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

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4, 1901. Mark-Down. Sale MIA I *j*« Ladies' fine Kid , Lace— IVIU LdW6 worth $2.00- cloth or kid aa. - top .:... JfoC llAllkl<« Cala -Nlell>s l>ouble Sole, tine UOUBIG OOIG Calf Lace.splen- Cflt didsi!.oO 5h0e.................... i9U ; UlA*k f*n4 Men's flne high cut Box Calf nlgn wUf Lace-$3.00 *l qa °hhoe.. dlttfO Hahlilo Cala Men's splendid double ' Uol^nS ole sole Tan lace $1.98 $3.00 Shoe $lg«Jo Overgaiters BKi£2£?. 9c Storm l-adit>s" *' (il>e -Jersey .... 69c dlOlfll Storm Overshoes D«IC Storm Men's Jersey storm Over- J|l« dlUltii shoes, sizes t07!i..... 45*8 Rubbers failles' Princesssoc 29t nUODeiS Aubbers Z9l I AfllAe' CkiiA* Ladies' line kid;lace; LdQieS dnOOS ianc-j whip-A i l-ft cord cloth top, $-.'.50 5h0e......;:.. #|, 9IJ ' MCA QllAft© Ladies' flne kid, lacel' ; lOU OllOvS dull mat top. A A m q welt sole, cut from $3.60 w£i4O ' Paient and Enamel patent and enamel leather welt lace, cut to, A A nr> ; P«'ipalr SZiO9 ■JScfhild's Sh...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

g IHE_jOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. ; EDITOR. ;^~; v SI BSCKIPTION TEUMS; -, Payable to The Journal Printing Co* . ■ * Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month $0.36 , One copy, three months ...'■.. 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5................. 2.00 One copy, one year...... ;'."..'..... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 • V * Delivered by Carrier. r, -,•.■ .:','■ One copy, one week ............ 8 cents One copy, one month....' ...'35 cents Single • copy •'....................... 2 cents . i H E J O I R X A L. i. published every evenlnjf, except Sunduy, at 47-41* I'uurtu Street South, Journal UulldlnK, MlnneapollM, Minn. ,C. J. Blllaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. V .CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. CHANGES UK ADDIIUSS • ' Subscribers . ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. • - -•; P COVriMKU All papers are continue*! until an ex plicit ord...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4. 1901. DAVID AND GROVER They Unite in the Fight Against the Bryan Democrats. NEW YORK TILDEN CLUB FORMED JPlr«t Step for a Xational Organiza tion to Carry Out Cleve land's Ideas. New York, Jan. 4.—Grover Cleveland, David B. Hill, Daniel S. l.ainont, William P. Sheehan, William C. Whitney, Jacob A. Canter aud oiher democrats, it is an nounced, are to become members of the Samuel J. Tilden Club, just organized, save the Journal. The club is to be the pioneer in th*e movement suggested by Grover Cleveland for the "reorganization of the democracy and to promulgate true democratic prin ciples throughout the I'nited States." It is to be a national as well as a state and local institution and it will seek to have Dominated for ottu-e only "sinion pure" democrats, running on "old-fashioned" democratic plattorms. Senator Canter sa\a: The Samuel J. Tildeu Club has been incor porated in response to the wishes of demo crats who are desirous that the party shall not con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Jndße Kerr's Sew Firm—W. A. Kerr, formerly special judge of the municipal court, has formed a law partnership t with F. E. Urown, senior partner of the nrin of Brown, Reed. Merrill ■' & Bufflngton, which has been dissolved. The name of the. firm will be Brown & Kerr. Meputy Coroner Xnmeii-Dr. U. G. "Williams, coroner-elect, announces'the ap pointznant of, Dr. W. B. Murphy as deputy coroner. Another deputy will be selected later. Dr. Williams will reopen the coroner's office in the courthouse, which ha* ■ remained unoccupied since the days of' Former Coroner" Dennis. Some one will be 1n attendance at Uie office all day. A. riirliuiiMMMHr? itMKV Clan*—Mem- : bers of Division No. 7, A. 0. H., have formed. a, class for the study and practice ■of parlla-. meutary law. The initiative was taken -at; the' last meeting, after an interesting paper by J. C. Gubbins on the necessity of a gen trial knowledge of parliamentary law. Prac tical lessons will be given at the close ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

PEIOIY EVENING. JANUAEY L 1901. YERXA PRUNES "": i&^^Jl^SJic fill EC Fancy California Peaches. rtflunCO Sale limited.- Great CI/ m bargain.. Per 1b... — .O/aC EfiftC Strictly No. i selected, tf CUIIO per dozen „_. I*l IIIITTCD Strlot Dairy in .Tars. Bet- ffi- DUI I CII ter at 13c and 20o; per lb-.luG Butter SffiS^i 18c Butter j|*Kiss.i^^2sc Jelly lypure'^mblei ....ipc Starch &<:!?!?:. 4e DIaLVIaa Pint bottles Chow Chow, B. rISKieS Gherkins or p1ain....... -OG Meewsps^si^^Mllc Saver Kraut E^fi Sc Honey S*!L, 13s Tomatoes SffJ^fi 7o Corn Meal EX™ 4 ._.. 10c Apples fxu^ eßa°s xn;^!.:! rei!!r 85c Oranges. Large fancy Lemons, doz ■„■.„,.... 10c Mexican Oranges, doz 15c Florida Oranges, doz ................. 25c Extra large Navals, doz .............. 30c Grap© Pruit. each ...^ M ....»....»...5@80 Peerless Market. Sirloin Steak .....12%c Round Steak 10c Pine Rib Roast • .10@12&c Pot Roast 8c Thick Boiling Meat " 6c Rib Boiling Beef _„ 4c Leg ©' Lamb ..._ 15c Leg o' Mutton „....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

8 SOUTH DAKOTA TOPICS Fierce Patronage Fight Sustains the Interest, Now That the Senatorial Contest Is Settled. Governor Lee has only a few more days to serve, but he is making the most of them. On Tuesday the new officers will be sworn in and the governor will be a private citizen for the first time in four years. But he has just taken a step which he hopes will keep some of his friends in the pay of the state long after he has returned to his store and farms in Clay county. The resignation of Messrs. Lien and Brown from the state board of chari ties and corrections and the appointment of Messrs. Smith and Bacon are expected to do the business. These, of course, are recess appointments for unexpired terms, and the theory is they will hold without confirmation. Of themselves they amount to nothing aside from a little prestige. The patronage which the board controls is the milk in the cocoamit. A third, demo-pop on the board is Editor George w. Kingsbury of Yankton, who has ■two year...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

FRIDAY EVEXENG. JANUAEY I, 1901 v Northwestern Mines OLD 'UNS TO EXPAND Tamarack and Quincy to Increase Production 50 Per Cent. C. & H. COMPANY HAS A NEW MINE Growth of Copper District \ot 011 --tlueci tv the Oiieningr of Xew I l*ropertie». Special to The Journal. - Houghton. Mich., Jan. 4.—The growth of the lake copper district is by no means confined to the opening of new mines and the reopening of abandoned properties. The prospective increase in production for the next few years will come principally from the expansion of the older proper ties, which have been producing regu larly for the past fifteen to fifty years. The Calumet & Hecla is not only enlarging Its openings and reserves in the conglom erate mine, from which practically all its copper has been secured, but has also opened a very large mine on the parallel amygdaloid underlying the ! conglomerate at a distance of 730 feet, as the beds out crop on surface. The Tamarack bottomed Its Xo. 5 shaft lesa than three ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

10 NlfffFl DI ATE 307 Nicollet Aye. Clearance Sale... The Sale You Have Been Waiting For. All Our Broken Lines at WAY DOWN PRICES. Men's $1.25 Storm Overshoes, Ladies' ICT-button black cloth best Jersey cloth,coin Rf% Overgaiters, all sizes, 35c qual ..toeß,sizes 9to 12, only •Ow ity. Clearance «i Cp Men's $2 felt sole, lace and con- rice ....... ■*f t# gress, rubber between sole; best Ladies' $1.25 Felt Shoes, in lace Shoe ever sold fl£4 J&fk and button, all sizes. "fCw fors2.oo. H>* m*W%9 Clearance price OC Men's $2, $3 and $4= Shoes in Ladies' $1.00 Storm Overshoes, broken, lines; only 2or 3 pairs of fine jersey cloth, coin and wide a kind, but all sizes in the lot. toes, sizes 4to s^. JfLdtf* Clearance 4RI flfl This sale hMPIjI Price - mJIbIFIF Ladies |2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Men^B 3-buckle Emperor Over- box calf lace Street and Skat shoes, best Jersey cloth, coin ing Boots, all sizes, big lot. and wide toes, all sizes, $2.50 Clearance $* "9 (£3 I* quality. Clear- tf*4 CA p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1901. Sensational Clearing Sale Our great CLOAK AND SUIT REDUCTIONS^ are ;creating a great sen sation. Never have such values been offered in the Twin Cities. No let up until every garment is sold. Tailor-Made Suits. WALKING SUITS. B?.??£! i....512.5b and $42.50 SUITS ' £24.50 $^.00 and $27.00 SUITS $1450 *tf.oo and $47.00 SUITS- " $29.50 vT o.^.^ 81; 1^ $i9.so JACKETS. I*oo and $.0.00 JACKETS. $10.00 **oo JACKETS, $i 5.00 jAt: Krs: $12.50 K*^!^!!Z!!"""".":*i9.5o All our Novelty Coats and Newmarkets reduced without regard to cost or value. Flannel Waists- Kxt»a specialvai«.....; ;:..::.....s3ißs and $5.00 Flir Scarfs—Fur All our newest aDd most desirable Furi reduced iui otai li rui lVlUllb— without regard to cost or value. Children's Garments all greatly reduced. All Alterations charged at actual cost of labor. Fred. D. Young & Co., CLoAsufis. SYNDICATE BLOCK, furs. 513 NICOLLET. HAVE THEY POOLED? Rosewater and Thompson Have the Long End in Nebraska. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

12 AUCTION! AUCTIONS We offer, beginning To-morrow, Saturday, our entire stock of Fine Jewelry, Sterling Silverware, Cut Glass, Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Novelties. We are going to try and close out every article in our store. La dies are especially invited to attend this sale—lo:3o a. m. and 2:00 p, m. FISKE BROS., Jewelers, 32 Wash'n Aye. So. A. E. GREGORY, Auctioneer. THE SHANGHAI CONSULATE A Faithful and Interesting Account of John Goodnow's Official Life—The Busiest and One of the Most Influential Men in China. As is usual -with most political ap pointments, the selection of John C. Good now as United States consul-general "to Shanghai was violently opposed by a num ber of prominent leaders in his own party. As a rule, however, President : McKinley has shown excellent judgment, and has given evidence of being a shrewd reader of character. Most of his appointees have proved to be "the right man in the right place," and to this rule Mr. Goodnow has been no exception. He took ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JAtfTTAIr? ¥. im.^ THE S. DAKOTA WAY Trio of Whitecappers Sent Up for Ten Years Each. BURGLARY WAS THE CHARGE - l.ttw Breiikers In lv iiiHubary ( ounli Oiveu it Touch of Old-Fatih ioneil Justice. Special to The Journal. D« Smet. b. D., Jan. 4.—The people of Kingsbury county have had an object les son that they will not soon forget. The recent term of court sent seven men to ihe penitentiary for terms ranging from one year to ten years. The noted "whitecap" case ended dis astrously for the participants, and they will in the future let the law mete out justice instead of taking it into their own hands. On the evening of July 1 a number of men congregated at the home of Xels Sands, southeast of Lake Thompson, with the avowed intention lof paying him off for some alleged injury to the family of one of them. They dragged him out and belabored hfm with a club and then strung him up with a rope around his neck until -he was nearly dead. Andrew Sorstad, Fred Page, John Wing,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

v WHEAT IS DP AGAIN The Loss Yesterday Is Regained To-day. TRADERS A GOOD DEAL MIXED Chteasro la Talkinu About Soiue -My« --' Uuj liih—KurolHii Mar ket* Are Eaiy. • Close Close THE DAY'S RESULT To- Yes day, trd'y. May wheat, Minneapolis..."? 76% May wheat. Chicago .....77% ■ 76% May wheat, Duluth .....78% 77% May wheat, St. Louis....76Vi 75% May wheat, New Y0rk...82% Sl% Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan, *■ —May .wheat had upward tendency to-day and by nooa the price had reached 77 1,4 c, opening at 7fi?6c. The market was not clear to trad ers on either sld*. The bull* did not feel witli oertalaty that the price would go up, and the bears were not quite certain that it would go down. The market turned upward, which started scaJplng shorts to covering and gave wheat its strength. Whether there Is a buy Jag support under the market that can be depended on was not clear to-day. Wheat and flour cleared waa 425,000 bushels, corn 608,004. Liverpool closed %d lower. Pri mary receipts h...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 190 L Advertising is a Good Thing SNAIL ISLE'S QUEER BEACH It C_a__ren Color With the HUe and Kail of the Tide. "A day's sail from New Orleans lies Snail Isle, a strange and lonely island with a broad, low sandy beach that changes color with every flow of the tide," said Y. Burne Zelleks, -of the Crescent City. Mr. Zelleks is a man of wealth and leisure whose chief delight is yachting, and the outlines of his stanch and handsome yacht, the Sea Gull, are familiar to seafaring men In southern ■waters. < He is fond of the Gulf of Mexico, and spends his winters cruising along its shores. " "Bnail Isle, as the sailors call it," said Mr.' Zelleks, "is scarcely more" than two miles long. Half covered by the warm waters of the" gulf ut high tide, it seems to bear a charmed existence. Other islands larger and higher r than it have,been aw«pt away by the heavy storms. Yet the little, low-lying island is as large to-day as it •was fifty years ago, the old sailors ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 January 1901

16 MAKES MEN OF THEM General Ludlow Discusses Hazing at West Point INFLUENCE OF CADET DISCIPLINE Corp* Constitute* - the Main Educ» tional Agency of the Pntnre *'■ 1 Arniy Officer. Special to The Journal. Washington, Jan. 4.—Brigadier Greneral William Ludlow. the only West Point graduate in the present list of general officers of the line, says the traditions of the academy are all against the violent handling of cadets—indeed, there is an unwritten law, universally recognized, that their persons must be respected, and that they must not be touched by their fellow cadets in the hazing process. If a cadet was to be hauled out of bed, the hazers simply pulled the blanket upon •which he lay, and he came with it. If he \.as to eat something, it was set before him end he was advised to swallow it, but it was never forced down his throat "Moral suasion," not physical force, im pelled him to yield. General Ludlow con tinued: Th« academy is generally recognized as the best school of its kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUkBBIL. PRICE TWO CENTS. CLASH WITH YENEZDELA Asphalt Row on the Verge of Bloodshed. GOVERNMENT WILL ACT Rights of the Americans Will Be Protected by Force. WARSHIPS ARRIVE AT LA GUAYRA Attempt to Ui«po«i»««i« the A»pli«lt jinpunt un Affront to tlie ' - *.' ' tnited State*. Hew York Sun Spmolml Sopvlom Washington, Jan. 5. —The controversy over the possession of the pitch lake de posits in Venezuela first regarded as un important, has developed into a serious diplomatic incident that may make a rad ical difference in the relations between Venezuela and the United States. Advices received at the state depart ment indicate that a clash of arms be tween American citizens and Venezuelan soldiers may come at any time. An at tempt by the authorities of the republic to dispossess the New York and Burmudez company of Dart of its interests in the de partment of Sucre will probably be forci bly resisted by the company's employes. In an effort to avert bloodshed and seri ous d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

2 cific railroad had obtained control of the St. Paul road caused the. boom. The directors and leading capitalists in the properties interested were non-com mital, but the World learns that the new deal is as good as made with a billion backing. The Great Northern of which James J. Hill is the master mind, with the Northern Pacific, J. Pierpont Morgan's road, now controlls the St. Paul system, control of the stock being purchased by means of a loan of $28,000,000 placed to Mr. Hill's credit In the Chase National Bank of New York city, by Sir William Van Home of the Canadian Pacific, R. B. Angus, a director of the Bank of Mont real, and Lord Mount Stephen of Mont real. This means that the great war between the Canadian Pacific and the northwestern railroads of the United States is over, and that the ruinous rate cutting is at an end. New York is believed to be the objective point, and the Erie will in all probabili ties be the means of reaching it. The Hill and Morgan interests contr...

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

SATUKDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1901 wn dob Minneapolis People Much Interested in a Pretty Young Woman. Causes Great Excitement on Lowry Hill. Htr Name and Whereabouts Now a Hystery. L*6t week a pretty young woman, gentle iv appearance and of a refined nature, visited a large number of homes on Liowry hill, Introducing herself as Miss Casca rine. Everyone was greatly taken with her, and after she had explained her rea son for calling, one good-natured woman invited her to luncheon. Everyone in the home, ■which, by the way, is one of the handsomest on the hill, was fascinated "with the refined beauty of their guest, and after luncheon she had a very confiden tial talk with the hostess, who now claims that the information obtained from the young lady was very valuable and would be used. Miss Cascarine, it seems, re minded her that Cascarine was the great est family laxative and that she was mak ing a great mistake not to have it in the household. Miss Cascarine mentioned the names of pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

i The Old and The New Way Of Treating Catarrh, Bronchitis and Consumption THE OLD METHOD under which the death rate increased twenty per cent annually. THE NEW METHOD which reduced the death rate thirty-four per cent in 1900. The above facts obtained from statistics furnished by the government shows more plainly than words can express, the won derful change that has been made in the treatment of respiratory diseases during the past few years. Formerly, any Buf lerer from Catarrh, Asthma, Consumption or Bronchitis was at once placed under the care of a physician and dosed with all sort 6 of nauseating drugs and tonics. Even as far back as twenty-five years ago, the doctor seemed to be aware of the fact that in order to reach these diseases inhala tion must be used, and experimented with atomizers, sprays and douches, in the hope of finding some germicide which could b© forced into the bronchial tubes and lungs. That all these treatments proved practi cally useless is shown by the fac...

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

evening, January 5,1901. GOOD STRIKE ON Rockwood Street. A 30=BBlTwELL Los Angeles, Dec 81.—About the first Of October George R. Whitconib, formerly of Minneapolis, Mian., arrived here to take active management of the Green llountain Oil company, of which he had been elected president and manager at the time of its organization last June. Mr. Whltoomb came from a hustling, get-there city and evidently brought some of their vim with him, for the company was fi nanced and work was commenced on the lot, 1569 Rockwood street. Last Saturday Che well was completed and starts off at a thirty-barrel gait and from the amount of gas and the high gravity of the oil it is considered a very good strike indeed. This Ik the second well in that part of the field to be deepened and the results are even Xnore satisfactory to the Green Mountain company than was expected. Since the courageous move of this com pany in going down, expecting to find a tetond and better oil stratum Than the old cr first sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS I'otUuiaMter Lovejoy'* Vacation — Postmaster Lovejoy will set out to-night in pursuit of pleasure and health. Mr. Lovejoy will so first to Santa Fe, N\ M., and if not pleased with the climate there he may go to San Antonio, Texas. Vale Alumni nine To-nijtut — The annual meeting and banquet of the North western Association of Vale Alumni will ba held at 7 o'clock This evening at the Minne apolis Club. Anson Stokes, Jr., will be pres ent from New Haven to represent the univei sity. Some P. O. lleeordti Broken — The postal receipts. of the Minneapolis office for December, 1900, were $66,361.61. This is 8 gratifying increase of $9. r.M.43 over ihe same month of 1899. This establishes a new rec ord for the sale of stamps in in single month. The - receiving and paying clearings of the local division in the money order department shows $2^,:.o:u;::, against $242,361.29 in De cember, 1599, an increase of 25 per cent. This b.-eaks the record in this department also. . (iropery Cl...

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