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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 March 1901

8 BABY LIONS TO BED Queer Way the Zoo Keeper Has of Harrying Tlieiu. Baby lions, as well as baby boys and girls, need fresh air and sunshine, so, at the Washington Zoo the baby lions have summer quarters where they can run and stretch their limbs in a freedom somewhat like that of the jungle. A novel method is employed to get these big babies into their cage without hurt- Ing them, for gentleness is one of the rules at the Washington Zoo, and no animal is punished where humane treat meat will answer. When the animals are called to their quarters, the three baby lions poke their wrinkled noses close to the bars and settle themselves down bs -if to protest against going to bed. Then a watchman approaches with a hose and shoots a stream of water close to their small, snarling faces. Then back go the kittens by the great fecks to the cavern-like door of the in (i^£ cage, followed every step of the way iy the man with the hose. Finally*, the three small heads disappear and the slid ing d...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. HARBOR BILL IS DEFEATED Senator Carter Talks It to Death. ONLY BIG BILL TO FAIL All the Other Appropriations Are Passed and Signed. CLOSING HOURS OF THE SESSION tarter Talk* on the Kiver and Har bor Bill and the Hou»e Kills Time. Washington. March 4.—The fifty-sixth congress adjourned at noon sine die. All the appropriation bills were passed except the river and harbor bill, which failed to pass the conference stage. They were ell signed by the president. Senator Carter of Montana was still talking on the river and harbor bill when the time came to administer the oath of office to Vice President Roosevelt. CARTER* He Prevents Action on the Kivdr and Harbor Bill. Washington, March 4.—From \o:3O o'clock last night the senate remaine* in continuous session. On the sundry civil appropriation bill the senate receded from its amendment providing for three expoei nons, giving 15,000,000 to St. Louis, $50©. --000 to Buffalo and $250,000 to Chariest*...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

9> blare of bugles announced that the presi dent was ready to proceed to the White House and the time had come for. the marching hosts to move. Column after column of the uniformed ranks swung into position. At the head rode Major General Grancis V. Greene, the grand marshal, surrounded ■by his mounted aides and staff officers. Back of them rode Major General Brooke, chief marshal, with line on line of staff of ficers. eHading the rank and file of the military division came Major General Laidlow and another group of officers. The rain kept pelting down and the great coats of the officers were turned up around their ears. Leading the first brigade inarched the gray-coated cadets from West Point and after them the naval cadets from Annapo lis. Junra Kldea With Him. The president and his party went direct ly from the room of the senate committee on military affairs to carriages waiting under the archway on the east side of the senate wins- Senators Hanna and Jones, of Arkansas, and ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

MOXDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1901. ML TO GO SAILIRG J. Pierpont Morgan His Guest on the West Indian Cruise. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND INVITED Mm. Ulll'n Steam Yacht Wacoata la: Expected to Sail Within ] a Few Days. ' Mew York, March 4.—Wacouta, the steam yacht of James J. Hill, is being fitted out for a West Indian cruise, says a New London, Conn., special to the Journal. Mr. Hill has invited J. Pierpont Mor gan to be a member of the yachting party. It is understood that Mr. Morgan has ac c«pted tbe invitation. Archbishop Ire land, who is a friend of both men. has ai*o been invited. B<?veral ota«r guests will go. most of them millionaires. The Wacouta will steam to New Yorlc to take aboard her i»a««engera. but the date of her departure has aot been axed. It will be within tea days, in ail proba bility. CROWE WRITES AGAIN ME IS READY TO GIVK HIMSELF IP Omaha Chief Agreer to Protect the Man Accused of Kid \ uupiflog. Omaha. Neb.. March 4.—A local paper has received a letter purporting to have...

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

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & lioLAIN, j. MANAGER. EDITOR. T H 12 JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-48 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, • Minneapolis, ' Minn. . \ C. J. Bills on. 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 mall. copy, one m0nth......... $0.35 One copy, three months 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 • 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 discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS i Subscribers will p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1901. * B 8 ASF a^m E3 jffflT Mtffw fSJ^ ,*■ pill In the Schlitz brewery you will find a plate glass room. In it §&|| f a.* „. are cooling pipes, over which the hot beer drips. Above it is an ■ - HMH feujj air filter, and no air comes into this room save through that filter. Flrl Bygj No germs can reach beer handled with such rare caution. hssi W^Sa But, after the beer is aged, we filter it, then bottle and seal it, k9B M&fj then sterilize every bottle. Kjfcfl ESh '.. We take triple precautions because beer is a saccharine lifl IAJ;., product. Impurities multiply if they get into it. There is no BFjT| aia . grade between absolute purity and utter impurity. |jrl IBB '■--• Every bottle of Schlitz is absolutely pure, and purity is fy^% S^U healthfulness. Your physician knows — ask him. y^g 'Phone Main 707. Schlitz, 120&-11 Fourth St., Minneapolis. _. BSI Cooled in MjJM§§] filtered Air mBSM FROM Ijm^ PIIRFI^^ f^%B HEALTHFUL!! 4^^' COCOA and Y CHOCOLA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

8 CITY NEWS Died of Pneumonia—Mrs. 1 Jane Wales,' a former resident of Minneapolis, died in St. Paul ; Friday afternoon of pneumonia. Mrs. Wale* was 69 years of age and came to Min neapolis in 1863. She leave* three sons. Fu ueral from Minneapolis jeeidesoe, 2:30 p. m., Sunday, Maruh, 3, (• •..••• • Polloe Department Report—The re- Bort of the police department for the month of February shows the following: Number of arrest*. 321: 285 males, 36 females;-80 mar ried. 241 single; 292 white and 29 colored; offenses against the state, 118; violations of the city statutes, 203. ' ,'- CJ A Lonely Man* Death — Charles G. Bauer was found dead in his room Satur day at Washington and Eighth avenues N. The body was taken to the morgue, and the coroner will hold an inquest to-morrow. It id thought that the man died -from old age and heart failure. He was 71 years old. A Daring 1 Burglar—The J., H. Smith Hardware company's store, 214 Hennepin ave nue, was entered by burglars Friday night and a q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MAECH 4, 1901. ':)' m 9 , -" MLm ' Hpu KmL i" ffS B^a MB^Hm 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 i\". 15c Good Sweet Corn: 60cS 5e Unheard of Low Prices on Dried Fruits. fj-lbs of good Evaporated Peaches for 25c '2: -lb box fancy Peaches, 1b..... 7V»c Good California Prunes, lb 3&c New Dates, lb - 5c New California Figs, 1-lb pkg. 1b.... 6c Evaporated Apples, lb . ....... 8c C aII 2-lb. wooden boxes of the Genessee free wall running salt for salt shakers and salt I cellars—lt's a«plendld article and a-splen did bargain at. .. -M, ft* per box..: ....; DC - '' - : ashing Powder, two pkgs for 5c These are very cheap. . Rolled Oats, lb lMc Potatoes, full 60-lb bushel ...... 48c Compare our bushels with the measure you get elsewhere. Beans, good navy, quart 7c Very fine Creamery Butter, per lb.. 22c Fresh Dairy Butter ....14c. 16...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

8 MINNEAPOLIS TRUST CO., insurance: department. JAMES P. THOMSON, Manager. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPA - NY. Principal office: San Francisco, Cal. ' (Organized In 1863.) William J. Dutton, president; Louts Wlenmann, secretary. At - torney to accept service in Minnesota: In surance Commissioner. Cash, capital, $1,000, --000. INCOME IN 1900. Premiums other than perpetuals $1,920,675.68 i Rents and interest *'............:. 178,000.33 ; Profit on ledger assets over book » va1ue5...:..;..: 10,826.59 From all-other sources—........ 10,163.13 .■ Total income . $2,119,665.71 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Amount paid for losses ;. t $1,186,443.59 Dividends and interest- i........ - 120k00q.00 | Commissions, brokerage, salaries ■■■'■■■ ' '? I and allowances to agents ..... 257,301.45 --"Salaries of officers and employes. 236.017.74 :. Taxes and fees 68,432.45 AH other disbursements .:...... 195.495.54 I Total". disbursements .......... $2,063,695.77 Excess of inco...

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

(MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 4. 1901. BIST SPRING MEDICINE. The Palm Given to Dr. Greene's Nervura. That Grand Jury, the People, Haw So ..Bedded. Used by Hundreds of Thousands in v Spring as a Blood Medicine. Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy is indeed " The World's Great Spring Medicine." It has come to be recognized by almost everybody as the bett possible spring medicine to take, and hundreds of thousands of our people use it during the trying spring months, to tone up anew the relaxed nerves, and re-invigorate and enrich the blood. A spring medicine is a necessity if one wishes to keep in perfect health and vigor during the changes from winter to summer. This grand spring tonic, this perfect spring medicine, Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, is exactly what the system needs at this season. It not only purifies, but makes rich, red blood; it not only strengthens and invigorates the nervous S3'stem, but re-energizes and revitalizes the nerves by feeding them with re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

10 TONE OF QUIET STEADINESS RULES IN WHEAT r Cold Weather Brought Fear for Winter Wheat, but No Damage News Developed. f MAY HELD FIRM, CLOSING 74 1-2 C cream of 302,000 Ba, iv the Vi«i- Good Demand for C'amli * OfleriAva—General Newt. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce,: March 4.—Wheat stuck in the rut again to-day and ; nothing came out of enough influence to move it. Last week's dull tone was carried over. .. May opened a %c higher, at 74% c. Later weakness brought a dip to 74%<g74%c, recovery to 74% c and quiet steadiness. There was a little nervousness at first and a chow o£ firmness on the weather .news. Winnipeg reported a drop of 60 degrees since Saturday night, with, the thermometer around 20 be low zero. Colder weather is general all over the northwest, and there was apprehension that it might extend lar enough south to damage winter wheat. Northwestern receipts were liberal and this market had 15 cars more than on the same day last year, but the comparatively light run at...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 4 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1901. S Mrffcaaa* lliialmi W()lVt run itself' An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. A| | m ■■ ■ 1 1our Business i^^m^'joowKl™vhd: powerformanya Needs Advertising r m i . ' , , ..' ; . 3 K9 aa ma sy&j/r yggjp vjgjr lliclllc) ULlolllt7c>c> lo cl Jv^ U InIN/aL VV /yIN i /\l_/, . §§§ nA mH HjH QhP «^^& SwH ra» nUW g m H bSB 11 m MIE^. POPS. VOTE FOR IT New S. D. Board of Charities Bill May Be Referendumed. THIS IS THE. FUSION PROGRAM I Republican* Are. However, Xot Wor " ried—State ; ,A*»lum'a »c- t■ , .:. ':*''- i licteney A|»i»roiiriut ions. v ..,.■ s'>-SpeclaiT la The Journal. -."'•■-,. *-.l ■'"•' 5| fpferre, ,S. i> . March 4.—With the ex '-ceptlon of Mr. Stransky of' Bruit, every fusionist in the house voted for the new board of charities bill on final passage, but their brethren in the senate did not look upon it with the same indifference. At the same time, however, they profess tt>"entertain : any fear that it will be me mea...

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

n - MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE TO COME UP FRIDAY Reapportionment Will Then Have Its Inning. PENSIONS FOR INDIAN FIGHTERS The House Taken to the .'ldea and Puts I* D. Peterson'* Bill Through. Speaker Dowllnjc did not return from his home in Renville in time to presic* at to-day's session of the house and the gavel was wielded by \V. B. Anderson of W'inona. A brief debate was provoked by the motion that the reapportionment bill be made a special order for Friday. It was also ordered that permission must be secured before committees may go o,ff on Junkets. Mr. Jacobson called attention to the fact that these expeditions inter fered seriously with the attendance and that it was important to have members present when serious business was on the docket. There are three special orjj-^vs to be taken up this week and the absence ot a score of members might be seriously felt. The Meilicke bill, amending: the game and fish laws was acted upon favorably by the committee of the whole. Mr. Hunt was an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PEICE TWO CENTS. NO CHANGE IN CABINET Nominations Confirmed by the Senate. GRIGGS WILL RETIRE Vice President Roosevelt in the Chair in the Senate. CHEERED RY THE GALLERIES Urge (ruihv* Watch the First Ses •lon of the Fifty-seventh Congress. "Waihlngton. March s.—The president to-day- sent the following nominations to the senate: John Hay of the District of Columbia, secretary of state. Lymaa J. Gage of Illinois, secretary of the treasury. Elihu Root of New York, secretary of war. John W. Griggs of New Jersey, attorney general. Charles Emory Smith of Pennsylvania, postmaster general. / John D. Long of Massachusetts, secretary Of the navy. Ethan A. Hitchcock of Missouri, secretary Of the interior. James Wilson of lowa, secretary of agri culture. The senate confirmed all the cabinet nominations. Attorney-General Griggs will retain office until the president is able to select hie successor. The president to-day Issued a new com mission to George B. Cortelyou as s...

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

2 •♦ NOSE OUT OF JOINT Countess Cassini Makes Trouble in Official Washington. NIECE OF RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR He Stay* Away From Inaugural Orrniunlm Becaniie Site c la Pinned. . , .-.&•«.>*«*•£ Mmw York Sun Samoiml Smrvloa Washington, March 0.-Oountess Mar guerite Cassini the beautiful niece of the Russian ambassador, has set official Wash ington by the ears, and incidentally has involved her uncle in a muddle, which will require considerable diplomacy to clear. Countess Cassini, finding that fltle would be obliged to take second place to some that she considered herself entitled to rank, complained to her uncle with the re sult that he refused to take any part in the inaugural ceremonies. The countess has caused much Worry at the White House during the socTal season by insisting on ranking several ladies in diplomatic and official circles. The countess, who was given her title by the czar so that she might hold the position she deems hem at Washington, further complicated the! a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 5, 1901. MEN f3^ TREATED 1 and CURED J&jk, $1,000.00 }X »-, JUL^#- Institute will paythe^^g^W""lll' above sum to any one who Doctor will disprove Its claim that Farnsworth. it Is today the largest and best equipped Medical Institute for the treatment of men aaaong advertising Institutes In Minneapolis. March l, iyoi. FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS The Hin/. Medical Institute, with offices at 47-49 Washington Avi 8., Minneapo lis, corner First A vs., is an establishment thoroughly equipped for the treatment of chronic, private, nervous, blood and skin diseases of men. The advertisements of the Hin* Medi cal Institute contain only facts; they do not contain extravagant statements of cures, although the Institute is one of the best patronized In. the city. 'This Jarge patronage has been secured through square dealings, faithful and con scientious servlcV and moderate charges. Dr. Farnsworth treats all patients per sonally; he does not. employ assistants or substit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

>-2% THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T 11 13 J O I UN .V 1, is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4U Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, .Minn. c. J. unison. Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE- 36, S7, S8 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. . t SUBSCRIPTION. TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall. One copy, one month.... $0.35 I 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 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month.. 35 cents Single copy - cents CHAttCUBS UK AUUKKSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papere 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 Subscriber* -will please notify the office In every ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1901. '.]". The Plymouth Clothing House. Knox I ffTl*3 I^C^T^W^^M Hanan Ha*"* la 111 *%HM m §£j ■kAIf I II f| BPS Shoes. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. Wednesday Shoe Bargains Women's New Spring *C <« Q C j . Men's calf lace shoes, <£>'% 00 - Boots, English last, laced, •♦*■•-' , « umon ma de," regular 9«y v •Bp«cialfor ..:.....' * j $2.50, this season's styles '\t^T* Women's New Spring §/-«| sft ' Men's calf lace shoes, new styles— ' •tyles in the Nu-Idea £* "union made," in the JR'X 00 lace boots, for broad sensible toe, this • . The new shoe for women—Plymouth sale on^y •• • • *^ i "Standard," medium C^ 00 Boys' heavy school <£* 48 broad toe, Goodyear welt "*T shoes, calf uppers, new I * —for , . ' ; styles, only ;.. * .. Women's and misses' *W m Boys'rubbers, any size,' m /V new rubbers, any size, " **% g^ new styles, round toes, **% I §{** good styles, f0r........ -^*J\+ special ..;!;...*. !«^VV Sixth and Nicollet. Hotel VICTORIA 27th Str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

c CITY NEWS Big stamp Sale*— stamp sales at the Minneapolis postofflce during the month Of February were $58,862.71, against $52,924.25 Cor the same mouth last year. Elders Ordained —James Paige and C. 6. Cairns were ordained as elders at West totnster church Sunday, and Kobert Ester iy, Andrew Benton, C V. Smith, 11. L. Day *uid J. H. Riheldafler a* deacons. Will Represent the "I I."— The state Bnlverslty will be represented in the Mlnne »ota-Nebraska debate, to be held In Minne apolis March 15, by G. L. Caldwell and" S. U. Johnson, who took the first aud second places to Che preliminaries. Purse for Rev. J. J. Keane— Rev J. 8. Keane was presented with $1.4u0 by his parishioners Sunday night, lie left last night lor an European trip and the purse was gath ered by his people as a mark of their esteem. JTiie gift was a complete surprise. Ice Boating ]■ Fine— ice boating at Lake Miunetonka is unusually flue. \V. K. Morlson telephoned from tho Ice Yacht club house yesterday to the effe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

♦TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 190 L YERXA Fine qualities, freshness and moderate prices arc the three graces of our stock. Born ;JiSSSSSS2S.:: Gi-^TOc Ttils Is a great snap. ' T Strictly Fresh Eggs So- Isc Unheard of Low Prices on Dried Fruits. 6-lbs of good Evaporated Peaches for 25c 2£-lb box fancy Peaches, 1b.....:..;.. 7Vic Good California Prunes, 1b......:.... 3Hc New Dates, lb 5c New California Figs, 1-lb pkg, 1b.... 6c Evaporated Apples, lb 8c Cq|4 2-lb. wooden boxes of the Genessee free vail running salt for salt shakers and salt cellars—it's a splendid article and a splen did bargain at, 6c per box DC Washing Powder, two pkgs for 5c These are very cheap. Rolled Oata, lb l^c Beanß, good navy, quart 7c Verjr fine Creamery Butter, per lb.. 82c Fr«sh Dairy Butter 14c. 16c and 20c Tomato Catsup, quart bottle l-'-.<' American Pickles, per bottle >v .Fruit Jelly, pure, per glass 10c Mince Meat, Star, package 6c K. K» K. Norway Herring, pa 115,.... UDc Coffees. The best, fresh r...

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