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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. i C. j. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS j Payable to The Journal Printing Co. | Delivered by Mail. ! One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months.... 100 One copy, six m0nth5....... 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. 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 office In every ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, iiPEIli 2, 1901. —~————~- — ■ _ ___y__T_kßi I _ H^_P__^ _____ "_k\______ ____r r_ is H* _M_v_Si)___ _____ ______ y _^ ' f?".': ! »■'','rvlaa _______r_fMi^B ___ 7_______l IB Hr jbSb___"'*«'_ _______ ■■■1 a mma aWjAtABS, ' ___________ Hfe__9 9_ E&JI _X j J . tfd-Amar'^ __Jf_Sf__l K__ _____■____. __ft ''__K_______T __ '• j.'' _■ . ft_*___>X___l ~ ~ _______ ___? "_____^-»__ __H ' __r>*#__yP^______ifT^__f___■_! JS?TT ___M______^SBJ ?S_ FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS v NASTURTIUMS All High*Gradc Flo _v*^r,^^^y '. GO to— : ——— — . ; —'_-r:; -'--yy-f.y ,;"; . Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed gg^. % Sweet Peas 1 Quart 20c "*? Best Mixed; oz , I Oct % lb.,^2Sci QA r 2 quarts 35c \ *• lb. ................,-..:.... VUC 1 peck SOc <%, Fine Mixed, oz., Bcj X lb., 20ci fAr 1 bushel 53.00 "*§* llb ......,.V..... WJV *%< Good Mixed, oz., «C| -% lb., 1 Set Afe White Clover -_25c Ijigturtlums"'-- "-' "'"': Excelsior Lawn Dressi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

w CITY NEWS I* W Stamp Sales—The stamp sales ! Of the local Internal revenue office for March were 61.663.68. as against $51.2.0... for March a year ago. A large; Increase is shown over the sales tor . February, r 1901, which were f43,703.94. * <_- Death ©_ Rudolf Rndd— Rudd, the 9-year-old son of Christian Budd, 2021 Minnehaha avenue, died Sunday afternoon. The funaral took place to-day at - p. m. from Our Savior's Lutheran church. Seventh street and Fourteenth avenue S. New Minneapolis Company — The Northwestern Bakers' Supply company of Minneapolis filed articles of Incorporation yes terday with secretary of state. The company Is formed for the manufacture and sale of confectioners' and bakers' tools and supplies, •nd is capitalized at f35,000. The lncoropra tors are F. A. Watson. C. J. Watson and XV. B. Hathaway. ' » ■ Cycle Tags Go Slowly—City Clerk lydiard began the work of issuing bicycle tags yesterday. There was no such rush as marked the ' beginning of last season. Ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2.-1901. 111 ' —-*—— ' " ; ■ - - • > ■ - ■--. VERXA Cash, buying and selling only for cash, makes, the following prices possible: Unions IS. C""°T:. 10. Oranges K&^_».. 0C up Sweet California Seedling Oranges, box .............. $2.00 Fresh Cocoanuts, each ............... 5c Bananas ffi ect. ripe: IOc 1* Delicious, ripe Pineapples, fresh ripe Straw berries received dally. 'IBM T-h__t_4___ Extra standard, regu- "11* I WillSo63 lar I2_c grade, for, can 120 Corn. Very fine Winnebago Corn, 6c, can; dozen ......I 70c Preserved Pears, quart jars, each..;. 15c One-half gallon jars, each 25c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per 1b... 7c Fancy Prunes in 5-lb cans, each..... 60c Beef, Wine and Iron, b0tt1e.......... 33c American Pickles, bottle ............ 8c Antonini Olive Oil, small b0tt1e...... - t 29c Most delicious and delicate flavor. Italian oil. Best Saver Kraut, in your jar, gal.. 10c We cannot supply a pail at this price. . Hominy; best quality, fine or coars...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

B |L A\ \^mmmmmmm\a\Wa\ _____________''' I ""'j'l iTHSg w&^ r jy The Cigar _f __._._ __!:.___./ _* H 1 * _____ la _■■ ft- v _____ «T I*l y__ ■ ktf^ _a __f^_l_ - H_KH_ _____ • _W_l ■ that Brings | I Havana Home! a_^ -. to\bu ■ jg T" _______■_■___£__ "'Ml' inn. ,l||.;j I wlli'Li-j Smoke it at your own fireside - hlJL.^' ""^ •" v,^. - , '"-'1 "' Smoke it at your owu fireside j' Hi^ ''*""U[' ■" S"___l_EßlTOr|i^' JsaiiL tL lYibKi ru _za dilllllllWl C _ : : —JjJe_C _j[ll___ll fftV >\? t •y - _±^m^ o Cent Cigar \ ■ JIII Made from leaf from the famous plantations of Cuba. ._. \ im-i ~::^r! Tell your dealer nothing else will answer. \ BOLTZ, CLYMER & CO., Philadelphia COX & HARRIS, Distributors, Minneapolis, Minu. ■_»___________________■__ IpRTHJWESTERN lINE I 'I) C. ST. ¥>. M. aO. y!______ Ticket office. 413 Nicollet At.. Phone. 2-0 .Maui ♦Ex. Sun. Others dally. i Leave I Arrive . Badger State Express— ) ' 7:50 | 10:45 Chl'go, Miiwkee.Madison J" I am '- j.pm - Chicago—Atla...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING; APKIL 2, 1901. RHEUMATISM . My RHEUnATISn CURE is Just as certain to cure rheumatism as water is to quench thirst. No matter what part of the body the. pain may be in or whether it is acute or chronic. nUNYON'S RHEUnATISn CURE will drive it out in a few hours, and fully cure in a few days.—HUN YON. Munyon''. Dyspepsia Cure will cure any case of indigestion or stomach trouble. - Ninety per cent, of kidney complaints, including the earliest stages of Bright's Disease, can be cured with Munyon's Kidney Cure. Munyon sCatarrh Cure will cure catarrhof the head, throat and stomach, no matter of how long standing. Nervous affections anddiseases of '.he htartarecon trolled and cured by Munvon'sNerve andHeartCure. Munyon'sColdCure will btealc up any form of cold. Munyon's Vitalizer restores lost powers to weak men. Price $:. - The Guide to Health (free) tells about diseases and their cure. Get it at any drug store. The Cures are all on sale there, mostly at 25 cents a vial. M...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

IXf SHARP BREAK IN WHEAT, MAY SELLING TO 72 I/Sc Another Decline at Liverpool, With Bearish Aggressiveness, Forced ,' Out Some Long Wheat. JHICAGO BOARD HAD NO SESSION 'rad.treet Show* Increatte Against Decrease Last Year-News of an Active Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April The bears made a savage assault.. on wheat this morning and succeeded in break ing May to 72% c. All through the weakness of yesterday there was evidence of an un derlying feeling of confidence on the part of holders, and while the price was hammered down by short selling, there was not much long wheat dislodged. The bear crowd have been trying to force the market to a point where weak holders would have to let go, and this morning they succeeded in part. May opened at 73%@73%c, sold at 73% c, fell back to 73% c and held at this figure until the end of the flrst hour. Here there was wheat offered and the market broke %c in a twinkling. The early cables brought %d decline in Liverpool, which, following on...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APKIL 2, 1901, S. D. CODE COMMISSION Gov. ;Herreld- to Appoint ;Tlii»* Week ..hi.'*-'' ■'■:? —Many Candidates. ' Pierre, S. D., April .2.—Governor Her reid is expected to-arrive here Thursday, "when appointments .for. code commission ers are. likely to be made. • E. T. Taub man, R. B. Fisk, H. A. Orvis, H. G. Til ton, C. E. Deland, S. E. "Wilson, Ed Grantham, W. S. Glass and R. H. Warren are candidates,, . REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS George G. Davis- (assignee) and George D. Davis and wife to Nels Clausen, ,«4ot-16, block 9, Forest *Heights $1,000 Joseph Robitshek and wife to Cyrus - N. -Dorsey, lot li. block 1, Perkins' • addition. <...;.,•......... „:....:......'...?, j 225 | Annie "' Lacker and husband to George l". ', ' • I). Dayton, block 1, lots "to *16 and .09..b10ck 2; lots 1. 2, 3,, 4, 6, 11, 12, ■- y;~ M, 15, 16, 17. 18., 19, 20 and <Z\,^■•*.' block 3. New Wayzata; also in sec ; " tion 5, town 117, range 22 3 700 James O'Reilly- to Church, "of St. ■ • Clem...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

_; Spring Tired? igfijrgg* -4re y©« Weary ami Rim Down ? fit?:?E_tli9 Nearir everyone is nowadays. And it ls perfectly; r_lt__S_!!__3. natural that you should he; for winter, while appar- KO l__l_^____ fatly bracing, is ail the,tine • sapping your strfnatth. ' II Bl_**ilP__ It leaves everyone ln spring in a fagged out condition. FUSEL _l__s3f_____ l YAWNING, physically and mentally, best describes ______ IV&F It. This is espeoiatty true If you have had the GRIP OIL. __!<_____ °* other Illness so common to the winter months. To _____ EMWBL carry you through the spring period of changeable 6^|<^_»K_^d weather to summer when you can again gather _fll^ I__E strength and lay up energy for next winter, you need __il__^s^__ s_i__r__v9_! ___io_r SJUrlf ia rUStt /M.lM^mm[m\ MM T IMIIICIfEV «fflPftlllß ■*"'"■■ WnI&KLY ■ ___>__?_______|_____lßiiß 'thousands of written endorsements from _ _I___F__^_J_ffi_«!»__^ Fateful patients who hare been belaed_by _-_r___S_-___H _B________-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURIiSi PRICE TWO CENTS, THE VARSITY MM ESCAPE " " *' - • .*■ Won't Be Under Board of Control UNLESS GOV. SAYS SO Defect in Title Leaves Out Educa- tional Institutions. IT'S TOO LATE FOR A NEW BILL Except by Request of the Governor V —The Trio Named "Will ■ . Accept. It now appears that the board of con trol bill will go into effect in almost the shape originally recommended by the gov ernor. All authorities agree that the omission of the word "educational" from the title invalidates that part of the bill referring to the state university and the normal schools. Attorney General Doug las said this morning that according to repeated rulings of the supreme court of this state the title of the bill must con stitute an index of its contents! Had the title simply applied the provisions of the bill to "state institutions." it would have been valid. But it purported to enumerate the different kinds of ' institutions, and specifies ."charitable, penal and correc tional." Un...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE MANY LAID AWAY The House Committees Kill and Spare Not. ' » s SANATORIUM BILL AMONG LOST "\\ omen Interested in the Big Park Will Be Heard—Flower* lor Member-. The slaughter of bills continued in the house this morning. Not even blood on the doorpost saved some of the -born, for the number of indefinite postpone ments was unusually large, and, more over, the committees played no favorites. Among the bills that will never become laws were: 11. F. C62—To promote the study of rural life in rural schools. 11. K. Cs7—Authorizing the superintendent of ; public instruction to appoint two Inspectors . for semigraded and rural schools receiving * state aid. .H. F. £28—Amending chapter 302, general laws of 1899, relating to public schools. 11. F. 621— the publication of a work to be called "Men of Minnesota." " 11. F. 570—Appropriating money for drain age in -Kandiyohi county. y"-- H. F. 259—Regulating the salary of the adjutant general and his assistant. H. F. 53S—Rel...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1901. Thirteen Doctors Failed. ___-____________-_—»——-■—- 9 Mrs. M. A, Close, of Nebraska, Was Cured of Incipient Consumption After All Medi cal Aid Had Failed-Read Her Letter. — " -_* ""..... " ~-.' —•*»" MRS. M. A. CLOSE. Kearney, ISeb., July 8, 1900. Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: Dear Doctor —"/ desire to express to you my sincere thanks for the interest ymu have shown in my case, and for the timely aid and advice which has effected a cure of as bad a case of consump tion as could be well imagined. BHB Per una and Maaalin have done what thir teen of the best physicians in the country have FOUND failed to do. For more than three years I doc tored for consumption, and spent thirteen weeks HERSELF in a Pulmonary Sanitarium st Milwaukee, Wis.; PDnWINr but mdia £ myself growing worse, as a last re- U nil I nil sort, I cams West, where 1 was bedfast for many ■______- weeks, and the physicians which my husband Iff _. called gave no hope but said, 'She ca...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

_ IHE JOURNAL 1 XUCIAN SWIFT, I J.S.MCLAIN. MANAGER. "EDITOR, y v-T HE J OUR AX- ia published every evening;, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis. Minn. ' . C.. J. Blllaon, Manager Foreign .Adver tising Department. ! NEW YORK OFFICE—B6,^B7; 88 Tribune '. building. ■•';';■ •;.-•. V'y'yt.:.' '-'•>.' ,".' CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, . 308 Stock Ex change, building. .' ,A^?, ,: > SUBSCRIPTIOX': TERMS; Payable to Journal Printing: Co. '■■:- r^... Delivered by, Mail. „... 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 ......"...."_'. 8 cents One copy,- one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAXGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of < their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. '. .COXTIXUED i All pap...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL' 3, 1901. NICf_LpLATE 307 NICOLLET AYE. Easter Shoes, Smart Styles for dressy men $3 50 ■ - •". " "": L>W New Enamels, /M\ ■ Box Calf, patent \ Velours an d /If Vicis in Shoes / j\j\ ■ and Oxfords, a *S_^PP handsome styles 1 S§\ $3.50 ; -I \2%s\ aVOeOli Hi |«_S^A See our new "U m\jSß ° M " Box Calf (11 1-^_m__l brown stitched/ VI _^'Vsf__l Bluchers, on the VljP_l_Sa^ new "Korrecto," I|P $3.50 I In the Schlitz brew- V cry cleanliness is car- I *1 ried to extremes. We £g do more than is neces- |mj sary to be certain of Ljyj doing enough. . pel The caldrons in WM which the beer is rffiE brewed are kept scru- LL pulously clean and KcJ covered. The air in j|g? vvhich the beer is W\m cooled is filtered. hmm\ The barrels in which .'' K|l it is stored are cleaned Hn with steam and soda, Wut then glazed with rosin ILLi on the inside, then WSJ cleaned again. The M bottles are cleaned W\9 kf/S w'f^utmost precaution. frjTj pail Still we filter the beer, §j|Bl ffisn t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL v 3, 1901. NICKfeIpLATE 307 NICOLLET AYE. Easter Shoes, Smart Styles for dressy men $3.50 „ ■■=■ j-*?.y hMi New Enamels, a VI Box Calf, patent V; 1; Velours an d | J \ fj Vicis in Shoes J NT and Oxfords, I _■ ?^^_iv > handsome styles i i m $3.50 j yg l*Sr\\ fVi9U .; iWi ]%St%\ See our new "U \ IE \/*_* of M " Box Calf-' (§! >^~*^^ brown stitched, ! \ » _^=^"''"^. Bluchers, on the ' VV^^kS^ new "Korrecto," \%___§__f $3.50 I In the Schlitz brew- m jy cry cleanliness is car- WB ried to extremes. We Egg do more than is neces- '■. (Fp sary to be certain of Cy doing enough. j$P The caldrons in ||| which the beer is W\W brewed are kept scru- 'JL* pulously clean and K5 covered. The air in .' mil which the beer is 171 cooled is filtered. mmmi The barrels in which i^g it is stored are cleaned few with' steam and soda, l|j/S then glazed with rosin Ljm| on the inside, then '.Bra cleaned again. The M bottles are cleaned gj| /IS w^h utmost precaution. Tjlj Pll . Sti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

M (5 CITY NEWS A Camera Club Event—Prof. Gustave A.Goe'hmer address.3 the Camera Club this evening on "Scientific "Lighting, Atmosphere 'and Landscape Composition.", - ;i Building Permits — Building permits were issued yesterday for a total of $71,000.". • Chief on the list was a permit for the erec tion of the Beery flats, at Fourteenth and • Stevens.avenue, cost $60,000. .1 Grand Commander)-—The grand com- • mandery Minnesota Knights Templar meets ■in this city April 23 and 24. Grand. Com mander Harrison has designated Hotel Nicol let as the official headquarters. jgwgSMg*r~~ . j^*Mftfißs Minneapolis Farmers — Henry F. Brown, Sush H. Brown and Ralph W. Leach are the Incorporators of Browndale form," "Minneapolis, of which articles were filed yes terday. The capital stock is $50,000. • Would Help the Fair—The public af fairs committee of .the Commercial Club at a meeting Monday evening passed a resolution indorsing the proposed tax levy for the benefit of the state* fair. The Burli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. 1901. VERXA - Oranges >; One car load of sweet Navel Califor nia Oranges, all sizes, box $2.25 From 10c doz up. Fancy Lemons, doz .....'...',;...*..... 10c Bananas '^,^...;.'Z10c up Delicious, ripe Pineapples, fresh ripe Straw berries received dally. Ta_i«.a_o Extra standard, regu- "11- I OrnalOeS lar i2>ic grade, for. can 120 Corn. Very fine Winnebago Corn, 6c can; dozen 70c Preserved Pears, quart jars, each 15c One-half gallon jars, each ...:.;...., 25. Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per 1b... Tc Fancy Prunes in 5-lb cans, each 60c Beef, Wine and Iron, bottle 33c American Pickles, bottle.... ..... Sc Antonini Olive Oil, small bottle 29c Best Saver Kraut, in your jar, gal.. 10c Hominy; best quality, fine or coarse, 5 lbs for 10c Lamp Chimney, No. 2, Aurora, each.. 4c _.__!__ _ll Breakfast Food, cooked or un ilCailOall cooked, full Mb. 9fl_ Healthall Flour, 10-lb bag.. 30c Yerxa's fancy Graham, bag 25c Ordinary good Graham, bag.........'„18c Good beets, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

8 Modem Preachers. ARE THEY TO BE TRUSTED AND BELIEVED? The only value of the question in the headline is to bring home the fact that of all classes of testimony, that offered by the clergy would be most promptly accepted without doubt or cavil. The clergy stand for truth and right, and thousands follow them living up to the BiißfiW tame precepts of rectitude. These fol lowers are no whit less truthful than their leaders. Yet because the preacher is a leader it is natural to give weight to his statements.. His very position and responsibility to his people and the world at ; large not only forbid the thought of untruth in him, but lend emphasis to any voluntary declaration of fact which he may make. If a pastor say. to one of his congre- Stion who is coughing, "I cured a very d cough once by the use of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery," he ' could offer no stronger endorsement as to the value of that well-known medi cine as a cure for coughs; and if such a pastor makes for the t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

; ! WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1901. STILL VOTING IN N.I. Supreme Justice audi County Judges Elected in Wisconsin. MANY TOWNS GO 5 DEMOCRATIC Majors of That - Faith for Mankato and Faribault Gen > erally Win*. Milwaukee, April 3.County elections were held throughout the state yesterday, and nearly all the cities and towns elected tickets. As a rule, party, lines were eliminated. Joshua Erick ' Dodge was elected to the supreme bench without op position. Four nonpartisan judges were elected In Milwaukee county. Milwaukee returns Indicate the elec tion of the following ticket: Circuit judge, L. W. Halsey; county judge, P. D. Car penter; municipal judge, A. C. Neelen; municipal;court clerk, E. E. Woller. Madison—"W. G. ' Zimmerman (rep.) was elected county judge by about 800 ma jority, and Professor Storm Bull, a nephew <.>:" Ole Bull (dem.), was elected mayor. Cumberland—The entire republican city ticket was elected. Mayor, Sidney H. Water man; treasurer, Fred W. Miller; asse...

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

_- NICKELPLATE 307 NICOLLET AVENUE. BOYS' and GIRLS' EASTER SHOES SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS WEEK= BOYS' SHOES | URLS' SHOES Never Rip Boys' Seal Calf Shoes, cut. Misses" -Kid Lace Shoes, the .Rilma" out of one piece of seal calf and stylish new toe and kid tip, double can't rip; absolutely solid leather; soles; sizes 11 to 2; regular 81.35 and won't wear out; sizes 13 to s}£; , value; special gfa. aB mM *%% Never sold less tftfc *& ____ ____. price for this ____ 11 H _____ than $1.50; our JH | 4 a m 3 Week '•■• ■■■ «■ special price.. Hr D,: Misses'heavv Vici Kid Lace Boots, Boys' new Box Calf Shoes on the on the new London toe; double new nobby last; good thick, solid , sol extra good wearing shoes; sizes eather soles; sizes. to s^; regu- nto 2) - extra g+A J _ffe IK gi s __ $1.50 £?. •alue ..sl-25. Boys'' new''-Teddy'' box calf, lace, I Oar "Little Ladies' 'Shoes, made brown, stitched extension soles; ele- ™th a llttle hee, l h*e mammas, gant fitters; a £f_ A A A slipper vamp and...

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