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EVENTS OP TONIGHT
Metropolitan 'Theater "Dr..
Lyceum Theater'' Winchester.''
Wonderland Park Outdoor
Lake Harriet Bool Garden
Oberhoffer Orchestral band.
For choice 6 per cent farm mortgages
see Barnes Brothers.
Ten Andrews heating systems, out to
fit.were recently sent to Vmcennes, Tnd.
Paul & Paul patent attorneys, have
moved their offices to 854 Security Bank
Dr. M. F. Lenox has returned from
visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. F. Boyce
at Buffalo, N. Y.
Minneapolis and other municipal
bonds for sale at attractive prices.
Minnesota Loan & Trust Co., 313
If you want a first-class automobile
runabout for immediate use, good as
new,top lamps, etc., call on or address
A. W. Strong, 415 Third street S.
The Journal automobile tours, "See
ing Minneapolis" two-hour ride
leave The Journal office at 9:30 a.m.,
1:30 p.m.. 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Eev. James G. K. McClure, presi
dent of MeCormick seminary, Chicago,
will preach at the morning and eve
ning services in Westminster church
The First M. B. church and Sunday
school will hold their annual picnic
at Excelsior next Wednesday, July 18.
The train leaves the Minneapolis &
St. Louis station at 9:15 a.m.
Wanted:An energetic young man to
canvass and collect tor a newspaper on
the road. Must be of good appearance
and address, and an abstainer of intoxi
cants. References and bond required.
Good position for right man. *7l23
The steamer Quincy of the Diamond
Jo hue is out of commission(because of
the accident occurring tc it near La
Crosse recently. The steamer Sidney
will take the place of the Quincy and
run on her schedule. The service will
go on uninterrupted as before.
There is no cessation of church work
at Fowler M. E. church this summer.
All th/i church societies of the parish
are "vvrking as usual. Dr. Montgomery
will speak on Sunday morning on
"What a Business Man Says." The
quartet choir will render I Beheld
and Lo" and "God So Loved the
World." In the evening Dr. Montgom
ery will give an address, "In the
Other Fellow's Place." The public
cordially invited to all the services
of the church. Free seats to all.
ftend for Bdlion and Victor Catalog.
I Store Open BTenings.
Why "half-advertise" it? A Jour-
$- nal want will fully advertise it.
YAUDEYILLE SHOW TO
Political vaudeville artists will vie
with professional entertainers tonight
in a bifftent at Franklin and Cedar ave
nues. Bills are out today announcing
the big show, which will be free to
all bringing one of the handbills as a
ticket of admission. The tent has been
for the purpose of holding meet
for primary-election candidates,
and all candidates have been asked to
appear tonight and have something to
say for themselves.
The bill announces that the speeches
will be followed by the Prentice Spe
cialty and Vaudeville Show and Trained
Animals, "all free." The experiment
drawing 4owds by entertainment
pecialties nas worked well in eastern
campaigns, and will have its first real
trial in Minneapolis tonight.
For cuts, sprains, bruises and burns
use Omega Oil. Trial bottle 10c.
RECORD CONCERT THRONG
Big Audience Heard Wagner Program
and Kerr Solos.
Nothing shows the quality of a mu
sical organization like the interpreta
tion of Wagnerian music. The Ober
tion of Wagnerian music. The Oberhoffer
Orchestral oand is never heard to such
good advantage as in the Wagnerian
programs arranged for each Friday night
at the Lake Harriet roof garden. The
program given by the band last night
was the best exhibition of artistic in
terpretation and skilful execution yet
made by this organization.
Die Meistersinger,'' Gotterdam
merung," "Das Rneineold,
"Tannhauser" were selected from
Wagner's works and played with suc
cess flattering to Mr. Oberhoffer and
his musicians'while W. C. Marlow con
tributed to the pleasure of the eve
ning by giving Walther's "Dream
Song" from "Die Meisetersinger" as
a cornet solo.
A special feature the evening was
the first performance by the band of
Ghapi's "Moorish Suite," once- fa-
vorite in the Gilmore programs. This
is a delightful series of tone pictures,
properly entitled (a) Introduction and
March to the Tournament (b) Medi
tation, (c) Serenata, (d) Finale, and,
altho a long number, is one well worthy
It was not the Wagnerian program,
however, so much as the second appear
ance with the band of U. S. Kerr that
attracted the largest audience of the
season. This barytone ventured the
somewhat doubtful experiment of sing
ing with the band Tuesday night, and
was such a revelation to the concert
patrons that any announcement of his
reappearance would doubtless serve to
crowd the roof garden. Last night he
gave the "Song to the Evening Star,"
from "Tannhouser," and responded to
two encores. Mr. Kerr has been en
gaged to sing with the band Tuesday
and Thursday nights of next week.
The program this evening will be of
the usual popular Saturday night va
1March "Willow GroTe" Sorrentino
2Overture, "Pique Dame" Suppe
3Duet for cornet and baritone, "What
Aie the Wild Waves Saying" Glover
Messrs. Christian Krck and Tommaso di
4Grand selection from the opera "Car
SAirs from "It Happened in Nord
6Waits, "Flowers of Italy" Stefano
7Medley of Morse's Melodies, arranged
BURLINGTON ON THE CARPET.
The state railroad and warehouse commission
announces that there will be a hearing at the
capltol Wednesday, July 25. in the matter of
the petition of cltlaens of Hastings to compel
the Chicago, Bnrlington & Quincy road to
erect a depot at that point. The Burlington now
uses the depot of the Milwaukee road at Hast
$100 REWARD, $100.,
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to care in all Its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive Cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh,, being a con
stitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catatrh Cure is take* inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby destroyftig the
foundation of the disease and giving the toatfent
strength by building up the constittitfcn and
assisting -nature in doing its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith in its cutajlve pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Any
case that it falls to cure. Send tyb list of
testimonials. Address s^ 4
Bold hy Dru^tsfTo?*
Take Hall's Family PiUs for const|stioa forwarded them to nmt,
Saturday Evening1, THE'MINNEAPOLIS JOOTNAL.
ALL AUSTIN IS COMING
LIVELY SOUTHERN MINNESOTA
CITY WILL HOLD REUNION IN
CAPITOL NEXT SATURDAY.
There is to be a rally and reunion of
Austin residents, past and present, at
the capitol at noon next Saturday.
There are several hundred former resi
dents of Austin now residing in Min
neapolis and St. Paul. In addition,
there will be a special excursion to
St. Paul fTom Austin of between 500
and 600 people.
The excursion was primarily started
as a financial venture to add to the
building fund of the Austin Methodist
church, but the movement has now
grown into a prospective Austin re
Professor Charles B. Bostrom, presi
dent of the Southern Minnesota Normal
school at Austin, and Eev. George W.
Lutz of the Austin. Methodist church,
called on Governor Johnson at the cap
itol today and received his assurance
of being'in the capitol next Saturday
to receive the Austin, peoplo and giving
them a public reception.
CADET ROLF KUTSLirND,
Company G, First Regiment.
Photo by Miller.
The double hoodoo of its being
Friday and the 3th of the month
brought the best kind of luck to the
Journal Cadet Begiment yesterday
when it visited Wonderland. Five hun
dred and fifty-eight bovs, turnstile
count, entered the gates of tTie amuse
ment park at 2 p.m., and spent four
hours there having all kinds of fun
without an accident of any kind to
mar the pleasure of the day. Further
more, the predictions of the weather
man to the contrary, there was not a
drop of rain.
Such a turnout of the regiment had
hardly been expected, for it was within
nearly 100 of its full strength. In
consequence, the four chartered cars
were rather crowded. Seventeen other
cadets, who are employed during the
day, were entertained at the park at
The regiment made a parade down
town, headed by the Journal Newsboys'
band, before taking the cars, and made
a good showing as they went down
Nicollet avenue and up Hennepin.
Nearly all were in uniform, altho it
had not been required, and an improve
ment in marching since Memorial day
was quite noticeable.
People all along the streetcar route
Service to Lake Minnetonka via the
Great Northern Railway.
Trains leave Union Station daily 6:SO
a.m., 8:30 a.m., 9:35 a,m, 2 p.m., 4:05
p.m., 5:07 p.m., 7:30 p.m, except Sun
day, 10:30 a.m. 6:10 p.m. Sunday only,
9:25 a.m., except Saturday, 1:20 p.m.
Friday and Saturday only, 11:15 p.m.
Saturday only, 1:50 p.m. Returning
leave Mound daily 7:05 a.m., 9:25 a.m.,
1:15 p.m., 4:55 p.m., 7*05 p.m., 9 p.m.,
except Sunday, 7:40 a.m.. 7:59 a.m.,
11:35 p.m., 3:30 p.m., Sundav only
9:20 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 9:10 p.m., Friday
and Saturday only 10:15 p.m. Trains
leaving Minneapolis at 9:35 a.ra, 2
.m daily will connect with the White
steamers at Holdridge (Wayzata.l
V. D. Jones, City Passenger and
Ticket Agent, corner Third and Nic
READY FOR COMPANY
Grand Army Room in Old State Capi
tol Is Redecorated.
Colonel C. T. Trowbridge of Minne
apolis, custodian of the old state capi
tol, St. Paul, has had. the Grand Army
hall in that building, formerly the
state supreme courtroom, renovated
and redecorated 14 preparation for the
national encampment p.ej$ month, that
it may be the more attractive to the
visitors. The work was- 4one on order
of 0overnor Johnson. John A. Logan
regiment, G. AJ B,,. has, accordingly,
passed resolutions thanking Governor
%Mohnson for his thtfughtfulness
must have thought an army had come
to town, for guns protruded from win
dows and it looked like a procession
of armored cars.
Arriving at the park the companies
were formed in line and a parade of
the grounds was made on the prom
enade, at the conclusion of which pic
tures were taken of the regiment for
The Sunday Journal.
Then the guns i&erd 'stacked and by
companies the round 6'f attractions was
made, starting at the caroussel, then
the third degree, the old mill, the
laughing gallery, the chutes and the
scenic railway, etc., with side trips to
Arcadia, the bumps and other attrac
tions for those who could get to them.
Following this came the performance
of Howard's trained dogs and ponies
and Sentell's slide for life, and in con
clusion the Johnstown flood. It was
impracticable to hold a competitive
drill, as had been planned, for the 6
o'clock whistles were blowing when the
boys were loaded on the cars for the
return trip, as happy and well satisfied
a lot of youngsters as could be ex
pected, filled to the brim with enthu
It was a difficult task to handle so
many boys, all of whom wanted to
EXCELSIOR WARS ON
THE TROLLEY COMPANY
Excelsior is preparing for another
bout with its village council and the
street railway company because of an
alleged secret meeting of the council
Tuesday night at which the company
was given the free use of the street
in front of the company docks for the
use of the trolley company. The fight
is an old one.
A large portion of the business in
terests of the village are opposed to
allowing the company the use of the
street, or at least they believe that a
stiff money consideration should be de-x
manded. An indignation meeting will
be held and the question will be thoroly
aired. There is considerable talk of
undertaking legal proceedings to stop
Another grievance is held against the
street railway company which concerns
the Christmas lake residents and some
of the villagers. The street railway
company has seen fit to charge 10 cents
for the ride between Christmas lake
and the Excelsior terminal, tho the
distance is but three-quarters of a
mile. A fight will be undertaken against
Vacation Trips for ot Weather.
See Mr. G. F. McNeill, Agt. N. P.
By., No. 19 Nicollet House block.
Have him arrange a trip to the Yellow
stone National Park and Pacific eoast,
or a trip via Duluth and the Great
Lake steamers. Call and get the Tour
Vacation Trips for Hot Weather.
See Mr. G. F. McNeill, Agt. N. P.
By., No. 19 Nicollet House block.
Have him arrange a trip to the Yellow
stone National Park and Pacific coast,
or a trip via Duluth and the Great
Lake steamers. Call and get the Tour
The Woman's auxiliary of the Northwestern
Bible and Training school wiU meet Monday
afternoon at 2-80 o'clock in the school, 6
Eleventh street S.
The Genuine Hoff Medlctno
Price, 35 cents a bottle (full size).
Compounded after the true and cor
rect formula of the famous Prof. Hoff,
of Vienna, Austria. Known and recog
nized everywhere as a positive cure
for Asthma, Catarrh, Hay Fever,
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the
breathing organs. The genuine bears
the "Crown" trade-mark.
Sole Agents in Minneapolis, 4$
S. H. BROUNLEE DRUG CO.,
Successor to OHIln Drug Co., 101
Washington Av. S.
have a front seat and to be the first
to see everything, but that there were
no mishaps of any kind among "such
a raring, tearing bunch of kids," as
one of them said, speaks well for the
Of course, drill at The Parade last
night was omitted, but beginning next
Monday the cadets will go at their
drills with renewed energy, and every
day of the month intervening between
now and the G. A. R. national encamp
ment is to be improved, with the ex
ception of Sundays. Arrangements
will be made to start competitive drills
between the companies at once, and
announcements for this will be made
in The Sunday Journal tomorrow.
The Best Diarrhoea Remedy.
I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy, and con
sider it the best remedy of the kind on
the market," says W. F. Mayes, a
prominent merchant of Wallisville, Tex.
This remedy always effects a quick cure
and is pleasant to take. Every fami
ly should keep it at hand during the
This Is the Weather
80 Kinds and Sizes, all reduced.
$14.50 size reduced I I 7^5
Lawn Mowers also
$5.50 16-in. ball bearing, 4
4 cutting blades *9# I
Hardware, Cutlery. Tools, Paints,
Athletic Goods, Kltchenware, Etc.
THE ONLY WAY TO SEE
Take Big Steamer Excelsior,
(The White Flyer.)
The Largest, the Fastest, the Safest
and Beat Equipped Steamer on the
Lake. The Only Steamer That Makes
a Complete Tour of Both the Upper
and Lower Lakes.
TWO BJG FOUR-HOUR TRIP8 DAILY
X*TB Shtoelslor, Oulno, dooks,
for "Waysata QiOO s.m.
Loava Tonka Bay...* 9:10 a.m.
Leave "Waysata lOsOO a.m.
Leave Excelsior for Upper Lake. .11:00 a,m.
Leave Suoliior, Casino dooks,
f 'Wayaata 1:15 p.m.
Leave Tonka Bay 1:86 p.m.
Leave Waysata 8:80 p.m.
Leave Xzoolsior for Upper Lake.. 800 p.m.
Leave Tonka Bay 8:15 p.m.
Returning In Time for All Trains and
Makes All Landings from Wayzata
to Mound City.
ALL FOR ONE TICKET
DON'T Buy Steamer Tickets on Street
Cars. For This Trip Pay on the Boat.
BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA
GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.
Leave Exoelsior, Casino Docks, 7:46 pm.
Only 860 round trip. We make these trips
every day, rain or shine. Hot ooffee and re
freshments on board steamer. This steamer
makes oonneotions at Wayaate, with Great
Northern trains leavimr Minneapolis at 9:85
a.m. and 8 p.m.
EVERY SHADE SHAPE 8 PRICE
JTI JUi ViV-ri
Special Demonstration and Sale
RALPH STUART CO.
Souvenir portrait of Ralph Stuart
Wee tonight, Farewell Might.
NORT WESTERN FUE COS,
the best Anthracite
Xorttrweatern Fuel Oo 84 3d at 8.
Don't try to depend on a sign over
$ your place of business for your pub
licity. Use the advertising space of
The Journal. It will be an "ex-
pense" that will return your money
with big interest.
In Oar Camera Section.
WE HAVE PURCHASED FROM THE
ROCHESTER OPTICAL COMPANY ONE
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY OF fHEIR
CELEBRATED "PREMO" 4x6 CAMERA8
(1905 Model) Which Sell Regularly at
$12.50. For Quick Sale We Offer These
Cameras for This Evening and Monday
at the Remarkable Price 0 1ft
This Is a* splendid Opportunity to Se
cure a High Qrade Camera at a Cheap
AL30 FOR THIS EVENING AND MON
DAY We Offer the Following Very Spe
cial Bargains in Our Camera Section
50 COMPLETE DEVELOPING AND
FINISHING OUTFITS Regular 1 "Ig
PATENT "RAY" SLIDING TRI- fift*
PODSRegularly 80c EACH WWW
THE FERRIS STOCK SO. WITH FL0RERGE STORE
JULY 26, 27 AND 28.
Evening, July 26.
FIVE CONCERTS WSS^SS^^SLS^
V/J-ilV A a 8atur S a
EVENING CONCERTS 8:15 MATINEES 2:16 P. M.
Male Chorus 2,000 VoicesMixed Chorus^SolosSymphony Orclioatis) T6
SoloistsMme. Corinne Rider-Kelsey. Mme. Katherine Fleming Daniel Beddoa,
Claude Cunningham, Robert Blass.
PRICESEvening, $2.00, $1.60, $1.00, 76c. Box $2.50. Matinee, $1.00, 76e 60s,
Box $1.50. Sold In Dyer Bros.' Music Store, Minneapolis.
THE JOURNAL AUTOMOBILE TOURS
COHDUOTSD BY KOTOS SERVICE OOKFAKY,
Leave THE JOURNAL BniMir* Every Day-Weather Pennittta*. O 5 ^ffles $ 1
9:30 a. m., l:$0, 4:00 and 1i0 p.
43-Om.Y MODERlf TOUBIHO GARB UBED-
PricefCflf "UNIVERSAL" RUBY LAMPS.
Regularly 75c EACH WWW
L. N. SCOTT,
AN ELABORATE PRODUCTION. A WEALTH OF SCENERY.
A GREAT CAST.
MatineesSunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10c and 28a
Every Evening10c 26o and 60o.
I "THE COWBOY AND THE LADY"
GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR!
TWENTY-SECOND BUNDES SAENGERFEST
Matinee and Evening, July U.
Continuous Vaudeville Afternoon and
Evening. Prices 10c, 20c, 30c Matinees
10c and 30c
MIMIEAPOUS vt. TOLEDO
AT MINNHHAHA PARK.
GAME CALLED AT 3:30 P. M.
Tickets on sale at Van B. Clark**,
Sherman Smith's A. D. Thompson Dra*
Co., C. E. Chilstrom's and Metropolitan
Desiring a good rate of interest with
abundant security should call and exam
ine the first mortgage farm loans for sal*
by *r ^sg 4
Minneapolis Trust Company
.^Fourth Street and Hennepin Avenue.