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Christmas uhotos. Now'a the time.
Bweet's, 515 Nicollet.
_Table d'hote dinner today at The
Kaisernof. The best.
Thomas H. Lucas speaks in Union
Temple, 26 Washington avenue S, at
8 p.m. today.
For BentLight, attractive stores on
Seventh street. Walter L. Badger,
For BentLarge spaces in Oneida
building can be secured from present
tenant. Walter L. Badger, agent.
Cut-throat agencies are no cheaper,
than we are. firing your subscriptions
to the Century News Store, 6 South 3d st.
Four per cent interest on your sav
ings if deposited with the State Insti
tution for Savings. 517 First avenue S,
Never buy real estate without having
the title insured by the Minnesota Title
Insurance & Trust company. Costs lit
tle, worth much.
7,000 Twin City Homes have Minne
apolis Heat Regulators. Becommerided
by all users and all heating firms. Of
fice, 406 Phoenix Bldg., Tel., M. 2151.
Dr. Montgomery will speak at Fow
ler church this morning on the subject,
"The People Who Try," and this'eve
ning, makes an address on the eubiect,
The Hennepin County Savings Bank,
organized 1870, will pay interest on
any deposit made from now to Jan.
10th. Interest will commence Jan. first.
Interest compounded 4 times a. year.
Th6 executive council of the Minne
sota State Historical society will hold
its regular meeting in the state portrait
gallery of the society in the old capi
tol building, St. Paul, at 8 p.m., Mon
The annual election of the officers of
Schaefer post, G. A. R., will take place
on Thursday evening, Dec. 13, at Me
morial hall in the courthouse. All
members of the post are asked to at
tend the meeting.
For RentA handsomely decorated
eight-room apartment in Lyman Court,
Harmon place and Fifteenth street.
Electric lights, two tile bathrooms,
light and air on both sides. Walter L.
Badger, Oneida building.
The Dramatic club of the Y. P. a IT.
of All Souls' Universalist church will
give the two plays, "Rice Pudding"
and "Love in a Lighthouse," in All
Souls' church, Eighth avenue SE and
Seventh street, Tuesday evening. A
musical program will be given between
The Plymouth Rogers-Peet-Olothlng,
Knox Hats, Hanan Shoes. For men
Who. value correct dress.
FIGURES SHOW GAINS
Closing Weeks of Year In Realty Show
Transfers and building permits each
flhow gains for the week ending Dec. 7
over the previous year. The figures Indi
cate that the close of 1906 is going to
surpass the closing weeks of 1905 in ag
gregates. A comparative statement pre
pared by the Daily Legal News is as
REAL ESTATE) TRANSFERS.
No. Amount. No. Amount.
Batnrdajr 25 $157 403
Monday C4 177,563
Tuesday 61 117,999
Wednesday 33 111,353
Thursday 41 78,403
Friday 46 29,679
Totals .......260 $672,400 279 $502,165
ftetnrdfty-,.N,i.i Monday Tuesday
Eithe Phon 353 Eithe Pho
IPs Eoonomyto Tradt A Yirxa's
Our stock of Christmas dainties
fa complete, comprising carloads
of fancy canned goods, tons of
raisins, dates, figs and crystalized
Carloads of nutsall this year's
CANDIESHundreds of varie
ties. The enormity of our stock
and the immense purchasing pow
er of this store affords every op
portunity for us to quote prices on
Christmas oandies and dainties, so
as to make it an incentive for ev
ery housewife in Minneapolis to
purchase here where every pur
chase means a saving.
Large assortment of fruits and
OUR BAKERYWe would
suggest placing your order early
for English fruit cake, as the de
mand for this delicacy is large.
ELIOITE PR0 11
READ FO TIlttlERS
EMINENT EDUCATORS "WILL LE0.
TUKE AND SPEAK.
'The Home, the School and Society"
Will Be General Theme of Minne
sota Educational Association Meet
ing to Be Held Here Holiday Week
Attendance Will Be Large.
The program for the Minnesota Ed
ucational association, which is to be
held in Minneapolis on Dec. 26 to 29,
is practically completed and is the
most elaborate ever prepared for an
occasion of the kind. The central
theme for the general meetings is The
Home, the School and Society." On
Thursday afternoon, when the first
general session will be held, there will
be short' preliminary addresses by Dr.
C. M. Jordan. Mayor D. P. Jones,"Dean
J. F. Downey of the university, J. W.
Olsen, state superintendent of public
instruction, and Governor John A. John
son. Professor A. W. Eankin, presi
dent of the association, will then de
liver his address, which will be an
outline of and an elaboration of the
idea embodied in the central theme,
and thus will give the keynote of the
Superintendent R. E. Denfeld of Du
luth will give an address on the pro
tection of the child from the selfish
interests of parents. Mr. Denfeld has
been chairman of the committee to in
vestigate the status of the compulsory
education law, and his address will em
body the results of his investigations.
It has been found that the present
compulsory education, truancy and
child labor laws do not articulate sat
isfactorily, and an effort will be made
uy the educators at this session to get
together on some much needed amend
ments of these laws and recommend
their adoption by the legislature at
the coming session.
Some Able Speakers.
Superintendent C. B. Frazier of Wi
nona will give an address on the pro
tection of the child from commercial
interests, including a discussion of child
labor laws. At the convention a year
ago, Miss Jane Addams of Chicago
called the attention of the teachers to
the inadequacy of the Minnesota child
labor laws Rev. S. G. Smith, D.D.,
oi bt. Paul, an authority on sociologi
cal questions, will address the-teach
ers on the duty of the state in the
prevention of delinquency, and Super
intendent F. A. Whittier of the
training school at Eed Wing will ex
plain the process of reforming delin
quent children. Mr. Whittier has given
the question careful study and hia ad
dress will be full of meat from be
ginning, to end.
Thursday evening Judge B.
landsej oaf the-Denveor juvenile court
address n,"The Court
Totals 74 $92,205 44 $58,175
Mock at cold with a Gordon cap,
11.50. The Palace Clothing House.
tfae and the Wayward Child."
On Friday, afternoon factors .the
education of the child will the topic
for discussion. Mrs. Frances B. Potter
a Foster Wash-
burn of Elgm,# 111., will discuss the
elation to the
education andrn'bringingP^sidente up of th
Women ^Federation of Duluth, will
speajc on the social-environment of the
child,, and Mrs. Leonora M. Lake, the
prominent and eloquent speaker of the
Catholic Total Abstinence union of St
*ro:'~Ammmt. ^faouis, will speakon "the civic envirow-were
Stent of..the. ehJM,and its hearing, on
his bringing p. It is hinted that she
may gently touch upon' the' lid' in
Famous Jewish. Teacher.
''Teachers and Teaching" will be the
subject of the eloquent Dr. Hirsch of
Chicago. Dr. Hirsch is the rabbi of
the Sinai congregation of Chicago, but
he himself is not an orthodox Jew and
does not call himself a rabbi.
On Saturday forenoon the concluding
session will be held, and the topic wifl
be Modern Education.'' Addresses
will be made by James T. Gerrould, the
new librarian at the university, on
now the library may be utilized as an
aid in school work Dr. James, dean
of the school of education the uni
versity, will speabki on the training in
manual which modern society de
schoolsat and Rev
,&. Stanton Hodgin. pastor of the Sim
mons Unitarian church of Minneapo
lis will give an address on the spirit
of modern education.
At each of the general sessions there
will be a number of musical selections
of a. high order arranged by Professor
Carlyle Scott of the university.
Some Art Features.
The State Art society will also con
tribute a lecturer of national reputa
tion Dr. Sadakichi Hartmann, of New
Xork, who will give a lecture Wednes
day evening-on A Plea for the En
couragement of American Art." Dr
Hartmann. is. a noted author and a.
gitted lecturer on art subjects, and his
lecture will be one of the features of
In addition to this lecture, the teach
ers will have a rare opportunity to get
art induration, for T. B. Waiker has
consented, to.- have his famous art gal
lery open to the teachers while the con
vention is session, and arrangements
have been-made to have the reception
on Thursday evening in the rooms of
one of the-largest art establishments in
Minneapolis, where teachers will have
an excellent opportunity to see some
of the choicest pictures suitable for'
Attendance to Be Large.
The officers of the association are
gratified with the outlook for a large
meeting. Never before in the history
of the association has there been such
interest in the meeting so far in ad
vance by the rank and file of teachers
thruout the state, and remittances for
memberships are pouring in to the cor
responding secretary, Superintendent
W. F. Kunze, Red Wing, by every mail.
In some instances every teacher in the
corps has sent in remittance for mem
bership certificate which, when pre
sented at the meeting in Minneapolis,
eniitles the holder to a handsome badge
afl free admission to all meetings and
The low railroad rates will also in
duce many teachers from distant parts
of the state to visit the twin cities, at
tend the meeting, renew acquaintances
and, incidentally, do a little shopping.
The Minneapolis teachers are taking
hold of the matter with enthusiasm, and
it is expected that practically every
member of Dr. Jordan's corps of teach
ers will take out advance membership.
DEWEY FOR YOUNG MEN
Admiral Favors New Timber for Com
mand Jn the Navy,
Washington, Dec 8."We want
younger men to command the ships of
the navy," said Admiral ..Dewey after an
interview With, the, .president' today, "and
the only way to accomplish it is to re
tire officers" early:"
The result is sought to be attained
by the enactment of the naval personnel
bill which the admiral discussed with
.the-residene ?-'3--'' L.^.
SI FOI A
STREETCAR FARES TOO
Council Looks with "Unfriendly Eyes on
Ambition of Retiring MemberNo
Ordinance Aiming at Cheaper Travel
Will Be Entertained. Until Company
Replies to Tri-City Request.
Alderman G, A. Westphal has an
nounced to his colleagues a desire to
introduce an ordinance requiring the
street railway company to sell six trip
tickets for 25 cents, and is seeking to
secure support for such a measure. To
what extent he is meeting with success
is not known, but several of the alder
men do not approve of the plan at this
The Minneapolis council has already
committed itself to the policy of the
tri-city committee which is endeavor
ing to secure certain concessions thru
friendly negotiations. While little
headway has been made, the officials
of the committee have promised to pre
sent the -request of the committee to
the directors at their January meeting.
It seems to be accepted that the coun
cil is in duty bound, to withhold any
further action until a reply has been
received from the board of directors.
Will Come in Time.
At the same time, most of the alder
men, are -convinced that it is only a
question of time until the council will
pass such a measure as the one proposed
by Mr. Westphal, as tfyey are dubious
over the chances' of, the eastern direct
ors granting any favors. They accuse
Mr. Westphal of an ambition, to. sur
round his retirement from the council
with a little red fire and are disin
clined to help him burn it.
Moreover, lie is a little late with the
proposition. If the customary proced
ure is followed, Mr. Westphal' will give
his notice'of introduction next Friday
evening. The present council will hold
only one meeting after that on which
the. ordinance can be introduced, and
before the committee will be able to
report, Mr. Westphal's term of office
will have expired and the present coun
cil will have ceased to exist. Unless
unanimous Consent can be obtained
either to the introduction of the ordi
nance next Fridav evening or to a sus
pension of the rules at the last meeting
this month, the measure can not come
before the present body for final action.
.Several aldermen have announced
their intention of withholding consent
to a suspension of the rules, not be
cause they are opposed to the proposed
measure, but in order
with the joint committee and the street
Advertised by every patron-Palace
Clothing House satisfactory laundry.
SMALLPOX AT TRANSFER
Three, cases .of smallpox were yester*
day removed from a laboring men's lodg
ing-house at the Minnesota Transfer, just
west of the Transfer bridge on University
avenue, St. Paul. Forty .other men,, who
"bunked*'v in. the ,same building.
Were "Compelled' to be vaccinated* their'
clothing disinfected, and the. lodging
house was thoroly fumigated.
The three cases were a mild form of,
smallpox, and the men were remove* to
the' St." PaUl 'pesthouse. 4
The forty-three men were employees of
the Minnesota Transfer railroad in the
switching yards. They were closely as
sociated with train Crews and with sev
eral .hundred other men who work In the
yards and reside in S Paul.
Disagreeable Odor Arising from Indi
gestion or from Any Habit or In
dulgence, Can Be Instantly
Sample Package Mailed Free.
Other people notice your bad breath
where you would not notice it at all.
It is nauseating to other people to
stand before them and while you are
talking, give them a whiff or two of
your bad breath. It usually comes
from food fermenting on your stomach.
Sometimes you have it in the morning,
that awful sour, bilious, bad breath.
You can stop that at once by swallow
ing one or two St'iart Charcoal Lozen
ges, the most poi"*rful gas and odor
absorbers ever prepared.
Sometimes your meals will reveal
themselves in your breath to those who
talk with you. "You've had onions,"
or "You've been eating cabbage," and
all f a sudden you belch in the face
of your friend. Charcoal is a wonder
ful absorber of odors, as every one
knows. That is why Stuart's Charcoal
Lozenges are so quick to stop all gases
and odors of odorous foods, or gas
Don't use breath perfumes. They
never conceal the odor, and never ab
sorb the gas that causes the odor. Be
sides, the very fact of using them re
veals the reason for their use. Stuart's
Charcoal Lozenges in the first place
stop for good all sour brash and belch
ing of gas, and make your breath pure,
fresh and sweet, juse after vou've
eaten. Then no one will turn his face
away from you when you breathe or
talk your breath wili be pure and
fresh, and besides your food will taste
so much better to you at your next
meal. Just try it.
Charcoal does other wonderful things,
too. It carries away from your stom
ach and intestines, all the impurities
there massed together and which causes
the bad breath. Charcoal is a purifier
as well as an absorber.
Charcoal is now by far the best,
most easy and mild laxative known. A
whole boxful will do no harm in fact,
the more you take the better. Stuart's
Charcoal Lozenges are made of pure
willow charcoal and mixed with just a
faint flavor pf honey to make them
palatable for you, but not too sweet.
You just chew them like candy. They
are" absolutely harmless.
Get a new, pure, sweet breath, fresh
en your stomach for your next meal,
and keep the intestines in good work
ing order. These two things are the
secret of good health and long life.
You can^get all the charcoal necessary
to do these wonderful but simple
things by getting Stuart's Charcoal
Lozenges. We want, you to test these
little wonder workers yourself before
you buy them. So send us your full
name and, address for a free sample of
Stuart*8 Charcoal Lozenges. Then after'
you have tried the sample, and been
convinced, go to your druggist and
get a 25c box of them. You'll feel bet
ter all bver more comfortable, and
Send us your name and* address to
day and we will at once send you by
UILUE EMPLOYEE S
ENGINEERS WILL CONFER WITH
OFFICIALS THIS WEEK.
mail a sample package, free.. Address
F. A. Stuart Co., 60 Stuart Bldg.,)
Roads Prepare to Offer New Scale and
Easier Conditions in Order to Avoid
Conflict that Might Complicate Sit
uation Already Serious.
Locomotive engineers and trainmen
in the employ of railways centering in
the twin cities are preparing to ask
concessions regarding wages and con
ditions of service. Increase in pay is
wanted, and there.is a general demand
for reforms with regard to hours and
The movement^ bv the engineers is
well along and it is understood that
several conferences will be arranged
this week between a delegation of the
engineers' brotherhood and officials of
the companies. The- officials will be met
in groups. Thus, the Great Northern,
Northern Pacific and Soo lines will be
treated together. The southwestern
lines have practically the same inter
ests and so have the Chicago lines.
Will Make Offer.'
It is reported that the Northern
Pacific and Great Northern, in order
to forestall any difficulty which may
impair the Service at such a critical
time as the present, are preparing to
announce a new wago scale which will
benefit the engineers and trainmen.
Such a grant may cause the men to
hold back their demands for shorter
setting busy and
altho they will not be in shape to meet
the railway officials until next month,
they are said to be determined to go
the limit attempting to get what they
Railroad men in the city state that
the demands for anew schedule of
wages has been under consideration by
them since early in the when a
will hold any further meetings. There
is nothing which can be done at the
present time and-before an answer is
received from the east it is likely that
a new committee will have been ap
will be drawn
of switch, freight and passenger en
Mifwaukee road.in The terms
Paul tomorrow! Little trou
ble is anticipated by the engineersi a
claimed will not be excessive.
Quality laundry work with money
back guarantee. Palace Clothing gojg
MILLER'S PHOTO- ATELIER,
f| Medicad Block, 60i -Nicollet Avenue.
Replete with all modern improvements
in construction and equipments, both
domestic and foreign. "The cloudy
says Mr. Miller, "are
just as successful as fair 'da)r ones,
with us, and the old-fashioned'idea of
bad weather, no photo, has been en
tirely eliminated and is a thing.of the
past, rendered sob the improvements
in our up-to-date" Studio, so that now
IMMENSE BANKRUPT STOCK O
rofession as concentrated oil of pine,
apaking of this oil, a well-known
local physician declared that it was
without an equal for the speedy relief
of acute colds and coughs and all man
ner of throat and lung trouble. The
.original formula used by Dr. Wallace,
and now generally prescribed, is as
"One-half ounce of concentrated oil
of pine two ounces of glycerine half
pint of good pure whisky mix thor
oughly and use in tablespoonful doses
every four hours."
On inquiring at one of the leading
drug stores it was found that the con
centrated oil of pine "is put up only
in one way and that is in half-ounce
bottles. Each bottle is enclosed in a
round case and securely sealed. This
protects it from heat and light. The
cheap oils sold in bulk are useless. On
account of their impurities they pro
duce vomiting and kidney trouble.
There are also some patent medicines
put up in a similar manner and using
a similar name, but there is only one
"concentrated oil of pine" and is ob
tainable froril any good prescription
Stomach and Nerve Disorders see
the Indian Medicine Man,
918 Century Building,
First Avenue South and Fourth Street.
Merchants use The Journal most
4 because it gives them best results. &
A ONE-FIFTH USUAL PRICE. ALL THIS WEEK.
Open evenings until 9 p.m.
This stoek was purchased by us at an extremely lowflffure.and must be closed out at once,
will go in a hurry if quality, stylo and the following- prices const for anything.
Beaver and Plucked Otter Jackets,
best of linings, and guaranteed to
be best of make, and all sizes,
worth $125, sqld ^AE
River Mink Jacket, guaranteed, well
made, best of lining* ffiAB
worth $65, sold' for, %P afc
Japanese Mink, -frorth DAE
?io5, sold or, ..:..^o
Wolf Seal Jackets Best of make,
good lining, worth $50,. ...Ifl* 4 E
Bold for. r.... Wv- O
Astrakhan. Jackets^ best of make,
good satin lining, worth & 4
$45 to $50,-sold for ..V...^Iw
Double length .Marten Scarfs, latest
style, worth $}2, & A A
sold for ..VfcBOU
Japanese Mink Scarfs, single with
head, worth $9, QOA
Siberian Squirrel Scarfs, best of silk
linings, latest Btyle with. fringe,
Chinchilla Scarfs, best of silk linings
and latest style, fl^Q A
worth $12.2a,sold for 9 W O
One Muff to-
N. W. Phone
appointments for sittings may be made
irrespective of inclement weather.
The one thing to be avoided, howeveT,
is coming late in the day, as the actin
ic rays of light become inert as the
day progresses, therefore earlier hours
are preferable, giving better expres
sions and general results. Christmas1
photos are jnore popular than ever this
season. Our new 'Dresden* has made
a decided hit."
Beaver Storm Collar Scarf, with
combination muff, (& Jfi Ct
worth $17, sold for 90B4CI
River Mink Storm Collar Scarfs,
combination muff, ^TIT O O
worth $17, sold for 9 Bf O
Lynx Scarfs, worthy 4 A (ffcO
$25, sold for 1 Ua & O
Brook Mink Muffler Necktie Scarfs,
lined with best of silk linings, lat
est style, worth & 9 IT. A
$6.50, sold for 3OaDU
Japanese Mink Muffler Necktie
Scarfs, worth $10, O A (AC
sold for !.^2Csl'SfO
Men's Detachable Otter. Collars,
worth from $12 to $18,
River Mink Detachable fe O
Collars, worth $7.50, sold for O
Russian Beaver Detachable Collars,
worth $7, O 4 A
sold for dliOU
Russian Calfskin Coats, best make
and quality guaranteed, 04C
worth $26, sold for I O
Russian Lamb Coats, River Mink
Collar and Cuffs, well made, worth
from $25 to $30, sold ftJA
for $10 up to OlO
TWIN CITY FUR CO.
1608 E. Franklin Av.^rr
$4.50 SPECIAL-%d-r E
ally uold at $6.00: Thtee-piece^-knife, fork
-and steelstag handlesterling silver fer
rules. 100 sets. Choice of six patterns.
247-240 NICOLLET AV.
'Hardware, 'Cutlery, Tools, PafrifV
Athletlo Goods, Kltchenware, Eto.
Sunday, 9, 190&
White Pine Comes Into Prominence for
Curing Severe Coughs and Golds.
The stately pine tree growing in the
solitude of the eastern mountains holds
the proud distinction of yielding to
the human race- a greater variety and
more .meritorious medicines than any
other plant in the vegetable world.
Its tinctures, oils and extracts are
in constant use by the doctors all over
the world and highly prized on ac
count ,of their certain action on the
mucous membranes and their great
Dr. Wallace of Philadelphia has re
cently given to his fellow physicians
a new and probably the most valuable
of pine products. It is known to the
When all others have
Great Christmas Sa le
MONDAY and ALL WEEK we will make the
most liberal price inducements to Holi
day shoppers ever made in this
city on Oriental Rugs.
THESE BUGS are all picked, selected, perfect specimens of
the very highest order, and are desired for their great beauty
and perfect harmony of colors. Whether you want to buy or
not, we ask you to judge these remarkable values.
HERE ARE lower prices than any quoted this year, and you
will note that the rugs are from provinces in the Orient that
supply ninte-tenths of the finest Oriental Rugs.
TABRIZ RUGSSizes about 4x6 feet, very
close weavesvalue $75 to $85: this week.
KIRMANSHAHSSizes about 4x6 feet. [Very fine, soft and
silky. Values $100 to $110.
This week .....p7o.U0
SARUKSSizes about 4x7 feet, extra fine. OS\ f\f\
Values $90 to $100. This week ,poUeOU
KAZAKS and KURDISTANS, sizes 3 to 4 feet wide by 0
to 8 feet long. Values to $40. d*'"p
This week eP^D.UU
KAZAKS and IRANS, royal pieces, sizes up to 5x7 feet and
4^x9 feet. Value to $60.00. t''- &r\
This week ipO/eSU
KURDISTANS3 to 4 feet wide, 6 to 7 feet &~%f\ g\r%
long, worth to $30. This week..., P.*UeUU
KHIVAS, room sizes, 6x9 feet and 7%xl0
feet, value to $90
Oriental Rugs Cleaned and RepairedPrices Seasonable.
Oriental Rug Merchants
NICOLLET AVE. and TENTH 3T.
CHICAG O STORE
417-425 CEDA ATE., MINNEAPOLIS
your consideration we have opened and ready for in-^
speetion an unusual line of EUROPEAN NOVELTIES,
and a choice assortment of FINE GERMAN
N Pi I N OTP
never shown before in America.accident
lXinULl nWl JL,large, fast mail steamer Kai-
ser Wilhelm der Grosse, our opening announcement cards were
lost or gone astray. We will therefore not mail any notice of
our Holiday Opening and would deem it a favor to have you-
consider this as an equivalent. We especially direct attention
to the works of art, including the lat
est European productions, found on
Main Floor in show cases and in the"
Annex. Bric-a-brac roomon 2nd Floor.
Winder Korjen Fire Works
for Christmas Tree
ASK TO SEE THEM
We are Pur Manufacturers and Manufacture all our Furs In Our
If you buy Furs from Us, you will buy them at the lowest nrices
obtainable considering Quality and Style. lowest prices
Remember we are First-class Furriers with 25 years experience and
have served the Public and Outsiders for the Last 18 Years In this City
and will absolutely Guarantee you satisfaction or no Pay.
We have in Stock all kinds of Ladies' Neckwear and
Muffs, ranging in Price from $ 2 to $300- "'i**
Ladies' Fur Jackets from 815. to 9315. -r
Ladies' Fur-lined Coats from $20 to $15 0.
Men's Fur and Fur-lined Coats,, from $40 to $300- ~T
-NOTEWe positively guarantee to Duplicate any Fur Garment or
Neck-piece at 10 per cent less thaJu Down-town Prices. Remember Our
.Location and Low Rent Do
of (rood Style
.FU1RTwentieth kM MANUFACTURERS.*/. *I--
foo 81 Avenue North..-.
.Take the Twentieth Avenue or Emerson Car going NorthtoBryant Ave.
Evenings Excep Wednesday.
TelephonesN. W. Nic. 299. T. C. 14097.' f%
All Mali Orders Given our Careful and Prompt Attention,^