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4.1 _J n^Y^^* '"V DRUG ROOMChild's workbox, containing embroidery cotton, 6 spools thread, buttons, hooks and eyes and paper needles. E. J. S. price 19c. Receiver's price MEN'S DEPT.-r-Four-in-Hands and Teck Ties, newest styles, silk and satin. E. J. S. price 50c. ft 2 ft Receiver's price 2** TOY DEPT. Mechanical switch engine, winds with key, runs for ward and back. E. J. S. price, 39c. Receiver's 1 7 ft price 2** JEWELRY DEPT.Rubber blot ters, genuine sterling silver handles E. J. S. price to 49c "7 1 Receiver's price "2** LEATHER GOODSMen's purses, single and double, nickel steel frames. E. J. S. price to ft ft 39c. Receiver's price 2 NOTION COUNTERShell and amber back and side combs. E. J. S. special at 19c. Qlc Receiver's price W2** HANDKERCHIEFS Ladies' ex tra fine and sheer pure linen hand kerchiefs, hemstitched. E. J. S. special at 19c. fiift Receiver's price vjv ART NEEDLEWORK and Fancy Goods1,000 pin cushions, picture frames, pillow tops, linen centers, fancy baskets, cord and tassels, etc., sold at E. J. S. prices to 50c. Re ceiver's price, 25c choice Rugs! Rug Manhattan bon $ 5 0 Maryland Rye 7 5 Thor Rye 9 0 Marlowe Rye 1 -OO Cabonet Rye 1-00 Raleigh Rye 1-50 Old Crow Bourbon 150 Belmont Bourbon 2.0 0 Overholt Rye 2.00 BRANDIES California Grape Brandy California Cognac Brandy Manon's Imperial Brandy Chesterfield's Blackberry Brandy.,, Maryland Blackberry Brandy Combination, Order No. 4. 4 Full Assorted Quarts for $2.85. Take Away! The U. S. Court Says So and that settles it for good and all. There must, of course, be a consideration, but it is now so small you will readily admit its insignificance. Noto Samples. Every Sale final. WM. E. MUSE, Trustee. 75c Fancy Imported Hosiery and thousands of staples same proportion. signs and colorings ever shown in a Brussels, only, remember) magnificent Christmas presents, E.-J.-S. price, $18.00 Receiver's price 8 For instance, in renting roorp& the answers will be better and more nu- $ i merous if you tell the size, price, direction, locality, accessible car, lines, etc.. than ff you merely give the street address. Tell the whole story, and readers will be interested. Think beiore you-write, wozu your ad. carfully. $ Genuine Olive Oil 29c Fruit in jars 39c Olives, selected varieties. .29 $1.50 Port, per gal $115 Delicious Grape Juice, only.65c Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, Pine apples, Red Cherries, Straw berries, Raspberries, Goose berries, Currants, Tomatoes. PORT WINE, ETC. $200 300 300 400 400 5 00 600 7.00 7.00 SABLE AND ISABELLA FOX Scarfs, Sable and Isabella Opossum Cluster Scarfs and Black Marten Cluster Scarfs. E. J. S. price to $9. Rceiver's price, $*M CI your choice P"W W APRONS2,000 all kinds, plain and fancy, house, tea or maid's, trim med with lace and embroidery. E J. S. prices straight to $1.00. Re ceiver's prices, 69c, ft E 45c and %M%* IMPORTED GERMAN Bric-a-brac, figures, vases, slippers, shoes, etc. E. J. S. prices to 39c. ft 1 Receiver's price... "2** BOOKSSeveral hundred volumes of the most popular copyright titles you will recognize in a minute. Pub lishers' price to $1.50 E. J. S. price to $1.18. Receiver's g t&f* price, 48c and SHOE DEPT.Down and out with all Christmas Slippers and Shoe Novelties. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. MEN'S beautiful slippers, JO^ values to $1 your choice. ^mtoamX* MEN'S fine tan kid and vici slippers broken lines, good sizes. Ttff*g% Value to $2.50, at WOMEN'S pretty felt Romeos fur trimmed value to y K*% $1.50, at................ IOC HUNDREDS OF PAIRS of rubbers overshoes, leggings, in leather and jersey, for children Thousands of other beautiful gifts. Prices very low. I There are just 48 7x9 Brussels Rugs, splendid quality and the most beautiful de- Per Qt. .50 .75 .90 1 5 0 5 0 9 0 1.25 Per Gal. Calif or. Port, 6 yrs old.$ Calif or. Port, 8 yrs old. Cal. Port, 10 yrs. old.. Manon's Imperial Port California Sherry California Sherry Old Tom Gin Holland Gin 1.5 0 Pure Alcohol 7 5 Hungarian Tokai 1.5 0 Orange Wine 1.5 0 Quart. $ -75 $200 250 3.15 500 200 300 300 5.0O 5.00 Gallon. $300 3 0 0 400 200 300 7 5 LOO 5 0 7 5 8 Full Assorted Quarts for $5.25. 1 quart California Port. 1 quart California Brandy. 1 quart California Sherry. 1 quart California Riesling. 1 quart California Blackberry Brandy. 1 quart Thor Rye. 1 quart Madeira Wine. 1 quart California Claret. 1 quart California Port Wine. 1 quart California Brandy. 1 quart California Blackberry Brandy. 1 quart Thor or Maryland Rye. Telephone orders filled promptly. T. C. 702N. W. M-333. City deliv- eries made by M. P. D. Co. Out-of-town shipments sent prepaid. Nothing but the best goods sold and sent direct from the distillery to you. Satisfaction guar anteed. 2 i Thursday Evening, TH E MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL, 1 2 MINNESOTA STATE FAIR SEPT. 3 TO 8 American Association of Fairs Sets the Dates for Next Year. Journal Special Service. Chicago, Dec. 21.The annual meet ing of the American Association of Fairs and Expositions, held last night at the Grand Pacific hotel, was enliv ened by a sharp encounter in which representatives of the agricultural in terests of Iowa and South Dakota were principals and which intimately con cerned three other states. The differ ence was occasioned by the report of the committee on arranging dates to be suggested for holding state fairs. The settlement of the dispute will be left to the boards or agriculture of the several states. Following are the dates suggested by the committee for holding the several state fairs: Iowa-'-Aug. 21 to 31. MinnesotaSept. 3 to S. OhioSept. 3-to 8. NebraskaAug. 31 to Sept. 1. IndianaSept. 10 to 35. Kansas "CitySept. 10 to 15. "WisconsinSept. 10 to 15. South DakotaSept. 10 to15. Sioux CitySept. 10 to 15. KentuckySept. 17 to 22. IllinoisSept. 22 to 29 MissouriOct. 1 to 6. MichiganOpen. Two new members were admitted to the association, South Dakota and Ken tucky. The following officers were elected for the year: President, W. W. Miller, Columbus, Ohio vice president, E. Eaton, Sioux City secretary, John M. True, Madison, Wis. treasurer, Greorgo H. Madden, Mendota, 111. Madden and True both were re elected. The colored cover design* of The Sun day Journal's Magazine toext Sunday by Herbert Pans is symbolic of Christ mas giving. A beautiful maid in an tiquecostumewith quaintly devised cor onet is in the act of presenting a vel vet pillow upon which reposes a silver casket emblematic of some great gift. Fancy and Unique Designs in Pipes. A most appropriate gift for a smok er. Cox & Harris, merchants of every thing smokable. 400'1st av S, 413 Ni'c. McKibbin Hat bonds for presents to men, $3. All dealers. %JL&M*'^"i :"i4 vA* *&'L*,*vJ8is&*l &?&>i ^r*i!*jili mmmmmmo* HUMMEL, DIVORCE LAWYE1 GUILTY _______________ Noted New York Attorney Must Serve Time for Dodge Morse Plot. Journal Special Service. New York, Dec. 21.Abraham H. Hummel has been convicted of con spiracy in connection with the Dodge Morse divorce entanglement and sen tenced to one year's imprisonment in the penitentiary and to pay a fine of i $500. Upon a certificate or reasonable doubt and $10,000 bail, Hummel will remain at liberty at least until the ap peal from the present conviction has been decided by the appellate division of the supreme court. Story of the Case. Charles T. Dodge and Clemence Cowles were married in 18J7. In 1889 they separated. Dodge living south and his wife in New York. In 1897 Mrs. Dodge asked her husband to consent to a divorce, which he did, visiting New York for the purpose of accepting serv ice. Mrs. Dodge got her decree in 1898. Charles W. Morse and Clemence Cowles-Dodge were married in 1901. Morse's uncle, Captain James Morse, determined to break up this marriage, retaining Hummel, for the work, under a fee of $15,000. Hummel brought Dodge to New York and induced him to sign an affidavit swearing he had never been served with notice of his wife's suit. This affidavit was perjurious. With this affidavit, Hummel began proceedings to set aside the Morse-Dodge divorce, having a dummy (Herpich) before the referee to personate Dodge. Dodge's Flight.. The referee recommended the annul ment of the marriage, and Hummel paid Dodge $6,000. Sweetzer, the lawyer who had represented Dodge in his' wife's suit, then charged Dodge with perjury. Persons employed by Hummel at once started with Dodge for Mexico, but were apprehended in Texas, and Dodge was held for extradition. A long fight ensued, during which Morse's uncle was required to advance to Hummel $62,000 for expenses of fighting Dodge's extradition and keep ing the party in Texas, where, it is charged, Dodge was regularly fed on wine and brandy, in an effort to kill him before he could be got back to New York. Dodge was at last extradited. Upon his return to New York, he confessed to District Attorney Jerome that he had made the perjurors affidavit denying service of notice of his wife's suit for divorce at the solicitation of Hummel. Hummel's indictment followed, the charge against him being that, by this spurious affidavit, he endeavored to in validate the Dodge-Dodge divorce, which was regular and lawful, and thereby annul the Morse-Dodge mar riage, which also was lawful and reg ular. "Honest, plain words best pierce the ear." The truth about Pickwick Rye is soon toldhighest quality, highest price. If He Smokes, You can find any number of good sug gestions for a smoker at Cox & Harris' 400 1st av S and 413 Nicollet. Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia and too hearty eating is relieved at once by taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills immediately after dinner. Don't forget this. lirij -A Christmas Holiday Excursion Bates Via the Nickel Plate road between Chi cago and Buffalo. Dates of sale Dee. 23 24, 25, 30 and 31, 1905, and Jan. 1, 1906, at a fare and a third for the round trip, with return-limit of Jan. 3, 1906. Through train service to New York city, Boston and other eastern points. No excess fare. Individual club meals served in Nickel Plate din ing cars. Three through trains daily from La Salle and Van Buren street station, the only depot in Chicago on the elevated loop. Carvers, Carvers, Carvers. $1 carvers, 70c $1.25 carvers, 90c $1.50 carvers, $1.10. Large assortment, lowest prices. Delayed shipment just received, must be sold. Gardner Hardware Co., 304-6 Henn. av. Helps Your Dinner. Dr. Lauritzen 's Health Table Malt'' or ''Gold Foam." Order a case today for Christmas. Both phones, Lauritzen Malt Co. ISoffi^tlHKi.^ Free Facilities for Mmiliag or Expressing Packages on the Balcony. Service a La Carte in our Tea Boom All Day. Holtzermantfs Chicago Store Co. 417-425 Cedar Avenue, Minneapolis. A $75.00 Mountain Scene, with elec tric train, used one season $15.00 for display, for A $75.00 French Automobile, com plete in every detail foot $30 0 0 power. Now Sample line of Japanese baskets, for nowers, to Half Price close Fancy Inlaid Boxes from Sorrento, Italy, value up to $3.50, $1.00 to close out 2 Italian Alabaster urns, $ value $15.00, to close Peioter Candlesticks, 50c each 2 very fine French Empirt $7 5 0 Candelabras, each 1 fine old Russian Book Rest, Rus sian enamel and jewels, $10.00 value $25.00. for i The Finest Collection of -AND p,v,v 1 very elegant Jinrickshaw C7C f\(\ from Japan? wirth $125, fQr.*/?.y W^^ CtnX 3f C*m, *21 December 21. Holiday Handkerchiefs of High Quality Women's fine, sheer Shamrock linen Handkerchiefs, with floral wreath and exquisite hand-worked initial, the soft bleach kind, famous for their daintiness strong g* values, each at %J S* Box, one of 30 different style boxes, of Women's extra sheer, pure Irish linen, hemstitched Handkerchiefs, with exquisite Trench hand-worked initials six in box designs of box cover are half-tone figures, sea and woodland scenery, d *y 1 JT for %&<- *T& Box of men's extra quality hem stitched, pure linen Handkerchiefs, with daintily hand-worked script initial, %-inch hem six in brown and gold box, for $2 Please NoteAll Big Show Pieces Are Marked at Prices for Immediate Sale. $45 00 Doll house Kitchen, contain ing about 150 pieces of $22.50 furnishings, at 535.00 Kitchen, with Dining Room combined, containing about g|7 5 120 pieces, for YQ^ ^lllVjJ VgV* (Next Westminster Church) CHINESE AND JAPANESE GOODS FOB CHRISTMAS OTTB IMPORTATION FBOM THE OKIENT. BEATTTOTTI. ODD DISHES, VASES, TEAK- WOOD STANDS, EBONY CABINETS, BBONZES, JAP DOLLS. A THOUSAND OTHEU THINGS FOR YOTJ TO SEE, OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS. S^Tfeteanart in writing a Journal want ad for a servant. Many servants are already employed but are looking for better posiUons. State the advan- tages of the position you offer when you advertise v,\ l-,. '&k4?^S sik'S ife&flS, IOO5^T#I^' "iMt0t-?W.-- 7th & Nicollet DA YTON'S Gallanterie Waaren, European NoveHies fpiANO and Rare Antiques Ever Assembled Under One Roof. K1 1 fine Antique Sewing Ta ble, value $10.00, for $5.00 1 very fine Antique Dressing Table, French style 18, value CtO 0 0 $25.00, for 1V,V 2 old Sewing Tables, walnut and mahogany, value $15,00, $5.00 to close, each Hungarian Embroideries from the exhibition at Budapest, IA.PHri to close at /I ri University Students' Caps of Ger many, shaped for favors and "\Qr. bonbons, value 75c, for ^^-w 2 very fine Antique Circassian Wal nut Round Tables, large C?0 OrWt size, for, each U, Nicolle Av 7 j&S&w*/* *-jrf ftVMTH AH4 N4CQ4.LCT Just Friday and Saturday To Buy Then Christmas Attention MEN 1000 Stylish Silk Waist Patterns Handsomely Boxed A feature that will make Gift choosing easy. Astonish ingly Low Prieea. $1.98, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3.25, $3.98 to $10.00. Jnst inside Nicollet Avenue Entrance. Bright Basement Xmas Sale of Toys, Dolls, Skates, Sleds, Etc. toys, dolls, Xmas special sale skates, sleds, etc. 19c for this toy piano with 6 keys, regular price, 25c. Larger sizes at 39c, 98c up to $ 3 95. 19c for a tool chest with a variety of tools, larger sizes at 48c 98c up to $695. 49c for Shoo Fly Rocking Horse, worth 75c. 98c for a larger size Shoo Fly Rock er, upholstered seat and back, with play box. 23c for child's chair, painted Larger sizes at 39c 65c up $150. 49c for a good size child's Rocker, white enameled, others at 95c and $ 1 50 10c for a toy Wheel Barrow. Lar ger sizes at 25c- Iron Toys an endless variety. 23c for a good size Fire Engine or HOOK and Ladder. Larger sizes at 48c and 98c 25c for a Passenger Train, engine and tender and two coaches. Larger ones at 49c and 98c 10c for Sky Scraper Bank, 6 inches high. 25c for a large size combination Bank. 49c for Clark's Hill Climbing Toys with friction water power. Fire En gines, Hook and Ladders, Automo- DeuS ie i CHRISTMA S PIANO. 41-43 South Sixth Street SA8ILY COOKED. A J&.VI Arrange With SANTA CLAUS BARGAINS Wrapping, There are few gifts which will bring so much of good cheer, lasting pleasure, and all the refining and educating influences of music, as a pianoa GOOD piano. 25 years' careful study of the qual ity of the different makes of pianos on the market, has verified our selection of the following as the very best in each class, and our sales are large enough to secure the lowest possible prices from manufacturers Steinway Upright* mahog any case, in perfect con dition. A rare Christmas bargain. $100.00 discount from regular price. Knabe Upright, fine mahog any case, perfect in tone and action $100.00 dis count from regular price. Ludwig, walnut case, prac tically new. The Ludwig is noted for its wearing qualities. $24000 Smith & Barnes, Walnut case, new, but damaged case. $25600. Ivers & Pond, Finest walnut veneers, case damaged in shipping. Rather than rt turn to factory we will sell for $32500. Gabler, Dark quarter sawed oak case, large scale, fine condition, used but little. $31700. Also bargains in used Pian olasfrom $100.00 up. Spe cial prices on used Pian ola music this week. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR I Z (roofi Mailing andExpressing Facilities on the Balcony. Service a La Carte in our Tea Boom All Day. Christmas Umbrellas For Friday and Saturday biles. Street Cars, etc. at $100- Women's and Men's Suit Case Umbrellas, guaranteed Taffeta Silk, each, $3.50 Women's Sili Um brellas, manufactur- er's samples, paragon frame, Sterling, Gold platejl, Ivory and Pearl handles, values $5.50 to $8.50. Special, each, $3.75 Larger sizes 25c for a childs Hardwood Folding Table. Larger sizes at 49c Games, Games of every description. Games of Blocks, Wigg, Pit, Foxy Grandpa, Frenzied Finance, Lotto, Oribbage, Dominoes, Checkers and 100 others prices range from 10 to 48c 10c for set of Fancy Blocks, at 25c and 48c Others 95c for combination Crokinole Board, red. ?5c for a child's Hardwood Folding Plays 10 game3, worth $1.25. 98c for a brass bed with wire springs, 22 inches long. Larger size at $1.75. 19c for a boy's or girl's sled, 33 inches long, hardwood, regular price, 25c. $1. 50 for Combination Board. Plays a variety of games, regular price $1.98. $2-39 for the Flexible Flyer, self steering Sled. Larger sizes in pro portion. SKATES PRICED LOW. 49c for Hockey Skates. 59c for U. S. lock lever Club Skate^. 85c for ladies' Skates with heel and toe straps. $1.19 for U. S. ladies* half Cluo Skate. 90c for a pair of Skis made of Nor way Pine, good size. to THEIDEAL HEALTH FOOD. 7th & Nicollet FOR A- Steinway, Knabe, Weber, Ivers & Pond, Gabler, Em erson, Dyer Bros., Smith & Barnes, Ludwig and others. So we offer you the largest stock in the Northwest to select from, the lowest prices on the different styles, and the manufacturer's guarantee, backed by our record during the past 25 years. Examination Invited. '9 IBS. IK EVERY PACKAGE.