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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

8 .'^r^tto.'^H'^.t. ~~^ftor ' TROUT AND FORESTS The Former Diminish With the Latter. FRANK CARLETON'S EXPERIENCE It Causes Him to DUooaru Enter taiujfly on. the Rain of Trout Streams. Frank H. Carleton and party hooted 125 trout In the Kinniklnick a few days ago. A curious fact about the "haul," which attracted Mr. Cardeton's attention, was that the fish, with three exceptions, were of a uniform size and rather below the average -weight. The exceptions were con siderably larger than the other fish and being caught in the (stream at points re motely distant from each other, Mr. Carle ton is of the opinion that they were repre sentative* of the lot of two-year-olds with which the Kinniklnick was stocked last rear. At that time many Minnesota and Wisconsin anglers contributed %2 each to a jfund sufficient to put in a good supply of trout "old enough to know." Mr. Carleton, who is a veteran angler and an acknowledged authority on the technique of the art, believed then, and still believ...

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. — 13 May 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1901. PLAYED IN A BOG Millers Take an Uphill Game From Millionaires. THINGS LOOKED A BIT DARK Bat Timely Hitting Saved the Day— Minneapolis Holding; Sec ond Place. It was an uphill game for the millers at Woodland park, Colorado Springs, yes terday afternoon. In the first place, the grounds are tilted at an a>wful angle, be in* on a. hillside, and In the second place, the Colorado Springs team, by consistent ■work, secured a nice lead. The tally sheet showed 6 to 3 against the millers in the : eighth Inning. Gaston opened very nicely j ■with a pass to - MeCreedie. Congalton, j Brashear and Tannehill followed with singles. Hemphttl made > a misplay and Cockm&n came to the scratch with a timely single, which tied the score. By keeping the lid down on tne millionaires. in the ninth inning and taking advantage of certain chances, the millers scored the winning run. Belden "was passed and Mc- Creedle scored him -with a handy two bagger. Tannehill drove i...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

10 WHEAT ADVANCED le, CLOSING JULY AT 73c Bad Kansas Reports Against Lower Cables and Bearish Foreign News. VISIBLE DECREASED 907,000 BU. Market Firm at the Close—South western Markets Led the Strength. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 13.—Lower foreign markets, with weekly statistics and crop news of a bearish tenor, opened wheat a shade under Satur day, and brought a qui«t and waiting tone into the market. Sentiment, apparently, was bearish at first, but very little wheat came out. and holders showed so much confidence that reaction followed Immedi ately. July opened at 71%@71%c and sold to 72% c. September opened unchanged from Saturday at 6S%c and sold to 69%@ 69% c. In addition to the favorable winter wheat news, the government has out a bearish bulletin on the foreign situation, saying nothing very definite, but convey ing the idea that the European outlook in general is favorable, and treating the German crop damage, of which there has been much talk of late, as relativel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1901. WIDOW OF JOHN CHARTERS lira. Graham Has a Marriage Certif : icate and Will Get a Fortune. Special to The Journal. ■ Clinton, lowa, May 13.—Mrs. Mac Graham, formerly Mac Bangs, has caused consternation in'• the social circles of Dixon and Sterling, , 111., by claiming to be the widow of the late John Charters. She was one of the Bangs Sisters, famous over this state in spiritualistic circles.. John Charters was the inventor of a gas engine, from which he realized a fortune of $150,000. Mrs. Charters produced a marriage certificate showing that she was married Jan. 5,.1899 r in Milwaukee. Judge Ward-has appointed her administratrix of the estate and she has filed a bond in the sum of $17,000. HOPE FOR MR. UHL ABANDONED. Grand Rapids, Mich., May 13.—Edwin F. Vhl, ex-ambassador to Germany, is grad ually sinking to-day, and his death now seems to be a matter of only a few hours. All hope has been abandoned. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Northwestern National bank to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

S3 Are You Sick? Are You Affljcjed? With a Disease Which Rea ders You Unhappy and Your Life Miserable. Proper Treatment and Skill ful Service Are at Your Disposal. Th« Hint Medical Institute, 47-« Washing ton Are. S., Minneapolis, Minn., is au estab lishment long and favorably known through out the Northwest, and limits He sphere or practice to the treatment of Private, Nervous. Sexual. Blood and Skin Diseases of Men. Its constantly increasing patronage is due to strict adherence to its business rules, as •numerated below. The physician In charge Is Dr. 3. E. Farnewortb. who has been a practicing physician for over 33 years H!» connection during 13 years with the United States Pension Board, whose Secretary he U now. offered him most excellent oppor tunities' to penetrate into the mysUrles of the many various weaknesses and afflictions or men and to asoertaln proper and safe methods of treatment for their cure. While Dr. Faraeworth does not claim to be able to cure A.L.L weaknesses ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJRNAK PRICE TWO CENTS. A DEAL OF OILINESS Rockefeller Gets Control of the Linseed Trust. OIL MONOPOLY OF SIZE Nearly All Linseed Manufacture of Country in Standard's Control. SCOPE OF THE AMERICAN COMPANY Its Largest Customer Was the Con cern That Has Sow Obtained Control of It. Special to The Journal. New York, May 14.— Standard Oil company has secured the control of the American Linseed Oil company through a purchase of stock direct from large hold ers and through taking the recent bond issue of $6,000,000. which the company put out to secure needed working capital. This is a story that Wall street has, and while official confirmation cannot be secured, President Major says undoubted ly big interests are behind the recent pur chase of the bonds and stocks. The Standard Oil company, through the purchase of the Linseed Oil company, can secure a practical monopoly of the manu facture of linseed oil in the United States. The American Linseed Oil company has in the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

2 TOOK HIS CHILDREN Arthur Baring-Gould in the Role of a.Kidnapper. SENSATIONAL CASE AT OSHKOSH Father and Son* Sow in Chicago— Wife and Mother I» Pros trated. Special to The Journal. Oshkosh, Wls., May 14.—A sensational kidnapping case occurred here yesterday although the facts were kept quiet until to-day while the police were trying to find the missing children. Yesterday morning Arthur Baring-Gould, a wealthy mining promoter and engineer of British Columbia, arrived here and abducted his two sons, Ted and Allen, aged 10 and 12 -years, taking them for a ride and after ,wards .boarding a train for Chicago where he sent a telegram back to his wife say ing he had taken the boys for a trip and did not have time to explain matters: Mrs. Gould, who was formerly Miss Ma mie Bigger of this city, separated from Gould about two years ago and has been living here with her sister. Mrs. W. W. ;\Vaterhouse. At the present time she is .very ill and the fresh shock has placed her at the point of...

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

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14 t 1901. COBANS WILL YIELD Gradually Getting Around to Accept ance of the Amendment. THREE COURSES ARE SUGGESTED ,Two of Them Contemplate Complete Indorsement of the Platt • '■■■■ Amendment. Havana;, 1. May , 14.—The constitutional Convention is approaching acceptance of the Platt amendment gradually. At a se cret session three separate courses were suggested, as follows: . First, to ignore the Washington visit and to adhere to the report formulated by Gual berto Gomez, rejecting the Plat: amendment; second, to accept the amendment'uncondition ally; third, to accept the amendment with , the report of the Washington commission of President McKinley and Secretary Root's in terviews made & part of it. The last-mentioned course seems to" be favored by the majority. The country 7is getting impatient. The Radicals wish to delay action until after the municipal elections. ; The committee on relations, i which is to make the recommendations, 'now has a majority fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

£_ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I 'J. & M'LAIN, MANAGER. , _ EDITOR., T HE JOUR X A X, <la published •▼•ry ■ evening:, - except Sunday, -at *T-40 Fourth Street South,' Journal Building, Minneapolis. Minn. C. J. BllUou, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. ; NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. &* Stock Ex change building. _______—— SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. \ Delivered; by < MaiL n _ One copy, one month %0.3& One copy, three months *••* Odo copy, six months — *•'"' One oopy, one year •• *><'0 Saturday Eve. edition. 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week Scents One copy, one month ....$5 cents Single oopy 2 cents He's a Wonder ' Chicago has a wonderful chlef-af-pollce. He has the remarkable theory that it is not necessarily the duty of a police force to have a quasi-understanding with crim inals. Worse than that, he actually pro leases to be able, and announces his in tention, to pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1901. WALLACE'S MILLINERY SALE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY 75 beautiful trimmed hats, worth $6.98, $7.50 and up to '$8.50 dff* JB $Sls& will go in this sale at, 3fc^j Only IB Em vfg^P We also have 300 other trimmed hats and bon nets to select from at any price you wish. 144 untrimmed hats, all good de- tM yff%^^ sirable shapes, worth up to 7Be, mwa^lfjj for this sale, only m *^ *^ wZT c}±loc, We and 39c Largest line of ready-to- £1 £*/l t _ 4&CZ wear hats in the city from 9**W to 9&' M. E. Wallace, 515-517 Nicollet Avenue. fIP YOUR HAIR U Gray Streaked or Bleached. It can be restored to any beautiful color by The Imperial Hair Regenerator the acknowledged STANDARD HAIR ' 001/OBtNQ. for Gray or Bleached Hair. Oolors in durable -.easily applied, It* usa oannot be detected. Sample ofnalr colored tree. Correspondence confidential. Imperial CkeavMij.UlSo W. 234 St. .New Yodl Sold by Hofflln-Thompaoa Drug Co., 101 E. Wash. Applied 8. R. H*sea«r. 207 Nlcolle...

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

B CITY NEWS Mall by Street Cars—Electric street car service is ordered at postoflxe station No. 20 to take effect May 20. This station is at 252S Lyndale avenue. After the establishment of the new service It will be a distribuing station for carriers, thus increasing the em clency cf Uie Jvcal mail service. New Suhearrierst-The following sub carriers at the local postofflce have been ap pointed as the result of the examinations last tall: L. E. Eddy. W. M. Deits. W. P. Con verse G. N. Nurd. J. A. Cangneau Hans Nerli' C. P. Brown. C. W. Gray and Paul Rothi. There work will begin May 10. Found on the Door Step— baby boy about a week old. wrapped in a blanket, was found Sunday on the steps of the bis ters' Home. Fifth street and Sixth avenue NIS, its cries having attracted a patrolman. •Ma tron Schaeffer of the central station took me child to the Bethany home this morning. A Harrow Escape— Moore and Bert Cook. 3212 and VZ22 Ninth avenue S had a narrow escape from drowning at LaKe oi t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING,. MAY 14, 1901. YERXA A_X| A _ Whatever price you pay for Coffee WWTTcB here, you may depend upon the herrles having been* fresh roastai. by the blue tiame gas process, on the very day you buy it. Ta«« Of our own direct importation, more I COS than 100 kinds. OCa Prices begin with uQC EpAek C»iii4* ln Rreat Plent>': prices re rreSll millS markable for ilttleiies!,. Garden Vegetables SrAnjv^ nearby growers. •'All kinds that any dealer procure! and some kinds that many dealers don't secure. - .s; v . <• Havana Cigars. The deservedly popular •Kirkland" brand, a large quantity to be sold (while they last) at $1.90 per box of 50. "Crescent"Brand: ■;)» 51.39 Strawberries plenty. Prices lower every day. Take Comfort -Lake This summer, by leaving your town house under the protection of our Burglary Policy. FRED L. GRAY GENERAL AGENT, 1218-1226 Guaranty Building, - Telephone 1656 Main. NO EXTRADITION BARS U. S. I'rlaonerM Have to <io Where They Are Wanted. "When the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

Js_ The Only Vestibuled Train to Chicago and Kansas City after 7:35 p. m. run ning Buffet Sleeping and Free Heelininp; Chair Cars is No. 6, leaving every night at 10:45 via the Chicago Great Western Railway Tickets at City Office, corner Fifth St. and Nlcollet A\e.,' or Cbleilgo.Greal Western Depot, corner 10th and Washington Aye. South, Minneapolis. Electric T.ij:Uted-Ob-| Leava | Arrive | serration Cuts to J'ort-, „..!. „„X l*nd.Ore..viaßutte. Missouia, ■ 10. I * I .*0 Spokane, Seattle, Tatouia am pui Pacific Esprcsi Fftixo, Jamestown, Bore- .V,' ,- »-, #nX man. Helena. I; i::,- Spokane, ■11.10 " / .UO beams, Tacotiia, Portland... pin ; am K.i»o and Leech Lake I Local rst.cio«<3,Lio!eiiins.r.r»in-] 9:05 i 5:10 irO, Walker, Bemltlji. J'wto. .. m pm Dakota & Manitoba ,i;xi>rtßs Fergus Fulls, \VahjieloD,i / Grand Kork* Oration. Win- *O.4o|*b.*U Grand Korts. Oration, Win- 1 " o.<HI ~O.f U 111 p<?2 .......: PIU 1 ftlll 'OULUTh SHORT LINE" Leave ImtTT'Tir i> ' Anne . ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

TUESDAY EYEXEKJ, MAT B, 1901. V Really Fine Top Coats. pOPULAR opinion $ divided this spring among i several new styles in overcoats. The "Kitchener" is long and has a yoke, ex cept for which it is like the "Swagger."; The "Raglan" still holds its popularity. $15 and $18 to $25. These garments are beautifully made and fin ished. The short, boxy Covert or Oxford Top Coat is the neatest garment for this time of year. Never in the way. ~ Always ready when needed. L?3E!^!£^.:.. $10, $12 and $15 Browning, King 4 Co., C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. jf.ls to f/Q NiCOlUt AV\ SlEft. The Excessive ■Had Use of Tobacco impairs 'a' natural taste and WBg relish for food—lessens ,the si P fill appetite and weakens the £*> power of the stomach. It It %. IHi produces severe and pecu l|jgp| ' MB& liar symptoms of dyspepsia, 5 ■Ej "j&XrS--- ijyu^izvJ malignant disease of, the mru stomach and liver. rK w *ffnnwtffrTfrWtiTL»| Ripans Tabules are known B'^S^ as a standard remedy to § either cure or grea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

10 WHEAT OFF le, WITH JULY 72c AT THE CLOSE Rains in Oklahoma, Extending Into Southern Kansas, Dispelled Fears of Drought. FOREIGN MARKETS WERE QUIET Decrease in the World* Visible of Only 167,000 Bu.—General News of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 14. —Wheat lost part of yesterday's advance in the early trading. July selling off to 72% c. Cables were higher by %@%c, but this Liv erpool advance was not considered responsive to our gain of over a cent. Conditions at the sari were about the same as yesterday, and as the news read, the dry weather in the southwest still stands as a menace to the crop. Kansas had no rain and the entire southwest was dry. except for a trace of pre cipitation in Nebraska. The early sentiment was firm on this- outlook, but later reports told of cloudy skies and predictions of rain, and the feeling became less firm. Chicago wired that there is a large short interest in that market, where some heavy lines have been put out on the generally bear...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY li, 1901, g^^^^ucnw^AL^s^^^ STOCK FINE IMPORTED WOOLEN-S AT auction; by order of a local banker we sell ; at auction Wednesday, May 15, at 10 a. m. : * sharp, a valuable stock of woolens of every i kind, including fine cheviots, caslmer, French ; «nd Scotch .worsteds, meltons, blue and black serges, etc., cut In lengths suitable for gents' . suits, ladies' skirts: and suits, coat and vest. j \ trousers", overcoats, etc., etc.;. also a large ! < quantity of piece goods and 100 ladles' mackintoshes. Our instructions are peremptory | a'ud dealers and private buyers will .do well ; to attend this sale. : Stock may" be inspected any time previous to sale. Hubert Bown & V 'Co., Auctioneers, 44 and 46 7th st S. -: fj BUSINESS CHANCES WE HAVE SOME GOOD OPENINGS TO OF- Xer In ail lines of clean, legitimate business in the growing sections of the northwest. We can gel! YOUR business. References: The commercial agencies. Odlum-Kumman Co., Phoenix building. -■ • •---...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 May 1901

t2 v Waltham Watches. The best and most reliable time keepers made in this country or in any other. 44 The Perfected American Witch/ an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, will be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. IMPACT WITH A SNAG CITY OF PADICAH CALAMITY to«a of Life la Fifteen—Pa»«en*er« Escape by Way of the Cabin Roof St. Louis, May 14.—The first authentic Information concerning the wreck of the meamer City of Paducah of the St. Loui3 A Tennessee River Packet company, which occurred at Brunkhorst Landing, 111., was obtained upop the arrival of the steamer City of Clifton at this port this morn ing. Fifteen persons lost their lives in the awful catastrophe—six whites and nine Hacks. The dead: Dr. J. "W. Bell of Cuba Landing, Term. Miss Mabel Gardiner of St. Louis. Charles Johnson, aged S4, deck watchman Frank Gardner, texas tender, of Padu •ah, Ky. Two white firemen, names unknown. Grant Woods, colored, boat-maker. Eigh...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PEICE TWO CENTS. WOMAN 1 -SLASHER" Interrupts a Festive Gather ing in Cleveland. SOCIETY GASPS HARD Mrs. Henry R. Adams Smashes Furniture for Two Hours. A DINNER FOR HER HUSBAND Ihlm I* Why She Object*, and Illumes the Woman— Minneapolis AYoiua.ii Present. Special to The Journal. Cleveland, 0.. May 15.—Society here is gasping at the trouble developed at an exclusive little dinner party in Brookdale street, just around the corner from Euclid avenue, last night. An angry wife. Mrs. Henry R. Adams, made a fight for her husband such as few women ever at tempted. With her husbands mother, his brother and his coachman, she drove to the ele gant home of Mrs. Harrison E. Gilniore, a divorced woman. Seated at the dinner table were Mrs. Gilmore, Henry R. Adams, head of the Adams Bag company, who is a former lieutenant in the regular army and whose family is socially one of the most prominent in the city; Walter D. Meals, chairman of the republican county committee; H. ...

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

2 DISCIPLES OF CALVIN . The Presbyterian General Assembly Proceedings in Philadelphia. FOREIGN MISSION CONFERENCE Chairmen of Committee* Report— Addreatt on "The Stndent Volunteer." Philadelphia. May 15.—1n accordance With the recommendation of the Presby terian general assembly a conference on foreign missions was held to-day in the Auditorium of the Witherspoon building under the direction of the board of foreign missions with the chairman of the synod leal and Presbyterian committees and representatives of the women's mission board. The morning session was devoted to the reading of reports and discussion of topics of interest to mission workers. The conference was conducted by Rev. Dr. Thomas Marshall of Chicago, field secretary of the foreign mission board. To-night there will be a session of the conference, when an important address ■will be made by Rev. Courtney H. Fenn of Peking. China. After devotional exercises. Rev. Dr. Charles A. Dickey, moderator of the gen eral assembly...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAT IS. 1901. TAX ON IRON MINES New State Commission Opens the Question at Duluth. SUGGESTIONS HADE BY EXPERTS Vhe State's Iron Industry Valued at jpi50.000.000 Assessed for Only $8,600,000. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., May 15. —The members of the state tax commission were in Du luth yesterday to get at facts concern ing taxation. They met at the city hall and several local people appeared. The chief object of their visit was the question of iron mining taxation and A. H. Slmonds and D. E. Woodbridge were requested to appear. They were asked many questions and made suggestions. The mining com panies had no representatives present. F. W. Kugler, chairman of the tax com mittee of the county board, was present, as was Mayor Hugo and several city offi cials and S. H. Bingham of the Herald, who has been studying tlie question of taxation. The board returned to St. Paul •t night. In this connection the Herald says: "Xot long ago the Lake Superior Con solidated...

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