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The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, February 21, 1906, Image 3

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COMBINATION BOOK-
CASESMade of selected
quarter-sawed oak, beau
tiful hand polish mahog
any finish, fitted with
large shape French bevel
mirror, oast brass trim
mings, has removable
shelves, neatly and con
veniently fitted desk. Peo
ple's Outfitting Co.'s price
on this Combination
Bookcase was $22.50.
Hartman's Sale?
Price. $13.25
SIDEBOARDSMade of
1 cted quarter-sawed
oak, has large roomy
linen drawer and lined
drawer for silverware, fit
ted with French bevel
mirror, neatly carved, has
cast brass trimmings and
easy rolling casters. Peo
ple's Outfitting Co.'s
price on this Sideboard
was $22.00. Hartman's
Special Sale A A
Price dfi09
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Wednesday/.-Eveningy
tiBT HABTMA "FEATHE 1 YOT O IBT."
Interest Increasing Daily in Hartman's Sale
OF THAT SPLENDID STOCK OF THE
This week promises to be eveb more interesting than lastthe start-off Monday and Tues-
day confirms that surmise. That's because the people of Minneapolis have become thoroughly
aroused to the possibilities of this sale. They've been making comparisons of valueshere
and elsewhere. When comparisons are made, the goods are ordered of Hartman's. This
great stock of the People's Outfitting Co., now tagged at such tempting prices, is just as in-
teresting as when the sale beganperhaps more so, for the last shipment from Chicago con-
tained a larger proportion of Spring designs. $100,000 worth of this magnificent stock of
homefurnishings is being put into the homes of Minneapolis people
ON THE BASIS OF HALF WORTH
CARPETS
If you contemplate buying a new carpet in
the spring buy it now at a saving of one
half regular price.
Extra Heavy Ingrain Carpet, sold by People's Outfitting
Co. at 60c. Special sale price, per ^t/lf*
Best quality all wool Ingrain Carpet, sold by People-s
Outfitting Co. at 95c. Special sale price, JJg.
per yard VVv
Extra Heavy Brussels Carpet, sold by People's Outfitting
Co. at $1.10. Special sale price, per StT*
yard UlC
Extra superior quality Brussels Carpet, with or without
border, sold by People's Outfitting Co. for fia.
$1.50. Special sale price, per yard 06
Extra Heavy Velvet Carpet, sold by People's Outfitting
Co. for $2.00. Special sale price, per Ai ft}
yard ls bU
High Grade Wilton Velvet Carpet, sold hf People's Out
fitting Co. for $2.20. Special sale price, per ag J E!
yard $liQ
COUCHESThese handsome Couches are upholstered in
the best grade of chase leather, full steel construc
tion, have heavy canvas bottom, the springs are all tem
pered in oil and the workmanship is absolutely guar
anteed to be the best. These Couches were sold by the
People's Outfitting Co. for $28.00. Hartman's
Sale Price
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sole agents
in
Minneapolis,,
for famons
Ostermoor
Mattresses.
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W are
for Famons
Ostermoor
SEL NE W SPRIN SHOES
There are no limitations to goodness. They are made to comply with our rule
of sellingto give perfect wear and satisfaction or anew pair free any time.
Ask for the Selz Royal Blue Shoe, for they have the sole
of honor and are indispensable for comfort exclusively
sold here for the two cities at
(The Field $2.50 boys' shoes are worn by boys who want the right sort.)
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CHINA CLOSETS The
entire sample line of the
People's Outfitting Co.'s
China Closets are put on
isale this Week at just
one-hair regular price.
These China Closets are
of superior workmanship,
beautifully finished quar
ter-sawed oak, have re
movable shelves!, neatly
carved. There are values
from $18.00 to $24.00.
Hartman's Spe-gjl "te
cial Sale Price
:^^!fiWf!^!
$14.75
DRESSERS These
Dressers are made of
solid oak. They are well
constructed and have
fine hand polished finish.
The mirrors are extra
large and oval in shape,
they are also extra heavy
French bevel plat* Peo
ple's Outfitting Go. pride
was $16.50. Hartman's
Special Sale &Q A E
Price vQi&U
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BARS COM ROADS
FROM GOAL SALES
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T.
Supreme Court Decision Is of
Moment to Big Coal
Carriers.
Washington, Feb. 21.The sweeping
decision of the United States supreme
court in the case of coal-selling by the
Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad company
becomes more important as it is studied
and reviewed by legal experts. It is
now the opinion or eminent lawyers
that it will hereafter prevent railroads
from operating coal mines, if it does
not actually prevent them from own
ing such property..
It is conceded that the views ex
pressed by Justice. White will prevent
railroads from selling coal in competi
tion With private shippers and naming
a lower freight rate for their own
product.
The interstate' commerce commission
has not yet fully determined the ex
tent to which Justice White 's decision
will afford a precedent. The members
have agreed on the one point that rail
roads cannot make a discriminatory rate
in favor of their own coal. They have
not reached a conclusion as to whether,
under the decision, they, can begin
prosecutions mgainst the railroads con
trolling the output of anthracite coal
in Pennsylvania.
Can Beach Coal Trust.
There is an inclination to the belief
that such a precedent is established
and that under it all combinations gov
erning the coalfields can be successfully
prosecuted, but no final conclusion has
tlGGTJ. T6icll6cl
If the opinion"of the supreme court
had-stopped with the point at issue,
and held that a railroad cannot make
a freight rate in favor of its own
product, the position of coal-owning
roads would have continued compara
tively safe. Justice White went fur
ther and enunciated the general princi
ple that when a railroad, pays itself
the published tariff- on commodities on
which it both a dealer and a common*
carrier, it violates the spirit of the
original interstate commerce act of
1887. s,
This is construed.as.equivalent to de
claring that a railroad cannot trans
port commodities which, it owns, or
which comes from .mines under its own
ership. Under this construction, all the
Pennsylvania anthracite roads would
be compelled to abandon the business
of mining and selling coal.
The only comfort obtained by rail
road attorneys in the decision of Justice
White is the declaration that the point
i of ownership was^ not involved in Ihe
case under consideration, and a subse
quent opinion on the precise point might
be entirely different.-
Bookkeeping us Evasion.
This point is being giv en .careful con
sideration by members of the interstate
commerce commission. They are seek
ing to determine, before bringing a
large number of suits against roads
handling both anthracite and bitumi
nous coal, whether the decision can be
evaded by bookkeeping. It might be
possible,* bv taking money out of one
pocket and putting it into another
pocket to find some, plan for avoiding
Culpability -undernhe court's findings.
If bookkeeping cannot save the rail
roads, it is held to, be certain that ithe
present" system of .transacting business
must be changed, jit once. The..policy
of buying coal at jthe mines or staking
it out, transporting itto .the point of
sale and distaiMtion, at lower rates
than are giVeUiBmio^tihg- shippers must
cease. All %M MlTroads .engaged in
handling the Santfrva^ btitput pursue
this plan.- Some bwn their mines and
others 'purchase the coarHat low prices.
ST. PATRICK A SGOT^
IRISHMEN FALL OUT
Journal Special Service.
Providence, K. I., Feb. 21.The com
mittee from the Allied Irish societies
in this city has decided not to hold the
street procession, which has been a fea
ture of the annual celebration of St.
Patrick's day. The only reason as
signed for this action, according to the
committee, is that an argument arose
during the session over the nationality
of St. Patrick. One member, a man
from Tipperary, said that the patron
saint of' Ireland was a Scotchman and
thereat a warm discussion developed
his remarks about St. birt"
were verified. The other members took
issue and a warm verbal contest en
sued.
After the discussion of St. Patrick's
place of nativity was brought to a con
clusion, it was found that the debaters
could not agree on any subject. The
meeting finally adjourned after a vote
had been taken which decided that no
parade would be held.
1 the past.
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$3.50
Waste
Belts
New Wash
Belts,
10c to 59c
each.
The man who had made the statement fort to pass a constitutional amendment
read an article in a magazine in which is futile," is the consensus of opinion
"Patrick's the congress on uniform divorce
laws, which has been in session here.
The committee on resolutions made
several recommendations regarding the
GARNEGIE TO PENSION
HIS OLD ASSOCIATE
Journal Special Service.
Washington,. Feb. 21.Andrew Car
negie has promised to stand by J. H.
Larcomb, a veteran clerk in the pen
sion bureau, who, by reason of advan
cing years, was reduced in rank and
salary. ,_
Years ago Mr. Larcomb and Mr. Car
negie worked together in a telegraph
Office in Pittsburg, Larcomb being the
"boss." The old-time friendship be
tween the two men was brought out re
cently, when Mr. Larcomb. who is 80
years' old, was telling his troubles to
friends. His salary had been cut down
to $900 a year, and in talking of his
i prospects for the future, whrck ap
peared gloomy, he incidentally told of
Professor J. Fraise Richards learned
of the case and determined to commu
i-nicate with Mr. Carnegie. Ie received
a reply, in which Mr. Carnegie sug
gested'that Mr. Larcomb quit the gov
ernment service, and said that he would
provide for him for the rest of his days.
LANDS TO BE RESTORED
Rapid City Tract Will Opened Again
to Settlement.
Special to The Journal.
Washington, Feb. 21.Bepresentative
Martin today secured a promise from
the director of the geological survey
that he would recommend the restora
tion to entry of a large tract of land
north and east of Eapid City. These
lands were withdrawn .under a provis
ion of the reclamation act^ when it was
thought they could be used in connec
tion itli the Rapid City irrigation
project. They will not be needed by
the' reclamation service, but there is
great demand for their opening from
'settlers who have gone into that sec
i tion of Kouth Dakota as a result of
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railroad extension, and there is little
doubt that a large portion will be
taken homesteaders.
I STAB WOUND PROBABLY FATAL.
Joseph Salera, nn Italian, who was stubbed
in a saloon row with a colored man in St. Pul.
is failing rapidly and it is feared that he will
not Hv~
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flfeb
ebtmry^n^jgot
New Rain Coats
New spring modela in Oxfords and tans,
all sizes, something entirely new which
you'll'appreciate highly when &jfk
you see it. Choice
Y,
New Wash Goods
OU
E wash goods* section is literally overflow
ing with beautiful new spring and summer
stuffs.
SILK MOUSSELINESin exquisite floral de
signs. A fabric greatly sought for evening
gowns, price, yard. 39c
DIMITIES AND BATISTESNew dimities in
neat rosebud effect-printed batistes in latest
floral patternseither, per yard -19c
NATIONAL DIVORCE
LAW NOT FEASIBLE
Journal Special Service.
Washington, Feb.'21."A national
divorce law is not feasible and any ef-
JOHANN ARNOLD.
Gentlemen:
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Duffy's Pure
There are 4,000 men and women in this
country alone who have passed the hun
dred year mark, and nearly every one ox
them has publicly acknowledged that he
or she owes health, strength, continued
use of all the faculties, and extreme old
age to Duffy's Pure Malt. Whiskey, the
great cure and preventive of disea3e, the
true elixir of life. We will send you free
a booklet containing portraits and letters
of many of these old people, and valuable
medical information.
If you would be strong, husky and vig
orous, and able to enjoy the work and
pleasures of life to the fullest if you
would live to ripe old age without aches
and pains, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key as directed and avoid all drugs. Doc
tors say it's the most powerful aid they
have in fighting curin diseases
throat, lungs
andanstomachg low feverf
and all weakening, wasting, nervous, run
down, diseased conditions from -whatever
cause. It acts quickly and builds up the
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A LA CARTE SERVICE IN OUR TEA ROOMS.
A
SEVENTH AND NlCOtLCT
Women's Spring Apparel
MEW Suits, Skirts and Coats are coming in eVery day now. The second
floor is a progressive exposition of the very latest styles. It's a
pleasure to exhibit the many original creations.
New Covert Jackets
In tan, medium light, fly front, satin lined, and taffeta lined, all new spring models, at
$7.50, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00
THE NEW GRAY DRESS GOODS ARE NOVEL AND BEAUTIFUL.
Spring Silks S Auction
49c 59c 69c 79c 98c
Actual values are from 76c to $2.00 a yard.
UR New York buyer attended the Auction Sale of the Ashley & Bailey
Co.'s surplus production of Spring Silks in New York City, February
8th, and secured a quantity of silks, including Taffetas of all descriptions,
Louisines, Peau de Cygne, Peaii de Soie, Pongee and staple Black Silks.
We Afe Giving You the Benefit
of this auction purchase in the form of such remarkable values as we quote
above on stylish new Spring Silks for waists, dresses and other purposes.
HAVE YOU NOTICED THOSE NEW FLORAL RIBBONS?
MEN OF TASTE APPRECIATE OUR EARLY SHOWING OF NEGLIGEE SHIRTS.
A Writing Tablet Clearance
It gives me pleasure in my old age to testify
to the benefits I am deriving from the judicious use of your
Pure Malt Whiskey. I am now 104 years old, hale
and hearty, have a good appetite and, perfect digestion. I
have tried a number of wines and whiskies for their stimu
lating effect, but my stomach would not retain them. Duffy's
agrees with my stomach perfectly. It is certainly a Godsend
to the aged, who need a stimulant to tone up. their stomachs,
increase their digestive powers and strengthen their weakened
nerves.
We offer a quantity of Writing Tablets this week in special lots at Clearance Prices
2c 4c 7c lie 13c
BEARD-DAYTONSociety StationersFirst Floor
DAYTON'S: .Seventh and Nicollet
causes for divorce and the practice of
each state restricting to its' own citi
zens the right of divorce. The one
cause of divorce, according to the con
gress, should be the statutory offense,
and no decree should be issued unless
the cause is shown by affirmative proof
other than the admissions of the re
spondent.
The committee recommended that at
least two years' continuous residence in
a state be required to establish citizen
ship and that all hearings and trials
shall be in open court and a lawyer ap
pointed by the court to contest all un
contested cases.
and Hearty at 104
Received on 90th Birthday
Johann Arnold of Reading,
Pa., and Mrs. Phebe
Pratt of Chelsea, Mass.,
say their sturdy old age
is due to the regular
use of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey.
It makes the old young
and the young strong
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In Drapery Goods
UN
USUAL reductions on drapery goods of various
sorts, at a time when people are beginning to
look for articles of the kind.
45c Soman Stripe Tapestry, 50 inches wide,
yard 33
10c Extension Bods
20c Colored Table Oil Cloth, yard 12V2C
15c Fish Net, 27 inches wide, yard j.Oc
$1.25 Madras, 45 inches wide* yard 89c
25c Colored Scrim, 40 inches wide, yard 16c
25c Window Shades, 3x6 ft., with fixtures, each 19c
DAYTON'S
ACTRESS TO SUE MIZNER
So Is Hurrying to Denver to Try to
Settle.
Journal Special Service.
Denver, Feb. 21.Mrs. Edith Samms,
nee Crater, an actress, is here for the
purpose, it is said, of instituting action
for breach of promise against Wilson
Mizner, who married Mrs. Charles T.
Yerkes. It is understood here that.
Mizner is now hurrying to Denver to
make an effort to adjust the matter be
fore it is given an airing in' the courts.'
MRS. PRATT.
Mr s. Pratt writes:
Gentlemen: I am now almost 91 years of age and am i
excellent health, owing to the use of Duffy's Malt Whiskey.
Catarrh of the throat troubled me for four years, and I tried
many remedies, without any benefit, until a friend induced
me to try Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
My general condition was very poor also until I used
Duffy's, but I am very glad to state that since using this
grand medicine the catarrh has left me. my general health
is better than it has been for years, and I know that it haft
prolonged my life.., I most certainly would not be without it.
hiskey
whole system. Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key is used exclusively in leading hospi
tals. The old reliable family remedy of
hundreds of thousands for over 50 years:
Its purity is vouched for by chemists,
and by the fact that.it'tr the only whiskey
recognized by the Government as a medi
cine.
Every testimonial is published in good
faith and guaranteed.
AVOID SUBSTITUTES.
Be sure you get the genuine Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey, sold In 'sealed bot
tles onlynever In bulkby all reliable
druggists and grocers, or direct, price
$1.00. It Is the only absolutely pure
medicinal whiskey and contains no fusel
oil. This is a guarantee. Look for the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the
label, and be certain the seal over the
cork Is unbroken.
Duffy,Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. I
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Mail
Orders
Filled
promptly.
Samples of
piece goods
on request.
New Walking Skirts $5
New spring models, circular gore, turn
hem, silk waistbands, colors blue and
black, made from Panama cloth, d%
all sizes, specially priced *&&
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