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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 16, 1901. REFORMATION OF THE BRUTE Prize Story in Minnesota-Nebraska Universities' Contest—"Etienne Girard" (W. J. Fairchild), Nebraska, the Author. Up on the top landing of tenement No. 74 ' there was troublewhich was nothing ■un usual; for No. 74 is in the, French quarter, and. there is always trouble in the French • quarter, as every one knows. ■'. This time it /Vas/a^ woman's voice.', from the top of the rear,, lauding—coming high, shrill, angry— sometimes breaking into sobs, sometimes ris ing into-a shriek— but always angry. Now and then it stopped, broken into by a man's •• rougher tones, but for the most part it ran on steadily;, merely >. slight variant in the droning undertone of the life of the tenement. V Down on the next landing Pierre Morre was listening intently; Pierre always listened to these family troubles—they were so amusing, surely. H- was a small, dark little French man, with a* rounded" oval face and sharp black eyes like a terrier's...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

10 l#^ IWM V THE CUBANS DON'T LIKE US: rTpH l^^iaa^J '-^^ <3ivdy r of Present Conditions in the I/land JMr^^f] irVTIi 0 ' THE Cubans whom we saved Ifek^ IH from Butcher Weyler, whom we !|\*| have fed and clothed, helped |im and petted, do not love us, . .;..; their benefactors. They have more affectiotn , for the - Spaniards who oppressed them. ~ , But putting aside the question of grati tude, mere politeness, not to say prudence, should prevent their peevish Impatience to hurry the departure of our troops which are doing nothing more than to preserve order. Uncle Sam's assistance in establishing the new republic is spurned, althougth the island's commer cial future depends upon friendly recipro cal relations. To offend us looks like fly ing in the face of providence. He cannot have the power, according to the consti tution adopted, of limiting the island's indebtedness, although he may be called upon to fight a nation which may send its warships to Havana harbor to collect a mor...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

The Journal Junior Unlucky Days Minneapolis Juniors Find There Is No End to Disasters and Calamities When Once They Begin. yf yf yf yf if HOUGH a number lay the blame to their getting out on the wrong side of the bed or not leaving their !othes wrong side out, when once put on that ay, one of the boys frankly confessed that his id luck was the result of pure carelessness. If ore of the Juniors would take the time to inves gate they would find this to be true in most of le cases. Regardless of where the blame should j placed, the Juniors have spent many days that ive been filled from early dawn until midnight ith unexpected and exasperating incidents. )me found solace when they discovered that it as the thirteenth day of the month or a Friday, ailing down stairs seems to be a common practice among the Juniors, judging from the frequency with which it appeared in the day's events. The Juniors are getting careless again about the number of words in their papers. A number ex ceeded the ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

s it made so that as soon as the grata on the field was ripe my in vention could be brought forth and ere it was returned to its shed 0 all the grain would be ready:or market, i* : would be so con '_" Btructed that as soon as the grain was cut ft would Immediately^ . be • threshed and f fanned to free 'it from I mustard and • wild oats. After it had been fanned the grain would by some mechanical contrivance be put ■ into sacks. • The machine would have to be ? stopped at intervals of half days, perhaps;' to ■ unload . its grain I and straw. The straw would; have to be pressed by the machine as fast as it formed or it would take up too" much room. v - y This invention would be run by steam or electricity, as ■it _' would be of ; too large dimensions for the average "< number of horses used for: a -self-binder: to pull. I - would have It made of substantial material, so that it would last half a century at least. It-could, no doubt, be managed by one or two men.-I should in . vent ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

fbr example; specimens have been kept for several days without food of any kind and all the time making light. —Will Benton, - Eleventh Grade. East Grand Forks, Minn. No More Fisrurtn*. I should invent a machine of some kind that would work ex amples correctly. When there are large columns to add, or even when there are short ones, I usually make mistakes, so I wish I could invent a machine that could do my work for me. I guess it would be made by putting down on a large round board all the numbers from one to one quadrillion. Then &s I repeat the numbers a little pointer in the center would jump to every number I said, and as soon as I finished it would point to the answer. In this way I could always be perfect in my arithmetic work. —Martha Wiecking, Fifth Grade, 506 Byron Street, Mankato, Minn. Pleasant Grove School. An International Translator. My invention would be a sort of a tube so arranged that no matter what language was spoken into it it would come to my ear in plain ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

4 Tshe JOURNAL JUNIOR.. M&e Harris Anson .... Editor. The Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public school children of the northwest, in and above the fifth grade, and is de voted principally u> their own writings. There is no expense attached, and all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor reipondence and suggestions from teacher. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Jumo.\ Why the Treaty Came BacK. /^REAT BRITAIN has courteously but firmly rejected the Hay- Pauncefote treaty as amended by the senate, and we are still waiting to dig the canal through the isthmus because of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty which was signed half a century ago, be fore we had entered upon our wonderful era of growth. Now, to get at the bottom of the question, it will be necessary to go back to 1848 and see why in the first place any such treaty was nec essary between the United States and Great Britain. Great •Britain had taken posse...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

Can. He had a narrow escape from being burnt once, the straw on which he was sleeping caught fire and blazed up, but his com panions woke him in time and put it out in time to save the other beds from burning. One day he was sent to a French fort with a warning that they were on British ground. He and a man named Gist set out. They encountered many perils, but got there and back safely, having accomplished their errand. Washington was a very brave soldier. In Braddock's cam paign he had three horses shot from under him and several mus ket balls passed through his hat and clothes. He was very fa mous in the French and Indian war. Washington was com mander-in-chief in the revolutionary war. He never wanted to give up and retreat. George Washington was a very good president. He was the first president of the United States. He was nominated twice. He chose the best men for helpers, two for him and two against him. Washington got married and his home was at Mt. Vernon. He !was very wealt...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

« Unlucky Days Continued from the First Page. and on beginning to black en. the stove I burned my left hand so badly that I had to bandage it up with saiaratus. My hand being disabled I did not feel Iltffe doing much more, but as there was no one home to help me I • had *to get around' as best I could, After resting for a ; while I began to clean the lamps. I . got ' along until I went^to .put? up ■ the hanging lamp. Some one knocked at the door and * this frightened me ;so that I ; dropped the. lamp. It broke, of course, and the oil which I had just put in went all over a new carpet which had ? just been laid the week before. Here I ended my unlucky day's work, for by this time my hand was aching so badly that I could not do any more. A. Seventh Grade, ;; %}&*}% J V -' " '~X —Viola Pickel, Hamilton School. r' '- — '--.'t:' "45319 Bryant Avenue N. • .;...-, -/•:;.•• -..;;.'■ •-' m ' ..- ■--■.".-■' _■-■■.- - •■- •-_-■ Smalt Girl With Many Airs. (Honorable Mention.) "Peggy, oh, Pe...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

I kept on fishing the whole morning but I could not catch any more. Then I stopped and as I was going to pick up the fish that I had caught a big fish swallowed it. Soon afterwards I lost my knife and my fish pole fell into the lake. Then I went home to get dinner, but when I reached there the doors were locked so I had to wait until supper time. B Fifth Grade, Whittier School. A Sticky Swim. One day three or four years ago when I was in the country, an unlucky day struck me. The first thing in the morning, after breakfast, I was clearing the table when a dish went bang on the floor. This made me feel badly to begin with. Then I went to the chicken coop to get eggs. To my surprise I* found so many that my basket was heaping full and I started happily for the house. As I crossed the threshold I stumbled and fell and before I knew it I was fairly swimming in broken eggs. After I had washed my face and hands and changed my dress I went out to play in the hay. While sliding down one of ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 March 1901

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. INSPECT BEER AT BREWERIES Clause in the Agricultural \ Bill Just Passed. BREWERS FILE PROTESTS It Is Not Clear Just How It Got Into the Measure. PANAMA CANAL TALK IS REVIVED Eaatem Paper* Say President Korthrop Will Be Appointed -Babcock'i Bill. FVom - Th* Journal Bureau, Room 46, JF*e*f Building, Washington. ■ Washington, March IS.—Brewers from all parts of the United States are sending inquiries to Washington about a clause in the agricultural department appropriation bill, providing for government inspection of beer at breweries. The clause has not appeared in previous appropriation bills of the department, and it is not quite clear how it came to be inserted this year. It ■was inserted without attracting notice while the bill was pending in the house. Now brewers, according to information coming to Washington, are loud in the assertion that there is no necessity for it, as brewers are all too honest to adulterate their goods. Congress ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

2 UNITE WITH ROME ■f *■■ - Movement on Foot Involving the Anglican Church. ■ DISESTABLISHMENT IN ENGLAND Duke of Newcastle, Discusses the Situation of the Church of England. . ' •"■ New York, March 18.—The Duke of New castle has returned to this city from Flor ida.- He says: \ , . .\. . In England the bishops of the Episcopal church have taken fright at ritualism. They are, therefore, trying to suppress ritualism. It will lead eventually to disestablishment. The extreme low church may probably leave us. - . .. . ... ''• There is a movement on . foot to promote a union between the Angellcan church and the Church of Rome. The probability of a union between eastern and western churches Is growing stronger. What is needed is a leader who is bold and energetic. A SHORTAGE OF $150,000 REPORT OX MLES' NATIONAL BANK Bank Will Be I* n a tile' to Resume— Cashier Johnson la Arrested. Washington, March IS.—The controller of the currency to-day received from the ■temporary receiver of the failed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

MONDAY EVEOTNG, MARCH 18. 1901. IB Arafsiajr One is as vitally important as the other. b Hi! KgfcMJll in& that looks best, wears longest—costs the Wm 19 11 wnffcW/m 'east, quality considered. You will find it on « mk 3 ii IWl&zlix a'ln Velvet, Corduroy and Brush Edges. W Ji^y^^^f REGISTERED TRADE MARK I V^ 8" A BINDINCq||^ LAID IN THE GRAVE Impressive Funeral Services Held for General Harrison. • DR. HAINES' TOUCHING ADDRESS Fully 10,000 People Stand Bowed at Uk« Grave of the Former President. Indianapolis, "March 18.—In the center of a hollow _ square composed of fully 15,000 people^ the remains' of Benjamin Harrison were interred yesterday after noon in the family lot in Crown Hill cemetery. Close by the grave were the members of his family. President Mc- Kinley and other visitors of distinction and the more intimate friends of General Harrison. Back a distance of fifty yards stood with uncovered heads, the great multitude. \...y At the Home. , At the Harrison home there w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

I THE JOURNAL i LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. ; THE JOURNAL la published - every evening, except Sunday, at ; 47-48 Fourth Street' South, Journal Building. Minneapolis, Minn. c. J. million, Manager Eastern Adver '. : tising. • -1 NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. : CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange . building. :■■',; ""■ SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. s Delivered by mail. On© copy, one m0nth......... $0.85 , One copy, three m0nth*....;....'. 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. ■ t . One copy, one week.......... 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents i< Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OP ADDRESS ... Subscribers ordering addresses of their . paper* 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 arre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

•JHUAIMI! JdVEHim' MSBCH 16. gUBT' DONALDSON'S GLASS BLOCK STORE. ?w ft ■ Ifir '" s~~\ From P«*e»«nt date this store will ■:"," .^^^fSfK^V^ . Clr«#Afnao A ( If # ffo?^ £V •. - — -.V * *_jG) open at Ba. m. and close at 6p. m. /® Wo?*^X wMICIieS^ 01 HHIS j^gj^^ SCTuC^ ■' POIlltS Of IlltereSt I /^l^ Grand Spring Opening of Millinery, s^v^S TUESDAY, March 19th, will be the occasion of our Annual Spring Millinery Opening, which will far surpass Vflk^ everything of the kind yet attempted west of New York. Our beautiful department, newly equipped and -•• fitted up in accordance with the highest type of modern art, will be entirely completed, and will form a -'»>^^^^^^V most exquisite setting for the many Beautiful Hats especially imported for this great occasion. /r Annual Very conspicuous among these is the Duchess of Manchester set, in the new gun metal effects, com- / WlllUdll \ prising a ■ lovely turban in the toreador effect, and an elegant shoulder cape, trimmed with a be- /a ■ g|...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

\if CITY NEWS Plllabnry Horn* Opening;— The open ing reception of Pillsbury home, Which *as to have taken place Wednesday afternoon and evening, March 20, has been postponed owing to the death of Mrs. George A. Pills bury. Lumber Shipment* Grow — For the week -ending March 12 the shipments by Min neapolis lumber manufacturers . were . larger ; than those, of the previous week by * 250,000 feet, an increase which r is taken to'lndicate that the total shipments for the month will break records. Detln'a Horrible Death— John Deltn was run over by a Milwaukee, train last night and literally cut into fragments. He was a lumberman and for some days had made his headquarters at a saloon on lower Washington avenue. The name is taken from papers round in the dead man's pockets. The body lies at the morgue awaiting further -A Bold, Bald Fake — The Tribune printed a bald fake about a "Big Ware bouse, Soo Railroad Will Probably Purchase Site of Discarded Lincoln School." This may be so, but not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

MOffPAY EVTSJNrNU; MARCH lg, 1901 YERXA We have just received a car load of ripe, sweet Cal ifornia Naval Oranges. Will be sold at $2.25 a box or from 15c doz. up. Extra sweet and delicious flavor. Coffee. It Is the wonder of all dealers how we can sell the high quality con tained in the Hoffman House coffee at ..' .30c But we do it just the same. Special blends for Clubs, Hotels and Restaurants. Hoffman House celebrated 30c Compare it against anybody's 45c. o*l**l Mocha and Java 90* nODal flavor IL% Compare it with any 35c Coffee in the city. Santos and Golden Rio ie r rlne; makes an excellent cup ...Iwk We carry a very complete line of Teas, selected by an expert for fine flavor and purity. Prices range from 35c lb. up. n«kitfkM<t. English Breakfast, Cey- fill* UOlOngi lon.JapanortheMluardaOUC Alloerine Kind 60s Antouini & Co. respectfully invite the attention of the American public to the superfine quality of the salad oil bearing their mark the reputation of which stands ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

8 N | WALLACE'S | j 1 New Millinery 11 Ass We have just placed on sale the very latest *;."/«v W styles in up-to-date TRIMMED HATS. Ele- -W {©) gant models in Dress Hats, beautiful tucked (@) Chiffon Hats, also Turbans and Round Hats vS2> for street wear at the LOWEST PRICES ever ygt (@) offered in this city. We are sole agents for the (jj|) ©. / . CONNELLY HAT © in Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth. )z£ *?£? See our Bargains In Flowers and Foliage* S^ : IM. E. WALLACE, I JjJ 515 and 517 Nioollot Ay. || Beautiful China | for Wedding Gifts 1 There is nothing so much H Appreciated as a dainty g piece of china for a gift. R We have an elegant and U exclusive line of china, art H pottery and gluss. Visit jl our store. || ANDERSON'S > M A v ™%! etM mMk *"^fa i^T^^J^^M J^ Burbank Potatoes St 43c Cabbage ?o oaLT dd^!:.. p"tc Turnips X* , 8c Beets & .1 8c Fresh Eggs ££en „ 12c Butter Sy ey. c:! eamery. 5: pound $1.(5 Print Butter 5u^d^........ 16c Lardpe readered v....................

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1901. HILL CONTROLS IT The r "Burlington" Seems to Have , Passed Under His Power. AND HE DOESN'T OWN A SHARE Bat the Great Northern and North ern Pacific Will Lease the Sy.tem. There seems to be little doubt that the I Burlington road has passed under the control; of James J. Hill. According to inside information of the Chicago Tribune, the: Burlington line will be leased to the Great Northern * and Northern Pacific \ roads, which will guarantee 7 per cent dividends to Burlington stockholders. Messrs. Morgan and Harriman obtained control of the road some weeks ago, I and while Mr. Hill's statement that he does not own a single share of Burling ton stock Is quite true, he will still have the line as fully under his management as if he owned all of the stock. The lease was negotiated a few days ago, but so quietly that no one was aware ofj It. Mr. Hill's positive announcement that he was not buying and did not want to buy any Burlington caused the news hunter...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 March 1901

3.0 WHEAT HAD A BREAK, MAY CLOSING AT 75c Some Unresponsive Liverpool Cables Started It, and Wiped Out Saturday's Gain. HEWS IN GENERAL WAS WEIGHTY Northwest Receipt* Heavier—Visible Decrease 7G»,OOO Bu.-.\etv» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 18—Wheat had a break this morning aud started the week with Saturday s advance wiped out. Disappointing cables gave the market a slight setback, May opening %c lower at 754 c. While Liverpool showed an opening %, to %d higher, it could hardly be taken as an advance proportionate to the sharp bull turn developed on this side, and oil this half-hearted response a good deal of wheat was offered. Paris was lower by 10 centimes on wheat and 10 to 40 centimes on flour. The market was stubborn at first, even working back to 75*sC, but conditions were against the bulls. The later Liverpool advices showed a close unchanged to Mtd low>ei-. Corn was easier, oats weaker, north western receipts comparatively heavier, and the, combined ...

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