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ONE TRIAL
Gey ten and India Tea Will Convince You
That it HAS MO EQUAL
NEVER SOLD BY PEDDLERS
Laad Packets Only. Trial Paokits 10 Cents. At All Grocers,
HIGHEST AWARD, ST. LOUIS, 1904.
WE CAM SAVE YOU 20
TO 25 PER CEMT
on your Christmas shopping, and in addi-
tion, with all cash purchases of $1.00 or more
Wednesday, Dec. 20, we will give, when you
bring this coupon, double aWOUUt
S & H. Green Trading Stamps.
Fur Scarfs
Fur ScarfsIn the cluster, stole,
Zaza and tie effects in brook mink,
coney and opossum, trimmed with
chenille, ornaments and tails, $5.00
value, spe-
cial.
Fur Scarfs
Fur ScarfsIncluding the mink
Zazas, the squirrel collarettes, the
marten scarfs, sable and Isabella
foxes, double, two and one-half
yards long, finished with cord, large
brushes and claws. $25.00
$27.50 values,
for $15.0and 0
Waists
WaistsBeautiful line of dainty,
pretty silk waists, suitable for Xmas
gifts, in chiffon taffeta, Japanese
silk, louisines and peau de soies,
made in the fancy and shirtwaist
effects, yokes, trimming of lace, in
sertions, appliques, pretty stocks,
deep cuffs, in pink, pale blue, laven
der, white, cieam, navy, brown and
black $7.50 and $8 fl* A A
values, sale price.... HOa W
Beaver Shawls
Beaver ShawlsFull size, heavy,
deep border, knotted fringe, good as
M_aortmen.t of colors *$*& Caj&
$4 values, sale price. .VlvO
Hand Bags
Hand BagsLadies' hand bags, wal
rus and fancy leathers, leather lined,
inside fittings worth
$2.00 special
A pair of good, warm, durable bed blankets makes a most acceptable
gift. Aside from bed blankets we have other blankets which are
Very appropriate for Xmas gifts, all
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES
Steamer Rugs
Can be used as lounging robes,
couch covers, for traveling, at
football games, etc. These rugs
are in perfect condition and we
offer them at a savin.g to you of
at least 2 5
cent
/Tuesday Evening,
or,
3A,
i 7A
1
Scarfs
ScarfsSable and Isabella foxes,
long and silky, finished with large
brush and claws, sable squirrel ties,
opossum and water mink neckpieces,
values to $10, sale Cfcflt
price MV VaQPO
Dressing Sacques
Dressing SacquesMade up in the
fleece back goods, dark and medium
grounds, full front, round collar,
neatly trimmed 50c dress
ing sacques, sale price....
Kimonas
KimonasMade up in the heavy
flannelettes, Persian patterns and
stripes, trimmed with plain bands,
all colors $1.50
kimonas, sale price.
Umbrellas
UmbrellasLadies' 26-inch Ameri
can taffeta silk, silk case and tassel,
paragon frame, large assoitment of
fancy handles, worth
$2.00, special
UmbrellasGents' 28-inch American
taffeta, paragon frame, case and tas
sel, boxwood, silver trimmed han
dles worth $2.50,
^special A
Hose Supporters
Hose SupportersLadies' fancy silk
round gaiters, fancy gold buckles,
in glass covered boxes 9 I S A
wortli 39c, special afii W
Bath Robe Blankets
Make appropriate gifts^i either
made into-robes or the blanket it
self. W have the most complete
assortment of colors and designs
from which you may select.
W quote below a few of our bargains which will give you an idea of
the discounts of our entire line
Size 10-461x80One half wool, worth $4.75, now
Size 10-462x78All wool, worth $5.25, now
Si^e 11-468x80All wool, worth $6.75, now
Size 11-470x8475 per cent line wool, worth $7.50, now.
Size 12-480x82Heavy and durable, worth $12.00, now.
SPECIALWe also offer rare bargains in the finest
woo2l
manufactured, worth from $15 to $35, now $10.00
CERTIFICATESFor the convenience of parties not wishing to make
a selection, we issue blanket certificates.
NORTH STAR WOOLEN MILL GO.
Third Ave., South and Second Street.
Open Saturday Evenings. One block from Milwaukee Station.
0. H. Peck Company's
NEW, LAME KODA STOR E
offers the advantage of selection out of
THE LARGEST
THE CLEANEST
THE BEST ASSORTED
Kodak and Material Stock
In the Northwest
WE DO DEVELOPING AND FINISHING
II2-II4-.I6 5th St. South, Minneapolis
KODAK MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
$3.00 $3.65 $4.35 $5.00 $8.00
blankets
$2.50.
WORM TURNS UPON
CHRISTMAS TIES
Grocery Clerks Banded Against
Neckties as Gifts on
Christmas.
Journal Special Service.
Bayonne, N J. Dec 19.Bayonne
folk who try to win the hearts of
grocery clerks with Christmas presents
were surprised to learn that at a spe
cial meeting of the Bayonne Clerks' as
sociation a resolution putting a ban on
neckties, particularly red ones, was
passed with a unanimous vote and
many cheers. Th resolution was intro
duced by a red-haired clerk and read:
"Resolved, That the members of the
Bayonne Grocery Clerks' association re
fuse to accept neckties as Christmas
presents from customers or friends."
"It is high time that we put a stop
to. this necktie-giving evil," said the
red-haired clerk. "It has got to be an
unbearable nuisance, and as for me, 1
believe the time has come to put on the
screws. A home I have a bureau
chock full of neckties, and nine out of
every ten are'red. There are plenty
of other gifts that may be selected and
it might be well to tip off the cus-
tomerp.''
Other members spoke in a similar
strain and agreed that the time had
come to protest.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS
KEY TO CITIZENSHIP
Washington, Dec 19.The report of
the naturalization commission to^ which
reference was made in the president's
message, makes important recommenda
tions for improving the conditions now
surrounding naturalization. The com
mission declares that the general prin
ciples of the naturalization law are cor
rect, but recommends that no one be
admitted to citizenship who docs not
intend to reside permanently the
United States and that no one be ad
mitted who does not know the English
language. To prevent naturalizations
for political purposes, it is recommend
ed that a uniform fee of at least $7 be
prescribed by law and that no natur
alizations be permitted for at least
thirty days next preceding a presiden
tial or congressional election.
FRISCO SOLDIERS IN
WHITE HAGUE PERIL
San Francisco, Dec. 39.All the cat
tle have been removed from Angel
island by ordei of Geneial Funston,
commanding the department of Califor
nia, because 50 per cent of the animals
were found to be affected with tubeicu
losis. General Funston appointed a
board to examine suspicious symptoms
found the cattle, and after a thoro
examination of the fifty-eight head of
cattle on the island, including milch
and dry cows and calves, found 50 per
cent to be infected. Their report re
sulted in the order for the immediate
removal of the animals and General
Funston ordered all ^!he animals re
moved on or before Dec 20. The herd
was kept on 4ngel island to supply the
garrisons about the harbor wi th milk.
FOUNDS OPEN CHURCH
FREE TO ALL SECTS
Journal Special Service.
St. Louis, Dec 19.Dr. August
Schmidt, a German physician, has given
money tor the erection of a church
South St. Louis in which all denomina
tions will bo equally free to worships
There will be no sermon, no choir and
no collection plate. A organ operated
by electricity will furnish sacred mu
sic. Dr. Schmidt has just returned from
two years spent in wandering about
the world, during which time he says
he was tormented by voices which
constantly urged him to leap from high
places, saying he would come to no
harm. returned here a mental and
physical wreck.
OFF TO CALIFORNIA
Sunshine Route PopularTourist Oars
from the Twin Cities to Lo Angeles,
California. To accommodate the large and in
creasing tourist travel to California, a
through tourist sleepingcar line has
been established between St. Paul and
Minneapolis and Lo Angeles via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa railways,
the Sunshine Route.
Leaving Minneapolis at 8:30 a.m.
every Tuesday, St. Paul 8:30 a.m., the
tourist has a daylight ride through one
of the most populous and richest agri
cultural sections of Minnesota and Iowa.
Kansas City is reached at 8:20 a.m.
the next day. Th car attached to the
Santa train leaves Kans as City at
11 a.nf. Wednesday.
During the afternoon the train passes
through some of the most thriving
towns in KansasLawrence, Topeka
(where a stop of twenty-five minutes is
made for dinner) Osage City, Empo
ria, Florence, Newton, Hutchinson, sec
nic Colorado being entered during the
night.
The Panorama of the Rockies.
The next morning at an early hour
La Junta, in southeastern Colorado, is
reached, and at this point the first view
is had of the Rocky Mountains, the
train skirting the eastern foothills and
entering New Mexico near Raton. Will
iams is reached at noon on Friday.
This is the junction with the line to
the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, and
a stopover may be had here if a visit
to the Grand Canyon is provided for
in the itinerary of the tourist.
From Sa Bernardino until arrival at
Los AngeJes, at 8:25 a.m. Saturday, the
train runs through the garden spot of
southern California.
"Reasons Why."
Briefly stated, the advantages offered
by The Sunshine Route from the north
west consists of the shortest linfe to
southern California^ a direct route to
San Francisco and vicinity great scenic
attractions, including the Grand Can
yon of the Colorado river in Arizona
a route less affected by snow than those
through the more totortherly Rocky
Mountain passes an easy grade, consid
ering that the continental ranges must
be surmounted equipment complete in
all appointments, and a delightful cli
mate.
For each double berth (one berth
will comfortably accommodate two per
sons) the price is $6.75#from St. Paul or
Minneapolis to either Lo A'ngeles or
San Francisco.
Tickets and Berth Reservations.
For the Sunshine Route your tickets
should read via the Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul Railway to Kansas City,
thence via the Atchison, Topeka & San
ta Railway and connections to Ari
zona^ New Mexico a"n*d California des
tinations.
For ticket, berth reservations in
first class or tourist sleeping ears, ad
dress W Dixon, Northwestern Pas
senger Agent, 365 Robert street, St.
Paul, or C. R. Lewis, C. & T. A., 328
.Nicollet a.venue, Minneapolis.
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THE MINNEAPbLIS JOURNAL.
flow's This?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for any
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's"
Catarrh Cure.
V. J. OHBJNEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney
for the last 16 years, and bellere him perfectly
honorable In all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obligations made by
his flrau
Waldlng, Klnnan Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
dlrectty apon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 70
cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hlla
Tak Ball' Famil'y for constipation.
Falling Hair
and Dandruff
CURED,
and the Vigor, Beauty and
Luxuriance of the Hairspeedily restored.'
or write for book and full information FREE.
Chicago, 163 State Street, corner Monroe.
St. Louis, Mermod Jaccard Building.
John H. Woodbury D. I.
DAVIS INTRODUCES
INSURANCE JILL
Minnesota Congressman Has
Plan to Regulate the Life
Companies.
By W. W. Jermane,
"Washington, Dec 19.^Representa-
tive Davis of Minnesota has introduced
a bill which he believes will help re
lieve the acute situation created by the
insurance scandals. I provides that in
surance companies shall be required to
make full statement of their business
annually to the secretary of commerce
and labor. The penalty of failure to
do so would be disbarment from use of
the mails.
Representative Davis is greatly
pleased over his transfer from the com
mittee on the District of Columbia to
the committee on agriculture, and it is
his plan to buckle down to work and
see if he cannot do something during
the session that will be worth while
for his part of the country. On the
District of Columbia committee, which
is in reality the city council of Wash
ington, he had no hand In anything ex
cepting affairs purely local to this
city, and the assignment obviously did
not give him an opportunity to come
into notice among his own people. Mr.
Davis says:
I have every reason to feel grati
fied at my new assignment on the com
mittee on agriculture. I consider the
committee one of the most important,
and especially so in" view of the tact
that the department of agriculture is
rapidly widening the scope of its work
and is rendeu ng so much practical as
sistance to all classes of agriculturists,
stockraisers and dairymen thruout the
entire country, upon whom the welfare
and prosperity of the nation largely de
pends.
PUBLIG MEN HOODOOED
BY NAMES ON CIGARS
Journal Special Service.
Washington, Dec. 19.Secretary Taft
has received the honor, unconscious, so
far as he is concerned, of having a
cigar named after him, and officers of
the army and navy who have been
watching such matters for years be
lieve it is ominous*
They cite the case of Rear Admiral
Sampson, whose name was put on a,
brand of cigars. shortly afterward
was stricken with, his fatal illness. Rear
Admiral,Schley ^.'likewise was distin
guished, aadjn/isi^fJS^weeks he was
the star at|pyP rtF^a court of in
quiry whos^Mtttffph was against himv
Genera^ MacArtnur received the trib
ute, and has had^io serve inactive ser
vice while he saw younger men pro
moted above him. A few months be
fore his deat a cigar was named after
the late John Hay Henry George, who
had a cigar named for him, died soon
after. Chester A Arthur, James A.
Garfield, Benjamin" Harrison and Wil
liam McKinl ey were presidents who did
not long survive the honor. Popular
actors also have suffered from the ''ci
gar hoodoo."
GIRL KNOWS FATBEB'S
DEATB TBRU DBEAM
Journal Special Service.
Port Jervis, N Y., Dec 19.The re
markable dream of Miss Grace Dunn,
the 17-year-old daughter of ex-Sheriff
Dunn of New York, who died at his
home in New York city on Tuesday
last, is the talk of this entire section.
Mr. Dunn was in Monticello the Sat
urday preceding his death to see his
daughter, who was spending the winter
there for her health. His daughter was
not made acquainted with the sad in
telligence until she reached New York.
It was thought that the shock might
kill her. The poor girl, the night that
her father died, dreamed that she saw
him dead, and the nurse could scarcely
argue her out of the belief. I was
true, nevertheless.
ROOSEVELT AS SANTA
President Sends Generous Cheoks
Gifts for School Children.
w,VrJ*W*&s KH.
Gifts cm
be (aid
aside with
a small
deposit and
delivered
Christmas
Eve.
for
Journal Special Service.
Oyster Bay I., Dec 19.Presi-
dent Roosevelt has sent a generous
check to Miss Sarah C. Provost, princi
pal of the Cove school, to be used in
purchasing Christmas presents for the
pupils.
to the time he was elected gov
ernor, President Roosevelt acted as
Kris Kringle to the scholars of the
Cove school, where his children received
their early education.
For several years Mrs. Roosevelt pur
chased the presents personally and as
sisted Mr. Roosevelt in their distribu
tion.
SHOT ROBBER
BUTTE. MONT.Andrew Rodis was shot three
times by a colored highwayman, who attempted
to snatch his watch and pocketbook. The robber
made his escape. Rodis Is believed to be fatally
wounded. The attempted robbery occurred In a
restaurant.
SOINO
Herplcide Will Save it.
Washington, Dec 19.By a graceful
act Representative Tawney yesterday
averted possible soreness between
Speaker Cannon and Chairman Payne of
the committee on ways and means.
When the Pana ma canal bill came back
from the senate it was assumed that it
would be ^nder the .-jurisdiction of the
appropriations committee, and on that
assumption, Speaker Cannon had ar
ranged to appoint Tawney, as chairman
of the appropriations committee, Hep
burn of interstate commerce, and John
Sharp Williams, representing the ways
and means committee, as members of
the conference committee. Chairman
Payne of the ways and means com
mittee, apparently felt slighted over
this assignment' and made his hurt
known to several members. Upon hear
ing it, Tawney went to the speaker and
suggested that Payne be put on the
conference committee, because the mat
ters in dispute between the house and
senate were such as would come within
the jurisdiction of the ways and means
committee, and that Livingstone of
Georgia, the leading democrat on ap
propriations, be appointed conferee in
stead of Williams. This was done and
possible friction averted."
WHISKY KILLS TOT
Journal Speolal Service.
Jamesburg, N J., Dec 19.Four-
year-old John Farr, son of Raymond
Farr, died in terrible agony at hiB home
at midnight from the effects of drink
ing a half pint of whisky. Th father
of the child purchased the liquor for
medicinal use, it being home-made rock
and rye, and left it on a table. Th
child drank the entire contents, and
wh en its parents returned to the room
after a brief absence, the child was
seen to reel. told his parents that
he drank the whisky. Dr. Suydem
worked over the child for twelve hours
but failed to arouse him from an un
conscious state. Paralysis was given as
the cause of its death.
Dandruff is contagious disease caused by a miorobe.
DON'T CRY FAKE
The mere mention of "hair remedy" throw*
some men Into a fit of unreasonable incred
ulity. It is true that before the mtcroble
origin of baldness was discovered that most
hair remedies were worthless, but mot' many
Drug Stems, fl*-fien4
VOEQELI BROS.,
If you are nervous or dyspeptic, try
Carter's Little Nerve Pills. Dyspepsia
makes you nervous, and neVvousness
makes you dyspeptic either one renders
you miserable, and these little pills
cure both.
"You Shall See Great Difference"
betwixt Pickwick Ry and other whis
kies.
NS-QING'H GONE!!!
Herpioide Will Save it. Toe Late fer Herplcide.
of them were designedly so. Chronic 1ald
ness is incurable, but its forerunners, dand
ruff, Itching scalp and falling hair, can be
cured by stopping the tntcrobic growth with
Newbro's Herpioide. It prevents reinfection.
Money back If unsatisfactory. Delightful
hair dressing. Stops itching of scalp In
stantly.
10c. Stamp* to HZaZXCTDB 00. Sent. H, Secret*, Mich., for sample.
NEWBRO'S HER-PICID E
The OBI01KAI. remedy that "kills the Dandruff Jte,'' ^^m^~
Oor. Heanepin and Washington Aves. and Oer. Seventh St. and Woollet An.
Applications at prominent berbershdpa
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December 19, 1905.
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25 different styles of Men's Artistic Silk Suspenders
with silk ends sliding buckle, either bright or
dull finish $1.00 values, boxed, 50c.
Worsted Sweaters college colors heavy athletic
neck ribbed bottom worth up to $5.00, $3.00.
TAWNEY US PRESERVER
OF PARTY HARMONY
By W. W. Jermane.
THE MODEL'S SPECIAL COUPON.
THIRTY STAMPS FREE
Present this Coupon, wi th a purchase of $1.00 or over, to the Model Clothing
House Wednesday of this week, and receive FEBE 30 S. & Stamps, in
addition to the amount you are entitled to on your purchase.
CHRISTMAS FURNISHINGS
Headquarters for Sensible Gifts.
Sole Leather Cow Hide Suit Cases linen lined wi th shirt fold 22 and
24-inch cases raw hide protected corners steel frame including bolts
and straps. A $7.00 case. Special price for this week, $5.00.
500 pairs of the newest style Men's Slippers, in Russia, tan and red vici
all sizes and newest styles $2.00 quality, $1.50.
Men's Umbrellas, made of pure silk on the best frames and fitted with
the latest finishings genuine buck horn and ivory handles inlaid with
sterling silver and sterling silver swedged, $5.00.
Taffeta Silk Umbrellas natural wood and horn handles sterling silver
trimmed 26 and 28-ineh, $3.00.
$1.00 imported and domestic effects in Men's Neckwear this week's
special offering an immense choice of Men's Neckwear made from fine
heavy silks in new and rich colorings individually boxed. Special, 50c
Men's Imported Neckwear in swivels, French Barethea brocaded ef-
fects solids and patterns values up to $2.50. Special, in Christmas
boxes, $1.00.
Special sale of Men's 50c Neckwe ar in domestic patterns, this week, 25c.
Genuine piece Seal Caps in Detroit shapes, $5.00 values, $3.85.
Genuine French Opera and Silk Hats as good as the regular $8.00
makes, $6.00.
Strong Holiday Muffler showing Squares and Reefers in heavy silks and
French Baretheas, imported crepe in blacks, whites and fancies. Re-
markable values at $1.50.
Men's Oxford Mufflers in heavy brocades, English swivels and domestic
crepes black, white, tan helio, blue, brown and gray hemstitched or
plain values up to $2.00 artistically boxed, $1,00.
Special in Men's Mufflers, Oxfords and Squares domestic fabrics in
heavy twills a great variety of colors $1.00 values, 50c.
PIANO
BARGAINS
41-43
South Sixth
Street
Imported English Cape Gloves broad fancy stitch
ings either silk lined or unlined for street or
dress wear $2.00 values, $1.50.
Pure Silk Handkerchiefs full size in a great
variety of patterns and colors, wi th initials, j|5c.
HOUSE COATS
FOR CHRISTMAS
Holiday special in men's housecoats, showing the
most extensive line and best values and most artis-
tic productions two tone colors in blues with
green contrasting effocts greens with contrasting
red snug fitting collars silk cord piped broad
heavy stitched seams. $6.5(5
values
Holiday Opportunities!
A Metropolitan Music Co. Bargain
Commands Immediate Attention.
Because the public have learned that they always get
"value received," and while we do not offer "pianos below
cost" or at half price, the instruments which we offer this
week are genuine bargains and can be bought at very sub-
Steinway Upright, mahog
any case, In perfect con
dition. A rare Christmas
bargain. $100 00 discount
fiom regular price.
Knabe Upright, fine Mahog
any case, perfect In tone
and action, $100.00 dis
count from regular price.
Ludwlg, walnut case, prac
tically new. The Ludwig
is noted for its wearing
qualities. $240.00.
Smith &. Barnes, Walnut
case, new, but damaged
case. $256.00.
Ivers & Pond, Finest walnut
veneers, case damaged in
Shipping. Rather than re
turn to factory we will sell
for $325.00.
Gabler, Dark quarter sawed
oak case, large scale, fine
condition, used but lit
tle. $317.00.
Also bargains in used Pian
olasfrom $100.00 up. Spe
cial prices on used Pian
ola music this week.
AUCTION
Daily Sales, Times.
KAS1XT GOOKSOk
SPECIAL AGENTS.
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$4.90
stantial reductions from
ular prices.
Those listed today are all in
struments which are part of
our regular line and hence we
know and you know just what
they are.
There are many other bar
gains not listed, but which we
shall be glad to show to any
who will call at our warerooms.
No Christmas gift can equal
a pianowill you have music
in your home next year?
Our line has for years included
such well-known pianos as Steinway,
Knabe, Weber, Ivers & Pond, Gabler,
Emerson, Dyer Bros., Smith & Barnes,
IiUdwig, and others. Also the Pianola
and the Pianola Piano.
Regular prices are low Terms
very easy.
tSKfy
Japanese 'palaeQ.
818NICOLLET AVE.818
Japanese Goods
PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY FREE.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
THE IDEAI,
HEALTH FOOD.
^xg^^
For instance, in renting rooma the answers will be better and more nu-
merous If you tell the size, price, direction, locality, accessible car lines. tc,
than if you merely give the street address. Tell the whole story, and readers
will be Interested Think ht oir ad carfully. $
Open
Evenings this
Week.
Daily Sale*. TtaM.
3I.BS.
IN KVKKT PACKAGE.
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