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WAGERSONHUGHES
COYERHEARST GASH
Broad Street Betting Brings Out
Two to One on Re
publican.
}icly
eate at each meeting hall, he pub
thanked for their opposition to
him. Alton B. Parker, the democratic
.party's candidate for president two
years ago William F. Sheehan, former
ly democratic lieutenant governor of
the state Edward M. Shepard, Tam
many Hall's candidate for mayor of
New York Paul D. Cravath, the noted
corporation lawyer, and District Attor
ney Jerome. He scored each of these
bitterly.
'MY LADY'S BANK'
OPENS IN GOTHAM
First Exclusively Woman's Bank
Latest Innovation in Na
tion's Metropolis.
Journal Special Service.
New York, Oct. 2.New York's
very latest innovation is "My Lady's
bank," the only exclusive woman's
bank in the country. Women with
coupons to clip, fair depositors with
rolls of bonds and notes as big as
dress patterns, opened accounts yester
day with the new bank.
This distinctly faminine institution
is the financial stepchild of the Night
and Day bank, which opened last May.
The new bank is under ihe same man
agement and housed in the same build
ing. Mrs. Anna Rice, who has been in
charge of the woman's department of
the. Night and Day bank, will attend tQ
tin? depositors in the new bank.
The only man in the bank will be
Robert J. Phair, the teller. Mr. Phair
has had fifteeen years' experience with
the woman's department of the Fifth
Avenue bank and he explained his new
position by the modest assertion that
he "understood women."
"If women don't know," said Mr.
Phair, "they learn quicklv, and they
are clever in business matters."
GAS TANK EXPLOSION
KILLS ONE 8 INJURED
Indianapolis, Oct. 2.While twenty
republican precinct leaders of Hancock
county were holding a caucus in the
town hall 1-st night at New Palestine,
a town fifteen miles east of Indianapo
lis, the acetylene gastank exploded,
killing one man and injuring eight
otherB.
William Toon, a rural route carrier,
was killed and .Elmer J. Binford, Wil
liam A. Howe, James P. Reed, W. H.
Rock, J. L. McCune, John Branson,
John Hittell and William Hobbs were
injured.
DOLLAR SUBSCRIPTIONS
COLLECTED IN CHICAGO
Journal Special Serrice.
Chicago, Oct. 2.One dollar sub
scriptions for the. republican congres
sional campaign fund are to be col
lected in Chicago. The plan was tried
in New York and was successful
enough in the way of raising money{ to
warrant following it up in this city.
At least that was the determination of
a political conference held in the office
of Postmaster Busse. The question of
establishing branch headquarters of
the congressional committee in Chica
go, also was discussed, but owing to the
absence of Congressman Tawney no de
cision was reached.
DYNAMITE TO FIND
'CORPSES IN WRECK
Kingfisher, Okla., Oct. 2.The smok
ing car of the Rock Island passenger
train which plunged into the Cimaron
river Sept. 18 will be blown up with
dynamite by the railroad company. The
bodies of several persons who wore on
the train at the time of the wreck and
have never been accounted for are be
lieved to be in the coach, the interior
of which is inaccessible on account of
the sand.
COUBT SENTENGES BOY
TO SPANKING BY "P i"
Journal Special Servioe.
Fond du Lac, Wis., Oct. 2.A spank
ing, administered by his father in court,
was the sentence pronounced by Justice
Blewett on Guy Higgins, 15 years old,
who stoned a streetcar. His mother
approved the sentence, anc[ if his father
is favorable the spanking will take
place Saturday afternoon.
fa* MASON CITY, IOWA.Judge Smith, district
r^conrt, yesterday declared S. Young the legal
p- ^mayor of Clear Lake. The March election
placed Frank Olson, present incumbent, in the
mayor's chair by two majority and placed the
"lid" on here. The contest was based on the
grounds that three votes were illegally cast for
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fburnal Special Servioo.
New York, Oct. 2.Large amounts
Of Hughes money are offered today on
the Broad street curb at 2 to 1. All
the Hearst money in sight is quickly
covered.
W. W. Bagley has placed a bet of
$10,000 to $5,000 and another of $6,000
to $3,000, both on Hughes, with Allen.
McGraw & Co. He also bet $2,000 to
$1,000 with Lansburgh Brothers and
$3,000 to $1,500 with Bunnell & Co..
and had more than $20,000 left to bet
at the same odds.
W. Marco placed $35,000 to $17,500
in several bets on Hughes. Some of
those who took the Hearst end of the
wagers were:
C. T. Hudson & Co., $4,500 Wrenn &
Co., $2,500 Wolf Brothers, $4,500
Thomas McClay, $2,500 R. Godwin.
$1,000 A. Lipper, $5,000.
Other bets made on Hughes were:
A. Sartorius, $5,000 to $2,500, with R.
Godwin Winchell & Co., $1,000 to $500.
with Godwin, and M. F. Broderick.
$2,000 to $1,000. with Bunnel & Co..
and $1,000 to $525 with H. Hornbostel.
Murphy Not Boss, He Says.
William R. Hearst spoke at five meet
ings in Brooklyn tonight and announced
at his second meeting in Williamsburg:
"I've said right along that I don't
care whether Murphy was for me or not.
I'm not for Murphy. I'll conduct this
campaign according to my own honest
convictions, and if I'm elected governor
I'll conduct the affairs of the state ac
cording to my own honest convictions.''
In his prepared speech, which he re-
Tuesday Evening,
J&u%pg1gq&*.$.fy4 THE
Lot 1:
Regular Price
Pair
La Vona Corsets
DEMONSTRATION of La Vona Corsets, our
own exclusive imported models, continues.
Miss Kloos has had experience in demonstrat
ing in the large Eastern cities, and brings with her
many new ideas in correct corseting.
Ruffled Muslin Curtains, 2J yards
long regularly 50c pair
34c
Sale Price
$1.00 89c
$1.50 $1.15
$2.25 $1.8 9
$3.25 $2.35
Regular Price
Pair
$4.00 $3.25
$10.00 $6.95
$33.50 $22.50
Tea Kettles-
No. 6..48c No. 7..58c
No. 8..68c No. 9..78c
Tea and Coffee Pots with
seamless enameled cover,
8-plnt 4-pint 6-pint
33c 35 39
Drinking Cups, only 7c
Large Cooking Spoons 5c
Longhandled Dippers 10c
STRANGER DROWNS
Falls Into River While Drunk, Body
Not Found.
MONTEVIDEO. MINN.A. stranger named
Mnrphy. while intoxicated, fell from the railway
bridge last night into the Chtopewa river and
was drowned. The body has not been recovered.
A Perfect Godsend
MRS. BESSIE SPENCER
Lot 2:
Ruffled Bobbinet Curtains
Sale Price
Pair
Arabian Lace Curtains
Well made on a good strong imported net.
RegularJfrice, Pair Sale Price, Pair
$5.75 $4.50
$6.50 $4.98
$8.00 $6.95
$11.00 $7.95
$17.00 $11.95
$25.00 $15.00
Scotch Net Curtains in white and
Arabian color regularly $1.25 pr.,
Regular Price
Pair
Superb Applique Curtains
In beautiful colors, with exquisite borders.
Sale Price
Pair
Regular Price
Pair
HATS ON IN OHTJKOH
Mrs. Bessie Spencer, complete ly used up tried doctors and
medicine without good results. She states that Duffy's pure
Malt Whiskey helped her from
The Order of Episcopal Minister to
Women.
WAUKEGAN, WISRev. W. E. Toll of
Christ Episcopal chnrch demands that women
wear their hats in church, saying it is no place
to go bareheaded.
the start and restored her to the
best of health in a short time.
Mrs. Spencer, filled with grati
tude, writes:
I have been using Duffy's Pure Malt for
four months and I am so glad as it has
done me more good than all the doctors'
medicines I ha-ve taken. I know that I
worked very hard and was failing fast
every day until I began to take this
wonderful Pure Malt Whiskey, and 1
surely can praise it anywhere in the wide
world, and am not ashamed to praise it
amidst thousands of people. I know that
it brought me out of hard suffering. I
had to go upstairs one foot at a time,
and when I got up in the morning I
could not stand on my feet for some
time, my limbs would tremble so under
me, and when Duffy's was recommended
to me I sent and got it as soon as I
could, and before I had taken one bottle
of Duffy's Malt I could walk and go
upstairs very well. This medicine was a,
perfect godsend to me, and I expect to
praise it as long as I live, and I do
hope that you may sell more of it all over
the land and that it may reach many
a sufferer, as it would prolong their life
for many years. (Signed) MRS. BESSIE
SPENCER, Easton, Talbot Co., Golds
borough St., Md. April 11, '06.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is an absolutely pure., gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic, builds up the
nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elastici-
ty to the muscles, and richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital
forces, it makes digestion perfect, and enables you to get from the food you eat
all the nourishment it contains. It is
invaluable for overworked men, delicate
women and sickly children. It strength
ens and sustains the system, Is a pro
moter of good health and longevity,
makes the old young and keeps the
young strong. Duffy's is the only whis
key that haa been recognized as a medi
cine and is guaranteed absolutely free
from fusel oil. Seven thousand doctors
prescribe and 2,000 hospitals use Duffy's
Malf Whiskey exclusively.
BEWARE of dangerous Imitations and
substitutes. They are positively harmful
and are sold for profit only by unscrupu
lous dealers. Look for the trademark,
the "Old Chemist," on the label, and be
certain the seal over the cork Is un
broken. All druggists and grocers, or
direct, $1.00 a bottle. Doctor's advice and
medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whis
key Co., Rochester, N. Y.
89c
Sale Price
Out of town people who order at oace by mall can share in the
exceptional advantages of this sale.
Sale Price
Pair
$1.25 98c
$1.75 $1.35
$2.75 $2.15
$4.25 $3.1 5
Sale Price
Pair
$9.00 $6.75
$25.00 $18.00
$35.00 $24.00
$1.98
IM"TT*\* A LA CARTE SERVICE ALL DAT IN OUB TEA BOOMS. *jl
SEVENTH. AND -NIOLLET
A Great October SaleC of Lace Curtains
ONTHS AGO we acquainted leading curtain manufacturers with our desire to greatly increase our curtain
business this fall. "Place large orders early and we will make prices low" was their suggestion. We
did thisthousands of pairs of lace curtains of splendid quality were bought on very favorable terms. The
result takes the form of this "Sale," which we expect to make an annual feature of our business, and which in
point of intrinsic merit of goods and exceptional values offered is entitled to rank with our great January sales.^
This sale willstarton Wednesday morning. Among its more notable special offerings will be the following^
Lot 3:
Cable Net Curtains In white and
Arabian color, regularly $2.25 pr.,
$1.59
Sale Price
Drapery ana upnoistery Work
Order in our Work Booms. Executed to
Irish Point Curtain Seconds
People who have patronized our previous offerings of "Curtain Seconds"
will appreciate tlie announcement that we have 200 pairs, of "Irish
Point Seconds" to sell at special prices. These are in almost perfect
condition, and are in very pretty patterns, both white and Arabian.
pair for "Sec
onds" of $2.75,
$3.00, $3.50 and
$4.00 Irish Point^urt&irY^
Gray Enamel Ware of Finest QualityIn Our Bright Basement.
Dish Pans
12-quart 14-quart
29c 35
Berlin Kettles with cover,
four sizes
No. 04.27c No. 06.33c
No. 08.39c No. 010.49c
Deep Milk or Pudding
Pans
2-quart 3-quart 4-quart
10c 13c 15c
THE
BEST
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Lot 4:
Regular Price,
Pair
Regular Price,
Pair
$3.50... $5.50... $6.50...
$2.98
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$7.00 Irish Poinf Curtains.
DAYTON DRY GOODS CO. Seventh and Nicollet DAYTON DRY GOODS CO:
2
Underwear Economy
That Underwear is cheapest in the end which is most con
ducive to perfect health.
KNE1PP LINEN MESH UNDERWEAR
helps the skin and pores of the body to exercise their func
tions naturallya close weave underwear smothers them.
Your doctor will tell you this.
QUARANTEEThe maker empowers us to replace without
Question any garment in the natural shade that does not
give satisfactory wear.
CLOTHIERS
HATTERS
FURNISHERS
BARN AB Y'S
Nicollet and Fourth Street, Minneapolis
AV I L.DOUGLAS
If I could take you into my large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you how ^q^
carefully W. Douglas $3.50 shoes are 4&ffr
made,you would then understandwhy they
holdtheirshape, fit better, wear longer,and
are of greater value than any other make.
SHOES, &2JOO A $K7B. Just the same as my
men's S3.BO shoes, the same leathers,
tor$2.00and$1.75.
"Wherever you live, you caiyobtaiu W. E. Douglas shoes. His name and price
infei"
fa stamped on the bottom, wHich protects you against high prices and
shoes. Take no substitute. Sold in W. Li. Douglas exclusive shoe stores in
the principal cities, and by4he best shoe dealers everywhere.
Fast Color Eyeletauaed exclusively. Catalogue mailedfree.W. L. Douglas, Broek&ft, Mass.
W. Douglas $3.50 Slue Store in Minneapolis: 405 Nicollet Ave,
*&Sl
SPECIAL
Arabian Colored Cluny Curtains
with edge regularly $2.25 pair,
$1.65
~Sale Price
Sale Price,
Pair
$5.25 $3.59
$7.00 $5.50
$10.00 $7.25
$16.00 $11.00
$22.00 $15.75
$46.50 $32.50
These are in two aiid three-pair
Sale Price,
Pair
...$2.98
$3.95 $4.75
pair for Sec
onds" of $5.00,
$5.50, $6.00 and
Preserving Kettles at a
special low'price
No. 16.13c No. 18.15c
No. 20.17c No. 22.19c
No. 24 21c No. 26.25o
No. 2 7.29c
Twin Sauce Pans for Gas
Stoves worth $1.25 pair
special, 89c
FOft
MEN
Do you wear W*
Douglas $3*50 shoes?
if not, you should give
thorn a trial, because
they are the best
shoes produced for
the price? this is
roved by my salesm
make and sell moro
men's $3.BO shoes
than any other manu
facturer in the world.
MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE.
Having worn a W. L.
Douglas $5.5Q shoe for
the last four years, I
wish to state I find it
the easiest and most
comfortable shoe I
ever wore."
WM. M. FURLOMG,
Matters Hotel.
That the good care of your eyes de
pends largely upon the care you be
stow upon your glasses. If they are
bent out of shape or III fitting, head
aches and discomfort often result.
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO LOOK
YOUR GLASSES OVER FREE OF
CHARGE.
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Mondays
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French Lingerie
EXHIBIT AND SALE offinehand-made
French Undermuslins on our second Boor this
week. Some of the choicest examples of
French Convent-made lingerie are now being offered
at special prices. Have you seen them? ?&&
Lot 5:
Regular Price,
Pair-
Corded Dentelle Arabian Curtains
Made on good, strong, cable net.
$2.75 $1.95
$3.25 $2.35
$4.00 $2.98
$4.75 $3.1 0
$5.00 $3.65
$6.00, 4.19
Prices Are Less Than These Goods Bring
At Wholesale Today.
Pie Plates
9-inch
7c
DON'T FORGET
'.8
10-inch
8c
Seamless Enameled Wa
ter Palls, worth 75c and
85c special
10-quart
39c
12-quaft
49c
^St^g^u^^^ 60 4 XictUe Avenue I
Inc.
OPTICIAN.
HI
Real Arabian Curtains with edge
and insertion
iff Near Sixth Street South.
.MINNEAPOLIS.
New York, St. Paul, Paris, London.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES I SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
BUSINESS
NIGH SCHOOL
NOW OPEN
Wednesdays Fridays
The Munson Shorthand Institute
Guaranty Loan Building. RJ SMITH, President
Leading Conservatory of tho Northwest. 1906
THE JOHNSO N SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 1
ORATORY AND DRAMATIC ART.
Complete courses in all departmentsFaculty of specialists of highest
standingPiano, Organ, Voice, Violin, Theoryy School of Opera,
Oratory and Dramatic Art. Fall term opens Tuesday, Sept. 4th, 1906.
Catalogues free. GUSTAVUS JOHNSON, Director.
Minneapolis, Minn. 42 and 44 Eighth Street South.
T. O. 1467 TELEPHONES IX. W. M. 2688.
THE LEADING BUSINESS COLLEGE OF TNE NORTHWEST, i
Day and Evening Classes now in session. All our Graduates assisted to
positions. Books and Supplies Free. Be sure to see our handsome iieir
prospectus before deciding on your school. It will be sent free upon re-
quest./^"Write Eugg & Boyce, 305 Central avenue, Minneapolis, Minis.
0$&$<$&&<$$&$>&&<$S&$>$
(J The Minneapolis Journal has a prestige that gets advertising and the kind
of influence that makes advertising in its columns profitable, why? Because
it is a clean, newsy, enterprising paper and can be taken into all homes for
$ every"member of the family to read. The Journal has a circulation of quality
.as well as. quantity.
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$5.1pair,90$9.0yregularl
Sale Price
Brussels Net Lace Curtains
Beautiful patterns in all grades from the least expensive up to the
very finest real hand-made Saxony Brussels Curtains-
Sale Price,
Pair
$6.00 $3.98
$8.00 $5.50
$12.00 $8.75
$18.00 $12.50
$27.00 $21.00
$52.50 $42.50
ots, which we wish to close out.
Regular Price, Sale Price,
Pair Pair
$4.50 $3.45
$6.00 $4.50
$7.00 $4.95
Scotch Net Curtains
Brussels and Irish Point effect. Except
ional values here. You should see them.
Regular Price, Pair. Sale Price, Pair.
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