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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. .L, >v The Plymouth Clothing House. " ' Knox I ISF B Ka3B "^f L^ j " Ita\ fm§l f1 ■ Hunan Hats. I ■ 3| & ■■] I I I Shoes. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. i I Extraordinary Saturday Shoe SeJe ji These special low prices are made on broken linesl in order to close them out quickly. We must make room. The new spring styles arriving daily. > * Women's Shoes Men's Shoes Women's $3.60 Shoes, but- *- ->q Men's heavy Shoes, laced, $* f t-ry ton ana lace. Saturday *■•<£!* new toes. ■ Saturday sale.... £•***-'. sale • M. „. , •,. Men's heavy ,v sole, $2.50 «. — __ omens $1.75 Slippers, .00 Casco Calf, lace Shoes, plain .95 any size. Saturday sale £ or cap toe. Saturday sale... ■» Women's $1.25 White Kid $ - i 2 Men's heavy sole Box Calf "% Oft Slippers, any size and width, **-* lace Shoes. Saturday sale... JL*"'* 3 Saturday^ sale ...:....... * . Tr. Womeij's $2.50 new style «■- Q i- Men's Cordovan "Kor- _ >• q Kid lace Shoes. Saturday *■•...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

12 Sleep for Skin-Tortured Babies Tired Mothers W^ig^ In a Warm Bath with rftucur^ '&£& a single anointing with CUTICURA, purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. This is the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per manent, and economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, • crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humors,' rashes, irritations, and chafings, with loss of hair, of infants and children, and is sure Jo succeed when all other remedies fail. Millions of Mothers Use Cuticufa Soap Assisted by Cuticura Ointment, the great skin cure, for preserving, purifying, and beau . tifying the skin of infants and children, for rashes, itchings, and chaflngs, for cleansing the \ | scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whiten. Ing, and healing red, rough, and sore hands, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Women use Cuticuba. Soap In the form of baths for annoyin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE GOES FOB SPEAKER "Jake, the Bill-Killer," Objects to His Bill. •RAISING'fiOUNTY COMMISSIONERS Dowlinic Defends Hi* Bill and Nei ther Side Scored a Vlu " "•' 1," tory To-day. . Notwithstanding that bills are being held in committee to a greater extent than two years ago,, the house is apply ing itself assiduously ,to its labors. The entire morning was spent. on general or ders, ■ a weary grind. . The only j incident that offered any relief was a : contest be tween Mr. Jacobson ■ and Speaker Dowling over the latter's- bill proposing to make the pay of county commissioners $5 .per day in. all counties with less than 50,000 inhabitants, a definite maximum amount being fixed in every case. Mr. Dowling took the floor to explain the necessity for, the > measure. „ It was his experience that unless' officials were well paid they did not' give as good serv ice! Mr. Jacobson answered that there was no demand for this, bill outside of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

v DULL AND LIFELESS IN THE WHEAT MARKET May Holds Without Activity Within 1-4 C Range to the Close. FOKEIGN MARKETS WERE QUIET Good Trade in Minneapolis May Corn —Ganeral \«WI of the ■ - ■ Session. Minneapolis Chamber -of Commerce, Fob. 16.—Wheat held la firm position this morn lug on a range a- shade below yesterday's close. May started at 74%@74%c, and sold to 74%@74%c. The session was dull and lifeless. Nothing, cam* out of sufficient im portance to jar the market out of a %c rut, and in this narrow - range it dragged until noon. Receipts at . Minneapolis; were larger than last year, but the Duluth, comparison showed a ; much lighter run and put north western receipts below a year ago. v Liverpool brought a trace of weaker feeling in early advices of %@%d v decline, but, later cables . closed Liverpool firmer: and only \%d lower. ' Paris was practically unchanged at 5 cen times higher to 5 . centimes lower. The Ar gentine figures for the week's shipments were 880,000 bushels, aga...

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

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBKTTAKY IS. ©01', . ■ ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■ I . " - J. . , „ ■ ..»■-' ... . ■■ . . ■ -1 •■■■.•■•<•, ■ ■ ■ -■--.. ■ . . ■ ' -•-■■. ■'- -. . ..'. BUYERSAMDSELLERS ?f co®^ awcff 4crw 0' -""""""■ want Am. !=.-■-. • .-...-•. -<• ■:.-■•'- : .:■;■; .»■-.■.. •'■ , :-^:-. ■■ ■■■■- ■ ■■■<..■ -«— a mmvurjr m «*jp Bk9m*B «ffu W@l BmMtlßß<S3fm ■ :. • .. /■■■.■ ■ ..■,■■... •,,, ■ ■■■■■ ■. ' J^r,-*-""",*" ~--~- :♦,--• •■ ■ ■ -*.--.■. v.v. ■■ . ■..-.-■-,, , .. „-;.. ■■, ■„..' >,;- ■• „ V. • .■■ . ■■-■ _ , - _•-.-.. ■ ■■ :•..■•■ : ' > ■■'■^T- ■:■ ■ ■ .-■-- ;_ -.■..•..,-.■■;. r ,. ..... ,;.• ' . . ' ... /. .' .. \" ' ' '■_"■■ ' ■ : ' . ' ' : TELL EXACT TRUTH Answer to "How Can the Influence of the Press Be Increased? " OPINIONS OF PROMINENT MEN • But Mr. KohUaat Say* the Troth . Must Not Be Told ' Stupidly. " New York, Feb. 15.—The following are excerpts read at the dinner of the Cor respondents' club last night from re- Bponses from prominent persons in answer to the Questi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 February 1901

M $20 S» Montenac Overcoats! The finest of all Overcoats! Soft as a Mouse's Ear! Rich and Black as a Robin's Back! Curly and Beautiful as Persian Lamb! Nobby cvt —woolen inter- St% f\ BBS lined between silk and W^ 3^fct & m *^^ cloth. Extra special for jjf Cjr a jr Ifc^ Saturday only ....'....... . No Prclcmsonsl Actuallg selling at h value and Less man h Value! Ten dollar Suit or Overcoat for Five! Fifteen dollar Suit or Overcoat for Seven Fifty! Fifty cent Neckwear for Fifteen cents! Three dollar Hats for Seventy-five cents! Two dollar Overshoes for Sixty-nine cents! One dollar Boys* Underwear for thirty nine cents! Fifty cent Waists for twenty-five cents! Five dollar Youths' Long Pant Suits for two dollars and fifty cents! Three dollar Knee Pant Suits for one fifty! Thousands of wonderful bargains! W e fll do more than we promise! Use your wisdom! The Immense Fine 'Vt/Alli QfnrLr sfl<¥> nf fie Vaiiml The entire Wells Clothing House, formerly 375 Robert St., St. Paul, ss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUR]N hjMa PRICE TWO CENTS. CHINA DEFIES THE POWERS Reply to the Ministers Is Almost Insulting. DEMANDS ARE REFTJSBif Chinese Envoys Are Berated for Failing to Protest. NO MORE WILL BE EXECUTED Report From Teintwin That Seven .Nation*. Declare War la . Xot Confirmed. New York. Feb. 16.—A dispatch to the Herald from Peking says: A new turn ia the peace negotiations has caused a diplomatic earthquake among the ministers. A brief and almost insulting note from the court has ar rived, flatly refusing any further execu tions than the two previously decreed. Yu Helen, governor of Shansi province, will be decapitated, and Prince Chwang will be allowed to commit suicide. Possi bly Chao Shu Chiao, former minister of justice, may be included, but the court reserves its decision in his case. It is also bluntly stated that no further initiative will be permitted to Li Hung Chang and Prince Ching. who are berated for having failed to protest vigorously against the demand of the ...

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

2 near the claricle in what direction was tb> blow struck?" "From above —down from the front." Cross-examined by Mr. Nye, Dr. Duns- I moor described the wound on Day's head. He showed the location of the wound on the left side of his own bead. "Don't you know that you have pointed to the wrong side of your head?" "No, sir." "And that the wound was not so far back?" "No, sir." Confidence in Erdiuann. Witness said he had confidence in Dr. Erdman and would place dependence on a scientific man who had conducted an ex amination of the kind made by Dr. Erd mann. "Do not all scale wounds contract or gape perceptibly?" "All stab wounds apear smaller than the instrument that made them. It is possible to have made that scalp wound with the knife found by Day's side. It would not be possible to tell for certain which way the edge of the blade was placed towards the body when the cut was made. I be lieve the blow was belivered by a person standing in front." CROWD ARRIVES EARLY . Curium* Spe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

&ATURDA? EVENING. FEBRUARY 16. 190t WHAT WOMEN OF AMERICA THINK OF PE=RU=NA WOMEN OF LETTERS, OF SOCIAL FAME, THE ARTIST, AND THE HOUSEWIFE. \JHances. anpbr6on:\^Rs. sextos RQSs/^Wte^Rv .shaw^ coop&5~ J* >^5-""'"*^vN L Mi" Jnll» Marlowe of New York. Ml,, **• M. Auder.on of Washington. M«. Celeate Covell of Aurora, 111. Ml.. Annie Wyandotte. Mattie B. Curtis of Boston, Ma«>. . ■ j^^^^T"""*^V^V ■ ' j^/^^^^ s^ >'^S^\ .' Miss Julia Marlowe, the clever;actress Miss Frances M. Anderson, Correspond- Mre. Celeste Covell, president of the Miss Annie Wyandotte of Kansas City. Mattie B. Curtis Secretary Legion or vsS2^~ JP\T"^^fOv :' /// mMßfek \\\ °f '8W Y°rk Cit>' haS the following t0 in secretary of the Higher Educational Betsey Ross Educational and Benevolent Mo., dramatic soprano, writes to Dr. Hart- Loyal Women Boston Mass writes- ///x^ *&*&* lit itftTj^lSL \\\ say in a recent letter to the Peruna Mcdi- League, writes from the 'Astoria," Wash- Society, writes ...

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

* VARICOCELE wr I TREAT I iB WEN ONLY, M CURE THEM BUT CURE • I TREAT DOCTOR TOLSON, CURED. "t'* ■ " Specialist in Diseases of Hen and Consult- ... "^ •- ing Physician of the State Electro-Medical .'". ■■.„■: / , • Institute, 301 Hennepin Avenue,* Minne- . ,\ ' , . \,- '" % ' apolis, Minn. , .. ■/•",', ;J TTJUFZ" nfOjrjft CMT— enlargement of the veins of the serotnm. causing a i FSEm l/fOb/lwC knotted or swollen appearance of the scrotum most . * ... ■;'• f <■.■;• .-- / frequently. '-• ... ■/■■ »■• . '■ -:'■.' -> ';:. :" '•■*■■-■■*, §tt& &* M MM&E"— Often indiscretion, but sometimes blows, falls, strains, exces #i %$ v#l 1/wC . sive horseback or bicycle riding or excessive dissipation. .:: g'rcf' :C"Js"ic"S"#lT*—A."<iull, heavy, dragging pain in small of back, extending: down §* v« BLr rCv • through loins, low spirits, weakness of body and brain, nervous debility, partial or complete loss of vigor, and often failure of general health. ; fjr-ffl* M^tMOMT'— lf you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

JURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. A Defiance to the Sun Most paints are but a poor protection from the sun. The sun's. ■ rays cannot penetrate the perfect protection Patton'sSun Proof Paints give a house. It is a permanent painting out of every thing that can injure walls or roof—a defiance to the sun. ' I Patton's A Paints are made of the purest materials, accurately mixed by powerful machines that make every can alike and" make it possible to guarantee the paint in every can to wear well for five years. It usually lasts twice as long. Send for our free book of'paint knowledge, or write for anything you want to know about paint. PATTON PAINT COMPANY, 208 Lake St..Milwaukee, Wis. <dfe A Wise Woman _jmjgr_ wtil try »»d prwerre her beauty.' A fine S?S3SSy>S be»dofb«url»oneoftliehl£t»4tct»rn». mM Imperial Hair Woman will try tad pmene her beauty. A five head of btui U one of die higfe*ttchvmt. Imperial Hair Regenerator ?2»s®&f restores Gray or Bleached hair to any */€*?••?£ ...

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

c CITY NEWS Want* i Fee* ; Abolished—Tlie Missis sippi .Lumberman, lv its X issue of «to-day," take* ' a stand in favor J, of > putting th« sur veyor general office on a salary basis. V • Senator MeUowan 111—Senator J. T. MoGowan was taken -with- pleurisy last Mon day and will be confined to his residence for about tea days. .: Hebrew Republicans—a conference of young Hebrew republicans was held: in ( the third ward Thursday night, with, a view to effecting a permanent organization. '.. Fifteen, out of eighteen precincts were represented. A committee on permanent organization .was appointed. - ■ f Death of Father-Uoeriten—The' Rev.- Joseph Goergen, pastor of the Catholic church at. Adams, Minn., died -at"St. Mary's hospital yesterday, aged 43 years. Ho was -a' grad uate of St. Thomas seminary, St. Paul. -For three years ha was pastor at St. -James, Minn., and for ;the last ten years be has been at Adams. , Slovenly Driver* Beware—Chief of Police Ames has sent out Instructions to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1901 MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FIRST MORTGAGE GOLD BONOS, 4fc's. DESCRIPTION OF BONDS. . Denominations $600 and $1,000 each. Dated Teh. 1, 1901. Due annually from 1903 to 1922, inclusive. Interest pay »ble eemiannually at' Minneapolis. SECURITY. These bonds are secured by a first iien 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 b« erected thereon. PRICE. r ull particulars as to price, etc., furnished oa application. OFFERED SUBJECT TO SALE. The Minnesota Loan & Trust Co., 3k; Nicollet Aye. TIC-© Allays all irritation of the Sexual Apparatus, which causes—BAD DREAMS— that results in involuntary Emissions. It strengthens the weak and relaxed sem inal resides, tone* op the Intrinsic muscles: and, Stops Night Losses Carried in vest pocket and taken without observation Two months treatment for $4.00, sent by mail. This cures. Write Minneapolis Privat...

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

8 NUMBER 6—Continued. • Al JEWELRY BUSINESS FOR SALE; REA «on for selling, ill health. M. P. Frederick eon. Cottonwood. Minn. " • " ", : '. ~* POOL HALLS INCREASE YOUR INCOME; no fake; write and see, to Wells & Wood, ! Nashua, lowa. -: " " " .-■";•' •"-'• ■'' ' AUTOMOBILE, PARTNER WANT ' ed at once; money to be mad© with small capital. Address X 872, Journal. ; >.K..i..H"H":"i"i"i"i"H"i";"i": iii"!":"i"i"i i» - •*• HAVE YOU ANY MONEY to Invest? •♦ --4« See our ad under "Mines and Mining." »J« 4- INTER STATE GOLD MINING CO. + '■■ •{• Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. 4* i I »-H"I"l"H"I"I'4~l~H"H"M"I"lI"l"I"l~H FOR SALE OR RENT—LIVERY BARN: NO stock; stabling 30 horses; good livery town; title perfect; possession April 1; owner going to California. Address P. O. Box No. 4, Walnut Grove, Minn. ' ■ ' WANTED—AN OPENING IN ■ LEGITIMATE business for a little money and a good busi ness man. Address X 876, Journal. ■ - Wanted—to BUY an established, , paying mail order business. Address...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. NUMBER 40. ; :4i PATENT ATTORNEYS WILLIAMSON '■'<&*■ MERCHANT (JAMES F. v\ illiamson and Frank D. Merchant), patent Q-i- oreys ana solicitor?, main office No. 929-; »*> Guaranty Loan building, Minneapolis, Minn.;..branch office, roam 52, McGlll build ing. Washington. D. C -,!»;■;.>?.. - , P. H. GUNCKEL, ;T«nple Ct., counselor and solicitor. In patent and trade mark causes. XIMBKR 47. r? REAL !ESTATEUfOR SALE ftbt..■' m«^ IMPROVED j, ... EDMUND g! WALTON, 300 HENNEPIN, IS sues a new icatalogue ol bouses for sale and rent every, two weeks, .-■fiend or call.- • W. A. "BARNES & CO.,- 300-302 NICOLLET, issue a rental bulletin and; real estate list ce-f y.Monday. ■ Call or/send| and get one. HOUSES,' $1,500 tv $50,000. ! Minnetonka prop erty. , Acres, rents, loans. Insurance; care of property. Lewis W. Campbell, <luar. Loan. WE buy ana sell cit}^ raW~tarm~ property. Mort. Loans., C. A. Quist & Co., 109 4th st S. IF IT'S REAL" ES...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

10 PERSONAL MAGNETISM A College, Chartered Under State Laws, With a Capital of $100,000, for the Purpose of Teaching Per sonal Magnetism and Hypnotism b> Correspondence. EVERYBODY IV Mi LEARN Tan Thousand Copies of Va aluable Work on These Sciences to Be Given Away to Advertise the College. The American College of Sciences of Philadelphia, Pa,, ia a novel institution. It Is chartered under state laws, with a capital of $100,000, for the purpose of teaching Personal Magnetism, Hypnotism, Magnetic Healing, etc., by correspondence. At an expense ot over $5,000 the college lias issued a remarkable work on these sciences, ten thousand copies of which will be given away absolutely free. The book Is elegantly illustrated with the moat ex pensive engravings-, and It is decidedly the finest and most comprehensive work of its kind ever published. It is the pro duct of the combined talent of thirty dis tinguished hypnotic specialists and scien tists. It thoroughly explains all the hid den s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

PART II JOtT&N AL JUNIOR TESLA CLAIMS A RADIENCE LIKE THAT OF SUNLIGHT The Light From His New Electric Lamp Is Soft, White and Without Heat-Its Sanitary Qualities. Boston Herald. Remarkable interest is awakend by Tes la's new light. "Artificial sunlighr," he calls it, "the result of ten years of thought and experiment.'.' Under a full head of electricity the lamp presents a magic spectacle. Without wick, wire or carbon filament it floods an apartment with the light of day. It is soothing to the eye and wonderfully diffused —almost shadowless. In its eoft radiance one may read an write in any corner of the room as if it were day. And how is this light produced? By electrical vibrations of tremendous speed. For years the public has heard of Tesla's oscillator —that wonderful ma chine roaring out lightning in zigzag leap ing tongues of flame which Tesla claimed was to produce wonders, such as sending currents around the world without wires and burning the nitrogen of the air. A tho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

2 In Labor's Field NAME THEIR TERMS Woodworkers Tell Employers Just What They Want. A NINE-HOUR DAY DEMANDED That Is About the Only Chouse From Last Year— Wane Ad vance Asked. Minneapolis woodworkers have present ed their demands for the ensuing year to the manufacturers in the sash and door and saloon and drug store fixtures line, and the next few weeks will be anxious ones in the trade. The woodworkers are earnestly hoping that a strike may be avoided this year of promise in all branches of the building trade, and to that end have asked for a wage schedule and set of rules that in their estimation are extremely conservative. They have asked for no advance in wages over last year. Practically the only change request ed is a reduction of one hour in the work ing day—from ten to nine hours. The assertions of the manufacturers lead them lo believe that even this little will not be conceded and they fear there are anx ious times ahead in their trade. The agreement as presented to the m...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK BOOKS OF TO-DAY—AND SOME TO APPEAR IN THE SPRING—A REVIEW OF THE CENTURY—THE BEST SELLING BOOKS IN LONDON—THE HISTORI CAL NOVEL. Correspondence of the Journal. OEW YORK, Feb. 14.—1t seems that the publishers reserve the midwinter months for the heavier class of books. At any rate, most of the books which have appeared during the past two months have been of that char acter. Among these latter have been the so-called timely historical books, on the South African war. China. Cuba and the Philippines. Because of the recent death of Queen Victoria, lives of the queen and of King Edward VII. have been hurried out, and these might, in a sense, be called timely. Their sale depends almost entirely on the temporary news interest in the events centering about the change of sovereigns in England. There have been private lives, personal lives and authorised lives of various kinds of these members of the royal family, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, -. 1 MANAGER, ■; „; EDITOR. THE JOURNAL - is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. , C. J. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. .:*::. • ■ •-:•-. sV .<;.■•■=■•■.■■ . N ;" 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 .................$0.85 One copy, three months. ." ; 1.00 One copy. Biz m0nth5................. 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 ■*'■; - changes of ADDRESS Subscribers ordering * addresses of their papers changed must always give , their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are...

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