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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

■lake a refreshing lunch for the other members of the family. Mabel and I heard Grace and Ed crying in the house, so we thought it best to go home without our refreshments. The next •day was a long one for all of us and when we did meet, three days after, we declared it was better not to quarrel over such a little thing as baseball. The next year Gi-ace and Ed moved away to the city. Mabel and I still went together and greatly missed our other two playmates. Mabel is still living in Cale donia but I never have seen Ed or Grace since they moved away, although they write to us. —Hazel Emery. Eighth Grade. Caledonia, Minn. Wholesale Slanßliter. Nine years ago, when I was five years old, I had the first quarrel that I can remember anything about. I was not the cnly person on our side in the quarrel—my sisters were with me. At that time we lived over father's store, and all the empty dry goods boxes from the store were left in the back yard where we played. We used these boxes for playho...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

4 15he JOURNAL JUNIOR. Ma.c Harris Ansorv 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 to their own writings. There is do 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. Blossoming Desert. A DAM a mile long, which will make a historic desert "blossom like the rose," would have sounded like a tale from the Arabian Nights fifteen years or so ago. But this is the age of marvels, when nothing seems impossible, and so the Nile is going to be curbed and harnessed and its valley made reliably fertile. Ages ago, in Bible times, it was a very garden, but after the land came under Turkish rule everything went back ward instead of forward, and this formerly fertile valley has long been a howling wilderness. When General Kitchene...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

r^\TTL it^i^Uo Jk^lrv*r ir^ i^^BH A GUINALDO surprised every one by his quick determination to t\ take the oath of allegiance. He arrived m Manila' on March 28, spent four days.in investigating conditions in the archipelago, and then after consulting the chief Justice of the islands for confirmation of what he saw, took the oath of allegiance on April 2. Just what disposition will be made of him has not been an nounced as yet. but the government of the United States hopes to make use of him later in the complete pacification of the Islands. Colonel Gonzales, the insurgent governor of Manila, has sur rendered. He says that the hopelessness of the Filipino cause is growing more evident every day, owing to the work of the Philippine commission. Wherever the American standard is planted and American methods established, there the insurrec tion ends. The natives are daily learning to believe more and more in the good intentions of the Americans. Commander Jesse Mims Roper, of the Petrel,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

6 In Three Parts Continued from the First Page. supper, dishes to worry about. Every morning does not pass pleasantly, but still I cling to early morning. A Sixth Grade, " —Adena Nordbergh, ■ Monroe School. — l ''2528 E Twenty-second Street. H Man in Miniature. (Honorable Mention.)' - It has been said, and undoubtedly it is true, that the easiest way to reach a man's heart is by way of his stomach. Con sidering that a boy is a man in miniature, the same rule must apply to both. I am no exception and probably that is why I prefer noon to any other portion of the day. • After the noon meal everything seems to be doing its best to look beautiful and though the inevitable rise in spirits may be occasioned by a satisfactory meal, and the distance placed between the perplexing tasks of school has something to do with it, still nature is really more beautiful at noon than at any other time in the twenty-four hours of the day. The schoolroom, is entered at noon with much better spirits than...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

usually quite a bit. A delightful quarter-hoar with my lessons comes next, followed closely by breakfast. Then I start for school. Walking to school is a pleasure to me on a bright and crisp spring morning, and the refreshing atmosphere helps me to forget the awful things that await me at my destination. The subjects discussed by dignified seniors—geometry and the like — are also very indispensable to a freshman. These talks lend greatly to the importance of the morning in my estimation. Alto gether I consider the period between 6 and 10 as tke most en joyable part of the day—winter or summer. B Ninth Grade, —Archie C. Riddell, Central High School. 2424 Colfax Avenue S. Three Month* of the Year. When I am at Minnetonka Beach, in the months of June, July and August, I prefer evening to any other part of the day. With my companions I like to sit in a hammock that overlooks the lake, and tell stories as we watch the beautiful tinted rays of the setting sun. As it slowly descends behind...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

8 THE OLDEST BELL TOWER A Big Fir Tree Utilised lor This Purpose. ._ The oldest church bell tower in America is now in good condition in Tacoma,Wash. When the first settlement was made on Commencement bay, Puget sound, a church was built, but there was no bell tower, so a big fir tree was selected. The bell was placed in the top of this tree. a ladder extending from the roof of the church to the improvised tower. The ivy covered fir still stands, with the bell in its top. The fir, according to calculations, must have been a young tree when Co lumbus made his first voyage, and, there fore, it is the oldest bell tower in Amer ica. NEW GASES FROM THE AIR Electric Sparks Bring Ont Beau- tiful Color Effects. In London a beautiful collection is be ing exhibited, made up of vacuum tubes charged respectively -with samples of the various new gases which .scientists have succeeded in obtaining from our atmos phere. When the electric spark is passed through the tubes some very beautiful color ...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. CUBA AT AN ACUTE STAGE Rejection of Platt Terms May Be Serious. A CONFLICT IS POSSIBE Fear That United States Will Be Ordered to Leave. WOULD MEAN TO DECLARE WAR Uur I'lim Suiigested In to Diwaolve the Cuban I oustitutioual Convention. Mmw York Sun Snmclml Smrviom Washington, April a.- The practically unanimous vote of the Cuban constitu tional convention repudiating the Platt amendment is a disappointment to the ad ministration. President McKiuley had been led to believe that the convention "would accept the amendment. General 'Wood's dispatches relating to the convention have been most optimistic and the members of congress that visited the island at ihe close of the session brought back to Washington wonderful stories about the Cubans being eager to accept the Platt plan. Now the president finds himself in prac tically the same position he wa3 in before congress adopted the Plait amendment. The United States is in control of the affairs of...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE HE WON'T PRESS IT — ————— • Mr. Laybourn Will Not Demand, Action on Bribery Resolution. THIS MAY NOT END IT, HOWEVER Heiin. Jacobson and AVashhuru Will Ask That It Be Hi: pointed From the Records. Mr. Laybourn has been called off. As predicted in The Journal Saturday, so much pressure "was brought to bear on him that he has deckled not to press his resolution censuring Messrs. Jacobson and Washburo. It is still in the clerk's hands, however, and no move has been made to withdraw it.. ■ Mr. Laybourn said' to The Journal this morning: 99P "Since introducing my resolution Satur day morning I have been appealed to by many members not to press it. Men on both sides of the gross earnings fight have urged me. They say that it would take at least a day's time of tills last week of the session and defeat much important legislation that is waiting to be acted on. 1 have decided not to press the matter, and it may rest for the session." The resolution stands on the reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, AFEIL 8, 1901, I The Edge of Your Skirt 1 E is always in sight whether you are walking, standing, sit- 1 I ting, stepping into a carriage or on a street car—whatever g II you are doing, every one can see the edge of your skirt. i I The edge of your skirt is conspicuous just as your hat | I and gloves are conspicuous. . ' 9 fc .It is equally necessary that it should have that same 1 II refinement and elegance of appearance. ■,;..',■.,<, I] 1 If the binding on the edge of the skirt is S. H. *M. I |J Binding, it will have that elegance. * S I The finish that 8. H. & M. Binding I I gives is not-only I | elegant—it is also permanent. 1 I To be sure of always getting S. H. &M. look for the § \ trade mark on the back or every yard or on the label of | every piece you buy. I AX ALL DRY GOODS STORES. H I " REGISTERED TRADE MARK •*.'., i| V SKIRT BINDINGS—««i ; . *Jrne/ t ja/r u^amrew^ <&/ mwmm £ '^/Cctncirt/ HILUaO-AMERIU LINE New York-Kotterdam.via Boulogne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIANS>YLFT, J. 5. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOK T H X J O I H N A 1. is puuliahed every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, MiniieupoliM, Miun. t". J. lliliMoii, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. 308 Stock Ex change building. SIIISOKII'TIOX XEHMS Payable to The Journal l a riming Co. Delivered by Mail. Oiie 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 ADDRKSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers charged must always give th«ir former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued "Until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, &nd until all arrearages are paid. .. . COMPLAINTS Subscriber* will please notify the office ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING; APRIL 8, 1901. FLOWERS Th« Coining '■'ljU^7^^^Wm]j^^^^^ Easily grown and hardy; H^T |)|/a ylD\J&r^m9 an ideal bedding plant, V^f M ( V Jyiik^^ blooming all summer TV iMinv wfflwJ^Sar^-^Wkw v and lasting after other gar- *-Aj| flfl OrVlcßfe'^B SlM^ den : favorites are gone. The J/AWTOk i^V7m^ SIIT^ 'Aster rivals' the Pansy for isjir SO' «a \m\ range of color; the Sweet Pea'for W A fa \mi display of bloom and the Chrys- v M VA km anthemum for beauty of form. As a cut dower |\ N|k Mj it remains fresh and beautiful for days. -'%fflL m /Pi • We have gathered from the foremost Aster '-^KScwll- ; IMF si Specialists of the World the finest strains, and ' flsKik WF /{ offer them under the name of V' ''^fflOTi W ( ) ' : N. K. &.CO'S "IMPERIAL MIXTURE." Vv^-M&GI^Xv.:./.:^ I ' This is the result of 16 years of most careful mi- Iw^vV il&r ■* / : ' : provement and selection. "Imperial Mixture" ■■ iRk . IJj ;- c| :■ '■> ■- of Asters is the finest that experience ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS I mliik Formaldehyde — State Dairy and Food Commisioner McConnell has dis covered that dairymen in the vicinity of the twin cities have been using formaldehyde to preserve cream. The state officials will prose cute as soon as satisfactory evidence is pro cured. Trophy Cases— The class of '00 has decided to purchase two handsome trophy cases to be placed in the upper rotunda of the library building as a class memorial, lv the cases will be kept the athletic and for ensic trophies of the various organizations of the university. Smokers Steadily Fined— Judge Holt took another fall out of the smokers iv the municipal court on Saturday. The follow ing engineers paid $1U flues: Jolin Burke, West hotel; Frank Munson, Temple Court; James Walsh, JiM-ISo First avenue N. Bu geae Ballard of 120-113 First avenue N plead ed not guilty and examination 'was set for April 10. \«'w B-iWitiK I'owder Company- John W. Bentley is president and G. 11. Mc- Cleary manager of the Northwestern San...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

Monday ErvnEJsmm, ajetkel s, isol V EIX A - ■ ■■■'.; :■ Fresh Vegetables and Fresh Ripe Fruits are re ceived by every express. Our priccr arc always right. The v'Queen" Blend iuoanuWi" tos Conee, fresh from the roaster, that will match any elsewhere 20c Coffee lE that can be bought. Per lb ..IOC iiß-L.H! Dlmn«l a lordly Breakfast' nODdl DlcilU Coffee, the flavor of which will match any elsewhere 30c «C A Coffee that can be bought. Per lb CLv "Hoffman House" £n ryea? rd thef foremost Cottee experts of America have been vainly endeavoring to match its rich joyous Java & Mocha flavor, can't be done— even An. with 45c coif en. Hoffman House per lb. U C Tea! Tea! About 100 kinds to choose from. Ask for the tea of your choice and Bee if we can't supply, it. U!ma»<la A garden grown ceylon and In- Illarua -dli». Can't be matched Cfl for a dollar, here, lb ;..:...;...:.. . DUG II«bIm« India and Ceylon's. most delicate AierinO tea. blended, quality Cfl* way up, lb .....UIIC A A |. HM E...

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

8 CRIME Lin) BARE Boise, Idaho, Reporter Uncovers a Remarkable Deception. REMAINS OF A GIRL EXHUMED AHserted She Died of Diphtheria, but v Examination Shown Crimi nal Assault. Special to The Journal. - Boise, Idaho, April One of the most diabolical crimes in the history of this state has come to light at Payette. It has developed that the 9-year-old daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. James HuJl, who live there, «waa .ravished, either being murdered to conceal that crime or dying from the ef fects' of the criminal assault. The crime -was committed at Baker City, Oregon, last 'July. Although officers have , done some •work on the case, the facts have never been published before. '.- Investigation of the case by a reporter at Payette has aroused the people to a 'frame of mind that would mean summary proceedings could the guilty wretch be lo cated. The girl, Delia Fay Hull, went to , visit at Baker City accompanying some friends who had beqp visiting at her home. She stopped at the boarding hous...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING", APRIL 8, 1901 BABY'S BEST FRIEND A~ MUNYON'S .;.: ME® WITCH HAZEL f^wl-¥ SOAP flakes the Skin Soft as Velvet. Mothers will find in Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap the ideal requisite for baby's bath. Tor baby rash, teething spots, chafing, hives, milk erup ' tions and all the discomforting irritations of babyhood this soap is a real blessing. It gives relief to the tortured little one at once; soothes and calms and produces sleep. The delicate and delicious odor of the soap keeps baby as sweet as roses. Ml NYOVS WITCH HAZEL SOAP IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR MOST SKIN DISEASES. IT WILL IMPROVE ANY COMPLEXION, NO MATTER HOW FAIR. WILL SOFTEN, BEAUTIFY AND REINVIGORATE THE HAIR. Large size cakes, 15c.;,trial size, sc; at all druggists. If you have rheumatism, try Munyon's Rheumatism Cure; if you have dyspepsia, try his Dyspepsia Cure. If you have kidney disease, try Kidney Cure; if you have a cold, try his Cold Cure; if you have a sere throat, try his Sore Throat Cure; if you have...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

10 ACTIVE AND VERY UNSETTLED WHEAT MARKET May Broke Under 69 1-2 C Early, Recovered Promptly, Showing Erratic Tendency. THE CROP OUTLOOK IS EXCELLENT Clearance* Heavy at 1,671,000 llu. •-Good Demand for Cash Wheat. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April B.—The wheat market had a day of activity to start the week. Trading was heavy and the pit excited at times. May wheat made a sharp decline in the early part breaking to ff|fc9%c< There were no Liverpool cables. At the opening the general situation was the same as ruled through last week. It is still to all appearances a bear market—but the feeling had grown over Sunday that the mar ket was due for a turn, and that after the late persistent declines reaction might be ex pected. This had effect—especially after the tlrst heavy break through 69V»c cleared the atmosphere. There was an immediate russh to take hold and in short order May sold at 70% a The northwest had 411 cars against C»S last year. Total primary receipts were 631,006...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 8 f 1901. r MOVEMENT TOWARD NOME . ACTIVITY IX SALE iOF TICKETS I Few Teuilerfeet Are Going In, but Those Who Have Been There •" i -51 • ' "■•'■•■*■• .... . ... . ,~.J;,«. Are Retornlng. .eWO!riE*"k-.;-t \iC\-: . Special to,T^Journal. s ,. .. Tacoma, Wash., April B.—For ten days , tfcere been aoteworthy activity in the: I purchase of Nome tickets, and In inquiries respecting transportation to the gold ' fieldf*■* Two steamers are scheduled to bail for Nome about the close of this month. They are the Jeauie and Nome '' Ci»\, announced to depart April 26 and ■ SApri) -tively. _ A\l of the Jeanie's *!rttßt'-v'tuis ;^ccoaHiioda.tl6iu have been en £&aged and the Nome City is rapidly fill ing up- The latter will doubtless have sold all Jof her first-class tickets before -.her sailing dates.-^. ■■■• »-■■• . ... 5 Many tickets have been sold thus early for the steamship Senator and other Nome vessels listed, for May sailing.. The Sena tor leaves May 30 for Nome. ' ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 April 1901

12 WALTHAM WATCHES The factory of the Waltham Watch Company is the largest and most complete establishment of the kind in this or any other country. Waltham Watches are the most accurate pocket time-pieces it is possible to make. " The Perfected American Watch ", an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, will be sent free upon request, American Waltham Watch Company, Walth&m, Mass. THIEF HAS A RECORD Man That Stole the Gainsborough Portrait Just Discovered. PICTURE ARRIVES IN ENGLAND 3lr.Aarn.ew Admits That the Famous Portrait Has Been V. ( ' Recovered. New York, April B.—Mystery no longer envelopes the -identity of the men who stole ' the Gainsborough portrait of a Duchess of Devonshire from the art rooms of William Agnew & Sons in London. The (police say the man who took, the picture is .Adam Worth. Time, however, has out lawed the crime. After having the famous painting under Sais control for twenty-five years, lacking two months, Adam Worth, on March ...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS JjGBRNAX.. -..•'- •"■'■' ' v.* . ........ fl , _, •, m •.■■'■♦. PRICE TWO CENTS, BOER CAPITAL IS CAPTURED Petersburg Is Occupied by the British. THERE IS NO OPPOSITION British Detachment Surrounded in Cape Colony. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE ESCAPED Member of Parliament Says English 'VuiiJr Demand the Eud of the War. London, April 9.—Lord Kitchener re porting to the war office under date of Pretoria, April S, says: Plumer ha^ occupied Pietersburg with slight opposition, captured two locomotives and thirty-nine trucks. Considered Important. The capture of Pietersburg is regarded here as important. The place is the terminus of the railway and has been the capital of the Boer government since the evacuation of Pretoria. The whole North ern railway is now in the hands of the British. According to Lord Kitchener's dispatch only one officer and one man were killed. The Boers evacuated the town during the night prior to Plumer's arrival, after blowing up two trucks laden with ammu nit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 April 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE AIMS AT QBE KOADS Senator Miller's Resolution Direct ing an Investigation. SOLID THIRTEEN DELAY ACTION Conaolldation Under the Steel Trust Is Soutfbt to Be Pre vented. • There is still a coterie of senators will- Ing to help out the railroads as opportuni : ties may offer. While not daring to op . pose the will of the people in matters -. which have been fully discussed, they do not hesitate to give the railroads a friend- I ly lift in other cases. This morning thir -1 teen senators prevented the passsage of a 1 resolution by Senator Miller directing the attorney general to make Investigations regarding reported consolidations of com • binations of ways in order to prevent such action as might be in violation of • the laws of the state. Senator Daugherty gave notice of debate in order to have the ■ resolution put over until to-morrow. The • author, thereupon, moved that the rules • be suspended which was lost by the fol - lowing vote, forty-two or two-thirds ...

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