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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

4 75he JOURNAL JUNIOR^ Mac Harris Anson 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 cor respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal*lor. ' "The Essence of Heroism." I I N'DER this title, Vice President Roosevelt recently wrote an article for the Youth's Companion, which should be read and treasured by all who wish to live their lives ably and cour ageously. Among other things in a long and interesting paper, Mr. Roosevelt says: There are two kinds of courage, moral and physical, and it is absolutely, essential- for a boy or man to have both if he wishes to keep his own self-respect and to deserve the respect of others. On the one hand, he must be able to master himself, to mas ter his own pass...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

6 City or Country? - £_____-__M__-_________W_____a_______-H_________________k._l Continued from the First Page. the birds have all arrived and the small dainty, leaves are ap pearing on the trees. Everything is fresh and pleasant and yet I would prefer the city life to this attractive place. The "city ' always offers a chance for one to improve his -mind. .There are the public schools, and although I. do : not condemn country schools, lam certain that the city schools are better. The edu cation we receive in the city schools is more modern and more ex tended. We have better buildings, better books and better 'teachers, but '. the best, part of the schools is that they are free and the poor have an equal chance with. the rich for. an educa tion. In the city we have our public library, which is a school of learning in itself. We have theaters and other places" of amusement. Although we do not see the green grass and flowers every day," many of us have small gardens near our ' homes an...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

have not been pruned into an arti ficial beauty, the flowers and shrubs, which grow as nature arranges them and the breezes which blow through forests and over fields do not carry with them the smell of smoke and other offending odors, but bring the perfume cf nature with them. These things people living in the country can enjoy every day and hour, while town folk must seek them at rare intervals. The fare, even though it may be slightly coarse in compar ison with what people usually eat in town, can be partaken of five times a day with relish by people who, in the city, would claim they alto gether lacked an appetite. Therefore, it seems to me that people living in town who could have their choice are robbing themselves of a happier life by not enjoying country life. Curtis Schindeldecker, y.iy: 1500 Fourth Street S. B Eighth Grade, Adams School. t_ As Xoisy as She Pleases. I should rather live in the coun try than in the city. I like the country better because it is more healthful...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

• 8. SENTINEL OF THE BIRDS Bine Heron Implicitly Trusted When on Guard. Forest and Stream. . One of nature's sharpest sentinels Is the blue heron.- Not only does he stand guard for himself and immediate rela tives, but he is unwittingly a sentry for j.her ' birds. Ducks and geese use him, end I ; have often ; wondered why sports men, - particularly duck and geese hunt ers," do not employ a decoy resembling a heron, or crane, as he is often errone ously called. I can assure the readers of Forest and Stream that the common .wooden or canvas decoy is not to be compared with a neatly mounted blue fceron as a lure , for the feathered gob blers.- Not far from where I boarded on au tumn, was a reedy, muddy lake, a; per fect paradise for; waterfowl. Where the wood road bordered on' the lake, was a small brook that often afforded a good bag of game. I would reach the brook Some mornings perfectly certain that no one had preceded me, yet would not hear a solitary quack. I would also notice th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURSSL. PRICE TWO CENTS. STARTS ON HIS LONG JOURNEY President's Tour to Pacific Coast. HAS A SPECIAL TRAIN It Will Be the President's Home Un til June 15. ABOUT 40 COMPOSE THE PARTY Short . Stops Scheduled To-day in Virginia—First Important Visit at MemphlM. Washington, April 29.—The train which Is to carry President and Mrs. McKinley and their party on their long excursion across the continent and back started at 10:30 o'clock to-day over the Southern road. When the president and Mrs. Me- Kinley arrived the station was thronged, and there was a cheer as the president's party drove up. ■ The party included Secretary Gage, Sec retary Root, Senator Hanna, Justice Mc- Kenna, General Miles, General Corbin, General Sternberg, Secretary White of the American embassy in London, Commis sioner of Pensions Evans, Controller Dawes, General Bates, Assistant Post master General Shallenberger, Congress man Livingston and many ladies of the cabinet circle. The party consisted of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

; 2 NOT AN EGG THROWN Professor Herron and His Friends Were Apprehensive. SOCIETY AGAIN ANATHEMATIZED A Big Crowd Listen* at Brooklyn- Bails of Charges Against - ■- Herron. Mew York Sun Sneclal Service New York, April 29.—Under the intro duction of Boltou Hall, George D. Herron, from whom so many people have fled dur ing the past week, lectured in Brooklyn last evening at the Park theater. The audience was a big one. Two policemen stood at the entrance to the theater and scrutinized everybody who entered, and there were detectives about the doors. A change had been made also in the tneater. Last week only the chair man, one of Mr. Herron's assistants, sat upon the stage. Last evening the stage was full of chairs, which were occupied by men and women who were invited to sit there. One of the lecturer's admirers and A regular attendant in the audience ob perved that the managers had evidently called upon some of Herron's friends to sit around him to stave off the possible throwing of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

MONDAY.""EVENING, APRIL 29, 1901. Tf X A Oil Legitimate kJmfli%# H| L Investment We Make No Baseless Promises—Learn the Facts, then Judge. *""""""" > g^m mm B II Near Beaumont Illli 111 iII mi ■■^■W ■■«..■ '' H^B>y nil BhAIIA Texas all within yii ill We la a radius of one | ■»» W WIIV mile, produce six '• times as much oil per day as all the oil wells in California coin- [\ ■' :B^^^ '! bined, and more than twice as much as those in Pennsylvania. ' llK^iflilil "•■•*■■ '-' '" ~Mm>§ '^l- •' (This statement is made on the authority of the "Manu- '< vW^^^^'^:->^'^"V^^^M »' facturers' Record," of Baltimore, a leading investment journal.) ! : ' Vji '' These great wells are all within one and one-half mile from \ * c t/ *svV* , H^H| ■!; the property of the Saratoga Oil and ' Pipe Line Co. One of ' }> ■' / •;. • '-V l':\l^ns®fW i '! them, the Beatt Well, sold the other day for $1,250,000, and is ' ? '^^^^^-•-' ">w^w j! only a little over one-half mile from the well now b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

r S " - THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, iJ. S. McLAIN. MANAGER./ ">,' •! EDITOR. : THB JOURNAL. In published every;.- evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building,. Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building.' CHICAGO OFFICE— 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 m0nth5...."...;.....".. 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, ode m0nth............35 cents •Single; copy .....................V 2 cents CHANGES OF I ADDRESS :7-^ 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1901. Sale of High-Class Tailor-Gowns • Miss Quinlan, who is now m the New York market, has secured, about two hundred handsome tailor-made suits, at much less than the makers' actual cost. The entire purchase is ( now on sale. These suits are made of.selected'materials especially for us, in every way up to our usual :standard of quality, and include Street Gowns; Walking Suits and. ; Foulard Silk Costumes. At d^ -| CO Some unusually good values in tailor " •-P I / •J\J made suits and walking suits, effects 3 1 / in black and colors. At (£ f\ f^ C\C\ Choice of the new fancy Eton 6uits, tight fit j) 1 W •VJvJ ting and reefer effects,handsome waiting suits ; * / i and new foulard silk dresses. Nearly every . Z~*t _J suit would be good values at 835 ami #37.50. At Ct /*N f~\ Cf\ The new Eton suits, fitted effects; ny front ■ J) lIJ% j\J coat suits, some with taffeta drab skirts,otHers ■^ / II of the Men's-wear cloths, unlined skirts, best Lmm^ \~J materials, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS .Small Capital Stock—The Minneapo lis College of Physicians and Surgeons lias filed amended articles of ; incorporation, c re ducing its capital stock to twenty-five shares tot $25 each. For the Urand Jury — Nick Vacos, Jharged with grand larceny in the first de ree, was held to the grand jury Satur ay by Judge Holt. It is alleged that Vacos Itole a watcii and chain from a St. Paul man V few nights ago, and that the property was Jound oii him when arrested. Representatives in Town — Repre lentatives James a Larson of Redwood coun ty and George J. Malloy of Duiuth were in lowa Saturday. There was a sort of an extra legislative session when Representatives Wallace, Morris and Deming Joined the Hrangers, who were accused of being afraid io go home. They laughingly resented the liiarge. They are in town on private affairs. It Was Miss Ostra—The decomposed remains of a-woman, who has been identified us SelnM Ostra of Minneapolis, were taken from the Mississippi river at St. P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1901. YERXA, These for Tomorrow. Fresh Assaragus, large bunch. 10c Good Parlor Broom 19e 10-lb bag Cornmeal lie Jelly, large pails 3oc Freeh Pineapples 18c Cranberries, per quart 7c Strawberries, :>er c.t 20c Pure leaf lard, per lb 10c $ lbs good Dried Peaches for 25c Good California Prunes, lb S^c Evaporated Japanese Plums, lb 5c Fancy Evaporated Peaches, lb 7c Persian Dates, lb '. oc California Figs, 1 lb blocks, each 6c Good Creamery Butter from 22c lb up. Batavia Catsup, bottle 18c Indiana Parlor Matches, do« 9c Hand Picked Navy Beans, quart 6c Fresh Cocoanuts, each oo Beets or Rutabagas, per peck 6c Parsnips, per peck 10c Chili Sauce, bottle 10c Salad Dressing, bottle 10c Good sized, thin-skinned, California Lemons, 8c dozen. Preserved Fears jc. oc. Quart jars I3f jars £OC Hominy fo?°f bee 10c Lamp Chimneys %£. A™. Best Saver Kraut !aV our 10c Tain«lma> Extra standard, regular "I 1 _ i011131085l- for! can I2C Our Potatoes BVStt* ™ m A A . N Very ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

8 Tne world of sport 3ome Minneapolis Chauffeurs and Their Machines PHOTOS BY A. S. WILLIAMS. . ■■ -. - ' t ■ *.». '_;.._ . •-- 'niißmflmMMML „— _ :-■*.*■•:■*■■* ■ t- ■ b■- /' S-\ ■ .' ■<- ■.•■/.■■'■■'■,.,...■■;. - .... ■■ ■*%, Vk X* CLARK AND HIS ELECTRIC. GOLFERS VERY SHY Blushes Follow Mention of Scores at Minikahda. WHAT GOLF PLAYERS ARE DOING JKiailcahda Grounds being Made More Difficult—Many Flay at Bryn Mawr—Golf Gossip. i _____________ There is a modest lot of young men at the Minikahda clvb —that is, they are somewhat diffident when, they are out at the club, and especially when they are playing golf. For the most part, they have a poor Idea of their playing ability. Although there are said to have been some very clever bouts on the links thus early in the season, not a word will they cay when asked about their prowess. Their constant effort seems to be to be little their knowledge of golf, and when you ask them about their scores they shut up like clams. John W. See, ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1901, The world of sport CONTINUE TO LOSE Minneapolis Gives Two Exhibition Games to Omaha. . -V EXCELLED IN BATTING SUNDAY But the , Work of the Infield Was Very Ramped—Trouble With ■ the Umpire. 1 Beall's men batted hard yesterday, out batted .the Omahas in the number and length of their, hits, j but the ragged work of the infield, which is broken up by the absence! of , Short-stop Cockman, gave the exhibition game.to the pork-packing nine. It -was not * a warm game by., any means and • was only remarkable from | the man ner, In which each team set the pace ' for the other from the first to the i last. / There were about -2,000 rooters out and as the game -was not exciting they tried to pick a row with' Umpire "Buck" Kieth. There were two outbreaks," but the um pire remained master of 'the field. Cap tain Glasscock was out of the game and Pitcher Ferguson covered first base. He made no i errors which could be charged to him, but eight chances are too few f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

Iff WHEAT STARTS THE WEEK WITH A SHARP BREAK Three Successive Declines Carried the Market Down i 3-4 C, May Selling at 72 3-4 C. LIVERPOOL HAD A LOWER CLOSE Very Little Southwest Damage Talk —Flax Was a Leadtna: Fea ture To-day. Mlnne&polia Chamber of Commerce, April 29.—Wheat had a sharp break to start the week. Saturday's gain of l%c was wiped out. May sold down to 73c and July struck 74% c. At the opening the market was oft %®%c with the first trades In May at 74% c. This was in line with Liverpool. That market carried its bull turn to another advance opening %d higher, but reaction came and Liverpool had a decided slump, losing the iast advance and closing %d under Saturday. Corn was weaker. In our market the trade s«emed hesitating at first, and in doubt as to whether to follow the opening trend or not. The market held steady for a short time at the lower opening, but on later realising mads a quick break. Some attempt was made to rally and the price was worked back %c, but...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 29 April 1901

1-ONDAY EVEKTNG, APRIL''29, 1901. I WANT ADS ON PAGES 11, 12. Building: Permit-. "_ ,-', 5. E. Rogers, 516-518 Hennepin * ay, ■; alterations and repair 5..........; $15,000 ■ Frank J. Kerner, S3 Seventh street 8,.. . ■ ; one-story brick 5t0re..:...:...*..'. 1,.-'.; ' 1,200, A. J. Sampson, 1315 Fourth avenue S, * four-story brick flats 17,000 L W. and Frank M. Joyce, 310 Grove ■ land avenue, two-story, brick-veneer . dwelling and brick frame barn 20,000 V. W. Voorhes, Jr., 809 Bassett place, ■ two-story dwelling ..: 1,000 O. H. Haadain, 1907 Newton avenue X, l^S-story dwelling 1,100 . . . Births. ■ ■.- ,-. - -, Mrs. Paul Northby. 1022 2Gth ay S ....boy Mrs. Alfred Petterson, 239 21st ay 5... boy Mrs. John Engquist, 3714 Stevens av.......b0y Mrs. A. G. Vanstrum, 2919 3d ay S girl Airs. Joe Popisil, 1903 Washington ay 5....b0y Death*. - - ' Mary A. Blizzard, 1622 Ist ay S, S9 years. Axel A. Thorberg, 230S Oakland ay, 42. years. Adolph. F. Elliot, West hotel, 64 years. Elijah Allan Harm...

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

12 WANTS-Pages 11,12. ; Continued. FOR SALE—THREE SHARES PERMANENT stock in Guaranty Savings and Loan Asso ciation. Minneapolis; worth $37.50, will sell tor $25. Address X., box 312, Kasson. Minn. <£<e*s><s><jx«*s>s><^<B>^^ <$> • ■ ■ ■. - . <$• vj> IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT <j> <& <$> The American . Mining .-Investment «> <$> Company is preparing a new surprise <$> <«> for its "Kettle-Curlew," . "Boundary <§> <«> Camp" and "Queen Bee" sharehold- <|> <j» era, <§> vj> and -<§> <S> ' ' ' *> <$> The National Mining Promotion Com- 1 <$> <£• pany is in like manner In a few <£> <•> days to make a sensational" announce- <§> <^>: meut to "Union Consolidated" share- <§> <$> holders. <$> <«> «*> ?Ji<S»!: ■:_.: ■• ■ £ <s> ■•■■'". •"■-■.• . <$> ' <j> General Manager C. R. Tuttle, <£...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

THE MXNNEAPOLISr^URNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. FARIBADLT I PLAN URGED : Archbishop ' Ireland .Is in Washington. PHILIPPINE ; EDUCATION But Secretary Root Will Consider the Question Carefully. KNOX TAKES UP McKENZIE CASE President McKinley Win Be in formed of Dead and Down Timber Operations. A From The Journal Bureau, Boom 46. ■ -Port Building, Waiititn/ton. Washington, April 30.—Archbishop Ire land is in Washington, and he has had several conferences with Secretary Root and other officials of the war department relative to education in the Philippines. The archbishop is urging the permanent adoption of the Faribault system in the islands. The system has been put in operation there, but Archbishop Ireland ■wants to be sure that it Is continued.-' -.A. number of protests have been re ceived, however, which have caused Sec retary i Root to consider • the question thoroughly before taking any flnel steps. The,' archbishop takes ' the [ ground that the prevailing , religion, in the islands is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

THE MINISTEAPOLISn^aiTRNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. FARIBAULT PLAN URGED Archbishop Ireland Is in Washington. PHILIPPINE EDUCATION But Secretary Root Will Consider the Question Carefully. KNOX TAKES UP McKENZIE CASE l>r«sident McKinley Will Be In formed of Dead and Down Timber Operations. .From The Journal Bureau, Boom AS, ■ .Port Building, Waiuint/tvn. Washington, April 30.— Archbishop Ire land is in Washington, and he has had several conferences with Secretary Root and other officials of the war department relative to education in the Philippines. The archbishop is urging the permanent adoption of the Faribault system in the Islands. The system has been put in operation there, but Archbishop Ireland Wants to be sure that it is continued.* A number of protests "havel.""been re- Ceived, however, which have caused Sec retary Root to consider the question thoroughly before taking any flnel steps. The archbishop takes the ground that the prevailing religion in the islands is Catholic, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 30 April 1901

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