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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURI^|II. PRICE TWO CENTS. ELABORATE PAGEANT FOR QUEEN VICTORIA Funeral Procession in London Will Be Even More Extensive Than Was Ex pected. King and Emperor William on Horseback Will Ride at the Head-Kings Will Take Part, Queen's Body Lies in the Diningroom at Osborne House—Magnificent Flow ers and Drapings. Cowes, Jan. 26.—A number of leading newspaper correspondents were admitted to-day to see the queen's remains lying in state. The approaches to Osborne House were as rigorously guarded as ever. A cordon of police, the men standing at in tervals of a few yards apart, entirely sur rounded the building itself. This was the only sign of life. The shades were closely drawn and the royal standard floated at half-mast from the tower. It was but a step from the entrance, across the hall to the dining room where the queen's body rested. The entrance to this room was beautifully draped with crimson, and attached thereto were sev eral gigantic wreaths from members of the h...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

2 KNEEL TO CARNEGIE Morgan and Rockefeller Must Go to Him for Supplies. CONTROLS THE STEEL CAR TRUST Report in Xew York; of Hia Latent Step in the Fiirht of the Millionaires. Now York Sun Spec/at Scrvtoa ! New York, Jan. Andrew Carnegie has played another card, in the battle of the multimillionaires for supremacy in the steel world. He has outwitted Rockefel ler and Morgan by securing control of the Pressed Steel Car company. He has added to his fighting capital $25, -000,000, which is the capitalization of the trust. It is paying over $2,000,000 a year in dividends. Carnegie has carried the war, . into Rockefeller's own field. While Rockefel ler and Morgan planned to control the railroads of America, Mr. Carnegie ex tended his grasp to cover almost, every thing the railroads need. The railroads cannot operate without supplies. Car negie holds the key. Rockefeller owns only the rights of way and the oil. Car negie controls everything Rockefeller wants except locomotives, and it is a...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

SATUBDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1901. SHORT HISTORY OF THE GRIP. Man Who Had the Grippe Writes His Experiences, Which Are Very Funny and Interesting; As Well As Instrnctiye, TO THE EDITOR: A wheeze; a sneeze; Bones ache; brains bake; Eyes red; sore head; Can't feed; can't read;. Can't smoke; no joke; Can't sing; ears ring; Can't talk; can't walk; Don't care; rip! swear! Now this Is the way every man feels •when he has the grippe. If every man knew how I got rid of the grippe it seems to me every man would do as I did. I bought a bottle of Cascarine and it cured me of the grippe in two days. It restored my appetite, kept my bowels regular and made me feel fine. I advise everybody to get a bottle of Cascarine to-day. I bought mine at a drug store and the clerk said he had sold over three dozen bottles In the last three days. When you ask for Cascarine be sure you get Cascarine, and not cheap tablets. Cascarine comes in bottles and not in boxes. It's a laxative tonic and not a pill or ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

'i A USE FOR EVERYTHING. Nothing Yet Ever Created Without a Purpose. A Theory Difficult to be Believed in Some Instances. Many TMnfc Nature Might Have Been Im proVed Upon in Many Ways. We all wonder why certain. things were ever made, why certain animals or insects were allowed to live. And yet there is no doubt but that everything was intended for some purpose, and, as civilization advances, •uch purposes are discovered. Cod'liver oil is something that everybody knows to have been a wise provision of Provi dence, to be used as a medicine in all wast ing diseases. Why Nature should have ap pended to this valuable remedy its horrible odor and most terrible taste is also something that many have wondered at. But that was Nature's way. She gave to man the crude material, and has left it to his intelligence to overcome many of its objectionable features. This is exactly what has happened in regard to cod ttver oil. Everybody knows its value. Everybody knows how necessary if Is for physi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26, 1901. I FREE EXHIBITION i Foreign Paintings. i You are respectfully invited to attend an exhi- | bition of HIGH-CLASS FOREIGN PAINTINGS \ now being held at the I Bintliff Art Galleries, j 417 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH. i !1 I j By Mr. Edward McDonald, of New York and i Paris. Among the artists represented are the ; works by the following well known masters: J. B. Corot, Paris. Q. Vidal, Rome. E. Verbeckhoven, Belgium A. Ciratelli, Rome. W. E. Norton, R. B. A. A. Coradino, Rome. A. Deßreanski, R. B. A. A. D. Beaurigard, Paris. ! Bernardo Hay, Venice. V. Armodia, Naples. Charles Craig, A. N. A. C. H. Dorion, New York. Harvey Young. W. H. Crane, London. § WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY It ler hair. If Gray or Bleached, it can be re stored to its natural color without Injury tokeaitk or kcalp by one application of the Imperial Hair Regenerator THE STANDARD HAIR COLORING. • It is absolutely harmless. Any shade produced. Color ■ fast, and ONE APPLICATION LASTS Aft \J\ MONTH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Death of Mr*. Cooper— Cooper, *rho was Kate Grimshaw. daughter of R. S. Grimshaw, died last night at her home In Rapid City, S. D. Death of Mary Martin — Mrs. Mary J. Martin, 2*lo Sixteenth avenue S, died yes terday morning ,- at 3 o'clock. The funeral took place from Holy Rosary church to-day at 2 p. m. Olson Edits— p. Olson, late as sistant labor commissioner, has assumed con trol of the Minneapolis Democrat and has made a two years' contract with the owners. He Is at present preparing the biennial report of the department. "We Are - the Beit"-President A. J. Townson, of the Rochester, N. Y. board of education, paid a very high tribute to the pubHe school system of Minneapolis. ■ The New Yorker said that he had never seen a better school system than that of this city. Pafler-Hubbard Co. Incorporates— The Puffer-Hubbard Manufacturing company of Minneapolis, filed articles of Incorporation with the secretary of state this morning. The company will manufacture lumber, shi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26. 1901. MINNESOTA V LOAN & TRUST 60. HISIXKAPOLri, im Capital. .. $500,000.00 ' Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2% ts& Allowed on Ol«.°» Deposits. % BSS... Legal Depository 91 Q£» On for Court and Of* t"S&u Trust Funds IN VESTMENTS— ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—AII classes of Trusts care fully administered. SAFETY DEI'eSIT VAI7I/M, Wh»n in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Avii. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $'j to Si'.jO per day- European plan. soc, 75c. $1 and $1.50, with choice restaurant at reasonable prloes. Special rates by week and month. The Progressive Photographer fancy and Ereuing Waists, Hairdressing, Flower*. etc.. FREE. 427 McoJlot, over iorxa'a. The Grill Dining and Lunch Room. 308-310 First Ay. S. THE WEATHER The Predlctlonn. Minnesota, the Dakotas—Pair to-night and Sunday; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

8 BULL SENTIMENT CARRIED MAY WHEAT AT 77 l-8c The Foreign | Strength Holds , and There Is Interest in Winter |'. Wheat Prospects. .V,r: NOTHING NEW FROM ARGENTINE Good Ca«lt Demand Here— • Trade Improved— jT- ' Newt of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 26. Wheat advanced again this morning, May Belling up to 77Hc The advance was not without opposition and the market met with free Belling around the high point, bearing. it back to a dip under yesterday, but be fore' the close strength was reasserted i and the • reactionary loss wiped out. " Early re ports were lees bullish In tenor than yes terday, but there was enough confidence to carry along the bull turn. Liverpool closed }4d' higher. There was nothing particularly new from Argentine, although much of yes terday's damage talk was repeated. Aside from' the hint thrown out by the Modern, Miller as to possibility of insufficient moisture ' for winter wheat, there has been nothing of late as to prospects in this country,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

f> BAWTRDAY EVENING", JANTTABY 26, 1901. Educationally THE JOURNAL'S Home study Library and New National Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Atlas as offered for sale by The Minneapolis Journal, is the beautiful ship of knowl edge freighted with the genius of every age and clime. Through its 12,000 pages radiant with the inspired deeds and thoughts of the gifted sons of heart and brain, The Journal's Home Educational Library pours a pcntacostal blessing on every student, thinker, and strug gling soul of labor or of intellect, be their spheres what they may. The classic prodigies of the past live over again; Homer an Virgil, Shakespeare and Milton, Goethe and Schiller, Dante and Patrach, Burns and Gold smith, Hugo and Racine, Irving and Hawthorne, Longfellow and Bryant, Whittier and Holmes, and all the other celebrities of the world are heard in a grand intellectual chorus the seraphical harmony of their souls blending in perfect and rapturous concord. Add to these classic repre sentativ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

10 IF^iiTk \7f\ll t*f*2%fs 't-fo&tYl'-^ fllllP^ Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and I I LJ\J Jr ULJ iCclll LI IdII « ■ IJiPS?\. sellertogether quicker than any other kind of advertising I : ■WMll'll^^ ■■ ■■ wi '^«hf '''''liilllHilllilllliyillMlllliyWMlllllllllllill'llilllliiilill lilll'WlHllJ'^nilPH'lHUmi^lHll limn m iiiiihi ■mlimiih— Him mil i mill i n mi ■ n ■■■■!■- ■,■ ■ "' *tM CHANCE FOR STATESMEN ' SCHEMES OP REAPPORTIONMEXT Fletcher's Attitude—One Plan That Would Put Heatwole and Ale- Ole*ry In One District. Word comes from Washington that Con gressman Fletcher has decided not to op pose any division of Hennepin county which the legislature may think wise to lhako in arranging ' the reapportionment. He will be satisfied* ■with any solution of the problem, reached, although like the rest of the Minnesota delegation, he be lieves it will be good politics to elect the two " new congressman at large, insuring a solid republican delegation. ■ It is already b...

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

SATURDAY EVENING. JANTTAEY 26, 1901. Ir\f) \Zf\ll FPflfi ittl£*tTl ? f^^S^ Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and JLfU •/ ULi 1 %?CI%J. LI id 11 • JP^F seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising NUMBER ' Continued. **** ***** ********«;• ♦*♦♦♦♦♦ * THE MERCANTILE REFERENCE CO., * * 540 Lumber Exchange, has* on Its regls- * * tratlon lists for positions the coming ♦;♦ * week: 10 bookkeepers, $30 to . $100 per ♦> * month; 12 -lady stenographers, $5 to *15 * * week; 8 gentlemen stenographers, $10 to * * $1S week; 5 dry goods salesmen, $8 to $16 * •> week; 1-furniture maker and designer, * «£♦ $2.50 day; bank cashiers, tellers, travel- ♦;• * ing men. managers, collectors. Janitors, * , * etc.; best references. '" <» ♦♦< t 9 **W'+*_4+*J MJ* ***** SEND ME NAMES OF SIX PERSONS WHO may attend business college, and receive a dozen I cards written by the champion pen • man of the west; or a valuable premium In „, case we secure one or more of them a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

12 MAINE COMES NEXT Report That Mrs. Nation Will r In vade the State. CLOSE UP PORTLAND FIRST Then She Will Visit Other Cities That Have Saloons—Rumor ; From. Boston. \ . How York Sun Special Smrvlom Boston, Jan. 26.—A report is current in prohibition circles that Mrs. Carrie • Na tion is; coming ito visit this city after she , has completed her tour of Kansas. According « 'to the rumor,-which cannot be confirmed, it is the intention of Mrs. Nation ■to visit the prohibition state of Maine to assist Sheriff Pearson in closing up the saloons in Portland, after which she •will visit all the cities In Maine where liquor is cold openly. Wichita, Kan., Jan. ■ 26.—Two ■ hundred ■women of Wichita met in Salvation Army ball and decided to attack . the saloonsj of this city unless they are closed at once. Henry Schweiter, owner of the ; two ■wrecked buildings,' has . sworn out % com plaints for Mrs. Nation and her assistants,' ■who wrecked the saloons Monday, charg ing. them with inciting rio...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

'.■.- :.s t . . ..... 7 PART II in JOURNAL JUNIOR 1 §^M\ q%cj£jQMMER€IAL CLUBS NEW tIQME l&gES&ll 1 -T^T.,,..1...^..,.,fUJ CD CD CD CD CD CD :■ CD. >PHOTOJ*;#MWILL]AHJ C CD si CD ffl CQ CD I^^^ ' • ' .■•'■': HE SEVEN HUNDRED members | Ejs"g£3 of lne ucw- rejuvenated, vital- Wa Ea| ized Commercial Club are the : Ka §H! proudest body of citizens in the ' ■^■gjSj .northwest. ; Their beautiful new home in the Andrus building on which; so much money and labor has been expended, is now as cosy and home-like as a rlghly furnished private residence,* and wherever the , eye '• turns in the magnificent rooms pleasing vistas of comfort and elegance can be- seen. While the rooms are large and commodious beyond anything ever seen in Minneapolis, they are so tasteful in their decorations, so rich in their fur nishings and so elegant in all the appoint ments of a first-class club, that the en-, thusiasm of Commercial clubmen is easily understood. Since the opening of the club a few days...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

2 - In Labor's Field NEW ZEALAND LAW It Will Be Discussed at Union Club Meeting To-night. JAMES P. M'LAUGHLIN TO SPEAK The Rapid Growth of the Club a I Source of Great Satisfaction 'to' Members. Interest in the meetings of the recent ly organized .-Union .Club. Is constantly growing, as the steady increase |in the .attendance at the biweekly meetings tes tifies. The subjects discussed are of wide interest in labor circles, and at the be ginning of a new century, when organiza , tion is the watchword in all. the social fabric, it is peculiarly appropriate that ' members of the affiliated trades unions . should endeavor to keep abreast, of the j times through an intelligent discussion of ; the large questions of the day. . Legisla tion is a broad subject which offers par ticular attractions to laboring men, who are coming to believe more and more that remedial laws will. In more progres sive times go far toward settling the dif v ferences between capital and labor. An attractive featu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

. SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1901. I ' I Books and Authors *' ' l ■•■■■■■■■— » »■» ■! Vi..V_. a ... a .'a.'——,», , - a... a ■«■♦—♦—»—.■.■#■. ■»■»,», :;" : ; J-^ THE LITERARY OUTLOOK : •> . AN IMPORTANT NEW BOOK ON .THE PHILIPPINES—THE WORK OF THE; SEA "■< STORY WRITERS— MATTHEWS ON THE USE OF THE SPLIT IN i■.::: - FINITIVE—ANDREW LANG'S EXAMINATION IN miction—English;books OF LAST YEAR. fc • „ . Correspondence of The Journal. ,'• - : ,':>iV',l?b-^V. ' - i rp=-g_=,E W.YORK, Jan. 24.—One of the most important, if not, indeed, the most I ml important of the books issued this month is that of Mr. Albert G. Robin - lt__il son's "The Philippines, the War and the People." Mr. Robinson was the ."'-.' ififk 1 correspondent in the Philippines of the New York Evening Post, who sent If _______ In such' trenchant and- valuable' letters to his paper that much editorial • omnient was. made upon them. ( These letters have been< gone over carefully and r? supplemented* in many ways ''...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIA* SWIFT, i J. & McLAIN, ' ; MANAGES. ,1| .EDITOR.'. : • 'i- m *& a v i a -> .a i. is _»übii-t»ea every eveniug, except 'Sunday,' at 47-48 Fourth. Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn. : C.J.'Blllaon, Manager Eastern Adver '. Using..:.'' '*'-['"', "- "" NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. *-„.'- . „ ;.' CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. . ■„."■■ . .. ■ . SUBSCRIPTION TKHMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one m0nth..................{0.35 One copy, three months.. LOO 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. cento CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses 'of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All I papers are continued until an ex plicit order is recei...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

SATUEDAY EVENING, JANUARY 26, 1901. "MOUNTAIN PLAYMATES," BY MRS. JOHN ALBEE A Former Minneapolis Woman Has Described Entertainingly Her Life on a Mountain Farm in New Hampshire. One of the season's books that will in terest Minneapolis people when its author ship is recognized is "Mountain Playmates" by Mrs. Helen R. Albee, better known hers by her maiden name'of Miss Nellie Rickey. Mrs. Albee is tbe wife of John Albee, a poet whose l writings have been received with favor in the critical New England circles of which he is a member. Since her marriage Mrs. Albee has -lived in the east and this book which is her first ambitious venture in literature gives glimpses of her life that her many friends will enjoy for their autobiographical char acter as well as their literary merits. The volume is really a "nature book," although its descriptive passages and philosophy include in that category human beings as well as inarticulate nature. Its slight framework of incident adds to the charm...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

6 1% «/?!r $4 ; "") X-" Ifr X^M V^ko^ !____. <' 'J X.-^ NORMAN , SYNOPSIS OF PRECEDING CHAPTERS. 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 1860, 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. ' Maclntyre,. and is courteously received, but arouses the jealously of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lane. Malloy separates Miss Lane from ths main party during a fox hunt, and at the Christmas ball, the same evening, affects an air of proprietorship dis tasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to his rival, Norman Holt. But all ill feeling Is forgot ten when at midnight all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch, which cere mony is interrupted by a midnight mess...

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

SATURDAY^ EVENING, \ JANUARY u 26,. 1901. \ THEATERS. ___ - , ... . -; . BILLS OF THE WEEK j very poorly equipped restaurant and lunch : ' i counter. At this station the score or more "A Hole in the Ground"—at the characters are congregated. and compelled Bijou. to remain because of the delay of a train The Victoria Burlesquers-at the by a ,hole in the ground, which, in the ver y nacular of the railroad man means a wash- Dewey. out The peculiar type of folks of this "Brown's in Town" and "The region and the tyranieal train crew and Sigrn of the Cross"— the Metropol- Bta-tlon attaches form the characters of the its V*-.V play. . The oppressiveness of the train an' hands, the sense of injury exhibited by the passengers, the maliciousness of , the sta- The story of "Brown's In Town," which tlon end baggage agent,' the eccentric wit will be the bill at the Metropolitan to- °' a "stranger," the ludicrous and always morrow night, is decidedly complicated, welcome "Weary "Willie," the funn...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

8 HALF A SHOW FOR PUSS Aristocratic Tabbies to Be Exhibited in Connec tion With the Poultry Show to Be Held February 6-12. J "■ RSS_r^r-r_-^rall-»^SCT IBfiii--3i>rffr^ "'r "V * *v*-- 4_B flr^Bl PRINCE TEDDY ON THE ALERT. Affairs are looking up in catdom. There ■Slave been dog shows, and horse shows, and cattle shows, but everybody knows that .pussy has never had half a show. Friends of the favorite house pet are therefore bestirring themselves, and If there were a live paper in the "meow" J language the whole cat' kingdom would be | agog with the news of the society event (which is to come off next month the first «at show ln Minnesota. It is to be given j 4a rnnnaotlon with th* annual exhibition. j _b i L________M_-_-____-_- '„, .. I-. -■< 808 INGBRSOLL, Owned by. Mrs. Besom p*at the state poultry association, which is to be held this year in St. Paul, from Feb. * to 12. . The entries close Monday. No entry fee ; will be charged and the : care, feed, boxes, ; •nd attendance w...

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