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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

THURSDAY EVE.,^J. MAY 16, 1901. nJM ' Iff™" Billill^ m ffa 'MB ' YERXA ' BjBT TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you with either of the Yerxa Stores. PRICES FOR MAY IT: "Hoffman Honse v Coffee. In blending.roasting and supplying for thirty (30) cents a pound a rich Java and Mocha flavored Cof fee we stole a march on the world —and the world's best experts have been * vainly attempting: for eight years to match the superb blend with a forty-five (45) cent , Coffee. -• ■ • • f<<**k*lH Coffee is a bang-up 85c 4% n 0 011 flavor, but sell here t or.. C L C "Aiis*>" Blend lint matched by any 20c lfUß6n coffee we have tested or i C*» • can hear of. Its price here Is IwG iiH(_| M H Ttkm Is as magnificent a mlndrOd 161 bleud of finest Cey lon and India Teas as are grown. Its ought to-be price Is one dollar a pound Cf| A the Yerxa pfiee is .OUC ROSE BUSHES American Beauties 15c each; northern grown and in good shape for transplant ing. t STRAWBERRIES Fresh and ripe. We will be well sup ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

8 Sold in ninneapolis at ■ following stores: iHnLj X. C. Roberts, Hra V. Sthuler, r. ■ ■ John A. Cederberg, £ - F. W. Stanley, r*^%i A. B. Talcott, IBSI O. P. Thurston. IIHi Thyberg & Leequist, tl~ -"I Home Trade Shoe Store, I jS|*§i SV. F. Uucb, Ep| rail A. B. Johnson & Sons, aSm j ; I C. Jorgenson, I '[-.■ ,' j B J. W. KMT, I .' - I E^J A. Knoblauch & Sons, IfQ j C. J. Mansfield, f|^ ■ H^ 1 E. A. Cadwell, ,^^ - ■ I E. R. Wellington, Bh| I■ ■ M. H. Aamodt, Waga E3B Nlcollet Clothing Co., ' tlr^ Heinrich Clothing Co., Bml I ■ Nickel Plate Shoe Co. F&zi Emil Dahl. * I I Dahl & Florin. ■ftt^i j ■■;j Fritz Donkowski, . I , John Erkkson, iya-. J. J. Graaf, Px«^ iß^sl Fred Graaf, {j^p I;, <| C. A. Olson, f. ■.. i*''^H O. c * Olson,' { ' - H. C. Olson, I^4 Palace Clothing House. ■fiiai; I-O|l Plymouth Clothing House, Uf# H NOBTB STAR SHOE CO. :|fi Kgß ■ .Manufacturers. SS \" rPAINTS] ARE MADE OP PURE LINSEED OIL AND ARE READY MIXED. THEY CONTAIN NO BENZINE AND WILL ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

fHUBSDAY EYEJN ING, MAY 16, : 190TL Bargain Friday. Fine I £&** _ I Nicollct clothing £%&*&&&&%, •■■^af gA ■'r ' ■ " ' ■ ■" 1., ' -f' " "' -- Careful buyers of Men's, and Boys' Clothing, Shoes and Head wear, will find items of special interest in our regular Friday bargain an nouncements. We realize that these must be bargains in fact, not in name only. But we are willing to make the sacrifice in order to keep our stocks cleared of broken sizes and fag ends. Note these special items: IWTayi'c* Cnila -f AC AA These are broken lots of worsteds, cheviots JU.eil S OUltB ai» fOUU* and cass i me rs. in stripes, checks and . plaids, cut In the regular fashions and made to sell at $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Any suit that will lit you for *5.03. :vjt -m'^h9. Small Size Prince Alberts and Frock flf-_fx_ «c CA These suits are admirably adapted for young men'« eonnrma • 141 LB, q>%J- *J\J, tlon clothes and school commencement. They are well made in good styles and should ...

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

10 WHEAT SAGGED AND WAS WEAK ALL THROUGH July Sold Down to 71 5-BC, Princi pally on News of Heavy Rains in Kansas. CLEARANCES WERE MODERATE Dullness In the Pit, Trader* Show ine Inclination to Await Aew Development*. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 16.—The weather map showed rain over Kansas last night and this took the snap out of the wheat market. A heavy downpour was reported from the sections where rain was most needed. The market was stubborn, however, against decline, and after an opening dip recovered and held steady. Kansas City sold off %c for July. There was a saving element in a generally good cash demand, and relatively firmer tone to May, which checked the early decline and steadied the more dis tant futures. Cables were indifferent, Liv erpool closing unchanged to tt& higher. July opened %c lower at 71?i@72c, sold to 71%@71%0 and held quiet and dull around this figure. ■'.-'•>'■' The Price . Current says dry weather in the southwest has caused a moderate de...

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

THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 16. 1901, WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 : REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ' Frank M. Nye and wife to Tina G. Grotte; part lot 12,' block 3,- Hoag ■&••■■.•:-■ . Bell's addition , $7,000 ■ George A. Brown to Aaron Carlson; lot 13, block i', Kletzin's second addi tion. '..:.:..■..... 325 Harry P. Leonard to Emma S. Brown; lot 5, block 1, Cornell's third addition. 500 Charles F. Graves and wife to Martin W. Davis: sV4 lots 1 to 4. and lots 5 " to 16, Sabin's Lake Harriet Garden . lots 3,000 Albert H. Fish and wife to Thomas ■ Kelley; lot 6, block 1, Lyndale Ave nue addition 4,000 Edward A. At water to Herman Backer; lot 10, block 3, Elweirs second addi tion 350 Charles T. Thompson (receiver) to W. * B:" Northrup; part lot 28, block 6, Forest Heights 275 John Hannan and wife to Charles Olsen; part lot 5, block 176, Town of Minneapolis SOO Albert ■ Currier (administrator) to Nicolas Nilsson; lot IS and u'i lot 19. block 6, Sander's Park 1,200 Frances E. Holmes to Henry and Thre...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 May 1901

12 WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12 SITUATIONS WANTED C-l MALE] YOUNG MAN, WELL ACQUAINTED WITH bookkeeping and stenography, would like po sition as assistant bookkeeper. Not afraid of work. Can furnish references. R 995, Journal. -j ' i ' WANTED—SITUATION BY YOUNG MAN TO do office work or work around house; willing to do anything for a start. Address N 997, Journal. ■ WANTED—BY SOBER AND INDUSTRIOUS man, position to drive any kind of delivery wagon; have had 12 years' experience. John . Anderson. 2121 3d st S. ' WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED, sober pan, job as second rook or any work in ptehen. Address F 1000, Journal. . co female: WELL. . RECOMMENDED LADY, WITH good education, desires office work at once. Good penman. H. T.. 1108 7th st S, city. •WANTED—EXPERIENCED LADY STEN ographer would like permanent position; five .years'.experience. Address T 099. Journal. AN EXPERIENCED * NURSE WISHES TO make engagements with ladles; terms rea sonable. Mrs. 8.. 1322 6th st SE. _ A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOFRNAff PRICE TWO CENTS. MICHELET AS INDIAN AGENT He Will Be Appointed for the White Earth Agency. EDDY OPPOSES NO MORE Only Candidate That Could Get Sen- atorial Indorsement. MICHELET TO TAKE HOLD JULY 1 Three Minnesota Army Appointee* Found to Be Over the Forty- Year Age Limit. Trort*Th» Journal Bureau. Boom 43. Pot* Building, Washington. Washington. May 17.—Simon Michelet - will be the Indian agent at the "White Earth agency. Congressman Eddy has been in correspondence with Senators Nelson and Clapp and has finally with drawn his opposition. The principal rta son for withdrawal, however, was the fact that there were no other candidates who could secure the senatorial indorsement. Several tried but failed, and that left Michelet the only man in the field. The appointment will be made very soon, and Michelet will take hold July 1, when the Sutherland, resignation takes effect. The appointment would be made at once, but the secretary of the interior is not in the ci...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

1 iTv-;, yv Secretary Hay, Secretary Hitchcock and Secretary Wilson were assembled. From time to time Secretary Cortel you, who has entire charge of everything throughout the entire ordeal of the last few days and who has been present al most continually, came down to keep them Informed of developments. Mrs. McKinley suffered little. She lay practically in a stupor and the doctors aaid there was no pain. Everyone at the residence realized that she waa in the valley of the shadow and that it would require almost a miracle to save her. At 11 o'clock the physicians had at- Other consultation. "No better," was the statement they issued. Privately they shook their heads. Mrs. McKinley had no reserve strength to call upon. She had taken practically no nour ishment for several .days but, even with everything against her, they said there •was still a bare chance for her to sur vive. As the day progressed there was a no ticeable improvement In Mrs. McKlnley's condition and a distinct revival...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1901. Jmrn^L QPQfc'E! .a> jm*/%? nm m «s»u». a* '* sadly marred if those The Pleasure of Living useful members-the feet era &&W EB . AV»Vl9&tta W WOi dSblai V AfiAg —are distressed. THE KNOBLAUCH SHOE 239 Nicollet Aye. and 23 and 25 So. Wash. Aye. has proved that the height of fashion can be combined with absolute ease in footwear- The fitting qualities of these shoes have made them famous with men, women and children- No painful breaking in. Easy from the first day. Styles for every us© and occasion. STREET- -DRESS—HOUSE—OUTIKCr. EXTRAORDINARY VALUES SATURDAY. Special Snap in Boys' i M " '^'^fc^^'^^^jT^j f*H I I \"1 Ol till ft T\ ( i Q If a. $ '-"'' '' Ladies' fine patent leather Oxford few tans, choice, $&± , A Istsi H» • ties, Goodyear welted extension W value, only. $2-O0 \ -^^s^ iC Askfor Knoblauch's Special Ladies' Ideal Patent Leather Kid fiZST .^aii^^Stfß Gents' French Calf, Patent Leath- Lace Boots made on the new *^^^mgs^*~^^&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

t THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & M«LAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. TUB JOURNAL is published every evening except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street Sooth. Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Uiilsou, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—*6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, ?J* 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 I-00 Ovj 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 CHAKUES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COXTI.MKU All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers will pleuae notify the office in every cake that their paper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

(FRIDAY. EVEOTKG. MAY 17, 190 L 2_iFlorsl\eim SHOE Florsheim Fit Florsheim Style Florsheim 1 Quality Florsheim Durability make the Li |^ Florsheim El s|| nrv>. _) t^Bl Standard l£gsmWf Excellence I %£/ Try a pair, and be better shod than those 'who don't wear them Sold by Stanley 412 Nicollet c/lvenae KING EDWARD HAT. ij */ vV \ In Black Stiff; Pearl, Slate and Black Alpines. First shown in Minneapolis, and sold only by THE IDEAL HATTERS, 412 Nicollat Avenue. wdcq gou patronize The Norm American Telegraph Co., You encourage competition and foster a Minneapolis enterprise. PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE. STUDENTS FULL OF FIGHT HAVE A BOLT WITH CIRCTSMEX As a Result of the Shindy Three Lniversity Men Are Beaten Badly. 2i*c York Sun Special Servie* Urbana, 111., May IT.— In a pitched bat- He between students of the University of Illinois and employes of a circus in Cham paign, three students were badly beaten, one Champaign man was hurt and a num ber of showmen were cut by stones and b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

€ CITY NEWS Adulterants in the Jelly—Judge Dickinson has fined George Leltx, 301 Uni versity avenue SE, $10 for violating the state dairy law by displaying for sale at his store Adulterated currant Jelly. •'The Line Is Busy Xow"- whole flay force of telephone girls in the employ of the Northwestern Telephone company were vaccinated by attaches of the health depart ment yesterday. S«uires la Managing Editor—The Minnesota Magazine board of directors yes terday elected Ralph Squires managing editor, and Ernest Wright secretary. The re maining officers will be elected to-morrow. On a Sad Errand—Mrs. Howard S. Ab bott. 800 Sixth street 9E, is in Racine to at tend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. O. R. Johnson, who died recently In San Fran fi»co. Mrs.. Abbott will remain in Racine for -two or three weeks. The Lindsay Warehouse —T. B. Lind say took out a permit yesterday for the erec tion of a live-story warehouse at 240-242 bey »nth avenue S. The building will be of "mill construction, wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 17. 1901. YERXA §gf TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you with either of the Yerxa Stores. PRICES FOR MAY 18: "Hoffman Boose" Coffee. In blending.roasting- and supplying- for thirty (30) cents a pound a rich Java and Mocha flavored Cof fee we stole a march on the world —and the world's best experts have been vainly attempting: for eight years to match the superb blend with a forty-five (45) cent Coffee. <f9*k«U' Coffee is a bang-up Sso 90* HODII flavor, but sell hero for.. LLv "nil a am" Blend isn't matched by any 20c UUcSn coffee we have tested or iCm •can hear of. Its price here is I9C iiM8 | A || T«« Is as maitnincent a rainarQa tea oieudofnuesc (»-. lon and India Teas as are grown. Its ought to-be price Is one dollar a pound— fin. the Yerxa price Is DUG "Wax Beans, lb •• $c Asparagus, full sized bunch, each..... 3c Spinach, peck M ?c Pie Plant, lb •••• lc Fancy Lettuce, large bunch ........... 2c Good Lemons, dozen ............10c Bahama Pineapples, each 14c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

8 The most complete Outfitting Establishment in America. y Goods Back-Money Back. \ C7PP9! i"Wff¥f^ I F^ G°°d? Back~Mo^ } cVeV Back < x^wvuo m^%»*,w~ , _, iH J| &S 8,1%f W~ Jg ▼ HA 1 ■ I I m W I Even it you have worn and damaged the garment so that it I If you axe not satisfied with what you have purged .« The ■ ■_J fj^ « v*l9 Ifl li| I cannot be returned, write or see us at The Plymouth just I Plymouth, bring or send the goods back and get your money I ■■m MMA ttf |M g j^A'J I• I I the same and give us a chance to "make you satisfied." < back if the goods are uninjured. m r TCJCTylCTllflffmCßil&B I W^mhmmwraißwrnnn—Mw—mnmn - —JL* Everything choice to wear for men, women and children. Sole agents in this section for Knox, Hanan and many other leading specialist manufacturers, foreign and domestic in Hats, Clothes, Furnishings and Shoes. Not only this, but our great assortments also include the well known products of our own factories, as well as the least expensive and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1901, CLAYTON E. WHITE. Experience of a Vaudeville Star of National Reputation. Mr. Clayton E. White, who has attained a fcationcU reputation as a vaudeville star, CLAYTON E. WHITE. writing us from Philadelphia on Dec. 26, 1900 thus tells of his experience with Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskt-y: After having had Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey recommended for various ailmeuts by a score of doctors from Maine to California. 1 decided to be my own phy sician (.saving the expense of the doctor s advice), aud have not been without it for the past five years. It keeps me free from coughs and colds; it brings refreshing sleep after a hard days work." Mr. White's experience is similar to the experiences of thousands ■who write us daily. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey cures consump tion, general debility, !a grippe, colds, bron chitis, malaria, low fever, dyspepsia, depres sion and weakness from whatever causes. It builds up and nourishes the body, it invig orates the brain, tones up ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

10* WALLACE'S MILLINERY BARGAINS for SATURDAY ONLY. '50 Elegant Trimmed Hats, worth from $8 gOP up to $12. Saturday only 9>®*&° 3? Beautiful Trimmed Hats, worth from &M O/J $6.50 to $8, Saturday only .......... ¥**'''***» 20 Nicely Trimmed Hats, worth up to dfrO €%£& $450. Saturday only *p^m**%» 200 other Trimmed Hats, Bonnets and Patterns to select from at any price you wish. 100 Untrimmed Hats, all good, desirable shapes, IQq worth up to 75c, only -. SPECIALS FLOWERS, worth up to 25c, only ."....... 7o FLOWERS, worth up to 50c, only 190 FINE SAILOR HA TS, worth up to 11.00, only: 690 GOOD SAILOR HATS, all colors, worth 75c, only 390 READY-TO-WEAR HATS, $1.50, $2, $2.75 and up to $5 Always Gome Here for Good, Honest Bargains. AH J^O * IB B\MSf iCHI MS IB £Si JVY3 £t^^ M. E. WALLACE SIS mud 517 Hieollet Ay. Jff^CS)\ /Cm —for MEN °nly—■ /r^~%> "IDFAI SHOF" rrWRFWi 93.50 V /mwm\ J*~£. "A\\v\ a I Our * 3-50 snoe is made to fit the natural foot \U tf'(l\X\\. A H «y —ou...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, MAT 17, 1901/ NftlftL PLATE I 307 COLLET AYE. < 3 Special Shoes ALL EXTRA GOOD VALUES AND UP-TO-DATE^—^ . We think they are the very best for the money. 1 tr"' — -m Nam "ftlnria" -4Q Rfl Boots in the !^«^# new Qioria pa.o.u; new pat ent *&. ', I S^r---laf an^ finest glaze kid, with new dull mat kid tops, I jjfcjf hand tnrn and welt soles. JBi / vslt beautiful styles and very M^l a ''<%. easy fitting, stylish shapes; --Ml f\V c wor^'s best boots, for ■ w%v % Special $2 Boots Fine vici k\ jSk opeciai $£ doois kid uppers, te^*^^ «IK. new anc^ Paten* tips, light and heavy v^^^\ soles, uew cst Jf^ £^ £^ \ J^. toes, 10 styles,and W^ *M 111 can't be beat for 82.50; our special g^ | : Beauty $2.00 Oxfords^ J&X" lJ£% era Button"Vesting top hand turn Oxfords, •P m^J IBIm Patent .Leather Oxfords. All sizes an(^au» $jL, H viM vM widths. Extra values, only Tf&r ■■ I ssar >B^ : - : • . :■■:■■ MILLINERY SALE I for Saturday I Choice of 100 Trimmed Hats S h Price...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

12 * y^^K === SACRIFICE OF SUMMER SUITS. == '/jf • l/\ The*ot weather reminds us that *c have too many Spring Suits. We prefer^ /Jl &) take our loss now rather than carry over a big stock and will cut theprice tomaW VCv# " ** them move faster. For one day only, Saturday, you &Jk ijffik gg f$ / can get anything have in Undress Worsteds, ONLY. X = SACRIFICE OF SUMMER SUITS. = |\ The*ot weather reminds us that we have too many Spring Suits. We prefei-to A take our loss now rather than carry over a big stock and will cut thepnce t^nake 3r them move faster. For one day only, Saturday, you g± + £ft fjk f can get anything we have in Undress Worsteds, ■ V# Ay Homespuns, Cheviots, Serges, Vicunas, stripes ami fcgj |J ■■ W ¥ Ju\\ checks and plain colors; suits that have been sell- m gg] |gz== W-T/ ft ing regularly at $10.00, $12.50 and $16.00. Any m mf® ! one of them for ™ '^^^ 111 1 4% I We are making a Saturday Spe ; All P A II A i' 7/ I | mT I* 4* 4* J% cial of Men's liussia and ta...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MAY IT, 1901. PETTIGREW FIGURES FOR 1902 He Will Be a Candidate Again, and He's Got the Money, Too—His Plan of Campaign. Special to The Journal. Sioux Falls.S.D., May 17.—There can no longer be any doubt, if • doubt has ex isted since last November, that Formei Senator Pettigrew has returned to Siou) Palls determined to retrieve his politi cal fortunes. Having been successful ii regaining his feet financially, he Is conn dent that with proper management of the elements at hand he may regain his seal in the United States senate. The remark he is reported to have made to Senatoi Elkins and others just -before he -went tc New York after the adjournment of the senate, that "I will out-plutocrat all ol you and when I have made money fenougl I;will be a pretty respectable member ol the senate. " was no idle boast, for Petti grew says nothing without weighing it: consequences and is the most tenacious character in American public life. Since his return . his 6ubchiefs have ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 17 May 1901

. 14 A Complete Hat Store OURS is not a mere department; it is a com plete hat store. We have all the new styles and shapes to choose from, including the one that will become YOU best. A dollar or two saved besides. The Straw Hat season is at hand, and you'll find full lines here, including the Genuine Panamas. Browning, King 4 Co., C. J. GUTGESELL, Mgr. fa jIQ NtCOllet Ay. Not. a Smell From These Palls cause they sll'l' fMT^I^ are tig^. i \ Jfj - sizes» ffiij Wt*\ $1.40 and $1.65 {T %% ;- j|] The very best IJSg^lal'ljLx*^- garbaga Solid. Strong, Tight, Light. The Corrugated Garbage Can is unequalled. Three sizes— ._ $3.00 $3.75 $4.50 w.l.Morlson & Co Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Stoves, Kitchen Furnishings, Etc. 247-249 Nicollet Aye. MINNESOTA VS. IOWA Track and Field Athletes Meet at NortUroji Field. The second annual dual field meet be tween the universities of Minnesota and lowa was held this afternoon at Northrop field. The largest delegation of students ever sent to Minnesota...

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