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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

14 IT WOULD NOT HOLD Wheat Lost Nearly Two Cents Again. THE BULLS HAD TO LET GO A Wild Roth to Sell, Oat the Close —General Market Quill . . Close Close THB DAY'S RESULT To- YeS; day. trd'y*. May wheat, Minneapolis.76% 78 May wheat, Chicago 77*g 78!4 May wheat, Duluth 71% 71»V4 May wheat, St. Louis 76% 76% May wheat, New Y0rk...82% 83% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 9. —Liverpool cables disappointed holders of ■wheat, but just the same the market made an effort to get awiy from cable influences. May wheat opened b e down at 77% c and ral lied to 78H@7SV*c. Then it broke back to the opening price. The general market was dull. Northwest receipts were 2SO cars at Minneapolis against 572 last year, 11 at Du luth against 23. Wheat and flour cleared •was 568,000 bushels, tern 799,000. Primary "wheat receipts continue larger than last year, (■60,000 bushels against 530,000 a year ago. Liverpool closed % to Id lower. The Brad ■treet decrease was SES.OOO bushels. The close brought a s...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 9, 1901, 1/1 /^¥7/l W/r»/rt/V IS *» CjiTC^C^CZ J'lJ-fti^^ /or other businesses, why not for yours? There is no reason 1 r\ C # I/rTf # I Si Ft %* /S £1 llt If Mil IItIMM €* WhY money s Pent in advertising should not be as advantageous V m •*-»**-'<*-»-*^^ **^ +*- V-*V^V^^* M. M MAM M^ for you. TRY AN AD ON THIS PAGE. WIRELESS LINES WORK SYSTEM IX HAWAIIAN ISLANDS It 1» Probably How In Sufi-eNaful Operation— the . ■ Center. *lmw Yot-k Sun Snmolml Umrvlcm. Honolulu, Jan. 1, via San Francisco, Jan. 9. —"Wireless telegraphy between Honolulu and the islands of the Hawaiian group will be in. practical working order next Thursday. Stations ou the islands have all been established and tests show everything in perfect order. ■ ... . The service will Include all the islands except' Kauai. There are three stations, one at Honolulu, one at Hilo and one on the island of Lanai. Lanai is the con necting station; between the two others. Cable messages can be sent by ca...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 January 1901

Iff II The Standard-, m I Uncle SAms I Monogram ! Whisker I Pure, Palatable. Old* | For Medicinal and General Use. I SoldibyDragrclsts* Dealers and i 'C"^ ' BBSS' I £A!NTMI"» £$£? u:'™"lPoLlft & SONS. BIDS FOR PRINTING Sealed proposals vrill be received at the Office of the County Auditor of Hennepln County, Minnesota, as follows: First —For printing the Financial State ment of Hennepin County for the fiscal year ending Jan. 6th, 1901, commonly known as the Financial statement of 1900. The proposals for printing the Financial Statement shall state a price per column, the number of inches in said column, the width of said column and the size of type proposed to be used; also a separate price for printing and binding and fur uishlng to said Hennepin County 300 copies of said. Financial Statement in Pamphlet form, eight and one-half inches by five and one half inches in size, on quality of paper, style of binding, etc., substantially the same as the Financial Statement for the fisc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. AN EXPONENT OF THE WEST H. V. Jones Announces an Ambitious Plan. HE WILL START A PAPER To Bring Eastern Money and West ern Investments Together. THE FIELD NOT NOW OCCUPIED The Projected Publication Can Do • .Much for Wentern. Commer cial Interests. An announcement of interest in connec tion with the commercial life of Minneapo lis is made to-day. H. V. Jones will retire from The Journal staff and begin the publication in this city of a weekly com mercial paper, to be known as The Com mercial "West. Mr. Jones has been a member of The Journal staff for prac ilcaily sixteen year 3, and for ten years he has acted as its commercial editor. His long observation of commercial inter ests in the west has led him to make the venture here suggested. It is the intention to make The Commer cial West a paper of national reputation as the special representative of western investment interests. The plan of the publication is suggested in an interesting inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

2 ' NEAR TO KIMBERLEY Fear That the Boers May Open Another Siege. INVADERS ARE MOVING SOUTH London Still Anxioua Over De Wet's Possible Movement to the Cape. Mmw rmrk Mun Smmclml Smrvlcm London, Jan. 10. —The latest advices bring ominous reports from Klmberley. The Boer commandos are looting very near the diamond city and there is fear of a siege. London does not conceal its anxiety over the possibility of General DeWefs break- Ing across the Orange river and assum ing command of the Boer invading force. Reports from Burgher sources assert that the great raider will next be heard from In Cape Colony. The advance scouts of the invading army are said to be now only twenty miles north of Picquetberg, indicating \hat their main bodies are steadily work- Ing their way southward. The recruiting for the South African constabulary is porceeding sluggishly. The actual number of recruits dispatched so far from the United Kingdom is 200, but 8(H) more are to start next week, with more than thr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

h - £huksday Evening. January 10, 1901. Two Days More In which to take advantage of our' GREAT DISCOUNT CLOTHING: SALE 25 % Off on our entire remaining stocks of Men's, Boys' and Children's ■: . • Fine Winter Suits, Overcoats, Ulsters. The original price tickets remain unchanged. Make your purchase and the salesman will deduct 25% from the face of ticket. No misrepresentation here. Everything ex-. ; actly as advertised. Underwear Bargains. Men's Fine Derby Ribbed Wool; and Silk fft Fleece Lined Underwear; regular 31.00 iljjr quality. Tomorrow.... %J%f\J Men's Fine Natural Wool Underwear; reg- CA^ ular 75c quality. -Tomorrow Jvv» . Broken lots of Men's 25c and 35c Fancy |£ n Hosiery. Tomorrow, pair ' 131/ Browning, King 4 Co 415, 417. 419 Nicollet Aye. C. J. QUTQBSBLL, Manager. WENT FORTH TO DEATH A.\UR£E HAD A PRESBXTIMEJST Arctic Explorer'! Will Show* That He Appreciated the Dangers of His- Journey. New York, Jan. 10.—A dispatch to the World from Vienna says: Professor Andree's wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN,. MANAGER. \ EDITOR. 1 THE JOURNAL published ;.* every: evening", except Sunday, • at ■ 47-49 Fourth Street South, our mil Building, Minneapolis Minn. c. J. Billaon, Manager Eastern. Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. * SUBSCRIPTION TKH3IS T~~ Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month .......$0.35 One copy, three m0nth5...'............ 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 i One copy, one year........ 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 '£v Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents k* One copy, one m0nth............. 35 cents »j.. Single copy 2 cents , * CHANGES OK" ADDRESS Subscribers" ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. , , i— ■ ' ■ ' ' CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex - plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. , COMPL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANTTAKY 10, 1901. Established 1882. { Th c THymouth I Wearing Apparel Is O\ir Specialty. j Bargain Friday] First Class Values at Ridiculous Prices. !; j" r ~ JlETfo ■ 11. Men's Overcoats in Friezes, Kersey ami Oxford <[ iS^il^^-'^! Gray Cheviots, small lots that sold for ft/V *7 5 !' if-'*&(* To* $15 and $16. '*— ' ***%*&'" ** -' lL_ -^tf^^h^fl Friday Bargain ;.. *^ ]i fimin^r^il^t\ Genuine Irish Frieze Ulsters, lined with diagonal • [ 'J^MTvl^'hliL^ suitings which have sold for $20. : " <£<« /V :-' 'J?*Jl ¥, ' " dwL& 34' 35 and 3G sizes only- 111 5 f^fli' i l'W' lfP^l Friday Bargains *V J» 'Ml/$Jk-h '.pijigj^^ Aue of English Corduroy Pants in brown shades S tL W• V * fli/^W^^r ....which we wish to discontinue. " <C^ Ati \i I.^ki \MfW Have sold at **• *r '! Mia •'• Friday Bargain * \< ■Kliifl Bargains in Boys* Clothing. j; T"\\ 'W ' Boys' and Children's Suits. Broken lots and sizes. j \p Hj'» j Ages 3to 16 years, in blue black and neat, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

5 CITY NEWS Hi* Injuries Fatal—Edward Carleton, who was so seriously iufured by falling down the elevator shaft of the Andrus bulldiug yesterday afternoon, died at the Swedish hospital at 6 o'clock yesterday. A Good Graft—Nicholas Sossong, who was operated upon at the city hospital last week, is reported as doing better than was expected. The physiciauß at the hospital thiuk that the skiu grafted at the time of the operation will serve Sossong's every purpose. The Kern Family Bereaved — Miss Tillie Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Edwiu Kerc. died Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, 1411 E Twenty-second street. The funeral will take place from the Central German M. E. church Friday at 2 p. in. Sew Advance Building Occupied— The Advance Thresher company is moving into its new building at Third street and Seventh avenue S. The Advance people con sider this the finest thresher building iv the country, and with the new facilities provided, expect to largely increase their business...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

Thursday evening, January 10. 1901. > YERXA'S SNAPS FOR TO-MORROW. EGGS—No. 1 Warranted, dozen 1 7c O AT»—lO pounds Best Rolled fsc BUTTER-Good Dairy, in jars, lb 16c PEACHES Evaporated California, lb ... 8c COFFEE-Fine Santos and Rio, per lb Jsc COFFEE-Robal, Java & Mocha blend, lb., 22c COFFEE-Hoffinan House JK\SS&. at, lb 40c PEERLESS MARKET, Pickerel 7c Mountain trout ltd Large perch 8c Fresh herring 4c Smoked Finnan haddies 10c YERXA BROS. & CO., f—. " The Popular Photographer 427 Nkollet, over Ywxm's. 0 THE WEATHER The Prediction*. Minnesota—Partly cloudy and colder to night; Friday fair; variable winds. Wis consin—Partly cloudy and colder to-night; Friday fair; northwest winds becoming va riable. lowa—Generally fair to-night and Friday; colder in eastern and central por tions to-night; variable winds. Xorth Da kota—Generally fair to-night and Friday; warmer in western and central portions; variable winds. South Dakota—Generally fair to-night and Friday, colder ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

8 WHEAT HELD WELL The Break on the Close Was Checked. THE CURB PRICE UP 5-8 CENT Xot Much of Leading: Interest De veloped In Wheat—Com Was S*ea«l>. Closo Close THE DAY'S RESULT To- Yes day, trd'y. May wheat, Minneapolis. 77 76% May wheat, Chicago 77% 77% May wheat, Du1uth......78% 78*4 May wheat, St. L0ui5.... 76 76% May wheat, New Y0rk...82% 82% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 10. —Wheat was quiet at the opening this morn ing and held on a range of %c up to noon. The market showed freedom from long wheat pressure. Thai force was spent in part in the heavy unloading that brought the sharp break Just before the close yesterday. Liver pool came 1 4 d higher and on this May opened 'ac up at 77% c. There was some wheat offered at the opening, small lots principally. May declined to 77c. recovered to 77 Vie and held between these two points. At noon the market was quiet and hesitation was the. rule. Ghtcago reported a trace of improve ment in cash wheat demand, and Liverpool had...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 10, 1901. Advertising is a Good Thing BRIBE THE BISHOP Stranger Offered to Buy the Noted Potter of New York. EVERY MAN HAS HIS PRICE Bishop Potter Say» That Idea Is • Prevalent in Thin Country. Philadelphia, Jan. 10.—Bishop Potter, in 1 his address at the vice crusade meeting ( at the Academy of Music last night, said: There have been In the United States dur ing the last twenty-five years certain ten dencies towards centralization of power. You see it in abominable combination, in honest aggregation of money, which make it possible for some half dozen people in some bank to create in half an hour a convulsion in the markets of the world. . You see it in the com mercial and industrial enterprises which have girdled the world, not alone with their enter prise but ability. You see the organized forces that touch the individual life. They are so great and so rich and so many handed, that for the individual to stand up against them is some thing more than ordin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 January 1901

10 McLaughlin Special Prices! With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our XXXX at 15c per lb. To show the Trust our Coffees can not be kept from the people WE SELL GROCERIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $1.00 9 A ISL Our N IIQ Fir set V lUvb Quality Flour, $1.90 •,'•■".•' : ' .- •'. J' , .- ■ ■ This flour -is $ the celebrated WHITE SATIN, made by the Barber Milling Co. in Minneapolis, and we recommend it as better than Pillsbury's, which lately we have been running as our first quality, but find it difficult to ob tain of the high grade we want. We will sell it in future at the following price: Mil PILLSBURY'S HQ BEST XXXX I Sk& &8 ■ Oui second ■ >B"r quality. Flour, $1.88 *irrh Best (iloss, large J«j_ Jlulwll lump, 3 pounds for... ivy «*f oc- New California, <$- rmilcS per pound...., t2>3 MafrTiac -Best Parlor, ft lliaiCfleS 12 boxes for HO D?r>a Worth Cc, our price, «_ I\IWC per lb :..... &Q P A « c 2-lb. cans, C IcaS percaa....;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRNiUp PRICE TWO CENTS. STAND UPON CHINA'S NECK British Expect Indefinite Oc cupation. EMPRESS THE TROUBLE | Delay Until Spring When Outbreak Will Be Acute. MISTAKE TO LET COURT ESCAPE In Peking the Difficulty Sow Im Over the Kimtttbiiieiit of Boxer I.emtei'K. Mew York Sun BpmcSai Sorvlca Londou, Jan. 11. —Pessimistic views again prevail among London diplomatists con cerning the Chinese tangle. Recent dis patches indicate that the empress dowager has regained control over the emperor and intends to give the powers all the em barrassment possible. The British foreign office expects that the allies will be compelled to "stand upon China's neck" indefinitely, and has in structed General Gaselee to conduct him self accordingly. From the outset the Japanese have an ticipated a prolonged occupation. Weeks ago Baron Hayashi, the Japanese minister to London, predicted that the trouble would languish until spring, when it would reassume an acute form. He still holds the sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

2 from St. Louis next week and he has taken from St. Louis next wek and he has taken steps to amend the Louisiana purchase bill. St. Louis having finally met all the financial conditions imposed. He has had a conference to-day with the leading men 6f both houses regarding the bill and will without question be reported favorably to the senate and then tacked on to the war revenue reduction bill as an amendment. Mr. Tawney has nothing to say regard ing the senatorial outlook. The Minnesota delegation had arranged to have a conference with Secretary Mitch .ovk ;bis afternoon but it was postponed because the secretary had some other mat ters come before him which he could not postpone. It will be held at. an early day. probably next week. This conference is to be held for the purpose of reconciling ;he conflicting views of the secretary and ihe delegation relative to the disposal of Ohlppewa timber. Amendments to the Nelson act, dead and down timber opera tions and the proposed national...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

ifeffiSiT EVENING. JAN UAEY 11. ISOT.^ INorHiwesternMiHes FAMOUS OLD MINE ; Hew Company Will Unwater the Minnesota. |!WO MILLIONS IK DIVIDENDS |»re»ent Owners Will Open m. New Property on the *'C«Ueo*» j*; Amygrdaluld* Special to The Journal. Houghton, Mich., Jau. 11.—The unwater- Ing of the old Minnesota mine was begun this week, when the first drill hole tapped the old workings about 200 feet below the ■water level. The Minnesota was one of the mines that made the Lake Superior copper district famous, and was noted for Its wonderful masses of native copper, a eingle mass weighing upwards of 500 tons having been discovered in the mine in I&>4. The Minnesota was opened nearly flfty years ago and closed in 1870, owing to the lessening copper supplies, the need of new machinery and the poverty of the treasury, which had been exhausted to pay dividends as rapidly as money was secured from the sale of copper taken out of the mine. It was unique among the mines of the lake distric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

* THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, manages. EDITOR. . THE J O I' RX A !• is published •very evening', except Sunday, at " 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billson. Manager Eastern Adver ■ tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87," 88 Tribune building. '*|-KBj3jffi|SßjW CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange , building. .- ' ■ . SUBSCRIPTION TERMS ■! Payable to The Journal Printing; Co. Delivered by Mall. , One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months . 1-00 One copy, six months V. 2.00 ' One copy, one year.................... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week ......V..*..... 8 cents One copy, one month ...'.l*..'.■.'.* 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 arrear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

"FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 11. 1901. DO NOT RELISH IT Alleged Absorption of the Milwau- kee Discussed at Pierre. HILL'S POLICY IS NOT ADMIRED °uee'» Board Apointnteut. Must Be Confirmed to Hold— A Small Lobby. Special, to The Journal. Pierre. S. D., Jan. 11.— absorption of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way by the Great Northern is just begin ning to attract attention here and the com ment heard is uniformly unfavorable. Members who live on the Milwaukee fear that instead of that road having one or two main lines as at present, the main lines will degenerate^ into feeders.: It is Presi dent Hill's boast that the Great Northern carries more freight per train than any other road in the west, but those who live along its lines know how this is accom plished and others fear that the same pol icy will be applied to the newly acquired lines of the Milwaukee. Mr. Hill, It is pointed out, runs his roads purely as reve nue producers. Except on the main lines he pays little or no at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

B CITY NEWS Took Hli "Weather With Him—Post master S. ii. Lovejoy has telegraphed of his safe arrivul m Santu Fe, N. M. He adds, as a foot note, that there are three inches of snow in that city—a decided novelty, of course, to a man from Mtunesota. 11. C. \kele>- 111— H. C. Akeley, presi dent or the Klour City National Bank and a prominent lumberman of the city, has been routined since the first of the year with a mild form of typhoid fever. It is reported that Mr. Akeley is rapidly improving and that speedy recovery is expected. Dr. Cotton \ot a Candidate — Dr. Henry K. Cotton, former city veterinarian, yesterday denied the statement in a morningpaper that he was a candidate for tbo place again. He would not accept the ap pointment, he says, under any circumstances, and has ba. ked Dr. Dutton for the place from the outset. Xew Room* Nearly Ready—The Com mercial Club is not vet comfortably housed in its- new home in the Andrus building. The decorators are not quite through, but o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1901. VERXA Saturday Market Day Prompt Delivery Guaranteed. Telephone, 353. The Greatest Bargain of the Hew Century. Fine Sweet Corn, last summer's growth, full packed, m worth double tha prlca Iff* asked. Par can til* 60e per doz; only 1 doz. to a customer. Carrots peck. ....................... 10c Parsnips, peck 12c Turnips, white and yellow 9c Sweet Potatoes. 10 lbs for "5c Pure Lard, lb SV2C Evaporated Peaches, lb 8c Eggs, warranted, doz 17c Rolled Oats, 10 lbs for 18c Pure Jelly, per glass 10c Dairy Butter, from, lb 16c up Apples, good sound stock, 1 bu box 85c Soda, 1-lb package 314 c Comb Honey mm i3 C Tomatoes, full 3-lb Standard, can 7c Cheese, full cream lie Saver Kraut, quart 5c Oranges. Large fancy Lemons, doz 10c Mexican Oranges, doz 15c Florida Oranges, doz 25c Extra large Xavals, doz 30c Grape Fruit, each s@Bc Peerless Market. We Sell None But the Best Sirloin Steak 12yic Round Steak 10c Fine Rib Roast 10c-12%c Pot Roast 8c Thick Boiling Be...

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