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?'JV-' f^y^fim|^"jjv^^rilj POSTAL FRANKS FOR .GUARDSMEN Stevens Would Extend Mailing Privilege to OfficersDown- fall of Campsite Plan. By W. W. Jermane. Washington, Dee. 21.Representa- five Stevens of Minnesota has mtro hiced a bill to provide for the cxten ton of tho free mailing privilege to all itficers of the national guard o the (everal states composing the organized mhtia ot the United States ior the exchange and transmission of all oifl tial mail matter relatmg exclusively to he military service. Should this bill etome a law it will facilitate the dis emmination of military information onong the several state nnlitia organi ations, something which the National hiard association has asked ior at very annual meeting held for the past everal years. Mr. Stevens has also introduced a till increasing the appiopnati on ior he militia from $1,000,000 to $2,000,- 00. Further proA ISIOUS in the bill look the amendment of the national niih aa act so as to permit the payment expenses of state militia teams pai ioipatmg in the annual shooting con tests at Sea Unt or othei places, and or the constiuction of shooting gal tries and target langes tor local use ^r Smokers' Goods as Xmas Gifts. A complete assortment of everything the smoker's den. Cox & Harris, 400 it av S and 413 Nicollet. FEJERVABY MUST STAY. Budapest niing-n De 21The emperor ng has dei ldcd that in view of the existing cii instances 1 cannot accent the resignation of ie Fejervaiv cabinet, tendered yesterdaj-. WATT GUILTY OF MURDER PLOT. London. Pec 21The tuni of Hugh Watt, former membei of parliament, charged with tiling hired agents to mnrder his divorced wife, Ua Watt aud Sii Reginald Beauchamp, ended day with a leidlct of guilty Watt was sen liced to live years penal servitude. DANGER SIGNALS. N engineer would be mad enough to by the flag which signaled danger, Is different with the average man ir woman. They ttempt constantly 0 run by the dan ler signals of gafcure and that ittempt costs housands of lives tvery year. When the jppetlte becomes iiregu-( ar or entirely gives out Men sleep is troubled jnd broken, when there is 1 constant feeling of dull teas and languor, Nature Is hoisting the danger sig |al. The stomach and Its tilled organs are failing in heir work and the body losing the nutrition on vhlch its strength de lends. Such a condition or a prompt use of Dr. *ierce*s Golden Medical discovery. It cures dls tases of the stomach and tther organs of digestion in nutrition, purines nd enriches the blood and luilds up the body with ouna, solid flesh. I have had so much bene ft from youi medicines am triad to say a few rords that you may use for publication," frites Mrs J. Downes. Crystal Lake, Conn, 'Had been troubled with a complication of jlseases for over two years, but kidneys and Iver bothered me most Some of my worst lyments were headache, frequent pains (round heart and under right shoulder jjade. My hands and feet were cold nearly 21 the time, aud I had such chilliness be treen shoulders Some days cared but little or food I lost flesh felt so tired and mis tablo it seemed I couldn't do any house fork. Took medicine from my physician, lit received no benefit Bought a bottle of Golden Medical Discovery,' and after tak tur it I felt so much better we determined to Ire it a fair trial Appetite soon improved nd gradually the disorders disappeared mi ll now I am well A Great Doctor Book Free.Send 21 one Bnt stamps to Dr R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, T. Y.. to cover cost of mailing only and ie will send you a free copy of his 1008- tage Common Sense Medical Adviser, aper-covered. Cloth-covered 31 stamps. Or, Pierce's Pellets Cure Constipation. Bargain Friday We have just received 10 dozen of Infants' Moccasins in colors, red. pink, white, blue knd tan, sizes 1 to 4 We will put these on tale for a Friday Bar- gain, at, pair.. We reserve the right to limit the quantity sold any one person. We can not fill mail orders from this lot. Store Open Evenings Until Christmas. fWi^#t'^l^lli'|1JI''"'k 2 Thursday Evening, ODELL ATTACKS THE PRESIDENT Continued From First Page. it. I charge him and Governor Big gins with injecting their personality into this matter. Their harmony con sists of 'knocking.' Th ev had time to write letters in support of District A torney Jerome in the last city election, but never said a word for Ivins. There was no cause for friction. Mr. Halpin (chairman of the county republican committee) as willing to go to Wash ington and see the president. They have done the damage and will have to take the consequences. *'The president sent for Olcott (for merly candidate for chairman of the New York countv committee) and then threw him down." Parsons and Harmony. Speaking of the candidacy of Con gressman Heibert Parsons for presi dent of the New York county commit tee, Mr. Odeil said: "Parsons' idea of party harmony is to throw bricks at my friends. There was no talk of Odell or anti-Odell in the countv committee. The trouble was all due to Mr. Fassett. changes oftener than the tides. W are aftes* harmony, if we have to fight for it. "J make the piediction that Wads worth will not be elected as speaker. W1 ji pu A1 Secretary Taft has submitted to ongress an estimate for an appropria lon of $1,209,800 to pay the expenses encampment and maneuvers ot the rganized militia during the fiscal year ndmg June 30, 1907. says this tim is to be used for "paying the ex cuses of the oiganized militia in any late oi territory participating in loint neampment, maneuveis and held in duction of the regulai arnrv arid mili la, as piovided the nuhtia act." N Camp Site Purchase. i mention is made, either in the re ort of the secietary of war or the resident's message regarding the pur hase ot camp sites for holding loint laneuvers. Both have expressed them Bhes as favoiable to the paiticipation the militia in ioint camps, howeiti, nd that is the extent of their urging. It is believed that this lack ot mter st in the matter of camp sites means nat no legislation looking to the pur hase of cainp sites in various parts ot ae country will be enacted in this con ress. The downfall of the camp-site move lent is attributed to the extravagant lanner in which the Manassas maneu ers were conducted. A planned and timed out, the spectacle at the Vir inia battlefield rivaled the kingly ma cuvers of Germany, at which the en srtainment is on a lavish scale. This Bused officials of the government to old up their hands in horror and de trmine that there should be no repeti ton of such a waste of public money. I is probable that Secretary TafVs fquest for an appropriation to meet tie expenses of .loint maneuveis and ttmps at places already in possession the government or the various states, ill be granted, but there won't be ny appropriation for buying perma ent camp sites. ou the national guaid, the ol3ec ot Speakingt of the conference of repub ho latter piovision being to encour go and promote rifle piactice among ho members of the guard. This bill ras indoibed by the National Guaid ssociation at its last annual meeting St. Paul. lie an members of the assembly called to meet at the Cadillac hotel tomprrow, Mr. Odell said: "Fifteen or twenty members of the assembly got together and decided to have the meeting. I suggested to them not to bother me about it. There was a great deal of resentment among the older membersvsf the assembly." Mr. Odell said he does not know who tho Higgi ns following will support for state chairman. TR it Fassett?" was asked. I hope so," said Mr. Odell. Clings to Boss' Place. At a dinner of republicans of the thirty-fifth assembly district in the Bronx last night Mr. Odell told those piesen't that he intends to remain as chairman of the state committee until the party indicates that it wants a change. Influence, from no matter how high a source, he said, will not af fect his attitude. Assemlbyman James W. Wadsworth, Jr., the Livingston county candidate for speaker, was at the Manhattan hotel today'. was asked how he regaided Senator Malby's hint at im peachment proceedings against Govern or Higgins. I do not regard it se riously," he said. BOOSEVELT'S ATTITUDE for the I for Any Good Man Speakership. \Nteshington, Dec. 21.For several weeks President Roosevelt has been dis cussing with prominent New York re publicans the political situation in that state. With in the last few days his views have been sought as to the speak ership of the New York assembly. The president has made it plain to all those with whom he has talked that his Ue sire is that that shall be done which will best promote not only the interests of the republican party of New York but of the whole people of the state. A day .or two ago the candidacy of J. W. Wadsworth, Jr., for the speaker ship was announced, and an impression was conveyed that Mr. Wadsworth was the president's candidate. This im pression was doubtless due partly to the fact that Mr. Wadsworth was a guest of the president at luncheon last Sat urday. On the authority of men who have since discussed the New York situa tion with President Roosevelt, it can be said with knowledge of the absolute accuracy of the statements that the president was as much surprised as any body could have been when he saw in the newspapers the announcement of Mr. Wadsworth 's candidacy. The president knows that Mr. Wads worth had no intention of being a candidate himself at the time of his visit at the White House. His candi dacy did not come about from any suggestion made by the president. Conference Called. BIG STEAMER AFIRE OFF ATLANTIG CITY Atlantic City, Dee. 21.A large steamer is on fire about five miles off this city. Absecon life-saving station reports that the flames can be seen plainly. The vessel is drifting towards this city. Two lifesaving crews have gonfe to the assistance of the steamer. The cutter Mohawk will leave Tomp kinsville, Staten island, this afternoon, to assist the vessel. The vessel is reported to be the steamer Pennsylvania, which sailed from New York yesterday for Seattle. CZAR HAD MILLION TROOPS IN ORIENT American Officer Reports that Force Was Double that of Outside Estimates. Chicago, Dec. 21.William E Curtis in a Washington special to the Record Herald sa\s: "Colonel John Van R. HofE of tho medical corps of the United States arm^, has just returned from Man churia, where he was sent by order of the president to observe the work of the medical depaitment of the Russian army. is now preparing his report. "Colonial Hoff makes some surpris ing statements. says that wnen he left Harbin in October there were al together 1,052,000 Russian soldieis still in Manchuria, and that two full army corps of 40,000 men each were then on their way, making a total of 1,132,000 Russian soldiers in Manchuria, yet there is no evidence that any have been sent home. The popular impression has been that the Russian forces did not exceed half a million all told." SGOTT, THE COWBOY GROESDS, MURDERED Los Angeles, Dec. 21.The manager of Walter Scott, the cowboy miner, who made a sensational, record-breaking railroad trip to Chicago recently and is believed to have been murdered in Death Valley for his money, has offered a reward of $1,000 for the recovery of the body. On Dec. 1 Scott left his mine in Death Valley, riding a mule and carrying with him $1,800 and two lepeating rifles. According to a letter received from Scott's brother, William, at Bennett's Wells, the miner's mule galloped rider less into camp there on Dec. 7, the sad dle pierced with a bullet and the blank et and saddle covered with blood. is satisfied that Scott has been mur dered in the desert. Already a thoro search for the miner has been instituted in Death Valley and thruout the Funeral mountains. Scott's brother, accompanied by Shand Merricks, a well-known desert scout, went back on the trail of the miner's mule for fifty miles after it came into camp, but a terrific sand storm finally wiped out all trace, and, their water supply becoming exhausted, the men were compelled to return to camp. Later they started out again, and the search is being continued. New York, Dec. 21.An important Nevada and Califomia. This is the move in the contest for the speaker- shortest through car route between ship of the New York state assembly as made yesterday Tihen, after a con ference which included some of those opposed to the candidacy of J. W. Wads worth, Jr., a decision as reached to call a conference of all republican mem bers of the assembly to be held in this city on Friday. Tho Mr. Wadsworth was not consulted, friends of E A. Merritt, Jr., also a candidate for the speakership, said that the call would include the adherents of both camps and that it as intended to get the members together for an expression of their views on the action of Governor Higgi ns in supporting Mr. Wadsworth, and as to the other candidates. To Cure a Cold Ona Say Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablet*. Druggists refund monpy if it faU to cure. B. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. TAYLOR RETIRES TO OLD PEOPLE'S HOME Madison, Wis., Dec. 21.Today, in lonely old age, William E. Taylor, gov ernor of Wisconsin from 1874 to 1876, went to live hereafter at the Old Peo- Sohnson, for railway regulation, mueh like those enacted during Governor La Follette's administration, were placed on statute books, but were repealed by the next legislature. In a notable fight before the supreme court, Governor Taylor es tablished the right of the state to regu late corporations. Since leavi ng the governorship he has lived quietly on a farm, ten miles from Madison. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, hare known F. J. Cheney & W,' S an honorable in all business transactions and flnan- claUy able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directiy apon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 73 cent* per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Plus tor consupatlBfc.|M| Complete Winter Outfits. The Great Plymouth Clothing Houo. A CALIFORNIA TRIP Winter Months Afford Best Opportunity for Merchants and Many Others to Get Away from Business. From the Commercial Bulletin, Minne apolis, Saturday, Dec. 2, 1905. Hundieds of people who read this paper aie planning a trip to the we st coast and a stay of a few weeks at least in' lower California. Winter is a vacation season and California the vacation land. Which way shall we go? That is the question" many are asking now. Right here the "Omaha Road" comes forward with a through car service to California unsurpassed in the history of railway tiavel. Thiee times each week a through tourist car leaves the twin cities over the Omaha'' line for southern Califor nia. One goes by Omaha, Ogden, Sacramento, San Francisco and down the coast to Los Angeles. Another goes by Omaha, Kansas City and thence over the Santa through Southeastern Colorado, and across New Mexico and Arizona to Los Angeles. A third route, which is already prov ing decidedly popular, is by Omaha, Ogden', Salt Lake City and down the New San Pedro and Los Angeles road recently constructed and known as the Clark road. This route takes the tourist through a country full of inter esting features and much of it but lit tle known until this railway was built. I runs just below the famous Death Vall ey region' and its equally famous mining camps, crossing parts of Utah, the twin cities and lower California. This giv es the tourist choice of three splendid routes, the best through car service, and all at a reasonable price. The traveler has no changes to make after leaving the twin1 le's home, established Jo hn A. near this city. Mr. Taylor's administration was a stormy one dur- iFitzsimmons applied at the institution the Cxrange movement, when la ws for medical treatment. as sen- RETURNS TO PENITENTIARY Paroled Convict Returns to Former Scenes for Medical Treatment. Special to The Journal. Stillwater, Minn., Dec. 21.The first case of a paroled prisoner returning to the scenes of convict life occurred at the penitentiary today, when William tenced to life imprisonment, which was afterwards changed to twenty years. Later he was paroled. is now ill and has been admitted to the prison hospital for treatment. The local lodge of Elks is preparing for a social session, to which invitations have been sent to lodges in the twin cities and neighboring towns. The com mittee on arrangements consists of the following members: James W. Foley, J. W Schroeder, J. S. Glenrion, Doyle and J. R. Konntler. EOCH WILL "HATTHT" JAIL. Chicago, Dec. 2^Johann Hoch. convicted wife murderer and ofgamist, who 8 to be hanged Feb. 23, today told inmatesn oefnthe county Jail "haunt" every man and woman who had added to his troubles. "My ghost will come back to avenge me." said Hoch. Hoch is now almost hope less of interference with his sentence. beUev him perfectly SteTht death he itd to KANSAS CITY NEEDS THE MONEY. KJ Kansas City, Dec. 21.Kansas City, Kan is so hard up since they closed the rum shops that the city council has passed an ordinance per mitting poolrooms to operate. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. HEARD SHOTS, BUT NO ONE ON SHED Continued From First Pag e. a long line of questions Mr. Carv reviewed the life of the family in the various houses in Chicago where they had lived. dwelt continually upon the fact that the children had never been beaten by the def en'dant. Fath er Came Home Drunk. "Did ou ever see your father come home drunk while you lived on Wells stieet?" "Once.'' "Didn't your mother cry at that time?" "No sir." "Now, didn't your stepmother take care of you?" ourselves.'' "What did you Put you to bed?" "No, not me, but my little brothers and sisters needed care and they didn't get it." The witness was affected by a re membrance of his murdered brother and sisters and began to cry quietly. You can cry when Mr. Smith is examining you," exclaimed Mr. Cary. Mr. Smith moved that the remark be stricken out, and the court ruled with him. "Did you ever see a quarrel between your father and mother?" "No, sir not that I remember of," "Then your father and mother never had a quarrel about you children?" I guess they did." "But ou nust said ou didn't ever see them quarrel." 1' cities. These cars, their appointments and the serv ice in every respect, are all that the most particular and critical travelers can desire. Home comforts are there and, as a successful North Dako ta mer chant recently said to the writer. "You always meet nice people traveling on the Omaha's tourist sleeping cars." Tourist cars are the preference of those numerous people who wish to travel comfortably at reasonable cost. Bach car has its colored porter in charge. Cars are vestibuled, lighted with gas, carpeted, have comfortable mattresses, regular Pullman blank ets. pillows,# berth curtains and clean bed linen is furnished each night. These cars are heated in the same manner as first-class Pullman sleepers, except that each heater is supplied with an enclosed oven in which coffee, tea, etc., mav be warmed, and adjoining is a sink with hot water faucet.' General Passenger Agent T. W Teasdale of the Omaha road, who has given the subject of California travel much study and who has been greatly instrumental brin'ging the through car service to its present high stand ard, is much pleased -with the splendid endorsements the traveling public is giving the Omaha's fine arrangements for California travel. believes that travel California-ward will show a ig incrca&e this season1. If further information is desired call at ticket office, 600 Nicollet avenue, Minneapolis, or 396 Robert street, (Kyan Hotel), St. Paul. "No, we took care of expect her to do? Didn't Hit Each Other. "They didn't hit each other, but they had quarrels with their mouths about us." "When did they ever quarrel with their mouths?" I don't remember exactly." "You can't remember anything about any quarrels, can you, Tommy? But you want to give an impression favorable to the state and against your stepmother.'' "No, sir I am not." "Did you ever go out to Detective Hanson's house?" "Yes, sir." "Did he talk to you about this case?" "No, sir." "Do ou mean to tell us that Mr. Hanson never talked to ou about this case?" "Yes, sir that's what I mean to tell you." Mr. Cary then went down the line and made the witness admit that Mr. Hanson had talked about little Arthur's body being taken from the bed, but Tommy consistently denied that Mr. Hanson had ever mentioned his step mother's name or any accusations against her. "You sav that while you lived in Chicago with your stepmother, you went to school?" "Yes, sir." "And your stepmother did all of the work?" Elizabeth Helped. "No she didn't do all the work. Elizabeth helped." "And after you came to Minneapolis you never went to school, did you?" "No, sir." "After your stepmother came to live with you, didn't she say she wanted you to go to school?'' "We were going to beg in school on the next Monday after the shooting." "After coming home from down town, where your stepmother had bought things for you, she made candy for you, didn 't s*e Yes, sir.'' "And in the %vef$ng yon all sat around singing annY-Alaying?" "Yes, sir." rtiL A JiJM "Then you went? fcf bed?" "Yes, s^." Then your mother went to bed? 11 Yes, sir.'' Now, Tommy, that's one of those folding lounges?" "Yes, sir." "No way to tuck clothes in, is there?" "Not ve ry good." "Didn't your stepmother tell you to ke ep your clothese on so that you would keep warm enough?" "No, sir. She said to keep my clothes on so that I could get up and go over and et my father." "Are you positive about that?" "Yes, sir I am positive." "Did vou ever shoot that revolver off?" ''No, sir." "Were there blank cartridges in it?" "No, sir there were two blanks in the drawer with it." The gun' was used on the Fourth of July, wasn't it?" "Yes, sir and after the Fourth it was cleaned." "Did Mr. Helin tell you that he found a box of cartridges the house?" "Yes, sir." "Didn't he try to get you to say that you had seen that box there?" "No, sir. did not." "Did ou know the blank cartridges were in there?" "In the gun?" In the drawer." "Yes, sir." N o. "I'm Not Scared. "You needn't bp afraid. I'm not trying to catch you." "I'm not scared.'' I ktiow you're not." Mr. Smith asked that the remarks of counsel be stricken out as improper. The motion was granted and Judge Dickinson admonished counsel to con fine his remarks to proper matter. "Did you play with the boys around the house?" "Yes, sir." "Who were they?" Clarence Anderson, Louis Fitzger ald, Charles Thompson, Robert Heffel finger, Clarence Peterson, Carl Sharp." On re-direct examination' County At torney Smith said: "Tommy, Mr. Cary asked about your own mother. Was she a Catholic?" "Yes, sir." "Is your father a Catholic?" "Yes, sir.'' "Were you children Catholics?" "Yes, sir." "Is-this defendant a Catholic?" "She is not." "What did you call your stepmoth- er?" "The lady." "Did you ever call her mama?" "No ^sir." "You always called her the lady?" "Yes, sir." "Counsel has asked vou about eroina to school in Minneapolis. Why didn't ou go?" Because we had diphtheria and kept puttme off starting after we srot well.'' "How long was vour little brother sick?" "About a month." "Who took care of him?" "Mv sister. Elizabeth, and I "Was your sister Mary sick, too?" "Yes, sir." "And ou took care of her?" "'Yes, sir.'' Sister Did the Work. During all the time yon were there in the house, your sister did the work, didn't she?" "Yes, Sir." In response to the county attorney's questions. Tommy told how some time in October all of the furniture ex cept a bureau and three chairs were taken out of the rooms by the court of ficer. The three children stayed there alone that night and the next day some new furniture was brought up. "Where did ou sleep that night?" 3 I didn't sleep at all." Defective Page The bed that was brought with tho new furniture and placed in the front 4 Ideal &9&< XM "Didn't your mother ask you if you had clothes enough on the lounge?" "Yes, sir." "Isn't all the rest you testified to untrue, Tommy?" Everything the Truth. "No, sir. Anything I have told is the truth." JJecemo&r 21, 1905. 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W use the best materials and our prices are exceedingly low. Hundreds of handsomely packed boxes of our finest Holiday Candy any quantity all ready packed from 50c /-n_-iji J. a+ Regular Salvage Child's Plated Sets, 1 pnc ppC Knife, Fork, Spoon.. $0.50 Nutpicks and Crackers. .30 Nutpicks and Crackers. 1.00 Fancy Clocks 4.00 Smoking Sets 2.00 Shavi ng Sets 9.00 Shavi ng Mirror 4.00 Shaving Brushes 12 Shaving Brushes 30 $0.25 .15 .50 2.00 1.00 4.50 1.75 .06 .15 .30 .59 .98 6.00 7.20 9.00 .60 Paper Knives Alarm Clock Watch, stem winder... Tool Chests wary Tool Chests 1.50 10.00 12.00 15.00 Tool chests special Machinist Chests HALF PRICE CANDLE STICKS Eegular $0.50 $1.00 Salvage 25 .50 5 O'CLOCK TEAS Eegular $0.75 $1.00 Salvage 38 .50 $2.00 1.00 $1.25 .63 bedroom was a nickel and gold bed, and the children never slept in it. "Did vou have the same covering on ou the night of the shooting as you had every night?" "Yes, sir.'' "What covers did you have?" A quilt and two overcoats." "Who took this lounge from tho room where the gold bed was into the back room, where the other children slept?" I did." "Did you sleep on that lounge after that?" ""Yes, sir." "With the same coverovercoats?" "Yes, sir." "Undress every night?" "Yes, sir." "Did you have a nightshirt?" "No, sir. "Sleep in your underclothing?" "Yes, sir." The noon recess was then taken and in the afternoon Tommy was recalled for a few more questions by the county attorney. Cured by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. This dangerous throat disease has often led 0 more serious aud fatal diseases through neg ect to cure it in its first stages with DR BULLS COUG SYRUP "I have just eotten over a severe case of bron hitts, which I contracted from riding on the urfaee cars which were so crowded, compelling ie to stand on the platform. I was unable to peak for several days, and I owe my complete Movery solely to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup." Jessie Schulze. 1207 Lexington Ave., New York. SAMPLE SENT FREE to all readers. 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PAUL SHANGHAI QUIET TROOPS ON GUARD Washington, Dec. 21.The state de partment had a cablegram from Shan hai reporting the situation there nor mal, that 1,500 sailors, marines and vol unteers are guarding the streets, the viceroy has returned and the mixed court probably will reopen Saturday. Peking, Dec. 21.The dowager em press has issued an edict commanding the viceroy of Chili province, and Yuan-Sui-Kai, commander of the Chinese army, to proceed to Shanghai, investi gate the disturbances, secure the pun ishment of those implicated, and im peach the civil and military officials responsible for'the maintenance of or der. The substitute which* dealer may try to sell you the merits of Dr Bull's Cough Svrnn isTslrnnlvTverr cheaply put up cough mixture that pays him a_better profit. Con- 1 mm Solid Silver Cream Ladles 50c Single Sterling Silver Teaspoons, 25 designs, each 75 Fountain Pens, warranted, at $ 1 Sterling Silver Match BoxCs $1.00 Five light Candelabias, in French gray and bught silver PO Lodge Pins and Charms in gold and plate, one of the largest assortments in the city at prices to suit all. y2 dozen Sterling Silver Salad Forks, in rf whi te leather cases, at ^O* 5 dozen Sterling Silver Oyster Forks, d mm in white leather cases, at P^ O Gold Seal Fobs, for ladies and gents, ^|A at $3.50 to 3I Gold[Ribbon Fobs, for ladies and gents, fcA A M. with exclusive charms, at CpT"^v Silver Thimbles, at 35c Solid Gold Thimbles, at $3.50 Five styles of hand-wrought Ladies' Gold ^Ofl Umbrellas, at $10 $15 and $jL\J CUT GLASS W "are able to show jou one of the most attractive lines of the late&t creations in cuttings. University Pins 35c 50c 75c Our Christmas stock is complete in every department, and you will find our prices always the lowest in the city and combined with courteous service to assist you in your selection. FRUIT W Are Fruit HeadquartersDon't overlook us when selecting your Christmas FruitsWe have plenty of Bananas, Oranges, Fancy Malaga Grapes, Pineapples, Pears, Persimmons, etc., at lowest prices. Fancy bas kets of fruits a specialty. Dates and Figs in largo quantities. W can save you money on Cut PlnWPfC Flowers. See our assortment of 1 I WW13 Carnations and Boses, Holly and Holly Wreaths. Big line of cigars at 25c |0#|*Cup. Christmas Tree Ornaments of all ^"C**** kinds at lowest prices. mQQ 0 an( W deliver to all parts of the city for Xmas. JAPANESE BASKETS Eegular $3.00 $4.00 $10.00 Salvage 1.50 2.65 6.65 WOOD BOXES (brass) Eegular $25.00 $35.00 Salvage 12.50 17.50 CARVERS Eegular $1.25 $2.00 Salvage 63 1.00 ASH TRAYS Eegular $0.25 $0.40 Salvage 13 .20 SCISSORS Regular $0.50 $0.60 $0.70 Salvage 25 .30 .36 LEGGINS Eegular 50c and 60c SalvageChoice for 20c pair SLEDS Eegular $1.00 $2.25 $5.50 Salvage 50 1.25 2^0 CO AL SCUTTLES (brass) Eegular $10.50 $12.00 Salvage 5.25 6.00 $3.00 1.50 $0.60 .30 hapman'j 8th and Nicolle FOR CHRISTMAS ji Our Candy Department. lt The synonym of purity, 'Cbapmanp upon the box. Our maxim, "not price but quality. Thousands of elegantly decorate boxes packed with our choicest candk especially for Christmas gifts. Every pound is of our own mam facture, which is a guarantee of ej cellence. 40c 60c 80( Cider. JOHNSON'S celebrated, in naw galk? juffs included, 40c. Peanuts, freshly roasted, quart POD Corn. dry. old, sure pop, lb. 4C 1 lbs 2L Mixed Nuts, our finest, lb lh Italian Chestnuts for stuffing: turkeys, lb It Almonds, princess paper shell, lb 20 Filberts, long, Naples, lb 2ti Our Ice Cream special for your Sunday t] Christmas Dinner will oe Bisque of A, mond Ice Cream and Cherry Ice. Cflj Leave your orders early. Ask for our catalog ue of Ice Creams Desserts, Pastries, Confections, Etc. Headquarte rs for all kinds of Drav, ingroom Candles. Our own home-made Old Englis Plum Pudding, and Black Fruit Cald Macaroons, plain and fancy, O in -pound boxs, per box W i Peppernut8, Honig Kuken, etc a our own make. !CUm*t*werout. Smokea. Sprays and Spoofic*" wj ___ ly.thcTcannot cure. OnrCUSSTTT nOSAIijereatment fonaded 1883, iwrmaceotiy rlimtcsfa Her onl. temporarily, theycanno cure OnrCUSSTTTC -U i nOBAIi treatment fonade 188S twrmaceBti rlimtcste the CAUSI of Asthma and Hay Ferer, so that nothin back the old symptomsor attacks. Write for I w.,, containing rrports of many iltastratrre casca h*e SXaYIDCCBRD for years. Stalled FBRf. Wl HABQIJP HAYES. Buffalo. K. T.