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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1901. WomarYsWorld A ROMANTIC STORY A German Baron's Marriage to a Little Cripple. THEY MET ON AN OCEAN VOYAGE The Baroness Is an American Girl Who Has Always Been an Invalid. This is the true story of the Denver baroness—once Miss Lillian May Langham, now the Baroness Freiherr Speck yon Stern berg. • \ c°,.r- It has been said and it has been published abroad that Miss Lillian May Langham is a native of Louisville, the daughter of Arthur G. Langham, an heiress to vast wealth, a beauty of great brilliancy and a society belle of -great prominence and popularity. Miss Lilian May Langham is none of these things. . , _ In the flrst place, she is not a native of Kentucky. She was born in San Francisco .nd lived there until she was 10 years old, when she went to Denver-with her parents. In the second place she is not the daughter •-iii lmt ' js'~*&a\ «jt~*i ~y \ urn****' I^*m9 The smart little tulle ana taffeta Spanish turban Illustrated) above will make par...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

12 OPENING SPRING SHOES Knoblauch 's _______ _______ __£___- ________ _________7 _________ Arcade '. .- .:■ MmmJ^A ____f yLtgF ________ff ___F ____? _3£r **' — — 239 Nicollet —■ and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. Ladies' patent leather lace,' welt soles, Gopher line, the ___*._!_. $3.60 f0r.... %P^_. h«__ "4P Ladies! patent kid. lace, welt soles" new ££_*]_ _____ Gopher last.. 9«*■«)" Ladies' patent vici • kid Ox fords, welt, soles, '"'."''. S___!?!.s3Ji|o Ladies' vici kid lace, mat kid tops, turn <£ .$ ______ sole. *_?*_._ WW Ladies' vici kid lace, patent tips on Prin- C_„ ___ g|| cess Ida toe..9«*9U Ladies' vici kid lace, kid tip, welt sole, new Princess Ida last, for $2.50 only \P____t_&^s_? Ladies' vici kid lace and but ton, on Lon- $2.00 don toe M*__i_W Boys' never-wear-out calf lace, ..S! 1..„■.... $2.0© fe ____.$_ .80 lace 1_ Htl Boys' and youths' box ®8c calf lace SB O \a Sample Sale Men's Fine Shoes, worth $3.50 to _2__Q| E__n_ $4.00. Sale price only ..................

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 3, 1901. EASTER SHOES Knoblauch's 23-25 SOOfH Washington 239WC0Hcr. Ladies' Patent ''^pym ltm^ ■ Kid Lace, Mat 'jp^ / Kid tops. Smart- ma! i 'est lasts. Welt £. _______£_* 'AaW ßP^® ____ Ladies' Vici Kid [V* / Lace. Swagger Ife Toes. Welt Ik II $2.50 loM^ESTERiiB l'» li/r' st. p. m. A^p^il*— J Ticket office. 418 Nicollet Ay.. rtione. 240 .Main tEx. Sun. Others dally. ; Leave I Arrive Badger State Express— ■) ; 7550 10:45 riii'go, Milw'kee.Madison J ] am pm -■: Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm 11:65 am Chicago— Fast Mall \ 6:25 pm 9:00 am North-Western Limited— [ ! 7:30 8:15 : Chl'go. Milw'kee.Madison f i pm am Wausau.F.duLao.Greenßay | C:25 pm 9:00 am Duluth. Superior. Ashland.. itß:io am t5:20 pm Twilight Limited— > 4:00 ; 10:30 Duluth, Superior.Ashland J pm pm SuCity,Omaha, Deadwood.. '+7:10 am' 8:00 am Elmore, Algona, DesMolnes +7:10 am +8:05 pm St. James. New Ulm, Tracy 9:30 am 8:05 pm Omaha Express- > 9:30 I 8:05 City, Omaha;Kan.City $ am pm Ne...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

14 ANOTHER DAY OF THE ACTIVE BEAR MARKET May Wheat Pounded Down to 71 i-8c —Heavy Unloading by Disap pointed Holders. STOP LOSS ORDERS IN CHICAGO A Three-Day Decline With •Xo Sign of Reaction Yet—General Rem of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 3.—This third -successive day of wheat weak ness broke the market a full cent under yesterday's close, May selling at 71%@71%c. More long wheat came out. There was little support. The bulls apparently have lost heart for the time being and are disposed to wait before again taking hold. When the Chicago crowd came on the market after yesterday's holiday, they found a good many stop-loss orders in both wheat and corn. Chicago May wheat opened on a scattered range of 73%® 73c, against Monday's close at 74%e, while corn opened at 42%@42%c, against 4.!% c. Chi cago was very nervous and the market at first "Was erratic and hard to follow. Liverpool was OS again, coming %d below yesterday on wheat, %@%d lower on corn, and on second cab...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. " APRIL 3, ■ 1901. _REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ! Charles W. Briggs and wife to Sarah - - t Briggs* lot 12, Newhail's subdivision. 1 $500 Martha E. Parry to 'Kate Briggs; lot A 7, I ' block 6, Lake view addition... 650 Hilda M. Larson and husband to Charles A. Berg; lot 18, block 4, Park addition ...." , . 450 Elizabeth A. Russell to Herman Bach-? Mann; lots 14.t0 20 inclusive, block > -" 3, Fogg's Motor, Line addition 250 John Hengler and wife to Ralph P. and- George L., Gillette; part lots 7 and 8,-." block 30, Bassett; Moore Case's ad dition ? ..'. 2,400 Minnie Hale ? and :,= husband to Louise " Fletcher; lot 6, block 4, Twenty-fifth ■ Street addition... ..:..:...,... 2,700 Jennie C. Michael and husband and - Nellie M. Williams and husband to Win. S. Crandall; s\' 2 lot 5, blo*k 24, Windom's addition: also lot 20. block 8, Mlnnetonka Bluffs. „,..... 400 Cecil IVCarpenter and wife to Eugene j R. Hyland; lot 5, block 1, Queen Ave -1 nue addition 700 Frederick 11. Sa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 April 1901

IS WANT ADS ON -PAGES IS, 16. NUMBER 48—Continued. " ''"? CALHOUN ! PARK. % Hlckson offers 150 lots in Calhoun Park $100 to $150 less than other dealers. ■■ :' 939 GUARANTY LOAN.' ' UNIMPROVED— FEET, CENTRALLY located corner; flne for flat buildings; price '$70 a front foot; others ask $200 a front foot two blocks-this side. A bargain. O 935,' Journal. FOR MAPS OF CALHOUN PARK AND price schedule of lots for sale, call at Ed mund G. Walton's office. --■: LOWRY HILL LOTS. . The handsome double corner; Douglas and Humboldt, $2,500. Exclusively at room 5, 313 Nicollet. Also other lota in same block. AQ FARM LANDS OLIVER CO. SETTLEMENT, Central N. D. Washburn Valley Homesteads. Lands $2 to $4. COAL. Good water & soil. Send 2-cent stamp for BOOKLET. D. Games, S. E. Mpls, Minn. •♦*%*vwwwww vvwWW^v w ♦> 41,000 ACRES . r •> «;• Cut-over lands in Cass and Crow Wing •** •;• counties, in townships 138, 139 and *.* ♦;♦ 140, ranges 25, 26, 27 and 28; will be ♦> •;• sold in one tract ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. BREAK DOWN BOER DEFENSE Kruger's View of Capture of Zoutpansberg. PLACE IS IN DANGER Boer Seat of Government and Con tains Stores and Ammunition. PRISONERS SAY WAR WILL LAST Brltinh Are Trjtng to Keep De W«< Mild Bothu From «.etlii»B Together. Mmw Yo.-k Sun Saoolml Sarvtcm. London. April 4. News comes from Brussels that Mr. Kruger thinks that the occupation of Zoutpansberg will finallj break down the Boer defense. Zoutpansberg is the Boer seat of gov ernment and contains supplies of stores and ammunition, and it is understood to be in imminent danger as a result of Lord Kitchener's northern, campaign. Prisoners that have recently arrived at Pretoria, however, are said to have ex pressed opinions that the war will last for three years longer. KEEP THEM M'IRT British Are Tryinn to Separate lluitm und De Wet. Vev> Turk Sun Special Service Standerton, April — De Wet is reported In the vicinity of Verde. Botha has not passed here, as stated,...

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

2 ears ago when he was petitioned by the smployes of tbe Omaha and the Chicago ireat Western railways to vote against •he bill. Without the railways St.^Paul vould be a very small community intteed. I'nder ProteM. Among those who voted in the afflrma ive under protest was Senator Myran of ida. His opinion is that the people in the lorthern part of the state, who as pro lucers have a long haul to market, should :oncentrate their efforts toward securing i reduction of freight rates. The passage )f this bill, he said, would have an op x>site effect. Still his constituents on all sides had demanded that he support the i measure and like a good public servant he would defer to their judgment and to their wishes. Motion to Reconsider Lout. After the vote had been announced Sen ator Snyder. in order to forestall Senator Ryder from moving a reconsideration later in the week, moved that the vote be re considered. Senator Ryder in an ispas sioned address spoke of the great benefit of the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

THURSDAY GEYEOTNXi> AFKIJLI 4 1901. "-^ P£ARPE'C =^ = Nlcollet Ay. § JtHlglji, Nicollet Ay, New Cloak and Suit Store. stylish Garments lor ..faster; New Suits and Costumes. jtaPV Smart styles in the correct -^"7 R A A fjyr materials $15.00 to 9 1 OiUU J2 *%. Special values in new Eton and plain tailored TOM?' Suits for Friday at $15.00, OOA A A i\ r^'yf $25.00 and . 9^«fiUU wU 1 New Jackets, Coats and Raglans. A wH I Latest designs received daily, d^CI C AA ■ tsMj $7.50 t0*......;........'; ftoOiUU |flii|ki*ii Special values for Friday in ft|A A A IT .I IS Silk lined jackets; $15 jackets <9 lUaUIF /if IB New Silk Waists. //If wlliiL c est assortment in town, $4 ifit BE A A M4o^^^k to $20; special values for Friday jM iKk New Pattern Hats, $5.00 to $20.00. i^!?*^^*M|^^k Just received by express from New York, 200 of the very latest Pattern Hats, designed by the best artists in the country, and the prices are ~'^«^^^^^^r about one-half less than others. No two hats *33*afc> s...

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

'4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H E JOURNAL, is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C j. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department * NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one m0nth............. $0.35 On© copy, three months... 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 On© copy, one year........ 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.60 . . Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one m0nth............ 35 cents Single copy ....;..... .*;.....' 2 cents ■ CHARGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give th«lr former as- well as present address. _-. CONTINUED All papers are continued. 'antll an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 4, 19UIA 307 Nicollet Avenue. NIW^YCII liLW? y-VI vLL BOOTS. \ I l»y Bf iS f& f^i w fcSjr I^^ \jf vg (fIVA Spring Style*. Tan Hussia 8- : f|!U4),w«iiMU!ML^- with swagger M welt soles, only j|| B& S 53.50 In / UUiOU lilfcff Js Black Vici Kid, Bjbf JH 8-inch Boots, with ffjif if new patent tips, pL| || flexible welt soles, ifi || $3.60 Mi * % new black J^mlf j^^^J*i Vici Kid 10-inch Cycle Boots on the new model toe— pill AA only $d.UU New brown and black vici kid 9-inch Cycle Boots, new toes, good fitters. Special this ggggj CO AA week vIiUU GARLAND'S Candies, Eggs *nd Novelties ■• ■• fo* ... Easier Gifts 703 NIOOLLET. S WASH. AY. S. "NEW JOKES BY OLD JOKERS" Contains stories and jokes by K/ra Ken dall. Weber & Fields. Digby" Bell, .lames Thornton. Rogers Bros., Marshall P. Wilder and 100 other ouniediaus. I'rice. -J5 cents. New type, good paper, handsomely bound. Address. HERBERT H. TAYLOR. Dept. M. J., Woodside, New York. DANCING CLASSES _ ...MALC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS James S. Parker Dies— James S. Par ker, an old pioneer of Hennepin county, died Monday night at bis home at Long Lake. He came here In 1853 and was one of the first to pre-empt land in thi« county. He waß an Odd Fellow and a member of the territorial pioneers' association. A widow and three daughters survive him. The funeral took place this afternoon from the residence uu aer the auspice* of the Odd Fellows. Towle Company May Cone Here— The Towle Syrup coirpany, whose plant in St. Paul was destroyed by fire Monday, may locate in Minneapolis. The Towle company owns the old Wilson plant in this city, ana at the time is supplying its entire trade from this point. For some time the company has been endeavoring to secure larger quarters and more trackage, but was unable to find what it wanted in St. Paul. The Commercial Club has taken the matter up and will ar range a meeting with the Towle eonipany to discuss the proposition. Baptist Revival Service* — The opening revival se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

THTJESBAY EVEOTDSTG, AFRIL 4, 1901. VERXA Hoffman House Coffee is the most celebrated, most popular and most sought for by critical coffee drink ers. We are the importer, the jobber, the dealer, all rolled into one —that's why "Hoffman House" is 30c instead of 45c a pound. For the same reason the finest blends of Ceylon and India Teas, Minarda and Alrine, are 60c lb. Oranges One car load of sweet Navel Califor nia Oranges, all sizes, box $2.25 From 10c doz up. Fancy Lemons, doz .. 10c Bananas £ co ri ect. rlpe: '.. lOc $ Delicious, ripe Pineapples, fresh ripe Straw berries received dally. Tamelmi* . Extra standard, re«n- 71« I QlfiaiOßS lar l2Hc grade, for, can I 2© Corn. Very fine Wlnnebago Corn, 6c can; dozen '. 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, bottle 33c American Pickles, bottle 8c Antonini Olive Oil, small bottle 29c Best Saver Kraut, i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

8 MEN f=% TREATED fff I fiND CUBED j*U| $1,000.00 aafflls^P Institute will pay the I*/^SaSSr 5' above sum to any one who Doctor will disprove Its claim that Farnsworth. it li today the largest and best >■ equipped Medical ln*tltute for the treatment of men among advertising Institutes in Minneapolis. Feb. 19, 1001. Offices: 47-49 Washington Ay. 5., flUmeapolM, Minn. Only curable c»ies promised to cure. Pair Dealing, faith ful and conscientious service and moderate charges have secured It m large' patronage. W_>_tkn*«« °' young:, middle-aged, and w* •■*»••• old men, chronic trouble*, Nervous Debility, all disorders of a private and delicate nature properly treated. Jtrnmftfth Liver, Bowel, Kidney and SlOmacn, urinary troubles, Catarrh of the Stomach. Dyspepsia, Constipation,Plleg, weak lungs and heart as well as ill a Aft D.U«ii skln Diseases, Sores, DIOOarOIIOnp swelllngs.lnflamßiation. Dischargee, Rheumattsin.Varleocele, Hydro cele, properly treated. . ■-. . Rlintura treated ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

THURSDAY EVENING," APRIL 4, 1901 r There's So Much Talk"' About EL MERITO 5c Cigar -I*ll have to try it," rays the smoker. Then he finds it true that "It Brings Havana Home to You." BOLTZ, CLYMCR & CO., Philada COX & HARRIS, Distributors. MINNEAPOLIS. JI^RESTASYOU WPE|g|J ©*c Morrow /jy) Coaster BraKe [I i 4 Guarantee* you Absolute Com- 1 L I* U fort and Fleaturt in Cycling \ J yJfcj^X, Fits any wheel. Your wheel al- K^Tff^" ways uuder control. Security on VB* f| > hills. A. luxury on th» level. I M I You Ride 60 Miles, but YJ-flSfl Pedal only 35 Miles. Mnfip 100,000 satisfied riders lost rear. Bfl |M Sold by all cycle dealers, hook- n &m let Frte. HI IV Eclipse Mfg. Co., Elmira, N. Y. Ml ]* STEAMER ASHORE Chu|>iii of the Sew Haven Line— Passengers Are Rescued. Providence, R. 1., April 4.—The steamer Chester W. Chapin of the New Haven Steamboat line running between Provi dence and New York, went ashore on Pa tience island in Narraganset bay at 9:lo o'clock last nig...

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

10 WHEAT BREAKS AGAIN TO A NEW LOW POINT May Struck 70 5-8 Con a Sharp Down Turn, but Recovered to Yesterday's Close. PROFIT TAKING BY THE SHORTS 1.1 It lit Receipts Here—Price Current Sa>« Crop Condition* Are Fine —General Xew» of Day« Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 4.—Wheat was again hammered down to a new low point, striking 70% c for May. The market opened firmer and a shade higher, based upon comparatively better foreign tone and lighter northwestern receipts, but despite this influence and some other more favorable items it was impossible to hold the market against the continued bear pressure. After three days of sharp breaks there was hope for & reaction and with the firmer opening came good early support. Some buying de veloped and the bulls began to take heart, but it was of no use. May held In the **c range between 71& c and 71^ 4 c up to 11 o'clock and then broke for a cent. There were various rumors about Phillips, who leads the Chi cago speculative in...

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

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 4. 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS F. J. .H. Merrill and wife to Martin Jevne, part lot 7, block 29, Murphy's addition $1,300 Joseph D. Le Blanc and wife to Michael Fuss, part lot 1, block, 18, Lenuah & Newell's addition 400 Mary A. Pillsbury to Louis Erickson and wife, in section 22. town 119, range 21 650 John Martin to James Eastman and wife, lot 24, block 24, Slbley addi tion 375 The Paine Lumber company to T. Dahlstrom, lots 19 and 20, block- 8, Prospect Park, second division, re vised 200 The Paine Lumber company to Frank Hagman, lots 17 and 18, block S, Prospect Park, second division, re vised 200 Emory Lyou and wife to Ella J. Jack fcou, part lots 13 and 14, block 1. Pleasant Avenus addition 1000 The Old Colony National bank to Wil liam J. Larrabee, lot 6, block H9, Gale's subdivision 1,000 Abbie M. Bryant to Abtte E. Bryant, lots i and* 5, block L' 7, CJUhoun Park 1,500 Alvju. A. E;< hhorn and wife to Susan nah P. French,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 April 1901

12 WALTHAM WATCHES Ralph Waldo Emerson in an essay on Eloquence said, in speaking of a man whom he described as a Godsend to his town, 44He is put together like a Waltham Watch." " The Perfected American Watch ", an illustrated book of interesting information about 'watches, will be sent free upon request, American Waltham Watch Company, WaUham, Mass* WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12. NUMBER. 40—Continued. - FARM FOR SALE—FINE FRUIT OR stock form, 56 acres; I*4 miles from Orono, ' Lake Minnetooka. Flue summer home on . Long Lake. O. P. Sutherland, 428 Nicol ]et ay. ■ . . . . . FARMERS AND INVESTORS LOOKING for Minnesota land In the Hill Lake country, • Altkin county, should write me for prices, ; terms and full information. Free fuel, feu cing and - building material here, and ■. I am ■ on the ground and can show you the land. This is the best stock-grazing and farming country in the northwest; prices $3.50 to $7.50 • per acre; terms easy; close to markets; plen ty of work all summer and wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTIRNASS PEICE TWO CENTS. PARDON FOR MCKENZIE Concerted Move to Secure His Release. PRESIDENT BOMBARDED Attorney General Griggs Recom- mended Pardon. THE PUNISHMENT IS EXCESSIVE Unparalleled In" the History of Amer ican Courts—Review of the Cane. Trom The Journal Bureau, Room *6, Tost Building, Washington.' Washington, April 5. —A concerted movement for the pardon of Alex. Mc- Kenzie ot North Dakota, who is now serv ing a year's imprisonment iv San Fran cisco, for contempt of the federal court of appeals of that city, is under way, and the president, to whom it is being di rected, is expected to take the applica tion for pardon up in a short time and de cide it in McKenzie's favor. Soon after the decision was announced a petition was presented to the president for pardon on the grounds tlfat sentence was unjust and excessive according to all usage of courts. The petition was referred to Attorney General Griggs, who unhesi tatingly approved it and returned it to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 April 1901

■g"^--. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE IT IS PASSED AGAIN The Senate Repasses the Primary Election Bill, BUT ABANDONS AMENDMENTS A Vigorous, but Futile Protest Against the Declaration ** to Party Afflliatlons. In order to meet the house half way and to remove all Impediments 10 the passage of come kind of a primary elec tion law, the senate this morning agreed to recede from its amendments to the Dunn primary election law. Many of the senators were rebellious at being com pelled to give up the Ives amendment to strike out the clause requiring partici pants in a primary election to announce what party they voted for at ihe preced ing general election. Except among the real politicians, there is a sentiment that party men are carrying their attempt to restrict the voter's freedom of action to an extreme, and many so express them selves. Doubtless the conference committee, consisting of Senators Benedict, Barker and Miller, hud been assured that the house would never adopt ihe Ives amend ment, ...

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