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It is Trial i p.- /V& v*. 1 vv 1 s-Fa 7ST SSS^gSBPaHlii^BSSfiSraKa^ Promptly P*^ ^g^.^S!^^^S^^^^^^|i^^^'^s^!^^^^ ooOoo Sold Only by 41-43 South Sixth St. WONDERLAND TO BE BETTER THAN EYER A. Dorsey, manager of Wonder land park, is in the city, the purpose of his visit being to lay out plans for some of the improvements that are to be made this season. We will spend $50,000" he says, ''on new amusement devices and im provements. The chutes will be recon structed and the work is to begin at once. The incline is to be made high er and water w411 be used on it, which will give the appearance of a cascade and add considerably to the spectac ular effect. The painting for the scen ery for the Johnstown flood is now be ing done in the east. The fairy thea ter is to be remodeled, and will be used for an illustion known as 'the Third Degree.' "Wonderland will have strong amusement attractions this summer," continued Mr. Dorsey. I have made a combination with "the Ingersoll parks 1 Home office expenses, including entire official staff and clerical force, only 77,uoi ooOoo-~ Total income during 1905 5,552,445 ooOoo A gain over 1904 of 339,8it The preceding figures show two things: That the Insuring public Is turning to this old-fashioned, conservative Massachusetts company and that the re- sults"exDlalri the preference. "THE END CROWNS THE WORK." One Inci- dent ment Sned In the report Is of special Interest namely, that one policy ho"der died Snly four days after his ppllcy was Issued-and, of course, It was nsur Full Information by any of the Company's agents. erf from Ceylon and India Tea plantations are contained in wi packed in sealed lead packets to preserve its fine flavor and aroma. Packet lOo. At Grocers. Finis Coronat Opus The agents of the STATE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF WORCESTER, MASS., have claimed for many years that, Massachusetts Insurance management and the Massachusetts Insurance law were superior to conditions In other states. The Insurance developments during the past year have tested this claim by turning the lime light of severe criticism on Insurance companies. The- STATE MUTUAL report for 1905 gives the result. Read It: Business written 16,942,633 A gain over 1904 of 1,484,148 And the largest business written in any year dur ing the sixty years of ths Company's history. ooOoo Business in force Dec. 31. 1905 114,432,961 ooOoo Payments to policy holders during 1905. Death claims, dividends, endowments, etc 2,728,374 ooOoo Total expenses, including taxes, only... which will bring here some of the greatest bands in the country, and good music is to be made a strong feature." Mr. Dorsey has been giving his atten tion this winter to the construction of buildings for the Dominion park at Montreal, which he also controls and manages. FAMOUS SOLOISTS TO SING They Will Assist Philharmonics in Oratorio This Evening. The Auditorium will be the scene of a notable concert this evening when the Philharmonic club assisted by the Minneapolis Symphony orchestra, and a quartet of superb soloists, will present nnVms fmnrms 'nrntnTifi., "PBrnrlisp workin_ incessantly, and the soloist hs:ve all been selected with special re gard for their especial adaptability to the music to be presented. There is every prospect of a notable audience both in point of numbers and brilliance. Fifty Years the Standard A Cream of TartarPowder Made From Grapes No Alunw-^4'^:r^ iTiii.iriMiifrtiiiami ft s^p^BS*^2^^ggs5^ jfRB Tuesday ^Evening,? 08 0 ance, take It now and take it In the STATE MUTUAL. C. W. VAN TUYL, General Agent, 15-21 Loan & Trust Building. Augustus Warren, Geo. A. Alnsworth, F. W. Woodward, R. S. Thomson, Solon Royal, O. D. Davis, Delbert L. Rand, Ezra Farnsworth, Jr. "The lives of*all your loving complices lean upon your health"and health does not last. If you need insurance, take it now. Metrostyle Pianola The question no longer is, "Can I afford this instru- ment?" but, "Can I any longer afford to deprive my family and myself of this inexhaustible means of pleasure and home entertainment The Metrostyle Pianola at this late day needs no argument to justify the position it holds throughout the world.as a seri- ous artistic factor in musical life. But if any were needed, could it be more impressively presented than in the great body of the world's foremost musicians who are actively co-operating with the Aeolian Company in making their instruments of the high- est possible value to the whole music-loving public! NoteIt is important to remember that the Metrostyle is a feature exclusive with the Pianola and not even approximated in any other piano-player. Copenhagen, Feb. 13.-The coffin con taining the body of Kidg Christian was removed at 6 o'clock this morning from the palace to the Christjanborg church, where it will lie .in state until Feb 15. The crown prince and other members i.of the royal family, the court officials and army and n^vy officers, followed the hearse on foot thru the crowd-lined streets. After a brief serv ice at the church the royal party re turned to the palace, leaving the body in charge of a guard of army and navy officers, who wul remain day and night/ stationed at the head and foot of the catafalque. The public will be ad mitted to the church at stated hours dailv. Hours before the church was opened the vicinity was densely thronged with those desirous of paying their last re spects to the body of the old monarch. The line from the church door was fully a mile long and constantly lengthening when the doors were opened to the public and thousands passed the bier during the subsequent two hours. The German minister this morning placed two enormous floral tributes from. Em peror William at the foot of the cata falque. THIS ILLINOIS COUPLE HAS THIRTY GHILDREN Dubois'' famous "Paradise George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Lost.'' Every effort has been made tvwjo.a.u.x^n. Patrick Henry, Victoria Eegina, Abra- secure the best results. Mr. Oberhoffer 1 ham Lincoln, Lucretia Borgia, Victor and the two organizations have been i Emanuel, Susan B. Anthony, Ulysses ,_ x!_ -_-. __!._,._ *ji* JOE BIG Winnebago Indian, Who Claims CLAIMS TITLE OF HOMELIEST MAN Joe Big Armful Challenges All Comers ton World's Championship. Special to The Journal. Black River Falls, Wis., Feb. Joe Big Armful holds the record here for being the homeliest Indian among the Winnebagos, and he is now after the world's championship in that line. His backers here claim this latter titlo for him, and so far no one has entered the race against him. Joe is about 50 years of age, one or. the best-natured Indians in the tribe, and seems to take pride in his lack ot beauty. Bloomington, 111., Feb. 13.McDon- most "notable supporters President Eoosevelt's antirace suicide doctrines. Mrs. Hall has just presented her proud husband with their thirtieth child. The latest is a girl, and was named Mar garet. The parents honored many great char acters in the selection of names for some of the thirty. Among them are a ^"illiam T. Sherman, Philip Sheridan, Cassie Chadwick, Grover Cleveland (the latter (th latter subsequently changed to Benjamin Harrison for po litical reasons), William McKinley, Henry Ward Beecher. and Shields Blaine. The others are only able to boast of commonplace cognomens. Mr. Hall is a laboring man "of Champaign county and but for the assistance of his older chil dren might have some difficulty in feed ing the hungry mouths of this remark able family. DOLOTH WOiufSAYES LIFE OF DOMESTIG Speoial to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Feb. 13.Gunda Hat terstern, a domestic employed at the home of William White, is hovering be tween life and death at a hospital as a result of terrible burns. She was serv ing breakfast when she poured some wood alcohol into a lamp' that seemed to need replenishing, the flame having disappeared. A coffee urn rested on the There was an explosion and when Mrs. White arrived in the kitchen the girl's clothing was in flames. Mrs.' ferine the Same fate as her domestic. YANKEE TARS WERE GOOD. Washington, Feb. 13.The state depart ment has Teoetveda letter from the United States legation at^Tokio praising the crew of the battleship Wisconsin for their exemplary behavior during their visit to Yokohama. The. Wisconsin took part in the celebration of the retur of Admiral Togo in Yokohama^harbor, tho the men were, given ful shore leave not a single case of drunkenness or-dis orderly conduct was reported. ordeT]y &&' 5 Mffff^ TMI: MINNEAVOMS JOURNAL ,-ty f" ARMFUL. to Be the Uglist Man In the World. 13. DANISH KING'S BODY NOW LIES IN STATE Railroads ROADS WILL TRY' TO PATCH UP PEACE CHICAGO GRAIN SHIPPERS LOSE THRU QUARREL. Disagreement of Eastern and Western Lines Over Division of Charges on Export Shipments to Be Discusssed in ConferenceGulf Ports Profit at Ex pense of East. Journal Special Service." Chicago, Feb. 13.-Chicago grain men, thru E. B. Boyd, transportation man ager of the oBard of .Trade, have re newed-attempts to make peace between the eastern and western lines in the dis agreement over the division of freight charges on export grain Missouri river points ito the Atlantifrom seaboard Traffic officials of the western and eastern lines were asked if they were willing to meet in conference this week and, so far as reported, atl gave .an af firmative answer. The? date of this con ference, however, fwas left unsettled, but it probably wMl be held Thursday or Friday.. is being made ,fto Louis. But this action IS not as im uortant as it appears on its face, mas- o-nlf noints continues. The new tariff wn ald Hall and his wife of Champaign the case a few weeks ago, is still tpo county claim the honor oof being the big to be ignored- Henry Victori a Regina Abra White hastily wrapped the girl in large, soft rug and at last succee-' in extinguishing, the flames. Kansas City is tne stTongnoia 01. mc kitchen was on fire by this time an switchmen,' and there they are said to Mrs. White took many chances of sut-1 Yoaag pepl going to house- keeping receive special terms and attention vbring the lines tp gether, came the .statement that the] jj meeting betweencentral trunk lines, officials, scheduled to be held in J**"1 today, had been abandoned. This is f^" Whether the lines can reach any Jjj definite, agreement when they meet is |^P progress that has been made IS xne action of the Wabash, both in eastern Senate on export f^J$* ,^J$^^^ ^rouTA rate privileges both at Chicago and t. is moving oats to gulf ports in good. quantities. The rate is 18 cents in-j culdine fixed charges. The ovement from Missouri river points to the guir, j^.^ ile not of so large a volume as was ROUTE IS SELECTED Work on Milwaukee's Coast Exten sion to Be Pushed at Both Ends. Special to The Journal. Helena, Mont., Feb. 13.President A. J. Earling of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railwav, in an interview at Kansas City. Mo., made the definite annoimce pr0 ed new line from Seattle east- ^raT(0iSw ould be thru the Cascade moun tains, the Lol pass, Anaconda Butte Helena and Miles City. "The line has been definitely lo cated," said President Earling, the conp' .motion- is now under way and ground for terminal facilities has been secured in Seattle." ti Weathered Oak Rocker immediately becomes the Mecca of xawy i travelers to- witness a sight that is With the announcement that an- effortj n0 duplicated elsewhere. 0a 11 a question. Previous conferences have getr VJ been held and when they ended the, w*iy for Yellowstone, Commoo rfe E a Wa 0 tnnf la kd 0 a 8eve problem seemed as far from settlement 1 BAILWAY NQTES. as ever. In act, about the Qniy i M,nne80ta delegate Men,fr ylll0 and western roads, which put in a 23- route.Tenn-(specialweeiinwin of am reporttse the successfu ^he new steamerYellow-l T. 6 taken as indicative that an agreement ^jS^hich will replace the Zillah, may be reached without the.formality riV rfart of a Lake Minnetonka of the eastern lines first holing a con-: formerly ^u* ference. n+niipfi^ in the new boat, 0 th announce8 a elther much as the rate is not effective to, wUl bedlrecsalorSaturday on. and Sunday going and Baltimore, which is the leading port in! returning byname rcute.^ the export gram business. passenger department of the Burlington at St. Meanwhile, the movement of gram to aul a o pill ment that the route of the A--^ "R,I++A, Sioux City, Iowa, Feb. 13^-Contracts for the construction of the Pacific coast extension of the Milwaukee railway from Puget sound thru the Cascade mountains, to the eastern boundary of Washington, have been let to M. L-. Henry, railroad contractor and presi dent of the National Bank of Com merce of Seattle. Work continues at the east end of the line, west of Chamberlain, S..D., and Mr. Henry is quoted asi saying that work will be done at both ends and in the middle if necessary. New contracts for supplies have been made and a quantity-of these will be delivered soon at Chamberlain and Rapid City. S. D. SWITCHMEN FEEL BOSSES Question of Shorter Hours Not Likely to Come Up Soon. Railroad men think the switchmen will not force the matter of shorter hours for the same pay. O^e official states that he understands instructions nav nav been received from union head- Beeure( tn i concessions. Inasmuch as ques ise Ttio fire in the kitchen was extinguished twin* citie0sn ar likely tin bChicago,,in next a extinguished without calling the department. \i pol conduc Wx mnmmmmmm* mt rN_^~4iuA Pn now up the definite. consideration of the subject of hours and wages. Ice Bridge at Niagara. The city passenger, office of the New York Central iines received a today stating thaotheloiwsubstantialFalle dtelegramic^' a bridge formed Niagara that were crossing. The scenery both above and below the falls ver fine. The occasional formation of an ice bridge at Niagara falls is the occasion of great rejoicing on the part of tourists, and the scene, &J ehad .?^t 5 turs .^Ynandoniandreportedpeoply Minneapolis & St. Loan road ?20 round-trip rate to St. Louis-, by wa of Chicago. Tickets become assistant advertising manager tj,en pillsbur.v-Wafhburn Flour nfthP Illinois Central, in conjunction in tfiTuwapolis. J. D. Zook. ticket an panen 01 tne Illinois ^en-1* M^rAtolis zev agent at Winona, will succeed Mr. Piersou with roads leading out of Mumeapolis, i a* ars giv i ^^^W^?^^W^9 BOUTBLL'S POOP FURNITURE. ""l aim FREE whicbh Millsd company on purgative remedies are fast to the gentle action and effeaets of Carter's Little Liver I yo tr ta them, they will cer- i ly please you. Rubbers that last a day and those that last a season"others" and Glove rub bers. "Foot-Schulze on the sole." II Basement Salesroom Will Find the Three Specials Shown Here- with to Be Very Much Worth While. Last Four Days of Our Great Free Offer THIS ELEGANT CASE OF SILVER TABLE" WARS GIVEN WITH EVERY fSO* SALE*** \0N WH/CH$/QXSPAID ^ith every purchase this week amount ing to $50 or over, cash or credit, we will give absolutely free this beautiful silver set, including 6 knives, 6 forks, 6 teaspoons and 6 tablespoons, every piece of which we guarantee. If you buy $50 worth and make a small payment down you get the Silverware Free. Good size, finished in either Early Eng lish or Weathered Oak upholstered seat, covered with Chase leather 2 worth $8. Special Wednesday.%PtJ2rtJ will p^engers. It'will 15 0 ancT its route will cover m. __^ hor lin to the quadrennial Young ChriBtian association convention at Nash thi8 takeethebBurlingtont The trai leav Fe 16. Abou ESTABLISHED IN 1871. Largest Home, Hotel and Club Furnishers In the Northwest. A Minneapolis Institution Owned by Minneapolis People. MRS. ZEISLER AT HOME, PROSTRATED GREAT BASEMENT SALESROOM Special for Wednesday. One Day Only Actually Worth $5 and $6 We have left from our Fall and Winter Skirt line about 100 Skirts, which we desire to close out at once. The materials are Homespuns, Worsteds, Serges and Fancy Cheviots. Good Assortment of Styles .and Sizes. ^.V^ The Plymouth, Nicollet Av. and Sixth St. K* Famous Pianist, Who Is 111 Resuffered turns After Wandering for Hours. Chicago, Feb. 13.On the verge of complete recovery from a series of at tacks of melancholia caused by her fear of becoming totally blind, Mrs. Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler, regarded by many critics as the greatest pianist in this country, suffered a sudden, relapse yes terday and wandered about, nobody knows where, for seven hours, while her husband, Sigmund Zeisler, and several neighbors searched Hyde park in auto1 mobiles and a general hunt was con ducted for her by the police. As mysteriously as she had left her residence she returned, went to her bed room and remained there the remainder of the day. Two physicians were at her bedside until a late hour last night. After several weeks in a Winnetka health resort," said Mr. Zeisler, "my wife, who has suffered from myopia, "V 'T' Iron Couch Iron Couch, drop sides all complete with cotton mattress. The outfit would cost you elsewhere $9. Our spe- fi*/l Sfh cial price Wednesday only.... ^00(/ One to a customer only. Mission Library Jable A "Weathered Oak Library Table, top covered with genuine Chase leather size of top, 22x38 shelf underneath. A splendid bargain. Wednes day only :^txi^^l: ^i\^^^Mi?^ UfeL M-i Mli Let a* enter into a contract with you. You can arrange satis- factory terms of payment $6.50. See Our Most Correct* ly Furnished Flats on the Second, Third and Fourth Floors. one of the most obstinate eye afflic tions, returned home considered almost recovered. "She is a pessimist in all things per taining to herself, and would not be lieve the physicians when she was told she was rapidly regaining the strength of her eves. She was told to avoid any reading' and delicate work where the eyes might suffer strain. Last Friday she heard young RubiMtein playing at Orchestra hall. After the recital she a melancholy attack. 'I shall never be able to see my notes again. I shall never be able to play any more,' she sobbed. 1 havo% no' doubt of the ultimate recovery ot my wife." Mrs.- Bloomfield Zeisler will leave for. a sanatorium as soon as she recovers from yesterday's experience. Hot Springs, Ark., and Return, $47.80, via the old reliable short line, the Min neapolis & St. Louis railroad. Tickets on sale daily, 90-day limit. Only one change of cars in St. Louis Union depot if vou take the famous "North Star Limited." Call on J. G. Rickel, City Ticket Agent, 424 Nicollet avenue, Min neapolis, Minn. One Fare for the Boun- Trip via Chicago Great Western Railway To points within 150 miles. Tickets on Bale every Saturday and Sunday up to April 1st, 190G. Good returning the following Monday. Low rates to other points on sale every Friday. For full information apply to E. E. Heard, G. A.. 5th and Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. Basement Salesroom i M. 1 i 'I i%ai*y