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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY KVENTNe. FEBRUARY 8. 1901. Nortt.wesfepiiMii.es NEW STAMP MILLS Indubitable Indicators of Activity in Copperdom. PLANTS TO COST ABOUT $2,000,000 Copper Range Hnilroad Makes Ad vantageoas Contracts With Some Heavy Shipper*. Special to The Journal. Houghton, Mich., Feb. B.—The activity prevailing in the lake copper district is well illustrated by the number of new mills now building or under contract, these having a total of thirty stamps, with a capacity to reduce 15,000 tons of re fractory amygdaloid or conglomerate rock reduced to fine sand daily. Were these new mills to be supplied with rock to their full capacity, and the return of ingot copper therefrom average 1 per cent, the copper production of the lake district would be increased about 50.000 tons per annum, an increase equal to iwo-thirds of the gross production of the year just ended. Such a result cannot be en tieipated, as in several cases the new mills are to replace old ones, while the mills at a number of the n...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

5 CITY NEWS TROUBLE BREWING Minneapolitana to Air a Domestic Jar at Grand Forks. Bpecial to The Journal. Grad Forks, N. I>.. Feb. B.—A mild sensa tion has been caused by the troubles of a couple from Minneapolis. The woman has been In the city for a week or more, and her husband has been here but a few days. It seems she has taken a decided liking to Grand Forks—to a greater extent, in fact, than is approved by her husband. A few days ago they had an interviey that was not altogether satisfactory, and the wife says her husband made threats upon her life. The upshot of the matter will probably be that the woman will paddle her own canoe in the future, and it is not at all improbable that a auit tor divorce will be filed by one of the two. Should this happen, there will be some developments that will be of a very* interest ing character. V Both, are well known in the twin cities, the gentleman being particularly prominent there. The;' trouble has reached such a stage that t£e polic...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 8, 1901. jrHECjTY_ TOWNJALK &*r. O. I*. Morrill will deliver au address ou •Mueio" at the Baptist Tabernacle church to-night. Alexander Bull, son of Ole Bull, left yes terday for New York and will in a few days sail fcr Norway. R. S. Broderick, a former resident of Min neapolis, died Wednesday of consumption at San Antonio, Texas. Flowers for funerals and all other pur poses shipped to all parts of the northwest Mendenhall, florist, 37 Sixth street S. Subscribe for ail magazines, papers, etc., and get your binding done at the Century News Store, 3 Third street S, near Henne pin avenue. Rev. Robert Forbes will lecture this even ing at the Forest Heights Methodist church ou '-The Mistakes of the Devil and Some Other People." -Memorial services for the late Miss Laura Bacon -will bs conducted by Rev. G. L. Morrill ai the Chicago Avenue Baptist church, Sun day, Feb. 10, at 3 p. m. Gertrude Womelsdorff, a pupil iln Stanley Hall and a niece of (Miss Evers, die...

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

8 }l!SgiSy —-—— —•*" February Clearing Sale. "Snaps" For Prompt Purchasers. in Men's and Boys' Winter Suits fS «£ Overcoats, Ulsters, Hats, Caps, Hosiery Underwear, Wool Gloves, etc., etc. <£ And also in Collars, . Cuffs and White and Fancy Shirts remaining from our Great Bargain Sale of last week. Browning, King 4 Co., C. J. li DTGESELL, Mgr. 415, 417, 419 Nicollet Ay. DODGED THE ISSUE Senators Avoid a Direct Vote on Vandiver's Dismissal. THE MATTER FINALLY REFERRED A Committee Will Investigate the •'Unworthy" Employe* of. the Senate. J. S. Vandiver was not removed from his clerkship this morning. He was, however, mercilessly flayed by several of * the : sen ate's - daring spirits. . Though harsh and «yen fierce language was employed in at tacking his character, Vandiver was ' un moved and. even smiled, for, after all,, in a worldly way, he triumphed, largely through Senator Buckman's clever plan to ehelve . Senator Miller's resolution. This gave the "dodgers" just the chance th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 8. 1901. Chapman's Bth and Nicollet. Specials for Saturday. Kmtmttk Strictly fresh, IB* CggS perdoz..... ....^...... v ..... JiC B»i. n Armours Star. . ..:.-- IC A BaSOII Special, per 1b............... IOC Pitted Red Cherries S£WE lal, per can...........-;......... 4IIC O A . X Best Maine, packed expressly for us. WOrn Special, per can 11 o. *| Oft per dozen ' vlivU fit in aa It Better than fresh, equal |Q pinflCn to l peck. Special, per can 106 tlmn/vf /* .Navels, per -'.." |C A Oranges dozen.:.:. 15t llpaiiwa* Large Kedland Navels, 0 » UiQtlgGS reg. 43c,speciulperdoz..O«#B LBHUCOjKut C hu;.;..:.....,......3C Prune15i^nd.........;..:... 16c I* A |.l!_. Wetmore's. pink or white. C m UClallflC reg. price pkg. 10c, special. %}• Sweet Potatoes EB&Ltfi Umlmm rersiun, C_. UaiOS der pound.:.;.. .........:..©€ l)i A . Walnut stuffed, special, ~ IJ A DBTOS per pound „...;....:;..I4C Figs California, Mb. package. Ill* NgS perlb lUC Salted Peanuts K....J5c ( A . H...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

10 HiciCel plate I 307 NICOLLET AVENUE, ; : Clearance Sale. h Big Cut in Pric«s; Good Shoes I Croing Awfully Cheap. I ...EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY... I ;MEN'S' BEST 85c rubbers, coin INFANTS' soft, sole Shoes, fancy: I toe, size 3 10 to 123^, AK A colors, some slightly soiled, sizes 0 cut t0.../..^:v;■.•.:;::.■ £OG ! to/4; 50C values. Satur- >f 'Kffil MEN'S CALF SHOES iv lace and ! aay r- •": •'•'•:"• ••• • •• •' T.ff'V-: {Congress, values to 4 §2.00 and up- ij MIXED LOT Child's and Misses' '■ wards, sizes 5, 0, 7 <St 4 AA Storm and Buckle Arctics, broken and 10, cut t0......... 9liv" . sizes, 75c and 85c values. 4&E5«v MEN'S BOX CALF $3.50 and $3 Your ch0ice..........;. ° °** \ Shoes on the new London and Bull | MISSES' fine Kid Shoes, in but- IDog toes in all suzes—new clean ' ton, patent tip, some patent vamp; f goods—goat, feO AJE* 1 nearly all sizes; 51.75 and ftft^ per pair .. ..^dSmm£^%» ; $2 values. Saturday %9%M\» I ; ENAMEL SHOES-53.50 and $4 |'. LADIES' Spring...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1901. Millinery Clearance Sale FOR SATURDAY. 10 BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS, 4fe 4* |?fft Worth from $4.98 to $10.00, %J i||| now |2 NICELY TRIMMED HATS, jfef I!!* Worth from $3.50 to $5.00, ||| "|| now wBbIPIf NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A GOOD HAT FOR A LITTLE MONEY. M. E. WALLACE, 515 AND 517 NICOLLET AYE. - IVES' ICE CREAM COniblßatlOßS Ol ) Chocolate Chocolate , Flavors in Brlchs } Cherry Strawberry riaVOl $ II DUCKS j Vanilla Vanilla 1 Qaart... 40c Vanif 1 Of M flavor m 2Ar» Balf S*l • • -Sic 2 Quarts. ,75c * "lUlla ik, qßart ...,. OVV One gal.. $1.98 Ives' Ice Cream Co., 213-215 Second Avenue S. E. Telephones: Northwestern, 868; Miss. Valley, 868 Valentines Artistic, unique and attractive— 2o to $15. A most beautiful assortment to choose from. Pictures, also, make appropriate valentines. The Beard AH & Stationery Co 624 Nicoiiet. Rv eir. eeJ?e°s mplete TREE. "Hunted Down," ' By Charles Dickens. i 1 " Under False Colors," i' By Miss M. E. Bradden. i| "The...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

12 tn9 - Wash Goods ■ The ladies express themselves as delightfully pleased with our line of Wash Goods, and we are glad of it. We made an extra effort to secure the best the markets afforded and we believe we succeeded, and that we have the finest line ever put on our counters. They include: .... j • ■■ ■ ■—" ■ ~ ' '■ '■ I Sheer Fabrics Embroidered Swisses, Soft Finish Organdies, Irish Dimities, Painted Batiste, ; j-Egyptian Tissues, ; • Mousseline de Scie, Gauze and Grenadine Novelties, " Dotted Plumetis, Mercerized Foulards, / • ' Pineapple Tissues, Linen Lawns, St. Gaul Novelties, . Mercerized Chambray ft Heavy Wash Fabrics A beautiful line of Waist and Shirt materials consisting of Ginghams, (D. &J. Anderson's Silk Ginghams, Goods.) French Sateens, German Linens, Silk Chambrays, ' Imported iladras and Oxfords, - Imported Percales, Novelty. Scotch Zephyrs, ~' Crinkled Cloth, Silk and Linen Madras, Figured Crepes, ;«'' Galateas, Crepes. j.;'. -'•: Jackets The price on Jackets...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 190 T. About Our Busy People WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THEY SAY Have you sotlced the new style of neck wear for gentlemen in Barnaby's window at NksoUet pni Fourth street? The cur- * t -'r '■ * '»"**■ ', ' T-* " rent issue of "The Haber dasher" says that it is the 'real thing" for correct dressers, and we all know that K. O. Barnaby & Co. never show us anything that is out of date. The new tie is a four-in-hand, one and one-half inches wide, and from the accom panying cut you can Bee its unusual length. The pin is worn about an inch below the knot. You'll have to go to Barnaby's for them, for in this instance the other stores are "Just be hind the times." For just one day, and that day is to morrow. Saturday, the J. A. Rush Tailor ing company, of 304 First avenue S, will /ffw\ 0 give a special sale of fine trouserings. Considering the qualities offered, ibe prices quoted for this one day sale are lower than were ever be fore known in Minneapolis. H...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

U MAY WHEAT SOLD UNDER 74c, BUT RECOVERED Liverpool Had a Sharp Decline, American Markets Opening Weak in Sympathy. HEAVY ARGENTINE SHIPMENTS Tlie Market lleucted He XeMr tue General Xew» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 8. —Wheat continues on the down turn. Yes terday's reactionary firmness was lost over night, and the opening was %c lower. May broke through 74c, touching 73%@74c in the early trades. A heavy increase in shipments from Argentine was the first bear item, followed by a weak and declining tone in Liverpool. Second cables showed a decline of \d to Id. Broomhall's cable of yesterday advising that the strength in Liverpool was due not to any change in their supply out look, but to temporary support through buy ing orders from this side, was borne out, ap parently, by the sharp decline to-day. In the northwest receipts were 351 cars against 411 last year. Weather conditions are every where favorable. May started at 74@74^c, touched 7*%0 and dropped to 74c....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 8, 1901. Df} VOH I^f^^iii i'hi^tn P flliiSP' Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and JLJr.Xj vjr \Jiri 1 C7di/ Lli<L?iAl li^K 7 seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising CREEK INDIAN'S WILL A Quaint Document In the Indian Territory Courts. >*•«• Tork St*n Speetal Service Vinita, I. T.. 'Feb. B.—The following quaint will, made out by a fullblood Creek Indian, is now in litigation in the United States 5. court in -the. Indian Territory: Coweta Dißtrict. Creek Nation, Sept. 9, 18S". —I give to her, Chatkee, one house and field. She can" stay_ there .'as long as she lives in this earth, and if 1 died before she is, .so she can do of, where she please. If she died be fore I died" then I will take back the place and field." If I died first she can keep it as long as she live Jn this earth. Witness my hand and aeal this 9th day of September, 38ST, above written an just and correct. —Q. H. Marshall. ON A HOT STOVE Burglam .Tort...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 February 1901

16: Normannaheimen SANGERFESTOFI9OI Swedish Singers Decide to Hold It at Jamestown, N. Y. A SIDE CONCERT AT BUFFALO Kaatern and Western Musician. AY HI Join in Making the Fe»t a Memorable One. The American Union of Swedish singers •will hold its sangerfest at Jamestown, N. V., July 22-24. In connection with the test a concert will be given at the Pan-Ameri can exposition at Buffalo July 25. The general program is in charge of a commit tee consisting of Professor John R. Orten gren of Chicago, Professor J. A. Eckman of Jamestown, Charles K.Johansen of New York and Orvid Akerlind of Brooklyn, di rector-in-chief. Both the eastern and the western divi sions of the union will participate in the fest and the intention is to make it a highly entertaining event, secondary only to the famous jaunt to Sweden in 1597. The Swedish capacity for enjoyment is veil known and the singers will stir old Jamestown in a manner which the inhab itants will remember for many a day. It is predicted that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNJIE PRICE TWO CENTS. STRENGTHENS HILL'S HAND Pacific Deal a Good Thing for Him. ST. PAUL ANXIOUS NOW Must Move or Be Left Out of Trans continental Deals. BURLINGTON AND NOR. PACIFIC CoMOlidation !■ Now Humored—The \N Kbaih-Larkawanoa Deal. » From a Staff Correspondent. Chicago, Feb. 9. —The announcement of the deal between the Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific came as a surprise to the general public. Even many of the prominent ones in high financial circles were given no warning of that interest ing bit of news. Out of this announcement has come a new line of gossip as to what the St. Paul will do. The impression here is that the deal has strengthened Mr. Hill's chances of getting the St. Paul, if he wants it, and for the following reason: The L'nicn Pacific now has a route from Atlantic to Pacific. The St. Paul will see that it will have to hustle if it is to profit from a satisfactory combination. Its only hope of a transcontinental con nection now is wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

2 Mrs. Rena Merritt, «ister of Leonard Day's mother. With Al Robinson she occu pied a seat directly back of the county at torneys. Mra. A. R. Barber and Mrs. J. M. Robinson were also inside the rail. Ghastly Exhibit. Former Morgue Keeper "Jack" Walsh ■was one of the first witnesses to arrive. He brought with him gruesome exhibits— "Lennie" Day's clothes worn at the time of his death. The clothes consist of a fine new Scotch tweed suit purchased In New York just before his return,, a collar of latest cut, a colored neglige shirt and underclothes of exceptionally fine texture. The clothes are very bloody. "They say Hamilton had blood on his cuffs," said Mr. Walsh. "I tell you no one could handle those clothes without Setting bloody." Hamilton sat unmoved during Mr. PETER W. OAKLEY, TENTH JUROR. Boardman'a merciless arraignment of him. The Judge Addresses the Jury. Judge Brooks was on the bench" promptly at 10. He at once addressed the jurors as to their duties. He said: The attorneys ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

. BMnJEBAT ET^EINTNG, FBBRTJAIJY 9, 190£ The Best TKin. g s Hotbreadi Tm."% a biscuit, o La t c rolls, A R E muffins, MADE crusts W T T H crusis, W * * H puddings, R.O YA L he r a ious pastries BBLk 1 A fif requiring *^ * **► a leavening Powder :;r° 8 Risen with Royal Baking Powder, all these foods are t ;: superlatively light,„ sweet, tender, delicious and wholesome. L 'ls- Royal Baking Powder is the greatest of time and labor savers to the pastry cook. Besides, it economizes, flour, butter and eggs, and, best of all, makes the food more digestible and healthful. The :4' Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"—con- There are cheap baking powders, made from j taining over 800 most practical and valuable alum, but they are exceedingly harmful to ■■-.'.-: , cooking receipts — free to every patron, health. Their astringent and cauterizing "',".. :: Send postal card with your full address.' qualities add a dangerous element to food ;./•'; '^ NEGRO RULE A MISTAKE BEST ELEMENT SHOULD GOVERN Dr. Ljiu...

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

w. 178,000 PERSONS Killed by Pneumonia and Consumption DURINB THE PAST YEAR. Four-fifths of These Deaths Due to Ignorance and Careless ness on the Part of the Afflicted. The reports of the Bureau of Vital Statistics for 1900 show that during that year 178,695 persons in the United States died from Pneumonia and Con sumption alone, and while this is a re duction of 28,805 from the number who died in 1899, it proves that these great plagues are annually destroying one person out of teu of the adult population of this country. That four-fifths of these people might hare been living to-day but for their own ignorance or carelessness, is well known to the med ical profession. Let us explain what is meant by ig norance ana carelessness. During the past fifteen years over five million dol lars have been expended annually by persons suffering from coughs, catarrh, bronchitis and consumption, and all this for stomach medicines or treatments requiring ths use of sprays, vapors or atomizers. B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRTTAHY 9, 1901. THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN INTERESTED AT THE EXHIBITION OF THE AETS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY IN Mrs. Albee's Rugs (Known as the Abnakee Rugs) CANNOT FAIL TO READ WITH PLEASURE THE CHAPTER ON The Enchanted Rug, In Mrs. Albee's New Book, > Mountain Playmates. THE WHOLE BOOK IS DELIGHTFUL, WITH A SPECIAL CHARM FOR LOVERS OF MOUN TAIN SCENERY, PARTICULARLY MT. CHOCORNA, IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. Price - - - $1.50 Sold by all Booksellers. Sent, postpaid, by HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., BOSTON. (Hyhowgood! <Be sure^andsecure \ "these^MT7r/va//e<f\ sweets of your ■druggistordealer.\ \ WHAT TO EAT Valuable Simscsi ion* for the Kltch- en and Dining Room. These articles on the necessarily absorb ing topic of food, are carefully prepared and based on knowledge of chemistry as applied to cooking and practical information derived from actual experi' Conducted by Katherine Kurtz, 719 Cham ber of Commerce building, Chicago, to whom ell inquiries should be addressed. All ri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

& QITY NEWS ■ Two Kile Sold—The board of park com missioners "'*■ have sold .; two of the I herd of i elk at i Minnehaha park,' the purchaser being . the ■ parkjboard of Chelsea; lowa. ■_ ■-■ y - Dean Pat tee to Speak—Dean •W. S. s Pattee will speak on "Modern Thought in '. tha : Church" at ■ the I Baptist Young i- Men : lunch,*; Monday evening, Feb., 11, ati the Chi cago Avenue Baptist church. . Held (or Burglary—ln the municipal court'yesterday Wm. White and Al Gran lund s were bound over to the grand Jury jou the charge of burglarizing the tailor shop of Christ A. Ervig, 232 Twentieth avenue N. 'Got a Spanish Bride— G.Hvos lef, j a "former member: of Company; I, Thir teenth Minnesota, now. practicing law .at Manila,' recently married a wealthy Spanish woman, and has located -"permanently la Manila. ' A 'Place (or a "Dent," May Be—Dr. Fred t Sweet has received the indorsement of Senators Nelson and 4 Clapp for a ■ dental; ap ." pointment under the. provisions of :the' new * ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERSE FIRST MORTGAGE BOLD BONDS, 4J's. DESCRIPTION OF BONDS. Denominations $500 and $1,000 each. Dated Feb. 1, 1901. Due annually from 1903 to 1922, inclusive Interest pay able semiannual \y at Minneapolis. SECURITY. These bonds are secured by a first lien upon the present Chamber of Commerce building and site, as well as upon the site of the new Chamber of Commerce, together with the building to be erected thereon. PRICE. Full particulars as to price, etc., furnished on application. OFFERED SUBJECT TO SALE. The Minnesota Loan & Trust Co., . 313 -Nicollet Aye. When in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Avei. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.60 per day; European plan, 50c. 75c. $1 and Si.oo, with choice restaurant at reasonable price*. Special rates by week and month. TURKISH, RUSSIAN f Of% »n4 THER...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

8"-« FOR THE RETAILERS Senator Daly's Bill Not Aimed at Lumber Wholesalers. "N. W." NOT "MISS. VALLEY" The Retailers Force the Wholesal ers to Sell Thronirli Them— Organisation Is strong. Tiie newspapers have seemingly fallen Into an error in statin? in connection with Senator Daly's bill to amend the anti trust law that it was aimed at the Missis eippt Valley Lumbermen's' association. This association ia composed of lumber manufacturers in the : Mississippi valley territory, they olaimJp_ ha.y^g» direct interest in the bill. So far as their own • interests .are concerned, 'it is imma terial to them what becomes of the bill. It is the members of the Northwestern Lumbermen's association,' a combination of retail lumber dealers, that Senator Daly _aa ia mind. ,Wi '■'■ \"I -want to «say for the lumber manufac turers comprising the Mississippi Valley Lumbermen's association," said a promi nent manufacturer this morning, "that it do«» not card < a straw whether Senator Daly's bill bec...

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