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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 22. 1901. THE SEASON'S HTo REDS SUIT CHOOSE SALE. FROM . All this week we will offer values of such a character that we have reason, to expect the largest week's business we have ever bad. We have recevied hundreds of new Suits for this —newest shapes and materials. A* <& 4"T CA Choice of sev- { <t*OO BA New Unlined VlliwUeral styles < yO2i9U Skirt.Suits, new Eton Suits, in cheviots, Venetians !> Suits with drop skirts, new reveres, and homespuns —in black, navy, <' new Skirt effects—the kind that will tan, gray and castor. Their equal V appeal to the careful buyer. Other has not been shown this season]' good values at ©35.00, $88.50, $45.00 elsewhere at $25.00. , ' ' «! and $50.00. AtAAI AA Choiceof sev- !' New Costumes—ln Foulard Silks, Sb^ObIIO eral styles- Taffeta Silks, Crepe. DeChene, new Eton effects— new colors and \'> Nuns Veilings. 1' .; v new weaves, cheviots, brillianteens, <! At $27.50, $35.00. $50.00 homespuns and Venetian...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

tf CITY NEWS Homes Wanted for Two—The Union Mission desires to find home's for two chil dren, a boy of 14 and a girl of 12, who come of a good family. - A 818.000 Building; — Steams Bro*. were granted a permit for the erection of a one-story brfck building at 19 Fifth street S, to cost $15,000. It will be twenty-two feet front and 110 feet in depth. L.. S.Donaldson Back—v S. Donaldson, manager of the big Glass Block department »tore. returned yesterday, accompanied by lire. Donaldson from a trip abroad. He visited points in England, Scotland and the continent. Bookkeeping; Criticised — Insurance Commissioner Dearth has written a letter to the Minnesota Farmers' Hall Insurance com pany of Minneapolis, as a result of a recent examination of the company's books. He says the examination showed the company to be in a solvent condition, but that its bookkeep ing is subject to severe, criticism. MSCROLOUICAL .ikkomk B. CABLE, president of the Ohio Coal company, died of Brighi's disease at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 22, 1901. VERXA These for to-morrow, Tuesday: . Soda or oyster crackers, per 1b...... 5c Spinach, full weight, per peck ..........20c •_ Cranberries, per tit 7c Jelly, assorted flavors, large pails I/.'.35c Yellow corn meal, per 10-lb sack lie ; Pure leaf lard, per lb ..A.. 10c 6 lbs of good Dried Peaches f0r...... Hoc Good California Prunes, 1b........... 3%c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb ..... 6c ; Fancy' Evaporated Peaches, 1b.....:.i;j 7 c Persian Dates, lb .:...:............'.;.: sc; •f California Figs. 1 lb blocks, each 6c Good Creamery Butter, from 22c lb up. Batavia Catsup, bottle ..:....'..".lSc ■Indiana Parlor Matches, doz '. 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each »... oc : Fancy Lemons, doz 10c (Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck .....10c Chili Sauce, bottle 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Good sized, thin-skinned, California Lemons, 8c dozen. Preserved Pearsic^vi^-K; ;. Quart jars . IDC jars £96 Hominy f ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1901. VERXA These for to-morrow, Tuesday: Soda or oyster crackers, per 1b...... 5c :Spinach, full weight, per peck ..........20c Cranberries, per cjt 7c Jelly, assorted flavors, large pails.*.«.".3sc "Yellow corn meal, per 10-lb sack lie : Pure leaf lard, per lb ...\ .......10c 6 lbs of good Dried Peaches f0r...... 25c Good California Prunes, 1b..... 3}4c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb ..... 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, -1b....... 7c ' Persian Dates, lb .:...:...... .-'.^'.-f oc California Figs, Ilb blocks, each..... 6c Good Creamery" Butter, from 22c lb up. " Batavia Catsup, bottle . ... .....:.....*.lßc •Indiana Parlor Matches, doz I. 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each »... oc Fancy Lemons, doz 10c '.Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck.......... 10c Chili Sauce, bottle 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Good sized, thin-skinned, California Lemons, 8c dozen. Preserved Pears, c- ****** ' Quart jars. IOC jars 406 H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

s W{ We Believe the Following to Be the I Trilnrklc-f/3.t«-«7-f Wea. reSc lIT mer e p,.1,??,^ I\ • '/I*~ : '/ T"_ Prices for This Sale Only. We give Upholstery »»£HS3s Ilr^nPflAQ Ca met <s. and Pll o-c you a great opportunity^ during this . fr^^a*- , -* to the most expensive materials. Our 1/1 1/ IV*3 €jLjL l/^/ L*3 CCII*J Jl\, ILJL y A_s sale to save money on Carpets and |f 5R* d^i special low prices for this week include & . ji^ o£_^. Rugs. What's the Use of paying reg- I {*Bsl ' /M this entire stock. ! n th sale we are offering very ular prices when we are considerate enough to drop our profits in order to start'-this sale with a rush? i \__*L y_jf «V tempting prices on medium and & r r - M^33s^S*A' Persian striped Damask— so in. high class curtains, Silks, Swisses, American Linoleum— 6 ft. wide, RugS Axminster Rugs—27x6o in., new patterns, choice £My Q Q jSS^l§f 71 ' for covering, or will make very A*\C, Prints» etc- usually sold at 65c, amm AH kinds, sizes and qualit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

kOiSDAY EVENTISTG, rAPRH; 22, 1901. ■KHr^wHß;' HHP I™l^1 ™1^ BhHHH " _E_ 3a ' Esl t J^ftCTWera _jigßa KBSB ' _ESb HI .El 9 ■'•< „'.■'' jHSsfifi - .' RnU ';:. -'" JSmEhI JSSISmM ' Ss__ ' l_9(l*K_E_b '"■.."- ■' wwam^" 'I" H_rl ' ffn^Mili '"'; <; - _^_^kS_m, ■-■'■■ _9m_^_M_ ■■-' lff_?ft ■- Bfifl h' <<: " ._ra?fPf!—^ ' ISBE_33I 6389 ' KHESHtn . - ■■ - - ■ -.-■"■■ ■SKI B9 Ss9 ' B bh ' BSm _» •' H ■■. -meßel "I _9_ H ' B@_k HI ■ Rkbl 1?B_ ' ill ■ •'• ESSBrI £Q 188 'MHhPt—iSt ' ■ ■ ItßßP^Bmv'" r HHBBJ •j* IfffHß— .- ___WW_»' JBBB_i-^_v ■ ■ MM" ■ -'' -'" /HBBBHWb iBBBBi (wH _!_£ ■ - ' ' ' i Greatest Bargains Ever OtteredTX~l% Special Time Limit Sale Summer Wash Fabrics x , i TUESDAY, FROM BTOII A M £ Pine imported Batistes I Taku Silks or m erceri Z ed: Fine printed D^^^r , M r ' Larp.lme of Richards Stamped ! , Spool Cotton,2oo yds.black and i _ Women's embroidered Hand- C - fancy woven stripes and satin Foukrd" S^ '.hZSS^SLRS^ \ £^»S^f la^TipS inSfi I*M eCeS ' 1S A18&nd22x...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

10 fjJORTH-WESTERN [INE; JULJg.st. P. M.ft Q. RY.iU^-^-rll Ticket office. 418 Kicollet Ay.. Phone. 240 Main tEx. Sun. Others dally. Leave I Arrive Badger State Express- / 7:60 i 10:45 Chi'go, Mllw'kee.Madison 5 am , i>m Chicago—Atlantic Express.. 10:40 pm 11:6S am Chicago—Fast Mall. j.... 6:25 pm 9:00 am North-Western Limited— )\ 7:30 8:15 Chl'go, Mllw'kee.Madlson J. pm , am < Wausau.F.duLac.Greenßay 6:25 pm 9:00 am Duluth, superior. Ashland.. 18:10 am t5:20 pm Twilight Limited— > 4:00 10:30 Duluth. Superior,Ashland > P» l>m SuCity, Omaha, Dead wood.. t7:10 am 8:00 am Elmore, Algona, DesMolnes t7:10 am t8:05 pm St. James, New Ulm, Tracy 9:30 am 8:05 pin Omaha Express— I 9:30 I 8:05 Ku. City. Omaha, Kan. City S am ' \ pm ' New Uim, Elmore ..,... \... 4:20 pm 10:35 am Fairmont, St. Jame5........ 4:20 pm 10:35 am Omaha Limited— > 8:00 8:00 Mi.City. Omaha, Kan. City > 1 pm am Office, 328 Nic. Phone 122. Milwaukee Depot Leave.__| "Daily. tßxcept Sunday. | Arrive. • 7...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1901. I Sweet as Roses % More Soothing Than Cold Cream; ? More Healing Than Any Lotion, 4 v' Liniment or Salve; More Beautifying Than Any Cosmetic. ; W MUNYON'S 1Q- WITCH HAZEL IBjSbCI Nature's Greatest CAaQ Aitf§SlL ;' Remedy for the Skin. Ovr/%1" -vifcs^KrW) Makes the skin soft as velvet. \^|ar^=spy§f/ ' Softens the roughest hands. ,'y ."V Jgj |v,i{ttjl^/ Will improve any complexion, no matter ■ Wek i£M lw Chapped lips and hands cured in a night. I vS«£3B Biy Cures chafing and all skin irritations. Cures ! ifflß^B^^^ pimples, blackheads and most facial blemishes, [ nifllliSwy' cures cuts, wounds and sores and allays inflamma- ; f)M 9bj J tion- At is the best dandruff cure ever made; ' ft Mv''Ml^^r^ simply invaluable in all scalp diseases. Splendid ; ' for the hair; stops falling out; gives vitality and ■ JP /f^ \^\\ vi <?or to the roots. Gentlemen find it simply de- < 1&m(( $$ V lightful for shaving. \. r! Sfei^^^^^^^ BEST SOAP FOR BABY. j jrT "...

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

;_.:ss> Tne worm of sport IHAT'LL THEY DO? Commission Men and Restaurateurs Discuss New Game Laws. WILL BE' VIOLATED ON THE SLY Eome Say So—Other* Say They; "Will Obey the l.a»\ — Will , Be Enforced. Minneapolis commission men and res taurateurs "view with alarm" the amend- j ment to the game laws, passed by the late' legislature, making it a misdemeanor thereafter to -sell any form of wild fowl, aquatic or otherwise." ' While certain birds have heretofore been cutoff the list over which the game com mission puts its stamp, "Thou shall not •ell," .no very determined efforts have been made by wardens to hold dealers to the strict letter of the law. Convictions lor the infraction of the law absolutely prohibiting the sale of game have been the exception to the rule in the past. But Jiow that the law has become so sweeping us to. put all of the feathered tribe com monly designated as game birds under the ban, it is said that the game commis sion will insist on a literal interpretati...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

V 1 MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1901. me world of sport I Anderson Sells Good Bicycles \ 612 FIRST AYE. SO. 1 Cash or Easy Terms. ioKitvtams.| Bicycle Snaps FOR ALL THIS WEEK. Every Wheel Backed by Our Personal Guarantee. Wo Refer You to Mo Factory. ■ Ji~; 1900 Sterling Bicycles, while they ft 9£* fifi /aS f. . . 'w ■ %Jr REGALS, ■* COE THE AD LAKE, COO Rfl 22 1-2 pound*, 3*33 Faubor hanger, 3jJL a wll Any equipment *|TWW Thor hubm *|»W««" The Crown, $22.50. Headquarter* for Spaidlno'* Baseball and Athletic r ■ . Supplioa of All Kinds. Kennedy's, . 322 mooim. WE BUY -UM, TRADE IM, SELL, >UM, REPAIR TO. REXT 9U3ff. GOOD ROADS TRAIN IDEA IS REALIZED The Illinois Central's good roads train left Chicago Saturday afternoon for a three months' trip through the south. Object lessons in roadniaking are to be given en route, working northward from >.\ ju Orleans. The eighteen cars laden "with the latest improved machinery and' apparatus for the purpose "will be under the supervision of o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

14 BULL TURN IN WHEAT, AND GAIN OF ONE CENT Liverpool Closed i i-8d Higher on Reports of Damage to the German Crop. SHORTS SCARED INTO COVERING Chicago Spurted Ip S^fl lor lorn, Which Helped Wheat—Clear ance* 1,081,000 Bu. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 22.— Wheat opened strong and higher this morning u^ scored an advance of IVic up to uoon. fflly started at %c over Saturday's dose and sold to 12c. July opened at 72% c and sold to 73% c. There was considerable short covering, especially in July. The ad vance was principally on a bull turn in .Liverpool. That market was up to start, came \d up on second cables and at the • lose was I'g over Saturday. The strength there was based on reports received over Sunday of damage to the German crop, these reports bearing out what has been received previously and bringing further details of damage. Broomhall cabled that reports of damage by frost in Germany were being re ceived freely, that the English trade were in doubt as to how reli...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING. APEIL' 22, laOl. PHILIP GUNN DIES Doctor* Hoped to Save Him by Sew ing; ip Hia Heart. St. Louis, April 22.—Philip Gunn, who was stabbed in the Jheart Saturday night and was made the subject of a heroic operation at the city hospital, died to day. Three stitches were put in Gunn's heart. Salt water replaced the lost blood, and heart stimulants kept the man alive until to-day. FRANK PERLEY'S NEW STAR. New York, April 22.—Frank Perley, well known a* a th"qtrical manager and for sev eral years ident .led with the business affairs of Alice Neils^n, has about decided to bring back to this country a comic opera star, Fan <-hon Thompson, singing now in London in "The Belle of Bohemia." ■• 1 AGENTS WANTED AN AGENT WANTED IN EVERY CITY IN i the states of Minnesota, North and South Dakota, lowa. Michigan, Wisconsin and Mon tana, to sell our "Electrollte" acetylene gas table lamp. It is simply perfection. Big money in it. _ Acetylene Gas Supply Co. 612 Northwestern building. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 April 1901

16 s Waltham Watches To move one degree further to wards watch perfection—indeed, to reach it—was the aim of the founders of the American Waltham Watch Co. The world knows they succeeded. And their success is a great American achievement. 04 The Perfected American Watch/ an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, •will be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. NASTURTIUMS _ -rttß&tofgmfMftf&Sjn&tok. ■'■■ Dwarf, Tall and Madame _soj£A Iflfa Gunther. /fiS^flß -^-•^^^^J^^PflHWilk.": •'"'' Fresh seed, sure to bloom. ftl^^Mrifil ■ mixed or eep- S-^i H^Sy^^Sa m arate coiorSi pcr Packet-5c vHi^4 P^ Unsurpassed for size, col ll HuU jfpSS^ oring and vitality. Mixed or any Color. Ounce 100 W£ Quarter pound.... 30c Lawn Grass Seed—The BEST. We have only one grade. ■ One pound equals 1% quarts, will sow 400 square feet 25c Five pounds.... $1.00 I Ten pounds...sl.Bs I Twenty pounds $3.25 Fresh Cut Flowers for Funerals, Weddings, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. TRAIN HELD DP IN ARKANSAS Porter Shot and Messenger Assaulted. FIGHT ON A PLATFORM Messenger Is Confronted by Four Men as He Opens the Door. THROUGH SAFE IS BLOWN OPEN -. ■■ ■...».- Slobber* Get About $3,000— Porter. la In a Critical ■ Condition. Little Rock. Ask., April 23.—1t is stated that over $3,000 was secured in the hold tip of the Choetaw, Oklahoma & Gulf pas senger train at midnight near Iron Moun tain crossing, 4^ miles west of Memphis. The train reached Little Rock half-an hour late, at 6 a. m. Sidney Drew, the negro porter, who was ehot by the bandits, was taken to St. Vincent's hospital. His condition is criti cal. C. T. Meader, the express messenger, was badly beaten over the head and ehoulders with a pistol, but he was able to continue his run. The passengers were not molested. Six masked men boarded the train, •which left Memphis at 11:40 last night, when it made the usual stop at Bridge Junction. Ark., after crossing the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

2 GUARANTEES ORDER China Thinks That She Is Able to Stand Alone Now. VVANTS THE TROOPS WITHDRAWN Reports of Boxer 1. prising In Peohili \ and Disorders In Man- ' • -.- churia. ' , ; Washington, April 23.—1t ia understood here that the Chinese plenipotentiaries at Peking. Prince Ching and Li Hung Chang, are prepared to give a guaranty to the powers for the protection of all foreigners in China if the foreign troops ire withdrawn. BOXERS ACTIVE Russian Report* of tlie< N>e«l of Mure Truopa in Manchuria. Berlin, April 23.—Tfoe Cologne Volka Zeitung prints correspondence from a German missionary in China which says that in southern Pechlli the Boxer* are preparing for another great rising, es pecially in the districts of Kuang-Ping fu and Nai-Ming-fu. where the popula tion sympathizes with the Boxer* be cause of the famine. The population persistently disregards the decrees is sued by the authorities. Referring to Yu-Hsien, the former gov ernor of Shansi, the correspondent says Em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 23 1901 END ALL WARFARE Nations Cannot Withstand Attacks by Submarine Boats. INVENTOR HOLLAND'S PREDICTION For Short Trip*. Travel In the Fu tare, Will Be Under , *T*f< Water. ' • —: ?~~~, New York, April John P. Holland, the inventor of the submarine torpedo boat Holland, predicted in a lecture at the Carnegie Lyceum last night that in a few years submarine vessels would sup plant surface craft for short Journeys. The submarine torpedo beat would be so formidable an instrument of war that the only way to avoid its destructive effects would be for Nations with seaport towns never to go to war a*t all. He said: \Vkbiu this year I expect to see submarine boats engaged hi regular passenger traffic. For transatlantic travel, submarine boats will never be possible commercially. Take, for example, the trip across the Brit ish channel. There will be no collisions, be cause the boats will travel coming and going at different depths. The submarine will have a free, u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

m- THE JOURNAL | LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. I THIS JOURNAL Is published •very evening, except Sunday, at 47-4» Fourth Street South, Journal Building:, Minneapolis, Minn. ■'■ C. J. Blllaon, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department : . — . NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. 'l CHICAGO OFFICE— 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 .v 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 m0nth............ 36 cents Single copy ...;. 2 cents . CHANGES OP 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. COM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 23, 1901 Big FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS'VNASTURTIUMS r^o,*. Flower Seeds ■' Qo to-—— ■ — y ( •. " ■:-:i_"' Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed §^ uty^ Sweet Peis;s^! lqu?rt-- ••• — 20c £ Best Mixed, iOci Kib./2SC| QA~ I 2 quarts 35c 3! lib .•.•....:..:....... /uv I . Ipeck 80c >%, Fine Mixed, oz.,Bci 'KU>,,;2Oci'.'. fkZ n i .}1 bushel ........$3.00 -^ : ub "•—•*••"•'"•«-,— "-"-"^V. .„ Good Mixed, oz., 6ci 1b..il Scj-^fiA White Clover per ib... 25c £ i.' "i: "V. :~^ ""^" ""- - 5: Nasturtiums ; v ; v _..;■■_■: Excelsior Lawn Dressing ** D^-%1* i;Mixed:«.;i| 40p Plant Food and ; % ™: Finwt. M!Z".".!"" 10c Japanese Palm Fooa £ ' M!^!/^l^!MS:!fel4oc Ferity ,/Jlss H. B. WHITTED, FloristmcoSSavc. v MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. '—.'!': ;,"; .',""' M dvertising Does Mot Make ** Quality, Stylo or Price... It is however, a channel by which valuable information may reach you. ; You should know that we carry the finest goods manufactu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Bishop Wnipple to Preach—Bishop Whipple will preach and hold a confirmation •ervice this evening at 7:30, at Christ Epis copal church. Motor avenue and Luke street. Contagious Ward Burned—The hos pital authorities, Saturday, burned to the ground the old contagious ward of the city hospital. The contagious patients have been moved to the building formerly occupied by the nurses as a home. Extortion the Charge— E. G. Atkins, charged with extortion, was held to the grand Jury yesterday in $500 bonds. Ac cording to the complaint. Atkins threatened to prosecute Edward Wilson for running a gambling device unless $65 was paid over in hush money. In Honor of Rev. J.J.Faude—Thurs day evening ut 7:45 memorial services iv honor of the iate rector. Rev. John Jacob Faude, I). D., will be held at Gethneuiane church. Biahop Wbipple will deliver the ser mon, and addresses will be made by other l&piscopal clergymen of the city. \«uiunii<m Open—Navigation on the Mississippi into th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, 'APBIL' 23, 1901. YERXA Prices for Wednesday, April 24th. EKgs, strictly fresh, per doz 12% c Peas, early June, a bargain; per doz. 85c; per can 8c Ginger Snaps, fresh, made, per 1b... Gc Holland Herring, original package, per keg .V. 70c Cheese, full cream, per 1b".........'.. 10c . Cheese, brick, per' lb ..'. 10c Spinach,, full weight, per peck 18c Cranberries, per qt 7c Jelly, assorted flavors, large pai15.....35c Yellow corn meal, per 10-lb sack ....lie 6 lbs of good Dried Peaches f0r...... 25c Good California Prunes, lb .%..' 3»Ac Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches,, lb 7c Persian Dates, lb ':'.'..'.1. ..'/.•;.. y;. 5c California Figs, Ilb blocks, each..;... 6c Good s Creamery Butter, from 22c lb up. :' Batavia Catsup, bottle 18c Indiana Parlor Matches, doz ........... 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each 5c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck..........6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck ...10c Good sized, thin-skinned, ...

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