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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

■mnmn^^Bra—^Tmnimnniriiiiiiiiiiii ■■MiiMiiHiiiiiiiii ■!■■ mmm minium n n ■■■■!■!■!■■■■■■■ ~ ,■■■■■,■■ .■.-.,■- ..,.. -*—* Am. Jfr GENERAL FUNSTON has just added a second brilliant and successful exploit to his record in the Philippines. He has captured Aguinaldo by a very clever ruse. In Jan uary Aguinaldo was located in Isabella province and through the treachery of one of his lieutenants it became known to Gen eral Funston that there was to be a meeting of the insurgent forces at a certain time and place in Isabela province. General Funston, with ten picked white men and a company of native scouts, went to the appointed place, General Funston and his 'American soldiers being ostensibly prisoners of the native scouts. The plan was that at a favorable moment Funston was to give the pre-arranged signal, the men were to close in on Aguinaldo and kidnap him. This plan is supposed to have been followed. The gunboat Vicksburg was near at hand and the party em barked, arriving at Manila o...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

6 Favorite Season Continued from the First Page. brownish yellow; the sumach, in its dress of striped green and yellowish red —and our most cherished brother, the box elder, in yellow, while the apple and plum trees are waiting to be relieved of their burdens; the grapes hang in large purple clusters and vineyard, orchard and forest alike are indeed a most magnificent sight. At this time of the year I love to roam about, picking leaves as mementos and gathering nuts and seeds for the winter. But one cannot always expect to live in,this enchanting season, •when everything is so delightful, and almost before we realize it, the winds sigh ever louder and bring us the tidings of winter"s approach, and we walk for a last time before winter has an opportunity to spread its blanket of white over the heaps of dead leaves that not long ago adorned the bare and homely trees which now meet our sigat. —Helen Petersen, B Seventh Grade, 902 Twenty-seventh Avenue S. Monroe School. n AVitli tbe Ant...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

there; the warmest part of the summer Is In July and in Au gust. . Isidore German, A Eighth Grade, 2012 Fifth Avenue S. Carficld School. * Even Autnmn Has Its laulls. When the cool winds are blowing, when it is neither too hot nor too cold, when there is boating, nutting and hunting, and best of all, when there is football playing, my favorite sport, I am happiest. These reasons explain why I like autumn better than any of the other three seasons. In spring we find also that it is neither too hot nor too cold and there are many sports to enjoy, but its many wet and muddy days is reason enough to keep it from being my favorite season, for if there is anything I dislike it is muddy weather. "Winter with its skating, sleighing and snowballing is a hard season to compete with, but its many cold days, when it is 15 below zero, keeps it also from being my favorite 'season.". Although there is baseball playing in sum mer, which I like very much, there is too much against it, in cluding mos...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 March 1901

8 ELABORATE DOLL HOUSES The Reproductions of Celebrated Homes by a Chicago Girl. Chicago News. A. clever young Chicago woman has conceived the idea of reproducing histori cal houses for dolls. Mt. Vernon, the Cragie house, where Longfellow lived, and Whittier'a home in Danvers, are copied in miniature with great fidelity, and are artistically equipped in every detail. The color schemes are harmonious, and -the •walls are covered with patterned chintz of colonial designs, in stripes of Dolly Varden pattern. The four-post bedsteads and chintz chairs with wings remind us of our grandmothers' days; tiny mahog any work tables stand ready for the house mother, with little drawers that pull out filled with wee spools. To be sure., some modern conveniences have crept into these historical houses, for one finds now and then a sewing ma chine, a porcelain tub. or a refrigerator, for the convenience of the housewife; and then, too, there are kitchen ranges in the more modern houses. Ml. Vernon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOITRNAS PRICE TWO CENTS. SHOOTS AT - THE CZAR i - ' . "'. ! Attempt by an Officer of the Household. BUT HIS • SHOT MISSES Report Is That Thereupon He Shot Himself Dead. KAISER, TOO, FEARS ASSASSINS Russian Officer Is Arrested for Writing a Letter of Condolence. • London, April I.— A "dispatch to the "Morning Leader from Kieff says it is re ported that an officer of the household at tempted to assassinate the czar. He fired at his majesty but missed. He then shot and killed himself. SYMPATHY HIS CRIME Russian Officer Arrested for a Letter of Condolence. St. Petersburg, March SO.— chief of j the statistical bureau of the province and government of St. * Petersburg, W. T. Takonowe, was arrested because of a let ter, of condolence which he wrote to the author, N. F. Anskeny, who was injured in the recent rioting. Attorney W. O. Lustig, president of the association of St. Petersburg lawyers, has written to the minister of the interior, M. j Sipiguine, protesting against ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE ONLY 15 NEW ONES Low Record for the Last Day for In troducing Bills. JOKE ON CHIEF CLERK SCHMAHL It Doesn't Subcommittee on Appropriations at Work on Omnibus Bill. •This was the last day for the introduc tion of bills in the house. Yet there was a comparatively small number of new measures brought to the front. The most important was the maximum rate bill, without* which the session would not have been complete. This bill has not missed a legislative assembly for some years. Only fifteen bills were introduced this morning, against seventy-five two years ago. The representatives undertook to play a very practical joke upon Chief Clerk Schmahl this morning, but that young man's quick wit enabled him to turn the tables very neatly. It is the practice for some member to move that further read ing of the journal be dispensed with as soon as that portion of the morning's program Is taken up. To-day being the day for foolish pranks, a little plot was entered Into to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

12 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE ONLY 15 NEW ONES Low Record for the Last Day for In troducing Bills. JOKE ON CHIEF CLERK SCHMAHL It Doesn't Work—Subcommittee on Appropriation* at Work •on Omnibus Bill. This was the last day for the introduc tion of bills in the house. Yet there was a comparatively small number of new measures brought to the front. The most important was the maximum rate bill, without'which the session would not have been complete. This bill has not missed a legislative assembly for some years. Only fifteen bills were introduced this morning, against seventy-five two years ago. The representatives undertook to play a very practical joke upon Chief Clerk Schmahl this morning, but that young man's quick wit enabled him to turn the tables very neatly, It is the practice for some member to move that further read ing of the journal be dispensed with as soon as that portion of the morning's program is taken up. To-day being the day for foolish pranks, a little plot was entered In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

jaOJNDAV E\EJSIN(i. APKIL 1. 1901. (J * Greatest -Sale-of-7^^ ; :^' : Easter '^^^ Easter HatS Offering of Women's : EVER heralded. _* " Fine Garments i Greater in the wonder of its Variety; Greater in the Perfection of its Vv\ >^_A;yl^ //1 V/i^ __. +_- Cr* '"-"ii « 1 d\ • a Styles; Greater than all the standards of the past will give you any idea '\^^\^\iW \ I^^^ wOSIUITieS, hTOCKS, SKlrtS, ': of. Greater because Low Prices will be the Leading Card of this Sale. /^^X^W/^ P_4o*l_4nc I a nl*r _--.+ .__ C _-__? n_i__ «^%__._- '^ Hundreds and Hundreds of the Daintiest, Prettiest, Neatest and Most V C^\W_f/J^-W / IX«»S 1C*11^. UrtCIVCU*-, VUdlh aUU WlpeS. Practical Hats ever shown. Every woman in the Twin Cities should \ \{\f I/aI J * _ acted U7CCI , *_. ... _. _.'. _,-■-; ' TRY TO ATTEND THIS SALE. '^A'''fi3^\ // -D - -I+!? WfcbK, the most important of the Spring season's V \ \\w7 \^c Qv Jl___/ at the Big Store, will witness the most extraordinary selling d* *% _f\_r\ See the Trimmed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

4 <__ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. & McLAIN. MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-4» Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis. Minn. •. C. J. BillMou, Manager Foreign Adver tising' Department. NEW. YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— 3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS 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. 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 former 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 offi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1901. Jewelry Auction RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. My entire stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Hoar's Cut Glass, Silver -arid Silver Plated Ware, Clocks, Carving Sets, Ebony Toilet Goods, Etc. At Auction, Commencing Wednesday, April 3d, and Continuing Afternoon and Evening, at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. Until I have Disposed of My Entire Stock- Ladies are especially invited to attend this sale. Seats will be provided for them. 1 will guarantee every article as represented. FRANK G. WORRELL, 526 Nicollet Aye. Eggs del .12.1-8 Potatoes 5555....': v .., : :...42c Seats pick............. .....6c Turnips & 8c Cabbage K-_d ...2c Asparagus £____ 9c Cranberries iu_« 9c Butter Mb:?ar.reame^: 51.16 Crackers •%*«?:.." .....6k Born SS bug! r' ............ic Telephone Peas £_ ......9c Tomatoes c£..„...........,.....Jte Saver Kraut ff" 6c Prunes rfb large: 7c Dried Peaches £s?^i_.:.9c Navy Beans S>ic_,d.qt.. i2t Graham Flour _-___ ... ......... .18c Corn Meal _£__- ..He ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS Death, ot Daniel Elliott— Daniel Elli ott, an old settle., died Saturday at 1415 Portland avenue. . Another Smoker Fined— Mc- Nerney, engineer of the Lumber Exchange, was fined $10 in th* municipal court Saturday morning far maintaining a smoke nuisance. Little Girl Dies— Halta, infant daugh ter of Mn and Mrs. Ace P. Abell, died Sat urday, Ths funeral was held from the resi dence, $220 Columbus avenue, at 2:30 p. in. yesterday. "Wn«at Crop Ousts Ice Crop—The last enow and Ice bulletin of the season has been received at the weather office. It shows _ decided recession of the snow limit in the United States. On April 1 the deily crop re port takes its place. Many Dwelling Permits — Building Inspector Houghton Issued "permits for new buildings in March calling for the expenditure in all of $_5-,4_i». This is about $9,000 below the figures for last March, The figures would have been much larger but for the unseason ableness of the weather. There were forty - six permits Issu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APEIL" 1. 1901. VERXA Unions doTe cyCalOTnla: 10s Oranges S.SS,m..; IOc »» Bananas ffi^.... I 0 Delicious, ripe Pineapples, fresh ripe Straw berries received daily. Tsmoliis- Extra standard, regu- "11 _» I OliiaiUOS lar i2Hc grade, for, can 120 Marshall's Extract Beef <.•>« 2-o_. can ...... _• ww ile*l4k«ll Breakfast Food, cooked or un itealinail cooked, full Mb. «A- Healthall Flour, 10-1-bag .........SOc Yerxa's fancy Graham, bag..... 25c Ordinary good Graham, bag .ISc Good beets, peck „... 6c I Rutabagas 6c Carrots 10c ; Parsnips 10c Cabbage, lb 2c Strictly fresh eggs, dozen 12c Excellent sweet corn, 5c can; dozen..6oc Very fine Winnebago Corn, 6c can; dozen .' 70c Best Rolled Oats, pound l*_c Delicious Dates, lb 5c Nice California Prunes 3}_c Vermont Maple Syrup, 1 gal tin, $1; regular $1.25 grade. Half-gallon tin 50c Butter. Sweet Dairy Butter, in jars, 16c and 18c lb. Creamery Butter, 21c, 22c and 24c lb. Tea and Coffee. Most complete line in the west, who...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

8 A TRIUMPH IN MEDICINE Which Has Startled he World by Its Miraculous Cures of Catarrh, Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Grip and All Nose, Threat and Lung Diseases. DR.GEO. LEININGER'S (|3H|mOAC!)E.HYDEI| INHALER Introduced to the American People Less Than Two Years Ago and To-day Outsells All Other. Inhalers Combined. THE CURE LASTS A LIFETIME. Don't Despair of Curing: Your '■*.'.. .Catarrh. Even if it has degenerated into the early stages ot Consumption, as there ls no case of Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Grip, Catarrhal Deafness—that Dr. Geo. Leininger's For-Mal- De-Hyde Inhaler w;ll not cure. Dr. Geo. Lelninger is one of America's greatest scien tists. In his discovery' of Solidified Formal dehyde as used in his Inhaler and other Formaldehyde Remedies, he has advanced the practice of medicine further than any discov ery of the century. J. H. Kimbrough, Courty Assessor, Kos ciusko, Miss., writes: "I purchased one of Dr. Geo. Leininger's Formaldehyde Inhalers and received immedia...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1901. -IMS A Toilet Delight! \%\\ ™E PERFECTI°* 0F SCIENTIFIC SOAP MAKING. Q^v\ MUNYON'S #1§ WITCH HALEL \VnNCV^ 1 Wil liii_uJu_U 1 SOOTHES /•* -A i|\ ( HEALS xEIAM •L\^^#j BEAUTIFIES OV/Xtl X£^V I A MAKES THE SIKN SOFT AS VELVET. '_r <_!"■ li wi" so*ten the roughest hands. Will improve /y^y * f.s^\. any comon» no matter how fair. Will cure T^"^ Jhc* ? chapped hands and lips in a single night. Will cure I v /yl chafing and all skin irritations. Will cure pimples, I s^~~\J™ blackheads, and most facial blemishes. Will cure 'ky^^^-"- "^ cuts, wounds and sores, and allay inflammation. *C^\'jty^\ Will cure dandruff and all scalp diseases. Will /*&)£?' J stop the falling out of hair, give new vitality and i 1 vigor to the roots, stimulating a fresh growth. / >gSL I Mothers will find it an ideal soap for the nursery. A It will cure baby rash, milk eruptions, chafing, • V \ hives and all the skin torments of babyhood. \j PRICE, LARGE SIZE 15 Cls. TRIAL SIZ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

ao THE WEEK STARTS WITH A DECLINE IN WHEAT Weakness in Liverpool, Unsteady Corn and Good Crop Weather Break May to 73 3-Bc. THE VISIBLE SHOWS NO CHANGE Primary Receipts Hold I Good De mand Here for Spot Wheat —General News. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 1. ▲ break in the Liverpool market, the con tinued good weather conditions and a waver ing in corn prices made a combination of depressing factors too heavy for wheat to carry, and the market fell off %@%c at the opening, May starting at 74%@74%c. The tendency was downward, and after noon May broke through 74c, selling at 73% c. In so far as " activity or general Interest was shown there was little change at first and after responding to the weakening influences the market held quiet on the lower. range. There was not much long wheat brought out and apparently holders were confident, yet the market was not so well supported to-day as on Saturday, and sagged on every show of selling pressure. Northwestern receipts were 480 ca...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 April 1901

MONDAY EVEMIINq. APRIIJ 1, ' 1901. CALM THE CUBANS Campaign of Eucation: Has Already Been Started. A DELEGATION TO, WASHINGTON Purpose of the United States Will Be Explained to the ♦ -,'-.•■ Visitors. New York. April I.—A special to The Tribune from- Washington says: It, is believed in"" adminstration circles, that within a day or two the Cuban con stitutional convention will appoint a com mittee to come to Washington to consult the president and cabinet about-modifying some of the provisions of the Piatt amend ment. : v-"' . .. \"v If the Cubans ask for the elimination of the provisions for naval stations and the right of this country to intervene for the preservation of peace and order, they will he disappointed, for the administration has neither the authority nor the disposition thus to modify the act of congress. It is believed, however, that the 'visit of the Cuban's would be productive", of much good in an educational way. They could obtain from President McKlnley and others ...

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

12 WALTHAM WATCHES Ralph Waldo Emerson in an essay on Eloquence said, in speaking of a man whom he described as a Godsend to his town, "He is put together like a Waltham Watch." " The Perfected American Watch ", an illustrated booh, of interesting information about watches, will'be sent free upon request. :\ American . Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. .■.:......■■ . SPORTS TO TRAIN AT KIRKSYILLE MINNEAPOLIS FIRST IN THE FIELD Only Western League Team to Have Southern Training—Holiday Date- Here. " -"; . Kirksville, Mo., will be the training place for the millers this season, and by Friday they will all be on hand to take off weight,, "cut out" easy living and begin hard work on athletes' diet.' The millers •will be the first • team to report this I sea son and moreover will be the first team to train in the south, two distinctions which indicate very plainly that President Beall will not overlook a single point which will make his men a bunch of winners. He was urged by the uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIi PRICE TWO CENTS. FRAUDS NOT EXTENSIVE Corbin Is Sure That Reports Are Exaggerated. TRIAL FOR BARROWS Court Martial If the Investigation Shows Frauds. HE MAY DEMAND AN INQUIRY General Mac Arthur Haw Not Sent Any Report on the Reported Arrests. Special to The Journal. Washington, April 2.—General MacAr- j thur has not responded to the directions to inform the war department about the newspaper statements sent from Manila relative to alleged frauds in the commis sary department in Manila, in which Cap tain Frederick J. Barrows of Minneapolis Is suspected of being Implicated. ■ Adjutant General Corbin, after reading dispatches in to-day's papers, said he was more convinced that the extent of frauds had been exaggerated. He pointed out that Barrows was charged with having conspired with enlisted men and that with such a combination extensive stealings could not have been carried on. He thinks that there has been some ceculation of commissary stores, but whether C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE CAN'T QUITE AGREE Senators Spend Another Forenoon on Primary Election Bill. [ SEVERAL OPPONENTS WON OVER It Seems They Had Heard From Their - Constituents—Senator Snyder's Plea. It seems quite impossible for Minneso ta's senators to get together on the pri mary election bill. This morning they talked clear around the circle and offered an endless number or motions, but when the noon recess came, the bill was in ex actly the same condition as when it came from the house. The talk had cleared the atmosphere, however, and it looks as If the bill as. It .came from the house would be passed in order to forestall any at tempt to force a number of amendments which may provoke a wrangle in the house and tend to Jeopardize the chances of the bill. Several Are "Smoked Out." Since the last public discussion on Fri day, several senators seem to have been "smoked out" by their constituents and they improved the occasion to declare in impassioned language that they were fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 April 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. - 'APRIL 2, 1901: WAR IS HOPELESS Colonel Gonzales Says People Trust the Americans. HE SURRENDERS TO COL. BEACOM Wherever the American Banner la Planted, There the Inaor- L._, rjTj. rectlon Ends. Now York Sun Special Service. Manila. April —Colonel Gonzales, the insurgent governor of Manila, has sur rendered to Colonel Beacom of the Forty second regiment at Malabon, together with eleven officers and forty-four armed and drilled men. President Cabezas, all the civil officers, local officials and a large cheering crowd received Colonel Gonzales and escorted him with a band to Colonel Beacom. Colonel Gonzales said that the helpless ness of the struggle was daily becoming more 'apparent,' and he submitted to the Inevitable. This Is the most Important surrender that has occurred in this vi cinity! Colonel Gonzales gave himself up in response to a letter from Geronimo, the military commander, who surrendered through the Influence of Arturo Dancel, a federalist. * Geronimo...

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