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RUMORS OF BATTLES
Engagement* in Korea and Invest
ment of Vladivostok Reported.
Naw York Sun Speoial Servioe.
London, March 1.There is a great
diversity of war rumors, but little def
inite infoi mation. The signal has been
given, accoiding to some special dis
patches, for the storming of Poit Ar
thur by land and sea.
The investment of Vladivostok is
heralded in other bulletins, and a bat
tle neai Ping Yang is fought from
hour to hour under varying conditions
and with forces estimated all the way
from 10,000 to 50,000 on each side.
Skirmishing at Ping Yang has become
active and continuous, but reports of
the strength of the opposing armies
in men and guns ha\e been exaggei
The Japanese plan of campaign still
is successfully concealed, and the Rus
sian censor allows dispatches to go
out mainly for the purpose of deceiv
ing the enemj.
The seizure of British colliers by the
Russian orulseis bungs up the ques
tion of the status of coal as a contia
band of war. An interview by the
Russian ambassador with Lord Lans
downe is expected, as a consultation
Vespeoting the legality of such seiz
ures when the coal is not definitely
connected with the Japanese naval
The impracticability of distinguish
ing between naval and industrial sup
plies is admitted by members of par
liament The advantage of a rigorous
application of the theory of contra
band of war to coal is clearly dis
cerned by an increasing number of
writers in the British press, In view
of the imperial cordon of coaling sta
SLAYS RUSSIAN OFFICER
Japanese Barber Takes Revenge for
What He Deemed Insult.
St Petersburg, March 1 Mail ad
vices from Vladivostok say that 500
Chiense brigands are terrorizing the
district of Ninguta.
Advices received by mail from Ir
kutsk, Siberia, say that local firms
whose employees have been called into
the service in the army are continu
ing to pay the married men full wages
and the unmarried men half pay.
Letters from Vladivostok dated Feb.
17, say that the warships in the har
bor on that date weie the Rossia,
Gromoboi and Rurik and the trans
port Moskova The port was frozen
hard and the ice breaker was scarcely
able to lcear the channel.
Two Japanese attempted to blow
up a dock at Vladivostok but did not
succeed They escaped
A Japanese barber at Vladivostok,
deeming himself insulted by a Russian
officer shot him dead and then drama
tically announced that he was a cap
tain on the Japanese general staff.
CHURCHES ON WHEELS
Russian Grand Duchess Supplies Re
ligious Needs of Army at Front.
New York Sun Special Service.
St Petersburg, March 1.Private
dispatches from Llou-yang communi
cate the report that a troop of Russian
cavalry has advanced 130 miles be
yond the Yalu and attacked the Jap
anese vanguard and captured their
horses and put them to flight. It is
stated further that General Llnievitch
PERMANENCE OF CURE
The Chief Merit.
BY WAR'S LESSONS
Navy Department Decides to Restore Torpedoes
to Former Standing.
Board of Construction Follows Advice of Admiral Dewey and War-
ships Will Be Pitted Out with Tubes Change in Plans of
Ships Will Cost Heavily, but in View of Port Arthur Engage-
ments, Naval Experts Believe Money Will Be Well Spent-
Other Navies to Follow Example.
Manv so called pile remedies will
afford the user slight temporary relief,
and the majority of sufferers do not
expect more than this Women es
pecially, after having tried every prep
aration reoommended for the cure of
Piles, have come to the conclusion,
that there is no cure except by an op
eration This is rightfully viewed
with dread because of the shock to the
delicate nervous system of women, and
many of those afflicted have resigned
themselves to the situation with never
a thought that there is any help in
sight for them
We invite the attention of all such
to the experience of the lady whose
address Is given below.
"I feel it my duty to recommend the
Pyramid Pile Cure, for after suffering
ten years with a most distressing form
of Piles, I am entirely cured, thanks to
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Ten months later she writes "I am
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Druggists sell this famous remedy
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give it a trial to-night. Accept no
Write Pyramid Drug Co Marshall,
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free for the asking.
"Washington, March 1.As a direct result of the successful attack by
Japanese torpedo boats on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur, the board of
construction, following the advice of Admiral Dewey and the general board of
the navy, has decided to restore torpedoes to their former standing in the
Submerged torpedo tubes -will be placed in ail of the battleships and
armored cruisers now building and they hereafter will be made a part of the
armament of all of the big ships.
Also they may be placed in the smaller vessels.
The change in the plans of the ships now building will cost heavily, as
some of them are well along toward completion, but in view of the Port
Arthur engagement the naval experts think that the money will be well spent.
The use of torpedoes was abandoned a few years ago on the ground that
their value was problematic, as there had been no practical demonstration of
what they could do, and that they were a source of danger, as a shot from an
enemy might blow up all of the torpedoes on board.
It was considered that the known danger more than offset the unknown
offensive value of the projectiles.
It is expected that other navies that dropped torpedo tubes about the
same time now will take them up again.
t-j ty. -*sx t-*. L*J.4&
has dispatched in the wake of the cav
alry an infantry corps to take up a
strong position in northern Korea.
No official statement has been made
on the subject.
The Manchurian population and the
Chinese authorities are said to be very
friendly to Russia, freely selling them
horses, provisions and everything nec
A profound impression has been
caused by the Russian government's
refusal to accept the American offer
of medical assistance for the wounded
on the grounds that the Russians pos
sess already sufficient supplies of their
Subscriptions for sti engthening the
fleet pom in from all parts of the em
pire. Count Orloff Davidoff has given
200,000 roubles for the purpose, un
dertaking to repeat the gift if the
government deems it necessary
Members of the nobleman's club at
Moscow have subcribed 150,000 rou
bles for the needs of the army. The
first of a series of churches on wheels
will be snbrtly dispatched to the seat
of ^var by Grand Duchess Elizabeth
WILL NOT AID RUSSIA
Scandinavians Deny that Sweden and
Norway Will Oppose England.
Paris, March 1.Reports from St
Petersburg to the effect that Norway
and Sweden are preparing to join
Russia in case Europe should be
drawn into the present conflict with
Japan are indignantly denied by Scan
dinavian officials and other personali
ties in the Scandinavian colony in
"The story would not be worth de
nying if it had not gained such pub
licity in Pans." said an official of the
Swedish legation to-day. The tie that
binds Scandinavia to Britain is far too
strong to permit of its entering an
Finnish exiles in this city seem to
think the moment has come to make
a stroke for freedom from the hateful
domination of the Muscovite Last
night a secret meeting was held to
discuss the situation. Besides many
well-known Finns, a number of Danes,
Swedes and Norwegians were present.
One of the organizers of the meet
ing, a critic and scholar of world-wide
fame, explained that the meeting was
attended by several prominentFrench
men, whose names it was important
to keep secret. "It is true," said the
critic, "that efforts are being made to
discover what are the chances for
Finnish freedom while Russia's atten
tion is occupied in the far east. It is
also true that the outlook is none of
Russians Take Women, Children and
Infirm From Strategic Points.
St. Petersburg, March 1 The mili
tary authonties are causing to be re
moved from all strategic points in the
far east the women and children and
all aged and infirm men, so that the
necessity of protecting them will not
be added to the other duties of the
troops and in order that all supplies
may be available for the use of the
RUSSIANS PRAISE HAY
Novoe Vremja Admits Diplomatic
Triumph but Regiets Hostility.
New York Sun Special Servioe.
St Petersburg, March 1.The
Novoe Vremya to-day published the
Official circles in Washington have
shown an amount of hostility to Rus
sia for which we are at a loss fo ac
count So far, we know of no offense
given by us to the United States
The Washington government, how
ever, appears to lose no opportunity
of fixing up evidence that can be raked
up in order to show its full feeling to
Russia But the sum total of such
facts can only at best be very insig
At the present moment the appoint-
ment of American consuls to various
ports in Manchuria is singularly in
appropriate as also is the demand to
Russia for the recognition of those
Having effected that master stroke,
Mr. Hay's next move was to obtain the
neutrality of China and the adminis
trative integrity of the celestial em
pire. We cannot but admit that this
is another feather in the cap of the
United States secretary of state
The tone of hostility prevailing in
Washington will counteract all friend
ship that has hitheito existed between
ourselves and the United States.
CZAR ANXIOUS TO FIGHT
Emperor of Russia Wants to Lead
Troops in Battle.
New York Sun Special Service,
Vienna, March 1 The Zeit pub
lishes a St. Petersburg dispatch men
tioning a rumor that the Emperor of
Russia desnes to go to the far east,
against the wish of Kuropatkin.
The rumor is confirmed by an ex
alted military authonty, who declares
the empei or is anxious to maintain the
traditions of his predecessors, and is
convinced of his own military ca
pacity He is desirous of encouraging
the troops by his presence. Dissen
sions among the chief officers are fre
Demonstrations for and against
Russia were organized yesterday at
Prague, the mob attacking a number
of German students, and shouting
"Down with Great Britain, Japan and
the United States
The Czech socialists organized a
counter demonstration and the police
with difficulty prevented a conflict.
CABLE DEAL STILL OPEN
Government Has Not Yet Received
Formal Application From Company.
Washington, March 1.Thus far the
United States government has not re
ceived formally an application from
the Commercial Cable company to
land a Japanese cable on the island
The government, however, has been
appealed to in a tentative way by rep
resentatives of the company so as to
ascertain how the United States would
view such an application if it were
It is considered that the laying of
the cable puiely would be a commer
cial transaction and that the granting
of permission for laying the cable at
Guam would not violate in any sense
the position of neutrality which the
United States has assumed in regard
to the Japanese-Russian conflict.
Russia has made no protest to this
government against the granting of
pel mission to land the cable at Guam.
It is assumed by Washington officials
that if a protest is made it will be
filed thru regulai diplomatic channels
What action the United States would
take in that event cannot be foretold
as it would depend entirely on the cir
cumstances of the concession.
RUSSIA IS SATISFIED
Will Thank United States for Aid
Rendered by Vicksburg.
St. Petersburg, March 1.The state
ment of the commander of the United
States gunboat Vicksburg was re
ceived as a complete and satisfactory
explanation Regrets were expressed
that the incident had created so much
"We had no official advices on the
subject," said an official, "but it is a
source of gratification to leai that the
Vicksburg was the first to render aid
We desire to preserve the most ami
cable relations with the American re
public, and when the truth is general
ly known, it will doubtless go far to
allay the irritation caused by the
"When the government receives an
official report of the aid rendered by
the Vicksburg to the Russian wound
ed it will exmess to the United States
its formal thanks as in the case of
the British, French and Italian war
If an attempt is made to lav a cable
from the island of Guam to Japan dm
ing the continuance of hostilities it
will be regraded as contraband of war
under the proclamation promulgated
5 THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
St. Petersburg, March 1.General Kourapatkin started for the front on
Friday. It is understood fully that he takes entire command of the land forces,
as Admiral Makaroff does of the sea, Viceroy AlexiefE retaining his adminis-
yesterday. The proclamation is spe
ciflc on this question and it is not be
lieved here that the United States will
undertake or authorize such a cable
now, as it would constitute a breach
of neutrality, according to the Rus
The czarina? is untiring in her efforts
to provide comforts for the troops go
ing to the far- east and for the Red
A well organized department is now
working at the Hermitage, adjoining
the winter palace, where patterns and
materials for every kind of warm
clothing are issued to women to take
home and make up
The American, English and other
ladies are just as enthusiastic in this
work as the Russians. The greatest
success was scored by the *young
czarina in the opening of the exhibi
tion of historical art objects at one
of the museums, heie, the proceeds of
which will go to the Red Cross society.
FRANCE AGAINST WAR
Effort of Opposition to Force Govern
ment's Hand Defeated.
Paris, March 1 There was an excit
ing debate in the chamber of deputies
on the measures the minister of ma
nnc proposed to adopt to assure the
national defense. Firman Faure bit
terly assailed Marine Minister Pelle
tan, and sought to open the entire
question of the Russo-Japanese war,
Premier Combes insisted that the
interpellation be postponed. He de
clared th navy was ready to fulfill
every requirement. The government,
he added, assumed full responsibility
for this declaration.
The government did not consider
the moment opportune for such a dis
During the debate M. Jaures (so-
cialist) caused a commotion by shout
ing to M. Ribot (the former premier),
"Do you want to declare war?"
The interpellation finally was ad
30urned "by 328 to 251 votes. The un
usual government .majority is looked
upon as being favorable to the avoid
ance of a war debate.
TINNS WOULD FIGHT
Three Hundred at Superior Ready to
Special to The Journal.
Superior, Wis March 1 Three
hundred Finns from Superior for the
Japan-Russian war Is what is pro
posed here. It is asserted that it will
be an easy proposition for that num
ber of Finns from Superior and vicin
ity to be recruited for the purpose of
fighting Russia in the interests of
The movement will not be carried
out openly because should any body
of Finns leave here to help Japan it
would be bieaking the neutrality laws
WRITE APPEAL IN BLOOD
Two Thousand Men Answer Admiral
Togo's Call for Volunteers.
New York Sun Special Service.
Tokio, March 1 Admiral Togo re
ports that his appeal for volunteers to
block the entrance to Port Arthur har
bor was instantly responded to by
over 2,000 officers and men. Following
the time-honored Samurai custom,
some wrote their applications in their
It is believed that the attempt to
block the port was partially success
ful, as regards two of the steamers,
for, whereas it formerly took thirty
minutes to enter the harbor, it now
takes two hours
TROOPS FOR NIU-CHUANG
Russians Gather* at Port and Lay
Mines in River.
New York Sun Speoial Service.
Niu-chuang, March 1.The Rus
sians are moving more troops to this
town and laying mines at the entrance
to the rivei.
Rain is now falling and a heavy
thaw is setting in. All civilians have
been ordered to leave Harbin.
There are many forms of neivous
debility in men that yield to the use
of Carter's Iron Pills Those who are
tioubled with nervous weakness,
night sweats, etc, should try them
Geo. D. Dayton, Pros. J. B. Mosher, Vice-Pres.
More HeW SilkS Wednesday
One Hundred New Pieces of New Silks Arrived Today
Never before in the history of the Twin Cities have so
many charming new styles been shown in one de
We take great pleasure in showing these Silks whether
you want tf buy or not.
50 pieces of new Checked Silks, in blues, browns,
tans, reds and black and white, at amaTm.
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Shirtwaist Suits and Coats, at 0 aTmaTm
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You will find in our enlarged Rug Section, on third
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Double Faced All-Wool Smyrnas, All-Wool Art
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If you need a rug for immediate or future use, here is
an opportunity to buy new, up-to-date goods at great
saving Wednesday and Thursday.
Regular $2.75 rugs 27x54 $1.80
Regular $4.50 rugs 86x72 $3.35
0 All Wool Art Squares
Regular $6.00 squares 7-6x9 $4.39
Regular $7.20 squares 9x9 $5.49
Regular $8.40 squares 9x10-6 $6.29
Regular $9.60 squares 9x12 $7.29
Tapestry Brussels Rugs
Regular $12.50 Rugs, 9x10-6 $9.00
Regular $17.50 Rugs, 9x12 $12.50
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Great Linen Values
All Linen Huck Towels and a lot of large union huck,
20x89, with some giant size brown bath |I"
towels, 24x47 choice Wednesday IOC
Fine Wash Cloths, assorted weaves, in a big Jot of
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TW O BURNE O DEAT
UNKNOWN WOMAN AND HER
DAUGHTER CAUGHT IN HOTEL
ITRE AT PRAIRIE DU CHIEN.
Prairie du Chien, Wis, March 1.
Two women, a mother and daughter,
whose names could not be ascertained,
were cremated in the burning of the
Sherman house last night.
The women came from Ferryville
yesterday afternoon, and were on
their way to Richland Center, Wis.
They were Norwegians and had not
registered at the hotel The mother
was about 55 and the daughter 25.
When the fire was discovered it had
gained such a headway that the
guests had barely time to save their
lives, all of them jumping from the
windows in their night clothes. The
clerk tried to save the two women but
was forced back by the dense smoke.
An attempt to reach them from the
outside also failed. As soon as the
windows were broken in, dense vol
umes of smoke poured out and the
women could be heard wailing and
crying, "My God, my God, we are
The loss of the building and con
tents is estimated at $5,000, with in
surance of $2,000.
WAGON PLANT BURNED
Loss to Waterloo Company and upon
Adjoining Buildings Is $50,000.
Special to The Journal.
Waterloo, Iowa, March 1Fne to
day entirely destroyed the large plant
of the Waterloo Wagon and Omnibus
MARCH 1, 1^04.
SILK LEADERS OF THE NORTHWEST
Dayton's Daylight Store
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Early Fire at Watkins.
Special to The Journal.
Watkins, Minn., March 1About
2 30 this morning fire broke out in the
house of Mr. Greenwood, the marshal
of this place, and by the time the fire
engine was ready the house was a
mass of flames and the firemen were
kept busy pouring water on adjoin
ing residences to keep them from tak
ing fire also. Pait of the furmtuie
was saved, but everything up-stairs
was burned. Greenwood carried no
insurance The fire seems to have
been caused by a defective chimney.
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A device, coming from Chicago, is a
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The underlying concrete varies
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the subsoil. Upon this concrete is
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Latest Laces and Embroideries
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Pretty Bands and Medallions, in Teneriffe A"f
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Fancy Black Silk trimmings, 2 to 4 inches wide, have
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Black and Fancy Trimmings, odds and ends, 4 Oam
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Fine Wash Goods
2,000 yards of wash goods, such as Arnold's silk
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ingly take my word. But yon cannotao I take
yours I trust to yonr honesty Make the teat
at niy risk, and I will pay, or you can pay. Jnst
as you decide
Can yon conceive of a sick one who will ner
lect an offer like that? I can afford the'tfer\
because failures are few. They occur only when
there are causeslike cancerwhich medicine
I have furnished my Restorative to hundreds
thousands in this way, and thirty-nine oat of
each forty have cheerfully paidbecause they
got well I pay Just as willing^ when one says
I have failed I don't want the money of the
My Restorative forms the only way Jo
strengthen the inside nerves It is my dtsoov
eiythe result of a lifetime's work. Instead of
doctoring the weak organs, I doctor the cause el
their weakness I bring the nerve power which'
alone makes the vital organs act Theft is no
other way to make any weak vital organ do its
duty long Won't you write a vestal that
some sick friend may learn about a remedy iffif
Write now, to-day. Dr. Sboop, Box 8830),
Mild cases, not chronic are often cured wttb
At druggistsv i
one or two bottles.
Dr. Shoop's RestoraiiiTf!
Book 1 on Dyspepsia Book 4 for Women i i
Book 2 on the ^eait Book 6 for Men sfeft|
Book 3 on the Kidneys Book 6 on Bhenmatlwn^
At the Doctor's Risk.