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Ssrnb. the two-year-old dauchterof Mr. and
>.srs. \V. o. Winston, died at "the fajjiiy rerd
dctice. 0:1 Portland avenue, fcbonly after -
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The parents
ere m Virginia. *
Annie Peterson, arrested on Tuesday for
•be ;arreuy cf SiO from Mrs. Augusta Lair.
was yesterday '■eiueticed to iweuty days, bat
a stay of procc-edings was granted to "permit
of hu examination as to ter * auiiy.
Building Inspector Uazen says he is satis
fied with the raie a: whicn the wires are be
ing placed uc^ersround. The Edi-on plant
is all beneath the pavements, srsd ihe bru.-h
irrm Eighth avenue toutii to b'ourib. avenue
P. J. Kennedy and J. J. Ryan nave re
turned r.fier a very successful "deer hum up
in liases county" Tbev report that owing
to the strict enibrcemeist cf tie peme law.
deer e:e very plentiful in ibai pan of ihe
We Lee and
Tbe business men on Third street, between
Bennepin avenue and First avenue south.
are V3:roroi:s]y complaining: of the condition
of tne street there. The tracks in some places
are six inches above tbe pavement, and acci
dents to vehicles are irequent.
: a ry.
Cases of dJT'hifceria at G4 Tenth avenu?
Eontfa and 027 Eichth avenue strath; measles
at 1316 Tweuih-sixth street south, lil >pruce
piace. 132 l» Washington avenue tenth, -413
tixth street south. 2014 Twelfth avenue
south, 2117 Second street north and 3C
EiEhtft avenue south, and scarlet *ever at
£810 Johnson street northeast were reported
fit the bealtii orace yesterday.
"Tfce Crniskeen Lawn" -will appear at tbe
Bijon the coming week. This attraction will
be the first lri~h drama cf the season and the
play 2- demerit*-*! as being: ot decided merit.
•w:ui promineci scenic ai:d nape features.
TALIvING 1)1^( ill Ml NATION.
I A Pillsbary Speaks far Minne-
' he Kail:
The chamber of coiTiinerce commiitee cor:
si-ied of Cb.arie* A. I'illsb-jrr. Senator W. L>.
Wafrbburn. James S. Bell a::d 11. \V. Oosi
rco2=. The railway interests arc cuarded ly
the rei;resen:aijve*tr;iffic rr.ev. of ifce Norih
tve c t. Marvin Kuzhiit and \V. 11. Neuuaaa,
president and vice president, resj^ctirely.
of the Northwestern, represented that
coiajiaiiy. E. \V. Winter, ceneral man
ager, and .1. T. Clarke, ceneral rrejpfci
Hgenu were there in behalf of the
Omaha. \V. 11. Tru'efdale, receiver of the
Minneapolis A: M. Louis, vrs? there. The
<.rea: Nor.heni was represented by P. P.
ShelbyJ ceneral trnffip maua-zer: Ibe Milwau
kee by I>. t". Jo;:cf. d:vis!o:i" ireicht cseiu:
the Suo by li. I_ general ircSic raaa
asrer: the St. I'avJ i-I);;lnih by General Man
aser Plough ana »»e:ieral Freight Aseat
Bnll; the Northern i J n<irif by General Man
udcr ili.-V.ea. TrafSc .Monai:er"lJa.nnaford and
Oeneral Freight A?ent Moore.
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NO V. P. S. C. II FOR THEM.
it Was Lea'iin^ Toj Manr Mem-
t)or= From Getbsemane Chnrch.
The Episcopal church seems to be
back on the Y. P. Sr C. E. uiove
iment. The society that belonged to
Getlisemaue church bas been disbanded
More than that, it was disbanded at i!:e
request'of the pastor, liev. J.J. Faude.
yir. Fande declines to discuss the mat
ter. The reason for the dissolution of
the society is, however, explained in
the liethseniane Parish Visitor. That
lhe article goes on to say. that' the
pastor formally conimmricatetfhis views
to the society. Tlie result was that
there was an immediate disbanduient
without the least bit ot feeling or un
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Olson vs. the KvrningJuy.
Hans Olsoa"s libe: s-u:t cgniast tbe Even'n?
Journal is on trial in Judcre Hiccs" court.
3tfr7pjson cj.t ims that the Journal made a
serious miMake Ir.st Fetrnarr when it peb
lisbed a lons f-iory about ihe Var be and his
wife f:bnscd their children. He vrauts said
mistaKP to con the evening paper just S2?.-
WO. The Journal refns** lo aliow O!so:j's
claira on ihe cround lhat !fce siriicle ws?
puDli«hed In Tailh. without malice, and
justified. Abort twenty women from
the Oisou neigiiborjiood a:-e in cour' ready to
take ihe sisnd and substantiate the Jour-
Eal's s-iory. The plaintin" also has a larse
number of wituosses to bock up his - . ie of
the enso. Tliecf.se hinges upon ibc nniter
fcaliy important question: "Were lh» Olson
joucpsiers whipped, anu if so, who -a-bipued
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KEEP THE TRACKS UP.
Opposition on the East Side
to Lowering HilTs Rail
Park Commissioner Ryan
Leads the Fiarht Asrainst
John West Will Ec Allowed to
Leave the Workhouse by
Hazen Indorses Smith's Bar
pel Palace— News From
A mass mffiir.-" of East side citizens
was called for last evening to consider
the question of lowering the tracks of
the Great Northern road, but, through
some mistake, notice of the meeting was
not made in the newspapers, and the at
tendance was rather small. However,
ParK Commissioner Patrick Evan was
there, and kept the interest from flag
;rintr by tilling in every little pause in
the proceedings with his iittie kick
against the improvement, ou behalf of
himself and the taxpayers.
Baldwin Brown was cnosen chairman
and Perry Lons secretary of the meet
inir. and Aid. .McGowan proceeded to
state the manner hi which the ineetiii^
had been called. He said that he had
been called upon by several of the citi
zens cf the East side who bad asked
him to call a mass meeting. He had in
formed them that he did not think it
was his place to do so. They insisted,
however, that it should be dune by some
of the aldermen of the East side and he
had finally consented to put a notice in
one of the eveuiug papers announcing
i';*rk Commissioner Ryan then took
the r!<>or and staled that "he could not
see why this question of lowering the
tracks had ever been raised. Nobody
set-nied to want i:. lie had asked Mr.
Hill who had asked that the tracks be
lowered, but Hill was unable, to tell
him. The aldermen did not know who
had asked for it. but yet they were pro
ceeding to • iower the tracks at
an expense of 1301.000, and
tne property owners along the
line of Hacks were to have iheir prop
erty damaged and confiscated, and the
taxpayers of the East side were to be
called upon to bear an unnecessary ex
pense of ?125,000. As far as h«* couid
see. the tracks were as good in their
present place as though they were low
ered half-way to China. He did not be
lieve in this "tomfoolery" ou the part
of the aldermen.
Titus Mareck then came to the de
fense of the aldermen, statins: that he
wa« one of the citizens who had asked
that the .meeting be called, ana that he
was heartily in favor of the lowering of
the tracks." lie considered that this
would be a zreat benefit to the city, and
particularly the East side, and that it
should be done even if some had to suf
fer. He believed, however, that ail
property datnazed would be fully paid
for. Mr. Griswold expressed himself as
heartily in favor of the measure,
but said that he thought the
tracks should be lowered even
more than had been contemplated.
Here Mr. Kvan cut in again and sain he
could see no advantage in lowering the
tracks. In the past seventeen years
they had been on the - race \nd yet
no one had been killed. Be was re
minded, however, of the killing of a
whole family within the past two years
at the Merriman it Barrows crossing.
AldJ McGotran explained thai he was
the first that proposed the lowering of
the tracks by t!;e introduction of an or
dinance in the council several mouths
ago to compel the Great Northern road
to lower its tracks. This he had done
because be knew that the railroad com
pany proposed to build two new
bridges and thought it much better to
nave the tracks lowered at that time, as
It would be much harder later, and it
would eventually become necessarj*.
He also explained that whatever had
to be paid by the city would be pahl by
the city in general," and not the East
side, fcilas Brown said that while t'.;e
improvement would eventually benefit
the city generally, he did not expect to
live to see it benefit the East side, or to
be worth 51 to any of the residents of
the First and Ninth wards. Baldwin
Brown suggested that the council
should iirst ascertain the damage
to property owners, and arrange
that they "should be remunerated.
After some further discussion, it wf.s
decided that as the meeting had not
been fully advertised, and. only a small
proportion of those interested ere in
formed of it. arrangements should be
made for anottier meeting. Messrs.
Mareck, Griswold. Hayes, Patterson
and - hober were chosen a committee
to secure a hall and make arrangements
i'or the meeting.
FORCIiD TO RESIGN.
At Last John West Will Leave the
Workhouse Superin tendency.
The meeting which was called to take place
at 9 ociix-s ;ts;erdaT morning did not oon
vese mini 1>:1">. bnt at that hour all the
members cf the i-nsnl were present, asvrere
also fapi. West. Mrs.TavJor, theiuatrou, and
As»idst«i!t Sui>criu:enue:it Whelan. Air.'
Cioiiiier presented the report of be commit
tee on workhouse upon its investigation of
the charccs aeaius-t xtpt. West.
West w;is then accorded a hearinc.
a:;d in an earnest manner t rocewigd Ij tet
HOW TO % OTAIX SLEEP.
Half the People in St. Paul Trou
bled With Insomnia — The Way
'•Americans are frightfully hizhstnins
people," said a. phyrician to a Globe
reporter yesterday, "and as a result
they suffer greatly from sleeplessness.
if you were to get into the confidence of
St. Paul men and women you would
lipd that fully one-halt of them Slid it
difhcult to ret needed rest."
"Do !st. Paul people suffer mere than
those of other places?"'
"Probably not. But of course I r.rn
broujrni into the confidence of many
v, ho suffer from this cause, and I speak
of them particularly."
"1? the disease curable?''
'•The best answer 1 can give to that is
a letter from a friend of mine in Arling
ton, R. 1. It was written about two
months as and as he said I could use
it in any way 1 wished, it will be no
breach of confidence for tha Globe to
publish it. ; '
I he letter reads as folk
"My dear Doctor: For over a year I
have been troubled with what physicians
said was malaria, which was really a
general nervous debility and insomnia.
My whole being was aches and pains,
vrith severe headache ami lack of appe
tite. 1 have been for two weeks at a
time with not more than an hours
sle«.'p a mjrht. I lost flesh and was gen
"But now 1 sleep well, eat well, and
feel well, while my weight has in
creased from 101 to* I3i pounds. This
was all cue to the use of Paine's celery
compound, and I pronounce my radical
cure the result of using that grand yet
This letter was from Mr. '. C. Taylor,
a well-known citizen of Arlington, 11. ].
"Let the Globe readers know what
my friend wrote and what I have said. I .'
continued :he doctor. "Lot the sir*«r»
less laugh if they will at a simple rcm
j cdy like Paige's celery compound car
ing insomnia. But lei them take it.
I'll Her my reputation that it will
! positively cure nny one who will try it.
; and save them from physical debility and
1 mental disturbance that threatens" the
• ciave sr Iks insane asylum."
TIjE FAIXT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: TnrRPDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. 1891.
for.h his side of the case. He admitted bay
ing employed female , prisoners at his resi
dence, cut said that this tras the case in all
prisons -.7h?re the orisouers were more than
could be employed Inside the institution.
lie had iuvcf'.i'sted the Preston escape,
and had promptly suspended the matron.
He bad charged nuasell '.5 cents per day
tor the work of the prisoner Petersourupoh
bis Lara, lie said: "Last Mondavi met a
man at He creek vrho said to me: 'John.
what's the matter:' -I don't kuow." I re
plied. 'Why*' -Well.' ho said. 'a man just
told me that if I tro-ld testify to your em
ploying prisoner? on yonr ' r.ra I could hare
the blacJL-rcithing from the workhouse.''" N
In conc-lnsion. Mr. e'tfaid: "lam will
ing to resign at ai;y time. b»t. gentlemen, for
Gt»d's sate do not discharge me with a stain
upon my character that will go 10 my chil
dren a lid grandchildren. I have done my
duty, genilernen. ana I entreat you, gentle
men, to allow me to go without a siaia."
. Commissioner Oloutier said that while
Sutil West had don; nothing criminally he
had violated the ordinances mid he, there
fore, moved that he be allowed to resign.
The board ihen w«-nt 1:1:0 executive session
«ud examined cs witnesses bupL West, Dep
uty Wbelan and Herman uoss.
After a session 01 nearly an boor the board
E<ijonmed aud gave to the ■waitiue reporters
the following resolutions:
lU solved. That it i? the sense of this board
that Matron Taylor be reprimanded for care
lessness ia allowing Prisoner Preston posses
sion of her citizens clcihiag. and with this
reprimand ihnt Matron Taylor be reinstated
-and directed iieresJter to see that such an oc
currence may not nappeu again.
The report of the committee having besn
read, and Superintendent West bavins been
heard iv his own behalf end said board be
ing cf the opinion, notwithstanding the
fact tL.it said --"uperiniendein has not beea
willfuJlr gniliy of anr criminal ecu yet that
his conduct of the institution has been
such that the best intere--is of the city
require his retirement: therefore be it
Kef-olved. Thst Cspt. West be mid he is
hereby rtqeened to ;e:;der his res-iscatien as
such superintendent. 10 take effect on the
2lst diy of the present month.
("apt. Wosi stated iha: his formal roiena-
Uou would be sctmitted to the board 10-day.
Dnriug the •noon thero vra* cousid
e:-aLJe speculation us jo who Sant. West's
sneeessfir Trill be. There are already four or
rive c andiJaif s for the oiSee all more or less
confident of sneces*. Deruty Superintemieut
« hsilen is next iv line of promotion and his
chances are considered cood. John Duffield.
ex-Aid. Heranlt. Pani s-chmpdeman an<l Jlatt
Uross are aJ;-o amoug ihe number. Those
who appear to tuow spoke very strongly of
>i ait Gross' chances yesierdiH'.
Explain Ac^in. Smith.
11. Jay Smith's projected barrel palace
seems destined to meet with doili . but
scorn at tbe hands of the practical tnilders
of the eisy of Minneapolis. One and aiL so
lar as seen, they repudiate tbe idea tba: such
a structure could te auythinsr but a failure.
Tbey say thai there is no' use in talkiniraboni
a taiug." '1 he tain ned the sen wor.ld so 3ct
r.poa it tbst it would be no strousrer than a
man of straw crter a lew days of exposure.
Painting would not help it a bit. Charles
Mors-e, of Uaplin <t Morse, says that the only
way to protect such a buiidinirfrcm the effect
of the -sveatiier would be to cover it -With lar
p&alins or hold an umbrella over it. Archi
tect Dujiuell indones the opinion of Fred
Kees, voiced a lew days ago. M: Smith
muit do a lot of "squarine' before he can
get ibat idea of his adopted.
But smith is not xrorrring stall about what
the erchitects ssiy of bis barrel palace. He
has behind hiai whst be considers good au
tbority for saying thai the scheme is per
fectly feisiUe. itAt authority is nothine
155" than the opinion of Building Inspector
Hazen. Mr. Ilazeu has examined" the plans
drawn >ip by bin:;ii wiih a good deal of
care. He is sati-ried that a *tron? build
ing, one that will do all that could be
expecud cf a building at the world's fair,
can be made cf b.-.rrels. He says that he is so
well Fatitted with ihe plans of -~mnh that he
wcuid, without hesitation, issue a permit for
the construction of such a Luilding in Min
neapolis. Uazen. as buiidinj: "inspector.
oupin to know wbal te is taiting about, is
BILLY MASON'S RELEASE.
He Left the Workhouse on an
Order From Judge Flliotr.
Billy Mason, the witness who absent
ed himself from the recent trial of De
tective M. E. Doyle for an aliened as
sault upon Henry Wells, and who was
sent to the workhouse for thirty days
for contempt of court in con sequence,
wa< released Tuesday. On account of
certain circumstances of the case, the
release of Mason, after seven days' con
finement, occasioned some comment,
and Judge Elliott was asked j-esterday
concerning the matter. He said:
"I do not crdintrily hive ajiy statement to
mate in a matter ol ihis kind, bat in this
iiiMsnee I Trill Mate ihe facts. Ma-oa v.he
In contempt of court and the trouble iras
sclely between him and the court. The
order for h:a release was sizned by xnvself. «s
I was informed that be was sufferine from
consumption. A* a matter of fact, he has
been sick in bed about all the time he has
been i:p tbere. I mou;ni he cad been suf
ficiently i>unj«hed tiy serving seven days
sud rayinza Tine of Jri'A lie is really a tick
man. and I was informe-i by ths physician
mat one of his lunfrs is entirely gone.' 5
He Gives Its Tale in a Divorce
Gustavo* A. Walter against Mary M.
Walter is r. novelty in the line of di
vorce su: ■-. It is a case in which the
husband charges the wife with cruel
and inhuman treatment— in most cases
it Is vice versa. Gustavus is only
twenty-nine years of age. and his wife
is two years younger. They were mar
ried nine years a?o— before either of
them wasot acre— and are now the par
ents of two children, the eldest of ■ .lorn
is nine years of age. Guitavus says his
wife has treated bin "like a doc" for
several years: she has slapped his fae* 1 ,
struck him over the head with a chair,
callt-d him bad names and abused him
in various other ways. He says that
she has to!d him in the presence of
ether people that she "despised him
aad couldn't bear to have him in her
(OOgradu- /y^ All yV Can place
ates in po- / v NOW>^^v v 200 Ycung
sitions the P^^^p--@p THE: f^E) Men when
j past sum- s^^ XIIviE -^^/ ready next
mer. TA \s^ year '
' A.>7lD 15E1K.8 13 THE FIL-A.O'il,
Bower Shorthand School, Kiuapiib:
9 Catalosne flailed Free on Application.
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ST. ANTHONY PARK. ■IWIBmi.
Midway Bet weea SilnneapoKs &nd Su Pad fortia
Safe, Speedy and Permanent
Drunkenness, the Opium, Morphine, Cocaine and
TVK IWITF I\Vr«TICATIO'
-t m r-, \ -
Manufacturers, .Jobt<rs and Dealers la
Guns. Rifles. Revolvers sod Aifiiwaition. Bicycles. Skates and Spirting SooJs
Of c-verj- description. Gun Kepairinc a Specialty. Northwestern Agents for '•'•".z
tbcslcr Rifle*. Dapoiu's Celebrated Gunpowder. Hercules Dvucinite,
36 WASHINGTON AVENUE SOUTH, MINNEAPOLIS.
sicht." The husband, fmther com
plitinin?, says his wife enjoys the "com
pany oi stransrers, and often remiii-S
away from homa until very latl? at
ni^'ht. The complaint lavs particular
stress npnn the clurze that Mary re
fuses to cohabit with Gustavus. A de
cree of divorce and the custody of the
children is what Gustavas prays of the
LAY ON. M WADE!
Appearance of a War Cloud in
Company A's Ranks.
There is a small max on in the ranjjs
.of Company A. It besran a lone iirise
a?o, and one of the heaviest bit
ties was fought last Monday - rickt. !
; The decisive engagement has not yet
| been foaeht. An attempt was made to
i keep the details from the public, but
they have leaked oat. It is all on ao
count of the discharge of one "Dick".
Me Wade from the company. At tne
ineetins Monday nisht MeWade was 1
found iiuilty of general insubordination.
! and it was decided to re him from the.
company forthwith, give him a dishon-
J orable discharge, as it is called in ;
; militia circles. Now McWade is very
warm. He has bezun to talk very
Houdly about what he mi] do with the :
! men who have pat this slight upon him.
He says that Capt- Ames is at the bot
tom of "it all. Ames, he says, has "had
it in for him. fur a Ion? time. This is
nis way of eettins; even." McWade.witn
' many a >tronjr asseveration, declares
tint he has never been guilty of any
thins savoring of insubordination ex
oeptTtalkine in the ranks and answering
in a lar^e, strong voice at roil call. And
these faults, he claims, are not suffi
cient to warrant the discharge of a
stalwart yountr man who is an honor to
the company from a social standpoint.
But he admits that in private life he
has intimated that Fred Ames would be
nior" at home as a lay figure than as a
captain of the crack military company
of the state. But McWade will fieht:
aye, to the very door of the governor he
will press his claim to justice, nor one
jot or tittle of his protestations of inno
cence will fee abate until the foul dis
honor dune his name is burned aud
purged away,. «
The Third Trial of the Little Po
Leo Heilpem is en trial for the third
! time on tHe charge of embezzlin?-abor.t
SS.OOO from the Columbia Mill company.
The second trial of the little Polander
was a repetition of the first, and the
| present trial pronii>es no new develop
i ments. The prosy story of Heilpern's
tiausactions while acting as buuk keener
I fen the mill company is to be cone over
i ajain. It lias bten published in the
newspapers a dozen times. Leo is con
fident of acquittal t:iis time, and already
announces that he will go Into business
as an '"expert accountant" in this city
as soon as the trial is over, if the jury
disagrees this time, it is very probaole
that the case will be noilrd by the
county attorney. The present jury is
I composed of the following jrnt'.einen:
J. Kameran. Qu
D. M.' I -
chant, v. A. Nordbunt, Thomas K:l-
The Bridee Will Be Repaired.
The council committee on roads and
bribes met yesterday afternoon and consid
ered a number cf smaii matters referred to it
at the lest meeting. The ' recommendation
cf the city engineer that the Temn avenue
s-onth bridge be repaired at a cost cf SXU^'l
was favorably acted on.
The peiitio'n from the Minneapolis Land
Investment company as-kins; that Twenty
niiuh street l«e graded, from Hennepin ave
nue to Lake sii-f^et. and thence to Calhoun.
was- recGmiaendeii. " --
The iiemioa u^kir:?-.ihat Use enrbinc on
boia sides of Monroe*irtetrfrom Third ave
nue northeast to Broadway, b* moved back,
ten incEe*. It what the peiiriouers c!aim is
the tree curb line, xras denied, as the oily en
gineer reported mat the vreisnt curb line is
Winter Millinery <«rsiid Oi»«-n-
At-Mme. Coe's, 524 Nicollet, Thursday
Thur*«laj- and Friday at lime.
"C 4 Xicollet,
The Minnear>olis cram men bare in con
sideration a scheme for stilling the prejudice
a?ai:;frt this city ec:crteined by the farmer*
ot the Dakotis. It is proposed to brin^ the
Dakota fanners do-.t a here, show them the
mills, five them a ion? loot at the crcin in
*i>ect;on bvyiem. and then take their. to din
ner at the Weti. la that way it is ictended
tomai:ethe Dakota farmer* a friend of the
?vliunenjjul:s crr.iu market.
SICKHEADACHE- . :;ie Liver Pill,
SICKnEADACHE- Car . orsL; ., ;eI
rADAcnE- Carer§l;; .
£J^- :S ;^L£L& «$■ *> <d
VJ fc ft* ft* ft* ft* ft* i^ ,i^. t^ ]sf
J-J^ GLOBE. NOT. 12. />
A S^ 9 I fi^H I I 818
i^'f^ ■ ■ Furniture and Carpet Co.
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S DRAPERY wEEKj^
( Aa f f
j| SPECIALBARGJjN NO. 8 $S
% TO-DAY ! $
■£. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, ',/-
if But 0:1 no other day. we will sell 10 any one. other fy>
-—.'— than a dealer, onr entire line of . _.-^
'f 4% ■ j
_!£ ' -ALSO _!£:
% DERBY SATINS IZk
A # And In fact ALL OUR LIGHT DRAPERIES, at just *^, ,
.> _ [<£*
— v /^^ Our Regular Prices, -J&
*7] Over 53.000 in this offering:. This is also no joke. *7j "" |
if A Si ecial Bargain No. 3. viz: On- entire line of ALEX- f/*
-^.-^ ANDES SMITH & SONS' BEST QUALITY MOOUETTE -^ —
/i CARPETS at 98 cents per yard, is also running for Vj
[^ the balance of this week. J f£,
>*f ~~ Don't come in next week and complain that you did 35S
'i not have ample notice of this GREAT BARGAIN, or 'i,
V wait just a little too Ion? to secure a pattern that '£*
yf pleases you. To-day our assortment is unbroken. <?] %r ""
'%, I. S. Orders by mail for these Special Bargains will *' f ,
__ '.>£ be filled if the postmark bears the date of tha day on [£*
*y*i which same was offered or the day following". " T^j*
•&. T"|O YOTjlire *t a disamce ? One Pencil I 1I Am I" r\ ft Iftr% A >*
•^ mr« the Postal. on a Miau:e.«nd your*- IMI UIT P 1 |J (J Jj j < 'i
" ', r.ishine pood* ii the Tn::M Stfc-ei. We □ Big • '
V i pay freieht 100 miles. - ■■•a:r:« of C*rpet«. I 111 A,
- ••— ■■"■■ ",i,f. 'i»Tif-"vr,ii 111 Furniture and •~^
A- i DS SOLD on our partial pavmeatk 1 U Carpet Co., /i
_!?: i Ocean. One-third. one-founli. oro:ie-f.!ih M Sixth St. and J^
*7l wm- ■■»- "°' Jt " y - °" e f!!! e ,. 10 .^!:. j First Ay. South
f/^ r The Liberal f/^
-^ JC- O=:ce. Store :tnd for tLaKpncerbrr- 3 nuustJ
•' -: ii-?ec*<i from lie cpjiar Xorrawa«e (j TTt-j rtn ' cVi pre *J
f* comer of the Attic to tie lower Sostietst X fUIUISIICIS. .»
— .'— —"—'' ' r : _? Vf T . L. Harris, Prop, _: *£*
J$ J^ ~J$ -J^ _^ _^! U^! _^! _^ Ik
tfp i^ > > i^ [^ i> i^ i^ i^ i^^
Is attracting great attention from all musicians and
musical people. It is manufactured right here in Min
nesota. It is one of us." "It is here to stay." "It is
strictly fhst-class.*' "There are no finer Pianos made.*'
Call and see them.
WHITNEY'S MUSIC STORE, East Third St., St. Paul.
, CENTURY PIANO COMPANY, Minneapolis.
ill AlJLiifU jnst issned ' onr new Fall Cata
<~-<_t._,*_- j losrne. The largest and best illns-
Si r?l?|i " trated Catalogue of Honse-Fur::ish-
A iL\ A** jLA in? Goods issued in the West.
fT^/^ Lower prices than ever before
i IB noted.
T" y __ Send us your name and address,
A and we will mail you a Catalogue
Ail I free - -
A T^ T^ T^ T^ O O Please mention where you saw the
ADDRESb. I Jidvertisement.
F. H. PETERSON & CO.,
73 & 75 Sixth St, South, Minneapolis.
FURNITURE, CARPETS. STOVES, ETC
ITI mi/CDC llin Dl AUTO ' rhß fcnert Oat Flowers and desirosfor wed
rLUWtlld ANU I LAnlO. * IE "- 11 *. Parties, etc BMitifu!. strong
IL.UIIUIIU flllU lUnillUt be^i^y bedding and bouse plants, and everrthins*
for the jirden. grreenhons? er lawn. TeJefT*v^ onieru tilled. Choice Flower :r>eihls aj
S!KM>i:MiAI.JL^. beta for Catalogue. lSFocrili Street Sout^i.Ttluueu|»uli«.
RICHAED GENEES BEAUTIFUL
" 3ST.A. IST O 3sr ! "
Given as only the
CABLETOS OPtSI CO.
Can Give II !
Tomorrow— -THE GONDOLIERS."
Monday Nieat— MARLOWE.
GRE.IT \ O
Si ESS OPKR.I V*>.
I TlaUnee I PRETTY PZI. SI V>\
1 Sainrdav I Prices. 10.20 and aSe.
* Boxes, Tsc and SI.
FOlir MOfB Donnelly & Girard,
Chances »■ */ *•»*< ■
t« 1/x.oi.i ; -Natural Gas.
10 LQU^n • - xt Snndar M^iinee.
iw I.UM&UI TheCKUIsKEEXLAWy.
FALL STYLES READY.
Suits. Overco&is. P unrishiaes. Hats and
C*p«. Furs. Boots and Shoes. Complete Out
nth for .Men and Boys.
I iiuo»i Liberality*
Cor. >~icoiiet At. and Tsird St_ Minneapolis
Cor Seventh and Robert st«.. St. Paul
H?BB*pin ATfacf. C-»njfr F«nrth Street,
MINNEAPOLIS, - MINNESOTA.
TI. • '-". -l--t :u-i O»1t reliable r~ * difi! of&ce of its kind in
Gw nty as t\ ill He seen Ly consnlting eld ties of the daUy
|iI«M i>sclarlr rrMlaaled a*4 !re=ilT qnalilr4: k.vi
eii^aped in Chronic, Nervoas -..:m nD.«a. l A friend
ly talk coMfc DOlLLuf. If inconvenient to v.iit tic c.ty for
tr»«tni' zuenicu.e sei:t by mail or express, iree from
ol<senrnt3au. raUl ra«e* f-uraaleed. 1 1 c— J: exists
vt «sy m. Hours — 10 to 12 a. m., 2to 4 and TtoS p. m. ;
Smidirs. . to 3p. m. li" * cannot cose state ctfe by
HarVftll" Plohi'ifw Orf«Bie Weatnes«. rmii Htm
ntJlVOUa UcSliilj, '. L.ek «.f l«t ? t. n.vn<»i
Urrar, llr*'T*l tr^ia luaiscretions. Esce«s, luJrltrcnee er
Ej]K»aie. t.ri-auciEit «cave of the following eflfcv:-: Ser-
TousiiM^MvlitlitT. ' r:mncss cf SJ^ht/Stif-Disirurt, It
fectiTF Memory. Piirn on the face. Aversion to rsjeiety.
Loss of An-bi'tioa. Ur.ftness to Marry, Melancholy, Dys
jwpsia, >;.--.tri Pcvfjopicent, Low of Pt/trer, T^ins in
Cie 1 jrk, etc., are treated xrith access. -- ;!t. Priv*t»lj-.
s«rr4iiT. Unnatural Di3Char£es Cured
Blood, Skin and Venereal Diseases. sK
•fiect'ES Bt«iy, Xose. Tliroat. Skin and Bones, Bloichr*.
ITn*rHtTT.'i BfTr*. Eczema. Old Sores, Ulcers, F&mfd SweU
incf, from nhat»ver rinse, rfwitively »nd furever driren
frois the«r«v>in by meaiia of Safe. Tlae-te»lr4 %rme4ir%.
StiS and S>voiiea J»«Dtt and Eheuniitisir., tiie reMilt of
B:(*dPoi^.n. P»,itiTely Cured. KIDNEY AND UR
INARY Cotiplaiiua. Paitfrxl. Itiflicuit. too frequent cr
Elo«st L'nne, li»Mfrbwt and Strirtnre proirptly cured.
PATADDU ThroM. Kw. Lhb- I»«nue«: Onctita-
UnlnnJin. and Acquired Weaknesses oi Both
Seues treated ;nrre««fu'Jy. It i« self -evident that a_jAys
ician payinc parrirniar attention to a elfc.es of cases auoins
preat skill. Every known application is re*ort?d to and the
irc«e.l foot remeilies of all arcs and eomiiries are used.
*• FxperiiarEU are Made. l>n acconrt of the great
cumber of cases applying the chirces are kept low; often
lower tl.ac otiiers. Skill and perfect cures are iaportant.
till or wnte. ><iapii.m !i»t and paopbiet free I.t naiL
Tbe IVirt.ir Las scrcessfxiily treated and cared •arcs
of M:n Uit< city ar.d the Xorthwest. All consult al ions,
either '•}' rcai! or verbal, are -•. Mas «r;ciJ} confiden
tial, an<i ire civen perfect priTarr.
DR. BRINLEY, Minneapolis, Minn.
226 Washington At. South. Co:- |iS^4~SI
ncr 3d Av.,Minneapolis, Minn. wT!^^
graduate. Devoted Co fcSNEWga
year' to .*:o>-ei:=l srd special of- £M|tr?9
rice practice. .-.rai.tees to cure, BCmx|^l
witaout c"-js-::c or mercury. p««2s^-i?3
chronic or poisonous d:*eft«*s (.f JT"«>«»*.£*S
the blood, Threat, nose e?d sfcin. gf j'lfyWi
kidney. bladder and kindred or- PKrtirfSfl
f«.ii«. nervous, physical .-.r.d o-- HjaKa
gsn-c weakness, crave!, stricture, EMSvS
e:<\ Acute" or chrome urinary u_R9
diseases cured ;u ;■: :o 2 cars by f~*~'_ rj^j
a local remedy. No csuKeous Bl^Ej^fl
Arags uf-ei. Hours 10 to -£• fc-HjjJsSi
m.. -:o '■'■ and Titsc. ■:.. bun- S-^S'^^3
ey -J to 3p. 21. nil or write. ■UHhBB
NERVE, BRAIN. STOMACH
AND KIDNEY CURE!
Dr. E. C. V\EST'S i 2SJS2SS
<r Hysteria. 1 ujiemj, Fits. Neuralgia, Wjke
twlawß, VfL'.»'. Erf re»:ou,su teiiiuz o the I raia
let nit ir q lit :i.«Ki.:iy and loading to mistrr
ctcey Rtd death. Pretnature Old Ape. r»rrt!!i.tV
l.of» o: l"oir*r in either »ex. InroiuiiUiry Losses
and Sp^rmatorrLara caoced by over-extrtiono.tlie
Irai::. .-el -atu^e or ovfr-iudulpenc^. Each box
uKti'.ns one merit h's t: estment, f 1 a lx>x, or six
l< r t5. »«iii by mail prepaid. With each order or
tix kczes, »:ll iri.a tmrch&ser t'tutrtuttr 10 re
ii d irency ii ;iiclreatu.cnt :ails u> cure. <jis.ir
n •• • ' iirc'ed x.i. ■ cecoice icld only by JOS. K.
I.CI I LJ> I'rcrf:fl.ccr. Sd fctretl ati.iUlAv
tv.ti'. Mini eapili*. Minn.
JAS. F. WILLIAMSON
COUNSELOR AND SOLICITOR.
Two years as an examiner in - .a3 U. 3
ratent Office. Fire years" prae :»-2D
!31 Guaranty Loan Building. Minneapolis
S*J4 Pioiicer Press Buiidins;, SL Pan'
PAUL & i.RWIX. patetit lawyers and solici
tors, GSG-GK) Tetuple Court, Minneapolis: 912
Pioreer Pre^s Buildins, St. Paul, and Washing
ton, D. C Eslsblishe-1 s«ren years in Miuueapo
lis aa<l loar years ia sL I'a.ul.
China _ R» Hi UCnCUCD Electric
Decorntlr.c. lla ill iILULuLu. Grindins
207 Niccliet Avenue, Minneapolis. Minn.
Dealers in IXL Poctot Knives, tuclis>h
Carvers. Razors. Shears asd a fni! ..re of
Toilet Articles. I.'a>or6, Shears, Clippers
and States Sharpened.
703 Kicoils! if!.. M'fretfEiis,
Ii by far t-» JSe*'. Zq^i»?»d »c I>rr: Patron
ize. aehool cf )i* klad IB -i« NcrUsvrttt.
Lasirea-Hi.fadftcft;. 3*l Mad«tu*. Five
teacber* »iaiMOyed a she MlOfiTli.*>o
l)epar.sieiii fcloac The A«T«ll. Bl -I-
M;j» Dcptr:aei;i ef tfce b.<;h.->i.'. is jsecx
ceile£. Enter any tJHif. Tuition rates very
lair. Bay and Eveaias School. Ihe KN»
til.lSHDepart2.ent is largely «i:r : r.ded.
Circular* Vrec. A<l<3re»»
T. J. CATON, President
C. F. GORDON. J. B. GORDON, ; :
501 TO 537 HICOLIET AVi
Nothing has ever stirred np
quite such a commotion in our
Linen Department as the Hem
stitched and Open Work Irish)
Linens in Doilies, Center Piesesy
Tray Cloths, Sideboard SeariS
and Carving Cloths advertised)
this week. We expect a still
bigger commotion the rest of
the week, as the news of the ex
traordinary values continue^
to spread. Do as others are do
ing-anticipate your Christmas
wants, as yon can make one dol
lar here do the work of two.
The special sale of Gents
Silk Underwear advertised
will be continued to-morrow,
Other special attractions in
the same department for this
week as follows: i
A lot of Men's All-Wool
Scarlet Shirts and Drawers at
69c: reduced from $1.
Another lot of All-Wool
Scarlet Shirts and Drawers at
89c that were $1.25.
Odd sizes in (Tents* Cashmere
Wool Shirts and Drawers al
81.25: they were $1.75.
We are selling the besi
Natural Wool Shirts and Draw
ers at $1 to be found in the city
for the money. The Shirts are
made with ribbed skirts and
extra long: wrists. The Draw
ers are male with Gussets. 9
inch ribbed ankle, and both
have Pearl buttons.
Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests,
high neck, short sleeves, the
celebrated Northwestern Knit
ting Co. ? s goads, at 69c. Tiiey
were the 81 quality.
37c buys our Ladies' White
Merino Vests in 503 quality,'
which was the price when we
had both Vests an 1 Pants.
Another ease of those Ladies'
Heavy Rib]) • I Vests and Pant?, !
same as w i sold at 25c. The
price on this case will b3 tha
Ladies' White Merino Tests
at 25-: regular price is 40c.
Ladies" Combination Suits
in the American Hosiery Co.'s
goods. White Merino at 81.50,
92, $3 and $3.50: need from
82. $2.75, $4 and $5.
Children's and Misses' Ribbed
Shirts and Pants in heavy
weight at 25c.
Boys Flannel Shirt Waists,
sizes from 4 to 14 years, 25c
each. Particularly <rood value.
We have just received a new
line of Flannel Shirt Waists,
sizes from 4 to 14 years, which
we shall sell at 50c, and we
consider them the best value for
the money we have ever seen.
Black Cashmere Wool Shirt
Waists just received, all sizes',
4 to 14 years, at $1.25.
Splendid values in Men's
Flannel Shirts, gray and
brown mixed, at $1.25.
Fancy Striped Flannel Shirt?,
81.50: special for this sale.
A very handsome assortment
at $1.75, $2 and upwards to
A lot of Gents' All-Wool
Cardigan Jackets has been sent
us. As it is a class of goods we
do not carry, we shall place
them on sale at manufacturer's
prices to close them out rath
er than return them.
A lew words about Arctics
We carry a full line, all
styles, th bast makes only, of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Overshoes. The following will
give you an idea of the p rices:
Ladies' Rubbers, all st yles,
35c to 50c.
Ladies Fleece-Lined Rub
bers. 50c to 75c.
Ladies' Alaskas, 75c to $1.
" Ladies' buckled Arctics, $1.
Ladies' two-buckle Arctics,
Extra high-buttoned Arctics,
the best quality, $2.
Misses' best quality Rub
bers, light or heavy. :;.>.
Misses' ileece-lined Rubber?,
Misses' Alaskas, best quality,
Misses' Arctics. 79c to 90c.
Children's Rubbers, 25c to
Children's fleece-lined Rub
Children's Arctics, 60c to