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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

w Women's Depts. on Second Floor. Ladies 9 Spring Suits' Advance Styles. , The new Eton, which comes in black and all . the fashionable shades, such as castor, blue,' brown, garnet and red, will com mand especial attention this year. The jacket has the new L'Aiglon collar and flare sleeve, while the skirt has the French ' flare which makes it hang beautifully. Then there is the tight-fitting jacket with fancy vest effect and Postillion back. The skirt to this suit has the flaring shape with flounce. But the newest of all is the "Princess Suit," a chic and strictly ; high-class novelty, which must be seen to be appreciated. It comes in Venetians, Broadcloths, Serges, Homespuns, Cheviots. " Elegant silk skirts, both with flounce $"t C? . $JL £\ and plain French flare. Suits range from JU Uv Bargains in Women's Furnishings. Ladies' Muslin and Cambric Gowns, I Ladies' natural wool vests and pants, excellent value at $1. Spe- reg^ar 31.00 value. Spe- CCc rial for Saturday, /«/ | rial for...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8, 1901. Ackerman 'l "HE well-known dramatic reader writes from her residence, 20 I W. Jsth Street, New York City. This talented and versa tile lady has made an enviable name for herself on the stage by her excellent work in support of some of the leading stars, besides being noted in literary and art circles as an adept with the pen and pencil. She is justly proud of her magnificent head of hair, which is shown to advantage in the accompanying photograph. "Some time ago, when my hair was brushed, I noticed more and more the increase of hair left on the comb. My scalp became dry, and my hair grew thin so rapidly that I had to change the style of wearing it. I then tried various hair tonics, the effect of which was to make my scalp exceedingly tender, and the hair stiff and brittle when dry. I resolved to try CUTICURA. The comfort I experienced before I had given it a long trial was so great that I determined to continue it. Taking care to have ; the room warm, ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

12 The Legislature SAVED BY THE DEMS. Oil Bill's Effect Postponed by the Senate Till 1903. COMBINE OF 1899 HOLDS GOOD ■ Seveu Di>moi*ru(ii Vote to 31uke the Bill Hurmlma hh far n* Sc-hllT luuii In Concerned. The senate passed the Hurd oil inspec tion bill yesterday afternoon, with amend ments, it will go. back to the house for concurrence, and it will go back a very different bill from the bill that passed the house with such flying colors. Hurd will hardly know his bill, nor will the bill know Hurd. As the senate passed the bill, it will not take effect till January 1. 1903, when Mr. Sehiffman's term of office has expired. AVhlle Schiffmau's friends still claim the bill is a bad one, they are not losing any Bleep over the troubles of Schift'man's suc cessor, and the bill as it stands is quit© satisfactory to the St. Paul crowd. The house is in earnest on the proposi tion, and will not concur in the Chilton amendment. The bill will go to a confer ence committee, and it is quite p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 8. 1901. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE HENNEPIN'S BEATEN Committee Reapportionment Scheme Goes Through the House. TWO VERY MAD LEGISLATORS McMHNk Someryille and l<ur*on; Say the Hill** .Unnaßen Broke • Faith. ?;>:; The congressional reapportionment as planned* by the subcommittee of seven, went through the house this morning. Guided by ihe skilful hands of the coui mlttee members, it passed the house by a vote of S2 to 31. The generals in command handled their campaign with consummate skill. but some of them are charged with bail faith Senator SomerviUe and Representa tive l-arson, the disappointed second dis trict members. As stated in The Journal Tuesday, the committee members agreed to a ton cession leaving Redwood county In the second district aud Wcseca i" the first. In return for this Somerville and Larson agreed to call off their opposition. In the house ihis morning Mr. Larson pre sented the amendment and it was lost by a tie voie, tome members of the com...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

SB WHEAT BREAKS BELOW 74 CENTS TO-DAY But the Price Comes Up and Closes at the Same Point as Yesterday. HEAVY RECEIPTS IN THE S. W. The Slaxket a. Rather Dragging One With a Little Short Selling. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March B.—Wheat had another weak turn this morn ing and broke half a cent. May opened.de pressed and a shade lower, at 74c, and after an hour of comparative steadiness, broke to 73%@73%c on sharp unloading. Conditions on the whole favored a decline. Minneapolis ran ahead of last year again In receipts by 79 cars, although th* total north-western fig- uxe» showed 424 cars against 653 a year ago. The Liverpool market continues weak. Ca bles were again lower by %<g%d. Berlin closed %c lower. There was some early gos atp about the new German tariff bllL Berlin oablod that indications point to an increase in the duty on American wheat. As to win ter -wheat, the news brought nothing unfa vorable. The Ohio crop report makes con ditions in that state .71, against ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1901. If Klb.^ Won't run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. fc| § 1 i ■■ ■ ■ Will KIIQBIIOCC ll must have a motive power. The motive power for many a iifiAgi^ H Mlf Off l_^in_fV I UUB I#U*HIIIf9a man's business is a JOURNAL WANT AD. Every business H66U9 MU YBriISIIIS I X, . ~"""" nil—in in-—" --"°fvrfrvrißirrm«trfiT"i™™™*"'^^ 1 2_^ ANNOUNCEMENTS " UNION HACK OFFICE, 21! WASHINGTON ay S. Hacks furnished on short order, day or night: union prices; funerals, $3; hearses furnished. Telephone, main _t>o. H. A. CHANDALL, 820 BTITST~S, AUDITOR -and accountant. Manufacturing, mercantile • a. id other accounts audited and adjusted. 3 AUCTION SALES PATTEN. AUCTIONEER, HAS RK moved to Sl9 Guaranty Loan building. Sales made, city or country. g '; BUSINESS CHANCES WE LAUNDER CLOTHES AND DO IT with soap; no-harmful materials used; give US'. a -trial. Custom Laundry, 11; 6th st S. Telephone'/ 13&. . * * ■ \__ MAKER WANTED-MAN TO BUY shoemaker's to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 March 1901

m WAR'SWORKUNDONE Slavery in Its Worst Form Shown in South Carolina. GRAND JURY MAKES A REPORT Nesroea Threatened With Death. If They Disclose the Secrets of the Stookade. *•* York Sun gpmolal Sotorn Anderson, S. C, March B.—The grand jury has made a presentment on the sub ject of the enslavement of negroes and baa recommended the prosecution of lead- ing citizens. The investigation and presentment has revealed a horrible condition. Slavery with all its terrors and more than its former brutality is shown to exist. Men have been kidnapped, locked up, shackled and mercilessly whipped. Under tht» guise of the convict lease system, this scandal ous condition has been allowed to go on. Since the Jury began its investigation more than a score of ignorant negroes have been liberated from the vile dens. The convict garb has been removed aud the shackles have been lifted from the feet cf black wretches who had been bound I'qr years. Death was threatened to all that divulged the secrets of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTjfeflAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. DOGS OF WAR ARE GROWLING Partition or Protection Is the Issue in China. RUSSIA MUST RECEDE Otherwise the Concert of Nations Will Be Broken. " GREAT BRITAIN'S FIRM STAND United 'State*' Demand for Justice Coincide* With England** Position. • Mmw York Sun Special Smi- via* \ London;' March S.—The peace of the world is gravely threatened by Russian designs upon Manchuria. j Lori Lansdowne, ' British secretary of state for foreign affairs, has torn the mask from the czar's thinly veiled designs of land grabbing, and in his uncompromising protests has the active co-operation of the United States. Anglo-American ' protestations, couched in the strongest terms possible to diplo macy, are now being made at all the courts of Europe, as well as at Tokio, though the assistance of Japan has been ; counted upon in advance. Premier Salisbury's .stern declaration of Great Britain's policy in the orient —"that the territorial integrity of China must be p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

2 KRUGER SAYS NAY Independence for the Boers the Only Terms of Peace. BUT SURRENDER IS EXPECTED Mm. Hot hu the Active Aireut—Gen. IviU'uner'M Term* to Ho (li a. Vow York Sim Sooclal Smrvfom. London, March y.—Thoroughly tired of the war. Britiahera at home and In South Africa, official -and unofficial, are opti mlstlc that the end of xhe hostilities is near at hand. They believe that almost any hour will bring tidings of peace,. They see General Botha negotiating with Lord Kitchener, a figure broken In spirit ami fully wnalble of his own helplessness. They argue ihat a meeting of the two commaiuk-rs-in-rhief can have but unt il sue. The l>diry Mail's Amsterdam corre* Bpondent telegraphs that Mr. Kruger dis credits the possibility of peace, and the members of the ex-president's entourage are quoted as saying: , Unless Lord Kitchener is prepared to dis cuss Boer Independence find the liberation of ail prisoners and an amnesty for rebels, no Dutchman is authorized to end the war. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901. MEMBERS OF BENOVELENT AND SECRET SOCIETIES OF AMERICA WRITE ENTHUSIASTIC LETTERS TO DR. HARTMAN PRAISING PERUNA MME.I.E.BAVEAS. |MRS T.W. COLLINS I r\R* C.l. BYRON BERTHA WENTNER MRS.M[NNIESTEEVES ANIiIC GLEN MRS.ANNA. NICHOLS IRS.HARRIETi4.S.mRSH V' ' • ' - 'V /' ■-.■■■ MME.I.E.BAVEAS. ■ - -■■ ' ■ ■ 1 Illli Grand Lodge of ' Free Masons. Madame Isabella Ellen Baveas, Life r Governor of the G r -a n d Lodge of „ Free Masons of * England, says: "While traveling I contracted a most per sistent cold. My head ached, my eyes and nose seemed constant stantly running, and my lungs were sore. A ! druggist recommended Peruna, which cured me."—lsa be 11 a E . Baveas. l.oyal Mystic Legloi: of Minnesota. Mr. James S. Parks. 293 Endicott Building, St. Paul, Minn., writes: "I prize Peruna for lta healing qualities In cases of catarrh of the stomach and lungs."— James S. Parks. Independent Order, of I ..! ,-si. r>. of lowa. B. O. Tucker, Treas- J urer Independent...

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

4 VARICOCELE f 1 U mEH ONLY, CURE THEM I TREAT. SPECIALIST CURED. In diseases of Men and Consulting Physician of the State Electro-Medical Institute, 301 Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. TUBS' ntHK'jmF Au enlargement of the veins of the scrotum, causing a * ***■ 1/iiTr knotted or swollen appearance of the scrotum most frequently. #"¥"• f*MMM^F -Often Indiscretion, but sometimes blows, falls, strains, exoes #»O <Lr#S UvC stye horseback or bicycle riding or excessive dissipation. MTT& tmTFnT—A' dull, heavy, dragging pain In small of back, extending down Ma O fir r tl/ • through loins, low spirits, weakness of body and brain, nervous debility, partial or complete loss of vigor, and often failure of general health. BTrgg f*BIK2F~~ If >ou are a victim of varlcocele, come to our office and let me ■■ • %*%onKm explain to you my process of curing it. You will then not wonder that 1 have cured to stay cured hundreds of cases of varlcoc«le during the past twelve month*. Under mv ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

SATTTEDAY EVENING. MARCH 9, 1901. ||r PATTONS <^p Sun Proof Paints^ ij are the paints with a real guarantee back 1 I of them— guarantee real guarantee back | of them—a guarantee to wear well for five I years. Pure lead paints may last two I | years, by chance. Patton's Paints always ■:} 1 I outlive the "guarantee. Five years is merely I jj ija| conservative limit. There are a great :i Ij many other points about paint you can } get JI Ij from our free book of paint knowledge.:'i 11 Liberal agency inducements to dealers. 11 I PATTON PAINT CO., 208 Lake St., Milwaukee, 1 PALMOLIVE is food to bathe the babies and the children with because it is so mild, healing and soothing. Prevents chapping. PALMOLIVE is by far the best Skin Soap made. It penetrates, softens and beautifies the skin and ; makes it well. Sold everywhere. : PALMOLIVE is made of pure Malaga olive oil and palm oil, two of the greatest healing, softening and beautifying agents known. ; T-*."' Made only by • '■ '*■'£. M J...

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

G CITY NEWS >l>atrrlona Shooting — A mysterious ahooting affair took place Thursday in the alley in the rear of the National Hotel. Two ehots were fired, followed by a woman's Bcream. The police, however, could learn nothing of the cause of the disturbance. Sarapsop'a Eighth Senalon — The eighth session in the voluntary bankruptcy «ase of C. W. Sampson, the Eureka nursery man, was held yesterday before Referee Merrirnan. As in former session the witness has recalled fact* which he had hitherto forgotten. It is probable that he will t>e given one last opportunity to "remember" at the time to which the case is continued, March 15. (Jleanon Hang's On—James T. Gleason, formerly erf the city clerk's staff, became stenographer to the chief of the fire depart ment the first of the year. Recently Chief «'anterbury gave notice that he would like his resignation. Gleason refused, but the chief, nevertheless, engaged a successor. This morning Gleason appeared before the tire de partme...

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

SATURDAY EVENING^ MARCH 9, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 10. MIISIAP»LIb\ MINN. Capital.^..... $300,000.00 Guaranty Fund $100,000.00 Interest 2% as. Allowed on Or*. * r*. °« Deposits. Cf*>j%S£L; Legal Depository *91 nt °" Trust Fund*. INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. SAFETY DBP«gIT TAfITS When in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washing-ton and Third Ayes. So. KspeclaUy desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $z to &!.5O per day: European plan, 50c, 75c. $1 and $1.60. with choice i<>taurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. Glasses fitted by an Expert Optician. Prices the lowest. Satisfaction guaranteed. , 243 Nioollet Avenue. •tfifarf Protect Your Property HBal? FROM fire with a dry powder Fire Extinguisher, perfectly harmless to flesh or fabric. A child can use It. Beware of worthless ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

8 DANGER IN EVERY BREATH To All Persons Affict= ed with COUGHS, CATARRH AND BRONCHITIS. /lost Dangerous Month of the Year. That tha month of March is the most dangerous one In the whole year, goes without saying, for it is an undeniable fact that at least half the people who die an nually from consumption, contract the dis ease during this month. The air passages of seven-tenths of the Inhabitants of our country are just at this season in a weakened and irritated state from the effects of coughs, catarrh and pneumonia contracted during the •winter, and in just the right condition to .receive the germs of pneumonia and con sumption. Tbra again these germs have been accumulating during the whole ■■winter and we now for the first time dried, wanntfl into life, and swept into the air by strong March winds, there to toe inhaled-t^ every breathing person. In one M£w York hospital during the past ten JAys the clothing and sputa of each patflttt as brought in, was tested for disease germs a...

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

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901. The Helping Hand : HELP IS jffijfc--' DR. COLE 1$ THE THE OPEN DOOR f m HOPE OF ; THROUGH "' |fp] THE HOPELESS, WHICH BEAMS jm / THEIR STAR IN THE LIGHT * W VJfc THE NIGHT OF HOPE »^M OF DESPAIR. jTP*' TK£: MAN whose manhood is impaired by " mental strain,- business ■ <r|\ cares, anxiety, sorrow, loss of wife or family—to the man whose man-* w. J. hood is impaired by vices, dissipations, indiscretions or excesses;—to tne man whose vitality is assailed.as a result of worry - and ■ hard work : me man of means, with brilliant prospects, throwing .away? his;, birthright ana impairing his health by corrupt practices,-dissipations and ; excesses;— to the poor man who never had Christian advice;; to the man whose blood is tainted with disease of any kind—to all unfortunate men—mv heart goes out in sympathy. ' , : ■ <-v.^.r, :; ;v .:,,. „T.,; STOP, „ ; j AVER EXERTION OF f Brain Fatigue, t; THINK, \) BRAIN A/ID NERVES A nxiety Sorrow n ftDM W TELLS the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

10 I agent^wantej)___ WANTED—AGENTS, TO SELL THE NEW process •window washer; water tank, sponge and rubber dryer combined. Kiefer ■ Bros., Cleveland, Ohio. ACME RESOLVENT WASHES . CLOTHES by simply boiling without rubbing or wear;' co acid or lye; 4 samples, 10 cents; harvest for agent*. Acme Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. INTELLIGENT MEN TO SHOW. AND TAKE | orders for our New Official Census Atlas; ..pedal liberal proposition. IliO & Co., 110 Wabaah. Chicago. - ■ .'■ ■'"■■(' AGENTS WANTED—IN EVERY WATER works town in the • United ■ States for the "Modern" filter; latest and most novel ; de sign; first ever made to recharge in one min ute; one gross "fiber cotton" fillings (a year's supply) free -with each; light, neat, hand some; sells soon as sediment taken from the water is seen on cotton; reserved territory; send for circulars and terms. MODERN FILTER CO., __ 243 Franklin at, D 3, Boston, Mass._ EVERYWHERE; .EITHER SEX Zarema diamonds; experts puzzled' to detect from genuine; liberal...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 9, 1901. M .HBKlt :t:t—Continued. FOR SALE—4S HEAD OF FARM HORSES and mares; weight from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds. This consignment of horses is from Steams county, Minnesota, and haß to be sold re gardless of price. Can be seen at Neumann's ilvery, 1405 Washington ay X. HORSE" AUCTION" HORSE AUCTION^ Barrett & Zimmerman will have for their Wednesday horse auction sales at Midway, St. Haul, from 800 to 1.000 head of horses, consigned to them by the largest horse own ers In the country, consisting principally of farm mares, drivers, delivery horses, road sters and mules, which will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve or regardless of value. Part time given If desired. Pri vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman, Min nesota Transfer, St. Paul, Minn. FOE SALE DA BAY-DRIVER, 7 YEARS old, sound,' good looker, gentle and an excel lent ftiader, $150. R 900, Journal. . ' FIRST-CLASS, NEW MILK .WAGON, WITH top; will sell cheap. X. P. Swauberg Car riage: W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

m 0 i% JlilV 111 I ■■■■■■■■iw.iii '"■ :' '',■■■ ■*■■■■■ ■ i m-,« ■■■■■ .....".■ '.*-''^-'!^':J~. -'•'■" ' ,;,,, llOT r—-■-'--'''' "' °' V '^'-"'- '"'■''" '-t:;r-^"^pr::-::.-:::: ..." -y^ ./ . • •/"-.••■-•.-•-■z.ri:- .-^r^ /■ , : -[, ■ fa 9 Qfu^vi.'.'. W^ »rt -"'■■■■_ ■ ■ . - i' I THE REFINERIES And the Demand for Their Products •— Asphaltum County Roads. It is commonly thought that California petroleum Is good for fuel and that's about all. This is because the greatest need here is cheap fuel, but when this need is Bupplied the following example will show to what uses the balance of the product can be put. These figures were given to Mr. Geo. R. Whitcomb by John B. McClos key of Santa Paula, Cal. They are not compiled from a laboratory test, but are the results obtained by Mr. McCloskey time and again in a hundred barrel still in the Ventura Oil company's refinery at Ven tura from 24 gravity Ventura county oil. . Prom 100 barrels of 42 gallons each: 3 barrels of 76 degrees gasolene....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 March 1901

PART XX jo urn JUNIOR 1 MtoufSfmlfc^^' *&* P* I tJBH O Wilt ißF*#*.-^r*^.MW<mwi i I'nniimwwwiui.w— nwi^Mfl ( r^ ■JTmbßi 'Si P - -1 I HI W 14H Id■ ■■MMipiMMWiMiBV «S Rt~'-4S BHb BU* n/n9B W>- ■ tump B#« PRESIDENT MoKINLEY READING HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS ON THE STEPS OF THE CAPITOL LAST MONDAY Copyright Photograph by C. M. Bell. WHAT GOV. GEN. WOOD HAS DONE Smith B. Hall Thinks Him a Success in Cuba, in Spite of What Captious Washington Correspondents Say. i "fit «wB i I ■ vl'/ ilKi HPI v ~ 5/ m I I tffi hf JB I! «H> I MAJOR QENTSRAL LEONARD WOO According to several Washington corre spondents Major General Wood has been a failure as a diplomat in Cuba. They seem to think that a sort of a political David Harum would have been able to have con ■ trolled the situation better for the McKin ley administration and to have reconciled the radical Cuban leaders to "the pur poses of this government," whatever that means. I have not the temerity to enter into a dispute with a Washingt...

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