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i ^S' city News TOWH TALK EVENTS OF TONIGHT Metropolitan TheaterE. S. Wil* lard in "The Middleman".'' Bijou Theater' 'David Harum.'* Orpheum TheaterModern Vau deville. Lyceum Theater" The Wife." Unique TheaterVaudeville. Dewey Theater" The Colonial Belles." AuditoriumJim Key. i-i i. _.i,. ,nnTfv Tfinth old haymarket PJP le.nt ncct to be discussed is "Flesh Eating, Its Advantages and Disadvantages." The following divorces were^ granted in the Hennepin county district court yesterdav: Almeda R. Voss from Os car C. Voss, S. Walker from Edward J. Walker, Robert Cummiugs from Sena Cummings, W. E. Norton from Edith Norton, G. E. Hollinger from W. J. Hollinger. A petition has been filed in the pro bate eourt of Ramsey county for the appointment of John A. Berkey as ad ministrator of the estate of his wife, Minnesota De Graff Berkey. The es tate is valued at $100,000, of which $50,000 is real estate and $50,000 per sonal property. Fifty unclaimed bicycles that have been .picked up by the police during the last year will be sold at auction Saturday morning, April 28, at the Third avenue Entrance to the city hall. Several of the wheels are in good con dition, while others are not so good, and will sell for a low price. Donald Curry's bicycle brake failed to work yesterday and as a result he was precipitated thru the expanse of plate glass that formerly shielded the window display at Larabee's drugstore, 2200 Hennepin avenue. The wheel and the window emerged from the conflict completely disabled, but the 13-year- old lad escaped without a scratch'. The old post exchange council at "Fort Snelling has been ordered dis solved and a new one is to be organized. This is because four troops of eavalry have requested admission to the ex change. Heretofore -.the profits have "been about $40 a month to each com pany interested. The addition of tho cavalrv to the exchange will probably considerable' increase the profits. Alexander L. Rhyud and Anna Eve lvnd will receive 78 cents in cash if thev call and ask for it at the office of ihe clerk of the Hennepin county district court. The amount is their one-seventh share of the proceeds from the sale of a lot at Keegan's lake awarded them by a probate court de cree of several years standing. The whereabouts of the claimants is not known to the court. For Steam Coal See Holmes & Hallowell Co., 412 First avenue S. LOANS BY STATE School District and Village' Bonds Taken for School Fund. Loans from the state school fund were approved yesterday by the board of. investment, amounting to $91,500. Several applications for large loans wore turned down for various reasons. The loans granted were as follows*: District No. ST. Swift. $300, 91. Todd, $300 120 Cottonwood, $800, 93. Houston. $800: 136 right $1,200:-41. Lvon. $1,000: 22 Faribault' $10,000 47. Kandiyohi. $12,500. 89. Martin' $11,000 31, Wilkin. $5,n00 30. Wilkin. $5,000: 22. St. Louis $40,000 (for ne*- school at Vh jiinia) village of Lowry, Pope county, $2,500 and the town of_Sprlngbrook, Kittson, $1,500. Don't forget Bon Ami Woman's Lunch club, 723 Nicollet, opens Mon day. Ne 8 Zak & See oui $20 special suits, Bogie, 22 Sixth street S. Investigate the Andrews Locomotive Steel Boiler before you buy. Picture-framing well done at the Beard Art Galleries at Dayton's. Going to Europe f" A. E. Johnson Co., 100 Wash, av S, for itineraries, etc. Stoves stored for summer. U. S. Stove Repair Co., 13 Third street S. Easter cards, postals and souvenirs. Board-Dayton, Stationers at Dayton's. A. B. Crowell, druggist, two stores, Tenth and Hennepin and Nicollet and Rinth. You pan exchange your dollars and cents with H. G. Meal for awnings and tents. 245 Hennepin avenue. ^Morgan post G. A. E. voted last night to hold its annual excursion June 27, by steamer and barge to Bed Wing and return. Savings deposits made in the Hen nepin Countv Savings Bank April 2d, 8d, 4th, 5th. 6th and 7th draw interest from the 1st. An attractive picture, "The First Housecleaning,'' an artist's proof, on iieavy book paper, free to every pur chaser at Browning, Kiug & Co.'s. The Satitrdap Evening^ THE NEW MAIN, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Facing University avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues SEV the new main building of the University of Minnesota, now in course of con struction, is to be the chief attraction of the campus and one of the finest and most completely equipped college build ings in the west. Erected in shape and extending for 330 feet along the University avenue side of the campus drill ground, the building will contain 306 different" rooms and will house twenty-five university departments. Plans for the new Main were drawn Cl the state architect, Clarence H. Jolm8 an avenue N, near Fiith street, is open io rv receive onlvt good dirt and ashes, noth insr else. There is a man in charge. Weather need not worry you your friends, customers, the whole country, can be reached from vour office or home if you have a Northwestern telephone. At Westminster church Sunday eve ning there will be a notable address bv Kev. H. G. McClelland, D.D.. of Pitts burg, Pa., on "Th National Crisis in the Negro Problem." Dr. Montgomery speaks at Fowler church, Sunday morning, on "The Supremacy of a Great Purpose" and in the evening on '"The Man Who Con tradicted Himself." W&ntedRoommate, by young busi ness man. Two-Toom apartment in one of I he best apartment houses. One-half total cost amounts to $17. Give refer ences. Address 9727, Journal. The Lumberjack Evangelist, F. E. Higgins, has returned to the city and will speak Saturday and Sunday eve ning at the Christian Workers' Mission hall, 29 Washington avenue S. The Casino at Excelsior will be opened informally tomorrow to accom modate the pleasure seekers who are becoming very numerous Sundays since the trolley line has been installed. Attention! Boys and girls, too. You can get a new style iron top (two pieces) free next Monday and Tues day with every loaf of Regan *s But ternut bread. Go to the grocers early and get one with every loaf you buy. The Minneapolis Principals' associa tion held its last meeting of the year last evening in the mayor's reception room at the city hall. Miss Jean Gowdy read a paper on "The Training of the Will" and a discussion followed. The Union Veterans and Sons' league will hold its regular meeting to night in Alexander's hall, 36 Sixth street S. Several matters of special interest -will be up for discussion by able speakers and a large attendance is desired and anticipated. The spiing term of the Y. M. C. A. Jiight school will open tonight in the Y. M. C. A. hall with a lecture on "Many-Sided People," by Dr. James S. Montgomery. Vocal and instrumental solos will be given by M. L. Mclntyre and Mrs. Ralph C. Norton. The regular monthly open meeting of the Minneapolis Health league will be held on Tuesday evening, April 10, at McElroy halls,' Nicollet avenue and Eighth street, at 8 o'clock. The sub- ful l.v equi pped NEW BUCKETSHOP TANGLE ON 'CHANGE th build MILWAUKEE-SUPERIOR COMBINE WOULD TROUBLE MINNEAPOLIS. Chicago Men Go Over to Beer City and the Move May Mean a Milwaukee Alliance with a Board Which Recog nizes Firms Under the Ban of the Minneapolis Chamber. r$\* i New complications likely to draw in Minneapolis have arisen the war be-| tween the Chicago Board of irade and( j^Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce. Two ,T 'member of the Chicago board, who were alsosold members ofr the Milwaukee I chamber out thei certificates in the larger-M market yesterday and an nounced that they would tie up to Mil waukee hereafter. This was a surpris- ~,t n^fi, na in spectator, now gets close to the point of active interest in the fight, because of the hint that if Chicago does not board of trade has no very strong recog nition among sthe ease of the, Minneapolis chamber quotations inftisW The court held S^ iisguise. the evidence insufficient. Superior's Standing.' nrInIl?Hl and put that market into the unrecog nized class, a proposition^ that would meet opposition from Minneapolis mem bers doing business in Milwaukee. Superior's Claims. Superior claims that Chicago, Duluth and Minneapolis are all fighting the Wisconsin grain inspectors, and this may bring the Superior board to the support of Milwaukee. Buffalo is act ing in^ part with the Superior grain men, rather than exclusively with the Duluth body, and the North Dakota farmers are represented on the Wis consin grain inspection commission, which is composed of one North Dakota, one Buffalo and one Wisconsin man. New Style Tops Free with every loaf of Regan's Butternut bread sold. Early next week we will give a new style iron top (two pieces) free. Ask your grocer for Regan's But ternut bread and get a top with every loaf. WILL GRADE CREAM Managers of Collecting Plant Agree to Buy on State Grades. Managers of central creamery plants haye decided to accept the svstem of grades for cream, as made up by E. K. Slater, state dairv and food commis siorfer. At a meeting yesterday after noon in St. Paul the terms of Mr. Slater's circular were agreed to, and as buyers of hand separator cream all agreed to buy under the new grades. The "best, safest, most pleasant and prompt pill ie Early Risers. No grip ing. All druggista. 25 cents. ^Hsf^,xU^^\J^H^m ing will represent a cost of $410,000. Of this sum $850,000 has been appro priated by the state legislature, the re mainder being the fire insurance fund from the historic old Main. The new building will be three stories in height above the basement and it will contain recitation rooms, studies, seminar rooms, a literary so ciety hall, cloak rooms and in the "base ment museums for the different uni versity departments. Every recitation room will be equipped with an adjoin ing study and special attention will be paid to the lighting and ventilation of the rooms. Altho the main building will be the BIG REQUISITION CONTEST HEARD CROOKSTON MEN FIGHT '"3" __ Determined efforts are being made by 0harle A Purvi etur &r ShK WPr back down the^Milwaukee chamber will vvan'ted teo get the men back in ally itself with, Superior. The Superior SefeJSaSX el^rlroTDuTuTh such an object in view or Minneapolis. While not itself classed as a bucket shop some of the smalled speculative grain offices post ing its quotations have been so consid ered by the larger exchanges, Minne- pending,indictethe th stat i them i *gg I Main BufloWat the "U" WillfBe an Imposing Structure Hitchcock and Robert H. Q^ 0rooksto defrauf and prosecution clei serv larger exchanges. The that fhis could not be done under the law owa again Edwards, Wood Co., decided under requisition the must given in the Ramsey county district court opportunity to leave the state again be- last week, in which the chamber fore being served with legal Sion^Lat^fhf SupSr btrd^f J*R ft" turned to the attack, trade quotations posted by Edwards- "i^^fJ^S^^W? I Wood were really Minneapolis chamber llec os ?the, 6 m^ a i^,.i i. J^ i -i iect sought for is not to collect a debt, Ji & 0 ttuLill ifL^ of good legal anolis and Chicago. In fact? no definite pending against th defendants, charg- statement of the attitude of the Minne-' TBB^I?ft*EAP5Pf RE- TURN TO IOWA, Attorneys Tell Governor Johnson that Indictments Are Actuated by At tempts to Collect a DebtCounty At torney Upholds Sufficiency of IoWa Papers. vent their Manchester, Iowar,e where they imJicte a charge of conspiracy i a i an peare They ap-y before Governodeal. c(nge ing move. That Chicago men might i hearing with his counsel, Judge E. M. pull out of Milwaukee and leave that. (jarr of Manchester, one of the leading smaller market to die was quite to be i ow a supposed, but that little Milwaukee sufficiency of the papers. Starr Don- would show fight and that the thing might work the other way, as well, was not thought of. The directors of the Milwaukee chamber are in session to day to settle the all-important question iB favor of having the requisition hon- of submission to Chicago's obnoxious ored. Attorney General Young attend- rnles, or of severance of connections er the heading as advise* to the gov- and a try at it as an entirely indepeud- ernor, and after an hour's argument this ent market. morning the matter was continued. Minneapolis, to this time a quiet! Johnson toda t( issued bm Governor Cummins. J. G. Scham, of Manchester, Iowa fi tfl _, who is indicted with them, attended the requisition, democrats, who argued against the nelly of St. Paul appeared for Hitch cock and Purvis, while A. M. Cloud of Manchester, county attorney of Dela ware county, made a legal argument lu lge Carr declared that the requisi wa co only for the purpose" of iine ctinsgsought a debt Civi actions he papers on Countoyr Attorney Cloud retorted wheny men aree brought a ^process. ,r eb "S?*2^ [*& ed" by interstate conference on re quisitions to show that a governor must be satisfied beyond a doubt the ob- 7" Ye the prosecuting witness,that Ale Born a ii to stat in his affidavit that he has Mr. Cloud contended that under the law it was only necessary to make a prima facie showing as to the commis sion of a crime and of the indictment. He said there were four indictments fraudulente inK othe apolis chamber towards the Superior Hitchcock and Purvis, who are well- board of trade has ever appeared. The known citizens of Crookston, acted as Minneapolis chamber has not found the agents for Colonel E. A. Wilkinson of Superior board impor'fcant enough to Crookston in selling some of his land, warrant much attention. But if Mil- and are accused of selling land which waukee and Superior should hook up as they had no authority to convey. They proposed, and Minneapolis continue say that the transaction occurred in No- doing the present important volume of vember and they were in Manchester business with Milwaukee, some more to make other deals with Born in De- definite recognition of the Superior, cember and January, so they cannot be board would be necessitated. If the said to have run away. They attribute Minneapolis chamher recognizes Super- Ihe whole trouble to local troubles and ior as a trading body, and gives the spite work. Minneapolis quotations to Milwaukee,' and Milwaukee in turn gives them to' For Steam Coal Superior, then a small firm having only See Holmes & Hallowell Co., 412 First a Superior board of trade membership avenue S. and posting the Minneapolis quotations obtained thru its Superior wire con-' nections, could hardly be considered a bucket shop, nor is it easy to see how the Minneapolis chamber could stop it from using the Minneapolis figures, un less it refused the figures to Milwaukee transactions SPECIAL CHURCH EVENTS TOMORROW Y. M. C. A.Sunday afternoon, address to boys by Rev. W. B. Ri ley, on* "The Best Battle fqfc, Boys AUDITORIUM Evening, ad dress by G. L, Morrill on "Protec tion for the Working Girl." HENNEPIN M. E.Morning, sermon by Dr. F. L. Thompson on "The Pattern for a New Church." TRINITY BAPTISTEvening, address by Dr. L. A. Crandall on "The Passing of John Alexander Dowie." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning, address by Rev. H. T. Mc Clelland of Pittsburg on "The Ne gro evening, address by H. B. Chamberlain of the .juvenile court on "The Boy, the Girl, the Judge." CENTRAIi BAPTISTServices conducted by Rev. W. H. G-eist weitz of Chicago. CALVARY A I S TAd dresses morning and evening by Rev., W. E. Woodruff of North Car olina, newly appointetd state evan gelist for .Minnesota.' SPIRITUALISTSMass meeting 10 a.m., at hall of Band of Peace, 410 Central avenue. BETHLEHEMRev. Stanley B. Roberts will occupy the pulpit morning and evening, after two weeks' evangelistic work in B luth. $20,000 for a Cafe Carl This looks like a big price, but you should see the car. It runs on the day trains to Omaha over the Minneapolis & St. Louis B. R., making the trip in .-just eleven hours. Seat fare onlv 75 cents. For full jinfonmation. call at 424 Nicollet Ave. "t^ tv principal building of the campus, the administration offices of the university will be retained in the library build ing and the new building will simply assume the place of the old Main in tho campus arrangement. Among the de partments which will be conducted in the *new building will be the depart ments of German, French, Scandina vian, English, mathematics, Latin, Greek and pedagogy. The fqundation tor the new building was laid last fall and active work on the structure has been begun this spring. It is expected that the building will be completed and ready for occu pancy by July, 1907. PLYMOUTH BREAKS MISSION RECORD SUBSCRIBES $3,000 I N ABOUT TEN MINUTES. Rally Under Auspices of American Board Places Organization at Head of Congregational Churches *4h Amount of DonationDr. Smith De livers Address Sparkling with Tell ing Points. A most remarkable missionary meet ing was held at Plymouth church last night. About two hundred men aat down to a supper'served by the women of Plymouth and immediately at its conclusion the corporate members of the American board began to talk busi ness to the brethren present. Dr. L. H. Hallock temporarily took charge of the meeting and asked for an extra gift for the centennial year for the American boarcL Cards were distributed and iu ten minutes had been returned filled out. The total sum was $2,949. "Shan't we make this $?,000f'5 asked Dr. Hallock. "We will," came a chorus from the hall. The hat was passed and it came back filled with enough^ silver to round out the gift, the most~ substantial that has been offered to the board in any of thw rallies which have* been held. j Great Orientalist Speaks. Mayor Jones presided at last night's meeting and introduced as the leading speaker, Rev. Arthur H. Smith, a Chi nese missionary, who has been thirty four years in the orient and who is credited by a high authority with hav ing made a more profound study of the Chinese character than any other living man. Dr. Smith's speech abounded in wit' and telling points. America, he said, had lost the favor of China because of her graceless treatment of Chinese who come over here. He urged the passage of the Foster immigration bill and the better treatment of Chinese students as measures of economy f6r this country because, he said, you want to sell the Chinese goods. Some Telling Points. Dr. Smith's remarks sparkled with hits like this: "When I went out to China I did not know anything about missionary work. Nobody knew any thing/ about it. The seminaries didn't prepare men as they do now. But we have learned some things. We have learned ameng other things, caution about getting into Chinese law suits. It is impossible to keep out of them all. Mut is is well to keep out of some be cause you cannot get at the bottom factt. There are two reasons for this: First, there are no facts second, as the pilot said, there is no bottom." Explaining that the Chinese had been thru socialism hundreds of years ago he commented, Socialism is, 1 am told, a plan to give everything to everybody. I am in favor of the result, but don't comprehend the process." Speaking of the luxury of the country since he was last home, eleven years ago, Dr. Smith alluded to automobiles. "Their owners," he said, "divide the inhabitants of the world into two classes according as they do or do not get out of the way of the machine, and the names of these two classes are the quick and the dead." For washed nut and egg coal see Holmes & Hallowell Co., 412 First avenue S. RUN INTO STBEET^CAR Frightened Horses Create Panic, but Do Little Damage. A runaway team hitched to a bakery wagon owned by Peterson Brothers, 2120 Lyndale avenue S, ran into a streetcar at Hennepin avenue and Fourth street yesterday afternoon, breaking the fender aiJd several win dows of the car. The horses had be come frightened at Western avenue and Twelfth street and had run down West ern to Hennepin and thence to Fourth street. There they attempted to pass between a large traffic wagon and the car. Patrolman James Flood stopped the horses and turned them over to the drjver, who came later. The animals were not seriously injured. TALK GOOD ROADS George W. Cooler, engineer of tile state highway commigeion, will begin a week from today to hold a series of good roads meetings. The meeting April 14 will be at Crookston April 17, at Milaca April 19, at Cambridge, and April 21, at Carlton. Later meetings will be at Plainview and at Montevideo, and in May one will'be held in Duluth. Ohamberlain'sCougn Bemedy a Favorite "We prefer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to any other for our children," says Mr. L. J. Woodbury of Twining, Mich. "It has also done the work for us in hard colds and croup, and we take pleasure in recommending it.'j^^ if j4'm# TROUBLE AWAITS VISITING CROOKS POLICE WILL TAKE NO CHANCES ENCAMPMENT WEEK. Extraordinary Precautions and an Aug mented Force Are Expected to Keep Depredations of Thieves, Pickpockets and "Con" Men Down to the Min- imam. Crooks, blacklegs, thugs, dips, con artists and strongarm operators who plan to visit Minneapolis this summer when the city is full of visitors, all laden with more or less "dough," will find their path spread with anything but roses. This will be especially true during Grand Army encampment week. As a rule large gatherings of this sort, like circuses, are religiously followed by crooks of every variety who find "easy doings." There is no way of keeping them out, but they will be stopped after they getv in ang given their choice of wide, wide outside world or going to "the cooler." When the visiting crowds are greatest the local police department will be in creased to cope with the visiting crooks. A special appropriation has been secured for the purpose and will, be made to do the greatest possible good. Many of the oldest and best uniformed officer* of the force will be put in plain clothes and a large num ber of new uniformed men will be added. Will Study the "Mugs." The plain clothes men will *be put thru a coarse of special training on the rogues gallery and as nearly every crook in the country has been "mugged" at some time his face will be familiar to the officers. Officers detailed from the regular po lice departments of other large cities all over the United States will also be on hand and on the watchout for crooks of their acquaintance. Many men who have been wanted for crimes committed in other places will run great danger of being pieked up by these outside offi cers if they drift in here under cover of the crowds. No Chances Taken. When a well-known crook is spotted here it will be at once taken for granted that he is here in ."business." There will be no waiting until he does, something. He will be nabbed at once and if he cannot give a good account of himself it will be 'l MMWMW Capital. $ 2,000,000 Surplus. 1,600,000 Deposits... 12,500,000 We Have Made Over $5,000,000 For Investors and Home-Seekers In the Koochiching District on town properties and lands In Fort Francis, International Falls and the famous Rainy River Valley. Now is the time to buy. Now is the time to build. We can meet any desire or suit any sized purse. Call or Write 120 Temple Court. ENGER-NORD REALTY CO. Minneapolis. Minn. BaaaalaaBHMHi Place your savings in a strong established SAVINGS BANK. Such is the SWEDISH AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK, organized under Minnesota state law. 3 per cent INTEREST paid quarterly on de posits. DO NOT FORGET that deposits made on or before April 4 draw interest from April 1st. TRUSTEES. C. M. Amsden, C. S. Hulbert, C. J. Johnson, J. A. Latta, John Lind, B. I* Mattson, F. Nelson, Chas. S. Pillsbury, C. A. Smith, N. O. Werner. C. C. Wyman, A. ueland. 62-54 Fourth Street S. For Rent... \DESIRABLE NEW OFFICE SPACE IN THE HSpHP^mpE If CHI will be takin to the the cooler or quit i the town," and most of them will choose the latter. If they still linger it will be the Black Maria and the works. The plans for protecting the crowds have been undertaken with great skill and care. People who insist on walk ing around with money sticking out of their outside pockets will get what they need, but those who use any sort of care will experience no trouble. In the matter of police protection the Minne apolis encampment will be a leader for all others to follow. Railway Building Corner Nicollet Avenue and 3rd Street. Will partition to suit tenant. Janitor Service. Steam Heat. Elevator Service.* J. F. CONKLI N A ZONN E Co. 115 Temple Court. 4 P5tys Hit MASTER'S VOlCC** The One-Price Complete HousefanUsners. 4 L. N. SCOTT, Manager. A NMDAS ISLE O Book and Lyrics by Allen Lowe and Geo. E. Stoddard. Elaborated and amplified by Frederick Rankin. Au thor of "Happyland," "The Ginger bread Man," Etc. Music by Paul Schindler and Ben Jerome. Thursday Evening at 7:45 Friday Evening at 7:45 Saturday Matinee at 2 p. m. Saturday Evening at 7:45 April 16, 17 April 19, WK OF April 15 #2f KV JtS 5 i^Koirr Credit It Good at the Naw England, "Victor" Talking Machines c, DINGWALL GV I i ctr LCSSEISA MANAGERS TH*0-L-HAYi-RrMDINT MsMtllt SOUVENIR MATINEE WEDNESDAY. Each lady purchasing a reserved 35 or 50 cent seat will be giv en a handsome sou venir. BICKEL WATSON WROTHE ft. E. Karmond &M.M8T. Bvgnlngs, 16c, 86c, 50c Prices Never Change Use the Long Distance Service oNhe. Twin City Telephone Co. OVER THE TOLL LINES OP THE TRI-STATE TELEPHONEG O -IT IS- The Cheapest and Best WHETHER YOU LIVE IN THE CITY OR AT THE LAKE, In a Detached House or an Apartment, there'la no Article of Home Furnishings from which you may derive as much Pleasure and Entertainment, as much Education and Companionship as from A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE. VICTOR RECORDS embrace not only the English Language, but also Solos In Spanish, Italian, French, German, Hebrew, Polish, Bohemian, Norwegian, Swedish, Russian and Chinese.k* VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL RECORDS Band Music and Violin Solos, Pop- ular Songs and Records from greatest Artists of Grand Opera. r*fi IF YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD A VICTOR TALklNG MACHINE, step Into our Demonstrating Room and ask the Operator to play for you any particular selection you may desire $15 $25$30$40$50$60$100 Cash, or $3.00 to $12.00 Down and $1.00 Per Week. THE PEER OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES THE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS. Positively the Greatest, Prettiest Singing, Acting and Dancing Chorus Ever Organized. APRIL I2913,14. MATINEE SATURDAY. OHARLES FROHMAN Presents H. JULIA SOTHER N MARLOWE In Shakesporian Productions. FiMrnltirire & Carpet Cb 5th St., 6th St. y 1st Av.Sq. Talking Machine Deotfltmeat. Entrance on Fifth Street. Next Syndicate Block. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS METROPOLITAN Tonight, E. S. WILLARD in "THE MIDDLEMAN" Starling Sunday, April 8 B. C. WHITNEY'S PIQUANT MUSICAL MIXTURE Twenty Sons Hits Unique Dances. THE TAMING OF THE SHREW TWELFTH NIGHT ROMEO AND JULI ET The Merchant of Venice Prices$2, $1.50, $ 1, 75c and 50c. Seats on Sale Monday 9 a.m. 18 Roosevelt Club In "THE RANEE OF OUDH" 20, 21 GEORGE PRIMROSE MINSTRELS 1, SPICE TONieHT-"DAVID HARUM." Tomorrow Afternoon and All Week A. H. WOODS PRESENTS THE SEASON'S SCENIC SENSATION, QUEE N OF "THE HIGHBINDERS CAPT. KELLY AND FAMOUS ZOUAVES. -AMERICA'S TALENTED COMBD1ANS- Both Phones, 8997. THEATRE MODERN VAUDEVniE r\ I $ Many people who should answer a Journal want ad pass it by be- -$ cause it does not seem attractive. $ This is often because it is non-com mittal or too short It is much bet- $ ter to tell the whole story. Mention the atractive points of your offer 4 so the ad will appeal to every person 4 who may be interested in such a 4 $ proposition. IN TOM DIC AND HARRY THIS WBBK 25 (I I VALEEIE BEEGEEE ft 0 0 6SALVAGOIS6 BAWSON & JUNE MILDRED FLOEA BONNIE GAYLORD ROSE & ELLIS HART & RICHARDSON KINODROME Hatiiee Today YrFT T"Nf MATINEESTueaday,SaturdadanThursday *J Unprecedented and Emphatic Success of RALPH STUART CO. in Belasco's Greatest Society Play The WIFE NEXT WEEKV '.....''THELMA" FAMILY THEATEB. Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and Erenijfis. Prices 10c. 20c. 80c: matinees 10c and Me. HFWFY THEATRBI JL/JU W JLw TWICE DAILY THE COLONIAL BELLES. Next Week... .THE CALIFORNIA QIEL8 With Dominick Bukleyand "Okamara." Jta-Jitso Champion Wrestlers. Both mettins ccmars at every performance. Henry J. Gjertsen Z*\ Harry A. Lund ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 1015 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis. Best facilities for collection of inheritance and handling of legal business In Europe. Twenty-one years' experience in the general practice of law in Minnesota. Special atten tion given to probate and real estate law.