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

" MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 14, 1901. McLaughlin Special Prices! With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our XXXX at 15c per lb. To show the Trust our Coffees can not be kept from the people WE SELL GROCERIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $1.00 Mi hg Tiret 31® lUOm Quality Flour, $1.00 Our large grocery at 451 and 453 Waba sha street, St. Paul, is for sale to any good grocer, after which our goods will be sold exclusively through the retail grocers in that city. frf.Pillsbury's BestXXXXB- Flour, $1.88 $i*rrh Best Gloss, large flf|_ JiaiWll lump, 3 pounds for....|||C Prunes New California, 3c riUHwb per pound. %3C iIIaICDCS 12 boxes for. (36 Rice Worth 6c, price, «_ AIVC perlb lIQ D AQC 2"- cans, g; a Ivuj per can. 99 Lima Beans pirVar. 8c Cam 2"lb< cans fi<« vUIII per can VV Tniti?ifnpc standard - 3-Ib- 7 lUlilaiOGS cans, per can fG Raspberries ) Preserved In A Strawberries I he^ vy I yrup H)C •straw oernes > and put up in ittgi , Pineapple ) feo^™....

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. — 14 January 1901

s THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. . EDITOR. ":, TH E JO UK A'l. In published every evening;, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street. South, Journal Building', Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6,'B7, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TKRMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. ■- Delivered by Mail. One copy, one m0nth....:... $0.35 One copy, three months .. ...... 1.00 One : copy, .six m0nth5.v........./.....- 2.00 One copy, "one year ........".*.;.'.. 1.. 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. ' . One copy, one week ............. 1 8 cents ', One copy," one:month: ..'..• ." 35 cents Single copy .......::.............■. 2 cents CHA\«ES OF ADDRESS : V- Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must ' always give their . former as well as present address. . COATIM'ED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for disco...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1901. Women's Depts. on Second Floor. kjMltw k9 I B n|^9 ■■% ■ w Jbk jy v'■■ A ■ fi| ■MB'■ £9 ■■• ws * iijWiii ■ B KB tm I^Bfll Uk awl I I 39th Semi-Ann\ieJ Reduction Sale. Cld^Lk Dept. Misses' Jackets, large range to select from; ages 14. $C 16, 18, worth $7.50 to $10.............. %J Plush Capes, Jet and fur-trimmed, worth $12.50 $7.50 Children's $6.50, $8.50 and $10 Jackets, ages 4, 6, 8, $^.50 10, 12; to close « La.dies f Furnishing Dept. Seven styles of Ladies' Cambric Night Robes, some square neck, some V neck, some tucked yoke, some em- "7JS broidery insertion; all of them cut full and' long; an " /JC exceptional bargain at, each. '........... Ladles' black Cotton Hose, all our fine grade Colum bia brand and Yoila. Silk Hose, sold at 50c, 65c, 75c a ; „ X pair, for one day only we will sell them at. *Jt<J w Millinery We place on sale all our imported ribbons, plain and fancy,, in two lots for Tuesday. . Lot I—Assorted1 —Assorted colors, plain an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Commercial Club Opening—The for mal opening * of the Commercial Club will take place the evening of Jan. 30. The com mittee on. entertainment has provided an elaborate program, which includes addresses by prominent members, music, both vocal and instrumental, recitations and dancing. Fumigated tbe Station—Health Com missioner Hall and his corps of sanitary iin spectors spent an hour at the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul station Saturday on the lookout for smallpox. The entire building was fumigated. . There "are only three cases of a very mild type in the. quarantine hos pital at the present time. . ; ; , Seek Pay for Condemned Cows—The * ' Minneapolis DalrymtVs Association met Sat urday evening *to discuss the proposed bill compensating dairymen;for. cattle condemned for tuberculosis. A .committee of five was appointed to work with similar committees from the other associations of the state, The . committee consists of C. A. Nelson, Duke Mc- Coll urn, J. F. Corbett,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

MONDAY EVEMNG. JA"l^^ YERXA BhBB " ■■■ Bltjhl - ~.r ' . „•'_*. WK^Bm *■'■*' '■H^SH «'**fvv' '^B^^dßH^^ ' ■'•'' ' ■'■' J^^B^JmHß n E - "'. '^''^ ''^- |^Ji'' yq §^v^*'^;^ E^jJSB mSSm * AB^RV ' W^^Sft Pointers in Grocery Prices: Good Sweet Corn ||«^. d;;;°.:;.:sc Good California Prunes -,„ 3£c California Peaches ■•^l^.*»"»v' 8c Good Dairy Butter ~* 16c up Cllf f©P Fancy (golden Rio and Santos, a ICft "v!"^^^§:ood;dne, per pound ..... ._... IwW D#^l«a!VA' delicious Mocha and Java flavor, It:. cannot '>••■ o%lf%^i llDDdl be matched at other .stores •■ " 4*4*** i**o9*"" at 35c;....;..,..:...: «fay Hoffman House Coffee ££^30© TEASp^Ln kd nd. s:. f fro. ro. m:. p?: ; ;. 35c up YERXA BROS. SCO. STH ? T-«OLLIT Whan in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Stattou Washing-ton and Third Av«s. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.50 per day- European plan, 50c. 75c. $1 and $1.50. nilU choice restaurant at re...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

>8 WEAK ON THE WHOLE Wheat Closed on a Decline at Lower Prices. CHICAGO MAINTAINS A PREMIUM The AN lieut Visible Increased GOO, -000 Bu. and World's Ship ments Were large, ■111 I I 1 I I I I I I I I II I II l+# + Close Close ■ • 4* THE DAY'S RESULT To- Sat- + + day. trd'y. 4» + May wheat, Minneapolis.76 76% ■ ■ + May wheat, Chicago 77^6 77% •• + -May wheat, Duluth 77% 78% + + May wheat, St. L0ti5....75% 75% + + May wheat, New Y0rk...81% 82 + ■■H t I I I I I 1 I I I I 111 I I I it Minneapolis ChaniDer of Commerce, Jan. 14.— There was a quiet opening in wheat, May starting on a slight recession from Sat urday's close at 76% c. Cable advices showed continuance of the- narrow tone abroad, Liv erpool coming J 4 d off, and %d lower on t-eroiid advices. World's shipments were above expectations, running to 8,369.000 bush els. Of this total the American shipments made up the bulk at nearly 6,«w,000 bushels. Receipts at northwestern points were 645 cars, compared with, 757 last year. Not ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1901. 1 >^/^7iOi*^^o _?_T* 0* i^"ir!_r* _rV iT$ 9 - *-* fOr °tber bus'nesses* why not for yours? There is no reason Ij\%JV Cm I /^S /It %F jf*3 %M I tfifiil iitll3 !^ Why money spent in advertising should not he as advantageous | V *** *^4J**J^ M±J ** K^*\SKS%M M AMIMMg^ foryou , TRY AN AD ON THIS PAGE. '■■ -? MINNESOTA : EAST GRAND FORKS—Henry Thompson, a resident' for several years, died of con sumption. aWB £ FARl.BAULT—Faribault has a case of smallpox, the victim being John M. Camp r. bell, - ;r*:; , ST. ; JAMES— Hans Thompson, one of the oldest^ residents of Watonwan county, died, t a.ged ST years. .. *' NOKTHFEILD—At the meeting of the Old Settlers' Association, i it was decided to hold the annual reunion and banquet in I. O. O. F. hall. on.Feb. 22. ; DETROIT— silver wedding anniversary S of Dr. and Mrs. Carman was celebrated by " a, 1 reception to their friends. Dr. Carman lo oated in Detroit in 1880. ORTONVThe Ortonville Granite and Monumental ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

10 SPORTS FANS WILD WITH - An Important Baseball Announce- ment Given Out. "PEBBLE JACK" FOR CAPTAIN Glnsseock Slated la Lead "Western l.fiiK'nc ' Team in Minneapolis ' This Year. All the inner circle of Minneapolis base -1 alldom went wild when the report that Jack Glasscoek was to captain the Min neapolis team of the Western league next summer had been duly circulated and di gested. It took some time for the infor mation to get a good hold on the under standing, but when it did every one went wild, but it was not for joy or delight. Glasscock, known as '"Pebble Jack" and "Battle Ax" is about as popular in Min neapolis as Ban Johnson, possibly more bo, and A. B. Beall, who is to have charge of the new franchise in Minneapolis, will make a big hit with the fans of Minneap olis when he brings Glasscock here to cap tain the team. But possible the veteran has been converted. There does not appear to be any ques tion but that the Sioux City franchise in the Western league has been trans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

' ' I' I B ;, %' 8 1''-#«s, ■'"i t |,i l , r ' * 'i' 1'I*****!!^ 3~ ' .Jpv!i . %^\ '" ' ■ ■ HJST3SS THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. PENSION FOR MAJOR DAVIS Senator Davis' Father t $50 a Month, 4 PASSED BY THE SENATE Daniel Objects to a Vote on the Ca- nal Bill Feb. ii. TELLER'S FILIPINO PETITION Senator Stewart Sayt. It It Simply v Demand for Surrender- Army Bill. Washington. Jan. 15.—At the opening of to-day's session of the senate a bill grant ing a pension of $50 a month to Horatio X. Davis, father of the late Senator Davis of Minnesota, was passed. Mr. Davis was a captain in the commissary department. Mr. Morgan, chairman of the committee on inter-oceanic canals, asked unanimous consent that a final vote upon the Nicara gua canal bill and its amendments be taken up at 5 p. m. on Feb. 11. Mr. Dan iel of Virginia objected. Filipino Petition. Mr. Teller's resolution providing for printing as a public document the petition of 2,006 Filipinos was laid before the een ate. Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

2 FRAGRANT BRAIN FIELDS. Food that Takes One Back to Childhood. "The delicious odor that comes when you pour hot milk or cream over Grape-Nuts, takes one back to childhood and the wide, golden harvest fields when the wind blew in your face the scent of ripened grain, and made you. oh so hungry! yOf all the appetizing foods. Grape-Xuta food is the chief. ■ I was led to change my diet and take up Grape-Xuts from the fact that 1. had a very serious, long-standing case of constipation, which originated from coffee drinking. Constant headaches, backaches, and a stomach that felt like lead was the condition; while the mind was tilled with misgivings of all sorts, and I verily believe 1 would have gone insane if i< had not been for the temporary relief from various cures for constipation, but there seems lo be no permanent relief ex cept iv good food like Grape-Xuts. "This food is the same to a weak stom ach as kind words and a gentle touch to an athiug heart. All my doubt and fear <...

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

TTJESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 15. 1901 V Prevent Baldness And Cleanse the Scalp of Crusts, Scales, and Dandruff by Shampoos with And light dressings with CUTICURA, purest of emollient and greatest of skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, whole some, healthy scalp when all else fails. Millions of Women JSE CUTICURA SOAP, assisted by Cuticura Ointment, the great skin cure, for preserving, purifying, and beau tifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whiten ing, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for uicerative weaknesses, and many sa...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H X J O I! R X A L id published every evening,' except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. - , C. J. Billaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87. 88 Tribune building. ipf-jlOi CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. .■-'.,■■ . SIBSCRIPTIOIS TKRMS 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 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. cohtiiubo All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. I'OMPL.AIXTS Subscribers will pleaiie notify the oiilee in every eate tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1901. Unparalleled I Silk Waist w°° d™° ay AliV V V First Time. Bargains, 'j 1 AT Three hundred new ones will be here /" "> ¥"—* f\ /"\ Wednesday morning for your choosing. V^ L 111 I To these we will add fine Novelty Waists V J 1 WI / from our stock that have sold at $10.00, M V^ $12.60, $13.50 and $15, in all the choice colors. Our advice is to get in early and get the choioe. They will be better than you expect. New Walking Skirts perfect hanging skirts 4>O vj) /. J U 1U New Street Skirts. New Silk Skirts. Just Received by Express. FRED. D. YOUNG & CO., 01<"| 8vu' its , 513 Nicollet Ay., Syndicate Block. • Waists. XOTICE There are so many well advertised preparations which have proved absolutely worthless, that we feel it our duty to our patrons, as well as to the manufacturers, to distinguish Goldman's Zz* celsior Hair Restorer and Tonic. We have seen the restorer bring back the original color to hundreds of gray and faded heads of hair,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Prea't Northrop Spoke—At the First Congregational church Sunday evening, Presi dent Cyrus Northrop made a special address to an audience largely composed of univer sity students. He presented, in hia charac teristic, forcible manner, the opportunities tor education in such an Institution as the university and commented on the field that Jay before the scholar and his relation to the world. He did not agree with the Impor tance placed upon the lost arts by some fa mous men, advancing the idea that the fu ture would see development which would jnore than counterbalance the loss of any arts in the past. TWO NEW FACTORIES Soon to Be Established Here by Eastern Investors. THEY LOOKED THE GROUND OVER (The Aew Plants IV 111 Involve an Uxpenditnre of Half a Million. The advantages of East Minneapolis as a manufacturing center have just been •tudled by a party of eastern capitalists ■who arrived in the city from the west last ISunday. The easterners were shown over the city yeste...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 15. I9OT. YERXA . - ' MBM :- ' ■ ■ HgujfißE^B 'Ke S;V ■ n r;i Js£ttff «ml ffflMH «Bn& We Invite Business on the Basis of Lowest Prices on Best Goods. * Good Sweet Corn asx£;Be Dairy Butter .&..:..•.... I6e SI Selected Eggs » o ,n ii c r^r.:::::::::::::::::::::::: m Prunes iboodCaUfornia> 3&§ Pot Roast ••••••••••. •'••• a _ ... ",'•* "", \ Thick Boiling Beef 5c PeachesSSunK nl a b d 8c ™ ™"«* Bee * A nn | Bushel AC. Pork.Chops 10c •tppicS b0x...... ... , ..OOC Pork Loins . 9c Honey Comb Honey. 25c fT^.:::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: II noney sfor.... _i 25c pike 9c DvaftAPWAfl strawberries, «_ Pickerel 7c preserved can......................8c whueFi5hC........................... ioc' PrAtAPVAfi Raspberries, q Finnan Haddie 10c riCSCIVeU can OC Fresh Herring ............ .......... 4c Cdf f Fancy Golden Rio and Santos, a '''I'CA wwnvw good one, per pound ..... ....... ■^V D A L <•* 1 A delicious Mocha and Java flavor. It cannot - 0%0% it Oil a ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

8 A SAD STORY There Seems to Be Con \ siderable Diversity of Opinion both as to the '• Occasion for and the Kind : of Treatment to Be Given :to Persons . Suffering from Nervous Debility. . _s -♦♦» - _ ■ "•I hope this correspondence will not prove uninteresting reading to those who have been inclined to look upon this subject as one emi nently worthy of neglect. April 10, IS9B.—Dear Doctor: You will pardon the liberty 1 take in adressing a Btranger, but I wish to ask your advice con cerning my own case. Briefly, stated, it is this: 1 am a young man of 28 years, unmar ried, a clerk in a store; am ■ six. feet tall, weigh 156 lbs, and am in fair health. My only trouble is a nervous weakness. When a boy I formed a bad habit, and only found out toy error four years ago. .My condition alarms me, as I am anxious to do what I can towards a cure before I get married, which 1 1 expect to do within a year. I have very frequent losses." When 1 am constipated- 1 | have an oozing. Organs of my bod...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENTNTG, JAXUAEY 15, 1901. I Mlf#t£»# ' i You Say You Fee/ *w ■ WW SS€MML | Sick All Over? J I Matter* I Dr. Greene's I H bj£BL- H M BLOOD AND fci I wMj 1 INervura g& I N m^r 4^ 9 Is Just What You Need to Put You p| £%BM JP In Perfoot Health. i> •'■:■•; vrJßr*!^iß^cr Jgss!J[jo^' .«T don't know what is the matter with me 1| f^if ' mf •^^VfSK^^l pP^" ' J *—I feel sick all over !" is the exclani- £ j I ' irrmSfir^ -sTfifrol ' ation of the sick, debilitated and run O m\ \-.ML v ni |K^*» J^MJiP^^ A dozen fingers would hardly suffice to ffl BfcßSLXmf^ • 'f^/ffKp A3 JJJb S !^^i ' _ point out your troubles—a pain here, a weak- p| Ift^ r~-^^fl|mlliPP^^^^ ness there; headache, bad digestion, poor pj ■ Wf^ ■ scsz^T^' n^P^^^^ appetite, biliousness, constipation. You are ||j Wffl ;r:*" ' "":.,■-.• t^rr^ Jfcagaß^g& nervous, irritable, sleepless, weak and dis- eN ||p - ;!.•'■* •'• \L&OBi W^^^ couraged. You have no ambition, energy JR If Jfc S — I~^T»T v • or strength.to wor...

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

10 WHEAT LOST A HALF The Market Is Down a Cent in Two Days. BRADSTREET DECREASE SMALL JVorthvreal Receipts Continue larger Than i.aat Year—General Gossip. CIOM CIOM TBE DAY'S RESULT To- Yea day, trd'jr. May wheat, Minneapolis.7s ,* 76 May wheat, Chicago....-77' 77 1 / £ May wheat, Duluth 77?» 77% May wheat, St. Louis 74% 75% May wheat, New Y0rk...81% 81% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 15. —Lower cables brought a weaker feeling in wheat and opened May *ie off at 75% c. The •arly news was bearish. Liverpool closed *t<J lower. Northwestern receipts were :tt!6 cars, agaln«t 296 last year. The principal elements of strength remain centered in Chicago. There was a renewal of the gossip concerning the prospective moves of the crowd reported to be carrying the ions line in that mar ket. Interest is directed to that quarter and the market remains quiet and hesitating, but shows quick response to every sign of new development. Dnluth and Chicago are now on a parity, with Duluth occa...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING/ JANUARY 15, 1901. /t /"/l 7ZI #*//o /rt /!• I£T* *% /^W^^^^^f /T Kt*m2*um**A /or other businesses f why not for yours? There is no reason JM.LI V Cifl^l MM If IS tfM I ffiftfl IFI IMM C# Why money Spent in advertising should not be as advantageous m^g V **M *r+±JMMMg^ M*J I* K^ %^KS%* A 1 111 Ag£ foryQW TRY AN AD ON THITPAQE. OBSTACLE IN THE TREATY SENATOR , PAVIS' AMENDMENT Hut r.iiulumi Would Kierclse the Same Power at J«u«»* It' in, . ,^ ;_;.;... Its Interest. .. New York, Jan. —A dispatch to the Tribune from London says: « ' It .is not v " considered probable at the American: embassy/ that- the foreign office will take decisive action upon the amended canal treaty this week. There is a hope ful feeling'that ihe foreign office will take advantage of a favorable . opportunity for I bringing fifty years of controversy to an i end and promoting geed feeling between the two countries. There would be little doubt that the changes in the text would be sanc tioned if th...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 January 1901

12 WORTH MILLIONS. But Could Not Buy Bread. So Goes the Story. Like the Man at Klondike, Who Died of Starvation, with His Hot Fall of Gold. Many Die Yearly, With rieans of Salvation at Hand, Were they But Able to Use Them. Physicians the world • over. have known of Bed believed in the ; virtues of cod liver; oil. They, have, alas! also realized its drawbacks and the: impossibility of administering it where It would do good. Doctors have seen hundreds of people die or . consumption and other .' wasting diseases^ - whom - they knew might have been saved had 'they, only been able to . take ; enough • cod liver oil : to : obtain from It a sufficient amount of the medicinal principles which it contained. It is not necessary to go to doctors to know why cod liver oil has not been a popular • remedy,. or :to realize how few people are able to take enough of it to do them any good. The many who have-needed and at v tempted to take this nauseating remedy, if ; they are still In a position wh...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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