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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

10 MAY WHEAT WAS WEAK, AND SOLD OFF TO 73% c Telegraphic Communication Still Unsatisfactory and the News Meager. THE VISIBLE HADE A DECREASE Government Report Kaduiutes 12S> -000,000 80. Reserves In Far mail' llaitd». Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 12.—Wheat opened .- %c: higher . this ; morning, slay at 74% c, but lost i the strength on the first trades. The market eased off on selling pressure and May dipped under 74c, selling at 73% c just before noon. ■ The wire service was patched up as.well;as, possible, but! was unsatisfactory at the best and communication with Chicago was subject to frequent breaks. Liverpool came %d higher, which gave- rise to the early, strength, but there was enough long wheat on sale to force it back.. The visible supply estimate delayed from yesterday came later. The figures show a decrease of 1,841,000 bushels in wheat and the total now ■lands at 55,893,000 bushels. After a time a lot of yesterday's gossip began to; dribble through. Monday's...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, 1901. SPORTS FLAWS IN HER PLATES WORK OS LIPTOVS SHAMROCK 11. .' treat Britain Behind America lv Yacht Building, Says an ; .Expert.. % JV«»r X»rk Sun Special Senie* i.oadon. .March 12. —Some of the papers here quote a Glasgow eorrespoiulent, who I thai uafoi'3eeu difficulties have arisen iii connection with the plating of Shamrock . Jj. Ht> stales ihai Mr. Watson discovered serious flows in som.e of the plates, and that be now inspects every Inch of the , metal used. He has madeai; importaut : dtst'u.try which upsets many theories of yacht deigning. He has been obliged to discard aluminum plating for the de* k. Clasgow. March If.— ln a kettiri deliv ered at the university here. John Howard Bites, consulting naval architect, con trasted 3ritish and American yacht con struction. He said that Great Britain had always been several years behind the United States. The plea that British vacate competing in the United States were obliged to cross the Atlantic h...

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

12 STUTTERING STAMMERING DR. L L RIVENBURGH, of CHICAGO.Is at the NICOLLET HOTEL, this city, where he will remain a few weeks to cure Stuttering;, Stammering, Hesitancy, Lisp ing and all forms of Speech Impediments. My method removes the cause of stammering, therefore the cure is permanent. The only scientific and successful method known and practiced. / QUARAHTt-E A CURB IN A FEW DA VS. I have made a specialty of speech im pediments for \.he past 30 years and have cured over 2,500 cases. Read the following Testimonials: Owatonna, April Ist. 1900.—T0 Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that Dr. B. L. Rlvenburfeh has treated Judge Luce, of the municipal court of this city, and Clarke G. King, a boy of 16 years of age, for stam mering, and the result in each case has been Simply marvelous. 1 have no hesita tion In recommending him to the considera tion of all persons thus afflicted. John L. Gibbs, ex-Lieutenant Governor. Owatonna, April Ist. 1900.—T0 Whom It May Concern: This is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAfcf PKICE TWO CENTS. DIAZ SAID TO BE INSANE Rumors Regarding Mexican President. IS KEPT IN SECLUSION Report That He Is Dying From Poison Is Repeated. £$ HIS END SAID TO BE APPROACHING But Another Report Say* That He 1* Completely Restored to Health. I Maw York Sun Soaolml Servfcm. Mexico CHy, Mexico, March 13.—Rumors that President Diaz is insane have been rife In the city ever since the president hurriedly left the capital two months ago without giving any official notice of his departure. It is now pretty generally believed he was hurried out of the city by those close to him to keep from the public the fact that his mind was badly affected. To lull suspicion it was given out that he had gone to the wilds of the state Guerrero on a hunting trip. There were those who re marked that it was strange that the presi dent should go on a second hunting trip when he had but recently returned from one. * Shortly after the departure of the presi dential party for Guerre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

2 Spring Medicine There's no season when good medi cine is so much needed as in Spring, and there's no medicine which does so much good in Spring as Hood's Sarsaparilla. Do not delay taking it. Don't put it off till your health tone gets too low to be lifted. Hood's Sarsaparilla Will give you a good appetite, purify and enrich your blood, overcome that tired feeling, give you mental and di gestive strength and steady nerves. Be sure to ask for HOOD'S, the best medicine money can buy. It is Peculiar to Itself Him Feelings in Spring— "la the spring I was feeling very badly. My blood was very poor. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It did me much good. I think it is a wonderful spring medicine and recommend it to all sick and Buffer ing."- Ethel L. Bean, Eaton Center, N. H. WHEN you rent a house or flat, don't forget to have it equipped with one of the telephones of the Ntrfhwatttrn Telephone Exchaage Company. home is complete without it. lowest Rate. Best Service. For information, c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVEJNIJNIi, .MARCH 13, 1901. A CHICAGO LADY'S RECOVERY. How Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrh of all Internal Organs After Doctors Fail. i I Mrs. President Byron, of Chicago. Mrs. Q L. Byron, of iV4»> Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, 111., is I'resident of the Chicago German Woman's Club. She has the following to say of Peruna, the great catarrh remedy, which relieved her of a serious ease of catarrh of the bladder : T°e Peruna Medicime Company, Columbus, Ohio: Qentlemen—' 1! was cured of a very severe case of bladder trouble which the doctors did not know how to reach. i had severe headache amd dragging pains with it, but before the second bottle was used I felt much relieved, and after having used th* fifth bottle life locked different to ma. This was nearly a year ago, and I have had no recurrence of the trouble. I cannot praise Peruna too highly. '' — Mrs. C. L. Byron. I ulurrli of Bladder or Chronic < vslllio. Mr. Charles Lindsay of South Wayne. Wis., who is tiii years of age, wri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

* THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIK, .v MANAGER. v EDITOR. THE: JOURNAL i« published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. mmm \ m\ m "-■itn ■!■■ ■■m * JEr' C. J. Blllaon, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. England and Monroeism It is cabled from London that the Standard of that city, commenting upon the refusal of the British government to accept the amendments to the Hay- Puuucefote treaty, suggests that the time lias come for England and the European powers to unite and attack the Monroe doctrine and give their attention to "the commercial possibilities of the dormant southern half of the continent." This is a very silly declaration. The Monroe doctrine, as first outlined by Mr. Canning, the British minister of foreign affairs, and by Mr. Adams our eecretary of state, and some months later put in definite shape by President Monroe (in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENTING. MARCH 13, 1001. ButUrlok Patterns. , Ejjfj^ fj COLLET AVE X JaS^^ £Mr Dress Goods hi Our Spring" line is now complete, and we most cordially invite inspection by the ladies. We have the latest weaves and colorings, fabrics which will compare favorably with the best selected stocks in New York, Chicago, or any eastern city. Our stock includes Etamines, Eollenne, „ Voile, Mohairs, Crepes, Albatross, Glorias, Grenadines, Prunellas, Cheviots, Serges, Homespuns, gs Cashmeres, Venetians, V Granites, Canvas Cloths, Broadcloths, Corkscrews. Skirtings and Tailor Suitings. We have a fine line ranging in price from $1.25 f $3.75 per yard, and includes Coverts, Tweeds, Venetians, Meltons and ' Corkscrews. Light Sheer Fabrics. Dame Fashion this season seems to have a leaning toward light weight goods. In deference ot her wishes we are showing a very handsome line of Light Sheer Fabrics for Spring wear. Challle* in all wool and with satin stripes. Corsets. We would call the at...

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

'0 v CITY NEWS Kile. Kntert&innieut Delayed — The entertainment which the local lodge of Elks bad planned" for the benefit of the legislature u>-iiigh.t, has been postponed one week to,. suit the convenience of the legislators. ' \ Smoker for McDonald — A smoker ■will be given, at the armory this.even ing by Company I for Sergeant McDonald, formerly; of I, and late* of , the ..Thirty-sev enth regiment, United States volunteers, just mustered out at San Francisco. Another Smoke Fine— in the munici pal court this morning Bernard Swift, eu trinetT lor the Colloni block, was fined $10 for a. violation of the smoke ordinance of ihe city. There are several more cases to be decided this coming week. Campbell Gets Even-Ambrose Camp bell, in whose acrobatic performance with the police he has always been the under dog, has aX last scoured, In the police.court yes terday , Vivian Tihornley, the young woman who is charged with robbing him of ?100, was bound over to the grand jury. New li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

WEnp^DAT EYENTNTG. MARCH 13, 1901. VERXA Groceries tobe^ood be high prices, for example: Dm aba Excellent evaporated California E _ rvaio Tears. (A great bargain), lb.. DC Prunes !b ood Callfornia. l'. riines:3 Jo New Dates C :. Ie New Figs B^.;;;..:.; 6c Butter pe«°Jarv,...........(6s Better at 180 and 2Oc. Corn ££5!^??™:. 5s ■■SS.-.BOc Corn BSS^JIi &70s Rolled Oats S. tit Preserves, very fine, should be 30c,' this sale ....... ...... .21c Pure Fruit Jelly, glass 21c Sunny Side Tomato Soup, can Sc Anderson's Soups, can :........'.'Bc Stewed end Strained Tomatoes 10c Wasuburn's Oats. pa ....' 8c Flaked Peas and Beans, pa ....'.......' 8c H. O. Wheat, pa 7c Cross & Blackwell Pickles, quart jar. 48c IIA alflt<* 11 breakfast Food, cooked •A ncalindll or uncooked, Mb. bag.. £US Healthail SSSW .30s Graham S^aSs§? 25c Graham uiX'bag*.. .*.-.. 18c Potatoes ?efbu». bu ! h! 1?:....45c Coffee. Our blue-tlanie Gas Koaster is in op eration every hour in the day. You get coffee here s...

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

':£.: 1 The Greatest ;f Pfir PURE I Spring Cleanses* _j nj|n— I and UPBtMLOER Is uLUUU— Dr. Greene's STRONG I Nervura ' MCDIfCC I BLOOD anil NERVE REMEDY. II LSI W LUI H I^SHS *^^ humors are at their worst in the spring-. ti HKIN humors are at their worst in the spring*. skin diseases find Those who are chronic sufferers from skin diseases find II jlra^ h their troubles increase in the spring months. It is then that || ffi*f^af the imperative need of the right medicine forces itself upon 9 ' ' the attention' of the. afflicted and the search for relief begins H ..with.new; vig0r.,...;;». ■ : iJ..'.^''}i-.;-.i:u':.-\i: ciV£/u i?>, - •:.:- ■ . -■ i Dr. Greene's NERVURA 1 Blood and Nerve Remedy % CURES SKIN HUMORS PERMANENTLY. I the attention of the afflicted and the search for relief begins with new vigor. Dr. Greene's NERVURA Blood and Nerve Remedy CURES SKIN HUMORS PERMANENTLY. || \ . There is no use taking half-way measures with skin troubles. While j-J : the exciting cause exist...

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

WEDNESDAY. EVENING. MARCH 13, 1901. BEATS STEEL TRUST Hill and Morgan Working on Vast Railroad Combine. CAPITALIZATION IN THE BILLIONS It Involve)* All Through Road* West ~ ~Of the Mis*lßK!pitl, Except ; , „, the Atchison. The New -York Press says that the formation of the gigantic steel trust is to be followed up by the organization of . a railroad combination of such vast extent, immense resources and control of the transportation business of a large part of the continent as to make the steel com bine appear insignificant in comparison. The greater combination involves railroads whose capitalisation aggregates bUlion»;whose stockholders are counted by the hundreds of thousands, as are the employes of the sys tems, and whose ' operations constitute the greater part of the country's greatest industry —the railroad industry. J. J. Hill's conferences on Saturday with J. Pierpont Morgan and many of the two men's 'associates in the management of the country's largest railroad systems we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

10 WHEAT MARKET HIGHER, MAY CLOSING AT itfAc Another Day of Poor Telegraph Ser vice and Consequent Dullness in the Pit. LIGHT RECEIPTS IN NORTHWEST Not Much of Leading Interest—Firiu er Feeling- Xeur the Clone- General Xevr». Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 13.—The wheat market showed firmness this morning and May held around 74',;,c In the early trading. The opening was a shade under yesterday's close at 73%e and there was hesitating tendency at first on advices of an unsettled Liverpool market. Liverpool opened 'id higher to %d lower. Second ad vices showed further decline, but the close was unchanged from yesterday. May took a range above 74c, and held steady wound 7*Vfcc with a quiet trade. Total receipts at northwestern points were very light by com parison with last year, showing only S2'i etn against 1,025. Minneapolis held up fairly well, receiving 317 ears against 343, but the Duluth comparison showed a falling off to practically nothing, that market reporting only 1...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 13, 1901. MINNESOTA SAUK CENTER—V. M. Tobey of the firm of Tobey Brothers, one of the first business • men here, died yesterday. BLUE EARTH—The cold storage building of the C. & J. Michel Brewing company was destroyed by fire. Loss, $l,mM), partly cov ered by insurance. EXCELSIOR—Joseph Ehrrnantraut and brothers, of St, Paul, who left for the Pacific coast a short 44me ago, have concluded a deal whereby they come into possession of the largest hotel In Everett, Wash . AUSTIN -district court in Mower county convenes here next week, with Judge Kings ley on the bench. One important case will be that of Frank Brown and John Curtis, hviti- for robbing the bank at Dexter ST. JAMBS .1. N. Miller has traded prop erty valued at $12,000 to Henry Kiene of l)u --bu.)ue. lowa, for the Edgwood stock farm, k>o»ted m Polk county. The farm Is valued . at $„' ,im»). the remainder being paid in cash. KA.-.v»> - Jannnje. Hasbrook. of Milton, pointed a gun that lie sup...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 March 1901

"12 MINNEAPOLIS: ST. PAUL. 315 to 325 Kicollet Avenue. Seventh and Robert Streets. Final Clean-Up. Season's wind-up of Underwear— 7 5c, $1.00, $1.2? and $150 Underwear—choice for 50c. It's all underwear of excellent character, warm soft and dependable. In natural, wool fleece, silk fleece, camel's hair, elastic derby ribbed flat Scotch pv- y^"*v Sanitary Underwear, Balmoral stripe I / \ and English Cashmere. 2s ot all sizes I I[^ in all styles, but you'll find a good I I I 4 assortment. Choice \^S Men's and Boys' heavy Gloves and Mitts at less than cost of making. Big snaps! Better hurry! HOUSE SAYS "NAY" It Refuses to Concur in Amendments to the Hurd Bill. BILL GOES TO A CONFERENCE Three Members of Conference Comm ittee Will Stand by the Bill —Three fur Amendment. The Hurd oil inspection bill is now in the hands of a conference committee. A message from the senate announcing the passage of the house bill, with amend ments, was read to the house this morn ing. Mr. Hurd moved that th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAM PRICE TWO CENTS. OPENS IHE GRAB GAME Other Nations May Follow Russia's Action. WARNING BY GERMANY Russian Concessions in Return for Manchuria Agreement. REPORT OF NEW CHINESE ENVOYS Secret Edict Ordering Another to Deal With the KuMHian Project. Mmw York Sun Spmolal Mmrvlem Peking, March 14. —Germany's reply to China aneut the Russian agreement, "which is equivalent in substance to the warnings given by the other great powers that if an exception is made in the case of Russia it will establish a rule for the other nations to act upon, in spires the Chinese to make further pro testations, and the plenipotentiaries have telegraphed the emperor requesting him to delay by every means in his power 7he conclusion of the treaty. Notwithstanding this, the condition is unchanged. Hu»»ia May BtflniHfr It is now reported that one of the cabinet ministers in Singanfu has tele graphed to the Chinese plenipotentiaries here that the Russian government is ready to reconsider...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

2 A SENSIBLE SUMMER A May to Obtain the Urratem Benefit lor the Least Money. A little woman went to a certain Ohau tauqiut resort last summer, and experi enced a most economical and cheerful way of living. She was at that time in a de bilitated condition with poor digestion, which made it imperative that ehe have the right kind of food and yet such that was nourishing and strengthening, "so I took an equipment of fresh, crisp Grape- Nuts. During that summer I lived on Grape-Nuts with a little cream or milk, and some ripe fruit such as 1 could pro cure. Many meals were made of delicious Grape-Nuts alone. 1 experienced a pe culiar clearness of intellects and a bodily endurance never known before on the old time diet of meat, biscuits, butter, etc. it was a continual delight, the healthy way of living combined with simplicity, economy, and the highest utility, in curring no restaurant or board blli, and returning at ihe end of the summer, with money in my pocket, realizing that I had l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 14 1901 .&L * Also ■-• -\ j^i VJ^Twßßiri^flCM Have a Case In Your House ' 'for hospitality's sake" Nothing quite so pleasing to offer the guest, for it's so pure and deliciously good. Unequalei as a health sustain ing beverage. BLATZ MALT-VIVINE Non-Intoxicating Malt Tonic. All Druggists. TIL BLATZ BREWING CO.. MILWAUKEE MINNEAPOLIS BRANCH, 1816 6th St. 5. Phone 206 Medical Book Free. KNOW THYSELF! Know Thyself Manual, a book for men only, sent Kree, postpaid, sealed, to every male reader mentioning this paper; 6e. for postage. " The Science of Life, or Self-Preservation," the Gold Medal Prize Treatise, the best Medical Book of this or any acre, SJO pp.. with engravings and pre scription*. Elegant Library Edition, full gilt. OXLV 01.00, paper covers. Inferior abridged edition, 35c. Get the bent. Address the Peabody Medical Institute, 4 Buifineh Street, Boston, Mass., the oldest and best In this country. Write to-day for these books; keys to health and happ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

« THE JOURNAL I.UCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, . MANAUEK. ;.■/■'' EDITOR. 'r ' TUB JUVHXAL la published every evening, except Sunday,» at 47-4S> Fourth Street -South. Journal' Building*. Minneapolis. .Minn. C J. Btilaon, Manager Eastern Adver- ' tising. • NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. ".ir/'V " ~: ■ 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 26 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 lornier 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 will please notify the offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 14, 1901. mJs §?W £^ i?M M WW $tM Hd? JjpJ? IMP iff S3 M M3 ®Jf A Cordial Invitation Display. :...- ■\'^-'[-,. First glimpse of the new models for 1901 season— Dainty whito waists —a really magnificent snowing, comprising the most beautiful models in dainty Swiss embroidery effects — hemstitched and embroidered mull effects—featherstitching— Irish Point and Valenciennes lace effects. Fortunate will the purchaser be who makes her selection from our opening display, as hundreds of these styles are ex clusive—and positively cannot be duplicated. • C|fJL M#O »dB» £&* We caU Mtteatloa to our special value* "**•"»* WW €*§& 19 ' In the newest Silk Waists. ■at SSmOO Choice of hundreds of Silk Waists —choicest colorings and black — positively cannot be matched elsewhere at $7SO to $10. FRED. D. YOUNG & CO. ££ \ "lu «b. Vrooman's Sales a 1 • T\ T 1 Our after-inventory sale began yester 1S VV C^C^ X dj*y- The artk'les offered at this saie cou- **^ T T V^ V^ ...

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