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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

■5-aB 8 The Plymouth Clothing House. riTTMnillsslissfill ■■ aisaii—iiiiiiii ■■iii«hiiiii-m ■ See Shotv Windows, M■ ¥¥ jt«llM^BiTlT^F*n Correct Fashionable Dress Corner Sixth and JVicollet. U__2 L tLS 1 Jii from Head to Foot. . Everything choice to wear for men, women and children. Sole agents for most of the leading specialist manufacturers, foreign and domestic, m Hats, Clothes, Furnishings and Shoes. Buy your spring clothes :at THE clothing store. -.iv; .v= - ■ U »f|n^: BUY yo-ur clothes at THE clothing store. I VIA V. ■■ kote "the « BroalwLZx S4?»wTltr'^i!';rL* 2 t 2^ £$» *£* stref «*"« «* the "Kitchener," the "New i«h,~4j 1 111 ' Th^ correctSpring^it. (ttfts W^^' ."?,t tll?^ w(importd) London Rain Coats (sll to $20) HWt^f i 1\ F , Jt. correct Spring "suits to %Zb.) are the --Varsity," the *■*■ Shane! eiVh ''th«* uPrinn«f^«»» o„ i c \. j «ffif X* jV^ the Prince Albert and Cutaway Frock Suits. onapeleign, tne Princeton Sack Suits and all If// rTHt/^ We sell the best Ready-Made Clo...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

Mtu^^ j^vENUNa, APKIL 26, 1901. DINES THE MEMBERS Speaker Henderson Gives a Series of Elaborate Banquets. I STRAIGHT WAY TO THEIR HEARTS entertainments Were Expensive, but They Are Considered ' a Good Investment. • j Special to The Journal. -Washington, April 26. —One of the, most charming men in the world at dinner table is, Speaker D. B. Henderson of the na tional house of representatives. As a toastmaster he has a wide reputation, and he can preside at a banquet with a grace that is the envy of everybody who knows him.; Presumably he knows full well that this is his strong point, and so it is quite likely that when he gave an extended series of banquets last winter to members of the house, he was consciously putting himself in a position where he would ap pear, to the best possible advantage. . ,Soon.after congress convened, last De cember, the speaker invited . about twenty members to an elaborate course dinner one night at the Metropolitan club.. The rarest wines were furnished...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

10 9MS^4MHH Hlwlr «■■■ BffsssiSS) m}S.%BJmm I^BV^JB BBS jHL "* Br JB K^'* s"'!lM By 'MM NEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS v NASTURTIUMS . All High-Grade I lOWvi 9CCQS Qo to € Miss C. H. Lippincptt 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed %* my & Sweet Peas 1 l quart 20c £ Best Mixed, oz., lOcj U ib., 25C| QA/% t 2quarts ;.... 35c X Hb..... ....................™C lpeck .'; SOc *% Fine Mixed, 02., Oct X lb., 20c} £5c . 1 bushel .................... .....S3.QO £ GoodM^o^ecVK^VscV^^Q *m Good Mused, oz.. Oct X lb., 1 Set ACq White C10ver*,»......25c | N^ turtlums . Excelsior Lawn Dressing X D^:!?^!^!*?:°!:;?^..^4oc Plant Food and * Ta o^ F: nest"l! xed. Z...JOe Japanese Palm Food *£ 2^!a^!^^!^^-.40c Forget, Miss H. B. WHITTED, Florist nicoSSXv. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. YOU'VE TRIED THE REST. 1 „■■-.' NOW GET THE BEST. V BSE* — KLEANSALL " " . "'■":" ; FOR " ' Toilet and Bath. An absolutely pure; Soap. Nothing In the world like If.* Try it. Grocers sell lt. FOR WEN ONLY. Ideal Shoes ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. APE/Ii; 26. 1901. WtKY -- New Coats for Ladles; Misses and Children. '' p SPECIAL T A ri/CT Hundreds of new coats -by express^. J ALl\h 1 '—here for your choosing Saturday— VAT • llF^s —assortment and values impossible^ 1 Vz-iLrU CO. to equal •'elsewhere; ;;^ '£...'£ - LADIES' JACKETS. ,• f, .. „,„./ £ $10 00 The new' Eton Coats, handsomely tailored, taffeta linings^ 4>-LV.UU new effects, worth $13.50. > ; ' , a, *) ' i' :; " *fil 3*! 0 'New fancy efiects in Eton Coats.. At this price. We make the ;^a- j.j \j strongest showing ever made in Minneapolis. 'Other excellent values at $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00. ~i~ .: ; MISSES' COATS,;• „ . ; The<natty Etons and the box effects, unusual values at $7.50, $8.75 & $10. CHILDRENS' BOX COATS New shipments— who have been waiting will now find all sizes j in our box coats. .' ;iH -Liv $C"' DO The new -'Box * Coats, in covert and impossible to *pj .VJ\J match them at 37.50,- ; .) : , -: :'<£'& HCNew Box Coats i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

12 SOROSIS" W. B. DIQKERSON, 815 SloolletAvenue. mi le or s !cn di spl aye d"! I JBYDEALERS^SELUINGjrME^J iFAC SIMILE OrStCN DISPLAYED BY DEALERS. SELLING THE HI J faWiffiilinl □ r TISr f lr) 7 irn ft "m H NW^SRWM\BIftM **'a\nlaWaVlffjlanW / j Booklets "showing NUMEROUS i CO^Bjf^T^CIISJNF^CO^ MAILED FREES FIND A SECOND BEDROCK FABULOUSLY RICH DISCOVERIES Theory Is "Worked Out . and May Bring- Additional Millions From Treasure Streams. Special to The Journal. - ' ' ' Tacoma, Wash., April 26.—Passengers Just in from Dawson give details of the discovery of a fabulously rich second bed rock on the famous Eldorado creek of the Klondike. It has been the general impres sion that the present or fifth season would see the richer portions of this gold im pregnated stream^ pretty well worked out. But now comes the intelligence that an entirely different run of gold has been lo cated on No. 3, thirty feet beneath the bedrock from which and immediately above which the gold of the past three or f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 26, 1901 A great v W" ata **§- -a m -a\a% at\ arm -w r - Will be : a yy^=^Jf \ WESTERN a^==-v. r^j*i 111 bbA'ZWt 7t r /^^^^\ cYCiy/\\\ 4--^^* *- •* 1 VICI V Great fcfitj&tJU- at --"Bargain Day THE GREAT WESTERN CYCLE CO 601-603 FIRST AYE SOUTH. A Ca?,oaßciK^otcas. The Day Wheel only $22.50 The greatest value ever offered to the riding public. These wheels are on the made-to-order style and equal to ( any wheel built to order at 835 to $50. Specifications : Finest Shelby steel tubing, 3 coat black enamel, Fauber | one piece hanger, tool steel bearings, Excelsior spokes, rock elm rims, choice of Morgan tffa _ffc 0% a» A right or Goodyear tires, every wheel guaranteed by us for 1 year from date. *•% J J B\ ■ ■ Come early, they will not last long H^ am am a %9 SmW 20 Per Cent Discount on All Chainless Bicycles. Saturday Only. -. • -'- -■ •■ ■' -' 1 m.^^mm^^^^^^^aawmmm^^^^maaa^mmmmm^maa^^^aamm^am^mmi^^mm^a—mam^m^.^a—^m^^aaaafaaam.^m^amam^mm^m, Sundry B-argains E...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

14 ■ ." ■-:■■ ■ ■■" ■■■ • . '■'.;■ ■■■•• ■ - -/ Saturday Hat Bargains For Men For Boys New shape Stiff Hats in \ Nobby cloth Hats in blue, black and cedar colors, ) brown and fancy plaids, regular price $2. $1.50 regular price 50c. NC r 5pecia1....,...,. * Special..../.... **fy .All the new colors in fine „ Fine fur felt Fedora and Crushers, black, brown, Crush Hats in black,cedar pearl and silver pearl, reg- and pearl; regular $| .00 ninr nrirA <i en $ w Oft and pearl; regular $| .00 Specfal ... I . price $l.mSpec'l 1 A splendid assortment of Silk {lined Golf Caps in Bicycle and Outing Caps serge and fancy plaids, ly ...soca»d sl- 00SSa p Browning, King 4 Co. C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. 4/5 fa 4/9 NlCOllet Al). VSm^m\\ These tiny Capsules are superior »fm If to Balsam of Copaiba,^— v %1 Cubebs or Injections and/umvS IB I 1 CURE IN 48 HOURS\nuUy Ivy J the same diseases with-^" out Inconvenience, Sold by all dm fists. STORAGE Household goods a specialty. Un equaled faculties and lowest ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1901, I Economical SHOE 8I • "wears -well JM^ g { and always ArV^\ ||, Holds its ff^SV %v fl % shape. \i em jl■i\ Price. I J / $j5*.00 Z\ A M and up per pair /^^s^*^^ B The most ■ Xas^^ v B satisfying shoe made is I BeFlorsKeim | Shoe/or Men tl^FlorsHeim Shoe for Men I Stanley 1 412 Nicollet c/lvenue HARBORED BY HOTELS : C. .N. Cooper of Huron, S. D., who holds the. remunerative position of postmaster at that town, is one of the visitors in the city. : Mr. Cooper, says that South Dakota is pleased with L the immigration results this spring and 'that the state has the burden •of rapid j development now on a . down-hill pull. Continued republican control is what all South Dakotans confidently expect. Gov ernor Herreid's administration is decidedly satisfactory. v^ :';,;' C. I. Crawford of Huron, S. D., is at the West. Mr. Crawford is a' candidate for United States senator to > succeed Senator Kyle. He has been prominent ln the politics of Dakota for years ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

16 ANOTHER GAIN IN WHEAT MAY CLOSING AT 73c Liverpool Had an Advance, and Ad ditional Strength Came. From the Good Export Demand. SOME WHEAT GOING TO GERMANY Southwestern Report* Conflicting. but indications at This Time Point to a Heavy Crop. Minneapolis Chamber: of Commerce, April 26.—Wheat moved up another peg this morn ing, again taking a fractionally higher range •and holding to it. The early market showed good,strength, but free selling, especially in Chicago, stopped the advance. May sold.to 72%@73c, and July to 74%@74%c. The course of.the Liverpool market was upward from a weak start. : Liverpool, was > %d 'off at first but turned strong, selling up %®%d, and touching %@T»d on the later trading. At the close Liverpool showed May Sad over yester day, and closed J-uly %d higher. 1 Antwerp closed unchanged. Paris was 10 centimes to 15 centimes higher. Good cash demand was reported, i Chicago had a fair trade, St. Louis reported active continental Inquiry for wheat, and from ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

EVENING, APRIL 26, 1901. Health is the stem upon which the flower of beauty buds and blossoms. It JggSfcjfc-' may be said that a healthy woman is always beautiful, for health has a beauty all $$&? itS own. The clear eye-J'the bright complexion, the firm step, the ringing laugh, iSFt^ haVe ao-3arm wn^cn exceeds the.charm of mere beauty of features, when such fkg'jl J- beauty belongs to a weak, nervous, irritable woman. Health is, therefore, the a tfj*S&/P most precious heritage of woman, to be kept and guarded as a priceless posses- 7 H^y^a! sion. "When we look for the cause of failing health in women we shall generally *w I M%m\Wm\h n<^ in womanly diseases. Few women appreciate how intimately the general *W J , BW..- health is related to the local womanly health, or how surely irregularity, disa- / 4 3C^P;'.;-, greeable drains, or female weakness will undermine the strength, rob the eye of ¥ 7^'; "**4?>va£ its brightness and the cheek of its color. X wji k'!^ How shall...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

IB ©©@©©®®@®©®©©®©®©©€)©©©©©©©©©©©©©©@©©®©®® • — . ,© '2 \vY^ s^-y : -'7=\' "If eetin and wurkininteurfears with smokiri ™ .© V) V ) rrjlllla Prince Bismarck Seegais—quit eetin and © • J/J/ ~&-k wurkill- • 9 \( / y^\ "J^=S That's what I say." • ® \N^; \_a_ =g ~-£y ■ :—:—— ' ® | S^wPBMl j igLafc bis- I \^^^- «1 lililHl 11114111 ■ 11,^ —— ' fi^dfumßa'"' •'■?•" ;*g^r n/APtii ji fuiplcpi ® •IS I IJlMfe W * wopin a Nicitei • $ • 55::::::^^ iL^^B/1 VIH/IH = Fife. FlflKF fil 2 \J Wholesalers, Minneapolis. ©©©@®©©©©©®©©®©®©®®©©©©©@©®®©©©@@©©©©©©© PHOENIX MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY—Principal office: Hartford, Conn. (Organized ln 1851.) Jonathan B. Bunce, President; Charles H. Lawrence, Secretary. Attorney to accept service in Minnesota, In surance Commissioner. INCOME IN 1900. First year's premiums $480,684.30 Renewal premiums 1,816,908.01 Single premiums 104,340.71 Dividends and surrender values applied to purchase paid-up in surance and annuities 140,159.75 Total premium Income $2,5...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL .26.; 1901. FOR RENT j Continued. ' ; OFFICES; STEAM HEATED PRICES ;St to $20. Eastman block, 412 Nicollet Inquire room' 12. ---„--. 23 STORES ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05.,-58 HENN. AY. A WAREHOUSE OR BUSINESS BUILDING will be erected : for suitable tenant; : lot 200 feet by. 150 feet; across street from new city market. F. M. Henry, 500 Lumber Exchange. 6TH AY S AND 2D ST, TWO-STORY AND basement building, 30x66; call for list. Wm. H.Gibson, 420 Guaranty Loan building. 252-254 IST AY N, OCCUPIED BY McCLEL~ lan Paper Co. Charles S. Woodruff, „6 Guar anty building. . ' LARGE, FOR LIGHT MANUFACTURING or carpenter, $10. 237 10th ay S. . With living-rooms, good location for shoe maker or barber, 235 loth ay S, $8. Small place for locksmith-or repair shop, $5 per, month, 233 10th ay S. •■■■■' j STORE—WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. 33x75; water, electric light, elevator,. full basement; only $40 per mouth. Call 113 Ist st N. OQ ACRES FOR RENT—TEN ACRES,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 April 1901

120 a^^ m^m9^m\WS l,m'^mm'^'mT!SS?^T mm' Mmm^mammmaaaua%mamam^_ IStMMEAPOLfS. ST. PAUL, // " c' J,/ C J, ' * __F/ i|__tr- / %" J\ ¥___£* Jl ska __y__l &&&£&* JsBSlWw J&A Wil (^tfop*£L\ __•____■_-_- Both in sales and the excellence ot the qualities sold. Captivating values fmW ml i" "Irt^^^__-^^|Hiiill^^^j jii^SS^^^l, S^^^s _s___J_r this spring's designi_--Some sorts fsl__ar 'iifl&L^ * U/ / fthlrttil Htß si esse- in the rid _T 4nM__m I mrj S_l_L____!_Ci___B^__^^ —They can be tied in bows, four- [We are Sole Agents for Young's New York Hats.—-S> -*^ : .^^" -:- ' - ■ ■—■ s Ti;tf t :„ie ' 39C >■ O ......,.._» - ■ ___ ____._____________.^________________________________^______________. ;:-•■;.■____„.■-;••- ■ - -. -■ -:- - •■-,-. ■ '.■..--.,.. ~ . Dluci •L'-'1» ca_.ii .................................... ■ The swellest and most popular and there are no better hats made. (^ 7t/_ jl lS 1 t- _ ' ■>■■ mV - W - "~™V 250 T^c.^.*--*^ Balbriggan Underwear-Xew colo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNtS, r PRICE TWO CENTS. PROTECTION'S NEW GOSPEL Fair Trade and Reciprocity- Are Necessary. DIRECTOR ROBERTS' IDEA Real Protection Means a Leveling of Artificial Conditions. THIS INCLUDES FOREIGN TRADE World Market Is Necessary for tbe Employment- of America - Growing Industries. Sew Tofk Sun SommlaS a&rvivm ■ Chicago, April William E. Curtis ; Bays in a Washington special to the Rec ord-Herald: The high protectionists have called George E. Roberts, director of the mint, to account for a speech he made, before the Bankers' club of Chicago last Feb ruary, in which he said that '-the policy of a great commercial and exporting peo l pie must be fair trade and reciprocity." This is . considered heresy, coming i from a prominent official of a republican '■ administration, and the American Econo- j mist, the organ of the. high tariff senti- ! ment, demanded. from Mr. Roberts an ex- i planation of his faith, and his views as to "the' practical effect of fair trade an...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

V DANGER OF PLAGUE Doctors- Say That American Cities __.*: Should Be Prepared. . DIRTY CITIES : 'INVITE DISEASE "(>■-•.. .■.'...;•-.'''•-.'"' ' ' " While It .Will Not Be as Bad as in Asia. ■ Still There May Be Danger. *"■ i__ ■■_:■-.-.■;.■„■,.-_ .(..-■''■ Mew York Sun Special Service. Chicago, April 27..— Dirty streets,,un sanitary homes and squalid tenement dis tricts in I Chicago invite a;. visit of, the s bubonic. plague. This is the view shared *by physicians who express, , themselves as v being in accord with the opinions ofJ Dr. L. F Barker. .. . . .'.■';:'.."/■. '-.'""'■- ••■* ' Leading specialists agree with Dr. Bar . ker that. indications i point to 'an epidemic of the pest in Europe and America. The .disease which regularly scourges Asia, .and which even now prevails In San Fran . Cisco and in Scotland, the doctors assert, may soon come.to Chicago unless precau tions are taken. .While it. was denied that the -plague could ever, make such in roads'in America as it. has i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 27. 1901. A Fruit-Grower's Letter. W. E. Birch, fruit-grower, Afton, Va., writes: "My wife was very much run down and out of sorts every way. "She, had female weakness and wa*- very weak, nervous, and had no appetite. I tried nor on everything I could think of, but she would not touch a —could not eat strawberries, even. I saw Peruna in my father's store one day, and after reading the printed matter on the bottle, decided to have my wife try it. Before she had taken half of the bottle, she com menced to eat,, and now she is hungry all the time. We both agree that it beats any medicine to bring an appetite and put the nerves in good shape that we have ever had anything to do with. "We had our family docto- to give her medicine, but she did not improve In the least. She Las consumption, in her fam ily, and. die was iv such bad shape and so run down that I began to get very uneasy, but your medicine has made an entirely new woman of her. I believe she eats and f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

aW SPLENDID CHANCES FOR INVESTMENTS. Yale Realty Co. Real Estate, Rentals and Real Estate Loans. 101 Bank of Commerce Bldg. 0000 '.'y $6500 —For 10-room modern house near. Sun ny side on Bryant ay. Quartered sawed hard . wood finish up and - down stairs. Man ' ties and grates, open plumbing, laundry, combination heat, lull basement cemented. Everything In first-class condition and tan '- elegant home. . ; .:--_' 5100 per front-toot for Hennepin aye. - corner , inside Hth st., with rental Income to carry < i property. . v."■._.*.•' ';_.- ■"• ;'y ??">'-'<:':y $400 each for (wo lots 43x130 on Clinton aye, just Inside of Lake st. All^ street improve- . ments ln. - We will build you a home -on the. MONTHLY PAYMENT .PLAN onj either i of these lots. \ _:. :':\y-■'.'-.- '■,'■'• '■-". $3. 600— F0r.75 feet on Pillsbury avenue, near I Franklin avenue.. East front. .....'-• $300 each for lots, .0x125, on Fifteenth avenue South, near Twenty-eighth street.; AH street Improvements In. - *...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 27 1901. Wr PATTONS <*||| §7 Sun Proof Paints r —_ H are the paints with a real guarantee back of them—a guarantee to wear well for five years. J Pure kad paints may last two years, by chance. \ -Patton's Paints always outlive the guarantee. Five years is merely a conservative limit. \ There are a great many other points about paint you can get from our free book of paint knowledge. e?£«--5" Liberal agency inducements to dealers. .: **■■ - (iiuii'iiiiii^r & PATTON PAINT COMPANY, Milwaukee. Wis. f V PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO., Distributers, V* 60-.t- 510 8. Srd _t., __l__.__-oIL, Mina. A full stock of Patton's Sun Proof Paints can be had at the following places: An drews & Sullivan, 610 Ist ay S: F. C. Smith, 1401 Western ay; Peter Faber, 211 Plymouth ay; F. C. Richards, 505 E 24th st; M. Chlls troni, 2 West Lake st; Waldron & Co., 2600 Lyndale ay S; F. Hirschfleld, 243 20th ay N; M. Rose, 113 Washington ay X: J. Trump, Robbinsdale; G. E. Woehl....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS : Bathhouse Located — The council committee on'public grounds and buildings, after a. personal inspection -. of the various sites ' proposed for. the new Lak. Calhoun bathhouse, decided.to accept the park board s judgment and locate it at the north end of the lake, near Manila. mt_|fin|fi!lE£.'-' —-•—- --1. 31. C. A. Tenuis Begins—The tennis season .at the Y. M. C. A." courts. Twelfth street and Mary* place, were opened .to-day. The attraction .was the contest oetween Tint ford J a._e and George K. Belden, the veteran Players. ■— _— Scorcher ';Fined — James Spencer, scorcher, was "fined $10- In .he police court yesterday, for > fast riding. . Richard Han son, Sam, Herman and 'lelesphoae Emond, brother,, were fined $_ each for riding their wheels on the sidewalk. Selected a Boon*—The board of con trol has selected a room in the Minneapolis city hospital which will be used as a deten tion ward for persons thought to be insane. The city physician will be in control, and ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. < APRIL 27, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 80. _*_-.-._-A_»..l_l». Ml-.!.. Capita] ..... $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.30 Interest __%____&. Allowed on _)'__.o" . Deposits. Ci* .!_&___ » 3_%S«__ Tryst Fund 5........ INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. SAFETY _>_-_*•» IT When in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington amd Third Aires. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $'_ to $..50 per day; European plan, 50c. 75c. $1 and $1.60, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices, special rates by week and month. IRON AND WIRE FENCES, BANK AND OFFICE RAILINGS, Window Guards, IRON STAIRS....., rmnTT—"m_. rn.lV. _Wm .mmTrr-^ Write us your wants and we will send Catalog. FLOUR CITY ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS, Dept. Z. ■ 1107 3rd Street S.. Minneapolis, Minn, Buggy, Carriage or Wag...

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