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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURifIX. PRICE TWO CENTS. NEW FIGHT ON HARQDETTE Wisconsin's Statue in the Na tional Capitol. RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT It Is Likely to Renew the Long standing Controversy. COMMISSIONS IN THE NEW ARMY President Says the Appointment!* Will Not lie Apportioned AmoiiK the Mutes. Washington, Feb. 11. — The statue of Father Marquette in statuary hall in the capitol is again be coming the subject of congressional dis cussion. The staiue was tendered to the government by the state of Wisconsin, but though it had been in the hall of the capi tol fur several years, it has never been formally accepted by the government. Ijast week a resoJution was introduced in the house to have the government ac cept i;. The recent discovery of a supposed por trait of the missionary explorer shows him with a smooth face, while the statue represents a man with a full beard. Upon this circumstance is based the assertion that the statue is not an authentic pre sentment of Father Marquette's form and...

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

2 hardly borne out by the testimony of the ! eye-witnesses/ ... Mr. Bennett told, with dramatic effect, how he found Hamilton at Day's side and how Hamilton, had helped in the at tempt to resuscitate the dying man, open .ing his coat and chafing his feet. Prayer for Dying- Day. " 1 "When it became apparent that Day was dying," Bald Bennett, "I said: 'Boys, we'll offer a" prayer.' I knelt down and Hamilton dropped on his knees by my side." Mr. Bennett's statement explained in part why every one was in such a hurry to leave the room after the last clinch between Day and Hamilton. It seems that Steve . O'Malley, the decrepit night watchman, became officious and ordered every one out of the room. Barber alone had remained and called Bennett back. . Ferris' testimony as to ■ the number of men in the room conflicted with Bennett's estimate. Day, Force, Gary, Evans, Canfield, Ham ilton, Bennett, Barbe, Reul and another traveling man were the only men there, he said.. .', , --. - < , ■ R...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

MONDAY WnSMS^ 9 ~TEB^SK7^n7TS(IX? AMONGTHE LOGGERS Catting Season in All the Camps at Its Height. GOOD SALES BT THE HINES CO Detroit Man. Aaserta He H&i a Corner «v Both and That Priue* Will Be Hither. Special to The Journal. Ashland, Wis., Feb. 11.—The logging industry has perhaps reached its height for the season, and in every part of the district operations are being carried on as heavily as practicable. Some of the larger operators are handi capped by the presence of smallpox in their camps. The rigid quarantine regula tions that are being observed by the state and county authorities is having a bene ficial effect, and the logging operators are co-operating to the best of their ability with the health authorities. The O*Day & Daly company, of Merrill, Wis., has some eleven camps that will average over fifty men. This company will put In over 40,000,000 feet of timber, 20. --000,000 feet of which will be handled by rail, 10,000,000 feet will go into the Wis consin river, ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. KDITOR. THE J O L R N A 1. is published every evening, except Sunday, at •47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Bill Non, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION 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. 1.00 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents On© copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF AUUKESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COM IN L HO All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscriber* will please notify the office In every- cane that their paper i* i not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1901 The Finest Chocolates in the World Made in Lausanne, Switzerland. We have just received and will continue to receive exclusively a full line of these Chocolates made by the firm of Amedei, Kohler and Fils. When we say that they are the finest in th« world, the proof of their excellence is demonstrated by the fact that they were placed far above all others at the Paris Exposition. This Candy is put up in the most exquisite packages you have ever seen. We want you to come in and sample these goods. We know you will be delighted. They are perfect. Prices trom 15c to $1.75 a package C. H. Cirkler, Druggist, 602 Nicoliet Ay. GOOD STEADY GAIN Wisconsin's Growth Has Been Uni form Since the Census of iB6O. DECADE'S GAIN IS 22.7 PERCENT J'opuluttou of the Towns With Lean KThan. :,OUO-U»» in Only- Due County. Special to The Journal. Washington. Feb. 11 —Director Merriam's bulletin on the poulation. of Wisconsin shows that there are 2,069,042 people in the sta...

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

$ CITY NEWS Death of Kels Berirqni»t — Nels G. B»rg<jul«t a member of ■ Cedar camp, No. 4419, M. W. A., died at his home, No. 280« Twenty-am street, Friday. :- j Two Smallpox Caaes—The South Min neapolis high school was fumigated by the health department inspectors Friday and Sat urday they did a similar service for th© Irv ing school. In both cases a pupil had been exposed to smallpox. ! Begging Letters lor C. A. Smith— Since the announcement was mad* In The Journal that 0. A. Smith had made a contribution to an educational institution in Kansas, he has received letters from many parts of the northwest, asking aid for as many different objects. One of these was from a banker in lowa who sought aid for a poor family. Moose Wanted — Secretary Ridgeway, of the park board has received a communi cation from the International Forest, Fish and Game Association, requesting th« loan of one of the big moowt in Min&ebaha park for the first exposition in Chicago, from Feb. 27 to March 1...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING. <FEBRTTABY 11, 1901. YERXA In this store the limited purse can gratify the own er's wish for excellence. Grocery goodness at mod erate askings is the rule. Coffee P^b 3antosandK. 10: 15s Take care that you are not paying 25c per pound for no better. *- •v-:';:C-'V; ! Robal Coffee nL^^: 8.2 2 Hoffman House Coffee * 30c Eggs ISSSL^. IBe Sweet .Potatoes fo^f... 28e ft... Extra good, northern grown, t, IIUI U per doz. 600- Can........ .......05 This corn actually worth double the money. >Daaa ka a 2Mb, boxes Fancy Cal. fI A ■ 8861185 Peaches, by the b0x...... |2» . 80 lb. less quantity. Prunes b ood. newcaiifornla- 4 C Soap S. Not°h:. 10 bars: 30c Soap X!^ 1af^................ So ■ There Is no better to be had. Soap 7aXo;. lhard: 25© Singer Snaps, ss&.. Cri*Sc Great Orange Sale. Unheard of Prices PIHA fifillfAmia Seedling, any size nne waiiiornia b0x,51.50. m. ..- 'Peck....,...% "tUS Oranges dS large:. sweet: per....12e Sierra Hadra Oranges #Is££ ; ally sweet,d...

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

8 PALE WOMEN A Bloodless Face In dicates Trouble. Watery Blood a Menace to Health. WE KNOW HOW PALE PEOPLE CAN GET RICH RED BLOOD. COME AND LET US TELL YOU ABOUT VINOL When blood is watery and thin, or, as doctors would say, lacks red blood corpuscles, it is a sign that much is rad ically wrong. We would advise everyone who has suoh symptoms to start at once to take a proper remedy to overcome this trouble. That remedy is Vinol, the greatest and most modern tonic and rebuilder. Vinol owes its virtue to the fact that tt contains in a highly concentrated state the aotive curative principles ex tracted from cods' liv the same ele ments that have znaue cod-liver oil famous for wasting diseases. These medicinal elements are dis solved in a delicious table wine so that Vinol is most palatable. None of the vile-smelling obnoxious grease that characterizes ood-liver oil and frequently makes it an impossible remedy for those who should take it, Is found in Vinol. We oould relate many instanc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING, FEBKUARY 11, 1901. The Minneapolis Journal's Current Topics Club Here Is Something New, Something That You Want, And Something That You Cannot Get in Any Other Minnesota Paper. Beginning February 18 The Journal will publish daily a series of articles prepared by the most eminent authorities on the particular subjects selected. FOR MONDAYS the subject will be "Tha Opportunity mad the Man, " edited by President Drap er, of the University of Illinois, to be concluded with an article by Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, Concerning American opportuni ties and the qualities which com bine with them to produce success. While interesting to all classes of readers, this will be especially help ful to young men. The subject will be illustrated by "human docu ments," so to speak, making plain the secrets of success discovered and exemplified by men of emin ence in mechanics, finance, com merce, manufacturers, and a dozen different lines of commercial and industrial and intellectu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

10 WHEAT HAD AN ADVANCE, MAY 74#c to 74% c Market Opened Lower, but Made Quick Upturn on More Fav orable News. CLEARANCES OVER A MILLION Visible Decrease of 1,273,000 Bu.- Higher Receipt* at Northwest ern Points. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 11. —The wheat market made a turn for the bet ter this morning, worked up to 74Hc for May and sold at 74% cat noon. Early cables brought no encouragement, Liverpool coming unchanged to %d higher, and easing off on later advloes to %d lower. World's shipments were close to 9,000,000 bushels, as was pre dicted on Saturday. May opened off, at 73% c, the low point on the late decline. There was an immediate show of strength and an advai-ce to 74fto. Apparently there were no heavy orders in the local pit. Chi cago said .he rally !n that market was on short covering. Armour was a buyer. After the opening bvsiness the market quieted, but hardened, and was firm on the higher range. Northwestern receipts were 626 cars against 781 last year. Broo...

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

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11, 1901. BUYERS A NO SELLERS ? EG°£ NIZE THE quick action of journal want ads. *+** m «-*»«# ****** VtLLtnil They Pay Big and Cost Little. FOR MURDER OF GORDON A SIGNED CONFESSION IX COURT Startling Evidence Prevented by a Detective Against Donald . ;-Todd at Winnipeg. ''■y~:'Zi Special to The Journal. Winnipeg. Man.. Feb. 11.—"My opinion is that the evidence 1 have heard is of such character that you, Donald Todd, should be committed for trial at the next court of competent jurisdiction for the murder of John Gordon." These were the words of Magistrate Dawson on Saturday evening at the con clusion of the trial of Donald Todd for murder. The case had occupied the time of the- police court since 10 o'clock on Thursday evening, but it was not until the last day that important evidence was brought forward. William Mcßain of the Canadiau Pa cific secret service disguised himself as a tramp cowboy, and made the acquain tance of Todit, the alleged murderer, and s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 February 1901

12 ♦ABRAHAM LINCOLN' Dr. J. S. Montgomery's Tribute to the Emancipator. A PRINCE OF RIGHTEOUSNESS A Great Audience Listen* to an Elo quent Review and Char acterisation. Speaking before 2,500 people at the Wes ley church last night, on "Abraham Lin coln," Dr. Montgomery said: "Abraham Lincoln. 'For him her old world molds aside she threw, tAnd choosing sweet clay from the ■. , . breast 'Of the unexhausted west, 'With stuff untainted, shaped a hero new, 'Wise, steadfast in the strength of God.and true.' • - "Abraham Lincoln, the Melchisedek of the new world, a prince of righteousness and king of Salem, without mother's rank or father's station, our greatest commoner, put his out-stretched hand in the palm of the American people and with the other laid firm hold of the arm of Almighty God. Out of the inevitable hand of a besetting mystery came Lincoln's soul. The same mystery veiled Milton in blindness : and touched the soul that moved to classic song. It touched •with great affliction...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUSft^AL. PRICE TWO CENTS. PREVENTS AN EXTRA SESSION Chairman Payne's Vote on Tax Reduction Bill. HE SAVES THE MEASURE House Refusal to Confer Would Have Killed the Bill. NO CABINET PLACE FOR MERRIAM Hitchcock Will Xot Step Ont-Mlnne ■ o(u t'oii|i'resitntt-n Favor At l.urije i'lau. JVom Th* Journal Bureau, Room 4&, Pott Building, Washington. Washington, Feb. 12.—The vote of Chairman'Payne of the ways and means committee ; last Friday, when the com mittee was deciding what to do with the senate substitute for the house war reve nue reduction bill, probably prevented an extra session of congress to consider revenue reduction; for it is as certain as anything can be that if the war revenue bill were to fail, the president would feel impelled to call congress together without reference to Cuba or the Philippines. The 'history of Chairman Payne's vote forms an interesting story. Under the constitution, the house origi nates all revenue legislation, and so at the begi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

■X the prisoner if he had a knife with him. Hamilton produced a penknife, where upon Francis asked if he had not had a large knife. To this Hamilton, so the of ficer tesiifled, had answered "yes." The Jory Profoundly lmprenrd. The effect of Rooney's evidence upon the jury can, of course, only be guessed. There is no gainsaying that the twelve men there was scarcely an exception—were profoundly impressed by what the ex policeman had said Their faces proved it. Their expressions betr*yed the telling effect of the testimony upon them —how telling is a matter for the defense to de termiue. It is noteworthy that the defense made not the slightest move to shut out Rooney's evidence. A legal battle had been expected over its admisslbllity. The defense's decision not to object seems to indicate a confidence in its ability to nullify the effect of the testimony. Another incident extraordinary was the evidence given by R. C. Hill, a Tribune police reporter. Hill reached the West Hotel et 2:50...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1901. TO PURIFY CHICAGO Mrs. Nation Reaches the Wicked City This Afternoon. SHE WILL CALL ON THE MAYOR Downtown Saloons Will Receive Calls, Though She Does .Not Intend to Smash. • Mew YfttSunSpmctatSer-vlam Chicago, Feb. 12.—Mrs. Carrie Nation and her band of hatchet armed followers will arrive in Chicago to-de.y. The visit of Mrs. Nation will start an era of reform in Chicago. The fact that Mrs. Nation is baeked»by the national prohibition party has not been brought into prominence. The first event of Mrs. Nation's visit Is the lecture at Willard hall this evening. Wednesday morning Mrs. Nation will go - to the city hall to tell her opinion of the virtue of Chicago to Mayor Harrison and to seak Chief Kipley. She will lay down the law from the Kansas staudpoint. She will visit several prominent down town resorts, not with the intention of wrecking them, but to sow the seed of temperance reform. Mrs. Nation's address to women only at "Willard hall Wednes...

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

c THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGKK. EDITOtt. THE JQOgI AL li published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ! < . J. Billaon, 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 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 :."-V, ' - Delivered by. carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month.. ...35 cents Single copy '.'.. ...'. : <(s 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 - ' S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBKUAKY 12, 1901 * The Plymouth Clothing House. Knox WB&'ii flg *«»« HT SyST^lw AY ft fa m » Iffl Hanan Hats- I Am shoes- Correct Dress from Head to Foot. Jfllp ft MEN'S Fur and F\ir m jfLrff Lined Coats. ' tvl " ''MTOMtI I > Men's $16 Black Dog Coats reduced to $12 ffiwIPSBSP^ ll Men's $25 Russian Wolf Coats reduced to. . $18 l^^^^^bswil Men's $22 and $25 Russian Calf Coats re-^|O EP duced to 'mHI '■"• ! H Men's $55 Trimmed Coon Coats reduced to. $45 ■ |^^P. m Men's Muskrat-Lined Coats, rafiliii mm Black Kersey outside, $fr£F j^ 1 I . ft unplucked otter col- —(^ J ■ R^J lar, $75. Reduced to W** /^^^]^^H Collarettes a.t Summer Prices. . Near Seal Collarettes, with high storm collar and good lin- SJ**^ •JO Ing, $4.50. Reduced to .r...v. ..-. w£»<J\J Black Monkey Collarette, with Near Seal top and under col- $JL.SO lar and good satin lining, $9. Reduced 40.................. 13* - " Near Seal Collarette, tab fronts, trimmed with large tails $*■/> $15. Red...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

fr CITY NEWS Colder To-morrow—Minneapolis will have colder weather to-morrow. It ts pre dicted that th» temperature will be zero. Maternity i Hospital Meeting: — The Maternity hospital board meeting-will be held at the hospital Wednesday at 10:30 instead of Tuesday. ••Doc" Bon-man Again— C. Bow man, the cartoonist, will give one of his clever entertainment* at the Y. M. C. A., to-morrow evening. The association is giv ! Ing the entertainment to " Its . members ana 'their friends. :■■/■ Secretary Rogers Back—G. D. Rog ers, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, who went east on a busines trip three weeks ago, is back at his dftsk. Colonel Rogers spent some time among old friend* In Wash ington, D. C. He appears to have been greatly benefited by the short vacation. M mocks Got 'Em — Deputy Marshal Kiniocks has returned from Adams, Minn., •with Michael Lyons and his wife. This In sures their attendance at United States court to-morrow morning to explain to the judge why they should not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 February 1901

; TUESDAY mHBISnOTGF. IFEBKITAKY 12, 1901. YERXA This little list tells a price story on reliable table sup plies that will pay you to read. Great Orange Sale Klpe, sweet. California *l nr* per ■■ OC« Oranges, per box VlitfO peck..»J#ff Cheaper than apples, Good, sweet, California Oranges, - IA. per doz I Iff Sierra Madra Oranges * "»££ ally sweet,delicious flavored i>rauic69,grown In the foot hills of the Sierra Madra. There ' never was finer fruit offered in *4 ft ft this city: per box .. WWiUlf From 160 per dozen up. Cuji,.! tft^mm Excellent unlabied Sweet oweet corn com, ens per e« perdoz Dili can.. Off This Is the greatest bargain of the season. Db4al«aii isvib. boxes Fancy CaL ■ "T 1 — reaCneS Peaches, by the box 12* 9c lb. less quantity. Prunes Pb^. n.! wcallforn! a: 4 C Soap a N. otch:. 10. bars: 30c Soap bar UeLlly'. large ..:. . Sc " There is no better to be had. ji Soap >f eo rr xaXo;. lhard: ....-286 Ginger Snaps -52&.^....:. 5c £ggs £££!!!*•. 17s Sweet Potatoe...

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

6 BUILD UP AFTER GRIP WITH Dr. Greene's NERVURA BLOOD AND NERVE REMEDY *' HjE flip h|mki [ iMtSj jp"^^»» n EEwj iffiA?**J yV*ii&fc^ ja^jyjjj lI^JiMA jRi t^hwfc J y g**^ji3fe3BHcP >*y\^a|| E8 AH|B EH is more deadly than till I 1 small The actual I ■■■. ■ statistics of death from Grip this Winter would startle every one. • •.;;.!.} But statistics do not account for 'the thousands and thousands who -escaped fatal result, but are left per manently weakened and exhausted. DR. GREENE'S NERVURA blood and nerve remedy bull up < weakened foroem and drive* tho Grip germ out of the blood. I '. William Henry Gray, Malone, N. M says:— "I was in very bad shape, brought there as the results of Grip, and for six weeks was in bed all the time. I continued along in a very feeble condition and getting small ben <e£it,untill began the use of Dr. Greene's Kervura blood and nerve remedy- and before ' I had taken the first bottle I could see bene- ' fit. I continued its use for several bottle...

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