country have discarded creosote and adopted this treatment. Asthma and bronchial affectionseven severe coughsare cured as effectually by the remedy as is consumption. Sometimes, when the diagnosis has not fully established the nature of the dis- ease, the Hoff's Cure has successfully diagnosed it by working a cure. Professor Hoff desires his cure to be in the hands of every suffer- er. It is humanity's medicine. The prescription is compounded in accordance with Prof. Hoff's directions and sent out by the American Bureau at Third Avenue and 10th Street, New York, at $1.00 per bot- tle. For greater convenience the remedy may be had at the same price from the well and favorably known firm mentioned below. The triangular trade mark of the American Bureau of Professor Hoff's Cure must be on the label, and this is the guarantee to the purchaser that it is the exact prescription used by Prof. Hoff at Vienna. A 64-page book, containing complete descriptive treatise on the Pro- fessor Hon! Cure, and accurate reports of several hundred cases, is mailed free on application or may be obtained by calling at these well known druggists'. IMPORTAN1 Other Hoff cures not bearing this tilangular trademark are not the authentic preparation authorized by the American Bureau you can obtain the genuine Hon* Cure at most drug stores. The great body of honorable druggists do not stoop to substitution by selling some thing "just good" that means more profit to them. The genuine Hoff Cure ean always be procured of the well known druggists. VOEGELI BROS. DRUG CO. Two stores, cor. Hennepin and Washington and cor. 7th St. and Nicollet Av. RHEUMATISM AN INDESCRIBABLE TORTURE Because Rheumatism sometimes comes on suddenly it doesn't prove that it is a chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It takes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long- before any symptoms are felt. The blood is the first point of attack, and the poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distrib- uted through the circulation to different parts of the system, and settle in joints, muscles and nerves and when the system is in this condition it needs only some exciting cause like exposure to night air, damp, chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse the slumbering poisons and bring on Rheumatism* The severity of the attack depends upon the amount of acid in the blood and the quantity of acrid matter in the joints and muscles. Some peo pie are almost helpless from the lirst, while others have occa sional spells or are uncomforta ble, restless, nervous and half sick all the time from the nagging aches and pains. Rheu matism is a disagreeable com panion even in its mildest form. It grows worse as we grow older, I aud frequently stiffens the joints, draws the muscles out of shape and breaks down the nervous system. A disease that origin ates in the blood, as Rheumatism does, cannot be cured with ex ternal remedies like liniments and plasters such things scatter the pains or drive them to some other |ar of the body, but do not touch the disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acid MILTON SILANCB, Milburn, N. Y. ed by Ames and Grinnell during the coming spring. The schedule ananged mas as follows: May 6, Cornell at Gilnnell May 7, Iowa at Amet, May 13, Ames at Grinnell, May 14, Iowa at Mount Vernon: May 20, Cornell at Ames May 20 or 21, Grinnell at Iowa City May 30, Ames at Iowa City May 31, Ames at Mount Ver non June .1. Grinnell at Ames June 7, Grinnell at Mount Vernon June 10, Iowa at Grinnell June 11, Cornell at Iowa City. Non-league games decided en provisionally were as follows: May 3. state normal at Iowa City May 6, Iowa nt Indianola May 13, Iowa at Cedar Falls May 24, Simpson at Iowa City. BHEUMATISM IN ELBOWS, WRISTS AND KNEES. TTrbana, Ohio, Aug. 25,1008. Last winter I had a severe attack of Rheumatism. It started in the right elbow, and from there to my wrista the right wrist waB the worse. It beoame swollen and extremely -oainful. My left knee joint was the next place to be at tacked. I beoame swollen and of coarse painful. The next point to be affected was the hip and ankle, whioh gave me much trouble. I was barely able to get about for some time. I was under treat ment of a physician for awhile, but get ting no better I began 8. S. 8., and after taking it for some time I waa entirely relieved of the Rheumatism. All swelling and soreness disappeared. I consider 8. 8.8. an exoellent remedy for Rheuma tism and all troubles having their origin in the blood. t MHE*IT KELLY. 40 8 Bloomfiel Ave. blood must be restored to its normal purity and strength, so that all poi sonous substances maybe carried out of the system, and no medicine accomr plishes this in so short a time as S. S. S., which not only neutralizes the acids and counteracts the poisons, but builds up the general health at the same time. Write for our special book on Rheumatism, and should you 1 desire any special information or advice, our physicians will furnish I it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECMC CO ATLANTA, Gfr SPORTS. ADTO MEET OPENS THURSDAY RITSH OF BELATED ENTRIES FOR THE FLORIDA TOURNAMENT. Special Match Race Between Two Big European Racing Machines for a $500 CupWhy Ormond-Daytona Beach Is the Fastest in the World. The fact that Friday, Jan. 15 would be the last day that entries for the Florida tournament would be re ceived, caused a rush of belated ones to enter the international competition on the Ormond-Daytona beach, which commences Thursday, Jan. 28. Owing to the fact that the Seaboard Air Line excursion would stop -a day in Washington, and would not reach Jacksonville until the day of the races, it was decided to commence the races on Thursday and finish on Saturday. This would also enable two steamer excursions con ducted by Thomas Cook & Son to reach Florida in time for the three days' tournament. Sevei'al prominent sportsmen and others have donated prizes, and the New York representative of the above association announces the following trophies: A challenge cup of the value of $250 by the Clyde line, which will be known as the "Clyde Challenge cup" C. G. Burgoyne, the well-known New York printer, who has a magnifi cent winter residence in Daytona, has presented a $250 cup which will be known as the "Burgoyne cup" and will be presented for a one-mile in vitation race in which such noted drivers as W. K. Vanderbilt and other noted drivers will compete. James B. Moore of Hartford, Conn., has pre sented a very handsome trophy in the form of a cup. Gray and Davis of Amesbury, Mass., members of the as sociation, have presented a magnifi cent automobile silver plated head light, while the Rose Manufacturing company of Philadelphia has donated a similar article. Angus Sinclair, ed itor of the Automobile Magazine, has presented a cup which will be known as the "Sinclair cup" for the ten-mile invitation race. Mr. Maus, the well known Daytona resident, has also giv en a handsome cup, and the Diamond Rubber works of Akron has donated the well-known Diamond cup for one of thee competitions. The American Motor league, thru its president, Isaac B. Potter, has giv en nine prizes, three of them to be for a race open to Florida owners of runabouts only. The Hotel Ormond will give its usual magnificent prize. Charles B. Ryan of the Seaboard Air line will as usual offer a trophy known as the Seaboard Air line prize, and it will be as handsome as the fine cup presented by Mr. Ryan last March. The trophy presented by the Florida East Coast railroad last year was the handsomest ever given for an automobile race in America, and was of beaten silver. It stood nearly two feet, and was won by a Cleveland man. This year the prize presented by Mr. Flagler's people will be keenly competed for. Among those who will drive for it will be W. K. Vander bilt, Jr. Barney Oldfield, Carl Fisher, F. A. LaRoache and other famous drivers. An important match race was con summated last week between two of the fastest European racing machines, for a" $500 cup. The thirty-five horse power Renault that was driven in the terrible Paris-Bordeaux race will be driven at the Daytona by W. Gould Brokaw, and the forty horse-power Decauville, also a Paris-Bordeaux mar chine, will be driven by B. M. Shanley of Newark, N. J. The race will be fifteen miles straight away and will take place the first day. Each side has contributed $250 to a trophy. As is well known, in all great races of any distance, the tires of a racing machine, thru excessive friction, be come heated. This fills the tube with hot air, which expands, and the re sult is often an explosion which is likely to cause a fatal accident to the driver and spectators. It is thought that the beach, which is laved twice a day by the ocean, is so cool that the tire has no chance of getting heated, as is the case on the road or track, and that is the reason why the tires do not get hot on the Florida beach. The beach does not wear the tire, either, as the machines that went for the records recently re turned with their tires perfect, and threre was not a cut or break in them. Even the little seam in the center was not worn off. PRINCE STEVENS nol WINNERthaltkbe MAC LEAN'S SPEEDY CHESTNUT DEFEATS Ali GLTJCK'S GOSHEN JIM IN MATCH RACE. Prince Stevens, W. B. MacLean's speedy gelding, won the special match race at Lake of the Isles Saturday, defeating Al Gluck's Goshen Jim in straight heats. Prince Stevens won four heats in reality, but the first was declared off by the judges on account of a claim of foul. Goshen Jim put up a magnificent race, but Prince Stev ens had the speed, and hi& victory was clean cut and decisive. The other events were productive of some good racing. The summary: Speci?l pace, matched race, best three out of five* heats: Prince Stevens W. B. MacLean) 1 1 1 Goshen Jim (Al Gluck} 2 2 2 Time1.04%, 1.04%, 1:05. 2:18 trot: Doc Almont (C. Morrow) 1 1 6 3 2 Rosecrans L. (G. M. Gillett) 4 3 1 1 3 Feppet .j(Fred Bintliff 2 2 3 1 Phillip Lockbart (C. H. Burdick).. 3 ."V 2 4 4 Susie B. (Al Gluck) 2 4 4 5 6 Early Girl (John Grimes) 5 6 5 6 5 Time1:12, 1:14, 1:12%, 1:13, 1:10%. 2:16 pace: Election Tim (Al Gluck) 4 1 2 2 1 1 Lottie C. (F. Schroeder) .'A 4 1 0 2 2 Ellen Cole (Fred Childs) 2 5 0 3 3 Hall Davis (Sceffer) 5 3 3 4 4 Sagamout W T. Smith) 3 4 4 5 dr Argonon (J. K. Christie) Time1:10, 1:08^, l:08ii. 1:07%. 1:09. JudgesC. E. Hasey. G. C. Sherman, E. C. Best. TimersH. H. Pennftnan, G. W. Brown, Charles Beldcn. Starting JudgeDr. K. D. !2aton. MISCELLANEOUS SPORTS A movement to organize a national boxing as sociation to classify weights, etc., which was started by Charles E. a vies of New Orleans and T. S. Andrews of Milwaukee two weeks agt 1B meeting with greater success than ex pected and the, indications now are that the as sociation will be formed. Favorable replies have been received from cities in the east, middle west, south and west. It is probable that the meeting will be called for Pittsburg Feb. 6 and 7. A definite call will be sent out witbin a week or two. Company of Minneapolis will play the Y. M. C. A. of St. Paul Tuesday night In a game of indoor baseball on the floor of the latter. The game' promises to be a very Interesting one as both teams are very fast. 'i.*^'*-,,^ A cocking main was held at Stillwater Satur day night between Minneapolis and Stillwater birds. Stillwater won fire out of seven eveyj. EVAN S HEAD S HE W BOAR S^E FISH IN IJ AW STUDENT IS CHOSEN PRESI DENT BY THE UNIVERSITY ATHWETIC ASSOCIATION. PresidentA. D. Evans. Vice PresidentJohn N. Thelan. SecretaryClaude L Haney. Academic Representative for Two Years Charles P. Schouten. Academic Representative for One Tear Eric J. Schrader. Law Representative for One YearA. M. Thompson. Medic Representative for One YearE. L. Youngberg. The above officers were elected Saturday evening by the University Athletic association. The race for the A. D. EVANS. presidency was very close, Evans winning over Benjamin Drake by a vote of 319 to 289. Evans is a senior in the law department and was law representative on the board the past year. Claude Haney, who was re-elected secretary, was the only other mem ber of the old board who was re turned. Haney received 465 votes to 141--for Dwight Terxa. John Thelan received 402 votes for vice president against 200 for Louis Collins. T. W. Halloran pulled out just before the ballot was taken. Youngberg was chosen medical representative without opposition. As the constitution does not specify how the one and two-year terms for academic representatives shall be decided, precedent was followed, and Charles P. Schouten, who received the largest number of votes, got the long term. Schrader won over E. L. Weber for the short term. The report of Treasurer Sprague was read, showing a balance of about $5,000 in the treasury. The receipts for the football season were $40,- 447.58, and the total receipts for the year $51,076. The detailed statement follows: Balance from last vear .$1,807 03 From basket ball games 200.97 From stat* for sK lots 0,088.75 Intercollegiate meets 314.90 Football Games High schools* 750.93 Carleton 422 00 Grinnell 462 10 Macalester 24.70 Ilamliue 54 75 Anies Iowa Beloit 793.00 Mlcnigan 28,554 50 Law rente 377.50 Agricultural school fji 46 J"l Wisconsin 4-i.v- 2.032.13 Miscellaneous "^...r 887.'63 ,|,otl INYITATION TRAC MEE WESTERN COLLEGE TEAMS WILL COMPETE ON NORTHROP FIELD IX SPRING OF 1905. Dr. Williams, coach of the state uni versity track and football teams, has an idea for a gigantic track meet on Northrop field in the spring of 1905. The meet will be patterned after the annual relay races held at the University of Pennsylvania. At these races all the eastern colleges and uni versities of standing compete, and there are also a number of events for high school teams. The Minnesota meet is intended to do for the west what Pennsylvania's competition does for the east. All the Big Nine universities, as well as Notre Dame, Knox, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas and Beloit, will be invited to send teams. There will be sprints, middle* distance runs, and relay races on the program, and a- number of in terscholastic races will be arranged. The prospects of the university track team for this year are brightened by the return to the university of Mike Bockman, the star hurdler and sprint er, who was prevented from competing last year by a "charley horse." The University of Pennsylvania trac management has just announced the ninth annual relay carnival wil held on Franklin field, Phila delphia, April 23. Invitations were sent several weeks ago to every university, college, high school and academy of importance east of the Mississippi, and from the replies received it is evident that there will be close to 1,000 athletes in com petition, representing every section of the eastern half of the United States. It will be the greatest intercollegiate athletic carnival of the year, not ex cepting even the Olympic games at St. Louis this summer. In the intercollegiate championship events New England will be repre sented by three teams each from Har vard and Yale, New York by a similar number of teams from Cornell and Co lumbia, New Jersey by one or two from Princeton, the west by one or two teams each from the University of Michigan, Chicago, Wisconsin and Minnesota. From the South teams will be sent from Georgetown and the University of Virginia. These entries are virtually sure for the champion ship events, while from these same sections many teams will be sent to represent the minor schools and col leges. BOWLING Porter 158 1-3 Michelson Drew 1581-3LiOgan Fairfax 158 1-3 Gilbert Peterson 157 2-3 Zeglin Sattler 157 Malmstead Burch 159 2-3 Schwartz 1 The individual averages of the Commercial Bowling League, including last week's games, follow. 17fi Johnson 157 2-3 .173 1-3-^sb 157 2-3 .170 2-3 Dahl 156 1-3 .172 1-3 Schloss 157 .168 1-3 Seavey 133 165 2-3 Pinska 153 2-3 .165 1-3 Mortenson 155 1-3 Frederlckson Brandt G. Peterson. Hitchcock Hlnch Wilkinson Knaeble Bartlett 163 Line 153 1-3 Wallin 162 1-3 Carver 156 2-3 Kaska 1T0 2-3 Myers 154 Cole 160 2-3 Carlson 152 MqBrlde ,..150 Dale 148 1-3 Kdington 158 2-3 Berg 148 2-3 .147 1-3 ...146 2-3 ...143 2-3 ...143 ,..141 1-3 !..i3S Frank Brill, the former champion, and W. J. Kenna, the well-known Taatcb bowler, will double np at the Cleveland bowling tournament against any two bowlers of Greater New York for $100 a side. That amount-lias been placed with John G. Hemmer. The first *eam that responds by posting a forfeit will be taken on. A telegram from Toronto contains the informa tion that Miss Indiola Arnold and Kid McCoy, pugilist, were married. The telegram was sijrned by Townseud WaLsh, the business manager ofi The Wizard of Oz company, In which Miss Arnold was playing, hh $?J&^ -x$0P$&? *5"y n.Survive Page 1 BOUNDARY WATER MINNESOTA AND THE NEIGHBOR- ING STATES MAY CO-OPERATE. Laws May Be Passed Giving All Ward ens Authority to Make Arrests on Both Sides of the State LineOn tario Ready to Co-operate 'On Rainy Lake. Minnesota authorities are working actively for a co-operation with neigh boring states, for the purpose of pre serving the game fish in boundary waters. Game wardens of this state are powerless to purevent net fishing in Lake Pepin by Wisconsin poachers, since the recent ruling of the Wiscon sin courts. The same trouble is ex perienced on Big Stone lake, where both the Minnesota and South Dakota wardens are handicapped in protect ing the fish, because the state line is an imaginary line thru the lake, and fishermen always claim to be on the other side when the warden comes along. Minnesota and South Dakota powerless to prevent net fishing in their legislatures at the next session to pass acts giving the wardens con current jurisdiction all over the boundary waters. Attorney General Douglas is convinced that such laws would be valid, and they would enable the wardens to clean out illegal fish ing. Governor Herried of South Dakota is strongly in favor of it, and has promised to. recommend the pas sage of such an act to the legisla ture. Similar negotiations are in progress with Wisconsin authorities, and it is hoped that the new badger legislature will also be favorable to reciprocity in fish protection. Such legislation would help very much in rounding up illegal fishers in Lake Pepin, on the Mississippi, the St. Louis and the St. Croix. A similar arrangement with North Dakota would protect the fish in the Red river. S. F. Fullerton, state game warden, also hopes to get co-operation with the Canadian authorities, and put a stop to the wholesale slaughter of sturgeon for caviar in Rainy lake. The authorities of Ontario are in sympathy with the idea, and if Minne sota will give the Canadian wardens the right to make, arrests in the American waters, Ontario will issue an order in council, giving the Minne sota authorities jurisdiction, all over the boundary water. The reciprocity idea will be worked out in the next year, and will come up before the 1905 legislature of Minne sota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas. If it is adopted by all it will transform the boundary lakes and rivers from poaching giounds into well-kept pre serves for sportsmen. GOPHER S TURNE DOW N CHICAGO REFUSES TO SCHEDULE A FOOTBALL GAME WITH MIN- NESOTA FOR NEXT FALL. New York Sun Special Service. 184.108.40.206 4.154.50 711975 0 $52*83.80 Expenses 47,821.57 Balance $3,002.29 Chicago, Jan. IS.Chicago will not play football games with West Point and Minnesota next fall. This state ment was made by Coach Stagg in re ply to a question regarding the com pletion of his football schedule for next year. It was generally expected that the maroons would journey east next fall for another game with the army, and also that they would re new football relations with the gophers. Chicago cannot go east to play West Point next year because the manage ment of the army team is unable to put up sufficient guarantee to cover the expenses of the trip. Dr. Williams of Minnesota wanted to match his gophers against the ma roons next year, but Stagg could not arrange such a game because it would make his schedule too heavy. Chicago's schedule so far as the "Big Nine" is concerned is complete. Six of the "Big Nine" teams will be playedIndiana, Purdue, Northwest ern, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Cordial relations between the ath letic departments of Illinois and Wis consin, which were severed following a forfeited baseball game last April, were restored at a meeting of the ath letic managers of the conference col leges Saturday at the Victoria hotel, Chicago. The college representatives also arranged their baseball schedules and decided on a number of dates for track meets and football games. Under the terms of the settlement Wisconsin's half of the receipts of the disputed baseball game, amounting to $130, will go to the Purdue college memorial fund and will be used in meeting the losses which that team Sustained last fall in a railroad wreck. Among the schedules arranged was a baseball date for Purdue with Min nesota at Lafayette May 20. Illinois scheduled baseball games with the Minneapolis American association team at Champaign, April 12-16, and with Minnesota at Minneapolis May 9- 10. NotreDame took baseball dates with Minnesota at Minneapolis May 12-13, and with Minnesota at Notre Dame May 21. While all the colleges will play two or more games with each other this year, the idea of continuing the inter collegiate baseball league was aban doned because of the inability of Michigan to adjust its playing time to the proposed schedule. Upon the announcement that the badger basketball team was in misfor tune and that the game with Minne sota would be declared off, W. C. Deering, manager of the Minnesota team, hastened to Madison to make representations, which, if they do not bring about the game as scheduled, will rather make the Wisconsin peo ple "quitters" in the basketball depart ment. Manager Deering offered the Wis consin team a return game in Minne apolis, with a cash guarantee to which was added a $50 guarantee for the game with another Minneapolis team, all if the Wisconsin people would live up to this schedule and entertain the gopher team in Madison Jan. 23. Manager Deering conferred with Chester Roberts, student manager of the basketball team at Madison, but he received the reply that without Graduate Manager Kilpatrick's pres ence nothing could be done. Then Manager Deering hastened to Chicago after^ Manager Kilpatrick to arrange other games for the Minnesota teams. The team from Minneapolis will take an eastern trip of an aggregate of more than 2,200 miles. HOCKEY Ihe Jlarriet hockey team defeated the Gleaa in a match game at Lake Harriet yesterdav. by a score of 2 to 0. The content was exciting, altho the Harriets had the puck in their nos session three-fourths of the time. The Glens put up a magnificent defensive game, but rarely threatened the Hauiet goal and ITolcomb. thj Harriet goalkeeper, had time to sleep at his post. Page was refere ahd gave complete sat isfaction. Woodland and Gage were the um pires. TCext Sundav the Harriets and the Mo haws will play at Lake Harriet. Coach. O'Dea of the Wisconsin varsity eight has received a letter from the management of the Cornell varsitv crew proposing that tha latter crew come west June J) for race at Madi=on on Lake Mendota. Tiie letter states that Coach Courtnev is in favor of tne proposi tion and thB.t only the date, which conflicts with the examination, may interfere. A Homely Illustration. When you get a sliver in your finger, the sensation is anything but pleas ant. Allow it to remain long enough and it will fester and give you a lot of trouble.* Remove the causft and the pain will stop. It's the same way with your whole body. When your head aches, it is nature's message sent from the stom ach to the brain. Every throb is but a oiick in the message whose let ters spell "dangersend relief." Some people, when they get a headache, rush to the drug store and swallow some powerful tablet or powder which sets the heart to thumping and the blood racing around the body at a terrific rate. Do you? Other people take strong purgatives which rip and tear through stomach and bowels, leaving them irritated and sore. Do you? Still other people take Vernal Palniettona (formerly known as Ver nal Saw Palmetto Berry Wine). It is a sensible remedy to use. It re moves the cause of the trouble. It helps the stomach and bowels to get rid of poisonous waste matter by stimulating their natural muscular action. It tones up and strengthens the nerves it enriches the blood and builds up hard, healthy tissues. Only one small dose a day is required to permanently cure ailments of stomach, liver, bowels, heart, kidneys and blood. Try it before you buy. Write us for a free sample bottle. It will do you good. Promptly sent postpaid. Formula sent in every package. Address, Vernal* Remedy Co., Suite 305, Seneca Building, Buf falo, N. Y. For sale in Minneapolis by Lyman Eliel Drug company, wholesale dis tributors, and the following retail druggists: Gamble & Ludwig, Third street and Hennepin Rufus H. Lane, Fifth street and Hennepin, Voegeli Bros., Washington and Hennepin Voegeli Bros., 628 Nicollet avenue J. Jacobson (Masonic Temple), Henne pin and Sixth street J. F. Danek. Plymouth and Washington Fred Weinhold, West Hotel Drug Store Gem Drug Store, 98 Western avenue E. H. Weinhold, Sixth street and Nic ollet avenue A. B. Crowell, 1012 Hen nepin avenue Geo. A. Rose, 303 Cen tral avenue J. O. Peterson, 1501 Washington avenue S. Madison Square Garden, in New York, has proved to be too small to exhibit automobiles and according to the sentiments expressed by several prominent manufacturers there will be two out door shows held in the fall of this jear, the first about the second week in October at the Em pire track, Yonkers. N. Y., and the second the first week of November at Washington park, Chicago. The wrestling match at Mankato Saturday be tween Dr. F, L. Stephens, the dentist of Manka to, known to the sporting fraternity as "The Ter rible Swede, and- Frank Cords of St. Clair, re sulted in a victory for the latter, who won three out of the five falls. The match was held under the auspices of the Mankato Athletic clu i the opera-house and was for a nurse of $100. Chapmanb'n S Nicollet. 8th and Nicoll 13thAnnualClearanceSale Specials for Tuesday: DAH Fancy Hand-Picked Navy, CCA DeallS per lb., 4c perpeck 00C AAAMAH- and Vermicelli, finest imported, IlldlsCll WIlI regular 15c this sale. II per,-'b.pkg ||y Pan Cake Flour SffikSS" Kidney Beans S"*!1,1^: Boston Baked Beans seller, this sale, O D|ti|HA Fancy. California Table, reg- 0 E Cat 9 ular.18c,Preserve this sale, 2cans, for.9 fi A *ri a A 8c Ular 10c, this sale 3 se!!e!-..fcUV 9tk pitted Re Prunes ptx?n^.c!a!a:15i1-lb. UlierrieS re*. 30c thissale C.4C Tomatoes ^s^^f^!:.. 8c PoCAIIC Louisiana, cracked, Walnuts S 25 package, each. 50c 3 r!!! 0 Olives S.?ueen.!:per.8 Vanilla s^r.!t.t^"^.^:.th.i 8 25c 24 If9nlo QlfPIIM Crane's Pride of Ohio. mapiC OjlUp strictly pure sap. I IQ Salad Dressing pS*: 33^ OelorySait^^^''".!!!.IOe All* AnffAA IS always hot from our roast Vlll UOTICO er. Chapman's Java QA Combination, per lb Chapman's Perfection In 2-pound air-tight tins ConeOO'A Valley Farm little pig, WflUadCC per 1-lb. package A 75c 20c Renewed. Left Side Badly Affected. i Liable to Paralytic Stroke. Dr. Miles' Nervine Gave Me New Life. "This is to certify that I have used Dr. Miles' Remedies quite extensively, especially he Restorative Nervine, which has done ronders for me. Six ear ago I hadnerv- OJS prostration and again three years ago, at \hich time I began taking Dr. Miles'Restor itive Nervine. I kept tak,ng it for six nonths and have taken an occasional dose luring the last two years. I am practically 1 new man and feel tha' I have been given a icw lease of life. I* used to visve \cry bad rtnc ks of stomach trouble since using he Nervine I can ect most anuhin? I wane th impunity. I was examined in Omaha a noted German doctor three years ago. Ie told rre 1 was liable to a paralytic stroke mv moment that my whole left side was Kidly affected. That was just before began "skiog Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. \Iy work for two years and a half has been ery trying on my nerves. I am a piesrdmg .dcr, traveling my districts at the rate of en thousand miles a year, preaching on an ve-ogc of five times a week, besiaes many usim-ss meetings, and the multitudinous :ires of my work in general. Thanks to Dr. .Miles' Restorative Nervine I have been gain irg ii flesh despite this hard work until now I weig'i a hundred and nhvty-six pounds, nearly twenty poinds more than all roy life. Ipreach Nervine wherever I go to those afflicted with nerve, heart or stomach (rouble."Rev. M. D.Myers, Presiding Elder, Free Methodist Church. Correctionville, la. All druggists sell and guarantee 6rst bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diserucs.. Address Dr. Miles M*dical Co.. Elkha* T^d. BATE UNDER. THIS CLABBIFICATION lc A word: no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid: Sc per line if charged: ads taken over telephone ut prepaid rale. MIKING STOCKSTTNMSTED SECURITIES IN general, bnsiness properties" and enlerprja^ bougut ana sold. It. B. Higbee, 312-313 Ger maida Life building, St. ^auL Minn. WANT Pages 18andl9 MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL WANT A COLUMNS. ADVERTISING RATES: All advertisements 1 cent a word, i when paid for in advance, otherwise 5 8 cents per line, 7 words to the line. No advertisement is taken for less than 20 cents for each insertion. All advertisements received after 1 p. m. of day of publication are too late for classification. When so desired, in place of an ad dress, any advertisement can be ad dressed to a number, care The Jour nal, and answers for out of town ad vertisers will be forwarded. Want Ads for The Journal will be received at the follow ins addresses SOUTH. Sanderson's Pharmacy, Jth st and Nicollet av. A. B. Crowell, 1012 Hennepin av. Marshall & Co., 1325 Nicollet av. Allan Brothers, 153S Nicollet av. B. U. Larabee, 22d st and Hennepin av. M. h\ Washburn, Lake st and Hennepjn av. C. tt. Haugan, Lake st and Lyndale av. J. H. Klnports, 20th st and Lyndale av. Mrs. C. A. Bigelow, 2 26th st. I Goodrich & Jennings, 2 E Lake st. i Nicollet Junction Drug Store, 31st st and Nic ollet av. W. C. Buchanan, 146 E Lake St. S. J. Hook, 2835 Chicago av. A. Douglas, 3457 Chicago av. M. Auxie, loth st and Hennepin av. C. M. Pardoe & Co., Lake st and Bloomington. A. J. Kline, 2000 Bloomington. Uuiwitz & Jones, 2451 Bloomington. Wittich & Glejhon, Franklin, and Bloomingtosk W. K. Hicks, 15J5 Franklin av. W. H. Sweet. 18th st and Chicago ar. J. W. Williams, 1211 E Franklin av. E. M. Penotiere, 20th st and 4th av S. J. Wv Harran, 1718 4th av S. W. D". King & Co., 12th st and 3d av S. Tupper & Chamberlain. 10th st and 9th av S. Crocker & Thompson, 601 8th av S. Bed Cross Pharmacy, 717 3d av S. J. O. Peterson, 1501 Washington av S. Charles Samuelson, 1507 Washington ar S. A. W. Gaghagen, 1523 E Franklin. A. W. Gaghagen, 327 Cedar av. J. Obermier, 1001 Washington av S. E. S. Morse. 1902 Fourth avenue S. S. J. Horn. 2835 Chicago avenue. W. F. Benson, 3046 Nicollet av. C. Nelson, 6 E Twenty-sUtb. Charles E. Seiwert, 2715 E Twenty-fifth strett. G. H. Dora. 629 Sixth street S. H. Slmonson, St. Ixmis Park station. D. F. O'Brien, 1536 E Lake. NOHTH. C. H. Huhn, 98 Western avenue. Russell & Case. Lyndale and Western. G. A. Bingenheimer, 642 Sixth avenue N. Oak Park Diug Store, 1342 Sixth aveuue N. A. H. Persall, 929 Twentieth avenue N. Wilson Bros., 1500 Twentieth avenue N. Robertson Drug Co., 1921 Washington ait nue N. F. J. Nagel, Twentieth avenue N and Wash* ington avenue. O. B. Skinner, 2901 Washington avenue N. A. L. Blstodeau, 1229 Washington avenue M. S. J. Nash, 235 Twentieth avenue N. Charles S. Durffel, 629 Sixth avenue N, NORTHEAST, John Goimley, 2401 Central avenue NE. W. P. Strout, 2022 Central avenue NK. H. Beuhler, 738 Adams street NE. D. C. Englund, Spring and Monroe. Sundberg and Muerer, Fifth street and Central. Henry Rauch, Thirteenth avenue and Main street. A. Lunda, 322 Central. SOUTHEAST. Unlversltp Drug Store, 401 Fourteenth avt nne SK. A. Livingston, 515 Fourteenth avenue SE. Tufts Pharmacy, t1 Fourth street SE. J. W. Thompson, 800 Washington avenue SE. H. J. Wildey. 321 Fourteenth avenue SE. i ANNOUNCEMENTS SATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION 10 A word no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid Sc per line if charged ads taken oyer telepbona at piepaid rate. MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL BRANCH OFFICE. DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK. Xext to Western Union Telegraph and Branch postofflces. In office on main floor, front of new elevator. Want "ads" and news items received. Journals on sale. Subscriptions taken. General information given. CARS OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS MADE UP F0 Pacific coast frequent shipments and big sav ing in freight see us before sbippiog. Boyd Transfer and Storage fo.. 48 3d st S. TO KEEP FOUR. FRAMEMAKERS BUSY, will frame pictures cheap. Sale all new and unclaimed pictures. Zesbaugh, 11 5th st S. BUSINESS SPECIALS RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lc A word no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid Sc per line If charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid rate. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., FERMA nently removed by'electricity. Miss Hollibter, 77-78 Syndicnte block. Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. CUTLERY GRINDING RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lc A word no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid 6c per line if charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid rate. SHEARS, RAZORS AND KNIVES SHARPENED We criud everything that requires an edge. Verbeck, practical grinder, 211 4th st S, Mpls. DETECTIVE AGENCIES RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lc A word: no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid fee per line if charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid rate. MoNULTY DETECTIVE AGENCY, 210 KASOTA building, S. 3. McNulty, Mgr. Detective work in all its branches. References: E. J. Conroy, chief of police, Minneapolis. N. W. phone. DYEING AND CLEANING RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lo A word no ad less than 20c daily, prepaid 8c per line if charged ads taken over telephone at piepaid rate. TWIN CITY DYE WORKS, THE LEADING French dry cleaners for ladies' and gents' clothing and all household goods. 816 Nicollet. NORTH STAR DYEING AND FRENCH DRY cleaning work. 725 Hennepin av. Both phonw. FURRIERS RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lo A word no ad lees than 20c daily, prepaid 8c per line if charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid rate. MEN'S DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS, COATS. etc.. and all ladies' fur neckwear at greatly re duced prices fli'st-class qualities. A. Reiner, 701 Hennepin av. Both phones. _JJACHINERYj^raENOTNJBS_[ RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lc A word, no sd lei3 than 20c daily, prepaid 8c per line If charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid ratJ SECOND-HAND MACHINERYWE BUY AND sell Boilers, Engines, Pumps, Pulleys, Boxes. Shafting, etc. Harris Machinery Co.. 1025 Washington av SE. E 62 T. C, 16008. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON REBUILDING automobiles automobile, printing presses and linotype repairing a specialty. James Murphy & Co., general machinists, 309 3d st S. IRON WORXING AND WOOD WORKING MA chlneij large stock 2d-band and new. North ern Machinery Co., 217 3d st S. Minneapolis. FOR SALEWHITE GASOLENE ENGINES, new and second-hand. Globe Iron Works Co 2428 University av 8^3, Minneapolis. MAGNETIC HEALING RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lo A word: no ad less than 20e daily, prepaid 8c per line if charged ads taken over telephone at prepaid rate. MAGNETIC HEALING. 1 ft f: I ,lf vou have heard of magnetic healing at all jou .iave surely heard of the wonderful carJ 'performed ot the Gates Institute if net, call or rite for lltei-. -ire. 682 Bank of Minneap olis builaing. 302 Nicollet av MEDICAL RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION lo A word: no fd less than 20c daily.,prepaid Sc per line if charged^ ads taken rer telephone at prepaid rate^ WOMEN'S DISEASES CURFD. Goltei? and all uterine and ovarian troubles. l)r B. T. Allen, 412 Masonic Temple. Consul tatiwa free. Open evenings. T. U. ifg.