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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

The Journal Junior I m §r^ 4 H fl B l I f i % __r% I II \ i _f i fi^Jr I.F Worthy of Note Vacation Incidents that Have Proven to Be Especially Satisfactory to Minne apolis Juniors. & & ** yf yf v:.S" HT WOULD not have taken a person with more than half an eye this week to know that there had been I promotions within a short time. A there many of promotions within a short time. A great many of the papers were signed with the former grade ammmssmsm which had then been scratched out and the higher tclaso substituted. The attention of the editor was " also drawn to the fact that the papers, especially S from the Seventh and Eighth Grades, were not up £ to the standard. It may have been due to the gen -1 eral shifting in the schools or possibly they had I not become used to being Seventh and Eighth 1 Grade pupils. A new shoe is never quite as com fortable, at first, as the old one. At any rate they * ■■■__■ were not up to the standard, which now is even higher than it ever has —b...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

2 t>ony. I went into the house (forgetting to feed the kittens) to tell mama about the pony. She told me it was mine, from my "Uncle George. I was very much pleased with it, because I never had one. before and had wanted one ever since I was two years old*- ;.'-'"'. —Clara Hunter, * B Sixth Grade. Benson, Minn. -•"■ Her Dolls Began to Chatter, (High School Credit.) - When I was a little girl, we enjoyed a visit from a distant 'relative, and it was during this visit that I experienced a most pleasant surprise. One day our visitor expressed a desire to be {shown my dolls and playroom. After" having seen the different articles used in funishing the room, I gave* him my dolls to look lat, while I set the small tea table. I invited our guest to partake \ fcf our repast, which offer he kindly accepted. . "I want tea, not milk," said a" squeaky little; voice at my side. I was so surprised that I could not utter a word for a few fecconds. "Why: didn't you speak, before, Dollie?" was my f...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

tor it for a month. After that we played games and then my mother spread a lunch for us out on the lawn. While we were eating my father took our picture again, then we played some more. This was the most pleasant time *l have ever had, be cause we had a good time and there were no quarrels of any kind to mar the occasion. % Theodore Schultz, Seventh Grade, .Worthington, Minn. Even If.lt Was Only a Sucker. The happiest minute of my life was when I caught my first fish, and then it was only a sucker. I was in Wisconsin visiting relatives and on the second day of my visit I went fishing. When I got to the little creek I baited my hook and flung it into the stream. I got a great many bites but though I pulled my line in time and time again nothing would come up to reward my efforts. At last, just as I was thinking of starting for home, I got a bite and when I pulled, up came a fish. It is needless. to say that I went home rejoicing. I had grown so tired of getting bites and no fish that...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

4 She JOURNAL JUNIOR.. Mac Harris Anson The Junior is published-by the Minneapolis Journal for the public school children of the northwest, ln and above the fifth grade, and is de voted principally to their own writings. There is no expense attached, and all are welcomed as competitors.'-The editor wishes to encourage cor respondence and suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. _____ More Than Queen. A NOTABLE sovereign, a great woman,. but more than all else, a loving and dearly beloved mother, has passed with Queen Victoria. Perhaps her lovableness in her own family was best shown in the dispatch sent by the Prince of Wales announcing her death. "My beloved mother has just passed away," he wrote as simply as any other son in a more low ly walk of life would have done. It was his mother and "not the queen that he thought of. -<-. . Great as has been the reign of Victoria, alive as she was to the dignities of her""position, s...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

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

6 Worthy of Note By Minneapolis Juniors -.; Continued from First Page. make it up the moment I was at leisurewhich promptness, I may add, was another cause of my rejoicing later on. I had, however, rather thoughtlessly selected plain cloth, simply because I had been struck by the beauty :of an unfigured bag which I wished to copy. I knew well enough that it would have to be stamped and equally well that I had no idea of how to accomplish that. Yet I was content to leave it and finish the. bag first. At last a pattern became imperative. Several efforts to rem edy the difficulty ended in failure. Finally I brought forth my latent and somewhat doubtful drawing abilities and the result was almost too simple to mention. In half an hour I was working on a pattern that had been sketched with dressmaker's chalk and which only needed frequent retracing to be all right. It was very pretty, blue and white, my favorite combination, and I was proud of it, too, not only because it was entirely my...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

my mother said to me one day in my summer vacation. I always liked to go to her house because she was such a pleasant old lady. I picked a bouquet of flowers, the prettiest that I could Tfind, to take to her and was soon on my way. On entering the house I was very much pleased to find her sitting up. The day passed quickly for we had many things to tell oie, another and when it was 5 o'clock I did not know where the time had • gone. When I reached home, mama was not there, so I put on my big apron and got supper and I did not look so cross about it either as usual. I was very happy when I went to bed, because I felt that I had made two people happy. B Seventh 'Grade, ' —Ida Sprung. Van Cleve School. 911 Twentieth Avenue XE. A Welcome Message Over the Telephone. When our telephone was first put in it did not ring very much, but one Saturday it rang more than usual. . Papa answered at once and when he was .most through I heard him say, "Yes, I should be pleased to have her go." When h...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 January 1901

8 BIRD MOUND BUILDERS They Use Incubators to Hatch Their Eggs. American Boy. Some years ago, a sea captain ( who was trading in the Celebes Islands 'received, as he was about to sail, a basket which the messenger said contained a few eggs which he wished delivered at the next .' port The skipper placed the eggs in his cabin for safety, and thought no more about them until one morning he heard a noise in the basket, and to his amaze ment saw one of the eggs break open "and its occupant fly across the cabin. Later -he learned that the bird was ' the maleo, a pheasant-like creature that deposits its eggs in the volcanic sands of the beach, allowing the sun to hatch them. The young birds dig their way out and are able to take care of them-' selves from birth, and can fly immediately to a - limited distance. ' ; ■ Closely related to the maleo is a group of birds which can be properly termed the mound builders of bird life. They are the megapodes of New Guinea and Australia, the only bird...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNALS PRICE TWO CENTS. BLOW TO BIG CHICAGO DITCH Supreme Court Decision on the Drainage Canal. VICTORY FOR MISSOURI Case Will Now Go Before the Courts on Its Merits. IS ST. LOUIS WATER POLLUTED? Drninnice Hoard's Demurrer Being Overruled, Opens the Muiu Ques tion in Controversy.' Washington. Jan. 2S.—The United States supreme court to-day rendered an opinion in the case of the Chicago drainage canal, overruling the demurrers filed by the state of Illinois and the Chicago drainage canal district board. The proceeding was brought by the state of Missouri against the state of Illinois and the drainage canal board to prevent the use of the canal on the ground L c it polluted the drinking water of St. Louis. The effect of the decision is to sustain the contention of Missouri. The opinion was read by Justice Shiras, the chief Justice and Justices Harlan and While uniting in a dissenting opinion. . Justice Shiras said that two questions ■were presented. The first was: "W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

2 "imperialism," but It could not be sneered away. '■ Imperialism. You can have imperialism without an em peror, just as the Romans found that they could have a more than royal master though he did not wear the hated name of king. The retention of the Philippines will com mit us to the whole program of empire. There is a law among nations, as Hamlet says there is among men, by which a bad appetite grows by what it feeds on. Xo nation in history has resisted it, and to every nation that baa yielded to it, it has brought disaster. Athens succumbed to it and perished. Rome indulged the mad ambition and followed it to her doom. It was the ruin of Venice. It will work the destruction of England, in my opinion, ere the close of this fateful century. Are we, with all the lessons of history be fore us, to prove the next victim of this insatiate passion, the greatest, most lament able, most gratuitous sacrifice in all human tragedy? I do not wish to convey the impression that in my opinion t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

IRSS7E&Y EVENIMS, JANUARY 28, 1901. SUAULIS THE KEY probable Deal for the Control of the --*'..-,c. Railway System* , •: m — MATTHEW MARSHALL'S LETTER ; - » in ■ ' .i 'i ■< . . fclan* lit KiiKlajid That Point to-the ' ... Commercial Decline «>£ ■ ' few >„< What Country. ( ~j~; VtwYofk Man Mpmoiml Gmrvla» " New York, Jan. Discussing the financial situation the Sun eayst I - The key to our stick market just now is the - impending developments concerning the • £U Paul railway. Normally a further decline in the market might be expected. History testifies that ,-when a prolonged rise in any market has apparently culminated, a decline usually occurs, brought about by the in herent forces of reaction, \of from one-third to one-half the previous rise. Such a decline baa not yet been seen in our present market. Yet Jt must be frankly confessed that, -with existing business conditions of such exceed ing prosperity, with railroad earnings each day showing increases ' over the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

.* THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, I J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. | EDITOR. • T H X J « I It A A L la published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Buildlnv, Minneapolis Minn. - , c. J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TKBMS 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 2.80 One copy, one year... 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition,' SO 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 ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their lormer as well as present address. _________ tOSiTIMKD All papers are continued until an . ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribers ill please notify the office in every cane...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

} MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1901. ■ *V \w/ a^_ J § On Bt sit ~~~~^^. fS' tW pw^—— -t^w « '**~"*"*-^W KIW^ HI ———m _^fVy •* ■ {/w^^* vfe'\ . *^c extre2JJe straight-front corset of 1900 was foreshadowed by the moderately Hfc^-iS\ \S*rf ' / if V W Btra^tt R& G" No. 397 of 1898. I 1 j^/^ *\\ *-/ Jy. >^l >>o* \ c was and is the corse of comfort with the essence of style. It is i| ; Sraf^Bf t& *T& 14 .' .! ..; ■ jr^A a /^f I \ y^t stra^^lt encitlgh for the prevailing vogue and curved enough to conform to health- , bß|BSb|; 1 /1/a fSx** * <^>\&\ ful anatomical lines. B /^^•AA -^-^i^ J^L^^ /\//j(| VVi^^O^ \!«J During 1900 many dealers have sold it as a straight-front corset. To be i-'-v^f fIHB I I Jit f\. v * A^rvr^^^^^'S'X "A \ iJ^T^ V"*^ sure, it is more nearly straight-front than many corsets that were sold under that B%^,i>i^B' I j^t^^/^pSjUi^y v^^\\\^*^}^*^l^s-J misleading title, but anR&G straight-front is quite another matter. 'HHHraißi' , I **...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

6 CITY NEWS Karl) Closing; Agreement—The mer chant* of Washington arenue N, Plymouth and Twentieth avenus N, have entered into an agreement, effective to-day, <to close at 7 p. m. dall}\ Mrs. Booth To-niwbt — Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth arrived In St. Paul this morning to remain a few days. Mrs. Booth will lecture at the Y. M. C. A. hall in Minne apolis to-night She will fee Introduced by Professor Maria Banford. Large Warehouse— A four-story brick •warehouse, 50 by 140, to co»t $30,000, is to be •rected by F. J. Raidt for the Qeiser Manu facturing company. The building will be slt uat«d at Washington and Sixth avenues S, and is to be used for storing farm machinery. Branch Office Here— Dairy Commif sloner McConnell said this morning that ne would open & branch office in Minneapolis, May 1, for the collection of license fees. The office will be kept open for some weeks. A comical fee of $1 a year is charged all dairies and milk wagons. Jack-tin-HuKiier — Report comes to headqu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1901. YERXA Not a single item in this list but carries a lesson in economy. Be»t Rolled Oats, 10 lbs only to order, fib;.'. 1 l%c Best Potatoes, 60-lb bu5he1......... 48c Best solid head Cabbage, lb. l%c Rutabagas, peck 5c California Prunes, lb 4c Evaporated Peaches, 1b...... 8c Full Cream Cheese, per lb 10c Choice Brick Cheese, per lb ........10c Preserved Strawberries, 1-lb can 9c Preserved Raspberries, 1-lb can 8c Naw Dates, lb 5c English Walnuts, lb .*. . 10c Pure Fruit Jelly, tumbler ........ t 10c Snider'a Catsup, 25c size for 20c Cartice Bros.' Catsup, bottle 20c Coon Starch, 1-lb pkg 3%c 8-lbpkg. Mince Meat for 25c Fancy Soap, bar ....: :4c Braided Clothes Lines, each 7c Flaked Peas, Beans or Rice , per Pkg 8c Nelson's Gelatin, pkg 9c New Honey, comb 13c Half pound package pure Borax 7c Electric Cloth, great for cleaning silver, each 10c Brazil Cocoanut, pkg 5c Campbell's stewed and strained To- niatoes, can 9c Hoffman's Cream Starch, pkg 12c Fros...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

8' 39th Semi-Annual Reduction SaJe |The Plymouth | ' /<;^<-^%jMi pensity named Shylock \ once f\ U M>l^fesv said that a well lined pocket was /[ l;\ Jp||tp|§|) the warmest possible covering. IB (i/JfeS?M? '■ -■ c can eon outs^e rjfl [ib obi v armt in the shape of a heavy iKy^ id - EM suit without much cooling of jßfi^&^^WiT^ $15, 18 and $20 suits are Wwß^^^^^^%M^ Overcoats are sold at similar I •iH^^&jaß^i^Wfaa^- So are Hats, Caps and Gloves £^ Rr Sixth and Nicollet. Florida East Coast Railway The Hotels of the Florida East Coast Hotel Company are now all open and accommodations may be secured by communicating with managers of respective hotels. Other Hotels at stations on the line of the Florida East Coast Railway now open. Annual Golf Tournaments ST. AUGUSTINE. HOTEL ALCAZAR, Joseph P. Greaves, Manager ) HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, Robert Murray, Mgr.... ( March 25 28 and 37 CORDOVA, Rooms Only ) HOTEL ORMOND, Anderson & Price, Managers.... ( MarCh 21p 22 "* 23 PALH ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1901. FOES TO THE GRIP MUNYON'S THREE GREAT BLESSINGS TO THE AFFLICTED COUNTRY, HIS INHALER, HIS COLD CUBE AND HIS GRIP CURE. . There is no need to suffer from a cold—and a cold nowadays. means prob able Grip. There is no need to suffer from Grip, for Professor Munyon has the remedies not only to prevent it, but to cure it. He has conferred upon the pub lic three invaluable blessings—his INHALER, HIS COLD CUBE and his GRIP CURE. There is no known treatment that will so speedily clear and heal all the air passages of the head, nose, throat and lungs as Musyon's luhaler, which is now regarded in the medical world as one of the greatest curative discoveries known in the annals of the profession. This Inhaler, used in conjunction with Munyon's Cold and Grip Cures, will speedily cure all forms of Grip, and avert Pneumonia and Diphtheria. The Inhaler gives almost immediate relief, while the Cold and Grip Cures drive the disease from the system. Munyon's Cold Cu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

JO SHARP BREAK IN WHEAT, MAY SELLING TO 75 3-8 c Bears Ruled the Market All Bay on Lower Liverpool and Other Depressing News. RUSSIA SHIPPED MORE WHEAT A Decrease in the Visible— Receipts Lurge-Oood Demand Here tor Ml 11 In* Wheat. Minneapolis Chamber of Commeroe, Jan. 26. —Disappointing cables threw off the wheat market this morning and opened May %c under Saturday's close, at 76V»c. Sentiment was bearish at the start World's shipments ran ahead of last week, and northwestern receipts showed a gain over a year ago. The weakness came principal}- from the Liverpool advices. With continued strength here through the latter part of the week, and a final advance on Saturday, traders hoped for Liverpool to come again responsive, at least in part, but first reports showed wavering tendency, and the close was % to %d lower. Paris closed wheat 10 to 16 centimes lower and flour 20 to 40 centimes lower. The visi ble decreased, 405,000 bu. This bad little ef fect, being more than' offset by pri...

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

MONDAY EVENING. JANUARY 28. 1901. _—■_____—_B_BSBI IT}f\ \ff\ll t*f*£lfi i~llf*fflP tf^SZ^ Oth do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and I JLJxJ xJk-l 1 C^CIU LI /C /// • §P^^ seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising | CONGRESSMAN A HERO Crniupacker of Indiana Cheered at the Willurd Hotel Fire. Washington. Jan. 28.—Congressman Crumpacker of Valapraiso, lnd., and Ed ward Miller, secretary to Congressman Radenberg of Illinois, were the heroes of a flre in the Willed hotel yesterday morning. Fire was discovered In a storeroom of the hotel at 2:30 o'clock and young Miller, who was sleeping in Congressman Raden berg's room On the first flour, gave the alarm and then climbed the fire escape, broke in Congressman Crumpacker's win dow, got the congressman, his wife aud son, and then went through the upper floors arousing the guests. There were about fifty people in the hotfl and they were all rescued by firemen from the fire escapes. Congressman Crumpacker assisted...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 January 1901

12 ■ CONGRESSMUSTMEET \ Representative Escli of Wisconsin - Talks tof Extra * Session. . CONGRESS ■ HAS WORK ON HAND Philippines and Cuba. Are the Rea , sons He ' Gives for Calling .' Congress. -, Now York Sun Spool ml Service, ■ ■:,:■ -.-. Washington, Jan. 28.— do not see how ' it is possible to avoid an extra session of congress," said Representative Esch of Wisconsin, • "if we are .to give the • Fili pinos a civil government J and * act upon . the constitution, adopted Iby the Cuban convention.'- - He continued: ■;...:> There is not enough time left in which to transact the j business „ now before congress, and it would only be a question of calling the new members here if the president should de ■;'■' cide it necessary to convene congress in an extraordinary session early in March. ~i _. I do not believe the members would object, i as much important legislation is pending and there is not half enough time left in which to pass upon it. V ■;-. • * An impression prevails that t...

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