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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1901. Famous American Vetrans r ""'' __i <8& BBftBB s§>]g|2s ® m RWOUS AKEfUCMI'sfIIMERS jjjljj «fANZ> VETERANS WHO ATTEST « gj TO THE «REAT MERITS S fff •* PE-RU-NA . ||g AND SOLDIERS ENDORSE PE=RU=NA NOTHING HELPS IN SPRING LIKE PERUNA Captain Bnrtla Recovers. Captain J. J. Burtis, captain of Company A, Twentieth Ohio volunteers, writes from 1>34 Lincoln aye., Chicago, 111., as follows: "I know by experience that Petuna is a wonderful medicine for kidney troubles. 1 suffered for years with bladder and kid ney trouble, nothing helped me except temporarily, but when a friend told me of Peruna I felt at once that I had found something which would cure me. Relief came soon and I was entirely cured in a very short time, and have had no trouble since. I keep it in the house and take some occasionally, as it prevents my catching cold."—J. J. Burtis. Major Mars Is Strong Again. Major T. H. Mars, of the First Wiscon sin cavalry regiment, writes f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

% A MIGHTY HEALER Cures the Sick by Mystic Power. YOU CAN KNOW HIS SECRET FREE. Marvelous New Treatment Which Conquers All Diseases. You Can Be Cured at Home Gener ous Offer of Prof. Ad kin, '■ * '-"glj^.f'. '■ '■ PROF. THOS. F. ADKIN. "I oonsider it a crime to experiment with the health of the people," says Prof. Thom as F. Adkiu, president of the Institute of Physicians and Surgeons. "If I did not know positively and absolutely that my new lome treatment will cure every known dis ease, even when all other methods of treat ment fail, I would consider I was committing ft crime to make such a statement to the public. Nothing is so precious to a man as his health—nothing so horrible as an untime ly grave. Little ills, if not promptly cured, often result in obstinate chronic diseases. I believe that my new discovery, ■•Vitaopathy," is the most marvelous treatment ever known and I intend to give Its secrets to the world. 1 intend that every man, woman and child shall know its teachings....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SiKi: uui j3^ ?6-^;. j±i; \yffi Jn , a j^i^tj' 7 o.3^^ idox^ MwM A full stock of Patton's Sun Proof Paints can bt» had at the following places: An drews & Sullivan, 610 Ist ay S; F. C. Smith, 1401 Western ay; Peter Faber, 211 Plymouth ay; r. C. Kichards, 005 E 24th st; M. Chils trom, 2 West Lake st: WalOron & .Co., 2600 Lyndale ay S; F. Hirschfleld. 243 20th ay N; M. Rose, 110 Washington ay X; J. Trump, Kobbimdale. When you buy Cygnus Shoes you know \fwf/l Bg 11/ iy/ x"^ \ Wj just what you are buying. They are al- I w\Cj/ \ ways the very highest quality, the most V/ y 1 k I , elegant shape and perfect fit —and they ff^i cost you the same wherever you buy them. ■/ I V fl I BABY'S FIRST CLOTHES. £jSj A Bargain for Mothers We offer the greatest bargain of the twentieth century— Infant's Outfit, worth $8, for the small sum of $4.95; and we pay the express to your house on all orders received before May Ist. This Infant's Outfit consists of four long cam bric dresses, well made a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Grand Jury Reports— grand Jury reported to Judge McGee late Ibis after- BOOli. Delinquent Taiei-Taxes become de linquent May «LL not May 3, as an. error made it appear. -■ New Revenue District — Samuel N. Xichols, deputy collector of internal revenue, has bees assigned to the new sixth division, consisting of Hennepin, Siherburne and Anoka counties. Recently the three deputies were dropped and Che state was redistricted. Hen nepin county was the former sixth division. Minnesota Dally- Editors—The board of directors of tt»e Minnesota Daily this af ternoon elected the following board of ed itors: Managing editor, O. P. McEtmeel; business manager, J. A. Banger; associate editors, Bruce F. Harris, L. A. Confer, F. O. Fernald, E. L. Dills and! Ralph I* Wedge. Dropsy Caused Heath—A post mor tem, neld yesterday, over the remains of John Svee, the lumberjack that was found dead in his room at the Harvard hotel yes terday afternoon, showed that death was due to dropsy. Svea has t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATUEDAY EVENING. APEIL 13, 190 L MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST SO. MI.VXKAPOL.fa. ?Il\X. Capital ....... $300,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2*k& Allowed. on ** Ia- on • Deposits. Cr^-iSSSL: Legal Depository Qt.Qk 2" v L Trust Fund 5........ . INVESTMENTS—ExceUent First Mort gagee and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. MAJTBTY UIPMIT VACLTi, When in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden West Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third ins. Se. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.60 per day; European plan, 60c, 75c. $1 and $1.60, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. MAKE NO MISTAKE ON Water Filters THE HYGEIA FILTERS are the Most Reliable and Inexpensive. Don't buy any others before you see them at 604 Sykes Block. E. ll* Anderson, Agent. IRON AND WIRE FENCES, BANK AND OFFICE BAILINGS, Window Guards, IRON STAIRS.etc. Write ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

_i_ FAMOUS CLARA BARTON The Universally Loved and Honored President of The Red Cross Society Gives Her Endorsement For Or, Greene's Nervura. Clara Barton, the Best Known Woman in the World, and Head of the Great Benevolent Red Cross Order, gives Recognition to Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy. Miss Barton by her Encour aging Words, thus Widens Her Helpful Influence to All Classes and Conditions of People who Need Health and Strength. Who does not know of Clara Barton and the great society of which she is the practical, hard working President ? Ask any of the Boys in Blue, who so gloriously upheld our banners in the Spanish War; ask them who is the most heroic woman in the world, and they Will answer with one accord " Clara Barton." Superintending in person, in the midst of those fever stricken ranks in Cuba, the supplies and the medicines which our own government failed to pro- Tide, Clara Barton's services to our soldiers will ever remain fresh in their memories. It is b...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY E^nSOTSTG, APEIL 13, 1901. COLDS I regard my COLD CURE as more valuable than a life Insurance policy. It not only cures colds in the head, colds in the lungs, colds in the bones, but it wards off dangerous diseases such as grippe, diphtheria, pneumo nia, and consumption.—flUNYON. Munyon's Rheumatism Cure seldom fails to relieve la one to three hours, and cures in a few days. Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure positively cures all forms of indigestion and stomach trouble. Munyon's Cough Cure stops coughs, night sweats, allays soreness and speedily heals the lungs, Munyon's Kidney Cura quickly cures pains in the back, loins or groins,and all formsof kidney disease. Muayoo'sVitalizerrestoreslostpowersto weak men. All the cures ar« 15 cents, at any drug store. >luny«E'i Guide to Health should be in the hands of every mother. It will help them to know the symptoms of every disease ana tell them the proper treatment. Sent free to any address. Munyon, New York and Philadelphia. Ml XTON'S ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

in WANT ADS ON PAGES 10,11,12 REAL ESTATE TRASNFERS Walter C. Newhall and wife to Robert • C. Pierce; part lots 13, 14 and 15, block 15, Lincoln Street supplement... $2,000 Marie J. Myers, Harrison .; D. Myers, < . Marie ■P, Phelps ;■ and husband and Jessie M. Tupper to Virginia P. Mar tin; part lot 12, block 13, Baker's sec ond addition .r..................... . .750 Mary L., Fish and•husband to Thomas J. Jones and wife; lot 5, Seallum Gate's addition 400 Jessie *M. Tupper to Virginia P. Mar : tin; lot 12, block 13, Baker's second addition .. IS. Thomas A. Budds and wife to John W. . Budds; part lot 1, block 22, St. An thony City ....:....:.................. 450 Florence J. Jennison and husband to , Charles C. Webber; part lots 19 and 20, block 3, J. S. Johnson's subdi vision ....... 2,520 Laura D. Hammond to Alfred J. Samp ; son; lot 9, block 3, Butler's second • addition ........:............:.. ;.» 3,000 .Frank B. Underhill and George W. Eastman, as executors, to Virginia P. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

V VmTTTIT\ t' - ' '' - ' "•'■.■ '-' ":"■■•-* • ■ "—I. 3Q MISCELLANEOUS ' MEDIUM-SIZED FIREPROOF SAFE $2 PER month, 212 Nicollet. - •■*-■■' j ;/ ELITE HALL, 500 rE 24TH ST; FINE AP pointments and ventilation; just the place for social gatherings and club parties. Apply Nickels & Smith,"' Sll Nicollet ay, room 2. 'Phone, Main 104. '■ -v:; :^ >^ '„ - »-■: m. ■■'. 31 HELP WANTED—MALE . WATCHES CLEANED, $1; MAIN SPRINGS, $1; warranted one year. Paegel's. 22 3d st S. FREE EYE DISPENSARY—ALL -WORTHY poor treated daily, from 8 to 10 a. m.,223 Hc-nnepln ay. - .....: ] WANTED— A* GOOD PAINTER"AND ONE good ; paper-hanger. .. Also man to do. grain ing. ' 974 Cromwell ay, St. Anthony Park. SUITS SPONGED, pressed while ■ you wait, 60c. Starr Steam Cleaning' House. 622 Hen. 1 7T^. H .. 1 .. H .^^,, 1 , 1 ,, 1 ., 11 . H ..p^ •i- TAILORS NOTICE —WE NEED ? •}• MORE FIRST-CLASS BUSHELM EN 4. •!- AND PRESSERS. WILL PAY MORE * WAGES THAN ANY ONE PAYS AND 4. • • GIVE YOU STEADY WORK THE 4 • • YEAR...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

12 " WANT ADS ON PAGES 10,11, 12 M'MBKH 48—Continued. THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY IS ■ues a printed catalogue with maps of abso lutely the best bargains in vacant lots. 300 Hennepin ay. FOR SALE OR LEASE-198X157 FEET TO SO-foot alley, on a central corner; possible trackage; coavoclest to mills and depots. O 3d. Laraway & Son, Back of Commerce build lcg. NICE LOT ON NEWTON AY N, TWO blocks from Perm ay cars, $275. Lot on 15th ay S, between Lake and 31st, near Powderhorn park and car line; desir able; make offer. The Finance Company of Mjjrnesota, 620 Temple Court. FOR HOMB OB INVEJSTMENT^A\\ TAY down town, Mary place lot, between 12th and 13th sts, for few days cheap. Apply owner, Mrs. Cole, Hotel Richmond. TWO LOTS"IN GItOVELANLrXDDIfKDN ON Aldrich ay, halt block from Hennepin; desir able, cheap. Baily, 507 New York Life build ing : __ FINE LOT ON NICOLLET AY AND 33D ST; * special bargain; all on time. S. H. Findley, £>17 Audrus building. BUSINESS LOT ON 3D ST. NEAR HBNNK pin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

PART IZ SMB JOURNAL JUNIOR, THE MISFORTUNES OF PORTO RICO Hers Has Thus Far Not Been a Happy Lot Under American Rule—Yet Sht Is Submissive and Very Different From Peevish, Arrogant Cuba. [p==BBOOR little unfortunate Porto |1 Rico! W A Sne did not inveigle the United States into a war in her imiMl behalf, nor having received our aid does she try to shut the door in our face. She welcomed our troops, has neither asked for independence, nor talked of revolution. She has only sug gested that having been accepted as a part of the United States her people should share in the rights and benefits of its citizenship. Her course has been vastly different to that of her peevish sister, Cuba. She has been submissive instead of arrogant, hospitable to Ameri cans, not even craving self-government. ▲ Combination of "Woes. Disappointed in not receiving the pros perity she expected, she has hardly com plained when her people have starved by the thousands, and her commerce was almost destroyed. This ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew FAITH FOR THE ELITE Accusation Made Against Twentieth Century Christianity. THE LONDON CHRISTIAN WORLD It Ilt't-lurea That Protestant Chris tianity .\eed» a Coat of ; Plctureaqneneaa. A cablegram from London says that •taid Church of England men and women Ware upset in the midst of Eastertide re joicings over the demand of the Christian World for "dramatic religion. 1' That long established organ of conservative church men devoted its Easter greeting to an earnest plea for a religion "which shall appeal to the eye, ear and imagination of the people." • It asserts that Christianity enters the twentieth century degenerated into a mere faith for the elite, and that it needs a coat of picturesqueness to bring it In touch with the masses. It calls for the rejection of puritanism and the substitu tion of some of the spectacular features so common in the Salvation Army. The Christian World goes on to say: Christian World's \\ ail. We are face to face with the query whether...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1901. IN THE REALM OF MUSIC The third and last concert of the Philhar monic Club, which was postponed from April I<\ will take place Friday evening in Wesley church. The chorus numbers 125 voices, and has been in active preparation for this con cert for two months. The fact that Mr. Ober Hotter, the club's musical director, and the management are endeavoring to give Minneapolis the opportunity of hearing the best musical works in the best manner, is proved by the fact that the club will sing two cantatas, Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise" and Goring Thomas' "Swan and Skylark." Both of these works will be given with a large orchestra and are exacting upon the chorus as well as the assisting artists. The principal parts, that of soprano and tenor, will be sung by Madame Lucille Tewksbury of Chicago and George Hamlin, who have both earned national reputations in their interpretations of the solo work in "Swan and Skylark." The contralto part is in the hands ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

g THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, manager. editor. THE JOURNAL. !■ published •very evening, except Sunday, at *7-4B Fourth Street South, Journal Building. Minneapolis, Minn. C. j. miitiott, 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 ':-;?V ' " Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS . ; Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give th«ir former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued, until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS ! Subscribers will please notify ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1901 e "Being on Lager" •■■ «u_ j^^ _1& ' signifies - the t^^^^s^^^^Storing of beer to properly mature. Jtt The enormous cold rJfiSi|V!?* storage capacity of Anheusef;BuschßfewingAss'n St. Louis, U. S. A. enables them to "lager" their beers five to six months before bottling,thus insuring age, flavor and healthfulness. Brewers of the famous Budweiser, Black & Tan, Faust, Anheuser- Standard, Pale-Lager, Export Pale, Michelob and Exquisite. NEW STORAGE BATTERY INVENTED BY EDISON A Rare Metal Used, Cadmium, That Is Something Like Tin—Ad vantages Over the Batteries Now in Use. Fl&e>. \, Z AND 3r-EDISON'S.STORAGE BATTERY $jrfm, "Bet ♦ ••• M.'•!•••*•••'!•> 6 -*i •_- •: •:- (rf •••;#♦ ••, • ; • >i<x^ -.: .* ..- . j ••'•;•• ••»• yt/yZ^' % •■- •' 3- .-: Mpi:::;:;:;;:::-^ 111 I I ii aPe/ Hi DESCRIPTION" OF EDI SON'S NEW BATTERY. Figure 1 gives a perspective view of a pla pair of plates, and figure :! a vertical cross- The plate marked lis ma...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

JL THEATERS BILLS OS* THE 'WEEK "Rupert Of Hentiu"-at the Met ropolitan. Royal I Jlllputlans— «t th© Bijou. Ramblers Burleiauers >- at the Dewey, Howard Gould, In "Rupert of Hentaao," 'will be the attraction at the Metropolitan for four eights and Wednesday matinee, beginning to-morrow "RUPERT OP night. Anthony Hope's romantic tale HENTZA.U." of i love, hatred and intrigue 7 has been given an elaborate production. The com pany engaged to support ■ that sterling young romantic star, • Howard" Gould, is from the Lyceum • theater, - New York- The etory of the play deals mainly with the same characters as were' presented in "The Prisoner of Zenda," which relates the adventures of Rudolf Rassendyll -while impersonating Rudolf V. of! Ruri tenia, with whom he was connected by descent, and to whom lie bore a remarka ble resemblance. The ting having been HOWARTJ GOULD, In "Rupert of Hentzau," at the M etropolitan the first half of next week. drugged on the eve of his coronation, and (bein...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATtJEB^f^ GS^INM 13, 1901. MUSIC AND SONG AT THE "CHILDREN'S HOUR" School Matinees Will Be Given by Misses Stella Wood and Nellie McCollom in Each High School Building for the Improvement League. Music Is considered an important educa tional factor and It is surprising that more good muslo is not adapted to the capacity of children and. that it is not presented to them more Erectly la a form readily comprehended. It Is being realized that there has been provided for children's entertainment too little that is suited to » **■ . '-^ V ii .« mwbw^.. be j» ■ IS ■ . aKIB Mi ■... 51 si & I w 11 MISS STELLA WOOD. their tastes and development. This has led to specially arranged programs of songs and s-tories given as children's mat inees, but these are all too few and their real interest and value is known only in a limited circle. This spring the circle in Minneapolis "Will be widened considerably and an op portunity will be given to all the children of the city to attend a series of ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SMtTEDA^ EVENING; 1 APEIL 13, 1901. MUSIC AND SONG AT THE "CHILDREN'S HOUR" School Matinees Will Be Given by Misses Stella Wood and Nellie McCollom in Each High School Building for the Improvement League. Music is considered an Important educa tional factor and it is surprising that more good music is not adapted to the capacity of children and that it is not presented to them more directly in a form readily comprehended. It is being realized that there has been provided for children's entertainment too little that is suited to Ej • P^ '^VIH ysflf ■ 1 If' ill Gl BBS t. ' Vi ■ ' .1 . , - -■•■..... MISS STELLA WOOD. fheir tastes and development. This has led to specially arranged programs of Bongs and stories given as children's mat inees, but these are all too few and their real interest and value is known only in a limited circle. This spring the circle in Minneapolis •will be widened considerably and an op portunity will be given to all the children of the city to attend a series o...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

8 MY LADY OF ORANGE [Copyright, 1900, by H. C. Bailey.] CHAPTER XII. A CHANCE FOX LJFE. The jailer had just brought me my break taut, and the worthy little Dutchman was all agog with news. "Sir, a great victory at Alkmaar!" he burst out at last. "A victory?" I asked. "Who has won it?" "Alkmaar, sir! The Spaniards tried to storm the town two days ago, and were driven back with a loss of a full thousand men! A noble victory!" "I never thought he would take It by storm," 1 said thoughtfully. "The siege goes on still, though?" 'Yes, sir, the siege goes on still," he answered, rather chopfallen. "Harlem beat back storming parties." said I. half to myself; "and who holds Harlem to-day?" "You have little faith in. us Dutchmen," said he peevishly. "We do not despair here iii Breuthe, nor is there much fear in Alk maar to-day, air, I gueM." "Fear? It may he not. Despair, my friend, is a soldier who often wins." He left me, and I aat down to the meal. A day bad gone by since I camo to the tow...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 13. I9OIV O' «■•«— „,...■—..,.,. . *.. ...... ... o Books and Authors • • .■^....■■♦•»....i ......... ............. T T r ....«.,.....<$ MOW BOOKS Sea Experiences—a very attractive story of sea experiences. is "Dog Watches at Sea," by Stanton H. King, who tells how his boyhood passion for the sea led him to leave his home on the . island of Barbados and begin sea life as J cabin boy, then cook and seaman. His experiences show how the glamor of sea life weakens in actual, prac tical experience before the mast. The , au thor certainly had a varied experience and the reader will get a better idea of- life before the mast as it is' than he can from most of the books of sea adventure. The author served on two or three United States warships of the old style and the life and methods upon them are well described. They do things very differently on metal battleships and cruisers now. The volume is illus trated. Boston: Houghton, Mtfflin & Co. Minneapolis: Nath...

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