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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

SATUKDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 1901. NUMBER 31—Continued. TEACHER FOR GRADED SCHOOL; MUST be normal or college graduate; experienced and have good letters of recommendation; send diploma and recommendations to V 920, Journal. WANTED—GOOD CARPENTER TO FIGURE on small nouse. Call or address J. C. Proctor 2003 *th ay S, room_l3. WANTED—GOO D TAILORS FOR THE country; steady work; fare advanced. Frank AY. Greaves & Co. YOUNG MAN—IF YOU ARE CONTEMPLAT ing the study of shorthand and typewriting, it is to your interest to attend the school where you will be certain of securing a posi tion wheu your course is finished. The school possessing the best facilities along this line is located on the top floor cf the Guaranty Loanbuildiug. MECHANICS, ENGINEERS, ELECTRIC ians, nremen, etc., new 40-page pamphlet containing questions asked by examining board of engineers; s*nt free. George A Zel ler, publisher, St. Louis. Mo. WANTED-MEN TO ADVERTISE AND IN troduce our soaps and specialties, tack sign...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

r* 10 > ' WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9. 10. NUMBER 4ft— Continued. MAPLE PLAIN—BO-ACRE FARM, 40 ACRES cultivated, 16 acre* meadow, 25 acres hard wood timber and pasture; eight-room house, barn, granary, poultry-house, hoghouse, ma chine shed, windmill and tank, etc.; price $3,300. George H. Miller, 330 Lumber Ex- A SNAP— ACRES. CHOICE FARM LAND, for sale at $15 per acre; worth $25; on easy payments. Must be sold to settle un estate. Situated 28 miles from Minneapolis, in Anoka county. Call McKenzie farm, Grow town ship, or •write R. M. McKenzie, 509 14th st XW. Washington. D. C. ; FOR HAVING RECENTLY PUR chased all the Northern Pacific Railway com pany's land east of the Missouri river, com prising 1,000,000 acres in central North * Da kota, we are able to fill all orders for farms, any dimensions, or large tracts for specu lators. You can double your money at pres ent prices. Write for prices and terms. Agents wanted. Hackney-Boynton Land Co., CSi Germanla Life building, St. Paul, Min...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

PART II JO C7RN AL JUNIOR THE TRAINING OF MOTORMEN Candidates Must Supply Good Raw Material for a Very Thorough Course of Instruction. PHOTOS BY A. S. WILLIAMS. There are two indispensable Qualifica tions which the applicant for a position as motorman on a street car must possess. He must be strong and of reasonably heavy weight and his eyesight must be good. A man may be more than profi cient in other essentials tor such a posi tion, but failing in either of these he will not be hired by the Twin City Rapid Transit company. The training of motormen is an inter esting business. Many people suppose that the applicant must possess a vast fund of technical information, and that before he is permitted to take a car out, he must show that he is proficient in a knowledge of electricity and of electrical »j3fißß V h v "-^JiB k ■ ***j 3B i; J r- Hl *BS HP 9fl 'fil Jh IB I ' SBH^H io .j. A 1 fs tj^Uk Mk^**ipK^^l^l K^l' . fill B»\^wl -ir-iA.-- ■ yi ' MX y ■" Br ifl - '^Pr ■■EBP'* ■*' « jjj^^f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew A JUBILEE MEETING Y. M. C. A. to Hold One in Boston in June. ASSOCIATION 50 YEARS OLD louvrntiun Will Be a LegtiilHtlve Hotly ami Will Be Attended by 2.000 Delcsates. The jubilee convention (1851-1901 of the Young Men's Christian Association of North America will be held in Boston, June 11-16. The first Young Men's Christian Asso ciation was organized in London, 1844; the first in North America, in Montreal, November, 1851; the first in the United States, in Boston, December, 1851. The convention will be a legislative body, and about 2,000 delegates are ex pected. The convention will be held in the largest auditorium in Boston, Me chanics' building, which has a seating ca pacity of 7,000. There will be three fea tures under one roof —the convention, the social exchange, and a comprehensive ex hibit of the growth of the American asso ciation during the entire half century. The evening session of Tuesday will be set apart for the reception of the t>—-<_ dent of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MAKCH 23. 190 L Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK OVER 900 NEW BOOKS. THE SPRING SEASON—A NEW ERA IN BOOK MAKING AND BOOK SELLING. SOME VALUABLE BIOGRAPHIES—JEFFERSON, PENN, COOPER. BOOKS OX SEA LIFE BY CAPTAIN EVANS, U. S. N., AND FRANK BULLEN. F. R. G. S. READING THE BIBLE AS LITERARY TRAIN ING. Correspondence of The Journal. fiPfiSI 1^ YORK. March 21.—The past few days have witnessed more activity in 'l^^l ia« Publishing field than at any time since the first of the year. It would II scarcely be correct to say that the publishers have been at all quiet at any |U^J| time since the opening of the fail season last year, because during January and February & number of books were published and all the time the spring books were in course of preparation. The gap between the book seasons is getting smaller •very year. Before very long there will probably be but one season and that will •xtend from September to July. That there is more activity just at present ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL I LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN. | MANAGER. ;" EDITOR. THE JOURNAL. *■ publUhed , every evening-, except Sunday,/ at . 47-4 l» Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. ■ \ . ' C. J. miiioH, Manager Foreign Adver : tising Department. . ; NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— 208 Stock Ex change building." SUBSCRIPTION TERMS,. < Payable to The Journal Printing; Co. '-^,0;% Delivered by Mail. .:' One copy, one month .................. $0.35 One copy, three m0nth5............... 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5..............;. 2.00 One copy, one year ....V.......'..... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages... 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. :; One copy, one week ..V...'..'.'.. 8 cents One copy,': one m0nth....'........35 cents Single copy ........•............;. 2 cents The Course of Business Bank clearings rolled up an increase of Ll per cent this week. That tells some thing of the story of business strength throughout the country. The re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

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

B MY LADY OF ORANGE By H. C. BAILED. [Copyright, 1900, by H. C. Bailey.] CHAPTER I. AN AUDIENCE OF ORANGE. No saint am I; nay, that is true enough, else had 1 scarce done my work in the world and lived to sit hers at 60 by my own fireside with the , children chattering round me and Gabrielle's eyes still looking into mine. ; 'Tis thirty years ago now, and the joy of my old battles is but a dull memory,' and the smoke has rolled away, and the shouts . and screams have died Into silence;,but not yet do we for get her* la Holland . the days ' when Aira coiled himself like an iron serpent round the land, an castles and towns sank down to gether amid blood and fir*. lam English born and bred, ■ and quarrels of Dutchman and Spaniard /were' no work of mine, yet some thing a man must do in the j world, and this was the work that cam* to my hands: to fight Aiva with his own two weapons, the sword and the 11«, and with both I beat him. cor di»u! with both. . • At the flLrst I said I was no sa...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 23, 1001. NorthwesiernMines IDAHO GOLD BELT Placer Mining in the Coeur d' Alenes Starts Up. GOOD FINDS ON THE OLD MYRTLE Gold Discovery of Importance Ptween Wallace and Wardner JLa.le Mining; Notes.' Special to The Journal. Wallace, Idaho. March 23.—The recent soft weather has started the placer miners in the Coeur d'Alene gold belt to work again and some good money is being taken out. The best pay reported is on the old Myrtle claim on Trail gulch. This is the claim which paid so well back in the titjutles, but on which the pay streak was afterwards lost and not found again until this winter. No clean-up has been made, liut several nuggets have been picked up, the largest one weighing a little over $100. Vhe hydraulic elevator people have been repairing and lining up their seven miles of pipe line, and it is all ready for the tt^asou's run. A gold discovery was made last week on Big Creek, between nere and Wardner, «. 20-foot vein beiug uncovered, three inch...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

s DAY OF SLIGHT CHANGES IN WHEAT PRICES Session Was Quiet and Without Special Feature, May Closing at 74 3-4 C LIVERPOOL CABLES UNCHANGED Wore Interest Shorn* in the Outlook -Contract Supplies—Gen eral \e*v» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 13.—The end of the week brought a wheat market quiet and without feature.' The range on both the May and July options was within Xc, and the session was free from any pressure in •' either direction. Minneapolis opened at «%@74%0 for May. sold to 74% c. reacted to 74% c and on the close firmed up again to 74% c July opened at 75% c and closed quiet and unchanged from, yesterday at 76c. Broomhall cabled an 'estimate: of wheat shipments and said the world's figures on Monday will show 9,000,000 bushels, and that there will bo no change In wheat on pas sage. Weather conditions were reported fa vorable In general. Local stocks, stood; al most stationary for a week, making a nom inal cfeorease. More interest is being shown In the out...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 23, 1901. REDUCE THE ARMY War Department May Retain Only 70,000 Men. DROP OUT THE VOLUNTEERS Condition in the Philippine* Is So Furorable That Smaller Force Will Do. New York, March 23.—A special to the Press from Washington says that advices from ihe Philippines are so encouraging for peare that the war department is con sidering the advisability of reducing the garrisons in the archipelago. The re organized army will be recruited to the full strength of 100,000 men but about 30, --000 regulars will be discharged this year and it is proposed not to fill their places. Thus the army can be reduced without in terfering with its discipline or effective ness. The plan is to provide 40,000 men lor the Philippines and 30,000 in the I'nit ed States, Cuba and Porto Rico. ISELUSS FORKSTS President May Grant Foreit C onces ■ iuna In the Philippine*. New York, March 23.—A special to the Herald from Washington says that the development of the Philippines has been retarde...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

10 "PUBLIC WORK" FOR MINNEAPOLIS What It Is and How It Is Best Done—Suggestions for Individual and Organized Effort—What Some Other Cities Have Accomplished. nHE articles of incorporation of the Commercial Club of Minne apolis state as one of Its ob jects, "The promotion of the welfare of the city of Minne apolis." The welfare of a city is not unlike the welfare of an individual. It includes the enjoyment of the common blessings of life, prosperity, health, happiness, physi cal and mental progress. For a city Is not merely a collection of houses. The people who live in the houses and who ■walk the streets are the soul of the city— the part of the city which gives it life and character. In the prosperous city business undertakings must be thriving; wage earners must be employed and at fair remuneration; the city must be add ing people and developing new lines of industry; it must be extending its trade into new regions; it must be widening its influence as a market. The public purse ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

The Journal Junior Tales of Woe Minneapolis Juniors ThinK a Scholar's Life Has More than Its Share of Trials and Troubles. "*(* V * * * * E2E32TSS& OMB of the Juniors had long tales of woe to recite, _^ while others had to rake and scrape in order to S while a presentable rake and scrape order to make a presentable showing ot their trials. Dish- V-^ washing, sweeping, attending dancing school and __^^_ raking medicine may not be pleasant, yet they can hardly be called trails of a scholar. Dislike fi'-.^ligfl for a certain study was the chief drawback to *<rymift*a. school life for quite a number. Several excellent ?\■.'■■ -i^/ high school papers came in but they could not be "&sfej£?jp-. used as they dealt with the subject in a general W jll-iifi way, not from the personal experiences of the T^l''Sr writers. One Junior said he Inherited his poor H^^*^il spelling from his mother. The editor wonders if —^C*#aa9 s | ie wou have received any credit if her son had excelled in ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

« pass, even In a dust blizzard, and 11 o'clock came with its in evitable preparations for dinner. Meantime our hard wind had increased to almost a gale. My older sister took a pail and started for water, absent mindedly staring straight ahead of her when a sudden turn brought her facing an open space where the ■windmill had reared its white head. The stout anchor posts had given way. Talk of the wreck of the Royal George! It was nothing compared to this; there was nothing left of our handy friend but a huge pile of kindling wood. Oh, the thirst we en dured the remainder of the day, or quenched with warm, dusty water from the well of the nearest neighbor. —Georgia Ripley, Ninth Grade. Winnebago, Minn, rrairie Fires on All Sides. r (Honorable Mention.)* Mcst people dread a windy day, ana some have good reason, especially those who have had their farms burned by prairie fires. One day about three years ago I went to a small creek, six miles from town, to fish. It was a fine day in ear...

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

outdoors. We dreaded our Journey borne that night, but the wind was at our back, so we did not mind it as much as we did Id the morning. —Laura Patterson, A Sixth Grade, Central School. Red Wing, Minn. It The Load Became Lighter. Last Saturday my father told me to get a load of straw to bed the cows with, so I started before daylight in order to get back early. When I left it was quite pleasant and I thought I had struck a fine day to get straw, but after I reached the road the wind came up, though it did not blow very hard. I piled on a big load and started for home. It was very different going back than ft was coming, for the wind was blowing sixty miles ah hour. The straw blew all over the prairie and it made me feel badly to see all my hard work flying away. There was enough straw left to bed the cows just once. —Dwight Miller, Fifth Grade. , Perham, Minn. *S Too Close to Be Comfortable. - One day a couple of years ago a dreadful wind was blowing from the south. .At that time we...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

4 T5/>e JOURNAL JUNIOR.. Mac Harris Anson - Editor. The Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public schoolchildren of the northwest, in and above the fifth grade, and Is de voted principally to their own writings. There is no expense attached, and all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. A Brilliant Losing Game. THE burghers are making a most plucky fight and one which must command the admiration of the world, no matter what the opinion may be as to the government that is best for the future development of the African continent. The English want peace. They want it badly. But they also want everything in sight in South Africa as well. Botha played with them awhile ' with talk of surrender, gave the burghers an opportunity to catch their breath, and then let the British down hard with a refusal to accept the terms proposed. Th...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

•IT H E^fSV O RLD^ teSSL &Jk 1 THE orient again furnished the sensation for the week, Tientsin being the scene and Russia and England the forces in battle array. The trouble is based upon the pos session of the railways there. England was the first to enter Tientsin last summer, but the Russian troops were better equipped to build railroads, so the English turned the road over to them to repair. This was done in very short order, and as the Boxers had strongly fortified it the Russians were compelled to contest every foot of the way. Russia has retained possession of the road ever since and her troops have forcibly repulsed any attempts on the part of the English to even share in the privi leges enjoyed by them as possessors of the road. French troops are also stirring up the English by petty ac tions, so that altogether matters are at a boiling point and like ly to break out disastrously at any moment. The situation is so critical that China is likened to a'tinder box. which ju...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

6 Tales of Woe Continued from the First Page. the time looking ahead to the time of reckoning with my teacher for the things I did do and should not have done and the things thafc I should have done and did not do. Do not tell me I shall ever forget my school trials, and if I ever get through I never shall wish to go back. —James Irving Jargo, B Fifth Grade, 223 Eighth Avenue SE. Holmes School. Being Called "Mr." That a scholar has trials is, it seems to me, very evident. Probably those grownups who have forgotten their school day trials and boldy assert that they never had any, were never unceremoniously called away to get their lessons just when they were deeply interested in a game of ball. Well, if those condi tions did not exist during their school life they do now and are always much in evidence. Then, too, the giving up of the ball game is not the only trial, for when the would-be student gets seated at his table and starts to study, if he happens to glance up, his eye is sur...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

mama always says to me, "Don't forget the old saying, 'Early to bed and early to rise makes you healthy, wealthy and wise.' " A Eighth Grade, —Eva Boyson, East Side High School. 30 University Avenue SE. * A Fondness for Fraction*. The three trials which I dread the most are arithmetic, 9rawing and writing. Arithmetic is not so bad now, for I really like fractions. I can remember when I sat in my seat dreading my arithmetic lesson. I cannot draw very well and I have always disliked it, but I do not think it is so bad as arithmetic- I am, at least, next to the worst writer in this room. After I have been sick I cannot write as well for I write too heavy. It is just about the worst trial I have to try to write well every day. A Fifth Grade, —Willard Morse, Sidney Pratt School. 119 Bedford Avenue SE. Rohcr and Thorns. It is the general opinion of the grownups that a scholar's life is a path of roses, but really we scholars find a few thorns in this flowery path of knowledge. We have our...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 March 1901

• 8 A PLANT THAT COUGHS When the Breathing Pores Are Choked With Dust. It is now^ well known that the sharp and broad distinction formerly made be tween animals and plants does not con form to the facts. The cells of plants, like those of animals are differentiate* in function and are grouped to form spe cial organs of nutrition, respiration, ex- cretion—even for the perception of light. The sensitive plant (Mimosa) has a weil devrloped sense of touch. A certain tissue in the leaves of plants performs the functions of a liver. The respiration of plants is especially interesting. On the under side of leaves and on green stems are millions of mi croscopic mouths, each of which is opened and closed by two movable lips. These openings are the termination of passages which are filled with water, vapor, air and other gases, produced by the chem ical changes which accompany growth. The viae call-ed the coughing bean is a native of moist tropical regions. By ac cidental transportation of it...

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