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

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1901. KING EDWARD m '■ Speculation Regarding His • Action in the Future. WHAT HE SAYS OF HIMSELF ; Where He Has Found His Happiness His Court and "So- -' ciety."." London, Jan. 23.—"Wi1l Edward VII. lie a king in fact, as George 111. tried to be, or will he be content to leave the reins of government in the hands of his min isters and play a purely ornamental part?" is the question everywhere asked to-day. Will he continue to be the easy-going man that he has been all these years, or will he surround himself with <'that divin ity which doth hedge a king" and adopt new manners? Much depends on the an swer to these questions, and, while opin ions may be formed regarding the prob able answer, no man can say with cer tainty what that answer may be. One thing can be said, however, and that is that the great bulk of the English people have great confidence in their com ing sovereign. They know that he is a man of great tact, and, knowing that, they have f...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

1 THE JOURNAL ' LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, H MANAGER, ■>>, EDITOR. '" » . 'I THBjJOUHX A X is published f every j evening, - except -i Sunday, iat 47-49 Fourth Street South,! Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ; C. J. Billson, Manager-Eastern Adver tising. „\ ;•;';; "„•: ; ' V' - , -', '.■■ -5 NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87. 88 Tribune ; building. \ ■ ' CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. , SUBSCRIPTION TKRMS 'Tayable to The Journal Printin* Co. ■ - Delivered by Mail. -,-■' '\ " ' One copy, one month ...."..,\'......i'.• $0.35 : One copy, three months ... .^.. ♦*.....:. 1-00 One copy, six months 11.\.7..V..■.'.:. 2.00 - One copy, one year .-..-.....".. 4.00 Saturday, Eve. edition, 20 to pages. 1.50 . Delivered by Carrier. > One copy, "one week 8 cents One copy, one •m0nth...........i. 35 cents Single . copy 2 cents * CHANGES OF ADDRESS - - ' Subscribers ordering addresses of their : papers changed must always give s their former as well as present address. <. COM'IM'E...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUAEY 23, 1901. NEW PACIFIC CABLE British Line Is to Be in Working Order July 31, 1902. FROM VANCOUVER TO AUSTRALIA Toll From England Will Be 73 Cents a, Word and From Vancouver 4!> Cents. New York, Jan. 23.—A special to the Tribune from Washington says: Consul Genera! Bray at Melbourne, Australia, has informed the state department that the postmaster general of Victoria has ac cepted the bid for laying the Pacific cable at a cost of $5,735,567, the installation and surveying to cost $992,766 extra. The cable is to be in working order by July 31, 11*02. The Australian section com prises cables from the New South Wales and New Zealand coasts to Norfolk islands and thence to Fiji. The other section will be from Fiji to Fanning island and thence to Vancouver, li C It is expected that this cable will materially reduce .the charges to the United States. The length of the cable ova" this route, allowing 10 per cent for "slack" actually used, will be 7,986 nautical ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS TO THE INAUGURATION • ROOSEVELT MARCHERS WILL. GO Special Train With St. Paul Hough Rider*—Minstrel Show* Will Help. ' " RThe Minneapolis Roosevelt Marching club has decided to go Ito Washington to participate in the inauguration parade on March 4. To raise necessary funds the club will give an elaborate minstrel and musical show on two evenings in Febru ary, and these will be made social events. The club has a large amount of talent in its membership and first class entertain ments will be offered. The show is in the hands of Thomas Ingersoll; Phil Brooks, John Shaw, A. W. Morris and Dr. C. W. Bachman. The club will engage a special train to Washington jointly with the St. Paul Rough Riders and each organization -, will have its own drum corps. The offi . cers of the Minneapolis Roosevelt club . are: W. W. Heffelfinger, president; Eu gene If. Stevens, treasurer; George K. . Belden, captain, and Bewail D. Andrews, secretary. Chairmen of committees are: ,' Thomas Ingersol...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUAKY 23, 1901. YERXA Potatoes SBSSft!?! 48c Butter £55 16c 18c 20c ESma Separator 00*' rlnß Creamery, lb ; LOG Cheese K.^:.^.!".!! 1!:.... lOe Cabbage "£&....... ..Ik Rutabagas peck.....;............ 5e Carrots peck. L 9c Beets i-eek 1..... Sc Persian Dates u> Ie 'Prunes £ Uf?^. .....3k Peaches Sf^g^^Bc Apples &*!??: ........8c Ruby Prunes i* ilk Apricots Lb... He Strawberries sa.;.. 9* Raspberries H3ES&: 8c Catsup \S& 12k Pickles 8c PlckleS EnSlsh Style ■■"■■■ lie Carnation Sterilized Cream The very T BEST article that can be manufac tured. ■ Can Is extra large slxe. Price IA 1 _ very; 10w..V-..;.V^.. I ft 26 Coffee Save gooa money on- eoffe3 here—Fancy IC m. Kioand Santos ib... ; .IBC Kobal Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; it cannot be matched at other stores An. unless you pay 35c; our price &£C Hoffman House X : pleases qj£ : per pound Www Regan's Cafe SVidc 40c TofiC Japan, QBl» lb , I vaa from v v« up Minarda a fine blend C...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

8 Mclaughlin 9 Sooth sth Street. ANOTHER DROP With every, pound of 25c or 30c COFFEE— fca Granulated Sugar - - - 50c OR 12 Cans Sugar Corn - - - 50c OR Pound Sack Best Flour $1.90 f: OR Other Groceries Equally Cheap. Jft 5 lbs XXXX to one customer we give ibs Granulated Sugar Free! This is the famous Coffee the Minneapolis Jobbers kept from the Retail Gro= cer for 3 years by refusing to sell him groceries if he carried it in stock. When we started the (grocery to sell XXXX to the people direct, the Jobber saw his mistake, and now we have made the Retail Gro cers our friends by making them independent of the Jobbers, and soon XXXX will be again in all the stores, for sale to you, and we shall quit keeping Grocery. So buy while you can at No. 9 Sloth sth St., W.F.McLaughliniCt. The Largest Roasters of Fine Coffees in the World. NIGHT FIRE AT MADISON FOUR BUSINESS HOUSES TAKEX Flames Attacked the Ea«t Side of Main Street, but Were Bea t ten Off. Special to The Journal. Madison, Minn., ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVEOTNa JANUAEY 23, 1901. The Woman's Choice. Will She Choose Dr. Experi ment or Dr. Experience? Put the question plainly to any woman: Will you choose the experienced or the experimenting doctor? and there's no doubt about the answer. What woman wants to be the subject of experiments, to drag out weary months whjle the unskilled practitioner vainly tries various medicines, and charges the sick woman liberally for his experimental failures ? Yet willing or unwilling a great many women have to go th rough] ust such an ordeal. Their disease baffles the local physician. He tries all he knows to effect a cure and fails. Sometimes this goes on for months, sometimes for years, the woman meantime suffering daily torments. Perhaps the difference between the ''doctoring'" of experiment and experi ence cannot be better shown than in the following statement: "For seven years I was confined to bed most of the time," writes Mrs. M. P. Davis, of Honaker, Russell Co., Va. " I had four do...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

10 FREE EXHIBITION Foreign Paintings. You are respectfully invited to attend an exhi bition of HIGH-CLASS FOREIGN PAINTINGS now being held at the Bintliff Art Galleries, 417 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH. By Mr. Edward McDonald, of New York and Paris. Among the artists represented are the works by the following well known masters: J. B. Corot, Paris. G. Vidal, Rome. E. Verbeckhoven, Belgium A. Ciratelli, Rome. W. E. Norton, R. B. A. A. Coradino, Rome. A. Deßreanski, R. B. A. A. D. Beaurigard, Paris. Bernardo Hay, Venice. " V. Armodia, Naples. Charles Craig, A. N. A. C. H. Dorion, New York. Harvey Young. W. H. Crane, London. PETIIGBEWTHE MAN Pen Picture of the Retiring Senator From South Dakota. TAKES HIMSELF TOO SERIOUSLY Hli Career In the Senate—A Tireless \\ urkt-r-WUat of Hl* Future?. Special to The Journal. Washington, Jan. 23.—What a saving sense of humor does for a man, and es pecially for a public man, engaged in the daily and almost hourly antagonisms of opinion and of interests, i* mu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

JVEDXEBDAY EVEM'> 2:1, ,11)01. 39th Semi-Ar.nual R^ed^Gition Sale. ■ The fWfMO«tS« ■ _ * _ r ■ ' *V——^——■—— ——■ ii, ji, ■■in ,v* ■ f - SHOE NEWS >s Xews of two sorts —of regular shoes that are uninatch able and special shoes of values unapproachable. I '1 » v'lllLii iIULHa." substantial, stylish— not equaled by any shoes at their price. . . •*■» •*•« «* box calf; lace, kick cut; S3. Walking ■*•«• of Judskin; broad soles, square heels, 13. House shoes of flee kkiskin with light tamed *©!«•* and neat heels; tare: $3. Wsnen's party slippers, made from new patent raroane calf skin: XL '.Shoes for every occasion in styles to suit try fancy, and in «i«s varied * enough to fit any normal foot. ' This stirring special news today : Women's 53.50 Shoes at $1.10 Men's $3.50 &$4 Shoes 52.50 The high cut I***? boots, either light ' 645 pairs Men's heavy winter Shoes, or heavy soles, a medium- , » some are leather-lined, all are Vici Kid Lace Shoe, regular | new, this season's shoes, vi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

12 THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT TRUTH. Hundreds of Clergymen Praise Paine's Celery Compound. When, several years ago, New York's great Presbyterian minister made the pub lic statement that it was due to the use , of Paine's celery compound that, after a winter of exhausting work, lie was able to Cfcrry on his duties through the enervating springtime v.ith unusual ease aud com fort— And when, a little later, the learned Bishop of Burliugtun, Bishop Michaud, published an indorsement of this great I remedy, savins: "Hoping that my words j may inspire those readers who n- J health and strength with faith to try Paine'a celery compound and prove to themselves its worth"— When, about the same time, the public ] statement was madj by the superintendent j of the largest Woman's Christian Asso- ' eiation in the country that "those who ' have been taking Paine's celery compound are greatly benefited and desire to con tinue its use"— When the Rev. J. G. Laird of London, ! Ont., wroto io tte propr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVEOTNGf, XWTOARY 23, 1901 LEFT TO DIE ALONE Brutal Murder of an Officer by the Filipinos. ■ ________—_ ' BURIED WITH JUST THE HEAD OUT Food In Placed Before Hint Juut Oat of Hla Heach and Me Starve*. New York Sun Special Servian Richmond, V&., Jan. 23.—Jn a letter to Luther E. Cheatwood of this city, Clar ence Warner, formerly of Richmond, now quartermaster sergeant of Company A, Twenty-seventh United States volunteers in the Philippines, gives a graphic ac count of the murder of one of the United States officers. He says: The Ladrones are still keeping up their trade iv various portions of the island, and only a few weeks ago City Engineer Wilson of Manila, who was also superintendent of the waterworks, was murdered by Ladrones in the middle of the day and robbed of about $1,800 iv gold. He was ou his way to our station to pay oft the employes at the pump ing station aud had refused a military escort. All the Ladrones concerned in the murder, eight In number, have si...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

v WHEAT GAINED A FRACTION BUT WAS DULL Liverpool Adjournment Made the Feeling Conservative as to Export Trade. LOCAL CASH MARKET IS ACTIVE Bradstreet E»tlmate» a VUible "De crease of 2,222,000 Bu.—Gen eral Xevra of the Market*. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 23. —Wheat dragged all morning. The market held quiet and steady around yesterday's close and showed slight variation up to noon. In Liverpool business was suspended. There was an early cable showing Liverpool nomi nally %d lower, but no trading, and an ad journment followed. Paris closed wheat %@ ttc lower, and flour 20@25c lower. Receipts at northwestern points were 253 cars, against 317 last year. The market was featureless and dull everywhere. Minneapolis had a sat isfactory cash'business, but demand in other markets was quiet, and with Liverpool closed there was no export inquiry worth noting. Tile probability of Liverpool suspending busi ness for several days was additional ground for conservative feeling. Some long...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 23. 1901. Df} A/fifi t^f^f^fl i~fof*ttt D H^fe^ Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and M^fXj J^ Ota 1 %^CI%J ti/tr/il • IJ^K 7 seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising M.Mil IS It O. •BUSINESS CHANCES DRUG STORE FOR SALE— SOUTH DA kota: have one of the best all-around, general <lrug and prescription trade in state: located in first-class stock and farming country; crop failure-never known; no dead stock- busi ness well established; $2,300-cash takes it, or invoice. Only stock in town or 350. Ad dress X 838, Journal. - PARTIES " OPERATING "IN GRAIN*, PRO" vislons or stocks should call or write us. Telephone 3546 Main. ■ Now is the opportu nity. George H. Dodge Co., members Cham ber Commerce, 324 3d st S. * . FOR SALE— ESTABLISHED AND good paying general «tore; a live city on Great Northern railroad; capital required, about 810,000. Address T 838, Journal. FOR .SALE— SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, BARN, three lots and. meat market, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

16 THE WELLS CLOTHING HOUSE /^^^^^SV s"'°**5 *'«"»"•'""•• XZS *•**»«>*»**<*.**** this seems strange, but truth is mighty. 9170 -s?ffcxiT»"D^ arnprr>p / ... - . „,.M > /arFrff • y^^ HALALc CLUinING HOUSE CO. ■ 0/0 x&UlSjtiJt&X oJ.££iJbiJtaA. ' ■ _ jl®;* "■ ': 1 j^^^^^^^tM^lMi'^!S^^^mi 's^^3^ ' :'':- ■■"■ ■■'■■ " ' '■' ' »■',;. W II IV B ■ ofe P 1 /tit ■■■ AA U A "Pi Hs^^TA J^^S^y^^mi X\ c are compelled to accept your ' H^^^ bB WH WWbBMI SB 'BSPmBI BhMB ■ ' /0H» BM^SB flS'lvß* JHpVB H0 - £Sh fcy^rTli -* H B^^B M &^^^U Stir WrT &(E3m B m^F^B^^FJ^ H • " ~ *'*-■ ' ' ' ''-•"'' "'■ ■'""■■ .'" '.' '* ** *' '' ■*":■■• ' jr .T ( ; r .",' ill II & rOfl A JavStt Im^Jßlmmflßllßw/fWffßi/MfSiA 4m] offer, as you are the only house making us a spot EM I iilg %1 I Ulf 11 A I l|g^^ c«iipn,pas///oii. //,„/. Uftry tflP IT© If II IIP lIBJgS mo* be kept strict* conn. .^//f//j^ M ,.._-i, Biw inh^h yon |^^ m^BaaBSBB^^KBm w^B Km U BfSB BK M k BWLmStt iff JF m £k±\7 wZ&^ '"...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

■l ii a m\ " m ' ■•p'w 'm^ Am"'" MB "^^. If ~^j^. V B mm] A ' '___ "*^_h_ _#"' ■ 'Hi urn _/ M>a*\tf "M _/"™^^. ' ___ "*_F"' im 11^ k«M « JiL^l'ti^iM^ FRIGE TWO CENTS. GREAT WAR OF MILLIONS Carnegie and Rockefeller Are Lining Up. ITS EFFECT WORLD WIDE * ... The Two Practically Control the Iron Industries. SOME DISCREDIT THE REPORTS They See In the Rumors Nothing but a Move for Stock ••Rluctnic." Maw York Sun SnoclafSorvlca. New .York, Jan. 24.— opening guns of what threatens to be a battle -whose effects will be felt around the globe, have been fired by two men who practically control the iron industries of the world. The steel war between Andrew Car negie, with.s3oo,ooo,ooo behind him, and John D. Rockefeller, wielding the awful influence of $1,000,000,000, 7is apparently on. It will be a battle of financial giants such as 1 the world has never before seen. The indirect cause of.the war cropped out a year ago, when Andrew Carnegie pocketed $1,000,000, which Henry C. Frick had put...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

A r months before he returns to Duluth to en gage: in the active practice. of law. His health has been fully restored, and so he will not spend any time at Hot Springs, Va.. as he had7originally planned. Between 1896 and 1900 Towne was a knight errant in the cause of free silver, going up and down the land continually, talking Bryanism. He/is through -with this kind of work, which was very dis tasteful in some of its phases, and Im posed many, personal* and business 'incon veniences. He will in the years now at hand devote - himself; to making some money. His prospects are excellent. He already has an attorneyship paying - a handsome fee and in aditlon he has con siderable-general business on hand to em ploy all his time from the . moment he leaves, the senate. In the, near future he will write a series of articles for Bryan's Commoner under a promise he made Bry an some time ago. t ' '. " This morning Mr. Towne appeared 'be fore the senate committee and made an extended argument in...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 24, 1901. ——M^MB -»-M--l--m-_-MB^^MHBBM-lia_MWMaBBBIM-MB-B--B i i ' li ill Vi miTs^!?^ Olson's Big Store. Meat Sale. Meat Sale. 1 Meat Sale. SANITARY MEAT DEPT. ._.£!"" PRESENT STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT REGARDLESS OF SACRIFICE TO MAKE ROOM FOR HEW STOCK These Offerings for Friday and Saturday }SSaiSSS^^mft t Pure Home Made Lard. 7fe Pork Cuts per.lt) ..:.i'...:l.:mmzO 3,5 arid 10-lb. Palls. Pig Pork Loins, per 1b....Y.... 9c 3-pouudpail - * • •*„ Pig Pork Butts, per lb ..7. •• .Be* / Sugar-Cured Hams.. t^^g^^iKiv^SS' Pig Pork Shoulders ' f^-'^M Sugar.Cured Picnic Hams,- gl ft pound pail .-...............7.85 c Special Cat Prices On Salt. Fish. <^«*t^yyy»y^u^yy -*.*■ \ m^yy Beef Cuts perpiece.'...so.lOc 15c ougar Cured medium Hams, AI A dv „ m « a -it, « - %-. . ,r ,-^ . ._ *, ■-„..■- - per lb Cl*© Hil> Boiling Beef, per lb ....3c Herring, -Halibut, Anchovies, Stur „fe v' 7* '••' •'•• * . pot Roast, pet lb .V... sc, 6c, 7c geon, Luteflsk, Codfish, etc.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, j J. S. McLAIN, • manager. | editor. V . Hanna's Strange Persistence .. The persistence with which Mr. Hanna continues to urge the ship subsidy bill upon the senate, and the stubborness with; which he resists . the consideration of other matters of great importance until that bill- is disposed of,* is subjecting the! confidence of ' the public in the chairman of the republican national committee to a pretty severe strain. Here is a measure for which there is no general public demand, which seems to have been born out of the . embarrass ments of the International Steamship company, whose line has not been a great financial success; which gives much the largest share of its benefits to that company, whose president is an Intimate friend of Mr. Hanna, and when In Washington almost constantly asso ciated with him; a bill which, in its original shape, conferred no benefit of an appreciable kind upon the foreign trade of the country, and which, even in its amen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

;THURSDAY EVENING. JANUAKY 24, 1901. Established 1882. The liIYMOUTH Correct Dress from Heatdto Foot. lj Bargairy Fridav-y j I Bargain. Friday i v - . ... . ... - ■„ >-,■:. --{jsm-) * High Grade Clothing, reduced in many ._■.';•. -$3p•; cases to cost and in others to much less fHigh Grade Clothing, reduced bar cases to cost and in others to much less than cost, affording extraordinary bar tS-SBr gains that are impossible at any other |j{£|js&^ establishment in the Northwest. 7* 7 ■bß^'^-HL"^ 1 We offer some of our best selling suits In nobby iP__S*___«6-^^*^ tweeds, fancy worsteds, black and blue French worsteds fey^J^rsj and cheviots, have sold formerly at $14 and $£} 50 $15; now J* JffiEjfjpijl Small lots of our best selling Overcoats and Ulsters. F-' Tili^ in all lengths, plain and fancy linedsome with silk InH^ yokes. They have sold as high.'as $20; $£1.50 kf TBTS» Suits and. Overcoats, 33, 34, 35 sizes, that have «.' . .^^r ' been sold from- $8 to $12. It will pay you to...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Watch for Smallpox—The Minneapo lis health department'has been asked.by'Sec'-* retary Bracken of the state board of .health! to keep a sharp > lookout against sftalipc*' coming Into the city from Champlin and? the territory about Anoka. Anoka has quaran- , tined -. against Champlin. "-^7' Lieutenant Fitchette Now — "Cof fee" John Fitchette,'court officer at the^ltfu^;' nlclpal court, fe and holding the rank of s'er genat, has-been promoted to be a lieutenant. He remains on duty at the courthouse. Olson ..Not Known — Chief * Ames re ceived "a " telegram-from' the 1 Chicago police ? last night stating that Charles Marks, alias R. N. Olson, was under arrest on a charge of arson, preferred in. Minneapolis. The de partment knows-' nothing of the charge ana has so wired.the Chicago authorities. "•»■•«• AVilliam Connors" William Con nors, one of the; best known old-time horse men of the city, Is reported as being In a precarious condition at the city hospital. Mr. Connors is...

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