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TO DRU USED O SAYE NESTER'S LIFE Journal Special Service. Harry Mitchell's Editorial I am Going to Work for Glory The building where I "hang out" is to he invaded by an army of carpenters, painters and decorators the first of the year, and it's "up to me" to make way for them. My business has grown like a "ten-year-old kid on a farm" and I have simply got to have more room so I went after it like "Teddy" goes after a grizzly and landed the whole Nicollet avenue frontage from 310 to 314 inclusive. I have secured the three buildings designated above and just as soon as 1906 "breaks from its shell" you will see a husky commo- tion at these premises. I am going to yank the daylights out of these buildings and remodel and redecorate them until you won't recognize them. In fact I'm going to haVe the swellest tailoring establishment in the United States, and right on Nicollet avenue. That's why I have got to get rid of my goods within the next four weeks it makes no difference what happens to prices. Suit or Overcoat made to order from any of my newest, richest patterns in worsteds, in fancy or black, for which you would be asked from ?40 to $50 at any other tailoring establishment, and for which I always got $20 or $25, I will now make up to your order, satisfac- tion guaranteed, for $15. Chicago, Dec. 5.Scopalamine, a new anesthetic, was used yesterday at the Mercy hospital by Dr. John B. Murphy in an operation on John Nester, one of the wealthiest lumbermen in north ern Michigan. From a surgical stand- My line of elegant fabrics, made especially for me in England. The patterns are both varied and beautiful, right up to the minute in style and excellent in quality anywhere else you would pay $50 to $55, and my price, as long as they last, suit or overcoat made to order, $20. Only the very finest imported materials, which are called staples, and are just as good as sugar in a grocery store. You will find many tailors have the nerve to ask $75 to $80 a suit, while my price will be suit or overcoat made to order, $25. My personal guarantee of "Fi and Satisfaction or your money refunded" goes with every garment. Yours truly, HARRY MITCHELL Store, 310 Nicollet Ave. OUT-OF-TOWN men write to me for samples and self-measure ment blanks. I can make your clothes, no matter where you live. Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. Would We Throw Away $100,000.00 m^t mm Santa Fe All the Wiy unny Chicago and Kan- as City to Lo Angelei.SanDiego andSanFrancuco. For descriptive fcdokle8 addreaa Carpenter. PanAgt AT.fif S Ry .Guaran- ty Bid*.. Minne- apolis point the operation was considered suc cessful. Dr. J. B. Herrick, the diagnostician, said a email quantity of scopalamine and morphine' were given Mr. Nester hypodermically shortly before the opwinter. eration. The patient "was on the oper-i atmg table thirty minutes. mg which is in evidence." Nester was brought to Chicago by special train from Baraga? Mich., where he has extensive timber interests. Would it payto expend over $100,000.00 in introducing and getting you acquainted with Barrington Hall, the steel cut coffee would it pay, if it were not genuinely differenta coffee that people can drink without the feeling that coffee drinking hurts them? There are such peopleparticularly those who live indoors and use up their nervous energy fast they love coffeethey feel they need it, and yet they feel that they would like to drink a coffee that would agree with them. Such is Barrington Hall, the steel-cut coffee, and there is a reason. Mind, we are practically putting up over $100,000.00 as a guarantee that this reason is all that the most particular public in the worldthe Americandemands in the way of a coffee at once palatable and pleasing, and at the same time economical. is prepared by a process which removes all the tan- Barriiv^toiCHall ^m^ nin-bearing yellow skin and *fU& *5yb Bi fffYpfftA dustpurifiesand makes 0*1? X^*VJ each particular granule as Email as its neighbor and as clean and appetizing when dry, as fragrant and delicious in the cup. The coffee speaks for itself and there should be no reason why you, if you care for a coffee that you can drink with comfort and health, need go further than to your grocers. Roasted, steel-cut, packed by machinery in sealed tins, and guaranteed by Baker & Co., Importers, Minneapolis. For sale by the better class of grocers, at 35c per pound.^ Whetner you "go Linv* lted or "go Tourist," oe sure you "go SantaFe' to Califo iP^v^fV'V ..V&^M< v.-i, t^K^y^^\g^W^ THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. GQHFERENGE FRUITLESS MILWAUKEE OFFICIALS FAIL TO ATTEND EXPORT GRAIN BATE "EMERGENCY MEETING." "Dr. Murphy opened and drained General rearrangement of the offices two abscesses in the pelvis," said Dr. of the Great Western road in the Metro- Herrick. "Mr. Nester's condition is pqlitan Theater building in St. Paul serious. His recovery depends upon his will be made. A new building on Min- ability to withstand the blood poison-1 nesota street, adjoining, will give space rnia Tke only transcontinental*, line under one management all the Way Meal service by Fred". Harvey Visit Grand Canyon of Arizona Leave Kansas City 9:35 a. m., 11:00 a.m., 2:35 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. daily. Connecting trains from Twin Cities Chicago, Dec. 4.The export grain rate war bids fair to last until the crop of 1905 is moved to market. Not a quorum of the executive officers of western roads was present when the "emergency meeting" was called to order today by Chairman Mahoney of the western trunk lines committee. Con spicuous by its absence was the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, which started the present trouble. It was reported that Vice President Hiland was sick, General Freight Agent Keeley out of town and Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent Pierpont too busy with other matters to attend the meet ing. "Without the Milwaukee, the other roads, could make no progress toward settling the rate war. An effort will be made to have all the roads attend another meeting in the near future, with a view to raising rates on Jan. 1, but it is not likely that it will be done. ELECTRICS O. K. New York Central Finds New Locomo tives Satisfactory. New York Central officials are well pleased with the electric locomotives which ^the American Locomotive com pany is building at its Schenectady works. They are directly the opposite of the Pennsylvania and the Hartford machines. An official said: 7One of the new electrics has been under severe tests for the last few months. All the tests have been made under actual run ning conditions and after 25,000 miles of continuous running it is still in per fect order and iust as efficient as it was when turned out of the shops. I believe the electric locomotive will be used largely within five years." THIRTY YEARS AGO Modern Trains Are Not So Much Paster than in Those Days. Thirty years ago the North-Western road made a record run across the con tinent to take a theatrical company over the route in seventy-five hours. The train beat its own schedule about five hours, and was ten hours ahead of time. It was drawn by one of the small locomotives of the day, with light cars and light roadbed, and made the run from Chicago to Omaha188 miles in eleven hours and fifteen minutes. It made one burst of seventy-nine miles in seventy-five minutes and another of forty-five miles in forty-four minutes. The train passed Kelton, Col., ten hours and forty-seven minutes ahead of time. In these days when the flyers are highly advertised, it appears that the cannon balls of today don't exceed the speed of the North-Western train of thirty years ago by a great deal. There are many trains now between New York and San Francisco that do little better than eighty-five hours. Goddesses Out in Snow. Part of the Louisiana Purchase ex position is going to pieces on a side track in Indiana, illustrating how soon are the glories of the day forgot ten in this busy age. A lot of eagls peristyle columns and goddesses were billed to some eastern institution. One car was sent thru Indiana to connect with the Nickel Plate. The latter would not accept the junk, as some of the goddesses had lost their heads and other impedimenta. While the railroads are fighting over the matter, the stufi is rapidly going to pieces and seems doomed to remain on a sidetrack all Rearrange Offices. for so'ne of the offices, which are nowand badly scattered. The passenger depart ment will be put in the Metropolitan building in Mav. The ticket auditor and freight claim agent, now across the street, will be assigned to- the new building. For Signal Engineers. C. S. Christofferson, signal engineer of the Great Western,, has compiled a book of instructions for the benefit of signal engineers and operators of inter locking plants. It gives valuable point ers as to the manipulation and care of the appliances and is the first book of instructions of its kind'ever printed. Goes to Philippines. J. L. Pratt, claim agent of the Great Western road, has been appointed tax commissioner also. M. E. Woodruff has been appointed to a new position, that of right-of-wav commissioner. 'B. F. Winders, traveling claim agent, has been appointed chief clerk to Mr. Pratt and John Everdall, Jr., assistant claim agent of the eastern division, with headquarters at Chicago. oes to Philippines. Washington, Dec. 5."F. A. Moliter, chief of the Midland Valley railroad, formerly chief engineer of the Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf railroad, has been appointed supervisor of the Philippine railroad system. BOY CURED OF GLANDERS First Case of Its Kind to Be Treated with Success, Say Doctors. Journal Special Service. Worcester, Mass Dec. 5 Frank Holls rook, 15 years old, of Oxford, will be discharged from the city hospital In a few days, cured of glanders. It is the first case on record in which a complete cure has been effected, the doctors say Holbrook was admitted to the hospital on Aug. 28 as a typhoid patient. In a few days it developed that he had glan ders, his blood having been infected by scratching his arm in a stall which a horse had occupied. He was treated with creoline poultices, -which were applied to bring the abscesses to a head. These were opened and the poison removed. Forty seven abscesses were opened. The North Star Limited" Improved.. Solid vestibuled through train of Buffet-Library, Chair Cars, Sleepers and Dining Car to Chicago leaves Min neapolis at 8 p.m. also improved ser vice to St. Louis. Eeduced rates to many places. Call on J. G. Rickel, City Ticket Agent, No. 424 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis, Minn, pne Fare for the Bound Trip via Chi cago Great Western Railway To points within 150 miles. Tickets on sale every Saturday and Sunday up to Dec. 17. Good returning the following Monday. Low rates to other points on sale every Friday. For full informa tion apply R.Minneapolis,G. H. Heard, A., 5th and Nicolleto av Minn 1 i "Beards Make Not Philosophers." 1A flowing,beard may give a man a wise appearance, but it cannot put brains into his head. No more can a pretty label put good whiskey into a I bottle. The quality of Pickwick Rye consistently backs up its label. Carey Roofing will neither run in hot weather nor crack in cold weather. Ab solutely guaranteed. See W. S. Nott i Co., Tel. 376. Hoodwinks the Oculist. Madden Eve onwma aVM. tJ5an.fk. 0 &%te'**^&\&fi* ll Let us eater into a contract with ytt. Yau can arrange satis- imctery terms of payment Chiffonier ifextra large size, made of oak, finished in golden has a good-sized French bevel plate mirror properly cas tered would be a bargain at $10.75. For Wednesday only- $7.75 PRISONER EJECTED FROM C0DRTR00M MICHIGAN TOMBSTONE WRECKER DENOUNCES COURT. Jose Kazimer Becomes Violent When Arraigned and Authorities Will Have Him Examined by Experts to Deter mine as to Alleged InsanityCase Presents Some Unusual Features. Special to Tho Journal. A Marquette, Mich Bee. -lose Kazimer, the tombstone wrecker, tfUl not be tried for his depiedationa at the iffflbeming cemetery, but will be examined by inedical exjjerti who will pass on his sanity. Kasslmer was arraigned today, and while he was in the room made himself BO objectionable by loud talking that he was eject ed by order of the court. In vehement Hungarian be denounced court and lawyers, and emphasized his remarks by stamping his foot. Kazimer's actions were in contradistinction to his conduct at the jail for the pabt two months. In confinement he is peaceable and does not object to visitors, unless they are Introduced as lawyers, in which event he never fails to denounce them as "thieves robbers Says He Is Innocent. He told Sheriff Rough and a newspaper man he was innoeent of the charge of wrecking tombstones, denying he ever visited Escanaba or any other place for the purpose of breaking monuments Probate Judge Potter will set a day for his examination as soon as the proper petition is filed The case presents a rather unusual state of affairs*. Kazimer is clearly a nonresident, and under the state law cannot be sent to the state insane hospital. It is impossible to trace his place of residence with any degree of certainty, and under the circumstances deportation is im- 9 ttBLOTt_} 25a. BoutelVs Good Furniture, For Wednesday. possible as Kazimer is not thought to be a fit subject to be at large. His case will probably be disposed of here. He says he worked in the coal mines of Pennsylvania for several years, and also claims to have been a contractor in Kurope. His birthplace was in one of the environs of Budapest. MARK PITMAN DEAD Chase Leather Couch Good size, Karpen construction, moss upholstered, best of steel springs j. covered with genuine Chase leather. Equal in looks and wear to a J*1 ST isis $40 couch. Wednesday only /s/S(/C/ $3 down and $1 per week. Our assortment of Christmas Goods is the largest and most beautiful we have ever shown. Make your selections now and we will hold them for future delivery. SEE OUR FURNISHED FLATS ON SECOND, THIRD AND FOURTH FLOORS. ESTABLISHED IN 1871. Largest Home, Hotel and Club Furnishers in the Northwest Teacher of John S. 0. Abbott and Ad miral Uriu Stricken. HOUSE SEES ROMANCE A Minneapolis Institution Owned by Minneapolis People, Journal Special Service. Wallingford, Conn., Dec. 5.The death yesterday of Mark Pitman, head of the Choate' school, removes one of the most famous educators in New England. He was head of the school founded by an uncle of Ambassador Choate, and two of his famous pupils were the historian John S. C. Abbott, a brother of Lyman Abbott, and Adlong, miral Uriu of Japan. When Suzuki, surgeon general of the Japanese army, arrived in this country a month ago, he went into Dr. Pitman's school ana presented the remembrances of Uriu and Togo, who had often vis ited here. Dr. Pitman sent back to Uriu the largest carnation raised in the Choate school conservatories as a token of respect for the imperial car nation of Japan. Dr. Pitman was 75 years old and was graduated from Bowdoin 1859. He has been for twenty-four years head of the Choate school. He is survived by three daughters. Ml6s Alice Roosevelt In Gallery and Later with Longworth. Journal Special Service. Washington, Dec. 5.Miss Alice Roose velt entered the executive gallery of con gress just after the house had been called to order yesterday. Miss Roosevelt's presence has again started the report that she is to marry Rep. "Nick" Long- HATJOYTHEY BRING To EVERYHOME as with joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and playwhen in healthand how conducive to health the games in which they indulge, the outdoor life they enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved,' not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an injuri- ous or objectionable nature, and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to assist nature, only those of known excellence should be used remedies which are pure and wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come into general favor in many millions of well informed families, whose estimate of its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use. Syrup of Figs has also met with the approval of physicians generally, because they know it is wholesome, simple and gentle in its action. We inform all reputa- ble physicians as to the medicinal principles of Syrup of Figs, obtained, by an original method, from certain plants known to them to act most beneficially and presented in an agreeable syrup in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste therefore it is not a secret rernedy and hence we are free to refer to all well informed physicians, who do not approve of patent medicines and never favor indiscriminate self-medication. Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs always has the full name of the CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co.plainly printed on the front of every package and that it is for sale in bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent size, or having printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it. If you fail to get the genuine you will not get its beneficial effects. Every family should always havew a "bottle on hand, as it is equally beneficial for the parents and the children whenever a laxative remedy is required*, worth, the young millionaire from Ohio. Directly that he could get off the floor, Mr..Longworth joined Miss Roosevelt and they walked away together. It is a notice able fact that Miss Roosevelt has at tended every opening of congress since she met Mr. Longworth. GIANT'S BONES UNEARTHED Horns on the Skull of Skeleton Found in Indiana. Journal Special Service. Knightstown, Ind., Dec. 5.Bones of a primitive giant have been unearthed by Alonzo Lewis, a farmer living near Sulphur Springs. The skeleton is more than seven feet in length and the skull has horns about an inch and a half projecting upward from a point just behind the .ears. Several similar skeletons have been found here in the past few weeks. All the peculiar bones were found in a gravel pit on the Lewis farm. HOPF'S ASTHMA CURE The Genuine Hon" Medicine Price, 35 cts. a bottle (full size). Compounded after the true and correct formula of the famous Prof. Hoff* of Vienna, Austria. Known and recognized everywhere as a positive cure for Aitbm a, Catarrh, Hay Fever, Bronchitis and all diseases of the breathing organs. The gen uine bears the Crown" trade mark. This should Interest all those who have been purchasing the Hoff medicine under different names at $1 and $2 a bottle. Sole Agents la Minneapolis, DILLIH DRUG GO. Ti_.oe4(H... A Cor, 1stt Ave. S. and Wash, stores gfc mdfaem Ave 4^ ams Music Cabinet Oak or mahogany finish, ad justable shelves, would make a most desirable Christmas gift. This music cabinet is sold regularly for much more than we ask. Our price, for one day only $5.00 $ Beauty and Strength A Form Sublime to Those who Take Vaucaire Galega Tablets Bust Develeper Flesh, Food & Tonic They are 'b far better than any liquid preparation. They All out shrunken parts. develop the bust, create a natural appe tite, produce restful sleep and clear the,* complexion. If you are careworn and rwvi. down try a box of VAUCAIRE GALEGA,^ TABLETS and note their wonderful ef feet. VnAnwrntxA by physicians, noted authori- XiUUUrBeu beautyf culture, edl-^ tors of beautye columns leading pub lications, and the New York Health Jour nal, the great medical authority. Three weeks' treatment, $1. Six boxes, $5. SENT BY MAIL. IP DESIRED. One box tablets equals 2 bottles liquid. MELOROSE^ DRICACIDDISEASES Core FR EE N ^^^^.^^^^tafuuu^r^YeY** xiTI|^ A perfect Skin Food. Just the thing to use while taking Vaucaire Galega Tab lets. Melorose Is by far the Best cream for massaging, rounding out hollow. shrunken parts and producing a clear and beautiful complexion. Put up in col lapsible tubes, making it absolutely anti septic and convenient. Price 50c. rjrjrjcA liberal trial box of Melo- fJKCCrose Cream sent to any one for the asking. PawnrA Some dealers may offer you a DVWUIC substitute and possibly tell you that it is "just as good" as our prepara tions. Beware of them. Take Ho vli&nco Upn. cut out this "ad" and give it to your dealer and say "This is what I want." Made only by WILLARD WHITE CO., 856 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. Ton can obtain the genuine at Voegell Bm. Drag Co., Cor. Henn. and Wash, ays Cor. jftn at and Nic. ar Cor. 4th ay S and 22d at Cor. Lyndale and 20th ar N. Wtt SAL-LAG Rheumatism, Kidney, Blad der, Stomach, Female Diseases and Catarrh. SAII-LIAC contains no Opiates, harmful drugs or Alcohol, and the cure starts with the first doss. Headache, Backache. Indigestion. Constipation, Tired Feeling, Sleep lessness are all Indications of Urio Add poison in the blood. SAL- LAC acts directly upon the cause of diseasepurifies the blood, stops the pain, the soreness and stiff ness, cures all catarrhal condi tions. No matter what your age or how long you have been sick. Cut this ad outsend your name and address (also your druggist's) and we will give you a 50c BOTTLE FBEE Krupp Remedy GO.