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TBOUBLE Affl KNO W IT
To Prove What Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Rem-
edy, Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of The Journal
May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and
suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through negleot or
other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fatal results are
sure to follow.
Your other organs may need attentionbut your kidneys most, be-
cause they do most and need attention first.
If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Boot, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon as your
kidneys begin to get better they will help all the other organs to health.
A trial will convince anyone.
The mild and immediate effeot of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon' realized. I
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing caBes. Swamp
Root will set your whole system right,
and the best proof of this is a trial.
68 Cottage St. Melrose, Maes.
Jan. nth, 1904.
"Elver aince I was in th
and within the
I was in the army, I had more
becameverything: so severe andscomplicated that
suffered and wa much alarmedmI
strength and power was fast leaving me. I saw
an advertisement of Swamp-Boot and wrote ask
ing for advice. I began the use of the medicine
and noted a decided Improvement after taking
Bwamp-Root only a short time.
I continued Its use and am thankful to say
that I am entirely cured and strong. In order
to be very sure about this. I had a doctor ex
amine some of my water to-day and he pro
nounced It all right and in splendid condition.
1 know that your Swamp-Root is purely vege
table and doej not contain any harmful drugs.
Thanking you for my complete recovery and
recommending Swamp-Root to all sufferers I
ain," Very truly yours,
I, C. RICHARDSON.
You may have a sample bottle of this
famous kidney remedy, Swamp-Root, sent
free by mail, postpaid, by which you may
test its virtues for suoh disorders as kid
ney, bladder and uric acid diseases, poor
digestion, being obliged to pass your
SEW AND RICH STRIKE
IN THE IYANHOE MINE
BpcolAl to The Journal.
Hot Springs, S. D., May 4.Another
new and rich strike was made in the
new shaft in the Ivanhoe mine. Quite
a large vein of very rich.ore was dis
covered in the drift, a cross out from
the bottom of the shaft.
A party who has Just returned from
the May mine on Lightning creek re
ports a new strike in the works at the
mine. The ore is said to be rich in
gold, some of which is free, but much
of it is in the form of a telluride,
which assays very high.
The Mile High shaft is down 100
feet and drifting has commenced. I
Its descent the shaft has cut thru two
excellent veins of ore. A the shaft
Is sunk perpendicular these veins
out of the shaft on their regu
dip, but will again be tapped by
the drift at a greater depth. There
eeems to be a regular belt of good ore
passing thru this ground, which Is a
good feature and adds very much to
the value of the property.
The sale. of the interest held by
M. Maloney In the Blue Lead was con
summated this week. Th deal,
which has been under negotiation for
several months, is at last said to have
water frequently night and day, smarting
or irritation in passing, brickdust or sedi
ment in the urine, headadhe, backache,
lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, ner
vousness, heart disturbance due to
kidney trouble, skin eruptions from bad
blood, neuralgia, rheumatism, diabetes,
bloating, irritability, worn-out feeling,
lack of ambition, loss of flesh, sallow com
plexion or Bright's disease.
If your water, when allowed to remain
undisturbed in a glass or bottle for twen
ty-four hours, forms a sediment or set
tling or has a cloudy appearance, it is evi
dence that your kidneys and bladder need
Swamp-Root is the great discovery of
Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and blad
der specialist. Hospitals use it with won
derful success in both slight and* severe
cases. Doctors recommend it to their
patients and use it in their own families,
because they recognize In Swamp-Root the
greatest and most successful remedy.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
for sale at drug stores the world over in
bottles of two sizes and two pricesfifty
cents and one dollar. Remember the
name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, and the aodress, Blnghamton, N. Y.,
on every bottle.
NOTESo successful Is Swamp-Root in promptly curing even the most
distressing cases of kidney, liver or bladder troubles, that to prove its won-
derful merits you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable informa-
tion, both sent absolutely free by mail. The book contains many of the thou-
sands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women
eured. The value and success of Swamp-Root is so well known that our read-
ers are advised to send for a sample bottle. I sending your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure to say you read this generous offer
in The Minneapolis Journal. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
been closed, and the purchaser, Alfred
C. Baxter of Lima, Ohio, has returned
to his home. Mr. Baxter is the gen
eral manager of the Calumet copper
mine, which is supposed to be on the
same vein, but located further north,
has a smelter already constructed, and
will during the coming summer treat
the ore from both mines.
General Manager Crabtree and Col
onel A. George were down from
Deadwood on business affecting the
interest of the Gold Fish mine, situ
ated about three miles north of Cus
ter. I is the intention of the com
pany to put a mill on the property in
the near future. I should be a very
profitable move, as the Gold Fish is
known to have yielded some of the
richest ore ever found in Custer
'Buffalo and Return
SI2.25 via Grand Trunk railway sys
tem from Chicago, May 10, 11 and 12,
return limit May 23. Tickets optional
via rail or steamer between Detroit
and Buffalo in either direction. Fo
particulars apply David Brown, Jr.,
traveling passenger agent. 111 Endi
cott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn.
Those unhappy persons who suffer
from nervousness and dyspepsia
should use Carter's Little Nerve Pills,
which are .made expressly for sleep
less, nervous, dyspeptic sufferers.
Price 2 Be.
MATERIALS:Three onions, three
carrots, two turnips, head celery,
parsley, salt, pepper, three table
spoonfuls butter, two tablespoon
Seasoning! -As indicative of the dishes which follow, a soup should
be' perfect in consistence and seasoning. The anxious
cook need not fear criticism if to the soup in the
tureen she^adds two
i Sauce. i
DUNCAN'S 80NS, NE
UNCLE JOE BEARS
HONOR WITH EASE
INCREASING I N POPUIiARITY
Speaker's Humor, Bluntness and In
tegrity Eulogized by Democratic
LeaderWeak as Presiding Officer,
but Strong Enough to Displace
"Every Republican Leader Except
From The Journal Bureau, Colorado Build
Washington, May 4.There is no
getting away from the fact that Uncle
Joe Cannon is one of the most popu
lar men in public life, and that his
popularity is daily on the increase.
It is not a momentary affair, due
to ephemeral conditions, but is based
on a better acquaintance with the
man's personality as developed by the
larger activities which his offices as
speaker of the house has entailed.
The type, which was described by
the democratic leader as the "Ameri
can" type, is as attractive to the people
of this country as it is characteristic
of the political system in which it has
developed. Abraham Lincoln was the
first and best known to the world.
Humor, bluntness, integrity, shrewd
ness and great common sense are men
tioned by Leader Williams as Mr. Can
non's characteristic attributes.
"I called on him," said Mr. Wil
liams at the beginning of the session,
"and said to him that I hoped he
would sucoeed in being as fair to .the
members of the house as he desired to
be. To which, after a moment's de
liberation and shifting his cigar to the
other corner of his mouth, "Sharp,"
said he, "I'm going to be as fair in
my dealings with the house as will be
permitted by the exigencies of Ameri
"The qualification," Mr. Williams
continued, "was characteristic of the
speaker's frankness and fair dealing.
But I want to add that Mr. Cannon
did himself an injustice, for he- has
been fair, so far as I know, regardless
of the exigencies of his partizan poli-
As Presiding Officer.
The secret of the enthusiasm felt by
members of the house for Speaker
Cannon, if it is due to one thing more
than another, is to be attribuated un
doubtedly to the fact that the sudden
acquisition of power had no effect to
change the former member of the
house, or to foster in him any of the
qualities which are popularly attrib
uted to swollen head.
To this John Sharp Williams al
luded when he said that many men
might fulfill the responsible duties of
speaker, but few could come into an
office of so great power and prestige,
and remain absolutely unspoiled and
unchanged in their relations to their
As a presiding officer Speaker Can
non is lamentably weak in all knowl
of formalities and precedents
but the lack is rendered absolutely im
material by his frank admission as
open reliance on the prompter for all
When it comes to any real crisis the
situation is redeemed by Mr. Cannon's
judicial temperament and shrewd
common sense. Formalities are
brushed aside, and he goes to the
heart of the matter in the same way
that Lincoln did.
Wins by Frankness.
Instances might be multiplied of
Speaker Cannon's, frankness. One oc
curred during the early weeks of this
session when a, delegation of promi
nent business men from the north
west visited Washington to urge im
provements in the upper Mississippi
They were received by Mr. Cannon
who heard what they had to say, and
then, when one of the delegation
sought timorously to sound him on
the likelihood of any good results:
"No," he replied, I have no idea
you will get any appropriation. Of
course you won't. There isn't going
to be any river bill this session."
The visitor ventured to express sur
prise, if not gratification, at the
"You asked me didn't you? Well, I
told you. What did you take me for?
Did you think I was going to fill you
up with a lot of hot air, and then not
Years Weigh lightly.
A correspondent went to Mr. Can
non and asked about a matter of some
public importance and considerable
delicacy. Uncle Joe chewed his cigar
for a minute and frowned.
"Now you want to know about that,
eh? Well (with is boots on the table,
and looking over the rims of his spec
tacles), I don't want to talk about
that. But look here! If vou've got
an ear with you that isn't your news
paper ear, you might turn it in my di
rection and 1*11 tell you something
that may be good for you to know."
Whereupon the correspondent re
ceived the "steer" which enabled him
to keep his paper right.
Uncle Joe Cannon's popularity is of
the presidential kind. Under slightly
different circumstances he might be
the candidate of his party for first
place on the ticket. But there is no
man now who c?,n displace Roosevelt.
Mr. Cannon is 68 years young. Four
years hence he will be 72. I Is a de
batable question whether age^or that
age is a barrier.
W. W. Jermane.
TO BREAK HIGH RECORD
Washington, May 4.For the first
time in nearly two years a falling off
has been registered in the number of
immigrants arriving in this country.
The figures of the immigration bu
reau show that 78,138 aliens landed
on our shores in March. This is 13,-
528 less than in the corresponding
month of 1903.
Officials say the indications are
that the present fiscal year, the first in
which the more stringent immigration
law has been in operation thruout,
will show no diminution in the emi
gration to the United States.
Notwithstanding the reduction for
March, the total of alien arrivals for
the nine months of this fiscal year is
547,104, or 52,679 greater than for the
same period of last year, which was
the largest on record.
BEAX ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Federal Finance company to Albert W. Cooper,
lot 23, block 22, West Minneapolis Center,
Franklin Banchor and wife to Gust B. A.
Woehler, lot 13, block 21, Forest Heights $1,850.
Jane Booth to William T. McCluskey, lot
18, block 2. Way's addition, $1,600.
Charles Bradford and wife to Minnie S, Mar
vin, part lots 8 and 7, block 2, S. Johnson's
James W. Carpenter to George F. Long/ in
section 24-119-22. $900.
Hattie A. Chaffee to George T. Bigaouette. lot
7, block 25, First Division Remington park,
Francis A. Chamberlain and wife to Charles
F. Keyes, part lot 18. block 4, Lake of the Isles
Nora B. Dezell and husband to Benjamin B.
Bell and wife, part lots 12 and 18, block 5, Gil
patrlck's addition, $8,400.
Frank Dezell and wife to William S. Jenkins,
lot 5, block 19, Torrance, Tousley & McNalr's
A. Bergman, lot 7, block 8, Morrison's addition,
Frank M. Durgin and wife to Julia Ofstie, part
lots 4 and 5. block 21, St. Anthony City, $1,700.
Harriet H. Bi-ownell et al. to Wilbur L.
Keeney, part lot 12, block 2, Willard & Carse
day's addition, $2,900.
David Gow and wife to Frederick Hoag and
wife, lot 17. block 5, West Minneapolis, $2,100.
Max H. Grosse and wife to Luther I. Dop
king, lot 12, block 8, Lyndale avenue addition,
Rosamond A. Enowles to Morris Coot, lot 6,lot
block la, Cable Line addition. $150.
Lonlse A. Lewis to John W. Thomas, lot 20,
block 2, Chicago Avenue Park, $2,700.
William F. Lewis and wife to James W. Car
penter, in section 24-110-22, $900.
William W. Marvin and wire to Charles Brad
ford, part lots 6 and 7, block 2, J. S. Johnson's
Thomas M. Rarston and wife to Harry L. Sis
son and wife, lot 4, rearrangement blocks 9 and
10, First Division Remington park, $750.
William H. Oviatt to Frances M. Read, lot
20, block 1, Second Division Remington park,
Caroline B5. Patrick to James B. Moffett, lot
13, block 1, Hoblett's addition, $950.
George Rachel to Albert Rachel, part lot 42,
Village of Excelsior, $225.
Rose L. Sltterley to Lewis W. Tost, part
lot 1. block 12. Forest Heights, $1,250.
At 17c,19c725c, 50c
Regular Prices 25c to $1.50
fluhh's Drug Store, 8 Western Ave., Minneapolis.
B. L. Levy. Nicollet Junction Drug Store, Cor. ttiooHet
Ave. and Slat. St., Minneapolis.
Danek's Demtohe Apotheke, 1228 Waehington Ave., Mpls.
deo. D. Dayton, Pres. J. B. Mosher, Vlce-Preg. D. D. Dayton, Treaa.
Bargain Booth No. I
Two-quart hot water bottles, 65c quality,
Chamois skins, large size, regular 25c kind, size for
house-cleaning purposes, each
Large bath sponges, 25c and 35c kind,
Ladies' silk belts, gun metal, oxidized and gilt front
and back buckles, 50c and 75c kind, each
Bargain Booth No. 2
Ladies'extra quality muslin drawers, very full, deep flounce
with double row hemstitching tucked between, 23c
Bargain Booth No. 2, pair.
'why you should
buy a North Star
cork filled refrig-
erator. Come in
and have them ex
plained to you.
In three sizes,
worth to $26.00,
No. 10.... 915.96
No. 20 ...918.9ft
No. 30.... $23.60
Indiana refrigerators, hardwood,
dry air circulation every one guar
Melvin C. Stephenson and wife to Frank
Dezell and wife, lot 5, block 19, Torrance, Tous
ley & McNalr's subdivision. $425.
Henry A. Stimson and wife to J. P. Bruer, lot
8, and part lot 7, block 1, Baron's subdivision,
Harry A. Stimson and wife to Dora Bruer, part
lots 6 and 7, block 1, Baron's subdivision,
Bernard Tombers and wife to Charles Biaescn,
in section 15-118-22, $4,000.
Josef Tarasar and wife to Wasllig Denis, S%
22, block 8, Cutter's addition, $725.
Robert Watson and wife to Herbert H. Good
rich, lots 28 and 55, Maplewood, $600.
Albert Weber and wife to Louis Schaal, lot 28,
block 23, the Sibley addition, $1,200.
Helen R. Wilson to William C. Hayes, lot 15,
block 9, Lakeriew addition, $800.
Eight minor deeds, $22.
Total, forty-one deeds, $45,819.
W. V. Flfield and Henry Ingham. 1716 Hen
nepin avenue and 709 Douglas avenue, brick
W. V. Flfield and Henry Ingham, 715 Douglas
avenuei brick flats. $30,000.
Hans Tinesen, 2218 Fifteenth avenue S, dwell
Ellas Danielson, 2109 Twenty-fifth avenue S,
Absolutely Safe, Sure and Harmless.
Will Cure Forever the Oaring for
WHISKEY, BEER O WINE.
OERINE will restore any drunkavd to manhood and health.
A simple home treatmentcanhe given secretly if desired.
CURE EFFECTED OR MONEY REFUNDED
Mothers, wives and Bisters, you cannot cure those who are afflicted with this moat terrible of all diseases by jam
fervent prayers or eyes red with tears, nor by your hope that they may stop drinking. It can be done only witti ORftlNB.
You have the remedywill yon use it? If yon deaire to cure without the knowledge of the patient, buy ORRINE No. 1
if the patient desires to be euredof his own free will,buy ORRLNENo. 2. FuUdirections in each package. Price,*! per box.
Ho Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity. Ho Absence from Homo or Lou of Time.
Ask yom? druggist M*oyofcnoii what he thinka of ORBINErhewffl endorse oOTSta*emeril as tnxtWW in every
respect. If ORRINE fails to case we will refund you every penny paid forit as cheerfully as we took it.
VOEGELI BROS. DRUG GO.
Wholesale and Retail Distributing Agents for Minneapolis.
=====3 Also for sale by the following first class druggists:
SILK LEADERS OF THE NORTHWEST
Unparalelled Hose Selling Occasion! A sale of tremendous
purchasers to take advantage of this rare opportunity.
17oChildren's fast black, lisle ribbed, cotton hose elastic and strong, and some all-over lace hose,
actual value 25c..
25oChildren's all lisle lxl elastic ribbed, fast black hose, warranted double heels and toes, actual
19oLadies' blue and tan polka dot and plain tan cotton hose also Hermsdorff dye black cotton hose, high spliced heel
and double toe for immediate wear former price 25c
25cLadies' lace boot and full length all-over black lace lisles, double selvage black gauze cotton hoseladies' natural
balbriggan stockings, and some light colors, former values 30c to 45c
35oLadies' fine imported plain gauze lisle hose, new designs and patterns in all-over and lace boot, sheer QRA 3 for
quality lisles and fast color fancy striped gauze lisle hose former prices 50c and 75c mBOO $1.00
50cFormer prices $1.25 and $1.50 pair. This lot of 100 dozen comprises the finest numbers of French ingrain lisle
Jacquard hose, vertical and horizontal stripes in all lace and lace boots, black and white, white and black and fancycol
orings, dots, stripes, figures and squaresfine grade of imported sheer lace lislesthis chance comes once
in a lifetime
17oAn assorted lot of men's black open work embroidered lisle and cotton hosiery, tans, grays, blacks and
whites while they last
25cMen's extra spliced heel and toe Jacquard latest novelties fine sea island lisle
35oMen's fine sheer quality cobweb weight, black lisle hose also soft finish fiorenza silk and select QRA
patterns in sea island lisle woven fancy hose actual value 50c.
50oNew importations in Men's French Jacquard Hose, latest colorings in tans* crimson, greens and biscuit, neat
figures and silk clockings finest woven lisle actual value 75c.
W. J. Sayer,
No. 00, ice capacity 25 lbs., worth
$7.60, only...., $5.76
No. 0, ice capacity, 45 lbs., worth
$10.00, only $8.50
No. 1, ice capacity 65 lbs., worth _,.___
$13.00. only $10.76
No. 2, ice capacity 100 lbs., worth
$15.00. only $11.88
Sold on easy payments if desired.
Go-Carts, all at
See our Leader,
$14.95 to $10.96
back rubber tired
wheels, worth $4,
Seventh St. and Nloollet Av.
Robert B. Esterly, Credit Mam Prank H. Carleton, Director.
John Burkman, 8149 Thirtieth avenue S, dwell
ing, $1,400. ^_
Salem English Lutheran church, 610 W Twen
ty-eighth street, stone foundation, $1,000.
Gust Swanson, 4807 Pleasant avenue, dwelling,
Louis Larson, 2614 Buchanan street, dwelling,
Twenty-one minor permits, $4,220.
Total, 29 permits, $67,150.
There is no train service that for
speed, comfort and elegrance, compares
with the Fast Mall and the Pioneer
Limited, of the Chicago, Milwaukee St
St. Paul Railway. Tickets 328 Nicollet
avenue, W. B. Dixon, N. W. A., S
Women with pale* colorless faces,
who feel weak and discouraged, will
receive both mental and bodily vigor
by using Carter's Iron Pills, which are
made for the blood, nerves and com
A SCIENTIFIC CURB FOR
All Lots Ready at 9
o'clock Thursday morning
bargain importance and one that will bring thousands of shrewd
The chance of the seasondon't miss it..
The largest showing of street hats 500 hats to select from
the very latest blocks in two great lots$1.09 and $ 1.08.
Hats worth to $4.00, 4 O
Hats worth to $2.75 4 f|g}
These prices are good for Thursday only, in new part, 2d floor.
39c Special Trimming Sale Thursday
Allover Vestings in cream, black and colors, 24 inches wide, all
silk. Can be used for trimming or for making waists. These
goods are worth from $2.50 to $4.00 per yd. Special O g%
forThursday, yd *JW
New steel Lawn Mower,
blades are hardened and
tempered in oil, high
12-inch 14-inch 16-inch
$2.98 $3.48 $3.98
The Buckeye high wheel Lawn
Mower a high grade mower in every
respect, 3 sizes, worth to $10.00
Cor. Washington and Hennepin, and
Cor. 7th and Nicollet, MINNEAPOLIS.
J. O. Peterson, 1601 Washington Ave. So*, Minneapolis.
Gormley & Moran, Lion Pharmacy, corner 24th Ave. and
Central Ave. NE, Minneapolis.
Brenner Drag Co., 206 So. Main St., Stfflwaaw, Mum.
of the *J
Garden Hose, warranted full sea
son, per foot 8
Crescent Belting & Packing Co.'s
6-ply hose, sold everywhere at 15c,
special, per foot, 11c
Ice Tongs, a good one for 10c
to sell at 50c,
3 ply, cut
to order any
Worlfl'i FairGutde.wlth littof
thoasndso!cheap room*, map
otcity,FairGrcmnflB, street oar
lines, 12 fine coloredplctoret of
freeofexpe work weekl:
free of expense,.-- for 3 dayaligh*
ted. Sent, for 25c. coin.
Offlolal Fraa Rooming Dnraaa
Dopt. K, SI. Louis
1 Boraxology is another
name for lightening work,
and when you lighten
work ^you lighten the
heart. Lots of heart-sick
people are simply work
sick. Hard city water and
soap are bound to make
hard work. Put BORAX
in the water and lo! as if
by magic you double its
Use BORAX in the
wash, the bath, the toilet,
everywhere you use soap
and water, but be sureyou
get pure BORAX
BRANDSSold by Drug
gists and Grocers? $ and