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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. fiv-^^B viA • ''' ■ - "•■ - ~-*^B |^Ezz zzzz -I^H_H— -—B^B^— «<——^Bj —„, -..iIIZJB B^—. —————^B BBKT^^^^B~" -•-•••' —-^^B IKZlin^^^^B^^^^^ B BK—IZZZ-—^^H Br~—?^H —^^Hi Bfcftg--— ———■" — -JBv--JBCMt——~.ui7fWMß Hkv^~ WORK AND PLAY AT HAMLINE UNIVERSITY Happy Life of the College Girls, Who Are Bound by No Rigid Rules, but Placed on Their Honor—Their College Home, Societies and Amusements. Thd life of a college girl is a happy mix ture of work and play, study aud-yrecrea tion, and the 100 and more young women who will call Hamline university their alma mater prove the truth of this asser tion every day of the college year. The Hamline girls may be divided into those who live in the Ladies" Hall and those who do not. The latter lose much of of the real college life and look rather enviously on the fifty or more who dwell under one roof and enjoy the jolly com radeship that only college housemates may know. There are girls from all over the northwes...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

6 NORMAN HOLT A Story of the Cival War by General Charles King. BY GENERAL CHARLES KING. Norman Holt, favorite son of an old Ken tucky family, is repremanded at West Point for duelling and is withdrawn by his high spirited father.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 fashioned Kentucky Christmas gathering. Among the guests is 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 jealousy of Norman Holt by his attentions to Daisy Lane. Malloy separates Mias Lane from the main party during a fox hunt, and at the Christmas ball, the same evening, affects an air of proprietor ship distasteful to Daisy and obnoxious to Norman Holt. But all 111 feeling Is for gotten when, at midnight, all surround Dr. Holt to drink the Christmas punch, which ceremony Is interrupted by a midnight mes senger, who announces the d...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRTJAKY 16, 1901. SOCIAL OUTCASTS ARE SENT "UP" Some Vagrants Plead for Mercy—Others Smile and Offer No Defense—Others Are Defiant. Judge Dickinson ascended the bench in his masterly manner. "Coffee John" Fitchette pressed his skuli cap more firm ly on his head. Clerk Nielson covertly inserted a pectoral cough drop in his mouth, the better to display his vocal prowess, and the Monday morning grist of the municipal court was about to get ■under way. "Jennie Clark." The stentorian note of the clerk's voice rang true. "You are charged with being drunk. Are you guilty or not guilty?" A small drab figure arose from the rear bench of prisoners. Jane had not seen a cake of Sapolio for maay a moon; neither vas her hat on straight. Any one of her "PLEASE SPARE ME, YOUR HONOR." sex might well have been disconcerted by the. combination. So Jane sought to re coup by means of rketorical flourish. She scorned any preamble or introductory re marks but flew at the root of the ma...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

8 WHEAT HOLDS IN DULL LINES, BUT IS STRONG Lower Continental and Liverpool Markets Brought No Break Here. CORN MADE AN EARLY ADVANCE mtinuatiou uf the *4ulet Tone With So MarJted Pressure—Gen eral >ew» of the Day. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 16.—Wheat held its own to-day agaiuat weak eniag uews, and while the market was very dull St showed strength. May opened at 74*4 c, touched 74% cat high point half way In the eessiou and eased off towards the end, clos ing at 74% c. Liverpool was lower by and continental markets lost their firm tone, Paris showing a reactionary slump of 25 to 35 centimes, and a loss of 40 centimes on flour. Antwerp closed »sC lower. Australian shipments ran up to 760,000 bushels during the week, against 464,000 bushels last week and 868,000 a year ago. Broomhall attributed the easing oft in Liverpool to these more liberal offerings, and cabled that there was a touch of liquidation aiding it. Broomhall estimates that Monday's figures will show 1,000,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1901. LITTLE LIFE IN IT . Municipal League's Biennial Elec tion Bill Practically Killed. WEST SUPERIOR OPPOSED TO IT ' ■"..' '>jf- V ' ' ■ . * Owen's Bill Permitting Cities to Al ter Franchises One of Great Importance. Special to The Journal. ■ Madison, \Vis. ( Feb. 16.— biennial 'election .bill,' indorsed by the Municipal League •: of ' Wisconsin and prepared by Professor Sparling of the state university, is practically killed so far as the assem bly committee on cities is concerned, al though a substitute of some sort may be reported, and it is not wholly improbable thai the friends of the. measure will make a fight for it on the floor of the house. . Professor Sparling said last evening: "The committee cannot agree on making it uni • form so as to put all elections in the same year; and there seem to be other objec ■ tions not • easily reconciled." Archie McKay, city attorney of Supe rior, made a point against the bill which ' struck the members ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

to THEATERS. BILLS OF THE WEEK i "Theodora," nt the Metropolitan*..' --...' Fnleora's Stars' at 'the Hi Jon. ~. ', i lrvvln Bros.';: Show ■at • the' : Dewey«'<, - In j the company -" of •' many . people, ■ gor geously . costumed after the 4 mode tof the •Eastern- Empire of? the i sixth k - century, - - , Theodora, .Empress ' "THEODORA." " of « Byzantium, . • will ! V. „ V - - appear before the audience at the I Metropolitan '■ to-morrow • night \as • the wicked '. and unfaithful wife of Emperor Justinian. The part is well i taken ,' by Mrs. Clarence f M. Brune. - An dreas, the lover ;of 1 Theodora, for whom she 'lives and dies, will. In the person of K. L. Sneader, again i live; over the J pas ., sionate lovo " story, which i centuries ago resulted in the imassacre of so many in nocent persons, the downfall iof ; the < ; em press j: and the destruction of a city. When John i Sturgeon ■;' enters v upon , the :" stage, Marcellus, , a rebel ~ patriot,, who '. died •at .' the ; ha...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

The Journal Junior Smoke arid Fire Minneapolis Juniors Have Been Both Victims and Spectators at Many- Ex citing Conflagrations. £? j& J& £? psa^^SQHE fires varied in size and importance from a small p^r\ bay or straw stack to a six-story building. A fire, Thay or circus, stack to peculiar fascination tbat all like a circus, has a peculiar fascination that all ! A young people and most grownups are unable to ! aaaasnS resist, so few could plead ignorance of the topic. JL v . ;i-:j?y. Fortunately most of the Juniors have witnessed x 9:- fires merely as spectators, but a number have ex 'HN^A perienced that feeling of utter helplessness that "BegS*! comes over a person in the face of such relentless ggff^islti' fury. Some were equal to the emergency and did sSfjsl]- ■ much to stop the devastation or save property, ' QpTai while others were so weak with fright that they »■ !■ «■.. i.j^ffl were useless as assistants. It is easy for the in experienced to say and plan what they woul...

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

2 Who I am? I am the ghost of Jesse James, the awful man who was a robber. Since I have received the punishment deserved I shall now fix you for what you have done to-day. Do you re member when you stole that parrot, and the diamond set of my ring, which was laid on the clock in this room?" "Yes," I mur- . mured. "Yes," said he, "and now you shall be turned into something awful, as I was by another ghost." "Oh, no!" and I jumped and found both the clock and myself in our former po sitions, for I had been dreaming. —Everett Mohl, Sixth Grade. .. - Adrian, Minn. * '-■ Anger Changed to Joy. 1 "(High School Credit.) "Tom, Tom," called a high-pitched voice down the stairs; "I ■want you!" The call was repeated, then, as no answer came, a door slammed and an angry girl entered the room, i exclaiming ■with vehemence, "Whoever did have such- a brother? Never around when wanted and always sure to be where he's not ■wanted. It exhausts my stock of patience to the utmost! "Her anger gradually l...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

man was gone he took the lasso which was hanging on one side. His father had once been a cowboy and had taught him the use of it. In a little while he saw the coyote sneaking around. The boy began to get afraid and threw the lasso at him to scare him. Unfortunately it went around his head and the coyote was caught. The boy did not know what to do, but he began to drag him around. The boy held on until early the next morning when his father came home. His father killed the coyote and afterwards sold the skin. ' —George Selke, Seventh Grade. Sauk Rapids, Minn. * "Iron Tail" Came to Her Rescue. In a large wigwam in Missouri little Aiwa lives with her brother, Iron Tail, and her father. She has a little pappoose sis ter. Her father, whose name is Black Fox, goes hunting every day, and as Aiwa has no mother she has to cook the meals and take care of the pappoose. ■- One day when little Aiwa went to get wood she. had the pappoose strapped on her back. Just as she began to pick up wood she...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

4 15he JOURNAL JUNIOR.. Ma.c Harris Anson .... Editor. The Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public 6chool children of the northwest, in and above ttie 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 an.l suggestion-; from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Kditor Journal Junior. Tbe Chinese BooK of Etiquette. Nothing new, nothing new under the sun. Why, even China, pagan of the pagans to-day, had a book on etiquette written eighteen hundred and twenty years ago. Moreover, in that land where women always have been notoriously suppressed, this book was written by a woman, the Lady Tsao. And where were our ancestors about this time? Sunk in the depths of savagery, with Rome the all-conquering, the center of the civilized world. Unless you know the relative standing of the literary class In China you cannot appreciat...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

. v Test i^s *^W T "S ALMOST 10:30, Mame, and I must go to Cicero recitation. Gracious! I haven't got this old stuff. We'll talk it over later on. Come in about four. I think it is horrid of her. She's so rich and Bessie Brown's so poor. Good by," and Dolly closed the door with a bang and then terrified hastened down the hall, hoping fervently that Miss Trent hadn't heard. "It's so mean of Dorothy," she mused; "I didn't think she would do it." Dolly Gordon was a member of B — college, the finest in the west. The faculty only a week before had offered a prize of $100 to the best girl skater of the college, whose skill was to be tested in a racing contest Dec. 30. This prize, it was well known, was given in order to promote interest in outdoor sports, the teachers having complained that it was almost impossible to get the girls out for any length of time. Dorothy Bliss and Trea Love were the two best skaters in the school, but Trea on account of a sprained ankle would be unable to ska...

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

6 Smoke and Fire Continued, from First Page. the scene in the time of their greatest glory. Yet I saw a fire once—if we may leave out the flames and consider the excitement only. The fact is, I saw it from the wrong side—but that was the nearest I could manage. The clock was racing merrily on to complete the last two hours of the day and I was absorbed in the history that yet remained when I was not a little startled by the sudden entrance of a neighbor with his invalid child. Almost before I realized that anything was going on, he had placed the girl on the couch, rushed out and my brother had gone to turn in the alarm. Impelled as I was toward the fire I could not leave home, as I was alone with the little girl. The excitement told on her, too. and by way of comfort I assumed the part of a sec ond Rebecca toward a helpless Ivanhoe. From the windows, from the porch, from the walk, from every advantageous position I surveyed the scene. Dark clouds of smoke issued in endless profusio...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

Id a few seconds the fire department galloped past me. Seeing ■ome chums of mine across the street going to the fire I joined them. We ran about a mile, when we overtook a neighbor with his horse and buggy, who was going to the fire also. We told him we were going to the same place 'and h* said, "Boys, get into the buggy with me, and I will take you with me." As our group arrived at the fire, we saw a big cloud of black smoke and a group of excited policemen running toward us, saying we must get out of the way for the fire department. The building which was burning was a factory, and the fire had started in the cellar. Clouds of black smoke poured up from the basement and in every cranny and crevice of the building were streams of red flames. The firemen armed with axes and hooks came to make an opening into the basement so that they could get at the heart of the fire. The black smoke poured out from every door and window and as the firemen climbed up the ladders toward the top a sh...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 16 February 1901

8 INSECTS THAT ATTACK FISH Many of the Small Fry at Their Mercy, Among the most dreaded enemies of the flsh culturist are certain aquatic insects which attack baby fishes, sometimes de stroying them in great numbers. Inas much as they are night-flyers, it is ex ceedingly hard to provide any effective eafeguard against them, and many depre dations of theirs have for a long timo been regarded as mysterious and unac countable, being attributed to other causes. For example, recently, at one of the southern stations of the United States fish commission, there was a large and con« etant mortality among young brook trout, and it was only after much watching and patient investigation that the trouble •was traced to the so-called electric light bugs, which came at night and assailed the little fishes. This insect has become familiar in cities only within the last few years, being attracted by the electric lights. It is a large fly, ■which in the early stages of existence crawls about as a la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURW^L. PRICE TWO CENTS. DASH THROUGH CAPE COLONY Six ; F|^ng Columns After U.Sr^e Wet. -:S#^ KITCHENER ' hi \™s ' —— — 7 Some Correspondents Say the Boer Is in a Corner. NO NEW SOUTH WALES RECRUITS In Fact the War Office Is Having; Trouble In Filling the I Ranks. ; Vmt York Sun Samolml Smrv/om. London, Feb. 18.—General De Wet's desperate dash through Cape Colony with Lord Kitchener at his heels, clothes the South African struggle with absorbing dramatic interest. Six flying British columns are in pursuit of the Boer raid er. They are operating from the north, south and east, a converging movement which will, end in driving the Burgher to his cover. The British have stripped their horses down to the lightest possi ble riding order, and they are racing day and night to cut off the bold advance of De Wet. General De Wet's force numbers be tween $2,000 and $3,000 men and two guns. Their progress through the western di vision of the colony aims at a juncture with other ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

2 tire courtroom, he painted tlsera • a vivid • word-picture- of what happeaefl In the bil liard-room. > V ' George Force and the others were shrinking from th« fact that they were mere or less mixed up in the fight. ~ He declared there was more than one knife mixed up In the trouble. "I want these other fellows," 'he said, "to take their medicine. I want all the black mystery of this case to. be - cleared up by the sunlight of truth." ..' . . Ray Evans' connection with the case ! was handled without. gloves , and in « a manner calculated to make that young man's ears burn. MR. BOVKUMA.\"S SPEECH lii» Exhaustive Argument to the Jury lons timed the Morning. .' Immediately upon the convening of ..■court, the defense having signified that it would call no witnesses in surrebuttal, County Attorney Fred H. Boardman arose and addressed the jury. He said: Gentlemen of the Jury—The eyes of the en tire state of Minnesota '. are on you to-day.. Your verdict means much for or against law an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

WWTC3AT .'M;yjsiu;^ 'FEBKUATTT IS, 1901 MUST STRIKE BACK Feeling in Washington on Tariff War With Russia. PRESIDENT HAS POWER TO ACT But Congreu Mar Give Him Addi tional Authority—~-Ras-\ ■!«.'■ Retaliation. - \ Urnw York Ami Wmmmtml *»r*iom Washington, Feb. 18.—DiBcueslon' of the prospects of a commercial war with Rus sia by those In official life seem to indi cate that the United States cannot permit to pass unnoticed the action of the czar's government In imposing a'discriminating and practically prohibitive duty on Amer ican Imports into Russia. A general belief exists that nothing is left the United State* but to meet the arbitrary action of Russia by placing such a high, duty on Russian imports as to bar them out of this country. • •-' --:••■-.< .•-.•■<:• •■■- President. McKinley has authority to do this, but Borne ? members of congress are in favor of legislation to give the presi dent more authority in the premises. ' New York, Feb. 18.—Regarding '■:■ the effects of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

.«:..' THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. MoLAIN. MANAGES.; * EDITOR. • '\ T HB JO V X I* A Ij is published 'every. eveningl, except Sunday, at i 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. Blllson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. , . ; NEW YORK OFFICE—BO, 87, 88 Tribune building. ' . CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange ' building. y• '. 'subscription TERMS • Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail..". . On* copy, one m0nth..... ............ .J0.35 One copy, three m0nth5............... 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, on© . week .............. 8 cents One copy, on» m0nth........ • .*.'... 85 cents Single, copy V.".v;.-;......'......... 1 2 cents CHAXGKS OF ADDRESS Subscribers^ ordering addresses of their paper* changed must always .. give ' their i former as well as present address. , CONTINUED - All pap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

MGgTDAY EVENING, FEBBUAEY 18, 190 L „• : ;\F"r Dept. on Second Floor. ■, ;'• ;*■*"•' " Knoxß I X W»R "V f te^* Sf ▼WA 1 rTfgl nil I Hanan - Hats. BH y MB. jT ■ mFjffM rf - mm! SB l Ivl B'l'il I Shoes. Correct Dress from Head to Foot. Ladies' Furs. ■ '- • .;:■; . :?; :.-.-".- ,/;-. r ■ ■;-- : ■■ ■■■T-'/t ■! The styles in fur garments change very little from one season to another, and for this reason the bar gains that we offer are of double value. •!•;•:;: , JLi'lo^ji ■ Ladies' Electric Chinchilla Muffs ._.'_-. . . " ': ■s**&&& " that have been selling at 450; 2 *%*^sr W&s Ladies' Electric Seal and Near ~. -_. ''" '""'w %<W ' .-*?".>'•*■» Seal Muffs that bave been selling at V.JU m<- jOF $3.50, $4 and $5; now " .llrffflSffiteSL-." - Genuine Black Marten Muffs that '_ _ W^&jgß&Sffi., have been selll°S at $5 and $6; '//wßmtßr .1 ' ' Near Seal Collarette, Stole ends, trimmed _. __. /iß^Sl®9t with large sable wolf tail; have been jO I "faraßi^*" selling a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 18 February 1901

g CITY NEWS Tke Msrkksm Funeral—Th« funeral Of the soldier Charles A. ilarkhaui will be held from the North M. K. ohurch, Forty - fourth avenue N and Fremont, at 2:30 p. in. U>- morrow. Dr. Buahneil'N Residence—Rev. Dr. John Busbnell, the new pastor of Westmin ster Presbyterian church, will occupy the White residence, 2416 Stevens avenue, after April 1. Food Law * Violation—John H. Mc- Donald was fined $50 in the municipal court Saturday for. serving- oleomargarine ,in his restaurant»at 83 Fifth street S without placard* on the walla. Mr. McDonald avers that the law was violated without his per sonal knowledge. ■ ." Kl«>*(ur i'miieuKFri Soared—Some •xoltement, was occasioned at the courthouse en Saturday * by reason of on« of the big chains or cables on a passenger elevator slip ping a cog. - The elevator, which was filled With people bent on attending the Hamilton trial; • had reached the third floor -when, the chain la some manner rolled from the pulley and descended.. with ...

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