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S-, .1? .SI I"J. J.rs -5ie -21 ?r, 3 toft 5J 353--Both Phones353 lake Minaetoska orders deliv ered without extra charge. Fancy Strawberries 20c 5c 15c each, fancy southern. Large quart boxes Fresh Pie Plant Asparagus, large bunches Fancy White fiKn Potatoes ***Ft# Pure Lard Century Match... Sweet Cream-99A ery Butter.. Fre3h Rolled QQA Oats dm\M Good Minnesota A Corn Drink Hoffman House Coffee lb. as much as you like. Fresh from Muscatine, Iowa. bu.f full 60 lbs. lb., your pail. bundle new pkg. lb. very fine table ten pounds, can new pack. 10c 13c Fresh Meat & Fish Dept Fresh Pork Chops, lb 12c Porterhouse Steak, lb 15 Fancy Sirloin Steak, lb 12$ Lake Minnetonka orders delivered at the lake without extra charge. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Cor Nteottet a 5x031 SPECIAL MEN'S SUITS $12.50 will buy any suit worth up to $20 for this sale. In all the latest styles and patterns in worsteds, cashmeres, chev iots, homespuns,, serges, clay ms serges cia and unfin- ished wors- teds, etc., at See our $3.00 and $3.50 stiff brown Hats at $1.90. In all the latest shapes and styles, choice See our window display of $1.00 and 75c Negli- f*t%m gee Shirts in fine per- IIIJ cale and madras at.. $12.5 0 id $3.5 0 stiff $1.90 I all $1.90 ARCHER& MEAGHER "Its a Shot You'll Like." The Junior Walk-Over Oxford $3.50$4 As Medium Toe built on a nobby last, giving grace to the footwith assur ance of a perfect fitholds shapes gives long wearbecause well made of the best leather"we show it in every leather at $3 50 or $4 00 62 other styles Oxfords and Shoes to select from, if desired. Priced at $3 5 or $4 00. 605u^ut9ht.0 GEO. M. KEITH, Shoes shipped anywhere. New Style Book FREE. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS The Regal Music Co. went "Bump" and I secured more than my share of the stock and will have a sale that is a SALE. Here are some of the pluma 20 dozen International Tuning Forks, regular price 35c. Btf Sale Price 15 dozen Albert Violin Rosin, regular price 25c This sale 5 dozen Metal Fifes, raised holes, reg ular price $1.50. tSale 25C 28 dozen Chromatic Tuning Pipes, regular price $1.00 Sale ^fin Price UUK. 4 dozen Double Bass String Guages, regular price $1 00. Sale (\*u price xvn 10 dozen Violin Mutes, with tuning pipe, regular price 25c. Sale (\r* price Shopworn Mandolins, Guitars and Vio lins at "Come and See" prices. When you want a Musical Instrument, go to one who knowsthat's ROSE 41-43 South Sixth St. MINNESOTA LANDS Send for Free Map of Minnesota and Pamphlet, showing Timber, Meadow, and Farm lands in Central Minnesota. Lands include heavy timber black loam soil "well settled region, near good markets echools, roads churches region fllleu with beautiful lakes running streams, fish, and game E ery acre raises as much or more than Illinois or Iowa, excepting corn. Half fare rates secured, fare refunded actual purchasers, Iowa, 111., Ind., Minn., and Wis. Prices from, $6 to $15 one-fourth cash, balance 6 per cent. W. D. WASHBURN, JR.., 201 Guar. Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. THE North American "The good of*the old, the Best of the new methods/' LQASECTION WiTri THE= 0. Postal Telegraph-Gahle Co. City News 'SffiA TOWK TALK -$ EVENTS OF TONIGHT Metropolitan Theater4." Sleeping Beauty and the Beairt.'' Bijou Theater'' Buf us Ras tus AuditoriumMrs. Leslie Carter in "Adrea." Orpheum TheaterModern vaude ville. _, Lyceum Theater Men and Women." Unique TheaterVaudeville. Dewey Theaters-Fay Foster com pany. & Let us insure your automobile against loss of any kind. Lowest rates, most liberal policy. Minneapolis Ins^ Ag'cy. The Minnesota Phrenological society meets tonight at McElroy hall, Eighth street and Nicollet avenue. Wanted Unfurnished residence, thoroly modern, 12 to 14 rooms, with barn will pay a rental of $1,800.00 to $2,000.00 for house that suits. Ad dress 3182, Journal. Aeolipyles installed now save pur chasei the cost of cleaning his furnace or boiler. M. J. Mallon, N. W. Dis tributor, 102 Bank of Minneapolis bldg. T. C, 413, 2356. The Northern Pacific bridge at Twentieth avenue N and Second street was badly damaged by fire yesterday, but the fire department extinguished the flames before the bridge was weak ened. The origin of the fire is not known. C. 8. Juel's residence, 2912 Garfield avenue, was damaged by fire early this morning and members of the family scarcely had time to escape without in jury. The family was asleep when the fire started, but the smoke aroused Mr. Juel and an alarm was turned in. The loss is about $800. John Harrison, formerly a well-known university man and a resident of Min neapolis, is in the city today. He has lived in Louisville, Ky., several years, but has now moved his headquarters to Milwaukee. Mr. Harrison was captain of the University of Minnesota football team in '97 and '98. Store furs now. Bepairs totaling $10 or more allow free storage. Fur insur ance. The Palace Clothing House. WIFE LOCKED HP FOR SHOOTING HUSBAND Mrs. William S. Green is locked up at Central station charged with assault with a dangerous weapon on her hus band in the Grace hotel on Washington avenue S early Sunday morning. Green, who is slightly wounded in the head by a pistol shot, is also locked up and will be held as a witness. According to the police, the shooting was the result of domestic troubles or long standing. Green was in bed when he was shot, and the bullet Btruck him in the forehead glancing off without do ing any great harm. The wounded man was taken to the city hospital in the patrol wagon and later to Central sta tion. Mrs. Green was arraigned in police court today charged with assault in the first degree. She will be given an ex amination tomorrow, and is held in $400 bail. Guaranteed fit or no pay. Spring Specials, $20, $25 and $30. Zak & Bogie. Tailors, 22 Sixth street S. ST. PAUL THUGS ROB A MINNEAPOLIS MA N Andrew Carlson of Minneapolis was held up and robbed by three young men at Dale street 'and Como avenue, St. Paul, while on his way home last even- was waiting for a car at the cor ner, when the men came up to him and drawing their revolvers ordered him to hold up his hands. He complied and the men went thru his pockets, taking $50 in cash and a gold watch. He re ported the matter to the St. Paul police, but was unable to give a description of the three highwaymen. Service and satisfaction unequaled. The Palace Clothing House Laundry. MAKE MUSEUM OF CABIN The annual meeting of the Minne sota Territorial Pioneers will be held May 11 in the new state capitol. In preparation for this, a special meeting of the execeutive committee will be held at the Merchants hotel, St. Paul, Tuesday, April 24, at 1:30 p.m. It is. the aim of the management of the association to turn the association's log cabin at the state fair grounds into a museum, which will become the more valuable as the years roll on. Portraits are requested of all the pioneers, biog raphies of those living and obituary sketches of those who have passed away. It is also the intention of the associa tion to take an active part in the prep arations for the 1908 celebration of Minnesota's admission into the union. Don't forget Zak & Bogie for your stylish Spring Suit. 22 Sixth street S. S S &4&*aL> -4 *u*.fe^^ vl^i^filb ?rom -4 TODAY IN DISTRICT COURT Judge D. F. SimpsonSecond trial of the $12,000 alienation of af fections case of Thomas Marshall vs. Henry F. Hodge. Judge F. 0. BrooksTrial of John and Mike Pryfcula and George Davy for alleged assault in the second degree. Judge John Day Smith-Otto Gei senhyner vs. W. E. Shannon, $10,000 damage suit for elevator injury, still on trial. Judge Andrew HoltThree suits of Alice A. Russell against three insurance companies for an ag gregate of $5,100 for loss in Croker hotel disaster, Dec. 19, 1904. Judge H. D. DickensonJury, ju venile and minor chamber mat ters. Judge F. V. Brown-r-Estells Burke vs. John E. Berglund, Aetna In demnity company, et al., suit for $3,000 damages for alleged ille gal arrest and imprisonment at Minnetonka Beach last summer by Defendant Burke, town marshal. Satisfaction and courtesy in Palace Clothing House laundry work. Try it. DIES OF HEART TROUBLE Hans Larson, 511 Tenth avenue S, died suddenly yesterday morning, while dressing to go to church. He was sit ting in his chair lacing his shoes when he was attacked with heart failure and fell forward onto the floor. Larson had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some time and Coroner Kistler decided that an autospy was not necessary. If disappointed in laundry work try purs. The Palace Clothing house. Cuffs 1 cent. Monday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. DCTAnSHALL'S CANDIDACY GAINS I MINNEAPOLIS MAN HAS GOOD CHANCE TO BE MODERATOR. Hundreds of Letters Have Been Re ceived Here Indorsing Him for Pre siding Officer at Meeting of Presby terian Assembly at Des Mointes in May. There is every indication ythat the general assembly of the Presbyterian church "wUhich convenes in Des Moines, May 17, will be presided over by Rev. A. B. Marshall, pastor of the First Presbyterian cvhurch, and the man who was the head of the great Chapman re-1ing vival campaign in Minneapolis. It can be safely stated that at the present time Dr. Marshall, the candidate of the Minneapolis Presbyterian Ministers' association, is the most prominently spoken of man of the church for this position, the highest honor the Presby terians are able to confer on one of their number. Since the launching of Dr. Marshall's candidacy hundreds of letters have been received in Minneapolis by Pres byterian ministers indorsing him for the position. Dr. Marshall's wide ac uaintance in the northwest, resulting pastorates in Ohio and Iowa as well as this state, is much to his ad vantage. Another fact which is telling greatlv to his good, is that while he has ever been thoughtful for the work of Imitation Makes Its Bow to Barrington Hall. the parish he had in charge, at the same time he has been active in gen eral evangelistic work, home and for eign missions, and educational work. It is the fact that his work has been of such breadth tha,t makes him a leading candidate. In addition, there is a general desire that this year the moderator be select ed from among the active pastors. For several sessions heretofore, the moder ator has not been a pastor, but some one prominent in university work or en gaged in other general lines outride of Sastorate^ duties. Another thing in Dr. larshall's favor, is the fact that for ten years he was the successful pastor of Central Presbyterian church ,at Des Moines, in which the general assembly will hold its sessions. The northwest has never been hon ored with the moderatorship. Now that the assembly is to meet in the north west, it seems timely that this section of the country should be honored with the presiding office. The general assembly will be made up of some 600 commissioners, laymen and clergy. It has come to be a custom tho it is not a rule, that the moderator shalr act as representative of the whole Presbyterian church of the country dur the interval between the assembly over which he presides and the next one. Thus if Dr. Marshall is elected, the year following he will probably be called to make a number of trips thru out the country as the recognized head of the Presbyterian church. Burglar, moth and fire insurance on furs. Lowest rates. We assume all responsibility. The Palace Clothing House. ADA, MINN.The graduating class of the high school consists of the following1 Imitationthough often annoying to the originalis only one of the tributes paid to Barrington Hall, the steel-cut cof- fee. A Philadelphian of national-notoriety read the booklet we are sending out freely explaining the steel-cut process, and telling other facts about coffee in general and Barrington Hall in particular. Under another name instead*of Barring ton Hall, our ideas and in some respects the very language of our booklet were copied, and it looked as though we had a lawsuit on our hands to protect us against his buccaneering tactics. But buccaneering in business as on the high seas seldom lasts, and the sheriff closedown the imitator. Barriixgtoatlallprepared CW ^S^JJwv WALTHAM WATCHES. The "Riverside" is as good a time- piece as you can buy, of either American or foreign make, no matter what you pay. See the name "Riverside" as well as the word "Waltham" engraved* on the movement plate. "The Perfected American Watch," an ithstraied book of interesting information about watches, free upon request. AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY, WALTHAM, MASS. We Share Ou Profits with 200,000 Investors! "We are the largest investmentjbond'eompany in the World. You will find our bond holders in nearly every state in the Unionover 200,000 of them in all. We have already paid out over $3,500,000 to hold ers of our Bonds. Our assests *are over $3,000,000 and our State Deposits as required by law are the largest of any bond company in the United States. These are big figures, of vital interest to the large or small investor, for they show the tremendous earning power of small sums, when combined and invested in American Reserve Gold Bonds. The success of our financial transactions proves con- clusively that the state laws, by which we are governed, were framed in the interest of the conservative investor. Set Your Idle Dollars To Work! Every person who has idle funds, or who draws a regular salary, can soon be receiving regular dividends by investing, now, in American Reserve Gold Bonds. These bonds not only pay dividends of 5% after the first year, payable semi-annually, but they partici pate in the#otal earnings of the American Reseive Bond Company. i Money that you invest in these bonds works for youproduces an incomebecomes a permanent and rapidly accumulating reserve fund. These facts should interest every man or woman whose funds are non-productive or yielding only 3%. You have worked hard for your dollars. It's time they were working for you. Drop into our office at your earliest convenience, and talk the matter over, oy Defective Page Isabe Brattland, valedictorian Minnie Brattland, salu tatorian Verna Ahlers, Charles Andiews, Char lotte E. Barnes, Paul Onstad, Lambert Prlgge. DES MOINES, IOWA.Hotel Monte Colfax at the Colfax Mineral Spiings, near here, was de stioyed by fire of unknown origin. Loss, $50,000, with $25,000 insuiance. is the only steel-cut coffee under letters pat ent g%c* i M--% ^rr. Th^ ^^p* XSlteft which we own. All ers are mer pretend- Hall is drunk by many people who feel that they cannot drink any either coffee. The tannin-bearing, yellow skin, the astringent principle, found injurious by some, is taken out of Barrington Hall by the steel-cutting process. You will never know how good coffee can be had every day of your life until you use Barrington Hall. Roasted, steel-cut, packed by machinery in sealed tins and guaranteed by Baker & Co., Importers, Minneapolis. For sale by the better class of grocers at 35c per pound. Or send for our book "Abou Gold Bonds," which is free with our compliments. American Reserve Bond Company 401 Northwestern Building. SDIGlDEJHREAt., IS.CARRIED OUT After declaring that he had lived long enough and that he would take his life as soon as he had the chance, John Simm, 72 years old, hanged himself in an alley near his home, at Seventeenth avenue S and Thirty-first street yester day. The body was cold when found by neighbors yesterday afternoon. He had tied the rope to the branch of a tree and his feet were barely off the ground. The- man had been in bad health for some time and had told his family that he could stand the pain and disease no longer. He left the house yesterday, declaring that he would take his life, but he had made the threat before and had never carried it out. He is sur vived by a wife and several grown children. Furs re-shaped, re-dyed, repaired, stored and insured. In constant care of experts. The Palace Clothing House. HONOR ST. HANS St. Hans' day, the great midsummer festival in Norway will be observed by the twin city lodges of the Sons of* Norway at Como park, on Sunday, June 24. The celebration last year was a monster affair, fully 10,000 people being present from Minneapolis and St. Paul and a notable list of speakers being in attendance. An effort will he made to have as suc cessful affair this year. At a meeting yesterday of delegates from the five twin city lodges ait- executive commit tee was named and the following offi cers elected: Chairman, L. Stavnheim vice chairman, Lars Eosness secretary, S. P. Wilson treasurer, John Meland. Dahl Bros. Best Patent Flour, per ffi4 O 98 pounds *P iVO Best Granulated Sugar, per 100 pounds $4.85 6 cans Sweet Corn for 25c 4 cans June Peas for 25c 4 cans String Beans for... 25c 4 cans Succotash for 85 3 packages Quaker Oats... 25c 3 packages Egg-O-See 25c 3 packages of 10c Crackers 25c 11 pounds Rolled Oats 25c 3 1-lb cans Baking Powder 25c 4 lbs fine California Prunes 25c Good Separator Butter, lb 21c Finest Seperator Butter... 23c "An Ideal Summer Resting Place." OLD MISSION MADELINE ISLAND, Lake Superior, near Bay fold. Wis. Send for circular to Mrs. E. W. Irvine, Matron, Emerson Hall, Beloit College. Lock Box 1295. Beloit. Wis. FINE CUTLERY St. Paul: Seventh and Robert A fall line of Carving Seta, Manicure Cases, Sbavinr Outfits, Toilet Articles. Cutlery Grinding. R. H. HEGENER, 207 Nicollet Are., Minneapolis. LIBERAL TERMS wiLKaca...&Lfu. NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK 411 1st Ave. So. B8TABLISHBD 1879 Savings Department CAPITAL $ 1,000,000 SURPLUS 800,000 DEPOSITS 10,500.000 .50 THE SORENSEN $2.50 SHOE %JJ For Men and Women. All styles and lasts. Equal to shoes others ask $3 50 ^JJJ for. Try a pair. S. T. SORENSEN, O 314 Nicollet, ~W Minneapolisffaul.St. 15 8 E 7th st Minneapolis: 315-&25 Nicollet JiEiiiMiaB8iBBiegiSgeaiM^ ASSETS For the Relief of the San Francisco' Sufferers, Thursday "The Clansman" April 30, May 1, 2 Henrietta Crossman AUDITORIUM April 23, 24, 25 &su FAMILY THEATER. Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and Evening. Prices 10c. 20c, SOc matinees 10c and 30c. I !S2!S!S!ffi!SS!SS!SS!S2l Hats With the "Know How time. Full job $2.50 HEADQUARTERS for EVERYTNIN8 UP-TO-DATE In FLOO COVERINGS-! SPECIAL SALE AR SQUARES, "CREX" MATTINGS AND "MISFIT" (Ready-Made CARPETS. 1,000 BEST QUALITY AL WOOL ART SQUARES ON SPECIAL SALE TUESDAY AS FOLLOWS Regular Size. Price. 3x2 Yards $4.80 3x2i/2 Yards 7.20 3x3 Yards 8.40 3x3'/2 Yards 7.30 3x4 Yards 9.60 SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 28 Entire gross receipts so to California relief fund. Exchange Tickets for sale Monday by all members of Club, Policemen^ Firwnea and it wum stores. Both Phones, 8997. "fins* THEATRE MODEHN VAUDEVILLE Evenings, 15c, 25o, 50c. Prices Never Change METROPOLITAN L. N. SOOTT Manager Tonlgnt. Matinee Wednesday. Tbe Famous English Extravaganza, THE SLEEPING BEAUTY AND THE BEAST CARTER E Tonight said Tuesday, Wed. Mat. and Night, ADREA ZAZA Evenings at 8. Matinee at 2. Box office opens tomorrow at Metropolitan Music Store. Prices $2.00, $1.60, $1.00, 75c, BOc. Of the hat artist indelibly stamped, in every kink and cnrl. Such hats, hats of original, exclusive gentility THE GORDON HATS The Choice of Every Known Correct Shape. The' freedom of every "right" Hat color created. With the assurance of that QUALITY without which no Hat gains entrance here ALL IN THE Now is the Panama Renovating NIAGAR A FIR E INSURANC E CO. of NEW YORK. The officers of this company wire as follows: "Niagara losses in San Francisco amount to less than one million dollars and will be paid in full." Insure in the NIAGARA. STATEMENT OF COMPANY JANUARY 1, 1906. LIABILITIES $2,421,831 CASH CAPITAL 500,000 CASH SURPLUS 1,810,455 I CHARLES W. SEXTON COMPANY, Agents, Special Price. $3-75 4 75 5- 75 6-75 7-75 "CREX" MATTINGS AN RUGS MAKE THE IDEAL SUMMER FLOOR COVER- ING. CLEANLY! ATTRACTIVE! DUR ABLE MATTINGS, In Up-to-date KQ* Colorings. Per Square Yard. Size. 36x72 6x9 8x10 9x12 S "CREX" RUGS. Price. I nches 1 1 5 0 Feet 4-25 Feet 6-25 Feet: 8 5 0 ANOTHER SPECIAL SALE "MISFIT" (Ready-Made) CAR PETS A ONE-THIRD OFF. Bring the Size of Your Room. We are Almost Sure to Fit It. Any Slight Alteration Made Without Expense. &Cax!pet Go, 5th St., 6th Stand 1st Av. S.[ AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AUDITORIUM. MONSTER BENEFIT Boosevelt Club Presents Its Famous Operatic Success, "THE RANE E O OUDH" In David Belasco's Greatest Success, 4 2 ABD'EL KADEB AlfD HIS THREE WIVES WILLY ZIMMERMA2JN ELIZABETH MUBRAY WORLD & KINGSTON THREE SELDOMS KENO, WALSH AND MELROSE WORLD'S COMEDY FOUR KENODROME THIS WEEK Batiiee Today 25c BIJOU Tonight at 8:15 Souvenir Matinee Wednesday Hurtlg & Seaman Present the Famous Comedian, ERNEST HOOAN, In the Big Musical Comedy Success, "EITFUS BASTTJS." A great Company of Comedians, Singers and Dancers. Next week, Lillian Mortimer, In "No Mother to Guide Her." PT T"rVf I Pop- Mats. Tuesday, Li I LtJEUJTl I Thursday, Batnrday RALPH STUART CO. MEN AN WOME^ Next week Young Mrs. Winthro'.t 1 DEWEY AL THIS WEEK 365 Days GORDON TWICE DAILY. lOc-20 The Fay Foster Burlesquers Ahead of Ail. Next week, Ed Hays "The Wise Gu O N THE TOP WAVE of success Is our Traveling Goods De partment. Fe who travel and un derstand values can fail to see the bargains we are offering In Bags, Satchels, Suit Cases, Trunks and re quisites in leather goods. Bring this ad with you and get 10 per cent off your purchase in our Trunk and Leather Goods Department. BARNABY'S Nicollet and Fourth St. "IP IT COMBS PROM BAKNABVS IT MUST BB GOOD." Money Cheerfully Refunded. Mall Orders Promptly Filled, 3 $ $4,732,286 i Wi.