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

- FRIDAY EVENING, 'APRIE 12, I9OT. Is£Fldro>eimJ SHOE | SHOE A Well-Made SHoe for I Well-Dressed Men | ./SMV Nothing <Betier /¥55.00 ]*A Me pair and up vjgfcjfl When you want H Durability and a. "Well-SKod" Feeling', try If The FLORSHEIM SHOE | \» 'iV-^jIffIBSSBEB^HBBBBSESBBHBBI^^BBB^H I" Well-Shod" Feeling, try B The FLOR3HEIM SHOE 111 H|lllllllll ■ ' "■■■'"■ Sold by Stan 1 I 412 Nicollet advent*em KSgl Mi mi 111 K£w9 E3l Bit ■5-jRi m ES V| ■ i BffiSß B8 Hill 3861 JULJc. st.'p.m. aa.RY.il ■■■11 Ticket office. 418 Nlcollet At.. Phone, 240 Main tEx. Sun. Others daily. ! Leave I Arrive Badger Mate Express- ? 7:60 10:45 Chi'go, Mllw'kee.Madlson) am pin Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pmii:s6 am Chicago— Fast Mail C:ia pnij 9:03 am North-Western Limited- ) 7:30 ' 8:16 I'iii'xo, Milw'kee.Madlson ( pm am Wausau,F.dul,ae,Greenßay j 6:25 pm; 9:00 am Duluth. Superior. Ashland.. t8:10 ami+s:2o pm Twilight Limited- / | 4:00 j 10:30 Dulutn, Superior.Ashland J pm pm SuClty, Omaha,Deadwood...

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. — 12 April 1901

1 THE JOURNAL LUOIAN SWIFT, J. & MoLAIN, , MANAORR. V.* .. 1-'■** ".f' EDITOR : ■>.:. : THE] JOURNAL is published I every evening:, except 4 Bandar*; at ; 4T-4U . Fourth. Street Sooth, Journal Buildinv, Minneapolis, Minn. : .^ C. j. iniison, Manager Foreign Adver tising: Department.-". - ' : " '=- NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. ' . ' • ,: ■ '.;•■■■ • CHICAGO OFFICE—SO7,'3OB Stock Ex change building.. . ; ,1: SUBSCRIPTION ' TERMS .Payable to The Journal Printing; Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month 10.35 One copy, three months ...1.00 : One copy, six months.*... 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eva. 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 HAS SERVED THE WHOLE STATE Alexandria Post-News. As the Post-News has often censured The Minneapolis Journal, it therefore is an es pecial pleasure to praise it now. The Journal, by its action during the pr...

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. — 12 April 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, 'APBTB 12, 1001. - UUilMl.lJ£Wgi v ULMt2NS DLUuHi /^^mfh^ X r l T ■ BOYS' NOTHING-SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY. ~*^S-&M:- :[M^ <•«, .. .- ~^p~~-~^ ~~~^O \ rJ \?M Xl HII &■* M IJgg Hh Hlf ? Boys' Wool Double-Breasted . Suits— Just to please the boys a YOUTHS' SUITS-11 tn 9n Ypc f'-i tt " ' U -VV V * ' <l^()at''/JfM Visit the Tea Room. iTiiiiineryi Isj&Taiis^^stfs?^* j—r ~ ■ ftSf'sw-^s ?f ?/yif•' < c ■ ■-■■•■-■ •-- 0 >in the lot Satur- HS ■ **■ *% \\ >—•*. // made double or single breasted in tine \J"llj^' " v **«.• ' 5 Coffee and Cinnamon Buzz. \* a Some Amazing Hat Bargains for Saturday. Jday :. 111 .. l M* ■ m%M%M \\ ; /C\ // Jluech eviots, oxfordgrays andbrown ' *rjf^ -V • ' I Chocolate & Cinnamon Buzz [ AllLi / V'-v ■ S „ ,„ t , „ .. \\ . Io««"'m«| // paia3, worth £f* m jf*| #■ < ' *•// ■-.■-..•■ < Tea and Cinnamon Buzz.... )^ VV <We are the leaders in the nonilHr nrireH hat for S Boys' Double-Breasted Suits—7 to -16 \\ W // k<&...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS^ Judge Enlng Here—Judge Ewing of Chicago, who is to speak on Christian Science at the Lyceum theater to-night, arrived in the city this morning. Commercial Club Cafe—On account of enlarging the kitchen, the Commercial Club cafe will be closed after to-day lor a brief period. The management hop© to have it open by the first of next week.' Two Home* Burned—Two horses were burned >o death in a fire which destroyed a large barn iv tbe rear of 1111 Nicollet avenue early yesterday. The building was owned by Key. J. F. Chaflee ana was ocrupied by John Whalen, a feed man who owned the horses. The loss will be $500, covered by in surance. A Young' MlHilonary—lngvald M. J. Hotvedt. medical college. 1899, of the univer sity, visited his alma mater this week. He will take a three months' course at tbe Lon don School of Tropical Medicine and then visit Germany before returning to bis work as a medical missionary at Faucheng, China. Sodden Death—David H. Davis, aged 4u years, for m...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 12, 1901. YERXA 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 supply of the best Bakers' Goods. Try our delicious Ger man Pound Cakes, 25c ea. The finest Angel Cakes, each 30c Superior Jelly Rolls, each 10c Crackers, soda or oyster, lb 6c Fresh Baked. . Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each 5c Fancy Lemons, d»z „ 10c Strawberries, box '. 25c 10-lbs Sweet Potatoes for 25c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck 10c Chill Sauce, bottle 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Persian Dates, lb 5c California Figs, in one-pound pa 6c Plumt--'SSBS?S.^!r!:.^ t... 5c Peaches aD. cyEvaporated: 7« Prunes {b oo*™^ a!;.. 3k Prunes ££&£*: 80c Preserved Pearsie. *-****« guartjars IOC jars £QC Hominy ndsbest IDs Lamp Chimneys «a o ch2Aurora 4c Best Saver Kraut fc?~ .. 10c Garden Seeds SFpV Ie Dam* Excellent Mar...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

s Correct Fashionable Dre-s-t from Head to Foot. &*> 'jaHBJ [ i; Men's $15 and $18 S\iits, $10.* \ At $10 —These snits are a special bargain for economical buyers who wish to dress in the correct fashion for youngish men. The broad rounded shoulders, the shapeliness at the waist and the fullness over the hips give to these suits a markedly swagger appearance far ahead of the usual custom tailor work at $20 to 925. Our price, $10. The fabrics are Scotch Cheviots and Fancy Worsteds. The price is marked down from $15 and $18 to $10, a direct benefit to each purchaser of at least $5. fMEN'S HATS, $1, 2, 5, 4, 5.j We sell more hats than anybody else—why? Because we give the best return for your money possible, carry a tremendously varied stock, plenty of sizes and shapes—and buy the hat back if you don't like it when you get it home. We sell the Knox $5.00 because it is the best hat made for style, and many men will pay anything to get the best We sell Derbys and Fedoras for $2.00...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FKIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1 12, 1901. "N- BROWNING KING &CO C. J. GUTGBSELL, Mgr. 20th CENTURY BOYS. "THE hoys are bound to be brought up to * 20th cefftury notions, and why not in the matter of clothes. Our suits for the little fellows are all that our suits for their fathers are, in style, and fit and workmanship. Of course the prices for Boys' Suits are much less. Nobby Norfolk and Sailor Suits, **» *4 *5 to *12 Knee Pant Suits (2-piece) *J W *4 *5 tO '10 11/ E ask special attention to the quality of our ** Boys Suits appropriate for confirmation, and also to our beautiful showing of Boys" Spring Furnisliings, Hats and Caps at popular prices. FAC-3JMILE Or SIGN DISPLAYED | JBY^PEALERS. SELUNG || THg llk Ik*l BSt Ifl »*■ « r — BOOKLETS SHOWING NUMEROUS COM^ATiqNSOF^O^aM^ED^EL KILLED BY BURGLARS Man la Shot While Trying to Rescue His Wife. Pittsburg, April 12. — Thomas D. Kahney, a grocer at 13 Albert street, Mount Washington, about 3 o'clock this morning, was shot and almost insta...

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

10 i ffr l". Pitt■ l+* JaJ -iti^KC ' ■>'*jB i.^^T^^S3 I 1 ff^-'* >?!2^h^^''^jßSft^i'' *41 \i+)d BEST*' 1 : ■• '■ ■■" v "" ' - - ' ' . ■ . ■■- 1 "'»-.-; : " --'■' '>■- ?S£ FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS * NASTURTIUMS All High-Grade Flower Seeds Oo to ' ; — ; —-—■.'— ■■ . € ...:..-, Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Lawn Grass Seed gS^. 1 quart 20c 2 quarts ...4*..... 35c lpeck 80c lbnshel -. , , $3.00 WhiteXlover *««> 25c Excelsior Lawn Dressing Plant Food and Japanese Palm Fooo ForiSW Miss H. B. WHITTED, Florist N,coi£? A v e . MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Charles D. White & Co. Are offering extra good values in Sterling Silver, Cut Glass and Fancy Goods, suitable for Wedding Gifts See their stock before making your selections. The latest style in Wedding Cards. . 407 NICOLLET AVENUE. For Men Only IDEAL SHOES $3.5Q Are. the finest quality, the most com fortable and stylish $3.50 shoe in the world. ■-;■,■'• -;- ■.' -'■'•• ■:-,,-. . ; ' . ASK TO SEE THE ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1901. LADIES' SHOES Handsome new Spring Boots. Our styles are exclusive and original with us. Our shoes are the pret . tiest in the city. These special offerings for Saturday. Ladles' heaqy sole exten —w^m sion edge, kid, lace boot, V- i \IQ $3.00 shoe. ai «f» V Wu. Saturday vliOw D \*V» Ladies's2.6o boot.stamped II \«T and advertised at that II V" V price; new, dull 01 f£f| v r \*\L- top- bal'y 9»vU n fin Ladles' fine vlcl kid, // ?TKl3^k lace> hand turn sole, // >S*ssosi city made An nr U >■ t\«S\ shoe >Sat- • ■ 0 i^^ j ..." Y^BS- Ladles' new Clover V^Ni^^^^ \#w pattern lace boots, Ik. I>fv/^^V Y\2k dull Wd top, specialty V«0 \.\^^ $3.60 shoe. Sat" Ladles 1 latest French kid, lace, French heel, patent trimmed heel and tip; 0 m T| c Hshoe. Saturday «£■ 10 MAA— The grandest line of ladles' fine aW boots in the city at $3; the finest feeling and fitting shoe. Very latest style. See these. Worth $4. Ladles' Heavy Sole Patent Tip Lace, welt ex t...

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

12 The Work of the Minnesota Legislature Reviewed. HIE record made by the Minnesota legislature which adjourns to-day is the best in the history of the state. A high mark has been set for succeeding legislatures to emulate. Never were so many important measure* presented to a Minnesota 1 legislature, and never were measures given more thorough consideration. The record of bills passed is a splendid one. To one unfamiliar with the work of the session, it is only necessary to glance at the following statement of work accomplished. The legislature which adjourned to-day Elected two United States senators. Reapportioned the state into nine congressional districts. Provided for a commission to revise and codify the tax laws of the state. Provided for a commission to revise and codify the statutes. Passed a primary election law, by which party nominees will be chosen directly by the people. Created a state board of control to supplant separate boards in the management of the charitable, p...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENINGv APRIL 12, 1901. THE WORK OF THE MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE REVIEWES. great flourish of trumpets, within a week of the caucus. The feeling of the Evans men toward Mr. Lowry was very ■ bitter. They maintained that Mr. Lowry's candi dacy was an impossible one and served only to beat Mr. Evans. With more votes in sight than any other candidate and with little hope of gaining many, the Evans men were in favor of a caucus at the earliest possible moment. There was much jockeying over the caucus question. The Evansites desired it to be held immediately after the joint caucus which nominated Senator Knute Nelson to a second term on the evening of Jan. 7. \el*Oii Caucus Trouble. But so afraid were the anti-Evans men of some trap that trouble was encoun tered in fixing the Nelson caucus for an early date. I nited States Marshal Grim ahaw first undertook to get a Nelson caucus by causing a call to be circulated for signatures. The anti-Evans men re fused to sign this at first. Event...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

li The Work of the Minnesota Legislature Reviewed. pects. Both are able attorneys and strong speakers, as well as men of firm integ rity. They are James A. Peterson, of the forty-second district, Minneapolis, and W. B. Anderson of Winona. These two were the able lieutenants of Jacobson in support of the gross earnings bill, and it Avas the generalship of the trio that turned a forlorn hope into victory and rout. Even had the gross earnings bill never been in troduced, Peterson and Anderson would have taken commanding positions. The Minneapolis man was on the floor oftener, and made a greater reputation as a speak er, but what Anderson said carried per haps more weight because he was not heard so frequently. They were pitted against each other on the reapportion ment question, and on various occasions, and the honors were pretty even. There ■was always the best of feeling, however, and the gross earnings fight brought them into accord. Peterson more than realized the hopes of his fri...

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. — 12 April 1901

FRIDAI EVENING. rAPEIL' 12, 1901. The Work of the Legislature. Beat tax levy of 30 mills for the support of State normal schools. The Johnsrud county option billl. BILLS THAT BECAME LAWS Bills that have received the signature of Governor Van Sant are given herewith in a classified list, according to the ob ject of the measure. The labor of com paring and enrolling takes considerable time and the bills of the last two day 3 have not yet reached the governor's hands. He has three day 3in which to »igu them. Educational. S. F. 47, McCarthy— Amending section 1, ©hayter 102, general laws of 1899, providing for the issue of bonds for the purchase of sites and weotlng school houses iv indepen dent school districts. H. F. 10L Alley—Amending section 3668, general statutes of 1894, relating to the or ganization of new school districts. H. F. 301, Pope—Repealing the special 2 xnlll school tax in Kanabec county. H. F. 97, Wallace—To increase the number of high schools in any county entitled to ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

16 SARATOGA OIL & PIPE LINE CO. OF 1 BEAUMONT, TEXAS. Capital Stock $1,000,000, fully paid and non-assessable. Another Great Gusher . The Great Lucas Gusher, Near Beaumont, Texas. Oil Column Reaching a Height of 200 Feet. The Flow Has Been neasured and Amounts to 70,000 Barrels Per Day. f^k Isn't it kPfoousn V^/^ to pay $5.00 jl fora hat when r ■.-■ you can buy The Gordon for so ■ •*> Lf or so less f much less ( tURSE DRiNK WHITE DOVC CURE nerver falls to destroy crav ing for strong drink, the appetite for which cannot exut after using this remedy. Given In any liquid With or without Knowledge of patient; tasteless; »i at Voegell Bros, and Gamble & Ludwlg. druggists. Omega Oil for sore FEET Just about the worst pain of all comes from sore feet. Some people have to take off their shoes right in the middle of the day because their feet hurt them so. If these same people would first bathe their feet in warm water, and then rub them with Omega Oil, they could wear their shoes...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1901. IM^li»[o ■C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. ■ 415-17-19 Nicollet Aye. The New Spring Suit. TT-S choice ought to be a matter of some -1 . consideration. The price isn't the only, thing to think of. If you want trustworthy 1 material and the - best fit, style and workmanship obtainable, come here. Our '1901' Spring Suits and Top Coats have established a new standard of excellence in Clothing Ready-to-wear. * .v W. The prices are the Lowest for which Good Clothing can be sold. >. $10, 512, 515»n d sißtoS2s '' -" ■■-■~.' -'• ** Ai?',-'-- ■ ' "No Clothing Fits Like Ours." . Wi. DOUGLAS ♦3,12 SHOE tXSSi MEN'S* $5 SHOES FOR 53.50. I make and sell more men's $3.50 shoes than any other two manufacturers in the world. The real worth of my $3.50 shoes compared with other makes is $5.00. My large business permits me to buy the high grade leathers used in $5.00 shoes, at a less price than small manufacturers. This combined with my system of selling at one profit through my...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

18 WHEAT GAINED ONE CENT, BUT LOST IT AGAIN Heavy Clearances for the Day and for the Week Gave the Strong Turn. THE CASH SITUATION VERY FIRM So Further Hessian Fly Develop ment Reported—General Sew» of the Session. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 12.—Wheat made another gain to-day. The early market was firm on the higher range established by yesterday's advance. May opened V t c higher at 70% c and sold to 71%e. At first there was a little short selling on the theory that the Liverpool cable showing a gain of %@3 B d was merely recovery from their slump on the government report, and th&t Liverpool has as yet shown no response to our later advanoe of a cent. What pres sure came from this source had little effect. The market showed stability and apparently is settling into firmer lines around the pres ent basia. In the early news it was reported that clearances were running very heavy. This helped the firmness and with Argentine shipments lighter and northwestern receipts v...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 19, 20. REAL ESTATE TRASNFERS H. C. Kinney and wife to Union Land and Improvement"-company, lot : 19,. block 69, West Minneapolis, second division ..'... .".."....;:."........... $160 Eva E. Kneeland to : Union Land and Improvement company, lot 21,' block ''■ „ ' 69, and lot 4, block 70, West Minne apolis, second division .'.../... 320 Bertha E. Nelson and husband to John F. Walsh, lot 5, block 15,: Slbley addition ........-..:. k . 2,200 John Reutelsterz and wife to George D. • Dayton, lot '4, block 56, town of Minneapolis .............%,..; 11,000 ' Elmer F. Coddiugton and wife to Union Land and Improvement company, lot 22, block 69, West Minneapolis, sec ond divis^ipu .':'.;—....::.::....;,. V...'. 160 ; John Miller and wife to - Edwin N. Moran, lot 6 in section 17. town 116, range 22 600 Susie B. Russell to Union Land and J Improvement company, lot 20, block ' V 69, West Minneapolis^ second division 160 Isaac H. Claggett and wife...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 April 1901

So WANT ADS ON PAGES 19, 20. NUMBER 4O—Continued. ACRES, ALL IN ONE TOWNSHIP, through which the Northern Pacific railway runs; good hardwood timber land; $3.25 per acre; will retail for $7 and $8 per acre. 200 seres, one-fourth mile from station; log bouse, stable, well; 10 acres under plow; |tf per acre. 74 acres, beautifully situated oa Cedar lake, «lx miles west of Altkln; 30 &cr»s seeded to flax; rich loam soil; one mile Xrom station; $1,000. B. M. Hungerford, Ait kin. Minn. TWO BARGAINS—RENT OR SALE, EIGHTY 1 acres, near Excelsior; 7ft acres, near city. Wm. H. Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loan building. TOR REN fT—l2O ACRESGOOD FARM LAND, ■with buildings; good location for stock; near Wayzata, Lake Minnetonka. Address 1316 •tb, st N, Minneapolis^ 132 ACRES, TWO MILES FROM STATION; SO acres cleared; good buildings; clay loam ■oil; price $1,600; or, with stock, implement*, «tc, $2,600. 173 acres, four miles Irom Ait kin; beautifully situated on Cedar Lake; good Improvements; no finer...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJRNAIL PRICE TWO CENTS. IT WILL BE A LOCKOUT Master Builders So Decide This Afternoon. BE EFFECTIVE AT ONCE Work by Union Carpenters to Stop To-night. SASH AND DOOR MEN'S PLANS They May All Dlttpenite With the I'nlon Label—Carpenter*' Position Defined. There will not be a carpenter among all the 300 or more in the employ of the Mas ter Builders' association at work Monday morning. At a meeting of the association this afternoon it was voted unanimously to yield not a single point in their con tentions with the carpenters' union, and it was agreed to announce to the men to night that they would have no further need for their services until they stood ready to work under the rules of the Mas ter Builders' association. The carpenters on their part at their meeting last night voted with but a single dissenting voice to hold steadfastly to the rules of their own organization. Neither side will give an inch and the issue is joined. Carltn Hope*. Phil Carlin, secretary of...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

2 REVOLT OF NATIVES 3eneral Uprising Throughout South Africa Is Feared. BOER LEADERS HELP IT ALONG The Native Minister* Are Preaching: '•Africa for African*"—No More Troop*. Mmw York Sun Snaotml Sopvtom. .. X ■-, London, April 13.—Advices from Pleter : . maritzburg show that there la peril of a general uprising of the natives through ( out South Africa against Great Britain ; and all European suzerainty. . \.*' The seditions thus far reported among the tribes in and around the Transvaal and Cape Colony are of a. serious na ture. The movement is headed by native ministers, who preach the doctrine of "Africa for the Africans," and incite' them to throw off the yoke of what they, call 'the tyranny of the whites." The agita tion is fanned by Boer leaders, it is said, who will not hesitate to Join issue with the aborigines. The British authorities are carefully . watching the propaganda and the meet ings of natives and Boers. They are re luctant to interfere, however, through • fear of m...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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