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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

r WEDNESDAY EVEOTNG. JANUARY^ 30, 1901. MUNYON'S COLD CURE IT IS A REAL BLESSING TO THE WHOLE COUNTRY. J'' $^^Kftw ~^r * tW / rtgard my CM Cure as being better than a life insurance poIicy.—MUNYON. The epidemic of Colds and Grippe con tinues. Every one appears to be suffering, EXCEPT those who are armed with Mun yon's Cold Cure, which breaks up any cold In a few hours, drives out the Grippe and prevents Pneumonia and Diphtheria. There Is NO DOUBT about this remedy. It has cured thousands of others, and therefore ■will cure you. It relieves head, nose, throat and lungs almost instantly. It is in a handy little vial, fits the vest pocket, and you can have it with you to use at any moment and anywhere. Price 25 cents at any drutf store. If you have the Rheumatism try Munyon"s Rheumatism Cure. If you have Dyspepsia, try his Dyspepsia Cure. If you have kidney trouble, try his Kidney Cure. Munyon has a specific remedy for most every disease. Mostly 25c. Munyon's Inhaler cures Catarrh, Gri...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

10 NICI(EL PLATE 307 NICOLLET AVENUE. CLEARANCE^ SALE To Make a Clean Sweep of All Heavy Winter Shoes and Felt Shoes We Quote the LOWEST PRICES EVER -■ - ; ■ -■;'■ ■.- -', ,■ , , ' ■ '-":'; ■■• :■■-''."'■■- '•■•■- ■■ ■• ■ "' ■ Large Sizes men's $1.25 «■ A *» Fancy Strap Slippers— Ladies' storm overshoes, 10 to 12..®W0 1,2 & a strap Slippers, $1.50 A« ft 3-Buclkle men's high Emperor and «2.00 qualities ****° overshoes, $2.50 qual- OS4 A A Ladies' Felt Shoes, button or ity, sizes sto 8...'.'.-.'..9.'1£w" lace, leather foxed or. plain, -f JC w _: . • ,oo ,: a':• *. " ' $1.25 and 81.50 goods, at... I Oil Big Lot men's $2 and $3 calf shoes, mixed Lot of Ladies' Boots and all styles and sizes, flfc-f .' A A Oxfords, tan and black, OOa choice tor 9 IbW choice for _ _ „.'. 3fOO Enamels—Double and i: cork sole Good Sizes — Ladies' $1.75 and men's enamel lace shoes, $3.50 $2.00 kid button and lace Boots, grade, sizes Bto 11. €&&'; AC ilsl ew styles, straight <£-f A A at «Ai49 k...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30. 1901. y Resolution Sale of Fine Shoes ■' * HlhieSPbP^^^BW^ ' '.■ 188 HB HpS" MB fffl Bb bbi BM Bh '^H IH E9 Hj m >■■ ■■^Kn '^m 19 Hhcjl ■* ?, kx is. 88 < 4 Bff^^ fHI fin H| i^Ual '■'■ ■'"' * B8 Mi'■ flB fl^£B l^KST vti&mlr '■■ ■■""-' "■v' ' ' ■HM ■ * ifißfiy • IBS vBhS E&' Bl b* II w^Ah 19 I^^JV '*' Hfl •,'*-''■ -.* SB *■ -„ fj3 kh BS^S Bl»i^^^B Myji) KNOBLAUCH'S ARCADE SHOE HOUSE SC !h Ha v ih mwßP' I^SBBO bB bb jlhi - ' * BB hh hb^^B MHWw ■ " Bm^B Bm BS !&««■ ''•'•s fIBI BP j | E3_j3 wt Bh » tst i t ■ ■ Sl'SrdSr 1™3 '° °Ut d m 'HS??! v* ™ vn^HPJ F°OTWEAR to such an extent that they will be lower than the cost of the cheap. |^"LAT IN YOUR WHOLE YEAR'S SUPPLY FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NOW Immense Reductions in All Departments Ladies' Boots I Ladies' Slippers I Children's Shoes I Men's Shoes butto^were *Toa QK!f and Rubber. Misses' »"d GUl*** Storm Men's Storm Alaskas, worth 11, m-^S-vr-JH? Ladies> Sandal Kubb^ sizes uor. th.. ooc:. 29c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

12 MAY WHEAT MADE A DECLINE OF 1-2 CENT X iquidation Began in Chicago on the Indifferent Tone of Liverpool Market. DECREASE IN THE VISIBLE SUPPLY Continued Good Demand Here for Milliner Wheat-(ieneral \'ew» of the S» salon. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 30. —Wheat" opened •on • lower' range, sold within a shade of : 75c, and held weak through the session. There was not much of leading In terest in the early news. The corn market •was weak. Foreign' advices carried an air of indifference, turning later; to -weakness. Liv erpool coming unchanged to %d off, and clos ing ' %@%<3 lower. ' Temperatures over the southwest were not so law as had been pre dicted. Receipts at northwestern points ran about the same as last year, 265 cars, against 281. What strength there was came: princi pally from the expectation of a decrease in the Bradstreet visible figures, and continued good cash wheat demand, " especially in this market. - Australian shipments;, omitted in last week ■world's ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30, 1901. Niagara Tin Smelting Company. 65 WALL ST., NEW YORK. CAPITAL, &l, 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 well as to dividends. THOS. B.ADAMS. Treasurer Amer ican Smelting and Refining Conipuny. ROBERT A VERY, lawyer, Maj.- Gen. I . S. A., retired. *OHX PITNAM (OKU. Secy, anil Treas.Denver-Sonthwestern R. R>. ROLLI.V J. TIRBE( K. W. F. Fur- OFFICERS: ROBERT AVERY, President. ALLAX 6. MACDOXELL, Vice President. JAMBS GILFILLAN. Treasurer. AQI ILA W. WAXMAKEH, Secretary. Registrar and Depository, North American Trust Somoanv. New York. The Company is formed to produce a inetai not heretofore made in America "Metallic Tin,", of which 71,248,407 pQunds were last year imported, the gross value of which was $16,746,117. The company will mine the valuable tin deposits owned by i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

II 1 PROOF OF I ItfvOilTHE PUDDING I 1 Aj^V r KATINGu I I / lY^^^ WO UNPREJUDICED I ■/ I \ SMOKER EVER TRUED A ■ I — GEQ. W. I I GEHESOQHy eOQD 5 CENT CIGAR 1 I BMD s&Tßi®ffiSf&S ' found another brand 1 8 THAI HE THOOGHT COULD EQUAL IT «* *> I You will always hear a satisfied exclamation from the man who tries a Km MS GEORGE W. CHILDS 5c Cigar. He feels like throwing back his head and saying, |f|| Sis 'Eureka, I have found a perfect smoke." There never was another Cigar as ( Mo< carefully made in every respect and sold for a nickel. It has been our aim to |^ ■ make it perfect in material and manufacture. f*^j W, The CHILDS Cigar has been out of this market for eight months, because WrA the manufacturers were unable to supply the demand, but it can now be had of \?;.% WM all first-cSass dealers. Wjm VM 6EO. R, NEWELL & GO., Distributers, Minneapolis » Real Estate Transfers. £. P. Barrows and wife to Emund M. Anderson, lot 5, block 2, Chicago Lake Park addition $300 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30, 1901. Do you read them ? MMBER G—Continued. CRESCENT BUSINESS AGENCY BUYS OR •ells business; gets partner. 239 Nlc, room 15. WE EXECUTE OPTION ORDERS" FOR grain. $20 will margin 1,000 bushels 2 cents. Send for our free book, "Facts and Figures," explaining option trading. The Osborn Grain, 814 and 815 Phoenix building, Minneapo lis. Members Chamber of Commerce. LOOK AT 1319 WASHINGTON AY S; BEST location in Minneapolis for butcher - ship, crockery, : millinery or bakery; , new brick oven. 14x16, in rear of store; cheap rent. FAMILY HOTEL, IN CITY, OVER FORTY rooms: 1 newly furnished, steam heat, hot! water,, and gas;-good business; to reliable parties;" $500 ■to ' $900 will * handle I the . same. Information, Call between 9 and 10:30 a. m. at 305 Northwestern building. THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED YOUNG man, capable of managing collection agency, wants situation. Salary, commission •or in terest in business. Satisfactory references. H 863, Journal. - WANTED ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 January 1901

16^ JOHN GOODNOW HONORED AT HOME The Banquet at the West to the United States Consul General at Shanghai a Great Success. The Toast List Brings Out Much Wit and Eloquence — Mr. Goodnow's Effort Wins Golden Opinions. A typical Minneapolis man received a typical Minneapolis tribute last night at the West Hotel. It was a spontaneous, sincere tribute that came straight from the hearts of nearly 200 representative citizens of Minneapolis and Minnesota. It was a tribute to the qualities of head and heart which enabled John Qoodnow, United States Consul General at Shanghai, China, and plain citizen of Minneapolis, to prove himself the right man in the right place when the sudden turn in events in the orient made him the chief resource and re liance of the American government. It was c. tribute voiced by the governor of the state, by the president of the univer sity, by the mayor of the city, by a Judge of the district bench, by the speaker of the lower house of the legislature, by an ex ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS J^WUNTAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. TO AVOID AN EXTRA SESSION Senate Republicans Map Out a Program. SUBSIDY BILL THE KEY That Out of the Way, Important Bills Will Be Passed. SPOONER BILL TO BE A RIDER That Will Leave Only the Cuban ttueation an a Reason fur an Extra Setmton. Mew York Sun Spmolml Sarvlom Washington, Jan. 31.—Republican sena tors, who appreciate the necessity of car rying out President McKinley's recom mendations for Philippine legislation at the present session, have had a confer ence, and they have mapped out a plan by which It is hoped that all important pend ing legislation can be passed before March 4. They think that If this is done an extra session of the Fifty-seventh con gress will be unnecessary, unless it is called for the express purpose of consider ing the Cuban question. The success of the new program, which provides for attaching the Spooner Philip pines bill as a rider to one of the appro priation bills, perhaps the army appro priation bill, dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

2 SOONERS MUST WAIT Opening of tb.3 Indian Reservation in Oklahoma Delayed. THEY ARE GATHERING ALREADY Tract Includes 8,000,000 Acreu— Counties Will Start With Funds. Maw York Sun Spaolal Smrvfom Washington, Jan. 31.—There seems to be great excitement down in Oklahoma over the expected opening of the Comanche, Kiowa and Apache reservations to settle ment and the Interior department is in formed that large committees of "soon ers" have already gathered on its borders ready to rush in the moment the flag drops; but they will have to wait a long time. Congress recently passed an act ex tending the time for making allotments of land to the Indians for eight months from Dec. 6, 1900, which will make the limit Aug. 6. 1901, and after that at least six months must elapse before the government Is ready to open the land to settlers. This land is in the extreme southern part of Oklahoma Territory, on the borders of Texas and Includes about 3,000, --000 acres. There are 2.900 or 3,800 Indians ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 31. 1901. ■ M^^ZMBSSSMff*© i _ GREENE'S NER- E-XOG^UPG R^P- GREENE'S NER t&lvtkj* r J foe of the Grip. JLSaI It wards off the at- JHPJBfe JoßHfek tack in the beginning, BL '¥.*:' I ffi fl I an(* it drives the germ from Mm KMT M BM& the biood. HNff fig? I J& g? Do not think these are mere m^m m m mm statements. They are abac i a Foothold and Unaided 1 • Precondition which foi || Ns&ttil*Ois PowerlosSa ' I lows Grip—the weakened, pros- M—| jWh _ 1 trated condition so well-known H BJaß*— M*£skg%t%t% $& H everhere— Dr. Greene's Ner ™^" " **• %*%*MM%9 «9 vura j s t ii e ai ,d certain Sf restorative. It provides those ts&m dCfc lf# WMF SH B MHk .tf^fc elements in the blood which M V Cffl Br mm Bf tim have been preyed upon by the II at .j I Grip germ, and restores; full M Blood and Nerve Remedy , I strengthening vigor to the ar- «l ■■aH culation. il %/rMf*B& ta^inaifif §1 Mrs. P. W. Grant, 490 Cen |J ~ * _ --. vV' !■- trai Avc, Dover, N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

I THE JOURNAL r LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURKiL i» published every evening:, except Sunday,, at <*7-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Build Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. BUUon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, BZ, 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 m0nth5............... 100 One copy/ six m0nth5........... 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 .............S5 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS 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 Subs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 31, 1901. THOMAS' JOHN W. THOMaS & CO. Wash Goods OPENING Tomorrow Morning begins a new business year with us and with it we place on our counters our new line of Wash Goods, the largest and handsomest we have ever shown. W&Bh Goods are to be more popular this season than ever be for* and manufacturers have made wonderful development in weaves and colorings; the beautiful fabrics shown are truly irresistible. SHEER FABRICS. Embroidered Swisses, Irish Dimities, Egyptian Tissues, Gauze and Grenadine Novelties, Mercerized Foulards, Linen Lawns, Soft Finish Organdies, Painted Batiste, Mousseline de Sole, Dotted Plumetis, Pineapple Tissues, St. Gaul Novelties, Mercerized Chambrays HEAVY WASH FABRICS A beautiful line of Waist and Shirt material* consisting of Ginghams, D &J. Anderson's Goods,) German Linens, Imported Madras and Oxfords, Novelty Scotch Zephyrs, Silk and Linen Madras Silk Ginghams, French Satteens, Silk Chambrays, Imported Percales, Cri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Honor for Frankfurter — President McKlnley has appointed Dr. Franklorter, pro fessor of chemistry in the university, an in spector of mints for 1900. A Bis Police Deficit—Mayor's Secre tary Brown completed yeaterdaythe final ocm putatiou of the polloe department -accounts last year. The total deficit is $8,176.66, of which 15.075 Us on account of salaries. MerricL'i Good Tiling-R. p. Herrick, of Minneapolis, who has been connected witn the McCorinick Harvester company agency at St. Cloud, has been assigned to Russia as the general ageut In that empire. Sir William Fornoud Here—Sir Wil !lam Forwood, one of the London directors of the Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Milling com pany, is in the city as the guest of Manager H. L. Little. He expressed hlmßelf as well pleased with the company a property. He baa put ia the day inspecting the mills. A BOOMING CUBA The Island Was Never :So ! Prosper ous as Now. SO SAYS WILLIAM HOOKER t He Uiu Returned From a Month* Bmineii Trip— Cubaua ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

THUBSDAY EVEKIM}, JANUAKY 31, 1901. YERXA Wide-awake holders of the purse strings will profit by such buying as can be done at Yerxa's tomorrow. Northern: grown Sweet Corn, can XV 1 5c This" is an excellent grade of corn, di rect from ' the cannery, and will be sold without labels. Actually worth uouble the ' money. ..: : H. O. Breakfast Wheat, to close • out pkg^:. —1..:.:... ........::. 9c l-lb can French, red Kidney Beans, can :........;.;..............;...... 4c Good new California Prunes, lb .....' 4c Good Evaporated Peaches, 1b.........'•' - 8c Best Rolled oats, ■ lb. .V... ........ l^c Limit, 10 lbs to customer. . Pure Lard, lb ....'...:............... B%c Best Burbank Potatoes, bushel 48c , Full 60-lb bushel. . , . . Rutabagas, peck 5c Fine Santos and Rio Coffee, 1b;....... 15c This makes a good cup of coffee. Robal, fine Mocha and Java flavor lb ~............ ................I. 22c Hoffman House, lb ..V..... 80c Better cannot be had at 40c. • Oranges Budded Seedlings, doz ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

8 DULL DAY IN WHEAT, MAY SELLING OFF 1-2 c Australia and Argentine Offering ; Wheat Abroad Below Our * , Figures. WINTER WHEAT OUTLOOK GOOD Korthweatern Receipts Promise to Become More Important Fac tor From Now On. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 31. —It was a dull day in wheat. May opened unchanged; at 75% c,' sold to 76*4 c, came back to 75fte,*and stuck at that figure. Liverpool •was *4@%4 up, but eased off and closed-;%d higher. The Price Current was out with a general survey of a bearish 4tenor, saying; that conditions of growing wheat:continue promis ing, and much of the area Is now protected by snow,-that marketings are becoming light er, and present available supplies appear am ple for requirements. More depressing than this; was the news confirming previous inti mations of underselling abroad by American competitors. Shippers who offered wheat yes terday received replies this morning to the •ffect that better values were to be had in the. Australian and Argentine; of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 31, 1901. DO VOII VPflft thf^ttl ? f_l___r = Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and ____ */ A \sCl\M LI 111 • ipPE? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising KI.HBER 1 AGENTS WANTED "VICTORIA, QUEEN AND EMPRESS"—A complete biography and history of her time; four years in preparation; agents wanted; ex tra tertns; freight paid; credit given; outfit now ready; gent free; a great opportunity; write to-day. Ziegler Co., 521 Monoa build nig, Chicago. MMBER 4. ACCOUNTANTS AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING. Expert examinations of books and accounts; grain, options, iusurance and coal a specialty. MINNEAPOLIS AUDITING CO., 604 Guaranty Bldg. Tel. Main 2121. >l mhkii c. BUSINESS CHANCES ZENITH BUSINESS AGENCY FINDS YOU buyer or partner. 320 New York Life. ceTntkal""nlsbraska farms —""good" land and title, no lacumbrance; to trade for any kind of merchandise. "Wilde," 743 Wa basha st, St. Paul, Minu^ A $1,100 STOCK OF MILLINERY AND LA- Uies...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 31 January 1901

10 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THREE TURNEDDOWN Senate Rejects Three of Lind's Re- cess Appointments. THE REST ARE CONFIRMED Sharp Debate in the Senate—Several "■ ' Republican* Stand; by Friends. ■ .-. '.;,...,'•. '■-■ Four of Governor Llnd's "recess ap pointments" received harsh treatment ;in the * senate ■ this morning. = One of them, Letlie Welter, •: finally ':. slipped y through. But A. H. Hendrickson, Rev. Gustaf Wah lund and J. E. King were turned down hard. . After the adjournment of the legislature in 1899 Governor L*nd made a great many appointments, mostly to the state boards. These were submitted to the senate on the opening day of the aession, but were "held up" until to-day. A futile effort was made to postpone the question again. When a vote was ordered Senator J. D. ■enator John Ives, St. Paul —I am, as is well known, the antagonist of all special privi leges. Does anybody dare deny it? Jones asked to have the name of Andrew H. Hendrickson, appointed to the state board of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALS!: PRICE TWO CENTS. KAISER AS MEDIATOR He May Help to End the War in South Africa. RUMORED IN BERLIN If True, It Shows That the British Cabinet Has New Views. LONDON PAPER'S PEACE APPEAL Boer General B«nmtden, but He Sa}» the l'inlitii'-ti AYIII Go On. 1^ Haw York Sun Special Smrvlcm ■■ ■ * London, Feb. I^—The Berlin correspond ent of the Daily News mentions' a rumor that Emperor William Is willing to me diate between Great Britain and the South African republic. - The correspondent recalls that Germany has sympathetically and repeatedly de clined to do so unless the British and the Boers invoked her aid, and remarks that if there la any truth in the rumor it would indicate that the British cabinet has aban doned its negative attitude regarding me diation. There is no doubt that could Emperor William conclude his visit to England by lending a hand to end the struggle he would please a vast majority of his own nation, which has hitherto watched the circumstanc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

2 DUKE IS NO BETTER Condition of King's Eldest Son Is Considered Serious. EXTRA ATTENDANTS ARE CALLED Princess Beatrice, Too, Is Reported to Be Kept In Her Room. Cowes, Isle of Wight, Feb. I.—The Duke of Cornwall and York is no better and an extra nurse was called iv last night. Though the duke's condition is serious, it is by no means dangerous. The heir to the throne has been moved to a room adjoining that occupied by Sir Francis Laking, and a local practitioner has been called in to assist. Preparations for another three weeks' stay at Osborne house are being made for the duke and duchess, as it is thought that the patient will not be able to travel before that. Princess Beatrice is also ailing, being confined to her room. WARTAXMAYSTAND Reduction Bill Is Not Likely to Pass at This Session. TREASURY OFFICERS NOT SORRY (They See a Possibility of the Pres ent Surplus Being- Changed to a Deficit. Mmw York Sun Snoolal Smrvlom. Washington, Feb. 1. —It begins to look as if the war tax ...

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