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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

2 TO RAISE INDEMNITY Commission's Detailed Report to the Ministers at Peking. ALTERNATIVES ARE PRESENTED Source* From Which China May Raiae the »eea»ary Revenue. A'cw York Sun Soactaf Stwvfc*. London, May 3.—The ' Peking corre ■ spondent of the Times sends a precise statement of the indemnity commission's report. Considering the improbability of China paying from her own resources the £ 05,000,000. needed, four alternatives, the report says, present themselves. First, a Chinese loan not guaranteed by the powers. Such a loan would be almost ruin ous to China. ' Second, a loan guaranteed by all the powers. Such a loan would be easily obtain able. It would hasten the payment of the indemnities and the restoration of normal conditions. It would be advantageous to trade, but would involve heavy responsibili ties for the government and might lead to difficulties in the event of differences among the guaranteers, who might requite control of the revenues hypothecated. Third, to issue Chine...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

"*" J'mJ-a-'*■*■■*■ * AJ^l^Ui -<- ~D,,; : ITT^T "T^ ifll - ffi jfUJI | BIG-- STOHIg Oi cnuic Bl° stqre Lvllll V * ARCADE Straw Hats at % Actual Value li 3W IlalS .aI /3 AWUuI yaiiic 200 dozen Manufacturer's Samples, bought at 33 l on the dollar, will be placed on sale Saturday morn- Ing, May 4. This will be an exceptional opportunity to get your season's Straw Hats. All this season's goods; no old stock. There are in this lot Hats for the Children, Hats for the Boys and Hats for Men. The 200 Dozen, Without Reserve, will be Placed on Sale in 3 Lots: 15c 25c 50c These are"facts; the summer weather is here and Straw gJII" T^s| Hats are in order. The place to buy them is where you B?*§!P^Ti get the best value for the money. This you can get at The Big- Store. AH Goods Marked in Plain Figures. v '*-^-^ w . i I^^^'^: Sensational Clothing Bargains! We make the following great reductions for Saturday only. Come early and get first choice. Goods all r~-\ new and fresh this season. ?J Choi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. 5. MoLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. f * — THE JOURNAL la published •Tery evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. " O. J. Billaon, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6. 87, 88 Tribune building. " v CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. £»« Stock Ex change building. . SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. _ One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months J.OO Ono.copy, six months • ••Jjjj One copy, one year *-°" Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy,. one week cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy ......;......::_:.V..... 2 cents Advertisers Prove Circulation. THE— - i lid Minneapolis Journal Beats Them All In Amount of Adver tising Carried in April, 1901. j Here Are the Figures Measurement for April, 1901. Columns Journal—Evening—26 issues... 1243 Tribune—Evening—26 issues and -i Sundays 1147 Times—Morning—26 issues and 4 Su...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

FKIDAY E7ENIN<3F,"M3tTS. 1901/ Surprise Special Sale No. 211 AT THE SURPRISE STORE, 318 AND 320 NICOLLET AYE. On Sale One Week, Beginning Tomorrow, Satur day, and Ending Next Friday. , r JL* ; High-Class #4i@S Men's Suits TO Hl^l^i p||P A very select showing of the very ! iPI W^W^^LJt^i^ latest novelties in fine quality all wool Striped Flannels, and pure '^^ScS^^S /Jll all Fancy Worsteds; examples te^gj&jH«gaß^B6aPiif' of advanced tailoring art; cut in «^^^S^^®^:^^^^^' the new military style and superb - uir<%Z& lf?±Z B&H"" V made and lined; in all men's *«M*'2|-jfe]Sisejß^ :^s£^-=^sp'ss«- ■ rprrular sizes. •fillip Hen's Very Stylish and Per- fl*^> &|5 ft "7 Esft fectly Reliable Suits SP%3 *P*J AS* * m%Jf\M Hen's fine All-Wool Cassimere &4f| 4fc'lK and Pure Worsted Suits *P ■ V *P I£■ H* *%9 Every garment is of a standard cloth from a reputable mill. Every one of them will hold color aud shape and will wear well. Always fresh, new productions. BOYS* KNE...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

6 CITY NEWS April Revenue Stamp Sales — The Stamp sales of the revenue office In Minne apolis for April were $73,148.36. as against 161.668.58 last month and J65.490.95 for April a year ago. - Commercial Club Reception—A re ception will be given at the Commercial Club, on the evening of May 8, to the woman relative* and friends of the members. It ia to be known as ladies' night. There will be dancing in the main dining-room. Police Force Limit Heached—Mayor Ames has filled the police department to its limit of 221 meuiDers. Three men discharged at the beginning of his administration have been reappointed. They are W. T. Fox, George W. Gale and Edward Nearhaugeu. Hennepia SI. K. >. V Concert— The Sunday school of Hennepln Avenue Methodist church will be given a fre entertainment to night. It will consist of a concert program and refreshments. Josephine Bonaparte Klce, Alberta Fisher and Heiga Olson will assist, and T. Hough will introduce an Edison con cert-grand phonograph. \«ioj...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1901. YERXA. Coffee Not everywhere is the Coffee weighed out to you fresh, crisp, warm from the roaster. Not elsewhere (in the world) is such fragrant, rich, smooth Java and Mo cha flavored coffee as "Hoffman House" Sold at 30c a pound—not if you pay 4,"c per pound for it. If, upon trial, Hoffman House doesn't justify the broad claim, ■we hand you back your money. Hoffman House Coffee, lb 30c Robal Coffee --c Golden Rio and Santos 15c BUTTER! BUTTER! We have secured the but ter sent to the State Dairy Department contest, each buttermakcr 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 crs to make, and our price per pound is *Jj ** only A*SC In nice new, clean 20-lb. tubs, 22c. Sweet Dairy Butter, 16c, 18c and 20c. Good Rice pound 3k Pearl Tapiota pound 4c Lamp Chimneys Each 4s Scrubbing Brashes S.S9c Good parlor Broom 19c Indiana Parlor Matches, doz i>c 5 ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

JL > The Plymouth Clothing House. - '&.'] { « *«. BST'S^a^S^STS^ tV^^^w^Vstai3^l^fe See Shobu Windatvs. Correct Fashionable Kress k M' § 1I W ■ U| £ If 1111 1H Corner Sixth and JVicollet. from Head to Foot. HffijßjjfliniiMßMl^S^uMAjdfe^m^&nJSj ' ' ■ -- Everything choice to wear for men, women and children. Sole agents in this section for many of the leading specialist manufacturers, foreign and domestic, in Hats, Clothes, Furnishings and Shoes. Not only this, but our great assortment also includes the least expensive desirable goods, at always the lowest prices. ;/•£ - . .-, ''. ;_ ' ■ _________ XOe Incite Attention to our Superb Spring StocK. of ]&$&& Men's - Boys' Clothing, mmL ~~^^^^^g|^^^^^^=^ Special and exclusive patterns in Overcoatings, Business Suitings and Trouseringsevery garment marked /^^*h&!lkK. '^H Hi-' \ iiP*§BS with that peculiar individuality that makes the Plymouth Clothing so highly desirable and far superior to ordin- £1 ?*'Vjnr**J^k i...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

if RID AY EVENING, MAY 3, 1901. Northwestern Mines NEARLY ALL PLACED 21,000,000 Tons of Ore That Will Be Mined This Year. LITTLE OF IT WILL BE SOLD Sitf Companies Have lac for It Themielves-Sbipmenti Are About to Benin. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., May 3.—While compara tively little of the expected iron ore out put of the Lake Superior region will be sold this year, as most of it is to be mined by companies using all they take | out, the allotments of ore for the year have already taken up practically all that will be mined. The United States Steel , corporation has reserved the entire prod- , net of many of its mines, including Fayal . and some more of the larger ones. This company is in fact offering almost noth ing at all from the Mesaba range except from the Hibbing group, nothing at all from the Vermiilion range, nothing from the Carnegie mines of the Gogebic, noth ing from the Steel & Wire or Carnegie mines of the Marquette, and little from - its Menominee mines....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

10 Sensational Suit Sale Saturday morning we will offer values of such a charactar that we will have reason to expect the largest crowd of buyers we have ever had. Miss Quinlaa is now in th* New York market, has sent us about two hundred handsome Tailor-Made Suits—and Walking Suits—purchased at prices less than actual cost to manufacture —every suit made according to our usual standard of quality. We have carefully gone over our entire stock of Suits and we offer all our high-grade Suits at prices to corre spond with our special purchases. At -I "I r" r\ New Eton Suits, in homespuns, in gray, tan and Mil "1 SI I green, trimmed with stitched taffeta band9;these »P JL J.J \J have been f2&50 suits—only about 20 of these. At . r" r\r\ A few tight fitting and Eton Suits in black and 4> ISI H I nav >' blure <re*ular 825 BUits- If we haye your *P -L J ,\J\J size—wonderful value. At "1 O r* r\ A nice assortment of Eton and Tight Fitting £ \\ r\ S I I Suits in cheviots, homespun...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

FKIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1901. JteKEL PLATE 307 NICOLLET AYE. New Gloria $3.50 Boots ffSSSIf just received four big- shipments of IWh these lovely boots—New "Gloria," pat |§'^^j ent v*c* kid, with stylish yellow welt M 11 stitched soles, Cuban heels, new "Juno" M' &p toe; patent vici is the new leather for JR. \sk Dress Boots, soft as a glove ;and liikN<v V*k very durable. Our "Glorias" arc -^^fe^S^J^j, perfect fitting 1 and the handsom piL^S^k est looking ffe A P|| Ipfew boot ever 2fc«j 711 sold for llrwaww New "Gloria" Enamel and fine Glaze Kid Lace Boots, swagger extension sole, new dull kid tops, nobby lasts, latest style tips, very best AA Cft of linings and trimming's; take a look % C Jojlfj at them; best boots you ever saw for ™ wbww Witt's Meat Market 411 icollet Ay. 1 Tel. S&a 1!. 76' 1237' LAMB LAMB LAMB ] EXPORT BEEF BUTTER DEPT. Just the weather lor lamb Rib boilini? beef. % Q ! f-lb. jar Choice AC. Minnesota Young rhow Pot 7o A lb- Jar best private made Minneso...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

12 Strong Testimony from Prominent Doctors. After Years of Scientific Research and Thorough Tests, Prominent Practitioners Prescribe and Indorse DUFFY'S MALT WHISKEY for All Diseases of Throat and Lungs. They Prescribe It Exclusively as a Tonic and Stimulant When the System is Weak and Run Down from Disease or Overwork. The following letters from prominent physicians were taken at random from many thousands we have received from doctors, who have made xneir great successes with DUFFY'S PURE fIALT WHISKEY: Dr. Philip Taylor, 502 E. -Grace St., Richmond, Va., "wrote us on Dec. 7, 1900 as follows: "Gentlemen: 1 have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey in my practice and am well satisried with its effects." " , „ Dr. J. D. Cole, Alexandria Bay, >. V., wrote us, on Dec. 5, 1900: "I have been using Duffy's Malt Whiskey in my family and practice for the past fif teen years, with very beneficial results. 1 often prescribe it for anaemic pa tients and some forms of indigestion; also for conval...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1901. '' i^' - « v '•'•'■• ' H <=a)ith poor- Try z MI %« . ' «^ • Florsheim All Patent Kid BlucHer Oxford '■fund wear the best and most etylisH low cut shoe made. Sold by Stanley AtZ Nicollet (Avenue MADE BUT ONE CONVERT MTAL RESULTSIX TWELVE YEARS Father Lafevre Return* From a Mission to Northern Eskimos and Indians. Special to The Journal. Victoria. B. C, May 3.—Rev. Father Lafevre has arrived from the far-away Arctic. For twelve years he has been stationed at Fort MePherson. about 160 miles from the mouth of the Mackenzie. There he has labored for years among the Eskimos and Indian? ano has made several trips to the whaJers in their winter quarters at Marshall island. So difficult has been the work among the people of that land at the rainbow top, that he has been able to make but one convert as a result of his many years of faithful labor, and that convert, says the reverend father, was a dying old woman, converted on the verge of the grave. It is a yea...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

1$ ▼>1M Russian M 4 Boys' Russian M<L Sailor Blouse Suits. WE have a most picturesque showing of suits for Small Boys, including many novelties not to be found elsewhere. All are from our own workrooms, which insures the highest stand ard as to quality of material, tailoring, etc. Low prices, too. 15 different in Sailor Suits, of all wool, light and $^y.6S medium dark mixtures; well made and prettily trimmed. £ Good wearing quality. Exceptional value*, at 25 different style* in Sailor Suits of all wool materials,* $ £.00 in blue, royal blue, brown, gray, red, tan, etc. Beauti- £J fully made and richly trimmed. Our own make, at Many exclusive novelties in Boys' Kus- ${? $fi,so f n $1f) sian blouse suits, light weight woolens Of U lv 11/ Rnvc* Wnictc 35 different styles to choose m> r\ vu Ja TTaiaio from and all good materials. Fine *%tE/^ o _j B1 AIICOB Percales, Chambrays and Oxford t/tfV ano DIOUSeS. Cheviots. Unequaled values at Browning, King 4 Co. C.J.GUTGESELL, Mgr. JZ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

: '- .xvxux'jy^x-ju^;' XU ; fyj^^yj^t-hrfrrrajaa. ■JL ,6, JL«/V/J-« SPORTS BIG FIGHT TO-NIGHT The Sharkey-Russell Mill to Come Off at Denver. BOTH MEN IN FINE FETTLE Skarkey la the Favorite in the Bet ting—Ten Rounds the Limit. Denver, Col.. May 3.—''Sailor Tom" Sharkey and Fred Russell, the California heavyweight, will meet for a ten-round Bo in the arena of the Columbia Athletic Association to-night. Both men have been training hard at separate quarters on the outskirts of the city for a month and are pronounced by their trainers to be in perfect condition. Sharkey's special effort has been to accustom himself to tbe high altitude and these who are nearest him and should know say there is no danger of his wind being affected in the least by it. He will weigh close to 190 pounds and is in the pink of condition. He is confident he will carry over the big end of the purse. Russell has fought sev eral fights here and in other places in Colorado during the past year and is thor oughly ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

Id WHEAT OPENED HIGHER, BUT MET WITH DECLINE Firmer Cables and Lighter Argne tine Shipments Gave Strength at the Start. GOOD CROP NEWS CAME LATER Seeding Generally Completed—V ter Wheat Outlook Remains Very Promising. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May Z. —Wheat opened strong this morning and higher, but could not hold the advance and slumped off almost a cent on the early trad ing. The market started under the same conflicting influences that have been work ing for a time. It was a firmer foreign feel ing and some other strengthening factorg in the general wheat situation, against the re markable fine showing In the crop outlook in this country, and the increasing probabilities of a very heavy yield. Liverpool was *» to %d higher. Argentine shipments fell off and the- bulls also had the advantage of any encouragement that might be drawn from a bull corn market, with Chicago May corn celling up to 58c. Minneapolis July wheat opened *c higher at 76% c. The slump that followed took ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1901. mWulul Out . i || for our famous 3 RodßmTrddeMarksk Wwhkh^absolutely gmr-$ [fim When you see fAevL wgafotvtrademark onM COAL TAX MUST STAND GOTBRmBXT IS DETERMINED Sir Michael Hicks-Beach Says the Burden Kails on Those Able to Bear It. New York Sun Special Service London, May —The proposed debate in the house of commons of the proposal to place an export duty on coal was adjourned last evening, until Monday, but a speech by Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, chancellor of the exchequer, was sufficient to show that the government is determined to adhere to the proposal, and also that it has a consolidated party to support it. Sir William Vernon Harcourt denounced the proposal as bad finance. He drew a gloomy picture of the stress caused by foreign competition, and prophesied that ; The tax would result in closed pits and Starving colliers. The chancellor of the exchequer de clared that it was the unalterable deter mination of the government to make the duty not onl...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

18 wSL '•'£>! «Q,~^ pn You can always smell a "dead jfr^Cy^^f^^^^ He has a costive-looking face. lb/jF /)^2!? Jps/ ; : liv(v3^L« is ')rcat'l noc^ you down. /T /A f^N^^^^Nl^^^ Hc.dra^s his fcct#" '/< \ hn-isf A iv. listeners to his talk turn their \ r/l n' \ I heads the other way. jr \ I FLA • His breath poisons God's pure He ought to keep clean inside; —that means sweet breath, quick brain, swift moving feet. You can't feel well and act well with your bowels clogged, sending. poison all through your body. Clean them out gently but thoroughly and keep them clean with CASCARETS, Candy Cathartic, and you will find that all bowel and liver ills and the nasty symptoms that go with them are quickly and permanently LIVER TONIC 10c. ¥£WS&^i^m^^^m^mi&g&tiK9&ff^^^ 25c sQc.^^ag^l P^-l&M^^^ SOLDB^ BULK. all druggists Sa JUJHL»JB«**^^ SOLD IN BULK. A|Si)p all bowel troDblet. appendicitis bll- I f|| IB?% H 1171" Pffl 7°*^^' Ftr? ZY2X ?&° Pll D L T" US ne^. Lad breath...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

SFKIDAY EVJCTT_>TG, MAY 3, IBOT. 19^^^JFINA^CIAL^^^^_ Continued." MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE •with steady ' positions in good concerns, on their own names; no security; easy payments. Tolman. 920 N. Y. Life building. , • - 4* TO 6 PER CENT MONEY. WITH THE on or before" privilege,, to loan on Improved property in -Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. M. Newport,' 809-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st S. Minneapolis. _• AT LOWEST RATES—MONEY TO LOAN. E. D. Cone & Co.. 517 Guaranty Loan building. MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW ratea. David P. Jones & Co.. Onelda building. - QUICK LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE, : SAME DAY AS APPLICATION. On your own name without security or in dorser; payment payable to suit yourself. These who contemplate borrowing can be as sured of th- confidential. treatment that all persons of refinement and pride feel is essen tial in matters of this nature. Our offices are so arranged that you do not come in con tact with other applicants, and you can be waited on ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

20 S°l* 1/^,,^'r M V Tints Soft Hats, $3; /—M^ Minneapolis- st. paui,: j Service Comfort SkoeS, $2.5 0 Satis- Agentsfor I OUHg SIV.J. .11 CITS, c+iff HatS, $3; / JBHBB^^BMB^^^.'' 315. to 325- Nlcollet Avenue. _•""% ■ Corner Sovcnti and Robert Streets, ._ "* ' / nMjjaiMu-^ -.- Silk Hats, $6—the popu- /4 -v* •^^SfisX Ak W) - faction assured or a new pair free — jjjjn /^ 8^ lar hat— highest character ■/M l\ |Wl IIMupM , /mSr/ ■— *j **m. <iwh> >** >BIIV a shoe of prestige —built On Com-' ffl\ fi hats-most excellently /Jj »■! Pj/_^ Wi fjffl/ /£k J^k JS^ /^OIFIS mOn SenSe ideaS by experts—they /W 2^^ - . in and St. JfJrTili Wl(S^^ JS^ 5^5 s^xl StyleS~aS £°°d aS any sh°C \^S *A_\_TO(iv\\ li\T Paul at the same price (1 Wl so^ m 1S mar^et f°r #3.00 and y_U*i as sold in New York (by *™^Bf|l^^ iV||Pni|9Wj MpMMM^jpmii^y^|| Rf $3.so—they are the best shoe today the maker, ,j f\f\ \J( :■ I^~v.<wW' /A %^%SSMMMmMA^^ ECa2^2m£3Km^^M for the money, The Palace of- dj^ CA of course)— all ...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTTRNAE; PRICE TWO CENTS. TELL A STORY OF HUSH MONEY Sensational Statement' ? Saloon keepers in Jud^e McGee's, Court This Morning. Say the Administration Got One-Third the Income From the Nickel Gambling Machines. Agents Had a Monopoly for a Cer- tain Kind of Machine and Col- lected the Money. One-third of the income from the slot machines operated by ninety-seven Min neapolis saloonkeepers was set aside for "protection" from the "authorities," otherwise the police. That is the substance of the statements made in Judge McGee's courtroom this morning by Thomas Lyons, Gideon E. Clark, J. E. "Tooze" Rogers and others. This was the day appointed for the sen tencing of the saloonkeepers who had pleaded guilty to having in their places nickel-in-the-slot gambling machines. They were on hand to pay their fines. Sensational Charge*. This sensational charge was made with circumstantial minuteness, and, accord ing to the saloon-keepers who made the disclosures, the agents wer...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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