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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 30. 1901. $1 Donaldson's Glass Block, lLjf\ MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. llffflrnA I SPECIAL OFFER TO ORDER CUSTOMERS. | J\ (l 1 /V\ Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Baok. | I Wjl 1 ? ome ß Black'ltalian Cloth Pattlcoat S'r^roU | *Hf / tfcTvJr llß^omicei" trimmed with, two smaU ruffles-made M i IV tv «r« cc adjustable yoke-the yoke gives smoooth and perfect M t h\\ ~- £wrtl ßld a£ d °!? r hl Ps-seam ß of skirt are strapped (sea out). 7/5 iM V ""ssKlrt s worth and seil3 regularly for $3.60. Extra special to our /i j . ■\\ Whits Petticoat i-'i.''" trv^m. ; ma>l order X 3 r ' \ •■liilw c tftllwdQXg frT*V—^Pk customers >1 /ft \ This petticoat Is made y^/»lli^^ S9 /I CI >Rf^s ,"t •-i j> y "with a deep umbrella X^o^MlikW l&lTrw "7C- H^^j I &JH Rfek. wUe torchon lace Insert- SSSSVUg* tt Dorset Shirt -& X Cover. Waist C 9' _J omen's Cor- Made of Chambray, In \* f* „ y\ ' Bet Cover front plaln, colors: made in ' PJ^T (OIC >»'- Wmmi^i ' -,!*!, sur...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

6 CITY NEWS Lochren Goes to Kergrus — Judge Loohren will go to Fergus Falls Monday, where the spring term of the United Statee court opens Tuesday morning. Verdict of $1— The Jury in the United States circuit court case of Francis Fuller against Carney Brothers' company brought in a verdict yesterday afternoon of $1 for the plaintiff. Death of Mrs. Marie Olson — Anna Marie, wife of O. A. Olson, died Wednesday. The funeral will bo held from the late resi dence, »;y Sixteenth avenue S, at 1:90 p. ru. Sunday. Friends are invited to attend. SprinUlingr Carts Out—The sprinkling carts were out on the business streets yes terday foi the nr»t time this year. A few of-McMullen's "white wings" were also no- Uce<l going through their familiar motions. Hennenln Block. Reverts—The Hen nepiu block, on Hennepin : avenue, below Fourth street, to-day reverted to its original owner, Albion Barnard, on the foreclosure of an $18,000 mortgage' agalust the Manchester Savings Bank. Defendant Wins—The c...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MAKCH 30, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST SQ. KLIIXEirOLIB. MiMar. Capital $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2% as;- Allowed OH | rwOm Deposits. &V° BSSL Legal Depository O' Ok °" MVtSTM£NTS— Excellent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS— All classes of Trust* care fully; administered. »AflTI I>MP«BIT TAVLTB. Wh»a in Miaa«*polis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Waabinfftom and Third Ayes. So. Especially desirable fur families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.50 per day; European plan, soe, 76c. $1 and $1.50. with chgico restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates by week and month. The Oldest Manufacturers of MOTOR VEHICLES In the Northwest. BO to $2500 SEND FOX CATALOGUE. Republic Motor Vehicle Co., .Nloollet Island Power Bid*., Minneapolis. flood Things to Eat. I^GRILL DINING AND LUNCH ROOMS. 308-310 Firat Avenue S. On every box. .4 Woman in Red. s*©S! A*^ %}Kp+* polis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

_B_ WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Solou H. Eveleth to Wm. F. Boser; s^ lot 2, block 32, Gale's second addi- tion $725 Luke Curry and wife to Thomas Curry; in section 30, township 120, rango 23 120 Frank C. Nickels and wife to Flora E. Brace; lot IS, block 25, First Di vision Remington Park 200 Joseph Blum and wife to Phillip G. Zimmerschied: part lots 7 and s, block 22, Bassett, Moore & Cases'* addition 1,050 lUllett W. Hill and wife to Josephine Palmer; lot 12. block 25, First Di vision Remington Park 960 Mary A. Allen to Wm. D. Allen; part lot 6, block 6, Gale's first addition.... 500 Mary A. Allen to Thomas Allen; part lot 6. block 6, Gale's first addition.. 500 Michael Curry and wife to Thomas Curry; in section 30, township IM, range 28 120 John Curry to Thomas Curry; in sec tion 30. township 120, range 23 120 Adele H. Goundie to Joseph Blum: part lots 7 and 8, block 22, Basßett, Moore & Case's addition 950 Susan Damon Gale and husband to Joseph L. Ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 30. 1901. NUMBER ax-Continued. WANTED—SCRUB GIRL AT THE NATION aI Hotel. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work; family of two; 1801 9th ay S, second floor,_flat 2. COMPETENT GIRL WANTED AT ONCE; good wages paid. Call at 3121 Lyndale ay S. WANTED^AT~ONCK, FIR9T-CLASS WOM aa cook. Address Frank S. Dcwe, Hotel Lyon, Lake City, _Minn. WANTEft-NURSE GIRL. CALL FOR IS nooug, 314 10th ay SE. Mrs. G. M. Gillette. ALL KINDS OF HELP WANTED AT THE new Eureka Restaurant, 35 Washington ay S. Call- Monday. WANTEI)—WOMAN AND GIRLS TO MAKE ■amples for us at home. Plain needlework. Good pay; steady work. Experience unneces sary. No canvassing. Address, with stamp. Ideal Home Work. Co., Chicago. GIRLS WANTED- AT HUNT HAT FACTO ry, 246 Hennepin ay. WANTED—A GOOD SHORT-ORDER COOK. _Saratogtt Jtpstaurant, 27 Nleoltet ar. WANTED—CHAMBER~GIRi7; ALSO GIRLS for cleaning. St. James Hotel. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN «rai housework; family of three adults. Call Sunday or Monday. 1017 Lo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

10 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10. NUMBER «B—Continued. COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA, MINING COMPANY. The Calumet and Arizona Company two years ago bought six mines in the "MULE EN.D" of th« famous "DRAGOONS," Co chlse county, Arizona, for $600,000, sunk a shaft to Immense ore. Capitalised for J2.500.000, 250,000 JlO shares. March 20, at Calumot, Michigan, sold for spot cash 100,000 flu shares for $1,000,000. THE COPPER CROWN OF ARIZONA Own 12 mines in the famous Dragoons, lying on same lode, between the Middlemarch and Black Diamond mines. Capital, $2,000,000, $1 shares. Now selling for 20 cents on in stallments. 18 CENTS SPOT CASH. $180 for 1,000 shares. We are crowding de velopment. Keep your best eye on. Copper Crown of Arizona. Send for "Prospectus," map and last re- P°rt" CHAS. F. POTTER & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 436 First ay N. • COPPER. OIL., ZINC. GOLD, • • FREE. vT • • NEW ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET ON • • MINING INVESTMENTS. • • FREE. • • Before making mining investment} • : in any ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

3?A&T ft AMO JO URKAL JUNIOR THE ROMANCE OF SILVER ISLET ■ A "«£ Up jSHSfjj.WK after wave, madly chasing I WWI each other, their huge crests ■'< ?■ white in wrath, are pounding 111 up against a liny reef, not l^jmi larger in area than a modern drawing-room. Each succeeding wave seems to come with increasing force. A light yawl which has been tied to a bush at the fringe of the reef snaps its hawser and is blown like an egg shell out on the sullen waves. Two men are on the reef in mortal peril. They have been at work with a diamond drill and the yawl was their only means of escape to the mainland, a mile away over the mad waves. Hour by hour the storm increases in volence, until, at last, as the waveß now come rushing over the crest of the reef, there remains but one thing to do, a queer act but it is the only way by "which the life of the weaker of the two may be saved. The larger of the two, a Cornish miner with a heart of steel, puts the slenderer man beneath him, close dow...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew WAS IN THE SIEGE ' i Rev. Charles £. Ewing Tells of • China's Troubles. MISSIONARIES FOR NATIVE RULE Tiie Preaent Ib a Period of MtMlon. --:;. .O ar>- Activity In Con«reg»- I' tlonal Churohei. 3fc r^p^gregationalists of Minneapolis are entertaining two interesting men this week, Edward B. Haskell of Salonica, European Turkey, and Rev. Charles E. Ewing of Peking, China. - Mr. Ewing is a native of Massachusetts, r.:d a. graduate of Amherst college. He joined the North China mission iv 1894 and • was located at Peking in charge of the North China Press. The Boxers destroyed the church which he was erecting. . He .is personally acquainted with Min ister Conger, Sir Robert Hart, Dr. Martin, president of the Imperial University, and ■with Dr. Morrison of the London Times: foreign staff. During the memorable eiege of Peking, Mr. Ewing was a member j of the fortification Btiaff and gives a graphic account of his experiences during those - eventful days. He also knows Sec...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATUKDAY EVEOTNG, MAKCH 30, 1901. Books and Authors O ••••• »«»» C THE UTERARY OUTLOOK NEW AND NOTABLE BOOKS—A BIOGRAPHY REPUBLISHED—"LIKE ANOTHER HELEN," A NEW NOVEL MISNAMED—NELL GWYN ON THE STAGE AND IN A BOOK—MARIE CORELLI AND THE PRIEST. Correspondence of The Journal. ====jEW YORK, March 28.—The past week has witnessed the publication of sev ■ k^|lJ eral notable books and during the coming week many other valuable books l^llj are promised. Among the best are Booker AVashington's "Up From Slavery," and Miss Ida M. Tarbell's "Life of Napoleon. The latter is not ™^^W exactly a new book,,a former edition having sold nearly 100,000 copies, but the present edition is so thoroughly revised and there is so much new matter in cluded within its covers that it might well be called a new book. Miss Tarbell has. it would seem, continued her study of Napoleon and has now felt that the Empress Josephine should have more recognition. A sketch of Josephine is one of the im portant additions to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE] JOURNAL is publl»Ue<l every- evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Mlnaeapulli, Minn. c. J. miinon, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—SO 7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TE&US Payable to The Journal Printing- Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month .. |0.35 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. ; ,-.■"■ ;A' J One copy, one week.............. 8 cents One copy, one m0nth............ 35 cents Single copy .2 cents CHASGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always , give their former as well as present address. c- — CONTINUED All papers are continued,<intil an ex plicit order la received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Sub...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1901. TT*^'.. " -I™ J ■ •«iyij.-c^— " <r^r^"-«awT--™"" ' | r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"'' ""^^^^^^*^***** WIBIhiJHBMMIIBIIMBMBBMttBWa[BMMMBBHBBBB»'"'^BB|Hag^^ f T*IIH IH^^ffTiiiT""* 1" mnuumif—^iiili iiiii i|i|hiiihiiiiiiim A FENCING MISTRESS Miss Schrader's Athletic Interest Is Chiefly in Fencing, MRS. LOUISD K. SCHRADER. Miss Louisa K. Schrader is a physical culture teacher whose work-differs some what from that usually done by young ■women. Many of her pupils are boys, and fencing Is the specialty of which she is fondest. Her work was begun with boys' classes at the missions and churches. She now has the boys' club of St. Mark ps on Wednesday evening and the choir boys of the church on Saturdays. These classes do general work, but the All Saints' choir boys fence every Friday night under Miss Schrader's direction. Miss Schrader works with her own sex also, having a class of women Monday evenings at Unity House, a class of girls and a class of women a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

c MY LADY OF ORANGE By H. 0. BAILEY. [Copyright, 1900, by H. 0. Bailey.] CHAPTER V. THE LION'S DEN. "Little man, little man, halt!" It was a stalwart, swarthy Walloon sentry stepped suddenly forward, shouting. I judged he meant me by his words, and I paused. "I bring an offer to the Duke of Alva," 1 cried. "What, from the- rermia eaters in Breutha? Nay, then, come on. We have wasted long enough over this mouse hole. So you have •aten the last worm, eh, little man?" "Ye», we cooked it by the flre in your camp," amid I. "Kay, if you com* to Alva, speak not of firing the camp, or you are like to try a fire's heat yourself." "You liked It not, then?" I asked. "By Beeltebub! you had best bridle your tongue in time, little man, else— But here is the guard. Lieutenant, the little man has an offer for the duke from Breuthe." The lieutenant, a fox-faced Italian, looked at m* sharply. "Why do you not come with a flag of truce, taare?" "Because I -was not anxious to tell of my coming to the so...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. MARCH 30, 1901. THEATERS V ' .BILLS OP THE WEEK '"The Dairy Farm"—at the Metro politan. - "Nell Gtvynne"—at the Bijou. "Gay >lasqnera.der«" — at the Dewej-. The Metropolitan announces for the ■week commencing to-morrow evening, ■with Wednesday and Saturday matinees, '-^' & return engagement THE DAIRY of "The Dairy Farm," ' which received such FARM. favorable indorse ment at this house last September. Ever since the advent of "Shore Acres," and "The Old Home stead," the,success of bucolic dram'c has been very marked. Plays with a rustic I setting and with the good old fashioned j country folks for the leading characters, ! fcav* xmught oa" until their same U i NELLY RUSSELL. In "The Dairy Farm" at the Metropolitan next week. legion. One of the most successful of these Is "The Dairy Farm." "The Dairy Farm" is by Eleanor Mer ron. The atmosphere of the piece is per haps its greatest charm. It is rather a play of types than a play of action. To be sure the story ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

8 WHEAT PRICES UNCHANGED FROM YESTERDAY Corn Led Again in Speculative In-1 terest, Minneapolis May Selling UptO4ii-4C. LIVERPOOL WHEAT MARKET QUIET Increase in "Wheat and Flour Ex : iiorts for the Week—General". .\ena of the Market. ' Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 30.—Wheat was very quiet to-day, '- and May showed only %c fluctuation, while July scarcely moved at all. The close was at prices unchanged from yes . terday all around. Corn was again the leader of speculative interest and- was very strong. May opened a shade over yesterday and spurted to a new high point, selling at 4Uic. It is still a wait ing market in wheat. .Foreign reports showed evidence of a little more activity but the general tone was quiet. Liverpool closed %d to Hd higher. Berlin was up Vie , and Buda Pesth %c higher, Antwerp %c higher, and Paris unchanged. Broomhall •cabled that the weather in Germany had . been severe and crop reports are not sat isfactory. He estimates Monday's figures - for world'...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

SATUKDAY KVJjINIiSG, MAKCH 30, 1901. TIS A COUNCIL EXTRAORDINARY Einncapolis Aldermen Do Not Drink-Seven Never Smoke-Go Home After Council Meetings. Judged from conservative business aiandanis, a« well as from the standpoint of the man who lays stress on the pos session of bigh moral qualities on the part of the city's legislators, the Minneapolis ouncil of lyOo-lytn is unquestionably the best council that Minneapolis has had since the halcyon days of the early fathers of the municipality. Whatever this re sult in due to, whether to the opportunity i afforded by the primary election law for * good man to get to the front, or whether It may be ascribed to a general civic awakening, the fact is coming to be broad ly reoogntzej that last fall's results in the *ldertuanic Meld were a distinct triumph tfes Colonel Sam Adams of the Fourth—l am so proud of my nice, clean, young fellow mem berg. for the cause of honest rule at the city hall and conscientious devotion to public duty by the m...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

10 SOME NOTABLE CANVASES AX THE ART EXHIBITION PHOTOS BY A. S. WILLIAMS. :' 8 ISbM BilfriffiSlSSiniß^fiß^^ ssssssssa^j, • BtßSg Btr [IB J| . -—■■-" ~ '" ' iniim him ma in i—ainimijuih I IflPrSl nOvD 1 il ■ '3^y '^•^ MSB 9b7 59b " ■"'■* ' vi^bk^' 4' ■ 4S Ssfißb- -'' JM| i Sjßß] Bwr*Lrf^Bl ■V^Sl^fflj flP^^^Hf^l f^yj^| I -w s^sbbb — - w-i^m^mmßtmmimsicjmimMmmmmmm •*BVENIN(V^BY HHRBJORN ST. OAUSTA OP MINNEAPOLIS. "THE ADORATION! OP THE SHEPHERDS," BY E.I. COUSE. BHE number of meritorious re ligious pictures painted in the present day is small, but "The Adoration of the Shepherds," at the annual exhibition of the Minneapolis Society of Pine Arts, belongs to this class, being reverent in feeling and solidly and carefully painted. The subject is treated in an unhackneyed way, and represents the Holy Family and the shepherds as oriental types in surround ings according with the biblical story in a suggestive way rather than with bald realism. The stone manger is in a lit tle shed on a lonel...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

The Jo\irr\Qcl Junior Favorite Season Minneapolis Juniors Appreciate the Values of Each, but Still Are Loyal to some One of the Four. VP >J* .>? sssnzsßST H E Juniors showed a pleasing impartiality in their j ~~«-^ I selections. Aside from the natural beauties of SHE Juniors showed a and amusements carried great selections. Aside from the natural beauties of —on, sports and amusements carried great JL I weight! Many of the papers v.ere excellent, but kjj-.y.j^f too much space was devcted to the good and bad I points of the rejected seasons, without giving a eilfip^fi proportionate amount to the favorite. Quite often *S§jg|l|ri*r three-fourths or more of the 300 words would be \3§p£4f ij devoted to the less popular divisions. "Neither too &|sg E hot nor too cold" was a favorite expression in ex j jg|(sf I telling the merits of spring and autumn, but one J Junior, evidently a newcomer to this city, made | *^f**__| t^e same statement about summer. House clean *a^"™l*' ing is ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

2 fashioned orchard filled with various fruit trees and berry bushes, where I feast and frolic at will. A portion of this orchard is fenced for my birds and animals that I like very dearly. The last corner is a wild, uncultivated patch of ground tended only by Mother Nature herself. Trees, vines, bushes, shrubs, all grow in one tangled mass. Yet, how beautiful and free every thing is. Wild flowers abound in spring and early summer. Nuts ripen and fall on brown earth in the fall. Nowhere in all my ideal yard is there a spot more loved and sought for than this one. The paths of the garden are not lined with fastidious little bods of flowers, but are hedged with great masses of them, lux uriant and fragrant. The rose bushes are laden with great heavy masses of the perfumed flowers. All Is a garden free to the teachings of nature and it is here that I would spend my idle hours in pleasure and enjoyment. —Emma F. Kuhfeld, Ninth Grade. Moorhead, Minn. A Corny and. Rosy Corner. (High Schoo...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

prove our yard at home so that It would be almost a second gar den of Eden. The rows of cottonwood, that now stand on both sides of the road leading to the yard, ought to be poplars, for they look very much more like sentinels. As one enters my yard the most conspicuous object would be a fountain, with its water sparkling in the sunshine. Here and there would be grand old elms and oak trees, under which chairs and cushions would be placed for the convenience of weary travelers who came long dis tances to view my ideal yard. Plants of all kinds, especially flowering plants, would be found in almost every nook. I should have twelve of these plants arranged in a circle to represent the face of a clock. Each figure of nature's clock -would be formed of flowers that opened at that hour. —Estella M. Swanson, Ninth Grade. — New Ulm, Minn. ft Croquet Ground and Tennis Court. If I could fix our yard just as I wanted it I should like stone walks with nicotine growing on both sides. The house ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

4 fshe JOURNAL JUNIOR.. Mac Harris Anson .... Editor. The .Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public school children of the northwest, in and above the ftfthgra.de, and is de- Voted principally to their own writings. There is no expense attached, . end all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should Jje addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. Ag'uinaldo's New Classes. 1^ O\V perhaps Aguinaldo, arch leader of the Philippine insur rection, will be able to see things more as they axe, not as lie wishes to make them seem, or at best as he thinks he has seen them. The capture of Aguinaldo by General Funston is like a istory, so daring in plot, so simple in execution, the end so far teaching in its promised good. Perhaps Aguinaldo has been a single hearted patriot in his actions toward the Americans. Per- Jiaps he believed his country oppressed by an unnecessary con jqueror. Perhap...

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