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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

\M: WASP WAISTS Are not much in evidence among Ameri can women. The women of America are workers, and a weak waist handicaps a worker. But woman has a greater v. *.-. .r - handicap ' than a *V^kSTV* --. weak waist. ' She QjCss^^HkP^^S-? may have a per- feet form, beauti -3^ ful and strong in •/C^^^fei a^ ne3» an(^ l^^^l yet be weak be / h|\ cause her strength / « F » is undermined by .«F diseases peculiar v ; to her sex. There is no room for argument as to the weakening effect of these diseases.. There is also no room for argument as to the power of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription to cure them. It regulates the periods, stops unhealthy drains, heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It is a purely veget able preparation, and cannot disagree with the weakest constitution. There ia no alcohol in * Favorite Prescription," and it is entirely free from opium, cocaine and all narcotics. Sick women suffering from chronic forms of female diseases are invited to consu...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. GREAT CLOSING SALE M»iwa.iiiiw MIMING SHARES A Money Making Opportunity of Greater Import Than Hasf Ever Before Crossed Your Path, and the Best That Will Ever Come to You Buring Your Lifetime. jGTQnIy ten days more for "Queen Bee"; only twenty days more for "Kettle-Curlew"; only thirty days more for "Boundary Gamp" shares. After that the unsold shares will be distributed free to shareholders in proportion to their holdings. The time has been greatly shortened. The wind-up and distribution will take place March i instead of April i. This is the last announcement that will be made. Dividends equal to 25 per cent on investments guaranteed by May 1 next. Five dividends already paid. Dividends equal to 80 per cent a year absolutely certain. The grandest mining promotion success of any century. We started alone and now have more than thirty imitators in the Twin Cities. Clear titles to all properties; two great city sites; mills running; complete protec...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

8 These Prices May Be Raised Any Dag wiinoin Notice][ I Peremptory, Final and Unreserved Closing Out Sale of "Queen Bee," 1 "Boundary Camp" and "Kettle Curlew" Shares. I I XS hbp v wafifl vftSvA w Tgnr flCftrmfflnßi blJt gfStJßl.fi. B Iff ■ JisLcf BT 1 fr 1! t*L J» mah™ H fl- 8* «JajPl'^ 1&^ Q Vlbj^CS I F j andc^v^ I^ollll^* ooll^ °n without the further I |:| opportunity connected with the mining investment business ||| ~ ** **l d llTftZ T*?™! corporations will bein a position to obtain any money they may J ■ Ml need from time to time in the financial market without resorting to the further sale of ft 3 iraH9jraaK|^^^^Baß^ rj^mj »k Bkßpgmg nowma i ai. mm; ma jamnowinn Shares. .'■.,.-..-,. ■». ■, . if 4 iMOr OXCT/L2l T MTOTICES ■ Shareholders will please remember that a person holding 10,000 shares will receive I d The American Mining and Investment Company hereby gives official notice to all jUSt double as many.-of thes» free as will one holding 5,000, and so on in proportion. T...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

I GREATEST OFFER VET MADE BY THE A IH. I. CO. \\ | The Mew Smelter and Reduction Works Issue, to Be Called I 1 the "Smelter Issue." i ] THIS CIRCDLAR SUPERSEDES ALL OTHERS ON THIS SUBJECT, A! WILL REMAIN PERMANENT AS TO TERMS, WITH AN I j INCREASE OF PRICE OF SHARES EVERY THIRTY DAYS. [ 4 Never Before Was There Such An Opportunity to Make Small and Large Investments With Absolute Security and the Oertainty of Large Profits. An f | Opening for Rich and Poor Alike. A Small Investment Pays as Much in Proportion as a Large One. You Can >r 1 , Invest from $3 to $30,000. Study This Carefully. ] I J IMMENSE SMELTER PLANT AT CURLEW. shall be paid out by S. A. Kemp, trustee, only on the order of C. R. Tuttle, coun- To be sure, 27,000,000 shares of the capital stock of the three companies to-wit W / A * TVo k * .. . .v. „_ „_-■,, J. „ „ tersigned by the chief engineer of the respective plants or works, and only to the 11,000,000 shares of "Kettle-Curlew" 11 000 000 shares of -'Boundary Pam...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

i» »C©)c*: ■'. • , • ___ K''\'}'' ■ *'■ .:... ■ *. • , - *. . . 'cifSV) | i^l . — . _. _ .r— - _____ -; w .^ „ • , ~~~ ; - .-.._■. . ~~~ ~ "~r~. " : 7~~ T ~~~~~~T ''-"J^l: \ M& Those there are who think that the field for the mining business is a nar- *- >v* facturing and commerce, but for every dollar man may wring out of these If you are a doctor, quit doctoring and go to mining. The world has too :§i& r*S^> row one, and that only those should engage in it who were born especially for : . .pursuits,; he may realize a thousand in the mining business. For every dollar many doctors already. There is no money in it as a rule, and you can make %W~ fOX, the business. .They, know nothing about the mining business, and because they - there is in the soil of Mother Earth, or in the traffic and manufacture of its a hundred dollars out of mining where you can make a cent practicing medi-. il^j: *[;il^V are wrongfully prejudiced against it, they will probably live and die in "ti...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. A VERY LITTLE COMMON SENSE In Treating COUGHS, CATARRH AND CONSUMPTION Will Save Thousands of Lives Annually. DO YOU USE IT? That thousands of lives could be saved annually if the people who are afflicted with respiratory diseases, used a little coaimou sense in treating the same, is a Weil known fact to all medical men. It seems, however, that although men and women exhibit good sound judgment in conducting the ordinary affairs of life, the moment they find themselves afflicted with disease they Immediately lose their head; forget to use their reasoning pow ers and eventually become victims of their own folly. Especially is this true of those who con tract catarrh, bronchitis and consumption. Every man, woman and child who can read, now understands that consumption is a germ disease; that these germs are located in the lungs and must be destroyed before there is any possibility of a cure being effected. Every one of these people have been taught ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

12 SO MORE PNEUMONIA . Naples Professor Finds a Serum That Will Cure It. DOCTORS TRY IT WITH SUCCESS Professor Payne Discovers the Bacilli That Cause the Disease. New York Sun Special Sarvlco New York, Feb. 2.—Pneumonia, the fatal attendant of grip, which is filling the hos pitals and raising the country's death rate, is now said to be a» easily cured as a cold in the heed. According to a re port to the New York Academy of Medi cine by Dr. Antonio Fanoni, an anti pneumonia serum has been discovered "which is a certain cure for the disease. The discoverer of the eerum is Professor Payne of the Royal University of Naples. It is now taught that pneumonia is caused by infection by a microbe or bacil lus. The bacilli, -working in the blood and tissues, produce certain poisons which cause the recognizable features of the dis ease. Physicians say that If the microbes can be destroyed the disease will disap pear. The serum discovered by Professor Payne Is injected either just under the skin...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. KNOCK OUT THE GRIP Read Carefully the Follow= ing Advice of Dr. A. H. Keller, Sioux Falls, S. D., the Most Prominent Nose, Throat and Lung Specialist in the West. "I will send to any man or woman in the United States or Canada my famous Sylvan Ozone, which will cure the grippe or any cold in one day. Sylvan Ozone i 3 the greatest grippe preventive in exist ence and I can honestly say that it has cured everyone who has used it properly. Sylvan Ozone is Nature's own germicide and ig inhaled in the throat, nose and lungs and destroys and expels every form of microbe. It is the very luxury of medi cation and healing. It is safe, pleasant and convenient to use and readily available for babe or adult. It cures. It checks all discharges of the nose and eyes, stops sneezing, promptly relieves the throat and lungs and tones up the system. If you have the grippe a severe cold or any trouble with your nose, throat or lungs write to me stating your case fully...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

v T^if^ \Zf\ll $"£*£s fi fhd^ftt ? f&S^ Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and %_J\J J \JU I %££&%& LAA&ill 9 iJIK? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising Putrail* of the want page should out this out for reference as It will not appear every day. INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS To easily find any heading, not© th« num ber opposite the ; heading in th» Index;, the headings of each department are numbered consecutively as in indext l-Aijoul" "Wanted. Announcements. —Auction Sales. 4—Accountant*. ©2—Belgian Hares. 6—Business Personal*. 6—Business Opportunities. 7—Business Specials. , Bicycles. 9—Business Bargains. Board and Rooms. 11—Board Offered. r\ Board Wanted. - , i O9—Castings. 18—Cow*. Clairvoyants. Detective Agency. 64—Detective Bureau. 16—Dressmaking. 10—Dyeing and Cleaning:. IS—Dentistry. Educational. Financial. 20—For Sale, Miscellaneous. 75—For Sale, Stocks and Bond*. Sl—For Rent, Unfurnished Houses. ■542—For Rent, Furnished Hou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 190 L rift \ff}ll ff*£iri '/-fjflffj^f^S^ Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and M^TKJ J \Jlrl 1 k^CIU 1111*111 • gjK 7 seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising NIMBER 31-Continued. SILK VELVET COLLAR, 50c; OVERCOAT sleeves relined, 50c; pants recut into style 76c; suits steam cleaned, $L At Anthony tailor, 118 Washington ay N. WANTED—IOO TIE MAKERS. 10 CTS FOR tamarack, 11 cents for cedar; board $4 a week; oue year's work guaranteed R E White, Koife River, Minn., Millie P. O. Miller gj^chols, 8 Ist st S, Minneapolis. WANTED - 1,000 INTELLIGENT PEOPLE ■who wish to become more intelligent to maß this coupon of inquiry to-day: COUPON OF INQUIRY. MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Gentlemen: Please send me specimen pages and beautiful illustrations of the New Na tional Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Atlas, also specimen pages of your Home Study Library, as well as terms ou the Combination Deal whereby 1 can get the two sets lor the pric...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

16 FUMY OLD METHODS. fill. Our Children TIM Oar Ways as Strange as We Hunt Onr Forefathers? Chance for Improvement Still in Many Things. Perfection Has Been Reached in Many Others. Suppose you were obliged to go to New York. Wouldn't it seem strange to you to get into an old-fashioned, musty-smelling, jolt- ing stage coach? It was not so many years ago that people had to travel that way. Think of the inconveniences, think of the hardships, even, they were obliged to suffer; aud think of the time consumed. We doubt whether these experiences tended to lengthen their lives. It is just so with hundreds of other things. A great Improvement is announced. We mar vel at it for a few days, and then accept it as a matter of course. Now, if it is necessary to go to some distant city,-we are made as com fortable, if not more bo, than though we re mained right in our own homes, and a few hours brings us, without fatigue, to our desti nation. There is not a man living who would prefer the old way...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

PART II in JOURNAL JUNIOR DID HAMILTON KILL "LEN" DAY? , . . ■ . — ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ . ■ .* ■ F. H. HAMILTON, Accused of the Murder. Frank H. Hamilton, charged with the murder of Leonard R. Day at the West Hotel, in the early morning of Sunday, Nov. 25, will be placed ou trial at 10 o'clock Monday morning before Judge Brooks in the mait court room. There was some talk of trying the case in Judge Harrison's court room because of the mis erable acoustic properties of the large room, which make the human voice scarce ly intelligible six rows back. Judge Brooks believed the main room would be better for the biggest attraction which the dis trict court will offer this year. Its superior seating capacity is an im portant item to be taken into consideration In handliug the big crowd which will flock to the courthouse ihf nioeuint the doors are open A3 o inlay morning. Sheriff Pnil Megaarden will swear iv ad ditional deputies if need be iv order to pre serve the peace in the crush which will doubtl...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

2 - Pulpit and Pew TWENTY YEARS OLD Y. P. S. C. E. Almost of Age This Week. A CELEBRATION AT PORTLAND Society \uw Mat* 3.G40.000 Meiuliem — Almoat 70,000 Societies—Cov er* the Wliolc World. Christian Endeavor World. The celebration of the twentieth anni- Yersury of the birthday of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor is being celebrated in Portland, Maine, the original home of the society. The cele bration began last Thursday and continues until Feb. 3, inclusive. This anniversary is peculiarly Interesting to young people in .Minneapolis, where there are so many societies, and where the Endeavorers were once so successfully entertained in national convention. It is a great stride from the one infant society of two decades ago to the more than 70.000 societies to-day, having 3,640, --0w members," white, black, brown, yellow and variously tinted. What organization has a better right to bid friends to a birthday party. It was in Portland, Maine, Feb. 2, 1881, that the wee be...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

v SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK ANOTHER LITERARY HOAX, THE ENGLISH WOMAN'S LOVE LETTERS ARE NOT GENUINE. THE XJUEEN AS AN AUTHOR AND HER ATTITUDE TOWARDS AUTHORS. A NEW BOOK OF MEMOIRS ON TENNYSON. ANTHONY HOPE AND HIS FORTHCOMING NOVEL OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL LIFE. A STRANGE EDITORIAL STAFF. Correspondence of The Journal. j-j—X^EVVSTORK, Jan. 30.—50 the literary world has been hoaxed again! The I "Love Letters of an English Woman" are not genuine after all. I^^W^^-ccording to the story given out by the publishers of this volume, the Bj were collected after the death of the English woman who wrote I»^^Jl *toem, and only the profane hands of a sympathetic editor touched them before they >*re given to the English publisher. Now all doubts as to the authen ticity of the letters are removed, though the name of the author is not yet generally known. Murray's Review, however, announces as a leading feature for their March number an article by...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL, in published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Buildins, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. miiaoii. Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing; Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one m0nth............ $0.35 One copy, three months 1-00 One copy, six months .....J -.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 On© copy, one month... 35 cents Single copy 2 cents Advertisers Prove Circulation. =THE , ; J |"Jt, Minneapolis Journal Leads All the Minneapolis Papers in Advertising for January, 1901, by a Large Margin. Look at These Figures: Measurement for January, 1901. Columns Journal—Evening—27 issues 1049 Tribune—Evening—27 issues... 663 Times—Morning—27 issues and 4 Sundays 915 Tribune—Morning —27 i...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATUBDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2, 1901, STUDYING HISTORY OF MINNESOTA Hamline Fortnightly Club Is Diligently Delving Into Old Records and Gathering Interest ing Data of the Pioneers. The Fortnightly Club of Hamline has departed from the custom seemingly prev alent among clubs to roam in foreign fields, and is devoting its energies to ob taining information in regard to its own state of Minnesota. It is the first of the many study clubs to make out a sys tematic program, and the members are enjoying the work quite as much as they did when they rambled In far away coun tries. The club took up the study of Minne sota last fell at the suggestion of the president, Mrs. C. N T. Akers, who was anxious that more original work should !**—,—„ ; ■ ,r MISS CORA B. MONTGOMERY, Secretary Hamline Fortnightly Club. Tie done and saw in the proposed sub ject an opportunity for more personal in vestigation. The club was enthusiastic from the beginning, and the members have haunted the rooms of the State H...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

6 1 fIU NORMAN HOLT fl ' KjrJK Genewl CHARLES^ KIKQ-^^^X SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. Norman Holt, favorite son of an old Ken tucky family, is reprimanded at West Poiut for duelling aud Is withdrawn by his high ■plrlted father. Hla come-comlng in the win ter of 18M is celebrated by an old-fashioned Kentucky Christmas gathering. Atnong the tfuests are Daisy Lane, daughter of Dr. Holt's lawyer, and J. Burnett Malloy, both of Cin cinnati. The latter brings letters of intro duction from Lane's partner, Mr. Maclntyre, and is courteously received, but arouses the Jealousy of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lane. Malloy separates Miss Lane from the main party during a fox hunt and at the Christmas ball the same evening effects an air of proprietorship distasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to his rival, Norman Holt. But all ill feeling is forgotten when at midnight all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christ mas punch, which ceremony is Interrupted by a midnight messenger, who announce...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, 1901. THEATERS. BILLS or TIIK WEEK "What Did Tomiikins Do?"—and ••The l'urish rrlesf—at the Metro jtolitan. ••M'liss"—ut tlie Bijou. . • Bowery Burlesque rs — at the Dewey. At the Metropolitan, commencing to morrow evening, for four nights and a souvenir matinee, Wednesday, Harry Corson Clarke, the 'WHAT DID well-known c o me dian, will be seen TOMPKIXS DO?" here for the ilrst time as a star at the head of his own company. The play, is "What Did Tompkins Do?" The story deals with the' endeavors of "Colonel".. -Tompkins, a frolicsome, genial gentle man of 50, a' New York club man, to in dulge his taste for high living by adding 10 his meagre income in divers —not the least of which is the organization of a theatrical company— for which he se cures a financial backer in one Josiah Plant. Now "angel" Josiah has just in herited a fortune from his father on con dition that he carry out certain provi sions stipulated In the will. Other condi tions apply to hi...

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

8 WHAT WILL MINNE ACHIEVE IN THE NEXT HALF CENTURY? Spirited and Sensible Suggestions by Some of the Substantial and Keen-Sighted Men of the Flour City —A Twentieth Century Symposium. In 1850 Colonel John H. Stevens moved into a little cottage overlooking the Falls of St. Anthony. He and his bride were the first settlers of Minneapolis proper. So the city began her career with the sec ond half of the nineteenth century and commences her own second half-century while the world Is starting upon its twen tieth. The first five decades of Minneapolis' achievement are now history. It has been v. period of marvelous commercial devel opment.. Beginning with a barren prairie, without railroads, without people, Minne apolis has become one of the great cities Of the country, and stands first in the world in several important departments of manufacturing industry. Backed by an agricultural empire, even yet but par tially developed, the possibilities of the future seem almost limitless. And, whi...

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

The Journal Jvmior The First Booh When Minneapolis Juniors Received Their Formal Introduction Into the World of Literature. •* * * * BBESaBSfeHE first volume varied in text from the simplest. TA, H, C rhymes to "Hiawatha," "Rob.nson Cru j soe" and "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and in length I ■£. from a booklet in big print to 400 pages in fine i-in—itwinrt type. Some accomplished this undertaking as a matter of pride, others for a reward and one lone ■«*• *^15q Junior waded through his primer as a pun ■SSSSESI ishment. Some did not begin their first volume le\ '■■■"* ' until they had become fairly good readers, but Fe i c"f] others started in as soon as they had mastered 1 V\f ffff the alphabet and spelled their -way through. The 4%V§*^ a majority disposed of the big words by skipping jfcl-fcEjgJS them. Two days were all that were necessary, for Eaam3asa& many of the young readers, while a number needed a year or more. The names and the plots of the stories were forgotten by a number wh...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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