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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURMIE PRICE TWO CENTS. SUPREME IN WORLD'S MART United States Is Making Rapid Strides. REPORTS BY CONSULS Commercial and Financial Center Is Shifting. AMERICAN METHODS ARE COPIED Secretary Hay Call* Attention to the tutted StateM lv Foreign Trade. "Washington, Jan. 29. — summary of ■what has .been achieved by the United States in opening up and extending mar kets abroad is presented in a letter from Secretary Hay to congress, accompanying the annual publication known as "Com mercial Relations of the United States ■with Foreign Countries," made up of reports of consular officers during 1900. Secretary Hay says: The practical character of the commercial Information obtained by our consuls and the celerity with which It is given to the public continues to excite the emulation of foreign governments, and during the past year steps have been taken by both Great Britain and Germany to engraft these features of our consular work upon their consular systems. , The general c...

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. — 29 January 1901

2 NAVAL AND MILITARY Arrangements for the Funeral of Queen Victoria. CIVIL OFFICERS TAKE NO PART Route of the Procession in London —The Pall—Orders for MonrnlnK. ffift York Sun Spoo/al So+vtorn London, Jan. 29.—Emperor William's in fluence with the king induced the resolu tion to make the funeral strictly naval and military. The mayoral authorities of the Isle of Wight expected to take part, but it was decided that they would be al lowed only to look on from a fixed posi tion within the grounds of Osborne House. It is stated that this exclusion of civil dignitaries is for the sake of uniformity in the procession. The procession will leave Osborne House at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. York ave nue, which leads from Osborne House to the Trinity pier, where the body will be embarked on the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, will be guarded by troops. The Trinity pier will be barracaded. Route of the Funeral. It is understood that the route of the funeral procession Saturday has been fixed...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

TUESDAY EVESTOsTG, JAMTAET 29, 1901. NEWPLAY NEXT YEAR Sol Smith Russell Expects to Pro duce a Dramatized Novel. HE RESUMES WORK IN SEPTEMBER Hi* Health I* Improving:—No Veeil of a National Theater in This Country. Special to The Journal. Washington, Jan. 29.—50 l Smith Russell and Mrs. Russell are spending the winter in Washington with Manager Fred Berger of the Lafayette Square Theater. He said recently: 1 shall return to my work late in Septem ber. Before 1 broke down last winter I had in hand a play which 1 was going to produce .during a part of the season. It is a dramatiz ation of a* book which was well liked by the public. The name of the book and of the playwright cannot be made public at this time. The playwright has requested it and I think it only natural that he should want it kept secret until we are ready to produce U»e work. Both the book and the play have much of the quiet bumor and the pathos of the •Poor Relation," and 1 believe the play will succeed as the book ha...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. ', EDITOR. " TUX JULHAA. L. :is puulinhed. * every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal •: Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. unison, Manager Eastern Adver tising. 'NEW. YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. BLBSCRIPTIO.N TKItAtS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. ■ One copy, one, month $0.35 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 m0nth..............35 cents Single copy 2 cents IHAMiES OF ADUKKSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. _—_—— All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS . Subscriber* will please notify t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1901. JOHN W. THOMAS Nlotlle! Avi. and Fifth Si. 3 Days Only Before Inventory. Low Prices To Close Out the following lines: Blankets. Cotton Warp, 10-4,83.75, $4. .$2.50 !' All wool, 10-4, $5.50, $6 $4.00 ]! All wool, 10-4, $7.50 $5.00 '! Cotton Warp, 11-4, «5 $3.45 !| All wool, 11-4, 86.60 $4.50 !» All wool, 11-4, $7 $4.75 j! Wrapper Blankets, 85 qual. .$3.50 'I Wrapper Blankets, #3.50 \ Quality $2.25;! Wrapper Blankets, 82.25 i| quality $1.60!' Cotton, 11-4, one lot, 85c qual. .60c ]! Cotton, heavy, 11-4, $1.25 qual. .90c '! Cotton Wrapper Blankets, 85c !' and 90c quality , 60c j! Cotton Blanket Sheets, 11-4, lj white, reduced from 81.00 per Ji pair to 65c I 1 Quilts Down Puilts-- ![ Sateen covered, 6-6 size. j 55.00 quilts, to close $3.50 ji $6.00 quilts, to close $4.25 j! 87.50 quilts, to close $5.50 i #8.75 quilts, to ddse • $6.00 '< \ SIO.OO quilts, silk one side, ] to close $7.95 i \ Cotton Filled— j! Our reg. $1.25 quality 90c \ i Ourreg. 81.5...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS The Judge Take* a Hand — M 11. Lyons of Adams, Minn., has been ordered to appear before Judge Lochren Feb. 8 and show cause why ha should not be punished ior not turning over |8,000 for the benefit of his creditors, as ordered by Referee Merri man. Burglar Alarm Got Bu»y—Had It not been for the burglar alarm system In tho dat of W. E. Stephenson, 628 Eighth avenue 3, burglars might easily have made way early Sunday morning with all the valuables in the house. The occupants were alarmed by the call and the thieves made a hasty exit Fonrnirr'i Summer Home Burned— TUe artistic summer home of Alex Fourmer at 4811 Columbus avenue was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. The fire resulted from an overturned lamp. The furniture and most of the paintings were saved. Mr. Four nier is in Paris. The loss is estimated at $1,000. Quicker Postal Service — The mail service between Minneapolis and southern Minnesota points la to be improved. An arrangement has been made by which the time...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1901. YERXA No matter what you hear of prices 'round about, note this fact: whether the goods be fancy or staple, domestic or foreign, they can be had for as little at Yerxa's as anywhere —very likely for less; and in every case they're as fresh as a field of daisies. These for To«morrow, Wednesday Fine Santos and Rio Coffee, lb 15c This makes a good cup of coffee. Robal, fine Mocha and Java flavor, lb 22c Hoffman House, lb 30c Better cannot be had at 40c. Oranges Budded Seedlings, doz 10c Washington Navels, 15c up. Florida Ruesets Uoz 30c California Navels, half box $1.50 California Seedlings, per box $2.00 Grape Fruit, each 5c Lemons, per doz 10c Bananas, per doz 10c 12 lbs Sweet Potatoes for 25c Pure Lard, lb B^c Best Rolled Oats, 10 lbs only to order, lb i%c Best Potatoes, GO-lb bushel 48c Best eolid head Cabbage, lb I%C Rutabagas, peck 6c California Prunes, lb 4c Evaporated Peaches, lb 8c Full Cream Cheese, per lb 10c Choice Brick Cheese, per lb 10c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

8 MAY WHEAT FIRM AND STEADY ON HIGHER RANGE Liverpool Held Up Against the De cline Here Yesterday and This Gave Strength. INTEREST IN WINTER WHEAT Spot Wheat Selling on May Baal* for No. 1 Northern— Go»- »Ip of the Day. • Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 29. —Wheat recovered from the extreme weak ness of yesterday and showed early tendency to work back. As against our close at U de cline of over a cent yesterday Liverpool waa- Bteady and closed **d higher. This encour agement opened May a shade firmer at 75%@ 76% c. There was an immediate slump to 76^0, followed by slow recovery to 76c. The market h«ld around this level, ran into dull ness and was quiet up to noon. Chicago re ported trade very quiet at first, but after some food buying developed. Bhorts took in their wheat, but all the buying was not from' that source and there was reported support from Armour and others. At northwestern point* receipts were 260 cars against 294 last year. The Bradstreet figures were ex pected ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1901. Niagara Tin Smelting Company. 63 WALL ST., NEW YORK. CAPITAL, $f,000,000. Divided into 80,000 shares Common and 20,000 shares six per cent cumulative Pre ferred stock, of the par value of $10, full paid and non-assessable. The Preferred stock is preferred as to principal as \veH as to dividends. THOS. B.ADAMS, Treasurer Amer ican Smelting and Refining Company. ROBERT AVERY, lawyer, MaJ.- Gen. I. S. A., retired. JOHN PUTNAM COBB. Secy, and Treas.Denver-Soutuwestern R. Ry. ROLLIN J. FIRBECK, W. F. Fur- OFFICERS: ROBERT AVERY. President. ALLAN G. MACDONELL, Vice President. JAMES UILFILLAN, Treasurer. AQULA W. WANHAKER, Secretary. Registrar and Depository, North American Trust Company, Mew York. The Company is formed to produce a i Bietal not heretofore made in America, '•Metallic Tin," of which 71,248,407 pounds. Were last year imported, the gross value of which was $16,746,117. The company ■will mine the valuable tin deposits owned by it in South Dak...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

10 w■■S ■» Jk a " «mm> «. .^ «k- jC~ - ' mti f >^5* w ' " I 1 ' I I ' 1 '■ -' - ■ ' !'" BS9B IB l\\* f\ WkJm m $£mP" \ I I I I I t ■ kI i^SXi MEN fc S«y) if -f * !« <^ •yik ■ mIS, Mi lf^^\^L k h I .^^U&^BEr^^" ■/" 't' *>—' * ' I 1 t":"*"* rat ihJ 1^ ' li ffiSH»^B^^fe?f^fl • ! I' I WINSTON, HARPER, FISHER & CO., pg F-!ga * i Crr 3 I f I v< '*> 3 II Distributers, Minneapolis, riinn. : Vffmtl'i SPORTS FIGHTER JUDGE ARRIVES READY TO MEET ,MR. RYAN Said That Judge Ha* Been Confused With Another of the Same Name. James Judge of Philadelphia, light mid dleweight, and this trainer and principal second, Kid Wilson, arrived in Minne apolis at y o'clock this morning and put up at the Nicollet. Judg;e is to meet Tommy Ryan of Syracuse in a six-round contest Thursday night and has come to town early to get the lay of the land. He did a little road work of six or eight miles to-day, and will go into the gymnasium to morrow. Judge said this morning in re gard to th« comin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1901. NUMBER Continued. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL, GENERAL housework, amall family. 2020 2d ay S. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN ; eral housework; no other need apply; two In family; $3 per week. ■ Call 1318 Vine place, - second-floor., flat. Mrs. W. H. Richardson; call morning or evenings. ■ : . ;■ ---WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN • eral housework in small family; good wages. 1729 Park ay. ■ , ; WANTED — AN EXPERIENCED LADY cashier; one familiar with double entry; give reference and salary expected. Address F t>6o. Journal. - - WANTED—AN EXPERIENCED GIRL ON machine and starching. Antes' Laundry, 109 Washington ay N. r • , WANTED—GOOD STRONG GIRL FOR GENT eral housework, in family of six. 2015 2d ay S. ' WANTED—A GOOD SEWING GIRL TO DO work in exchange for board. Call at 17 10th st N. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN eral_housework. 2436 Chicago ay. a GIRL FOR general HOUSEWORK IN family of three; must be good cook. 2015 6th st S. A. Brown. WANTED—A COMPETENT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 January 1901

12 \ MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE ON A FIRMER BASIS , Senator Snyder Introduces a Build ing and Loan Bill. IT WILL RECAST B. AND L. LAWS The AmtociutioiiM Under It "Will Be Brouwht Under Supervision of the Bank Examiner. Building and loan and savings associa tions are to be placed on a more satisfac tory basis. There has not been a session of the legislature for years in which the laws relating to these institutions have not been tinkered. Confusion has been the result. It has long been conceded that there has never been sufficient official su pervision over these institutions to pro tect the stockholders. Other evils have grown up, all of which Senator Snyder proposes to correct with the big bill he Introduced this morning. The measure provides for a revision and codification of all the laws, and places all such, concerns under the control of the public examiner. Two Bills rained. Two bills of minor importance were passed this morning under suspension. One provides that when patients are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS «SINAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. LITTLE HOPE FOR PEACE Gloomy View of the Chinese Situation. EVACUATION BAD MOVE French Diplomat Says the Poerws Would Lose Strength. ADVANTAGE TO RUSSIA ALONE W'tuili inert on Fran the Result of the Anglo-German Alliance. Mmw York Sun Ssteelnl Smrvlem Paris. Jan. 30. — The situation in China is viewed unfavorably by the foreign of fice here. It is thought that the Ameri can proposal for evacuation is not calcu lated to improve matters. General evacu ation would deprive the powers of that moral strength essential for the support of their claims. One of the foreign officials said this morning: The aspect of the negotiations between the powers and the Chinese commissioners is less promisiug to-day than it has been for mouths. It is true that the understanding among the powers still exists, but there is nothing to prevent each power from making such indi vidual treaty with Cbtfia as it may deem ad vantageous to its private commercial inter ests. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

2 NEWEL IS LONESOME But the Minister From St. Paul Is Popular at the Hague. HASN'T LEARNED TO TALK DUTCH It Isn't Neceaaary, for the Holland- er* Speak Engliib, 9aya W, K. Qainb) of Detroit. Special to The Journal. Washington, Jan. 80.— W. E. Qutnby, ed kor and manager of the Detroit Free Press, preceded Stanford Newel of St. Paul as minister of this government at The Hague, having been appointed to that po sition by President Cleveland. Last sum mer Mr. Quinby spent several months In Europe, and of course visited again the city and country of his former official residence, -where he renewed his acquaint ance with Mr. Newel. "Mr. Newel accompanied me to the pier when I was ready to leave," said Mr. Quin by to me the other day, during a flying trip lo Washington, "and I thought as I bade him good bye that he seemed to be rather lonesome. He is so strongly tied in habit and thought and by every other sus stantial sentimental consideration of life, to America, that I question whether h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

wed^eSlsslT EVEJsfme, janttajry 30, 1901. Tl BRILLIANT BELASCO Tie Playwrisht Saved from Breatflown by Paine's Celery Compomd. When a brainy man like David Belasco, the brilliant adapter of "Zaza," the teach er of its leading actress, Mrs. Leslie Car ter; the author of season after beason's most successful plays, '"The Heart of Maryland," "Hearts of Oak," etc.; the hardest worked and the ablest stage di rector in America — When sucfh a wide awake manager of his own and other people's affairs deliber ately turns to Paine's celery campound as the one safe and sure invigorator for his overworked nervous system, only willful prejudices can hesitate to give full credit to this greatest of all remedies. "I have used Paine's celery compound," •ays Mr. Belasil 'and found it of great benefit after ha-4 work." Mr. Belasco has mangaged more actors who hay« become famous and taken charge of more big theatres from San Francisco to Xew York than any living person. He has seen time and again membe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

% THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, .J. S. McLAIN, ; MANAGER.. EDITOR. * i THE JO V II X A li is published every evening:* except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. \ C. J. Btllßon, Manager Eastern Adver tising.- : i NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. . , ■' - CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION' TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co, • Delivered by mail. . ' One copy, one month -....$0.35, 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 : Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their lormer as well as present address. COXTIXUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAIXTS _, Subscribers will please notify the ' off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30. 1901. MEMBER ILLINOIS ASSEMBLY AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH OF THE THROAT AND LUNQS. CURED by PERUNA I HON. JOHN' J. FURLONG. Member of the Thirty-fifth General Assembly of the State of Illinois, writes of Peruna as follows: 1353 Osgood St., Chicago, 111. The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O. Gentlemen—"l can safely rec ommend Peruna as a remedy that will cure all catarrhal troubles. "It was of great benefit to me, as it cured me of catarrh of the throat and lungs permanently and in a very short time. lam glad to add my endorsement to that of others " — John J. Furlong. The order in which the symptoms of chronic catarrh occur are nearly always as follows: A t>ol:l which hangs on longer than usual: a sensitiveness of the air passages, by which one catohes cold easily; a continual settled cold in the head, throat, or chest, discharges grow thicker and more offensive, loss of flesh, despond ency, loss of appetite, headache or cough, and general lassitude. No...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS \ot Very Cold—The present cold wave is not at all severe. The lowest temperature registered at the government office was —8 this morning. By sundown to-morrow night warmer weather will be here. Stuart Heath's Uenth —Stuart Wilkin son Heath, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Heath of 1301 Second avenue S, died yester day. The funeral will be held from the resi dence at 10 a. m. to-morrow. Fred Root Dies— Fred S. Root, well known about town, died Sunday at the city hospital, at the age of 34 years. The funeral will be held this afternoon from Amor's un dertaking-rooms. Interment at Hastings. In No Sneh Quarrel—Porter Tremain received a telegram from his son yesterday stating that he was not involved in any such quarrel as was reported in a Minneapolis morning paper a few days ago. ""Wise Girl» Deposit Money-The Wise girls of Anoka, whose engagement on the freak floor of the dime museum was termi nated so suddenly a short time ago as the result of the pressure of public opinio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1901. YERXA We keep your trade and make new customers by the quality of our goods and the fact that we save you money on everything you buy in our line. READ THESE PROOFS: l-lb can French, red Kidney Beans, can 4 C Cood new California Prunes, 1b...... 4c Good Evaporated Peaches, lb 8c Best Rolled oats, lb l^c Limit, 10 lbs to customer. Pure Lard, lb S^c Best Bufbank Potatoes, bushel 48c Full 60-lb bushel. Rutabagas, peck oc Fine Santos and Rio Coffee, lb 15c This makes a good cup of coffee. Robal, fine Mocha and Java flavor lb , 22c Hoffman House, lb 1 30c Better cannot be had at 40c. Oranges Budded Seedlings, doz 10c Washington Navel*, 15c up. Florida Russets doz 30c California Navels, half box *.... $1.50 California Seedlings, per box $2.00 (Jrape Fruit, each 5c Lemons, per doz 10c Bananas, per doz 10c 12 lbs Sweet Potatoes for 25c Fancy Rice Pop Corn, lb 3c California Figs, '1b'................... ' 6c" Cooking That Will Please. The* drill Dla!a aad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

8, MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE GRAIN TAX CHANGE Daly Has a Bill to Make Elevator Men Pay It. NO NEED TO LOOK FOR OWNERS UoGonau Introduces a Bridge Bill —Ualvorson Bill Amended. Much difficulty has been experienced by city and other local assessors in list- Ing grain in public warehouses for taxa tion on account of the uncertainty of own ership. Ownership is shown by ware house receipts or certificates which change hands sometimes several times a day. This fact, with the disinclination of ele vator officials to furnish information to assessors, has permitted much grain to escape taxation. Senator Daly of Per ham has drafted a bill which provides that all grain in elevators aitd warehouses Is to be assessed against the owners of the buildings. Statements as to their con tents must be furnished to the proper officials on the first of each May. The law further provides that the owners of ele vators and warehouses are to have a lien on the grain against the actual owner thereof. Persons makin...

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