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

10 WHEAT STEADY ON A RANGE A SHADE LOWER Liverpool Was Weak and Lower, Our Market Following the De cline Only in Part. LOCAL DECREASE OF 639,738 BU. Nothing; Especially .\evr on the Crop Outlook— \ewi of jalßl the Session. Minneapolis , Chamber of Commerce, April ; ; 13.—Wheat market - settled ' into steadier lines this morning and held firm — inside a half-cent range. The market started lower on cables showing a decline of nearly, a penny in Liverpool. May wheat opened at 70c. This low point was not touched again, the market selling to 70% c and holding steady. Towards the end May eased off, closing at 70% c. Not much. news came concerning crop pros pects and hessian fly reports have ceased at least for the time being. Broomhall cabled that further complaints of damage are received from Germany. In North Roumania and Russia crops are said to be in favorable condition. The market ap pears free from any considerable short interest at this time. The disposition seems to be to wait, fo...

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. — 13 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1901. "A SOCIAL HEMORRHAGE" Ravages of Parlor Poker—lts Devotees Are Many—One Young Man Ruined—He Lost $15,000. The poker party as a society amusement is enjoying a splendid run in Minneapolis. The "Great American Game" has the call. ltj is pronounced fascinating. Progressive euchre with a prize for the winning lady has done very well in its time; progres sive cinch with a prize attachment has been popular, but "drfew" and stud poker an? all the rage just now. Excitement surrounding these poker parties varies according to the wealth of those who participate. Many of those who go in for the amusement only, who want a taste of the fascination without running chances of losing their monthly allowance play a low limit. One club makes the limit 25' cents and settles for lv cent* on the dollar. Other clubs have it arranged so that the heaviest losers will quit at the close of an evening's sport all 'the way from 37 to 40 cents "in the hole." At thai rate It is ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

The Journal Junior Hearts Were Sad Minneapolis Juniors Have Had Disap pointments that, at the Time, Seemed Almost Unbearable.^ >? # x* * Imnmm mrr $ x WOULD be useless to "make any attempt at II classification this week as the disappointments were so different, both in cause and effect. Some of the papers could not be used because of the re mbmaavm flections cast upon mothers, fathers, sisters and J'/j^j-iy brothers. Nothing is ever intentionally allowed ■^Sb&SKL* to be Pted in the Journal Junior that in any way r^^^igm Avill cause ill feeling. The chief disappointment to ""'"l^X the p<iitor this week was the spelling. The word -VjJmSsP disappointment was spelled In many and various sSs^^r'.j ways, though the majority doubled the s instead %i "^k ot the P- Th editor is accustomed to novel and ■■ »>. \-:-'??Z unusual ways of spelling, but she had/ to think *BBfflHßai™* twice before she realized that "sightciown" re ferred to a cyclone. One of the girls told of her great ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

2 the pasture or go home? I was not very badly scared as I am not afraid of a storm not accompanied by wind, so I struck out for home. I do not know bow long I was on the way, but I do know it took me much less time time to put the windows down and close the doors. I found my brother by the window, having a good time. He said he heard the horses laugh and saw the bugs light their pipes, for that was all he knew of thunder and light ning. I was soaking wet when I reached home, and he thought it a pity I did not see the creek and ran right in it and got all wet. When mother returned home she scolded the older girls for leaving me and the neighbors laughed at them. My reward was to go to school for the next three montus, which I thought was the best reward I could receive, for I had then gone to school only a couple of months, although I was ten years old. —Maude Beard, Ninth Grade. Worthington, Minn. "With. Nose Tilted. (High School Credit.) The honors of my childhood bring pleasant m...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

(ilshes and sweep, then go on an errand or do something else for papa. The rest of the day was spent doing easy work. Thus I kept house for ten days, and when mama came home she said that I had done it very well. Papa told mother that I was a fine housekeeper and would soon be equal to her. I received an invi tation from my auntie, asking me to visit her. My aunt also sent me a ring, a blotting pad and an inkstand. These were a re ward for staying at home. From mother I received a book, pen and a new hat, and from papa a picture which represented a small girl frying some meat in a kitchen where the pans, pots and tins were all in order. Beside the picture he gave me four dollars to buy my ticket and candy. I went to my aunt's and spent a very pleasant week, although one day she made me stay at home to be housekeeper because she had to see a friend of her's in the next town. I always suspected that she did it only to see if I could do anything in housekeeping, although she said that ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

4 15he JOURNAL JUNIOR. Ma^e Harris Anson 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 writiu^s. There is no expense attached, and all are wi-lcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor respondence an I suggestion j from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. Leaders and Led. "IK/HAT connection does being on time and staying over time, doing what one is told and doing it quickly and 1 well, have with the making of millions? That is a question that a majority of tne boys are asking themselves these days—and a good many of the girls, too. When the answer has been figured out, it shows conclusively why there is so much room at the top. Perhaps the matter can best be Illustrated by a story of the late P. D. Armour. One of his clerks, a man who was good enough to keep, but not good enough to promote, complained t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

M^ mm^^\ ASON, I should like to see you a moment." I f^\ "All right, sir." i- * J So saying John Mason followed Professor Bates of gggfl the Evanston high school into the latter's office. What *" * conversation ensued is of no consequence in itself, but suffice it to say that on the 6th of June following John A. Ma son appeared on the stage of the Grand opera-house to represent his class as valedictorian. Thus was a hard working boy rewarded. Bereft of his father, the care of his mother and little brother devolved upon him. He had worked his way through the grades and the high school and now faced the world —a man. He had seen only eighteen years, but those few years meant so much to him. After the delivery of his essay his many friends thronged about him, among them being the representative from that district of congress, upon Whom the audience called for"a speech. He acquiesced and moved toward the center of the stage. He spoke or Mason's struggle to gain those honors and of his o...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

6 Hearts Were Sad Continued from the First Pag.*. fused. The big train rumbled in, my mother, brother and sister entered the car and I—l was left behind, wailing, "I am too little to be left behind." B Seventh Grade, —Theodore W. Thomson, Emerson School. 2023 Stevens Avenue. Black With Green and Yellow Stars. (Honorable Mention.) It was the last Friday in March and we of A Room were all ftgog with excitement, for the girls were to spell against the boys. As spelling is the only thing in whicn I am proficient I felt sure of winning and communicated my thoughts to thos« about me. I bragged and bragged, with the other girls to help me, and felt happy. Girls and boys were going down rapidly and I had begun to feej the joy to be found in a spelling match. Final ly the last girl except me took her seat and I was facing two or three boys. I then began to feel chilly, with a wild head ache. The room turned black and little green and yellow stars danced before my eyes. "Irritable" said the t...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

about this matter, began to call the dog, as the two of them were great companions. The dog, hearing her, arose and shook the cloths off that were tied about his head, and came walking to her as nice as you please. After that he was as well as any young dog and we all thought it was the chloroform that did it. I was very much disappointed at the first glance of him, as I thought he would be as much trouble as before, but the poor dog lived for two years afterwards, and then died from old age. , A Sixth Grade, iir", —Jessaline Osborne, Harrison School. 1819 Second Avenue N. H Pate, Were Unkind. Last summer my friend Harriet and I decided to get some fcloth and make dresses for the Fourth of July all by ourselves. She got blue cloth and I pink. Every day she came over to our house and we sewed on our dresses. We made them just alike, Harriet used black thread and I used white, so every little while we would have to change the thread in the machine and at last We broke it. On the Fourt...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 April 1901

8 ONLY ONE PERFECT IMAGE All Other Idols Defaced by the Invading; Mohammedans. It is a part of the Mohammedan creed to smash the noses of all idols they may come across. When they invaded India they defaced in this way every Hindoo god. A figure of Vishnu cut in green jade ■was buried in the bed of the Ganges dur ing this invasion, and is now preserved in a temple in Benares. It is the only perfect image left of all the old idols and its sanctity is such that the priests at Allahabad have offered for it its weight in gold, together wkh two magnificent ru bies, formerly the eyes of Buddba. But they cannot buy rt. HUMAN TEARS AS A REMEDY One of the Chief Ceremonies at Every Fnneral. The Persians still believe that human tears are a remedy for certain chronic diseases. At every funeral the bottling of the mourners' tears is one of the chief ceremonial rites. Each of fhe mourn ers is presented with a sponge with which to mop off his face and eyes, and after the burial these sponges are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOITISISL. PRICE TWO CENTS. ULTIMATUM FROM JAPAN Russia Must Leave Manchu ria or Fight. WILL FORCE A CRISIS Troops of All Powers Must Unite to Protect Manchuria. JAPAN PROBABLY HAS BACKING >ote to the < hinese Kniperor I» Re- Knrdeil us v Skilful Diplo mutic Move. Mmw York Sun Sooofaf Sm^rtc*. London, April 15. —Japan has issued an •Ultimatum to China that Russia must be ejected from Manchuria, the alternative being that occupation of that province shall become international instead of solely Muscovite. While directed to Emperor Kwang Su through Li Hung Chang, the ultimatum is undoubtedly meant for St. Petersburg. It is serving notice on the czar that he must abandon Manchuria or fight. t Diplomatic Triumph. The wording of the ultimatum does full credit to the reputation of Marquis Ito as the Bismarck of the orient. Beneath 'the flowery language is concealed the mailed fist. First presented as a peti- ■ tion, Japan's demand is now couched in words of command. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

$ COMBINE TO GRAB Powers Are Trying to Reduce China to Beggary. DISAGREE OVER THE INDEMNITY Effort to Have the ( Inima Reduced to the Xecetiary Ex penditure*. #»•*• York Sum Somolml Smrvlam. Washington, April 15.—The attempt which the United States government is making with the hearty co-operation of England and Japan to save China from being mulcted, with the possible conse quence of territorial dissolution, is meet ing with the determined opposition of the other nations. This government's endeavor to prevent a demand on China for the payment of |400,000,0U0 indemnity is not based on the broad contention that China cannot pay that amount, but on a more substantial ground. Under instructions from the state department. Special Commissioner Kockhill is trying to pereuade the foreign representatives at Peking that the claims for the transportation and subsistence of the allied forces sent to China should not include the cost of maintaining forces not engaged in the one great object for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 15, 1901, SOFTENS THE ROUGHEST HANDS MUNYON'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP Makes the Skin as Soft as Velvet WILL IMPROVE ANY COMPLEXION, NO MATTER HOW FAIR CHAPPED LIPS AND HANDS CURED IN A NIGHT. Will cure chafing and all skin irritations. Will cure pimples, blackheads and most facial blemishes. Will cure cuts, wounds and sores and allay inflammation. Will cure dandruff and all Jg scalp diseases. Will stop the falling out £sLJj@&? °t hair, give new vitality and vigor to the /*fiillii? roots, stimulating a fresh growth. - W^k ; BABY'S FRIEND. fyfgjkinir) £ A Mothers feel that no soap can be "too ■$os^ *Ji good" for baby, and in Munyon's Witch «Hr S^mik^ Hazel Soap they will find the ideal requis- Jajr \ M^p^, ite for baby's bath. For baby rash, teeth Wm -\"^T ""SK* -* n^ s Pots» thafing, hives, eruptions and Wfr •ftt^ymtjs 1^) a^ l*lose discomforting irritations which fwi 7^--^==^=s, are common to an infant, this soap is a '"ffl % , ' r^Lr^**' V_ blessing. It quickly r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

S£ IHEJOURNAL LUCIAN J. & MoLAIN, , MANAGER. EDITOR. THE. JOURNAL . la published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Buildln, Minneapolis, Minn. , i C J. Billion, 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 J0.35 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 Scents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAMiES OF AI)UKLS!S Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COXTI.MEU All papers are continued 'antil an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, mid until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS . : Subscriber*! will pleutte notify tUe Ollicc in every vune that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1901. ■f_- —"V r '^pHERE are so' many little dif- AS in our Suits, to lift X them from the common-place __ T _ ' that we couldn't tell of them M \~* A / •'here. But we do in our store. We 1 I— i VV do more, we show them and we do ■\l7Anr\P it cheerfully, whether you're Suit WUKUO hunting or not. O|\J Every day brings us • ' J^ \ : fresh arrivals in Suits; TT THE every day there is that M CTT T X neccessity of replenishing. II OU 1 1 New effects in open Jackets, Belt ■ V AM r\ Eton, New Vest" Effects, New: t\ IN D Walking Suits, Norfolk Suits. COSTUME Costumes OI IPQTTOIM I v^voiuiiiv^o \J LJ CO 1 1 \~) IN ! Fresh arrivals in Etamine, Foulard, l J Crepe de Chine, Canvas Cloth and ■ < Taffetas. Coats Latest effects in Taffeta Coats, Broadcloth Coats, Box Coats and Raglans. .. ,v.. ; ,>. Separate Skirts ■ Correct styles in cheviot, Etamine, Homespuns, Venetian, Taffeta and Brussels Net. ,-.•.:::-'- Waists, Silks and Cotton. ■': ;' v: j We'd like to prope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS A Musical Accusation—h. P. Forrest, charged viHtx the larceny of $42 worth of mu sical instrument* from the Guitar-Zither com ' pany, was held to the errand Jury Saturday by Judge Holt. Bail was fixed at $300. May • Holmes Arrested—May " Holmes waa arersted Saturday , by Detective Wil liams. She was detected la the act of "lift ing" a silk skirt in the New Store.. The woman says that her home 13 In Chicago. The police think that she is • ■well-known shoplifter. » • Pacific Coast Invaded—The Grlmsrud Shoe company, of this city, is making a bid for trade on the Pacific coast. :It has estab lished W. D. Webster, with a. force of five traveling salesmen, under him, In the Pacific coast territory. These men wIU solicit trade in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and northern California. _■ Importer* Alarmed—Joseph Kildall. of the Kildall Fish company, Is back from a trip to points on the New England coast. He says Importers view with much alarm the disposition of Minneapolis and other...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 15. 1901. YERXA The Prices for Tuesday Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart ...... 6c Fresh CoooanuU, each ................ 5c Fancy Lemons, doz 100 Strawberries, qt box .................. 26c Beets or Rutabagas, per peck.......... 6c Carrots or Parsnips, per peck 10c Chili Sauce, bottle 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Persian Dates, 1b.............. 5c California Figs, in one-pound pa....... 6c '■-'".-'■-■:■■■■. .' . ■ - ■ • ;;> *•?. . Plums Evaporated Japanese; great rIUmS bargain; lb !... 00 Peaches l^*r.& 7e Prunes Pb°? d. Camo. m! a: ..-.. 3ie Preserved Pears |sc or. Quart Jari 106 Jars fcOC Hominy ;a^!.^f....: 10c Lamp Chimneys ?aV* ur. ora: 4c Best Saver Kraut jar!?: 1 10c Garden Seeds p^v | c Da -»• Excellent Marrowfat, i§. ■ 691 per.can...._ .IBS Eggs Eggs Special lot of extra fine eggs. Taih<iU*« Extra standard, regular fI A I OmalOeS 12& c grade, for. can I 26 Indiana Parlor Matches, per doz boxes. 200 count 9c Our Potatoes fb. ebusLr ß ? st- F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

8 Tne worm of sport GOLF SEASON IS ON Plans and Prospects of the Various Clubs. HEW INTERURBAN CLUB FORMED 3ryn Mawr Club la Flourishing— What Miniltahda. Is DoinsT— Early Season Chatter. Borne take a Brassey ■when they play the • Game, Or with a Cleek carve out the way to Fame; And Some there be who but a Pencil-stub Have used, and yet have Got There just the Same. . , —From Golf. Millinery openings have a charm for the women and hat openings stir the men to a small degree, but the real thing was the golf opening on Saturday. During the past week a solitary player with his caddie now and then might be discovered trudg ing around the course, and occasionally a group of enthusiasts were seen getting their hands in on the links. On Saturday the playing was more general and by the first of May the afternoon exodus from town of the golf, fiend will be the regular thing. ' The >linikahda, Bryn Mawr and Merriani Park clubs each report that the greens came through the winter in fair sha...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, ISOI. Tne world of sport CYCLE PATHJLANS pld Great Northern Grade to Excel- j sior for a Path. ABOUT $22,000 TO BE SPENT Sale of Taßs Will Yield fIS.OOO— The County Will Spend About If'.OOO. The present season will note some very Important developments in the cycle path line in Minneapolis and vicinity. City, county and iiark board are to unite in an effort to make it a season of extraordinary j expansion in this regard. If the present I plans do not miscarry, instead of two! routes Into the country, there will be not I less than four, besides a notable develop ment in the business paths. It Is estimated that there will be about i $16,000 available this season from sale of; bicycle tags, all of which, of course, will be expended in the city. The county com- : missioners will probably donate some I $6,000 or $7,000 for outside work and the j park board will contribute its mite in the ; shape of repairs to existing paths, in its | jurisdiction and more or les...

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