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}i\ J3.50J4 307 Nicollet Ave. TRUST EVIL IN PANAMA American Tobacco Finn Controls Sale of WeedUnited States Its Foe. Washington, Nov. 27.Regulations for the sale of tobacco on the canal zone were adopted by the Panama canal commission at its meeting on Nov. 15 Sure and Safe Cure for Oroup. When a man finds a good thing it is natural that he should wish to share his /good fortune with others. Mr. Henry Bolz of Hillsboro. Iowa, is not an ex ception to this rule. He says, ",I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family for year s. .As. a croup cure it has no equal. I am satisfied that it saved my boy's life, and take pleasure in recommending it." t. NEW SHOES For Thanksgiving! LET US FIT YOU TO A PAIR OF STYLISH NEW FALL SHOES... For Women New Patent Colt Boots, Handsome Dress Bootssmart new lasts, new heels, new patterns. The latest mod els from the world's best factories $3.50$4.00 $5.00 For Men THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF HIGH GRADE SHOES WEST OF CHICAGO Swell new lasts in the dull, demi-glaze calfskin and patent colt on the isthmus. Panama has a tobacco monopoly, the right to sell tobacco in public having been sold to an American company. As the prices of tobacco are consid ered excessive, the, commissary depart ment, was authorized to sell tobacco, This_ caused a clash with the Panama officials, but the commission insisted on its right, and measures jmere adopted to prevent the commissary from supply ing tobacco to persons other than em ployees working on the canal. Only one pound of tobacco is to be sold at once to one person. Any employee of the commissary department selling to bacco in violation of the rules will be discharged. FOLEY, MINN,Thieves entered the saloon of John Rett and broke open the till and secured about $14 EVENING CLOTHES For Men and Boys With the Holidays tipoh u* the demand for Correct Evening Clothes has greatly increased. Thursday is Thanksgivingstill ample time to obtain your Dress^ Suit, Tuxedo and Frock Coat from "The Plymouth/' In perfection of fit and detail, excellence of fabric and workmanship these clothes are^superior to those of the best merchant tailor. The Saving is about 25 per cent* Prices, *3 0 to *55 Boy** 2Wfe Suit*, $m.50 to $85."' LET US FIT YOU TO A PAIR OP STYLISH NEW FALL SHOES S. ownhio Knox Bilk Hats, $8. Knox Opera*, $10. W'- Standizh Opera*, $7. 307 Nicollet Ave. VALUES HIS LIFE AT $10 Would-Be Suicide Refuses to Pay More to Doctor Who Saved Him. tyurnaf Speoial Service. Winsted, Conn., Nov. 27.How much is Cephus Robert's life worth! Ap arently not more than $10 to hiin. Ir Dobson's suit against Roberts for $78 and interest comes up in the com mon pleas court tomorrow. Roberts, who was once wealthy, tried to com mit suicide with morphine a year ago. Dr. Dobson worked over him for hours, ave antidotes, walked him up and that he would not fall into a fatal sleep, and. saved him. The doctor sent in his bill for $78. "That's all the job was worth," said Roberts, handing $10 to the doctor. 4 %he Great Plvrritftith Clothing Housed Nicollet and Sixfhik & IKAX FS. NEW CHIEF "REPRESENTS HILL? A* '3 Election of Joline Said to Be Step in Road's Transfer to Burlington. a Journal Speoial Service. New York. Nov. 27.^The election of Adrian H. Joline as president of the M!ssouri,Jansas & Texas Railway com pany to succeed F. M. Elnnev, resigned, is generally regarded as a step toward the turning over of the old Rocke feller property to James J. Hill and the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy rajlroad. .Following Mr. Joline's election, James N. Wallace and James O. Met -calf. vrere elected directors and mem bers of the executive committee. _Mr. Joline is not closely identified with ,Mr. Hill or his properties, but both he and Mr. Wallace represent the Central Trust company interests, which have been very-strongly identified with Missouri, Kansas & Texas interests since the Speyera became interested in the road. '**&* MILWAUKEE IS SAFE FROM HARRIMAN Wide Diffusion of Boad's Stock Holds Back Standard Oil Crowd. Journal Speoial 8errice. Chicago, Nov. 27.The Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul road is not to be taken over by the Union Pacific, de spite the revived report that B. H. Harriman is seeking its control. It will continue indefinitely to be operated as an independent line unless conditions greatly change. This statement is made by a man who is in a position to know tne fstilts and it tends to -verify the as sertion of Mr, HUrriman a short time ago, that all stories connecting the Milwaukee and the Union Pacific are "purely imaginative." It is believed that Mr. Harriman is using Standard Oil money in his rail way operations. It, is also well known that William Eockefeller, H. H. Rogers and other men identified with the Standard Oil company for many years have owned a large block of stock in the Milwaukee. It develops, however, that they do not, as has been frequent ly asserte.d, own a majority of its stock, but only from 15 to 20 per cent. With their reputation as business men this is enough to give them commanding in fluence on the road's policy, but it is not enough to enable them to turn the road over to Mr. Harriman, even if they were disposed to do sot and that they are disposed to do so is anything but certain.' A chief reason why it, would be diffi cult for the Harriman interests to get Control of the Milwaukee is the wide diffusion of its stock. It is held in small blocks not only by people all over the United StateB, but in almost every country in Europe and even in Asia, who have bpught it as an invest ment. The hardest nght ever made for the Milwauke%*wa thit of J. J. Hill and after forcing thtf ^price np and se curing only 16 pter c^nt of the stock he was forced to retire discomfited. It is believed Mr. Harrimftn #6nld meet with no better success. ZION SURRENDERS TO PAY ITS DEBTS Leaders Renounce Desires and Turn Over Assets to tne Creditors. Journal Special Service. Chicago, Nov. 27.Facing financial and. the disruption of Its institu tions, social and religious, the leaders of Zion have renounced their individual desires, and turned the industries of Zion over -to the creditors. It was announced last night that John Alexander Dowie, Wilbur Glenn Voliva and the church itself are pre pared to assign all,their interests in the industrial affairs of Zion to the city's creditors. Henceforth Zion's factories will be administered by a board of directors consisting of seven members, headed by .Receiver John Hately. Its constitu tion will include,three capitalists who are not followers of Dowie's faith, and this, it is thdught, will insure the dis interested management of its affairs in accordance with business methods. rui Six Millions in Debt. The indebtedness of Zion amounts ap proximately to $6,000,000, distributed' among Zionites thruout the world, own ers of the land on which Zion City was built and smaller individual holders of Zion City paper. Of this paper, fullv two-thirds is held by Zionites, and it is for this reason that the assurances of Judge Landis that Zion would not be disrupted had weight with the peo ple. Dowie is now practically penniless. His decision to assign all of his inter ests in Zion to the creditors throws him wholly on the mercy of the court. It is thought, however, that his willingness to waive his personal Claim will en courage the flow of foreign capital into Zion and supply the necessary funds for the rehabilitatj?ri,vof the valuable in dustries which have been closed for many months. FINDS WATERED STOCKS Indiana Eailroad Commission Reports Boads Overcapitalized. Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 27.The "watering" of railroad stocks, or over capitalization, by the transportation lines is discussed by the state railroad commission in its. flrst report, which will be made -to' the governor of In diana in the next few days. The report shows that forty-three roads reporting to the commission state the value of the road and equipment and gives the value of each per mile. In the comparative statement it ap pears that" twenty-two of the compa nies havd issued bonds and stocks in excess of the value of the roads and equipment. Note Change in Departing Time Train No. 2, Wisconsin Central, Effective Sunday, December 2d,' train No* 2 wiU leave Minneapolis for Chi cago at 7*40 aifflu instead of 8 a.m., and leave St. Paul at 8:15 a.m., instead of 8i35, arriving Chicago at 10 p.m. making good connections With all east ern roads. Low Thanksgiving Day Bates. Remarkably low round trip tickets will be sold by the Minneapolis & St. LoniS to *11 points to which the one way rate is $9.00 or less, with & return limit of Dec. 3d. Tickets on sate Nov 28 and 39, 1906. For further parties TOWE lli 1 SWEPT OVER THE FALLS Unknown Man Swept Over Niagara's Horseshoe in Small Boat. Niagara Falls, N.'Y., Nov. S7.An unknown man was swept over the Horseshoe falls in a small boat this afternoon after a daring attempt had been made to save him. An employed of the Ontario Power company first saw the little craft com ing down the river in the grasp of the i Blended Coney, River Mink and Astrakhan Blouse or Box Coatsworth to $40.00 Beaver Coats......... $75.00 Persian Lamb Coats.... ,P...... $87.50 Persian Lamb, mink trimmed........... .$115.00 Persian Lamb, sable trimmed............ .$169.00 Wliite Iceland Fox Sets, extra large muff 70-inch throw worth $30... 4) I O- Pieced Mink Sets, pillow muff and 56-inch throw ^e* worth $85. ^Ju*y Russian Lynx Sets, large flat muff, 50-in. 4 f\ f\ throw $35va $ 1 V5U Total Incofae .$l,&520i0.3$ Excess of Income over Disburse ments 717,715.47 F. A. CHAMBfcRLAIN, r% President Security Bank. B. F. NELSON, 'H Kelson-rtuthUI Lumber Company. N. O. WEBNEB) Pre*. 8#e41MiAmefle&a Nattosil Bank. AND A CHILDREN^ OUTETTXfiRS 015 to 621 Nicollet Avenue. Crowding Two Days' Business Into One. $25.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS for..... In this assortment are waists of allover lac* and net, crepe de thine, messalin* and chiffon taffetaVlong or short sleeve, trimmed in lace and tucked, raL $8.50 FURSSpecial Values $25.00 Large Natural Mink Collar iiies, six heads and -3 q tails worth $50.... ^O 9 Large Mink Muffs to match, with 6 or 7 stripes -3 specially priced at.. 4) Famcy Cravats, 52 and 70-ineh throws, river mink, coney, electric, beaver, (t^% AP natural squirrel 4)^. Women's Coats $22.50 Broadcloth and 50-ineh, fitted or loose back coats, made of IT"*7*"TX fin Broadclotlh Kersey Goats at $15.00 trimmed-$22. i irn Trti firnT?r r .nnWV UIXJU u.5 fsbdWs'\ Specially Atttactive Values for Wednesday. Tailor-Mad Suits On Wednesday we offer our entire stock of fine tailor-made suits at Hal Price $85.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS m^ $50.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS 25 OO $75.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS &<JJ g/v Silk and Net Waists. 500 Evening Waists Sf^CSt,"fe $4.95 ._,.__ $4.95e\/j& 50-ineh fitted or loose back coats made of rf4 f\r\ fine Broadclot or Kerseyplain or braid ^KIS I II I trimmed-$22.50 value at %PlC/W swift current. The occupant was standing up frantically waving his hands. Two row boats started down the Chippewa jriver toward the Niag ara to attempt a rescue at the mouth of the small stream. The rescuers went far beyond what is considered the danger line, but a cross current carried the unfortunate man away from them toward Goat Island* and in a few minutes he was carried over the Horseshoe falls. The would-be rescuers were by this time in a perilous position and it was with Established 1885. pMffly MMUSI. Northwestern National Life Insurance Co. -"--MINNEAPOLIS- LEONARD K. THOMPSON, President. A WESTERN COMPANY FOR WESTERN PEOPLE RECORD FOR 1905 DIRECTORS O. T. JAFFBAT, Vic* Preslflent First National Bank. E.W.DEOKBR, tic* Prea. Northwestern National Bank. L, K. THOMPSON, President andfie^eraiMantger. etCt The GUARANTEEfi-lDI^to^KeB and ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION Poli- cies of the Northwestern National arc issued under the Company's new forms modeled after the standard pol&iest of New York, and are practically free from restrictions, absolntely incontestable^ter $ year and automatically non-forfeitable. ^for full information as tb poHc!^ ^Ageiacies call or address Home Office. great difficulty that they succeeded ia reaching shore. Thanksgiving shoppers will do well to look oyer the^'Bargain Counter Columns" on the Want Page today. Thanksgiving Day" Bates via Wisconsin Central Railway. Pull information at ticket offices, 230 Nic ollet avenue or Union station. Paid Policyholders and Bene ficiaries $734,405.91 Decrease in Expenses 100,033.55 S. A. RABBIS, Prcalflenl National Bank ot ConmKv GBOBGE E. TOWLB, Treasurer. f'* i ,.V $12.50 I 1* W. J. GEAHAM, 4S^ Vie* PraMdent and Actuary.