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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1901. T}f\ \Tf\ll r/^/Jff tflftn ? * iltfjp^ Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and A^\J J \JU I \^Ct%JL LI Id II • iJ^c? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising DIDN'T LOOK THE PART Imposing Policeman Judges a Man ; ; . by Him Clothes. 2f—e York Sun Special Service New York, Jan. IS. —An old man, plain ly dressed and; carrying j a seedy J alpaca umbrella, entered the tax office yester day, and humbly inquired of the imposing policeman " at,; the . daar where he could swear off his personal taxes. The po liceman eyed him suspiciously, then said roughly: "Got'er notice?" "Yes, sir," said the old man In a feeble voice. ' , "Letnme see it," . said the ' policeman loftily. . „ "Oh, that's not necessary, not neces sary at all," said the man, with surpris ing asperity, *;. "Well -sit-do«'»■ there then,'' ordered the policeman, indicating one of a long line of • chairs on which a score of anx ious citizens were seated awaiting...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 January 1901

26 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THEY JOUNH. WAY Senators Double Their Reapportion ment Committee. .; EACH HOUSE WILL HAVE 14 Lieutenant Governor May Sow Add Seven .Republican*—Hills Introduced. Dairy and stock interests of the state have long insisted that the owners of all dairy cattle killed by order of boards of health after being condemned on the tu berculin test should be compensated for the loss of their property. It has frequently occurred that a whole dairy herd has been wiped out, ruining the owner In his business. It is claimed that such a course is unjust in that the owner Is entitled to have his investment in dairy cattle as fully protected as in any other kind of property. When land Is condemned for the benefit of the pub lic there is no debate whatever on the right of the owner to recover. The ques- . r-^rTTTrTTrr^ rTrIT' . j \jm. ■r ' ■■"" -' Representative J. E. Bossiorth, Money Creek —These patent pen wipers are all right, but nature's suits me best. tion always arouses a ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PEICE TWO CENTS. iflvOliVJ v, vhili I St. Paul Succeeds in Carrying Off the Senatorshsp by a United Front. WITHDRAWAL OF TAWNEY STARTED IT The Evans Men in the First District Try a Stam pede for Their Man, But It Failed to Split the Wood, and Qapp Was Unan imously Named in the End. Moses E. Clapp has been unfisimously nominated for United States senator by the republican caucus at St. Paul. The first roll call showed very slight. changes from last night, Evans losing two votes, those of Lommen and Pugh. The Evans men :n the first district tried to start a stampede for Evans be fore the result of the ballot was an nounced. Senator Lord was the first to announce that his vote was changed from James A. Tawney W.o Robert G. Ecans. He was rapidly £llowcd by Senator Thompson and R^pesematives Burns and Anderson. The first man to change his vote from Tawney to Clapp was Senator McArthnr. O. Halden, Auditor of St. Louis County— I just came down from Duluih on a (jui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

_2 BOERS LOSE GROUND Raiders Make Little Progress and Cape Town Feels Safe. CAPE DUTCH REMAIN LOYAL De Wet and Botha Form an Un certain Element In the Situation. New York Sun Sboolhl Smrvlaa. London, Jan. 19.—General Kitchener continues to give favorable accounts of ; the British operations. The Boers are meeting with serious losses, especially . . when they take the offensive and attack British positions fand lines. They, are not gaining advantage north of the Orange , river, where the British campaign has not been interrupted by the-invasion of Cape Colony. *. .. The raiders have not made progress : during, the last fortnight, and the alarm ! has subsided at Cape Town, where the j\? truth is perceived that loyalty has been stimulated by the invasion and that the Cape Dutch are now less favorable than they were to the Boer cause. • It is surmised in military circles that General De Wet and General Botha may jxj unite their forces and endeavor, to deliver . a crushing blow at some p...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19, 1901. STRANGE MENTAL POWERS How People Are Influenced Startling Words From the Committee Appointed to Investigate Hypnotism for the- Benefit of Readers. Sm BEb Hi I , O. S. LINCOLN, M. D. 101 Crutchfied St., Dallas, Texas. \ H. STOUFER. Secmai-y and Treas ■F. ■ urer of Railway Conductors, Pueblo. Col. Hypnotism is no longer a myth, a fanciful creation of the mind, but a reality, a most; potent power, capable of producing infinite good. For the purpose of ascer taining the exact value of this much talked-of power a committee composed of a physician, a well-known jurist, a prominent minister and leading railroad man was ap pointed to investigate Hypnotism. The committee carried on a series of investigations In regard to the power of hypnotism to influence the actions and deeds of people in the everyday "walks of life. The first step taken by the members of the committee was to master the science in every detail, so that they might state from personal expe...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

: % Monsters aM Microbes. How the Microbe Would Appear If Magnified in Size to Cor respond With Its Power. The world has always believed in monsters —great dragons of the, land, and huge serpents of the sea. As a rule these monsters have been fairly peaceable, and beyond frightening peo ple occasionally, they have done little recorded harm. The real calamities of humanity have come from the smallest forms of life. The minute microbe has slain iis millions upon millions. If this microscopic form of life were depicted in size and form equal to its danger and " ' ■ " " ■■ .' -V f —111 y- . —^^ ''" " —— " . f deadliness •we * should < see a monster •which -would dwarf into insignificance all the monsters': ever begotten-,by. hu man imagination. The microbe has this in common with the fabled monster, its food is human flesh and its drink human blood. . It battens on slaughter. : For centuries medical science fought this knicrobtc foe in darkness. The presence of the foe was recognized...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19. 190t I ARE YOU ; I one of the half-million women who ,AflftTt- ,— are now receiving If^ir Dpi inpator J^^^l for FEBRUARY v^4 &0M& IS? i^^ T A-prtr' Papttc i\ I i AGES ;1 . iJMHH'tfLJftI 7 x&(^ fa any in handsome colors) ••■■•>- VtmS^^■'i Eighty Incoming and Prevailing Styles. «wJ- l*r<^^ll Also a big table of Literary ' ! £|J CONTENTS MvE^ii»llCTftWiJll ■*■ Valentine Luncheon •' v . Styles for Misses and Children H wliS?* •--TtS>"j Midwinter Dress Materials .The Newest Bootes •* -V : \ •*3 Pwj ■>(• <3 "^e Home and Housekeeping Girls' Interests and Occupations Sh/'iEmwp ''•""■iify'if ■ Club "Women and Club Life " Social Obserrances IwlHli ikPy^Viß^jßf "Women Givers and Their Gifts Stories of Authors' Loves ■W'c^PktTjK />'*■'rl Learning a New Opera ' Moldavian Embroidery ■ \ \v^,« vjfeap'i- I ' lU> ■*J>l)or Stories |. ! Modem Lace-Making - " ffi^a|®^ I ■'''I .'1 ■" . Full of helps to women" in all social and ' PtTtSIl V...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

5 CITY NEWS DR. DICKEY WILL SPEAK MODERATOR OK GEN. ASSEMBI<\ jtmma Meeting at Westminster in ln terests of the Twentieth * Century' .Movement. '. All the Presbyterian churches of*the city are co-operating in arrangements for the mass meeting at Westminster next Thursday night. Dr. C A. Dickey of Philadelphia, moderator of the general as sembly, will be the speaker of the evening. The meeting is in the interest of the twentieth century movement in the Pres byterian church to raise $5,000,000 to liqui date all church indebtedness and build new churches. The proportion to be raised in Minneapolis has not yet been determined, but all thai is contributed here will be ex pended in this city. About thirty business men representing the different churches of the city met at Westminster church last night to arrange for the Thursday night meeting. All prayer meetings will be suspended and the various congregations will unite at West minster. The committee will co-operate with the twentieth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST GO. 3fI.V.VKAPOLIS. MIJf.V Capital.: V.. 1. $500,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest / 2% ssk - Allowed on $ I/go* Deposits. W*B2t. Legal Depository Ol QL °" for Court .nd Of* *•■§■*,. ■ rust Funds INVESTMENTS-Excellent First Mort gages and.Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts; care-c fully administered. WAFKTY I>RP«»SIT VAITI/T*. Wh.«n in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Avis. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling Parties. American plan. $2 to $j.:>o in;r day- European plan, 50c, 7.:>c. $i and $1.50. witta choice restaurant at reasonable prices. Special rates bj week and month. EYES /jfjj§§| Examined BEST Artificial Eyes. OPTillft«, 409 Nisollet The Progressive Photographer Fancy and Evening Waists, Halrdre»sinK. Flowers, etc., FRKK. 427 Nlcollet, over Yerxa's. »,*,* 9 * r * » v * yi>rpyyi>.yK •»...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

8 MAY WHEAT SOLD OFF TO A NEW LOW POINT. Trading Was Light and the Ses sion Was Dull and Fea tureless. NOTHING NEW OF INTEREST Argentine Intimates Have Little Ef fect— of the Coarse Grain- Market. Miuneapoliß Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 19. May wheat sold off to a new low point, striking 73%e, and closing on a recovery at 73V. It was a session without special new feature, the market dull and lifeless. There was a light trade :u all markets, and the holding off tendency was plain. Through the morning continued realizing developed in a scattering way. About the only apparent sup port came from shorts who bought in, fearing to go short over Sunday, iv view of the im proved tone abroad, and the possibility of a higher Liverpool market on Monday. There was not sufficient confidence to bring out much buylug. Chicago weakened half way in the session, and Minneapolis followed, break ing under 74c and belling to 73% c Good cash business was reported in Chicago and at the seaboard. Another Arge...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVEOTNG, JANUAKY 19, 1901. WHAT ARE YOU USING To Cure Yourself and Family of CATARRH AND CONSUMPTION A Remedy that Relieves the Symptoms or One Which Cures the Disease Itself? That there is but one treatment which ■will permanently cure such diseases of the air passages as Catarrh Bronchitis and Consumption, is well known to all who are posted in the physiology of the respiratory organs, or who read the United Statee Health Reports. "Why then do sufferers from these dis eases continue to expend, their money on stomach medicines which can only relieve the symptoms, or on imitations of this new treatment whu-h nature herself will not permit to enter the bronchial tubes and lungs. No doubt there are many remedies on the market which, taken through the stomach, will nlieve the cough and give Krength and flesh to the sufferer, thus fortifying the body to longer withstand the ravages of the disease itself, but Con sumption is caused by germs embedded In the lungs, and all the sto...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

10 FOR SALE ! fe-¥—— •]. . »—— .Jjtl * . t ___ j. PORCrf] ,^=aK=m. HOT • """tiv "ViuTrwFN — ' LIBRARY "\ n\ •<««•:; £= ; J, 9^l2< ilr;\ --i a^ o—-as) ~ * i •"("A■__•' i t - |tt ■7/' D!NING*R n- " HALL PARLOR . II I 12X15 1 '2*ie'' ■ , 2 1* 13 ■■ • ! / '£ PORCH '^ > r^ Handsome new house, built by day labor on honor, corner Portland' Ay. ; and Lake St. ' First floor finished in polished hardwood, including kitchen. All hardwood floors. Diningroom flemish with plate racks and chiffonnier. Large hall in green oak with hall seats, hinged tops, very handsome effects. Large open grate with andirons. Two parlors in Elizabethian style. Four bedrooms in cream colored woodwork; large bathroom,etc. Full basement with launday and servant's laboratory. Completely, decorated with lot 40x120. Storm windows, screens, furnace, all plumbing and .gas-fixtures. 1 will sell this house for 94,500; $1,000 down and $50 a month. / ; Edmund G. Walton, 30° Hennt P|n *»•• JUST (MIT— THE SIXTH ANNUAL I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19, 1901. T)r\ \Tf\ll ff^flfi i~hf*m P RfiPf^ Others do and will profit. Journal Wants ;: bring buyer and JLJ?\J Vy \J&JI 1 &CIU LI id 11 • jyfiK? seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising MMBER 23. KIHMSHI'.I) ROOMS FREE, "FOR RENT" OR ' "FURNISHED Room" cards for those advertising under this head. Be sure and.call for them when leav- Ing the ad. -■. : - ■ ■■•..■ - .. A FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED ROOM IN modern flat, to one or two single gentlemen; ramily private; no other roomers. Call after 2 p. m., flat 4 101 l Stevens ay. IN A MODERN STEAM-HEATED HOUSE, well furnished rooms, with good board; also table_boarders_desired. 825 4tn ay .S. • ■ NEATLY FURNISHED~~RbOM. STEAM heat, free bath, hot and cold water each room. 710 Ist ay N. . RENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM TO man and wife or two ladies preferred; refer ence*. 15H) Nicollet ay. With or without, boarii. NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM.WARM, COM fortable, desirable^ with modern conveniences an...

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

12 UNPRECEDENTED FAME Vinof, the New Form of Cod Liver Oil. Causes a Sensation in Medical Circles Not Only in America, but in Europe "Good news goes fast," said Mr. Vo*geli, of The Voegeli Bros. Drug Co., yesterday, talk ing to a reporter about that wonderful Viuol, concerning which so much is heard now adays. "Why, you know that besides being talked about in New England, many of the prominent papers iv America are devoting more or less space to this wonderful discov ery. See here, what do you thiuk of this?" Whereupon Mr. Voegeli produced an article from the Lancet of London, England. The Lancet is the greatest medical publica tion in the world, und anything appearing in its columns is considered U3 Indisputable evidence. "Let me read this to you," said Mr. Voegeli. "I won't bother you with much of it, but here is enough to show you what the great men of the old world think of Vinol," whereupon he read the following: "Recent investigation has led to the isola tion of several distin...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

.JSL.THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAIT HOW UNCLE SAM SERVES FARMERS i is/inn <\ I x x x *x*;y x x B* * x ma* *x x a j| • ro UTE 4r=+ SHELBY ! « « J I j HQ-l" T°WHSHIP f XXX "X T|t|P]"t ff "y gMoaLBi! v > r^| j 11- UliD TRIP Hv, r*y „. - .. * HITY folks who have been accus tomed to receive daily visits from Uncle Sam's letter car riers as far back as the oldest inhabitant eau remember, can scarcely ap preciate the inestimable benefits accruing to Minnesota farmers from ihe establish ment of the rural free delivery service in this state during the closing year of the nineteenth century. That which is looked upon as a matter of fact by the people of Minneapolis or any other metropolitan center in the stale Is, perhaps, the greatest boon conferred upon the agricultural class by a beaeft- ' ctnt government during these progressive I times. It has brought town and country \ Into closer touch. In this wonder-work- | ing age, when railroads and steamships, j the telegraph and telephone, and al...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

2 In Labor's Field NOT IN ANY HURRY New Labor Commissioner Will Pro ceed With Care. HE HAS SOME NEW IDEAS Will I rue liuprovemeuttt in the Ex isting Labor Lawn- Laboc's Field. John. O'Donnell, h» new labor commis sioner, announced upon inspecting his offlc« in the capitol yesterday that he would endeavor to carry out the work along the different lines so well begun by his predecessor. He is an earnest advo cate of the reconstruction of the child labor law. He will urge the appointment of a deputy inspector of mines to be lo cated constantly at the mines. He favors an amendment to the accidents law, re quiring employers to report the cause and extent of injuries. It had- been predicted in some quarters that Mr. O'Donnell would proceed to tear down all that his predecessors had accom plished Immediately upon his accession to office, in the attempt to accomplish two radical reforms. His disposition, on the contrary, to build up all that is praise worthy in the work accomplished by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19. 1901. Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK THE STANDING OF EDGAR ALLAN POE " WITH REGARD TO THE HALL OP ) FAME- "SANDWICH MEN" AS BOOK ADVERTISERS— POEM BOOMED IN A NEW WAY—SUGGESTIONS '. FOR AMERICAN:PUBLISHERS—THE UNVEIL -1 ING OF A BUST OF WILLIAM MORRIS—LOVE LETTERS OF AN ENGLISH WOMAN. Correspondence of The Journal. '• r r ' .-.'.-'• "■ "' :i- ■-':•-, ■• • '■ c JHBEMhbbI v"hm|iuj|EW -YORK, Jan. IT.—The Judges" for the Hall of Fame had scarcely begun |lk^l| their work of selecting the names of these who 1 should be Inscribed on its y||V'l rol* before the public began to pick out the names of those whom it thought * Tgliili worthy of places, and the list was.no sooner made up by the judges before •=^^SSJ a great protest went up I because* certain men were not among the chosen. Probably. there was more disappointment over the fact that Edgar Allan- Poe was not assigned a niche in the Temple of Fame than over the omission of any other favorite. . Pro...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

-t_ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, . MANAGE!!. .;; ," EDITOB. THE JOURNAL la publUhed •very evening, except Sunday,'.'at 4T-48 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. , C. J. Billion, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— 87. 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock • Exchange building. . SUBSCRIPTION TKR3IS Payable Jo The Journal Printing; Co. . Delivered by s Mail. - One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months.*. .V..-.'.'.".' '. .... 1-00 One copy, six m0nth5.......■.;...../..'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 i............ 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.. ■ , COSTIMKD All papers are continued until an ex plicit order, is received...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUABY 19, 19OJL fe JF *■I£ <ll B*£ Bn fill t w mmHm m m PHrlfeNM ■111 HrZB 1 i 101' I B • . k c aLS* >Hlfl f €iif Tnff ™^B i B Di MRS. GEORGE E. RICKER, PRJ3SIDENT, AND MRS. HECTOR BAXTER, VICE PRESIDENT, LADIES' THURSDAY MUSICALE. —Photo by A. S. Williams. LADIES' THURSDAY MUSICALE STUDIO A Pretty Suite of Rooms Used as Office, Library, Music Room and Drawing Room—The Center of Club Activity. Tlw prettiest ehibroom for women in the olty la the studio of the Ladies' Thurs day Musicale In tie Metropolitan Music company building. When the company planned its new quarters the club made its wants known and the suite of studios was arranged in comformlty to ita wishes. The suite includes one large room in which are the two practice pianos, the bookcases which hold the library of rnu eic&l scores and books, the pictures and souvenirs, the reading tables and com fortable chairs. In the small office is the clerk's desk and an anteroom forms an entrance to both ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

6 *■ *t. ' I JO NORMAN HOLT J| SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTER?, 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 1880 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. Mi- In tyre, and is courteously received but arouses the jealousy of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lane. Malloy separates Miss Lane from the main party during a fox hunt and at the Christmas ball the earns evening effects an air of proprietorship distasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to his rivail, Norman Holt. But all ill-feeling U forgotten when about midnight all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch, which ceremony was interrupted by a midnight mes senger, who announces the dangerous illness...

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