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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

»_•-, frarmsDAY EVENING. January 24, 1901. YERXA We are systematic Money- Savers for our customers. . •,. 1111 _?er lb for Best Rolled Oats. Sale limited 10 lbs to customer. > : 77Y48c". ' For full 60-lb bushel of Potatoes. Lb for best Solid 'heads Cabbage. 5c | Per peck for Rutabagas. 3&c Lb tor California Prunes. 8c 'Lb for Evaporated California Peaches. 9c Lb for fancy Pears. 5c Lb for Persian Dates. 10c . Lb for real fine mild Cheese. Carnation Sterilized Cream The very BEST article that can be manufac tured. Can Is extra large size. Price I*3- _% very low t .......:..:.:........ ■__2w Mayflower Butter," ffi&ttS Ing Minnesota famous as a Butter state. It has j brought first honors to Minnesota ln a large number of contests. The latest it brings is a Gold Medal, the highest prize from the Paris | Exposition, i Our price, per pound, 9 __ reduced to -.;.. luv Good Dairy per ibr I6ciße 20c Coffee Fancy Santos and 0:.. ISc Fancy p«u> loc E) filial Mocha and Java blend, ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

8 WHEAT MOVED SLOWLY BUT GAINED 1-2 C Market Was Quiet and Dull : Early, y~ . Firming Up Toward the 7 7 ' Close. * LIVERPOOL IN PART SUSPENDED Clearances Were Heavy, and Lighter Northwestern Receipts Made the Feeling; Firmer. 1 -. . ♦ Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce,, Jan. 14.— was another day of quiet wheat trade, with a market almost without life ac times. The dullness here was in line with foreign advices. Traders are hoping for a renewal of Liverpool activity to bring back export Inquiry and give the market the stimulus of which we had a' sample early in the week. Whether this will work about or not -will be seen later, but there was no inspiration. to be drawn from Liverpool to-day, as business there is ln a state of partial suspension. Ca . bles were unohanged to %d ; lower. Paris closed, wheat, %c off, and flour 10 to 20 cen times lower. In the domestic hews nothing was developed *of sufficient weight to force activity. , Minneapolis May opened practical ly unchanged at 74% c...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1901. r "_SF>_ ■ rf ' J "ml' ' — ''"'-sWv f r\+lm.^~'; *3y :J^-Yr .-.'sit' :~m.^£2yy. -tF~m^-.L^y*/ii; _/_ jr • 7' ■ Dll \ZfaSH Vftficl thk^tri P f^SS^ Others do ana will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and &_J?\J j \J$J[ . I %s7CiLi LI Id 11 © iJBR? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising BIG BLAZE IN MONTREAL LOSS IS FOUR MILLION DOLLARS Fire in the Wholesale District De- stroys the Board of Trade Banding. . - Montreal, Jan. 24.— most disastrous fire that Montreal has witnessed for years started soon after 8 o'clock last night In M. Saxe & Son's wholesale clothing es tablishment. St. Peter and LeMolne streets in the heart of the wholesale business sec tion, and before midnight a whole block of business buildings bounded by St. Peter street, 'St. Sacrament, St. Nichols and St. Pauls streets including the board of trade building, valued at over $4,000,000, was in ruins. Over a dozen big wholesale estab lishments with. the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 24 January 1901

10 WEAK AND NERVOUS WOMEN MADE STRONG AND WELL BY DR.GREENES NERVURA Woman's life is a tragedy. ;Itis a succession of defeats. Through ignorance " the ; first experiences of womanhood i are encountered without the , slightest Y£:; __^A*» * _-._t preparation, and the nerves receive their first W^^ mMm jj£ -. m T_Tftpfc -**w» l__l^gM ■ I^BBwi Nothing is done to relieve this young woman. W__-E_-___l —'7- r ' ;-^a No one seems to possess the knowledge which H_n_^EMy^^-^. *W aid her" The fami*y physician makes light ByKfl_gi Bfi^p^H^ jC °-! -ier troubles and tells her that all women ..- m^mS^kW,/j^C have them. She is a beautiful girl and should 5» ' Jrfkm. make a beautiful woman. Her disposition is Wm%W^^^sS^f^^^- bL. sweet, her form and movement full of |ttßpnMHp &_jßß"* iC^^ffi^W Srace' Yhy can she not retain these |IT^ V^sL $^JTr every shock they receive leaves WLwf^f^) •n * .>"^w_ ~JrY^ itS mark on *ace or orm or dispo- I- ma&wS&f^ C^^^^^A^^L sition ~?®ne'rally on all-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNA& PRICE TWO CENTS. BIG RUBBER FACTORY HERE Plan of Several Local Capi talists. SCHEME TAKING SHAPE ; Officials of a Local Company Push ing the Deal. CAPITAL IS TO BE $500,000 The Advantages of the Location of Such un Enterprise Here Are Admitted. A big rubber factory will be established in Minneapolis. It will probably be lo cated on the East Side and will be under ! way within a few months, if the plans of a half dozen capitalists do not miscarry, : It is said that the ,W. S. Nott company will be largely interested in the new con- | cern which will enter the local field with no less an ambition than to control'the: entire market of the northwest, clear to j the Pacific coast. I W. S. Nott and Fred H. George, the vice : president and general manager of the W. Nott company, are at present in New j York, and it is surmised that their busi- • ness there at this time is in connection ' with the proposed factory. The splendid inducements offered by i Minneapolis...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

2 ORDER OF WRECKERS Mrs. Nation Says She Will Organ ize a Society of Women. PRAYERS, SONGS AND HATCHETS She Gets 1 No Help In Hope—She Goes Without Breakfast, Fearing Poison. ' . V Hope, Kan., Jan." 25.—Mrs. Carrie Na tion, whose crusade of destruction against • the saloons has made her the terror of •the Kansas "jointists," arrived at mid night from Enterprise, determined to at tack the two saloons in Hope as she had : those at Wichita and Enterprise. i But no committee of temperance work . ers met her at the depot. Instead, a crowd of men and boys jostled one another to get a glimpse of the saloon-wrecker. Mrs. Nation pushed her way. through the crowd to an omnibus, and was driven to a hotel. The crowd' ran after the vehicle and thronged the hotel office to see her, but made no attempt at assault. ' Mrs. Nation this morning announced that she had decided not to damage the • saloons here because she was alone. She refused to eat breakfast because she 7 feared being poisoned, and, i...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 25. 1901. NEW FEDERAL JUDGE 7 Senate Committee's Favorable Re . port on the Davis Bill* IN MINNESOTA AND NEBRASKA 'The United State* Postal Service the ! Beat in the World and the Moat Expensive. . -f Special to The Journal.. Washington. Jan. 25.—Every attorney in i Minnesota will be Interested directly in the report which was made to the senate re -7 cently of the Davis bill to provide an ad * ditional federal judge for Minnesota. 'It 2 had been the very general Impression that : the bill was not to come up at this session . of congress, but was to go over until next s winter, when the judiciary committee is to .: redlstrict the entire : country for federal .' court purposes. This was the understand ing of Senator Davis before his death, for he told me so. It was the understanding j I also of various -members of the Minnesota '- house delegation, and the favorable report : of.. the - bill, here at.' the fag > end -of , the : fifty-sixth congress, comes so...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

mi THE JOURNAL i LUCIAN SWIFT, I ~ J. S. mcl_iin,: ? •ti MANAGER. "• I» EDITOR.7 ," THE JUtKK.I,- Is published ■every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 - Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blllaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. ;VY'Y " SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.85 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 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week .' 8 cents One copy, one month... '.. 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS y Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers-changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED ~~ All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers will please notify th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY' EVENING. JANUARY 25. 1901 Books Books Books SPEC SAL SALE SATURDAY Special sale on the best Fiction of the day at prices that will suit you all. Books quoted below are copyrights and usually sell at 98c to $1.18, and these are cut price. We are going to sell these handsomely bound books at popular prices. Under The Red Robe, illustrated by Stanley J. Weyman A. Caleb West. Master Diver ..by F. Hopklnson Smith . The Celebrity! , by F. Winston Churchill Soldiers of Fortune. by Richard Hardin*. Davis The Manxman. ........by Hall Calve — : — The Choir Invisible ....by James Lane Allen : " The Forest Lovers .by Maurice Hewlett Tha sorrows of Satan by. Marie Corelli The Prisoner of V.V.'.V.V. '.'." "'.by Anthony Hope *«"* CHOICE A Lady of Quality by Frances Hodgson Burnett MfUII ET ' TUFV Phroso, illustrated by Anthony Hope .■™.™l^.- " ".*■-■. Tek1a...... .....' by Robert Barr |_I|ST Trilby, Illustrated by George dv M&urler *-f*i3 . fy. Dross, illustrated.... by Henry Seton Mer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Prises to . Poets—The 2 winners lof the prizes offered by the 1902 Gopher for the best three short poems are as follows: . First; Chester Firkins; second; Alice Dugan,-1 third, Vesta M. Cornish. The Martin Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Jean Martin Brown.who died Wednesday afternoon, will take place from the residence. 42i- University avenue SE, ' to-morrow at ■ 1 o'clock. Intimate friends of the family are invited. There will be 'no flowers. Enrollment Bedueed— prevalence of grip and the effects of vaccination have educed the enrollment for the spring term in the public schools. Although the enrollment is quite satisfactory, the most of the school principals regard it as still incomplete. —♦— Rounding Up "Suspects"—The police department is on a still hunt for all suspi cious characters found - loitering about the city. Several nights ago the South Side was rounded'up and all persons unable to give . account of themselves were detained as sus ■'■■ pects, . In the immediate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1901. YERXA V We are systematic Money " Savers for our ■ customers. RoSiod Oats toiB«/po"d 1.^'...1Jc Potatoes a5^^......,...488 I abbage'^a^L.......|Jc Rutabagas %$??: YSs Da «i alt a a California, Great B. ferGaSneS bargain, per 1b...... 06 Persian Dates SttSL 5c Brisk Cheese » P.?L. 10s ! Prunes ;5 a!?:^L......,:...3k Mayflower Butter JytuV^ 'Grand Prize at Paris Exhibition.... &0 S Good Dairy m:.l6elßc 20c Ginger Snaps »*?*!*:......5c Bananas ill 10c Coffee Fancy $&.!?.??...,.. 15c Robal 'a and Java blend, A m Hoffman House _?. ......... 38s Regan's :■}»££s 40s »TSc Nicollet House Jffi&fe 40c To A A Porcelain and Fired QE__ lb. and I Call Japan-. Owl upwards JeasS^ n:.....:......;...::....35eS Minarda a fine blend Ceylon and ninarua laduiea, n>. Due Peerless Market We Sell None but the Best. Fine Turkeys, per lb 10c Sirloin Steak ....................... 12^_c 7;Round Steak .....10c Rib Roaat 7.10@12_c 'Pot Roast , 8c Thick Boiling Beef ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

s - r "W 1 ' ip Men's Ulsters Our,entire remaining stocks at less than Cost to Make. .", '." ■ *„ - ..S'y y ''■'.'-■•' 1 ._ * . ' ;.'" f" -»7 Regular $12.00 %0 Genuine Irish Frieze In Ulsters if\ Brown, fancy Worsted To-morrow, for.. ** Lining. lp-morrow,7ior. -., .;. Regular $15.00 %\ _A Genuine\ Irish{Frieze, two and $16 Ulsters *I II shades of Oxford, fancy To-morrow, for.. :* 'V Worsted Lining. .' 10-morrow, lor.. -2" . • . Regular $18.00 JSi r\ Oxford Chinchilla, lined I Ulsters | J 7 2 throughout .with ~ fine. : To-morrow, for.. A** *er*' Regular $22.00 <jj *j P* Black and Oxford Chin- „ UlsterS II -^% chills, with silk shoulder : To-moVrow, for.. ±%J m^ l ''V9llaia* || Regulars2s.oo «i ::'£. Cft^"Wommbo" chincbuie, "' ///c//«pc'i^^' 1 WW*** silk shoulder and sleeve UlSiers, I jl lining, and worsted body To-morrow, for* 7^ lining. -; For the Boys o Boys' $15.00 $1 _A Fine Kersey in Blue *nd ' Overcoats, '111 Irish Frieze In Oxford To-morrow, for. AY Mixtures. Boys' $12.00 (...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1901. Chapman's Bth and Nicollet. Specials for Saturday. Orangts at Wholttali Prloes: Fancy Budded California Seedlings. 126 ln a box, • (tn mm Per OC__ per b0x.............. OLiLU d0z....40W ISOlnabox, (9 «1- Per Oft, per b0x....... v2i2o doz....£U& 216 In a box, An me Per IP. perbox dai&O d0z...:. IOC All Naval Oranges at Cut Prices. 7 Bananas price., d OZ |0i lit 20e Sweet Potatoes 10ib f ... 25t n.U. Fancy Persian, . . 7.y: p_. llaloS special, per 1b..:. ...Y..U® IfalSlnS package, 5pecia1'............. IU3 Ahvia«._i Fancy California, evap- IA. IBOIS orated, reg. lie, sp'l. lb IUC •age Cheese special.perm.. loc Pancake Flour special, perp^g. 8c Maple Syrup4oo, &p\ qt.'«ns...33c Tomato Soup If"^^™™'.... 7e f_fi#-»nn Monarch Brand, reg. lSc, IA. ValSUp special, per box IUC PbdlllD'S£&t- I2e Sweet-Relish Sl-SSw...l2c SUNNYSIDE. LOWRY HILL AND KENWOOD DELIVERIES—Our regular for Sunny side, Lowry Hill and Kenwood will leave our store promptl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

OT - _ Women's Depts. on Second Floor. ITHE PLYMOUTH B |^L^H_l_H_l_a_^_^_a_^_M_M_H_H_M_^_^_B_B_H_-_H_^M__-_^_H_B_H_B_H_^_a_H_l_M_£_?_-. ' ■ 1 | Jackets and Capes Ladies' Kersey, Boucle and Cheviot Jackets, strictly man-tailored arid »lined throughout with best of silk and satin, storm and coat collar also in this flj P^ f\ tT\ lot about 20 Golf Capes, 7 all . colors, M* *^ :*^W these garments never sold for less than -'■ a^jf $10, $12.50 and $15. Saturday ,':..[. ' v I Women's Fxirnishing Dept. I *. -.Just a sample of .the many good things we have for Satur day sailing: . *•• . ■ M C Ladies' Fur Top Lined Gloves— small lot of/Adler's $1.00 _Xjl C and $1.25 quality, brown and tan shades, pair ": ~ *"^ m**. Children's 1-1 and 2-1 Rib Black Cotton Hose, , two numbers |A_ that are "great wearers and plenty warm enough. .All sizes, pair. lyy • Children's Ecru and Silver Gray Fleeced Vests and Pantsa \^\/ at. small lot of our 25c grade, to clean up quick, each l_u/2C/ Millinery 7Wo have j...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 25. 1901. Further Reductions :.,, '■.•., '•••'y..:-.. Pre-inventory Prices. ff A/iCOLLET AYE. J/m^y^ L^r -CiEZH STREET /f/^ wfyfcr Blankets We have made further reductions in the price of Blankets, and any one needing them will never buy cheaper than now. Cotton warp... .10-4, former price. $3.75, $400, to close $2.50 ■"■}{ WOO 10-4, former prices $5.50, $6.00, to close 1 4.00 *!! Wooi •'- 104, former Prlc« $6.50, to close: ??.. ....'...... 4.50 , All wool.. 10-4, former price $7.50, to close ......-.?...Y 5.00 Cotton warp.... 11-4, former price $5.00. to close . V..".{.... ".vf3*4s Cotton warp.... 1. -4, former price $5.50, to close. ;..... 3.75 All w001... 11-4, former price $6.50, to close..; V.........".'. 4.50 7 All wool 11-4, former price $7.00, t0c105e...;..........-. 4.75 All wool 11-4, former price $8.50, to c105e...'..;....'..;.: 6.25 AY rapper Blankets, $6.00 and $6.50 quality, to close.. Y.Y. 7. •' 4.75 Wrapper Blankets, 85.00 quality, to close .....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

12 V' I fit Champagne..] Champagne. "SPECIAL DRY." "BRUT." Gold Seal may be placed v on the table of! F-'»®Mll@4 the most fastidious connoisseur without ■' '-'.^^{l|>i^l\ fear of criticism or comparison with any It imported champagne. >" -"llPf! -^li Then why pay twice as much, for foreign e^^^P Order a Case for Your Home. jggu p q f Ask for it at your club and cafe. Gold Seal i||||| . vxOLD -_>Es^f*» . is sold by all first-class grocers and wine 111 Special -merchants.. ........ } „.., |is§_ <$, a q/s)G? v CAUTION—We caution our patrons to beware i||||| *W{ysjfacihcfti^ of cheap carbonated wines called "champagne." iHH v (fnA^^aM They are usually low grade native wines arti r _jiJUBBIJi_O J ficailly charged with carbonic acid gas. .^®^Bl^S2fc^ URBANA WINE CO., URBANA, N. V., ■■!.-'..' '"■• ' ' SOLE MAKERS. Chicago, 8t SBtega St Paul Ry.*^W-f Office, 32S Nic: Phone 122. Milwaukee Depot ' "Leave. j »Daily. f Except Sunday. | Arrive. • 7:sSam|Ch'cagd,La^ Crosse.Milw'keeMO-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1901. Normannahcimcn ACARFOR UDRUNKS" A New Feature of Suburban Rail roads in Stockholm. THE GOTHENBURG SYSTEM I Its Friends Deny That the Cars In dicate That the System la a Failure. "We fear that the Gothenburg is no more preventatlve than the Maine system j of prohibition," remarks the New York Sun in coinemnting on the dispatch from ! Stockholm, announcing that the adminis- j tration of the state railways had ordered a ; special car for intoxicated persons on every suburban train at night. Other words uncomplimentary to the system are ut tered in the same paragraph. It is quite a j mistake to assume that there is anything i in common between the Gothenburg sys tem or any of its variations, and the pro hibition laws of the various state in Amer ica, say the Scandinavian system's advo cates. The principles involved in the two general systems are vastly different, they add, reasoning thus: Whereas the subject of the one system 13 to prevent the sale of i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

14 BULL WHEAT MARKET WITH MAY I l-2c HIGHER All the Early News Favored an Advance, and the Market Became Buoyant. ARGENTINE NEWS UNFAVORABLE Liverpool Strong- and western Receipts IJght— 1 Sew» of the Session. Miuneapoli* Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 25. —Wheat showed decided strength this morn ing, took a higher range at the start and held it. The early news had a strong flavor, and the talk turned bullish. Liverpool was up 'gd. Argentine shipments fell off eurprising iy, and receipts in the northwest were again light at 204 cars, against 323 last year. The figures showing light Argentine shipments were supplemented by a report from Wash ington quoting the American consul, who says that conditions there are bad and that River Platte shipments will probably be 60 per cent below last year. Primary receipts were less than a year ago. Minneapolis May opened %c up, at 75% c, on thiß combination of strong iieins, and held fairly ateady against selling pressure. After the first hour renewed ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1901, r\f\ \ff\lt r*f*fl ft ifh/^tltl! P : ft^j&T' Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and 1 Jtjy\J J ULi 1 UCILi Lliaii • UK? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising \ *— — *—^______________„____________ * .._ .'. * - - ''' • v • Ca?yas*ta?^ . „ ... . .'.-„''*.- ■"* m MMIIKK 1 AGENTS WANTED AGENTS IN EVERY TOWN TO HANDLE our goods; $3.50 day easy; sells to every body. Ouoko Novelty Co., box 163, Minneap olta, Minn. AGENTSTWANTED—FOR "THE LIFE~OF Queen Victoria." Distinguished authorship; over 100 magnificent Illustrations; nearly 60<> pages; price only $1.7o; greatest money mak ing opportunity ever offered; $10 per day made easily; big commission; we pay freight. Outfit free for 10c postage. Address The John C. Winston 00.. "IS Arch St. Philadelphia, or 334 Dearborn st, Chicago. WANTED — IMM EDI ATELY. ACTIVE agents everywhere for "Life and Reign of Queen Victoria." Beautifully illustrated, au thentic and off...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 January 1901

16 WANT CIVIL RULE Filipinos Ask the President to Urge the Spooner Bill. FAVORED BY THE COMMISSION Though the Members Think: a Full Quota of Troops Should Be Maintained. Manila, Jan. 25.—The executive commit tee of the federal party has filed a petition requesting the Philippine commission to urge upon President McKinley that the passage of the Spooner bill by congress is an urgent necessity, as the progress of the archipelago* demands an authority that can legislate and regulate the incorpora tion of concern^ regulate mining claims, dispose of public lands and perform other functions not vested in either the military or the legislative authorities. The petitioners state that the time is ripe for a general civil government, which ■will win over those favoring the insurrec tion and encourage the natives to favor a settled government under American sove reignty. The members of the commission, while desirous that a full quota of troops shall continue here, will recommend the passage of...

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