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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

8 FIFTH ANNUAL Clearance Sale Cloaks '.- Suits ■ We have done a phenomenal business during the past four days of our Annual Clearance ; Sale, and yet we find ourselves overstocked. We offer phenomenal values in ;t • Cloaks, Suits, Waists, Skirts an r\ P lire You can Readily see that cost' dllCriLllo. has not been considered. ■ Jackets. i^^KET^.......575() | 820JACjvETS, (M O vow 4>/.jU | now $13.50 JACKETS, <£Q TC 825 JACKETS, <ti "C 00 now 4>°« ' " now $J.J»\JVJ $15 and $16.50 JACKETS, <Mn $35 and $37.50 <£1 Q 0 now ..:.;:.......:..... .....CplU JACKETS, now : $ 17'^ $40.00 and 842.50 JACKETS, .. .;. '^KS $24 5 0 Tailor-Made Suits. WALKING SUITS. VW-; \•':.; • $20 suits, ....sl2so|^n^ 50 SUITS» $24 SO 830 and $27.50 SUITS, &-[A CO 850 and $47.50 SUITS, $29 5"0 $40 and $35 SUITS, $1 9 5"0 SUITS up to $75, 45 0 | WALKING SKIRTS. - $ $7.50 SKIRTS, .....$5.00 fl&OO .^:...^..510.00 5510.00 SKIRTS, $7.50 $18.50 SKIRTS, " $12.50 n0w.... 4>/OU now:.: .............

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. — 2 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2, 1901. LEFT TO CONGRESS Solution of the Money Question in the Philippines. TWO PLANS ARE PROPOSED Coining a New Dollar and Adopting tUe L'ulted > lnii-s Currency System. ' ; /Saw York Sun Special Servlco ij Washington, . Jan. . 2.—The secretary of ■war has prepared another letter to con gress urging immediate action to relieve the,, monetary situation .'in the Philip pines by authorizing the adoption of the present' currency system of the United States or the coinage of a silver dollar to be substituted for the Mexican dollar, which is now the circulating medium. , There are arguments in favor of both plans. Sooner or later the money of the United States will naturally be adopted for all its colonies, and a good many think that it is best to endure at once whatever disturbance may be caused by a change of currency, because the longer it is post poned the more difficult it will be. Capi tal is going in, new enterprises are being established and old one...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

10 ■ 111111 n 1111 11 ii \+++m 4* ■'■: ■ Close Close ?+ 4- THE DAY'S RESULT To- Mon- + + day. day + + May wheat. Minneapolis.77% 7Ci4;+ + May ;-wheat, Chicago..... 77% . 77% + + May wheat, Duluth 78% 78% + + May.wheat, St. Louis... .76V& 77 -..-: + -■ May wheat. New Y0rk...83% S3Vs '+ : ■■Hlllllll > 1 I 111! !+++■ SLUMP IN WHEAT May Reached 79 Cents and Broke 1 1-2 Cents. . : ADVANCE WAS TOO RAPID Sentiment "Wan More Conservative on the Clone—Flax and Corn Markets. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 2. —May wheat, sold at 79c in Minneapolis this morning on a wild market. The opening was free from excitement and at prices about , l*ic higher than the noon close on Monday and-^c lower than the curb of Monday aft ernoon; There was hesitation for a half hour with the price running over a half cent range. Then the pit took fire and in two or three minutes the price moved up l*4o to 79c, dropping back to 78% c. Profes sional traders were a good deal mixed on the situation. They ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 2. 1901. Start the Year 1901 Right TROUBLE OVER LOBSTERS A TANGLE IX NEWPOI NlM.iXn ColoniutN Are Likely to Object to a New Convention Between Kng> laud and France. How York Sun Spmclal Smrvlcm St. Johns, X. F., Jan. —The French shore "modus vivendi" haY expired and . the new century finds France and England without any means whereby the lobster canning Industry of the western seaboard of Newfoundland can be amicably prose cuted by both the French and the British colonists., Hitherto the British naval offi cers possessed plenary, powers to compel the colonists, to refrain _,from interfer ence with the ; French banners, but hence forth every man "may do as he likes, and this is certain to provoke unending fric tion during the tuning season next spring and to bring the French", and English governments - into- serious disagreement if not actual'^conflict. .;?, - ..•' " The only means of .averting trouble is for the colony, to renew the modus vivendi or for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 January 1901

n LEAP YEAR FOREVER Girls Will Propose Marriage in the Twentieth Century. SOCIETY GIRLS FORM A CLUB Each Member ' Will Catch a ; Man Within a Year If She Can. Mmw York Sun Stfolml Smrvlom. Biughamton, N. V., Jan. 2.—A Twentieth Century club was formed by a score of society girls to advance the social inter ests of their sex, and especially to aid in forming and following ideas of greater so cial freedom among women. It is held that the customs of the last century, which forced all the courting on ths men, was not only foolish, but pecu liarly detrimental to women, and each member of the club pledged herself seri ously to propose marriage to some un married eligible man within a year. A section of the by-laws forbids certain modes of dresa, including corsets, and the object of the club is stated to be not to snake the coming woman more masculine, but to make her more womanly. Girls of eighteen or over are eligible for membership, and one of the obligations Is a pledge to do c certain...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKK^L. PBICE TWO CENTS. SUFFRAGE IN THE SODTH Democrats Are Against an Investigation. WRANGLE IN THE HOUSE ': • »t—- —; -^ Resolutions Are Offered to Look In to Negro Disfranchisement. FILIBUSTER BY THE D2MOCRATS They Make the Point of \u Quorum and Kill Time With Roll Calls. Wahslngton, Jan. 3. —When the house reassembled to-day after the holiday re cess, not more than seventy-five members ■were, present. It had been arranged that the reappor tionment bill was to be taken up. Mr. Olmstead of Pennsylvania offered as a matter of privilege a resolution reciting the alleged abridgement of the right to vote In Louisiana, Mississippi, South Car olina and North Carolina and instructing the committee on census to inquire into I the subject and report to the house. -Mr. Richardson of Tennessee, the mi nority leader, interrupted the reading to ask whether the resolution required unanimous consent. "It does not," replied the speaker. "It is offered as a matter of privilege."...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

2 of a proposition possessing considerable merit. Representative Cowherd of Missouri has introduced a bill in the house, which will be received with favor by every officer and private of the war with Spain. It au thorizes the secretary of war to prepare medals, to cost not more than $1 each, for every mau who enlisted for that war. The object is to provide some suitable insignia which may be worn on the lapel of the coat, somewhat after the fashion adopted by the G. A. R. in the use of its small bronze button. The secretary of ■war is himself to design the medal. If the Hopkins bill providing for the re apportionment of the country for con gressional purposes should become a law, it is believed that there will be consid erably less gerrymandering than ever be fore in the history of American politics. When the bill was introduced It provided. In section three, that each state should elect its congressmen from "districts com posed of contiguous territory." This has been the wording of...

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

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 3, 1901. IRON STARTS WELL Condition Is the Best ia Mills .and Steel Works. BLAST FURNACE SITUATION ' American Steel Works Made a Rec ord in li>OO for Export*— \ Rail Outlook. j Cleveland, Ohio, Jau. 3.—The Iron Trade Review says: The iron trade euters upon the new year With generally good prospects, though, as has been the case for some months, the out look for profits is better lor mills and steel works than for blast furnaces. This differ ence is emphasized iv the action taken ou ihe last day of the old year by Mahouing and Shenango valley furnace meu reducing wages, while in the Pittsburg district the leading producers of finished material have notified their employes that no change in wages will be made. How soon the good conditions that appear iv finished Hues will work back to the producers of pig iron is one of the things the new year must unfold. Blast furnace meu drawing their ore sup ply from the .Lake Superior region have had iv lyyy the rever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION * TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. J One copy, one month $0.55 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months • 2.00 One copy, one year.................... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 • I } Delivered by Carrier. :, , One copy, 4 one week........ 8 cents One copy, one month ....85 cents Single copy 2 cents T H E JOURNAL in publiaihed every ■ evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street * South, Journal Bulldinv,' Minneapolis, Minn. C.,J. BiHuon, Manager Eastern Adver- j tislng.; NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 8S Tribune ! building. ■. ; CHICAGO OFFICE— 3OB Stock Exchange building. - . CHAXGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers orderiug addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COMIX All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COIIi'JLAIM'S Subscribers will pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 3. 1901. 20th Century's First Opening BRACKETT'S New Grocery, 24 to 30 Fifth St. S. Grand Open ing Tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 4th, Coffee, Tea, Punch. Lunch served to all visitors from 2 to 6 p. m. Popular Music by Rossiter's First Regiment Band. Roses Given to the Ladies. Everybody Welcome. / Musical Program Beginning 2 P. M. March, "The Fortune Teller" ......... Herbert Overture, "Schauspiel" % .... Bach Selection, "The Burgomaster" ./..... Luders Intermezzo, "Salome" Loraine Waltz, "Princess Chic" ............. .Edwards Medley, Happy Home" ........ Yon Tizer Gavotte, " Dawn of Love" Bendix Selection, "A Runaway Gir1".......... Caryll Waltz, " You and You" ..... ....... Strauss Two-Step, "Mosquitos' Parade" .... Whitney . Mexican dance, " La Rose de Castells''. Reitcr Galop, " A Gay Soubrette"...;.... 4 .... Recker Opening Day Prices: Potatoes SSIL B>™ b.*? kp : 45c Asparagus Points X? flUili'i: Daala Bed, per ' -' ft. ! . t1n......:.|3C 8661S peck .... .....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

c CITY NEWS STRUCK A BROKEN RAIL C.; G. W. TRAIN TAKES THE DITCH Tbe.Bafcgage Car la Destroyed, but *'-' Sone'of the l'ai»eng«Ti Is Hurt. The west-bound passenger train on the Chicago Great Western road was derailed near Sargent, Minn., at 5 o'clock this morning. There were, eight cars and two engines in the train. A broken rail caused the derailment. of the second engine, which plunged off to one side, followed by all the cars. The baggage car was reduced to kindling wood and burned with ita contents, but none of the other cars turned over. Baggageman.Green was severely bruised and Conductor Healy and Green, the buffet car attendant, were badly shaken up, but none sustained dangerous. injuries. None of the passengers was injured. A wrecking train has been sent to the scene of the accident-, together with a special train to bring in the passengers, •who were due to reach Minneapolis at 2 p. m. . ■ A GIFTED COUPLE liUette and Her Huitband Scorch and ' Teach l.niiKiniue* Respectively....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

tfHXTRSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 3, 1901. VERXA 17c D*z. for No. 1 Selected Eggs. 18c™* 20c Lb. for good Sweet Roll Dairy Butter. 654 c Lb. for fancy California Peaches by the 25-lb box or by the single pound. 5c Quart for Saver Kraut. 13c Comb for Honey. lie Lb for full Cream Cheese. 20c Peck for good Baldwin Apples. 8c vJVr Pint bottle Chow Chow, plain mixed or GVrkins. 4c Lb. for Gloss Starch. 10c For 10-lb sack Corn Meal. 3&c Lb. for California Prunes. $1.00 For bushel box of Ben Davis Apples. 10c For large tumbler Strictly pure Jelly. Oranges Large fancy Lemons, doz .......... 10c Mexican Oranges, doz 15c Florida Oranges, doz . 25c Extra large Xavals, doz 30c Grape Fruit, each s@Bc Peerless Meat Market Halibut Steak 15c Salmon Steak 15c White Fish 10c Pike 10c Pickerel f 7c Grapples \ 7c Mountain Trout 10c I^arge Perch 8c Fresh Herring 4c YEBXA BROS. & CO. Fifth St. »nd Hicollei At*. THE WEATHER The Predictions. Minnesota— Porbably snow in north and generally fair in south p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

_8_ w ' '• '"' ran BMtO ffSfll hwoi El ' KOI *v ' HBfflfflH ' ■££& ' flpai -""' Anf ' JJwjWHiSm BBffllßflfiS ■ BBftEKBllBl " gSJmSiB THE NEW STORE MAfiittiKarc for priday selected at random from nUIIIUCIb the thousands of good things .. V. Linens- White Goods Rugs Cloak Department 3heetln B r_Unbleached 36 in. W^^f^^^!^': Lades' fleece-lined Wrappers, 7oyd. (quantity.limited).^*^P -V^^ B-tf^ .*H?---- •• ••• "f" Undernuslins--Corsets 95-»*»7.l»U anne| Blankets -- Extra ;° m r /U I Pv 1"16"1"!!^ 86 outlets,cheaper Eiderdown Flanncl-40 inches Gowns, Skirts Corset Cover* than fIJJJ ftffi Upwards wide, very heavy and fine, all C^mise^C^etß^etc^-. 1,000 ever 3HJ.UU LPwaras col our always lowest price ;" Handkerchiefs * Sm-S"": .: Wash (aads Neat hemstitched ; lawn, with some fringed * all £v.| tf||- | Qingham Shorts ,— r Standard "revere and herring bone corners/ around, value.. ■■m-PU | quality, all colors and checks, 5o quaUty. Special, *%* R ope Drap.rle.-fit any door I th 8c y ard...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 8, 1901. i ml WINE DEPARTMENT T> if n Iff nl ti'W rf :'iiM r ■||Mr I IMfl CIGARS, CORDIALS AND LIQUORS We Cure to Stay Cured Varicocele, Stricture, Con fflp^m Ifet tagious Btood Poison, Nerv- W '^8H ous Debility and all Reflex a 'S^dLdSS^ vPpl Complications and Associate f W I^l Diseases and Weaknesses of 1 AJSk HI/ en **V ur Electro" Medical HJa rL. ■W&d&>' Treatment, which Combines ■^A^^^^^^B^^^^ a^ the Curative Powers of both Medicine and Electricity. \ "sP^'lla^fittgßßwk j^-r- We want eTcrv man thus afflicted to hon '%&rLm, V" 'isffflw HaFfrlk. ~~ estly invest our special Eleetro-Med- J^g JTn S^mM^WZ*MW^^^ ical system o£ treatment. We invite in r■f 9™ S %^^^ggPP?^^£r* particular all who have treated elsewhere DOCTOR TOLSON without success, and all those whose cases _ ,__ . _, . _ y ._* , , have been abandoned by family physicians Special st» in Diseases of iTen. CoaMiltine aua so -, a experts. We will explain to ta.?l*tuta.St.^f^^rS^!'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

10 ONE MORE CENT OFF Wheat Breaks Sharply One and One-Half Cents. BUYING SUPPORT INADEQUATE Liverpool Did Xot Re*poud to the Holiday »Advance—General - l>o»alp. Close Close THE DAY'S RESULT To- Yes day, trd'y. May wheat, Minneapolis.76% 77% May wheat, Chicago 76% 77V4 May wheat, Duluth 77 \« 78% May wheat, St. Louie 75% 76% May wheat, New Y0rk...81% 82% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 3. —May wheat fluctuated on a range of l^so during the morning, with tendency to de cline prominent. The opening was at 77% C with a drop to 77c and then a rush up to 7Sc, and that closed the pyrotechuical exhi bition. Wheat dropped from 7Sc to 76% c, rallying to 77c after the unloading, which was quite thorough. Liverpool did not giv.e the hoped for support, closing only ** to higher following the holiday adjournment, and Antwerp closed lower. The support of fered was not adequate to sustain the ad vance. The professional element was in the main favorable to taking profits on long wheat and t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 3, 190 T. Advertising is a Good Thing LOOK TO HILL AS A MOSES Big New Yorker a Favorite of Flickertail Dems —As to Bryan and Grover. A short time ago. when Grover Cleve land, in an interview, told the democrats of the country what was wbat, Tom Klei nogel of Fargo, chairman of the demo '■ratlc state central committee, was quoted as giving vent to a fervent amen. It is a question, in this talk of reorganizing the democratic party, if Chairman Kleinogel really voices the sentiments of his party in -North Dakota. Tom and his executive com mittee were buried so deeply in the last election that almost any old way to them, other than the present, would be a relief. There ia an almost unanimous sentiment among the democrats of the flickertail state at present that Bryan has been given all the opportunity to walk on the White House lawn that he is entitled to, but for all that they are not in the least interested in Grover, whom they look upon as a bolter. Added to...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 January 1901

12 McLaughlin Prices Lower 2*lbcan C0rn.......... 6c 2=lb can Pea 5.......... 6e 3=lb can Tomatoes .... 7t f HftW-fhnw Cross & Black -Ofl(i: W-tfloW we 3 pint botwllß Q«llirA Ijee &' Perrin's, 1. piht 9R* vaUWObottles ................. £«ji Salad Dressing p r t keb e ut 25c WITH 2 OF XXXX COFFEE AT 15c FEE lib. lIBOP XXXX COFFEE 13 GIVEN FOB. NOTHING. This is done to show the trust that Mc- Laughlin's XXXX coffeo cannot be kept from the people. The XXXX Sale is at 726 Nicollot Aye. as well as at | No. 9 South sth St., and will be extended to as many places as the demand re quires. With every pound of our 25c and 30c Coffee, which is the best possible, we sell 98 lbs Pillsbury's tfi AC Best f0r.... $Usv 20 lbs Granulated <M AA Sngar for «pl."v Potatoes, 2Z r per bushel ........... ««Jv W.F.McLaughlinSC®. No. 9 South sth St. BALDWIN^ BOAT Arctic Explorer Bays the Steam T- Whaler Ksiiuimaux. If etc TorkSun Special Service London, Jan. —■Professor Evlyn B. Baldwin, who is to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAUS PKICE TWO CENTS. ST. PAUL THE SENSATION Rumors Send the Road's Stock 'Way Up. GREAT NORTHERN DEAL . Close Relations With the Erie to ' Extend Coal Market.. " - -.-■ : : • £^ BEARS ARE ROUTED IN WALL £ S Yesterday's Drop la Xow Believed to « lie 31erely a Shrewd bull Mauueuver, New York, Jan. 4. —The sensational ad vance in the common stock of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kailroad company iv Wall street" to-day was accompanied by a 1 report that the road is to -be leased by the Great Nortnern and Northern Pa cific companies on a guarantee to pay St. Paul shareholders 1^ per cent on the common stock. It was also reported that the Erie was to have close' relations with the Great Northern-Northern Pacific combination with a view to enlarging the eastern com pany's market for anthracite coal. It was further said in. Wall street that knowledge of such a combination as above outlinedwas what prompted the purchase of the Pennsylvania Coal company by the Eri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAy^ PRICE TWO CENTS. ST. PADL THE SENSATION Rumors Send the Road's Stock 'Way Up. GREAT NORTHERN DEAL Close Relations With the Erie to Extend Coal Market BEARS ARE ROUTED IN WALL VeHtertlay'M Drop I« No\» Believed to , Be Merely a.Shrewd Ball Manoeuver. New York, Jan. 4.—The sensational ad vance in the common stock of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad company iv Wall street to-day was accompanied by a report that the road is to .be leased by the Great Northern and Northern Pa cific companies on a guarantee to pay St. Paul shareholders 6^ per cent on the common stock. It was also reported that the Erie was to have close " relations with the Great Northern-Northern Pacific combination with a view to enlarging the eastern com pany's market for anthracite coal. - It was further said in. Wall street that knowledge of such a combination as above outlined was what prompted the purchase . "of the Pennsylvania Coal company by the j Erie. lES BIG BUlrl. DAY X...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

B and the banks of the lake, making It really unsanitary when thawing out iv the spring. Dr. J. W. Penberthy, another Calhoun boulevard resident, who signed the peti tion, said: ••It is a downright shame to see one of the beauty spots of Minneapolis so despoiled. It Is: to the Interest of every on© In Minne apolis to see that it is preserved. 1 do not want to see. a hardship inflicted «ii anjt one, and as the companies have begun their ■winter's work i and have money invested iv their plants,' it might not be just to stop the work this winter. But eventually it must stop. The sentiment of the whole commu nity must aroused against it. Still Another Menace. According to Mr. Ewing, owner of tho dock, the park board has also endanger*-*! the level of Calhoun. They have an out let into Harriet to catch the overflow ifrom Calhoun. separated froni the watt-r's edge by only a few feet of rovks and mud. This outlet is over a foot below the' lake level, and the water Is seeping through into i...

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