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Ladies' Shoes $3.50 grades. Short lines. Ladies' Shoes Cut from $2.50 Party Slippers Broken sizes cut from $3 00 and $3.50 Do you like good coffee? Ask for lUcLaughlin 's Coftee. It is the best and sola at reasonable prices. McLaughlin & Co Chicago importers. -Ijesfc 307 NICOLLET AV. Friday and Saturday Double Amount Green Trading Stamps on all Cash Purchases. Lowest Prices on Winter Shoes Ladies' Shoes $2.50, N O THA W A WINNIPE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR SIX WEEKS IS 8.43 DEGREES BELOW ZERO. Special to The Journal. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 16.That the eieury has seldom deigned to emerge doni the bulb this wintei, Wmnipeggers ill be ready to stake their faith on, yet if is safe to say they weie not prepared tor actual figures. That the average temperature at Winnipeg from Jan. 1 to Feb. 14 was below zero will not shock man}', but that it was 8.43 degrees be low will give satisfaction to those who have held that it has really been cold. The average or mean tempeiature for January was 6 degrees below but Feb ruary for its two weeks has shown an average tempeiature of 13 8 below, a rocorcl that will take some beating. These figures are compiled from official observations at St. Johns college by A. Avery of the Dominion meteorologi il bureau, and represents Winnipeg li strict. Cold temperatures have been peeuliar- [-v. February's fate so far, seven out of fourteen days seeing the mercury under ^0 below, while only three days did it lul to pass 20 below. But one day in the fortnight was wholly out of the ?ero class and that escaped by 2 de btees, while on the other hand there were only six days that were not wholly In it. The highest temperature reached. as 19.8 and the lowest 38.9 below. Men's Shoes There is no element of speculation in the quality of Ol Underoof It is good beyond compare. SaQU $5.00 and $6.00 Patent Leathers In broken sizes. Men's Shoes $3 50 quality. Leather lined. Men's Shoes 3.50 Broken sizes in $5.00 Box Calf Shoes. Men's Shoes $5.00 Enamel and Patent Colt. CHARTER TO BE REVISED Stillwater's Petition for a Commission Reaches the Court. 8pecial to The Journal. Stillwater, Mmn.-Feb. 16.The peti tion asking Judge Williston to appoint a commission to revise the city's char ter was formally presented to the court today. It bears 400 signatures and will be granted. A committee of the coun cil will submit names from which the judge will select commissioners to do the work. The application to the district court for a drainage ditch in western Wash ington county and parts of Chisago and Anoka countieB has been granted and an order will soon be filed directing that the work be started. Some 2,600 acres will be reclaimed. Members of the Atwood bowling team of this city will start for Mil waukee on Satuiday night to take part in the national contests. The team will play its first games on Sunday night. Mayor Armson, appointed to succeed W. C. Masterman as surveyor general of logs and lumber for the Stillwater district, has taken formal charge of the office and appointed F. D. Yates as deputy. $32.90 to California via the North western Line. A reduction p.f $15 in the one way second-class rate, and tickets will be on sale from March 1 to May 15. Thru tourist cars to California leave Minne apolis and St. Paul via the North-West Line Tuesdays and Saturdays of each week. For sleeping car reserva tions, etc., call at 600 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis. CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY Chicago. Si*J-^k9V however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this great linjment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through this critical period without pain. I is woman's greatest blessing. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the use of this wonderful remedy. Sold by all druggists at $x.coper bottle. Our little book, telling all about this liniment, will be sent free. Tin Bndueld Regulator Co,, AUaitt, 6a. Srh shapely, pretty figure, and many of them deplore the loss of their girlish forms after marriage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided, Mother's SAY S ROOSEVELT' S I LIF E IS A CRISI S Jerome Declares President Loved by People, Hated by Politicians. New York Sun Special Service. New York, Feb. 16.There was "something doing" in Little Hungary Tuesday night after President Roose velt and his party had left. Urged by repeated calls, District Attorney Je rome made a vigorous speech which he declared that he hated "Roose velt, the politician,'' but loved Roose velt, the man." He incidentally called the United States senate a "rich man's club." He said: It generally has been my function to pour some note of discord Into a gather ing. I have a few things to say in refer ence to Theodore Roosevelt that I rather would say to his face. I have known him for twenty years. In all that time I have loved Theodore Roosevelt, the man, while I have hated Theodore Roosevelt, the statesman and politician. Every time he acted as Theodore Roosevelt, the man, the whole United States, except those who always have their ear to the ground, stood back of him. Every man, be he democrat or republi can, when Theodore Roosevelt spoke from the fullness of his heart, followed Theo dore Roosevelt, and today, in the great hour of this man, at the time when he has his great fight at hand, they still will sup port him. Great Trial of Career. He stands today face to face with the greatest trial of his career. His work of destruction has gone by and he must now show what he can do in the way of con struction. Those of us who know what constructive work means know how much harder It is to construct than to fight and attack. He stands today subject to the greatest test any human being of this country ever will be subject to. Whatever he, Roosevelt, the man, does, the people will stand back of him, because It was the man that spoke. Now he approaches the hour of his trial when he stands practically alone, for betray no secrets when I say the republi can politician cares as little for Theodore Roosevelt today as the democratic poli tician. The politician of today, whether he be republican or democrat, is a crea ture with his ear to the ground, and when the string is pulled he will dance. People Love Him. Theodore Roosevelt stands today alone, more Isolated than any great president ever stood in the history of this people The people love him. him meets the crucial test. I believe he will meet it. He may meet a setbakek from that rich men's club (the senate), many members of which are under indictment now and many more would be under in dictment if they got their deserts. Up to this point in Jerome's speech his, points, had been received with scat took some little time beforsilence. the force of his oratory won back the crowd to his Bide. He continued: Appeal to Plain People. Then, if he forgets entirely the poli tician, but turns again to the plain people Of the United States, all party lines dis appear. If he makes a confident appeal to the plain people to 'Jupport him he will find in the next congressional election, so overwhelming will be his support, that the senate of the United States will take the place it deservestake a subservient place to those who are elected by the franchises of the people. (Great ap plause I fear that in the time to come, when the. president will stan,d S Every woman covets a practically alone this moment to hear the applause with which you greet these statements It will not be what Theodore Roosevelt does, it will not be what Theodore Roose velt says, but it will be what Theodore Roosevelt is, in this hour of peril and of strain that will be an inspiration for the American people, and I believe he will ring true. I believe he will stand for your rights and mine. If he does ring true, he will go down into history for all time as an inspiration for young and old. BRYAN IN MINNESOTA Large Crowds at Northfleld and Alex andria Hear Him Lecture. Specials to The Journal. Northfleld, Minn., Feb. 16.W. J. Bryan was greeted with a crowded house for his lecture on "The Value of an Ideal Merritt Moore tendered a complimentary dinner to Mr. Bryan, having as his guests Mayor Ferguson, Presidents Kildahl of St. Olaf and Sail man of Carleton and A. K. Ware. Alexandria, Minn., Feb. 16.William Jennings Bryan delivered a lecture in the Congregational church here on "The Value of an Ideal An audi ence of fully 600 greeted the famous Nebraskan, and gave frequent evidence of its appreciation of his remarks. Mr. Bryan was introduced by Colonel Jenkins and among those who listened to his lecture were: Senator Ward, Cleve Van Dyke, Milton Trenham, Frank M. Eddy and Dr. Du Bois of Sauk Center, and James Bennett, Jr., of St. Cloud. FOOTBALL The trouble between the University of Chicago athletic officials and the managers of the Uni versity of Wisconsin team will soon be amicably settled, according to Director A A. Stagg of the University of Chicago. Altho Stngg refuses to indicate the terms of the promised settlement of the grand stand affair, he expressed himself as positive last night that a football game be tween the two institutions will be arranged soon. As he stated positively some time ago that unless Wisconsin met Chicago's terms in the giandstand settlement there would be no Chicago isconsln game next rear, it would seem that Yi isconsin had come to Chicago's terms. Stagg would not discuss the Michigan end of the settlement, but he inferred that if Michigan did not settle the matter there would be no game and that Minnesota would probably be taken on instead BILLIARDS street, Minneapolis, Thursday Evening, THE' MINNEAPOLIS "JOUAi***i* February 16, 1905. SPOXTSi I Is BOWLING The Bensingers of the Chicago Bowling league established a new world's record for a series of three Barnes in that city last night by rolling 1,091, 1,048 ind 1,045, an average of 1,0611-8. The best previous accepted record was the 1,058 2-3 of the Empires In the same league two years ago In the performance Ed Stoike was the star with an average of 238 2-3, Collier be ing second with 215 flat, Gus Steel 2111-3, Will Flenner, 205 1-3, while Dave Woodbury was low man with 101 flat All of the men are going to Milwaukee, altho broken up among several clubs. a %Zk with no one around him who has his In- McDermitt Left forward.. H. Michelson terests at heart, he will have moments of Corser or Kayser..Centetr discouragement. I wish he-were here at Dirimple EIGHTH WABD LEAGUE. HOBO. Fust. Second. Third. Average. P. Johnson ly6 169 160 175 E. Stein 121 168 148 145 Johnson 194 152 155 167 Henderson 168 196 155 172 Crockett 170 214 153 179 Totals 849 899 771 INDIAN First Second. Third. Average. Conrad 189 161 161 178 Sisson 157 138 122 189 Carlisle 140 205 142 152 Cadwell 151 154 156 150 Brown 161 176 156 164 Totals 7?8 852 ~737 st prize In the individual alle McNaught captured first tournament at the King alleys, which came to a close last night, his score being 1,201. The prize lnners follows M^Naught, 1201, $8 Kampmann, 1,197. $8: Olson, 1,186, $4, Bollins, 1,150, $3 Farr, i,148 $2, Elliott, 1,138. SI, Sandblom, 1,136, $1. The schedule of games for the five-men teams in the national bowling tournament, which begins at Milwaukee Saturday night has been an nounced The Mill Springs team of the St. Paul will be the first aggregation from the twin cities' to roll, Captain Buhlthand his men being scheduled to0'go*CnoWt. a 1 o'clock Sunday after- tae same day the Capitol 7 o'clock cl of St captained by N Deller. will take "i-.Ti1^Paul, tbe pl S?^ an shift Captain J. O'Connor and his Independents will go on The Turners, with p. K. McNaughton as cap tain, will be the first Minneapolis team to ap pear in the competition, going on at 11 o'clock Sunday night. The Selbys of fit. Paul, captained by Biundrits. will be in the same shift. C. Hellhake of the St Paul Courts will take his men on Monday afternopa in the 2 o'clock shift. Captain W. J. Bonesteel and his Buffaloes from Minneapolis will roll in the 8 clock shift Tues day evening, and the Doris of St. Paul, cap tained by A Enderlin, will go on Wednesday at 2 m. The Phisters will be the last of the fwin city men to roll. Captain W. Lron beimS scheduled for 8 m. Wednesday: THE ICE PATH an Sometimes he has drifted away from be- fejg$\///"V \y- y, ing Theodore Roosevelt, the man, but so 1 Time, 12, 1 11^. 1.13% i' 124 far he always has come back. JudgesJ.' W Day, G. 0* Sherman, O. stands today at the threshhold of Mooney. TimersW. Guertin, A. Lindsay, usefulness that will be unsurpassed if he *e a ^f 14 Jnds ~nA 1 t"A $ _ take in all the teams is the western states, in- tering applause. When he began his eluding the Chicago*, soos, Houghtons, Duiuths, *KF***"' 8 attack on the United States senate, there was almost complete It honorsI P*te ^S}7,*0***, carried off the of the ice racing at the Lake of the Isles yester day afternoon. A large crowd was present. Fol lowing is the summary: Free-for-All Pace Billy Boggs (McCoy) Ill Punce Stevens (MacLean) 2 2 3 Goshen Jim (Daj) 3 2 l'auna Glen (Biown) 4 5 4 Honest Abe (Bloom) 5 4 Time, 1.04, 1 04%, 1,04%. Free-for-All Trot Rosebud (Day) 2 2 1 2 Porter (Baxter) 1 1 2 1 The politicians fear Susie B. (Brown) 4 8 3 8 Jennie S. (Kellar) 3 5 5 5 Sai&eDr. EatonM. Pa Gluck" -s LACROSSE The St. Paul lacrosse club expects to take the intiative in foiming a lacrosse league which will Calumetss nnrd Stt Paula.. Tlio nuurd fnr ninh on Calumet ant S Pauls The nee for such an organization has been felt plainly during the last two reasons, when each oi the clubs Had several dates left open, but could not get together thru a central organisation to fill tnem. It was also decided at the annual meeting which was held last night at the Clarendon hotel, St Paul, to send a challenge to the trustees of the Chipman international trophy at Winnipeg asking tor a chance to capture the trophy. It is now held by the Shamrocks of Winnipeg. BASI^SALIT A game well worth seeing will be the Holcomb Academy against the Cooke Institute on the institute floor tonight. While the Holcombs have been defeated by the institute before, they played a close game with M. A. C. Saturday night and have improved since Ihere will be no charge for admission The lineup will be as follows Cooke Institute. Position. Holcomb. Best Right forward Reynolds 4- $- 4 $_ Secretary Calcott of the Chicago football asso ciation has received a letter from A Parker, who is managing the tour of the Corinthian foot ball club of London, Eng., asking for a game at Chicago and particulars as to other western cities The Chicago men considered the game clinched and will hold a meeting at McKenzie Wayside Inn on Tuesday night to hear the re port of the committee on grounds. -$ Cutler of Boston last night broke the American record for a run at 18-inch balkline billiards, two shots in. In his 2,000-point match with Alexander Taylor of Chicago His run was 197, unfinished, and his average 26 2-3 He beat Taylor in the third block of 400. 400 to 121. Settlers' Bates to Points in the South east. On the first and third Tuesday of each month, January to April, inclu sive, the Chicago Great Western railway will sell one-way tickets to points in Alabama, Floridar Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia at very low rates. For further informa tion apply to R. H. Heard, General Agent, corner Nicollet avenue and Fifth guard Weissma Veisel ...Left guard ....R Michelson $- CHESS 4 SKATING The amateur skating tournament of the Twin City Skating club will be held at the down town ball park, St. Paul, Sunday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. The contests are open to all, and entiy blanks may be had by applying to J. C&rlsen, Minneapolis Athletic club. $- -$ ATHLETICS s- Young, the South Dakota Rhodes scholarship man in the Oriel college sports, yesterday, at Oxfsrd, won thiee events The long jump, 20 feet 10% inches, the 120-yard huidles, 20 bec onds, and the high jump, 5 feet 2 inches. AUTOMOBILING Asa Paine has ordered a fifty horsepower Win ton This auto will arrive in Minneapolis within a montir. Harry Pence will open an agency and garage at Fargo, N. where he will handle the same line of cars that he has in Minneapolis. Steps are being taken with the board of fair managers to have one of the days set aside from the horse racing events for automobiles The famous drivers in the country will be brought here with their high powered racing machines, if the scheme goes thru Add Hockey W A The Victorias of St. Paul defeated the Two Haibois Minn team last night in the first of a series of three consecutive hockey games for the championship of the northwest. The score was 4 to 8 The Victorias have practically the same lineup as they have had for the past three jeais -4 BOXING $ Eddie Graney, prizefight referee, punched Thomas Gairett. editor of the Evening Post, San Francisco, last night as the result of criti cisms of Graney published in Garrett's paper. The two men met on the street in the Frisco tendeiloln district. Graney landed a hard blow on the chm, which brought Garett to his knees. He followed this up with another stiff right, which again staggered the newspaper man. Gar lett made little ataempt to defend himself and did not draw his pistol BASEBALL The Wisconsin state association of profes sional baseball clubs will meet today ln Osh kosh to form a schedule. Beloit, Freeport, Janes ville, Bockford, Wausau, La Crosse, Green Bay and Oshkosh will be represented. In all probability the season will begin early in Ma and close the middle of September. Each team will play 112 games The stoclf- of the Oshkosh club, $5,000, has been subscribed, and two players, Alvln Dolan catcher, and Frank Duchern, infielder, both oj last year's Three I fcaaffu*, hay been signed, IRON BEDS Beautiful beds, heavy scroll design, made of the best quality seamless tubing, three coats of enamel, baked on, in all desirable colors and com bination of colors, fitted with patent casters, steel side rails. Price. SIDEBOARDSGolden oak fin ish sideboards, full swell front, French bevel mirror, lined drawer for silverware, prettily carved. Price $13.50 No Payments While Sick or Out of Work. Liberal Terms $25.00 Purchase, $2.50 Down $3 Month. $50.00 Purchase, $5 Down, $4 Month. Meeker R1h $75.00 Purchase, $7.50 Down $5 Month. $ The ninth game is the international chess match between D. Janowski, chess champion of France, and Marshall, the American chess maker, resulted yesterday in Janowski beating Marshall in sixty two moves. J"C. WRESTLING $ $ John Gordon, the Minneapolis policeman, did not come near champions! ip form in his match with Ifrank Gotch last night. The Iowa man was in fine fettle and took three falls from the "copper" athlete in jigtime. After his victory, Gotch told the crowd of his boxing am bitions and of how he hoped to meet Jeffries The match was largely attended by an en thusiastic following of the mat game. Gotch will wrestle Carl Mattson at the Dewey theater tomorrow night, having "greed to throw that wrestler three times in a half-hour He will also wrestle ln St. Paul on Saturday night, where he will appear against James McAuley and Chief Two Feathers, the Indian champion. tacks. And we serve it in every glass of drinking water to our 700 employees. We have proved that sickness rarely comes where Liquozone is used. And most troubles end quickly when the sick one begins to employ it. 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