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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & M«LAIN, MANAGER ; EJDITOU. THE URN A Is published every evening, except Sunday, 'at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis), Minn. C. J. Blllson, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— &6 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.. 1 1-00 Od{t copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year *-°° ' Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 3-50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week I. 8 cents One copy, one m0nth...... $6 cents . Single, copy 2 cents i -•-.--— ■- ■ ■ CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of. their papers changed must always give ■ their former as veil as present address. CONTINUED • All papers are continued until an ex plicit order Is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid., .. . . -■' — r COMI'JLAI.NTS ; .. ;. :....

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. — 15 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY IK 1901. The Plymouth Clothing House. Sixth and Nicollet. Knox IH I iIJb I iP^TP^jr ▼ W^PC w^M Hanaa 9flH|| r " bsci W& tot ■ IJB^ £s ■' yo Mm i H tsl B9 ~ Hsril Hats. Ijm ■ | I vKg jrf |0G ■ \Pk V2B v M I siloes * Correct Dress from Head to Foot. [' •"""X&jr" HATS $2 to $s*} Three new styles of soft hats, that will be worn by many of the best dressers during the spring and coining summer in preference to straw hats. They are unquestionably more comfortable in hot weather, and whether in the morning or evening hours are always in good taste. The Plymouth has just received complete lines of these three styles. The colors are Pearl and Oxford mixed. We make extremely reasonable prices on these hats. $2 to $5. Men's "America" $5 50 Shoe} V^MMIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIH■IMMI.HIIMIIMII^M Will IM -— .^—-, M , ,_ AJ Any leather from a plain calf skin to the New Napoleon patent calf low shoes or high shoes, the newest Boston shapes, including the New Teddy last; excepti...

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. — 15 May 1901

% CITY NEWS Park Aye Improvement Ass'n —The Park Avenue Improvement Association will meet FTlday evening in the Park Avenue Congregational cnurcn. Property owners or tlieir representatives are urged to be present. A "Broker" Fined—John Dempsie, 200 Third street S. was fined »«5 in me police court yesterday for running a gambling resort. The complaining witness *■•*«« Anderson. The establishment at 200 Third street S calls itself a --brokers" office. ' M. & St. L,. Sunday Special—Kext Sunday, the Minneapolis & St. Louis road will run a special train to and from Mlnnetonka, in addition to the regular, which leaves the city at 8:46. The special will leave the city at 1:30 p. m., and returning will leave Tonka tiny at ! p. m. A Third Water Crew —Two more water main construction crews were put to work yesterday, makiug three now in the field, each containing about forly meu. One crew U at work in southeast Minueapolis, one on Lowry hill and the other ou Tweuty-imrd avenue b, near...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1901. VERXA fUT TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you with either of the Yerxa Stores. PRICES FOR MAY 16: COFFEE The three leaders here are "Hoffman House," at 30c per lb; "Robal," at 22c per lb, and Golden Rio and Santos Combina tion, at 15c per lb. No elsewhere dealer ie able | to match the Java and Mocha favor i f the first for 45c, the second for 35c. the third for 25c. Each is fresh roast ed, by the blue flame gas process, the same day you buy it. TEA 100 kinds to choose. from and not an unworthy kind among the 100. You may pay here 35c for a 50c tea, and you may pay $2.50 per pound for tea the like of which is unobtainable elsewhere at any price. ROSE BUSHES American Beauties 15c each; northern grown and in good shape for transplant ing. STRAWBERRIES Fresh and ripe. We will be well sup plied. Our price is 10c to-day. Can't tell just what they will be to-morrow. Lettuce -ooh^ Urgebunches: 2c Nelson's Gelatine package 9c Dried Peaches foVl 8:^: 25c Prune...

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

8 nfEw w^Bm 49E *fm&Gm j^^^sbbssdv &ofi3 mwßm AsES^^^Bsfil jj^^^sb mßß^^Ebm BOUT ELL BROS Reliable Complete Homo Outfitters. ErSpgi A)fm 9MI Fifth Sfm &m Ommh or Payments. * ••-..■■ THE MANUFACTURERS' Fancy Rockers At less than cost of making has been the sensation of the week. This week we will place on sale the last 1,000. They are all good styles, and you can buy a ;r° ckerss.oo ;r cker $3.00 $8 Rocker £M A A S5 Rocker £*% .f||| for for"XiUrl? 7 Rocker *n A A $4 Rocker $1) IIA L^J| THIS ROCKER >*% /^\ ak or maliogany finished frames, full P^^^^S^H iMfr -^ ■ 111 spring seat upholstered with moss, seat jfllll -& cJT/©^P mH. J^% w ane* ac^ covered with fine quality of silk ||*|p| tg *X >*^^ • velour. Regular value $7.00. I jBL "II ANOTHER ONE . gnflHßn.'. l***^* !^^^^^ [g^ finished frames, full spring seat, uphol- ■■■■■• j %¥ts j !"f' 53 X^^Mi stered with moss, seat and back covered I Jjjjjizk f^i I s^£&^ I yof with silk velour. A rocker that any store I f^...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

WEBISTESDAY EVENING, M&Y 15, 1901. r _-. - . ( j, ifIICKEL PLATE ;! 307 NICOLLET AYE. ( ;! _ i \ Patent Leathers | !; / /^ Are the SWELL THING this spring. i j: /I % 8 20 STYLES, ONLY $3.50, | !> 1 „-i;\ Fine Patent and Enamel Oxfords, on the new !| — i \ Cambridge and Kor- 0^ MKB j f\ iHtl recto lasts ' w! lte<l V « X 1 !; '' BT* JfIEjEA so^es- nicely finished. J|-,l| Ij! ij B V all sizes and widths.. i| '' Iji \\ v* <**ff? ] Handsome Patent Chrome, Patent Calf and !; !' if 1 new Patent —Dressy Street Shoes, on ]j stylish lasts, £g^ gf^ JH g*. j j! \&?~~ " '~^> t only %^^^l^^%^ j! ji \&. Dressy Enamels, on the new "Teddy" and j! < V . "Yankee" toes, with />jßk MJ^ MB 0^ ! > V\ J Klondyke eyelets %£f "J Jfal B < i| St.CHARLES and stitched heels. O&«Ba11I '' S 6T CHARLES the latest out. only.. ji FOB HOKEST TREATMENT H^|f^||| §24 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis. Minn. X J^TS^ Hour*: ©a m. to 5 p.m. and 7to 8:30 p. m. Sunday)*. 1O a m. / d£...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

10 At The PLYMOUTH Clothing House. Sixth & Nicollet Our Women's Floor (the entire second floor) is getting to be as far in the lead for Women's Wearing Apparel as our First Floor is for Men and Boys. yonder Trice -Tale of QUITS "l I Women's High Grade^.y*f^{ A very exceptional offering at The Plymouth. This especial group of Tailor-Made Suits, made of Chev iots, Venetians and Homespuns, in various colors in .!jaunty Spring styles; some prettily trimmed; all well tailored— PAt *9. and *12. a Suit. Worth $18 to $24. j; a 'Round-up of Women's Jackets! \ father early in the season to start housecleaning, with its attend ant price reductions, but we've gathered up about a hundred of the best of our Women's Jackets —one or two of a kind—in styles netv this spring: and have put a uniform price mark on them of Ten Dollars Each for jackets that were $13.50 to $20. It's a decided occasion for you. The majority of them are black, others are in Oxford or tan some with fly front, or double-b...

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

10 At The PLYMOUTH Clothing House. Sixth & Nicollet Our Women's Floor (the entire second floor) is getting to be as far in the lead for Women's Wearing Apparel as our First Floor is for Men and Boys. > \/nder Trice ~fale of QUIT A > Women's High Grade '<p V;l lOJ A very exceptional offering at The Plymouth. This especial group of Tailor-Made Suits.made of Chev iots, Venetians and Homespuns, in various colors; in jaunty Spring styles some prettily trimmed; all well tailored:' At #9. and *12. a Suit. Worth $18 to $24. !; a 'Round-up of Women's Jackets!; father early in the season to start housecleaning, with its attend ant price reductions, but we've gathered up about a hundred of the best of our Women's Jacketsone or two of a kind—in styles netv this spring; and have put a uniform price mark on them of Ten Dollars Each for jackets that were $13. SO to $20. It's a decided occasion for you. The majority of them are black, others are in Oxford or tan; some with fly front, o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1901. KERR'S Matchless Millinery Offerings For THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. A handsome assortment of new and most stylishly Rf^ Trimmed Hats, real value $3.70 ami $4.50. Choice, f"iWV On these we have made an extraordinary effort— (we ask your judgment as to our success) —we believe them to ti^O *% X be the best $5 hats in the city. On sale at ...... S*Ob ■_•* Elegant hats made of hair braid, tucked chiffon facing trimmed with satin back velvet ribbon, lace, flowers and (&Js_ l^fltl ornaments, : 50 and $7.00. Choice V**■«*" We place on sale some exclusive styles, recently received, at prices unquestionably many dollars less &&| C|% ? tifcft Kf^ than even our usual low prices.. M*O«€ftf * 9OiUV ------ -j ' i ' 7v.;f•• Some very handsome leghorn hats ti^4 AA *„ CA for misses, nicely trimmed, only.. *P ■ »"w 1009-1011-1015 Washington Avenue so. J}' Ifyou;arejchocoiafce lidfeb wise you will send/ H henaboxpf/ , EXC E PTIONAL i| 3 f YjjptfiiLg/^ Pop-Fizz! I...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

jcr TYPICAL WEAKER MARKET IN WHEAT TO-DAY Minor Price Changes in Response to Alternate Good and Bad Crop Reports. CHICAGO MAY CORN STRUCK 60c Good Local Cash Wheat Demand— General Xevrn of the St salon. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. May 15. —There is a continuation of the weather market in wheat. This morning brought ■ firmer tone and sllshtly higher price range, principally from the fact that the rains in Kansas yesterday were net so heavy as first reported. This Kansas situation is the bull possibility at present. Cables were in part responsive to our weakness of yesterday, Liverpool coming J*d lower and closing %d to %d lower. Budapest was off *ie, and Berlin %c lower, Paris closing 10 centime^ higher. Budapest cabled a synopsis of the official report of Hungarian crop conditions, and placed the acerage as medium, with the crop in need of mild weather and rain. July wheat opened at 72V«c and sold to 72% c. Towards noon the market began to ease off again on renewed reports of r...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 15, 1901. fJICKfIJIMI; -«|\ : 307 Nicollet Avenue. ; ( tf^ jfc f. n n _ ( «| TWENTY NEW STYLES OF ■ Gloria *O Cfl j Boots.. $U.tJU < Hi «* ! jl MMSIU , ? The Best Fitting Boots We Ever Put on the ( (' Foot. i Ji Handsome new patent vici kid Boots j ? with yellow welted or fi* A C 4T& ' ] I light hand tarn soles vViOU | !' Dressy glaze kid Boots with new pat- < <[ ent or kid tips, hand turn or welt ] > soles, all sizes and fijo CO < <[ widths, only vuiulP <[ f Try a Pair of "Glorias" and Your Feet <' I - Will Be Comfortable. ij \Wflffh Out % % for our*famous 3 RodßmTmdeMark^k Awhhh absolutely guard* 1 fMj When you see theyL above trade mark on/ 1 M<? box of cigars &M CHICAGO GIRL FAMOUS • Achieves a Triumph as Musical Com poser til Paris. Sew York Sun Special service Paris, May 15.— Alice Getty, for merly of Chicago and daughter of Henry Harrison Getty, has achieved a triumph as a musical composer at a musicale given by Miss G...

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

id JU3B Are You Sick? Are You Afflicted? With a Disease Which Rai ders You Unhappy and Your Life Miserable. Proper Treatment and Skill ful Service Are at Your Disposal. , The Him Medical Institute, 47-49 Washing ton Aye. S., Minneapolis, .\liun.. is an estab lishment long and favorably known througn out the Northwest, *nd limits its sphere of practice to the treatment of Private, Nervous, Sexual, Blood .md Skin Diseases of Men. Its constantly increasing patronage is dv* to strict adherence to its business rules, as •numerated below. The physician in charg* la Dr. S. E. Farnsworth. who has been a practicing physician for over S3 years His connection during 13 years with the Lulled States Pension Board, ivhose Secretary ne is now offered him most excellent oppor tunities to penetrate into the mysteries or the many various weaknesses and afflictions of men and to ascertain proper and aa^e methods of treatment for their cure. \\ nile Dr. Farnsworth does not claim to be able to cvre ALL ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVEXING, MAY 15, 19011 Continued. • LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST rates; easy pay menu; no publicity. A_aori caa Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, ilgr., i..-i Uuaianty building. • -;. ■-■ '.-■■•■-. ■ : <3> MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED PEO- <$ <i> pie.—We are prepared to loan reason- <<i> <$> able amounts to salaried people hold- <»> <$ ing steady positions with responsible <§> <i> concerns, on easy weekly or monthly sjj> <^> payments. We conduct our business <«> ««> strictly confidential. Lowest rates and <§> <$> fair treatment guaranteed. Room 306, <{> \j> Bank of Commerce building. > ***«« frfratear**_<i-r<t*a*°<iiiafraifr* ';.-.; - WHEN YOU hold & permanent salaried position - and wish to BORROW MONEY, remember that you can get the lowest rates, longest time and best terms on your plain note without mortgage or icdorser. if you COME TO US. Our private interviewing rooms are ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 May 1901

m Waltham Watches. They keep the schedules on hun dreds of thousands of miles of tracks, on this side of the world and on the other. " The Perfected American Watch/ an UhtstraUd book of interesting information about <coatches, <witt be sent free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. Specials for this Week Only. Crown Bicycles, fully warranted $22.50 Adlake Bicycles, at ............ $30.00 Regals Bicycles, at ... [.!. ........ $35.00 Steams Bali-Bearing Lawn Mowers, One-Half Factory List. Apollo Lawn Mowers, from $3.50 up. Garden Hose, from 5c a Foot Upwards. The largest assortment of Golf, Baseball, tennis and Fishing Tackle in the Northwest, at KENNEDY an* CO. 324 Nicollet. SOUTH DAKOTA GUARDS Scores of Veterans Re-enlist In the Xew Regiment. Special to The Journal. Sioux Falls. May lo.— The work of mus tering in the new regiment of South Da kota National Guards is nearing comple tion. Captain A. B. Sessions, assistant adjutant general of the state, has...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAS PRICE TWO CENTS. BROKEN BONES AND MANY BLOODY FACES Rioting at Albany in Connection With the Street Railway Strike Is Renewed With Deplorable Vigor. National Guardsmen Charge the Mob With Fixed Bayonets and Drive It Three Blocks, Injuring a Large Number. Albany N. V., May 16.—The strikers have called a c for 3p. in. to dis cuss the situation. Albany. N. V., May 16.— Promptly at 8 o'clock this morning the United Traction company bejan preparations to move its cars. At that hour General Barnes, in command of the Twenty-third regiment, brought out before the Quail street barn, his entire regiment. At the same time, the Tenth battalion started down town, dropping out details at the street corners along the traction line running to Broad way. Company A of the Twenty-third started | to clear out tlie mob massed at the curve i on Central avenue. Persuasion was of no avail and back went the company a dozen paces. "Charge bayonets!" shouted Lieu tenat Colonel Brady, w...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

2 League of the Cross, Camp Fire, etc., will not be visited by the president. On Saturday the president hopes to be present at the launching of the Ohio. In the event of his being unable to do so, a special wire from the Scott home to the scene of the launching will be arranged so that instant knowledge of any change in the condition of Mrs. McKinley may be received by him. A. special boat will be in waiting. A Miss 3arber, niece of Mrs. McKinley. has been selected to launch the battleship in place of her aunt. Long Stay in Frisco. It Is probable that President McKlnley and his entire party will remain in San Francisco considerably longer than they . intended, awaiting the recuperation of Mrs. McKinley. The complication of . troubles which brought her low was pe | culiarly exhaustive of her strength, and it is Impossible to state when she will be able to travel. There la no intention at present of disorganizing the party, and 1 unless new plans are formed all the cabinet officers no...

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. — 16 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 190 L ▼ The New Fancy Flannel Suits. AS the warm weather approaches the fancy French and English Flannels are in great demand. They come in shades of blue, gray, green and brown, with a "chalk line" that is just "the thing." We have them at popular prices, $10, $12, $15 *»* $18, and in the mili'ary cut that is so popular, but our patterns do not caricature the style. "Xo Clothing Fits Like Ours!' Browning, King 4 Co., C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. to 4IQ NiCOlUt Ai). WW MMfMK of til Bottled Beers I ttw^T*^ avsWs^ because of its healthfulness, purity mgm |H^r> 'Qrgn&S j* \ an^ rare good flavor, Order a case of WM $'/j vi I an? test ** *or y°Ufse^' You W*H iPI 1 1/' WsF*fiSffl\ \ I quickly decide that there is no other |jjii| I 'if inliSi.F'~j<irj \\\\l so Pure' sparkling and delicious — so |||1 I// \\\\\\ ricil^Qt^cirnej" Op flavor. Order from W® win KRji *iff: *^^^^^^Hh '■ .v > * HBb' _j^y Oup book °* tn»no»—"Sois* Oencan Scpoart," fr»»—writs B^^M rt^^...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

■4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN. MANAGER. . , EDITOR. THE JOURNAL la publUhed every evening, except Sunday, at 47-48 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—3O7. &<<* Stock Ex change building. . ,-~: \.\,- . >V.'.'i SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1-0° ■ Od<j copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year *-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 CUA.VUE3 OP ADDRESS : Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. , COMIAUiSD .^;, --'■■■. All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until ail arrearages are paid. CO-U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

THUKSDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1901. MFlorsiieiml IlkFlorsHeim SHOE Florsheim Fit 11 Ftorsheim Style |i Ftorsheim Quality 1 j Ftorsheim Durability II Florsheim §1 flk The 2aL Standard A mWr I Excellence Wjjjl&r \ 1 Try a pair, and be better shod II than those who dont <wear them |j Sold by I (Sold Stanley! 412 Ntcollei c/lvenueg Hotel Victoria Broadway, sth At& and 27tft Street, New York. ~ A Absolutely fireproof >.'jk -JTfc^ * In th* ccii- ZA^ Zwf'mJmSl^ terof the r9rwMs^^St <$& ihopping it* BOfcjjJjwCßP|T> J^^nrnWWMy Wall 1)3 3' ia#^i ' '^~ mSt^^SL ppinttnent; tfijf Entirely rtpSSST-IS-PB 5 I newthK>ugh UHlattl'lJlß* ffSßjllffl H out mite, with or without bath, hot ana cold water •ndtelmihone in «vprv mm Cnl<>:r>*ftmtvr»ll«d FttECHLEy Moth, tan.liverspotsand all pig / |R|a pletely remoTed by my special ©Moth, tan .liver spots and all pig k mentarydiseolorationsarecom- I pletely removed by my special I home treatment, and the comp jT^ 1 lexlon rendere...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

m; CITY NEWS Sold Adulterated Cloves—ln the po kfe court yesterday F. W. King, of 2002 lames avenue N, was lined Jl3 for selling a Jompound of cloves la which an adulteration •Was found, contrary to the state dairy ana Cood law. . .. • , - A Formidable Master Caddy—Big of •tature and strong as an ox Is Charles Frost, ■Who now occupies the dignified position or master caddy a; the Minikahda Club. Charles has been hard at work breaking the rebellious spirits of his deputies who for a time showed a disposition to be a law unto themselves. All traces of an insurrection have vanished now, and the boy* are attending to business In great shape. Satlsfactory Tent—Fire Chief Canter bury says that his test of the water main >n Nicoilet avenue Tuseday morning, re iulted moat satisfactorily to the department and the insurance men. The hydrants oil Nicoilet and Hennepiu avenues showed an Average pressure of sixty-five pounds to the ■quare inch and, while ail fourteen of the fcngices were in o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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