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Purchasable on Monthly Payments. i' & HOW TO KNOW PIANO VALUES Can you distinguish a $300 piano from a $400 one! A $200 piano from a $300 one? Did you know that a Steinway, the highest priced piano made, and the best in the world, can be bought for $500? THE BEST WAY TO LEARN values is to visit a reliable store like the Metropolitan Music Co., where they have pianos of reputation,, standard makes of known merit and un- shifting values. By inquiring the prices of Steinway, Knabe, Ivers & Fond, Ludwig, etc., and examining these pianos, you will have information as to Piano Values that you can depend on. This will help you wherever and whenever you may buy. If, then, someone offers you a piano for "$133.50," claiming it is worth "$300" or "$400," etc., or offers to save you $150," you will be wise and toll him hethat you know better. YOU ARE SURE OF RIGHT PIANOS AT RIGHT FRIOES, SOU) BY RIGHT METHODS, AT Edward R.Dyer Pres.&Mffi IJftf,JJJ-,'WiJJ^.*jMlMJWUJJ..T..JUMH^.^^ No reason why you should buy your shoes in the dark. Pknty of reasons this year why you shouldn't. Since the cost of shoe ma terials has advanced so much, the inside quality of the aver age shoe has come down to meet itso there's every rea son why you should know what materials are used in your shoes, and you want to get it down in black and white to be sure of it. You get it all in black and white on the Specifications tag sent out with every-pair of Regals. You know you are going to get your money's worth of wear because we prove to you what materials you are buying. Send for Stylo Book Mall Orders Promptly Filled Largest retail shoe business in the world, 123 stores in prin cipal cities. Quarter Sises $3o50 and 94.00 Men's Store MINNEAPOLIS" a' 626 Nicollet Avenue. 526 Nicollet Ave. St. Paul Store, 382 Robert Street. pais Hf!TO^ffPD!I@ Autumn Excursion To the Old Home On Friday, October 19th, excursion tickets will be sold to a number of points in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, "West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York via the Ghicago, Milwaukee & St.Paul Railway. at single fare and one-third for the round trip, good returning within 30 days. These excursion tickets will be honored on the five perfect daily trains of the C, M. & St. P. Ry., including the Pioneer Limited and the Fast Mail. Write or call for informa tion in detail. 0. R. LEWIS, C. P. & T. A., 328 Nicollet Av., Minneapolis. BED of the Buffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her a shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother and child. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning sickness,'' and other dis __. _ 41-43 South Sixth Street. W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A., St. Paul. S3fs&?- MOTHER'S $i.oo per bottle. Book __ ^^_ containing valuable information free. JjF'JQMMP'JftSMrTI _the Bradfield Regulator Co.. Atlanta. Ga. &T flfiliwl# 8 Don't expect to get the brightest boy in Minneapolis by advertising 4 "Boy Wanted." The boy has his future before him, and it matters a great & deal in what direction he starts. If you want a boy who cares about his & work, attract him by telling the opportunities you offer. Tell him what he A will have to do and what it will lead to. Is an ordeal which a women approach with indescribable fear, for MMwm child-birth. The thought CANADIAN PACIFIC HEADS FOR SOUND MILWAUKEE TERMINALS TO -USED AT SEATTLE., I Women's Store 8 BE Coast People Believe that Aggressive Northern Line Will Enter United States Territory Over Tracks of Sub sidiary Company and Will Co-operate with New Pacific Road. Developments in Seattle lead rail road men of that city to believe that the Milwaukee and the Canadian Pa cific roads will use joint terminals in Seattle. The question of the construction of a railway from the Canadian Pacific rail road in Canada to Seattle is engaging the attention of the management oi the Canadian Pacific. The president, Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, says that he is not yet in position to make a posi tive statement, but even this state ment is the first definite knowledge that the Seattle people have had of the Canadian Pacific's intentions to build to that city. Sir Thomas says he will take the people into his confidence when a de cision is reached. It is probable that an independent company will build the line which the parent road will operate by a long lease. This is the method used by the Canadian Pacific in On tario. Buys No Property. The Canadian Pacific seems to be making no effort to acquire property in Seattle, and this leads to the under standing that the road will use the Pa cific Coast company's property de signed for the Milwaukee road. The Milwaukee contemplates purchase of this property and it is known that Jef ferson Levey, who is closely allied with the Canadian Pacific railroad, has been mixed up with the Pacific Coast com pany. Some months ago he wired a Seattle man to buy Pacific Coast stock as there would be a lively movement in it shortly. There have been many rumors rife that the Milwaukee and Canadian Pacific railroad would share terminals here and all the facts seem to point the same way. The contemplated purchase of the Pacific Coast holdings by the two roads would explain the Canadian Pacific railroad's failure to secure terminals here before perfecting its plans for en tering the city. DIET FLIES IN THE HILLS Three Roads Doing Construction Work at Rapid City. Special to The Journal. Eapid City, S. D., Oct. ll.Within one block in this city three railroad companies are engaged in doing actual construction work, the Missouri & Northwestern has a force at work rais ing the track and surfacing the road the Milwaukee is completing* the grad ing so that track laying may commence the first of the week, and the North western is raising the track for switches to be put in. The Milwaukee commenced laying steel from this end of the track last Monday, the graders who have com pleted their work here, having been moved on to Rapid Valley', and out of 'the way of the track men. Two oij three, track-laying trains reached here this, week over the Burlington and the work of pushing the extension to thtf* Hills will be ruBhed. WINTER WORK PLANNED Duluth, Rainy Lake & Winnipeg Un daunted by Cold Weather. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Oct. 11.Cold weath er is not to put a stop to work now be ing done on the Duluth, Rainv Lake & Winnipeg road's extension to the boun dary. Men are now being hired with the understanding that they will be kept busy all winter if such is their desire. As an indication of the manner in which the contract is being rushed, an order for 200 additional laborers was yesterday placed with a local em ployment office. Crews now are working from both Maryland Physician Cures Himselfof Eczema with Cuticura Remedies. Prescribes Them and Has Cured ManyCasesWhereOtherFormulas Have FailedDr. Fisher Saysi CUTICURA REMEDIES POSSESS TRUE MERIT My face was afflicted with eczema in the year 1897. I used the Cuticura Remedies, and was entirely cured. I am a practicing physician and very often prescribe Cuticura Resolvent and Cuticura Soap in cases of eczema, and they have cured where- other formulas have failed. I am not in the habit off endorsing patent medicines, but when I find remedies possessing true merit, such as the Cuticura Remedies do, I am. broad-minded enough to proclaim their virtues to the world. I have been prac ticing medicine for sixteen years, and must say I find your Remedies A No. 1. You are at liberty to publish this letter, or any part of it. remain, very truly yours, G. M. Fisher, M. D., Big Pool. Md., May 24,1905." aJTICURA-THESEr,$l. Complete Treatment for Every Humor from Pimples to Scrofula Bathe the affected parts with hot water and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry, without hard rubbin g, and apply Cuticura Ointment freely, to auay itching, irritation, and inflammation, and soothe and heal and, lastly, take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool and cleanse the blood. A single set, costing but one dollar, is often sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, and scaly skin, scalp, and blood humors, with loss of hair, from infancy to age, when all else fails. CuUrora Samp, tie-, Ointment, 00., RMOtrcat We. (la IMmofCkoeelataCoaMFnU 2le. perrislof 80),ueiold throughout Ue world. Potvx Brag and Chut. Corp. 0ol Pram, tforton. Charcoal Kills JBad Breath. Bad Odor of Indigestion, Smoking, Drinking or Eating Can Be Instantly Stopped. Sample Package Mailed Free. Other people notice your bad'breath where you would not notice it at all. It is nauseating to other people to stand before them and while you are talking, give them a whiff or two of your bad breath. It usually comes from food fermenting on your stomach. Sometimes you have it in the morning that awful sour, bilious, bad breath. You can stop that at once by swallow ing one or two Stuart Charcoal Lozen ges, the most powerful gas and odor absorbers ever prepared. Sometimes ypur meals will reveal themselves in your breath to those who talk with you. "You've had onions," or ''.You've been eating cabbage," and all a sudden you belch in the face of your friend. Charcoal is a wonder ful absorber of odors, as everyone knows. That is why Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges are so quick to stop all gases and odors of odorous foods, or gas from indigestion. Don't use breath perfumes. They never conceal the odor, and never ab sorb the gas that causes the odor. Be sides, the very fact of using them re veals the reason for their use. Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges, in the first place, stop for good ail sour brash and belch-1 ing of gas, and make your breath pure, fresh and sweet just after you've eaten. Then no one will turn his face away from vou when you breathe or talk your breath will be pure and fresh, and besides your food will taste so much better to you at your next meal. Just try it. Charcoal does other wonderful things, too. It carries away from your stomach and intestines all the impuri ties there massed together and which causes the bad breath. Charcoal is a purifier as well as an absorber. Charcoal iB now by far the best, most easy and mild laxative known. A whole boxful will do no harm in fact, the more you take the better. Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges are made of pure willow charcoal and mixed with just a faint flavor of honey to make them palatable for you. but not too sweet You .iust chew them like candy. are absolutely harmless. They Get a new, pure, sweet breath, fresh en your stomach for your next meal, and keep the intestines in good working order. These two things are the secret of good health and long life. You can get all the charcoal necessary to do these wonderful but simple things by getting Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. We want you to test these little wonder workers yourself before you buy them. So send us your full name and address for a free sample "of Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges. Then, after you have tried the sample, and been convinced, go to your druggist and get a 25c box of them. You'll feel better all over, more comfortable and "cleaner" inside. Send us your name and address today and we will at once send you by mail a sample package, free. Address F. A. Stuart Co., 60 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. ends of the line, a large gang of la borers having started for the northern end a few weeks ago. The 200 now being hired are to ibe sent to Pelican Lake and will work northward from there. Within a week or two 700 men will be at work on the contract. CANADIANS AGAIN FAVORED Home-Going Rates Will Be on TlOTPecemler "Home-goingV' holiday'rater*t.o Sale Can ada east will bwgranted th northwest ern Canadians] the samafewlast curve and bore' year with three days added to the time of sale. The rate will be in effect this year from Dec. 1 to Dec. 31. Tickets will be good for three months, with extension upon payment of $5 for every fifteen days additional. The rate will apply from points in Manitoba, Minnesota and North Da kota to all points in the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, west of and in cluding Montreal, except to points west of Pembroke or north of Gravenhurst. If the same conditions prevail as last year, correspondingly low Tates will be made to points in Quebec and to points in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Ore Cars Needed. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Oct. 11.One result of the sale of the Hill ore lands to the United States Steel corporation is expected to be the placing of a large order for ad ditional rolling stock for the Great Northern ore hauling lines. The amount handled bv the Great Northern last year aggregated 5,043,235 tons, which practically is the present capacity for ore handling. But with the beginning of work on the new mines, whose open ing is provided for, vast additions to the rolling stock of the road will be re quired. BAH.BOAD NOTES. General Manager A. L. Mohler of the Union Pacific has announced that machinery has been purehascd for a special plant to manufacture the McKeen motor car. It will be installed in the new shops here and the manufacture of the motor cars for use on branch lines of the Har rlmau railway system will be begun on a large scale. At the annual meeting of the Oregon Short Line held in Salt Lake City yesterday. L. H. Cornell apd H. B. Taylor, both of New York, were elected directors to succeed Otto II. Kahn and Gardiner M. Lane. With these exceptions the former board was re-elected. About 00 per cent of the outstanding stock was represented. BOD CDT IN TWO HE FATHER'S TRAIN La Crosse, Wis., Oct. 11.Struggling but helpless, with her foot caught in a cattle guard at the Indian Hill cross ing, 7-vear-olcl Mamie Hunt yesterday afternoon watched the coming of the North-Western freight train which was to kill her, while Degna Senstad, her 6-year-old companion, vainly tried to signal the engineer. Sitting complacently on a brake wheel upon the top of the train was John Hunt,- her father, a brakeman, uncon scious that his child was being ground to death beneath the wheels. The little girls were returning fTom school when the child's foot became wedged in the cattle guar'd. An in stant later the trainn rounded a sharp dow upon her He little friend ran fo meet the approach ing engine, waving her arms and screaming, but the engineer did not see her. The Hunt girl's body was cut in two at the hips. HAZING IS STAMPED OUT West Point Practically Free from Spir it, Beports General Mills. Washington, Oct. 11.Hazing has disappeared at the United States mili tary academy, according to the annual report of the superintendent, Brigadier General A. L. Mills. The report says: "Hazing is entirely absent and the spirit which in former years promoted it, has in a measure disappeared. The attitude of all the upper classes toward the fourth class is good generally, and the members of the first class in partic ular, have shown due appreciation of their responsibilities in maintaining proper relations between old and new cadets." mm mam 'mm Defective Page Let Marl man 'FeatherYour Nest THE HARTMAK HOT BLAST The only absolutely smoke-' consuming stove on earth. It will be as good a heater twenty years hence as it is today. Ail features are pat ented and no store dealer or manufacturer can use same. The HARTMAN Hot Blast burns soft coal and slack is conceded to be the most economical heater constructed. This stove can be bought at Hartman's only and will be sold at the extremely low E $9.75 Cash, 25c Weekly. No transaction considered closed at Hart- man's until the customer is thoroughly sat- isfied WASHING MACHINE. This excellent Washing Machine, consid ered the best on the market noiseless in action, has no cogs and least friction. It has a higu speed rotary motion and washing can be done in the shortest possible time. They are perfect in con struction, strong, durable and abso lutely guaranteed. Hart man's price SI. 00 Cash, 25c $8.75 Weekly. More Noteworthy Specials To Make This Week as Full of Baying Activity as Last Week. -"f^/L,.. Bead of tomorrow's Specials. Every piece means a distinct advantage to YOU. Every price is positively the lowest ver, quoted o/n goods of" equal qualityevery article is absolutely reliable as to perfection of. workmanship and finish and as to durability of quality. Every purchase I made here this week means a saving to youa tremendous savinga' most extraordinary saving. CREDIT TERMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE. What Hart man sells .he guaran- tees, no matter how low the price. HARTMAN'S EXTENSION TABLE SPECIAL. Just like cut. An exceptionally massive and beautiful design made for the Hartman chain of stores only, ac cording to certain special specifications Has heavy hand carved pedestal base and heavy claw feet. It is finished in a rich imperial quartered oak finish so well known for handsome flake. It is fitted with patent non warping slides which prevents sagging so common in other tables not so carefully constructed. Easy rolling ball-bearing casters. By using the entire output of the factory we are able to sell this table at the phenomenally low price of Terms, $2.00 Cash, 50c Weekly. SEWING MACHINES. This Sewing Machine is made for the Hart man chain of stores only. It possesses aU the latest improvements known to the sew ing machine trade. It is absolutely guar anteed for ten years. A complete set of attachments and utensils go with every ma chine. The cabinet is made of solid oak. The working of this machine is perfect. Hartman's special i Ci\ Price OIOBOU $2.50 Cash, 50c Weekly. $19.50 22-24-26 Fifth Street South. estores Vigor io MRS. ELIZA SCHEIRER, 76 YEARS OLD. If you wish to keep strong and "vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to directions, and take no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill your system with drugs, they poison the body and depress the heart while Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart action and purines the entire system. It is the only whiskey that Is recognized as a medicine and contains no fusel oil. 'This is a guarantee. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood severe tests for fifty years and has always been found absolutely pure and to contain great medicinal properties. CAUTION.When you ask your druggist or grocer lor Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey and is sold only in sealed bottlesnever in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chem- ist,'' on the label and make sure the seal over the cork is unbroken.' Price $1.00. Medical booklet and doctor's advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y. Duffy's Pur Mal Whiskey,'06,6yMa ?&i THE CELEBRATED PENIN- SULAS BASE BuTRNEB. Like cut. Has the greatest reputation for durability, fuel economy and heating capacity of any base burner made. Superbly nickel trim med with special process of nickel, guaranteed not to tar nish. Powerful double-heat ing flue. Circular screw draft is air tight and con trols fire to a degree. Has duplex grate ana annular shaking ring. The large self feeding magazine is fitted with an automatic gas coyer. Hartman's spe- AA "fl? cial sale price.. vwl 1 0 13.00 Cash, 50o Weekly. HABTMAN'S SPECIAL PARLOR ARM CHAIR. This handsome Parlor Chair, exactly like illustration, made in a beautiful mahogany finish with broad comfort able back, ornamented with artistic carvings. Has loose cushions covered with extra heavy imported French Ver ona, secured to the chair with pretty silk cords and tassels. We buy this chair in large quantities for our 22 great stores and sell them at the extremely low price Mrs. Eliza Scheirer.whc lives at Macungie, Pa.J and who has passed a very strenuous life, found at the age of 76 some of the old time Vigor, and energy lacking. jShJ felt that she needed something to give, Hherj strength in her declining years. For over a year] she has used Duffy's Pur Malt Whiskey as a tonic medicine and has found i it the very thing needed! for one at her time of life. She writes the follow ing and cordially recoml mends Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey to both young and old: "I would say that I am now in my sev enty-sixth year. Have always lived an active life. About a year ago I began', using DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY as a restorative, and I can heartily rec ommend it as a very valuable preserva-^ tive for young and old, SCHIERER. MRS.