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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

<T CITY NEWS Held for Burßlurj-in the police court Saturday,, Daniel Gardener, .charged with burglary in the third 'degree, was held to tne grand jury. . .. „. ...\ „. They Want Malinqulst— A petition requesting the retention of C.'A. Malmquljt on the state board of appeals for the inspec tion of grain is being extensively ciivuluteu at the Chamber of Commerce .and .among grain men generally. His term expires Aug.l. Xew Milling Co.— Rich Prairie Milling company, of Minneapolis, was incor porated Saturday by C. A. Bovey. Ceylon K. Layman and William H. liovey, all of Minneapolis. The capital stock will be ?.». --000. The company will manufacture flour. GET BIG OR GET OUT Alternatives That Will Soon Con front the Small Jobber. SO SAYS FRANKLIN McVEAGH One of Chleaeo'a Wholesalers Talk* of t'oniinu Economic Con ditions. Franklin McVeagh, head of one of the great wholesale grocery houses in Chicago, is at the West Mr. McVeagh has been a close student of business problems and says tha...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

MONDAY EVENING. MAY 20, 1901. VERXA HOT TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you with either of the Yerxa Stores. I'KICES FOR MAY 21: Fresh Car Strawberries Tomorrow and the price will 4 £hg\ be, quart mox.. IUU Fresh Cucumbers, each 10c Cheese, new Full Cream, lb 10c Wax Beans, lb 8c Asparagus, full sized bunch, each 3c Spinach, peck . 7c Tie Plant, lb lc Good Lemons, dozen 10c Florida Pineapples, each 20c ROSE BUSHES American Beauty, northern grown; good condition for transplanting; each ... 10c GRAPE FRUIT. 40c, 50c and 60c dozen. BUTTER Sweet, dairy „. 14c, 15c, 17c U«mla Cu»nn l-gal. tin 90c Liapie oyrup '.^uin 450 r * r (juarttln 23c Beef, Iron and Wine *** 29c Graham Flour xasFanC):26t Healthall Flour w^.^.... 30c Healthall Breakfast Food, 20c Heaitnaii Mb bag tuc Soap torb *rsTip; Tops°ap 25c Bijou Wash Boards ** 15c •Tali is a good one. worth double the money. Holsen's Gelatine m«. 9s Prunes P en b 3k Gaum Kelley&Eoss', |9*«» COUP 3-lb. cans 142 C Good Rice u> 02c Pearl T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

5 Sl MAKES FANS PONDER Why This Sudden Collapse of the Local Team? SHOULD HAVE WON YESTERDAY ft. Paul . Defeated by Denver-Dei Molnei Bite* the Omaha Likewise. Were the millers playing ahead of their fait out west, or how does the manage ment, be it Beall or Glasscock, account for the loss of two out of three games to the Colorado Springs club, which was picked for tail end honors? From the official records the team could have won yesterday, but they only came near it. The springers made a few more hits, but any advantage in that direction must have been outweighed by the wildness of Pitch er Ream. He passed nine millers to first and passes ought to be almost as good as hits when Tim Donahue is behind the bat. A ball player who can't steal bases when "Bridget" is the bumper for the balls ought to take up come other profession. The millers did make quite a spurt in the last inning, but the- visitors had tak en *uch a lead that three runs would not •yen tie the store, much less win th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

MONDtAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1901. ~~ZZn _ .T __ *~^^ m TO PICK CHAMPIONS Golf Clubs Are Trying Out Their Best Players. GOOD PLAYING AT BRYN MAWR Corse Makes Good Showing at Mln ikaJbdu—Score* of Saturday's Work, on the Links. Th« qualifying trials at the Minikahda tlub'« grounds on the last two Saturdays fcave resulted in the designation of twelve of the fourteen players who will represent the club in golf contests this season. The figures of the leaders for thirty-six holes are as follows: I. I* Corse. IS4; C. T. Jaffray. 189; F. C. Hale, 196; Dr. Porteous. 195; L. B. Newell. 198; J. W. See 200; G. P. Harding, 200; A. F. Pillsbury, 201;" C. F. Dever, 202. Messrs. Hawkins and Albert, being tied at 207 each, there was no choice for the thirteenth and fourteenth places and the iwo places are still open to all members of the clu:b. Dr. C. B. Mercer, 202; Horace Lowry. 203; E. P. Gates, 2i>4; R. E. Hawkins, -'07; C. S. Albert, 207. I. Lv Corse walked around the course Saturday in S6 str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

*& EARLY FIRMNESS WAS LOST AT THE CLOSE Wheat Made an Advance of 3-4 C, but Could Not Hold It After Noon. GOSSIP OF PHILLIPS' INFLUENCE Visible Supi»l> Decreased 3,203,000 Bu.—Foreign Tone Indifferent v —General Xewi, ______________ Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May JO.—Wheat started In with a firmer feeling this morning and gained He in the first few minutes. July sold at 73c, but eased off later and held at 72H@72%c at noon. A lit tle stray talk is coming in of the need of rain in the northwest. Everything is look- \ ing well so far, but good rains within a short time will do much to insure the prospect in ■pring wheat. Liverpool closed *id higher. Paris was unchanged to 5c lower, and 10® 25c lower on flour. Antwerp was unchanged, Budapest Vie higher. Berlin V higher. Export inquiry was reported at the sea board, from German houses. There was nothing in the early news to cause any general change of feeling. Cables were very tame, and Chicago even opened a ■hade under Sat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

MONDAY EVENING. MAY 20, 1901. MORE PAY FOR MEMBERS CANADIAN PARLIAMENT WILL ACT Increased Annual Expenditure of 147,000 Proponed by the Laurier Government. Special to The Journal. Ottawa, Ont.. May 20.—Sir Wilfred Laurler Saturday night gave notice of a resolution making the sessional indem nity of members of parliament and sena tors ?1,5t)0, instead of $1,000, as at pres ent. This will be permanent and will begin with this session. There are -13 members of parliament and eighty-one senators, so that it will entail an in creased annual expenditure of $147,000. The house devoted the day on the rail way resolutions. On the vote of $112,000 for a line of railway from the Canadian Pacific railway to Icelandic river, Mc- Creary Selkirk said five Icelandic dele gates from Dakota had visited the country which this line will serve and where there is now an Icelandic colouy, and that it was probable 4,000 or r>,ooo Icelanders from Dakota would settle there. The resolution passed. All the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 May 1901

*2 CUBAN GOVERNMENT Two Committee Reports to the Con stitutional Convention. PLATT AMENDMENT IS ACCEPTED Some Modification* Are Made, How ever—The Minority Report Urmuri. Havana, May 20.—The committee on re lations of the Cuban constitutional con vention will submit majority and minority reports to the convention to-day. The majority report, in its introduction, quotes Article 1 of the treaty of Paris, the joint re3olution of the United States congress, &nd the Platt amendment, and then pro ceeds as follows: Inasmuch as Secretary Root, being au thorized by President McKinley, says that the Platt law has for its object the guar anteeing of the independence of Cuba and does not mean interference with its govern ment or thd exercise of a protectorate or of sovereignty, and also that intervention will only take place when independence is •ndangerefl by outside powers or grave in terior disturbances, creating anarchy; and. Inasmuch as Secretary Root has said that the naval station wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. COPY CEtURCH OF JENGLAND New Depart, tre of the Prot estant Epi? \ copal Church. TO CREATE PROVINCES An Archbishop Over Each, and a "Metropolitan" Over All. DIFFICULTY .IT FOND DU LAC Out of This Gr err the Proposed Rev olution} tins of Church ; r f v U«ja 'eminent. Hmw York Mmm I toecfa/ Sorvlom New York. \£.i ? 21.—There is a definite movement on f< c «t in the Protestant Epis copal church u> divide the United States into provixut s and establish over each province an ai c 6 bis hop as the head of the church ia that section. From the arch bishops It is pka nned to elect a metropoli tan, who Ehall De the executive and con stitutional lead er of the church in America. This plan, 1 t is expected, will be con sidered at thei next general convention of the Episcop El church, which will meet in San FrancTpco ia October. The idea has been discus in the church for many years, but tir * present plan is the out growth of th« ■■ recent contorve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. COPY CfiDRGH OF JSNGLAND New Departi. tre of the Prot estant Epi? j copal Church. TO CREATE PROVINCES An Archbishop Over Each, and a "Metropolitan" Over All. DIFFICULTY .IT FOND DU LAC Oat of This Gr itvr the Proposed Rev olution! tins of Church U4iv >erament. flew York Sim I tjpedml Service New York. NEi f 21.—There is a definite movement on ft >c «r in the Protestant Epis copal church to divide the United States into provinct 3 and establish over each province an ai c h bishop as the head of the church in that section. From the arch bishops it is pba lined to elect a metropoli tan, who shall be the executive and con stitutional lead er of the church in America. Thi* plan, 1 t is expected, will be con sidered at thfi next general convention of the Eplscop Bl church, which will meet in San Frand'pco in October. The idea has been discue^eii in the church for many years, but tM * present plan is the out growth of th« • recent contorversy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

~:#'.' DEMANDS OF BOARDS Are Canvassed in the Presbyterian Ceneral Assembly. SOME HEATED APPEALS ARE MADE Exception Taken to the Charge That Over 2,000 Churches Pail to Help Home Missions. Philadelphia, May 21.—The considera tion of church board reports was contin ued at to-day's session of the Presby terian general assembly. The special or ders were the reports of the committees on home missions, aid for colleges and church erection. Every effort is being made by the as sembly to dispose of all the routine mat ters before debate on revision begins in order that when the subject is aettled there may be little unfinished business to consider. The report of the committee on home missions, read by Rev. Dr. Hugh K. Walker, chairman, contained numerous recommendations, one of the most im portant being an earnest commendation of the proposed anti-polygamy amend ment to the conßtitution of the United States. In this connection the report states: We earnestly urge upon congress the im porta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 21, 1901. The Only Vestibuled Train to Chicago and Kansas City after 7:35 p. m. run ning Buffet Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Cars is No. 6, learing every uight at 10:45 via the Chicago Great Western Railway Tickets at City Office, corner Fifth St. and N'icollet Aye.l or Chicago. Great Western Depot, corner 10th and Washington Aye. boutn, Minneapolis. Tjr\ tH ill f w <f-TaiWfc •■ i ill I ! § /■ 9 flfl Amffi"""-' j W. S. CONRAD I IW. S. DISTRIBUTOR, I SOLE DISTRIBUTOR, MINNEAPOLIS. ST. PAUL. § HID 10 GAS CURED WITH CASCARINE. If you have wind or gas or a bloating of the stomach, why not cure it? Some of these days you will ruin your health by causing these diseases to linger. That bad taste in your mouth and that coated tongue mean that you need a tonic laxa tive for your system; that your stomach is cut of order. You should not go on from day to day allowing this state of affairs to continue, for if you do. It will not be long before you will be a sick ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

'4 THE JOURNAL LUOIAN SWIFT, J. & M«LAIN, MANAGES. EDITOU. \ > SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to Tht Journal Printing- Co. Delivered by Mail.- --; One copy, one month •«• $0.85 One copy, three months 1-00 OD9 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 Isthmian Canal There arrived in New York, yesterday, Irom. Nicaragua, the party of engineers who have been engaged surveying the route for the proposed Nicaragua ship canal. This is probably the last survey ing party to report, as Admiral Walker and the commission have received all the material derived from the survey of the various canal routes necessary to frame their report to the government. The commission is now engaged on that re port, which will be completed by July 1. Admiral Walker talks as if the Nica ragua canal route bad been definitely chosen, and that the inchoate Panama di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 21, 1901. Waltham Watches. Economy of time is - economy of energy. The best watch is the busy man's friend. The only "best watch" is a Waltham. " The Perfected American Watch," an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, 'will be sent free upon request* American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. Before You Spend a Dollar on your home furnishings, visit our store and see our stock. We want the*chance to show you the latest things in Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Lace Curtains, Upholstered and Mahogany Furniture, Davenports and Odd Bits of Furniture. We believe we have the most fetching designs, the handsomest woods, the smartest colorings, the latest patterns; we guarantee the lowest prices MOORE & SCRIVER, 711-713 Nicollet Aye fShe Plymouth Clothing House Second Floor. Ladies' Silk Underwear. Ladies' Spun Silk Underwear— Priced to make the largest week's sales in the history of this rapidly growing department. The bet ter judge of Underwear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

ff CITY NEWS A Chilly Hide—Ralph Jaeger, the eld •*'. son or Mr. and Mrs. Luth Jaeger of 1*916 Park avenue, was seen riding on me keel of ills canoe out in Lake Calhoun Sunday afternoon and was rescued from his uncom fortable position by members -or the Mini kahda club. Another < Apartment —Robert Heuston will erect a four-story apartment building; at 16 Tenth street S. The building on the site will be moved to Park avenue, near Thirty-second street, .and made into- a flat building. The new Heuston building will be of brick. 48x120. with a cafe in the naif story basement. It will cost $25,000 and be modern in every respect. - . - Garbage Men Surrender—The cru- ' sade the health department is making against the garbage men is finally having its effect. They have been asking for permits during the last tew days and yesterday the last of the twenty-five blank permits that Health Com missioner Hall had provided were taken. The receipts at the crematory do not show much Increase as ye...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

TUESDAY EVEMJLJNG, MAY 21, 1901. YERXA HP TELEPHONE MA!N 353 "Will connect you with either of the Yerxa Stores. PRICES FOR MAY 28: STRAWBERRIES Large consignments, fresh, ripe stock received every morning. You can rely upon the price being right. COFFEE When you buy a pound of coffee here you get full value for your money". Our profit does not admit of a present. We prefer to sell many thousands of pounds at a very small margin rather than a few hundreds at a large profit. Hoffman House Coffee, lb 30c Robal Coffee, lb --c Golden Rio and Santos, lb 15c Olives, good large, ripe Olives, quart. 30c Green Gage or Egg Plums, 2%-lb cans each *c Fresh Cucumbers, each 10c Cheese, new Full Cream, lb .-. 10c Wax Deans, lb Sc Asparagus, full sized bunch, each 4c Spinach, peck Tc Pie Plant, lb lc Good Lemons, dozen 10c Florida Pineapples, each -uc ROSE BUSHES American Beauty, northern grown; good condition for transplanting; each. ... 10c GRAPE FRUIT. 40c, 50c and 60c dozen. . _. BUTTER Sweet, d...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

r- ij^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^s**^ NEW ENGLAND STORE NEWS \*+^*s**^^>-+***s>*^>^j*~^^ f _ __^___^^^_^^^ m^^_^_^^m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmuummmu^ammmmmmm mmMmmmmmmmmmmv J !■■ Wednesday's Special Bargains I All prices quoted in this advertisement hold good, not only for Wednesday, but until quantities s | ■£".' -a' -■'^^^^SBKS^^SSxM are exhausted. It is but right, however- to state that, owing to the attractiveness of the V I mmEm :^wE^S^^B^^S^i offerings, it is risky, if interested to postpone selections, and the earlier you call the less 5 likely are you to be disappointed. $ *^-lJ!lm^ SPeCtiimmock ra Sal G attd f^'f f"f" A S Pecial Clear- §A&| \ I living room in the apartments of Mr. Samuel Johnston, resident manager of the )fljjjjjfi|| ' ;)§j|^*. i >^C\ fv *»-^L^^==aiJP 111* ' ¥IWtf)i>fx % f§:fi:s fOV WG(J!n(?S(J£IV P^JEi^J^Es. ? Life Insurance company, in the Virginia Flats at the junction-of-Lyndale jpffgggff J,'; " \^.~ *j /^/Wfh^^^^S^^Jil Itf'l^Ml KF CUfICaUCI/*. l^^m^^^^H^^S...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1901. Approved S flfj! by the public— endorsed by all who realize that j; SbbffUat I 111 l if' I it takes quality to make ; real bargains and honest, !; Rocker, fancy I I 111 llf U liberal treatment to make dealings pleasant. Our <! Wished^^Leff^k I II JIJL bargains this week are bargains of quality, < m eithei *sf™S | |I|J JK9P and will compare with others' as mountains to j| f**l* -WHH.6 ill j|R If Eiroxi Beds <f=zJk^&\ i|^ brass; a bed that would sell >^^v //^^»» aT4 t"*^' ' •^^^>-~^^^^>^^^^~^-~^^^^vv><^~^ ~>~~. >^- x . jLJ-- §f& 4f*^%W9l Heavy 2-inch \< . K^^Sl 1// ==ir X' 1 9IA M Post brass bed, >\ W^* W^ I « -t ri^ swell foot end, ji 4^gyj^__ WJmi _|»c=y- —r* one of the best made; the reg- '! I I >W S ular 940 kind; made in full !| rkirir^ \/Jf 20 Rolls of all wool Ingrain jr rv r 50 Bundhar Wilton Rugs, sizes 8 ft. 2 luliy^^> finished"v Carpet, sale price yard t#V/C 3xlo ft. G. Sale price 41 'Ifi ? iJp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

i<r VERY FIRM UNDERTONE TO THE WHEAT MARKET Some Talk of Dry Weather North west Suggests Possible Damage Unless Rain Falls Soon. CASH SITUATION REMAINS FIRM Conflicting Reports Front the South weit, Some Good and Some Very Bad. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. May 21.—Llghi receipts were a feature in to day's wheat statistics. Primary receipts were small, while Minneapolis had its lightest run for a long time with ouly s:'. tars inspected In. Cables were tame, Liverpool varying %d to %d, but closing unhanged from yester day. Paris wa« a shade firmer. Antwerp un changed, Berlin and Budapest V' to ?»e higher. There was more dry weather talk and some northwestefn points reported seiious need of rain. The Dakotas had a light and •eattered rainfall and there mat some ■howers la Maultoba. It is dear generally In the wact and southwest with heavy rains east of the Ohio. Of the foreign outlook there was llttla of Interest aside from a report from Consul Mason ni Berlin, who has been inve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

$UESI«* Evening, io.y 21, isra. - THE BREAD WINNERS" OF ITS ALLEGED AVTHOR Contention. That Ida May Harris ■'Wai Not Competent _ Mentally. ff*w York Sun Special Sme-vlca 5 Urbana, 111., "May V2L—The anticipated fight over the will "of the late May Ida Harris commenced to-day in the county court of Champaign county before Judge C. C. Staley. The objectors claim that Harris, because of long illness, was incapable of making a ■will or codicil. Un d^ue influence. is also hinted at. It devel oped in the testimony of the attending physician, Dr. H. C. Howard, that for sev ena^days previous to making the will. Mia* Harris had been under the influence of codeine, a strong narcotic, one-fourth of a grain of which will ordinarily pro duce sleep. Three grains at a lime had been" given Miss Harris. A professional nurse, Miss Mary B. Har rison, who attended Miss Harris, testi fied that the day before the will-was writ ten. Miss Harris had spoken constantly of the animals moving about the room. T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 May 1901

12 The News of Sportdom. SCOSE EVENED UP Minnesota Beat Notre Dame at Baseball Yesterday. SOME UNGENTLEMANLY ROOTING Visitors Did Xot Deserve It—Minne sota Put li» a. Good w Game. Notre Dame university students took eoine baseball laurels from the University of Minnesota down in Indiana about a month ago. They were courteously hand ed back yesterday afternoon. The cere mony took place at Northrop field and was witnessed by the sporting element among 'he undergrades and the faculty with keen interest The visitors were not in the best of playing form, possibly on account of a long journey, but under proper conditions they are evidently ball players, for they did some occasional work that won liberal applause from the grand stand. The prin cipal weakness was in the box. Ryan was strong and -willing, but not effective. Plymat and Metcalf excelled in field doing their 6tunts smoothly and swiftly. Morgan, the sunny-haired first baseman, proved himself to be a splendid player and a good fe...

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