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For Quality and Flavor
Ceylon and India GREEN Tea is far superior to
any Japan Tea.
Sold only in Sealed Lead Packets. Trial Packet, 10 cents. By all Grocers
HIGHEST AWAR ST. LOUIS, 1904.
TO
Correspondingly low rates to points in
A,
AND
VIA THE
GreatHorthernRailway
"THE COMFORTABLE WAY"
EVERY DAY
Until April 7th Inclusive
Excellent Opportunities to Make a Home of Your Own
or to Engage in Any Line of Business.
Note Followi ng Rates
From MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL AND DULUTH
Havre, Great Falls, Butte, Anaconda, Helena,
Kalispell. Whitefish and intermediate points. .$20.00
Jennings, Mont.. Wenatchee, Wash., Fernie,
B. C, Kooteuai points, Spokane and interme
diate points $22.50
Seattle. Portland, Vancouver, Everett and Paget
Sound points $25.00
LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES.
THROUGH. TOURIST SLEEPERS.
Inquire further:
V. D. JONES, City Pass, and Ticket Agent,
Third St. and Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn..
S. S. Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orient April
29, 1906.
S. S. Dakota sails from Seattle for the Orient June
7, 1906.
TWO MURDER OASES ON DOCKET casp is that of CUouinard. the White Earth res
I ervntion hnlfbreed. chanjort with the murder
of Josei'h Luzon, the chief Qf the reservation
police.
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%CHAS.
Avers Cherry Pectoral certainly cures liard
coughs,Sard colds, bronchitis, consumption.
And it certainly strengthens weak throats
and weak lungs. There can be no mistake
about this. Your own doctor will say so.
Just ask him about ft. then do as he says.
XVc jw-e ao g.vjyts I Wo pahlish c. A?srCo.
LadyfeSKoe
tWESTERN SHOES FIT
WESTERN PEOPLE
Trie styles are set in tn East,
but any sb.ee dealer will tell you that Eastern skoemakers clo
not understand fitting' Western people. For 3 0 years we nave
made sb-oes exclusively for ^/estern use. The new Tourist, our
latest shoe, combines Eastern style-and-Western' comfort.
I feels rignt looks right wea rs right costs but $3.00.
Sold by the best dealers everywhere.
NORTH STAR SHOE CO. W^ineapolisf
In selecting a whiskeythree quali
fications should be considered
the age, the purity and the flavor.
Rye
Possesses^ these qualifications to a
greater degree than any other whiskey.
DENNEHY & COMPANY,
Chicago.
aB^MnBaBMOESS
good
Thursday Evening, THE: MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL
JEALOUSY CAUSED
ATTACK O WOOD
Criticism of General's Moro Cam
paign Arose from Envy of
Disgruntled Officers.
i By W. W. Jermane.
Washington, March 29.A good deal
of the talk that has been heard of late
about the fiendishness of American sol
diers in the battle of Mount Dajo is
undoubtedly due to the fact that Gen
eral Leonard Wood 4s in charge of the
troops in the Philippines. The name of
that officer, for some occult reason, ex
ercises a strange influence on certain
people and newspapers, who seem will
ing to go out of their way to accept
and advance any sort of charge against
him. It will be remembered that when
he was in command of the American
troops in Cuba he was aecused of se
rious misdemeanorsof being jealous of
his* superiors, of claiming credit for
acts not his own, and of accepting pres
ents from those with whom he had of
ficial relations. His eneriiies at that
time were very aggressive, but in the
end they failed to make their charges
stick. The confidence of the'president
and of the country was unshaken, and
in due. time Wood was' promoted and
sent to the Philippines.
Jealousy Caused Criticism.
:The favorite charge against General
Woodand it has had its birth in the
ranks of jealous officers, over whom he
has climbed to a lieutenant general
shipis that he is not a soldier at all,
but only a "pill doctor." His prefer
ment, it is alleged, has come about, en
tirelv because of the gross and unfair
favoritism of President Koosevelt. It
is quite the thing in certain quarters to
refer to Wood as "Dr." Wood, and to
follow with the suggestion that he is
more at home with the pillbox and lan
cet than in a general's uniform. Ob
viously, this being the case, as the pres
ent discussion progressed much was
heard to the effect that it was a surgeon
and not a soldier who ordered heroic
treatment for the Moros and decided
that extermination was the proper rem
edy. But the campaign of abuse against
Wood will fail, just as it has failed
heretofore. It must run its course,
however, and the country will have to
try to be patient under it.
\A\ deal.
Kuu
is being heard to the ef-
a
that they devot ed the ir lives ami tho se
of their "wives and children "to the de
fense of their homes and their free
dom. The public should be careful not
to be misled by such statements. This
particular band of Moros was made up
of desperate outlaws and fugitives
from justice, men and women entirely
without the pale of the law, who for
years had been terrorizing the com
munity which they infested. All efforts
for their subjugation by peaceful meth
ods had failed. The conflict between
them and the American troops was nec
essary in the interest of the peace and
quiet and the security of the law-abid
ing natives and of the integrity of
American authority.
Moros Like Jesse James Gang.
.It, would be just as truthful to say
that the members of the Jesse James
gang "preferred death to conquest,"
and that they devoted their lives and
the .'lives of thei7r children
"to the defense1
owives theiranhomes arid
their freedom." Or it would be just
as truthful to make similar assertions
I regarding the Molly Maguires. who once
infested Pennsylvania. These Moros
were professional marauders, knowing no
was laid waste and thousands of inno
cent natives terrorized. Obviouslv, it,
was not_a pleasant task to deal with
them. Neither -was it pleasant to con
duct campaigns against the redskins of
the Bad Lands and the Lava Beds. But
it was a necessary work.
President Eoosevelt has been advised
of the facts, and the country may take
it for granted that his cablegrams of
congratulations were not written and
sent until he had satisfied himself that
the Dajo incident was a necessary part
of the government's work for the Fili
pinos. BIG THREE PROXIES
ARE MADE USELESS
CURRY HAS HARD
TASK IN SAMAR
Pulijanes Number 2,500 and Are
Mountain Outlaws, Tho Wot
a Separate Itace.
Washington, March 2 9 Tho the
Philippine census fails to disclose the
number of "Pulijanes''-on the island
of Samar who are now being pursued
by the constabulary under the lead of
Governor Curry in retaliation for the
attack upon his party recently it is
estimated by officers in the war depart
ment who nave been stationed on the
island that there are not to exceed
2,500 of these people in the mountain
fastnesses. They are aot, as commonly
supposed, a race of themselves but as
explained by one of these army officers,
the Pulijanes are really only Visayans
who have gone wrongi They are peoplo
who wore once under the Spanish re
ligious influence, but have retrograded
into a state of barbarism have taken
to the mountains and .live in large part
by preying upon the toilers in the agri
cultural sections. Thus they are, like
the ladrones in Luzon, and the brigand
Moros. The Spanish government records
mention them as "Tulisanes," which
is said to be the vocal equivalent of
the native word Pulijanes,'' while
the church denominates them "remon-
tados,'' which means a people tliat have
once practiced Christianity and lived
by honest labor, but have "backslid."
In the opinion of army officers here,
it will be no easy task for Governor
Curry to subdue these "Pulijanes," be
cause they are like the American In
dians in the Bad Lands and are very
much assisted by their women, who
travel back and forth into the towns,
bringing out supplies of rice and other
necessities despite the watchfulness of
the American troops and native guards.
MIDDY MERIWETHER
IS TO QUIT ANNAPOLIS
Washington, March 29.Secretary
Bonaparte has decided to accept the
resignation of Midshipman Minor Mer
iwether from th naval academy.
wills
sentencee .o one year's confinee
instruct the superintendent to dis-
th
mis
feet that thc Moros died because they ment to the academy grounds against
''preferred death to conquest," and I Meriwether because ot e- th deat of
Midshipman Branch as the result of a
fight with Meriwether.
This action was taken on the recom
mendations of Admiral Sands, superin
tendent of the naval academy, and Ad
miral Converse, chief of. the bureau of
navigation. They were informed that
Meriwether probably would not pass
in his studies, and advised the secre
tary to accept the resignation. The
report of physicians did not show suffi
cient physical disability to justify ac
ceptance on that score.'--
It is known that life at the academy
has become unbearable to Meriwether,
and his poor record in his studies is
said to be a desire on his part.to leave
Annapolis. TAFT SEEKS TO BAR
GUPID
Albany. N Y., March 29.The senate -,~v.----
passed the first of the reform insurance "igalygeneral contagious. Admiral- Rixey, surd
bills reported by the Armstrong com-
companies and nullifying all proxies ob-,
tained prior to Sept. 15. The two large
companies most directly affected by the
bill are the Mutual Life and the'Newi
York Life.
The bill as originally framed fixed!
the date for the solicitation of proxies
as July 1, but when the Armstrong com
mittee was informed that the mutual
Companies were engaged in collecting
proxies thru.their agency organizations
with a view of perpetuating the tenure
of the present directors and trustees,
it changed the date in order to give the'
policyholders an opportunity, to organ
ize for the acquirement of proxies and
securing the election of such directors
and trustees as they may favor.
WIFE DEAD, NOBSE
N TRAGIC MYSTERY
Los Angeles, Cal., March 29.Detec-
tives have been detailed to investigate
the cause of the death of Mrs. J. J.
Flynn of Belleville, Ont., who came to
Los Angeles recently with her husband,
said to be a HedCross nurse, who disap
peared shortly after her death. Inci
dentally the detectives are searching
for'-' Flynn. In an indirect way his
Washington Mareji .2^,Secreta'r.y
Taft before the, -senate. p^itary aiffairs
committee, has Btrongiy^advQcated a
clause in the army appropriation bill
prohibiting the marriage of officers be
low the rank of captain, and referred
to the numerous defalcations and finan
cial difficulties of young officers lead
ing to trial by court martial and dis
grace.
Would not the application of your
plan tend to race suicide asked Sena
tor Blackburn
Secretary Taf admitted that it
might and added that it was with great
reluctance th.at. ne -was forced to adv o
cate the clause in question. said he
could not sanction Senator Scott's plan
of increased pay for officers of the low
er grades.
SCOURGE WORSE THAN
LEPROSY ON GUAM
Washington, March 29.Gangroea, a
tropical disease more repulsive than lep
rosy, has become so prevalent upon the
island of Guam that Lieutenant McNa
mee, IT. S. N., the acting governor of
the island^ has recommended the estab
lishment of a hospital for the isolation
of the disease,' -which is believed to be
eo
nlittee. Forty-seven of the fifty sena- the recommendation and it is likely a
tors voted for. it. Three were absent. $5,000 hospital fo cases of the ne dis-
The bill is designed to give the policy- easee wile be erected immediately near
holders in the four domestic mutual
name has been linked with that of an. i it. i
unidentified man dying at the county V&J^t^lX^^t^I&l
hospit al of a self-inflicted pistol wound
which he received at Eastlake park. The
would-be suicide destroy ed everything
on Msjerso that might aid identifica
tion. In a general way his description
tallies with that of" Flynn.
FIEE AT OOPPEK PLANT
Penn Company's Works in Wyoming
Nearly Burned Out.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT, WYO.The great
smelting, concentrating and electric and steam
power plant of the Penn (Wyo.) Copper com
pany was almost burned out today, entailing a
loss estimated at $300,000 to $500,000, partially
Icoveremade
by Insurance.
The smelter building was saved after a hard
flght Are The origin
c-f:ithex
flr ibyathe mystery.department.
The plant had been closed down for the wih
ter on account of the deep snow,' and lmprove
ments were under way. Preparations were on
loot to resume work next month._
of the navy, has approve
hospitar on the 'island.w A
^P
insurance companies a chance to elect 400 cases have already developed, Lieu-
directors and trustees by terminating tenant McNamee says its isolation is
on Nov. 15 the tenure of office of the imperative.
present directors and trustees of those
1
Do You Want to Know
What You Swallow
There is a growing sentiment in this
country in favor ol MEDICINES OF KNOWN
COMPOSITION. I is but natural that one
should have some interest in the compo
sition of that which he or she is expected
to swallow, whether it be food, drink or
medicine.-
Recognizing this growing disposition
on the part of the public, and satisfied
that the fullest publicity can onlv add to
the well-earned reputation of his medi
cines, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y..
has "taken time by the forelock," as it
were, and is publishing broadcast a list
of all the ingredients entering into hi
leading medicines, the "Golden Medical
Discovery the popular liver inyigorator,
stomach tonic, blood purifier ana heart
regulator also of his "Favorite Prescrip
tion" for weak, over-worked, broken
down, nervous and invalid women.
This .bold and out-spoken movement on
the part of Dr. pierce, has, by snowing
exactly what his well-kn6wn medicines
are composed of, completely disarmed all
harping critics who have heretofore un
justly attacked them. A little pamphlet
has been compiled, from the standard
medical authorities of all the several
schools of practice, showi ng the strongest
endorsements by leading writers
of theseveral ingredientsmedicalenterinto which
Ir Pierce's medicines. A copy of this
little boo,k is mailed free toanyone de
able, native medicinal plants which ente^
into the composition of Dr Pierce's med
icine9. Address Dr. Pierce as above.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are tiny, sug
ar-coated antl-billous granules. They ree
ulate and invieorate Stomach. Liver and
Bowels. Do not beget the pill habit but
cure constipation. One or two each da for
a laxative and regulator, three or four for an
active cathartic. Once tried always in favor.
CRfl flflffl QIVBN AWAY, in copies of
P****p*ljaj The peoples Common Sense
Medical Adviser, a book that sold to the ex
tent of 500.000 copies a few
years ago, at $1.50 per copy.
Last year we gave away
$30,000 worth of these invalua
ble books. This year we shall
Sve-away $60,000 worth of
em. Witt yon share in this
benefit? If so. send only SI
one-cent stamps to cover cost
of: mailing only for book in
stiff paper covers, or 31 stamps
for cloth-bound. Address Dr.
B. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
Defective Page
I
Special
Glove Bargains.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 1.
A LARGE LOT of ladies' kid
gloves, in white, black and all
colors, overseam stitch, newest
style, embroidered backs, elegant
fittingsold elsewhere at $1.00.
Our price Friday, (\Q(*
per pair
Dimities, Batistes.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 2.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
pieces new Dimities and Batistes,
pretty Dresden patterns, for
dresses, shirt waists and kimo
nos, fine sheer quality. Special
price for Friday, ei
per yard
Women's Hosiery.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 3.
SPECIAL ADVANCE Easter Sale
ladies' fine 25c quality Black
Lisle Lace Hose, very handsome
designs. Table price 1 0^
Friday, pair
March 29, 1906.
ov
Two pairs for 35c.
LADIES' FINE 25c QUALITY, fast
black seamless cotton Hose,
double sole, heel and toe. Table
price for Friday, 1 Q/,
pair
AO
Two pairs for-35c.
Very Fine
25c Iridic L-inon 16c
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 4.
OUR REGULAR 25c QUALITY of
very fine 32-Inch imported India
Llnon, special, 1 ftp
per yard
Black Sateen
Petticoats.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 5.
EXTRA 'FINE QUALITY, black
mercerized Sateen, very full,
pleated flounce with narrow ruf
fleextra dust duffle. The great
est bargain ever offered Q$C
AMERICA IS TO HAVE
i BIGGEST BATTLESHIP
Washington, March 29.Representa-j
tives of the committee on naval affairs
of the house said today that it was!
very probable that the new $10,000,000
battleship which will be authorized byj
congress will be built-in one ot the
^TL^baVl^i^irtTbfthe big-1
gest thing of its kind that the world
Easter Millinery
Opening
Friday Bargains, Introduction Tables.
Special Tea Table.
FRONT CORNER ENTRANCE.
FOft THIS SALE our fine Old Japan Tea, sun dry, retailed to you at less than the dealer
pays his jobbers for an inferior article. We sell enough to control an entire output,
'placing orders for two-hundred-case shipments. Our mail order trade f}*\{*
on this special Tea is a jobbing business in itself. Special price, pound &%J\~>
IN CHEST LOTS of 100 pounds, to the trade, per pound:.. 20c
Jewelry Specials.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 6.
NOVELTY HA PINS, regular 25c
Initials, Pearls, all color jewels
and Signet Hat Pins, 1 fi/
special
VIOLETS, In three-piece Waist
Sets, Brooches and Hat Pins,
just received, 1 f\f
special xvrv.
Fancy Silks.
.NTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 7.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of
Fancy Silks, placed on this table
for easy selection. These Silks
are worth up to 59c yard. 2Qc
Friday special, per yard...
fc'*-r
Plain and Stamped
Linens.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 7.
SQUARES AND SCARFS, 18-inch,
20-inch and 24-Inch Stamped and
Plain Squares and 18x27 "j Qkn
Scarfs, special
CENTERPIECES18-Inch stamped
Mount Mellick Centerpieces, and
21-inch tinted Center- Q^
pieces, choice
Women's Waists
$1.49.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 9.
WHITE PERSIAN LAWN Shirt
Waists, trimmed with German
Valenciennes lace and tucking,
full sleeves with cuffs, or short
sleeves. A bargain 1 H.Q
Friday, each...... PX.**7
Writing Tablets.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 10.
FIVE THOUSAND TABLET S, all
sizes, regular 10c kind,
Friday at
us~
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND En
velopes, heavy cream, all Qr
sizes. Special, per pack.
Two packs for 5
Corset Specials.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 11.
BROKEN LINES of sizes in C. B.,
French Flexlbohe. w.- B., R. &.
G., Royal Worcester and Ameri
can Lady, to be closed out at
great sacrifice. The values are
$1.50 up to $3.00. For this spe
cial sale we offer f|fl
them at choice P-"-.vrvr
that if the secretary of the navy de
cides to go to 20,000 tons or beyond,
the extra $2,000,000 now provided will
easily'- accomplish, it. I is estimated
that the armor and armament for _the
ship will cost somewhere in the neigh
borhood of $3,500,000. in addition to the
hull and machinery, and that other fit
tings will bring the total for the new
Constitution up to approximately $10,
000,000.
It is the determination of the com
snape
has ever seen and will, it is promised, TTrt0rtwi-iks the Oculist. Madden Eva
make the British Dreadnaught look ob- W
solete. by comparison. The naval com-j Medicin cures eyes, toon smart.) 2oC.
mittee favors calling the new vessel
the Constitution, tho the name Repub
lic has also been suggested.
The committee does not seek to limit
the secretary of the navy in determin
ing the new Constitution's displace
ment. But one limitation is to be
placed upon him, and that is that herj
hull and machinery shall not cost more Washington, March 29.President
than $6,000,000. The provision for the Eoosevelt has decided to reappoint W.
Michigan and South Carolina, author-! C. Bristol as United States district at-
ized last year, was $4,000,000 each, and Bristo for Oregon. The case of Mr-
there is no doubt in the minds of the
members of the naval affairs committee
Our magnificent collection of copies of the world's hest spring
models, which is perfect in its completeness, awaits tomorrow's
visitors. Our reputation for furnishing high-class fashionable and
pleasing millinery at the lowest prices in Minneapolis is becoming
more thoroughly established and more widely known.
This Opening Continues Friday and Saturday.
We ask you to consider this a personal invitation
W Lave a. keautif**kl and useful souvenir
absolutely free for every lady attending
_.V this opening. HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Foliage, Roses,
Foliage, I S leaves
in bunch, the sea
son's latest show
ing,
bconstitution it
in^ood
at
Embroideries.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 12.
A LARGE LOT of Embroideries,
Edgings and Insertions, in Cam
brics, Nainsook and Swiss, small
dainty patterns, also large and
showybeautiful Embroideries
for summer dress and underwear
trimmingswidths from 1 to 8
Inches, values up to 25c. Fri
day, special, A/*
per yard
i
0 putting the
S??PS, eves (Don't^mart^ 25c
BRISTOL AS OREGON'S
DISTRICT ATTORNEY presents some unusually inter
esting phases. He was appointed orig-
Braids, bla ck mo
hair braids, roll
and fancy edge,
12 yards to the
piece,
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 18.
BUSY BASEMENT.
DOUBLE COATED blue and white
Maslin Kettles, regular value
75c. Special for Frl 2Q/
day, choice ^7*'
inally to this position. While the nom
ination was pending charges bearing on
Mx. Bristol's professional integrity
were brought to the attention of the
president, who withdrew the nomina
tion, On later developments consider
ation of the charges ^as resumed by the
department of justice, and then was
taken up by the president. A day or
two ago the president had a conference
on the subject with Secretaries Root,
Taft, Bonaparte and Metcalf, Solicitor
General Hoyt and Francis J. Heney, the
government's special counsel in the land
fraud case. A decision was, reached
that the charges made against Mr. Bris
tol were not well founded.
A Habit to Be Encouraged.
The mother who has acquired the
habit of keeping on hand a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy saves her
self a great amount of uneasiness and
anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup, to
which children are susceptible, are quick
ly cured by its use. I counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result in pneu
monia, and if given as soon as the first
symptoms of croup appear, it will pre
vent the attack. This remedy contains
nothing injurious and mothers give it
to little ones with a feeling of perfect
security.
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vv
New Mounted
Combs.
BOOTH MA IN ENTRANCE.
SPECIAL VALVES In Mounted
Combs, Just opened, at 50c and
$1.00.
NEW THREE-PIE CE Comb Sets,
50c.
Men's Suspenders
LOWER SIX TH ST. ENTRANCE.
.ONE HUNDRED DOZEN Men's
Fancy Lisle and Heavy Web Sus
pendersthe "President" style
and many others^a large assort
ment to select from, light and
dark colors. "I
Special....
4
M-*JKQ/
A Picture Bargain.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 16.
BUSY BASEMENT.
EXTRA OFFERING In Framed
Pictures. Choice assortment of
subjectsfigures, landscapes and
fruits, framed In good dark and
gilt, square and round frames,
fitted with good glass. Special
for this sale, O^n
choice tfJC
Table Tumblers.
INTRODUCTION TABLE NO. 17.
BUSY BASEMENT.
TUMBLERS, the regulation table
size, clear crystal, usual price
39c dozen. OYie day O
special, each
Blue and White
Maslin Kettles
3
ti
Wash
Goods
Black French
Lawn,mill ends
extra fine
quality, ^g%
yard.... t#
Black mohair braid, Black and colors in
ready to --wear tur- turban and lar ge hats
bans with tucked of tucked chiffon,
chiffon worth $1.50,
at -v
THE LADIES' SPEIAL TRIMMED HATS AT $4.98. Ji%
We will show at this opening the largest display ever made of The
Leader's popular-priced trimmed hats. Hundreds of the latest styles
in every correct shape and color and trimming.
Every hat contains as much intrinsic value in material and workman-
ship and is as beautiful as hats sold considerably higher in other shops.
hand-made wire
frame, worth $1.98, -1
63c 98c

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