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NINE JURYMEN BOXED. The Lawyers Are Evidently Squaring; Off'for a Des perate Battle (N THE LEONARD HOMICIDE. Jury Will Probably Be Filled This Forenoon and the Trial Begun. COMMISSION IS REVERSED. Judge Kerr Holds That the N. 7. May Intervene in the Grain Rate Matter. All of yesterday was taken up in an effort to secure a jury to try Charles E. Leonard on the charge of murder in the second degree. About, fitly men were examined, resulting in securing live triers of the liberty of Leonard. This makes nine secured. It is probable that the work will be completed this Baoruituc, and the opening of the evidence will be commenced at the afternoon session. The state has exhausted six of its seven peremptory cnallenges, and the defense Dine out of its twenty. Many of the men called as reuireinen have made uo their minds on the case, and others are excused before their views are made public. One wan yesterday was anxious to serve on the case,'and asked one of the attorneys to let him t>e on the case. It turned out that lie was relieved upou a peremptory challenge. A colored ttian was-called <v!:o did not want to sit ■on the case, and volunteered the in formation that he did not like "this kill ing business, nohow." Mr. Butler asked one of the candi dates tor a seat if he had been an em ploye of the ••Omaha" road. To this objection Mr. O'Brien objected. Mr. Buller retorted that he had as much Tight to show Lias by asking such a question as the defense had to slmav that a proposed juryman belonged to the A. EL I . Mr. O'Brien said some thing about the A. EL U. having era ployed counsel in the case. Mr. Butler said he saw nothing of any assistant counsel in the case. Mr. O'Brien said that he supposed the county attorney did not desire or need the assistance of counsel. Mr. Eklund had some doubt about being able to understand the English language well enowch to serve as a Juror. Mr. O'Brien asked him the meaninrof the expressions "justifica tion." "justifiable," '-instinct," '•uii premiditaied," "premeditation," "im pulse" and "reasonable apprehension." He thought he understood all but the last of the terms, but could not give a very clear definition of them at the moment. lie was excused. N. P. MAY INTERVENE. *utlge Kerr Reverses the rtailwuy Commission. Judge Kerr has granted the petition of tue Northern Pacific Railroad com pany Tor leave to iuterplead in the fa mous freight rate case, but has denied the petition to the same effect of the -Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way company and the St. Paul, Minne apolis & Omaha Railway company. This is an appeal from the decision or the railroad and warehouse commission ■o; the state of Minnesota in the appli cation of Elias Steeuerioii to reduce the fates chained by the Great Northern Toad. Thia road appealed to the district •court, and the Northern Pacific «oni j>any asked leave to hiterplead. The matter was argued by Attorney General Child* for the state and counsel for the several railroads mentioned. The object «t the application before the state com mission was to have the rates -on grain fixed on the Great Northern road from .East Grand Forks, Fisher and Crookston to Duiuth and Minneapolis. There were no diaries made by Mr. "jteenersou 01 (unfair rates on any other portions of the numerous lines and branches of roads, and no relief was asked except between the points named. The com mission had refused the applications of these roads for leave to intervene, and a Horizontal Scale Was Fixed for the Great Northern road on all its branches in the state, without reference to locality.- The rate was established per 100 pounds for five miles and under; lor ten Mile* and overlive; for fifteen miles and over ten, and so on for each additional rive miles up to 400 miles. It Is held that it the commission had juris diction to make such a sweeping order, then all lines parallelina: the Great Northern are affected as much by the order as the .Northern Pacific. If it did not have jurisdiction it is otherwise. Judge Kerr thinks the commission has exceeded its powers under the complaint cf Mr Steenerson. This leaves the court to a discussion of the right of the North ern Pacific to intervene as a parallel end competing line. A compulsory re duction on one line must necessarily af fect trie other/I'll* question of amending the order as only applicable to the Great Northern road is not decided in so far as the justness of the rate is concerned. The rate for the Great Northern road having been fixed, it would cive an op portunity for disaffected citizens to pe tition the commission to fix the rate on the Northern Pacific road. A different rate might be fixed for this road. This won id leave two rates for parallel and competing roads. The result would be to deprive the road for which the higher rate should be fixed of freight. The- act establishing the commission provides that any carrier affected may appeal. The Northern Pacific road having ap pealed, it is deemed a party to the case in court, even without the formality of an intervention; but, as it can do no An&mic Women with pale or sallow complexions. or suffering from skin eruptions or scrofulous blood, will find quick relief in Scott's Emulsion. All of the stages of Emaciation, and a general decline of health, are speedily cured. Scott's EmMsjon j<gifjFg«BHiBHB3BgHBBy takes away the pale, haggard look that comes with General Debility. It enriches the. blood, stimulates the appetite, creates healthy flesh and brings back Strength and vitality. For Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak tunes. Consumption and Wasting Dis eases of Children. Send /or our pamphlet. Mailed FREE. i6oitfcßowfte.N. Y. AllDrugflisU. 60c.and(1. harm to grant the motion in that rt gurd, it is so ordered. TTV O It X V X KSALS. Six Decisions Handed Down by the Supreme Court. The supreme court handed down six decisions yesterday, all written by Justice Collins. In two cases the judg ment of the lower court is reversed. The titles and syllabi of the cases fol low : Collateral Parol Agreement. Hiram Backus, respondent, vs. Emil F. Bierubergi appellant Judgment reversed. C'OLLINM, J. 1. Held, that the allegations found in the answer herein respecting tiie mak ing of a collateral psrol agreement be tween plaintiff and defendant were not inconsistent with, nor did they qualify Hie terms of the written lease set forth in the complaint and admitted by the answer. And that said allegations made an issue to be disposed of ou trial. 2. The rule laid down in Johnson vs. Albertson, 51 Minn., :*53, as to the effect of certain acts as indicating an inten tion to create a yearly tenancy of urban property,applmd to the pleadiugs in this action. Implied Condition. D. Frank Powell, appellant,vs. J. I>. Newell, respondent. Order affirmed. toi-LiNf.J. . 1. Contracts for personal services are subject to the implied condition that the party contracting to perform shall continue in health, and such contracts are revocable by Ills incapacity from ill ness to perform. 2. Held, mi the facts in this case, that defendant was released from his promise to pay for professional services and medicine to be rendered and fur nished In the future by plaintiff, a phy sician, because of the inability of the latter, through illness to render the services or furnish the medicines when called on. i:\ei-iit.-.rs Had Power. Hannah A. Lovijoy et al., appellants, vs. Jolni H. McDonald et al., respondents. Ordei atlirined. Comsa, ■'. 1. Held, taking ihe will involved in this case as a whole, that the executors thereof had full power and authority to sell and convey tne premises in dispute for tiie purpose of caving claims against the estate, which was insolvent. 2. Held, further, that if such power and authonty had not been conferred by the terms of the will, plaintiff's widow and children of tlie decedent could not under the tacts herein recover the real property so conveyed. An Order Reversed. L. R. Mueller, appellant, vs. Thomas M. AlcCullooii, respondent. Order reversed. Collins, J. An application to open a judgment and for leave to answer made under the provisions of G. S. 1878, eh. GO, sec. (Hi, ought not to be granted when the pre sumption that the party in default has been diligent after receiving notice of the pendency of the action is expressly and conclusively rebutted. 2. B. Ityberg and Leroy Berricr. copartners M Minnesota Hide and Tallow Company, respondents.vs. John Uoodnow. appellant. Order aflirmed. Collins, J. Held, in &v action brought to recover damages for alleged breach ol contract, that a cause of action was stated in the complaint. E. J. Teipuer and Styles M. West, partners a6Teipner & West, appellants, vs. Hank of Wuterville (a corporation), respondent. Order affirmed. Collins, J. Held, that if the court below erred in any of its rulings on the trial it was er ror without prejudice. SUPREME t'OUKf ROUTiNR". The supreme court heard the follow ing cases yesterday: Peter O. Holland, respondent, vs. Benjamin Bishop and Charles A. Peter son, appellants; argued ami submitted. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Trust Com pany, appellant, vs. Naunta 11. Mel.ach lau etal., respondents; argued and sub mitted. Lawrence llickey, appellant, vs. St. Paul City Railway Company and The Minneapolis Street Railway Company, respondents; argued and submitted. Wants a Divorce. Elizabeth Widman Baxter asks for a decree of divorce from James William Baxter because of willful desertion for more than three years. She is twenty five and toe twenty-eight years old. They were married at Fort Custer, Mont., July 28, IHSti. They have four children, all of whom are living with the mother in St. Paul. DISTRICT COURT NOTES. Judee Kelly directed the jury to re turn a verdict for $ 1,100 in favor of the Wood Harvester company against the estate of Frederick Neuru. The cast) went to the district court upon an ap peal from the probate court from an or der allowing that amount against the estate as a subscription to stock of the company mentioned. The two actions of Emilio Bourden and her husband.Louisßourden.against the St. Paul City Kail way company are on trial in Judge Kelly's court. Mrs. Bourden was injured in getting off an electric car near the postoftice so that a miscarriage resulted. Each has sued tor $10,000 damages. Frederick W. Lindquist has sued Peter Murphy for ?300u damages. It is allezed that Murphy pounded Lindquist last Monday, knocked out several of his teeth, split his lip and disfigured his face. Judge Otis has discharged the order to show cause why a stay of proceed ing on the judgment or the Hershey Lumber Company against James Mat thews should not be granted. Judge Egan and a jury are trying tlie action brought by the St. Paul Trust company, as receiver, against Albert Scbeffer to recover (2,500 upon a sub scription to stock of the St. Paul Brick company. CAPITOLi ECHOES. The state law librarian lias received vol. 31, Scottish Law Reports. The Rochester state hospital has filed current expense lists with the state auditor amounting to 14,500. Sheriff Arno Grundysen, of Pojk county, called at the state auditor's office yesterday and collected ?77.40 tor taking one prisoner to Slillwater. 'ihe Oliver Mining company paid into the state treasury yesterday royalties on iron mined during the month of No vember amounting to $:J.:;i2.52, being a 25 per cent rate on 13,251 tons. Minnesota Historical society has re ceived History of Canada, vol. 7, by Kmopferd; History of Henmker, N. H., by Cogswell; from United States de partment of aKricnlture, bulletins I to 10 and circulars 14 and 15, relating to road making and management, and proceedings of national road conferencci July, 1804; "Lettres Americaines." by Catli, Pans, two volumes, 1738; "Voy ages Aux Montague* Kocheuses," P. I'ierre JJe Smet, 1544; "Maliues Notice bur L'etat Actuel do la Mission de la Louisiane," Lyon, 1822; Cartes et descriptions generates et particulieres pour intelligence, etc., de la successions tie la couroune d'Espague, etc., ii. lie Fer, Paris, 1701, quarto oblong. Pretty Badly Hurt. Joseph Benlott, a farmer,who is stop ping at his sister's home, 870 Dawson street, met with a severe injury early last evening. Mr. Benlott was driAing a team of horses across the Forest street bridge about 6:20 p. id., and was leading another team be hind his wagon. One of . the horses in the rear became frightened rearing in lite air and planted his fore < l's inside the wagon with such force, as to break ii down, .Benlott was' thrown to the ground, and the detached "■'■, ran away. Fortunately the team hitched to the vehicle did not. Brn -1 It's right leg was fractured, but ho was not otherwise injured. Ho was conveyed tv 87C Dawsoii street. THE PAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, JSH4. SETTLED IT AMICABLY. THAI* AND HIMBOLDT SCHOOLS mi uuu:. Central High School Committee Satisfied With the Oratorical Contest Arrangements. The sky-resounding; battle, the Ho meric combat alleged to be in progress between the llumboldt and Central high schools, proves to be a simple mis understanding. It concerns the pro posed contest between the two schools to select delegates from this district to the state high school declamatory con test Dec. '26. '1 he Central school claims that Prin cipal Bryant, of the llnmboldt school, has taken advantage of his position as president of the State High School Declamatory association, and chair man of its executive com mittee, to enforce with undue strictness the rules governing the con test. One rule states that "no contest ant shall have procured training of a professional elocutionary nature, out side of his own school." Mr. Bryant construed this to mean uo outside help whatever, but afterward sought the opinion of the other two members of the executive committee; and, on their de cision, agreed to allow pupils to be trained by their parents, providing the latter were neither amateur nor pro fessional elocutionists. Another rule insists that "the eentl men in the contest shall bi? limited to strictly oratorical declamations." Mr. Bryant is said to have confined this application to deliberative oratory, omitting all of a dramatic nature or that is pleasing rather than deep. Besides, as the contest was to tnke place in the Central building, the latter school claimed the right of acting as host, and of inviting the Humboldt. This attitudfi Mr. Bryant is said to have resented, refusing with more or less warmth to accept an invitation from the central school. The Central had therefore announced its decision not to enter the contest, and had filed ;ts protest against the admis sion of any delegate frost this district. Huwever, the executive committee of the association—Mr. Bryant, E. G. Adams, superintendent of the North- Held schools; and Z. N. Vaughn, super intendent of the Anoka schools—met last nlcht at the Hotel Kyan. Principal Smith, oi tiie Central, refused an invi tation to be present. Ha prefers to have the matter in the hands of his schools' debating society. The latter sent 11. C. Magee, its secretary, and Charles Joy, chairman of its committee of arrange ments. Mr. Gilbert and the other members as serted that he had simply enforced the existing rules; that the Central building had been granted for the contest by the board of education, and not by the Cen tral scholars; aHd that, as presiuentof the state association, Mr. Gilbert was obliged to personally direct ttie contests in every district. It was then amicably agreed by all concerned that the existing rulesshould be strictly enforced, and that any question as to a declamation being ora torical or otherwise should be decided, after the district contest, by the execu tive coinmitee. The Central society's representative accepted this arrange ment, subject to the approval ot the society itself. Both sides are anxious that the dis trict contest, fixed for a week ftom to night, shall occur, despite of misunder standings. Henceforth matters will doubtless progress smoothly. Elsewhere throughout the state most successful district contests have been held. Over forty towns have partici pated See our display of Gas and Electric Fixtures at the Carnival of Doll?;. Doll —ars are what you will save by buying from P. V. Dwver Bros. Company. NORMAN WRIGHT SPBAKS. Says Dr. Sehiffinan Is Wronged in the Mention of the Old Boat Race. To the Editor of the Globe. PoUGHKKKPtMJC, Dec. 10, ISo4.—ln a copy of your edition Oct. 20, recently brought to ruy notice, I find an article on the Schiffinan-Stiekuoy divorce that was evidently gotten up by one misinformed in some of the details. Without enter ing into the pros and cons of the bias of its writer against Dr. Schiffman, 1 wish to declare as utterly ialse that part wherein appears my name. Schiffman and 1 never rowed a double-scull race against the Lurlines or any one else, nor against each other. Unfortunately, we did compete in the single scull eventof the Minnesota Boat club on tho Fourth of July. 1885: but, since the guests of the club on these occasions are mainly the ladies, what ever betting is induced in is for sundry boxes of gloves or candies. On this occasion It was found that some daring gambler had ventured the enormous sum of between two and t'iree dollars! Subsequent match races of Schiffman vs. Stone at Lakes Calhouu and Minnetonka brought one the sport ing element—and, naturally, if bets are won they must also be lost. Some one started the cry of fraud and demanded an investigation. Stone was exonerated; but somehow a vindictive feeling so spread against Schiffman that hu felt forced to withdraw from the club. My impression is that from the rumors of crookedness nothing positive was found olher than a feature of our little club race commonly known and not worth mentioning. While on a hunting trip the club summoned me for investigation. 1 de clined to appear betore them and tend ered my resignation—if they deemed my character capable of suspicion. The action of the club was so grossly unjust that gl was but partly recom pensed in rowing against them as a Lurlme «t the Minnetonka regatta of '88, when the Minnesota four yot tnird place and the Lurline first. in justice to the absent and in court esy to the friends that 1 still have in St. Paul, you will make the above cor recUoii, will you not? Very truly, NoiiMAN WISHiHT. A Church Kvent. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bates Avenue Al. E. Church wiil have its an nual sale of fancy and usetul articles in the church parlors this afternoon and evening. A musical and literary pro gramme will be rendered during the evening as follows: Mandolin selection Ted Simpson Contralto solo, selected- Mrs. A. <?. Kriegrer Reading, selected Miss May bhinner Baritooe solo, "Will O' the Wisp" Charles O. Krieger Soprano solo, selected- Mrs. G. A. Hunter Reading, selected...Miss Norine Harris Bass solo, selected J. Frank Wilson Selection,selected. Manhattan Orchestra Contralto solo, selected — Mrs. A. C. Krieger Happened at Hastings. Special to the Globe.' .Hastings, Minn., Dec. 13. — The grandmy returned indictments today against Charles Heiurichs andAiviua Becker, of Inver Grove, for keeping a disorderly house. The Kickap'oo Indian Sag wa company open a two weeks' engagement at Opera ball next Monday evening. The Choral club will give a popular concert at Opera hall Wednesday even ing, June 16, under the direction of 1'; of. I). F. ColYilie, of St. Paul. ANNUAL MKETING. The State Horticultural Will As- semnle at Lake City. Lakh City, Minn., Dec. 13.—Upon Invitation of the mayor and common council of Lake City, the State Horti cultural society will hold its annual winter meeting at this place, Jan. 8 and 11, 1895. Free entertainment has been offered by the hake City people to all delegates and members. This includes everybody, as any one may become a member by paying the annual fee of ¥1,00. For entertainment apply to J. W. Kennedy, Lake City, by Jan. 1. An exceedingly inter esting programme has been prepared, and especial attention will be paid to the subject of irrigation. A good many prominent horticulturists from this and other states will be present, aud a large and profitable meeting is assured. All state papers are requested to copy this notice. A. VV. Latham, Secretary. DAIRY bUbbloX CLOSKD. It Proved to iie One of the Most Successful L-ver Held. Special to the Globe. Owatonna, Minn., Dec. 13.—The Minnesota state dairy closed its seven teenth annual convention this evening after a three days' session. Ihe opin ion of all is that this has been the best convention of a like nature ever held in the state, and many prominent men say of any that has ever been held in the United States. The delegates have numbered nearly three hundred, and inostof these have already departed,leav ing the city in a very quiet state. The programme todiy has been a very full one, and the papers read have all been ot great interest to those present, one, by Mrs. Senembri, a Swiss lady, on the prevention of tuberculosis, beine of especial importance, calling forth much applause, and very complimentary no lice from ex-Gov. lloa.i', of Wisconsin. The election of officers resulted as fol lows: President, John Mathieson, Aus tin; vice president, A. r\ McKinstry, Winnebajco City; second vice president, E. D. Childs, (Jrookston; secretaiy, T. L. liaecker, Minneapolis; treasurer, George T. Short, Farihuult. l'apa. We still have the "Brownie Book" called "Quter People" that your wife told you to get for the Christinas stock ing. D'Mi't forget it too long. A irood many papas are netting ahead of you, and perhaps yours may be sold" for storage. A book in eight parts; 10 cents per part. Each complete in itself. Gi.oijk counting: room. MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS ITlarrlaije License's. Isaac B. Ross Carrie L. llener BirSii*. Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Coles Boy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menten Glil Mr. anil Mrs. Charles McCarthy Giri Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Batcheler.".. ..Girl Mr. and Mrs. E. Folkmeir Boy Mr. and Mrs. John Warren Girl Mr. and Mrs. George IShaw Boy Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Melley Girl Mr. and Mrs. Gnstave Kosanke.. ..Boy Deaths. Mrs. G. Krawaezak, i,akeComo 42 years Michael Krentzrr, Rice St 6 years A. O'Connor. 108 College Ay.. .32 years Carl Bowman, 1002 Mathilda si. ..4 years »ie:i>. BTEWART— In St. Paul. Dee. 13. Maurice Van Keusselaer, only sou of Jacob 11. and Nellie F. Stewart, aged three years. Fu neral from residence, -i','s Portland avenue, Saturday, Deo. 15, at ',! o'clock p. m. AX EHi:STS. GEKMAMA BANK. LdCATICU IN in its own building, opposite postoßiee. Paid-up capital (100,010; pays interest on time deposits: sells drafts on all parts of the world; special attention given to wilding money lo (Jerraany. France, Switzerland and the Hritish empire. William Bickel, Presi dent; P. M. Kerst, Cashier. AMUfeKBIESTS. METROPOLITAN. ....TO NIGHT.... I MATINKE..... prices, BA*£5SA¥ -25C50C, 75C,51. [PERFOiSMANCE Hoyt's Musical Trifle, A TRIP TO CHINATOWN IN A NEW DRESS, With All the Original Now York Cast, In cluding HARRY CONNOR. Next Sunday—CUARITY BALL. Seats now on sale. The GRAND Popular me IJKAIND Wlth VJ *V**A > *-^ Everybody. Matinee I V EWMT SUIldaV Tomor- 111 &a Ltd ill £I ; uuuuaj, row. A To U«n?ne. S FritZ in a ! Summer I o all tbe ._ , Bt . . Ladies. Madhouse. ! Blizzard. OTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF kJ Ramsey—Probate Court. Ju the matter of the application for license to sell the real estate of Edward Langeviu, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Achille Mi hand.administrator with the will annexed of the estate of mid deceased, pray ing that license be to him granted to sell all of the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and it appearing by said petition that there Is not sufficient personal estate in ttie hands of said administrator to pay the debts outstanding against the deceased- and the legacies and expenses of administration, and inn t it is necessary In order to pay such debt s- legacies and expenses to sell said real estate; It is therefore ordered. That all persons in terested in said estate appear before the said probate court at a special term thereof, to be held on Friday, the-Uh day of .January, A. I). 189.i, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, in the City of St. Paul, in said County, then and there to show cause (if any there be) why license should not be granted to said administrator to sell said real estate according to the prayer of said petition. And it is further ordered, That notice ot such hearing be given to all persons inter ested in said estate by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in tne St. Paul Daii.tGlohk, a daily newspaper printed printed and published in mid county Dated at Saint Paul, the 13th day of De cember. 1894. By the Court: JOHN B. OLIVIER, [l. «.] Judge of Probate. John L. Macdonald, Attorney. Everett House, Union Square, New York. An established hotel under new manage ment, thoroughly renovated, perfect sanita tion and all modern improvements. Visitors to New York will find the Everett In the very heart of the popular shopping district, con venient to places of amusement and readily accessible from all parts of the city. EUROPEAN PLAN. . Wm. M. Bates. B. L. M. Bates. HOTEL IMPERIALi^K ". • , . SI., l/liICAUO. One of the largest and best in the city. Rooms, 81.00 per day up. Send for circular Half a block from 12tli st. exit of the new Ulinoiß Central Station. All baggage deliv ered FUER from Ills. Central depot. No cab fares necessary. ! Look out for our porter at the station. If you want comfort, conven ience and economy. Bton at the new Notice to Manufacturers of Clothing, Etc- Wanted, bids on forty-five Dress Coats. Caps and Belts for firemeil; six n"rvfh.eh' >s Rubber Coats ana Caps with capes attached Bids, specifications and samples to t>e sent oil or before Deo. 20 10 W. W. STOPPE Granite Falls, Miaal . HOUSEKEEPER'S DAY! Grand Opening Today of Artistic Novelties in LAMPS, SHADES and TABLES The fame of our ART DEPARTMENT has gone abroad, and everiiivhere it is well spoken of. Expressions of warmest com mendation and delight are heard from all who view it. TODAY AND SATURDAY Everything will be on display, including the choicest and most se lect specimens, and all are invited to attend. Our Leading Items for Housekeepers 9 Day Offer undoubted opportunities to save money. The prices are the lowest we have ever quoted, and that means they are the low est that have ever been quoted in the Northwest for goods of like character and quality. 19 Cents FOR CUT GLASS SALT AND PEPPER shakers, "*" ° with quadruple-plated screw top caps; four different designs. Two weeks ago we had a special sale of China Plates with miniatures of historical celebrities, an imitation of the famous Sevres ware, and they sold very fast. Today we have a sale of Victoria Carlsbad China After Dinner Cups and Saucers, Tea Cups and Saucers, Bon Bon or Relish Dishes, Fruit, Dessert or Ice Cream Plates. All with miniature portraits of famous historic characters. Gifts that cannot fail to be instructive and interesting as well as useful. * 35 Collie For After-Dinner Cups and Saucers, with miniature head on *JtJ v^^llt^ each cup. 4:0 VjGlltS For Tea Cups and Saucers, with miniature on each cup. 39 CentS BoBo" or Re!ish Dishes > entirely new, odd, dainty shapes, <j<j vyv^ULD with miniature decorations. H . 59C ail(l 69C £ Or/ n"Yf Dessert °> Ice Cream Plates with open-work $1.00 and $1.25 and miniature decoration, two sizes, worth fully $2.69 5 °? /0/J T^ Kettle °f brass on wrou3ht brass standard. Recipe >uv Book of hot beverages with each. r $2.25 Chafi"f ?'iff' nickel-plated dish, separable hot water pan, improved %>u.*-u central draft burner, with regulator and Book of Recipes. DRAPERY DEPARTM'T Useful Holiday Gifts, Down Quilts, $4.00 to Sio.oo. Silk-Covsred Down Quilts, S«2 50 to $25,00. ' Fine Wool Blankets, North Star Mills s4.oo to $20.00. Rattan Furniture, odd pieces, finished in gold and white and gold, make beau tiful gifts. Rattan Easy Chairs and Rockers, special selections for the Holi day trade. Japanese Embroidered Ta ble Covers. Japanese Embroidered Piano and Mantel Scarfs. Silk Table Covers, Velour Covers, Pillows in large and beautiful variety, Materials for Covering Sofa Pillows, odd pieces of Upholstered Furniture. Glove Department MANNHEIMERS KID GLOVE BOND. If you wish to make a Holiday Pres ent of Gloves and do not know the size or the colors your friend would like, we will sell you a CERTIFICATE OR GLOVE BOND, good for as many pairs of gloves as you pay for on presentation. This gives an opportunity to the party receiving the gift to make her or his own selection of colors and insures satisfaction, as they can be fitted. A SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 10 per cent will be made on sales of these Glove Certificates for not less than three pairs. SPECIALS FOR TODAY AND SATUR DAY: Women's 4-Button French Suedes, made by Trefousse, $1.25 per pair. Women's 4-Button Glace, all colors, $1.00 per pair. Women's English Walking Gloves, "Dent's," in white and colors, with 4 large buttons, stylish street gloves, worth $2.00, for $1.50. Perrin's Pique Kids, with stud fast ening; the best street glove made; war ranted to wear; $2.00. Reynier Kid Gloves, the best in the world, both as to fit and wear. Reynier 4-Bviton Glace, $2.00. Reynier 4-Button Suede, $1.75. Reynier 8 - Button Mousquetaire, $2.25. For hisses and Lads: Perrin's Gloves, with stud fastening. Women's Kid Lined Mittens, $1.00. Women's Mocha Lined Mittens,sl.oo. Black and colors. Misses' Kid Lined Mittens, 50c. Ladies' Heavy Double Silk Mittens, fancy backs, the sort for which $1.25 is usually asked. Our special price, 75c. Men's Dept SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE OF FINE MUFFLERS. Part of an importer's samples, worth $1.75 and $1.50, only 89c each. Sixth and Robert Streets, St Paul, Minn. To Induce you to visit our New Studio, Opposite Metropolitan Opera House. 90 and 101 Sixth Street. . Christmas Photography! IQCABINETSand ONEon 3x!Q / 00 °-'"" ■ M vpWiVVi AVOIIK Out-Door and Commercial Work a Specialty Telephone—lo7l. •a-r-r-^MR. ZIMMERMAN'S PERSONAL JJ^&r* ATTENTION to Ai'P.OINTMfI«T LOW PRICES ■ ON ..Oriental Rugs.. A grand assortment of Antique Ruas, direct from the East, at the lowest prices for which they have ever been offered in these cities. Rvgs from Per sia, Shirvan, Carabaugh, Kazak, Tehe ran, Samarkand, Oushak, Bokhara. Per gamos and Khiva, all with the quaintly beautiful markings peculiar to their districts. This is a rare chance for the con noisseur or collector. The prices are very low. Christmas Linens, Pattern Cloths, 2x2}i yards, worth much more, for $2.75 each. Handsome Cloths, with Napkins to j match, size 2x2% and 2x3 yards, at | $5.00 and $6.00 a set. This is a j rare chance. These prices are much j less than they are actually worth. j One of these sets will be an ideal gift for a housekeeper. Damask Towels, all white, with knot ted fringes,plain and fancy drawn-work borders, largest size, at 57 C each. Extremely Low Prices on Doyleys, Center Pieces, Table Mats and Scarfs, in all the latest fancies Irish Point, Honiton Edge, Renaissance Lace arid Batten berg. ...Jewelry Dept... Sterling Silver Tie Fasteners (925 --1000 fine). Special, 33 C each. Fancy Gold-Embossed Leatherette Lase, fitted with an Ansonia Clock. Special, $|.25. This Clock is warranted, and would be cheap at $2.50. Muslin Underwear Women's Outing Flannel Gowns worth $1.25, for 99c. Misses' Outing Flannel Gowns, worth 85c, for 69c. Children's Outing Flannel Gowns, worth 75c, for 49c. Women's White Lawn Aprons in ten different styles for 25c each. Jointed Dolls, with bisque heads worth 50c, for 25c each. LACE DEPARTMENT. Chiffons, the quality formerly sold at $1.25, will be sold today and Sat urday for 75c per yard. All-Silk Black Guipure Scarfs, good value for $1.00. Special price, 59c. Real Ostrich Feather Collarettes, our $2.50 quality for $1.39 each. TKEA EfMR^ ST'S N, ERVK AND BRAIN ?.i^ A32* Lli?« »Pecific for Hysteria, Dizzi prostration Neuralgia, Headache, Kerrou Sakefmn O« n C£" Beil , by alcohol or tobacco vt Hr«V ' *? cnt"' DeD^sslon, Softening deafh^p' Cilllling *, n, BanUy- n»wrr, doc«y of PowoPr rf^ a,Vi re Old A? e- "^"ennes^ Lost JEE*i n^i!"« Fpm*le Weaknessen. Involun- Lo»se;. Sperinatorrbcea caused by over oxertionof bra 1< Self-Ah use. Ovpr-ludul m al ? 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