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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 26, 1901. SPORTS ATHLETES AT WORK Getting Ready for the "U" Indoor Meet, April 6. SOME CHANGES IN THE PROGRAM The 'Vanity Indoor Baseball Team Win* From the Cretnea of SI. Paul. Vim and dash are being shown by the university athletes': who are in training for the indoor meet to be held- at the uni versity armory - Saturday, April 6. The track to the• armory has. been in use for a week,, and the work of o the runners-has shown steady Improvement ever since. , By the end of/next; week, therefore, all of the ■contestants are expected to be in the pink of form. \_. ■'■-.'■ '■■''. Some slight. changes have. been made in the program. | For j the " two-mile run has been substituted a 220-yard dash. From th© { university relay , the - regular track team will be excluded, leaving the race to be contested by teams from the other uni versity athletic 1 organizations which con tain'excellent material and will doubtless give an exciting exhibition of relay work. A special ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

ia WHEAT HAD ANOTHER LOSS, MAY SELLING AT 74c The Market Was Narrow and Dull, Turning Weaker at the Close. PRIMARY RECEIPTS HEAVIER May Corn Active—"Weather Favor able and. General Condition* Sliarhtly- Depressing. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 2fi.— Wlieat . was very dull and dragged along over a 340 range up to noon. The opening was %o lower, at 74% c for May. At tha start there -was apparently some effort to force a decline and short lines /were put out. but the market was stubborn: Holders showed confluence and there was little long .wheat offered. May sold to 74y@74^c and at noon was firm at 74%0. Total primary receipts ■were 619,000 bu, against 495.000 bu last year. The northwest had 868 cars, compared , with 4SS . last year. At St. Louis " receipts were 36,000 bu, against 21,000, and Kansas City had 47 cars, against 24. The weather re ports were very favorable. Light enow flur ries are general over Minnesota and the Da kotas, with showers in lowa, Illinois 1 and east...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 26, 1901. MINNESOTA GRAND MEADOW—A case of scarlet fever has been discovered at the home of Rev. A. C. Routzan. FORT RIPLEY—A co-operative creamery has been organized and $1,000 worth of ma chinery purchased. ATWATER—F. A. Anderson has bought the interests of his partner, N. J. Whalen, who retires from the flrm. FARIBAULT—Lauren S. Pease died of apo plexy, aged 74. He wa* one of the oldest residents, having come in 1867 from Ohio. KASSON—George Rhodes daughter, aged 9 months, died of smallpox. Mrs. Rhode has the disease. The family lives at Wasioja. WILLMAR—John W. O'Brien was con victed of assault in the third degre* on O. Freelander, the marshal of Atwater. He was fined $75 and costs. WINONA—B. Mason, who was arrested on the charge of taking papers from th« satchel of O. D. Armstrong, was discharged.—Grace E. Martin was divorced from Charles O. Max tiu on the ground of desertion. DI'LUTH—The $60,000 residence of C. Mar kill caught fire from a crossed wire an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

12 W.LOOUGLAS »3.a S HOE HKSi *&*= made My $3.50 shoes, placed side by side with high priced shoes, are found to be just as good, and it is impossible to see any difference. I make and sell more men's fine shoes, Goodyear Welt (Hand-Sewed Process)than .i anjr other manufacturer in the world. I will pay v $1,000 to any one who can prove that my statement is not true. .-^mpm^v- ..- .;: (Signed) W.L. DOUGLAS. ; Fast Color THE BEST £$ /$v lllik exclusively. Jmii^^mmk. FOR MEN a 'jdiMut.s */r Slices Sent fi^^^gH^ff^class shoe for $3.50. I have . anywhere Ifffjfl If convinced them that the style, for $3 75 fIIiIBTCH Iff fit anc* wear of mv $3.50 shoes • P /Pp^a tl IKJiWi s e<3-x;ia^ *° "tliose tliat cost ttiem ; " Catatog 'HI lilt o^ Minneapolis Store, Miss. 63 DOUGLAS STORES IN AMERICAN CITIES 83 RAILROADJ<UMBLES. S. P. STOCKS Scheme to Retire Preferred at a Clear Profit of 2O Per Share. New York, March 26.—The New York Times says: "The same interests who were responsible some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIi PRICE TWO CENTS. CZAR'S FATE IS SEALED That Is the Bold Boast of the Nihilists. HE CAN TRUST NO ONI Mines in the Secret Chambers of the Royal Mansions. ARRESTS MADE BY THE HUNDRED High and Low Involved—Report that the Russian Minister Will Be Called Prom Paris. Maw York Sun Spec/ml Smrvlom Paris, March 27.—Knowledge of the ni hilists' plots that surround the czar of Russia has aroused interest throughout Europe. Nihilists here, in London and in Berlin say that the seriousness of the situation in Russia is not known through out the rest of the continent. They boast that Nicholas is doomed and they add that he knows it. The secret police are said to be powerless to cope with the plot ters. Since the discovery of the mine under the council chamber at the Tsarkoe-Selo palace, the czar has been afraid to trust his advisors —even M. Pobiedonstzeiff, the procurator of the holy synod, his most in timate friend and confidant. The nihilists look on the discovery of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

2 GOODFELLOW'S safely and salisfaeiion »*« that you are getting reliable, carefully bought goods at absolutely fair prices. These items for Thursday are well worth your knowing about: Cloaks and Suits £S2±£iS ( ts Dress Trimmings, isa^i feta silk lined and in all the new shades. ftAK hi all styles and widths; Gold A Hovers and Gimps to Well worth 835; our price ..........^^t* match. Special—Fancy Gold and Gold and Black Do not fail to see the suits Q4Q ft ~j fl^A gh Gimps, from \4. to I in. wide; have sold from 'A Bf A we are offering at........;. IO auu <9 £IF 50c to 75c. Special for Thursday, "per; yard, ««©C Handsomely trimmed line covert cloth Suits, A> 4 R ... ; " new shades and latest designs, price ■%9 WflltiOlt'e If nil Thursday we will place on In addition to these we show a complete line of very 11UIIIUU d IUIII sale 250* dozen ladies' fine high class tailor-made Gowns, with the &QC Hltfloriaf lisle Vests, in Richelieu, or new drop silk skirt. Price up from . ;.^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EYEOTNG, MARCH 27, 1901. BENEVOLENT DRINKS Earl Grey's Scheme for Municipal Saloons in England. PROCEEDS FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD Churches. School*, Theaters, Hospit als : and the Like—Lady Henry Somerset Disapprove*. ■ fiow York Sun Bamolml Smrvlam London, March 27.—"The Public House Trust Company, Limited," under the di rection of Earl Grey, proposes to lease or purchase existing saloons in the United Kingdom and in their stead establish ••municipal saloons," the object being to discourage the sale of intoxicating drinks. The company expects to return 5 per cent interest on its capital and to de vote its surplus earnings to the construc tion and maintenance of churches, schools, parks, theaters, libraries, hospitals and baths. Lady Henry Somerset, president of the world's W. €. T. U., speaking of the scheme, said: I know Earl Grey to be a most enthusiastic and devoted philanthropist, but if his meth ods are to succeed he ought to have begun them 200 years ago. It is impossibl...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, MANAGES. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL is published •very evening:, except Snnday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South. Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. r. j. itniHun, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. THICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing; Co. 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 Scents 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. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS i Subscribers will please notify the office in every case that their p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

TWEDNESDAY EVEISTLKTCF, MSRCH 27, 1901 ' ..Fancy Taffleta Silk -Ribbons, 4 M^k H VV tf^ 11^ S I 011^ I^VilliC | ■ Muslin Underwear. ■ I JmJma.^ Pure and Fresh. inches wide, special 4^l^ F« i Hji Mll laH I'lF^l Kill XI iiiti" One lot of good Muslin Drawers,' JbUllllffS These Two for Thursday's Thursday, yard ££.2*5 ffil BiHi Wh|. §jg| WM \ WkW I ', & fSl&lto^ && I i3B B& 1 » ii t trimmed with Hamburg** jb *-*»""§*? Special Offerings. . Laces-A worthy offering. K?J ||S B§ ' ' l:<rl iJIwB^ Al&flßfe A «, ■»!"«» aQd tucking,Thursday. 22^B-C Black .French Percalines, ~™sp =!&&&?£ ULwUll O AND ARCADE W^fm^ £££&£ 5 o; | -3HSg% Tidings of Trade for Thursday. sSs#S iplS :»MMMiiiM M ii^BBM M ,,, M M MM^^M ,, MM , M ,,^, MM ,^^^i^. MM .^^ v ' :; . . , :,. ." of cording; Thursday.. «f*O yart i .'..;.. ZOO Nearosr Great March Furniture Sale Millinery Attractions for Thursday Fl!? m u£ a«in^ , Opening day's over. Now for a big sile of these beautiful Flem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

6 CITY NEWS I'appelen tioes to Marqnette— F. \V. Cappelen left last evening for Marquette, Mich., to oversee the work of installing au addition to the water plant of that city. He has been engaged as consulting engineer. lsanti Want* Railroads —The crying need of more railroads Is felt in lsanti coun- ty. August Skogland, one of the well-known merchant* of the county, Is In the city buying his spring stock. He says that lsanti county people would like better railway connection with Minneapolis. Adams Must <>o Back— Governor Van Sant this morning granted the requisition asked by Wisconsin authorities for the return of Harry Adams, now confined iv the Henne pln county jail. Adams is charged with em beizling $30 form the telephone exchange of the \Via:oiisiu Telephone company at Kau kaunu. . Lost A'o Sparklers— E. Kent, the Washington avenue saloon-keeper, while soundly sleeping in bis room at the Bruns wick Hotel,% Sunday night, was robbed of $185 in cash and a gold watch and ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 27, 1901. YERXA Tamalaa* Extra standard, regu- 71 --lUIiiSIOSS tor i2Wc grade, for, can 21 Marshall's Extract Beef... :. 2-oz. can............ £vv Ua*Uli*ll Breakfast Food, cooked or un nGalinaii cooked, full o-ib. •a. Healthall Flour, 10-lb bag...—— 35c ! Yerxa's fancy Graham, bag....... 25c Ordinary good Graham, bag ....... 18c Sweet California Navel Oranges, from doz. up ■...;-........ ........».^......10c - Good-sized; rip© • Lemons, d0z.....—....J0e Good beets, peck ........;....,...,.. 6c Rutabagas .......•.'.■;;.......... .... M. . 6 C Carrots ....*. » MM 10c Parsnips ....10c Cabbage, lb ......?......... ..2c Bananas, dozen, up ...'.. .—...10 c Strictly fresh eggs, dozen .12c Excellent sweet corn, 5c can; dozen..6oc Very fine Winnebago Corn, 6c can; dozen- ..........70c Best Rolled Oats, pound .............1%0 Delicious Dates,' 1 lb sc' Met, California Prunes 3^c Coffee Our Coffee cannot be beaten in America. Finest flavor at very moderate prices. • H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

8 The Plymouth Clothing House. 1 Correct Fashionable Tiress MX - JITsT B JMBB3 "rf JSi^^ oA la fe Mol flw '" " * See Shotu tO indotvs. from Head to Foot. iSiIS^S M gR ■ i^ V» l*il Si B3 Corner Stjeth and Jxlicollet. '*■■' I I Ur Spring Stock of U^olm Ladies Tailor-Made Gowns I^^^Sl/ jif^/fi ls dimply Gorgeous and Charming* < x . 3 The fancy Tailor-made Suit, the Eton Jacket and the dressy Separate Skirt of Si^SS^K gai/\ i 9 today must be works of art to satisfy the highly developed, aesthetic tendencies of the ' p|p|p|ip^^> W*M/3n Present advanced era. "Tailored" expresses their appearance. Neat, dressy —not | vlSii/^^ jijjjjjtkSl severe, not prim. Simple elegance, simple grace, yet very natty and stylish. That"| Bgggß I At $10 —Strictly tailored, .double-breasted Eton Style, .made I ./tipc' Sr»r«r\c< .I s* r*lr «=><« ''"""' 1 ■"«'■■ ».■ ',WWWIWiBW of Broadcloth, jacket-lined, with satin rhadame. skirt with good . 1-rO.aieS spring <J O-CKeiS. „ JVetU shapes. fietV ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 27. 1901, STATE INCOME TAX Plan Advocated by the Industrial Commission's Expert. NET EARNINGS TAX NOT INDORSED General Property Tax, Mr. Clapper ton Reports, la Not Sat- Ufaetorj. Washington, March 27.—The Industrial I commission has made public a report upon the taxation of corporations prepared by its expert agent, George Clapperton. The greater part of It is devoted to a sum- . mary of the tax system of Massachusetts, j Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, I Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana. Michigan, "Wisconsin, Illinois, lowa and Texas. Mr. Glapperton does not indorse the system of levying a fixed rate upon net earning*, which la in vogue in Delaware j and Virginia, finding thai while the sys tem is theoretically satisfactory it "does not meet the varied business develop ments of corporations." He also finds the general property tax j unsatisfactory. 'On this point he says: *" It Is clear that under.this system there are fcumwoiu'forms of "wealth that do not a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

10 1W W i J GUTG&SCU* MOKY4IS-17-29 NICOLLET.AVE " \ No Clothing Fits Like Ours!* A HrarhVa Y~\UR Boys' and Children's flliraCllVc ;.-;; \J Dep't is filled to over- M 145 ~ flowing with attractive novel ilOVeilieS ties in Boys' and Children's • 1? i "Easter" clothing. 11l E/clSieF "Khaki" Suits of Scotch Chev- Q. "i_ £**•• iot and Tweed, a very striking 111 IS lOr New York Novelty in Chil "theßovs" drenswear ! luc ""J 0 • Norfolk Suits in a great variety , of desirable? materials. Sailor Suits in many new Russian Blouse Suits, large and attractive patterns. - and beautiful assortment. We ask special attention to our very complete stock of Boys' Suits, suitable for confirmation. Knee Pant Suits, Knee Pant Suit*, Long Pant Suits, (2 piece) (3 piece) (14 to 18 $3.50 to $8.50 $6.50 t» $9.50 $9 to $15 - WONDERFUL SKIRT SHOWING. Over 1,600 new Skirts just received by —Thursday morning we will make a Skirt Display that has never been ex celled in this country.—To start our Skirt busine...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 27, 1901. Easter Novelties fly' "_r as F J ™ I jt£ls&£b^^ 6 ess Jk "Hi > Jf^ Jf ■ __! dj uj "* ~ *~^&^ ■ ■ ■ Akl THE IRSO RECITAL Any criticism of Camilla Urso at this stage Dt her brilliant career could only be a trite repetition of the many encomiums showered on her from every city in the civilized world where true art is appreciated. Her wonder ful control over the king of instruments, her technical skill, and artistic temperament have brought delight to many thousands, and her place in the galaxy of stars of the present day has long ago been fixed. Being the first of feminine violinists to gain a world-wid? fame, she has aud doubtless w:!l retain a high place until the day when her beloved violin has been laid away in its case for the last time. Last night. 3S on 'previous appearances in this f-Hy, the c rltical took special note of her mechanical work, which is well nigh perfect. Drilled with a European thoroughness in c-very branch of violin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

12 ONLY 3 DAYS MORE GREAT MARCH SHOE SALE Knoblauch's Arcade 230 Nicollet ——-— and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. Men's Enamel Lace, new last, Ladies' Vici Kid Lace, welted welted soles; &O RA soles, kid lined, good toes, worth •U. sale...My^»«Oty worth $3.50; {£*£ AQ Men's Box Calf, lace, calf lined, Sale - :.'. . new toes, welted &&G& QC& T „ , A\. T -l :vi -, soles, worth $4.. Vfci»wO Ladies' Box Calf Lace, welted -— — soles, t:OO(l toes, &4$ £feO Men's Patent Leather, lace.new worth $3.50.... .*Pfc«UP wr toe, mat calf &9 RA ———————— ———— tops, worth $3,SO<P^«OU - m . : . ——■ : Ladies' Vici Kid Lace, turned Men's Box Calf, lace, calf lined, soles.some welted, AQ new toes; worth (A OR worth $3; sale .. .N* ■ "If O $4 Sale ...... 3»^«OO . .■■■•■ Men's Vici Kid, lace, welted Ladies' Chrome Kid Lace, on soles, new last; (£ €% Jfi £% good last, worth d^4} ££ fl| worth $3.50. SaleM* *-■*■■«* $2.50; sale, only .M* ■ "V** M^n's Box Calf, lace, welted ~ sol...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARQH 27, 1901. liqfttpLATE 307 NICOtLET AYE. 50 NEW STYLES SPRING V BOOTS % • •••■UK**** fl $3.00 5 keatner»Fine hoary-welt soles with Kid or Patent Tips. The best made and finest fitting &W AA boots ever sold for. .<pd«vv We Warrant Every Pair. r3 l^rj I I e«M W& fill liß pRTpVE^ERnTiNEI "II ffrT-QT p nil AOPVII *— Jl Ticket office, 418 Nlcollet at.. Phone, aw .Main •*Ex. Suu. Others datiy. Leave | Arrive Badger State Express— / 7:60 10:45 Chl'KO, Milw'kee.Madison f ' am jtin Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm 11:56 am Chicago—Fast Mali ,6:25 pm i»:00 am North-Western Limited—(; 7:30 8:15 Chl'go, Milw'kee,Madison ) put am Wausau.F.duLac.Greenßay C:'J5 pm 9:00 am JDuluth. Superior. Ashland.. 18:10 am;*s:2o pm Twilight Limited- I 4:00 10:30 Duluth. Superior,Ashland f pm pm SuCity, Omaha, Dead wood.. *7:10 am! 8:00 am' Elniore, Alßona, DesMoines j+7:lo am!tß:os pm Ht. James. New Dim, Tracy 9:30 am 1:05 pm Omaha Express— I 9:30 Bxos bu.City.umaha. Kan.Ci...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

H WHEAT FIRM AND STEADY, MAY CLOSING 74& c The Market Shows Confidence and Good Support Follows on Every Down Turn. CORN HAD A SHARP ADVANCE Cash. Market Steady—Some low Grade Wheat Going to ' Kansas City. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 27.—Wheat -was firmer this morning and held on'a fractionally higher range up to noon. Extreme dullness marked the. early trading in all markets. In the local pit there was a little shifting over to July and not much aside from this. Chicago tried to work up stronger sentiment on the steady foreign tone and lighter northwestern ; receipts, but the market was unresponsive. The cables brought Hd advance in Liverpool and closed Paris unchanged on wheat and 16@20 centimes off on flour. At the close Liverpool was h*.& higher. Everything bo far this week has been favorable to the growing crop. A few reports of the Hessian fly have been received, and there Is said to be some damage already In northern Texas from bugs, but on the whole there ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 27, 1901, WANT. ADS ON PAGES IS, 16. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Peter J. ' Sheid and wife to Chicago. : St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Rail way company, lot 9, block 24, Bassett, Moore & Case's addition $ 000 Oscar F. Strobeck to Hilmar Olson, lot 5, block 5, West Minneapolis 2,200 Everett E. Wilde to Francis E. Wilde, part lots 5 and 6, Fairview, and an undivided Vi of Pond & Shatter's ad dition, except lot, 3 .4,450 Ends- S. Alexander to James B. Alex ander, block I, Alexander's addition; also an undivided of lot 10, Ex ■ position subdivision .."............ 500 Minnesota Debenture company to Chris- --»>* tina Berquist, part lots 13 and 14, block 3, Morrison & Lovejoy's addi- ' tion • 300 Ziua L. Card and wife to Mathilda E. Estling lot 3. block 5, Atwaters Sec ond addition ......'."...... .. »; 1030 John S. Pilsbury and wife to George \V. Wagner, part lot 30, Auditor's subdivision 28 '„ 890 ■William Ray and wife to Frank P. Keniston, in sectio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 March 1901

frff WANT ADS ON PAGES 15, 16. 50 JREAL ESTATE—EXCHANGE 4*§><§><§><g><§><§><s><s><3><§K§><^^ 4 r. -.. ■::,■ <.»■;?; A "£> T. J. JANNEY. . <§> <•> 103 Phoenix Building. , <*> <§> . ' . . <$> <•> . • For Exchange—A good $4,500 HOTEL <§> <$> PROPERTY AT LAKE MINNETON- <§> <$> KA; ; nine acres of land with some <•> <$> shorage; 20-roora house, good barn. <£> \j> - Icehouse, drove well, etc.; this Is a, <•> <§> money-making place, well located and <§> <§> patronized. ; We will take part in ex- <§> .<§> change in good low-priced farm land; <§> <♦> in Minnesota. . <£> 51 SITUATIONS WANTED MALE WANTED— POSITION IN DRUG STORE BY. young man; about year's experience; not registered; understands soda fountain thor oughly and " prescriptions partly. N 922, Journal. • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ . ■.. ■ ACCOUNTANT, F...

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