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Will Make Such
Between July 6 and
COURT AT ROME
IS APPEALED TO
CONTROVERSY BETWEEN A REC-
TOR AND THE ARCHBISHOP.
Over Transfer of Father Harrison of
St. Joseph's Parish and Diversion of
Building FundGovernor Van Sant,
Senator Clapp and Other Prominent
Men Sign Petition.
Embarrassing complications exist
between St. Joseph's Catholic parish
of St. Paul and Archbishop Ireland.
So strenuous has the situation become
that the governor, state officials, and
prominent business and professional
men of St. Paul have taken a hand,
siding with the parish and against the
Under guidance of Father John T.
Harrison, rector, St. Joseph's parish
ioners have raised $72,000 for the
erection of a new church at Dayton
and "Western avenues, and $33,000 is
already invested in the site and sub
structure. Lately, on the decision on
Archbishop Ireland to erect a new ca
thedral and consolidate it with St.
Joseph's, Father Harrison was ordered
transferred to St. Stephen's parish,
Minneapolis. The archbishop also ex
pressed the desire that the money
raised for the new St. Joseph's church,
be turned over to the cathedral fund.
This action on the part of the arch
bishop has raioed a storm of protest.
Father Harrison has refused to ac
cept the transfer, and is now residing
at 671 Ashland avenue, St. Paul, pend
ing an.appeal of his case to the ec
clesiastical court at Rome. Those in
charge of the fund for the new
church, propose returning the money
and subscriptions now on hand to the
donors, and to have a receiver ap
pointed for the work on the new
church already accomplished so that
The "Roanoke'' accommodates 146 first-class passengers-^
but she will take but 132 that everyone may be comfortable.
The 'Roanoke'' carries 40 second-class passengers and 100
steerage passengersand all without crowding.
This trip, via the inside passage to Cape Nome, returning by
the outside passage, and being accomplished withinthirty days
will not be excelled as an ocean voyage during the year 1904.
l$3 Cherry Street, Seattle,
property may be sold and the
money divided pro rata.
A committee of St. Joseph's parish
is preparing a statement of the entire
controversy to be submitted to Cardi
nal Satolli, now in Washington, and
also to the ecclesiastical authorities at
A petition with 360 signers already
has been prepared in- St. Paul for pre
sentation to Archbishop Ireland ask
ing that Father Harrison be retained
as pastor of St. Joseph's church. The
petition recites the faithful service
Father Harrison has performed, and
how he has become beloved by all
who knew him, both Cathlocis and
Among the signers are nearly all the
state officials, St. Paul city officers,
and prominent business men. The list
includes Governor S. R. Van Sant,
United States Senator Moses E. Clapp,
Congressman F. C. Stevens, Secretary
of State Peter E. Hanson, State Treas
urer J. H. Block, State Auditor S. G.
Iverson, Mayor R. A. Smith of St.
Paul, Judge G. M. Orr and Judge Ed
Cheap Rou nd Trip Rates to Colorado
From St. Paul and Minneapolis via
Chicago Great Western Railway.
$26.40 to Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo, $28.40 to Glenwood Springs.
$38.40 to Salt Lake City, Utah. Tick
ets on sale every day to September
30th. Good to return until October
lst. Two magnificently equipped
trains each way every day making
connections in Union Station, Omaha,
with western lines. For further in
formation apply to L.. C. Rains, Gen
eral Agent, corner Nicollet Ave. and
Fifth St., Minneapolis.
Liess Than One-half Rates to St. Louis
Via Chicago Great Western Rail
way. The Chicago Great Western Rail
way will on June 13 and 27 sell round
trip tickets at less than one-half rates
to St. Louis, Mo. For further infor
mation apply to L. C. Rains, General
Agent, corner Nicollet Ave. and Fifth
The ORIGINAL remedy that "kills the Dandruff Germ."
GOING^l GQING"!! GONE HI
THE LADIES OBJECT
St. Louis Exposition.
The Chicago Great Western railway
will allow a ten-day stop-over at
either Chicago or Kansas City on pay
ment of $1.00 fee on through tickets
to the World's Fair. For rates and
other information apply to L. C.
Rains, General Passenger Agent, cor
ner Nicollet av and 5th st, Minneapo
Herpicide Will Save It. Herpldde Will Save It. Too Late for Herpicide.
to a gummy and sticky hair- dressing, or one
that is full of sedimentary chemicals In
tended to dye the hair. The marked prefer
ence for a dainty' dressing, particularly one
that overcomes excesslTe oillness and leayefl
Draff Stores, $1. Send 10c, stamps, to HERPICIDE CO., Dept. H.Detroit, Mich, for sample
VOEELI BROS*., Special Agents
the hair light and fluffy, Is reflected In.the
enormous sale of Newbro's Herpicide. Ladles
become enthusiastic oyer its refreshing qual
ity and exquisite fragrance. It destroys the
microbic growth In the scalp, cores dandruff,
stops falling hair and gives It a silken gloss.
STOPS ITCHING INSTANTLY.
OUT OF BUSINESS
J. Pierpont Weary of Responsi
bility and in Poor Health,
Special to The Journal.
New York, June 18.J. Pierpont
Morgan continues to withdraw from
railway rating as fast as proper ar
rangements can he made. It is due
to his expressed wish to he relieved
from business cares of this description,
and railroad properties which were re
organized by him are gradually being
transferred from his personal domina
tion back to the control of individual
Two of the Morgan voting trusts
have already been dissolved. These
are the Northern Pacific and the Erie,
and now it's Reading's turn. Reading
voting trust is to be dissolved as
soon as possible. The greater part of
the Morgan holdings of the Erie have
been sold to Harriman and his friends.
Morgan is weary of responsibility
and is not in good health. He has
practically, surrendered control of the
following properties: United States
Steel corporation, Northern Pacific,
Burlington, Erie, Louisville & Nash
ville, Chicago, Indiana & Louisville,
Reading, Jersey Central, Lehigh Val
ley. GREELEY, SCHLENER'S MGR.
Active Work Won't Begin Till Gov
ernor Is Nominated.
Otto E. Greeley will toe manager of
the campaign of J. A- Schlener, re
publican candidate for nomination as
mayor. Headquarters for the Schel
ner campaign are now practically es
tablished at Mr. Greeley's office, 208
Phoenix building, altho active ward
work will not be commenced till after
the gubernatorial nomination. The
backers of Mr. Schlener do riot intend
to start the real battle so as to get
mixed up in the gubernatorial strugv
gle. Schlener has many friends in
both the Dunn and Collins' camps, and
he intends to hold them all, if possi
ble. James W. Nash- will aid Mr.
Greeley as manager, of Schlener's
SAY PL AN WOTJLND'T PAY
North-Western Officials Have No
Faith in Long Car Ferry Trips.
The North-Western road, which has
the bulk of- the ore- traffic- of the
Menominee range, does not take "seri
ously the reported plans of the Wis
consin & Michigan road to make a
strong bid for the traffic. With its
line from Quinnesec to Peshtigo and
ferries to South Chicago the company
is reported to aim at revolutionizing
the ore trade by doing away with ex
pensive docks and the labor of loading
and unloading. The ferries, say the
reports, are to run thru to Buffalo and
other lower lake ports also.
The difficulties in the way of the
scheme are^said to be a hindrance to
profit from ore carrying. The largest
ferry carries twenty-four cars. With
each car loaded with fifty tons the
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUBNAL.
Junea Will Reache July 10
Valdez oi\ July 13
And Sewar on July 14
The price for the entire voyage, including every expense except lWuries--which means barbering and bar billsis the nominal sum of
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
trip capacity would be 1,2.00 tdfas,
while the regular pre carriers load
three times that .amount and more.
The average cost of carrying ore from
the range outlet at Escanaba is 70
cents a ton.
May Be Started by Roads' Routing
The roundabout routes by which
passengers are ticketed from various
points to St. Louis at low rates is
likely to start a bitter rate war.
The Great Western maintains, in
the face of complaint by Chairman
MacLeod of the" Western Passenger
association, that the route by way of
Kansas City is legitimate and the com
pany continues to sell that way, altho
correspondence with the chairman
about this routing is heavy.
The machinists' grievance committee of the
Great Northern and the Northern Pacific are
in session at St. Paul.
John Sebastian, passenger traffic manager,
with other Bock Island officials, inspecting the
twin city terminals yesterday, said that condi
tions along the line were entirely satisfactory.
Passenger traffic, he says, is exceptionally
heavy. The Colorado tourist business this season
Is the largest in the road's history.
Beginning June 26 three boats a week of the
Diamond Jo line will leave St. Paul until the
St. Louis fair closes. The' Dubuque, Quincy
and St. Paul are in commission.
The Wisconsin Central has put out a series
of its fishing booklets, describing the fishing
grounds along the line or within reach of the
system. The books are well iUustrated.
The Canadian Pacific has begun at Winnipeg
the building of a hew station and hotel, to cost
$2,000,000. It will be ready for use by the
end of the year.
The Grand Trunk will move its shops from
Port Huron to Battle Creek. A new station,
costing S75.000, has been promised. The re
moval of the shops must be completed in five
years, according to agreement with the Busi
ness Men's association.
Leaky roofs cause trouble and ex
pense. Use Carey's. No trouble. No
expense. Both phones 376. Bee W.
S. Nott Company.
revenue, which the1
new lin expectes
to ask, the North-Western officials do
not believe that the proposition would
ST. LOUIS RATE WAR
OYER BLUFF IN AUT0
E A. YOUNG'S MACHINE SLID
DOWN.: SEVENTY-FIVE FEET
AND LODGED IN A TREE.
While driving his automobile along
the East River Bank parkway be
tween Marshall and Summit avenues,
ill St. Paul, E. A. Young of the firm of
Finch, Young & McConville, went over
the edge of the bluff and down its side
until the machine lodged in a tree
seventy-five feet below. Altho he was
thrown from the machine he escaped
with a few slight cuts and bruises
While all the darnage done the ma
chine consisted of a splintered hub
in one of the front wheels.
Mr. Young was following the lights
on the automobile of Mr. Taylor, When
,Mr. Taylor's machine made a stidden
turn. Mr. Young,' not perceiving the'
-turn, went over the edge of the bluff.1
He set the brakes and reversed the en
gine, but the machine coasted down
the bluff and collided with a tree
twenty-five feet from the water's edge.
Mr. Taylor heard the sound and
drove rapidly to the Town and Coun
try club, where he obtained help and
brought Mr. Young and his machine
up the bluff.
The Booklover's Library
Has a special proposition for hot
weather. The best of the late books,
heavy and light, exchanged at your
pleasure. The Booklover's Magazine
and the Bookman, all one year for $5.
This offer is good only for a limited
time. Call for free sample copy of
their magazine, cr address for further
information, 721 Hennepin.
Dyspepsia in its worst forms will
yield to the use of Carter's Little
Nerve Pills, aided by Carter's Little
Liver Pills. They not only relieve
present distress, but strengthen the
stomach and digestive apparatus
MATERIALS Four tablespoonfuls
olive oil, one tablespoonful vinegar
or lemon juice, half teaspoonful
salt, quarter teaspoonful pepper.
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Seasoning:A simple salad is .so delightfully improyed by the
& addition of a tablespoonful of Lea GSk Petrins' Sauce
"'A ,dSK^i^~that no French [Dressing should be sent to tJ
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JUNE 18, 1964.
The trip covers nearly 6,000 miles all told.
The "Roanoke," which was the treasure ship of The North
American Transportation Company for ten years is known as
the most comfortableship upon which to travel now operated
in Pacific waters.
The "Roanoke" has more "undercover space" for games and amusements
thanany othership afloat on the Pacific, and every facility will be furnished
by the ship's company.
amilton or The Times Printing Co.
Corner Second Av and Union St., Seattle.
4 1 The "Roanoke"
Will Touch at
Juneau, Valdez, Seward
and Dutch Harbor
Remaining From Three to Twelve
Hours at Every Point
Real Estate Bargains
DAVID P. JONES & CO.
Main Floor, Bank of Commerce Bldg.
$4$D01605 Kenwood Parkway. Two-story frame dwelling, full
basement, ten rooms and bathroom, solid hardwood floors
and hardwood finish, lavatory, four grates and mantles, new
furnace, good laundry 100 ft. on boulevard by 150 ft. deep.*
$40001112: Logan avenue N. Two-story frame dwelling, ten
rooms", hardwood floors, finish, bathroom, full cellar, fur-
nace, barn.-'.""-This property has just been put in thorough
condition of repair.
$40001142 Logan avenue N. Two-story frame dwelling, ten
modern dwelling, surrounded by beautiful lawn with large
oak trees. Completely modern, including furnace, complete
bathroom, hardwood floors and finish. Land 52x126 ft. to
$3000107 Highland avenue. Two-story frame dwelling, nine
rooms, modern, including furnace and bathroom. Just been
,v papered and painted and put in thorough condition of re-
pair. Rent $30 per month. Frontage on the avenue of 50 ft.
$3000723 East Twenty-eighth'street. Two-story frame dwelling,
eight rooms and bathroom. City water and sewer connec*
tions. Land 45x120 ft. This house has also justbeenput in
excellent condition of repair.
$21002421 Tenth avenue S. A good two-story frame dwelling,
eight rooms, city water and sewer connections. Has just,
been painted and put in excellent condition of repair.
$20002941 Tenth avenue S. Two-story, nine-room frame dwell-
ing, city water and sewer connections, bathroomj house it-
self cannot be duplicated for $2,500.
$2500219 West Twenty-sixth street. Two-story frame, eight*
room dwelling. City water, well, cistern. In good condi-
tion oi.repair\*y,%. .:v .'.\.'"-.v\
$1400524 West Twenty-eighth street. Two-story frame dwelling,
seven rooms, well, cistern and cellar. Lot 40x115 ft., facing
south. sP^his property recently put in excellent condition of
$10002704 Humboldt ^enue N. Two story, eight-room dwelling
Cistern arid well, on full sized lot. A bargain.
$10001918 Ninth street S. Six-room frame dwelling, well, cistern
and cellar. Just been put in excellent condition of repair.
$15002317 Tenth avfenue S. Two-story frame, seven-room house
.barn. Lot 46x135 ft. Rent $200 per year.
$650South front lot on West Twenty-eighth street, between Fre-.
mont and Girard avenues S. Land 45x130 ft. to alleys
ftityfti Beautiful lot, with surroundings improving rapidly.
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