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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. rAPRIL 30. 1901. BASEBALL HA! WE GET A GAME Millers Pound Out Six Runs in the First. - OMAHA COULDN'T MAKE UP The Minneapolis Infield Wan in Bad Shape, Too—Fan* Are Re assured. / The ice has been broken by the millers and with a restoration of confidence which comes to the team when the hoodoo of de feat has been laid out, the millers should win a fair share of the games from now on. In none of the exhibition games have they been outclassed -and they have made the victors fight for every advantage. One game was lost by two rank decisions of the umpire and any one of the other three could have gone to Beall's men had a single play broken a little differently. ■ These remarks are not made by way of apology but come from the fans who saw the games. Manager Rourke tried Pitcher Steele against the Minneapolis men yesterday, and he was just what Beall had ordered. In four innings he passed three batters and his delivery yielded five singles, two doubles and a home run by ...

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. — 30 April 1901

■ %■■ THE JOURNAL LUOIAN SWIFT,, iJ. S. McLAIN. »'» MANAGER. '■ ! EDITOR. t ' THE JOURNAL la published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. .-. ,O. J. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver tloing Department - - . *. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6/87, 88 Tribune building. J. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, SOB Stock Ex change building. ggg . 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 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one ,'week.............. 8 cents One copy;. • one m0nth............ 36 , cents Single t copy .": ."....... 2 cents The Get-Together Club "The Get-Together Club," which has been made famous by the refusal of various prominent people to sit down at its table •with Professor George D. Herron, is an organization of business and professional men in...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. 'APRIL' 30, 1901 * ' - "■-■•■■ ■-• . ■ • -■' - :-'" '...-■ - L ■ :* .■■:-■■;■ .*'t-^.- ■ '■■-: „■•■;. t.1 ■ . " ■' .\.V. •■".. '-'"i/s ?S§ FINEST LAWN GRASS SEED SWEET PEAS v NASTURTIUMS ", d H *, B Vo«d. Flower Seeds Go to—— ——— . —^ Miss C. H. Lippincott 319 6th St. S. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Lawn Grass Seed §^ ty . 5: Sweet Peas 1 Quart.. 20c £ Best Mixed, ot, lOci 5^1b.,25ci QA^ 2quarts 35c \ lib ........""C 1 peck.....^.....;.;...■.....:.......80c * <%, ■ Fine Mixed, 02.. 8c» lb., 20ci L f.C n 1 bu5he1.......:.,;.....„......;..53.00 Ub •"•••- .."7.1.:.;. °DC • • <%, Good Mixed, oz., 6c| lb., 15ct AC r <%, 1 ib t J(L» White Clover pern, 25c 1; w „ % Nasturtiums s Excelsior Lawn Dressing % P^fi 1 Finest Mixed, - 2ci 40c Plant Food and : % ™ : F: nest .u] xed:. .*.'.'..10c Japanese Palm Fooa ; X Mf2^yPibnt^l^!?f:°!::.Aoc ForAs ls ab > Miss H. B. WHITTED, Florist nhJSav. MIfNNEAPOLIS. MINN. . ■*"■■-. . - ■ . : --'.:■■■■.- _•■..-. - ■ Every Housekeeper is Int...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

<s CITY NEWS Prominent New Hampshire Men— Ex-Governor H. A. Tuttle of Pittsfleld, N. H., and A. F. Howard, secretary of the Granite State Fire insurance company, are at tho West Hotel. Montana, crop Bulletin— Section Di rector Outram of the weather bureau, has Just completed the March issue of the Mon tana section climate and crop service bulletin. The material is sent to the Minneapolis office, act up, printed and folded, and then shipped to Montana for distribution by tht director of that section. Thunder Storm >o. 2 — Minneapolis experienced the second and biggest thunder storm of the year late Saturday night. It came about the time for the last act at the theaters and caused a scurry for the cars. Only a little rain fell. There was still leas last night. The first thunder storm was March £3. the day after two inches of snow had fallen. Preparing to Move on Moine— \y. P. Butler of the Los Angeles and Cape Nome Mining company, who has been in Chicago, has returned and la now...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. APRIL 30, 190 L YERXA. BUTTER! BUTTER! We have secured the but ter sent to the State Dairy Department contest, each buttermaker producing: the best possible result, striv ing to carry off first prize and highest state honors. The Best Butter it is pos sible for expert buttermak ers to make, and our price per pound is \ OQa 0n1y........ .£;.; *&OG In nice new, clean 20-lb. tubs, 22c. • Delicious Home-made Pies Home-made Angel Cake, Gold Cakes, Sunshine Cake, German ■ Pound Cake, Layer Cake, Cocoanut Macaroons, Lady Layer Cake, Cocoanut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Lady Fingers. Fresh Asparagus, bunch 5c Lettuce, two heads for 5c Tomatoes, 12%-lb basket 50c '• Maple Syrup— 1-gallon cans 90c %-gallon.cans ..........;..v... 45c %-gallon cans ... 23c Hoffman's No. 1 Rice Starch, package. 10c Good Parlor Broom 19c 10-lb bag Cornmeal He Jelly; large pails „... .'.. 35c Fresh Pineapples 18c Cranberries, per quart 7c Strawberries, per at ..... 20c Pure leaf lard, per lb ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

8 TEXAS OIL Hp^F* Notice of Advance.'~&^ The time for the advance in the shares of the Saratoga Oil & Pipe Line Co. is at hand. ; The . property is worth * more' in Texas today than we are asking for it at the present prices of v shares. , This -price will be increased to 50 cents a share (of a par value of $1) within a few days at the farthest. ' It would have been advanced at once, except for the fact that we had agreed to give due notice to the early investors in "Saratoga Oil," that we would give them a final opportunity to buy at the original price (25c a share) before any advance should be announced. It will take a few days to give these investors a ; fair chance , mw^^^lggmgmmmgggimmgm^fmm^g to increase their holdings, We are giving this notice accord pj|j||||lMßg-.-;y'S'/^'X:" ~~' -rV»?t^i" ingly. We will also try to reach them by mail but shall not » 1/Y^r/^,v:X Vf^* : 1 !I'!,^ feel bound to do any more. This notice, than, is final for all concerned. 1 B^!fliP The g...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1901. W The Cigar \i ■ that Brings 1 I Havana Home I »...'.?''l."' 1 Smoke it at your own fireside 1?.,,,'"' """,.1 „" ||l| EL MERITO j|zg \ • '. r ■ iJi Made from leaf from the famous plantations of Cuba. I __ \ ■*i '~ir^ |i ell -your dealer nothing else will answer. \ BOLTZ, CLYMER &. CO., Philadelphia COX A HARRIS, Distributors, Minneapolis, Minn. [■\";.| The human body is like a delicately adjusted machine. I ||| H When a part is worn out, or through abuse becomes rusty, it I|| ||||i affects the whole system. The kidneys and liver are among the I|| raPS most important of all the organs in the body. When they get I|| fo§§| out of order the entire system suffers. Keep them running I raj ISpi smoothly and good health follows. .srrv; |» 111 McLean 9 Litter j| 111 and KJdnejr Halm M will regulate these organs and keep them in perfect health. |j|| R?l|| Years of use in thousands of families have proved its value in all r%B troubles affecting the liver an...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

10 WHEAT LOST 34c, BUT RECOVERED AT THE END Yesterday's Influences Were Again Felt, and the Market Was Very Weak up to Noon. GOOD WEATHER; WEAK CABLES Oecreaae of 3.300.000 Bu. In the World* Visible—General Xeivs of the Se>»ton. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 80.—Wheat opened \c off this morning. Trading started at T2\*o for May. After the opening slump there was not much action. The market sold up to Tl'^c, back to 72(g7"V and held at 72Vic. The same influences that brought the lower range yesterday caused the further decline to-day. These were the sagging tendency of the Liverpool market and the continued good weather and favor able crop news in this country. Liverpool came lower at first, and on second ad vices showed a decline of % to lVsd. Berlin ■was off We, Budapest 4c and Paris closed 20 to 25 centimes lower, and 30 to 50 centimes lower on flour. Corn was weaker. Over the southwest the weather is fair and warmer. California reported rains, and there was mort preci...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, APKIL 30. 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Gertrude W. Thompson to Marie M. Mollan, lot 16, block 4, Morrison & Lovejoy's addition.. . $1,200 Paul Podamy to Andrew Renckens, lot 6, block 8, Marshall's additi0n......... 5,000 Edith Watts and husband to John C. I Sadler, lot 7, block 5, Park Place addition 2,500 Andrew Kinney and wife to Alice E. Reed, lot 2, block 32, Windom's addi tion.... *..;....' „. 1,000 Maria A. Darling to Edwin W. Davis, lot 13, block 15 and Blocks 9 and 16, Vlnfon Park addition 35,000 Emily J. Davis and husband to Harry S. Ray. lot 8. block 32. Calhoun Park. 1,050 Catherine A. Burnes to Albert H. Nash, part lot 44, block 3, West Minneapolis. 600 Charlotte Cannon and husband, Ophelia Boone and husband to Antony Perry . and wife. lot 8, block 17, Ramsey, Look wood and others'-.additi0n........ 260 Nlkolaus ■ Aubart and wife to John ■ Aubart,--in.section 1: town 119, range ■ 22 '.. ....;....?. 250 Nikolaus Aubart and wif...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

12 WANT ADS ON PAGES 11,12. _._. REAL ESTATA FOR SALE :: Continued. . WE BUY and sell city and rarm property. Mort. Loans. C. A^Qulst &_Co.. 109 4th st S. OWNER GOING EAST. .'•....■•.--■••■ Offers his ten-room borne fur sale- at a bargain. House is ' beautifully frescoed and finished In hardwood throughout;, combina tion heat ; open \ plumbing. In fact a perfectly • complete modern home. Call 2621 Bryant aT S. . - -.- ■ -: " ■-■■■- ■■•••. -.'--' AQ UNIMPROVED THE EDMUND G. WALTON AGENCY.IS-' . sues a printed catalogue . with maps of abso lutely the best bargains la vacant lots. 300 Hennepin ay. •-."»" •' .;..-.'.' FOR SALE OR LEASJi—I9BxIS7 FEET TO 20-foot alley, on a .central, corner; possible I trackage; convenient to mills and depots. O M. Lara way & Son, lia^k of Commerce build ing; .■■•■■■■■■ . ■■ .. •'.■■,.■■'.■;■, BARGAINS IN LOTS ON . LOVVRY . HILL; also near Lyndale and 48th st. Win. H. Gib - eon, 420 Guaranty Loan building. . ; ; iU»-ACRE LOTS, NEAR GOLDEN VALLEY r...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAJB PRICE TWO CENTS. BIBCOCK'S IDEA TAKES His Tariff Bill Is Favorec m the West. APPROVAL IS GENERAL Wisconsin Member Will Urge His Hill at the Next Session. HE COUNTS ON POPULAR SUPPORT Agitation May Help Hi« Ambition to Kepreitent Hi« State in the Senate. Tram The Journal Bureau, Room: 43, Tost Entitling. Washington. Washington. May l.—Representative Babcock of Wisconsin does not hesitate to say that in his opinion the tariff will be the leading issue ia the next presidential campaign, and he maintains that in taking the stand be does in favor of the removal of the tariff on steel and other trust arti cles, he is doing the republican organiza tion an important service. The arguments advanced by Mr. Bab cock to prove that his position is logical and a long step in advance of present-day ideas need not be repeated here, for they are by this time familiar to all news paper readers. The significant thing at this time is the rather startling and very important fact...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

2 NEED OF SOLDIERS Foreign Generals in China Give Their Opinion. EVACUATION WILL BE DIFFICULT When China Ajjrees on Indemnity Withdrawal of Troop* May Commence. ' Peking. Tuesday, May Field Mar shal Yon Waldersee. in a letter to the ■ ministers as the reply of the generals to the views of the ministers regarding the "military questions, says a garrison of 6,000 -'men should be left at Tientsin and the adjoining district. Great Britain, France, Germany and Japan to contribute 1,400 men each, and Italy to contribute 400 men. To garrison Shan-Hai-Wan. France, Rus ria. Great Britain and Germany are to contribute 300 men each and Italy one company until the forts are razed. So long as any forces occupy Chinese territory, the foreign military command ers must exercise the full authority of -a civil administration.according to the prin ciple established at The Hague in 1899. The Chinese may remain in office, as in the case of Paoting, and partly Tientsin. Besides the 6,000 men in the Tient...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 190 L NicKelplate - 307 NIGOLLET AY. Extra Value $2.00 m II pV nvEv For Men. I i Brand New Styles, JL-—1 made of tine, plump MsSJtSm,. vici kid, soft box calf Jsrj&lgxh and strong service- Ml^^A^ able rex calf on the iro^pjj^ I;*\ new Saxon last, guar- J^^pl^ljlgk anteed solid leather; yOll can't Dea' them N/« Hj^H elsewhere for #*»£% fS?*Bwpri« Our 2a Q. wm price Jjl&S^l New L. A. W. brown JB*|Sl|ig|l and black Cycle / «|]§|||pli|| Shoes, cor- &*% ■JB.s^ rugated soles, j^ |||m only Tr ™1 New Dress Oxfords, lllllililWKf line black vici kid up- W3i!S!o9ief l)ers and 4*O "V^BSBr hand turn 2p^ soles, only *l ra— Stuttering- Stammering* DR.E.L.RIVENBURIK of Chicago, is at the Metropolitan Hotel, St. Paul, Where he will remain Until May 26, To cure Stuttering, Stammering, Hesitancy, Lisping and all forms of Speech Impediments, j My method removes the cause of stammering. ! therefore the cure Is permanent. The only suentine and successful method known...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

VN^EDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 1. 1901- NiciCelrlate -*:S|i\3o7 NICOLLET AY. r Extra Value 'IN™ Eb 188 Jwfl H hIS Ga 52.00 SHOES For Men. [ | Brand New Styles, L-^. made of tine, plump JgSgg^ vici kid, soft box calf iSrwS&h and strong service- Mx j WL able rex calf on the iSf^^P Km new Saxon last, guar- J^&iiyb>-a anteed solid leather; x§^m||s§s you can't beat them XI H elsewhere for (t»f% ISiiiiJi $2.50 Our *9^ V price BgMtm New L. A. W. brown j^^^^^i and black Cycle M%^?- X Shoes, cor- (*g% fl^^^^^ rugated soles, J^£ g only *r^ WSS^wffWl ew Dress Oxfords, K^^^^^g^f tine black vici kid up U .. W/ persand &*% yZgS^sSSxf "and turn 20& 'Si Kr soles, only am Stuttering* Stammering* DR.E.LRIVENBUR6H of Chicago, is at the Metropolitan Hotel, St. Paul, Where he will remain Until May 25, To cure Stuttering, Stammering, Hesitancy, | Lisping and all forms of Speech Impediments. .My method removes the cause of stammering, therefore the cure Is permanent. The only j tetendOa and s...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

Tfi THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN. MANAGER. • EDITOR. T H E J O,U X A A L. is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4O Fourth street South, Journal . Building, Minneapolis, inn. C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—S6, 87. 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. Zj& 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 Ovj 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 CHAXUKS OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COXTIMJED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and untij^ all arrearages are paid. tOMI'LAJ.MS Subscribers will please notify the oilice i...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 1. 1901. EXHIBITION IS OPEN Gates at Buffalo Were Thrown Ajar This Morning. LARGE CROWDS AT EVERY GATE Ko Ceremonies Marked the Opening; of the Pan-American Exposi tion at Buffalo. fiuffalo. X. V., May I.—Without formal ceremonies the gates of the Pan-American Exposition were opened this morning. Large- crowds gathered at each gate. At 8:30 o'clock the turnstiles clicked, and the first of the millions that will visit the rainbow city passed into the grounds. Xo ceremonies marked the opening. It ■was decided by the, management to com bine the opening day ceremonies with those of dedication day, May 20. Storm, and the inevitable delays made Impossible the realization of the hope that this might be the first of the great expositions to be completed on its open lug day. But so much morfe already has been wrought than was deemed possible that all are satisfied. MANLINESSJN A NATION Vice President Roosevelt Speaks Be fore the Home Market Club. Boston, May 1. —Vice P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

6 CITY NEWS MECROLOGICAL JI'LIA L. MAIITIX died at the home of her daughter Mrs. F. F. Gray, 2325 Girard rvenue S, at 9 a. m. yesterday. Mrs. Martin was TO years of age and had been a patient tufferer for many years. Her husband, George P. Martin; son, Fred S. Martin, and daughter, Mrs. Gray, survive. The funeral will be held from the residence, 2 p. m. Thursday. Interment at Lakewood. KBI4 C XELSO.N died Sunday after noon at his residence. 2221 Twenty-third ave nue S, leaving a wife and two children. The 'uneral renrioea were held yesterday after aoou. Hurial will be in Kandiyohi county oa V'cdiiesJay. WILLIAM IIIVIV son of Patrick Irvin, 609 Jackson street XE, aged 26 years, died Monday morning from typhoid pneumonia, leaving a wife and three cnildren. He was a member of the Catholic Foresters. Notice of funeral later. FRANK A. SWARTZ died at C:3O a. m. yesterday at his residence, 534 Summer street NE. The funeral will be held from the Broadway M. E. church, at 2:30 p. m. Thursday...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1901. VERXA. BUTTER! BUTTER! We have secured the but ter sent to the State Dairy Department 'contest, each buttermaker producing: the best possible result, striv ing to carry off first prize and highest state honors. The Best Butter it is pos sible for expert buttermak ers to make, and our price per pound is QQa only •. "■ ** In nice new, clean 20-1 b. tubs, 22c. Delicious Home-made Pies Home-made Angel Cake, Gold Cakes, Sunshine Cake, German Pound Cake, Layer Cake, Coeoanut Macaroons, Almond Macaroons, Lady Fingers. Home-grown Spinach, peck 30c Plenty Asparagus at lowest price. Pie Plant, lb ...:....... ' . 4c Lettuce, two heads for or Tomatoes. 12&-lb basket 50c Maple Syrup— -N 1-gallon cans .- 90c V2-gallon cans .'...* 45c cans 23c Hoffman's No. 1 Rice Starch, package. 10c Good Parlor Broom 19c 10-lb bag Cornmeal lie Jelly, large pails 35c Fresh Pineapples * 18c Cranberries, per quart c Strawberries, per at 20c Pure leaf lard, per lb 10c 6 lbs good D...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

B After Sickness Take Vinol—Our Great Strength Creator. IT GIVES ONE A SPLENDID APPETITE. AND QUICKLY REBUILDS ' THE SYSTEM. We Will Refund the Price of Vinol if It Fails. ' The worst part of sickness, frequent ly, is getting over it. The patients strength is depleted, his system is generally demoralized, relapses are continually feared, and naturally. i Tha one thing to aid recovery is to give the patient that which will enable him .to get strong, and at the same time give strength direct to the different organs of the body. i Nothing will do this like Vinol. c It acts directly on the stomach, cre ates a healthy appetite, and enables the digestive organs to obtain the nec essary elements to increase the weight of the patient and to make new healthy flesh and muscle tissue and pure, rich, red blood. The following is a letter showing Vinol was taken and did good after a case of sickness. It reads as follows: • " I wish to certify to the very great benefit which has been derived from ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1. 1901 ALASKA IS FERTILE Wheat and Oats Can Be Grown There, Says Col. Ray. WINTERS ABE NOT BAD ; AT i ALL • Resources Are of Greater Impor tance Than the Gold Mines. . Say* the Colonel. *• w York Son Special Sarvfoa Washington, May 1. —Acording to Colonel P. H. Ray, who was In command of the department' of Alaska, there is great need of development of the re sources of that country, which are great and diversified, and which if developed "would be a greater importance aha a J all the gold mines. In all parts of the Yukon valley, oats, wheat and all kinds of grain can be grown. Blue joint grass grows two tons to the acre and 1.400 bushels of potatoes have been grown on four acres. Timothy has grown to a height of four feet. There is great need of good roads, so the interior may be ranched and settled. The climate of Alaska, he says, is even 1 5 Sq!^^B JHv^fiir' ';.-"",'*', //Jo6^ // _. / H ■ s . JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN, THE FINANCIAL KING better thin on the plain...

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