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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 10, 1901; i Wallace's ! ,*. : .' ii ;l ..•-■-■ i •". ■' |fe|il ♦ | MILLINERY SALE I $ Thursday and Friday. $ * * Special Sale on \\% $! Trimmed Hats and Flowers 11 ■*£L' # :./•// .:'v->;' .?,-;■<_ - „.••- •■■■-' „...„. •■>:■: .. ■ , +3L ,^:^.--' ■• :. ■„-.•.:•---:■■.:'.■.'■..,.•:•:.-■■. ■•"-<(» Q 300 elegant trimmed Hats and Bonnets, exact copies «$ ,# of imported patterns; also our exclusive designs will «0» ,#.. be put on sale at *he Lowest Prices ever offered # * for up-to-date Millinery. Our ■:"ss, $6, $7, $8 and * 5 #/0 hats can't be matched elsewhere for quality, style X and price. J % Special Flower Sale % % 19c, 29 c, 39c, 50c, 69c md 89c. % <• American Beauties, Crushed Roses and Foliage. S «0» # | M. E. WALLACE mmim. | :#.-:- ... ■■;:.■ ■.-■..:;■:■; ■..; ■ & *«^Mb j BUB !rf^#^" * MKIXI.KV INVITED TO ST. PAUL. :J Mayor Smith and the heads of the Com ■/ mereial bodies of St. Paul have issued an I invitation to President McKinley an...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

12 STUDENTS SET FREE New Minister in Russia Starts to Show Clemency. REPORT OF ABDICATION DENIED United States Consul Say* Report* of Disturbance)* Are Ei aifKerated. Weir York Sun Somolml Service London, April 10.—A dispatch to the Daily Mail from St. Petersburg says that General Van Novsky, the new minister of public instruction, has lost no time in showing clemency for the young people imprisoned for their connection with the recent disturbances. He has already lib erated 200 male and IS3 female students. Washington, April 10.—No credence whatever is placed at the Russian embas sy in the reports that the czar of Russia contemplates abdication. The report is regarded as having the same English or igin as those asserting that a steel lined room had been constructed esepecially for his majesty's use and little short of a rebellion was under way in Russia. Paris, April 10.—A private letter from the United States consul general at St. Petersburg saya that almost every item in the fore...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

VVKDJSEBDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1901. ;i j 307 ICOLLET AVENUE. • ' j Our New Shoes /m Are ihc Bcsi values In America •IB *^^\ 8 new styles of $2.00 Shoes on the new Saxon and 4 ■ tl^\ e^e toes» v*°* kid, box calf, Rex calf and satin m\ '^kll\ ca^' Suarantecd all solid 4f^ JF% 4%. m-> ,^S> leather, all sizes. The best %W"^ 111 JR U«Tf*-\ ever for £■ ■ (l vjjgJ 15 new stles $3.00 Men , Shoes 111 "^: •'HI —^ n e^our Calf, Vici Knl and Jllllk \\f| I Box Calf—on the new "Kor- £M V^^^gl recto," "Teddy" and '-Custom" /fEHk VL^BwMlasts —welted soles, nicely made, / n^jWMW W $3.00 Inh FULLY GUARANTEED. §|^ See our new "Cadet" Oxfords in patent calf, black (mi sw* 1' velours and black Russia Calf £j± £% £fsk(£F% Wls with double welted Scotch J^ 1111 Vip edge soles-0n1y...... M' ***%*.%* The Latest— Our new "Teddy"— Scotch \SJ| " Bal with Scotch edge soles and stitched heels, fine \lllt * seal tops, Klondike hooks and rf% gj% ■■ 4f*\ \%L, •• ; " eyelets, on the new "Teddy" Jh| -"^ »*^ II ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

14 WHEA" ON SLIGHTLY FIRMER RANGE ALL DAY Trade Active Despite Some Hesita tion on Account of Government Report, Due To-day. WILL MAY SELL AT A PREMIUM? The Cash Situation Becoming More of a. Factor—General News of the Session. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April Wheat was firmer this morning and showed stubbornness against further decline. May opened weaker at 69%@69%c on the early Liverpool cable, showing a decline of %d to %d in that market, but was held ♦down only momentarily. The fact of the government report coming out to-day and the general expectation that It will be de cidedly bearish in tone was not so deterrent as was expected. There was less hesitation than is usually the case when a government report hangs over the market. It is hard to see what can be said of the crop outlook more favorable than is generally known, and the present price represents a decline that should ■ be full discount for anything the government may say on tlie bear side. This was the sentiment i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. APRIL 10, 1901. WANT-ADS ON PAGES IS, 16. ~~R~EAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ; -Chandler^ C. Wymau and wife to : Har ! rison G. Dickey, lot 20, block :9, V Baker's second addition $4,500 L. K. Wolfang-le and wife to H. Lit tan, lot 17, Hartson & Lent's re arrangement ...;: '500 Charles .A. "Quiet* and wife to Harold MieJson, lot 7, ,W.oodburn'a addition. 4,000 Marvin L. Poole and wife to Joseph H. Curtln and , Helen 1.. Curtin. lot ;• 2, block 19, Torrence, Tousley & , McNair's subdivision ..; > 1,725 'John" Laurikainen and wife -to ■ Henry - - Laurikainen, lot 3, block 2, Hicks' . addition .;;.* 550 Julia, M. Meserole to Elizabeth Bab bitt, lots 29 and 30, block 2, Lake K<C-J- Harriet park 500 Philena S. Luck to John Heglund, part lot 7, block 1, Cornell's second addi > tion . 1,500 Ole: •>?.'-Nelson to 'Hans S. Johnson, lots 7 and S, block. 37; Bassett, Moore &• Case's addition 1,000 Guitar Gardthausen to Frank F. Ma:hews, in section 32, . town -■ ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 April 1901

16 WANT ADS ON PAGES IS, 16. NUMBER 44—Continued. THE BERRYHILL CORSET CO. MAKE corsets to order at 109 6th st S. LADIES—CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN uyroyal Pills are the best; safe, reliable; take Ho other; send 4c. stamp for particulars. "Re lief for Ladles" In letter by return mall; at druggists. Chlchester Chem. Co.. Pfaila., Pa. WALL PAPER" CLEANED, CARPETS cleaned, window shades, window and porch awnings made. Columbia Carpet Cleaning Co., 711 W Lake st. tel. South 143-L. HAVE YOUrHhARDWOOD FLOORS RE flnls'hed like new by experienced man; eharges_moderate._Address_E 945, Journal. PIANO TEACHER WISHES TO HEAR OF good town to locate; has studied with best teachers for years; any one who will inter est himself In organizing a clasa will receive lessons_f ree. MJMS. Journal. LOST—THE ADDRESS OF THE NORTH weatern Butter Market. Any one bringing lame to 613 Hennepin ay can get 5-pound jar txtra fine creamery for ?1.05; fine Mocha and Java, 20c; fancy family flour, J1.60. 45 PATENT ATTO...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. FOES BECOME FAST FRIENDS Alliance Between Japan and Russia. FOR CONTROL OF CHINA Japan's Changed Attitude Causes Much Speculation. STAND AGAINST THE WORLD Diplomat* Wonder Whether Japan Has \ot Forced Husniii Into a. Coalition. Horn York Sun Somo/al Smrvlcm Washington, April 11. —Have Russia and Japan formed an alliance for control ing affairs in Manchuria, and possibly to gain the absolute mastery of the whole Chinese empire? This question is uppermost in official circles In Washington, and belief that an affirmative answer will be an early devel opment is rapidly obtaining a foothold. Instead of looking askance at everything which Russia could possibly do in respect to rhineae affairs, the Japanese minister, Mr. Takahira, is smilingly assuring offi cialdom at the capital that his govern ment in more than gratified with the atti tude assumed by the czar. His assurances from Tokio that there was no possibility of a rupture with Rus sia, but t...

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

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE CALM IN THE SENATE The Last Day of Session Causes No Perturbation. THE EIGHT-HOUR BILL IS PASSED hut;ur Bounty Indefinitely Knocked Out-Only 14 Employe*-for , :' Extra Session. - : : The senate did not exhibit any frantic activity to-day just because it was the last day of the session. Nearly all the personal bills have been taken care of long ago, all the big bills and the appro priations have been attended to and near ly all that are left are such as were Introduced for friends and constituents. Still no time was lost and bills were reeled off with neatness and dispatch, indicating that the senate machinery is developed to a high degree of efficiency. But while a good gait was maintained, there was no hot and eager rush, as rhe •senators are. raving themselves for the night session, which will probably last until sun-up to-morrow morning. Staff Cut Down. Only fourteen, clerks and attendants will hold positions on the senate staff at the extra session, to be...

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

"THURSDAY EVENING. 'APRIL 11. 1901. ORE PRICE FIXED Old Range Bessemer Established at $4.25; $1.25 Below Last Year. &ALES OF NON-BESSEMER ORE (Agricultural Implement Concern* Consider Placing Orders—lu ijkw |O.nlrle» for Rails. Cleveland, Ohio , April 11.—The Iron {Trade Review this week says: At the base of the iron trade the in teresting event of the week has been the establishment of $4.25 as the price tor old range Bessemer ore running 63 per cent In iron and .045 in phosphorus. This is $1.25 below last years basis. The position of the United States Steel corporation is understood to have been a neutral one and the merchant ore men made the decision, which is gen erally regarded as conservative. A $4.50 base had some support from merchant interests but there vere no advocates of a lower price than $4.25. Some considerable sales of non-Bessemer ores, on which there is no agreement, havf been made at $2.90 to $3, or $1 to ?1.10 below last year's prices. Pig iron producers coul...

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

'4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL Is published every evening, except Sunday, at *"-•*» Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Blllson, 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.. 1.60 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAXtiES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COXTIXUED 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 case that their pape...

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

THITBSDAY EVENING. rAPEIL r 11 1901. The Plymouth Clothing House. ITheßymouth I Correct Dress from Head to Foot for Everybody. Bargairv Friday. Last Saturday (the day before Easter) gave us a very large business indeed, especially in the finer grades of spring outfits. All sm,all lots that have not been since closed out, will be sacrificed as usual on this Friday. No broken lots," however, good, are permitted to accumulate in the Plymouth assortments. Men's $15 Seek Suits, $5.50. Five full lines of dark colored all wool fine business suits, about 50 matched suits in all; mostly in dark grays and fancy mixtures, but all good and desirable patterns. Those who were too late last Friday should not permit their sorrow to blind their eyes to the present opportunity, which is in our opinion, the best offering for men we Cp «JQ have yet made for our famous Bargain Fri- * Men's $15 Unmatched Suits. $3.50. Men's Co-At, $2; P^nts, $1; Vests. 50 cts. In this lot of about 40 suits there are only...

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

6 CITY NEWS One Ctota Back—Joseph Kolontersky, one of the police officers discharged by Mayor Ames, wa» restored to the force yesterday. Scorched; Once Too ten — James Bradford, the first victim- of Mayor Ames' edict with reference to fast bicycle riding, v*s fined $10 la the polio* court yesterday. Riverside Chapel Services— So much interest was / manifested in the Holy Week services at Riverside chapel that the meetings are being continued this week. They will be held every night, except Friday, Off for the ' Philippines— Bight new recruits left: for San Francisco ,< yesterday, en route to the Philippine*. All newly enlist ed men departing from northwestern points for the Philippines are being vaccinated. One Smoker K«cape«-Eugene Bal lard, engineer of the building 120-2 First ave nue N, proved to Judge Holt's satisfaction that he was not a bad smoker yesterday, and the case against him tor violation of the smoke ordinance "was dismissed. A Mills Hotel Move—C. M. "Way, T. B. Hu...

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

. ■.'■>, VERXa Pastry Department. We have engaged an expert Pastry and Cake Baker. This department will be supplied with the richest and best cakes and pics that can be made. We also keep a full lupply of the best Bakers' Goods. lry our delicious Ger man Pound Cakes, 25c ea. Maple Syrup 1-gallon tins .. $1.00 Half gallon tins 50 Quarter gallon tins 25 Plums iSS&I'Z^:™.. 5c Peaches rb^L E!. apor. at. ed:. 7t Prunes S?*™'™!*: 3k Prunes 2S&SL 60c Preserved Pearsjc^ . 25c Quartjara IOC jars £96 Hominy ?o pr ou! ds. beßt lOi Lamp Chimneys 2fc?^ 4c Best Saver Kraut ja nr your ... 10c Garden Seeds JKiper .. Ie A _ # Excellent Marrowfat, IA. rCdi per can |(|f Eggs Eggs Special lot of extra fine eggs. Taimila** Extra standard, regular 71 A lOmaiOeS I2*c grade,for. can I2S Indiana Parlor Matches, per doz boxes, 200 count 9c Our Potatoes E%K5.r- FuU6°- Corn cS.Waw^....7oc cau6e Scrubbing Brushes £,ea^9c Peerless Market Salmon Steak 18c Halibut 12%e Fresh Cod 12% c Flesh Trout lie Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 April 1901

B '' ■ Trials of a Sickly Mother. It is not mysterious stimulants that will be permanently effective in helping these women through their tasks. What they need is a constant reinforcement of natural strength. They must have the benefit of the food they eat and they must have perfect rest at night The ideal strengthener and sustainer for sickly and overworked women is the genuine Johann Hoff's Malt Extract In it there are no un known combinations of drugs, but there are elements which assist natural strength in every way. For over half a century Johann Hoff's Malt Extract has been doing a glorious work in building up weak bodies. It makes flesh and blood and makes it in a natural way through the food you eat. You take it with your meals and the result is the perfect assimilation of food, so that its nutritive elements are intensified and show themselves in the strengthening work they do. Weak and sickly women find the genuine Johann Hoff's Malt Extract an absolutely efficient help, a...

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

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 11, 1901.^ - r - P^Tropic Try one to-night. ) \ El Mer to \ 5 Cent Cigar. \ ( BOLT 2, CLYnER & CO., Phil. \ S COX & HARRIS, ( J Distributers, ninneapolls, Minn, / ' Brings Havana l Home V to You J ARIZONA NUMBER Send for a copy of the Arizona Number — of the — KS**. UNINfi REVIEW Describing, with illustration and maps, Ari zona's mines and prospects. Price 20 cents to any part ot the world. Mining Review, Los Angeles, Cal. RAILWAY MAIL EXAMINATIONS. Special to The Journal. Sioux Palls, S. D.. April 11.—P. S. Camp bell, secretary of the local board of oivil service examiners, has just concluded exam inations for positions in the railway mail service of the United States. Those who took examinations were: Frank H. Donley vi Running Water, S. D.; Ole J. Sogge. Cen ter Point, S. I).; Harry O. Irwin, Luverne, Minn.; Morton C. Stone, Sheldon, Iowa; Al lert C. Bennett, Delmoin, S. 1).; Charles E. AVinegar, VVorthington, Minn.; Bert E. Mow er, Sioux Falls; Me...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 April 1901

10 VIAY WHEAT MADE AN ADVANCE OF A CENT Sxport Inquiry, Good Cash Trade and Hessian Fly Talk Brought Out Support. GOVT. REPORT IS DISCOUNTED trances Heavy—Primary Receipts Even With Last Year-Xewn of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 11 Wheat was off a trifle at the start this morning, but turned strong in the first trades and worked up from 69<>sc for May to 70% c. There was short covering aud mixed with it were a fair scattering of straight orders to buy wheat. The general contrariness of the market following a government report was again Illustrated. Liverpool was off in re sponse thereto, and the report in its estimate of 91.7 for general conditions was more bear i«h than any year since 1891. Against this the market gained over a cent. Support came from a considerable element who see 70c as the point around which the market will hold fcr a time. The late decline was ahi ply re sponsive to the run, of bearish news 10 date. If the remurkably favorable reports c...

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

THURSDAY EVENING. APRIL 11, 1901. WANT ADS ON j REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Edmund G. Walton (assignee) to Sarah "; A. Dtmsmeor; . lots 19 and 14, block , ■; ; 23> first division Remington Park.... $400 . Alexander Barnes' to ' James H. Chant• lot 5, block 30, Oak Park addition.... 225 Sarah' A. Durismoor and husband to lA. ' .' ' B. Clancy; part lots 13; and 14, block 23, first division Remington Park..... 450 ! Henry H. Smith and wife to Chicago, \ St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Rail way company; lot 20, block 37, En«- ' ~ sett, Moore & Case's addition; also west half lot 1, block 4. town of North Minneapolis.. ;* 100 Henry H. Smith and wife to Chicago. - St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha Rail way company; blocks 32 and 33 and . j lots 21 to 26* block 31, Basse-tt, Moore/: ' : & Case's addition; also east half lot .1. and, lots. 2..t0^6 and "reserve," * , block 4, town of North Minneapolis.. . 09,900 David Collier and wife to John A. An derson ; lot 24, block 2, Harmony te...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 April 1901

12 WANTS-Pagesll,l2.' . NUMBER Continued. $1,400—160 ACRES, WRIGHT COUNTY, MlN nesota; five Indies from Annandale; unim proved; rich soil; farms on both aides, facing . small lake; little timber; meadow cut forty tons of hay. Terms cash above a mortgage of $400 that can run or be paid. Land ought to sell for $2,400. Marcus P. Hobart, Phoe nix building. . - m $500—80 ACRES, TURTLE LAKE. WIS.; EX oallent land; on main road, stream, school, creamery; sacrifice; owner going west. 707 Sykes block. 5Q REAL BSTATB—EXCHANGE TWO FINE MODERN HOUSES, 10 ROOMS each; best locations: well rented, good repair; ■tor Improved or wild lands. Cash, 10 bicycle*, 11 Anoka lots for merchandise; also 80 acres near St. Louis Park and lots for grocery, stock; will give good deal. Geo. B. Dartt. 807 Phoenix building. . s]/ SITUATIONS WANTED ~ ■ MALE ~ "~ """" WANTED—BY AN EXPERIENCED, SOBER man, job as second cook. Will do any job in kitchen to start. Address O 944, Journal. MAN WANTS POSITION WITH A. FUTURE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIi PRICE TWO CENTS. CRISIS WILL COME TONIGHT Forty-four Builders Give Car penters an Ultimatum. NO UNION LABEL GOES Carpenters, Builders Say, Must Ac cept Material Without Question. EMERGENCY MEET ON WEDNESDAY Builders Want to Face Uttne— Hall the Carpenter* Would Yield. There Is a crisis at hand in Minneapolis labor circles,, the statements and pro testations of the labor officials to the con trary notwithstanding. At 6 o'clock to-night every one of the forty-four contractors comprising the membership of the Minneapolis Builders' association will call their men together and give them the option of continuing in their service of the distinct understand ing that they handle any material that may come to them or quitting on the spot. In effect it is a "lock-out." The Builders' association took this ac tion at an emergency meeting Wednesday evening. It was the wellnigh unanimous sentiment that they had dodged the issue too long already and that for security and pe...

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

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE BONUS FOB SCRIBES Senate Knocks Out the "Hoary Old Steal." JOURNAL AND TIMES DECLINED A ■ ' . ' • ' \oi Lnuiiuii Friend*, of the . Meas ure to Suspend the __. Rule*. The state senate adjourned sine die at 12:30 to-day, . after the usual courtesies. Senator Stockton was again chosen presi dent of the senate. On behalf of the sen ate. Senator Young, in an eloquent speech, presented Lieutenant Governor Smith with a set of Motley's works, and Sena tor Johnson presented Secretary , Langum with a copy of the senate photo graphic group. The usual set of "josh" resolutions was read, and hilarity pre vailed. One time-honored custom was departed from, that of appropriating $150 for repre sentatives of the dally papers. The prac tice was denominated this morning as a "hoary old Bteal," and came in for some other hard knocks. A resolution had been introduced yesterday by Senator Brower, voting $150 to the representatives of ail the dailies except those of the Times and T...

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