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

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 9, 1901. LIEUT. GOVERNOR CURED. General Thomas, Oldest Living General of the Civil War and Formerly Lieut. Governor of Vermont, relieved of Rheumatism by Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy, l V^^''m^V'TVQSfSS^SS.WwSW^&S^KB^BBj* ' M ' * '\ V*' \ '" W LIECT.-GOVERNOR THOMAS CURED BY DR. GREENE'S N2RVURA. Ninety-two years of age is the illustrious soldier-statesman, General Thomas of Vermont. He has held office as Representative, Senator, Jud#e of Probate Court, and Lieutenant-Governor. Strong of purpose and of cleanest record, everyone may depend absolutely on his word. Listen to him now, you who snSer with rheumatic pains and twinges. Read his letter telling " for other's good " how Dr. Greene's Nervura relieved him of pain. General Thomas says: •♦ I am pleased at this opportunity to add my testimonial to the worth of Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. The many years of life's journey left its touch upon me in the form of rheu matic pains...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

1 JHE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. 9. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR, THE JOURNAL, in 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 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 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents A DISTINGUISHING CHARACTER ISTIC Wiuuebago City Press News. The only twin city daily that has had the courage to champion the gross earnings bill is The Minneapolis Journal. The Journal is a newspaper. Cuban Relations The rejection of the Platt amendment, embodying the declaration ol Cuban re lations desired by the United States, by the Cuban...

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. — 9 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APBIL 9. 1901. SSI FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS -*, NASTURTIUMS ui^M. Flower Seeds • Op to '.'" v ' '"' , . ' ■ '"''"■' ' ' ■£■ . •'•': ".[',-'.*"' Miss C. H. Lippincott r 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed * v s ality % Sweet Peas T . I'Quart...; 20c £ Best Mixed, oz.iOci X lb.^Sci Qfl~ , 35c lib „j...V.v.: .i...V.VUC 1 peck.............. 80c <%, JF.iaeMixed.'oz., Bcj X lb., 20ctv" (LC r •~1 bushel ......V.,. 53.00 > ilb v-; v : --V-V- ;;V--v^--</^. °31' "• h'■['';-'-' 5 . V ~ „>:-'%' Ccod Mixed, oz., 6ci % lb.. 1 Set 4fi •■ ' ''"- ' -^t^ - 1 lb. ...... ...... ' J' -■■- ■ "^w ! White Clover Pern, 25c IfNastiigSPl % Nasturtiums Excelsior Lawn Dressing %:., r b f FinestMixed.<*«...i2ei 4Q C ;M : Plant Food and '"'% % ;, TZ'"";Z!' JOe Japanese Palm Fooa % : Mi2cT^ib^f.?"!!^:? 2:..40 c For^by MISS H. B. WHITTED, Florist N,coSS A ve. j ■;;■■■■ " MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.:i;';-' V^A>-- >: . Have You Pictures to Frame? Here is a Good Chan...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Montgomery to Speak — Dr. J. S. Montgomery, of W«ley M. B. church, will address the Trades and Labor Assembly at •8 p. in. April 17, Anti-Smoke Crusade Continues— Judge Holt yesterday fined 0. W. : Kassen by, engineer of the building at 608-514 Second avenue £«, $3 tor maintaining a smoke nui sance. Forged Dosr Tag»-City Clerk Lydlard received information yesterday to , the ef fect that there are bogus dog tags abroad. It is said that some one has counterfeited the new tags and Is disposing of them for 25 cents apiece to credulous dog owners. Saw mills Starting;— The Mississippi and Rum River Boom company has placed a crew of men at work on the river between this city and St. Cloud getting the logs in shape to drive. Three of the local saw mills were operating last week. Others begin work to-day. The installation of new machinery will delay three or four of the mills several days. Philharmonic Concert—The third and last concert of the Philharmonic Club will be held Frida...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

TUE&UAY EVEOTNGf, &PKID 9, 1901, YERXA A Lesson in Irocery Economy. Here are a few of the prices we are naming- on standard, first: quality goods. Everything in the store at the same money saving prices. Plums SS.' apaDeM: Breat.. 5c Peaches rb ancy. ETaporated: 7t Prunes t!t^°^i. 3k Prunes 25X8*: 80c Preserved Pearsic*•»gai* K . Quartjars IOC jars £t)C Hominy fop ouadsbeßt 10s Lamp Chimneys Sv A-ra 4c Best Saver Kraut ]a Qyour 10c Eggs Eggs Special lot of extra fine eggs. T«Hi*laA« Extra standard. regular Tl^ I OmaTOeS **&* grade, for, can 1 26 Indiana Parlor Matches, per doz boxes, 200 count 9c Our Potatoes are the best. Full6o-. uur potatoes n>. busies. . ** UAallitall" The most nourishing, pala ntfdlinall table and the cheapest breakfast food that can be placed 011 c) f> _ the family table, 5-lb bag 2UC "Healfhall Flour" -iff^Jgl milled, 10-lb bag oUC fi»«k«M Claum Finer No.l hard wheat Uianaiil riOUl never went to mill than the very superior grain which we hav...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

8 I Promoters of Low Prices on High Grade Merchandise. I I THE LA TEST SPRING STYLES I iFurnitur c, carpets, Cnrtains/^j I, Where many stores show a limited assortment, we show hundreds of different stylish patterns. ' We % H are beyond question Minneapolis' headquarters for housefurnishings. i rou can depend upon what X i you buy here. This store guarantees the quality, the durability, and that ; honest careful workman- 9 ff ship which insures lasting worth. We do not advertise ONE thing at a LOW PRICE and then % ■ TRY to sell you ANOTHER. Every article is priced on the start as LOW as merchandise FIT TOg M SELL can be sold for, and that price is so much lower than the same article sells for elsewhere that M Vit will pay you to do your buying here. : » fir Majestic Ranges. :;!>; fr<T^-S - CompleteßoomOutfitf ■.. aT are giving a set of Majestic cooking ware. < ff"H 1171 <-»Uint 19 worth »18. "g&^> L , r -^?T' __ \ZJMi M A made of copper, steel and enamel, worth &g...

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

Tuesday evening, aprie 9, 1901. Dr. Geo. Lelninger Has Revolu tionized the Practice of Medicine. . DR. LEINISGER SAY& "Iclaim that mlcro-orgamltm.or more common ly kamwa a* Germ*, are the cause mf all diseases, and to effect a permanent cure It becomes necessary to apply that remedy that will kill these germs and put the blood In such condition of health and activity that new germs entering It caanot live and breed In it, and the only way to cure Catarrh Is to drive the Catarrh Qerm out of the system — aad to cure Kidney Trouble is to destroy the Kidney Qerm—and Constipation, to kill the Constipation Germ— amd to cure Piles Is to annihilate the germs that cause the disease to cure Consumption Is to kill the Tuberculosis Qerm. I have prepared a special remedy for each disease, all containing Solidified Formaldehyde, the most potent germ destroyer yet discovered. The Publiu must not think that I claim miracles tor For-Mai-De-Hyde Remedies, bat I do say that they are the fore most ...

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

10 WHEAT CLOSED ON A DECLINE, MAY AT 69& c The Market Had a Downward Ten dency From the Start, With No Good Support. THE CASH DEMAND IS VERY BRISK Hope That Export Bniineu "Will De velop and Hold the Market Against Decline. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 9. —Wheat sold off l^ic up to noon. The mar ket was more steady this morning and held comparatively quiet and firm for an hour, but turned weaker and broke to 69^ 3 c at noon. After a holiday since Thursday night the European markets opened lower and about in line without declines in the meantime. The fact that prices are now low enough to put the market on free export basis was ex pected to be a steadying factor, at least for a time. Liverpool opened yz<l under Thurs day, fell off to Id under and at the close was lsd under. Corn was B B d higher than Thurs day. Paris closed .10 centimes lower on wheat and 5 to 20 centimes lower for flour. Temperatures everywhere continue season-^ able. The weather is mild and general...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1901. BUSINESS CHANCES j R. V. HURLBUT & CO., Business Chances, Stocks, Investments; • references given; correspondence solicited. * 443-444 ANDRUS BUILDING. .Wanted—From $500 to $1,000 at 8 per cent, by thoroughly reliable local company, who can furnish best security; money needed to complete amount of capital required in business".' Apply to above address, at once. ■' IP YOUR y LAUNDRY WORK IS NOT SAT isfactory on account of neckbands stretched or linen left unclean, try the Custom Laun dry, 112 6th st S. Telephone 138 Main. BLACKSMITH WANTED—IX GRAND RAP- Ids, N. D. Shop to rent, with tools or with out; or for sale. Good location for a first class man. A good plow and general black smith wanted. Call on or address Deisem & Franks, Grand Rapids, N. D. . -.■ „-,,. FOR SALE—CONTROLLING INTEREST IN well-established, good-paying retail business. Will bear closest investigation and every op portunity afforded for same; $15,000 to $20,000 required. B 94...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

13 m • Selected Havana leaf* freedom adul- m teration, artificial flavoring'tor' impurity % ■ of any kind is iise&^n-jraaking' ■^— i \ IE! IWleritoJ % 5 Cent Oig-ar / k "// Brings Havana Home to You. M JJ^L Tell your dealer nothing else can take its place. Jgjr I BOLTZ, CLYMER & GO., Philadelphia, f I ox &. Harris, Distributors, I Minneapolis^ Minn. dittiP^ HBLLAND-AMERIBA LINE Is'ew York-Rotterdam,via Boulogne-sur-Mer. AMSTERDAM Saturday, April 20. 10 a. m. Twin-Screw 8. 8.. 10,500 tons, CTATKMIIAIf Saturday, April 27,10 a. in. •I*l KHimaj Twin-Screw 3 .8., 1-^,500 tons. DATS II All Saturday, May 4,10 a. m. ru I • U«IH Holland-America Line, 39 Broadway, N. Y. 86 La Salle rit, Chicago, 111. Brecke £ Ek mto, Gen. Nor.-West. Pass. Agts., 121 3d st, Minneapolis. Minn. WRINKLES <Apg^. Moles, warts, superfluous hair ySl'apwgjk and all disfiguring blemishes are / J^A speedily and permanently re- Ij. , lIR moved; imperfect and deform- F7 S*S5 ed features painlessly corrected...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIi PRICE TWO CENTS. PLOT AGAINST CHRISTIANITY Chinese Planned to Destroy All the Foreigners. BIBLE SOCIETY REPORT Dative Christians Met Death Like Martyrs of Old. CRUSADE NOT ANTI-MISSIONARY In Two Provinces Even the Founda tion!* of Church Buildings Were Destroyed. New York, April 10. —The annual re* port of the American Bible society on the ' situation in China will contain the fol lowing statements from one of its agents in China, Rev. John R. Hykes: There was a deep and cunningly laid plot under Imperial sanction to extirpate Chris tianity, "expel all foreigners and destroy all foreign interests. No one divined the full extent of the iniquity which was deliberately contemplated. In all, 153 Protestant missionaries, includ ing sixty men, seventy-five women and forty eight children, have been massacred. With tne exception of the massacres at Ku-Choo in 'Cheklang, in which eleven persons were levied, and at Heng-Choo in Hunan, all of the deaths occurred in the...

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

2_ MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE EFFECTIVE PROBING Will Be Possible Under a Bill Passed by the Senate. MILLER'S RESOLUTION PASSES Lord Stirs Thing* ip With a Reso lution Rewarding- Senate Clerks and Officer*. Senator Miller followed up his resolu tion of yesterday, aimed at the ore roads, by a still more drastic bill to-day, which was passed If it becomes a law the at torney general, whenever it is deemed necessary, may requisition any books, pa pers or documents which may be in pos session of corporations whose affairs he desires to investigate. Obstinate officials or employes who refuse to produce rec ords or answer questions are to be deemed guilty of contempt and may be tried with out an indictment. At the Governor's Request. The bill was introduced at the request of the governor. The bill, as a law, will make an Investigation by the attorney general of some effect. It passed und#r suspension of the rules, after having been referred to Senators Lord. Wilson and Young for an opinion as t...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 10, 1901. Captain GridleyV Jjv~- Restored by Mother and Brother wSB&k " t Peruna. ~^^^^^^j' j^^^Mwbb u^aOhllfl^^^^fa 2^s^§EdSH^9 DEWEY'S FLAGSHIP OLYMPIA-CAPTAIN GRIDLEY, COMMANDER. Mrs. Gridley, mother of Captain Gridley, who was In command of Dewey's flagship, at the destruction of the Spanish fleet at Manila, says of our rtmedy, Peruna: "At the solicitation of a friend I used Peruna, and can truth, fully say It is a grand tonic and is a woman's friend, and should be used in every household. After using it for a short perlmd I fe»l like a new person." Mrs. Longstreet is the wife of the fam ous Confederate general, Lieutenant Gen eral James Longstreet. the only living ex- Confederate officer of that rank. She writes as follows to The Peruna Medicine Co. : "I can recomcnd your excellent rem edy. Peruna. as one of the best tonics, and for those who need a good, substantial remedy, I know of nothing better. Be sides being a good tonic, it is an effective c...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SVf IFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H E J O 11 R X A L, is published •very evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. BllUon, 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 Tbe 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 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAMiKS OF ADDHKSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CON TIMED All papers are continued Until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, find until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAIXTS Subscribers will please notify the office in every cane that ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, rAPRffi 10, 19O1' S NO STAR BUT MELBA Opera Singer Stamps Her Foot and Demands Her Rights. NO FLOWERS FOR DE RESZKE K« Bouquet* Over the FootllshtN Ulcs There Art- Some for Her. Haw York Sun Special Servlca Boston, April 10.—Mme. Melba stamped her fashionable mannish shoes back of the scenes at the Boston theater last night, and declared that she was the only star in that aggregation of opera singers. Melba was jealous, they say, of Edouard De Reszke, who had a ton or so of flow ers sent to him by admiring friends. De Reszke wanted to have the flowers handed to him over the footlights, but Melba ob jected. De Reszke was celebrating the twenty fifth anniversary of his stage debut, and his friends desired to make some public recognition of the circumstance. But Melba would not have it. She got after De Reszke like this: "1 will not allow it. I will not go on the stage with a man and gee him receive flowers when there are none for me. If you wish to accept the flower...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Prof. McVey at Plymouth—Frank L. fclcVey of the university will speak at Plym outh church lecture room Thursday, at J> a'clock p. in., ou "The Relation of the Church io tne Laboring Man." l.mtt Day of the Passover—The last flay of the Passover will be celebrated by the Hebrews of the city to-day. Services will Oe held at the Hebrew Reform synagogue this evening at S o'clock, and to-morrow morning at 10. "L*? Glee Club on v. Trip—The mando lin and glee clubs left Monday morning for a trip in Minnesota and lowa. Conceits will be given at Xorthfleld, Faribault, Albert Lea, Austin, Mason City, Owatoiina and Mankuto. New Editors—l. A. Conser and F. O. Feruald have been elected associate editors of the Minnesota Daily, and J. A. Burger re-elected business manager. Three associate editors, a managing editor and an assistant business manager are to be elected. Mighty < iiiitain Honored— p olice Captain Fltchette was presented with a gold ■tar, set with a diamond solitaire,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1901. VERXA The wage earner, who must make his every cent do its full duty as a pur chasing- power, ought to be interested in the items be low. Plums SSffi*&:^ese^.. 5c Peaches ibaue-: Evaporated: , 7t Prunes fb° a!^ a:...;......,3k Prunes SffSJS: 60c Preserved Pearsir z&jfS Quart jars tOG j^sfcCC Hominy & oundfbe^ Kb Lamp Chimneys e^V A >rora 4c Best Saver Kraut ]2/ om 10c Eggs Eggs Bpecial lot of extra fine eggs. Tani«4aa» Extra standard,regular 71 A tomatoes WHc grade,for, can..... 12c Indiana Parlor Matches, per doz boxes, 200 count 9c Our Potatoes M&JT- Fullco- Corn c; cr re Z en weet....7oc can 6e Scrubbing Brushes ?|.S9c Maple Syrup l-gallon tins $1.00 Half gallon tins 50 Quarter gallon tins , .25 Tea Tea Urn«vil« A garden grown Ceylon and In- Nikliarua dia. Can't be matched Cft* for a dollar, here, lb uUC Alahima India and Ceylon's most delicate ftlcMnO tea. blended, quality CO* way up, lb V U C Halaha* English Breakfast, Ceylo...

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

8 / / fry fi4fe- v \ \Z^^ 0^ yt^i-^/ most fastidious. There were more Great Lakes. \ if^/^l W I 1 fl&^ry "Mimosas" sold in this market last year V \ I jS ('V an any ot^er women's Shoes, ifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii V \ I^^ X y^^^^^c^^ Cyonus Shoes madein Mlnncap°Us > \ \ \l^f /^iH^ Wfwv- -Mf an<* **est e Qu'PPed factories in the United V r\J / /\ A^^y^ $\}M^^s?V States, are on sale in Minneapolis at the \ I /S-^7 / /\ ' /^'<§£')?'£ ;S LTO^H "MiniOSd" ShOfiS made m Mimneapo- following well known stores: 1 J /^=^J/ / \. liv^ largest and best equipped factories in the United E. A. CAD WELL. C.A.OLSON. ill /<^ jM W'&'tok <* 0^ States, are on sale in Minaeapolis at the foi- EMIL DAHL- O. P. HAGAN. / 11/ W & JJ*slP*)\\^ lowing well-known stores: DAHL & FLORIN. H.C.OLSON. / / / / / E^y V^? •'t''V?:f^;y FRITZ DONKOWSKI. PALACE CLOTHING I I / J / m Bv^V7 X^%^^\"P^M' ( JOHN ERICKSON. HOUSE. I I A I ) ¥ c*// O*"% f/ t^t &w / ■ SCIIULiiiR. A.Iv^XOBLAUCH &SONS T■T PR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

: WEDNESDAY EVE*!UNO, SHRTL 10, 1901. —-*— - OVER THE LIKE. Procrastination is the Thief of Health. Nature is a very wise and careful moth er bat she is dumb. She speaks by signs. The man or woman who does not heed her signs or fails to understand them must pay the penalty. Some day there will be a step over the line beyond which Nature's warnings cease and her penalties begin. For instance there is a man who for years never knew he had a stomach, it performed its work so perfectly. Some day after eating he has a little sour or bitter rising in the throat. He does not heed it. Later he feels an uncomfortable fullness after eating, a distress in the re gion of the stomach and perhaps he is uncomfortable enough to wonder whether he ought not to "do something " for hini gstt. But he does not get any farther than firry,i^ woadering. He becomes sleepless, loses flesh, and has other warnings of the de velopment of disease but he still tries to work. Some day he collapses.dropsdown perhaps...

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

10 New Spring Shoes tfr> A g%0% An elegant new line of La- ■ ■■in dies' Spring Boots, made by JT^ V-!*^ - Jenkins, Rochester, ■ N. V. t The light or ; heavy • soles; • elegant up-to-date boots; not a pair worth less than $3.00. MHK9gSj39ffl if* E£% A fine line ■ $2.50 aaag l^K^ ti made Boots, the cream of TgHKS&IB fashions; elegant heavy soles, f" , f 1 extension edges; every pair worth $3.50. E BKSSiOO^ HJ|V ot Ladles' Boots at this HE HmH^v price in the city; they «H RmL. have everything about bH If IKY them to make them JK VflL equal to specialty $5.00 shoes. Shoes Ladles'new patent leather Lace Oft ■with dull matt kid top. Special .. .^ ■ ■*»«* Ladles* new patent vici kid. lace, tf» O AA light, flexible soles. Our special.. 9uiUU Ladies' new patent rid kid. lace, £• Q RA with heavy extension sole. Special vwiuV Ladies 1 Low Shoes Ladles' new $2.50 welt sole exten- <fc < no ■100, Oxford tie, low Shoos, Tburs.9 ■ a«fO Ladles' tine $2.00 low Shoes, hand ft <% en tur...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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