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

10 MAY WHEAT FIRMER AND ON A HIGHER RANGE The • Market Showed Evidence of Confidence, and There Was Not Much Selling Pressure. WORLD SHIPMENTS 10,165,000 BU Decrease of 2,017,000 Bu. in the Visible Supply—General New* of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. April 15.—A heavy decrease In the visible supply, and a total of over 10,000,000 bushels in the world's shipments were the. two items of : greatest importance in the wheat news this morning. The market opened steady, with May at 70*4@70»bc, and was strong, touching 70?ic, reacting and holding at 70}4c. July wheat opened at 71% c, »old to 72»4c, and held around 72c. Cables were steady, Liverpool - *Lowing *4d decline. Paris was unchanged on flour and 10 centimes lower to 10 higher on wheat. Antwerp was unchanged. While the statistics as to the decrease and world's ship ments had been discounted in the Friday and Saturday trading, yet the predictions were so well borne out and the figures so fully up to expectations that there...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 15, 1901. FINE FIEL^FOR FERRET Black Hawk County Mm Have #0, --000,000 Loaned to Farmers. Special to The Journal. Dcs Moines, lowa, April 15.—A commo tion has been aroused among wealthy resi dence of Black Hawk county by the action of the board of supervisors in employing a tax ferret to search out moneys and cred it* withheld from assessment. The county Is one of the wealthiest in lowa. The board of supervisors has entered Into a contract with J. J. Carnahan of Mason City and the amount of property now un taxed may best be judged from the fact that he agrees to work without commis sion unless he collects $35,000 in back taxes. It Is said the wealthy men of Black Hawk county have over $6,000,000 loaned out ok mortgages to farmers in adjoining counties. In Butler county alone they have half a million dollars loaned and nearly as large amounts in several other counties. According to the books of the county auditor the total assessment of moneys and credits agains...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

"m':: Waltham Watches You can get a Swiss Watch if you wish, but a Waltham Watch is better. 44The Perfected American Watch," an illustrated Book of interesting information about 'watches, tvill be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. NASTURTIUMS .^■H^MggxEfll fe^. Dwarf, Tall and Madame ilfek Uunther. '"^ -^- Fresh seed, sure to bloom. P^f^Wp 13flSy jCCG M mgl^Wsfs/ B Mendenhall's mixed or sep fflß^L^*ll W*JWte&%*M arate colors, per packet..so IktW^^ J W^ Unsurpassed for size, col- HslL.\i&J «■*■* orlng and vitality. K^ Mixed or any Color. Ounce 100 Quarter pound 30c Lawn Grass seed-—The BEST. "We have only one grade. On&fpound equals 1% quarts, will sow 400 square feet 25c Five pounds....sl.oo I Ten pounds. $1.85 I Twenty pounds $3.25 Fresh Cut Flowers for Funerals, Weddings, and all other purposes— Always on Hand. MENDENHALL, Florist. 37 Sixth Street South. COAST FISH IN DEMAND 35,000 BARRELS ARE SEXT EAST Pacific Coast Salted Salmon I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JXUJRNAL. PKICE TWO CENTS. HILL PLEADS FOR MCKENZIE Sees the President Regard ing the Pardon. DAN LAMONT WITH HIM Senator Quay Heads a Movement on the Attorney General. FRIENDS LOOK FOR A PARDON They Are Hoping the President Will Act Before He Leaves tor the West. From, Tfw Journal Bureau. Room MS, Pott iiuililing, Washington. Washington, April 16.—1f Alexander Mc- Kenzie isn't pardoned, it will not Le be cause pressure in his behalf has not been strong. It leaked out to-day that James J. Hill and Dan Lamont made a special trip from New York recently and saw the president in MeKenzie's behalf. At the time of the visit nothing was made public, and all that the newspapers could get hold of was the statement that the two men had come over from New York to see the president on some "personal matter." They arrived at noon, had a short lunch at the Arlington and then went straight to the White House, where they stayed until half past 2, taking the 3 o'clock train back to X...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

2 JAPAN IS MODERATE Agrees With the United States on the Indemnity Question. SECRETARY HAY'S NEW PLAN He Will Propose That the "Likin" Tax Re Abolished—Chinese Threaten Trouble. Mow York Sun Spool*! Sorvlcm. London, April 16. —"Japanese opinion in London strongly indorses the reported effort of the Washington government to cut down the international expense ac count, which will soon be presented to China," said First Secretary Matsui of the Japanese legation. He continued: Some of the demands which rumor says China will be called upon to pay fill the Lon don diplomatic world with amazement. The representative of oue of the small natious told me that his country seemed disposed to file a claim verging on highway robbery. I have heard other diplomatists whispering their as tonishment at ihe attitude of their govern ments. Personally I think the powers should keep their claims strictly within their actual expenses. Indeed, if these prove larger than Chiua could well afford to pay, it w...

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

TUESDAY EVENING, ■ 2LPKIIJ 16. 1901/ FINEST OF LACES Work of the Minnesota Indians Ri vals the Italian Product. ' V . -■:■■ | EXHIBIT AT THE BUFFALO FAIR * ' -' ■ '•■'.*'■•'■' ''.'• JkUsa Carter, In Enthu»la»tie Over the Progress the Indian* Have Made. Mm York Sun Sa+otat Sarvlcm ■ New York, April 16. —Women of wealth and social prominence in this city are keenly interested in a display of fine In dian-made lace just installed in the arts building of the Pan-American. Exposition at Buffalo. The exhibit is the work of the Sioux and other tribes in Minnesota. The committee in charge of the display is Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan. Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt, Mrs. Bayard Cutting. Mrs. Levi P. Morton. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid and Miss Amy Townsend. The work was started among the In dians several years ago by Miss Sybil Car ter, a deaconess of this city. Men and women of the tribes manufacture a dainty product resembling the finest Italian laces, and the high prices obtained go partly to spreading the ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

i THE JOURNAL • LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. ' THE JOURNAL is published • very evening;, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building:, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billson, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building.. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. V . 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 CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses .of their papers changed must always give their 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 the office in. every case ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 16, 1901. H r i Sf J9 '*, i&l; ■'" j* J imry' 3 fcmfe'Jr^Wßß H^^^^^V Bk^^^^SbJßl ?Si FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS % NASTURTIUMS «^M. Flower Seeds Qo to — < Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed e u^ity . & Sweet; Peas 1 Quart 20c £ Best Mixed, oz., 1 Oc| k lb.. 25ci QA 2quarts 35c i ">. ...:;.:.......;....,....,.. ■;;.:".fr." c 1 peck 80c <% Fine Mixed, oz.. Bc| X lb., 20cj iCC^ lbu»hel $3.00 J 1ib.......:............ ......03C *% Good Mixed, 01., 6c» % lb., 15c| ACp. White Clover 0. 25c $ Nasturtiums ' 7Jv White Clover ... 25c | Nasturtiums Excelsior Lawn Dressing £ D^- FinestMixed-°*-. i2c» 40c Plant Food and % TS:!!?^^^3S'"!'f]loc Japanese Palm Fooa \ MfiWlb!?^l4ocV por^by MISS H. B.WHITTED, Florist n.coSSavc. ' MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. t ! — ; ♦__ : ' NICOLLET PPpnK l*"^m NICOLLET *YE. rLftlllfk W 'YE (New Cloak and suit Slope Trimmed Hats a Specialty, $5, $7.50 and $10. Latest designs—no two alike—positive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS A Postofflce , «tuita—The postoince at Jforthtown, In the extreme northern • part of the city, has been discontinued. Mail will hereafter fee taken to Station A. Old Courthouse Offer—The Pratt & Field company has offered the county com missioners $1,925 for the material in. the old courthouse. • Cost $15 to Land— in the police court yesterday Walter CHrlatlanson, the young man who landed, so successfully on Captain King, chief of detectives, during a mlxup be tween the fly bobs and a disorderly crowd Saturday night, was fined $15 by Judge Holt. The other three men, who were implicated in Che fight, were fined $5 apiece. Belle Grange Arraigned — Belle Orange, alias Mrs. William Hobln, the woman Who is under arre6t for the alleged theft of a silk skirt from the New Store last Satur day, was arraigned in the'police court yes terday, and her examination was set for April 18. The police say that the woman. is an old offender and that her picture adorns the rogues' gallery...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 190 L ""'■'ti^-;:"""'"-'-'-'--: -"-'•'---■•■ V:-'' ■■ " ■ ;- ■■"--■'"•-' UB ' Iff ' £-- " affw ■■ ■' fijgjS JHm ■ ■' YShE BsSm ■ ' m§it33\ VERXA Visit this store often. It will pay you. Rand Picked Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each .5c Fancy Lemons, doz ..........10c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck........,.10c Chili Sauce, bottle ' .-... 10c Salad Dressing, bottle ......10c Persian Dates, lb 5c California Figs, In one-pound pa....... 6c Plums SB^^^J.STi.Bo Peaches f§M^g 7e Prunes 5^?!1^!*:..:....... 3£e Preserved Pearsic wntfe Quartjara IDC jars tOS Hominy &*!.*!??. ...... 10c Lamp ChimneysSSo.™:^ o.™: 4c Best Saver Kraut feSL 10c Garden Seeds ll%\™ Ie Da 4* Excellent Marrowfat, IB* real l»»r can— „ 11l Eggs Eggs Special lot of extra fine eggs. TaMal««« Extra standard, regular 71. I VmaiOeS I2«c grade, for, can f 26 Indiana Parlor Matches, per doz boxes, 200 count 9c Our Potatoes fb. ebusne? B ? st- FuU6°-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

'8 Kidney Trouble Becomes Worse fl After Attack of Grip. jg^t Dr. Gee. Leininger's Fer-Mal-De-Hyde Kidney m A \ Tablets Drive the Kidney Germs joj> m Out of the Blood. ;.; • i >L>-if/ ■&& -I •■■:■) > '.i\ Or. Geo. Lelnla*er offers to end Fret jfij^JjgjkJll a trial package of tk»sd Fammut Kid ' 4M P^i rf '(TD p C ney Tablets to any reader of the Minne ralUa \ I^^ ■ "■™ "■ apollt Journal who has kidney trouble Jj& IBL M == —This eminent physician also ask the tick to writ* him fully as to thtlr di% ease, and be will advise them persoa- Wsa^ffiM —. . I ally by letter without a cent 01 cost. Thousands of ;; feS from now fatal Oatatrrh Can Now Be Cured. from the fatal Catarrh Can Now Be Cured. N effects of Kid- _ QffCeO-LEININGERT II H ney Dissaset. jSO " ifcsi",— ' ' ■"■-■- i »■, ■>;" i „-■■.- -■ i fttl M I■PFt ■ ■ ■::>- '■■■■' ■*iv*S£ ... ■ Weak kidneys suffer most after aa at tack of Grip, and the result often proves dangerous. The grip germs x*main in th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 16, 1901. First Our Goods _ "Proper make" is the paramount necessity in Furniture. No matter how stylish or how handsomely carved is an article, if the 'make" is lacking the article should be left alone. Our rapid ad vancement in the commercial world is due more to the satisfac tion our goods give than to all else. Every article, no matter how insignificant, is thoroughly inspected ere 'tis sent out, and if, when it reaches the buyer, it is not satisfactory, send it back and we will make it se. . - i Then Our Terms They are not to be forgotten. Liberality is the foundation of our Credit system. It enables the man of moderate means to furnish his home in as comfortable and luxurious a manner as his more fortunate neighbor. There is not a penny charged you for this accomodation, and our business is so arranged as to enable us to premit you to make your own terms. < sale on Ranges. *^vwwww>a^v\aa^wwnaaa^vsi A Karpen Couch yfe^pSSFJ* . Fancy (|lp||plPllplfp|...

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

10 WHEAT HAD A SHARP BREAK NEAR THE CLOSE The Market Was Higher Early and Very Firm, but * Turned Weak er After Noon. SOME MORE INSECT DAMAGE TALK' Clearance* Heavy—Bradstreet Makes the Decrease 3,100,000 Bn.- New» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April —Wheat held firm all morning In a tight range, -with 71c as the base. The market was quiet, but showed strength throughout. May opened > 4 c higher, at 71@71%c, Bold to 70?ic, back to 71Hc and held there. Cash demand was reported good everywhere. Both here and in the Chicago pit there was in creased activity in July and that option firmed up to 72% c early. September wheat also showed more life, opening firmer, at 70% c and selling to 70% c. Liverpool was % @*4d up at first, gaining %d on second ca bles and closing Vi@%d higher. Antwerp was unchanged and Paris unchanged on wheat _and flour. Snow fell in the extreme north and there was another layer of mois ture spread over the Dakotas. Kansas City wired early this morn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

TUESDAY EVE^ryq APRIL 16, 1901. \. RIDE LIKE INDIANS - Boston Society Cheers • the Young; . Women at the Horse Show. JVetP York Sun Special Service. Boston, April' 16.—The innovationv';- s " of i : Boston's swellest society ■ leaders riding i ; horses astride at the horse show, attracted -hundreds of society men and women from all at the cities as far south as Philadel j phia. The Boston women made a bold and brilliant dash into the arena, sitting their steeds like Indians. When society caught a glimpse of some of its fairest daughters riding astride in public, there was a momentary halt, and then a great ' cheer arose. The innovation must be pronounced a success. EARY CLOSING FAILS. ' ; Special to The Journal. • Lead, S. 1)., April 16.—The business men of ..Lead will soon go back to" the 8 o'clock clos- J, ing hour. There have been several merchants :, who have not adhered to the 6 o'clock hour, ii and it has been impossible for the others to keep up any. longer. . .. . *: * .: SOU...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 April 1901

13 Waltham Watches How a Waltham Watch set England's time. " The Perfected American Watch," an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, will be sent free upon request, American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass, Health and Pleasure attend the use or fondondeny *^' LITttIA WATER % It's Purity is a Safeguard Against Fever Germs. It's Delicious Taste a Joy. The Sparkling, in Quarts, Lyman-Eliel Drag Co., The Still, in Pints and Half-I'ints. DISTRIBUTORS Half-Gallon Bottles. Chapman's V Bth and Nicollet. Specials for Wednesday. Potatoes g?Z Bm'''°*': 42c I a imam* Finest California, - lAm LGniOnS special, per doz |(JC fkvaiiwAe Kedland Beauties, large sizes— uranges %***« 35 C and 4Q C Spinach p*e c k..................:...25c Salted Peanuts SfSSSk fsc Venice Wafers 'SJshS^ti per box £06 Dinner Biscuit StSSSf! 40c Maple Sugar MbOhio (3c Whl#A 1 -Monarch, preserved, unite unerries in glass, regu-o#|' „,,,. lar SOc. Special..... LU 6 A AiN Platt's Celebrated Maine, wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAOE! PRICE TWO CENTS. JOHNJ.KEANE, ARCHBISHOP Imposing Ceremony at the Dubuque Cathedral. ADDRESS BY IRELAND Church in America; Its Yesterday and Its To-morrow. FLOURISHES UNDER DEMOCRACY It Does Not Xeed the Prop of State Organization or Compact Social Traditions. Dubuque. lowa, April IT.—ln the pres ence of princes and high priests of his church, and before an audience that oc cupied every foot of space in St. Raphael's cathedral, and overflowed into the streets, Archbishop John J. Keane was to-day invested with the pal lium. The ceremonies opened at 10 o'clock "with a procession of clergy and attend ants, lv which Cardinal Gibbons, arch bishops, bishops and priests took part, from the Episcopal residence to the ca thedral. Within the sanctuary Cardinal Gibbons ascended the throne on the left. Archbishop Kain of St. Louis, Katzer throne on the right. About them were Archbishops Kaine of St. Louis, Katzer of Milwaukee, Elder of Cincinnati and Ireland of St Paul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

z JOHNJ.KEANE ARCHBISHOP Continued From First Page* the wilderness to battle, alone and unpro tected, with drought and tempest. The problem was most interesting for this other reason, that whether for woe or weal, the en tire world is seen rapidly drifting towards the social and political conditions of America and the church on trial in America is on trial for the world. Democracy on Trial. In America the Catholic faith was on trial and so was democracy itself in Its relations with religion. And here is the cause of so many attacks made on the American church. Those attacks covertly are attacks on democ racy. It would have been most convenient for reactionary theorists to be able to say to Catholics the world over, "Your church cannot thrive in a democracy, in the full freedom which democraev ensures." Thank God. to such theoriests, both America and the Catholic church and American democracy have given saddest disappointment. In my earnest desire that the Catholic church in America ...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1901. SUFFERED THREE YEARS. CATARRH OF STOMACH. Miss Evelyn Morse writes from 651 Adams street, Minneapolis, Minn., ms follows: "I suffered for nearly three years with catarrh of the stomach which no medicine seemed to relieve, until a friemd advised me totryPeruna. Although skeptical, I trisd it, and found it helped me within the first week. Ikeot tak ing It for three months, and am pleased to say that it cured ms entirely, and I have had n» symptoms of its returm. lam only too glad to recmmmead It as a wonderful medicine, doing all aad more than you claim for it." — Evelyn Morse. Adia Brittain. of Sekitan. 0.. writes: "After using your wonderful Peruna ihree months, I have had great relief. I had continual heaviness in my stomach, was bilious, and had fainting spells, but lhey have all left me since using Peruna. I can now get around and do my house work, and think Peruna the greatest medicine 1 ever used. My husband complained of shortness of breath a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

•£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, Kj MANAGER. EDITOR. V- t THE JO II AL. is published every, .evening, .except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ; C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. HSfli ■ NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. •,- • : . r -„,;■• CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock' Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. , ■■-■■* Delivered by - Mail. • ■ V* ■ 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. CHANGES OF ADDRESS . Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their 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...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 April 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1901. QUIET IN YENEZDELA Minister Loomis Denies the San Juan Interviews. HE LIKES CASTRO VERY MUCH Venezuela. Has Promised to Make 4mends for the Barcelona Incident. New York, April 17. —Frank B. Loomis, TTnited States minister to Venezuela, who arrived ro-day, denies the San Juan inter views, in which he was quoted as criticiz ing Presid-ent Castro. Mr. Loomis said: "The fact is. 1 like Mr. Castro very much. I did not say he plotted to secure my recall or removal." I cannot discuss the recent diplomatic in cident with Venezuela. 1 may say, however, that the preliminary steps toward a legal settlement of the asphalt case have been taken in the Venezuelan courts. That is pre cisely whero our government wished the dis pute to go. 1 do not say that our govern ment does not reserve the right to intervene it justice is cot done. There was some feel ing at the height of the incident, but it has subsided and our relations at present are quite satisfactory. Pres...

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