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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

8 AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY— office: Hartford, Conn. (Organized in 1819.) Win. B. Clark, President. Wm.; H. King, Secretary. Attorney to accept service in Min nesota: Insurance Commissioner. Cash capi tal, $4,000,000. INCOME IN 1900. Premiums other than perpetual* $4,194,344.03 Premiums on perpetual risks .... 6,784.25 Rents and Interest 516,144.31 Profit on ledger assets over book value* 450.00 From ait other source* 44,486.07 Total Inoome $4,762,208.66 i DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Amount paid for losses ,$2,602,045.43 Dividends and Interest 720,000.00 Commissions, brokerage, salaries .* - ' and allowances to agents: .... 705,217.59 Salaries of officers and employes 298,358.39 Taxes and fees 328,011.80 All other disbursements ........ 345,102,98 Total disbursements $4,793,739.17 Excess of disbursements over In come 36.5C0.51 ASSETS DEO. 31, 1900. Value of real estate owned $230,000.00 Mortgage loans .................. '? 15,600.00 Collateral loans !' 8,000.00 Bonds and stocks owned ........

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MABCH 5, 1901. Skin-Tortured Babies AND TIRED MOTHERS Find Comfort in ' Cuticura Instant Relief and refreshing, sleep for Skin-tortured Babies and rest for Tired Mothers in a warm bath with Cuticura Soap and a single anointing with Cuticura, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. This is the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent, and economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin and scalp humors, with loss of hair, of infants and children. Millions of Mothers Use Cuticura Soap Assisted by Cuticura Ointment for preserving:, purifying, and beautifying tne skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and th© stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, In the form of baths for annoying irritations, inflamma tions, and chafing*, on too free or offensive perspiration, In the form of washes for ulceratlve weaknesses, and for many sanati...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 5 March 1901

10 WHEAT WAS DULL WITH VERY SLIGHT CHANGES Colder Weather and Lighter Receipts Offset the Lower Foreign Markets. MAY HELD IN A NARROW RANGE Bradaireet»U«ureaae of 400,000 Bu. Had \o Effect— Sew» of m- Quiet Session. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 6—Wheat was firm all day, taking Its stead iness in part from increased confidence but more particularly from a total lack of bearish aggressiveness. The Liverpool dullness of yesterday and a decline of ** to %d to-day favored a break here, and there were other Hems in the early gossip that ordinarily might have had sufficient weight to work a decline, but this morning there were no bears in evidence. Apparently no one cared to be short at this time, especially In view of the prevailing weather. The snow protection is on the whole insufficient, and in spots the winter wheat country is bare. It was felt that should the cold extend far enough 6outh a flood of damage reports would follow that would knock out every other argument for th...

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

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1901. Up -m• _> -■-- .■ -• :■,._■ "'• '.-■;* Ma"™flMwa*BMWß'Mß*BM~M*iMMa*a"»|Mß^^ ___B«__BB_3B|_B____B______tJ___Btß____B^ BBJM'WMMIWiH'iKIIIMB If **■■■* )mfei!iM4*AA W°n't ™n itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. JkM 1 A 1 a* * [ tour Business i^ir. ■rr^^i^^vt^,::^ Needs Advertising OLD LOVE CAME BACK He Marries His Old Sweetheart's Great Granddaughter. HE'S OVER A HUNDRED YEARS OLD Bride of Eighteen Yearn Say» II In Wealth Did Not Enter Into Cnnaltlerat lon. ■,-:, Mmw York Sim Saocfaf Swfto: Hinghamton. N. V.. .March s.—Miss Mary Waters. IS years or age, who formerly lived in Binghamton, has Just married Al bert O. Rood of" Allegheny. Pa., who was 100 years Jan. 4. He is very rich. In his youth Mr. Rood was engaged to Miss Waters' great-grand mother,-but they had a misunderstanding and the engage ment was broken off. Mr. Rood was never married. * '■ _T ' " "•*■*•* I--'J -■• "' Recently he visited friends in the vicin ity of Mists Waters...

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

12 CHRONIC COUGHS OFTEN ARE THE BEGINNING OF CONSUMPTION. Stop Your Cough and Avoid Future Trouble. We Will Guarantee That We Can Do It For You. Our VSnol is the Remedy for all Pulmonary Affections Vinol is a preparation that is de licious to take. It consists of a delicate table wine in which has been dissolved the active curative principles that are found in the liver of the live cod, and to which cod-liver oil owes its reputation as a remedy for coughs, colds and all wast ing diseases. If there is any one who has a cough, a tendency to take cold easily, or a dread of consumption, we would like to have them call and permit us to ex plain what we know about Vinol and why we believe it will cure all such troubles more surely and quickly than any other remedy ever given to the public. Following is a letter which has just come to hand and which shows how bene icially Vinol acted in one instance: "I had a severe cough of long stand ing. I was advised Joy friends to give your Vinol a tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAgg PKICE TWO CENTS. MORGAN'S EYE ON GERMANY Steel Trust Reaches Over the Atlantic. ABSORB OR REGULATE Negotiations for German Wire and Nail Association. CONTROL OF LAKE SHIPYARDS Morgan-Rockefeller Interests Said to Be After Auierleau Ship Building; « (imimiij. Maw York Sim Special Services London, March 6.—Negotiations are in progress in Dusseldorf, Germany, where by eighty-five works embraced in the German Wire and Nail association, are to come under the sway of the new I'nited States Steel corporation. Wheth er the J. P. Morgan trust will absorb them, or merely conclude with them an arrangement "for the regulation of trade" is not yet determined. Mr. Morgan is said to have picked out the German nail industry as his first field of European expansion, because it is the only branch of iron trade sufficiently or ganized to be assimilated with one mouthful. It is alleged the export trade of German nail works, whose annual output Is 200, --000 tons, has been pract...

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

" 2 ' BOILIHEFOREIGNERS Instructions to Those That Attacked the Peking Legations. SHOWN BY DOCUMENTS FOUND It la Said That the Plan Alao In- eluded a Maaaaore at Shanghai. Kmw York Sun Spmolml Sorvlom Victoria, B. C, March 6.—According to advices received by the Empress of In dia, a northern correspondent of the Hong kong Pre— states that it is reported from fairly reliable sources that documents have been found in Peking proving that the as sailants of the legations during the siege had instructions not to kill the inmates but to take as many as possible alive, as all prisoners were to be taken to the tem ple of heaven and there put through the process of being boiled. it is also said that Li Kung Vi, viceroy of Nanking had repeated instructions to attack and massacre the residents of Shanghai, and that had Tientsin fallen and with it Peking, there is some reason to that these instructions would have "been carried out, that is as far as it lay in the power of the Chinese. CHECK TO ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

timvTmmfjrrTywzcs&G* mabch b, 1901. 10 D DATED 51 A. D. Interesting Papyrus Discovered by Explorers in Egypt." «-r —.: - ; : . . .' FIAGMENT OF ST. JOHN'S GOSPEL Document Dated SOO A. O. Confirms the Text of the Present ■ »»*-.i ■• ■ _. ■ , • " ■ . - • $$%.; Version, IF- . K«w York, March 6.—According to a Tribune special from Boston, Rev. Dr. \Y. C. Wlnslow, vice president of \he Egyptian .Exploration fund, is authority for the statement that in adidtion to the papyrus of St. Matthew's Gospel, sent to the Uni veraity of Pennsylvania and that of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans, presented to Harvard, there are two other extremely interesting papyri!. The papyrus of St. John's Gospel is that which contains eighteen verses of Chapter I. and fourteen verses of Chapter XX. In the first part are the words "Behold the Luinb of Qod, Which taketh away the sins of the world," and "We have found the Messiah." This papyrus of St, John in book form contained about fifty pages, Dr. Winslow s...

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

£ THE JOURNAL J. S. McLAIN, EDITOR. LUCIAN SWIFT, MANAGER. T 11 i; JOURNAL, is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4U Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. XEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. Sl US*. itll'TlON TidKMS 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 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAMiES OF ADDKKSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former U well as present address. CON TIN I El) All papers are continued until an ex plicit order Is received for discontinuance, aud until all arrearages are paid. tOMI'L,AI.\TS Subscribers will please notify the tilllce in every case that their p...

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

WEDNESDAY-EVENING, MARCH 6, 1901. .• - I t/jy In the Schlitz brew- Lyj ■!■ cry cleanliness is car- BPB |&y| ried to extremes. We Kgl P^l do more than is neces- wt!m |/|u sary to be certain of LXJ graf' The caldrons in gill flsß which the beer is lyy! jfh« brewed are kept scru- LLJ Ml pulously clean and |||i covered. The air in [|g| ■H which the beer is |R| yjd cooled is filtered. LYJ P«|j The barrels in which |||l tgl it is stored are cleaned IJH fTj with steam and soda, Kj/j BT|j then glazed with rosin feMgJ ■M on - the inside, then i??Sj ||« cleaned again. The |jj| ■H bottles are cleaned |mj| Bl^ with utmost precaution. PJn PS Still we filter the beer, |||| ||||| then sterilize every ■» rr*| bottle, for the slightest a*l]l Kyi uncleanliness taints \*£jl p&f the whole product. It WfM |gc|j is in these ways that m ■*■ "* 'J| is in these ways that pHI Schlitz beer hasgained Irjii My its reputation for pur- LiJ U ity, and made Milwau- raa ppl * 'Phone Main 707, Schlitz, §?x| M...

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

c CITY NEWS Burned a Piano — A fire in Eva Barnes' resort on Second street S destroyed a Il.tXXi piano and a luxuriously furnished Turkish room. A "Character" Break* Hli Arm- Jerry Sullivan, a well-known "character," slipped on the ice at Fourth"street and First avenue *S 'yesterday and* broke an arm. He was taken to the city hospital.... Rev. Mr. Mont|(oni«ry in Toledo— Rev. J. S. Montgomery, pastor of Wesley M. E. church, has gone to Toledo, where he lec ture* ou "John Ruskiii. the Voice of a New Age." Spoke to Mainline Studenta—Arch bishop Ireland spoke at Hamline university during the chapel hour yesterday, giving sooiti of his experiences and the results of observations during his trip through France. The address was greatly enjoyed by the stu dents and faculty. Mr. (miumuiuu'm i.uh»—Q, w. Goosman, proprietor of the burned stables ou Grant street, estimates the total loss at about $12. --uou. Four of the horses suffocated were owned by the following: S. 11. Wilson. H. H. Thayer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 6. 1901. VERXA n.,_ AVinnebago. ft m Per "lf| A IfOra a ioc can for Of doz IUC Ejk».» Strictly fresh, just reoelved from CKES the country; every one I J _ 00 fresh. Per dozen 1..14 C Best Rolled Oats KU...I&C Fresh Dairy Butter from 14c up Fine Creamery Butter». 22c Mayflower Butter i'oK'OTSI * prize at the Paris exposition as the best butter in the world. ■*. We sell It at, pound. Z 0 C Hoffman House Coffee 30c Compare it with any 45c Coffee In town. Robal Coffee a splendid Breakfast nOOfil UOTTOe coffee, ism 1b.....\ IZC Santos and : Rio ™& ae. '"*«£! lb , IOC Teas Fine Teas £o r m pound 35c up TheNinarda 60c Atloerine Ku 60i Meat Market. Fresh dry picked Turkeys 10c Sb.ou.l4er Roast Beef 8c Pot Roast Beef 7c Rib Roaat 10c and 12*4 C Mutton Chops 10c Leg Jlutton 10c Sirloin Steak 12*fec Rib Boiling Beef 3c Best Round Steak 10c FA All WELI COOKED, .0: IVUU mi i SERVED, .!;.. TfU* £PIII DINING AND IIIV til 111 L i) NCB ROOM, 308-310 FIRST AVENUE SOUT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

8 DISEASES WHICH DETHRONE MANHOOD AND THEIR ABSOLUTE CURE 0 The Slate Eleciro-Medlcal insiltuic, Which com- Dines All of (he curative Powers of Both Medicine and Electricity In our System ot Electro-Medical Treatment. Professional Excellence can Be Alulae* only By me Doctor Whs Con centrates All Bis facilllcs to a single Class ot Ills. -A Wf I TTREAT" j^^P lo MEN ONLY, S^w CURE THEM but CURE JgjyNfeag^ m?wJ i:TREAt.:::"^;r -spEciAusr:: ;::r'• CURED* ■, I TREAT. SPECIALIST - — - -in Diseases of Tien and Consulting: Phy- ■■ -.' •. -• - s«ci«n of the State Electro- institute, r '" ' -;T . . .. ;. :. ' 301 Hennepln Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.: ' ' "_. ~.^. . . In the treatment of certain special diseases there can be no comparison between th« •blllty of the ordinary doctor and" that of 4he trained' and scientific specialist. „.*"" j The. trouble with the ordinary.doctor is that he tries to !do too much. In his fruitless - effort to explore and conquer the whole field of medicine and surg...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAECH 6. 1901. MUNYOIVS INHALER WILL PREVENT CONSUMPTION. A Positive Cure lor Catarrh, Colds and Grip. Cure Begins with First inhalation. A Common-Sense Core lor ca tarrh i Asthma, Bfoocwris^ ;; Diputderla .': and All T&roai Troubles. j3HSBt, Clouds of medicated vapor are inhaled Illl^ V'^FS* •• - through the mouth <**?"" *anSr- nostrils after having ■,'^toi^iS cleansed and vapor * Eff^Sj H^ ized all the diseased Kfewia ■^Er'^^» parts. A sense of re- j Kfs^l m film Hef is felt at once. V«S«'s^-?!-' Doctors indorse it. *©Tl*ss^ Ksgf Everybody praises it. I wr 'II costs but *l and is ' . .I ' »', sold by all druggists. ■" It readies the sore spots. . ■It- heals the , raw places.. ; - It penetrates obscure recesses; -where drugs I taken into the stomach cannot reach. " ■ It acts as a balm and tonic to the whole System.' ' ■ -.You-breathe, with ease. . .-. • : It sweetens,the breath. . You inhale new life. IT CURES you. PPICt OF INHALER WITH ALL Special Demonst...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

10 La-dies* Depts. on Second Floor. [. Correct Dress from Heivd to Foot Ready-to-Wear Jackets. The three specially priced lots offer an unusual opportunity to secure well made garments at far below the actual cost of manufacture. • Ladies'. Jackets in finest Chinchilla, Kersey and Cheviot, beauti- jg PW 1 50 • : fully tailored, lined with "Skinner" , satin, storm and notch collar, , £" former prices from $12 to $20, Saturday at, .0n1y... '■," :>''-: Ladies' Jackets, in Cheviot, Bbucle and Kersey, storm and coat collar, Cp either satin or silk lined, former prices from $10 to $13.50, J 5aturday.........;.....;.. ***^ ;' ; Misses' Jackets at prices that will clean up the lot before night, all new, bright, stylish Jackets, all colors, lined with serge and satin, and CV QA SE" have sold from $7.t0 $12, ages 12, 14, 16 and 18, H& Saturdayat "^ a.nd ** Women's < Furnishing Dept. If you need a few pieces of Under- Ladies' Silver Gray wool plated Vests wear to patch out the season...

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

WEDNEvSDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1901. r>WEAR<» ' ■■■' ■ Knoblauch's Shoes •.- -X :'.'. - ■■.... i - -.' , : —AMD*—- icS si;::^;... -:r ■..,. --.-..;■ -.- -■ '■■ ' ■■- ■ -■-.- ■■- ■■■: -■■ ■ •.; ■ *"\ ■■ ..: ■■•■■ ■Sfl WALK EASY • - • ' ' ■"'■■ '"'..; ........ •' . ' . 239 Nicollet and 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. Men's chrome tanned calf, 011 the Ladies' Patent '^'" ■■• '" new Cambridge .. $3.50 &Enamel Lace, \ffim*&l-. ;. „i ••••••••••• . the new kinds, ■ '" f Men's patent « o I f^) French calf, lace, ti^O Rft B*f °| iiS ■-■~■ - RA \{9ti9a39^f '" * §i!j it* I it* Men's imported *;«W ™*r1 dOTQji 3 \ : \7l enamel, lace on latent Luce, KWKjI 1 •'A / | newest models, welted soles, jfe» fn*"£f Jj Mm? m. *3'5 x 0,,, $3"50 Jf LS/ ' 1 1 !g\ lace, hand welted; Ladies Viri Kid Lace, £Q /:- ;i^-:\-great shoe for lja I t: ie J S 7 AH c ' 7" 4 / f-ffi\ service welted soles .. _ M* *» I \jßffi3jt $3.00 Ladies' Roxburg, Kid Lace or H,' -"------"-:- ... , t ;.:. button, Gem l&tiT...

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

12 * REV, PR, TALMAGE, The Most Eminent Preacher in the World Advises Dr. Greene's Nervura, Recommends Everybody to Use Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy.—Everybody Needs This Great Remedy as a Spring Medicine. REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. Dr. Talmage, as must be readily understood by any one who is acquainted With his fame and works, is obliged to work very hard, and he makes known to the entire world the fact that after overwork or exhaustion he has always found Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy the one thing which reinvigorates and builds up the entire body. When such a man, a racognizeil leader and teacher of the people, testifies by his written testimonial that Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy has helped him, and that he recommends its use for invigoration after over work to restore the strength, energy, nerve force, and vitality of the system, when for any reason they are lost, weakened or impaired, those who are sick or suffering, who are weak, nerv...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH i, 1901. A PRIZE Picture Puzzle Tfc« above picture content four face*-* father tad hit three daughters. Any one can find the father's face, but It Is not to •*«- to distinguish the face* of the three young ladles. If, however, you succeed la locatlßf the three daughters' faces jvu will receive an offer of a reward which may r»pay you many times orer for a little trouble on your Part, as Flt© Hundred Dollars In cash prUei will be offered to those who anawerqulckly. Out out the abore picture puzxle. and If able to and the three daughters* facet mark each with a cross iX) and Inclose tame with 25c. In sllTer, or IS two^cent tumps, for a package of "Saturday Pi Itht," which la the twentieth century scientific discovery for cleansing the system. If you have correctly marked the three hidden faces you will receive our offer of Five Hun dred Dollar*, which we will positively ■end the cam* day your answer la re ceived. Also, to each and every person who is successfu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

v WHEAT CLOSED QUIET AND FIRM, MAY AT 74& c The Market Was Up 1-4 Cto Start, but Eased Off Under Sell ing Pressure. NOTHING NEW IN WINTER WHEAT Liverpool Recovered Yenterday's Receipt* Again Moderate In the Xorthwest, Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March f,—Wheat started ou a higher rang-.1 this morning, showed firmness aud more activity, but failed for any material advance up to noon. Following the stronger feeling de- Teloped on the curb after yesterday's close, May opened %c up at 74«i@747 g c. After selling at 7474 cit eased off to 74V. recovered to 743& c and then lost the activity and fell back into dullness. Liverpool wiped out yester day's loss, coming %@>%d higher. Paris was weak, closing 20 centimes to 30 centimes lower and 35 centimes to 5o centimes lower on flour. Broomhall said the Liverpool strength was on the cold wave here and danger to winter wheat, and on the fact that some 30 per cent of March tenders on contract were re jected owing to the poor quali...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1901. 11f AaBW Diialmaa* Wont run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. IB I A I ■■ iQI II S P*S*h It must have a motive power. The motive power for many a Nil&flfi II ffllf Aril^llllV ■ WWI VUallll#99 man's business is a JOURNAL WANT AD. Every business 1166115 HO wßi I ISMS I FINANCIAL LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE—LOWEST rates; easy payments; no publicity. Ameri u*u Credit Co., C. E. Jennings, Mgr., 823-5 Guaranty building. 4ft TO 6 PER CENT MONET, WITH VHE "on or before" privilege, to loan on improved property in Minneapolis and St. Paul. R. ML Newport, 009-311 Phoenix building, 60 4th st S, Minneapolis. AT LOWEST RATES-MONEY TO LOAN. R. D. Cone i. Co., 517 Guaranty Loan building. MONEY TO LOAN; EASY TERMS; LOW rates. David P. Jones Co., Oneirta building. *&*>, it****** ttmtimmiw ****•« 4- MONEY TO LOAN SALARIED J'EO- <$> <«> pic—We are prepared to loan reason- <$ \£> able amounts to salaried people hold- <$&g...

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