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

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 19, 1901. THEATERS. BILLS OF THE "WEEK "Rogers Hr«i». In Central Park"— in the Metropolitan. "The Gunner's Mate"—at Bijou. ' Strauss Orchestra—at Lyceum. ' "Wine, Woman and Sons"—at the Detvey. The attraction at the Metropolitan for the week commencing to-morrow night, vith the usual Wednesday and Saturday matinees, will be "ROGERS BROS. the Klaw and Er langer Comedy IX company, headed * *by the Roger s CENTRAL PARK." Brothers in their latest success, The Rogers Brothers in Central Park." This musical farce is from the pen of John J. McNally. as were the previous comedy games in which the Rogers Broth ers achieved success. There is no attrac tion in the traveling list of the frolic some brand to which the Rogers Brothers may be assigned that is more welcome, judging from the crowds who gather for a rattling good time. The company this season is larger and more effective than ever, and includes Isadora Rush, Grace Freeman, Louise Royce, Jeanette Bageard, Edi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

8 A COSTLY CHINESE FUNERAL The Last of Yeb Ching Ching, a Chinese Multi- Millionaire, Who Has Left Money for a Boys' Industrial School. Yen Ching Chiag, a Chinese gentleman, a '-• multimillionaire,; and .a. noted philan thropist, died at his . residence in Hong kew, Shanghai, Nov. 5, according; to Chinese calculation, 60 years old. He '.was born in'Nlngpo, the second eon of a fam ily "of five. At 6 years of age, his father died, and, at 9 years of age he was given six months of school,—all the poverty of the .family would allow« -Until 14/ he worked on the little plot-of ground with ais mother and elder brother. At this time, he .entered an oil mill, remaining lor two years, whe-n he ■ came to Shanghai, was employed as a ship" chandler, and was soon made a runner for a hong. • In 1861. Chin* Ching owned his first store, at the liead of Hon*k«w Creek bridge/ on Broad way/ which, ■omewhat enlarged, still re- YBH OHINQ CHONQ, Tne Great Chinese Merchant mains, having five branches in ot...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

The Journal Junior Long' and Short Interesting and Exciting Incidents Have Made Many Walßs of the Minneapolis Juniors Memorable.^ *? yf if *t HE trials and tribulations that have befallen the Juniors on their walks made very interesting read ing matter and the papers displayed unusual va riety. Bicycle riders who started out in gay spirts but who sadly plodded homeward through clay to their ankles or with broken wheels formed quite a brigade by themselves. One of the boys probably voiced the sentiment of many when he said. 'Only one who constantly rides a wheel can appreciate the hardships of a long walk." Some walks were memorable because of their length, others because of money lost or found and still others because it was the first after a long sick ness. A number became frightened at real or imaginary causgs, and "I took to my heels and ran" was a very common expression. Albert Fortier, A Fifth Grade, Sheridan School, had made up his mind to walk to Minnehaha Falls. His mother d...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

2 •gain I fount! I had lost my pin. I went out and hunted for it but it was dark, bo I could not find it. When I got home'and told . mama, she said it ' was my own fault,' because I insisted upon wearing it. I have always been sorry I lost it, because for one" ; reason it came from the emperor of Germany, and also because..* I thought it a very pretty pin. —Martha Wiecking, ■." . Fifth Grade. .... . 506 Byron Street, Pleasant Grove School. . ' - . Mankato Minn. I. . « . Carried Through Three Wars. (High School Credit.)" My greatestloss was a thimble. This may seem a very little ■ thing to lose, as thimbles are so cheap and plentiful that anyone may own one, but it was not its value that I treasured it for so ■ much as its history. It was a very beautiful, figured thimble which was bought by my great great grandmother in Germany, in the year of 1700. It had been in our family ever since and had "• been handed down from ; mother to oldest daughter through , all" .:, the generations. ■...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

ran, but she just walked along as if she did not hear us. But she knew what she was about. When the wolves came about fifty feet from us, Kate gave a jump and ran across the field. The wolves did not expect this and so they stopped a moment. They soon started off again, but we kept away from them. The wolves followed us into our yard, but my older brother came out with a gun to scare them off. Meanwhile Kate pulled us all around the yard so that the wolves could not catch us. The wolves were soon scared away, but as Kate came to a stop she fell down dead. We were very sorry, because she had saved our lives. I felt so sad about it that I could not sleep for many nights. —Charlie Pilhstrom, Seventh Grade. Warren, Minn. Tlie Stranger With a Bundle. I happen to be one of those fortunate persons who never had any very great loss; but the one which impressed me most was the death of my affectionate and clever pet dog, Prince. One of his peculiarities was that he fairly hated a stranger wh...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

4 Ghe JOURNAL JUNIOR.. < » Mbl« Harris Anson " „ .... Editor.' The Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public •ehool children of the northwest, In and above the fifth grade, and is de voted principally to their own writings. * There is no expense attached, taxi all are welcomed as competitors. The editor wishes to encourage cor respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should bt addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. Some Child Heroes of the Siege. NOT all the courage under the terrors and the physical suf fering during those awful weeks in Peking were shown by the grown-up members of the imprisoned baud. Now thai the story is being told, little by little, by those who suffered and feared and lived, the children take their stand for steadfast ness with their elders. Miss Mary Condit-Smith, who was a guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Conger when the siege began, kept a diary, and ■be pays this tribute to the brave little people, yellow Christians «s wel...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

<"V^7 o*> ARCTIC : i OCEAN /£* > "'pacific T^VdT^^P^--- 2 1"' V KoS^***" * •4%/mwauav nu^r+\'7£3f^^v**/^y / mPMDfxer ' 7\\ *'-^>~^^'*<£<r~J >^ ; r"Sci^M :®^f ;O G PAN-F^. OCEAN: THE WORLD FOR A WEEK '• I'ekius —The threatened action of the dowager empress !n refusing power to the Chinese repesentatives to sign the joint note has apparently been adjusted by her reconsidering her for mer action and granting them permission to sign The delay in the negotiations on the part of China is feared to be premedi tated, so that nothing can be done before spring, when it is hoped the Chinese troops will be ready for a stronger campaign than last year British sentiment as to the attitude of the powers i 3 expressed in the phrase that they expect to "stand on China's neck" indefinitely. Japanese officials agree that the allies made an almost fatal mistake when they allowed the Chinese court to escape. Prom the same source it is said that China could easily pay an indemnity of...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

6 Long' and Short By Minneapolis Juniors Continued from First Page. glad, and I was glad to be free to revel in the perfect evening for a few brief moments; glad to feel the soft breezes waft away seriousness and simply inspire with a sense of universal good ness; glad, above all, that my aunt, whom I had not seen for years, was with us. Yet, however much nature and aunt contributed to make this a delightful walk, it was memorable for another reason also. Papa was very much interested in natural objects and his en thusiasm scon sent out its branches^to take root in his followers— as every good thing is apt to do. I remember clearly the first object I saw—an insect. Oh, how strange, large and uncanny! Object number two was found on the stones by Meeker's island, ro which we had crossed on the logs. It was a white egg, almost round in shape, and the size of a hickory nut, as cookbooks compare. After a brief" wandering on the island we s proceeded to re cross on the almost dry river be...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

we were right where we started from. The walk home was not more than two miles and we were soon there, eating our supper. After supper I went to bed, for I do not believe I ever was so tired- —Percy Gedney, A Sixth Grade, 2541 First Avenue S. Whittier School. I '---.. 7 -- *t ■*"'-■: A Coating: of Egg» and Kerosene. - When I was a little boy of seven years. I was often sent to the store to buy groceries, and I was always in trouble, because I would not buy the things which my mother wanted me to buy. One day when I was sent to the grocery store to buy eggs a very curious accident, happened. When I was going home | from the store I had-the eggs in one hand and the kerosene can in the other. As I was walking on the sidewalk there happened to be a large stone in my way, and before I knew it I was thrown on my head, with the kerosene running all over me. The eggs got smashed and the yolks ran over my face and head. In a little while people came from every direction to see the funny sigh...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 19 January 1901

8 HEAP MUCH LIKE PALEFACE Indians of the Soathvrest Are Adopting Oar Sports. Evidences of civilization are not lack ing among the Indian tribes of the south west. A picnic, baby show and a golf game are scheduled to take place in In dian Territory and Oklahoma in the next few weeks. The Indians declare they "heap much like paleface," and that . everything shall move oft just as the paleface conducts such affairs. The Kiowa Indians will hold the baby .chow, on their reservation in Oklahoma. It is expected that there will be at least 600 babies on exhibition. The show will be held next week, on the Indian dancing grounds, near Darlington. All sorts of prizes will be awarded, from blankets to yellow ponies. Almost the one desire Of an Indian child over 5 years old is to be the possessor of a yellow pony. The Indian girl students at the Cholocco schools, at Arkansas City, have just or ganized a golf club. Fine grounds have been laid out on the school reserves. Students of eastern colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. HAS NOYES RESIGNED? Report Reaches Washington From Seattle. WHEELER DENIES IT He Says Noyes Will Not Resign, Especially in Winter. COMMITTEE AGREE ON GROUT BILL Senator Xelaon'a Plan to Deepen the JUla»ts«tppi From St. Anthony Fall* to the Gulf. From The Journal Bureau, Room AS, Tort Huildiruj, Washington. Washington, Jan. 21.— Private ■ advices from Seattle to-day say Judge Arthur H. Xoyes has resigned the Alaskan judge chip. The report says that vessels reached Seattle . yesterday from a north Pacific port, where they had word to this effect from men who came from Nome by dog team. . A. K. Wheeler, Judge Noyes' private secretary, now in Washington, says there is no truth In the report. Judge Noyes has no Intention of resigning, and espec ially not in midwinter, thus forfeiting pay and allowances from now until navi gation opens. Mr. Wheeler has been delayed in his visit to Minneapolis, and he will not get iway before Thursday. The agricultu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

2 SICK FOB MONTHS Victoria Has Been in a Daze, With Occasional Lucid Intervals. SENILE DECAY IS HER MALADY Siuee the Stroke of Paralyaia Last Thursday She Has Been iv a runiutoae Condition. New York. Jan. 21 —A dispatch to the World from.London says: Facts from a source within court circles show that the queen's mind has been Tailing for many months, even before her visit to Ireland. Whenever it was official ly announced that sh© n:ade felicitious responses to speeches at public functions It is a matter of cold fact that the poor Old queen vas in such a daze that all she could say to toer companions was: "Where am 1?" Several times when she has appeared In public during ir-e past six or eight months she has fallen asleep. Had it been anyone but the Queen of England it would have been plain long ago that the malady was senile decay. And that fruthfully is what afflicts Vic toria. But for her physical breaking up of the past week, an attack of paralysis in the left side, it would have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

JJtTNDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1901. McLaughlin Special Prices With one pound of our 25c or 30c Coffee or with 2 packages of our XXXX at 15c per Ib. To show . the Trust our Coffees can not be kept from the people WE SELL GROCERIES AT THESE PRICES: "Granulated Sugar $1.00 98 lbs. saw I M&b Quality Flour, $1.90 Our large grocery at 451 and 453 Waba sha street, St. Paul, is for sale to any good grocer, after which our goods will be sold exclusively through the retail grocers in that city. V "Plllsbury's Best XXXXf *< Flour, $1.88 Cocoannt^T^ b:. pk...5c Navy Beans picked per qt.... 8c Rutabaga pW:.......... 25c lal I ™ Pure home-made, fruit ©_ Jeilj per tumbler .....©© EosgTL 106 Best Gl08i» larSe lA* JldiUl lump, 3 pounds f0r.... IUS Matches 12 boxes for OC Lima Beans perVaa"'. 8c Comp^r?: .......,,.6c CUlll per can OC TnmatnPC Standard, 3-lb. 7 luinalUCb cans, per can f C Raspberries ) preserved in f A Strawberries I I JIC Pineapple 1 fancy oral cans. ivW W.F.McLaughlin&Ce....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, { J. S. McLAIN, .MANAGER. EDITOR. THE J O U X X A _ lit publUhed every evening, except Sunday, at : 47-4» Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. unison. Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—S6, .87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. ■ -„ SL'BSCRIPTIOX TERMS , ~~~ Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, »ix months....". 2.00 i One copy, one year..i. ■......*.■ • • 4.00 | Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages." 1.50 v Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 36 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. : ________ COVTIXLED AH papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS ' * Subscribers wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1901. /\S A/ICOLLET AV£. y/^/ST^ && m Commencing To- HClfillAfnt morrow Morning Ull wlullc we make the fina| £P reductions on gar -011 Ifiii^^lw ments,aswemust Our 111 iSB close out every wIvHII garment before in ; Department. : ventory, Jan. 31. > ftf»#lL^%#«» About 250 Ladies' Jackets, mM SmMS mW&* WM black and colors, good styles, •" *"mm*~mmw nicely tailored, at Ha Price : : $5.00 Jackets ..... $2.50 j $16.50 Jackets ... $8.25 7.50 Jackets 3.75 18.50 Jackets ..,..'. 9.25 8.50 Jackets .... 4.25 : 20.00 Jackets..;. 1 0.00 - 10.00 Jackets 5.00 i :22.50 Jackets..'.;.. 11 .25 ■ 12.60 Jackets '...... 6.25 25.00 Jackets...... 1 2.50 ■ ■ 13.50 Jackets ...... 6.75 30.00 Jackets ...... 1 5.00 ,'. 15.00 Jackets ...... 7.50 . . 40.00 Jackets. . 20.00 v Misses*'arid Children's -Short and Long Garments.....;. .y; ONE-HALF PRICE i dff^fi About 100 Tailor-Made Suits, all this K£&liiJ£lu.*&> season's styles, we diride into 2 lots— Lot /—Silk ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

6 CITYjSEWS^ Wlnn Bracltett 111—Winn M. Brack •tt of the Internal revenue service, is re ported as very ill at his home in Farniington, Minn., where he recently took up his resi dence. May Get "Kr»«»"-Senator Knute Nel son says thit the clause appended to th» army appropriation bill to turnl&n Krag- Jorgeaeon rifles to the National Guard has every prospect of going through. R. W. GUmer Dl«s—Robert W. Gil m«r, for a long time with Voegeli Brothers, druggists, died recently at Willow City. H. D.. of tuberculosis. Mr. Gllmar was 19 years of age and had many friends in the city,. Burglars' Bl* Haul—The residence of Key. T. W. McLean, 613 Ninth street S. wa» entered by burglars Friday and $300 worth of wearing apparel stolen, among the missing goods being four overcoats. The burglars effected an entrance into the house by raising a front window on the ground floor. Couldn't Get a Wife—John Peterson returned to his home near Webster, S. D., »lday, without securing a wife. The week's v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1901. YERXA We are systematic money savers for our customers. Rutabagas reck It Beets Peck....-.........;..... It f% ■ - Parsnips *** I2t ■ w131111|9 Peck l£« Carrots peck ......... 9c Bananas i^en ........... lOi Oranges S^r! aa:. a!:. 15e Cabbage Lb lie Persian Dates Lb... ..... ic Apples 'SSBS& 90c Oranges &p^.:.S^ SI. 50 Coffee Always fresh—decidedly the best by from 5c to per pound—roasted by ourselves in the Blue Flame Uas Koaster. Fancy Rio and Santos riSe Kobal Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; It cannot be matched at other stores A A unless you pay 33c; our price .... L L Hoffman House iS pica es £jj; per pound..-. V U 6 Regan's Cafe KEfo■*& 40c 1 88S from .*. oil up Minarda fine blend Ceylon and CO*. niinarua inasaxea, lb. oOs Butter Sweet Dairy, in jars, and 20e d uner ».iec, iscami Zuc YERXA BROS. & CO.. Fifth St. and Hioollet Ava. Whan in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Stati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

8 39th Semi.Arvnu&l Reduction Sale ITheßymouthl Jrjjir I Are you a small man ? You get a ■■^Tjijnu^^^-^- g nice new suit for only $6.50 if you are *-*3r w^c^^F"^" 7 i uc^y enough- to have a 32, 33 or 34 --f2j K:i(^:i^y * ncn chest; $9.50 if you throw a bigger , ■ Ijf/BEfHriJiß Suits to put on now ; not to put in "^SB^HSSF camphor for - next Summer or next . {WyS R Suits that for the most part represent jj S this Winter's successes —of which there H are only a few of a few sizes left. ;. Mr But they total to over five hundred Hj of our $10, $12, $15, $18 and $20 suits, m lij now only $6.50 and $9.50. \M h Overcoats and Ulsters . are sold at Wk iH similar concessions. Si li So are Caps and Gloves. And Underwear. *e&P™ X Sixth a.r\d Nicollet. B CASCARINE is not a new remedy. For ■ tcp years it has been need by thousands ■ ot good people the world over and called ■ tbtlr best laxative. It moves the bowels ■ gtotly, cures sick headache, habitual con-. I stipation, indigestion, bi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

MOOT)AY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1901. "AT WHk DOCTOR * WAfiriV FARNSWORTK, Successor to Dr. Him, Constilting Phvslclan «t the Mini nodical Institute. 47-4» Washln*. ton Aye. S,, Rooms 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9,10,11, 12, 13, 14. 13, Minneapolis, fUnn. TREATS AND CURES DISEASES OF MEN. V ;^.--He Promises to CURE,CURABLE CASES only. For over'33years (college years not included) he hasbeen treating diseases of men. During his professional career '.! " been examining surgeon of pensions in Wisconsin for 10 years, appointed by the I,uited States government, and for over three years he has been a member of m^Lii» P h , al^ '? Mlnne*POlls; he is well qualified to treat men. The Hln« Me 4 oal ln«tltute is the largest and best equipped Medical ■ Institute of its kind In the City of Minneapolis for the treatment of diseases of men. Dr. Farnsworth person ally examines and treats all patients. The Him Medical Institute does not publish h-fnw .. th °»v° ther doc l» **- *ut only of the one who treat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

Iff BULLS RULED THE WHEAT MARKET TO-DAY Higher Cables and Good Export In quiry Were Leading Items of Strength. MINNEAPOLIS MAY SOLD AT 75C a«U Wheat Demand Improved— Xew» of the Day In Flax and Coarse Grain*. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 21. —Wheat started this morning on firmer basis, on cable advises showing Liverpool *&& to %d higher. May opened Me up at 74 a All the early news was favorable. Besides the firmer foreign tone there was a good cash export demand reported. Receipts at northwestern points were 145 cars less than last year, and the Antwerp i cables reported rumors of the plague in Argentine. Minneapolis had more wheat than a year ago, 481 cars against 409,, but Duluta received only 61, against 287. Chicago worked 210,000 bushels In the flrat hour, and there was export inquiry in Du luth. Kansas City and St. Louis reported all foreign offerings put out Saturday ac cepted. It was estimated export business for the day,would be nearly up to 1,000,000 bush ...

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