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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBBUARY S, ■ 1901 BUYERS AND SELLERS ifZSt^i^XX"" 1 OF 'IOURMAL want ads. M'MDEH 33-Contlnned •FROST & CO.'S SALE STABLES. HEAD quarters for the sale of I all classes of horses. Large assortment always on hand. 12 2d ;sUN. ..-.-. :.-.:„';■ ■■'/---. ';■■ - GRAND OPENING HORSE AUCTION SALE —Barrett & Zimmerman will hold their first ' grand horse ' auction sale of * the season at Midway : Horse Market, St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 20, 1901, and every succeeding Wednesday "during the*seasoni 'Will ha,ve on hand for the-, first ; sale the 1; largest consignment of hbrses in the history of the horse business of the northwest, consisting of drafters, farm mares, drivers, roadsters, «oach horses, brood mares, stallions and. mules, which have.been selected to meet the ' wants of ; the farmers and . the demand for speeders and drivers. This is the best opportunity ever presented to buy your horses at your own prices; Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway, St. Paul, Minn. ; FOR S...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

10 KNOCK THE GRIP Read Carefully the Follow ing Advice of Dr, A. H, Keller, Sioux Falls, S. D., the Host Prominent Nose, Throat and Lung Specialist in the West. "I will send to any man or woman in the United States or Canada my famous Sylvan Ozone, which will cure the grippe or any cold in one day. Sylvan Ozone is the greatest grippe preventive in exist ence and I can honestly say that it has cured everyone who has used it properly. Sylvan Ozone is Nature's own germicide and is inhaled in the throat, nose and lungs and destroys and expels every form of microbe. It is the very luxury of medi cation and healing. It is safe, pleasant and convenient to use and readily available for babe or adult., It cures. It checks all discharges of the nose and eyes, stops sneezing, promptly relieves the throat and lungs and tones up the system. If you have the grippe a severe cold or any trouble with your nose, throat or lungs "write to me stating your case fully and I •will advise you free of charg...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

„ FART .', XX . IMB JOURNAL JUNIOR INFLUX OF A MIGHTY HOST It has been the contention of The Journal for the past few years that the city of Minneapolis was not growing as rapidly as the country adjacent. This is most certainly true. The census of 1900 gives very good evidence of the truth of the proposition, but it is doubtful whether it approximates the real condi tions in 1900-1. For the census covers a full decade, and while it shows that the country grew faster than the city on the average during that period, it does not show, what seems certain, that at the present time the ratio of urban and extra urban growth have reached a still greater discrepancy. The facts on which this claim are made are those pertaining to the quite unpercedented immigration into the northwest during 1900 and the indica tions of an Influx of settlers during 1901 even exceeding the number which arrived last year. lilies* one happens to be connected with the railroad or land business, or travels extensiv...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

2 In Labor's Field FOUR SCHEDULES IN Trades Unions Formulate Wage Scales for 1901. PLASTERER'S GENEROUS DEMANDS '•They A»k Seven Cent* an Hour In ESxcesM of Laat Year's - ■ ■ Scale. Four of the unions connected with the building trade have formulated their wage demands for the coming year and the same have been approved by the Build ing Trades council, and the schedules for mally transmitted to the contractors association for its consideration. These are the plasterers, bricklayers, carpenters and stonemasons uuiuus. With ihe exception of the plasterers all took a very conservative view of the Situation, and, while recognizing that there would undoubtedly be a great de mand this year for their services, decided to make no marked changes from last year's schedules. The brick layers' re ceived 50 cents per hour last year and ask for the same this year. The stone masons value their services at 40 cents, which ■was last year's schedule. The carpenters have put in a request for on advanc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 190 L Books and Authors o ..«» THE LITERARY OUTLOOK BOOKS REJECTED IN BOSTON—THE QUEEN OF ROUMANIA AND HER BOOKS AND DOLLS—THE DIME NOVEL ERA IN WHICH ONE MAN WROTE OVER 600 NOVELS—MACAULEY ON THE PUFFING OF BOOKS. Correspondence of The Journal. /j=a=BßaEW YORK, Feb. 7.—We who have been trying to sift out the good and true !lk^§ ln books and reading have still much to learn. The question as to what l^llj is Pr°Per reading Is a large one and criticism has not yet been fashioned Hk H into an exact science; hence our vain efforts to locate a book In Its class !saEs| as Boon as it is published, lv Boston, however, whence all learning and culture have been at times supposed to emanate, they have approached a system of criticism, which, though it may not be approved, will certainly attract attention. Beaton boasts of a very fine public library and in-connection with this library is an examining committee which decides what books shall be placed on Us shelves....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

"i • THE, JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, 1 J. S. McLAIN, \ : MANAGER. I • EDITOR. T H kJ O U K'N'A L; ia published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-48 i Fourth Street V South, < Journal Buildine, Minneapolis, Minn.' c. J. Blll«on, Manager Eastern Adver tising.;■'■'; ■•'• '.-■'■'- :*;; ' ' ; • ■ NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune '• building. ; CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION I TERMS / Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall. 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 ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses: of their papers ' changed - must , always . give their former as well as present address. tOSTLMEU All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscribe...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. ART OF A GREAT SINGER The Way Mme. Sembrich Learned to Use Her Gifts—A Virtuoso on the Piano When II Years Old; Later a Violinist in Public- Debut as a Singer When Almost a Child. "How do I come to be so musical ?" re peated Madame Sembrich to an inter viewer, as she smiled at a question which she had heard so many times before. "I think it must be hereditary. I can explain it in no other way. I might possibly have studied quite as long as I did and quite as hard without results if I had not inher ited a talent for music from my father. He was a music teacher in Wisniowcyzk. He taught the piano, violin, clarinet and organ. He taught them all well, too, al though he had never had a musio lesson from anybody in his life. His name was Koehanska, which was my family name. But I took Sembrich, my mother's maiden name, when I went on the stage. There were too many k's in Kockanska for a prima donna. For the same reason I took my middle name, Marcelline,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

6 NORMAN HOLT A Story of the Cival War by General Charles King. SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Norman Holt, favorite sou of aa old Ken tucky family, .s repremanded at West Point for duelling aud is withdrawn by his high spirited father. His home coming in the win ter of 1860 is celebrated by an old-fashioned Christinas 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. Mai'lntyre, and is courte ously received, but arouses the jpalousy of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lone. Malloy separates Miss Lane from the main party during a fox hunt and at the Christmas ball the same evening effects un air of pro prietorship distasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to bis rival, Norman Holt. Hut all ill feeliug is forgotten when at midnight all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch, which ceremony is interrupted by a midnight mes senger, who announces...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9, 1901. THEATERS. BILLS OF THE WEEK "8e11e... of New York" and "Alice Nlelaon"—at the Metropolitan. 1 Frederick Wnrde—nt the Bijou. "Twentieth - Century ! Maid«—at the Dewey. ; _ . - After many pronounced successes at borne and abroad, "The Belle of New York" makes its first appearance in Min neapolis at the Met "THE BELLE ropolitan theater to morrow night. The OF engagement is for four nights and NEW YORK." Wednesday matinee. "The Belle of New York" is a musical comedy that grows ■upon one; the oftener one sees and hears It, the stronger becomes one's desire to return to the theater again. Gustave Kerker has the happy faculty of writing music that is "catchy" and at the same time "good music." He never composes ■what musicians call "trash." His theme in "The Belle of New York" is followed consistently from the opening chorus, "I'm Just a Little Hazy," through to the finale of the last act. Be it the satirical ditty, "From Far Cohoes,Where the Hop vine Gr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

8 MAY WHEAT CLOSED DULL AND LOWER AT 74c No Recovery at Liverpool and Noth ing of Encouragement in the Early News. MARKET SAGS BUT IS STUBBORN 1 a*h Wheat Sold Lower—Some Fl Mills Will Go Down Teinporar ; ly—General Xewji of tlie l>a>. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. Feb. 7 —The week closed with dullness iv wheat, the sagging tendency in evidence to the end, and a general tone of depression over the market. The surprising thing about it is that the market has held so well and been bo reactionary in the face of an almost un broken run of bearish news during the week. The stubborness against weakening news and the sharp upturns that followed every word of encouragement shows an un derlying sentiment of confidence, notwith standing the downward trend. May opened this morning » s c oft at 74c. It was yes terday "a closing rally lost at the opening. Traders who bought for a turn near the close yesterday, in the hope of firmer cables this morning, were disappointed. Liverpool was u...

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

SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 9. 1901. I A LIBERAL EDUCA TION. I Helping Thousands—Will Help You. Jf:. The far-reaching value, the unique extraordinary value of The .Journal's Educational Library has been recognized by '. hundreds and hundreds of purchasers, who appreciate how mighty is the power contained within these thirty-three vol -1 umes to advance life's prospects, mold and develop character, strengthen the intellectual faculties, stimulate ambition, and ■ open the doors to real advancement along life's most important lines. It is putting it mildly indeed to say that , The Journal's Educational Library furnishes a "liberal education." i .". To know intimately the world's great men of science; to be thoroughly intelligent concerning business usages of all | sorts; to have a thoroughly practical working knowledge of mathematics; to understand, clearly how the great countries of the world are governed; to be conversant with the best English, American and French authors (over 50 of ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

10 BEAUTIFUL PIECES FROM THE ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION.-™.,...,.™ [ ''■-■'' '■" •-'■ '■~\'- '■"'■ ' ■•• SiSyJy^^v^ '&Jr^fa y**J~Z~Z^Z.- KB• -' ■ ■ v • ' ■■ - '"-'I fi' "' - ':■ ' HB*i. n - ■■■■■.*■■■'.■■ WKfK3flß!V3v2BVtflßEah)2Hr MMM^gMCEgEJtt^HP s^Br, JIBBHU. 1 - v/^MMI 11 111 Mil ■BBBHBBBBBBBf ■ * t*t ■■ -.TL. " v **« BB^^^BHBHB9BBIi^HBn9BBL^BBCSS'SBK^^B^Btt&BDB9S9BB^BBH^BBHBHHSB9BBBBL^BBHBvL^^vt -^^HBISbH9BBBHI Ik^^yi E^Pmr^i Hfi>JS THE SALEM WITCHCRAFT • The Strangest and Saddest Tragedy in the His tory of New England. By MARION D. SHUTTER. MBWWT-- IBE THE REBECCA NURSE MONUMENT. Tie accompanying illustrations show the scenes where the strangest and sad dest tragedy in New England history was enacted. Nineteen persons in all were executed upon Gallows hill, on the out skirts of the present town of Salem. Mass., after having been convicted of the crime of witchcraft. In other words, they were % adjudged guilty of an intimacy with the devil, by which they received pow...

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

The Journal Junior The Best of All Minneapolis Juniors Select Their Favor ite Home Occupations. * One More Popular than All Others. j& s& & OMB of the Juniors must have confused ideas of the locations of their homes for a number, in select ing their favorite home occupations, chose trips to Minnehaha Falls, jaunts through woods with iiucra and visits at Lake Minnetonka. The ma jority, however, selected tasks that are performed in and about the house and included such work as washing dishes, sweeping, dusting and scrubbing by the girls, and shoveling snow, sawing and pil ing wood and starting fires by the boys. The ex ception again proves the rule, for there are boys who like to cook, dust and perform other feminine duties and girls who enjoy sawing wood, mowing the lawn, cleaning sidewalks and grooming the <- ' horse. Two boys actually like u> practice on the piano, but one added as a sort of postscript of Apology that it was a change for him as he did not like to ...

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

2 my. It was the discovery of Iron and other metals that made It ,possible to make the many thousands of machines composed of them—machines which could not be invented without the metals of which they are made. Salt was another great discovery. Gold and silver were discovered. Diamonds, rubies and all gems were discovered. Many of the most useful things invented could never have been made but for things that had been discovered. —Helen Greene, Sixth Grade. Spring Valley, Minn. Discovery the Impetus. f (High School Credit.) By the invention of railroads great progress in civilization has been attained, the remote parts of the earth having been brought together. The facilities of travel, by Dringing men to gether and familiarizing them with new scenes and different forms of society and beliefs, have made them more liberal and tolerant. Mind has been broadened and quickened. The chief difficulty of maintaining a confederation of states, widely sepa rated, has been removed, and such ext...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

More for education than anything else could have done. Most likely our schools could not have been attended by the poor be cause of the books that would be necessary. It would not have made much difference what talent a person possessed if it were not cultivated. .Another thing, we should not know the events that take pla.ee in other parts of the world were it not for the telegraph and telephone. Now we can see by the daily papers what happens every day. Inventions show the progress of the ■world. —Tillie Nelson, Eighth Grade. Hoople, N. D. ( oiiiiiiunicntioii Made Kuwy. Both discovery and Invention have done much to help the progress of the world. There have been many discoveries and among them are gold, silver, a large part of South Africa, this country of ours and innumerable other things. Among the many inventions are steamships, telegraphs, telephones, machines And many other things. If the discoveries of land had not taken place this world would not be so enlightened and the p...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

4 15he JOURNAL JUNIOR. M&e Harris Anson The Junior is pub'.ishel by the Minne ipolls Journal for the public school children of the northwest, In and above the fifth grade, aud is de voted principally to their ovu writings. There is no expense attached, and all are welcomed as competitors. The eduor wishes to encourage cor respondence an 1 s.i^e.-iti jus from teachers. AH correspondeace should be addressed to the Editor Journal Junior. Puzzles The President. Readers cf the newspapers, whether grown-ups or Juniors, will remember that several months ago, by direction of Presi dent McKinley, an election was held in Cuba and delegates were chosen to a convention to frame a constitution for Cuba. That convention has been at work through the fall and winter and is pretty nearly ready to report. What they have been trying to do is to make what is called an organic law, which means a con stitution, for Cuba, under which may be organized the Republic of Cuba. » There have been some very e...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

The Story Teller— The Haven of the Clock WE CHILDREN, who were visiting our grandparents at the old homestead in Virginia, wer* all gathered about grandfather one rainy afternoon begging for a story, When the huge old clock struck 4. The sound seemed to remind grandfather of just the incident, for his face lighted up, and after taking Robbie and Ruthie upon his lap he began: "It was during the war, when I was an aide in a regiment under General Grant, that one day my life was in great peril and that old clock protected me. We were encamped some fifteen miles south of Appomattox in this state when one day General Grant came to me with a letter which he ordered me to carry to the commanding officer of some troops north of Petersburg, no very great distance, but still it was no easy matter to get a mes- Bage from one camp to another in those days. "1 started at once, dressed in the guise of a farmer's boy, and mounted on an old nag, with a huge sack of corn in front of me. The message ...

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

6 The Best of All By Minneapolis Juniors Continued from First Page. '.o clean bouse before receiving company, else why so much .of :hat tickling sensation, as if there were dust in my nose,' and vhich sometimes forces me to stop and 'givey.vent to an un lignified snort? When the" hod is full I next carry them out'to .he ash- pile. This ;is a ! milder pleasure, though if I - encounter ,i whirl wind which envelopes me in a cloud of fine ashes, it is .noderately lively. ,\ ■','•■ •'•.'-•■"■■'-"•■■. .".■."','■■.,;■.'',- • .' Amid such .pleasures. as these, what wonder is it that I enjoy cleaning the * furnace! Let who will govern , the upper floors ;of the house if only I can clean out the ashes. „. - A Tenth Grade, ' '" ' ~' c 'V- —Donald Babcock, East Side High School. _/ . 1009' Sixteenth' Avenue SE. : H . -.. . An Afternoon's Diversion.- _ " - - - (Honorable Mention.) There are many great men whose lives show that the habit erf reading, which acquired when boys, helped them greatly ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 9 February 1901

I can think at the same time—build all «ort» of air castles and make any number of plans for the foture; whereas, if I were cooking or scrubbing, contact with "the hot stove or a splinter might disturb my thoughts. —Ella B. Hanson, B Ninth "Grade, «• 2301 Second Street N. North Side High School. - •'-'■ ' -'T«" - * Does Not Wait to Be Called. Setting the table is the most pleasant of all the tasks I have to do. I like to see how nice and neat I can make the table.look. In the summer I generally pack flowers and make a bouquet or two which improves its appearance. I like this task because it is easy and when I do it extra well papa always gives » me a nickel. Playing school is my greatest enjcyment but ween , it is time for setting the table I am always ready to give up ■playing and seldom have to be called. B Fifth Grade, Ullie Apelt, Adams School. . 1715 Eleventh Avenue S. m HinKx Obey Hi* Order*. For about fifteen minutes I have been trj-mg to make myself believe that emptying ash...

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

8 GRAMMAR BY SIMPLE RULE Sometimes They Produced Very Complex Results'. Little Chronicle. The master who gives his pupils "sim ple rules" for determining questions which confront them, and particularly grammatical questions, is apt to find that such rules frequently disastrously fail to fit all cases, says an English exchange. Once an examiner was questioning the pupils of a county school. He wrote on the blackboard the sentence, "The fly has wings," and asked a class what part of speech each word was. They parsed the "the" without any trouble. "What part of speech is "fly?" "Adwrb," shouted all the class in unison. "What? Fly an adverb?" "Yes, sir," shouted the boys with great positiveness "What makes you think it is an ad- Verb?" " 'Cause the master told us last week that all words that end in "ly" are ad verbs." SWALLOWS INSTEAD OF PIGEONS. The question of employing swallows in stead of pigeons to carry dispatches is ■being considered in Prance. The apti tude of the swallow for t...

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