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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. 40,000 MEN ON STRIKE This the Estimate of Presi dent of Machinists. , AGREEMENTS IN SIGHT He Believes the Demands of 90 Per Ceat of the Men Will Be Granted. ALLIED METAL TRADES READY Prepared to Go Out "Whenever the Machinist* Think the Time Is Ripe. Washington, May President O'Con- Cell of the International Association of Machinists estimates, that the number of machinists engaged in the strike to-day is 40.000. He claims to be satisfied with the situation and has confidence in the result. He said: By next Monday ! morning probably 90 per cent of the men who went out ■will'be back at work with . their demands granted. The other 10 per cent are mostly on the Pacific coast and !n several Ohio cities. San Fran cisco is the only place where we look for a protracted strike. The situation there is good and the strike may cover several weeks. No important developments are reported at Cincinnati, though about fifteen small firms have signed the agr...

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. — 22 May 1901

B KICKING THE BUCKET Continued From First Pave. a "land flowing with milk and honey," as it was In the days of Joshua, at the end of the forty years of wandering in the wilderness. The wealthy foreigners In most instances are Jews, who hope to re populate the country with the people of the chosen race, and are leaders in the •"back to Jerusalem" cry which has been 80 eloquently and forcefully made by Isra * el Zangwill, the Rothschilds and by others. Speaking once more of wind mills, a ■eventeen-horse power one has been in stalled in the interior, west of the Jor dan, for flour-grinding purposes, and an other large one, bought in Chicago, Is Just being put up at Yara. Even American beer has broken Into the country. One firm has sold to date 619 cases of forty-eight bottles each, and another has recently received 150 cases direct from Milwaukeee. The municipality of Beirut has added a $3,500 steam street . roller to its public equipment, and this Is the only steam roller now in Turke...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 22. 1901. TOWNS CRY ••QUITS" Pierre and Fort Pierre Distracted by the Smallpox Quarantine. TALK OF APPEAL TO THE COURTS tommlttee From Kacb Place to Treat—Effective Boycott on Pierre Merchandise. Special to The Journal. Pierre, 8. D., May 22.— meeting of the business men and officials of Pierre was held yesterday to arrange for a peaceable settlement, if possible, of the quarantine difficulties existing between Pierre and Fort Pierre. At present both towns are at a deadlock, each being quarantined solidly against the other. The greatest disturbance has been created by the boy ' cott of Fort Pierre agains merchandise sent from Pierre. The regulations of the Port Pierre quarantine permit . the pas sage of goods billed from outside points to Fort Pierre, but stuff billed from Pierre is turned back. A load of coal oil was passed over the river the other day, but when it reached Fort Pierre It was declared contagious and sent back across the river., This situation ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

'i THE JOURNAL LTJCIAN SWIFT, I J. & M«LAiN, MANAGES. EDITOR. ;^ Democratic Headwinds It is reported from Beaumont, Texas, that the Hon. C. A. Towne has affiliated With those terrible fellows, the capitalists, and has become a member of a $3,000,000 cil gusher company, which is a factor of the big land and oil combine growing out Of the oil excitement in Texas. Mr. Towne ■hares the furore of many of his fellow democrats in this capitalistic lusting, and lie has, no doubt, forgotten his speeches of last year as to the wickedness of multi miHion combinations. It would not be surprising to find him recognizing the present tendency of the New York democratic leaders to the policy of saving their party by trying to hold the east and the south in solidarity as against the remaining Bryanism of the West. Mr. Towne is not probably ready to swear eternal fealty to the "princi ples" which the once flamboyant pre terite Bryan is laboriously expounding in his weekly journal, the Commoner, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 22, 1901. A TEXAS CONGRESSMAN Recommends Pe-ru-na as a Permanent Care for catarrh and as a Grand Tonic y JV* CONG. R. C. DeGRAFFENREID FROM TEXAS. Congressmen R. C. DeGraffenrei d, of Longview, Texas, gives his endorse ment to Peruna, the great catarrh remedy, in the following letter: Hotel Wellington, Washington, D. G The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen — "After the u«e of Peruna for a short time I am con vinced that it is all you claim for it. It is a grand tonic and I can recommend it as a safe and permanent cure for catarrh. "-R. C. De- Graffenreld. Sore throat has many names. Some call it catarrh of the pharynx. It is also called chronic tonsilitis. Follicuiar pharyngitis is the name that doctors de light to call it, as they generally prefer the longer words. Public speakers and preachers are so prone to have sore throat, that it ia sometimes called preachers' sore throat. It makes little difference what name we call it —just plain sore throa...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

6" CITY NEWS r* Sold Impure Milk—John G. Lundln, g 813 Glrard avenue N, was fined $28 in the po ' court yesterday for Belling adulterated ■ milk. Q. B. Gibson, 522 Western avenue, was lined $23 for selling adulterated baking pow . • der. Notified of Meriter—stockholders of the American Linseed Oil company have been notlfled of the terms of the merger of their company with the Union Lead and Oil com pany. It states that the principal holders of ■tock have agreed to the terms, and urges all others to do so. C. of C. Membership* »2.OOO—Mem berships iv the Minneapolis Chamber of Com merce were bid up to $I.S>OU Monday. The price now asked by holders is $2,iM>. It is expected that this quotattou will be raised within a. few days. If the northwest secures a good crop this year, memberships in the chamber will probably be quoted at $2,i00 and over. \ECROLOGICAL CHARLES WEED died suddenly of heart disease at the Soldiers' Home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Weed was well known in St. Paul wher...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1901? YERXA gfT TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you. with either of the Yerxa Scores. PRICES FOR MAY 22: 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 22c Golden Rio and Santos, lb 15c Olives, good large, ripe Olives, quart. 30c Green Gage or Egg Plums, 2&rlb cans each... ..'.:■. ..." 9c Fresh Cucumbers, - each x............. 10c Cheese, new Full Cream, lb ......... 10c [ Wax eßans, lb ;C &c Asparagus, full sized bunch, each..... 4c Spinach, peck 7c Tie Plant, lb lc Good Lemons, dozen . ....10c Florida Pineapple*, each Me New Potatoes for 50c peck. GRAPE FRUIT. 40c,* 50c and 60c dozen. -'- BUTTER Sweet, dai...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1901? VERXA MT TELEPHONE MAIN 353 Will connect you. with either of the Yerxa Scores. PRICES FOR MAY 22: 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 -'2c Golden Rio and Santos, lb 15c Olives, good large, ripe Olives, quart. 30c Green Gage or Egg Plums, 2ft-lb cans each 9c Fresh Cucumbers, each 10c Cheese, new Full Cream, lb 10c Wax eßans, lb 9c Asparagus, full sized bunch, each 4c Spinach, peck 7c Pie Plant, lb lc Good Lemons, dozen 10c Florida Pineapple*, each »uc New Potatoes for 50c peck. GRAPE FRUIT. 40c, 50c and 60c dozen. BUTTER Sweet, dairy 14c, 15c, l"c Maple Syrup \£& ::::::::::::* Beef, Iron and Wine *...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

8 ST. VITUS DANCE. Dr. Greene's Nervura Cures Children of Nervous Diseases. It is true beyond all question that Dr. Greene s V^ervura cures St. Vitus Dance. Mr. Charles A. Regnell, 13 Custer St., Brockton, Mass., says : .^ta^—^. »My Jittlc daughter, Esther, £<ds£V|KKSst§Bafc*^ was stricken with Chorea or St. fQs£3tfjjA t^ffl Vitus Dance, last September. I raS !p---^« have since then tried two of our SBllsl **,) 1 local doctors, but she grew steadily j|||ii/fe^. •^'J^***^* worse instead of better. A few || JdßH^i!Zo£ "Wit, / 1 weeks ago I was advised by a friend W^^^^^^^^L 1 to try DR. QREENES NERVURA BLOOD /^M^^^^^^^^kK AND NERVE REMEDY. She began mSmI&sM li^^M^^^m, taking it, and 1 can see that sho ra^^^^^^^m has been improving every day JbHI^B H since. lam willing to recommend I^^^^^^^*^^^^^^. Dr. Greene's Nervura to all who j^^^^^^r^^^^ 1H I suffer rom such a disease. This Vv^; WIM Iff * case of my own daughter has con ms <&.!&■" >~Jp f' vinced me that Dr. Gr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

wetwesdat EVEJNiJsur may"22; Tgui* INVIGORATED HOW A WOMM GOT HER STRENGTH BACK. She Took Our Vinol with Good Results. WE WANT EVERY ONE TO KNOW ABOUT IT. READ WHAT WE HAVE TO SAY. COME AND SEE US. We don't want any one in this city to drag themselves through life in pain »nd misery for the want of enough strength to feel well and happy. If you feel listless, without ambition vid run down, it is a bad sign. You are running grave chances. You »re in a condition to be attacked bf most any disease. This feeling of debility is a symptom that your system is generally demoral ized. You should take a tonic. You should take Vinol. which we know and will guarantee will restore your strength. Following 1 is one case where it did this. Mrs. T. H. Boyle, of 56 Chestnut St., West Newton, Mass., says : "Last spring I used one bottle of Vinol. At that time I was all run down and sick. I find that it did me lots of good, and by its use my strength came back to me." Vinol is a delicious preparation,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

Iff fIIOfcLpLATE 307 NIOOLLET AYE. i 3 SPECIAL SHOES We are proud of them because they are Handsomer and Better than you can get anywhere for the price. -They are bright and new, and are Extra Good Values. fv '"Li 'I ' 'ffilnvio *£% Rfl Hand Turn or Welt fcV I CI UlUlKl tPUiUU Soles, New. Patent 1 V t\^J°i^^t^?' Vici Kid Dress Boots with line dull kid tops, J *|w^ stylish Glaze Kid ■ Boots with Kid or New tftiftfio Rfl Hand Turn or Welt QlQlla yUiUU soles, New Patent Yici Kid Dress Boots with line dull kid tops, stylish Glaze Kid Boot 3 with Kid or .New fitting, stylish £^ i| shapes. The best EX fffeS boots ever sold kSkjii^U for ■ Special $2 Boots %ks^ /^^^V Fine Vici Kid uppers with Kid or Patent Tip, Heavy or Light Flexible Soles. Also 4t^ £^ tffe 0^ in Patent Leather with Cloth Tops (||!™^P |§1| I|l| for Dress wear. Good $2.50 values. Our «^'jF^ nmM wM ! Special Boots ■■ ■ Cvt»4 fcl Kfl flvfAPfl* 10 Styles with Hand Turn Soles EAira OliVll UAIUIIIS ith*Kid or Patent Tips, also i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1901, Everything for the Home . Attend the Big Special Sale This Week of Useful Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Crockery and Drapery. OUR TERMS. 925 worth, $5 down and $5 per month. 940 worth, 98 down and 96 per month. 950 worth, 910 down and 97 per month. 975 worth, 915 down and 98 per month. 9100 worth, 920 down and 910 per month. Favorable Terms Made upon Larger Amounts, BOUTELL BROS." FIRST AYE. AND FIFTH ST. S. FREE TREATfIENT TO THE HAIR AND SCALP FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY, AT THE OFFICE. SWANSON'S DANDRUFF CURE . FRAZER ON A RAMPAGE. Vancouver, B. C, May 22.—A special from Yale, B. C, says that the Frazer river has risen twenty-five feet from low water. Floods are feared. r^ — ■ ■" ' —* ' ■ I' • -■ ■ . :.:■■■-. ' ■■■- J '" _ „ JLL- ——■'. i ■». "^k •Mctropolit&n " ' The only difference between Regal styles and the styles made by the metropolitan custom bootmakers is a difference of some $8.50 in price. There is absolutely no difference in pattern or shape....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

15 MISS EDITH GIBBONS TJ S AIN SOME LITTLE LADY WHO PLAYS "THE MAID" IN "THE ij^LEFHOitE GIBL" AT THE BIJOU IE A VIVACIOUS MANNEB. | B^BJwIWHKm itti ~f "**"■ «i r j.»kut^ll&mlßlmHi :';''<3^?sßH^^Bßl^Hßh» - ! ' ■ Q i jnl.'jLi .."." 11" 'jc.-illii iiy)jbllbiEHb . XIuBBWIBBiILiiHMEi ; W^/W/mK J ////////////^/////l/y^^, *{v$ >:t ' HONORS AT GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS THESE NINE STUDENTS OP THE GRADUATING CLASS CARRY OFF j^H fvi i^^ B. A. BANSTRTJM, Buffalo. (Salut&torlan.) C, E. BLOMQUIST, Duluth. E. ANERSON, Minneapolis. The Canteen and the Soldiers. To the Editor of The Journal. In your issue of the 17th you say: The testimony of the officers at Fort Snell ing is that the abolition of the canteen has been demoralizing to the troops stationed there. Since the abolition of the canteen, there has been more drunkenness, more men In the guardhouse, more court-martials, more desertions; men have been degraded in rank because of their going on sprees in the cities, and the general testi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1901. TO FIGHT VAN HORNE Canadian's Cuban Railway Opposed by General Lacret. FORAKER RESOLUTION VIOLATED That la the Contention—President j Van Home Says Hi» Work ; Is Legal. - New York, May —The Times says: A legal fight is promised against the se curing of, railroad franchises in Cuba by the Cuba company, of which Sir "William C. Van Home of Canada is president, complaint having been made by interests represented by General Lacret that the company Is building a railroad in the I Island, whereas . the Foraker resolution provided that no concession should be made to anyone while the military oc cupation 1 continues. Sir William C. Van Home, who is here, said: Oar company -was organized about a year ago tor the purpose of developing Cuba. We expect to build a railroad from San Luis, near Santiago, to the center of the province of Santa Clara. Most of the past year has been spent In surveying and grading. We are working only upon land we have actually purcha...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

U TENDENCY TO WAIT FOR NEW DEVELOPMENTS The Northwest Crop Prospects Will Be a Leading Factor From This Time On. THE TRADE IS VERY SENSITIVE Kansas Reports Conflicting, but Letts Favorable on the Whole— eral News of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 22.— Wheat opened this morning in hesitat ing tone, with a scattered trade to start. The early market was nervous and sensitive and apparently ready to respond to influ ence I'roui either side. Chicago opened a shade firmer on the better foreign market, Liverpool showing a gain of %d on second cables. Minneapolis started unchanged from yesterday, at 72%@72ftc, and bobbed arouud over V range, finally selling off to 72u, where it held. The past two days have brought reports from spring- wheat territory, very good in the main, but reading less favorably owing to the dry weather and lack of sufficient mois ture in places. These reports were begin ning to increase, and up to last night there teemed a possibility that they might le...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING,^ 3MAY 22 t JLQOfii 6___BUSINES^CHANCES__ WE HAVE SOME ATTRACTIVE OPENINGS In banking, mercantile, manufacturing and professlonar/linesl in-growing sections of the I country. , We Citn sell your business. . Look ;us up. Odlum-KurUman Co., Phoenix bldg. :. FOR SALE—STORE AND ' STOCK OF hardware, -furniture and farm, implements. Address K. C. Webster» Andover. S. D. : IF ALL PEOPLE HAD THEIR LAUNDRY work done at the Custom Laundry, how much better some people's linen would look. 112 j 6th st S. Tel. 138. _ WANTED — FIRST-CLASS DENTIST TO share office with physician in city: good loca tion Jorjrjght man. Address M 1000, Journal. - FOR SALE—I^ ACRES UF STRAWBERRIES on-vines; large crop. J. W. Bryant, 2Mb ay . 5 and 62d st. Call at 418 2d st S. ..?•;-; YOU CAN MAKE SPLENDID PROFITS BY judicious, systematic operations on the wheat market; $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents. Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain Co., S...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 May 1901

XBU- WANTS-Pages 15,16 REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE Continued. FOR SALE-HALF SECTION, RANSOM county, N. I)., $6 per acre. A. D. Condit, 806 New York Life, St. Paul. 150,000 acres Minnesota lands, $2.50 to $4.50 per acre. Send for lists in Cass, Crow Wing, Beltrami, Itasca, Hubbard. Becker, Todd and Morri son counties. Wholesale trade solicited with good commissions to live agents. Send for terms, plate, etc. \V. D. WASHBURN, JR., 300 Quaranty Bldg. 800 ACRES OF LAND IN RANSOM COUN ty. North Dakota; five miles from two good railroad towns; 650 acres can be cultivated; food building; 80 acres timber and river, • which makes fine pasture; 35 quarter, sections In • Ransom and . adjoining counties. Write for prices. J. Lowry, 715 Phoenix building. 614 ACRES. - ONE SOLID SECTION, Wright county, facing fine large lake; wild 'and, covered with grass and timber; good soil; land rolling, free and clear; receiver a ■ale; will be sold low for cash. Also have 146 acre* five miles from Annandale. on smal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNpKE. PKICE TWO CENTS. DISCUSSING k REVISION Pending Business of Presby terian General Assembly. AN UNIMPEDED DEBATE Decks Cleared for Action Upon This Most Momentous Question. DESIRE OF THE* PRESBYTERIES Statistical Showing of Their Pref erence* In Relation to the Creed. Philadelphia, May 23.—The important question of revising the creed, which for the past two years has been agitating the Presbyterian church, came before the gen eral assembly to-day, and a long debate ensued. Last week the report of the spec ial committee on revision, of which the Rew Dr. Charles A. Dickey of thi9 city is chairman, was made the order for 9 o'clock to-day, with the additional condi tion that the discussion should not be in terrupted by other business until the com missioners had reached some definite con clusion. The committee was appointed by the general assembly at St. Louis last year. The controversy regarding revision has led to the formation of three groups among the 640 com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 May 1901

*y OUR BELOVED TAXES Conference on the Popular Subject Opens in Buffalo. CALLED BY CIVIC FEDERATION Pro*. SelUrman of Colombia Uni versity Enumerates Some of the Problems. Buffalo. N. V., May 23.—The conference OH taxation, called by the National Civic Federation, held in the rooms of the His torical society, was called to order by Professor Edwin R. A. Seligman of Col umbia university, general committee chairman, who introduced Mayor Diehl. The mayor welcomed the delegates and ex tended the freedom of the city to the visitors. Charles S. Fairchild .of New York, was called to the chair and pre sided at the opening session. Professor Edwin R. A. Seligiiiiiii delivered an ad ores* outlining the object of the confer ence. Among other things he said: The real problems with which we are called upon to deal are those of state and local taxation. They are the important problems for three reasons: First, because the local burdens greatly transcend in importance those of the nation; secondly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1901. SWELL GARMENTS :p /, - AT REDUCED PRICES. :: l ' jT^jff COLLET -AYE* JiffotZ^Z*' l^r earn* stm&t, A/rf^ \*7v p The end of the season is fast approaching and we fling these garments into the low price, hopper. If you have been waiting for bargains now is your chance. Garments fashionably cut and the best of fabrics. Silk Eton Jackets Tucked and Plain Taffetas, Renaissance ¥ / f\-C-C and Chiffon Lace Collars and Trimmings, */X IIT many high class novelties— 15.00 to 337.60.. /%J w Tailor? Made Suits We hare in odds and ends, broken lines, only one or two suits of a kind, in all about 50 suits, blacks, blues, browns, tans, etc., fine fab- ¥ / £~\-C£. rics, nobby styles, former prices $35.00 and *>£% I ITT $50.00—t0 close at /j& w* * Silk Skirts Our entire line of Street Skirts in taffetas, ¥ / {\-C~6. embroidered, tucked and lace effects, many -"/^ If T T rich garments, prices 825 to $85— to close at. / O Misses and Children's Jackets, Three-q...

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