f/'l If i
$3.00 Worth Trading Stamps
$1.00 Gash Purchase.
We'll give, Friday until
12 o'clock. After that,
$2 for $1 'till closing time.
THE "WINNIPEG" UHITED
The Fas Mail Train Between
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Winnipeg
In a New Dress.
Parlor Buffet Observation Gars,
Lighted by Pintsch Gas. Booklover's Library Station.
Palace Sleeping Cars,
Dining Cars (Meals a la Carte),
Comfortable Day Coaches,
Will Be Pu in Service by the
SUNDAY, APRIL 30th.
Drs. Young and Bentley never pub
lish any testimonials of their cured
patients only by permission. No
read this one:
"Minneapolis, Minn., April 14, 1905..
"To Whom it May Concern:
"This certifies that Dra. Young and
Bentley of Minneapolis, Minn., have
successfully removed a cancer from
the left side of my face, ne ar the in
ner corner of the left eye, without
the use of any knife and with scarce
ly any pain. Thjs growth had been
troubling me for nearly two years, and
now that it is completely gone, I can
not say too much in praise of the kind
a nd successful treatment I have re
ceived from these doctors. I shall al
ways be glad to recommend other suf
ferers to them for the same success
(Signed) "Emma Hildebrand,
Leaving St. Paul every day 5:15 p. m.
Leaving Minneapolis 5:50 p. m.
Arriving Winnipeg 7:30 a. m.
Returning, Leave Winnipeg 5:20 p. m.
For Furthe Information, Address
1 I MffTOBBllg Minn.
[liWJUWWFfVM Or to
^(iffvlilB I. WHITNEY,
TF YOU are too busy to bring pr send
your ad to the Journal, call up Main
9, either line, and ask for the "Want Ad"
Department, give your ad and the Jour-
nal will do the rest. Only one cent for
each word. N ad less than 20 cents.
DRS. YOUNG & BENTLEY
CITY TICKET OFFICE:
Third St and Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis,
Fourttran Rober Sts. St Paul, Minn.
Passenge Traffic Manager
St. Paul, Minn.
taken over the
Are not only honest men, of well known busi
ness integrity, who can give you any desired
reference in this city or state, but they have
had many years' successful practice and are ac
knowledged expert specialists in the instant re
lief and speedy cure of all forms of external
Without knife, caustic or. pain. The growth is
checked at once, the cancer killed and removed
wholeevery particle of it drawn outwhen the
opening heals, sometimes not even leaving a
scar. If you suspect that you have cancer, then
do not trifle with such a fatal malady, for if
not cured it means sure death, and to die from
cancer is an awful death.
Do not defer hope simply because!
you have not found the relief desired.
Your case may be easily curable by
their new method of treatment. They
also successfully treat LUPUS,
GOITRE, RUPTURE, VARICOSE
VEINS, ULCERS and BONE ULCERS
without knife or pain. They make no|
charge for consultation or examina
tion in any case, and all inquiries arel
promptly answered in writing, inclose I
stamp. Call or address DRS YOUNG
& BENTLEY, 305 Nicollet ave.F over
Model Clothing Store, corner Thirdl
a nd Nicollet, second floor, Minneapolis,
Minn. OPEN ALL NIGHT.
FRAUD ORDERS FOR,,
Postmaster General Bars the
Home Co-operative Company
from the Mails.
By W W. Jermane.
Washington April 27.A fraud or
der was issued today against the Home
Co-operative company, whose home of
fice is in Kansas City, but which has
been doing a large business in Minne
apolis, Des Moines, Milwaukee a'n'J.
other northwestern cities.
A fraud order was issued against this,
company in June, 1903, which it unsuc
cessfully attacked in the courts and
then petitioned the postoffice depart
ment to have the order revoked, promis
ing to change the form of contracts and
in other ways comply with the depart
mental regulations. 'This petition was
granted, last year.
Lately some question arose as to the
methods of the company and postoffice
inspectors were put on its trail. I was
found that the eompany was operating
under the old form of contract and
that the office expenses were consuming
all the revenues, thus making it im
possible for the contracts ever to be
carried out. This led to the second
fraud order today.
The numerous fraud orders issued by
the postoffice department during the
past few months mark the beginning of
a crusade against such institutions. All
over the country a corps of expert in
vestigators is being put into the field to
look after them, and it is the hope
of the postmaster general that in a
short time all these swindlers will be
denied the use of the mails. The cru
sade has been begun with the knowl
edge and consent of the president.
W. W. Jermane.
FINA DECLAMATORY CONTEST
Judges Selected for Interesting Enter
tainment at Clark.
CLARK, S. I).The final declamation con
test will take place tomorrow evening. The
young ladies participating won places in the
preceding contests. They are Florence Babri,
Mamie Jones, Ruby Schoull, Mary Donahue,
Mabel Hill, Edna Armstrong and Carlton Sher
wood. The judges are S. A. Keenau, B. J.
Tupper and R.' A. Dunham.
The new board of education organized by
electing D. J. Quinn president, Judge P. U.
Bohrl vice president, and R. A. Dunham clerk.
The board is composed of F. G. Bohri. S. A.
Keenan, D. J. Quinn, Thomas Simpson, William
McGann, B. J. Tupper and G. Arpin. Teachers
for the ensuing year have been selected as fol
lows: Superintendent, M. O. Hill principal,
Mrs. Delia Bruner: eighth grade, Miss Frances
Armstrong: seventh grade. Miss White fourth
grade. Miss Laura Baker third grade. Miss
Hose Cochrane second grade. Miss Cornelia Van
Lieu first grade, Miss Myrtle Boyle. Pro
fessor Hill and Miss Boyle have declined the
positions offered. Professor Hill has accepted
a position with the Fidelity Life Insurance com
The city of Clark has begun the year with
great activity in building. Many persons have
been coming here for months and cannot find
places in which to live. It is estimated that
there are nearly 1.500 inhabitants, as the
municipal election this month gave a vote of
258. Several fine residences have been started.
The gas system and' waterworks have aroused
much enthusiasm and lawns are being improved
and built and hundreds of trees planted. The
grounds around the new schoolhouse are to bebeing
graded and planted and cement walks laid.
The Clark Tennis association numbers thirty
six members. Four up-to-date courts have been
Miss Vera Dice, who has been Governor El
rod's stenographer at Pierre, has resigned and
been succeeded by Miss Ethel Walker, of this
FOUR PA FINE S
Criminal Calendar of Circuit Court
Moved at Mitchell.
MITCHELL, S. D.The criminal section of
the circuit court was put in motion today.
Paul Scott, a colored man who conducts a res
taurant, was charged with selling liquor with
out a license, pleaded guilty and wasfined$50.
Gus Kertsing was charged with incest, and
pleaded not guilty. George Smith, farmhand,
was charged with uttering three forged checks
on the man whom he worked for last fall, the
checks amounting- in all to about $60. He
pleaded not guilty. These cases will be trie-i
the latter part of the week.
Art Yandenberg, William Scriven and, Claude
Maughan, charged with having disturbed a rer
ligious Salvation Army meeting, pleaded guilty
and were fined $15 each.
The eighty-sixth anniversary of the founding
of oddfellowship was celebrated at Mount Ver
non, and fifty Odd Fellows and Kebekahs with
the canton went over to take part. The ad
dress of welcome was responded to by W. N.
Hollands of this city, and the address of the
day was made by Harvey J. Rice of Huron,
grand secretary of the grand lodge. In the
evening the canton of this city gave a drill
in the operahouse, the day closing with a danc
J. J. McDougall has organized a company of
local capitalists for the rection of a machine
Title of Keweenaw Company in Upper
Peninsula Lands I Quieted.
CALUMET, MICH.In the United States cir
cuit court at Grand Rapids last week, the cur
tain was rung down upon the last act in one of
the most important pieces of land litigation the
upper peninsula has ever known. The case was
noticed as the United States vs. the Lake Su
perior Ship Canal, Railway & Iron company, the
Keweenaw association, Ltd.. Metropolitan Lum
ber company, and W. D. Wing company Ltd.,
and the title to over 16,000 acres of land upon
which ninety-five homesteaders had settled was
involved in the suit. The court declared the
title of the Keweenaw association, which is the
successor to the interests of the canal company,
to be quieted, and against the homesteaders.
After the homesteaders had announced them
selves as occupying the lands, the canal com
pany made them parties to the- United States
suit. In many instances settlements were made,
but the bulk of the cases were contested be
fore the department, and the last one was de
cided last fall. Following up the departmental
decisions, the United States case was heard at
Grand Rapids and final decree entered declaring
the title of the Keweenaw association, which
is the successor in interest of the canal com
pany, quieted to all tracts which had been in
volved in the suit.
No Newfoundland Fishing.
When the senate killed the New
foundland reciprocity treaty last win
ter, it did not imagine that Newfound
land could strike back, but it has. I
is now against the laws of that coun
try for American fishermen to obtain
bait there, and if an American vessel
is found within three miles of their
coast with bait, or supplies purchased
on their island, it will be confiscated.
This will virtually put a stop to Amer
ican fisheries. Ho much better for
Newfoundland to let us fish off her
shores and in return be able to buy
our flour and golden grain belt beer
re'e of duty.' The beer, especially, is
becoming more and more a family ne
cessity from a health standpoint. If
you haven't a case at home you can
order by phone.
Make I Your Business
To know something more of the glori
ous country, between Minnesota and
the Pacific coast. The Northern Pa
cific is offering some of the cheapest
excursion rates to Pacific coast points
that have ever been advertised. Tick
ets are good for three months and good
for stop-overs. The North Coast Lim
ited offers every comfprt and conven
ience ever provided on'any train. Call
at City Ticket Office,.No. 19 Nicollet
The Minneapolis & SU Louis R. R. has
on sale round trip excursion tickets at
one fare plus two dollars to points in the
West, South and Soutnwest. Final re
turn limit, twenty-one days from date
of sale. .-A'. Liberal stop-over privileges
Call on G. Rickel, City Ticket
Agent, 424 Nicollet Ave. _.
If sick headache is misery,-what are
Carter's Little Liver Pills if they will
positively cure it People who have
used them speak frankly of their worth.
They are small and easy to take.
Carey Roofing will neither run in hot
weather nor crack in cold weather. Ab
solutely guarnteed/^Se W S. Nott
Co.. Tel. 376..
Ask for the Brewery Bottling.
See that the cork or crown ts branded
POSTMASTER I S SHORT
Troubles of Mielke of Ferney Charged
to Poor Bookkeeping.
ABERDEEN. S. D.Postal Inspector Tulles
of this city has found a shortage of $1,100
in the accounts of Postmaster Mielke of Fer
ney. Mielke's friends say the shortage is due
to poor bookkeeping rather than intentional dis
honesty on his part. The- bondsmen have been
asked to make up the shortage, and the papers
have been forwarded to- the United States at
torney at Sioux Falls.
R. K. Hafsos of Canton was awarded the
contract for the workshop for the Northern
normal and industrial school. The Symms
Powers company secured the heating contract
and L. W. Kelly the plumbing contract, both
Aberdeen firms. The building contract is
for $8,015, according to the specifications, but
the regents will make .some additions which
will bring the total cost to about $9,000. The
regents selected a site near the main building
on the campus.
SMITH & WYMAN,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc.
Specialties: Stair Work, ,Office Fitting* and
Interior Hardwood f^pisfi^
Corner 3d'Avenue S'-v EAST SIDE,
and 8th Street. Minneapolis, Minn.
HOWE SCALES &
Howe Scale Co.
321 So. 3d St.
:Phone :& 16359,vN-1 W. E 177:
AMERICAN TENT AND
C. M. Rawitzer, Manager. Awnings, Tents,
Flags, Umbrellas, Cotton Duck, Horse Blan
kets, Horse Covers, Wagon Covers, Tarpau
lins, Peed Bags, Leggings.
TENTS FOR RENT.
125-127-129 First Av. N.
Ay^^'ancl? Fifth: St.
S^g^ ::^inneato l^s,|^inn.: ._:-
ALFRED ANDRESEN & CO.,
SWEDISH STEEL GOODS.
1300-1302 Washington Av. S.
*nMW-: 'Cash'' Wag-on.
::%$&&. 1203 Main St. N. E.
Tel. East 495 Jl
MINNEAPOLIS FLORAL CO.
Wholesale Growers and Deal
ers in Plants and Flowers.
Special,Attention to Funeral Orderi.
36th St. and Calhoun Boulev'rd
WINSTON, HARPER, FISHER
'^.tfr.* Minneapolis, Minn.
PETERSON CARPET CO.,
312-314 FIRST AV. K.
The Only Wholesale Mail Order Firm Jobbing
CUT CARPETS, Rugs, Draperies, etc., as
an exclusive specialty. Manufacturer of all
kinds of pattent exhibitors and myrioscopes.
Founder cut order carpet trade in Minneap
olis and two other(
cme6 Liv merchants
wanted to sell out goods by sample.
Over 1,000 town asencies.
Malt is a food, half digested. Hops area
tonic. Beer that is pure is good for you.
But beer that isn't aged causes biliousness.
Beer that's impure is unhealthful.
That is why we insist on purity. That is
why we spend fortunes every
year to attain
WAGNER A FUGITIVE
Bonds of Minnehaha County Farmer
Forfeited by the Court.
SIOUX FALLS, S. I).The bond of Nicholas
Wagner, a Minnehaha county farmer, who was
charged with two very serious crimes, has been
declared forfeited by Judge Jones of the state
circuit court., Nothing is known as to Wagner's
Arrangements are being perfected for the an
nual camnnieeting of the Free Methodists of the
Sioux Falls district, which will be held in a
beautiful grove oiear the village of Coll on, north
west of Sioux Falls, from June 20 to July 2.
Last year the city council granted to Desalleges,
Moiues capitalists the franchise for an electric
street railway system in Sioux Falls. Up to this
time nq^move has been made by the Iowa men to
commence work, and the council has adopted a
resolution requiring the Des Moines men toexpense
put up a bond of $5,000, which will guarantee
the faithful performance of their part of thegrafting
contract. If this is not done the franchise will
.MYlVlAN,, PARTRIDGE Cb.
^WtfOLESALE DRY GOO$
':-FirstAvenue N and Jpourth st..'
PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS
Largest producers of Plate Glass In the
world. We carry a complete stock of
WINDOW AND ORNAMENTAL GLASS.
Northwestern Distributing Agents of PAT
TON'S PAINTS( and carry a full line of
'S' COMRANY.E^A ^$%-':
^0i-MS Hennejiin Ayemie^ Jj^
"\yky. Wholesale and Retail
Butter i Cheese Eggs,^ ft0,'
Cream arid Ice Gream.i
R. HERSOHEL MFG. CO.
M. S. Thurber, Mgr.
406-408 Third avenue North.
Manufacture mower knives, sections, rivets,
cotters, rake teeth, link chain, beltinp, etc.
Jobbers' agricultural supplies. Write for
1905 catalogue, No. 56.
FACTORY, PEORIA, ILL.
GLUEK BREWING CO.
Brewers and Bottlers of
HIGH GRADE BEERS,
THE JOBBING, MANUFACTURING
AND WHOLESALE INTERESTS
Sill* MMMllrOOOD COAL
245^247-249 Firat Avenue North.
BEMIS BROS. BAG
G12, 614, 616 Fourth St. S.
JT11UI1C -JT, 707
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.
1209-1211 4th St. South, Minneapolis
MAYOR SUES HIS ENEMIES
Libel and Slander Cases Sequel of Nor
way's Spring Campaign.
NORWAY, MICH.A sensation has been
caused in Delta county by the institution of a
libel suit by Mayor Charles D. Mason of Glad
stone against I. E. Shelley, a merchant of that
city, and I. G. Champion, proprietor of the Delta
County Reporter, published at Gladstone. The
alleged statements because of which suit is
brought are said to have been made prior to
and in the spring campaign. Shelley was theoption
nominee for mayor on the law and order ticket.
Three charges are made by Mayor Mason. He
first, that Mr. Shelley made the asser
tion that the mayor was the tool of a corpora
tion and souaht re-election In the interest of
the Cleveland Cliffs Iron company to secure a
reduction of the taxes of that company at the
of other taxpayers and, second, that he
accused the administration with corruption,
The third charge is made ,against the Delta
County Reporter, which is accused of having
BERGSTEDT BROS. CO.
and Soda Fountain Supplies.
641-43 Decatur St. St. Paul, Minn.
MCCLELLAND BROS. &
21-25-'2r Thin! i v.t North',
GENTS' FURNISHINGS. "-JKW-
.ELRY, NOTIONS, ST \XIUN-
EKY, CliTI.FHY, ETC.
Write fur'-. Our. New ("dialog'.
M. 0. BURR
Manufacturer of Wooden Special
ties. Anything in wood, except
such conunoir* articles as sash, doors,
etc., manufactured in quantities.
Call or write NicoUet Island, Minne
FOSTER ROBE AND TAN-
s. ,-...'r,.r -i:NiNGOO': Vv-.,
FINE BUFFALO ROBES.
1629 S. E. Fifth Street.
ARE THE GREATEST IN THE,
LINK BELT SUPPLY CO
Manufacturers Flour ai.d Saw Mill
Machinery. Complete Elevator Equip
ment, a Specialty.
Salesroom, 418-420 S Third st.
Factory, 200-204 Lyndale ave N.
GREEN & DELAITTRE CO.
_.: WHOLESALE GROCERS
18-20-22 Third Street N
KETTLE RIVER QUARRIES
Quarries at Sandstone, Minnesota.
Producers of Building Stone, Bridge Stone.
Paving Blocks, Curbing, Crushed
400-403 Oneida block.
practically declared the administration guilty ot,^,-!
stealing. The amount of damages asked is? I
CHASKA MIL I N NE W HANDS
John Frank Leases Property to Scott of*
Milbank and Others. i
CHASKA, MINN.A deal was completed this?
week whereby the Chaska flour mill, owned by*
John Frank, was leased to the Cbaska Mills'
company for two years, giving the new firm an*
to t.urchase at any time in that period.*
The principal factor in the new firm is W. H. ?.1
Scott, who on April 1 sold his interest in a large/
flouring mill at Milbank, S. D., and will take)
charge of the mill here the first of next month. I
He is a practical miller and has been in that*
business for twenty-eight years. He will make*
special efforts to induce farmers to trade at*,
bis plant. I
Mr. Frank and his family, who have made*.
Chaska their home for several years, have prac
tically decided to return to the German father
land to remain permanently.
FOR RAW FURS
To MCMILLAN FUR & WOOL co.
IVI I N N EAPOLIS, MINN.
Journal wanvt ads tell your story
directly to a large and appreeia
tive assembly for the sole purpose
of learning your needs and desires.
The use of Journal want ads
will be a most substantial aid to
you in pushing your busiaess. Only
JANNEY, SEMPLE, HILL &
Wholesale Hardware. f.
30, 32, 34, 36 Second avenue S. I
("oilier I'lrat Avenue S. '&
J. H. Kerrick.
ers, Wood and
126 Third Av. N.
P.n.ri-rs of Illi'.t's. Furs. Wool, Etc.
NORTHWESTERN HIDE & i
Ksl:it.]lshcil 1W) I.
200-202-204 First street N.
CITY SASH & DOOR 00.
Wholesale Dealers in
All Kinds of Sash, Doors,
Mouldings and Millwork.
4th St. and 3d Ay. So.
GEO. R. NEWELL & CO.(-
Cor. First Av. N. and Third St.
OYEN MANUFACTURING CO
Manufacturers of Fine Cabinet Work,
Bank, Office and Store Fixtures, Detail
Sash, Boors and Ornamental Staircases
209-211 So. Second Street.
GREAT WESTERNSTOV E
AN REPAIR (CO.-
Stoves' and llep iirs.
312 Hennepin Av., Minneapolis.
Manufacturers, Importers and Jobbers of
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
for Bakers, Confectioners, Caterers
215 First Avenue North.
WILLIAMS HARDWARE CO
100-2 4 Second Avenue N.
Wholesale Jron and Steel. Car-
riage and .Wagon stock, etc.
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