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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

t THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H X JOURNAL, is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-48 Fourtb Street South, Journal Uuildin», Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to Tbe 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. 1.60 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents On© copy, one month 35 cents Siugle copy 2 cents CHANGES OK ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. • CU\TIM£U ,' ■'.*■■•■.".,-..:• .•';• All papers N are continued until „an ex plicit order Is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. '■.■■ complaints'' ;■■;"-': ■';'' '>^ Subscribers will please noti...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY ETKNiyq MARCH 1, 1901. "No Clothing Fits Like Ours!' Chances w For Boys. if Odds and Ends in Boys': %£f $7 and $8 Long Pant Suits, . To-morrow, Saturday, for ......... ** 9 Odds and Ends in Boys' Jj}^ $4 and $5 Knee Pants Suits, IMI To-morrow, Saturday, for .........-'♦,' *** Boys' 50c Waists and Blouses, : fir To-morrow, Saturday, for .; :.. &af*s Boys' 75c Fancy Shirts, Or Stiff bosom, Saturday only ...... *J \jr Boys' 25c Stockings, 1 fir All-wool. Saturday for .......... X 3 p?. Two Specials for Men. All our $1.00 and $1.25" m lTr> Street, Dress and Walking Gloves, / *^C to-morrow for ....... .•...... : .... ~ •■• ** pr- Our special full-fashioned • % g\- Tan and Black Half Hose, lII.V Regular 20c quality. Saturday, for * " pr> Browning, King 4 Co —— C.J. GUTGESELL, Manager. 415 to 419 £ A «£ Nicollet Ay. CUBANS PAID $200 EACH TO RISK THEIR LIVES Government Hiring Men to Experiment On flow the Yellow Fever Is Being Fought in Havana. Kansas City, March L —Think o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

£ CITY NEWS Plllsuury Takes I'onsenwiou—John S. Pillsbury yesterday took possession of the Dayton block, which he yesterday pur chased from George B. Dayton. f|ld snop Plant Burned — The old plant and deserted warehouse of the Minne sota Soap company, Thirteenth avenue XE and Marshall street, was burned to the ground early yesterday morning. Oppose Meat Inspection — Petition* are being circulated among the Minneapolia butchers and provision men asking the Hen liepiu delegation to oppose Senator Chilton'e meat inspection bill. They claim that it U a detriment to the farmer as well as the dealer, and that all It would accomplish would J be the creation of a number of fat jobs for the politicians, one of which would pay as high as $Ij,ooo annually in fees. Will Kat "Wolf—John Gluek, the brew er, is due to eat a part of a wolf's hind quarter, well roasted, However, next Monday morning at 11. The fea6t will occur in L. Seibel's saloon, corner of Washington and Plymouth avenues. Gluek bet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY E\|Mmft MARCH 1. 1901. VERXA When the housewife is buying-—price counts. When she prepares the luncheon for the table quality counts. Both con ditions are met here with telling effect. Strictly Fresh Eggs SSLJBc Good Sweet Corn 5 0 : 60c,: Be Corn lu e s t7n! 1pe k r X n...68c 3£ 6c "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, beoause better cannot be sealed in tins. BATAVIA VEGETABLES _ , Doz. Can. Full 3 lb Tomatoes $1 65 $0 15 Full 2lb Sugar Corn 140 12& Full 2lb Marrowfat Peas ....1 30 •12 Full 2 lb- Early June Peas, small 1 65 15 Full 2 lb ex-Superfine Sifted Early June Peas ' 2 25 20 Full 2 lb Champion of England Peas 1 50 14 Full 2 lb Telephone Peas 1 50 14 Full 2 lb Sweet Wrinkled Peas 1 50 14 Full 2 lb Stringless Peas 2 00 IS Full 2 lb Sweet Potatoes ...1 35 121-. Full 2lb Golden Wax Beans.l 70 15 " Full 2 lb Lima Beans 185 17 Full 2 lb.Succotash 165 15 Ful...

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

8 Sore Hands Red, Rough Hands, Itching, Burning irf(gH One Night Treatment Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot, creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear, during the night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful, and points to a speedy cure of the most distress ing cases when physicians and all else fail. Cured by Culicura I WAS troubled with hands so sore that when I put them in water the pain would near set me crazy, the skin would peel off, and the flesh would get hard and break, then the blood would flow from at least fifty places on each hand. Words never can tell the suffering I endured for three years. v I tried at least eight doctors, but my hands were worse than when I commenced doctoring. I tri...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 1. 1901. jhcKELPLiOT ! • 307 NICOLLET AYE. 1 '■ — ! Children's SHOE SPECIALS ; Children's Storm Rubbers— I and 40c quality sizes 4[ B5 A ' Si to y|. 0n1y........ IOC ; Misses Patent Tip Vici Kid Boots $1.50 and - $1.75 values,; sizes 1, HA: 2. OOa Cut t0....... VDC Child's Heavy Vici Kid Lace I Boots for school wear, AOt g% ! sizes 8^tolO|: Only..**Ot ; Misses' Heavy Vici Kid Lace ! Boots, 11 to 2, solid leath- ; er throughout, ? ff%skf% ! 0n1y................ vOv 1 Ladies' Plump Vici Kid spring J heel Boots, sizes &4 . i[C| 24 to 5,0n1y.....^ ■■*§■© « Boys' School Shoes in satin J calf, sizes 4to si, $1.50 ti* 4 J and $1.75 values, cut to. V^ ■ ; Just received big spring ship- \ ment of Boys' "Never Rip" School Shoes, cut out of onel piece of seal calf, 4 C£% < $1.75 value, cut toH? ■ "Olf J Chapman's ffyP Bth and Nicollet. SPECIALS for SATURDAY Pil Plants 7e LettUCe ££* ...;.....:;.;;....•.... 3c ft p *% niv Fancy, large. Redlaud »Navels, UrangßS = reg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

JOT; Ladies' Depts, on Second Floor. I Th c Rymouth I —-■-- ■ ■■ ■ . i. - Correct Dress from Head to Foot R.e©Ldy-to- Jackets. The three specially priced lots offer an unusual opportunity' to secure well made garments at far be low the actual cost of manufacture. ■ Ladies' Jackets in finest Chinchilla-Kersey and Cheviot, beautifully r $ P^.so tailored, lined with "Skinner" satin, storm and notch collar, former 1 *' prices from $12 to $20, Saturday at, " only ' m i Ladies' Jackets in .Cheviot, Boucle and Kersey, storm and coat collar, $ £"• ■ ether satin or silk lined, former prices from $10 to $13. . J"* Sjaturday ................,...................!............ *" Misses' Jackets at prices that will clean up the lot before night, all new, bright, si ylish Jackets, all colors, lined with \ serge and. satin, and $ "JT QJi $ C have sold at from $7.50 to $12, . ages 12, 14, 16 and 18, _ *%' nm | S\ Women's Furnishings. ; Ladies' White Flannelette Skirts/, made with yoke band and draw ...

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

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 1. 1901. Saturday the Last Day of THE GREA T SHOE SALE, Knoblauch's Arcade, 239 Nicollet Aye. and 23-25 So. Wash. Aye. Ladies' rubbers, sizes 2£ to ■» — k 3^, worth 40c, sale price ..'-.V ■ C Ladies' storm 1 rubbers, .<fß Et*% worth 1 50c, sale price.,,'^llOu Ladies' light sandal rubbers, low, all sizes, worth 50c, sale AA^ price ;. V;;". ..;..fcivw Ladied*'sl;dO'kid button and lace, patent and kid tips, QP^ broken sizes, sale . .UUV Ladies'" $5.00 . vici : welt sole, lace, sale ''.-■;;' .• .' .'' 4tA ■ EA price ...;."."..;;;.. 9a ■ OU ' Ladies' $3.00' patent leather and fine vici kid lace, CHIPI sale price *P liVO Ladies'.felt house slip- OQ A pers, worth 75c, sale price« *9 %3 Ladies* kid strap sandals and opera kid slippers, .worth $1.00 ■VQ^ and $1.25,. sale price : ;J. a.5? v SALE PRICES ON CHILDREN'S SHOES Misses' kid, button and lace, QA. [ Boys' and youth's school shoes, __ Q tvorth 31.50. : Sale price:.:. O«9C ! satin calf,worth $I.2sand Misses' Sto...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

12 JkICEiPLATI 307 NICOLLET AYE. ;Sell nothing but Good \ Boots. The best in town [for the money are the "Gloria" $3 50 Boots f Come in and try on a pair of new patent vici kid "Gloria." They are the latest. Also 20 j other new styles, in all sizes, ! only \ $3.50 IN A NUTSHELL Columbus, Ohio—Rosslyn Ferrell was elec trocuted yesterday for the murder of Charles Lane, the express messenger, last August. London—Andrew Carnegie has presented $32,500 to the iron and steel institute for the foundation of the Andrew Carnegie research scholarship. New York—William S. Devery, deputy com missioner of police, has refused to dYaw his salary. He intends to test the constitutional ity of the new law. Austin, Texas—The state senate has passed Che bill making kidnapping a capital offense. In the house bill will probably be passed without opposition. Nerw York—ln the trial of Jesse Davis, a Bellevue hospital nurse, accused of the mur der of Louis H. Hilllard, an insane patient, the Jury rendered a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY E\fENING!, MAECH 1, 1901. About Our Busy People WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THEY SAY What's the matter with business, any way? Merchants say their clerks have nothing to do but stand behind the coun ters and try to look pleasant. The weather has been good, and these are not partic ularly hard times. I made business for the people whose names were in this col umn last week and you'll find them right here again to-night. They offer values which are irresistible to any one who needs such goods. It's an easy matter for a merchant to claim "bargains" and say that he gives "the best for the least money." Perhaps he does, but you may be sure of it if you see his name here. MAX FOR THE BUSY PEOPLE. Who wants to buy a $500 Steinway up right piano for $185? It is one of the cot tage style, with rich ebony case, and you will find it at the Metropolitan .Music store, 41 Sixth street S. if you go there to-morrow. 1 cant say how long it will be on sale, for last Saturdays special bargain ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

14 WHEAT WAS EASIER, MAY SELLING TO 7454 c Quiet Tone and Tendency to Wait |or New Development ia the Situation. COUNTRY STOCKS ARE LIGHT The Falling Off at Dulutli Slakes >urllin«iteru Receipt* Light •-General Seiv». Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March I 1 — Wheat continues in quiet tone, -with flue- I tuations confined to -very narrow lines. This morning brought no change from the ruling dullness. May opened at 74% c, touched 74% c and showed no variation of importance until nearly noon, when there was a break to i 74>4c. Duluth showed the same heavy shrink- j age in receipts, receiving only 16 cars against 208, which made the total northwest compari son 317 against 641 last year. Liverpool was **d higher on first advices, but eased off to }»d lower. Temperature* are higher over the winter wheat area, with rain* in Illinois and Ohio, and the indications are for a. gen eral thaw. Springfield, 111., cays in the stats crop and weather report that snow disap peared ov«er cent...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 1, 1901. V AIIH Jbb^Sb*^^ Won't run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. ft« | [ Your Business i^bta. me *™v mm ■ Needs Advertising ngjjjj^mgjuß^pß^B—^^^mm»— — . * ~- < .< r ~ ~ " TO OUST THE POPS. Full.Text of the Bill S. D. Repub licans Now Rely Upon. NOT SUBJECT TO REFERENDUM ' '<■ '' . "" ' i l'Ai-tr Caucus Measure to Be Pushed '~* ThrouVli— Due in oS v-'. .- -r. \ Two Weeks. < . Special to"The Journal. '■•■- — - Pierre, S. D-, March L- Following is the full text of the bill by virtue of which 'the;.republicans .believe they will secure ,cofltror pf. the board of charities and cor • rebtloris and with" it the control of such -public- institutions as the insane hospital, the penitentiary and the reform school. .Under,the bill recently passed, the gov ernor, has full power to remove the mem bers .of the bqard after notice and hear ing, in view of the testimony elicited by the: investigating committee with refer ence to the manner ...

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

16 - Normannaheimen IN VIKINGS' LAND Mayor Johnson of Fargo Writes From Christiania. IT IS A THRIVING METROPOLIS Norway I- Very Nearly a. Fare De mocracy — I.arKt? Import* Prom the United State*. Special Correspondence of The Journal. ■Christiania, Norway, Feb. 14.—As you ■vvlll see, I am now in the land of the •'Vikings." If the shores of the bay and fjords about this city could talk, what wonderful tales could they not unfold. It was from these shores that the terri ble Norsemen went forth on their expedi tions of conquest and plunder. It was from these shores that the hardy sailors of the "Northland" went forth and dis covered, and not only discovered America, but made settlement at Martha's Vine yard in Massachusetts, hundreds of years before the birth of Columbus. The Scan dinavian race will, in time, secure due credit for what it has done for civiliza tion and the liberty of the human race. The old Vikings of Norway, Sweden and Denmark left their work wherever they went and wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

j ■ '," *■ . ■-*.'.' . \ „.*■ Baßß^Hiwt'^'wi'*™-*. " '"• j^^l- j^P'-*fr*-jj^^lllli^^p*''B^'''*'MHßMßßßWßßHil^WßHßßi PRICE TWO CENTS. CAPITAL IS FILLING UP Big Crowds Pour In for the Inauguration. ROOSEVELT ON THE WAY Governors From the West Expected to Arrive To-morrow. SOLDIERS FROM PORTO RICO Anti-Saloon League "Will See That the Sunday Law In Ob served. Washington, March 2.— The streets of the capital to-day began for the first time to show the effects of - the inauguration crowds. The railroad^ reported heavier traffic than at the same date before the first McKlnley inauguration. Trains ar rive In from two to five sections. Two governors had arrived up to 1 p. m.. Odell of New York and Longino of Mississippi. Lieutenant Governor Tim othy Woodruff of Xew York got in yester day and Governor McLean of Connecticut late last night. Governor Yates of Illinois and Governor Shaw of lowa are expected tomorrow. Vice President-Elect Roose velt is expected at 5 p. m. Business is largely at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

4m MUNYON'S INHALER Kills Grippe Germs. It opens up all the air passages in stantly. It cures catarrh, sore throat, bronchitis and all lung diseases.' , You breathe medicated and vitalized Air. You soothe the Inflamed parts. You cure the dis ease tissue. Thousands try it and buy it every day. All druggists sell it. or MAILED TO ANY ADDRESS FOR $1." Special Free Demonstration This week at the following Stores: Voegeli Bros.' Drug Store. . A. D. Thompson Drug Co., opposite Postoffice. Q. A. Rose, 303 Central Avenue. Churchill & Scheldrup, 15 So. Wash ington Avenue. Munyon'a Cold Cure Is a certain cure for any cold. His Rheumatism cure is a Specific for every rheumatic pain. His Dyspepsia Cure keeps the stomach and bowels in good condition. 57 cures for 57 ills. : : . Broadway and 26th St, New York HE'S STILL TALKING Piugree Says Steel Trust Will Kill the Grand Old Party. UNITED STATES CAN WALK.ALONE Business Is N6t So Exciting as Poli ties but You Have Moire , . • ; Friends. . . ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

SATURDAY EVE 3 PNEUMONIA "o CONSUMPTION ——__^__^_^____ Destroyed Fourteen Hundred Lives Daily During the Past Month. Four-fifths of These Deaths Due to Carelessness in Selecting Treatments for Coughs, Catarrh and Bronchitis. THESE DISEASES EASILY PREVENTED. It would seem that any sensible person, after reading the reports of the Bureau of Vital Statistics published by the Government, would think twice before experi menting with remedies and treatments which these reports prove have been practically worthless in curing or preventing Pneumonia and Consumption. During 1886 these reports show that eighty-two thousand persons died from these diseases, and that the death rate increased every year until 1896, when it reached the horrifying total of 254,321; this from Pneumonia and Consumption alone. Now, during this whole period, Ten Years, every drug known which could be taken in the stomach, every germicide which could be employed in sprays, vapors or atomizers, were used, and yet medica...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

%v. GAIN FLESH An Absolute Necessity in Many Cases. A DECREASE IN WEIGHT FREQUENTLY INDICATES A DECLINE. Our Modern Rebuilder, Vinol, WiU Help You Do It. THE WAY IT ACTS ON A BE PLETED CONSTITUTION IS SIMPLY MARVELOUS. Are you ( petting' thin ? If you ar« you had better watch yourself. Take Vinol. It will build you up quickly and surely. A healthy man does not vary much. from year to year in his weight. This is as it should be. Vinol enables the organs of the body to renew flesh, muscle tissue, bone structure, and at* tends to purifying the great vital cur* rent of .the human system, the blood. Vinol contains the active curative properties of Cod-Liver Oil in a highly concentrated state, and is the most wonderful tonic that we have ever had anything to do with. Vinol acts upon the stomach in a beneficial way, enabling it to obtain for itself the necessary ingredients from the food that is taken into it to build up the pure healthy body and in crease the weight. Mr. H. M. Stufell, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAECH 2, 1901. SjrßHiW Beyond the San^E! ''/^f&!r There is no escape from the sun's heat ai>»£ " i^lil ' but I'atton's Sun Proof Paints afford the house jK ample protection under all conditions of the weather. WL PROOF i wIOIS M :^Ss|k' ' give a glossy, enamel-like surface^ that lasts almost '^'^t^i- indefinitely. They rover much more surface, «§sl|^ ■'•//^S B^. ail(' -ast twice as long as white lead paints.. >*^^^ W S^L Book of paint knowledge sent free. JBkT^zA \: i mfllbk PATTON paint COMPANY, I Aj^l^^Mß^ 208 Lake St -' Milwaukee, j^S^l^LSl 1 Hotel WBGi@B 9i& Broadway, sth Avev and 27rlJ Street, New York. Jt Absolutely Fireproof ■«a«w.iwini^r JlToVln suite, with or without bath, hot and cold wat« andteleuhone in every room Cni«lni> lied ! Made of Palm &01sv£ oils | Palmolive, the Oriental lint- fi^E ury for the bath, heals the <kjs skin and makes it soft ; as a baby's. Enriches o&feM&> and beautifies the R^^^W i complexion. TJS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

6 CITY NEWS Debate Postponed — The Minnesota lowa University d«bato has been-postponed one week. Complaint Against Their Son— The Karels case of voluntary bankruptcy, which was up before' Referee Merriman, Thursday, was continued •to March 11. Mr. and* Mrs. Ludwig Karels are complainants against their son, Louis Karels. It Is alleged that the son secured money and property without re turning the equivalent. tilts Batch of Indictment* — grand Jury was expected to report late yester day. Policeman Stewart has been Indicted for Bhootlng AUie Hoag. The jury may re port an indictment for perjury against one of the Hamilton case witnesses. A large number of indictments are due. So Agreement — No agreement was reached at the meeting of the committee of the Master Painters' association, which was held yesterday afternoon to consider the con cessions offered by ,'■ the committee of ' the Painters' imlou at the conference on Wednes day In the office of Harry Cramer in refer ence to the scale ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 2, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10. MIVXEAPOHB. inrsr. Capital....... $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2% &c& Allowed on OI a. On Deposits. .Cr*> &£&. Legal Depositor)' Of QL, On for Court a ad <O?X>™&. Trust Funds INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. « SAFETY DKP*M|T VACLTB, Whan in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Oppostte Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Avos. 80. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $j to $J. 50 per day; European plan. 50c. 75c. $i and $1.60, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. Good Things to Eat. li^GR'LL DINING AND LUNCH ROOMS. 308-310 First Avenue S. and I Siiffi2iß2 GORDON'S NEW LECTURE It's Said to SurimMS His I ir>l Kn'ort in Interest. Thirty-six years have elapsed since the civil war came to ...

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