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RUSSIA RIVALS BRITAIN
BOTH DESIRE SUPREMACY IN
& TIBETNMISSION FROM DALAI
LHAMA WILL VISIT CZAR.
|?'London, Jan. 22.Keen interest is
felt here in the rivalry between Great
Britain and Russia in central Asia.
The czar recently signified a desire
to receive a special mission from the
Dalai Lhama of Tibet, which will
travel to St. Petersburg by way of
Tiflis, Batum and Odessa, in April.
This will be the third embassy of the
kind welcomed at the Russian court.
The Indian office has taken cog
nizance of the matter and will for-
llmfiLe^fui 1 ifl'l,
Men's four-ply Linen Collars, standing, wing and
turn-down shapes, odds and ends in Barker and O
Fellows lines, worth to 25c, while they last... C-
Emphatically the richest that can be produced by most
skilled hand workers$45.00, $40.00, $35.00, $30.00 and
$25.00 Overcoats, finest Thibets, Vicunas and Montagnacs
Priced as Never Before.
Men's desirable Neckwear in
great variety. Tecks, squares,
ascots* and four-in-hands$1.50,
$1.25, $1.00, 75c and 50c values,
Men's high-grade Silk Handkerchiefs, in
polka dots and solid colol* effects, richly-
woven, costly materials50c, 75c and $1.00 Handkerchiefs,
Men's Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, plain and fancy color bord-
ers also initial handkerchiefs worth to 25c, your choice, 8o.
Rolled Plate Collar Buttons, all shapes, pearl and celluloid backs,
worth 5c, 10c and 15c, while they last, 2c
Famous President Suspenders, every pair guaranteed, new col-
ors, sold the world over at 50c, here 25c.
20c quality Men's Boston style Garters, 7o.
Bargain giving in Men's Half Hose, Lisle thread, silk, cashmere
and Maco cotton hose in fancy and plain colors, domestic and
imported makes, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, 75c and 40c grades, 25c.
Men's wool mixed and Cotton Half Hose, plain and fancy color-
ings, extra long cuff, double heel and toe, 20c values, 5c.
$3.00, $2.50 and $2.00 Fur Lined Gloves of reindeer, kid and
English buck, less than cost of importation, for $1.50.
Scotch Knit Gloves, Dent's Gloves Mocha and horse hide gloves
for driving and working, dogskin gloves and kid gloves and
mitts, lined or unlined, worth $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 and 75c,
cut to 39c.
Broken lines In Men's ribbed and flat Underwear, solid or fancy
colors, $1.75, $1.50, $1.25 $1 qualities, uncommon value, 65c.
Men's 75c natural wool Underwear, extra large sizes, while
they last, 25c.
German knit Cardigan Jackets, single and double breasted, of
heavy soft yarns, worth up to $3.00, at $1.45.
Men's 4-thread pure English Worsted Sweaters in navy, maroon
and black, excellent $2.50 quality, now $1.50.
Men's high grade French Domet Flannel Mght Robes, military
cut, in delicate shades, $2.00 and $1.50 variety, for immediate
Men's Extra Heavy, Domet Flannel Night robes, long cut, large
body, $1.00 and 75c grades, unusual bargain at choice, 39c.
Men's Fancy Colored Dress Shirts, soft and stiff "bosom, sizes
broken, shirts worth to $1.50, your pick 39c.
Men's Unlaundered White Shirts, large sizes, reliable and
famous brands, worth $1.00, 75c and 50c, choice, 25c.
ward Lord Curzon's plans with regard
to Tibet as expeditiously as possible.
How cautiously and comprehensive
ly that work is proceeding may be
inferred from the story of four. Baikal
Buryats, who reached Odessa the oth
er day after having fallen into the
hands of a British-Indian outpost
from the frontier station of Darjeel
ing, while returning from a journey
to the capital of Tibet.
They are a Mongolian people who
live in the governments of Irkutsk
and Trans-Baikal. They are Bud
dhists and reverence the Dalai Lhama
as the head of their religion. They
fear that vthe British were looking
forward to nothing less than a gen
eral conquest of Tibet.
"Natural flesh," "Brilliant white,"
"Perfect Brunet" are the irresistible
tints of Satin^Skin Face Powder.
New popular colorings. Overcoats in all lengths, widths and proportions richly lined.
No sale can compare with this.
$25, $22.50, $20, $18 $16.50 and $15 Overcoats
Truly a marvelous opportunity that you cannot afford to miss, at choice for
FINEST SIL LINED
Buy nowsecure double and triple your money's
Boys' Overcoats, boys' Reefers, boys' &uits, chil
dren's Suits at extraordinarily strong reductions
to cause immediate clearance.
Broken sizes of $10.00, $8.00,
$6.00, $5.00 and $4.00 garments
at choice for
Young Men's Long Pants, cassi
meres and worsteds, in Scotch
material, $2 and $2.50 qualities,
sizes 14 to 20, $1.25.
50c, 75c and $L Boys' Caps, tie
tops, Brightons and other new
shapes, best values offered at
45c Strictly All-wool Knee Pants,
patent waist bands, sizes some
what broken, cut to 10c.
BOO FO GENERAL MILESISTHMIAN
ntOQUOIS CLUB OF CHICAGO
PURPOSES TO URGE HIS NOMI
NATION FOR PRESIDENCY.
Chicago, Jan. 22.The Iroquois
club, to which prominent Chicago
democrats belong, is preparing to
boom Nelson A. Miles for president.
A committee has been authorized to
arrange for a banquet soon at which
General Miles will make the principal
address and be hailed as a bona fide
candidate. General Miles has been in
vited to attend and has accepted. The
Iroquois club is one of the leading
democratic organizations of the west.
THE .^MINNEAPOLIS -JOURNAL ""'C.^'':
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BI O CUTS I N BOYS' DEPARTMENT
Sale of Boys' Shirt Waists, $1.50,
$1.25 and $1.00 goods, a little
soiled, but otherwise perfect,
lowest prices ever put on such
waists, choice 25c.
Boys' Fancy Percale Shirtsper
fect fitting, neat patterns, bro
ken sizes, marked down to
50c Baby Toquesmade from
zephyr yarn, dainty styles, at
Onlydesirable fashionable suits
products of America's most
skilled tailors. You will find
inducements greater than we
claim. Jhousands still to choose
from. We especially empha
size and guarantee
$25.00, $22.00, $20.00,
$18.00, $16.50 and $15.00
suits regardless of cofe or former favor, at
DRAFT OF PROPOSED CHARTER
OF LD3ERTIES APPROVED BY
Panama, Jan. 22.The draft of**a
constitution for the republic of Pan
ama has been approved by the con
vention in session here. The princi
pal provisions are:
The abolition of business monopo
lies in the republic the infliction of
the death penalty for political crimes
the abolition of the army and the
establishment of an efficient police
force the fact that the~majbrity of
isthmians are-of the Roman Catholic
faith is recognized, but church and
state are separated all citizens except
Young men's richly tailored long pant suits in wor
steds,vicunas,thibets and clays
this season's style ideas, best
$20, $18, $15 and $12.50 suits,at
Boys' high grade black and blue kersey and frieze
overcoatsnew college shapes, self
collars exceptionally fine $15, $16.50,
$18 and $20 overcoats to close at
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN' S SUIT S AT
LESS THAN HALF PRICE
Most sensational salebusiness more than double that of any previous year.
members, of military bodies have the
right to vote the press is to be free
the president's term of -office is to be
four years there are to tbe two sub
stitute vice presidents, one from the
liberal and ^ne from the conserva
tive-party, and they serve for two
years the judiciary is to be elected
That part of the draft which re
fers to territorial boundaries delimits
the canal zone as specified in the
Hay-Bunau-Varilla treaty, and this is
believed indirectly to approve the
The well known strengthening
properties of Iron, combined with
other tonics and a most perfect nerv
ine, are found in Carter's Iron Pills,
which strengthen the nerves and body
and improve the blood and complex
Minneapolis: 315-325 Nicollet Ave. St. Paul: Seventh and Robert Sts/
Money Always Cheerfully Refunded.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S
GREATES OVERCOA BARGAI N I N HISTORY
Over 500 varieties, representing most celebrated makes
and best qualities.
Brown's Patent Ear Warmers
best ear protectors made, worth
25c, choice, 10c.
39c and 50c Boys' Worsted Hose
small sizes, extra length,
double heel and toe, an impor
tant bargain at 19c.
Boys' Be Fleeced Stockings
sizes -6 to 10, cut to 8c.
Boys' 50c Fleece-lined Underwear
in tan and gray, extraor
dinary value, 15c.
FINDS COGLAN'S BODY
Casket Thought to Contain Actor's Re
mains Is Located.
New York Sun Special Service.
Galveston, Texas, Jan. 22.A metallic
casket found on the mainland about
eighteen miles from fnis city is believed
to be the box containing the body of
Charles Coghlan, the actor, who died
suddenly in Galveston in November, 1899.
The Coghlan casket was washed out of
a vault in the cemetery here by the ter
rible storm of Sept. 8, 1900, and has been
missing ever since.
J. C. Nixon, a hunter, found the casket
to-day in an unfrequented spot, which he
was beating up for game.
..Must not be confounded with com
mon cathartic or purgative pills. Car
ter's Little Liver Pills are entirely un
like them in every respect. One trial
'will prove their superiority.
Broken sizes in calf skin and
patent leather shoes for men
and young men, all Good
year welts, single or double
spiesshoes we do not in
4 tend to carry another season,
$3.50, $3.00 and
$2.50 shoes, at
Men's first quality buckle
Arctics, heavy or light
weight, worth $1.50...
Boys' and Youths' Overshoes
Storm Alaskas, double
heels and soles, all sizes
well worth $1, choice..
Large lot of high grade caps in
fur-lined Brightons and in Yachts,
golfs and Jockeys blacks, blues
and fancy mixtures, silk-lined
also some plush caps
$2.00, $1.50, $1.25 and
$1.00 values cut to
Men's Caps, of black, blue and fancy
suitings, golf, yacht, Brighton
and jockey shapes, silk serge
lined, with patent fore
head protectors, 75c and
$1.00 caps bunched at
Pay You to Look
for Your Size Among
BudapestScenes of disorder marked tbe close
ol yesterday's session of the lower bouse of the
Antwerprr-The Turkish consul general will
probably die from burns sustained when his mis
tress threw vltrol upon him.
Puerto Plata, Santo DomingoGeneral'Ca*.
seres bas fought another battle, during which
Ramon Tanarez and jjeven others were killed
General Caseres now occupies. Castillo' City and
General Jimlnez has retired to the fort. 1H*
forces are short of aminunjtyDh.'
Havana, Cuba, f^
Cuban Metropolis -has'become..-ah ob*
jective point with tourists, having re
cently come into Unusual proniinerice.
Steamer connections.at New.'Orleans,"
Tampa 6.nd Miami'. Roundi trip via
New Orleans, $84.60, via Miami or
Tampa, $117.60. Good until June 1*^
Tickets and complete information at
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway office, 328 Nicollet avenue.