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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUAKY 6 f 1901. GREAT RESOLUTION SALE OF FINE SHOES Knoblauch's Arcade Shoe House 239 NICOLLET *YE, AN3 23 AND 2S SO. WASHINGTON AYE. ANNUAL MARK DOWN ON SEASONABLE FOOTWEAR, Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to Get Reliable Shoes For Less Ladies' Department Ladies' Sandal Rubbers, sizes 2£ to 4, worth 40c. Sale Of* price.... i. ... wv Ladies' 75c Felt House OTff% Slippers, half price, only ** « w Ladies' $1.50 kid, lace OR ft and button. Sale price.. ©©V 72 pairs Ladies' Laird, Shober & Co.'s and others' kid, welt sole and turn sole, button and lace; were $4.00 and $5.00. $*<] QC£ Sale price........ .V l"*f O Ladies': $2.00 am/$2.50 kid and calf, lace and button, cloth and kid tops. Sale flti price M> ■■O«F Ladies' 50c Candeeßub- AA^ bers, first qual.' Sale pr., «■ «Pw Ladies'6oc Candee Storm OQjf* Rubbers. Sale price .... Vv %M Ladies' Strap Sandals and Opera Slippers, were $1.25 and "7 Of* $1.50. Sale price ■ *f © $5.00 and $6.00 Laird Shober &...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

12 MAY WHEAT SOLD LOWER, BUT WAS STUBBORN Continued Declining Tone at Liver pool the Principal Depress ing Factor. BEARISH BRADSTREET FIGURES Market Holds Surprinlnnly Well Avainat Weakening Xe\v«— General Gohhlii. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. C. —Wheat wus weak and lower to-day up to the close, when It closed stronger on export talk. While- bearish sentiment seemed the rule, yet the market was stubborn against decline and held well in the face of a gen eral repetition of weakening news. May opened Vie off at 74 I,ic There was evidence of support curly, principally from scalping shorts who bought In for profits. May re covered to 74% c. Through the first half of the session the market showed tendency to »lide off but was free from pressure except at intervals. Continental markets were ■teady, Antwerp unchanged .and Paris 15 to 2u centimes higher. Liverpool made another decline of %d early, and closed %d lower. Northwestern receipts were 269, against 356 last year. The conti...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBKUAKY 6, 1901. §£% WW #% I! IIIII^B %M Wm tUP IEL ■ JSiKtX i A Backache strikes you at any time comes when you least expect it—comes as a warning i X X note from the Kidneys Sudden twinges of pain— Sudden twitches Sudden aches The Kidneys _^^^^^^^^^^^S © j|J cause ft all—They cry for help Heed the warning— Go to their aid— Go equipped to help them *S^*^ J^M^B^HKftp © A There is one sure remedy and it's endorsed by people who know—by people here at home. X I CURE CURE x X A bad back, a lame, a weak, an aching: back, \^^^^| rk . v hit- ._ . .. * * 0 %xt <■ -i * . „ i j ißf ;«L \ Diabetes, all Urinary and Bladder troubles, reten- X 0 Not a single symptom in - all : the calendar of x\ W b » \ .. ... IT . .£ J - W X Kidney in Doan's Kidney Pills will not relieve "^SPWmV ' tion of the Unne,infrequent or too frequent Urinary $ i Kidney Ills Doan's Kidney Pills will not relieve «&\ d,.charts, al dangerous bladder and Kidney X 0 ... i^__ discharges, all dangerous...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 February 1901

16 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE ON THE AGE LIMIT Senator Halvorson Introduces Two Important Bills. SEVERE PENALTIES ARE FIXED The Intent Is to Prevent Crimea Such aa Have Become Too Frequent. For the better protection of womanly virtue the raising of the "age of consent" and the imposition of severe punishment on those who take advantage of woman's weakness or child's innocence, Senator Halvorson introduced two bills this morn ing. The "age of consent" is raised to 18 years, at which age, under the laws, a female person ceases to be an infant. This is a provision for which the social purity leagues and other organizations have lab ored for years, but with small success in Minnesota, at least. In one of Senator HaJvorson's bills the carnal abuse of a female child under 10 is made punishable by imprisonment for life and there is no I il7 \^ Senator Hller Horton, St. Paul—Now, they do call me a silk stocking. alternative. The crime against girls be tween 10 and 14 may be punished by im prison...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNJiE PRICE TWO CENTS. TRAIN JUMPS THE TRACK At Least Five Killed in an Erie Road Wreck. ONE REPORT IS EIGHT Broken Strap at a Rail Joint Is the Cause of the Wreck. ENGINE BURIED, CARS TELESCOPE Soldier* of the Tenth I. S. Infantry Are un Board Bouud for Manila. Greenville, Pa., Feb. 7.—While running at high speed, passenger train No. 5 on the Erie railroad was wrecked near here to day. Five passengers were killed outright and ten were injured. The dead: UNKNOWN MAN, had ticket for Rush vllle, Ind., and postal card in bis pocket ad dressed to the Adams Produce company, Rushville, Ind. HARRY A. HART, sergeant major Tentii infantry, bound for Fort Vrook, Neb. PETER J. CURRY, same, home in Phila delphia. MAX, about 25, supposed to be Clarence Leek, Somerville, N\ J. UNKNOWN MAN. still In the wreck. The ifcjured: Carmie Goliguer, Carbondale, Pa., bruised; Carmie Greceo, Carbondaie, Pa., bruised; Ivan Lester Smith, Canistoj, N. V., badly bruised; Joseph Kennedy, Spring...

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

z have Miss Slagie's statement, which, it 1b said, differs somewhat from her present recollection of her conversation with Hamilton and the language be used when expressing his contempt for Day. >li*a Maul*' Interviewed. A Journal man discussed the case •with Miss Slagle at her home, 307 Plym • outh avenue N T, this morning. He found the young woman suffering from intense nervousness and utterly weary of the whole affair. She was attired in a fetch ing morning gown, and reclined on a couch in oriental fashion. A great crim son poppy showed in her raven hair. Two costly vases filled with bouquets of red roses adorned the center table. The latest music was open on the piano. A tempting dish of fruit peeped out from an artistic little stand. The atmosphere of the room indicated the care and em bellishment of a refined, educated woman. Miss Slagle was asked to make a state ment for the press. She said: "I have no statement to make. If I am called as a witness, I shall tell what I kno...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

♦ THURSDAY EVENING, FEBEUAKY 7, 1901. CAPTAIN OF FIRE DEPT. * Gapt. H, H. Thomson Advises the Use of Dr. Greene's Nerviira. This Wonderful Body Builder and Strength Re storer Should Be Used Now. * CAPT. H. H. THOMSON OP MEWKAPOLIS FIRE DEPT. No occupation in the world requires more perfect nerve force and physical strength than is demanded of its members by a modern fire department. The members of this branch of the public service must be ready x at all hours of the day or night, and in all degrees of heat, cold or exposure, to answer the call of the public, and protect life and property. At all times they must have bodily strength and a clear brain. Without this we would never hear of the wonderful feats of bravery and rescue performed by them. Nothing in the world will build up strength like Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. Captain Thomson's strong statement, which we publish herewith, carries weight, and is echoed everywhere by those who rely on Dr. Greene's Nervura b...

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

4 THE JOURNAL •'* LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H E J O V R N,A'X is published every evei)in«, exoept Snodu)-, at 47-48 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minu. . c. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. v CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. ; i \- u :"." X, r'\.fi- *:, SUBSCRIPTION TERMS r Payable to The Journal Printing Co. : delivered by mail. , One copy, one month • $0.35 One copy, three m0nth5............... 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 A Royal Weddihg The young queen of the Netherlands, "Wilhelmlna, was married to-day to Duke Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin at the Hague, where the queen was born in 1880. The groom is of the grand ducal house of Mecklenburg,.the only reigning ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 7, 1901 Established 1882. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. ' : Bargairv Friday ', f£ $10 t^nd $12 Overcoats for $5 gttffjik j* Of these w* have about 15 Coats, in blue, black and JH |^ brown kers» cloths: 34 to 35 sizes. ÜBBk $3 Pivnts for $1.45 pjfe||s About 50 pairs of Pants; broken lots JR^ 4*5 |P|i£||| : from suits; they are regular $3 values, ***■•»»* for H Mo^ $20 Suits for $9.50 ilf $fl| These are broken lots of our best- sell- <C^^ K(\ fl |\\l ' ing styles; not one worth less than $20. v**^J #wrv || |BL for .......... *Jr \ Bargains in Boys' Clothing, Etc. £;S? aPi' for gd shoppers in our Boys' and Children's Department/ $1.00 will buy Friday, while they, last, your choice of Boys' Knee Pant suits, ulsters, cape overcoats and reefers, sizes 3 to 14 years, odds and ends, broken lots and sizes, values up to $6; only one garment f\f\ to a customer. Bargain Friday at ..;...... ... »J> J! .UVJ We have only a few of those $6 and $8 Boys' Ulsters, O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

c CITY NEWS "\V. H. Flnneiran Deaa—W. H. Finne gan, son of John and Mary Finnegaii, died Tuesday. The funeral will take place from 418 Seventh avenue NE Thursday at 2 o'clgek. J. l). Hickey Dead— James D. Hlckey died of tuberculosis at his home, 1078 Central avenue Tuesday night. He leaves a widow and two small children. The remains will be takeu to Hastings for interment. Baston's New Work—Former Repre sentative John J. Baston of the forty-third district, left last night for Indian Territory to accept a position under -.ac Dawes lndiau commission. His work will be in the line of timber estimating. Arm Vaccination Sot Forbidden- Minneapolis telephone girls deny that they are oouipelled to submit to vaccination elsewhere than ou the arm. The Chicago exchange isaued suuli an order because tne resulting •ore arms might interfere with switch board operation. Glaxon Luiifi tfitiO — Olson Glaxon ot Wlshet, N. L>., being iv towu to see the sights w&t'to' tho Jumbo theater Tuesday ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

- THURSDAY EYEOTISTQ, FEBETTAKT 7, I9OT. VERXA Finest of fine groceries. No one has any better; few as gfood—certainly no one has lower prices on best quality. Oranges, Very Cheap. Good California Budded Oranges, any size, full peck measure for. ..' 60c Per box, only ......" $2.00 Per dozen ...12c; 14e,16c, 18c, 20c 22c, 30c California Navel Oranges, per box $2.25 Same, per doz.:.-. J.:.:10c, 12c, 16c, 18c, 20c Fancy California Navel Oranges, very j large, very bright and sweet, per box .....$2.40 Same, per dozen, (worth 60c)....... 38c Sierra Madra Oranges oVr^ ally sweet.deltclous flavored grown iv the foot hills of the Sierra Madra. There never was flaw fruit offered in An g%g% this city: per box #«|iUU From ' 15c per dozen up. Florida Russett. per box 53,00 rlOriUa Dozen 300 and 350 SOiUO Grape Fruit Ea Ch le«8e Lemons dozen?..'..ioa isoand 20c Eggs , Strictly fresh, I9e CgjgS ■ d0zen...... 190 Potatoes Best Burbank. full 60- . 48c rOiaiOeS. lb. bushel, bu. 46C Cwaal Papm Northe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

8 WHEAT MARKET WAS QUIET ON FIRMER RANGE Recovery in Liverpool and Good Ex port Inquiry Brought a Slight Advance. WINTER WHEAT CONDITIONS GOOD >*orthwe«tern Receipt* Hold Even IVlth Lnit Year—General New* of the Market. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 7. —A turn in Liverpool with a higher close In place of the weakness that has ruled of late, put firmness into the local market and opened . May wheat %@%c higher, at 74%@74%c. Aside from the Liverpool recovery of gd, there was rot much to give strength. Northwestern re ceipts were 299 cars, against 300 a year ago. Moderate winter weather is general over the entire west, with more enow in lowa, Ne braska, Illinois, Kansas and Missouri. The Price Current says the average condition of the growing crop i» better than at this time last year. Export business yesterday ran to 94 loads and there was | renewed inquiry this morning with 35 loads reported taken early. Nevertheless Chicago said there "were prlvaje cables there to the eff...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

THURSDAY EVEJS'OU, FEBRUARY 7, 190 L MINNESOTA NORTHFIELD — Horace Blood, father of C. H. Blood, a young lawyer, is dead. LITTLE FALLS—Workmen are laying the foundation of the new pulp mill of the Hen nepln Paper company's plant. STILLWATER—PauI Nieman was killed by a tailing log at James McGrath's camp, at Finlayson. The body was brought here. GRANITE FALLS—The Columbia elevator, at Minnesota Falls, was destroyed by fire.' It contained about 8.000 bushels of wheat. . PERHAM—The contract for the enlarge ment of the lighting plant was awarded to the Triumph Electric company. The con sideration was ?39,000. MARSHALL-Dr. John Sinclair, of St. Paul, lectured last night in the opera-house, under the auspices of the Endeavor societies on --The Passion Play." WINONA—The Winona Weekly Leader has been sold to P. J. Barth, of Arcadia, Wis. The paper will be run straight democratic and will be the organ of the party. OWATONNA-C. H. Johnson, station agent for the North-Western road, has been ap...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 February 1901

& MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE GIVEN A HABD BLOW Senator Wilson's Constitutional Convention Bill. 27 VOTES ARE CAST AGAINST IT The OppOßttlou Offers No Explaiio -1 tion-There Would Be Xo Ex pense Attached. Twenty-seven senators voted against Senator Wilson's constitutional convention bill this morning, giving it a well nigh fatal blow. Mr. Govern, however, moved to reconsider. Little has been said about the plan and it has been taken for granted that the bill would pass readily. But its enemies this morning mustered twenty seven votes. Only twenty-nine votes were recorder in its favor. The defeat is a bad one, as forty-two senatos, or a two-thirds vote, is required for passage. Not one of the opposition had anything to say in explanation of their attitude ex cept Senator Potter, who was not willing to saddle the expense of a constitutional convention on the taxpayers. But the bill does not create any expense. Senator Wil eon said that the state constitution "was adopted forty years ago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNiS PRICE TWO CENTS. DEMANDS ON THE CDBANS Platt Resolution Puts Them Into Form. PASS AT THIS SES^IJ . —^—— V Guarantee to Spaniards, Base,*" Debt and Treaties. RECOVER SOME EXPENSES OF WAR Spooner Will Try to Fasti His Phil ipiiine Resolution at the Mime Time. From Tfie Journal liurt.au. Room US, J'osi iiuildina, Washington. Washington, *Feb. S. —The Cuban ques tion is beginning to assume definite form M far as the administration plans are concerned. Senator Platt of Connecticut, chairman of the committee on relations with Cuba, has prepared a resolution which expresses in detail what the administra tion believes the Cuban constitution should .contain regarding the retatlous of the island with this country and the rest of the world. This resolution was submitted informally to a number of republican sen ators yesterday, and at 4 o'clock it was taken to the White House by Mr. Platt. Later he carried it to the war -depart ment where he had an interview with Secreta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

2 In the Hamilton case resemble famous Americans. Jonh F. Moorhouse, a furnace man, 2941 Lyndale avenue S, the first man called this morning, bore a marked resemblance to Sol Smith Russell. He was against capital punishment. "I don't believe any man should be con demned to death," he said. He was promptly excused. "I don't believe in capital punishment under any circumstances," explained Fay- ette Bousfield, of 19 Thirteenth street S, clerk for tbe Bousfleld Wood and Wire company, who was called next. "You may go," said the court. The third man was Joseph L. Wilford of 447 Nicollet avenue, a "mill furnish er," a very nervous man. Mr. Board man discovered that the talesman knew Mr. Xye slightly and without asking any further questions withdrew his challenge *md said: •Juror accepted." Capital Punishment Got Him Out. Mr. Wilford saw a loophole when the clerk told him to stand and be sworn; he stepped to tho bench and held a whispered consultation with the court. ' "The jurer tells me ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

j^EIDAY EVENING, FEBKUAKY 8, 1901. ■ ..." Z^^^^^^^^^ . \ ■'-". ' ■-.--■ ----■■• -■ ■ -*■ - ■ •*■ ' ->t ;** £ - ':■ ■ ■•■■ ■„;,■ j ■■■*■■■■ \-, ■■■-,■■ ■ * <"■ ■ ..'&■ r- * "■-. | -*"i ,y ■■■= FALLING HAIR Save Your Hair with Shampoos of XAnd light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures. This treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes ■' irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots ' with energy and nourishment, and makes the I hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy I scalp when all else fails.; MILLIONS USE CUTICURA SOAP Assisted by Cuticuha Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and beautify ing the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and healing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, and for all the pur poses of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Women use C...

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

a THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOK. THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blilson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87. 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SIMSIUII'TION 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 CHAAGES ] OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papere 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 the office In every case that their paper i« not de...

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