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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1901. r%fi I/_O_f # t^P'^ld i~ll£*t7l ? flfiij^ Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and £^>/.Jr..M^M; / %*CI%J Lliail • PwKr seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising ICE MEN ABE WARM Extraordinary Fight Between Rival > Milwaukee Companies. ICE IS not ALLOWED TO FORM Excursion Boat* Kept Going;; to t Thwart n.Monopoly— Rioting ;•• , . v-. ...-.• "Antlelimted. - Mmw York Sun peel ml Smi-vloa Milwaukee,Wis.',.. Jan. 21.—Eor. several years the Wisconsin Ice company, has had practically a monopoly of the ice busi ness in this city, but there was a mis understanding and one of ■ the members withdrew a. few months ago. Surrounding himself "with a quartet of leading capital ists he organized a company and recently began to build extensive ice-houses at Pike and North lakes. "Solicitors were sent out among the* consumers and they found many people who, were anxious to patronize a*-new concern. This of itself was some thing t...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 January 1901

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNSU. PRICE TWO CENTS. VICTORIA, QUEEN OF ENGLAND, IS DEAD Ruler of All Brita'^, breathes Her Last at Osborne House, 'JO O'Clock This After noon. Her Children and Grandchildren File Past Her Bedside at Midday for a Last Whispered Farewell. Details of the Death-Bed Scenes Sa cred for the Present to the Royal Family—Strict Se crecy Is Imposed. London, Jan. 22, 6:55 p. m.— The queen, Victoria, is dead. The following bulletin was issued at Osborne house at 6:45 p. m.: : Her majesty, the queen, breathed her last at 6:30 : : p. m., surrounded by her children and grandchildren. : : —James Reid, : : R. Douglas Powell, : : Thomas Barlow. : VICTORIA'S LAST FAREWELL The queen is said to have bid farewell in a feeble monosyllable to her family, as- Bembled at her bedside at midday. She first recognized the Prince of Wales, to whom she spoke a few words of great moment. Then Emperor William and the others present filed past and heard a ■whispered good-by. All those in the bedr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

2 The Victorian Era Has Passed Into History. MBS IN HER LIFE The Queen's Proposal to the Young Prince. HER CARE FOR HER BABIES How She Looked to Carlyle—The Sorrows of Her Helen Line to War*. ! A month after reaching - her majority fate' rushed upon the frail head of Vic toria, the crown and the business of the i empire. William IV. died at 2:30 in the looming of June 20, 1837. Referring to ; ' this moat momentous day of her life, a member of her later royal household writes: •'On that memorable morning when the archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Howley) mid the lord chamberlain, the Marquis of Conyngham, toil-worn and dust-traveled with their night ride from Windsor, beat at the doors of Kensington palace— the i present writer has often heard the late j marquis describe — 5 o'clock, and an- j nounced to the awakened girl of 18 that ; she was queen of England, she kissed the. ■ extended hand* of the kneeling messengers and fell on her knees between them, say- Ing: 'I ask your prayers on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 22, 1901. A LONG, HAPPY LIFE The Kind Way in Which Fate Treated the Queen. A COLLECTION OF AUTOGRAPHS "Why the Queen Sold Milk. Turnips. auitl Other Kami Products form Her Private Garden. W. E. Curtis, in Boston Record. Fate is kind to permit Queen Victoria to die at Osborne, which is her own property, associated with her greatest happiness, purchased by her husband, the late Prince Albert, for a retreat where he and his wife could retire and enjoy rest from offi cial cares and escape from the responsi bilities ihat attend those who wear crowns and handle scepters. Osborne is not an official residence. It •was the private home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wettin, and has since been occu pied by Mrs. Wettin on every anniversary of her marriage and her husband's death f There was seldom a more affectionate at-~ tachmem between husband and wife. Kings and queens are not allowed to love and marry like common folks and are often compelled to sacrifice their happi ness ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

4 THE JOURNAL 1 LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, ''MANAGES. EDITOR. ' '-. T Hl2 J O I li SAL la published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, j. Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. ■ ■ ■...:... CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. . _ . t . „ .. .' ~~ v . SUBSCRIPTION TKKMS • Payable to .The, Journal Printing Co. ;; ; Delivered by Mail. 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 ADDKKSS 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, end until all arrearages are paid. /■'-*'■■ COMPLAINTS • Subscriber...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 22, 1901. ONCE HAD MILLIONS Count Susini Dies in a Tenement in New York City. HE HELD THIRTY-EIGHT ORDERS He Controlled the Cigarette Indus try and Wan Known for Hid Philanthropy. Mew York Sun Special Service New York, Jan. 22.—Count Joseph de Susini, who • was accounted ten times a millionaire in Cuba in his palmy days, when he controlled the cigarette industry there, died a poor man in a tenement at 312 East Eleventh street. Few if any of his friends knew where he lived. With his son, Baron Justis Susini, who is an American citizen, and his son's wile, he waited patiently for the tide of prosperity to turn in his favor, as he has always believed it would when Mexico paid back to him the money he lent to the state of Yucatan in its extremity. The count's death was caused by ecze ma, resulting from a wound he received in a duel in 1838 when he was one of the leading young bloods in Havana, and when stcries of his gallantries were the nightly talk of the cafe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS- Funeral of S. D. Todd—The funeral of S. D. Todd, 1 whose death occurred Jan. 21, will take place at the house Thursday, Jan. 24, at 2 p. m. 'Davis Bound Over — David Davis, charged with being the.leader, of the gang of young burglars operating in Minneapolis, wa.-. bounU over to : the grand jury as the result of his preliminary examination in the munici pal court this morning. Ready for I'se—Health Commissioner Hall reported to ' the board of health at its meeting yesterday that the new quarantine hospital was ready for the reception of pa tients. It is proposed that the aldermen pay -a risit"*to the place the last of this week, i ;j Another Pioneer, Gone — ■ Solomon Qray, a resident of Minneapolis since July, 1857, died at Asbury hospital Sunday night at the- age of So years. He was a Mason, a member of Cataract lodge, also a member of the Odd Fellows, which latter organization took charge- of the funeral services this afternoon. The interment was at Lakewood. Company ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

m TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 22, 1901. YERXA *..■ . . ■»".-"•' - .'■• We arc systematic money savers for our customers. Butter !BS_ 160 180 20c FlftO ar ,1b.........^. w . 90* rine Creamery, lb _ LOZ Cheese Keal fine, mild crearu, . 10c vneese »>.. ~.. ~.u~ me tabbage S±__.o_ fie Rutabagas *•* .~ Be Carrots *>«* So Beets peck_ . ...—... Ie Persian Dates Lb. mmvM . M Be Prunes o^. —~. 31c Peaches BE£* m 8c Apples &!!!!?^._ m . 8c Ruby Prunes u>.~ .......... I2ic Apricots vL. —.. lie Strawberries a nr!;n._.9e Raspberries «?£!.....- 8c Catsup as.. „„,«I2ic Pitkles .......8c PICkISS KuglUh style lie Carnation Sterilized Cream The very BEST article that can be manufac tured. Can is extra large slxe. Trice 101** very low. f. ~...1£2C Coffee Always decidedly the best by from 6c to locper pound—roasted by ourselves In the Blue Flame Gas Roaster. Fancy Rio and Santos I£lsc Eobal Blend, a delicious Mocha and Java flavor; it cannot be matched at other stores ■«. unless you pay 35c; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

8 CRUSHEDWITHANAX Mrs. Nation Wrecks Three More Sa loons in Wichita. SHE SLAPS THE SHERIFF'S FACE She Has Help iv This Haiti—< harge of lnnaiiii> »<> Be Made \kiilpsi Her. Wichita, Kan., Jan. 22,—Mrs. Carrie Nation came back to Wichita yesterday, and the result of ten minutes of her work was two wrecked saloons. Mrs. Nation was assisted by Mrs. Julia Evans, Mrs. Lucy Wilhoil and Mrs. Lydia Huntz, all of the local W. C. T. U. or ganization. In the saloon of James Burns, they did not leave a complete piece of glass or a working slot machine. They then went to John Herrig's saloon and had broken everything in the front of the room, including the plate glass win dows, when he appeared with a revolver, placed it at Mrs. Nation's head and said that he- would blow out her brains if she did not desist. She yielded before the pointed revolver, and with her companions ran to the Carey Hotel bar. There three policemen took them to the city prison, followed by 2,000 people. Chief of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 22, 1901. SPALDING AND MARSHALL BIG "INS" MAT CLASH A<; AIN Congressional Apportionment Will Pat Them In One District — \«» One-Sided Issue. The division of North Dakota into con gressional districts does not meej with unanimous consent. There are those prominent in the councils of the republi can party who maintain that the state al ready has too much election machinery, and that the added burden of a congres sional district campaign will have a bad effect on party harmony and success. They claim that the judicial district fights with their petty jealousies were the most an noying feature of the past campaign and threatened more than any other agency the success of the party in certain sec tions of the state. Now add to this the factional jealousy of a congressional dis trict convention and the campaign mana gers will more than have their hands full. Another reason urged is that with the two congressmen elected at large they are al ways sure to be republ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

10 JfCLOAK SACRIFICE. Nicollet Avenue and Fifth Street. Profits All Gbiie 5L' 3 into the cost. Never were better prices offered on Jackets and Suits. ' Splendid garments, good fabrics, stylish and well made, many of them.just the ; proper weights for early spring wear. If you need a jacket or suit don't let this opportunity pass. Every gar ment must be closed out before inventory. ; ; m M ■rm, jjjf jul ladies' ■' Jackets, black and • mJS&BsMWiHSW^m colors, good styles, nicely &r«WmQ^&<9 tailored, at HaltPHog. ■ ' $5.00 Jackets $2.50 $16.50 Jackets $8.25 ' ; .;.' 7.50 Jackets ...... 3.75 18.50 Jackets .c..vl. 9.25 8.50 Jackets ...... 4.25 20.00 Jackets ...... 10.00 10.00 Jackets 5.00 22.50 Jackets ...... 11 .25 12.50 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 : 40.0Q Jackets ..... 20.00 misses' and Children's Short and Long Garments ......... ONE-HALF PRICE &'£§'£& About 100 Tailor-Made Suits, all...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 22, 1901. WomjnjWorld THE WINTER STOCKS They Are Lower and Looser Than Last Year. HORSE SHOW STOCK A GAY AFFAIR ?; The Distinction Between Collar* and Stock.* In Found In the ■J „:. Material lined. t " The neck must be prettily dressed this ; '.winter,' for, with the decided shirt waist j vogue, it is .necessary that all possible "J' elegance,.be added to the gowning. ; ,>- And with, a handsome stock much is pos ': sible. •' Ingenuity has devised so n»any ,:and such varied forms for the little band ; ; that goes around the neck that infinite variety is the result. iT.r All- materials are called into play, from ' soft chenille' to stiffest satin; from chiffon i to panne; from embroidery to applique ■_-. and from silk edging to gold fringe. • ; * In.color* the choice is more than varied; every hue is permissible and the only limit •. is afforded by the style of the wearer, . who ' If she be a woman of discrimination, will '-. select with much* care the hues...

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

12 IN A COUGAR'S LAIR Two British Columbia Prospectors Stumble Upon Wealth. OLD ABANDONED TUNNEL FOUND Trail of a Quarry Led to a. Discov ery of Free Gold In Wonder fwl Profusion. Special to The Journal. Grand Forks, N. D., Jan. 22.—One of the most remarkable stories in the history of this district has just come to light through the mellowing influence of holiday whisky on an old-time prospector who, for the past ten years, has spent most of his time hunting for big game and precious metals in the mountains of the north fork of Ket tle river. In the late fall he arrived in town with a companion who had a broken and badly lacerated leg. According to their reports, the injuries were caused by a prematuro blast in a prospect on which they were doing assessment work, but the story told by the prospector while in a garrulous mood induced by convivi ality, connects the accident with a ro mance which was almost a tragedy. It appears that the two were following the fresh track of a couger i...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 22, 1901. REBELS ION OVER Over a Thousand Filipinos Take the Oath of Allegiance. TROOPS READY TO COME HOME General Mat-Arthur Sixyn That With out a Warlike. Spirit So Na- ' tive Cmi Live. Manila, Jan. . 22.— oath of allegiance has been administered in a church at Vi gan to over 1,000 persons, who acknowl edged they had contributed to the insur gent cause. About 400 persons in.the. vi cinity of Malabon have also taken the oath. General Grant is on a scouting expedi tion. Those proved to be insurgents are held. The Eleventh cavalry has arrived here pn the transport Meade from Camarines. They Will sail for home on the same ship, Feb. 1, as the Thirty-sixth infantry. The men that will sail Saturday were re viewed and addressed this evening by Gen eral Mac Arthur. Speaking of their wel come at home, General Mac Arthur said: "The chief advantage is the engendering of a warlike spirit, without which no na tion can : continue-to- live and by which alone a nation is ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

It THE BEARS WERE BACK IN CONTROL OF WHEAT * Cables Not Responsive to Yester- j V day's Advance, and Weak ness Developed. , MAY LOST3-4C: CLOSE 74 TO 74 1-8 l.oofl Cash Trade Hare, but Quiet Elsewhere, With little Ex port lmiulrj. -Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 22. —Wheat lost its bull tone this morning, May opening 14c to %c lower at 75% c. The mar ket was. dull without feature, and sagged off. May selling at 75% cat noon. The trade were disappointed in the cables. In view of our quick response. yesterday and firm close at a cent advance, further showing of for eign strength was looked for, but it was not forthcoming. First Liverpool cables were only \i& higher, and later news was weaker, Liverpool- closing Y*A lower. Reports of yes terday's export sales were confirmed, but very little new'inquiry developed, foreigner! declining to come in at the advance. A less active cash trade was noted in Chicago, and cash markets .in \ general were ■ easier. An other Argentine repo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1901. I^if} \Zf^ll #^__Ui dig rf~h/C*ftt ? p|||ggi^ Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and jLJ?xJ jy \JLI I Ot%J Lliail • (Pilfer seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising •"•■ lttfiil Kstiiic Transfers. Albert Charles Bennett to Ole E. Ander . son, lot 1, block 9, Murphy's addition $750 John O'Keefe and wife to Anders P. Anderson, part lots 1 and 2, block 16, Russell's addition .....•....,;...■ 2,000 MaYtha • A. French to Albert Charles Bennett. lot X,. block 9, Murphy's ad ■■* dition .:."...■...:.. :......... 700 Mark F. jL*e and wife to Willie C. Cook, "lot 1 and" 3, < Slocum's rear rangement .:.....'..: 2,500 Flour City 'Realty company to George G-^D&vis, (assignee), lot 8, block 1,-. . . Pleasant View addition;....... 200 Two minor deeds „..: 2 ..: Total, seven deeds .....$6,152 ! ««>'.'.< --Births. Jfrs. EdwfcJd Carlson, 513"Colfax ay N...girl Mrs.'. ft. L. Hbrr. 426 4th •st SB ....:;;...... boy Mrs. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 January 1901

:;. 1:i6,.^ I [gjjFgiNSOMNIA is a BSWj^^S^MWBMWB£HS || fc'l i forerunner of 80fi€rw(fM0ll«H6a' M§l tration; what BOBSfr%3KMBSBXSi I nervous pros ■* S^\.J hS Wrecks the .Bj strong* enough to stand' «jT« ■• \ :■■ .; ;-■ Eg up under the strain of jm&M £FfSb i Ml# A A g Bleepless nights? It is | mWf BLpf. lfffJi« j plain that nothing-in the ™ ™ '---T^ ■••:'"* ■*' '■ -v" "'^^''.v'^ -8 world can possibly > take __————__ ■••-" .'. »; i< H the place of restful sleep, , > •■■' ■ ' Jubl" ': * ' '■'•*' U yet many try to eke out OH B& 09 ilH* J-&&&ff D JK B an existence without this BoM^B ;^%&jß >■;&***Mm?.l : vi9 . j , sustaining power. Their _» — jp>BnHiVßom a ; '-": j nerves are in such a state 818 £h F% V f/f?Ji m of tension that sleep is «wfc»» ■ "•■^"^■t^~ *^~' •""■'"■.: .^li.. an ■ impossibility, or at . . m/u ■ 'M:':''' ■ ~ -'''- ** . ';&'**'• '■ if best is a series of hideous ivi £M§€G& BaGSimmmtm H dreams., It is not strange ' . ... :...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTXEffiltt. PRICE TWO CENTS. KILL THE SHIP BILL, ANYWAY Pettigrew Is Confident He .: Can Do It. HIS FILIBUSTER FAILS He Has Other Ways of Taking Up the Senate's Time. UPRISING OF THE SNAKE BAND Delegate Flynn Says It la Simply a Blurt to Influence . "V, t Congress. irfj* From The Journal Bureau, Room 43, I'oat Huildinu, VTashinutun. Washington, Jan. 23. —Senator Pettigrew, after all his hard word admits to-day that he has fallen down on his scheme to form a hard and fast triumvirate to talk the subsidy bill to death. Senator Teller, after tenatively agreeing to go into the scheme, last night informed Pettigrew that he would have to decline, and with this declination the triumvirate plan falls to the ground, for no senator on the demo cratic side will take the,vacant place and two are not physically equal to the task. The filibuster would mean that three senators would divide the time equally among them and deluge the senate with talk whenever the subsidy bill came u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 January 1901

2 CONGRESS TO TAKE CHARGE Proposed Inquiry Into the Philippines. SPOONER HAS A PLAN It Is in No Sense a Reflection on the President's Course. CONGRESS MUST ACT VERY SOON Senator Spooner Will Xot Be In the t al.inot and He Mn> Auk Ke-election. flew York Sun Special Service Washington, Jan. 23.—Senator Spooner has personally conveyed his plans for a congressional inquiry in the Philippines to the president. The Wisconsin senator ' has been the trusted mouthpiece of the "" president in the senate on matters per taining to the administration's insular . policy, and his zealous advocacy of a con gressional commission to investigate the '^Philippines and to determine if independ ence can be granted comes like a thunder bolt from a clear sky. Senator Spooner assured the president that the agitation for such a commission did not reflect, upon the resources of the • administration* in. finding out the real situ ation, but he believed that congress should Investigate for itself before acti...

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