OCR Interpretation

The Minneapolis journal. [volume] (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1888-1939, November 08, 1906, Image 3

Image and text provided by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045366/1906-11-08/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3

Boss Murphy Is Praised for Re-
sult of ElectionHanded
\l Hearst a Lemon.
Journal Special Service.
New York, Nov. 8.The Tammany
leaders who have supported Charles F.
Murphy thruout the campaign express
the opinion that the election, so far
as Tammany was concerned, was one of
the greatest victories in the history of
the organization. They said that never
before had Tammany won so many
815 Nicollet Av.
on thru to
Fourth Street
Cheerfully Refunded.
Gordon November Stiff Hat
Styles Ready
The leading feature of flat set brim,
with bullet crown and wide band.
Let at
Into a
You cam
terms of
With or without eyelets. Very clever
shapes for young Jtllows.
63 styles College Pennants
from 50c
Frat Pennants to order.
Jp ^Mk^h^i^iLi'^^Mf &&id>
Thursday Evening*,
judges, congressmen and state senators
and assemblymen. The Tammanyites
took the defeat of Hearst cheerfully.
Some of them said that the organiza
tion had handed Hearst a lemon in ex
change for a basket of peaches.
Peter A. Hendrick, Tammany leader
of the thirty-first and one of the suc
cessful candidates for justice of the
supreme court, said:
"Mr. Murphy has shown himself to
be the most astute leader that Tam
many has ever had, and in that state
ment I do not except John Kelly and
Eichard Croker. He has won more for
the organization itselfand Tammany
Hall isonly a co-organizationthan those
men ever won except in a mayoralty
contest. All the district leaders with
whom I have talked today consider that
Mr. Murphy's action at Buffalo has
been justified by the result.
"If he had insisted on the nomina
tion of some other democrat than
Hearst, the party would have been third
in the race and we should have lost
A Galaxy of Overcoat Leaders
Breezy, Snappy, Individualized Typei, Forceful Styles.
Great Sale of Standard Safes
Tomorrow we shall place on sale i5o
Standard Made Safes Herring Hall-
Marvin, Syracuse and Pittsburgat money-
saving prices. We purchased the entire stock
located at 3 08
Second Av. S.
at our own
price, and we
offer you the
largest and fin
est selection of
strictly high
grade Bank,
Store, Office
Special Easy Terms of Payment. and Home
Safes ever shown in the Northwest at prices
like these:$28, $35, $45, $50, $60, $65,
$85, $100, $125, $150, $165 $200, $210
If you need a Safe now, or think you will need one,
Now is your chance.
our right to name half, of the
tors and clerks of election.''
One Immense Overcoat Floor
of garments that support our fundamental principle,
"QUALITY" and add glory to the name of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Princely Faultless Clothes at
$15 $18 $20 $22 $25 $28 $30
$35 $40 $45 and $50
Silk Lined Worsted Over
coats. Dark grays, browns
and blacks. Exaggerated
chest, bottle waist
style $30
Ryton Overcoats. Flare
skirted French models or
box styles in silk topped
wool lined patent bea
ver $20
New Gray Herringbone
Cheviot Overcoats. French
taper waist and huge neck
buttoning auto ulsters..$25
American Kersey Over
coats. Straight back or ta
per waist, 48 and 42 inches
long $15
Fashioned with a touch of elegance and a high de- 9A
gree of tailoring that represents values of $10 higher... P^
Thru and thru fancy wors
ted suits, 200 styles, in all
sizes, exceptional Val
ues $15
Complete Home, Motel and Club harnishors.
''Good old-fashioned honesty and new
fashioned styles in Foot-Sohulze Glove
rubbers. All dealers.
Popular Excursion to New Ulm.
On account of the Grand Turners'
convention at New Ulm, the Minneapo
lis & St. Louis Railroad will run a pop
ular excursion to New Ulm, Sunday,
Nov. 11. The round trip fare will be
only $1.50. Special train will leave
station, Washington and Fourth ave
nues N, at 9 a.m. Sunday, and will ar
rive at New Ulm at 12 noon. Return
ing, leave New Ulm 7 p.m.
For further information see
J. G. Rickel,
424 Nicollet avenue. C. P. & T. A.
Madam, vou may not know that you
can do the finest kind of baking with
Hunt's Perfect Baking Powderbut
you can.
St. Paul:
Seventh and
Orders Filled.
Trench Back Overcoats. Silk
lined patent beavers and
soft worsteds. 48 and 52
inches long. Country-wide
favorites $25
Surtout and Paletot Over
coats. Plain and fancy
worsteds. Silk lined Ches
terfields $45 $40 $35
Yarborough English Great
Coats. Imported cloths.
Swagger athletic fashions.
New gray shades $20
German Beaver Cloth Over
coats. Full silk lined or
silk topped and wool lined.
Bight models $22-50
Definitely Supreme Values
in Suits at $20
"Unfinished Worsteds, Silk Mixed Worsteds,
Shepherd Plaid Worsteds, Basket Weave Worsteds,
Checked Velours, Storm Serges,
Black Thibets, Inlaid Plaids *nd Drab Cheviots.
"Palace Special" Hand fin
ished fancy weave suits.
Imported fabrics individ
ual styles $25
Bosses Will Not Rule New York,
According to Assertions of
Journal Speolal Service, i
New York, Nov. 8.Charles E.
Hughes in his pre-election speeches
made certain definite statements as to
his policy if elected governor. Among
the promises he then made to the peo
ple were these:
"It will be an unbossed administra
tion. I believe in party organization,
in clean, efficient organization. 1
promise all members of the party fair
treatment. No individual or jgroup of
individuals and no private interests,
will be permitted to dictate my policy.
I shall decide and act according to my
conscience and as I believe the public
interest requires. I promise an honest
administration. It will not be neces
sary for anyone to pay 1 cent to de
feat what is called strike legislation.
There will be no excuse for the improp
er expenditure of money upon that
I am not committed to specific
measures. I promise an examination,
careful and impartial of all matters
within scope of my authority and shall
approve."Acceptance speech, Oct. 3.
Promised Reforms.
*'I shall spare no effort to make ef
fective the reforms in the business of
life insurance so essential to policy
holders. I promise the enforcement of
the law, with equal severity and in
equal justice, to all, rich and poor, cor
porations and individuals."Accept
ance speech, Oct. 3.
'.'Now, as I have said before, and I
will repeat it, there is no man in the
state who can honestly question itI
have no pledges I am under no obliga
tions, except to do my duty as I see
it.*?Carnegie hall, Oct. 5.
I understand that since 1895, about
101 labor acts have been enacted. I
stand for the enforcement of these
laws. They must be enforced."Buf
falo, Oct. 10.
(Referring to the superintendent of
the state banking department)"Now
I have heard a great deal and I have
read a great dealI haven't had infor
mation in any official or responsible
wsjybut if I am elected I propose to
have an examination of my own. I
have done something along that line I
think I know how to do it, and if you
know anything about it come and tell
me, and when I find out in a responsi
ble manner, after I have taken the
oath of office, what the facts are, I
shall deal with them justly and fear
lessly. And what I have said in re
gard to that is my attitude in regard
to other matters affecting the depart
ment. So far as I am able to control
it no interest shall get anything that it
is not entitled to, or shall obstruct
anything to which the people are en-
Graft Would Be Punished.
Buffalo, Oct. 10."If I am elected,
and a dollar of $Hl*lic funds is misused
shall endeavor 0 find who is respon
sible for.it and,make him pay the pen-
Ogdensburg, %ct 15."I have
stated that I desired and should make
an examination of matters in the de
partments that I should ascertain
whether there was any wrongdoing and
fix the responsibility for it, no matter
who stood in tlj.e way. When I say
that Ijnean,.it.yi
"W e^ have (a
which is. vesica wijp
powers of jtegHlfttion-J
our great"*t*aiiS$rtatL
shall be
to Mouse'
receive apodal
terms ant
Defective Page
Tmy aim9to
see Jthat.th coi
missiop*. exercises. the powers entrusted
to it by the law and perform the duties
imposed upon it.
I desire to have it understood that
I shall hold heads of departments and
members of commissions strictly ac
countable for the performance of their
duties under the law. "Kingston,
Oct. 25.
I believe in spending every dollar
that is necessaryl to enforce the law.
And the labor laws of this state, if I
am elected governor, will be enforced
to the extent of my ability,Ithaca,
Oct. 25.
Corporations Must Obey Laws.
I mean that there won't be any
measure that will stand any chance of
success in the executive chamber which
is not presented on its merits by fair
means. If I understand that a meas
ure is advanced in a corrupt way or a
tricky way, or ways that will not bear
the light of day, that will be the end
of it so far as I am concerned."Ba
tavia, Oct. 30.
I propose that corporations shall
obey the law, whether they run rail
roads or newspapers."Auburn. Oct.
"If I am elected, I will promise you
no sensations in office. I shall not
have in view the increase of circulation
of newspapers. But I will promise
that your welfare shall be secure. If
I am elected and there is anything that
ou know tha will help your neigh
that the governor can
do to help youI want you to come to
the executive chamber and tell me
about it." Durland's academy.
Nov. 5.
Norwegian Ships. Caught In Storm
Crews in Peril or Lost.
Richibucto, N. B., Nov. 8.The storm
of the last week is still raging in Jthe
Northumberland strait and all efforts
to get to the stranded Norwegian bark
Adeone have failed. There is no sign
of life aboard and the entire crew of
eleven is believed to have been swept
to death by the huge breakers and the
undertow as they attempted to leave
the vessel.
One of two bodies jtossed on the
beach has been identified as that of
Walter Holz, aged 25. The other was
the steward of the bark. His name is
Charlottetown, P. B. I., Nov. 8.An
unknown Norwegian.bark went ashore
last night between Prest. Point and
Black Bush, and has broken in two.
Men on both parts, of the wrecked ves
sel were seen from shore and their
chances of getting off safely seemed
slight this afternoon,
Another Norwegian bark, believed to'
be the Olga* bound for Gampbelltbwn,
N. B., went ashore in the same locality.
Qne man has landed, but he cannot
speak English and it is not known
whether there are others on board the
Crime of Sheridan Causes Remorse and
May Drive Him Insane.
Negaunee, ^Mich., Nov. 8.An un
known man was murdered at North
land, a small place in the south end of
the county, today in a quarrel for a
dollar hat. Michael Sheridan did the
shooting, it is charged, and the mur
dered man was -Ms intimate friend.
Sheridan was brought here and ex-
iresses great remorse over the deed,
is feared he will go insane.
VEBHTXLION, S. D.H. C. Edmunds was sen
tenced to four years In state's prison for killing
Willie J. Williams at Meckling two years ago In
an altercation over wages. He was convicted
of utualftugutcr la ttM lint degree
1,121 in Cash Handed Over to the
^.wiK'ir Wrong Man.
Speolal to The Journal, -j
Milwaukee, Nov. 8.-Thru a mistake
a strange man today secured $1,121
from the National Exchange bank and
disappeared with the money.
AND DESKThis case is of our
own exclusive design. It is made
of solid oak of beautiful golden
finish and highly polished. Very
neat clrvings ornament this
case and It is set with hand
some French bevel mirror of
large and handsome shape. This
combination desk and bookcase
is solidly built from the casters
up. It is covered by our strong
guarantee. We offer this ele
November By igofi.
lected quarter-sawed oak, beautifully
hand carved ornamentations, exactly as
shown in illustration. This sideboard
is made especially for the Hartman
chain of stores and under their own
supervision, which insures a superior ar
ticle. It has a French bevel mirror,
serpentine front, large linen drawer and
lined drawer for silverware. Hart
man's special sale A9 I 1 m*-
igja&i commissio|i
gjpiy importgtyt
^.supervision of
l4 3
Terms, $1.50 Cash, 25c Weekly..
Terms, $1.50 Cash, $1.50 Monthly
jx- .the-brain, x, i.-r
lis I
Is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating1
Malt whiskey Co., Rochester, N* Y
The error was caused partly-'thru an
unusual rush at the noon nourj A clerk
from a large business establishment
proffered a check for
to one of
tellers to be cashed the
teller was counting the money the clerk
left for a moment to speak with a
friend. Meanwhile the-teller completed
his task and handed out the cash. A
youth who meanwhile had taken the
proved Lincoln Hot Blast Heater burns
coal, wood, coke or rubbish, burns its
own gas, the most practical and pow
erful hot blast heater ever sold under
$20. It is made with extra heavy cast
ings extra ornamental base, rim and
top, handsome nickel trim
mings, a marvel at the price.
sisting of bed, spring and mattress. This handsome iron
bed is made for the Hartman, chain of stores only. It is
an excellent design, one of rare beauty and extremely
artistic, made of extra heavy, seamless tubing, and has
massive ornamental chills. It Is fitted with steel side
rails and patent easy rolling casters. They have four
coats of enamel baked on in all colors and combination
of colors. The mattress is a soft, downy mattress, good
quality, and the spring is a substantial woven wire, extra
quality and is well made. We contract for vast
quantities of these beds aad consequently are able to
sell this entire outfit at the extremely I 0 9 E
low price of 9 1 fcifcU
$1.50 Cash, 25o Weekly.
22-24-26 Fifth St. South
Only Medicine tor 30 Years
elasticity to the muscles
The Credit Plan that is Serving
Thtt Greatest Number of
People in Minneapolis Today
always one bestone standard by which the oth
ers measured. In credit giving Hartman's plan rep
resents the highest type of efficiencythe most generous,
the most'helpful and the most desirable Credit Plan in existence
today. Evidence of this may be had in the fact that Hart
man's Credit Plan is serving more families than any other
Credit Plan in the country. We know thiscompetitors know
it. And Hartman's number of customers is growing faster than
that of any other Credit Store. There's a reason and that rea
son is "better service""more helpful service."
clerk's, place accepted the money and
hastened away.
'%p- Grand Tronic Pacific.
A very complete pamphlet with- map
of Canada's New Transcontinental
Railway, can be had on application to
W. J. Gilkerson, T. P. A., Grand Trunk
Railway system, 713 Guaranty build
ingi Minneapolis Minm
Kitchen Cabinet is made of all hardwood
finished 'in the natural maple. Has two
large drawers for flour and meal, work
ward and kneading board. Two large
drawers for utensils. The top Is con
veniently fitted with spice drawers. Has
two large glass doors and a shelf, exactly
as shown in illustration. It is without
doubt the most complete Kitchen Cabinet
sold at anywhere near the price quoted
by us. Price complete, as O 1
shown ^9i
Terms, $1.00 cash, 25c weekly.
CHIFFONIER This beautiful
Chiffonier (exactly like illustra
tion) made of selected quarter
sawed oak, finished in rich gol
den has five roomy drawers. It
is of superior workmanship. Has
neat, hand carved ornamentation,
large French plate mirror, cast
brass trimmings and patent cas
ters. Buying these chiffoniers in
large quantities we are able to
sell them at the exceptionall,
low price
Termi, $1 Cash, $1 Monthly.
without it.
Pure Mali Whisk
richness to the blood.
It makes digestion perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable fdr~over4
worked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens the system, Is a promoter of good health and longevity makes]
the old young and keeps the young strong. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains no ti&el oil and is the only whlskev that has-
been recognized as a medicine. This is a guarantee.
Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct, in sealed bottles only never In bulk. Price $1." Insist* on the^ genuine,^ an#d seel
that the "Old Chemist' trade-mark Is on the label. Beware of refilled bottles and spurioust malt whiskey substitutes offered fo
sale by. unreliable dealers. They.are P^tlye* ^te4^i^^J,f
are ani to
Mr. W. A. Stagg, Brooklyn, N Y.,
aged 73, enjoys good health,
thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, which has been his
medicine for 30 years.
Mr. Stagg hashad Grip many times,
and he says that Duffy's makes a
complete cure every time, pre
venting any bad after effects.
After using Duffy's for 30 years
as prescribed, he would not be
He gratefully writes:
"For thirty years Duffy's Malt Whiskey
has been my one medicine. I have always
used it as prescribed and it has proved a
ivaluable aid, as it has not only cured sev
eral attacks but has prevented any bad
after effects. I cannot speak too highly of
what Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has done
for me, and will always keep it to stimu
late and tone up my system and as a sure
icure for colds and grip. Although 7#
years old, I am hale and hearty, due to
jthe judicious use of Duffy's Malt Whis-^
key. W. A. Stagg, 1063 Pacific st, Brook*
April 3^1906.
stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues, tones ut
-j fteaJt.v.gives
-I brings, into action att thQ Vital forces

xml | txt