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IN BUBINES8 20 YEARS.
Capital S100 000
We give below the names of
the bank's management, 'feat
ing that no furtlfi guaftui
We of conservative manage
ment need be given:
rice president Gluek Brewing
Co M. Griffith, re
tired, George M. Bleeeker,
attorney at law George Sal
zet- president of Salzer Lum
ber Co 1. Gedney, pros
ident of A Gedne\ Pick
llnB Co. Francis A. Gross,
President German-Amei lean
Bank, Henry Doenr.. of Wln
cke & Duerr, wholesale to
bacconlsts, Peter J. Soheid.
retired, Arthur E Elchhorn,
of E. Flchhorn & Sons, InMir
ance. Win Von der \\e\er.
of Von der We\ er & I ohmar.
dry goods Jacob Kunz, tree?'
urer of Minneapolis Brew lmr
Co Robert Tratt, wood and
coal, Charles S UB neon
proprietor Northwestern Fire
FRAXCIS GROSS Fi evident.
CHARLES GM CK, Mce PiesUent
GRIFFITH Second Vice PreIdcnt
GEORGE STEGNCR. Cashier
EORGE III UN Assistant Cashier
For Judge of Probate
William P. Roberts,
1006 Guaranty Building.
GAS and ELECTRIC
Formerly 814 Nicollet, Will Be
Located After Sept. 1 at,
227 So. Fifth Street
Both Phones 39
Accounts received from indi
viduals, corporations and banks
For cramp colic or diarrhoea, Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy works like magic.
EVENTS OP TQNIG-HT
Okott "Eileen Asthore."
Bijou Theater'' Woman Against
Wonderland Park Amusement
Journal Automobile Tours of
Hinneapolis and twin cities
Wonderland Park Amusement
His surprising political strength
comes from thousands staunch
friends, whom he has loyally served.
$34.90 to California.
Save $15 by going via the Minneapo
lis & St Louis Railroad before Oct. 31.
Kate applies via all direct routes. Lib
eral stopovers in Arizona, Nevada and
For fnjl particulars call on J. G.
Rickcl, city ticket agent, 424 Nicollet
August, A. D. 1906.
Dr. Chester M. Carlaw has returned
from the east.
Northwestern National Life Insur
ance eompinv. Eleventh and Nicollet,
has three desirable suites of offices
A big installment of "Doc Gordon,"
the interesting novel running in The
Journal this month, will appear in
The Journal automobile tours,
Seeing Minneapolis''two-hour ride
leave the Journal office at 9:30 a.m.,
1:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The Johnson Undertaking Co. areticket.
now at 703 Hennepin av. TelN. W.
Main 3353, T. C. 9859. Residence 2005
Second av S. Tel. N. W. Main 143-J.
Miss Lettie M. Crafts, secretary, an
nounces that Rev. L. C. Ward of 14ists
East Twentv-sixth street, Minneapolis,
who for a time solicited funds for the
Florence Crittenton home of this citv,
is no longer connected with that chari
ty in any way.
A mass meeting of all interested in
temperance woik will be held Friday
evening at the Christian church, Grand
avenue and Tmrty-first street. Mat
ters ot interest covering the contest for
the legislature the forty-third dis
trict will be considered.
Dr. W. II. Jordan has planned a
unique Old Polks Service'' for next
Sunday morning at the First M. E.
church, Fifth street and Ninth avenue
SE. Jt is designed in special recogni
tion of the aged fathers and mothers
of East Minneapolis. Old, old hymns,
that the aged love, will be sung, and the primary system
there will be special music by a quar- several cases,
tet. and Dr Jordan will preach on i In the fight for iudge of probate it
Seeing a Better Country. The Ep- is most marked. George R. Smith of
League will send carriages i the first ward, who has been in the
worth for anv aged or infirm people whose
names and addresses are sent to Dr.
Jordan before Saturday noon.
ALBERT H. HALL
NOTICE Of SAXZ OF STUMPACrE ON STATE
Notice is hereby given that I Will offer for
sale at public auction at the State Capitol, in
St Paul, on tbe llth day of October. A. D.f&rtieth
1006, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, certain tim
ber belonEtnc o^.the State and liable to waste
An official copy of the list of lands upon
which said timber is situated will be furnished
by to all applicants on and after the 17th
da.y o.f. September, A. 1806. Said list will
Edison and Victor
on Ea sy Payments.
Minnesota Phonograph Co.Nicollet8
be published in ronnection with this notice, once, candidatsfo four arna ishow*s. fn
a week for tliree weeks next prior to said sale 2 A:
S. S IVERSON.
Everybody who has used i says
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is the best.
Send for Edison and Victor Catalog,
Henry J. Gjertsen &
Harry A. Lund
1015 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Minneapolis.
Best facilities for collection inheritance
fmel baudllTiK of legal business lxi Europe
twenty-one years' experience in tne general
practice of law In Minnesota. Special atten
tion gtren to probate and real estate law.
and Ml 1906 Fall Styles
Now on Display and Sale
Nicollet anil FgyrtH St.
,t If it comes from Bamaby's, it must be good."
LAST NAMES ARE I N FOR
Neither Republicans Nor Democrats
Have Candidates'for Every Officer
Muiiicipal Ownership and Prohibi
tionist Parties 'Send Large Proportion
in on the Last Day.
Every contest that is to be decided
at the primaries Sept. 18 is now defi
nitely fltfed as far as entries are con
cerned. All entries are in. The list-j
closed at midnight with 280 candidates
filed on the various tickets. There is a
peculiar coincidence in the fact that
exactly the same number of candidates
filed two years ago.
Of the 280 candidates, fully two
thirds are republicans. No ticket is
complete this year. Even the repub
lican ticket haB blanks in certain dis
tricts regarded as hopelessly democratic
or where by agreement -no opposition
has been made. The same is true in
a larger degroe of the democratic
There are more blanks and it
was not until 11 o'clock last night,
after some hard work by the demo
cratic committee, that even a fair
showing was secured. The prohibition
and public ownership candidates
fairlv poured in yesterday and these
parties will have a fair ticket so far as
candidates are concerned, especially on
the aldermanic -and legislative tickets.
All four parties have candidates for
mayor. J. D. Engle, chairman of the
prohibition county committee, filed
"Double Cross" Plan?
There was some excitement and inter
est thruout the city during the final
hours of filing, and candidates and their
friends kept close tab on proceedings.
One thinff has been brought lijrht
that tends to show that attempts nave
been made to "double cross" candi
dates by the filing of candidates with
nearly the same name, or that the
same dodge_has been used to discredit
This is marked in
race for some time, was served with
notice some time ago that "his was
coming." Last night Eugene Vincent
Smith, giving his residence a lodging
house at 108 Washington avenue S, was
filed for the office. He was brought in
by a democratic chief of the lower end
of the fifth ward. Chris Jurcell, who
made no bones of the fact he was filing
the man. The name of Eugene Vin
cent Smith does not appear the di
rectory and all efforts to find anvbody
of that name at the address given
An attempt was made to bring out a
"George Harold Smith" for the same
office and was reported to George B.
Smith and his friends. An offer of $300
if he would file was made but refused.
Since that time similar threats have
been made, and last night the second
Smith filing was made. It is not known
and is not believed that the move was
instigated by any candidate in the race
or in his interests.
Threats of Similar Moves.
Judge C. L. Smith, candidate for spe
cial iudge of the municipal court, was
on deck the entire evening evidently,.
exDeeti^ie a move of the same sort and
only left his post after the auditor's
office was closed and the books e}ose,d.
Threats of a similar move have been
made against 8. T. Johnson, candidate
for city treasurer on republican ticket.
Many for Park Board.
The banner registration is for the
park board, on the republican ticket.
There are four places, and twenty-five
candidates are filed. Eight candidates
are filed for iudge of probate, and
eight for register of deeds. There are
eight candidates for representative
from the forty-first district, which has
four places available, and seven In the
district, which has bui two
places. There are seven candidates for
sheriff ana five candidates for each of
the two county commissionerships.
The heaviest democraticfilingout
side of thee parr boardn,l which si.x'
Dated, St. Paul, Minn this nth day ot' resentative of the thirty-eighth district,
where there are four candidates for two
places. In the third and eleventh wards
three democratic aldermamc candidates
appear, there are two ii. the sixth and
twelfth, and one in each of the others,
except the fifth. On the republican
ticket there are plenty o' aldermanic
candidates. Wendell Herlig has no re
publican or democratic opposition in the
fifth ward, John Peterson is alone in
the republican side o the sixth, and
there is no first ward candidate. Mich
ael A. Gerber, the present democratic
alderman of the first, has the same easy
walkaway as Alderman Hertig.
For the legislative office^ the re
publicans are well supplied with candi
dates with two exceptions. There is
no republican senatorial candidate in
the thirty-eighth district and but one
representative. The democrats hare no.
candidates in the thirty-ninth, fortieth,
or forty-third districts, and have a com
plete registration in only the thirty
The following is
a complete list of
Judge of District Court.
-A. M. Harrison. F. C. Harvey,
Boardman, Charles Laybourn,
DemocratFrederick V. Brown
Judge of Erotaate.
RepublicanEven F. Thompson, Alexander
McCune, Frank P. Nnntz, William P. Roberts,
John A. Dahl. George R. Smith. Charles S.
Cairns, Eugene Vincent Smith.
DemocratLewis R. Larson
Special Judge of Municipal Court.
RepublicanCharles L. Smith, Albert C. Fin
ney. Trafford N. Jarne.
DemocratPeter M, Burns.
Judge of Municipal Court.
RepublicanGeorge L. Matcban, Edward F.
Walte Louis C. Gjertsen, Wlnfleld W. Bui dwell,
DemocratHerbert E. Day.
RepublicanAlbert H. Hall. W. D. Washburn
Jr.. William II. Eustis. Frank M. Nye.
DemocratFrank D. Larrabee.
Public OwnershipCharles Dirht.
RepublicanDavid Janes, G. Williams.
DemocratAlbert A. Ames, James C. Haynes.
William H. \SillieroB,
Public Ownership Milton
RepublicanC. S. Hulbert. S. T.-Johnson.
DemocratFrancis N. Stacy.
Public OwnershipAbisha M. Lock wood.
I&publicanDan C. Brown.
DemocratThomas P. Lally. i
Public OwneraLIi'Edward Mittward.
School Director (Nominate Two.)
Republicanlionise Kcyps, Emanuel Obevg
Thomas F.v jQuinbv. John H. Steele, Robert Pratt.
T. J. Davis. Frank 0 Peterson.
.-DemocratWilliam M. Hatcher, Etta Link
Holmes W. J. Gallajher.
Prohibition John O. Griffiths. WlUiam
Warren. L. A. Pratt, Theodore Tennyson.
Library Director. Nominate Twa)
RepnMlcanT. B. WnUter, Gerald- L. Shepard,
Lettie M. Crafts. Charles W. Sbmerby, Samutl
DfewcraJA./B. jhjans, ^ell^. O'BrWn/ Bd
,A. Stevens. *1
Park Commissioner. (Nominate Four.)
Republicantyilton O. Nelson. Josenb W l*en
bertb* Francis M. IJehry, Edward E. BaHtha$n",'
CouHlneau William McMillan, Arthur
K. Wnlkui/'Malt' H. WilttdU. Cyrus h. BrpVn,
John 8 rortjr Charles Herras, P. K.
I*eterNou Qjnilea A. Nimooks, J. v.x Kiiadettaljl,
C. 1*. Loiell, NlcU N Itonner, Fortius Dem-
inj,-. Ilermau flroWn. Weslej A. Stevens,
Robert I) (one Samuel D. OR*. W. C. Allan,
Milfoil O Zselsoni Frank fcorce
DcinpcifttA Lursori, A O Choate. J.
IloUsermaiin. Charles 13 Fox. Robert E Flsener.
ProhibitionJohn 0 Sritfiths.
Alderman, First Ward.
rijaocratMMufcZ A. Gerber.
Public Ownership-Fiank Thompson.'
Alderman, Second Ward.
Betmblieanlidward 'W. Hawlej, Benjamin
Sheldon, John Friend, William E Nelson,
R. B. Thompson..! i 1
DemocratFd J. Cpnroy.
Public OwnershipThomas Noteke.
Aloerman, ,XUiid. Ward.
RepubJIeflDW. f. Seorsc'v.'B. Hill,
Adolph W IferderT
Democratlohtt h. Oleason, John Danek,
Hubert MenelU65b i
Public awnerthin,W. Jl. Bossert.
Alderman, Fourth Ward.
RepublicanCharles D. frould? J. Charles
LewN, Alficd Merrill.
Publbj Omnc-sMnHarry McKee.
Alderman, Fifth Ward.
Public OwnershipCharles O. Huntress.
Alderman, Sixth Ward.
DemocratFetr Gunderson. Iar M. Rand.
Public OwnershipCharles Erickson.
Alderman, Seventh Ward.
RepublicanC O. Lindahl, Augustus O.
Vaughn William Allen, i
Pemerat O Dahl.
Public Ow nerehipBeecher Moore.
Alderman, Eighth Ward.
RepublicanW. C. Buchanan. B. W. Olark,
Alderman, Ninth Ward.
RepublicanNeis Swanson, J. J. McGuire,
Morgan. Gu^taf Adolph Carlson.
DemocratPeter MCCOY, J. W. Larson.
Public OwnershipNels Holmijuist.
Alderman, Tenth Ward.
RepublicanJohn W. Wilson, Pliny W. Mc
Allister, Frank D. Brown.
Public OwnershipAndrew Hanson.
Alderman, Eleventh Ward.
RepublicanA. Ortquist, Iver C. Nelson.
DemocratAugust Darellus, G, A. West
phal. Charles J. Keller.
Public Onnetshis William Davis
Alderman, Twelfth Ward.-
RepublicanD 0 Bow, N. Holmgren
DemocratMartin F. Mellalo, John Mulvabill,
Public OwnershipE W. Hobbs.
Alderman, Thirteenth Ward.
RepublicanJohn H. Van Nest, J. B. Gleason,
James S Gray.
Public OwnershipBenjamin E Roberts.
RepublicanHugh R. Scottt, Joseph T. Man
DemocratJ. O Rise.
RepublicanW E Hewitt. Al J. Smith.
DemocratPhilip J. Riordan.
Register of Deeds.
RepublicanAugust W Skog, William E. Al
bee. Robert McMullen. Horace E. Johnson, Wil
liam S. Jenkins James H. Ege, George
Wilson T. A Caton
DemocratAlbert M. Goodrich.
RepublicanFred Powers, Arthur Jones,
J. \V. Dreger John Hoy. Sherman S. Smith,
Andrew Sandberg, George A. Loth.
C. ilanke, George C. Mer-
Whipple, J. M. Kistler,
DemocratC. A. Lapierre.
RepublicanW. E. StOopes, Frank E. Hay
Coiinty Superintendent of-
Senator, Fortieth District.
Charles Fow ley.
Senator, Forty-first District.
Senator, Forty-second District.
Republicanllenry Gjertsen. Manley L. Fos
seen .A-xel JLnH^toOTi
I'ublic Onnershfi)John Hlrt
Senator. I'orty-third District.
RepublicanEdward E Smith, Carl Wa
Senator, Forty-fourth District.
RepublicanFrank S. Lane. Edward G. Dahl.
DemocratJohn W. Pauly.
Representative, Thirty-eighth. (Two.)
DemocratJames Donaghue, Michael J. Sul
livan. Edward F. Sahler. Frank C. Grlswold.
Representative, Thirty-ninth. (Two.)
RepublicanJames Everington. Leslie Wll
dey. Joseph Conroy. Byrdn Timberlake.
ProhibitionW. G. Calderwood, Luke E
Representative, Fortieth. Two.)
RepublicanFrank D. Nimocks. Fred B.
Wright. Maxil D. Robb. Edwin S Slater, Sam
J. Lev trank C. Deterly, James McMullen.
ProhibitionWilliam C. Thompson.
Representative, Forty-first. (Four.)
RepublicanDaniel Fish, Henry G. Hicks,
James W Stokes, Charles L. Sawyer, Clarence
A Webber lhomas Kneeland. John G. Lennon,
John X. Berg.
DemocratSamuel Musgrave. Jr Alonzo Phil
Ii i D^ftn
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL!* August? $0 *i906.S*l^/f^'
NORTH WESTERN FUEL C0'5
Representative] ForJy-J3acond 4^?)
Republlcan-^Iou| Solemn SWihi *Ncl*ori. 1 WJ a.
Nolan, Ernest A Luude^n, J. 8 McHcniy.
ProhibitionDoimltt MoJCenzfe, Lhioc J3- Liljen
RepublicanHector Ba\ti, P. Allen, G_, A.
Will, Lawrence Ii. Johnson, A. A. Ktlly, W. L.
Represejitativp, F,orty-fourth. ,(Two.)
RepublicanThomas Rcia, el McNeil,
George E Maas. Is U*-osseseij,
ProhibitionGeorge W, IUgglns
Rub your poor, tired, aching feet with
Omega Oil. Trial bottle 10c.
1 ANDRUS IS IN TOWN
Minneapolis' Congressman Coadjutor
Has Something Up His Sleeve.
Congressman J. E. Andrus has re
turned from a three weeks' trip to the
west coast/ He went out over the Soo
lino and came back by way of the
Missouri river "gateway. Mr. Andrus
is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. S.
S. Thorpe, at Lake Minnetonka, and
before returning east will attend to
business matters which promise some
new improvements for Minneapolis.
GEORGE W. ARMSTRONG,
Eepubliean candidate for county com
missioner third, fourth and tenth wards.
County Commissioner,"Becond District.
RepublicanJohn B.' 'Johnson, W. Williams,
John S. Norman. Chris Anderson, J. B. John
DemocratJ. JJ Keatley.
County Commissioner, Fourth District.
RepublicanWilliam, Knight. H. F. Dalns,
II, Chandler. Richard Wyman, George W
Senator, Thirty-Eighth District.
DemocratJohn T. McGowan Casper Schul
Senator, Thirty-Ninth District.
RepuWtcan E ComMoAc, I*red A. Brlggs
William Stevens James Elwell
ALBERT C. FINNEY
Assistant City Attorney.
Candidate for republican nomination
for special judge of the municipal
U. N. *OTT,
25c and 60c. Tonight 25e to $1 Sat.Matinee
In the Romantic Irish Drama
HE5AR OLCOTT'S NEW SONGS
Week of Sept. 2 CHECBEHS.
SEAT SALE THIS MORNING
for the greatest of all racing plays
with all the old favorites
SPECIAL MATINEE LABOR DAY.
BIJOU Tonight at 8:15.
SOUVENIR, MATINEE SATURDAY.
The Powerful Melodrama,
'WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN*
Excellent company Adequate scenic production
Next week "In Old Kentucky"
Matinee Daily. Every Evening a 8:15.
"NOTHING BUT FUN"
Next Week BRIGADIERS
The LYCEUM THEATRE
THE FRAWLEY COMPANY,
and Consuelo Bailey In
Sunday Matinee, Sept. 2.
fe\'^.'.t^..':. ',\il'i!hfi'..\\ i//.U' IsW.
Get "the coal that's ALL coal."
^?n^?f It-saves time, trouble and money because It daves furnaces and
and contains no clinlters, gives more heat ior the ame weight
in fact "goes farthest." -v '*&
Be sure your coal "purchase is NORTH WESTERN* FUEL
GO'S Scranton.4. *Twill prove itself in the burning,
NORTH WESTERN FUEt CO. I
S4 Third Street South. Both Phones. _.
-V+T"***. ir ^JW*. -S
to the eye of the Connoisseur.
Choice Friday and Saturday
r* Qm-Prtea Gna*rt
This Offer for Friday and Saturday Only.
EXTRA S'PECIAL BARGAIN NO. 1
TWO BALES OF ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND MODERN "ANATOLIAN"
MATS, Average Size 18x24 Inches, Especially Desirable for TCable r
Piano Mats. Not a one in the lot worth 4fc Brno*
less than $5.00. Your choice Friday Hfl and *%7 5fcf|
and Saturday at, Each I itJU
LOT NO. 2100 Antique "BOKHARA" Saddle Bags. Every piece a
Genuine Triumph of the Weavers' Art. These are very RareRegular
Values $17.50 to $25.00Your
choice Friday and Saturday
X.OT NO. S(4) Bales "BAJ.OOCHISTAN," "KAZAK." "MOUSSOU"MOUSSOUL."L
"IRAN" an,d "DAGHESTAN" RugsSome very rine
and Beautiful Pieces in This LotRegular values $25.oo
and $27.50. Choice Friday and Saturday, each
LOT NO. 4(2) Bales Hall RunnersSome Rugs in this lot are Slightl
Imperfect but the Colorings are Magnificent. Worth
up to $46.00. Choice Friday and
LOT NO. 5 (50) Pieces "KAZAB "BALOOCHISTAN," "CABISTAN"
and "IRAN" Sedjedes. This is a Beautiful Collection, and there is not
a Rug in this lot worth less than $42.50Some are Worth
as much as $50.00Choice Friday and
LOT NO, 6CD Bale I*ine "IRA2T MOUSSOLS"Soft, Shimmering
and SilkyEvery Piece a Delight
LOT NO. 7(20) "B3TURA" Carpets, in Rich, Effective^ColoringsRugsColoringsRug
averaging in size 7x10 feet. Regularly sold at $100.00
to $125.00 each. Choice Friday and
LOT NO. 8(1) Bale Of "KAZAK," "BERGAMO," "YAROU
"ANATOLIAN" Rugs, in Large Square Shapes
Sold Regularly at $65.00 and $75.00 eachChoice
Friday and Saturday, each
LOT NO. 9Consists of 10, Room Size Carpets in "MUSKABAD" and
Turkish weavesThe Cheapest Carpet in the Lot is Fully 0 mg f)f|
Worth $125.00. A Big Snap for Friday and Saturday, ff
Your choice, each
TERMSOur Usual Terms of Payment Will Apply, and We Will Gladly
Arrange Payments to Suit the Convenience of Individual Purchasers.
Oriental Rug Repairing.
WE EMPLOY CONSTANTLY A FORCE Of NATIVE RUG EXPERTS
and are prepared to do all sorts of Rug Repairing and Washing at moderate
prices. Estimates for this work Cheerfully Furnished at your home on
request, without charge.
Be Sure to Visit the Enlarged New England Building at the State Fair,
Week of Sept. 3-8. Reduced Fare on All Railroads.
Both Phones, 3897.
Evenings. 15c 25c. 50c Prices never chance
THE JOURNAL AUTOMOBILE TOURS
COKDTJ0TED BY MO** BERVIOI COKPAHY.
LeftveTHE JOURNAL BniWin^Erery Day Weather -PermittSns. Of| 1WT4.'!-/'1*
9:30 a. m., 1304*0 and 7:3 p. JcT!?! /**V imiBS-'7*
OLLOWING OUR USU-
AL CUSTOM AT THE
OPENING of BACH
SEASON, we will, Tomorrow
Morning, inaugurate a Sale in
Our Oriental Rug Section,
which for Variety of Weaves
and Values Offered will Eclipse
Anything we have heretofore
UR BUYER HAS JUST
THE EAST, Where the
Magnitude of our Output and
the Ability to Pay Spot Cash
for- Parcels, no matter how
Large, Enabled him to Secure
Several Very Choice Lots of
Orientals at Prices from Twen
ty to Thirty Per Cent Below
an Advancing Market.
OR FRIDAY AND SAT-
URDAY We will place
Our Entire Stock of
Oriental Bugs Sale a Spe-
cial Prices and i twill Pay All
Prospective Purchasers of Ori
ental Rugs to make their
E APPEND PARTIAL
LIST of the Special
Bargains Offered, but
in Addition to the Special
Values Quoted Herein, Every
Rug in our Collection will be
marked for Friday and Sat
urday at Bargain Prices,
an $- W
$9.75 and $12.50
lot are Slightly
$37.50 and $42.50
Sth St., 6th St. and 1st Av 9,
NTTA ALLEN & CO
LEROY & WOODFORD
DAMM BROTHERS Matinee
4 AMERICAN BROTHERS
G. A. B. PARADE