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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

12 MONDAY AT 10:30 1 2 O'CLOCK. AUCTION SALE OF 1,500 Oriental y ' .■■■■• ■'" * ,• -. . ■ Rugs! None Reserved —all go to Highest Bid ders Regardless of Value. ..A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.. These rugs are the property of the Oriental Trad ing- Co. of New York and Chicago—consigned to us to be turned into \ money at once—sacrificed at any price which will bring the cash. All who have attended the exhibition declare this to be the finest lot ever brought to this city. Maud® They include all the famous / ■t®aJffmM .Ottoman Empire Creations, ISmS^^F^ distinctively PERSIAN and : //^MHHRVj TURKISH, including: JL iHHr^^K \ SHRs, Kerraansnaiis, •sal BL^i. y^=/ Sennes, Bohliaras, ■Hiflk s V Shirasz, earners Hair, Ji J& Mcccas' Kurdlsians, ] ©OAT Of ARMS> WC., EtC. EtC., EtC. (Sales: Every morning; »nd afternoon 10:30 a. m. and 2 p. m. at the Carpet and Rug: Depts, of The Minneapolis Dry Goods Co SPORTS HOCKEY PI*AYKRS GET VEX Minneapolis Players Defeat the St. Paul Men in Fast Game. Tbe M...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

PART II ,/ 7. ■"■■'/' . AND JOURNAL JUNIOR : Old Oix^Hardrs^—^—iftlinnetcmKa tf|||m|| , „ - mm N| || t § r||r ■hiiwiiihhhiJml > A.5 ■ WILLIAKS. g A SIJOWSAU.IIIG JQUST. /7 » " —__!^!—l , A^AITIH(J TOR THE ICE-BOAT^. 7-""^^ " : "^^11153 nYRTICE WILCOX SAILIKG THE EDKAy^ : ~^ J^A.-C-PAML-'WHo SRID^f TOBOGGAn,^! Q^TMSLEI?HER^AILEDBYKftIFHWILCQXI^g; ATI ICE-BOAT PARTY "^ ' Old CrcKard X Minivetoivßa B. 08. IN THE SOUTHWEST A Hurried View of New Orleans—How the Southern Pacific Avoids the Prohibition Laws of the Various Texas Counties. Log Angeles, Dec. 30, l'.tOO. —It seems rather unnecessary to go into a guide book liisseriaiiou on .New Orleans and the customs of its people. Many of you have beeu there, and all others are referred to the big building on the corner of Tenth end Hennepin for further information. To sum it all up in a. snap-shot sort of way, the men must want a close shave every THE NEW SPEAKER IN S.D. t p"<^wwsft i'|* r" " ■■■- '^«r A. G. Somers, of Strouseton, S. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

.-» In Labor's Field DELEGATESTOB.T.C. Various Labor Unions Elect New Representatives. OMAHA PAINTERS HAVE SPLIT A. <J. Ualnbridse Will Try to Mend the BrenU—Mr. Mort-y Speaks. Following is a Uat of the delegates elected Thursday night by the different unions to the Building Trades Council. Many of the delegated have been re elected: Practical atone masons, Arthur W. Field, P. F. Jordan, Peter Carlson; car penters and Joiners, Henniug Stubee, Phil Oarlin. L. F. Blakefield; bricklayers, D. A. Murphy, Willain Harold, Harnian E. Johnson; paper hangers, E. L. Sly, C. T. Frye, G. H. Hesketh: bridge and struc tural iron workers, Paul Murch, George Flaers, B. Cafferty; mason tenders, George Peck, John Kerney, A. R. Burley; plaster ers, William Exworthy, Thomas Hoy, James McLoughlin; painters and decora tors and paper hangers, A. G. Bainbridge, El W. Price; electrical workers, F. U. Bell, j. J. Reynolds; amalgamated wood workers, Charles Sather, William Burk, B. F. McCutcheon; electricia...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 12, 1901. V Books and Authors •'O»-«-r«'»»-« »'«»■«'■»»............... .....■...■.■.■..»..-»-.....■.,. ». t .....,...»( i :' THE LITERARY OUTLOOK AUTHORS SECRETS—HOW BOOKS ARE WRITTEN—SOME: PECULIAR METH ODS—SPEED IN WRITING—STORIES OF SOME PRESENT DAY WRITERS— ; THE ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS. BWBffiJP'' t Correspondence of The Journal. - |===— ,EW YORK, Jan. 10.— the most of us, the manner, of writing a book and the jlk^Bl means employed by the author in the production of his work is a profound I^lil secret. We have an idea perhaps that an author writes at a book much as . jl^^ I we used to write at school compositions, only with a greater love of his work ftiJOTaJI and a better faculty of —otherwise how would books ever get written. Grant one a gifted imagination, untold knowledge of books and men and unlimited experience of life, and you have the ideal author, but for the reason that . one person can be responsible for so much In this world, the ideal aut...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

,:f THE JOURNAL. LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE: JOURNAL Is published •▼cry evaoing, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street > South, Journal : BulldiQK, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. '• " ' 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 . ' : Subscriber* will please notify the office in ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATUKDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 190 L _. GOV. WHITE'S HELPMEET Mrs. White Is a Woman of Marked Individuality and Influence and Won a High Place for Herself in Educational Circles Before Her Marriage. Special to The Journal. Valley City, X. D., Jan. 11.—The per sonage at a governor's wife is always in teresting to the public. Especially is this true if the governor just emerging from the ranks to assume the reins of government Is accompanied by a wife who has not made her social mark. To Xorth Dakotans, the wife of the young governor, Inaugurated on the Bth inst., is both inter esting and attractive, not simply because she is the governor's wife and first lady of the state, but because of an individuali- ty and influence all her own and because she is worthy of their consideration for her own sake. Mrs. White was bora in 1864 in Clinton county, Ohio, whence in childhood her par ents moved into Indianapolis. Her an cestry is the best Quaker stock in Ameri ca. On one side the family runs...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

ft " s&'' SYNOPSIS OP PRECEDING CHAPTERS, Norman Holt, favorite son of an old Ken tucky family, Is reprimanded at West Point for duelling and Is withdrawn by his high spirited father. His home coming in the winter of 1860 is celebrated by an old-fash ioned Kentucky Christmas gathering. Among the guests are Daisy Lane, daughter of Dr. Holt's lawyer, and J. Burnett Malloy, both of Cincinnati. The latter brings letters of Introduction from Lane's partner, Mr. Mc- Zntyre, and is courteously received, ' but •.rouse* the Jealousy of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lane. Malloy separates Miss Lane from the main party during a fox bunt and at the Christmas ball, the samo • veiling, affects an air of proprietorship dis tasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to his rival, Norman Holt. But all ill feeling is forgot ten when, at midnight, all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch, which cere mony Is Interrupted by a midnight messenger, 'Who announces the dangerous illness of Judge ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1901. THEATERS. 11i1.1.s or THK WEEK "A Lady of Uualitj" and "Sher lock Holme*"— at the. Metropolitan. "The Heart of Maryland"—at the Bijou. "Mill Xew . York, . Jr.*—at the Dew* jr. . In making her initial appearance as a Btar in this city, Eugenic Blair, supported by a strong company, will present Stephen „ vvi Townsend's dramati* "A LADY OP ; zation of Mrs. Fran >*:•.". ces Hodgson Bur- QUALITY." netfs famous novel, , -ritiiv'j; "A Lady of Quality," for an engagement of four nights and Wednesday matinee at the Metropolitan, opening to-morrow night. The play deals with, the. subject of the right of a. woman who has fallen, to rise again; to maintain her'self-respect and to work out her complete redemption. Miss Blair's interpretation of r the stel lar role Is not only a profound study of ■ EUGENIE BLAIR. In "A Lady of Quality" at the Metropolitan the first part of next week. character, but a notable exhibition of act ing. Another adjunct of the prod...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

SATUKDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1901. THEATERS. 11l 1.1, 0F THE WEEK "A Lady of Quality" and "Sher lock Holme*"—at the Metropolitan. "The Heart of Maryland"—at the j Bijou. ••Miss. Sfow York, Jr."—ijt the Dewey. In making her initial appearance as a star in this city, Eugenic Blair, supported by a strong company, will present Stephen Townsends dramati "A LADY OP zation of Mrs. Fran ces Hodgson Bur- QUALITY." uett's famous novel. "A Lady of Quality," for an engagement of four nights and Wednesday matinee at the Metropolitan, opening to-morrow night. The play deals with the subject of the right of a woman who h-as fallen to rise again; to maintain her'self-respect and to work out her complete redemption. Miss Blair's Interpretation of the stel lar role is not only a profound study of HHSPP* «■;• ' BT-«' mWWl^yftMm wBb EUGENIE BLAIR. In "A Lady of Quality" at the Metropolitan the first part of next week. character, but a notable exhibition of act ing. Another adjunct of the production wh...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

_/S_, What Villard Did for the Northwest : ■„■'.' V ' ■ " : : There are threa things which make .": : j 5 : a nation ' great and ; prosperous, a : , m fertile soil, busy workshops and easy : ', j, conveyance of men and goods from : I" place to place. \. : •:-. ■ —Lord Bacon. : ■ ?■' ■ ...! . . .. . ... ■■ ■ . . - '\\- LAIRVOYANT ■ powers are un [SPgjj necessary in order to read the Ifl future of the north and of Ilk it 3 commercial capital, the yits commercial capital, the S^j twin cities. The manifest teaching of the past and of present con ditions is that the northwest has, entered upon a century of greatness, prosperity in creasing commercial stability. The na tive •wealth, of the territory coupled with; >8 Hp?*; t .^P^ • Tram liATE HENRY VILLARD. Its magnificent systems of railroads whloh furnish the easy conveyance of men and goods of which the philosopher speaks leaves no room for doubt. The northwest ern belt between th? great lakes and Pa cific waters is the great transco...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

The Journal Junior In Time of Need Minneapolis Juniors Have Been Either of Great Assistance or a Nuisance to Their Mothers. •# *? * * -f^TS^^OME helped their mothers by request, others because they wanted to surprise her or because it was a nov- , elty and one Junior played the role of assistant cook gSgyg; "partly because I wanted to and partly because I had 1 " ' to." Though boys are generally exempt from cooking and dish washing the editor was pleased to find that in most cases they were equal to the occasion, even when it came to cake making, which often bothers even grownups. The first cake or batch of bread often caused some member of the family to make a flying trip to the nearest bakery; sometimes the outward ap pearance was all right, but the proof of cake and bread, like the pudding, is the eating. A number of the girls wished they had ■ brothers on whom they could shift the task of splitting or bring ' ing in wood and some of the boys thought that a sister might be desira...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

2 ihowers. This fad or novelty had been recently introduced and It had been kept up for about two weeks before our class decided to tender our teacher an apple shower. Accordingly on an ap pointed day the members of our class all came to school carrying apples with them. Before school was called they could be seen polishing them until they shone very brightly. We had arranged it so that at half past 2 o'clock we were to roll them to the front of the room. Now and then an apple would accidentally fall out of the desk onto the floor and snick ering could be heard all through the room. The time lagged on and every minute seemed longer than usual. Almost all of the eyes were intent upon the clock rather than upon our books. At twenty-five minutes past 2 the pupils became quite excited and many of us had our apples ready in hands, wnen suddenly the door opened and a boy, from one of the lower grades, came in • with a notice from the principal which declared that there were to be no more ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

the tree to the schoolhouse. When we had planted our trees we were to recite our pieces outdoors beside one of the biggest, trees. I was the third on the program and when I was called I know I blushed, but I went up just the same. However, I forgot to bow before I began and when I was through I did not remem ber it until I was very near to my seat, nevertheless I bowed then, so that all the scholars began to laugh at me. I did not laugh, for I was too much ashamed of myself. I did not go to school the next day for fear of being laughed at by the other scholars, and I did not have any piece to recite from memory after that day until the next year. —lielma Oseth, Eighth Grade. Warren Minn. * ■ The Cure Proved Effective. Of all school day reminiscences there is one which stands out most prominently in my mind. It was In my first year of schooling, when I witnessed the strangest scene I ever saw in a schoolroom. Some pupils had the habit of sleeping every Mon day morning instead of work...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

4 JOl/R"NAL 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 fifth grade, and is de voted principally to their own writings. There is no expense attached, and all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage coi> respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Jucior. A Typical Western Man In the death of Philip Danforth Armour we have lost a typical western man, successful to a degree, resourceful, public spirited, and possessed of a heart that understood and sym pathized with the joys and sorrows and weaknesses of humanity, high and low. Usually when a man changes from one sphere of work to another, and that several times in his life, he is not a great suc cess in any one. But Mr. Armour was successful in everything he attempted. He worked hard for it. He studied the subject thor oughly from the ground...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

">>\? Q^ ARCTIC $$$$&£ **""\ I OCEAN /^ > PACIFIC -^\T^BMt %^|P^S?^> f V^ /^x~?^\^ eqwtow, r-- V , y imnn.ir,t.nj6 *" OCEAN OCEAN f^'JS^ OCEA - , ___ __ _^ . 1. IVk ixijf—Trouble still threatens over the signing of the note which the powers presented to China. The empress has forbidden her accredited envoys signing, several viceroys of the southern provinces having petitioned her to refuse her sanction. The envoys on the other hand have informed the empress that it is utterly impossible for China to refuse tne settlement now; that her first orde"r approving the signature was communicated to the powers, making it too late to change, and that her present act will break off all friendly relations and lead to a renewal of military operations There is more or less uneasiness over the intentions of Russia. The latter government has all along denied all idea of annexing Chinese territory, but it fs now found that her rule over Manchuria is a Russian protectorate In every th...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

6 In Time of Need By Minneapolis Juniors Continued from First Page. statuette and seated myself in the armchair to think. The article in my hand could not possibly be recognized as the likeness of the poet mentioned and I looked at the fruit of my "carefulness" with mingled feelings of disgust, discouragement and pity, pity for the owner of the statuette as well as for myself. Then a bottle of mucilage on the writing desk coupled itself with my misfortune and I immediately set to work pasting the broken bits together. The front of the face had a terrible crack and when I touched it it cracked more, and finally came off. But, saddest of all, the foot was broken off and a great gash reached to the center of the head. After spilling about half the fluid I managed to fasten the face to the place where the foot belonged and the foot where the face belonged. But as this unaccommodating piece of plaster and mucilage then refused to stand on its face I did not waste any more nerve force on ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

X o'clock. I built fhe lire and had dinner all prepared and the . table set when she came home. She was well pleased and repaid me by letting me have a party- in the afternoon. I seldom have disastrous times when helping mother, bat if I do it Is caused %y my breaking dishes. ' —Margaret Nelson, A Sixth Grade, 2417 Monroe Street NE. Van Gleve School. ! « In the Hurry of Threshing- Time. When I was a very little girl we lived in the country. When the wheat was ready to thresh we had men come to help. There Were always about fourteen of them and they managed to get there in time for dinner or some other meal. I was old enough to help put the dishes on the table and as mama and the girl were very busy I was told I might do that This day was an unlucky day for me, for I broke three plates, cups and saucers, etc. When mama washed the dishes, I wanted to wipe them and she let me, and then I broke some more. That ended my helping her with the dishes, but I brought wood in and water and ran...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 12 January 1901

8 A DEBT WEJME CHINA Many of Oar Parlor Gamed Come From That Country. Instead of bishops and knights, Chi nese chess has a general, secretaries, ele phants, horses, chariots, cannon and sol diers. There is also a river between the opposing forces. But otherwise the game is very similar to its distant and—accord ing to Chinese ideas—degenerate descend ant played by ourselves. There are six ty-four squares on the board and sixteen pieces on each side. Chess originated in China, B. C. 1120. Kites in China, says Answers, are gen erally square-shaped. They are the uni versal amusement of all ages and classes. Our kite flyers might take many hints in kite flying from Chinese boys. The light silk string and the reel to wind it on are much ahead of our rough cord pulled in by hand. Kite flying comes here as a spring amusement, a custom apparently direct from China, where any one flying a kite at another season would be laughed at. Pegtop schoolboys owe to Chinese in len tors. But Chinese bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURltii^ PRICE TWO CENTS. PICKED HER UP BODILY A Sensational Abduction At tempted on Hennepin. BIG MAN GRABS A GIRL And Carries Her Two Blocks in His Arms. ALARM GIVEN AND HE ESCAPES Alice Smith, the Victim, <-"an Give but Little D?N<-rii>tiou ol Him. An abduction case rivalling in its bold ness the reoeiu Cudahy case occurred in Minneapolis at 6 o'clock this morning on Hennepin avenue and Fifth street. Miss Alice Smith, the prettiest little waitress in the Merchants' cafe, 246 Heu nepin avenue, while on her way to the restaurant this morning, was picked up at Hennepin avenue and Fifth street and carried bodily by an unknown man for two blocks. Because of her fright she was at flrsc unable to make any outcry. As soon as she regained her presence of mind, however, and could find her voice, she creamed loudly and her abductor hastily placed her on the ground and escaped. Miss Smith declares that the man came up behind her. She did not hear him ap proach nor d...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 January 1901

2 ised the passage of the Sisseton and Wah petou annuity in return for Indian vote* for republican legislative candidates in South Dakota, Mr. Burke says there is no truth whatever in it. No promises were made in connection with this or the pay- uient of the $150,000 which he is trying to secure. "As a matter of fact, ' said Mr. Burke, "many Indians last November voted the democratic ticket as ihey have always done." w, W. Jermane. John X. Hughes of Cedar Hapids. lowa, has been admitted to practice before the supreme court. Kuial free delivery service has been ordered established. Feb. i, at Beloit. Rook county; Chippewa Falls, Chippewa county; Madison, Dane county: Reedaburg, S.auk county, and Stanley, Chippewa county, Wis., and at Letts, Louisa county, lowa. i Dispatches from West Point state that Ca dets Finn of Cleveland, Le Sueur county, Minn., and Lymau of Mitchell. S. D., failed in their studies and were,discharged from the academy. Neither Representatives Heatwole nor Burke ...

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