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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1901. YERXA «--__,-_ California Naval i A m ng Uiall&6S Sweet Oranges, box OLi£9 « °-. 150 dozen and up. Rolled Oats »>..... .....1Jc Preserves, very fine, should be 30c, this sale 21c Pure Fruit Jelly, glass .............. 10c Sunny Side Tomato Soup, can 8c Anderson's Soups, can 8c Stewed and Strained Tomatoes 10c W'ashburn's Oats, pkg 8c Flaked peas and beans, pkg , 8c HO Wheat, pkg ; 7 0 CroB» & Blackwell pickles, qt. jar... 48c Potatoes perbua.bushel): 45c Plums «un^n oct«ft5f......;.8c Plums f&RuSiS 0018 lOe CornP^a s sweetn weet. Corn:..sc S£..6oe Corn Wlnneb»«o Corn, «_ SoL.7oc WWin pet can QC Sfc. fUC Da fie Marrowfat Peas. Bat a v la. .|A m I 60S per can ...„ |£C Good Japan Tea, lb 35c Oolong, English Breakfast and Ceylon Teas, all grades. - Miuarda Tea, lb ..' COc Alloerlne Tea, lb 60c C A 11 *» Strictly Fresh—good .large 1« --©5* bright stock, per doz %L% Da*»» Excellent evaporated California £?_ ■ OaiS Pears. (A. great bargain)...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

8 SUCH WORDS WOULD CONVINCE ANY JURY. Plain-Spoken Reasons for Recom mending Paine's Celery Compound. The one really great spring remedy that it in greater, demand, this month than •rer before— remedy that men and women In ever/ station In life believe in —the remedy that naturally far outsells all others because It is the only remedy that cures is Paine'a celery compound! Reports of druggists throughout the country prove Paine's celery compound to ! be the universal spring remedy. The great discriminating public has \ created this tremendous demand. For this marvelous remedy, first pre- j scribed by Dartmouth's famous professor, | has . cured, is curing, and will cure the ! people. Thousands of sufferers, are every ! mouth being won over to its use because i they have witnessed its wonderful cures i among their friends or in their immediate neighborhood. .Robert S. Dartt, like so many others, j began taking Paine's celery compound be- i cause of the recommendation of a friend whom ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1901.V ROMANCEjOF^EKING Miss Mary Conger Pierce Will Wed Lieut. Harold Hammond. OFFICER IN THE NINTH INFANTRY He Was In the First Body of Troops Thai Reached Peking; After the Siege. New York. March —The announce ment is made through advices from Pc- i king, China, that Miss Mary Conger Pierce, niece of Minister E. H. Conger, is is to marry Lieutenant Harold Hammond, of the Ninth infantry. Mr. Hammond's home is in Rushville, 111. He is a grad uate of West Point. Miss Pierce is an or phan and has been a member of the Con ger household" for some years. The young people met "when the Ninth infantry reached Peking as the first body of American troops to come to the relief of that city. The betrothal was an nounced before the departure of Mr. Con ger at a dinner to which nineteen officers of the regiment were invited. AMERICAN ART HONORED ABBEY TO PAIXT THE CORONATION lvluji Ed«»rd'« Choice of the Artist for the Scene at West mliiMter. Kmw York Sun Special Sa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

Id WHEAT FIRM ALL DAY, CLOSING 96c HIGHER Tone of Nervous Hesitation Followed by Strength, and a Close at High Point. PRIMARY RECEIPTS NOT SO HEAVY Improvement Abroad and Some Talk of Bug; and Fly Damage In . the South. ' Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 20kIt - was a day of . nervous hesitation In wheat. The market lacked activity, but was firmer. The opening brought a %c gain in May, at 75*.t@75»-;c, but as was the case on the higher opening yesterday, there was free selling .at the start. Liverpool was un changed early, but showed strength ; at . the fend, closing *4@%d. higher. The firmer tone in Liverpool was attributed to a growing feel ing of nervousness over the aspect of affairs in China, but the fact that the advance was so slight is evidence that the reported proba bilities of a rupture were not taken too seri ously. During , the morning a number of other news items came that favored firmness. The total primary receipts were below.last year, at 581,000 bu against 69...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAECH 20, 1901, GROVER TO THE RESCUE HE GETS AS EDITOR OUT OF JAIL NeW Jersey Man Says He Was Per secuted-Because He : Supported Cleveland. Yaw York Sun Samotml Smrvlcm. New T York, March 20.—Ex-President Cleveland 1' has kept his promise to be friend St. George Kempson, who has been editing his two newspapers in the county jail in New Brunswick, N. J., because ho could not furnish bail. Bonds to the amount of $4,000 have been provided for the editor, who instantly shook the dust of New Jersey from his feet and came to the ABtor House, this city, with his sec ond wife. " •. ■■•* - Mr. Kiempson, who named one of his little boys after Mr. Cleveland, recently made an appeal to the former president, suiting that, his troubles had come upon him solely by reason of the enemies he made in supporting Mr. Cleveland and the cause of the .gold democrats. The result was that James M. Parsons and Charles A. Oliver, warm supporters of Mr. Cleve land, signed Mr. Kempson's bond.....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 March 1901

to WALTHAM WATCHES It is not alone the value of the jewels that makes a first-class watch—it is the brains that have planned its construction. It is mechanical skill and knowledge that have made Waltham Watches the best in the world. 90 The Perfected American Watch ", an ittustrated book of interesting information about watches, tuill be sent free upon request, American Waltham Watch Company, • Waltham, Mass. $3.1? SHOE union I make and sell more men's $3.50 shoes than any other two manufacturers in the world, which proves my 53.50 shoes are superior to other makes. Placed side by side with the high priced shoes It is impossible to see any difference. A trial will convince. Fmst Color Eyelet* I ■If £r J 0 •■d Itudlle fast g/yf * StoA/tA Color Hook, msed g4^CfTV*t/%JOy*>(ZA W. Li. Doug-las, Brockton, Mass., -will . send you a pair by mail for $3.75. Write for new spring catalog. MINNEAPOLIS bfORE: 405 NICOLLET AY. *— >■ ■ HARRISONS WILL "Widow Gets the Proceeds of $125, -000 an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNiffi. PRICE TWO CENTS. DIPLOMACY TAKES HOLD England and Russia Reach an Agreement. WITHDRAW THE TRO' Subsequent Negotiations Over the Disputed Territory. ANNOUNCEMENT IN PARLIAMENT Soldiers Are Still at Tientsin—ln ternal Trouble Over the Incident. London, March 21. —In the house of lords to-day the foreign secretary, Liord Lansdowne, announced that Russia aud Great Britain had agreed to with draw their :roops from the disputed ter ritory at Tientsin and reserve the ques tion of title and proprietary rights for subsequent examination. Lord Lansdowne explained that the dispute concerned an extensive area on the left bank of the Peiho river, which the Russians occupied in the autumn and claimed by right of conquest. Subse quently the government was informed that China and Russia had reached an agree ment placing the area under Russian oc cupation. The area, however, comprised plots belonging to the Northern Chinese railroad and was therefore part of the se curity ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

2 house," ignoring as far as possible this stain on the good name of Minnesota, and this smirch on the record of the re publican legislature of 1901. Great Victory for Friend* of Bill. It was a royal battle waged yesterday, and a glorious victory for J. F. Jacobson, James A. Peterson, W. B. Anderson, D. L. Rlley, Joseph Jackson, and the other champions of the minority report. The house may eventually kill the Jacobson bill, but its members cannot hide behind any subterfuge. They will have to vote squarely and fairly for the death of the bill, and not for any dodge such as refer ence to the tax commission. The minority demonstrated that they had the brains, and completely outgen eraled the friends of reference. In fact, they made them look ridiculous. They argued the case squarely on its merits and put the house on record, then held up the vote by a notice of reconsideration. Then came the demand for proof, and it came from W. B. Anderson, a friend of the bill. Laybouru tried to defi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

THURSDAY EVEISTSTG, MARCH 21, 1901. CONSULT Call All THIS OLD XC£ - /Bras *^S^ vfi« FIRST. 118 A - "tf And you wtU not WC"-O^ haT® t0 look w»y K^^^ fuither to hare your Bl trouble eurtd il^. quick and right, and AH HHf *or * rea- V iS Hr price. ifl I Consultation by wHk JH Bf' letter or in per ■WSsflfi^' ton fret- men of » ' eatet of oiea of a ,i\. '~'a ' . prlrate nature, ... . oared quickly. Minneapolis Private Institute, Opposite Poftoffice. Open eTealngt, too, from 7 to 8 :80. . Medical Book Free, KNOW THYSELF! jjs&sttk Know Thyself Manual, a book for men only, tent Free, postpaid, sealea, to every male reader mentioning this paper; to. for postage. "The Bet' aceTof Life, or SelM >reserT»Uon.'th« Gold nedal Price Treatise, the best Medical Book of this or any age, 870 pp.. with enirraTings and pre scriptions. Elegant Library Edition, full gilt. ONLY SI.OO. paper covers. inferior abridged edition, 25c. Get the best. Address the Veabody Medical Institute. 4 Balflnch Street,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

•i THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGES. . EDITOR. \ THE JOURNAL ii published very evening, except Sunday, at . '-tit Fourth. Street South. Journal ildtna;, Minneapolis, Minn. ". J. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver ting Department. .T; NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune y inkling. •.-•'." ■•' •' ' >■'. .- CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing- Co. : Tyf'. Delivered , by. Mail. One copy, one month... .........$0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months..... 2.00 One copy,- one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 ' Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy ..; 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. (OATI.MKI) All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPL.4I.V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

THURSDAY ETHEKTira. MAKCH 21, 1301. Established 1882. I 9 1 b hR* i m W J Correct Dress from Head to Foot. 1 Bao-gedrY Friday Big Bargains for Men. Men's Fancy Cheviot Suits; single Suits left <£ A IZ(\ from lots which have sold for $10 and $12. m " Bargain Friday -....... . . p About 25 Pants, in both small and large sizes, l£<3 *J C of Worsted, Cheviots and Cassimeres; regular M*l» '•■** $3 and $4 values. . Bargain Friday A ' Clergymen's fine broadcloth frocks I Liverymen's coats, in dark green $ C br°™ « blue,- made 'of T^l^ SIS: 35 and 40 size. Bargain *** *% coachman's cloth; regular 1 1 Fnda ■ -'i I 825 values., Bargain Friday . lv s — \» Boys* Clothing. <> 1^ There's going to be a great ff^lf /-^ }C falling off in Boys' clothing #uK IPnS«I§L\ prices Friday, but no falling off V*JjßL§S^sjC?-S^ ,in quality of goods. rs\ 4&*fiiiJ^-J*isL^ A S leaning house sale is a xS^^^PlslJir^Sl? MM hobby with us > we're riding it M^k^M, m*\r—-uMU arc* thiS season - We rock ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

6 CITY NEWS A Blk Sale—Mrs. G. B. McClure, Mrs. John Coatea and Mrs. C H. Freeman of St. Cloud, aud Mrs. H. C. Holden of Minneap olis, daughters of the late J. E. Hay ward, have sold l.tioo acres ot land in the Meuaba country to the steel syndicate for $luu.*JOo cash. This is out- of the largest cash sales of iron lauds on record in the rauge country. Vaccination Mandatory — The vigor with which the health office is inforcing vac cination, since the scare iv the municipal court a week ago, was exemplified yester day wi»en John Walker, Molrn Kelly and Frank Hobart were arraigned before Judge Dieklusou for a violation of the health ordi nance lv that they refused to submit to vac cination at the Unton Mission yesterday. TUe men were fined $10, but inasmuch as they later expressed a willingness to submit to the needle, thoir tines wore remitted. A .Stabbing- Affray— During a row in a saloon Tuesday afternoon, at 122 Henne pin avenue, George Mullen and Win. BrieM were stabbed several ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, 1901. YIRXA Great Orange Bargains in our Fruit Department this week, either by the box or dozen. Sweet navel Oranges, extra sweet, 10c perdoz. and up; per box, $2.25. Good Lemons, doz 10c f MM We receive every morning direct CkCLS from Minnesota farms fresh eggs. «« They are just as fresh as you could get from your own hens and they are carefully selected, large,» bright and lA _ clean. < Per dozen ..;........ I£C Cocoanuts, each .5c Delicious Dates, lb ...... 5c Figs in 1-lb pkgs, pkg Cc Dative* Excellent evaporated California C rcarS Pears. (A great bargain), 1b.... 96 Prunes (i°od California Prunes, 01* rrliilßS per lb 02V Peaches SSS'RsaS!:^^. 10c Butter pea r lrib'.! n.! ars: 16c \*g\ .. Better at 18c and 20c. Our Mayflower brand Butter took the grand prize at Paris Exposition. Potatoes peTbu(^ bushel): 45c DlllfM» IMb. can. Kockport Gage O*» rlllinS Plums, can..... ....... OC Dliih.. 3-lb, cans Fall Brook, |A A rillinS Gage Plums, can IU6 Corn (r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

H WEAKER TURN IN WHEAT WITH A LOWER CLOSE Dullness Abroad and General Lack of Buying Interest Worked a Slow Decline. SOME MINOR BEARISH NEWS ITEMS Price Current Says Growing- Crop All Rlffht, and 174,000,000 80. In. Farmers' Hands. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 21.—Wheat was a little unsteady at the open- Ing on the indifferent Liverpool market, and some bearish figures as to farmers' supplies put out by the Cincinnati Price Current. All markets opened very .; tame.' Antwerp was higher but aside from this the continental . tone was dull. The shorts covered very free ] ly on th* bulge yesterday, and with nothing in sight this morning to indicate fresh buying there was a quiet early session. Liverpool, opened %d higher but eased off and was quoted only %d higher on second cables. Receipts 'at northwestern points were £77 cars against 708 last year.' While the late government report showed estimated stocks in farmers' hands of 128,000,000 bush els, the Price Current makes it 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

THUKJBDAI ISYJtiiNIiNU, MAIILH L'l, IHUI. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Nellie W. Follansbee to Cora Stella Quigley, north half lot 7, block 8, Gale'a first addition $800 First National bank of Minneapolis to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &. Omaha Railway company, an undivid ed half of blocks 16 and 17, lots 3 4. 5, 6, block 24; lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, block 25. of Bassett, Moore & Case's addition 55,000 Merriman, Barrows Co. to Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha Rail way company, an undivided one-half of blocks 16 and 17; lots 3, 4, 5 6. block 24; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, S, block 25, Bassett, Moore & Case's addition 55,000 Three minor deeds ; 48 Total, six deeds $110,846 Murriajte LJcenaea. Arthur B. Turner and Jennie Johnson ■ Joseph Healy and Dorothy Cecelia Hanson Polk county, Wisconsin. I George C. Johnson of Brown county and Albertina Pauline Lerese Olson Edwiu L. Pruyn and Alberta M. Farrington. James T. Hichman and Amy F. Cantelou William C. Bunnell and Mary P. Walla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 March 1901

10 DEAD OR KIDNAPPED Miss Mary Comstock of Benton Harbor Disappears in Chicago. CLOTHES FOUND ON LAKE FRONT Police Think It Ia Suicide, but Her Father Think* She \Va» Kidnapped. Chicago, March 21, —A woman's mack intosh, a hat, overshoes and a letter signed "May Comstock" and addressed to "Sarah L. Wright," 74 Park avenue, were found on the lake front at Sixty-third street. The police learned from Sarah Wright that Miss Comstock boarded with Miss Freeman, 240 North Union street, where it wus learned that Miss Comstock Was a daughter of John Comstock of Ben ton Harbor, Mich., a wealthy retired gro cer, formerly of Florida and California, and that »he oame here to study music. Miss Comstock left her boarding house Tuestfay afternoon for the American Con servatory of Music, and took her lesson, but when she went away from there at 4 o'clock she left behind her violin and mu sic. A park police said he saw a woman in a black mackintosh walking on the lake front late that afternoon. The p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. TERMS TO THE BOERS Negotiation Details Are Made Public. NO AMNESTY FOR REBELS Crown Colony, Then Representative Government. FRANCHISE FOR THE KAFFIRS Million Pounds to Pay for Goods "e«iulttlttoned by the Republics. London, March 22.—The parliamentary papers giving details of the negotiations between the Boer commander-in-chief, General Botha, and Lord Kitchener, com manding the British forces in South Africa, issued this morning, begin' with a telegram from Sir Alfred' Milner to Joseph Chamberlain, colonial secretary. The dispatch is dated Pretoria, Feb. 22, and states that Mrs. Botha has returned from a meeting with her husband, bring ing a letter in reply to Sir Alfred Mil ner's verbal message offering to meet General Botha as a means of ending the war on the express undertaking that he • would not discuss the question of the in dependence of the Transvaal and the Orange River colony. Mrs. Botha as sured Sir Alfred that the letter was wri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE CONTROL BILL GOES Passes the Senate With the John- son Amendment. THE UNIVERSITY IS AFFECTED Board Will Have Supervisory Pow " era Over its Financial . Affair*. WBM The board of control bill passed the sen ate this morning amid considerable excite ment and after a warm debate and some futile attempts at filibustering the John eon amendment, in a chastened form, how ever, was attached to the law after a short, warm fight and the. bill ..was then passed by the following vote: Yeas — Darker, Miller, Hat/., Myran, Brower, Nixou, Uuckm&D, , Koverud, Fitzpatric-k. Rider, - (jrindelauil, Sehaller, Urue, . Schellbacb, ■ .•- Hnlvorson, Sheehaii, Hawkins,. Shell,. Jepson, Slvright. Johnson. Smith, E. E., Jones, E. J. Smith, J. H., Jones, J. D., Snyder, Knatvold, Somerville, Larson, Swcningaen, Lord, Thompson .McCarthy, Underleak, McGill.aagjß VlesEelman, McGowan. Wilson, McXamee, Young — So the bill passed aud Us title was agreed to. Nays- Baldwin, Dv Toit, Benedic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

frKIDAY EVENING, MAECH 22, 1901. Just to Be in It. IJ ° Vf < £* bo if) IS* j/T ** S'" 7 si Our New Spring Styles. MORE GOLD FOUND Fifty Pounds of Dust From a Name- less Arctic Creek. ALSO FIVE POUNDS OF NUGGETS Remarkable and Sensational Finds j on Wheeler Creek in the Bluestone District. Special to The Journal. Taeoma, Wash., March Meager ac counts of several rich gold discoveries made in the Nome district last winter have been received by Charles Sinclair in a letter dated Nome, Dec. 10, -written by W. A. Abernethy, his mining partner. Sinclair and Abernethy operated in Nome last year. Abernethy, who Sinclair says is absolutely reliable and trustworthy, writes that early in December a miner arrived at Nome with fifty pounds of gold dust which had been taken from a name less creek in the Arctic district, about sixty miles north of Cape York. From the seme camp J. Dunsmuir, another pros pector, came with, a quantity of dust and I five pounds of nuggets. The smallest specimen weig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN. MAN AUK R. KDITOK. T II E J O I It \ A I. in published • very eveuiiiK, except Sunday, ul 47—1}» Fourth Street South, Journal BulldinK, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Uillson, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, S7, SS Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SI BSC&IPTION TKK.MS Payable to The Journal l'rkntiiiK Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months ::.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to -6 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy | cents CHANGES OV ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED • All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers* will please notify the ollice in e...

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