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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 10 May 1901

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Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL^ PRICE TWO CENTS. DON'T WANT CEAPPELLE Filipino Petition Against Him Is Forwarded to the Pope—They Want Archbishop Nozaleda Again. Manila. May 11.—A petition is on its way to the pope, isigned. practically, by all the native priests, agaiast the return here of Archbishop Phappelle as administrator and favoring the return of Archbishop Nozaleda, who, although in Rome, is still archbishop of Manila, his resignation never having been accepted. The opposition to Archbishop Chappelle is chiefly n account of his expressed intention to encour age the establishment of American priests in the.Philippines. The petition cites an American military order prohibiting the placing o* ecclesiastics over people who are opposed to them. There is no probability of ArohbUhop Chappelle's return or his transposition from the archbishopric of New Orleans. The petition indicates a change of sentiment with reference to Archbishop No taleda. The question is whether the people will appr...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

2 of 30% points, in connection with the set tlement. Money was abundant and easy to-day, partly owing to the bill brokers' Indispo sition to do business. Futures over May 17th, however, were In strong request. Discount* were firm and were strength ened by the quotations at which the treas ury bills were taken, together with the posalbltty of the withdrawal of American capital from here as the result of the losses in the United States. Business on the stock exchange was more cheerful in consequence of the Im provement in Americans. Operators were hopeful that the worst of the crisis was over. Though the fears regarding the settlement were not past, they were some what allayed by the belief that the diffi culties would not equal previous expecta tions. It is thought in some quarters that a very small account will be carried over, owing to the forced closing of the past few days. Americans fluctuated consider ably, closing weaker. No further changes are expected before the making up of...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. _ WHAT WOMEN of AMERICA THINK of PE-RU-NA I p .^ >j . 1,.. ~^i "^T-cj Jtsff c 9'« ■ .*, Iffjw EHflsEHwSsv iii *^ '1 i "■■■« Et>s4 Kr^"^ 1^ KHKtwpftjM ■ ESj BH 123 csSeM MSA Bg|| beEE? ■«£§ HpjT^ BhT bSpm Bbsj ■■■ w^tt ■£& ' BBhS HBj^a^w BBS BjE3tffis& BJBfHift Bhh BH^^^ BSfi^^^ hbhi . ■ , RfiS ■ hSRBSkH mHk PBnff ICTpBw - jSgB l£ua flffi EBfs»ft ; EBlfl' . HBm eIEh '■ Bi&LJWy; E9 ttfif B 9 Bfil WSH - E9 ■^■HnSSa 881 wBB H iSJftjffl *§fH Kn E*j w§Cto!sw mßU^i-^*«* fiV^iS &^'^ f™ia I Xvi Vnn a ESS \tiS3m E r^'i-J ' . Ben HSI - Gbrhl^w B9 p™B Wtt^iKß WOMEN OF LETTERS, OF SOCIAL FAME, THE ARTIST AND THE HOUSEWIFE. x^-<^^^ i*6**i^^^^ r Mrs. J. C. Garrett of \nr York City. Miss Dade Stegeman of Illinois. Mian Julia Marlowe of New York. Mis« Blanche Myers of Kansas City. Miss P. M. Anderson of Wunhiugtou. /cf£&o&?^^^g'JL^ >^p\ j*Vf^^|/^^^y> Mr" J. 0. Garrett 3S W. 117ih street, Miss Dade Stegeman, Superintendent of Miss...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

* PALE WOMEN A Bloodless Face In dicates Trouble. Watery Blood a Menace to Health. WE KNOW HOW PALE PEOPLE CAN GET RICH RED BLOOD. COME AND LET US TELL YOU ABOUT VINOL When blood is watery and thin, or, as doctors would say. lacks red blood corpuscles, it is a sign that much ia rad ically wrong. , We would advise everyone who has such symptoms to start at once to take a proper remedy to overcome this troubla. That remedy is Vinol, the greatest and most modern tonio and rebuilder. Vinol owes its virtue to the fact that it oontains in a highly concentrated state the active curative principles ex traoted from cods' liv the same ele ments that have xnaue cod-liver oil famous for wasting diseases. These medicinal elements are dis solved in a delicious table wine so that Vinol is most palatable. None of the vile-smelling obnoxious grease that characterizes cod-liver oil and frequently makes it an impossible remedy for those who should take it, is found in Vinol. We could relate many insta...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 11. 1901. MM mm J mf flV^S m *^V / Vk If Wk ' Palmolive is tHe proper bath soap; the /rSI Vj\ oils used in its composition are cooling Jill I/y and healing in their effect, and leave u\l I /the skin soft, smooth and heal thy«\ J a n \SOLD EVERTVHERB.Y V^H WJn IMa —V >» E. J. JthM- Sot* C».. Mflwwfcw. V\l vj^ f » ■is given fhrvngb C^ \ thtsuseofthar | «- splendid food ? m I\lt a delicious • . ■„ 1 . to the taste J' At Your \ \ and makes the "■vOrocerS » brain clear M' &&£i£.&k. \ The geliuille I ;%£)%&?* bears * Plc" is&P?- — ""*% V' tore of the i «s--^ m* Battle Creek Battle Creek W\ vu^ Sanitarium^^c^^ Food Co.<[^^^ Battle Creek, Mich V *"—— Will send sample on receipt of 3 cents for postage. <db A Wise Woman VgW . . W |U m »nd preserre her beiuty. A fins l|f§§ Imperial Hair Regenerator will toy %r.i preserre her beauty. A fine bead of kslr U as* of the big-heft chums. Imperial Hair Regenerator s?<%il restores Gray or Bleached h...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

0 CITY NEWS St. Anthony Elevator Permit — The toUi of building permits mounted up into;six flgur«e yesterday. The St. Anthony Ele vator company took out a permit for the ere<-" tion of Its big steel and Ule elevator at Mal colm avenue and Great Northern tracks in Southeast Minneapolis. There will be a steel orkicg house and twelve tile grain tanks, ving & total capacity of 1,500.000 bushels. Col. Olcott's Program— while Colonel Olcott, the head of the theosophical society, is in Minneapolis he will deliver three Put>llL lectures and several private talks to tne numbers of the local branch. He will arm c next Tuesday. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hobart, 501 Forest aveuue, will give a reception tor Colonel Olcott. More Counterfeiter* — Friday the Police arrested Henry, We and William Blair, brothers, in the rear of a dingy old brio* building on Eighth avenue S between Wash ington avenue and Third street. The police say that these men, together with M. r. Richardson, ar...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10. Capital v.i-"- - $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. 3100,000.00 Interest 20f%0» Dally Allowed on Ol«.o« Deposits. ■■« »*«» Legal Depository 91% |" MoilUl lor Court and W2*> Certificate Trust Funds . INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS— All classes of Trusts care fully administered. SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS. When in Minn«»apoix« Stop at the Saw Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station . Washing-boa and Third Arts. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.50 per day; European plan, 50c. 75c. $1 and $1.50, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. $4 For Cleaning Watches. ' I for Mainsprings, v JOHN S. ALLEN, Agt. 110 Guaranty Loan. . Es „ . • ". Ground Floor. IRON AND WIRE FENCES, BANK AND OFFICE RAILINGS, Window Guards, IRON STAIRS.etc. Write us your wants and we will send Catalog. FLOUR CITY ORNA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

8 COLONIAL "PLUMS" Salaries Attaching to Offices in Our New Possessions. NOT SO "PLUMMY" AFTER ALL Statement of Compensation In the Philippine* Shows It to Be Quite Moderate. Special to The Journal. Washington. May 11.—"Colonial plums" la the title by which the anti-administra tion press is coming to designate the sal aries attaching to offices in our new pos sessions. This suggests the desirability of a comprehensive publication containing , the names of all these officeholders de- i riving their appointment from the head of our government, together with the sal ary, the place from which they come, and | the place where heir duties are per formed. In other words there should be a "Colonial Blue Book" to correspond with the two massive volumes, issued, bi ennially, which tell the same story for the continental portion of our republic. These familiar books are sometimes known as the "Office Seekers' • Guide." They are in tremendous demand in the opening days of each new administratio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. Sold In Hinneapolis at I following stores: I i*S j Home Trade Shoe Store, Rnfl W. F. Huch, I I A. B. Johnson & Sons, !< -} !.-. I C. Jorgenson, I Vfj J. W. Kerr, A. Knoblauch & Sons, I 1 C. J. Mansfield, 1-1 I - j K. A. Cadweil. ti' I JpyhL j E. R. Wellington, fef#l I *** | M. H. Aamodt,- BSH j I Nicollet Clothing House, f J I I Heltrich Clothing Co., 1.-- j [s!s| Nickel Plate Shoe Co. ||I**3 l--'s<3 I Etnil Dahl, n9 ||IH9 Dall & Florin, If Fritz Donkowski, EgSlaf John Eriekson, ' I ' j '■ " ■--'' J- J- Graaf, <*'■■;. 1,1»? I Fred Grauf, ■&■ C. A. Olson, fijEpSjl O. P. Hagen, L,"-'■■• I j H. C. Olson, 1 • -"-■' I j Palace Clothing House, •_.". lit I Plymouth Clothing House, li - ¥ Bum >«*■ C. Roberts, ?v4> 1 j V. Schuler, tsSB Bfclga John A. Cederberg, . ' .'•; F. W. Stanley, §yf|l| Thj-berg & Leequist, iM2 Thyberg & Leequist, kL 9 O. P. Thurston, KLJ fM NORTH STAR SHOE CO. R Manufacturers. \n®(t aQfirJ&si(n?...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

iO WANT ADS ON PAGES 10, 11 NEW U.S. SNAG BOAT (he Col. McKenzle Makes Its First Call at Wlnona's Port. (special to The Journal. Wlnona. Minn., May 11.—The United States snag boat Colonel McKenzie, which ~\ is to take the place of the General Bar nard, arrived at the levee yesterday af ternoon. This la the first trip of the boat - in these -waters, and when the whistle ■was blown for the landing, a crowd of people collected to inspect the craft. The McKenzie Is a smaller boat than the Gen eral Barnard, being more of the size of the light tender Lily, but is more power ful. The boat is en route from St. Louis to St. Paul and on the way is attending to -whatever work is found necessary. The steering of this boat is done by Bteam which is one of the new features. In ■ the deck house there are two levers •which run the engines which swing the rudder. There are three bells used in connection with the steering, tow of them showing when the rudder is hard put to either side and the other o...

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

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. FOR RENT Continued. FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE! Chamber-of Commerce you can rent room 7, McMillan building, 3d ay S and 3d at. Room Is 55x19 feet, steam heated, well lighted, sec ' end floor front. Just the room for grain commission firm; blackboard, 35x9, ruled fur stocks and grain. Western Union cable in. Price of $23 per month, and location cannot be duplicated. O. M. Lara way, * Sons, 100 Bank of Commerce. . f_S 88* B*ra*^M^%nTOSß»3B«£. n S& & KASOTA BLOCK. HENNBPIN AY „ ti and 4th st; one to three rooms; steam }j t* heated; first-class service. Walter L. „ „ Badger, 110 Kasota block, or 217 New h & York Life building. - - " 88 S_g 3g» B>B>^S»S>s«S«»s^BßaSSigßßg»B»> B>M • ju STORES ALL KINDS OF BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR RENT. THORPE 8R05..258 HENN. AY. 6TH AY S AND 2D ST, TWO-STORY AND basement building, 30x66; call for list. Win. It. Qibaon, 420 Guaranty Loan building. LARGE, FOR~LIGHT MANUFACTURING, 237 10th ay S. $1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

12' MANY SALES MADE Walton Deals Were the Largest of the Week. OUTLYING PROPERTY IN DEMAND Theo. Wetmore Buy* on Flr«t Ave nue South and Second Street— Rental Situation. The real estate market has been quiet this, week, but a steady sal© of outlying lots and homes has been going on. The real estate men Bay business is good, with a strong emphasis on the adjective. Un questionably the "big" sale is that of the Gennania Bank and the Hale homestead buildings on Nicollet avenue above Fourth street to I the Realty Care and Improve ment company through the agency of Ed mund G. Walton. This company, has already acquired several store buildings on the street and is able to control the rents an Nicollet to some extent. The bank building was sold by E. S. Wood ■worth for $50,000 and Mrs. Hale received $85,000 for the brick edifice across the alley and on the opposite side of the •treat. This four-story building will be thoroughly overhauled and rented entire to ■ some large concern. The real ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

TATLTU : T:\iunr.' '. JOURNAL JUNIOR MINNESOTA IS FORTY-THREE YEARS OLD TO-DAY On May 11, 1858, This Fair State Was Admitted to the Sisterhood of States MINNESOTA ALPHABET The Main Facts About the State Epit omized and Arranged for The Journal by Moses Folsom. A ADMITTED as a territory March 3, 1849, James Knox Polk, president. Twelfth territory admitted. ADMITTED as a state May 11, 1858, James Buchanan, president. Twentieth state admitted. ALTITUDE, average of state, 1,250 feet. Highest point, Mesaba range, 2,100; lowest point, Duluth, 620. AGRICULTURALLY one of the best in the union. Leads in No. 1 hrda wheta and tkes ahigh rank in all small grains. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY has $150,000 in buildings and one of the finest locations in the union. One of the few profitably managed associations of the country. APPLES are a coming great crop. Over half a million trees are now growing in orchards in various parts of the state, and several superior varieties have been developed. AREA, square...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

2 ties. They molded the character of the state by insisting from the start that their children should have the best possible educational system. Here, In this city alone, we spend over $200,000 a year for teachers —and the money could not pos sibly b* better invested. Xow. as to our industrial development: The greatest whetu producing state in the rountry to-dfty, we rai«e<! none of that :ereal in 1859. There was one flour mill jn the island, but we had to bring wheat :o the mill from lowa. It was not until 1859 that we undertook to raise wheat en »n extensive scale and the first crop •evealed the possibilities of the soil, tot *c had more grbin than we knew what :s do with. Poor as our transportation .'acuities were, we managed to export some. To-day we feed the world and fn .Imes of foreign crop failures can almost supply the deficit. The development of mining has been ainwtt as great las that of our agricul tural resources. We have the finest and most extensive deposits of iro...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901 .4P*«« ■mi ■» Mini »■»■» ■«>■««» »i«.«.»n.»» »>»»• — •<■••»'- <iniinii.i.»O : Books and Authors I >•■■ ■ i .«. t i|,,, t ,», t . t .i<>> ,»■»...,. . *„.. N.i «« » i.|.». t *. : .»• »*o A Bird Study—Frank Chapman Is a recognized authority on the subject of birds as bis high position lv the American Museum of Natural History as associate curator and hla membership in the American Ornithol ogists' Union and the very valuable books he has written indicate. In the popular edi tion of his "Bird Life," which contains sev «SDty-fIY« full page colored plates, after drawings by Ernest Seton-Thompson, he en ables the uninformed reader to learn the names of our American common birds and their habits. As he says, these "gay and restless creatures, both by voice and action, constantly invite attention and they are far too interesting and beautiful to be ignored." He recommends tbe study of birds in the schools. In this book one may get a gene...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

* THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & MoLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL, la published every evening, except ' Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— ?JA Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by MalL One copy, on© month $0.35 One copy, three months 1-00 Odo 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 cents One copy, one month...'.' 35 cents Single copy 2 cents The Course of Business The strength of the business situation has been put to the test this week and It has been demonstrated to every rea sonable mind that there is a staying force In the country that proves oar great prosperity. There lias been a panic In Wall street in which Northern Pacific chares have been the leader, as on former pan...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATUKDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. Pulpit and Pew THE CLERGY DO TOIL Dr. Chas. Bayard Mitchell's, Pro- gram as an Example. WHY VACATIONS ARE NEEDED An Vp-to-Date Minister Has to Read a New Book Every Day. Last evening Dr. Charles Bayard Mitchell, pastor of the Hennepin Avenue Methodist church, acted as one of the Judges at the High School declamatory contest in River Falls, Wis. This was the final contest of several different schools. Dr. Mitchell will preach the baccalaure ate sermoa before the graduating class of the East High School on the first Sunday of June In the First Congregational church. The East Side chuches will unite in this evening service. The demands on the pastors of the city at this time of graduation exercises mar be illustrated by similar engagements which Dr. Mitchell has. On Monday, June 8, he delivers the graduating address for the class of the Elk River high school in this state; on Tuesday, the 4th, he per forms a like . office for the class of the Wells, Minn...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

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Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MAY 11, 1901. THEATERS Bills OF THE WEI .. "The Village P«r»o«"-at tlte Met ropolitan. ••C*pl Carlson"—at the Bijou. The'offering at the Metropolitan for the week beginning to-morrow night is "The Village Parson." In this play there is not only a well-told "THE VILLAGE story, but a succes sion of impressive PARSON*." eituations. One of the leading features] of the play is the'natural way in which | the story is developed. Much care and skill have been exercised in the arrange- j inent of the scenes and the costuming of the parts and the effect is said to be all that could be asked. Briefly, the plot of the play is this: A young minister in a small town is accused of committing a murder, oX which he Is entirely innocent. He escapes from justice and wanders about the country making a living as he can. His wife and blind daughter are left to themselves, while the real author of the crime becomes ■wealthy and holds an hon ored position. The third act, in which one of- ...

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