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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

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Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

SEE 1 3 TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! Ole can $m Vou money on Anything in the Cine of Milavetz Bros. where he lin.s on sale a most elegant Assortment of All The Latest Novelties in the Toy Line, at pri- ees which Defy Competition. CHRISTMAS CANDIES, S fln elegant Assortment, All fresh. CHRISTMAS BOXES fialf, Pound and Tm Pounds of finest Rand made Creams. OF ALL KINDS. MUSIC ALBUMS, IRON S. A. CALDWELL & TOVS, .Bros IRON BANKS, Come In ancl Examine Our Line Before Purchasing HOLIDAY GIFTS. ^T- ^.«?-. Santa Claus, JJy us iisitul, is iiiukitur itis HEADQUARTERS, 41 for I irginiu, at Your f|\ 9\ 9 Christmas Tree Ornaments of Every Description at Very Low Prices. School closes today for a ten day* Holidav vacation. Best board in the city, by day or week, at the Parlor Restaurant. Men are seldom charitable oil an empty stomach. The M. IS. Sunday Schoolchildren will enjoy a good old-fashioned Christmas tree Monday evening. Tlie latest books in the market may be had at the Virginia Jewelry Co." No...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

0 T7 fr"' «&' 4* •f* S J&. S $ N •3 What makes a more Acceptable Offer Exceptional Cl» Shortest Day is Almost Bere, But" FANCY CUP AND SAUCERS, SALAD SETTS and SALAD DISHES, CELERY DISHES, WATER SETTS, FANCY PLATES, BON BON DISHES, MATCH BOXES, .M I X! DVJAIjO, And Ornamental Goods Usually $ Found in A First-class Stock. ^Granite and Tinware To He'p Cook Your CHRISTMAS DINNER. HOLIDAY GIFT FURNITURE The Iron Range Furniture Store Holiday Discounts 3 on Any Article in Their Store, and are Showing the Finest Line Ever Opened on The Range. mim REMEMBER! This Sale continues FROM NOW UNTIL JANUARY 1st, and the Cut in Price Extends to Every Article in Our Stock. IT IS THE EARLY BUYER that Receives the Benefit of the Largest Assortment from which to select, utid ire invite your earljr inspec­ tion of our Stock unci Prices. IRON RANGE FURNITURE CO., E. mark $ Son, Props., Tay Block, Uirginia* & 5 fc. BREAD AND MILK SETTS, lltttS Of Jill t\1flU$. TETE TETE SETTS, A/I). I PS AND S...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

•fr HE HAVILAND CHINA, 1847 ROGERS GOODS, Sterling Silver 1* Stationery. ADQ Christmas Gifts There is no place in I irginia, or oil the ^lesubuRange lor that matter, where you can see so many CIFT 11 1 SC I N S a a I I S I A E W E CO. We have carefully selected a bewildering assort ±_, inent of Articles Suitable for Christmas Cifts and which were chosen for the HOLIDAY TRADE. In making this assortment ire poor can find just what they are novelties, musical instruments, Cut Glass, Cadies' Purses, 1j Pocket Books, Books and wnrnr^ VIRGINIA, MIX N. F"OR CHRISTMAS BUYERS. selected for the masses. Rich or Helow we give a few of the man things which have on sale any one of which will make an aj t-. propriate A'mas Present: 'V DIAMONDS, RINGS. WATCHES, SOLID GOLD looking for here nr VIRGINIA JEWELRY CO I I A I N N WHEN BUYING YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER, REMEMBER THE Mesaba Meat Market. Turkeys, and Anything in the MEAT LINE is Always the Finest and Their Prices Are Right. SELECT OYSTERS IN ANY ...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

& Tt mill Pay Vou... reQ Tor the Cadles: Silk Wuists nt $4.9,S. Silk mid U/ien Handker­ chiefs, 4 Cts. to $1.4S. Toilet Articles from 2. Cts. up to $10.00. Glores, 25 Cts. up to $1.50. Albums up to $7,50. Pugs $1.2.1 to $6.50. Leather Glores, 25 c. to $5. Dolls 5 Cts. to $7.50. Picture Frames. Oueen Quality Shoes. Patent Kid Shoes. THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE. r,W. E. HANNAFORD. EDITOR. Entered sit the Poet-Office ut Virginia Minn, as second class mail matter. Terms, $2 Per Year, in Advance. Official Paper, City of Virginia. Special Suttee. Persons wishing a news Item, change of "ad." or anything in the line of locals, in­ serted, wili please have same in our office by Thursday noon of each week, if convenient, as it saves time and trouble for both parties. We reserve the right tc positively refuse any notice of whatever nature after 2 o'clock p. m. on Thursday. O UR A VER TISERS. It takes a rich man to a big check, a pretty girl to draw attention, a horse to draw a cart, a toper to...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

if ft ft (to Hi ito Hi $ 1 DRY GOODS QK HOLIDAY HA NDKERCHIEPS, SILK, LINES, HAS!) EMBROID­ ERED. ALL STYLES AXD PRICES. COLLARETTES. SPEC LI PRICES OX OCR COMPLETE LINE. TO CLOSE THEM OPT, FROM NOW TIL A PAR}' 1st. J. SHADBOLT, Prop., For Useful HOLIDAY GIFTS vISIT THEIR STOCK OF SEASONABLE NOVELTIES AND STAPLE IIOLID. GOODS WAS NEPER MORE COMPLETE AND THEY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOPR P. I TRONAGE, KXOIVIXG (rOOI)S AXD PRICES IVTLL stpr. BARGAIN You Cannot Miss It If You Go To "The CHICAGO fioliday Purchase. THEIR STUCK Is Replete in Every Department and Their Prices Speak Ear Themsi'Ires, The Chicago Dry Goods Store, Dry Goods, millinery and Sbces, ^TTT!T!TTf!TTT!TTi!!fTTiTmfmTmmTimmT?mTmimmTTmmTTTmm!Ti^mm^mmTTTmTmTT!mTTT7TmTTTTmmm!mTm?B S 3 in Cadies' and Cbifdren's Cloaks, Ladies* Shirt Ulaists, Skirts, etc., & at Greatly Reduced Prices Trom How Until 3an. i. THE PAIR STORE, W/ TALKING ABOUT IT? If You A re Talking of a WINTER SUIT OR OYERCOAT II7? irANT TO DO A LITTLE TALKING T...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

I \if 1 €^j elaborate stock ol' 13. Ittesberg COAL! W^§ Herman Krause. FINE LINE OF The Only Mug Saloon in The City. 196 *2* •S*,S**S*•§••$**5**5*•s* We Are Now Comfortably S OUR NjW STORE! 1 fc where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most 1 furniture and Stoves ever exhibited North of Dululh. and at the lowest possible prices We are this season making a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— All Stylos atvl Sizes Kvery Kiml ot I'uei. TV nrnnino !'l hc.ir tills Tr-i'lt'-MarK. itvware §yVorld'sS VA js -,a -vsi/^ -ja* -_a» .w/i ^rst' Come In and Examine Our Stock before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods, I S A I A O O O O S A I I I S VIRGIN A ALFRED BURKE, SALOON AND CONCERT HALL, Finest line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars in the City. !8 ff\ 4 /f\ 5 s" a (F jn furniture and Undertaking, EVELETH. AND COME IN! ALWAYS WELCOME! EAST CHES"TNRT STREET, VIRGINIA. EATON'S DRAY LINE LIGHT AND HEAVY DRA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

U1 2 u. 4* Science 30 years f\ THE NEW YORK WEEKLY and has for nearly --i-ty h., recognized as tin.- pl. tional iii\ Niv..-p-.n farmers and viliat-.ei splendid :'icu 11: iv merit, its l. i.:.-.-'. ports. ei-'j-ni/.t TDIDIIItlE every family. Kc^iih.r si)!~ I nlDUHC scription jti'i.'e, $l.O0 J.orth American Review, Kcw Vos'L iiv. Harper's Magazine, New York Uv. Harper's Bazar, Jew York 'Uv. Harper's Weekly, Sew York ii, Century Magazine, New York itv St. Nicholas Magazine, \'ew ovk uv PCtlnre's Magazine, New YoiK Frank Leslie's Monthly, New V«rk ii Munsey's Magazine, Jew ioW i'ii Success, New York City Leaser Monthly, New York Pack, New York City Judge. New York Citv Leslie's Weekly, New York Ci»v. *. Review of Reviews, New sU Scribner's Magazine, New 1 ovlc itv. American Aericultuiisj, Vev( V« LiZ\ Rural New Yorker, ?\'ew Yovfi i. Cosmopolitan iUagaziiic, 1 *vie-ji*cin Country Gentleman, Ailiauv, Farm Journal, Philadelphia, Lippiiicott's Maaaaiine, Pliiludeif»h5:i, FVriii Youth's Com...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

r3S3S e- •i umiuiuuu, GENERAL CROCKERY, GENERAL $ Good things to €ai. OUR LINE OF You Cannot Afford kVl^i fruits and Green Uegetables OUR STOCK OF Was Never More Complete nnirf^ A l?'nbpftf-farieritsi of Our Store May Be Found QTs&fui AttiCle^ Phte'd for HRI Either for Presents or Inspecting Annex Block, ^.t !#.• t) fc I# XOIW.-'-r^ .w:.4 mam #i-.* *V* -f.v Y~rt rif* 'i =^r I* »J, I •-c \g mi- S- .u .£ S htm 0*-f^ $:• •seei...... ffe&r- ir .»1V r^-'' Comprises Everything Thsjforkgt Affords. .• ri+fa. 4 -.- ,.' '•$ "i®J»«r»#'-''si-•- ••**'.' •W Vr'! «v. .. ... &- &&§$?>?'v' -v"' •*. *.'&** TTSffc'V* ?r*v & S J»* TS»? V' -."L .• *. fjfc., «i^T «H ». 43»f£""-?«"***•*••«: a? #^r •.'.•!• ^"-Vfj'",« ft**'* 9 v£W-%h-**".*• ,»-. .#7.- '^". gl",* 4 ..c^'i I* ^V"* "V •r •^i •*-••.- vit«lais, Mfim. I* COLORED PAPER STOCK #6 4^ SOME CHRISTMAS GIFTS By it \V\ iii/i EHm Armstrong jHEN yo.u give a Christmas pres­ ent there is everything in having it suitable," remark...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

& 3 3 N1 N1 3 •j d1 •4 3 3 •4 N* a y4 N 8 d1 r-y $ 8 8 ^V. N1 •3 0 8 9 3 1 k. 1 I y"i Ji r-H «. Annex Block, t^. it GOOD CHEER TO ALL -JS •-S' '-S kVI^n OUR LINE OF Comprises Everything Th Market Affords. tfr- —.. V- tlJ GENERAL STORE IS rif—,? Bcadquartcrs for 7jl~ Good Chinas to eat. it fruits and Green Uegctables =5= IFHS Nerer More Complete an (T'ni A OUR STOCK OF ,'JT'"-' CROCKERY, GLASSWARE GENERAL MERCHANDISE \jfcr. .. .. »•*."? Inspecting Our StockZ s. if D.6p$j:ttn euts M*'.s of Our Store ?fiiy Be Found Articled ,lF7tte'ci '.it' fA You Cannot Afford Ty ^ffy AriytKTrig For^. for ft* »%*sV wife' "'jfeO V,.V ^K r. S *f Either for Presents or Tl^Table, Before fW-V X? Virginia, Minn. SOME CHRISTMAS GIFTS 8y Elisa Armstrong HKX vnu give a (,'hristmas pres­ ent there is everything in having it sniitable," remarked Mrs. Wil­ der. "You agrv with me in that, don't vou, Tom?" "M'hm," replied Mr. Wilder, who had been married 20 years. He did not for one instant detach his mind from...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK: CHRISTMAS SONG. Oh, bells that chime your sweetest! Oh, world of glistening white! Oh, breezes blithely bringing A message of delight! From leafless hill and valley But one refrain I hear: "A merry, merry Christmas And a glad New Tear!" From humble home and palace The kindly voice Is breatiuu. From forest arch and pillar, And meadows snowy wreathed, An echo from the angels, A pean of good cheer: Hark! "Merry, merry Christmas And a glad New Year!" Oh, light of heavenly gladness That falls upon the earth! Oh, rapture of thanksgiving That tells the Saviour's birth! The golden links of kindness Bring heart to heart more near, With "a merry, merry Christinas And a glad New Year!" —George Cooper, in Golden Days. A Christmas Mamma By M. B. Bell. It was one of those dreary afternoons in November. The rain had fallen steadily all day, and Roland and Esther jrahm, two motherless little children, were curled up on the rug in front of the library fire, looking at the pic...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

W®-: b-f~ SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK: CHRISTMAS SONG. Oh, bells that chime your sweetest! Oh, world of glistening white! Oh, breezes blithely bringing A message of delight!. From leafless hill and valley But one refrain I hear: "A merry, merry Christmas And a glad New Year!" From humble home and palace The kindly voice is breathed, From forest arch and pillar. And meadows snowy wreathed, An echo from the angels, A pean of good cheer: Hark! "Merry, merry Christmas And a glad New Year!" Oh. light of heavenly gladness That falls upon the earth! Oh. rapture of thanksgiving That tells the Saviour's birth! The golden links of kindness Bring heart to heart more near, With "a merry, merry Christmas And a glad New Year!" -George Cooper, in Golden Days*. A Christmas Mamma By M. B. Bell. It was one of those dreary afternoons in November. The rain had fallen steadily all day, and Roland and Esther GSrahm, two motherless little children, were curled up on the rug in front of the library fire, lookin...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 21 December 1900

-& & #2». & \V •-ft-* '•X \0 x*,* •-o-*-*•# X+0 *tr X+* \f* '•X *,v \V \V '•V '•X *•*_ *•«. VI -v• *i* *•«_ II FREE, When You Decide to CHRISTMAS TIk.i ii 1 upon the eaith! ''I' .ipii ie of thanksgivirv Tii a tells the Saviour's I In Ridden links of* kindr.•-•.-. niir,^ fii art to h( art inoi r, 'A r. "a merry, merry Chri.-trna.s A '1 a yiad New Year!" «r. rtr- 'o iper, in Golden Days. 4-'*' +•^4 4 4- A Christmas Mamma By M. B. Boll. I' was one of those dreary afternoons November. The rairi had t'aihn ad i! all day. and Roland and Kstlier lialiin. two molherless little children, uaia- on ad up on the rug in front of h" library lire, looking at the picture te ad\ Their nurse, who was a kind-hearted woman, lrad frequently explained the -lories in he book to them. And now, wiih their lit tie heads bent down over he pa-^e. they were looking'at the pie lure of two lit lie girls in bed, while a woman wiih a gentle, motherly face, was tueking them in. Nurse had told the childre...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

VOL. 8. 4* »v & 4* THE Nov is the season to put in your Extending The Compliments ot The Season We Wish Our Friends and Patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAR. The Sands of 1900 Have Almost Finished Their Course and Old Father Time Must Soon Reverse His Glass for 1901. "So Runs Cbe time Away." The Past Seven Months— ^4 during our business career in Virginia has brought many new faces to our store, and we trust that none have gone away dissatisfied. •& To Please Our Old Friends and To Win Many New Ones shall be our constant ehdeavor during 1901. Du ring the coining vear. as in the past, we shall strive to please our patrons by giving them the rery best of CLOTHING f/it? Lowest Possible Prices, and the money back if want­ ed. With a promise to do all and more for you in 1901 than a we did during our time in 1900, we Wish Our Friends, One And All, A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR. Enterprise Clothing House #m L$vr, Prop. SCOTT BLOCK. inia Hardware NEW HEATER, and the place to buy it is of the JEWEL RAN...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

S S "•Tsaaa THE VIRGINIA ENTERPRISE VIRGINIA. MINN. W. E. HANNAFORD, Within a few weeks the tunnel under the royal palace of the Quirinal at Rome will be completed. It will place the older part of the Eternal city in direct and level communication with the new quar­ ter of Rome erected since 1870 beyond the Quirinal. It is to be brilliantly light by electricity, and will be carefully watched by the police, who are in dread lest it might serve the purpose of some anarchist plot to blow up the palace above. Publisher. Indiana is evidently wfthin the lynch­ ing licit. Desperate robberies in Illinois. Ohio. Louisiana, Iowa and Arkansas show that rv( 11 the crooks make tinancial prepara­ tion l'or Christmas. If the raiding of the Boers is as per­ sistent as it is widespread and audacious, war will have a lively inning- during the lii st year of the new century. The double tragedy enacted by rival coal merchants at Ilyde Park, a Chicago uburb. is a warning to dealers against the distracti...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

'-anB8**^* ^-. -tr ""J 1 tZT.-,- s. The Old Rocking Horse. Battered and bruised and worn and old, Bereft of Ills mane and tall, A veteran charger stanch and bold. He has weathered life's fiercest gale. The hero of many a gallant raid, In many a bloodless war, A soldier of fortune, undismayed By battle and wound and scar! 'Neath the guiding touch of a little hand He has traveled many a mile Through the wonderful realms of riaylike" Land, Where the spirits of Fancy smile. But. strange to say, in his boldest fight, Though he halted or rested not Through all his travels by day and night- He has stood in the self-same spot'. He has ridden far, he has ridden hard He has boi'ne fierce brunts and blows, And oft has felt, as a sweet reward, A kiss on his worn-out nose. And though he is rather the worse for wear And is crippled and scarred and old In the eyes of his master he still is fair And worth his weight in gold. —Herald and Presbyter. The "Mayflower's" Christmas. Mrs. Elizabeth Cady St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

Mr (f) DC in -i ib W TO tAfCCIf I Mechanic TDIDIIyC North I niDlinC scription price, $1.0 SFN«LLR,Y We Are Now Comfortably Settled !N OUR NEW STORE! where we are prepared to show to the people of Virginia and vicinity the most elaborate stock of furniture and Stoves ever exhibited North of Duluth, and at the lowest possible prices We are this season makine a leader of the old favorite—"The World's Best"— All atyte and Rises for Krerf Kind of Kael. a ib \W a *3 W Tfv (Jftiulne all hear thia 'I'nulo-Mark. Kewnre of Imitation*. SVoiidsBs Come In and Examine Our Stock j|| before you making your purchase of any­ thing in the Furniture Line. No Trouble To Show Goods, OUR PRICKS ARE RIGHT AND OUR GOODS ARK THK FINKST. mesbtra... VIRGINA AND EVELETH. SOMETHING TO EAT! The Place to Get It Is At Boston Restaurant, ^In the new Union Blocks ^Everything New, Clean and Neat,^ The Finest in the City. The Best Cooks and Best Service in St. Louis County. COME IN AND TRY US FOR SUNDAY DINNER. roi^lon...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

-v t, ~*Jf5S3W IF" SO «k & & & teMm. (r 5r- & \b VII $ Couches. A $20 \i/ and calls your attention to an elegant line of i^Jire Vow Building?* I we desire to figure with you on your Hardware and Furnishing Bill, belieing it will bz adaatageous to both •IT •IT •IT •IT rjr rfr r|r •IT r|? •IT 00000 AND HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIP TON. 4* 4. ifi 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* if* A. HAWKINSON. Our Christmas Sale N AL A I vb rliir Phrinrmnn Cnln Ur28 No In Tt With the jjj Special Reductions Offered For New Year's Week. i/ as a glance at the following prices jvill indicate. W? ®Q7 AA BED ROOM SUITES, Finest on the ®Qrt AH yjjf W Range, during- the coming- week only qpO/£«\JvF f|\ $35.00 Bed Room Suites for $30.00. Jj\ jjj Odd Dressers and Commodes ylj AT FACTORY PRICES. adjustable head and ti£QO ronage and mutual profit. dk •IT rjr •IT •IT •IT HT HOUSE FURNISHINGS, RAINTS. OILS. TINWARE, •IT BEE 000000000000000000000000000 SEE 0000000000000000000' ijfi 4* 4* ifi 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 4 Our Stoc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

GAMBLING FOR OFFICES. lielicious People Scandalized by a Re­ cent London Occurrence. Some of the ultra religious people ii: London are expressing astonishment thai tie in the vote for member of the bor ough council was decided the other dn.v by tossing a penny. They insist that tin clement of chance ought to have bee:, eliminated from English politics long ago. As a matter of fact, there is still a ner left in the British constitution for Iving Chance to build his throne in, and ii is iot many years since the House Commons deliberately sanctioned the ap­ peal chance in certain emergencies. When city councils were being estab­ lished in Scotland the question arose in Parliament as to the choice of a chair man of the joint committee in case of an equality of votes, and it was proposed that the final decision in that case bt taken by lot. Serious members objeetcd in such a frivolous method of deciding an important matter, but the mover of the resolution reminded the house of tin aposto...

Publication Title: Virginia Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia enterprise. — 28 December 1900

'««iii~»a ir »ur V»itr* '•SB* sg«tis«8 a "S 1 INDORSED BY DEPEW. SAYS THE "PAN-AM." WILL SURPASS THE PARIS FAIR. Toll's Chairman- J. X. Seafctaerd the ilulf litis \«t Eeen Told of the (iratideui* and Benuty of the Expo­ sition nt Cull'alo. "Scntehercl, you did not praise it half enough." So spoko t!jr« distinguished statesman and famous after dinner orator, Sen­ ator Cliauucey M. Depew, as he stood in the center of the grounds of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo and gazed upon the beautiful struc­ tures surrounding him on every side and now approaching completion. Senator Depew had come to Buffalo to deliver an address. His first desire NEW YORK STATE BUILDING, on arrival in the city was to be driven to the grounds of the Exposition. The remark quoted above was addressed to Chairman John N. Seatcberd of the executive committee of the Exposition, •who had told Senator Depew of the progress made in the building of the Exposition when they had met in Eu­ rope last summer. Mr. Sca...

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