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

--. 1G * MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE SOLONS AT SCHOOL Members of the Legislature Visit the University. A SAMPLE SPEECH OR TWO They Are Made by the L.avcuiaker» Junt to Show the "Under ltrad»" How. Both the -university students and the legislature -were on exhibition at "the state university this morning. The law makers were given seats on the rostrum of the chapel and called upon to speak.* A thousand students cheered approval of the hits made ,by - the , speakers. After ward the solons visited the various build ings and watched the students at their work. Only three members of the legislature •were permitted to address the big audi ence in the chapel, much to the regret of all, for each speaker was highly success ful in raising cheers and stirring up en thusiasm, j Senator Brower'* l'olnts. ' Senator Brower had the honor of first place. Being an alumnus (class of '91), he was frantically cheered as he recalled some of the leading events of his life at the "U," and the victories of the .1...

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. — 7 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNaII PRICE TWO CENTS. SYNDICATE ALL CANADA Uneasiness Over American Acquisitions. MADE A MERE ANNEX The Hill-Rockefeller Control of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal. HIORGAN-ROCKEFELLER IN EAST Canadian Parliament In < onsideriiiK These Very Important Mcannrei.' New York, March 7—A special from Ottawa, Ont., to the Journal of Commerce says that the parliament of Canada will be engaged until the end of the session in the consideration of three of the largest measures ever presented for its consider ation since the inception of the Canadian Pacific railway scheme. Ja»ies J. Hill, F. H. Clergue and other promoters engaged in securing charters, will superintend op erations here. These measures are the Crow's Nest Pass coal and railway project, the Canadian Lloyds bill and the scheme intended to complete a new transconti nental route practically under government control, and partially under government ownership. A hard problem which must be faced is the acquisition by Ame...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

2 CUBA MUST GIVE IN View of the Conservative Members of the Convention. RADICALS ARE STILL PROTESTING There Is Talk of Sending Orator* to Stump This Country for Cuba. Nmw York Sum Sobclml Smrvfam. Havana, March 7. —The constitutional convention will hold another meeting to day. One of the delegates said they real ized that the matter was virtually settled and that they would lave to give in. but the radicals are still protesting/Three of the most radical delegates said that the convention would not give way, and would give no guarantee for the future. Another declared that President McKinley could hardly put. the I'latt resolution in force against the resistance of Cuba without calling a special session of congress. There is talk of sending orators to the United States to stump the country in be half of the Cubans: ENGLAND GROWS FRIGID REFERS GEUMAXY TO AMERICA Therefore Xo Concessions Looked For on the Canal Treaty. maw York Sun Snmolml Sarviam London, March 7. —American rumors tha...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1901. There's So Much Talk About EL MERITO 5c Cigar "I'll have to try it."' says the smoker. Then he finds it true that "It Brings Havana Home to You." BOLTZ, CLYMER & CO., Philada COX & HARRIS, Distributors, MINNEAPOLIS. MEN f*k TREATED #^i and CURED Jc^sM $1,000.00 Wmiff lustltute will pay the WiSZmmS^ above sum to any one who Doctor will disprove its claim that Farworth. It Is today the largest and best equipped Medical Institute for the treatment of men among advertising Institutes in Minneapolis. Feb. 10, 1901. Offices: 47-49 Washington Ay. 5., ninneopolLs, Minn. Only curable cases promised to cure. Fair Dealing, faith ful and conscientious service and moderate charges have secured It a large patronage. Wanknast of >'OUUK. middle-aged, and nioMiwtt old men> chronic troubles, > ervou* Debility, all disorders of a private and delicate nature properly treated. nrnan |t Liver, Bowel, Kidney and aiomaun, urinary troubles. Catarrh of the St...

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

if ■ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR, ,; THE JOURNAL, is published every evening?, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. . NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. - CHICAGO OFFICE— 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, six months 2.00 One copy, one year ...*....- 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 36 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 continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers Trill please no...

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

UrUKSDAY ETVENnfO, MABCH 7, 19W. , ; The Plymouth Clothing House. . . ' £ nox I I m V '■SI Ff Va 11■ Mi| II Hanau I I ■ •& I ■ I fc~A 11 111 ■ slloes- Correct Dress from He»d to Foot. r _ -.. ———: ■ ,:'" *% i Bacrgacin Friday 1 BargainsmMei\'s Clothing. 100 Men's extra fine Cheviot and A few single Coats left from $12.00 Cassimere Pants, in dark colors have « ir^ ■ been selling as high as $4 <Ci'qcz and $15.00 Suits. Bargain _ Bargain Friday .........; *|-« J Friday 3>3 Ml Boys' Clothing, Etc. 1 X/ 500 pairs Boys' Wool Knee Pants, ages 3 to 16 years; in jtfJK&SgW m neat checks and plain colors. For bargain Fri- M' C « ||RF dayonly •'••• 4o c gSSnߧ| Boys' $6 Ulsters, sizes 11 to 16 years; Chinchillas, Ker . gmBSdRBk seys and Beavers; while they last/for bargain Fri- <C| . Efc% day only X P^PPlI^ Boys' Knee Pants Suits, sizes 3to 16 years; broken lots feiP**!P!i and sizes, in sailor, vestee and lain double- SI 95 tPlilillr breasted styles, values up to $5; bargain Fr...

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

c CITY NEWS Another Cody—Frank Cody, who lives at 687 Summer street -NIC, Is suffering inucii annoyance through being confused -with the Frank Cody who is charged with assaulting and robbing August \ Koehler. International Examination!* — The international examinations of the V. M. C. A. night school will be held this mouth. _ They ere held simultaneously all over the country. The successful ones in these examinations may be admitted into 115 colleges and univer sities of the country. Associated Charities Progress—The Associated Charities In their new quarters 111 - the Boston block are rapidly getting in shape . to attend once more to the vast amount of . ■work that falls to that society. The present cold snap has taxed them to the utmost, un settled as they yet are in the matter of fur nilture and office equipment. Zotalia ArraiK"«"d —The examination of Theodore Zo'talis on a charge of assault and battery upon Hattle Rice was continued In the police court yesterday until March 7. ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MAKCH 7. 1901. YERXA Good times here. You will feel richer when you see our goods and prices. A few dollars go a great way here. 5 cents P«r caa for 200 cases of Austin Corn. 60c doz. 6 cents Per can for Winnebago Corn. This is a 10c grade, 70c doz. 6 cents Per seek for Rutabagas or Beets. 10 cents Per peck for Parsnips. 16 cents Lb for good Dairy Butter in jars. We have dairy butter at ISc and B*s. 14 cents Dozen for strictly fresh Eggs. Every egg fresh. • 63 cents For pail K. K. K. Norway Herring. 1& cents Lb for best Rolled Oats. "IV-2 cents Lb for good Evaporated Peaches. 3& cents For good California Prunes. 5 cents Lb for new Dates. 6 cents For pound package new California Figs. Coffee. Our Coffees come from the Blue Flame Gas Roaster to our counters, every hour of the day. „>. in purchasing of us you get your coffee warm, from the best Roaster in the world. Hoffman House £!■*»**.. 30c Compare it against any body s 45c. 8.L.1 Mocha and .lava At. HOD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

g WHEAT LOST A HALF-CENT, MAY CLOSING 74!^c Decline at Liverpool and More Lib eral Northwest Receipts Brought Weakness. TRADE QUIET IN ALL MARKETS The Price Current Says Xo Dauase Reported in Winter Wheat —iSeruernl Ke\ra. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 7.—Wheat eased off this morning on reaction ary Liverpool advices, and more liberal re ceipts at northwestern points. May opened %c lower, at 74%0. The market barely moved after the opening activity. The range was in side of %c up to soon. Liverpool closed %d lower. Minneapolis ran 80 cars ahead of last year in receipts, the usual light figures for Duluth making the total receipts in the northwest fall off to 441 cars, against 721 last year. "Weather indications point to continued mildness. Temperatures are higher every where, "with showers predicted. The Price Current says the weather has been trying on the -wheat crop, but it is doubtful If any ma terial damage has resulted as yet. Chicago had a little selling pressure at t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 11)01. If tffcHßKi y^oll'l run itseif* An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. fe| { mm ■■ ■ [ tour Business r^a^Aiir/Tu.^'-a Needs Advertising BOARD OF HEALTH BALKS „ .- Anoku'- Council Wouldn't Pay the Bills— ReMlßnattoiiH. Anoka," Minn.. March 7. —The members of the city board of health tendered their . resignations yesterday. The trouble • C.' seems to nave arisen" over the city coun -iT oil refusing to pay bills contracted by them. ,: The health-board claims the right, by law, to furnish,necessities to persons under Quarantine, who are unable to aid § .themselves, but. the council thinks differ ently, hence, the truuble. . Dr. J. H. . Frank. Thomas Magson. Sr.. and William I'ouie. have resigned. The smallpox -;': epidemic is.about over. Patron* of the nunt pn«e tihoiilil out ' _ ■ ■ **J| _ _ , . - thin «ut tor r«*f«'ren«-t' hi* II will Hot appear every day.; INDEX TO WANT HEADINGS • To easily find any heading, note the num ber opposite'the headi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 March 1901

10 Munyon's Inhaler CURES CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRON CHITIS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. *t \ ■-'' ■ Cures La Grippe. It Reaches the Sore Spots. It teals: the raw places. It goes to the seat of the disease. It penetrates obscure places where drug! taken Into the- stomach cannot reach. It acts as a balm and tonic to the whole system. Better than doctors. Better than anything you have ever tried. Special demonstration at the Voegeli Bros. Drug Store. A. D. Thompson Drug Co., opposite Postoffice. . Q. A. Rose, 303 Central Avenue. Churchill & Scheldrup, 15 So. Wash ington Avenue. W. K. Hicks, 1533 Franklin Aye. J. O. Peterson, 1501 Wash. Aye. So. Georgr Burch, 717 3rd Aye. So. Gamble & Ludwig, 301 Hennepin Aye. PRICE $1.00. With everything complete. At all drug gists or mailed from our office. Munyon's Remedies for sale by all drug gists—s7 cures for 57 mostly 25c a vial. Write Prof. Munyon, Broadway and 26th street, New York, for free medical advice on any diseas...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTIRNAIS PRICE TWO CENTS. DARK HORSE IN MONTANA Paris Gibson Is Elected at Eleventh Hour. GREAT FALLS' FOUNDER Builder of the First Flour Mill in Minneapolis. FRANK PULLED OUT FOR HIM Senator Elected After the I.ettlHla tlve Clock Had Been Turned Buck Many Times. Helena, Mont., March B.—At 3:30 this morning, although the legislative clock testified that it was not midnight, Paris Gibson of Great Falls was elected United States senator for the term expiring March 4, It*us. For almost the entire term of the life of the legislature that body had been vot ing daily for a senator, but with no result. Thursday at noon the joint assembly met as usual and took orie ballot, adjourning until 7 p. m. for further balloting. After a few votes without indication of result, the joint assembly took a recess until 11 o'clock at which time began the session ending with the election of Mr. Gibson. In all twenty-two ballots were taken during the day. At the conclusion of the twenty-fir...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

2 TROUBLE OVER CUBA Some Senators Fear There Will Be an Open Insurrection. MAY DEMAND AN EXTRA SESSION CubaiiM 'Mill Be Notified That the I'lntr Viui'iidiiii'iit Must Hi- Adhered To. Hew York Sun Special Service Washington, March 8. —There is a divi sion of opinion among congressmen con cerning the Cuban situation. Several prominent members of the senate believe that there are grave dangers of an open insurrection, kad 'that am extra session of congress is -probable. On the other hand equally influential senators say that the radical element upon the island will not go to the extreme of an armed resistance or. outbreak, and add that the president has sufficient power to deal with any sit uation that may develop without further authority from congress. t uha MiiMt Ob«y. Unless the controlling "fact ion of the Ha vana constitutional, convention yields to the lireacr^lbed- protectorate, ..President Me- Kintey. will instruct the war' department to issue a proclamation through Governor G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1901. ALARMING MORTALITY. Noticeable Among the Weak and Ailing. Springthe TimeDeathßeaps Its Largest Harvest. There is a Way of Eluding the Grim Destroyer. Every Spring it is noticeable how many people are taken away that we have been accustomed to see in our daily life. Statistics show that at no other season of the year does so many deaths occur. Especially large is the mortality among weak and sickly people. The reason for this is apparent. The body that is weakened by age or disease has much to contend with during the Winter months. Insufficient exercise frequently has been taken. Too much starchy and fatty foods have been eaten. The system has been allcwed to become run down, and when Spring comes with its bright, sunshiny days, older people will begin to realize that their vitality has become very low. The same thing is true of people who are naturally Bickly and weak. This is the season of the year when even a •trong person feels at his worst. That ti...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

m THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. T H X J O I H N A 1, Is published every evening, except Sunday, at «7-4t» Fourth Street South, Journal Uuildiuti, Minneapolis, Minn. c. j. Billson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SLBSCHIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall. 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 One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDHESS 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 . ; Subscriber* -will please notify the office in every cane that their ...

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

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8, 1901. NICIfEipLAIE | 307 NI COLLET. > I Spring Styles !■ "GLORIA" I $3.50 Boots NOW READY. All the new leathers, enamel calf, ' patent vici kid, Trench patent, tine \ glaze kid on the newest perfect ; fit-< ting lasts, guaranteed &*% PA '' the best boots sold !ns_S!llJ ' for «P%#«W%* , New "Gloria" boots for girls. "Just i like Mamma's." New "7 £5 < foot shape lasts, sizes 2l^_ I 9 i 11 to 2, only «***-■ ■ ** , Children's New " Gloria " Boots. ' "Just like Mamma's," df*4% A A ! sizes B% to 10#, 2&&.1JL1 only ~"™" .^ , More £%i 1 Honey : I THAN IN GOLD. THE GREAT OIL FIELDS OF CALIFORNIA CONTINUE TO YIELD PHENOMENAL DIV IDENDS TO THOSE FORTUNATE STOCK HOLDERS WHO WERE FAR-SEEING ENOUGH TO INVEST WHEN STOCKS ERE LOW. Another opportunity,"however, is offered Id the . GLOVER LEAF OIL COMPANY which has large holding of land in the Antloch OH District, within 40 miles of San Francisco. Tills company Is now drilling their first well (down over ...

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

6 CITY NEWS .• . Atikeifto ; Reconsider — . St.: John's ; English Lutheran church voted Wednesday 2 to request the pastor, /Hey. ■ Mr. Ramsey, to reconsider hlsreslgnatiohi'' ".'?.'•'■', Engineer!! Wanted—Sergeant Frank : Un of the recruiting office has received orders ; from the war department to enlist men for the engineers' battalion. This battalion ; requires 500 men at once. No clerks or com ", mon laborers aie wanted. Machinists and i men proficient in some trade are preferred. On Probation—Henry Hamilton Ward, the 18-year-old boy who pleaded "guilty of , breaking into the drug store at Twenty-sec ond street and Girard j avenue, was yester , day given -a' reformatory sentence ;by Judge : Brooks and then released .on probation. George D. Holt of the prison reform associa , tion will be responsible' for Ward's conduct. ; An Advl»(ir.v Committee — President Best, of the Commercial Club, has named the following m members of the committee to act in an advisory, capacity to the publ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

fFBTDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1901. Surprise Special Sale No. 203 Men's Ml Wool Oxford Gray M&f Vicuna „, *m Sjrii liii. mL I ££r|M AN ADVANCE SALE. Vy dressy garments, correctly cut e«7li n ' and finished, well lined and tailored i' | li with : exceptional skill, and care. |l I \ Precisely the kind the best custom tail -11l ors are making. A*slashing special at oi sale A jf*^K Mlis wcch 3| jW|| i fplo|y- Advance Styles in Men's Spring Suits At ... S3 $5 $7.50 $10 $12 There are Cheviots, Cassimeres, Vicunas, Scotches, Thibets and Wor steds, just in from the workrooms. There are figured and plain fab rics in weights suitable for all seasons. Advance Styles in Boys' Knee-Pant Suits ;«.., 75 $1.60 $2 $3 $4 la very dainty vestee and double-breasted styles, all new spring de signs. They are sewed with iron-grip stitch and warranted not to rip. Advance Styles in Derby and Alpine Hats, At..... 98c $1.48 $1.98 $2.48 The new spring blocks are ready and waiting your leisurely and critical ins...

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

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Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

ITIIDAT EVENING. MAECH 8, 1901. fkKEIpLAH 307 NICOLLET. : EXTRA SHOE ffy tHra IJt^ Ob M SS |3 fi^Q SPECIALS. Children's 35c Storm 4■■ Rubbers, sizes 8^ to 9 1 *„ IJIC cut to ***** Children's Rubber Boot -• ■■ sizes 6to 10, regular price / *$! = $1.25, special :..... ■V V Women's 82.00 Rubber Boots, Goodyear Glove Co.'s A* 4 ffbf% make, sizes 5 to 7. 3I|.UU H price *p*m*o%o rien's Rubbers, low and |%p high cut, sizes G and 11, (50c OC and 75c quality, cut to ■" w.w Misses' 31.50 and 51.75 fine vici kid patent tip Boots, good ft£%^ sizes, big lot, cut to, per !?JqC pair Boys' New Seal Calf "Never Rip" School Shoes, made of one piece of leather and can't rip, solid as iron all sizes, 81.75 ;,' ; {fr4 pa value. Our price 311 Jill for only ▼■■*'*' Hisses' New Kid Tip Lace {%{%- Boots, all solid leather, 51OC sizes 11 to 2, only vww Chapman's Bth and Nicollet. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY. Papi* Bnrutlaul & Morrill's Paris Brand UUill Maine Corn. This brand has been on the market for 40 year...

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