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4 1 With Irritating Skin HumorWhole Body Affected-Scalp Itched All the Time and Hair Began to Fall OutWonderful Result From APPLICATION OF CUTICURA REMEDIES "I m never without Cuticura Soap and Cutioura Ointment since I tried them last summer. About the latter part of July my whole body began to itch. I did not take much notice of it at first, but it began to get worse all the time, and( then I began to get uneasy and tnea all kinds of baths and other remedies that were recommended for akin humors but I became worse all the time. My hair began to fall out and my scalp itched all the time. Espe cially at night, just as soon as I would get in bed and get warm, my whole body would begin to itch and my finger nails would keep it irritated, and it was not long before I oould not rest night or day. A friend asked me to try the Cuticura Remedies, and I did, and the first appli cation helped me wonderfully. For about four weeks I would take a hot bath every night and then apply the Cuticura Ointment to my whole body an I kept getting better, and by the time I used four boxes of Cuticura I was entirely oured, and my hair stopped falling eut, but I continue to use the Cuticura on my soalp. It keeps all dan druff out and scalp is always clean. I always use Cuticura Ointment on my face after shaving, and have found nothing to equal it I will never be without it." D.E Blankenship, 819 N Del St, Oot. 27, 1905. Indianapolis, Ind. "I have used Cuticura Ointment for chafing of infants, and as they grew older all skin diseases were given treat ment with that and the Cuticura Soap. I never found it necessary to call a doc tor, as these Remedies are a sure cure, if used as directed I am glad to recom mend them to all mothers Sincerely Jours, Mrs F. A Kennard, une 21, 1905 St Paul Park, Minn. CttlcunSoap Ointmwt, nd Ptlli tre lold throughout taavorld Potter Drue tc Cham Corp Sole Propa .Bsitoa. a-Miilod free, How to CMS for the Skin.' Seventh aad Hennepin. T. 0. 1376PHONEN. W. 852. Wholesale and Retail. Note our prices for Saturday. Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs 20c Taney Smooth Potatoes, bushel 42c Monday delivery large Cabbage, 3lQc Ft-ncy Ben Davis Appks, bbl $1.85. Red Globe Onions, bu 42c laige Grape Fruit, 2 I0c Keiler Pears, pk 30*3. 20 lbs Best Gianulated Sugar $1.00 20 lb box Best Soda Crackers $1.20 98 lis Goldberg's Pride Flour $2! 1 5 (This flour is the highest grade Eye or Graham Flour, 10 lbs 21C Popcorn, sure to pop, 8 lbs 25c Egg O See, 2 10c pkgs 15 Gfape Nuts, Shredded Wheat 2~22c Gram O or Postum Cereal, 25c pkg 19c California Figs, fresh, 2 10c pkgs 15c Seedless Raisins, 2 10c pkgs 15c California Prunes, large, 5 lbs 40c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 10c pkgs 15 Full Cream Chetse, lb 12c Old Brick Cheese, lb 7 Just received a lot of Fancv Dairy Butter in jars, lb 22c 25c CoffeeGoldberg's Special Java and Mocha Mixture, 2% lbs 48c Cocoa, Bunkel Bros, bulk, lb 25c Chocolate, Runkel Bros., lb 25c Sirloin,. Porterhouse and Round Steak, pound 10c Boneless Rib Roasts, pound 10c Boneless Rump Roasts, pound 10c Best Kettle Roasts, lb *7c8c Boiling Beef, pound 4 5 g Mutton and Lamb Legs, lb 12Ms Pork Butts and Steak, pound Pork Loin, Chops and Hams, lb 12V2C Veal Roasts, pound 1Q 12%C Veal Stews, pound Picnic Hams, pound Little Pig Bacon Backs (whole or half piece), pound 12%C Spring Chickens and Ducks, lb 12c Young Hens, pound IOC Large Old Chickens, pound 8 Oysters, Fresh and Salt Fish, etc, etc TBEGCMMTHmiASTIHG PEPPERMINT RAV0R. 10 CENTS PER PACKAGE. 1BE0KLY GUM PACKAGE THAT WILL PREVENT FDZZ AND 0THEB ACCUMULATIONS OF THE POCKET IBOMADHEI11IGT0THEGVM. BOX WHEN EMPTY A USEFUL BOLDER FOB SUBWAYAND ELEVATED TICKET! FOR SAIE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. IF NOT HANDLED BY TOURS WE WILLMAIL SAME TO YOU FREE UPON RECEIPT OF 1 0 *&%$& lysuavmo PLACE, miman See That Mark? STERLING BRAND Stamped on Your Collar Guarantees Extra Two for a Quarter Quality. Sterling Collars are "Akujiys Right in Front" in style, fit and 'wear, ^i Railroads FIVE ROADS WILL TAP CATTLE LANDS Western South Dakota in Line of Development Within Next Two Years. Spoctl to The Journal. Aberdeen, S. D., Nov. 2 Five paral lel and competing lines will, in two years, be gridiromng this state, west of the Missouri river, according to the statement of a prominent railroad offi cial, who says the activity in railroad construction of the past year was only the beginning of gigantic plans for de velopment of South Dakota by the nhl roads Three of the roads already are under constructionthe Pacific coast exten sion of the Milwaukee from Glenham west, the Milwaukee extension from Chamberlain, and the North Western's road from Pierre to the Black Hills. Work on the two latter is almost com pleted. The other lines, construction of which is beyond doubt, will be an extension of the Minneapolis & St Louis west ward from Le Beau and of the North Western southwest from Forest City. The former -will run almost a straight line westerly along the Moreau river It was not by mere accident that the Minneapolis & St. Louis selected Le Beau as the present western terrru nus of the Dakota extension. The cross i mg of the Missouri is more accessible there than at any point in the state. The approach to the river banks is easy and the grade a gently sloping one. The hard banks form excellent foundation for bridge abutments. Rich in Livestock. To the westward is one of the best grazing countries in the great north west, and the fact that the Minneapolis & St Louis will have a direct lin to noun i E i urn SKr-S 5Fe & the great country and advantagesBellemFourche fro an extension west ward practically assure its ultimate construction. A North Western line south and southwest from Forest City also would tap a rich country half way between the pro-jeeted St. Louis line west from Le Beau and the North Western ex tension from Pierre to the Black Hills It would take traffic reached by no other line Leaving the Missouri at Torest City, the proposed line is ex pected to run in a southeasterly direc tion along the Cheenn river until Meade county is reached, whence it will strike northward into the lower Belle Fourche country. ALPHABET MAKES GOOD New Road Will Earn Bonuses for Early Completion. Journal Special Service Albert Lea, Minn, Nov 2It now seems sure that the "Alphabet" road will earn the bonuses promised by van ous towns thru which it is to run on condition that the line is opened for business by Jan 1, 1907. The contract for the tracklaymg was signed yesterday and it is expected that this work can be completed within a month, and that trains will be run ning to St. Clair by January Ties, rails, bolts and all other necessary ma terial are on the ground ana track lay ing machinery on the way The new road expects to have an opportunity to VESTED GAS LIGHT This Is the Automatic Reg- jlatoi that con trols the supply of gaa under ind allows just varying pressure enough gas to pass through at all times to fill the manfAi which not only makes a per^ct light, but pre vents the wasting of gas overheating of metal parts and oreakmg of globes and mantels This light will eive twice the light at naif the cost of any gas light made Price S I 7 5 Complete. Come In and let us show you the light that saves you money. Twin City 9518 Join S. ColTii Office 20 Western A7 Miaaeapolis, Minn. Automatic Regulator The device that makes the inverted light a success. This is the Powder that's "Best for the Teeth.' Intentional Duplicate Exposure got Borneo! th? fall and winter busi ness. ^4 Gets Nearer to Pasture. To be nearer the livestock interests of Montana, H. A. Jackson, assistant generar freight agent of 'the Great Northern road, has move* headquar ters from Butte to Helena. Perry Kline, livestock agent, and Matt C. Ives, traveling freight agent, will head quarters there, too,. haXtsof^ankinTbnT th a'00 0 Mail Orders Quickly Filled at Special Prices. L?P Jewelry Department. Last Day of the Sale of the Minne- apolis Jewelry Co. Purchase. FINE JEWELRY AT LESS THAN-, RINQ S Glassware Department. BUSY BASEMENT. FRAPPE GLASSES Just like illus trationa new and novel way of serv ing. Special, set of six 89c TUMBLERS Colon ial Tumblers, like cut, each 5 Thin blown Tum blers, plain, spe cial, each 5 Thin blown Tum blers, engraved band, each 5 Plain pressed Tum blers, each... .2c GOBLETS Colonial Goblets, set of six, per set 5g Prince Henry shape, of bright, clear thin blown glass, set of six, per set 89c GAS LAMPSA closing out of certain linesstandard finished in Old English complete with six feet of tubing and a ten-inch decorated shade. Our price has been $4.25. Special $2.50 Book Sale. CHRISTMAS IS COMING. OUR BOOK SALES MEAN SOME THING, as you all testify by your lib eral patronage. Saturday's sale, we think, will be no exception. The follow ing beautiful editions of really high class and artistic gift books will be on sale at less than half their values. These books sold and sell now at $150, $2 00 and $2 52. Beautifully illustrated, superb binding. Our price TTO** Saturday, choice 9Q The Madonna In Art. By Estelle Hurll Child Life in Art. By Estelle Hurll Angels in Art. By Clara Erskine Clement Saints In Art. By Clara Erskine Clement Love In Art. By Mary Knight Potter Christ In Art. By Joseph Lewis French Beautiful Women in Art. By Armand Dayot Famous Singers of Today and Yesterday. By Henry Lahee Famous Violinists of Today and Yesterday. By Henry Lahee Famous Pianists of Today and Yesterday. By Henry Lahee A History of Opera. By Arthur Elson Famous American Composer*. By Rupert Hughes Famous Actors of the Day. By Lewis Strang Famous Actresses of the Day. By Lewis Strang Famous Prima Donnas. By Lewis Strang The Life and Art of Edwin Booth. Brandcr Matthews and Laurence Hutton. Little Journeys In Old New England. By Mary Caroline Crawford Little Journeys In Literature. By Helen Winslow Little Journeys Abroad By Mary Bowers Warren Famous Authors (Men). By E Harkins Famous Authors (Women) By E Harkins The Lovers' Treasury of Verse. By W and A Chadwick A Treasury of Helpful Verse. By John "White Chadwick Cap and Gown A Treasury of College Verse. By Frederic Lawrence Knowles Optical Department. DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR EYES. EXAMINATION FREE. IF YOUR EYES BLUR, smart or burn, or if you are subject to head aches, you need glasses and should consult our op tician. WE GRIND GLASSES to fit the eyes glasses that look well and harmonize with facial features. Kodak Department. POST CARD ALBUMS holding 50 cards, 15c. ne hundred cards, 25c. Two hundred cards, 49c. GENUINE LEATHER ALBUMS, S I Kn to $6.O0. FINEST LINE OF ALBUMS IN CITY. "RADIO TELEGRAPHY" Berlin Convention Fixes on Official Name for Wireless. Berlin, Nov. 2.The delegates to the wireless telegraph conference finished their work yesterday and expect to sign a convention Friday. The agreement will be framed upon the principle of fret intercommunication between all systems, but Great Britain and Italy will sign with reservations designed to protect the existing arrangements with the Marconi company. Children's Department, Second Floor. CHILDREN'S COATS in plain cloths blue, red, brown and greenplain box effects, also cape styles$7.50 coats. Special for fl* f* IRJtfl Saturday FIFT CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. 8 8c $1.3Y 8 and $1.95 GOLD FRONT FOBS 7. 7.75p GOLD FILLED LOOKETS 8 SOLID GOLD BROOCHES S2 $ 3 and $ 5 $2.50 AND $3.50 Fancy La Valliere Neck Chains7...$l A SOLID GOLD LINKS $1.25 and $1*75 22-INOH NEOKCHAINS -SOc and S I OO MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED. ALL WOOL ALBATROSS WAIST, front embroidered and trimmed with baby Irish lace, tucked cuffs and collars, white, pink and blue. Special. $2.98 BRILLIANTINE TAILORED WAISTS, wide pleats in front, silk turnover on collar, deep tucked cuffs. Special Sat- $2.98 Sateen Petticoats. TABLE NO. 8 FOR SATURDAY. HEAVY BLACK MERCERIZED Sateen Petticoats, winter weight, four hem stitched ruffles, extra dust rufflevery wide and fullour regular $2.00 skirt. This one lot of 20 dozen, each .$1.49 Drug Sundries. TOILET SOAPSWitch Hazel, Cucum ber, Oatmeal, Glycerine, etc. fine milled toilet soaps, per box 6%C 4 boxes for 25c TWO-QUART hot water bag A&c SAMPLE TOOTHBRUSHES, fine bristles, worth 15c and 25c special 10c FOUNTAIN SYRINGESRegular 75c and $1.00 2-qt, 50c 3-qt., 60c 4-qt., 7Qc Gray steel enamei Ch&moer Pails, large size, reg- fiA- ular 95c special ..0fC One lot of Japanned Tea, Coffee and Spice Canisters, come In assorted sizes, these are slightly soiled special while they JCm, last at, each 9 One lot of extra heavy sta tionary handle, galvanized Wash Tubs, large size, reg ular $1.25 to close *f A out at Norway pine Step Ladders, good, strong, well made, like cut, come in 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 feet high. 4*fbt 38 5-foot 48c -foot 58o 7-foot 68c 8-foot 78o The term radio-telegraph'' was chosen as the one to be used officially in defining the new function of elec tricity. Eadio-telegraphy will have an inter national bureau of information and clearinghouse system, similar to the in ternational telegraph bureau at Berne. The question of imposing the con vention and rules imposed by it upon private companies already use was discussed. The only way proposed was by fresh legislation on the part of each state concerned. Children's Day Saturday. school wear. Satur day special Reduction in Corsets. Second Floor. JUST THIRTY PAIRS of whalebone fitted Corsets that we will close out Saturday for $3.50 each. These include some of our most popular models in broken sizes. Your choice Saturday $3.50 ANOTHER LOT OF CORSETS that are a trifle soiled In sizes only 25 to 30, worth up to $2.00. Satur day special QQQ SEVERAL STYLES of girdles and corsets, worth up to 89c, full assortment of sizes. Saturday special onIy Drug Department Special for Saturday. Mme. Le Fevre Mando, $1.00 Both Cf A A Mme. Le Fevre Velvo, $1.00 for vliUU Mando Removes Superfluous Hair and Velvo Is a Skin Food. Bargains inShirt Waists. Four Different Styles of WaistsWorth $3.98 and $4.50This Sale, $2.98. ?l.sp WAISTS AT 98cTwo styles of wash waists in fine madrasone a plain white with tucked front and backone a black-and-white polka dot. Regular S1.50, at Housefurnishing Specials, Good heavy Stove Pipe, reg ular length and I A Sapolln Stove Pipe Enamel One-fourth pints 15c One-half pints 20o One pint 35c One quart 50o Don not fall to see our com plete line of the famous "Llsk" self basting Roast ers, come in four sizes $198, $ 2 2 5, $ 2 5 0 and $ 2 75- The well known Standard "Blssels" Carpet Sweeper, reliable in every respect, good brush, polished case and handle, regular $2.00 this sale, will i One odd lot of No. 8 and No. 9 Wash Boilers, all with copper bottoms, some copper strip. These boll era are slightly damaged none worth less than $1.50 at regularto close out ,the lot, your AA soc DAINTY WAIST OF WHITE NET, soft mull lining, embroidered front, lace in sertion and edge, ruffled on front. Spe cial Saturday $2.98 GOOD QUALITY TAFFETA SILK WAISTS, in colors or black, tucked in front and back, well fitting and well made. Special Saturday $2.98 Petticoats-Kimonos. 86.50 TAFFETA SILK PETTICOAT AT S5.00Extra good quality silkvery wideaccordion pleated flouiace with tucked rufflefull underlay and dust ruffle of silkblack and colors. Satur day special $5.00 LONG KIMONO in cotton valourhand some patternnovelty border down front and on sleeves. Special...$1.50 Trunk Bargains. LARGE, HEAVY, WELL-MADE TRUNKS, trimmed all around with ex tra heavy brassed bumpersstrong bolts and lockshardwood slatsdeep swing ing tray. The strongest and most serv iceable trunk ever offered for the money. 32-inch, 34-inch, 36-inch, 38-inch, $5.00. $5.65. $6.00. $6.50. MONSTER BALLOON Knabenshue Plans Largest Bag in Mo tion for Oup Bace. Journal Speoial Bervioe. Toledo, Nov. 2."I am now con structing the largest balloon ever built in this country and I believe in the' whole world/' declares Boy Knaben shue. "The balloon will be spherical shape and sixty feet in diameter. It will contain 75,000 cubic feet of Tlmbale Irons, In plain and fancy, long handle, regu lar 75c one day's sale Good copper wire Carpet Beater, just like cut, large size, with black enamel handTe, regular I A 25o special I High folding Clothes Bars, Just the thing for this time of the year, clothes can be dr(ed in the house. Medium Size 48c Large, like cut 59 Extra large .......,69e Flannel covered Sleeve and Shirt Waist Boards, come In two sizes Small size 25c Large size 39c Steam gg Poachers, useful article for household, with 5 cups A choice 90C Come early quantity limited. gas and will carry six persons wi$h ease. The principal object of the balloon is Children's Department, Second Floor. CHILDREN'S WOOL DRESSES Sailor effects and one-piece dresses, in checks and mixtures.. Good for vruou i $2.95r very the 39c to enter the international race for the Gordon Bennett cup recently won by Lieutenant Lahm. It is probable that the races will be held in St. Louis and I am beginning work early so that I can get there and study conditions in that locahty.'' Knabenshue is now out for himself, his contract with Strobel having ex pired today. Over 11,000,000 salmon were required to fill the 50 000,000 cans which reja-esent British Columbia's output In this line for 1905 This equals 200 cans for every man, woman and child in the province Send Your Name and Address for Holiday Catalogue. Candy Department. New Department on the First Floor, Right of Main Entrance. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY. 50c SWISS MILK Chocolates and 40c Bitter Sweets, special per pound O CARAMELS, per pound. FINE BOX CANDIES PRESH EVERY DAY. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES,*-* one and two-pound H0C0LATES i?S^2 N FUNK'S CHOCOLATES, y2-pound *nd one-pound W Children's Oeats. INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. SERGE COATS In blue or reddouble breastedcape bound with novelty braid heavy interliningages 2, 3 and 4 years. Special $2.98 COAT OF HEAVY CLOAKING, in navy bluedouble breastedemblem on sleevesages 3, 4, 5 and 6 r6 JM M fj: on^ounrboxes.sboxe Sale of Men's Shirts. $1 Values at 53c. FOR QUICK SELL- ING SATURDAY we place on sale men's stiff bosom shirtsalso pleat ed bosom and neg ligee shirts for fall and winter wear wide range of neat patterns. Shirts In this lot worth dou ble what we ask Sizes from I4y2 to 18. Special Satur day, choice ..53e MEN'S CASHMERE HOSE, embroider- ed and plain, all sizes, pair 25c MEN'S NIGHT GOWNS, made extra large, worth $1.00, at 75 $3.95.years ALL WOOL CLOAKING in red, navy and brownpatent leather belthe&vy in terliningages 2, 3 and 4 years. Spe cial for Saturday $4.75 VELVET BONNETSSpecial sale" of slightly soiled Velvet Bonnets, worth up to $1.50, at 5Q Stationery Department. THE LONG EVENINGS are for playing cards. Buy your winter's supply now. CONGRESS PLAYING CARDSThose with the beautiful backs, per pack 39 Three packs for $1.15 THE CRICKETThe best card ever made for the money, per pack i0 Three packs for 25c THE CROWA better card than most people give you for 25c. Our very special, per pack ^5 Four packs for 5Q WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENWe are the largest handlers of the famous Wa terman Ideal Fountain Pens. Here is where you can get the assortment $2.50 up. FIVE THOUSAND BOXES of Eaton & Hurlbut's English Mull and Colonial Fabrictwo beautiful papers, in white and blue, cloth finishlatest cut en velopesixty sheets of paper and fifty envelopesworth 50c per boxSatur day very special, box 25c ENGRAVED VISITING CARDS. 50 Cards, from your plate 4) 100 Cards, from your plate 75 100 Cards and we cut your plate, $ 2 5 Script only. Address extra, 25c. 100 Cards, old English plate $2.50 Address extra, 75 Get our prices on Wedding 'stationery. Music Department. SATURDAY all our regular 50c music will be sold and nothing reserved, at per copy jg^ SOME OF THE BEST ARE: Beautiful Star of Heaven, Could You Read My Heart, Back Among the Clover and the Corn, Not Because Your Hair Is Curly, Noodles, Button-Button, Topsy, Autumn, Goldenrod, etc., etc. ABOUT TEN THOUSAND SHEETS of popular music good, up-to-date slightly soiled, per copy Pyrography. GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, fine white basswood, TWO FOR 25c. Photograph Boxes, special 4Q Dresser Boxes, size 36-inch, Special, 98c Six-inch Placques, Saturday 5 All these articles are stamped m- latest designs, ready to burn.