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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

: 2 HEADED TO EMPIRE An Emperor in America Unless the Trusts Are Checked. PRESIDENT HADLEY'S PREDICTION Public Conscience Must Be Awak ened—Higher Standard of Morality Needed. Hew York Sun Spmolml Sorvlcm Boston, March 11.— President Hadley of Yale college, in a discourse In the New Old South church, declared that unless the trusts were broken , through ' legislation," there would be an emperor in this country within twenty-live years. „ * . "The Development of a Public Con science." was his topic, and he said: There is an appalling contrast between our methods of dealing with each other as j individuals and the low standard observed in dealings between different parts of the whole organization of society. Competition used to prevent a man fro"in - practicing great extortions upon his neigh bors, even if he wanted to, and in politics we have had at least a rough form of rela tive-justice. But to-day, with our indus tries organized into trusts, and the impe rialistic spirit developin...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING. MARCH U, 1901. :.' Sato &sff&2&o+%mrtip£ ,'iF'i >p tfgfflga jga ms-^SEan jracam 01 ■ .^flßfoh* ' ''^SBSJIL ': Bflft^fflliHßJ'^.iifffltok/ '' fflfr'H IffftL'' iflßi *BW iJS^ Hffih raw ■ " j& a. stm m - m '"• ' SiftS.'SfSi b£!X °ne ha"thelr value> ln "" MM * U 111 VlUllk A"other *reat **le of Fine Stamped Linens. Better values never No.^, worth 8c yard, at. a gi^ No. IC . worth 20c yard. at. g c I 5w | y|| I VIH IHF shown in the Twin Cities. IliiEi jgillEVfi WtwWll w AND ARCADE. gggaffltas No. 9, worth i2Vic yard, at, a ■ C ft ,-No. 40, worth 25cayard ,at. V 4QU *RB™*^ ifflaßi Igj alili^ 1111 l wflvisiß ready for u«VrcK. 59c to 87c ....'****** and «x 45 Indies sfjuav^worth 30 fSfSff. yara..... .% **** a yard :::.:r.:::.\:.\.V.;.;:. „:..'. ■ *>2V ——■■»■■-—■—_______«___——_—-_^_________ ■ ;■■ ' ■ -.■ ;- • Bramped Flue Linen Lunch Cloths, large size $1.75 each, Tuesday.... m^**'«* No. 12, worth 15c yard, at. a • . Crr^, . 800 pieces No. l black and...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

4 THE journal LUCIAN SWIFT, J.S. McLAIN, MANAGER. 'EDITOR." ' THE JOUR NALU published : every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. , C. J. unison, 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 mail. • . One copy, one month $0.55 One copy, three m0nth5.............'.. 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 CHANGES OP ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their paper* changed must always give their former as well as present address. COATIXIKu All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, : and until all arrearage* are paid. COMPLAOn Subscribers will please notify...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING. MAECH 11. 1901. ' J^giff ißw " tt3£& " ' jßHmSim *' BB^s «iB» m&HaO «■»« S&stf • ■ M/fsßst araß PEARCES ■Ess Jjjc S3S vjEn HB^BB^S CRYSTAL FACADE New Cloak and Suit Store Opening S TUESDAY AT 9 O'CLOCK. New Chic and Stylish Spring Costumes, made Suits, Coats,press Skirts, Dress Waists, Petticoats and Trimmed Hats. Second Floor Devoted Exclusively to Suits and Skirts New Tailor-Made Suits, in an al- New Dressy Silk Albatross and most endless variety, from 31150 Cotton Walsts in every color imag . to $75. Extra special values for . „ . . *.. _ , TV* this opening COR A A ' lnable > uearl-v a hundred styles; week vZwilIU matchless values this opening $E New Tailor-Made Walking Skirts, week at $5.98, $6.50 and.... & from 34.00 to 817.50. A special n"** s * «. « * „i_ v number in all colors, well worth New Petticoats, taffeta silk, bro -56.50, for opening C* ET A A caded silks and cotton materials, week VUIUU ranging{n price fromsl to s2s; ex- d|J A New,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

.9 CITY NEWS Mr. Walker Heads the List—T. B. Walker heads the list for the purchase .of "The Strike/ by Robert Koehler. which it is proposed to buy for the city, to be placed in the public library. The Hats will be circu lated among the prominent men,and art lov ers of the city. , ;: , - ". , : Mr*, lloj-il Frailer Die*—Mrs. Boyd Fraaler died at the city hospital on Friday afternoon of pneumonia, after an Illness of three days.. A husband and three children survive her. The remains will be taken to her old home at Murfreesboro, Term., for burial. . Pythian*' Annual Banquet—The sec ond annual banquet of the Knights of Pythias of Minneapolis will be held at the Nlcollet Tuesday evening, March 12, at 8 o'clock. Tho ablest speakers of the twin cities will re spond to the toasts. Drasia.it la Charles P. Braslan of San Francisco, a former Minneapolitan, Is at the West. Mr. Braslan is one of the 'Frisco men interested in the fight against Alex McKenzle and Judge N'oyes. He made a trip thro...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MAECH 11, 1901. VERXA Da a* a A good evaporated Pear/ Eg* rCaiS per p0und.......................3% D MI _.. Good California prunes. «1 ■■ lUneS per pound.. '......... 02% Hew Dates SSL* 5c California Figs :SE .....6c Evaporated Peaches ££.71c 25-lb. boxes. Austin Corn StSft 5c Winnebago Corn £5T:....1c Our Mayflower Brand Creamery Butter was awarded the Grand Prix (highest honors) at the Paris Exposition. Sweet Dairy Butter in jars 16c, 18c and 20c lb. Rutabagas ££•?: 6c Parsnips £? 10c Rolled Oats loud Ik Oranges srf5 r frdo om ea::.........::..:..12c Peerless Meat Market Prices Always Right. Sirloin Steak 12*£ c Round Steak 10c Hamburger 8c Rib Roast lOr&'lL'1-. • Thick Boiling Beef . . 6c Pot Roast 7 C Rib Boiling Beef 3@4c L*g Lamb 13% c Leg Mutton ]5c Pork Loins ;.......... - $ c Pork Chops ' [\ 10c Pork Shoulder. '.' ;: >L . Pork Butts 71",. Fine Turkey 10c, 12y.@llc California Hams .. .'...." ;i. L - A full line of fresh and salt fish. When in Minneapol...

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

8 MACDONELL, HOOD i PEIEY, GENERAL AGENTS FOR —■ Minnesota, lowa, Wisconsiu, Northern Michigan, If orth and South Dakota and Montana. 206-211 PHOENIX BLOC. THE OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARAN , TEE CORPORATION, L-MTD., COMPANY. ' Principal office. New York city, N. Y. (Or ganized in 1895.) Oscar Using, Manager. At- I torney to accept service in Minnesota, Insur ance Commissioner. INCOME IN 1800. ; Premiums received— ; Accident $16,630.53 Employers' liability. 222,458.08 Burglary 811,978.64 Credit guaranty .... 190,065.93 >. Steam boiler ........ 7,421.71 Total premium income $470,140.19 From interest, dividend* and - > rents .... 40.335.C9 From all other sources 8,281.26 Total income ...7 $513,766.58 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Claims paid (.net) — Accident $733.78 Employers' liability. 30,039.55 Burglary ;..... ' 6,102.04 0 ■/ ■ Credit guaranty 32,403.74 Steam boiler 2,822.00 Net paid policy-holders $69,302.83 Commissions, salaries and ex • penses of agents 111,685.74 Salaries of office...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 11, 1901. TO BE HEEDED HOI. In the Spring You Are Always Run Down. This Will Tell You Just What To Do For Yourself. fad Jut Why You Should Follow Exactly This Plan. 11l the spring everybody needs to • think about taking a spring medicine. Not only is this a common practice, but a very ne assary and healthful one. It is a fact which physicians acknowledge and the people recognize generally, that a spring tonic taken during the months of March, April and May is mor« conducive to the restoration of health, in cases of those who are sick, than any other course of treatment that could possibly be adopted. In the spring there are a great many and important changes going on in the body. Perfect health cannot be main tained while the system i 6 clogged and the organs sluggish, and the person has a languid and weakened feeling, with more or less nervousness and debility. Therefore everybody should take a food spring remedy. The best spring medicine, indorsed and recomme...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

s& WHEAT WAS VERY DULL, MAY CLOSING 74!>4c Outside Markets Cut Off From Wire Service and Little News Obtainable. INTEREST IN THE GOVT. REPORT Dnluth, the Only Market In Commu nication Up to Noon— Cash BBilne«>. $>o<B>3><§><s><J><§>«s><s>3><s>s><B><£<§><§><£ $> „- ,'v )%. ,'-. . ';■ ,•-... * f^V; Owing to the blt»ard and £ 4> the consequent . Interruption x «> <$> of telegraphic service, the .<$ «<' market quotations of to-day <$> $> readied Minneapolis In a Very <§> <$> Incomplete condition. There <$> $> 'was .no -wire service between <$> %> here and . Chicago up to li3O -: <$> «J> - ii. iv. <$> «• <$> *4 <t> •$■ •*>s><«> >»> <$> s£ <$.- <$. <$> <$r <$■ $> <$> Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. March 11.—Au air of demoralization hung over the "wheat, market th...

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

frOXDAY EVENING. MARCH 11, 1901. FIGHT ANOTHER DAY Chinese Soldiers Routed by Their „: Own Stampeding Horses. ARE MISTAKEN FOR THE ENEMY Disastrous Retnlt of the Chinese '-■■>'•"•■•', .Expedition , to. the •HtjS'-V. - ' ' • *Xorth.. -•• ... >' : ' .' ■*'.' .":,," .'. '•. '.... ; ,r_ . j Special to The Journal. Victoria, B. IC:; March; 11.— A native •writer in the, Tung Wen Hu Pift> describee the rout of the Chinese forces In the north. General Chen Tsehlin, who commanded the forces, took only thirty boxes of cart ridges from the Nanking arsenal, saying that the foreign devils would be sure to ■ flee<-at the- first discharge.of the .rifles of his;rorcps; Viceroy Liv of Nanking or dered that a lafge quantity of ammunition be eeht after the army.. The army took up a position not far horn Peking. " day the'horses were turned out u> graze, and raising a commo tion in. the pasture, a general stampede took place. The aoWiers in camp believed that the commotion heralded the a...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 March 1901

is. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THEY ARE HOSTLERS The House Is Making a Record for Work. IT - is: ahead; OF the SENATE It the Senate Get* dossed the ;■ : Yonng Kfiulutluu Stay Be Affected. The senate may boast of its business . methods, but if any comparison is to be in stituted at this time between the two branches of the legislature the result cer tainly favors the lower branch., The house has not only Introduced practically . the dame number of bills as the last house but apparently has its work about as well in. hand. The senate has proposed > less legislation than in 1899, has apparently made less progress with the work before it, and is now in a situation where it Is no longer free to taunt the house with indo lence. Any assertions on . this ground, if made by the senate, will be resented by . the "commons." This session the house has been the birthplace of 490 bills. Two years ago on the forty-sixth day there were 498. The senate this present session is credited -with 348 bills....

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAE PRICE TWO CENTS. AGGIE MAY SURRENDER Gen. De Dios Is Thought to Be Paving the Way. TIRED OF THE FIGHTING Peace Believed to Be the Meaning of De Dios' Action. HE SAYS STRUGGLE IS USELESS It-Would Never Have Been Begun, bat That the Filipino* „w« . Were Misled. ■» E tfmw York Sun Special Service Manila, March Peace in the Philip- I pines. Such is believed to be the real meaning of the surrender of General Mar ian de Dibs," Aguinaldo's chief lieutenant in the prosecution of the rebellion, with four officers and fifty-four men at Xaio. De Dioß said:';s . We are tired of fighting. We have done our beat, and it there be any that blame us for giving up, the fault is not ours. It is a useless struggle and should not have been begun. The Filipinos to-day would be the best citizens under the American nag but for their having been misguided. They had b*«i so cruelly treated by Spain and had h«ard so many promises made, only to be broken, that they could not believe the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

2 SNOW AND ICE STORM Worst of the Season North of Grand Rapids in Michigan. TRAIN DERAILED BY THE SNOW Rivera Are KUine iv Obio ami IViiiiMvlvHiilH and Flood U Feared. Grand Rapids. Mich., March 12.—Reports received at the office of the Grand Rapids a Indiana and the Pere Marquette rail ways in this lily thow that the worsi snow and ice storm of the season has pre vailed since yesterday afternoon ou the lines of these roads north of Grand Rap ids. Trains from toe north due last night are arriving from four to twelve hours late. A pessenger train ou the Kit Rapids di vision of the Pere Marquette VII derailed by the crusted snow but no uue was in jured. SKELETONS WASHED ll* llcuv> Itniii Urines to I.iulit a Fur- gotten HuryiiiK (Jrouml. New Haven, Conn., March 12—The heavy downpour near Edgewocd Park in this city uncovered an unknown cemetery on ground ■which for fiftj years had been used for other purposes. At least a score of skele tons were exposed to view. It is believed thai T...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 12. 1901. BEAUTIFULSKIN Soft White Hands h Luxuriant Hair Produced by GUTIGURA SOAP M IJ£*£ NS OF -^OMEN USE OUTICURA SOAP, "assisted by CLTICURA OINTMENT, for preserving, purifying and beau . , tifying the skin, for cleansing- the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and chaflngs, or too free or offensive perspira tion, In the form of washes lor ulcerative weaknesses, and for many antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, anil especially mothers, and for all the purposes of the toilet,, bath and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used it to use any other, especially for preserving and purifying the skin, scalp and hair of infants and children. CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT,' § J. S. McLAIN, ./ ; ; MANAGER. , EDITOR.}', .i'} HE JOURNAL la published every': evening, < except»:,Sunday, ; at 47-40 , Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. we.' J. BilUon, 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 mail. One copy, one month 10.35 One copy, three months •• 1-00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year..................... 4.00 , Saturday edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one .week '.« 8. cents One copy, one m0nth..............35 cents Single copy '....... 2 cent* : The Tax Commission There seines to be a chance that a seri ous mistake may be made in the appoint ment of the new tax commission. The commission is a very important one; the gravest responsibilities will devolve upon It and It is of the highest importance tJ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MAECH 12, 1901. MANUFACTURERS' SALE OF 1 Iron Beds This week we will place on sale 2,500 Iron Beds, of the very latest pattern—all bought at a great sacrifice and offered to you at prices unheard of—we would advise all our friends and customers to come to this BIG HONEY SAVING SALE—we quote you a few sample bargains of {he way we propose to ! >*Cl*jKk. sell these Iron Beds. -"°/ V-M^tl^ jbl BEAUTY *" iF^^^^^^^^L^^^lr^r^^N^ht And you can buy this I rl!T^S<^2§Rv^ pSpiFit Z jPP Iron Bed at the manu- I - •' \ /^fT^T^Si^ (jife v \ jjl * acturers' sale—heavy /\i ; i -1 f^~/p?MI T \ pJr*^\l posts — finished in ii / i&o^S. Vs* white, dead black and -r****jC^ i< _j[ i< / /i\ \^^^ apple green; regular this BSD 4^ Just this of it—An Iron Bed for this m%fi illl price—finished in white or dead black; %F ■W V# regular value $15.00. bio VALUE gm^ — Wa l?f!*k o%k. At this sale—regular value $23.00 »Ja mHbE —All : trimmed with oast brass, one II ™^P mmV m V of the ve...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

G CITY NEWS FROM A SAD ERRAND George A. 1! me We it He turn*. From Ilia Son's Funeral. George A. Brackett is in Minneapolis on his way west. He has just returned from Portsmouth, N. H., where the fu neral of his BOQ, Tom Brackett, was re cently held. The remains were placed in a receiving vault; they may be brought on to Minneapolis, where Tom grew up, for interment this spring. Tom had been closely associated with his father in the Klondike aud Atlin dis tricts, and the latter will greatly miss his never-failing support. In a rough, new country, where hard characters often had full frontier sway, Mr. Brackett s:iys that Tom's sunny disposition never once deserted him and that he got on famous ■ ly with everyone he came in contact with. He endeared himself to all, and will be missed by those who had come to know him in the new country. Mr. Brackett predicts a great future for the Atlin district, where he has val uable holdings. He says miners ate still pouring into the district, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAUCH 12, 1901. ' ' >r'T- 'I "ii^__^- .•■■-.■.•,'■■■■: We carry a very complete line of Teas, selected by an expert for fine flavor and purity. Prices range from 35c lb. up. A A | AnA English Breakfast. Cey- CD« UOlOngf lon, Japan or the .MhiardaDU® 4llberiniß::feS;^;:r.^6o| Coffee. Our Coffees coma 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 Seated:.- 30c Compare It against anybody's tie. Robal MSS*. 1!??.^: ■ ■* . .:.22e Compare It with any 35c coffee in the city. Santos and Golden Rio "If. Makes an excellent cup 13$ Maple Syrup S3: 75c Eggs 5^:..... 13c Peaches v^^T 71§ Prunes ?eril ) ca. :....32C Dates £% ........;..5c C!a>a New California, per fi_ rlgS Ib.package OS A . H 'JOO cases Austin corn, E» WUrn per dozen 6Oc; per can OS tp A . H Wlnnebago Corn, 10c grade, C * V Urffl per dozen 7Oo; per can OS Beets or Rutabagas; 6e UCSIS per...

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

8 FRANK L. MOWRY Fire and Marine Insurance 819 Guaranty Loan Bldg. Telephone 1264.2 main. FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY—Prin cipal "office. Baltimore, Md. (Organized in 1826.) F. E. S. Woire. president; Harry L. Rial!, secretary. Attorney-. to accept service in Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner. Cash oapital, $900,000..... .-.......: .' i / % INCOME)-IN iaoo. ■ . • ' •: Premiums other, than perpetual*.. $499,832.21 Rents and 'interest,™.. .-."..'.i.^'.i"'^ -.30,182.64 I'tom all other sources -121,217.52 Totid income; ..".::;/..:.,vr..V. 1 ,: 232.37 ■ V. > DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900: ",. >i Amount paid for losses.., , .786.63 Dividends and interest..... ..'..; • 39.629J44: Commissions, brokerage, salaries •' •-'.*• ■. and allowances to agents...... : 73,076.18 Salaries of officers and employes . 13,752.00 Taxes and fees 30,105.39 All ether disbursements V,..'..■.... 29,5&2.tl Total disbursements ...-^ $522,232.26 Excess of income over ■ disburs . menu, '...... ....7......... $129,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAKCH 12, 1901. SUBSTITUTION The MLATO of the Day. See you get Carter's, Ask for Carter's, Insist and demand ' mini's Little Liver Pills. The only perfect Liver Pill. Take no other, Even if . "■.../.• [f Solicited to do so. Beware of imitations of Same Color Wrappers, BED 3 STORAGE Household good! a specialty. Us- '■ •qu*l«d i Mllitlei and lowest rates, racking by «xp<^eno«d men. Transfer & FM Co,, 46 So.TkirdSL Telephone Halo 666—both exchanges. R. H. EEGENER, fgS^fPM* a 207 Nicollet Ay 4EJMpi_ fi^wr"- 1 'v" line of Toilet art .' >*iy|T^~ - ~~" '- icles, Carving Sets, J"^W™"<!|SiJjS*' "^Vmbi Manicure Goods, Hair j*l^ Brushes, Razors and Pocket Cutlery. Razors, Shears and Clippers sharpened. ■-• ■ • \ ■.. .- North Star Dye Works E. F. WBITZKL. Proprietor. 7M Heoaepta ▲▼•.. Xlame»B*Ua. Tel^phoae o»a.s. [fjDRTH-WESTERN |INE; 8»* f^^T p** ft^> BYl!^T_...ll Ticket office. 418 Klcollet At., Phone. 240 .Main fEx. Sun. Others dally. j Leave i Arrive Badger ...

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