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ITCHINGECZEMA Suff#d Tremendous Itching Over whole Body-Scratched Until i BledWorse at Night, With Soreness and Excruciating Pains /A Western Lady's ^WONDERFUL CURE BY CUTICURA REMEDIES *Lat year at this time I suffered .with a tremendous itching on my .back, which grew worse and worse, un i til it spread over the whole body, and only my face and hands were free. For four months or so I suffered the torments of the damned, and I had to scratch, scratch, scratch, until I bled. At night when I went to bed things got worse, and I had at times to get up and scratch my body all over, until )I was as sore as could be, and until I suffered excruciating pains. I did'not know what it was, and resorted to a number of blood purifiers, using at times also Cuticura Soap. They told me then that I was suffering from eczema. Then I made up my mind that I would also use Cuticura Oint 1 ment and Cuticura Resolvent. I used them according to instructions, and very soon indeed I was greatly relieved. I continued until well, and now I am ready to recommend the Cuticura Rem edies to any one who suffers as did youF obedient servant. Mrs. Mary Metzger, Sweetwater, Okla., June 28, 1905." Humors, Eczemas, and Itchings Cured by Cuticura The agonizing itching and burning of the skin, as in eczema the frightful scaling, as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of scalp, as in scalled headall demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them. That Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills are such stands proven beyond all d&ubt. Sold thronfW the world. Cutlcnre 8oap, Site., Oint ment, *0c., Rewlyent, Mo. (in form of Chocolate Coated PilU, Mc. per rial of 80), may be had of all druggist.. A Ingle act often cure,. Porter Drug and Chem. dor*, Sol* fropt., Boiton, Mate. mr Mailed free, How to Can Baby Hunon." See That Mark? STERLING BRAND Stamped on Your Collar Guarantees Extra Two for a Quarter Quality. Sterling Collars are "j4/qu*v5 Right in Front" in style, lit and wear. BINGHAM' a new Fall style shown below Made by Fellows A Co* "The Original Collar Maker*" Troy, N.Y. THE North American "The good of the old, the best of the new methods." JN CONNECTION WITH The Postal Telegraph-Gable Co 8*$*SSSSsS3^ S Merchants use The Journal most $ because it gives them best results. *X*fr3fr3M3S^ ^fc.x c-M I^ i. Slx pVE RY housewife in Minneapolis who iias used this famous washed and sootless cqal in her cook stove or range pronounces it t&e best she ever tried. Price per ton, Get particulars about Newcastle Soft Coal from North-AVestern Fuel Co. 34 THIRD STREET SOUTH. J^5^ ^t&'^MMJi Friday Eventrk BOBROra $3,000, Only Remuneration for Service t| Oil Trust Was Personal 4 Loan, Senator Says. 4 i Journal Special Service. _'.-.'.l, Austin, Texas, Dec. 7.Senator W. Bailey has made public his answet to the. charges contained, in the recen* opn .tetter of Attorney General R. V) Davidjon that he received money froa the Waters-Pierce Oil xjompany, whief transactions wqre upon the books o? that, company,. He begins bjsr denying, the Renew charges that the Waters-Pierce 0j company .entered Tejtas under his d dance. He saVs that he was nevf concerned about, the dissolution o* tfc! old Waters-Pierce Oil company. and reorganization of the present? 'companV If any honorable man can be produce* who will swear that tie ever had a connection with the Waters-Pierce company except such as he has pi licly stated, he promises to resign seat in the senate. In relation to vouchers which Attorney General Ja yidaon held in his open letter as shew ing that Mr. Bailey had received money trom Mr. Pierce on account of the W-S tors-Pierce Mr: Baileyr says yearompany, ago I stated unde oath i to the legislative committee that I ha d) not acted as attorney for the Waters-/ Pierce company in the matter of the/ complications with the state, and fur-* ther stated that I had not acceptedt any compensation for the recommen-\ datum of a compromise which I made to the attorney general." Ik Accepted Loan of $3,000. Continuing, Mr. Bailey says: "When H. Clay Pierce asked me to intercede with the attorney general in behalf of his company, and I agreed to do so, he offered to pay me for the service* and I declined to receive any pay upon the ground that the only service which I intended to render was a friendly and not a legal one. I told him, however, that I wal then on my way to Kentucky for tht purpose of selling some horsjes to raif a sum of money that I needed, bi that in view of a political situati* which would bring me back to TexA, and which I had already explained I him when I told him I would speak tl the attorney general while here, might have time to dispose of th/ horses while in Kentucky, and that he would be willing to take my obf gation and allow me to pay it i| interest I would consider a loan $3,000' a favor. He loaned me th money and I repaid every dollar of it.j ''THE CHILD BEAUTIFUL i Cover Design of Sunday Magazine Beautiful Conception. "The Child Beautiful," is the" cl oyed cover design for the Sunday Ma^- zme of The Journal for next Sunda/. It is the reproduction of a paintite made for the magazine by John fe Costa, an eminent English portrat painter at present visiting America fir the purpose of painting, the portraiB of many of the children. of wealtly parents thruout the country. "Tie Child Beautiful" is.an idealized ex ceptiona composite rather than y attempt at representing any one of Tie many beautiful children whose liga ments are being preserved on cartas by this noted artist. Holiday Rates to. Cuba. The f'* Minneapolis .& f?t. Louis Eailrqtd will make' a.holiday rate of one fZre for the round trip to Havana, Cu\a, On December 18, 19 and 20, return liuHt January 9.. Passengers taken via Ntewr Orleans connection with Southeri pacific Company's steamers. Throuea Pullman service to .Chicago And S. Louis. For information, see J. Rickel, C. P. & T. A., 424 Nicollet av nue, Minneapolis, Minn. Cheap Rates West and Southwest. On the first and third Tuesdays r* each month until March, 1907, 'inclu sive, the North-Western Line will sell one-way colonist tickets at nearly hatf fare to many points in ArkansaB, Col orado, Indian Territory, Kansas, Louil lana, Mexico, Missouri, Nebraska, Ner Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. Get information and. tickets at, 600 Nicollet ave., Min neapolis, 396 Robert street, St. Pat*, or address T. W. Teasdale, Genetfd Passenger Agent, St. Paul. mmmmmmmmemta mm Window Displays OUR BEAUTIF UL Window p^jujys con tain many helpful suggestions for. Christmas buying. Mail Orders Quickly Filled: Children's Fur Sets. CHILD'S TURKISH ANGORA Round Collar and Flat Muff, with ribbpn bow, 3 to 7 years, Saturday special, per set $1.50 SAME STYLE in Imitation Ermine, 3 to 7 years, set... .-..-.$], 5 CHILD'S ELECTRIC CHINCHILLA? in Stock Collar and Flat Muff, fancy braid ornaments, 3 to 7 years. Special price per set............ -$2.25 MISSES' IMITATION ERMINE SETS, Stock Collar and Flat Muff, fancy braid ^.ornaments, 7 to 10 years. Special, per set- Defective Page THE MINNEAPOLIS^JQURNALf^:^f:^#^g^ TW ANNOUNC Having hoajght:l?ack th leas^ of the premises owned by us at Nicollet Avenue and Seventh StreeJ^we sha^open same SATURDA MORNIN with goods from our store, consist mg of Toys, DoUs, Christmas^Books, Jewelry, Silverware, Art Goods, Perfumes, Toilet Articles, Christmas Candies, Chinaware, Fancy Goods, Pictures, etc. By this means we hope to relieve the pressure in these departments in main store during the holiday rush. HOLIDAY SLIPPERS Stereoscopic Outfits. FINE CHERRY STEREOSCOPE, with aluminum hood, *est lenses, folding handle, including either of the following sets of 25 fine views in color or halftone: ComicMiscellaneousForeign- AmericanRussian and JapaneseLife of ChristSan Francisco Disaster. Stereoscope and 25 views packed in a black leatherette case. The complete outfit ........i. 95 VIEWS, per set of 25 'gOc CHILDREN'S Small Stereoscopes, with 50 views of wild animals, etc., complete outfit 25c SHOP^TN THE MORNING HOXJBS if you can. Should you desire to "visit tiie Second Floor, use the special elevator at Lower, Sixth Street Entrance, or the broad, easy stairways. THESE'1 IS.-A BRANCH U. S. POSTOFFIOE, also Branch Western union Telegraph at office hack of elevators, Main Floor. ALSO AN OFFICE FOR HOLIDAY EXPRESS and Mail Packages on the Balcony, & great convenience for those sending Christmas Gifts out of the city. HANDSOME CHRISTMAS BOXES for putting Gifts in are' for sale at all departments. They are inexpensive and add much to the appearance of your offering. We would suggest that & waist pattern from any of our Choice Silks or a Suit Pattern in Dress Goods, put up in a Christmas Box, would make a very desirable present. Men's Underwear. MEN'S fine, heavy, gray Vellastic ribbed cotton fleeced Undershirts and Draw ers. Shirts silk faced and close fitting rush neck. Drawers finished with heavy sateen facing and extra large gusset fine 50c quality, Special. 39 MEN'S fine' quality Australian natural wool Undershirts and Drawers very soft and fine finish our regular $2.00 quality. Special $1.75' MEN'S extra heavy, fine quality, natural Scotch Shetland wool Undershirts and Drawers the best finish and make washes perfectly soft and will not shrink one of the best wearing qual ities. Special for Saturday.... $2.25 Book Offer. THE CHRISTY GIRL, By Howard Chandler Christy. FOR ONLY $3. An excellent Christmas present. With the book goes an order for the popular READER MAGAZINE. Two splendid gifts in one. The Christy Book. $3.00 The Reader Magazine. $3.00 OUR FOR ..$3.75 ..?$3.0 7 Ioo 6 SPATS, IN ALL COLORS SKATING SHOES Things to Remember When Shopping at the Glass Block .$& The School Childfeil of Minneapolis Are Invited to Spend Saturday in Our Great Toy and Doll Department, in the Basement. THERE WILI^BE MUCH TQ INTEREST them, and the time will be pleas- antly spent. This section is filled with a very large collection of unique and unusflal Toys. There are many new and ingenious novelties being shown for tiie first time. The Doll Section, with its almost unlimited assortment of dressed and undressed dolls possesses great attractions for the little girls Men's $4 Shoes at $3.48 Saturday CHOICE OF ANY of our new fall stylespatent1 coltskin, vici kid, gunmetal or calfskinmade in the newest shapesbutton, blucher or laceshoes1 for dress or everyday wearregular $4.00 grades. Special Saturday BOYS' LEGGINGS $9.00 LE MAIRE GLASSES in pearl, heavily gold plated. Saturday special price $7.75. LATEST NOVELTY-^-Vanity B&g in fine leather, with Opera Glasses, Mirror, Focketbook, efce., combined in one. Prices........*...$9.00 to $25.00 $1 AND $1.50 Ster ling Silver handle Manicure Scissors, 75c. 6 If ordered by mail, $3.20. FIVE ROW Pearl Collars, $1. GIRLS' LEGGINGS The Christmas Bazar on Second Floor Use Special Elevator, Lower Sixth Street Entrance. MUCH OF THE PLEASURE of a visit to the store will have been missed if you fafo to visit the Christmas Bazar on the Second Floor, where an abundance of merchandise peculiarly adapted to Christmas purchasing is now being shown. If you are at all un- certain what to buy, there are many helpful hints in articles of an artistic and practical nature. By using the lower Sixth Street Elevator the Bazar is easily reached BEAUTIFUL Silk Fans, with lace edge and carved bone sticks, $\m MEERSCHAUM Pipes, $1.50: ex traordinary value. SOLID GOLD Signet^ Rings, new patterns*" Just opened, $2.00 Solid Gold 52.50,. $3.50 and Link Biit- .00 tons, $1.50 Men's Furnishings. ONE HUNDRED DOZEN Men's Padded Mufflers, made from an excellent quality of silk, in the most select patterns. Price 48 MEN'S FANCY SUSPENDERS, neatly pwtup in fancy box, 50c value, at .34c MEN'S FOUR-IN-HAND TIES, in 2-inchi aud 2y2-inch widths, made from fine quality silk. Saturday. .50c, OUR GIFT OR GLOVE CERTIFICATES offer a aUtepliflecL myethod of solving the Gift problem for those who have nftt the time or inclination to shop. THE BALCONY is provided with plenty of writing tsibles, with free stationeryAttend to your correspondence right heiie In the store. A LUNCHEON in the Tea Rooms will enable you to endure the fatigue of shopping much more easily. THE DONALDSON BOOK SECTION enjoys the dispinctSpn of being thoroughly up-to-date and very complete even to the smallest de- t&il.- Every work of known worth in the literarjri field finds rep* resentation here in a variety of bindings and pantos, at a corre- sponding range of prices. All the latest fiction by flfce most popular authors. Also the choicest selection of Gift Books. Oxford Bibles in every conceivable binding occupy a prominent, iplace in our Christmas Showing. Optical Dept Special Sale of Opera Glasses Jewelry Department Specials. $4.00 OPERA GLASSES In black morocco, first quality lenses. Saturday special Price ,*o 7ft WHAT IS MORE APPROPRIATE for Christmas than a nice pair of Gold Glasses for mother or father? The Glasses may be exchanged after Christ mas to suit the eyes. QUADRUPLE Plate Candelabra, $4.45. WE ARE Headquar- ters for all kinds of ad Neckchains, Jets, Pearls, Corals, etc. Immense assort ment,: lowest prices-- 50c $5.00. BRACELETS Over 100 styles to select 2.00, $2.50 and 3. 50 for -gold filled. IT Christmas Cards. INCLUDE a Christmas Caret wth your gift. Our present showing is almost without limit. $3.48 WOMEN'S LEGGINGS DANCING SHOES PARTY SLIPPERS \l t:-' ieP!Si'ia^i:i ^sSaSB&c*."''' SOLID GOLD Top Beauty Pins, 35 pair, half value. y- WOMEN'S GOLD filled, 20-year Hunt ing Case, 15-Jewel, American movement^ $10. Fine timers. MEN'S 20-YEAR, open face, gold filled case, 15-Jewel Wal tham movement, spe cial. $8.75.