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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, December 05, 1905, Image 11

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WEDNESDAY
SPECIAL
Double Amount
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On All Cash
Sales
307 NICOLLET AVENUE
NOTE
Our window display on Thursday and Prlday
afternoons and Saturday all day/this week.
It 1B always the Metropolitan Music Co. that offers new
ideas, and our success is due largely to bur progressiveness.
Whatever is good or desirable in the piano business can
be found at the "Met"for 25 years the Piano Headquar
ters of the Northwest. In our window we will show a new
idea for the comfort of children who are taking music les
sons. Don't fail to see it.
Our display of fine pianos is particularly fine just now,
and owing to the alterations now being made in our ware
rooms, we are offering special inducements to present pur
chasers. This is not a "piano sale," but eimply an unusual
bid for business, and it is worth your while to investigate.
Sole agents for Stein
way, Knabe, Weber,
Ivers & Pond, abler,
Emerson, Dyer Bros.,
Smith & Barnes, Ludwig
and other good pianos.
Also the Pianola and
Pianola Piano.
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41-43 South Sixth Street
HOW TO JUDGE A LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
One good way is by its record for honest and economical
management. The past at least is secure and it is the best guide
for the future.
The STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSUEANCE COMPANY OP
WORCESTER, MASS., has a 61-year record upon these points,
which is surpassed by no other company in the world. For
illustration, during the year 1905 the entire Home Office ex-
pense of the STATE MUTUAL was only $74,000. This includes
the salaries of the entire official staff and the large force of
clerks employed at the Home Office to care for a business of
107 millions of insurance and assets of oyer 25 millions. This
is one of the results of the Massachusetts insurance law and
Massachusetts insurance supervision.
Every applicant for insurance should consider a STATE
MUTUAL proposition before placing his business. Pull informa
tion given by any of the company's agents.
C. W. VAN TUYL, General Agent, 15-21 Loan & Trust Building.
Augustus Warren, Geo. A. AlnsWorth, F. W. Woodward, R. S. Thomson, Solon
Royal, T. A. Carroll, A. T. Baker, O. D. Davis.
"The lives of all your loving complices lean upon your health"and health
does not last. If you need insurance, take it now.
'The
of the Associated
JOURNALS
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CITY NEWS
BLAMES 1OTHER-I|LAW
WIFE SAYS HER HUSBAND^ AND
HIS MOTHER STOLE HER TWO
CHILDREN. ^S?^^ME2
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Mrs. Victor Oederberg, 730 Seventh
avenue S, declares that two of her chil
dren have been stolen and kept hidden
from her by her husband, Victor Oeder
berg, and her mother-in-law. The
mother has taken the matter into court
on a writ of habeas corpus and this
afternoon before Judge John Day
Smith, her attorney argued in favor of
iving th custody of the baby and the
to the mother.
The trouble between the parents has
been of long duration. The case was
brought to the attention of the Minne
apolis Humane society some months ago
and the officers of .that organization
have done what they could to bring
peace to the Cederberg household, but
they have worked without results. The
wife declares that she has not been
treated as she should have been and
that her husband neglects her for his
mother. She alleges that some weeks
ago the father took the two children,
leaving her only her little girl. She
says that the children were taken to
their grandmother's house and have
since been moved out into the country,
where she has been unable to locate
them or to find out in any way how. they
were or what kind of care they were
having. The members of the Mother's
church have been working with the
Humane society and others to help the
little mother out of her trouble and it
was thru friends that she was induced
to secure a writ of habeas corpus result
ing in the children being brought into
court today.
HADE SOME BIG LOANS
STATE SCHOOL FUND PARCELED
TO COUNTIES, VILLAGES AND
SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
Loan applications amounting to $121,-
200 wdre approved today by the state
board of investment. Most of them
were to school districts, but some large
loans were made to counties and vil
lages.
Lake county got a $40,000 loan for a
n'ew courthouse at Two Harbors, and
Big Stone $12,000 for refunding indebt
edness. The village of Wadena se
cured $16 000, South St. Paul $10,000,
Erskine. Pork county, $3,000, and the
town or Eagle Point, Marshall eounty,
$3,000. Pour large school district loans
were made, Ortonviile getting $9,500
District No. 2, Swift county, $6,000
No. 75, Kittson county, $3,500 and No.
13, St. Louis county, $'3,500.
Another meeting will be held next
Friday, when $57,000 of county ditch
loans' will be allowed. There is a
$90,000 surplus in the trust funds of the
state after the money has been issued
on these loans, and $60,000 in progress
of collection will swell the surplus by
the first of the year to $150,000, which
will be available to meet loatt applica
tions.
COLON BACILLUS IS
AGAIN ON RAMPAGE
Boil your.drinking water.
This is the advice of the health de
partment for the ominous, polon bacillus
is out to give warning of the poisonous
condition of the water. At present
there are sixty-eight cases of typhoid
in the city hospitals. By estimating
that th ehospital cases are about 25 per
cent of the total cases in the city, which
is the usual proportion, there must be
nearly three nundred cases of typhoid
in the city.
The colon bug began to appear in the
city water late in September and since
that time the number has increased un
til now there are about 100 colon col
onies to the cubic centimeter.. The
number of cases now on record shows
that the colon is, as usual, an indication
of unhealthy water, but it is believed
that physicians, are not reporting cases
as they should. Only .thirty cases were
reported in November and there were
ten deaths."
On the face of the reports, the ty
phoid fatalities for November would
be 38 1-3 per cent, which of course is
far too great.. There were many cases
that neye were reported and conse
quently never rame under the notice of
the department. The distribution of
the hospital cases at present is as fol
lows: Asbury, 10 city, 16 Northwest
ern, 4 St. Barnabas, 3 St. Mary's, 12?
Swedish, 10, and Norwegian, 7. Tha
department will start a crusade of pub
licity and will urge upon physicians
the "importance of reporting their ty
phoid cases. The situation will be
watched closely to prevent the possi
bility of an epidemic.
LECTURES ON EMERSON
Edward Howard*priggs Interests Large
Audience at First Baptist Church.
"Emerson," the fifth lecture in Ed
ward Howard Griggs' series on "Moral
Leaders from Socrates to Tolstoi," was
given last night in the First Baptist
church.
It was characteristic of Emerson, said
Mr. Griggs, that his life was unmarked
by any striking external incident, some
one deeming him unkind to biographers
in that he did nothing "bad and inter
esting." His biography is the story of
his thinking an-d it was this story,
which the speaker told, showing Emer
son's calm serenity, unruffled oy vio
lent emotion his even poise, never un
balanced by any eccentricity. His
limitations were only suggested in* ques
tions by the speaker. Emerson is a
comfort and solace to those at peace
with themselves, but has he any mes
sage for the stragglersthose who suf
fer? Is he not' fofe" far removed him
self from turmoil and passion to sym
pathize in the fullest with those storm
swept by sorrow!
After the lecture the subject was
thrown open for discussion.
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Neck pieces of nearseal, sable and blue Austral
ian, opossum, nutria, beaver, nearseal nnd krim-
mery astrakhan, nearseal and Persian lamb. E.
J. Svprifces, $4, $sand$6, &*%
Receiver's price. .^r.'.H#fc"Ww
Sable and Isabella fox scarfs, two natural fox
tails some with hair cords and tails. E. J. S.
price, $9.00. Receiver's 4*^L ft 7
45-inch black, brown, green and blue shells, brown
selika lined high shawl collar. E. J. S. price,
$23.00. Receiver's fi4 ft ft
Black Seal Jackets, nutria beaver collar, revers
and cuffs, 24 inches long, Skinner satin lined. E.
J. S. price, $35.00. Receiver's Qb 4 O *7
Collariess, 45-inch, brown selika fur lined coats in
black, brown, green and tan shells. Good values
atE. J. S. price, $37.50. $99 5 0
Receiver's price..
Men's natural brook mink lined coats, 50 inches
long sizes, 40 and 42 melton shells, fine blended
brook mink collor. E. J. S. QL& 7
price $60.00. Receiver's price. ,f
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Press, will appear EXCLUSIFELJ^mnWTHE
GREAT SUNDMV MAGAZINE
W\
uifs, Cloaks,
Just a few very reasonable
suggestions brought to light
during the progress of the
Remarkable Receiver's Sale
Gpociswhich if sold ^sEvans-
Johnson Sloane ex ec ted,
would go dollar for dollar
at the "E. J. S/' prices given
herewith but'twas not to
be, and, tho these garments
are unmistakably high in
sfervice^giving quality, the
court's order brings them
to you very cheap.
.E. MUSE, Trustee.
What Better Xmas Gift Than These?
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fit?
December 5, 1905.
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Children's Coats, military collar, large shoulder
cape, fancy cord and button trimming, E. J. S.
price, $4.. Receiver's A |"7
price...................
Children's zibeline coats, storm collar, large
shoulder capes, velvet and fancy braid trimming.
E. J. S. price, $6.48. S551 9ft
Receiver's price wafc
Misses' wool cheviot coats, imitation astrakhan
shawl collar and cuffs, box shape, belted and
plaited back. E. J. S. price, $9, &L/L "1ft
Receiver's price V^o %M
33-inch all wool kersey capes for elderly ladies,
satin lined throughout, heavy and warm. E. J. S.
price, $9.00. Receiver's 4%2SL 2Lft
Women's and misses' long kersey coats, satin
lined to waist, belted back, with large buckles,
imitation fur collar and cuffs. E. ftQ ft 7
J. S. price, $13.50. Receiver's price V""'-
266 women's suits, all this season's most popular
styles and colors, mostly long coat effects serges,
Panamas, Scotch mixtures, Clay. Diagonals,
Broadcloths, Cheviots, etc.
MINNESOTA
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SOCIETY.
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Lot 1 "'-":'-'Lo 2: Lot8 Lot 4
E. J. S. Price..$22.50 $25.00 $30.00 $32.00.
PC $10.98 $12.73 $13.89 $14.98
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