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One of our advantages over many
would-be competitors is in the fact
that we sell
while they only deal in "cheap"
Piano 3 We don't touch this kind
of g-oods. We do show you, however,
the best Pianos in the world, and
give best value for the money you
spend. We prove this every day in
the year.
For an elegant Steinway Upright
may interest you.
Secures a handsome Knabe, fit for
a palace.
Largest Music House in Uie Northwest.
Sole Agents for Steinway and
Knabe Piano : .
21-23 W. sth St., St. Paul.
Denser, Who Han Spent the Winter
on »ln' Farm \ear Le Sueur. In
<><>o«i Shane Shugart and Hitter
Arrive Front Pennsylvania la
bel! Si»«Mit the Lone Winter Look
lnii After Head and Down Wood.
Roger Denzer, Frank Shugart, Frank
Isbell, Edward Burke and Catcher Rlt
ter. members of Comiskey' s 189S pennant
winners, arrived in the city yesterday,
and reported to the manager at Lexing
ton Park. The boys all look to be in fine
condition, and are apparently In shape to
get into the game immediately.
Glenalvin, Fricken and Cross will re-
I ort tomorrow. Preston has spent the
winter here, so that of the old men on
the team only Geier and Gillen are un
accounted for. Denzer spent the winter
months at Le Sueur, working on his
father's farm. Roger has evidently
taken good care of himself. He is brown
as a Sioux Indian, and he has the
springy step and the healthy look of a
trained athlete.
Shugart wintered at his home at Dv
Bats, Pa. He, too, shows the effect of
the course in the gymnasium which he
took during the cold months.
Isbell wintered at North Branch, and put
In his time accumulating a supply of
tlead and down timber of the sort best
liked by the women folks, who keep the
stoves hot during the cold days.
Ritter came on from Allegheny City, i
Pa., and is fit to play ball today.
The boys begin to draw their salaries
h week from tomorrow, so it is quite
probable that Manager Comiskey will
lind something for them to do in the
way of practice by that time. The men
are in the dark as to just what the
programme for preliminary work will be.
The park is In poor condition. It Is
doubtful if it can be gotten into proper
shape for practice work much before
tin. time for the opening of the season,
on the 27th. at Kansas City. Parties rent
ed the grounds for skating purposes last
winter, and there is at peresent about
two feet of solid ice over the diamond.
"Dutch" Tried to Box With Tommy
Ryan, bat Failed.
DUBUQUE, lowa, April 6.— Tommy
Ryan and "Dutch" Neal met here tonight
in a twenty round bout for a purse of
$1,000. Neal made such a poor showing
that Referee George Siler stopped the
bout and gave Ryan the decision in the
.sixth round. From the start Ryan played
with his opponent, knocking him down
twice in the third lound. In the fourth
nnd fifth Neal was severely punished and
in the sixth he went down three times.
Siler then stopped the bout.
(.iivermir of That State Signs Bill
Lfgal i/.l "n Boxing.
DENVER, Col.. April 6.— Gov. Thomaa
today signed the bill passed by the gen
"oral assembly legalizing prize fights when
conducted by licensed clubs.
I . of C. Team to Compete.
PHILADELPHIA, April 6.— Coach
Stagg, of the University of Chicago, has
notified the committee in charge of the
- relay races to be held In this city on
April 29, that he will send a relay team
here to compete. Burrows, Chicago's
■printer, will be among the entries in the
120 yards event.
AKsiodated \\ heclin.-n Committee.
The committee of the .associated wheel
men met at noon at the Commercial club
yesterday and elected W. P. Confarr per
manent secretary. A. B. Choate, of Min
neapolis, was present and conferred with
the members. The following persons were
appointed a committee to codify cycling
laws and ordinances for the information
of wheelmen: C. B. Gedney, O. P. Reyn
olds anil J. E. Meyers.
FamoMM Stallionat to Race.
DURUQUE, 10., April 6.— George West
has accepted Andrew McDowell s chal
lenge to race Oakland Rgainst any stal
lion except Dlrectum Kelly for 15,000, and
will be trotted at the Dubuque fall meet
w ::i«<mi WIH Be Referee.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 6.— Walter
\\ atson has been chosen to referee the
glove contest between George Greene
Torturing Disfiguring
And every form of itching, burning, bleeding, -
•> scaly, pimply, and blotchy skin, scalp, and
blood htunors, with loss of hair, instantly »
lieved and speedily cured by warm baths with
Coticura Soap, gentle anointings vrith Cdti
ovra, the great akin cure, and full doses of
Ci'ticitha Eesolvext, greatest of blood part
ften and humor cures.
and "Mystrious Billy"' Smith tomorrow
night. It has been agreed that he shall
have the privilege of ordering extra
rounds in the event of the contest ap
pearing to be fairly equal at the conclu
sion of the twenty rounds called for by
the articles of agreement.
Kin.. Weather (iireeted Them on
Their First Day'a Play.
NEW YORK, April «.— Fine weather
greeted the Lakewood, N. J.. golfers to
day, who went out to the Ocean County
Hunt club to take part in the opening
rounds of the special three days' golf
tournament. Three golfers took part In
the (tualifying- 18-hoW; round for the chief
trophy, ft wilvei cup, presented by Arthur
B. Claflin, known as the chairman's cap.
Those who qualified for the chairman's
cup and vice president's cup played their
first round at match play in the after
noon with the following result:
Chairmans cup, llrst round — A. J. Will
ington. Oakley, beat S. S. Chaimeey,
Dyker Meadow, by one up; F. J. J. De
Raasmes, Golf Club of Lakewood, beat A.
P. Clapp, Dyker Meadow, 5 up and 4 to
play: F. A. Waltham, beat H. G. Gortts,
Essex county, 7 up and « to pay; J. O. H.
Denning, Pittsburg. beat R. W. Hougli
ton, Milwaukee, 3 up and 2 to play; A. W.
Blark. Lakewood, beat" J. B. Shea, Alle
gheny Country club. 5 up and 4 to pay;
A. B. Claflin, Ocean county, beat Frank
Denning. Allegheny Country club, t> up
and 4 to play; F. N. Freeman, Fairfleld
county, beat E. C. Murdock, Shincock
Hills. :i up and 1 to play; Dr. Burdette
O'Connor, Staten Island Cricket club,
beat J. W. Chick. Alston, 8 up and 6 to
Vice president's cup, first round —
William A. Putnam, Dyker Meadow, beat
beat C. H. Hamilton. Deal Beach, ti up
and 5 to play: J. S. Taylor, Powellton.
beat Bruce Price, Tuxedo, 3 up and 2 to
play; Delane Townsend, Norwood, a bye;
G. Worthlngton, Mount Anthony, beat S.
B. Farris, Lakewood, 7 up and 5 to play;
W. F. Roland, Nantucket. beat C. S.
Haijeht, Ocean county, 2 up and 1 to play;
E. R. Walker, Ocean county, beal N. G.
Carman, 1 up, 19 holes; J. W. Caldwell,
Morris county, a bye.
Players In Chens Tourney.
NEW YORK. April 6.— lt 13 announced
here that the following men will play in
the international chess tournament •at
London :
For America— Pillsbury, Steinitz. Sho
For England— Burn. Blackburne, At
kins. Lawrence.
For Germany— Lasker, Tarasch, Wal
brodt, Lipke.
For France— Janowski.
For Russia— Alapin, Tschigorin, Schif
For Austria— Schlechter.
For Hungary— Charousek. Maroczy.
"Bert Jones has an odious collection
of benders and shoots," said Jack O'Con
nor to a correspondent of the St. Louis
Republic at Hot Springs the other day.
"You have heard of drops, ins and outs,
and even of Breitenstein's famous 'bust
ball,' which comes up opposite the bat
ter's eyes and then explodes a la shells
of Uncle Sam's artillery around old Mor
ro castle. Jones has balls that discount
that. He can put more different kinds of
twists on a base ball and make it travel
more different ways at once than any
man 1 know barring Cy Seymour, whose
shoots are not shots or curves or
straights or anything else known to base
ball. 1 can best describe the Infinite va
riety of Seymour's delivery by calling it
his spray ball. It cornea in such a man
ner as to make you think there are ten
balls sailing up to you for "all'- the world
like the jets of water which issue from a
spray. I take off my cap to Seymour,
but he has not got Jones beaten very ,
The Buffalo Express says that if Louis
ville is dropped by the National league
Comiskey will leave St. Paul and locate
in the Kentucky city. Anything is pos
sible in base ball, but it fs improbable
that Comiskey will leave his fine park
and big investment in St. Paul to try
his fortunes in a city where he would .
be obliged to divide his profits with oth- .
ers. — Milwaukee Sentinel.
At Indianapolis the w£ather'ls fine and
warm, and the players are rapidly get
ting Into condition. Among the players
in training there are Chauncey Fisher,
Asa Stewart, Third Baseman Hlckey, I
Pitcher Newton, Tom Ramsey, BeviUe,
John White, of the Buffalo club, and
Amos Rusle.
A Kansas City exchange says that Roth
fuss will be a member of Manning's team
this season and in now on his way to
Kansas City, but during the Western
league meeting here two weeks ago Man
ning said he did not want Rothfuss. He
will be used in all probability in the out
McFarland declines to .sign with In
dianapolis because the contract does riot
specify the length of the playing Season.
Next. Saturday the Chicago and Kansas'
City teama will begin an exhibition series
of games at Kansas City.
W. W. Sanders and W. L. Bruner, of
Morrlstown, Term., a pair of pitchers, are
in Indianapolis to be given a trial by the
Hoosler team.
President Young has authorized Picker
ing to sign with any club he desires to,
and he has affixed has signature to an-
Indlanapolis contract.
Amos Rusie Is getting into condition in
Indianapolis and practices daily with the
team under the management of Bob
Indianapolis hopes to get Cllngman to
play third base if Louisville is dropped by
the National league.
Pitcher Hastings now announces that
he will join the Kansas City team before
the season opens. _
Destination of \orth Atlantic
Squadron Is Ulude Public.
NEW YORK, April 7.— The Massachu
setts will sail from the Brooklyn navy
yard this morning, to join Admiral Samp
son's squadron at Trinidad. On the ar
rival of the Massachusetts the squadron
will proceed to Southampton, England.
When the North Atlantic squadron left
this country it was expected to return on
May 1. Since then the plans of the gov
ernment have been changed, and one fleet
will remain in English waters until the
lsf of August.
This Is the first visit of American battle
ships to England. The British govern
ment is already preparing to receive the
squadron in a manner which will do much
to increase the friendly feeling between
England and the United States. The
Doke of York was commissioned recently
an honorary captain of the British navy,
and will personally welcome the American
The North Atlantic squadron is com
posed of the flagship New York. Capt.
Chad wick; the Brooklyn. Capt. Cooke;
the Massachusetts.^Capt. Nlcoll Ludlow;
the Indiana. Capt. Henry Taylor.
Consolidated Street Railway Com
pany Line* Are Tied I p.
BAY CITY, Mich.. April 6.— The trou
ble which has been brewing for several
weeks between the Bay City Consolidat
ed Street Railway company and its em
ployes reached a climax tonight at T
o'clock, when all the lines were tied up.
The strikers demand that Motorman
Kidd, who was discharged for refusing
to instruct a non-union man, be rein
stated; also that working hours be re
duced from twelve to ten hours a day,
to conform with state laws; that wages
be increased from 12\£ cents per hour to
16 cents, and that in cases of dispute
which cannot be settled between com
pany and employes, arbitration shall be
resorted to, the findings to be binding on
both parties. •
Horrible F»te or Samuel M. Graham,
a Prominent Pennsylvaulan.
uel M. Graham, well known throughout
Central Pennsylvania. was instantly
killed near this place today while at
tempting to get a kodak picture of .a
large stump which was about being
blown out of the ground with dynamite,
a sliver striking him on the neck and
nearly severing his head from the body.
He was a member of the firm of Gra
ham, Herd & Co.
a*. .
Mr. Beech Recovering;.
Mr. Charles E. Beech, the assistant
manager of the Metropolitan opera house,
so far recovered from the operation which
he. underwent last week that it was found
possible to remove him from the hospital
to his home on Dayton avenue yesterday
Already Nearly fifteen Thousand
Dollar* Ilus Bern Returned to
Fnruirra Who Were I.a-te In Send
ing In Their Ordem Regular
MeelliiK «►< the Prtaon Board
Pa role it (• ran ted.
STILL WATER* Minn., April 6.—(Spe
cial.)—The board of prison managers held
Its regular monthly meeting at the prison
today, and, aside fi;om transacting the
customary routine business, granted six
paroles and two discharges. The appoint
ment of Thomas W. Alexander, the new
deputy warden, was confirmed.
The miscellaneous cash receipts of the
prison for March aggregated $88,311, anJ
of this amount $2,718 was received from
the Union Shoe and Leather company for
convict labor. Twine sales and collec
tions for the month amounted to $88,903.
The amount received from twine sales
goes into the revolving fund and the re
mainder goes Into the current expense
The twine output of the prison factory
has been exhausted, and orders for more
than $15,000 worth of twine were returned
to farmers last evening and today.
Warden Wolfer continued receiving or
ders just as long as it was possible, but
was forced to call a .halt yesterday after
noon. All twine on hand and all that,
can be manufactured up to the Ist of Au
gust has been sold, and farmers who have
not already supplied themselves with
prison twine will be unable to get any
this year. The amount sold in small cash
lots aggregates nearly 1,400,000 pounds,
and the remainder has been taken in car
load club orders, received direct from
farmers. Just how long orders will con
tinue to come In Is a mooted question,
but Warden Wolfer expects his clerks to
be busy returning drafts and orders until
harvest is over.
David Connors, J. R. Kunzelman and
W. H. Chalmers have been appointed a
committee to complete arrangements for
a dancing party to be given by Stillwater
lodge of Elks some evening next week.
J. R. Kolliner, the newly elected ex
alted ruler of Sttllwater lodge of Elks, :
has appointed J. F. Burke as chaplain and
J. J. Karst as Inner guard. The esquire
will be appointed at the next regular
Henry White and Thomas J. Sniler have
been received at the prison from St. Louis
county, to serve one year each for grand ;
larceny. J. C. Davis, received from Mow
er county, will serve three years and two
years and six months on separate charges
for burglary.
A gasoline stove exploded In the rear
room of John Polko's saloon, on Chestnut
street, this afternoon, and caused a small
fire. The damage was trifling.
A ; T. Llndblom and Dean Yates have
been appointed as assistants In the office
of Surveyor General Mosler.
Will Have Water Works.
—(Special)— At the charter election here
license was not an issue. The lwater
works proposition carried by sixty-three
majority. The following ticket was elect
ed: Chairman, M. M. Guthrle; trustees.
E. W. Cooley, M. J. Keenan and A. Olson;
recorder. A. A. Finch; treasurer, J. C.
Brainerd; assesor, Ira Smith; justice of,
the peace, W. L. Bucksen; constable,
James Birgin; street commissioner, Peter
Gosha. ■ ..
Old Couple Afflicted.
WOONSOCKET, S. D., April 6— Mrs.
Santee, one of the oldest settlers in San
born county, died this morning from blood
poison, resulting from erysipelas. Her
husband, in caring for her, became in
oculated with the poison through a
scratch on his hand, and there Is little
hope' of his recovery.
Elevatoir* Burned. ,
GROTON, S. D.. April 6.— Fire broke
out in the hayloft of the Marfleld eleva
tor. The building burned to the ground,
together with about 1,200 or 1,300. bushels
of wheat; also the coal sheds and about
forty tons of coal. Loss, $10,000, covered
by Insurance. The Atlas Elevator com
pany's elevator and Robinson's elevator
on the north were both destroyed.
Prisoners Broke Jail.
CLARK. S. D.." April 6.— Two prisoners
confined in the jail effected 'their escape
by sawing one of the bars In a window.
Tt is generally thought they had outside
help, as one of them, who was in for
stealing wheat, la supposed to belong to
a well organized gang.
State Will Take It.
PIERRE, S. D., April 6.— The local land
office today received a letter of instruc
tion authorizing them on receipt of plats
to give notice of the opening of the old
Fort Sully reservation to settlement. The
state is given a sixty day preference right
of filing, and expects to take the whole
tract of about 35,000 acres.
Small Boy Will Die.
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis., April 6.—
(Special)— Joseph Prlvett, fourteen years
of age, was fatally injured here today.
The boy attempted to jump on a moving
freight and fell between the wheels. One*
arm and a leg were taken off. He was
taken to the hospital and death is but a
question of a few hours.
Serious Ice Gorge.
SIOUX CITY. lowa, April «.— A big ice
gorge in the Missouri river above here
at Gayville, S. D.. la backing up the
stream and threatening serious danger.
The sudden breaking of the gorge will be
followed by equal damage below.
Mounted men are ready to carry the
alarm to families on the bottom.
Blase a Mystery.
LU VERNE, Minn., April 6—The-slaugh
ter house of Stephen Bros., together with
contents, burned to the ground late this
afternoon. The loss is about $2,000; insur
ance, $450. The origin of the fire Is a
Contract Transferred.
WINONA. Minn., April 6.— (Special.)—
Owing to the failure of the Minneapolis
contractors to qualify, the contract for
the building of the Odd Fellows' home
at Northfleld has been given to John
Lohse, of this city, for $22,265.
River Is Rising-.
WINONA, Minn.. April 6.— (Special.)—
The Mississippi is beginning to rise, the
gauge this morning showing an upward
tendency of about half an Inch. At In
dependence and Arcadia the Green Bay
road has kept a force of section hands
patrolling its tracks. The Northwestern
and Burlington are also greatly Incon
venienced by the water.
McCamber'a Partner Oat.
WAHPETON. N. D.. April 6.— The law
partnership between Senator-elect P. J.
McCumber and B. L. Bogart has been
dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Bogart
retiring. The gentlemen formed the part
nership eighteen years ago.
Killed the Brakeman.
HECTOR, Minn., April, 6.— Freight No.
72 klled Brakeman Dan Clifford here last
Xew Trusts Incorporate.
TRENTON, N. J., April 6.— Articles of
incorporation were filed with the secre
tary of state today of the International
Powder and Dynamite company, with an
authorised capital of $10,000,000. The com
pany is formed to manufacture powder
and dynamite.
Articles were also filed incorporating
the Lewis Motor Vehicle company, with
an authorised capital of $5,008,000. for the
purpose of producing motor power se
cured from compressed atr and for the
propulsion of vehicles.
The proper thing to do now la to call
for Hanuu'i Bock Beer,
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Robber* lard Dynamite, Evidently
Scorning Fear of Detection
Failed to Reach the Money In the
Vim ll, and Finally Fled, Pnrnucd
by a Frightened Poaae 'Similar
Attempt at Wellsvllle, Mo.
WAPAKONETA, Ohio, April 6.— Shortly
after 3 o'clock this ' morning five men
made a desperate, though unsuccessful
attempt to rob the Sheets bank, at Bot
klns, a small town near here. There was
$10,000 in the inner safe, but the robbers
dia not get it. i H
The citizens of the town were startled
by hearing two explosions. An investi
gation revealed five men, in an effort to
force the vault of the bank. The rob
bers had stolen tools from a blacksmith
shop, also a team and carriage from a
livery. When discovered the robbers
were at work on the bank vault. Two of
the men worked in the building, and the
other three paraded the. streets. The
lone watchman in the fire engine house
had been overpowered. • -When citizens
sought to go Into the street they were
driven back by the robbers firing on them.
A son of the president of the bank
watched the doings from a distance. Soon
the entire village was aroused, and the
robbers deemed it best to get out. They
piled into the carriage, and drove out
of town. A posse of twenty-five men fol
lowed, on horseback, and numerous shots
were fired.
The effect of the dynamite explosions
wrecked the bank buildings.
No trace of the robbers has been dis
covered. A safe expert has been sum
moned to open the safe containing the
I nineCMifnl Attempt to Rob the
Bank at Wellitvllle.
An eminent scientist re
cently said : " CoiJ-livcr Oil
is truly a woirjjfleriul com
position. It i§ ;;scemingly
Nature's reme^jr^in almost
every wasting tfisfcasc."
Scott's Emulsion contain*
the pure oil combined with
hypophosphitesj, it rebuilds
worn tissues, enriches the
blood, invigorates the nerves,
stops drains ahd wasting.
Consumptives, Diabetics,
pale or thin people, or nurs
ing mothers, should remem
ber this. Dp not accept a
substitute. , _/ Hi
joe. udltM, ,a druggtht*
•COTT * aOWNJfc. CJwaUU, Not Y«k. I
Four men tried unsuccessfully to rob the
bank at Well svllle, a small town nine
miles west of here this evening:. Conrad
Mentz. the town night-watchman, was
accosted by a man who claimed to be
a tramp, and wanted to sleep In the
Jail. Mentz agreed to accommodate him,
but when they reached the door of th»
"cooler" three other men seized, bound
and gaged the night watchman, and lock
ed him In. After leaving the calaboose
the four men met Samuel Knlpfel, a citi
zen, whom they beat Into insensibility.
The four men then went to the bank.
They broke into the vault, but were un
able to open the safe, and hastily left
They Hail Confessed the Murder of
a Mlaaisaippl Stock Farmer.
BROOKE VILLE. Miss., April 6.— Two
negroes, Forest Jamison and Mose And
erson, were lynched today, by a mob,
for the murder of T. U. Cleland. Cleland.
a stock farmer, who lived twelve miles
east, was found murdered in his room.
Two negroes who were living on the
farm, and with whom Cleland recently
had trouble, were . charged with the
crime. Forest Jamison, one of the ne
groes, confessed that he choked Cleland
to death, while Mose Anderson held the
victims feet. At noon today a posse of
200 citizens secured possession of the
two negroes, and quietly hanged them
to a tree.
Treasurer firewater Issue* Another
Statement an to Dinner.
NEW „ YORK, April 6.— Eugene M.
Brewstar, treasurer of the dinner com-
of the Chicago Platform Demo
crats, today issued the following state
"Judging from the large number of dis
patches and letters received asking for
Information about the new arrangements
of the dinner to be given by the Chicago
Platform Democrats, a formal statement
seems again to be necessary. While the
Chicago Platform Democrats still believe
that they had legal title to the Grand
Central Palace for April lfc they have
relinquished the same to the working
men's dinner: committee,- upon the pay
ment of $500, the price that we paid there
for, and we have already secured the
Grand Central Palace for April 15. There
Is no friction or hard feeling of any kind
between the two committees, and inas
much as the two dinners are of an en
tirely different nature, there is no possi
bility of any further conflict or misun
"I received a telegram from Col. Bryan
today saying that he would be here to
address the Chicago Platform Democrats
at Grand Central Palace on April 15.
Nearly every state in the Union will be
represented at pur dinner by at least one
or more persons. A misapprehension
seems to prevail as to iuvlted guests, and
to relieve it I would say that our list In
cludes only about fifty persons, from
among whom our speakers will be
Mr. Jwnr> Baya He Did Hot Trr to
I'nrrhmr n Vole for Mr. Qnay.
HARRIS BURG, Pa.. April 6.- The brib
cry committee met this afternoon to hear
Frank B. Jones, of Philadelphia, who is
alleged to have offered Representative
Laubach, of Philadelphia, (anti-Quay
Republican) a position In the custom
house or mint, guaranteed for five years,
to vote for Senator Quay. Mr. Jones
made a general denial of the allegations,
and ?ald he had never offered Mr. I>au
bach any political preferment or caah to
change his vote on the senatorshlp nor
did he a^k him to vote for Mr. Quay
Mr. Jones tald Laubach told him at the
senatorial caucus that he waa going to
vote against Mr. Quay and complained
about the small salary he received as a
clei-k in John Wanamaker's store, in
Defeated Candidate I nen Hli Cne.
on W. A. White, of Kuiporin.
EMPOIiIA, Kan!, April C. -Sol. I* Sev
ery, defeated candidate for mayor on tha
rVAflTfl U niSAm Manufacturers and Jobbers of p.-i n«k..l-« D /I
Hi I \ A VUIIIA Flnß 81lt>ea North western [fifl \P\{ 7Q I Pfl
DlllllO If fliillrn *«nu for Goodmf FuUI OUllllllb ft UU.,
UUUIV U UIIULU ulove OTemhoe.. I 3d and W» C o_U Bts.
HATTI rnfl AU, Porter, Stont and Bee* ■>- n n
DITTrnO . Aromatic Stomach Bitten, n Oimnn
Xl IIKPC A ' :ur DygpeiKit aud ludfsettioD. U A |
*J'7t~a A Broadway
cms : ~^ HwEiiift
" 386-387 Jacksou St.
DRY l!)r™i^fißtteSW,yoßßgX&)..
__[ * 4th and 3ibl«r.
nn\f fl A Ann Imiiorten and Jobber* of Dry Goods /> rt n < n
UY 1:1 111 1\ and Notion. T Ofltfpn Hfii filing Ra
I 111 I 111 II I ! If 1 Mauu/aolurera of Menu Furuiihinß I/Unolj Ul I UUUUO UU
fill UVvwU Goods I » __ _ " '
p " "■ • sth and fVacouta.
rrvniv/i KawbMsked 184ff.
lllllTv Importers and Jobbers ft HrmlflU 7 f?A
rKlll I A »•«,«»". Domestic and CalifornU U P|P\ P| A jj
InUIIU Ureea PruiU. fl I IbjlOj U UU.,
, U » 102-108 H. Third St
GROCERS 3r sifTniT
_____^ v 193-100 E. 3d St
|j[BB "ts»r SJEUgT
HfITS . IS J °^i"^^ liw \m
HARDWARE —--- F^LSliy Co -
Ullft! HI MUM tural Iron Work. All U VMI KftPH flftf ffl
I HUH II mUI Wort U 212-213 Ma--att«n Bldg.
MATTRESSES ~* sr^ Jssr pTiiST
ITIil I l IILUULU Chlidrens Poldinff Beos, Peathent U • i" _3d "t
RUBBER 600D8 rff fiwdfet unv Go.,
HUUULU UUUUU %3y AppUeation. U 08-102 E«l SeTenlh St
Bi"psis?,iir^ft, Tone iptelrot
J_ __L "^ mSSBS^ I Fairfax, \T. St. Paul. Minu.
TTHfI 17 nni/im I"np°rt«Mi and Jobbers of Teas. __M______ n.L_i n n
ILAV If Vjl'LV Coffees and Splcas. Ma_n- ij Ofm j'jf DpßflVp £ Pfl
ILIIU UUI lULU l«wu. Baking Powder. IH 238-237 X 4 ln St.
citizens' ticket, today assaulteil vViiliam
A. M'hite^ editor of the Gazette, knocking
him down twice with * cane. Jiklltui*
White in last night's paper, abused Sev
ery for running on the citizens' ticket
after boing defeated for nomination in
the Republican convention. While was
cut on the forehead and hand. William
A. White is a well known author p.n'l
• newspaper man.
Want* All Speakers to Be Support
ers of Chicago Platform.
NEW YORK. April 6.— E. V. Brewster,
who is managing the Chicago platform
Jefferson dinner to be given in this city,
received the following telegram from
William J. Bryan today:
"Lincoln, Neb., April 6.— Eugene V.
Brewster, Brooklyn, N. V. : Will attend
dinner April 15. All speakers should be
supporters of Chicago platform.
—"William J. Bryan."
Anti-Quay Republican!* Switch.
HARRISBURG, Pa., April 6.— The anti-
Quay Republicans today changed their
votes from ex-Congressman Huff to
Charles Tubbs, of Tloga county. In their
effort to break the present senatorial
deadlock. The ballot, the sixty-eighth
of the session, resulted: Quay, 90; Jenks,
71; Tubbs, 51; total, 212; necessary to a
choice, 107; paired and not voting, 41; no
They Are Aiuoiif? Thoae Who Re
turned Prom Manila.
SAN FRANCISCO, April «.— The Unit
ed States transport steamer Arizona ar
rived here today, twenty-eight days out
from Manila, via Hong Kong. There
was no contagious sickness on board
and the vessel was not required to go
into quarantine. The following number
of men from each regiment are reported
on board: Third artillery.. 4; North Da
kota, 11; Montana, 4; Idaho, 3; Sixth ar
tillery. 4; Nebraska, 4; Pennsylvania. 6;
Minnesota, 6; Oregon, 10; Washington,
12; Kansas, 2; -South Dakota, 8; hospital
corps, 3; Fourteenth infantry, 24; Eigh
teenth Infantry, 3; Twenty-third infantry,
25; Colorado, 14.
Among the invalid soldiers brought by
the transport Arizona are the following:
' Thirteenth Minnesota— Max Schier,Com
pany E; A. B. Newburg, Company G.
First Wisconsin— C. W. Stewart. Com
pany E.
First North Dakota— Clarence I. Noyce,
Company A; Harris E. Zimmerman, Com
pany B; David A. Jon»«, Company G; E.
Chrlstofersen, Company G; Hugo Sully,
Company D; Hana Pedersan. Company G.
First South Dakota— Levy Heald, Com
pany F; Fred W. Schneider, Company M;
dl site's tet Mm
No More Rheumatism, No More Lame <^ns^H!|K^
Back. Kidney Trouble*. N:rvo»s |H^^^
The caneo of all disease* ami weak uesi I « lHwifew
overcome by [his great llfe-reuewer, Bit. „,,„., __-««i«MM£l MW
electricity into the boiiy for hours nt » time.
building up vitality find restoriiii; all the or-
gnus io tlieir uatural healthy can<iitiou. I^^
DR. SANDEN: I have received your belt and have worn rt\\ Sanifon's
it Recording to advice for about • mouth, t reel vary much iv'X 1
better; that tired feeling has left ms; sleep «i<d appetite //» '•/.*■ Electric
•re much better: also that urinary trouble, and lam feel- 5« H» ««•»■ ■«•
log good all around. Yours Terr truly, FRANK SCHADK- Viu><£f* ««_»*
WALD. 301 Ba« Flr»t Sireet. Duluth". 'SP* ■•It.
Over l.OOi) meu pntlte It. Letter* of gratitude are received from all over the land. Weak
men. try It. Weak women, it will cure you. SenO for free book toiling all about it. Cou
atiltatiuu free.
Sandan Electric Go. Minneapolis, ISinTi.
Office Hour* -9 a. iil to 6 p, ra. Sundays — 10 to 12 a.m.
John H. Foster, Company B: Ray V. Ben
nett, Company D: Oscar I. Webb, Com
pany ('; Penny O. Lundberg, Company X;.
Edmund Ortmayer. Company I: Paul
Chrlstman, Company M; John M. Barnes,
Company D; L. Morgan, Company F.
i;lnsmii«kcv» SiriUiv
MILLVILLE. N. J.. April 6.— The first
of the tlireatened glassmakers' strike
occurred today at. Elmer. Manager Baji
sett, of the Elmer Glass Works, refused
to recognize the committee which called
on him to present the demands of tht*
men, and the glass blowers then quit
Gen, AlKfi" at Ponce.
PONCE. Porto Rico. April S— The Unit
ed States transport Ingalls. having an
board Gen. Russell A. Alger, the secre
tary of war, and his party, arrived bero
at 9 o'clock last night, forty-eight hours
out from Kingston, Jamaica All are
well on board the transport. Tke secre
tary and his party wtll visit tne town
/"'^iJM^L There Is a pain acrosi
P J^*^^^'GfrW the small of your back.
t/ vsH blue rlugs under jour
|| Iks 'ye*, pimplea on your
Wstf*tiSß* wKL ' ace and neck, energy
I'^f gone, feel tfred I a tlie
1 z-^^^. ft mornlnjf. Your frleud»
I vfil^n fIR ' * r0 talk: "S > °ut you. ■
/ I w*ftw^* j& Be « man. The glory
j^Ji. ~ Xt of man Is bis m.irt-
BR~ J ™"^- / Sri hood. Consult ihu -
HMJM^^g^fNpl old doctor at onco.
Consult Htm at Once, in person
or by letter.
Dr. Alfred L. Cole Medical Instituta and
Council of Physicians, 24 Washington a*. 3.
Minneapolis, Minn.
HA>K, (OnilKKdU, OR

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