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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

§ Normannahcimcn GARDENING TAUGHT Sweden's School Gardens Are Uniqu© Institutions. THE SECRET SOCIETY PROBLEM It Will Come Before the Auguitans Swedish \ Lutheran Confer •nee at Jamestown. Interesting accounts on the school gar dens of Sweden are supplied in the official reports of Axel Georgii, vice consul gen eral gt Stockholm, and Robert S. S. Bergh. consul at Gothenburg. Aside from the more advanced study of agriculture at the large experiment ground near Stockholm belonging to the Royal Academy of Agri culture, the botanical gardens in connec tion with the universities of Upsala and Lund and agricultural high schools at Vltuna and Alnarp, which correspond to a grtat extent to the state agricultural colleges in this country, much general in struction is given in school gardens main tained by agricultural societies, and pri vate associations assisted by the govern ment. The different parishes must grant the nec essary ground tor these gardens, which con tain th« usual culinary he...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SATURDAY EVEXTXG, MAY It 1901. ROSALYNDE'S LOVERS By MAURICE THOMPSON AUTHOR OF "ALICE OF OLD VIXCENNES," "A TALLAHASSE GIRL," "SWEETHEART MANETTE," ETC. VI. Breyten all at once found himself timid, uneasy, foolishly hesitating in front of | the house on Wabosh street. That is, he was girl-shy, and actually felt like running away. Ho had dismounted from his bicycle in front of the gate, had even leaned it agains the fence, and was gazing up the walk with an expression of countenance not significant of any settled purpose. Indeed, he looked like a big boy suddenly stricken with embar rassment. He stuffed his hands Into the pockets of his bicycling coat; with one of them he fumbled the little red book, while he thought of the handkerchief in his cap. and stood by the gate as if half afraid to open it. A distinct sense of relief caused his ftu-eto assume somewhat Its accustomed expression when he saw an elderly gentleman come round an angle of the house, and, cane iii hand, approach hi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

10 AS SEEN BY KNAPP Chairman of Interstate Commerce Commission on R.R. Combines. THEY MAY PROVE DESIRABLE Anti-Trust Lair to Blame— Vari ance With Principles Govern ing- Transportation. New York, May 11. —An Interesting Interview on the results of the recent large railway" combinations ■ has been granted by Martin A. Knapp, chairman of the interstate commerce commission, to the Journal of Commerce. . There is no evidence that the railway com bination* recently effected, or those said to be in contemplation, are in conflict with the act to regulate commerce. So long as the roads remain "different," that Ib, in dependent and competing, they are forbidden to pool their traffic or revenues, but there is nothing in this law to prevent their cor porate unification or a community of owner ship in their securities. The necessity for these combinations, or the inducement to form them, is partly, at least, the result of the decision of the su preme court that the antitrust law applies to rail...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

SArUBDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1901. JULY WHEAT QUIET AND STEADY AROUND 72c The Bearish Government Report Was Well Discounted in the Previous Declines. HEAVY AUSTRALIAN SHIPMENTS Export Inquiry Developing, and Some Unfavorable Talk. Coming From Kansas. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 11.—The bearish government report, coming out late yesterday, had the effect to open wheat a fraction lower this morning and bring a general feeling of dullness and hesi tation into the market. No material decline followed, however, for the reason that the report had been discounted in the declines of the earlier part of the week. With condi tions placed at 94.1, showing an improvement of 2.C points since the April government re port, and the winter wheat acreage now standing estimated at 7.7 per. cent larger than the acreage harvested last year, the report was considered very bearish, yet not much more so than had been expected, in view of the continued good crop news of the past fortnight. July opened...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

vs PROBLEM OF VACANT LOTS It Worries Taxpayers in a City of Such Great Area as Minneapolis—The Garden Solution. "■Brooklyn of the west" Is & term fre quently applied to Minneapolis in recog nition of the fact that it is a city of churches, but the other borrowed name with which it is given by easterners, "city of magnificent distances," is given ■ om&what in derision because the city is sprawled all over the landscape rather than because it is anything like the na tional capital. It 1» no doubt true that this young gateway of the west is like a Newfound land puppy, whose big paws, head out of proportion to the body and generous out lines are promises c-f a future "'filling out" growth. From Fifty-third avenue, on the north, to the green meadows of Rich field is a long distance and it is a Sab bath day's Journey from Manhattan Park beyond the Minikahda golf links to the •astern boundary of the city over towards St. Anthony Park. City Assessor Fort estimates that at least twen...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

The Journal Junior Merry Spectators Minneapolis Juniors Have Laughed at Ludicrous 'Scenes Till Tears Streamed From Their Eyes. * * * * ' * NTENTIONALLY and unintentionally people and animals have contributed to make many of the Juniors laugh so heartily that, with tears stream ing from their eyes and their sides aching from the unusual strain, they have sunk exhausted to the ground. The antics of the monkey, the drawing card for the juvenile population and many grown ups, too, when strains of music from a hand organ are heard, furnished a Jarge number with ma terial for their stories. A paper that told of an experience while trapping could not be used be cause the writer did not make plain the working of the trap, and without a clear understanding of that, the point of the incident would be lost to all, except perhaps a few who are familiar with such contri vances. Some told of amusing situations that they had read of ia books but the topic called for some scene the Juniors them sel...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

t Comical and amusing? Every shade of his character has ita droll turnings and twistings. I suppose that his very walk and gestures would provoke a smile. He simply could not help him self and most of the time he was unconscious of his humorous characteristics. To me, the spontaneity of Sam Weller's humor is one of its greatest charms and in no part of the book is it bo well exemplified as In the breach of promise suit. I remem ber how I laughed at the innocent hits at the opposing attorneys. How well Samuel turned them off and as a result was called a stupid! And how that tea party was described! In love making he was perfect and his valentine is well worthy of its fame. The stepmother problem and the morals that Sam and his father draw from it form many rich bits of pure fun. The character of Sam Weller, for all his humble birth, . ; ii a noble one, and his cheerfulness adds the finer touches. How < many valets would have taken up their abode in a.prison for the - simple reason...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

I laughed more over his description of the first breakfast and the soft boiled eggs, together with the succeeding experiences, than any other thing I have ever yet heard or read. He also shows great common sense as well as a slight touch of humor In his saying, "A reasonable amount of fleas is good for a dog they keep him fr'm brood in' on bein' a dog." People who have ever heard "The Lost Chord" would surely have recognized it in David's vivid description. Taken altogether there is no charac ter, to my mind, real or imaginary, that is more amusing than ."Westseott's banker, horse trader and humorist. —William C. Green, Ninth Grade. Warren, Minn. •I A Friend of Topsy. The character, in reality or fiction, that has succeeded in amusing me most is Topsy in "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Her wit, temper, seeming innocence at trying times, and almost wonderful adroitness in displaying her skill in good natured actions im pressed me that she, although black and ignorant, would make almost any pers...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

4 15he JOURNAL JUNIOR.. M&o Harris Arvson . - - . Editor The Junior Is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public school children of the northwest, in and above the fifth grade, anl is de voted principally to their otrn writings. There is no expense attachel, And all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor - respondeuceand suggestions from teachers. All correspondence shoall be addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. Jefferson the Inventor. •"THE fact that Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Inde * pendence and was a president of the United States, has rather overshadowed some of the great natural gifts of Jefferson the man. Mr. Jefferson did not approve of patents or we should to-day be giving him credit for a number of very handy devices. .Why, he invented the folding campstool, the revolving chair, the two-wheeled sulky, the copying press, the pedometer, a hemp lamp and made a very valuable addition to the plows of his time. All of these...

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

Land" anil The Wonder Clock," by Howard Pyle, are beautifully illustrated by the author, who is even more noted as an artist than as a writer. "Once Upon a Time," Mary E. Wilklns. "King of the Golden River." John Ruskin. ''Classic Stories lor the Little Ones," compiled by Mrs. L. |I. McMurry. 'Five Little Finger Stories." Lucy H. Warner. 'Little Jarrii," Molly Elliott Seawell. "Marjory and Her Papa," Robert H. Fletcher. 'Little -V'k-s Phcebe Gay," Helen D. Brown. ' Stories from Plato," Mary E. Burt. "Child; tn's Book," edited by Horace E. Scudder. "Classics in Babyland," Clara Doty Bates. "Christmas Every Day," William Dean Howells. "Daddy Jake, the Runaway" and "Little Mr. ThimbleDnger,' by Joel Chandler Harris (Uncle Remus). "Fifty Famous Stories Retold" and "Fairy Stories and Fables," Janies Baldwin. 'Short Stories for Short People," by Mrs. Alicia Asi>cwall, are the most popular stories from Grimm, Andersen and aihers, rewritten in a most charming way for young readers. 'Crui...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

I Merry Spectators Continued from the First Page. calmed down enough to be able to talk, they told me the terrible story. They had gone up to bed earlier than usual and had not thought it necessary to light the lamp. One of them had walked over and sat down on the bed. They heard a frightful noise and rushed from the room, feeling certain that a bear had wandered into the city and up stairs, and I found them just as they had started in a heroic way to frighten the dreadful monster. My two younger sisters, for they were the pair, do not like to be told to be sure and light the lamp before entering their room for fear a bear might be inside. —Nellie Gleason, B Eighth Grade, 2901 Elliott Avenue S. Horace Mann School. ••Me Pop,*' the Tramp Dog. (Honorable Mention.) The most laughable scene I can recall occurred one morning fast summer when I was in the house helping mama. She told me to go into the other room and do something and as I was passing the window I happened to look out and wh...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

UNINVITED GUESTS-MR. AND MRS. SPUNGEE AND FAMILY ARE ANNOUNCED, JUST AS THE GRIMALKIN FAMILY ARE SITTING DOWN TO DINNER.-From the Gentlewoman. to see my brother run with the others after him that we just held our sides -with laughter. —Theresa N'iesen, A Sixth Grade, 2805 Blaisdell Avenue. Whittier School. * A Chance in the Under. One day my dog saw a cat coming near our house and started to chase it. I tried to call him back but he would not come so I let him go. In a little while I saw him coming back with the cat chasing and the dog yelping as if he had been nearly killed. I laughed till I could laugh no more to see my dog being chased by a little cat. —George Bazine, B Sixth Grade. 437 Fourth Avenue N'E. ■ Everett School. *c After All Methods Failed. One day last summer, near our house, or rather in front of the meat market, there was a little monkey with a hand organ man. After receiving about fifteen cents from a great crowd of children gathered around, the way they always are...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 11 May 1901

6 MAKING GERM_AN SAILORS School of Training for Officers for the Merchant Marine. London Mai!. Under the title of "The North German Lloyd Training Ship for Cadets," a school has been formed in Germany in ■which everything of practical value will be taught to the aspirants for appoint ments in the higher ranks of the mer chant service. Work which tradition has linked with the training of the officer, but which, in reality, is mere waste of time, will be discarded, but work of the hardest description, from which the slightest benefit will accrue, will be thoroughly dealt with. A large, fast, four-masted sailing_ship, to be christened Herzogin Sophie Charlotte, has been bought for the training ship. Every year she will sail as a trading ship, ear ning goods on long voyages. The crew of the ship will include, in addition to about 100 cadets, a captain, four officers, instructors and a doctor, as well as the necessary men. The cadets will live in a special portion of the ship, under the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

i - ' • " ■ ** ' v „ ---■-* * a«, ■ -'■- -. %yf~'\if*y s xy*~9r ~vij'' '' * v ■ ~~** \ - PRICE TWO CENTS. PRESIDENT IS WORRIED May Call a Sudden Halt to His Pleasure Trip. MBS. M CKINLEY IS ILL Her Condition Likely to Necessitate Speedy Return to Washington. FUNCTIONS TO BE ABANDONED Jir«. Mvklulev "Quite us Comfort- Able us; Her Physician Bx pec-ted Her to Be.*' San Francisco, May 13.—Secretary Cortelyou this morning gave out the fol lowing statement as to Mrs. MeKinley's condition: "Mrs. McKinley rested well last night, and this morning was quite as comfort able as her physician expected her to be." President McKiuley will not decide un til later in the day whether or not he shall go to San Jose. There was a possibility of President McKinley abandoning his proposed trip into the northwest. Unless there is a radical change for the better in Mrs. Mc- Kinley's condition the presidential party will leave for Washington soon after the celebrations in this section are over. Mr. McKinley...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

2 ANOTHER BY LA FOLLETTE FIRST MORTGAGE BILL VETOED He Holds It Conflicts Witli the Con atitutlon— Talk of au Kxtra Session. Special to The Journal. Madison, Wis., May 13.—Governor La Pollette to-day vetoed the Frost bill, tax ing mortgages, passed by the legislature last week. The governor holds that the bill violates the provision of the consti tution that taxation shall be uniform. It provides that mortgages executed prior to the time the law Uikes effect, which is Jan. 1. liK)_, shall be exempt from its provisions. The governor points out that under the form of mortgage used the clause provid ing for the separate assessment of mort gage and property would be inoperative, as the form provides for an agreement between the mortgagee and the mort gagor; that the latter shall pay the tax. It is reported on what is claimed to be good authority that after the legislature adjourns an extra session will be called to meet next fall to take up the matter of railroad taxation. It is found t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

♦ &omx£r EVENING, MAY ; 18, 1901* ■n hb^. — _mi_ 403 DEADOE'C 403 Ntcollet I CAIIUC V NicolletAv. -: FASHION STORE =- Just received an immense assortment of New Dress Skirts, lined and un lined. Silk, wool, lace, brilllantine, etc.: black, white and colors. Some special values in gray unlined at $5.75, worth $8.50. Taffeta Silks, handsomely trimmed, $17.50, worth 525. Lace and Grenadine, $25 to $45. Lined Cloth, flounce styles, $7.50, $12.50, 819.50. 5 Big Bargains in Suits and Jackets FINEST TAILOR-MADE SUITS, worth to $75, for $37.50 BOfine tailored suits, black 100 Cloth and Silk Jack and colors, every one this wji£^ ets Eton, Blouse and Box season's newest styles, tfe< Coats, black and colors, black and colors; all sizes, £*o^ silk lined throughout; reg. worth $14 to $17.50 for, Pv^ value $10 to $12.50, for $10.00 .Vig/ $7-50 50 handsome suits, very I \J 50 fine Silk and Cloth fine materials, some silk l\ \ A Jackets, and Raglan Coats, lined throughout, black I / \ very l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

f THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & M«LAIN. MANAGES. EDITOR. THE! JOURNAL, la publUUeC every- evening, except Sunday, .at 47-40 Fourth Street Sooth. Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. . C. J. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6. 87. 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7. V* Stock Ex change building. "' ' SUBSCRIPTION TKHMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month 10.85 One copy, three months 1-00 Obo copy, six months ••• 2.00 One copy, one year *-°° Saturday Eve. edition. 20 to 26 page*.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week Scents One copy,. one month. .....35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANtiES OF ADDHKSS 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 ~~ Subscribers will pleaae notify the ufflce In ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

aTONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1901, STUPENDOUS —* . lAPk'PT See Window JALNCI Display. SELLING. ♦' —~~ The sale inaugurated Saturday has been a wonderful success. A fitting result of the wonderful values we are offering—Over 500 jackets purchased at about 50 cents on the dollar — the manufacturer's loss, your gain—Read the following and judge for yourself. OUR IMMENSE JACKET STOCK IN 5 GREAT LOTS Lot Qg- ft A Eton and Box coats — Regular $12.50 and $10.00 1 9OiUU coats. Lot fl£"7 PA About 200 new Eton and Box coats— beautiful taffeta 2 9livU silk Etons—all handsomely lined—regular $16.50, 815.00 and 813.50 coats. Lot AiA AA About 125 very nobby coats in silk Etons, .Box v 3 <9 I \jfm If V and Raglan effects—s2o.oo, $18.50 coats. Lot (4A H" g± About 100 coats—extra fine cloths and lining— 4 9l£i«U extra nice silk Etons—Reg. $27.50, $25, $22.50 coats. Lot OIR €%£% About 125 coats—our choicest Silk Etons—Regu -5 B Oatf If lar $35.00, 832.50, $30.00 and $25.00 coats. We have never before ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

6 CITY NEWS Frank. Hale's Plum—Frank Hale, a Well known young attorney of this city, has been decided upon 'or attorney of the state game and fish commission and bis appoint ment Is due Monday. Boy's Foot Crushed—James Pieri, 13 years old. 111 Twentieth avenue S, had his toot badly crushed at the Great Northern yards Saturday. He was taken to St. Mary's Aospital. Died of Lockjaw—Charles M. Hodgers, 60 years of age, living at 1413 Washington avenue S. died Friday at the city hospi tal of lockjaw. Hodgers cut his foot on a nun a few weeks ago, but his condition did not become serious ■until two days ago. Fire in Prospect Park-Fire In a res idence at 126 Orliu avenue. Prospect Park. Saturday, caused a dames of $800, fully Insured. The fire started in the roof of the dwelling, which Is of atone and frame, spreading rapidly along the entire third story before th» arrival of the department. A Place for Miss Graves—Miss Delia Graves has been selected by Postmaster S. B. Lovejoy as his priv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 13 May 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1901. YERXA iKS COFFEE We submit to the criticism of -every Coffee drinker that "Hoffman House" is a 30-cent coffee with all the Java and Mocha richness, fineness, fragrance, smack and life of the best elsewhere 45-cent Coffee but the genuine article can be bought in bulk at the Ycrxa Stores only. t : u ■'. _____ Hoffman House Coffee FjL Teas FeW A Xm Port f* s the nwuter as you cau buy It, can be pur- ■ VHv good; few tea chased la bulk at the Yerxa stores exclu- .. 5 u"vi *.~" * . •i*eiy. Th matchless "Hoffman House" dealers . import at all, butl j Coffee frMhtromtne'roaster- an er q uqj» lean on the .. expensive! P » A , ThTrVch flavored' "RobaV; biend, middleman. By reason of l»OneOfre u .h ( frou l theroater- : p22 c importing- direct, we are Coffee -^S^ n£S!s& h£^!& enabled to retail pure teas ol any We coflee elsewnere on sale In ISC thllS* thlsclty. Perpound IOC " " ' . • Pie Plant 5!'....:..:....-:..-..,-:-!? "Mnarda" TriSSSttRBZ C1.._k.»..U~ ...

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