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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 22, 1901.^ We say it again; there is not a shoe made, that will wear as long, fit so smooth, or keep color and shape so well as Pingree's "GLORIA" for women at $3.50 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS. Nickel Plate 307 Nicollet. NlOftl PLATE if 307 Nlcollet Ay. i Spring Styles J. & M. Shoes ; The World's Finest. • m r5& *SfIQE button, only :jl^ \ Sail \4 Tao Russia, ;\|Hft^.\| Scotch Bal" ; New J. & M. Tan Russia and Black ! French Calf Oxfords, hand A ■■ : welt soles, swell shapes, ■* only IPV I . When you pay 85 for a shoe why i not get the best. Get J. & M's and ; you'l get the BEST. SHUT OFF FROM HAWAII SAN FRANCISCO HOGS THE TRADE: Southern Paclflc Bars Eastern Ship pers by Abolishing; the Reduced Rate. San Francisco, March 22. —According to the Examiner, eastern competition in the trade of Hawaii through San Francisco will be shut off, temporarily at least. For years the Southern Pacific has made a low rail and water rate to Honolulu from cities in the ea...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

JJ_ CITY NEWS ■ Minikalida Club Honored — Thomas ;E. Clarke, general superintendent of the Lack awanna, formerly with the Minneapolis & St. Louis here, has just had built a magnificent, new private car. In honor of the local club • of that name, he has called.it the "Mini kahdi." Work Delayed—Work on the new Chamber of Commerce would probably now be under way but for the late blizzard. It is the intention to start at the earliest possible moment. Meanwhile the contractors are pil of iron beams was unloaded yesterday morn : Ing. . ■-■„■ Dr. Mounter's Lecture— J. K. Hos mer will give his lecture on "The Secret Ills !tory of the Louisiana Purchase" this evening at the Business Women's Club to the club members and their guests. To the. 'members of the Tourist and Travelers clubs was extended a special invitation. Entertained by Kiln—.Members of the legislature and their friends were entertained by Minneapolis Elks, at a stag social, ut the rooms of Lodge 44 Wednesday. An array of ta...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

iHIDAT EVENING. MARCH 22. 1901. ' RSI 'in';^lhk' mSBL -«—^- •BE kB * !nr "' Goqdfellow's The New season Goods From every point of view—style, com pleteness of stock, absolute worthiness of materials and makes, are better than ever before. for Saturday we ask your aifenilon to these. Women's hosiery and Muslin Underwear and Underwear Infants' Wear. W;alD . ""■ ™7•*.■ - Skirts—Fine Cambric, 18-inch ruf- Specials m Union Suits for spring -fig of Linen Lawn> L ace #H a% «?"• , TT • c -. , . and Embroidery Edge and H^^l omen's Union Suits, low neck, no inserting. Special price V«■ sleeve, knee length: or «|?^ Babies' Dresses of fine Nainsook, high neck long sleeve &QC Lace and Embroidery trimmed; ankle length at, each . sizes 6 months to J 3 year 3 A better quality in high neck, long Prices ■■ A £1* a CA sleeve and ankle length, made from at OUC to OuiOU fine combed Egyptian SOC Wi' oV rTij| Sliftft cotton, in sizes up to 8, OQC a°& Dre3ses|^ hP^ Women's Hosiery—Special values...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

8_ , The Plymouth Clothing House. ' \\- ..,":'•[ " .. .i- : -.~ •" Correct Fashionable "Dress Effl TOll B^TF^SBnSr fiWL JII j; ee ShoU> Wmdotvs . roffi tieaa to root. WKm. GH a n nftH n mSm uHvl B W SfIMM . ' '^•_ i"-i' i'»r- »» . from Head to root. P» ™ B 1?H m'mmM Hill nßiJfriHilflLTiiMjiffl.llJm 1 Corner ***"* and JVtcollet. •^J\,*}'tV*" *??V."*?| The newest of the new and the best of the best. The M Newkote," Improved "Raglan," "Kitch gsgHoßMSß ener" "Wilton," and "Chesterfield", Spring Overcoats, $8 to $20. I^^^^^^Y W^^mS-I Now ' you Particular' exacting men, who want the best and know it when you see it, come in.' Itfi^l® The new Spring Overcoat is such a showy, stylish, stunning garment that it will be worn late in the isisw^^^^^ffl season- %it is a 6 that is g°ing to be a stayer It gives to every man style. 1% p^ Spring CLOTHING I '- Carried from Last Season, ©Lt a . 1 Wmw \ Wholesale Sacrifice. § / , - -'^l This sale is in every respect the most complete sacrifice of val...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

frRIDA,¥ EVENING. MAECH 22. 1901. ffICKfeLpLATE 307 Nicollet The Worifs rllw TT VllU J gn : JIIOCS jgjjf y^jtm i _ ....*■;■__ B^^^ [ Made on Honor— with our ; guarantee —latest shapes and i leathers. See our new "King ! Edward" diamond calf, button [ and lace with yellow Scotch 1 edge soles, only ! $3.50 • See our new Patent Vici Dress ! Shoes on the new Royal toe, [ welted soles. Patent vici is the ; best wearing and softest patent i leather made, all sizes and widths 83.50 Chapman's wyS Bth and Nicollei. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY. EggßpSdK sb: .........12c Potatoes St!:. 40c Sweet Potatoes BM?b,2sc Grape Fruit !ffi^! ze: 25c n>aN*A« ft-ncy Redland navels, AP. UialigcS regular 60c size, special ..uD6 Lettuce fancy home grown. ......3c UOIIIIGC per bunch Of ( A . H Proctor & Gamble's. Lenox. tA. OOap 10 bars OIIC Do« 0 Wisconsin sifted Early June, extra: rtflS quallly, spe- in per mi PA clal, per can IOC dozendlaOll A.. H Plaits' celebrated Maine, worth )sc. UOrn special. in., pe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

no A CIS I! 1 0 n S Mothers Should Visit |—, . j " ,( Our New -Ai I"* cIVOT tC '". : Children's Department. 1 d.v 4 O•• •• • TAI LOR-MADE GOWNS, The flood-tide of spring busi- CTDCCT^ncTin/irr ness Is upon üB-wearepre- 1 Kcc IJL-Ub 1 U JVlhb, pared a3 never before—note CARRIAGE COSTUMES, the well beaten pthat leaß ' to our store—mark the crowds. NATTY COATS, ; It proves what we prophesied, RAP I AN ATC that our store would ' become KAULAiN UUAIb, a necessity—women know a CARRIAGE COATS, " wonderful lot more about ___..«.. _ styles than formerly—they LONDON RAIN COATS, look around, and the .result is DRESS SKIRTS, that their; selection is" as jt UKtbb bKIK I b, should be with a suit or gar- WALKIN G SKIRTS, ment, the survival of the fittest We •silk' W! AIQTQ want you to shop around; we . o 1 Llv WAI 1 do ourselves when we are in A\/HITC I A\X/M-AX/A ICTC ' the.market. We do .not fear the, WHITE LAWN WAISTS. , || outcomeo/yourjudgment. flar ** .• : ■-■■-' '>»-.y ' - , '■ „ j,,. v ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, 1901, IE LARGEST CLASS State Agricultural School Sends Out 63 Graduates. THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Salutatory by Elisabeth Blery of Cheney, Valedictory by L,nther Sheldon of Payneaville. The commencement exercises at the State School of Agriculture this afternoon were significant ■ in two particulars—one that the interest shown was greater than ever before, and the other that the class graduated, sixty-three in number, was the largest in the history of the institution. The attendance at the school this year is far greater than ever before, and this, added to the unusual interest on the part of friends from afar, made the audience a large and representative one. Prayer was offered by the Rev. E. S. Pressey, after music by Danz's or chestra, which played throughout the pro gram. MiM Elizabeth Anna Biery of Cheney vas salutatorian of the day. Greetings of welcome were extended to the board of regents, the faculty of the school, the ■students an,l their friend...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

m Great March Shoe Sale Knoblauch Arcade - 239 Nioollet — and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. >, ■ .■■■..-- Men's Enamel Lace, new last, Ladies' Vici Kid Lace, welted welted soles; &Q fiR soles, kid lined, good toes, worth $4. Sale...N*fc»©O worth $3.50; &9 ASk r: — T~Z — TTTTTi T7T- —T sale 1«P Men Box Calf' lace, calf lined, ...... new toes, welted £&dft Oft soles, worth $4..^P—""wO Ladies' Box Calf Lace, welted ■ ' " — '—' soles, good toes, S% CQ Men's Patent Leather, lace, new worth $3.50... .^•■■U*r toe, mat calf . &Q ■■• K_ffc "' • ''■' '■'■ ' ' • ■'■'■■'-" tops, worth $3.so*Pfc»O V • -— —— . ' —' ..V Ladies' Vici Kid Lace, turned Men's Box Calf, lace, calf lined, soles.some welted,^4 QQ new toes; worth & 9 §1R worth $3; sale .. .S> I ■ «fO $4. Sale.. yftip9 !__ ' Men's Vici Kid, lace, welted Ladies' Chrome Kid Lace, on soles, new last; JB A good last, worth &4 42 O worth $3.50. Sale!iP-""Hh«f $2.50; sale, only .M* ■■©*? Men's Box Calf, lace, welt...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

'; FRIDAY EATSNXNG, MARCH 22, 1901, HDLL GOES TO STUDY lowa Congressman Will Visit the Philippine Islands. TAFT COMMISSION'S GOOD WORK It; Is Adaption the Local Govern iut-ui> to the Capabilities of the People. JKmr York Mun Mjamolmt Smrvtom Washington, March 22.— Representative Hull of lowa intends to visit the Philip pines this summer to make a study of con ditions there as a business man and a member of congress. He will sail for Manila soon. The Taft commission hopes to visit all the important islands and towns before the vhange from military to civil government. Governor Taft will then have some per sonal knowledge of conditions in every island and province when he becomes the executive of the archipelago. Adapted to the People. It is said that the commission is follow ing a general plan, but with much latitude lv organizing local governments, adapting it to the capacity of the people for under standing and operating the machinery placed in their hands. It was considered bet...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

v ANOTHER DAY OF LOWER TENDENCY IN WHEAT Good Weather, Weaker Cables and Heavier Receipts Brought Out Bearish Sentiment. MAY SOLD TO 74 1-4 C FOR LOW Some Export Inquiry Developed and the Market Firmed tp To ward* the Close. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 82.—The wheat market followed up yester day's decline with another loss this morn ing. May selling off to 74' 4 c in the early business. Conditions were against the price. The weather was reported more favorable •everywhere, foreign markets were weak, re ceipts at northwstern points close to last year's figures, primary receipts above last year, and Argentine shipments heavier than last week. Corn was easier. Liverpool came %& lower, Paris 15 centimes lower and 25 centimes off on flour. Berlin closed %c lower. Th«re was a scarcity of buying orders. Neither was there much long wheat to come out. The bears took courage from the general air of dullness and began to sell a little wheat. BroomhaJl cabled that the ports on th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

* KID AY EVENING, MARCH 22, 1901. BUSINESS CHANCES WE EXECUTE OPTION ORDERS^FOR grain; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents; send for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. : The Osborn Grain .C 0.,-812 and 814 Phoenix building, Minne apolis. Members Chamber of Commerce. WANTED— A BRIGHT, PUSHING, COMPE teut business man, to handle our townsitee of Jeleni, Crrlew, Smelter City, etc., In a department at these offices; must be adapted to the townsite business. A. M. I. Co,, fourth floor, Anflrus building, city. ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS I WILL SELL hotel furniture apd lease my. hotel in village of 800, on Great Northern railroad. For further particulaxa_addrcss X 913, Journal. WANTKI) A MAN ~THOROUG3u7y~~EXPE^ rieuced in correspondence or mall order busi ness, to tako state agency, with headquarters at these offioes. Compensation in form of commission, but position permanent and in come good. American Mining Investment Co., fourth floor, Andrus building WE CAN MA...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 March 1901

16 if Men's Fancy Hose 9! Hall Price jSkS^^^^^sss^^^a u^sssa*^. I Men's spring 1901 Top coats 11 \f*^ MmW ne liQ-lf of the men who ought, do not know ■/M''''r'^'!' *r'^ -'f - "-Hi » JrmßnMl -"-'-'l^tfffl*^^. '• umy . ■•■■■■-. ■ , ■.- (wil V§i /#j| SE that more hosiery is housed here than in any q^g^SSS^P^B W^j&SB&HB/J fßwf J^Sf^Si J^owi *3r*n^ Overcoats from OUr own and the (p\ \@\ JwjSSJm three combined concerns in the city. Another jjfffe)^j! /MO MT KuErJjK/ lUm/ /& WmJm) J&Wzf/ I Wells hi £h grade Stock, including; imported®] l®rW»Sf oneof thoseunUßUaltradecondkions'includ- {fimjflttfip&M&Bm/A mLdttLJBKJIBLJmBI Jm *\*^/A w& coverts, whip cords and vicunas. In black,©) p| fuflregui^^^ /mBSSSmSI^SP^ HStK^RRR BPB^H| s^l &V Some wi. th silk linin £> some with serge lining,. (g\ J©) ~** tiful combination colorings. All bright, new /fl| "'.(-/V'-:--'-:^^/ \^^^ U j&v r *s Haamo^ tlmaogo t^^ - "^JJMI Some with silk facing to the edge. Have s^x i© ss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNISJ23 PRICE TWO CENTS. ESCAPES THE ASSASSIN Chief Procurator of the Holy- Synod. SHOT AT IN HIS STUDY Serious Alarm in Russia for the Safety of the Czar. REVOLUTION MOVEMENT SPREADS High. Court Otiit-iuls Are Said to Be lit tile Plot—Revolutionist* Have Money. St. Petersburg, March 23.—Privy Coun cillor Pobiedonoszeff, chief procurator of the holy synod, narrowly escaped assas sination early Friday morning. While writing in his study shortly after midnight two bullets shattered a window and passed close to the procurator and buried themselves in the ceiling. Two other shots were fired, but did not enter the room. The procurator was not hurt. The would-be assassin was identified as Lagowski. a provincial official. CZAR IN DANGER High Court Official* Said to Be in the RevolutioniNt Plot. >>!<• York Sttn Special Service St. Petersburg. March 23. —It can no longer be kept hidden that the life of Em peror Nicholas, Czar of 'he Russias, is in great peril. On ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

2 I MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE BOUSE SAYS APR. 15 Thinks That Is About Right Time for Adjournment. THE SENATE REFUSES TO CONCUR Young:'* Resolution Is Tinkered Out of All' Semblance to the Original. The house and senate are , unable to agree on a date for adjournment. The Young resolution did not suit the house either as to date or phraseology, and the combined efforts of Messrs. Jacobson and Roberts evolved a substitute fixing the date at April 15, which was carried, 88 to 16. . ... . Both houses are agreed that it will be Impossible to conclude the -work of the present session by April 5, which Is only 13 days off. The senate is anxious, how ever, to have more than eight days for an extra session, and when the house reso lution came back the senate, on motion of Senator Young, author of the original reso lution, refused to concur. The resolutions will go to a conference committee, and the senate hopes to get the date set earlier, perhaps April 12. The senate will recede, however. If th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

"SAfTTSDi.IT ffli^llNG, MARCH 23, 1901. APPETITES Created and Maintained by Vinol. THAT THE FOOD IS DIGEST ED IS ASLO EQUALLY NECESSARY. - We Recommend Vinol as an Appetite Creator. WE GUARANTEE THAT VINOL WILL AID DIGESTION. Vinol is the greatest aid to digestion that we hare ever known. It is because Vinol acts so beneficially upon the stomach that it accomplishes ■o much good. Vinol contains the active curative principles that are found in cod-liver oil, withont any oil or grease. These medicinal elements act so favorably upon the stomaoh, that this organ obtains for itself the elements necessary for creating new flesh, muscle tissue and for making rich red blood. When the stomach acts easily and naturally, a desire is created for good fcimple food and a good appetite is the sure result. With cod-liver oil as formerly taken the medicinal elements which it con tained were too often unable to counteract the harm that was done by the obnoxious grease that enveloped them. Now that in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

k ~t v , THE HYPNOTIC EYE. How It Fascinates and Controls the Human flind. WEIRD THINGS DONE UNDER ITS MYSTIC SPELL. Can You Look at It Five Minutes Without Being Hypnotized? Bead the Directions Below and Try. If you wish to ascertain how susceptible you are to hypnotic influence, place yourself in an easy sitting position and look steadily and intently at the black •lot (pupil) in the center of the eye above for five ruicutes. While looking at the eye count very slowly to yourself, one, two, three, four and so on to five hun dred. Do not permit your eyes or mind to wander for one moment. At the end of five minutes, if your eyelids feel heavy or tired; if you feel slightly drowsy; if you have a slight tingling sensation in the arms or hands; if you have a peculiar sen sation in the head; or if you feel during the time an inclination to wink the eye lids, you are quite susceptible to hypnotic influence, and you should at once learn the science for your self-protection. The eye of a p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

HATXJBDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1901. ■jtpipip^lp r -£o':' ::^' I''"'""'^^^^-*^ P roblems mz^^^C^ rsx -^T so^vec^ *n theory ,4:' .. Jr by Pattern's free yfcr- .v? j;^ book of* "paint knowl- -m^"" ■V S©^Pi^-^5s3P edge. All paint problems W;. d^s-" "' '' -*1 '"HE I l^*^ N _are solved m practice by «x OTJVSBHII PATTniI'C I Ti r ■ " I IUN 0 1 J:|j J /Cil I* Sun PfOOf 1 a* v. j DAIMTC 1 'p irj WlgJlP J rMIIiJ 0 J >v »I If : ie paints that are guar- b\ /i jl anteed to XtLsX:jive years. m\ //ffilljjlllmi^ They cover much '#^ Will ililU l)V\UUi\\m more surface than^f^ Patton FkiNf NC6^%,bestwhit^ lead~^^^ J 208 Lake St., l' Uf\. \\ wi^^ \ tWICC a^TC^so if a M /YM9T # ff % « FA . I* attfatof faefcter tbas ITAtM OUVE. h 1/ -a SOU? EK3UMUUL V HAIR & SCALP Falling hair and dandruff speed -7* t^l»^k ily overcome; irritated, itching / 0M aD(i eruptive scalps permanent -01&. "^8 *v Cured ; the hair preserved, its 17 "il^ brilliancy, beauty and natural I j^\ «r color fully restored atyour h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

c CITY NEWS Children Go to Owatonna — Agent Arnold, of the Humane Society, went to the state sctiol at Owatonua yesterday with four of the fc.■ugelmier children. Tile baby will remain at betuauy Home until Judge Harvey, or the probate court, decides as to its dispo sition. The Eiitgelmier family was recently evicted from the house they were occupying in North Minneapolis, it is not known where ihe father is. Mrs. Entgelmier is in the city. Mike \Velin I» Meld— The preliminary examination of Mike Weiss upon the charge of assault in the first degree was held before Judge -Dickinson yesterday. George Mul len, the complaining witness, who uad such a narrow escape for his life, told, the story of the assault, which was not denied by Weiss. The defendant, a queer, wizened up little lumberjack,'with a smattering of Eng lish, and a - pained bicycle expression "on his face, was bound over to the grand jury in |3M bonds. . 'v?- f\* „ : ' '' lni<-r»(ut«- TeunU 31eet—An addition al feature f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 23. 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10- HIKIIAFOLIR, Misrsr. ■ Capital....... $300,000.00 Guaranty fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2* "2& Allowed on OI <_°» Deposits. .M^aaSS*. ■- . i Legal Depository O^ £_% °" ... Trust Funds ... MVESTMENTS~ExoetIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. V . tAtITT DEPtNIT Vil'LTI. W_»n la Xi__«apolia Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washi&gtom and Third Itib. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.30 per day; European plan, soc, 7Ba $1 and $1.50, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. m Ens Examined Free Glasses fitted by an Expert Optician. <| Prices the lowest. Satisfaction guaranteed. <, ABELES 243 Nioollet Avenue. J Hotel VICTORIA 27th Street, Broadway and sth Aye., New York European tijj^msjl& Absolutely Plan Fireproof...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

8 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9. 10. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS D. C. Bell Investment company to T Emily Gray, lot 7, block 1, ; Elisha . Morse's addition $150 Emily P. Campbell and husband to George Hamelin and . wife, lot --. - block 23, Slbley addition .............. COO Michael B. Murphy and wife to James B. Green, part lots 1 and 2, block 29, Highland Park addition 1,273 Flora A. Hal© and husband to Frank W. Kuehn, lot 3, block 1, Hedderly- McGregor's addition .................. DSO Andrew Rlnker and -wife to Ary K. Zonne, lota 12 and 13, block 63, Minnetonka Arlington Heights 2,000 Isaiah Dougherty and wife to Jacob Kautb. in section 32, town 118, range ■''.£' 21 450 Erick E. Erickson and wife to David P. Jones, lot 12, block 15, Gale's* second addition 4.000 Jakob Watychowioz and wife to Anton Szozublewski. part lot 10, block 3, Marshall's addiUon . 6CO Myrtle Chase and husband to Mabel L. Swain, lot 2, block 30, Mill com pany's addition 2,500 Grace L. Utter to August H. Muede king, lot ...

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