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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

MOB PAY EVENING, FEBBUARY 18, 1901. YERXA The ■;}:_ Grocery lay-out under this roof sparkles with intrest for those who appreciate quality and the value of a dollar. Leaf Lettuce & 3t Bananas Sr°L rtpe. .. 10c up Sggs pffi^-...........;...;.nc IftggS per do- I f C Dates £r w, b : ;.;.;.. 6c CiA>e California, tv l lb. C, ■I$S packages 01 Rolled Oats & Us B|«> B Good navy "I _ DIBfIS peruurat ...:.fi D-ft#«t_-_--» Best Burbank, AQm rOIBIOSS Per bushel 488 This means a full bushel, 60 lbs. • Lard »:.;..„.....,.......... ...BJc Pears Roods-lb cans, -while the lA* rcSIS lot lasts, can...... ...IUC Qwaal ___■■_ Excellent unlabled Sweet aWBBT WClll Corn, UA. per (■ perdei Dili can.. OS This li toe greateat bargain of the season. Poitkae 2Mb, boxes Fancy Cal. 71 m ' rClffnOS Peaches, by the box 12© 80 lb. less quantity. Prunes 'S^.^.^ata^. 4c Soap I?* o**:.*".*: : 30c Soap .^.l^. 6.. 6t ■ There is no better to be had. Soap SE^ff* ...;.....25fi Blnger Snaps a.. Crisp... Sc Very...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

8 WHEAT MADE A DECLINE, MAY TOUCHING 74c Market Was, Up 3-8 c Early, but i Turned Weak and Eased Off | Towards the Close. I MAY CORN SOLD DOWN ONE CENT Increase la Wheat on Paasage, and Decrease In the Visible— '.V -General Xeiri. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 18.—.Wheat opened steady, made a Blight ad vance early ■ and held up until noon. > May •tarted »£c higher, at 74% c, touched 74%@ 74 V. and eased off to Saturday close at 74»»c. Th« anticipated bearish figures as to ■world's shipments and wheat afloat came out, but in their effect were counterbalanced by steady" foreign 'markets,' and smaller . receipts at north Western j points. There was no pres sure. Little, wheat was on sale, 'and the market hardened and showed upward ten dency on the light buying for shorts who covered in a moderate .way. Liverpool closed %@%d higher. In Minneapolis there were 489 cars, against 605 last year, while Duluth fell off to comparatively nothing, reporting only 6 cars against'lßo last...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 18. 1901/ CHINA MUST GIVE IN Opposing Yon Waldersee's Expedi tion Will Mean Ruin. END OF THE DYNASTY AND EMPIRE Hi* Force Will Not Move If the Chi neic Court Comet to Termi Promptly. AW York Sun Spmclmt Smrvfca Peking. Feb. 18.— The great military operations contemplated, by Field Marshal Count Yon ■ \Waldersee, commander in-chief of the allied forces, at the end of the month, will not start if the Chinese come to .their, senses promptly and comply with the demands of the powers, particu larly that part of them referring to the punishment of the guilty ones. If it had not been for the influence of Chang Chin Tung and his envoys, who are con stantly working with the dowager em press, . the whole matter, would have al ready been v settled. - ;'.",:>,-■=• :: . •. It. is the opinion -of men knowing the situation well, that opposition by the Chi nese, once the expedition Is under way, will murk not only the end of the dynasty, but of the Chinese empire as welL...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

10 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE GREER'S BILL LOST The Teachers' Tenure Bill Indefi- nitely Postponed. A CIGARETTE BILL PASSES Halvorson's Bill Gets Through the Senate With But Slight Opposition. Senator Stockwell scored a - home i run this morning when he went to the plate to take the kinks out of Senator Greer's de livery. The Lake City : statesman was pitching a ball known as S. F. 10, the same being a bill to make more certain and se cure the tenure of office of teachers. This bill would give school teachers a life ten ure after having served continuously in one district or school for two years and after being appointed for a third. Senator Snyder poked a little "bunt" down to the pitcher which" exempted the state university from the effects of the bill. Senator Thompson knocked a "daisy cut ter" which Senator Fitzpatrick tried, to field but fumbled. Mr. Thompson said that the bill was entirely too indefinite; that while it provided that teachers could be removed for cause and after due...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNIM PRICE TWO CENTS. SERIODS IN VENEZUELA Armed Force Is Guarding the Pitch Lake. NO JUSTICE IN COURTS United States Has Acted With Great Forbearance. OUTRAGES ARE VERY FREQUENT American Comnli Are Attacked and Imprisoned and There Is >o Hepnration. Port of Spain, Island of Trinidad, Tues day, Feb. 5. —A correspondent of the As sociated Press has just returned from a ten-days' stay in Caracas, Venezuela, to investigate the. Venezuelan situation. The outlook at the Venezuelan capital is not good. There i 3 a feeling of apprehension in the air. The Castro government be came unpopular, and hostility to it is talked rather freely. The substantial and solvent people of the community condemn the government's attitude toward the New York and Bermudez Asphalt com pany. << The New York and Bermudez company, it is aald, is quietly gathering a strong force of well-armed and well-drilled men at the pitch lake, in command of Major Rafferty, formerly of the Sevetity-f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

•"2->- ! . at a given and preconcerted signal, each I has dropped quietly into place with, mili tary precision. ...• ■"** " * „ " ( 11, is apparent that there ;is , a big con flict of opinion in the Hamilton jury and from the almost savage expression on . their faces at noon, their, arguments may, at limes, , have * reached the heated stage. All kinds of Tumors were ' afloat as $to ■ how the jury has stood on ■ different bal lots taken, but nothing authentic. could be learned. A Nine to Three Report. ,It was said that ' the jury , at one time stood nine to three for acquittal and it was again reported that .the odds ' were < the same for conviction. Hamilton entertained a steady stream of callers to-day, only his friends and ac quaintances being admitted. The crowd . continued to increase this afternoon. Most of the telephone inquiries received at the sheriff's office were from women, who invariably expressed deep solicitude as to what the verdict would be. Day's relatives wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

TUESDAY EVEN^ti, Jb'EEJiUAKI- 19. 1901, THERE'S AWAY OUT Congressmen May Escape Meeting in Extra' Session. PRESIDENT'S POSITION STATED If CoitKreua Acts and the' Cuban •"■: Question la Adjusted (on- * , :*•' ' Kress Will Not Meet. *•*• York Sun Somoiml Stwvtmm, . Washington, Feb. 19;— President Mc- Kinley has continued the caucus with the republican • senators • and representatives about; a- probable extra -session of the Fifty-seventh congress. i The president's attitude was thus .explained by one of the senators to whom he talked freely. If the legislation now mapped out for pas " sage by the. majority party In congress, that" Is, the appropriation bills i and the Spooner amendment" to the army 'appropriation bill giving the president power to establish civil -: government in the Philippines, is enacted, and . the- Cuba matter is settled in a way satisfac ; try .to } the .-United States, the extra session will not be called. If the Cuban question is not so arranged, and the consti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

■iBfS THE JOURNAL ' LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, ' MANAGER. V ' EDITOR." T H E JOURNAL is published every evening;, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. •-, ' '.';■ ■'■■ : ■ , ,■■ ■■>'■: .;' - • NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune - building. CHICAGO OFFICE—SOB Stock Exchange building. • SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. ■ Delivered by mail. One copy, one m0nth........ $0.35 One copy, three months ........T. 1.00 One copy, six 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 m0nth...........:.. 35 cents Single copy ;...................... 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their paper* changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED ' All papers are continued until an ex-' p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

V $ttesda? iFEBmfiCRY m mi. '-'" fiHjfck \^BB^ fik *jH i'ff^ 163 jmjjsfc^h 4ssjk jfi^StfL B\ |H H (^^Rik ■' Kain fflfvn Bom BB .' 183831 ■■'> §"Vl ' . sSf^ffim ■wor^^B JeWbO* IQ& Shl ffiH^fiv DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK. Picture Sale EXTRAORDINARY. Wednesday. ; Bargain Tables, Main Floor. The greatest clearing sale of fine Framed Pictures ever offered to the public at less than half cost to manufacture. They are all desira ble pictures; frames and subjects. On Bargain Tables, Main Floor, and there will be three lots, as follows: Lot 1. llxl4 ' xl 2, 10x18 and Bxlo ■—— • Carbons, Platino types, colored pictures and photos in 1 inch ffc and 2 inch gold, black and f^kf* brown frames; SfSJ'SS choice liiVv Lot 2. 16x20< 12x16, Bxlo and 4x6 ;^: '■■ \ ;^: Paintings, Pastels, colored Scen eries, Platino types, Bas Relief ij^ffk • in 2 inch black, gold, 3 panel f^|ii|* and 6 panel Frames; ZTil&*Z*l VVV Lot 3. I6x2°> 20x26, 20x24 Colored — Photos, Pastels, colored Scener ies and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

V Jr\ CITY NEWS Smith Leaves *Us '■> — 1 Thomas I Smith, street commisaioner of the ninth ward for the past tour years, left yesterday for Everett, Wash* whan he plans to mane bib Home. PtUstraarr Will s Give ~ L.l«ht—Charles Plllsbury will speak on ''Light and Illumina tion" at a special - meeting of the: electrical workers , to; be held at Alexander's ha11,'36 Sixth street 6. Wednesday evening. President Xorthrop Return*— dent Northrop, of the < university, returned yesterday from, Chicago, where ;he delivered an address yesterday at the funeral services for; toe late M. • S. Meyssnburg, one 'of his oldest and closest friends. . TheWorkhonie Quarantine — The quarantine at the city workhouse will ■ be raised to-nigh*, and at that , time forty prisoners .-will be released.. The city prison ers now at the county Jail will serve their sentence* there, however, and will not be removed to the "works." , Part: Board Finances—The committee on finance of the park board has passed upo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, FEBEUABY 19, 1901. ' VERXA The general Canned Fruit and Vegetable stock is just what it ought to be —biggest and best assort ment, least prices. lood, Sweet f orn This corn is worth double the money. Gcod Peas 6£~f. fOe "Batavia" Canned Goods Canned Fruits and Vegetables that are labeled "Batavia"' may be depended upon as the world's best. Money will not purchase better, because better cannot be sealed in tins. BATAVIA VEGETABLES Doz. Can. Full 3 lb Tomatoes $1 65 $0 15 Full 2 lb Sugar Corn 1 40 12% Full 2 pcand Marrowfat Peas..l 30 12 Full 2 lb Early June Peas, •- V small. . 165 15 Full 2 lb ex-Superfine Sifted Early June Peas ." .2 25 20 Full 2lb Champion of England :;,-..;* Peas ........ ."...I 50 14 Full 2 lb Telephone Peas ..1 50 14 - Full 2 lb Sweet Wrinkled Peas.l 50 14 Full 2 lb Stringless Pea 5...... 200 ' 18 Full 2 pound Sweet Potatoes ..1 35 12% Full 2 lb Golden Wax Beans...l 70 15 Full 2 lb Lima Beans .....185 17 Full 2 lb Succotash ...........1 65 15 Fu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

!$? THE NEW STORE ' 615, 617, 610, 621, 623, 625, 627, 620 NICOLLET AY. j\ _ „_.*.s*>' riAt/Ac not the- on Bargains at the j LF6IIL S UlUVt^ New Store Wednesday. SSM? Knivfts Mbboi^ T L p;Jr«" is^ w ; kni^s ■"- Those Taifeta Silk Ribbons' of } Ladies' silk vests, low neck, Wm. KogerslJdwt. knives, ' manufacture do not come crocheted and no sleeves; pink, (quantity liimted),per 95C *P q tbe ugual standard of ex- blue, lavender, black; KJI O set of six.. . ......... ww cenQethatour patrons expect, $ worth to $1,00 ...... ■■ 1111 V Silverware imported to g c Notions. C Rogers & Bros fancy ban- to close, yard .... tf W - B^^Sk" Bindings died gold bowl, large s lZ e pie LaCSS ", black only, worth- 8c; 'N €%-* knives, tomato servers, jelly ■■ English Torchon Laces, narrow, this sale ...:.....;..". i-.fcU knife, gravy and^creanv ladles aii a-fine, or wide and coarse as « amn l Aft ft «* c.r.t. and co d meat forks ||f||> you cboS e, insertions to' QJ W SailipieS Of 5181; UafjjeiS ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

Tuesday evening, February 19, 1901 CURED in THREE WEEKS! nHE nervous troubles of children are no less heartrending because J(| i I they are common. 1 ; . jC-1 I «-j What agonies of anxiety the parents of such children endure! • IELJH| : . Mss;. D. Wabd, of 904 North Carlisle St., Philadelphia, Pa., , "•'■: ■: tells how her little daughter was cured of St. Vitus' Dance by "Dr. Greenes Nerrura blood and nerve remedy. She says : . ';•; *, *^My little daughter, Blanche, was stricken with St. Vitus' Dance. We had the best physicians attend her, but she grew steadily worse until she was as helpless as an infant. She couldn't speak one word or keep still for one-half minute at a time. I was driven almost to despair. I just left off their medicine and used Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. She slept better that night, and I con tinued it all the next day and night without letting the doctor know of the change. IHe called in two days and pronounced her 99 per cent, better. I then ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

10 WHEAT FIRM ALL DAY, MAY CLOSING HIGHER Cables Lower, but the Market Holds Unresponsive to Weakening News. MAY CORN QUIET AND STEADY r Bradatreet'tt Figure* Show an In crease of 903,000 General Xevra of a Quiet Session. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. Feb. 19,—1t was » quiet; day In wheat. The ses sion opened with a" trace of weakness in the May option on Liverpool advices „: show ins a decline there of V*& •to %d. Paris had V holiday. Corn was : steady. ; : There was so ' light a trade here that the i pit was .; half deserted at times, and conditions were the same In other markets. Chicago reported very dull business with scarcely anything doing aside from elevator trades and some purchases by Armour, and but little specula tive interest shown. Part of the firmness came from elevators taking in their hedges. Large operators in both markets would like to see a widening in the difference. North western receipts were 367 cars against. 472 last year. Weather conditions are clear...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 19, 3901 CUT IRON TARIFF Combination Then Cannot Figure Much in Politics. MATTHEW MARSHALL'S LETTER Copper Industry la Coming to tbe Front in the Boatou Market. . mmw York Sun SpaolaiSarvlom ; New York, Feb. 19.—Discussing the financial situation the Sun says: During., the greater part of last week the fear that the proposed combination between the steel companies might prove too vast an ''.undertaking, or that there was. or might be, I some halt in the negotiations" that'were under way, was reflected In a hesitating stock mar-' ket. .There was also some hesitation /whether .■ the temporary strain, upon the resources of r : .', the banks, of so great an operation, coming upon the increased loans caused by the pre | vious financing of similar schemes, might not vbe embarrassing. *, ,':..'-." .• •" •••:■; *. ■' This; is;-a time of year when bank, loans ! Increase, when money flows to the interior ■ and money rates at this center tighten. The process has begun...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 February 1901

12 BRONCHITIS We Enow is Hard to Control. Our Vinol is Making a Won derful Record in Curing This Dangerous Disease. CALL AND LET US TELL .YOU ABOUT IT. Here is a letter that has just come to our attention. It will interest people suffering from bronchial troubles. It is from Mr. Geo. W. Brown, of So. Han over, N. H., and reads as follows: " I have suffered with bronchial trou bles for over a year; tried two doctors and have taken three or four kinds of medicine, none of which did me any good. At times I was so hoarse I could not speak. Then I heard of Vinol. After taking three bottles of it my voice has perfectly returned to me. I can see that in a short time I will be all right. When I began to take it I was very weak, but it has built me up and given me a good appe tite." This is what Vinol always does. This is the way Vinol accomplishes its mission of doing good. Vinol, as we wish every one to know, owes its power of accomplishing the cures that it effects to the fact that it Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. THE PLAN'S AGREED ON Reapportionment Sub-Com mittee Reports It. HENNEPIN IS UNDIVIDED Ramsey Forces a Change to Swell the Republican Margin. CAUSES SOME LINE-SHIFTING In the Main, However, the Plan Is That Published First in •'The Journal" Feb. -. The question of how to cut Minnesota up into nine congressional districts is now up to the joint committee on reapportion ment. In line -with the prediction in yester day's Journal, the subcommittee fin ished its work and reported at 4 o'clock this afternoon to a meeting of the full committee. The scheme of reapportionment which the members of the subcommittee have ■worked out is reproduced in the accom panying map. There are but three changes from the original scheme pub lished in The Journal on Feb. 2. They were the result of a concession de manded by Ramsey county, which rose in rebellion at the proposition to leave it with only Washington county to contrib ute republican majorities. The St. Paul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

2 t first degree. It was inability to "get to gether" as to the legal description of .the offense, it is asserted, that kept the jury out so .long. A Senaational Rumor. A sensational statement was made this morning that one of the jurors had fa vored an acquittal from the start and had finally come to the other way of thinking because a fellow Juror's father was dying, his condition necessitating hi* immediate presence at his bedside. Nothing was said, so far as could be learned, aa to the actual number of bal lots taken. Mr. Oakley is said to have been the dominating personality in the Jury—the man whose opinion had influ ence in determining what the final ver dict should be. The counsel for the defense had looked for an acquittal. They believed that the •reasonable doubt." sufficient to had been established in the minds of the jury. Mr. Penney'* Comment. "We are, of course, disappointed as to the outcome of the case," said Mr. Pen ney. "We mad© a hard fight and have nothing to reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, iPEBEUABY 20, 19011 ROWOVER MUSTACHE Maryland Medical College Is All Torn Up Over Hazing. SEVERAL HAZERS ARE FINED Students Make Life a Burden for a Irenliiiittii Who Henenti HazluK. Mmw York 9mm Momolml Smrvfom. Baltimore, Feb. 20.—The students of the University of Maryland medical school are determined to maintain the institution of hazing. Henry F. Schurman. a freshman. i-s equally determined not to submit to hazing, and Justice Poe. a descendant of the poet, is making the hazers pay for their fun as dearly as possible. The au thorities of the university of Maryland are standing off, taking no part iv the controversy. The university is one of the oldest medical colleges in the country, but it exercises no supervision over the stu dents, most of whom are grown-up men. They are required only to attend the lec tures and clinics and to pass their ex aminations. Mr. Soh ;-nian has a wife and two chil dren. The second-class men consider, however, that, despite his ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 20 February 1901

i THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT;- J. & f McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. 1 ■■ THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street. South, Journal "Building,, Minneapolis, Minn. 1 •> C. J. Bills on, Manager Eastern Adver ■' tising. ':- .";-. ■ --■:■ •*■: -•... '„ !•;;. ■. r. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange < building. ;.\j'"V \.. _ SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Print Co. Delivered by mail. iOn© copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three m0nth5. '............ .. 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 ' One copy, one year . ':.:..'.: .1.......:. 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 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 di...

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