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GROWTH OF JAP ARMY
ALARMS THE KAISER
Sturdy, Nippons Fast Repairing
Damage of War and Increas
pedal Cable to The Journal.
London, Oct. 20.Advices just
ceived from Tokio say that the Jap
anese have created four new divisions,
two of which are in Korea and two
Port Aithur and Liao Tung peninsula.
Four more divisions are now being
created, so that Japan will shortly pos
sess a peace effective of twenty-one
divisions. These will in all probabil
ity bo organized into army corps.
Cavalrv, hitherto the weakest point
in the army, is to be greatly increased.
Before the war, Japan possessed only
fifty five squadrons. Tne cavalry is
now to be brought to eight divisions,
or 128 squadrons. Special attention is
being devoted to the breeding of troop
horses, a branch of horse breeding
hitherto almost totally neglected.
This does not by any means exhaust
Japan's new armaments. An entirely
new weapon is to be introduced in the
shape of ten brigades of heavy artil
lery, armed with 300 heavy caliber
guns. Each division is also to be
given a full regiment of technical
troops instead of the battalion each
formerly possessedthat is to say,
that the present thirteen battalions are
to be raised to sixty-three. Then twen
ty-one balloon corps are to be organ
ized, and the army transport and field
telegraph troops greatly increased.
Kaiser la Alarmed.
The artillery is to be armed "with
quick firing guns of the newest pat
tern. The present caliber of 65 milli
meters, which did not give satisfacto
ry results, is to be abolished and re
placed by one of 75 millimeters, the
caliber or the present French field
In view of Japan's financial situa
tion this feverish military activity is
regarded with great anxiety in Berlin,
and to some extent in other European
capitals. Against whom is this direct
ed? is the question being asked. The
kaiser and his advisers are perfectly
well aware that Germany's high-hand
ed action in annexing Kaio-Chau, started
the whole trouble in the far east. Since
then Germany's possessions there have
been regarded with no friendly eye,
and it is more than feared that one of
the first results of the new order of
things may be a notice to quit, with all
its incalculable consequences.
News which comes via St. Peters
burg, is to the effect that Japan means
to spend in the next seven years about
270,000,000 yen, or 27,000,000 on new
Washington, D. C, Oct. 21, 1906.
(Special.)The following patents were
issued this week to Minnesota and Da
kota inventors, as reported by William
son & Merchant, Patent Attorneys, 925-
933 Guaranty Loan Building Minne
apolis, Minn.: Theodore J. Arneson,
Westbrook, Minn., winding indicator
for clocks William B. A. and E. W.
Weaver, St. Thomas, N. D., smoke con
ductor chimney cowl Edward C. Bates,
Grand Forks, N. D., device for holding
collars Edward Fothergill, Foley,
Minn., cycle John E. Hudson, Havana,
N. D., embossing printed matter Gus
tav A. Olson, Albert Lea, Minn., twine
holder and cutter Ben Bud, Ehiluth,
Minn., can lifter Joseph N. Warner, St.
Paul, Minn., change-making machine.
State Republica Date
The republican state executive com
mittee announces the following sched
ule of speakers for the first three days
of this week:
A. L. ColeMonday, Bemidji Tues
day, Grand Bapids Wednesday* Crooks
Senator Moses E. ClappMonday
and Tuesday with A. L. Cole Wednes
Senator Knute NelsonMonday,
New Ulmj Tuesday, St. James Wed
J. F. JacobsonMonday, Bronson.
Hallock and Kennedy Tuesday, War
ren Wednesday, Argyle and Crookston.
Frank EddyMonday, Plainview
Tuesday, Hokah Wednesday, Blooming
Congressman A. J. VolstadMonday,
Cottonwood Tuesday, Vesta Wednes
Congressman James A. Tawney
Monday, Janesville Tuesday, Dodge
Center Wednesday, Preston.
Congressman Halvor Steenerson
Monday. Evansville Tuesday, Glyndon
and Felton Wednesday, Halstad.
Dar ReeseMonday, Mantorville,
Tuesday, Stewartville Wednesday,
Senator Eberhart, candidate for lieu
tenant governor, will fill dates at points
in Washington county.
EAGLES PLAN A DANCE
Twin City and Neighboring Aeries
Unite in Sociability.
The Eagles of the twin cities and
surrounding: towns have arranged for a
series of social entertainments to be
Z,eld during: the coming season. The
erst Wall be a basket 3ocial and dancing
party by St. Paul aerie No. 33 next
Tuesday evening at Elks' hall, Fourth
and St. Peter streets. The aeries of
Minneapolis, Hopkins, Stillwater and
White Bear Lake will join in the func
tion ana later on each will take its turn
STUCK TO IT
For Years But Finally Had to Give Up
Our habits of eating and drinking
stick to us like a hungry pup to a bone.
We can't always break loose even when
we know we ought to.
Coffee does certainly hurt many per
sons, and they know it. But it is one
thing to know it and another to devise
some way to change the habit and still
have a warm beverage at meal time.
Thousands of persons all over the world
have found it easy to quit coffee be
cause they use Postum Food Coffee.
J'For years I've felt the harm of
drinking coffee," writes an Iowa
woman, "but I liked it so well I stuck
to it until about two years ago I quit
coffee, and tea, too, and began to drink
I made it, not like coffee, but
boiled it according to the directions on
the package, and the first time we had
It we all liked it. We have it now,
morning, noon and night, and all feel
healthier and happier for the change.
I never have heartburn or indiges
tion any more, tho my husband and I
used to suffer that way and with nerv
ous headache a great deal of the time
when we drank tea and coffee. We
can't say enough in praise of Postum,
and for the good it has done us."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Get the book "The Boad to Well
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TO VIE FOR RECORO
Typewriters Thruout Country
Preparing for World's Cham
Speolal to The Journal.
"New York, Oct. 20.Final prepara
tions for the opening of the great fifth
national business show in Madison
Square Garden, Oct. 27, are well tinder
The event, which will interest the
general public as much as any other
will be the contest for the world's
championship, in which fair typewrit
ers from all parts of the world are en
tered. Miss Kose L. Fritz, a New
York girl, is the present holder. She
says that she is quite sure that she will
hold the championship. About three
score men and women are equally sure
that she will lose. In view of the fact
that Miss Fritz won the championship
from a man, the men who are entered
in the contest are particularly anx
ious that one of their sex shall defeat
Machines are clicking all over the
country in practice for this event and
already elimination trials are being
held here and in other cities to select
the representative of business firms
or typewriting colleges, who shall en
ter the national contest.
Mere Men Are Confident.
One of the most dangerous competi
tors is Miss Mae Carrington of Spring
field, Mass., a former champion and
present fastest "blindfold" writer.
Charles McGumn of Kalamazoo,
Mich., who has written 212 legible
words on a machine in one minute is
also entered, as is John D. Shields,
Ottumwa Iowa, who claims that he* can
write at least a dozen more words than
Another interesting speed trial will
be that of the adding machine experts.
A dozen young women will try for
records on these machines. Each is
confident that she could add the re
ceipts of the biggest department store
in New York from its salesgirls' checks
in the matter of an hour. These girls
all have records of counting 500 de
partment store checks in less than five
minutes and are making between
twenty-five and thirty complicated
multiplications in less than three min
Another device that will attract a
great deal of attention is a coin
counting machine and operators of that
declare that they could count the money
in the subtreasury in New York in so
short a time that the government offi
cials, skilled as they are and counting
money by weight as they do, would
LARRABEE IN THE NINTH
Speaking for Haynes He Explains What
Law Enforcement Means.
In spite of the inclemency of the
weather last nigkt a large number of
ninth ward voters gathered at 632 Mon
roe street NE to listen to the demo
cratic candidates. Frank D. Larrabee
delivered the principal address in place
of former Mayor J. C. Haynes, who was
unable to be present.
After mentioning briefly the issues
involved in the congressional campaign,
Mr. Larrabee took up the fight for Mr.
"What is law enforcement?" Mr.
Larrabee asked his hearers, "The law
enforcement that Mayor Jones is talk
ing about is merely a discretionary en
forcement of law. He enforces only
those laws which he deems it advisable
to enforce. The law says that saloons
shall close at 11 o'clock. Mayor Jones
has not enforced that law nor has any
one before him enforced it. Some
months ago he ordered the saloons
closed on Sundays thruout the city. He
enforced that law literally for some
time but latterly he has exercised his
discretionary powers and in certain
places downtown liquor can be procured
on the Sabbath.
"In a similar manner Mayor Jones
allows the theaters to run on Sunday,
altho. it is positively prohibited by law.
You may remember that he ordered all
poolrooms closed Sundays and then a
week later reconsidered his action on
the ground that it was not advisable
to close these places of recreation on
"Now, Mr. Haynes is a Christian
gentleman belongs to a church as does
Mayor Jones. He has good judgment
he exercised it when he was mayor two
years ago. He has said that he will
enforce the laws and that he will see
that the saloons are regulated and kept
closedon Sundays. He meant what he
said, in spite of the doubts of some
KILLED BY AN ENGINE
Thomas Mullen Makes Fatal Error in
Thomas Mullen, 18 years old, was
struck by a train and killed at Clearwa
ter Junction late yesterday.
Mullen was employed as a water boy
for a construction gang. He attempted
to cross the tracks in front of a train
and was thrown to one side by the en
gine. He was placed on the train and
hurried to the Minneapolis and St.
Louis passenger station, but he died
just as the train reachea the city.
The body was taken to the county
morgue and the police have notified
the boy's parents, who live out of the
BLOW SAFE AND GET AWAY
Citizens Surround Bank After Explosion
but Robbers Escape.
Special to The Journal.
Corydon, Iowa, Oct. 20.Burglars
dynamited the safe of Cambria savings
bank at Cambria, ten miles northwest
of Corydon today, but were frightened
away before they could secure $12,000
which was in the safe.
The outer door of the safe was prac-.
tically demolished, but the Inner door
was not opened. The explosion was
heard all over town and the bank was
surrounded by citizens. The thieves were
seen hastening away by the first arrivals
Qn the scene, but were not recognized.
C. H. Hood Made Vlcepresldent of Cas
ualty and Surety Agents.
Indianapolis, Oct. 20.The American*
Association of Casualty & Surety
Agents closed its annual convention to
day after deciding to exclude insurance
brokers from membership. The follow
ing officers were elected: President, H.
M. Coudrey, St. Louis first vlcepresl
dent, C. F. Manley, Birmingham, Ala.
second vlcepresident, C. H. Hood, Min
neapolis secretary, Thomas R. Dugan,
Louisville, Ky. treasurer, E. Van Truyl,
Bay City, Mich.
Conscience Bothers Prisoner.A good
watch awaits a claimant at police head
quarters. Martin Byan, who is now
serving a sentence in the workhouse
for drunkenness, says he grabbed a
watch from a pedestrian a few nights
ago and! the ndliee now have the watch.
Byan says he,* doesn't know-rwho the
News Section. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAH
CURRENCY MAY FIGURE
IN THE NEXT MESSAGE
President and Secretary Shaw
Probably Will Discuss the
By W. W. Jermane.
Washington, Oct. 20.Secretary
Shaw is expected in Washington to
morrow for a long conference with
President Roosevelt. When Shaw
went away on his speaking tour it was
announced he would not return until
after election. His coming at this
time leads to the belief that the presi
dent has sent for him.
The president is getting his message
to congress arranged so that it will
be completed before he leaves for Pa
nama. It is understood that he will
leave only two subjects open for the
printers until he returnsCuba and
Panama. AB to the latter he will per
sonally see conditions there, and as to
the former he may stop to look into
things or he may await developments
and information thru second-hand
sources until the last day or so be
fore his message must be the hands
of the printers.
It is probable that the principal ob
ject of sending for Secretary Shaw is
to take up the currency question with
him so that the subject may be out
of the way along with the others.
There are conflicting views among re
publican statesmen as to what should
be done on currency reform at the
coming session of congress. Senator
Beveridge, for instance, asserts that
there is no popular demand for legisla
tion at the next session, and further,
that there will not be time in which
to put such legislation thru the con
gressional mill. Senator Spooner takes
a contrary view.
Secretary Shaw will talk with the
president about what he has seen and
heard as to politics while on his long
journey thru the various states. So
far Secretary Shaw has done more cam
paigning than any republican in the
country. Other cabinet officers are
now to go out and help the cause, but
their work will be brief compared to
At a conference at the White House
last night topics to be discussed by
cabinet officers was talked over with
Representative Sherman of New York,
chairman of the republican congres
sional committee. Great activity,
therefore, is to be shown by adminis
tration leaders at the close of the cam
LOVE-MAKERS ARE DUCKED
Wittenlburg College Men Torn from
Young Women by Students.
Special to The Journal.
Springfield, Ohio, Oct. 20.Inter-
rupted midnight lovemaking on the
campus, three Wittenberg students were
last night taken from the young women
who accompanied them and werp re
peatedly ducked in the icy waters of
Buck creek, which runs nearbv.
The cruel separation was effected by
a hundred dormitory students, who
turned out of their beds on information
that the rules of proprietv were being
JAPS ANGRY AT AMERICA
Antl-Japanese Agitation In California
Stirs Up III Feeling.
By Publishers' Press.
Tokio, Oct. 20 Japanese newspapers
are much disturbed by the anti-Japanese
agitation in California, culminating in
the segregation of the school boys in
San Francisco. A prominent bund urges
retaliation and the Jiji Shimpo fears
a break in the friendly relations between
the two countries.
A few of the more conservative publi
cations hold the trouble due to political
conditions in California and without sig
nificance so far as American public
opinion is concerned. It is evident, how
ever, that Japanese public feeling is
much wrought up and the friendly feel
ing toward America is fast disappearing.
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RT AMERICAN TRUST
Tobacco Combine Seeks World
Cigaret Monopoly by Liason
By Publishers' Press.
Constantinople, Oct. 20.The Ameri
can Tobacco Trust, the Ottoman gov
ernment and the Turkish tobacco regie,
backed by French investors, are about
to engage in a life and death struggle
for the control of the Turkish tobacco
The Turkish regie was formed twen
ty-two years ago to control the sale of
tobacco under a monopolistic arrange
ment, within the sultan's realm. Its
concession has but eight years more to
ruin and already a desperate effort has
been begun to have the time extended
and the lax smuggling laws amended.
The government, without the least
prejudice against monopoly, is said to
feel that it might do better with the
tobacco industry in its own hands than
under the old terms granted to the
While the two interests were hag
gling for a price the American concern
suddenly appeared with an offer of
nearly double the offer of the regie.
Its demands, however, are much greater
than those of the Franco-Turkish com
pany. In brief the Americans want to
control the world's entire supply of
cigaret tobacco and to enforce such
limitation on production and aganst
smaggling as will make theirs one of
the richest combinations on the globe.
The government, tho hard pressed for
money and sorely tempted by the Amer
icans' offer, hesitates to turn the coun
try's tobacco industry over to America,
all the more because the United States
fleet might make an occasional visit to
Turkish waters to settle business dis
RUNS INTO POLICE
In David Gullckson Has Hard Luck
Choosing Race Course.
Amid a fusilade of revolver shots fired
by pursuing- patrolmen, David Gulickson
dashed past the courthouse last night
only to find himself surrounded by a
dozen detectives, who ran out from police
headquarters to join in the race.
Gulickson had gone into a bicycle shop
where he tried to sell a wheel. The
proprietor called the police and Gulick
son started to run. He was pursued by
Patrolmen Belair and White, who fired
several shots in the air to frighten
him. The detectives had just come from
roll call and running into the street they
headed off the fugitive, who was locked
up in Central station charged with lar
Gulickson has been in trouble with the
police many times before.
OSSEO TURNS OUT
Nye and Other Speakers Hold Aloft
Residents of Osseo and the country in
the north end of the county turned out
last night for a rousing republican
rally in the town hall. The speaker of
the evening was Frank M. Nye, who de
livered a stirring address on republi
canism and the issues of the present
campaign. Other sneakers were George
County Chairman Thomas H. Girling.
Charles Laird furnished several pleasing
Keg of Beer Involved.Emil Steen
and John O'Donnel were arrested by
the North Side police last night
charged with being implicated with
Fred Schultz in holding up Max Smith
near his home at Eleventh avenue N
and Lyndale a week ago and stealing
a keg of beer. Schultz has been bound
over to the grand jury on a charge of
assault in the second degree. Steen
and O'Donnel are said to have ad
mitted aiding Schultz in the theft.
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Consists of 165 Ladies' and
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value $12.50sale price,
SACRED FIELD OF CHEF7
IS INVADED BY WOMEN
London Society of Male Cooks
Dismayed by Advent of
AUTO PRICES WILL BE CUT
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At Druggists, 25 cents or mailed.
Doctor's Book mailed free.
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine Co., Cor.
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Sunday, October 2i, iibo6.*r- &*s&$%$h^
Copy- New York Herald Special Cable Service,
right, 1906, by the New York Herald.
London, Oct. 20.One feature of tho
opening of the present social season is
the reviva"! of the pretty fashion of
elaborate decoration on menu cards, ap
propriate, of course, to the occasion for
which the banquet, dinner or ball is
being given, and the present winter,
the manager of a West End restaurant
told me, he will probably see some re
markable achievements the way of
pictur menu cards.
Another innovation, and more import
ant even that the menu card, is the
ousting of the male chef by the female
cook. The society of male cooks, or
the chef society, as it is called, which
had its headquarters in this fashionable
center, is in a flutter of excitement and
The- Marlborough club, the most ex
clusive in London, had been invaded by
the woman cook. Tho this appoint
ment is more or less experimental, it
is naturally regarded with dismay by
male culinary artists. P. Ackerman,
secretary of the chef society, being
asked what he thought about the mat
tr, said with suppresser emotion:
"Ye s, this is not the only case, by I
any means. There is a big movement
on at the present time to employ women
as chefs. Tthra seems to be a wave
of women overwhelming the profession,
but," he added with a smile, I think,
it will end all right Woman has not
the temperament of a successful chef.
She may have inspiration, but power of
organization, no, a big dinner to pre
pare means continual anxiety for the
chef. At any moment a crisis may oc
cur, an entire course, for example, mav
be spoiled. A man of iron nerve nill
rise to the occasion, but most women
chefs, however accomplished, will lose
MRS. L. CLIFFORD FIGG.
Copy- New York Herald Special Cable Service.
right, 1906, by the New York Herald.
Paris, Oct. 20.An impression exists
among many automobile dealers that
next year will see an enormous drop in
prices. Various authorities have given
expression to this idea. Others point out
that a fall in prices is essential.
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We positively will save yon 10 per cent or
morte on all furs bought of us.
Schlampp & Reinecke,
911 20th Avenue Herth.
Take the Twentieth av or Emerson car
going north to Bryant av.
PETER SOHLAMPP. A. G. BBOTEOKE,
Phone, N. W. Nic. 299. T. O. 14007.
FOB THIS WEES.
Consists of 300 Ladies' and
Gentlemen's genuine Priestly
Cravenettes, gray worsteds in
checks and overplaidsvalue
ST. PAUL AND WABASHA STS.