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

I soon became tired of this and went to painting. I painted one ■poke of each wheel red, the next one yellow, the next one red, the next one blue and the next one red again, and so on until each wheel was finished. I was very proud of my work, but I thought that papa would kill himself laughing, in fact I never have heard the last of my fancy wheels. I paint them plain black now, as I came very nearly getting into trouble that time. Ninth Grade, —Jay Watson, Longfellow School. Morris, Minn. Not Anxious for Another. When I was ten or eleven years old I came upon the model of a flying machine, in a newspaper. As the plans were very simple and the material easily found I at once determined to make one. So I took a sheet of tin, some nails, light wood and a spool and ■went to work. When it was finished I gave it a trial, which was successful. It would sail right up to a height of fifty or sixty feet and then descend slowly and gracefully to the earth. Of course my machine was seen by ot...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

4 &/>e JOURNAL JUNIOR.. Mac Hevrris Arvson The Junior is published by the Minneapolis Journal for the public schoolchildren (if the northwest, in 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 anJ suggestions from teachers. All correspondence should be addressed to the Editor Journal Jucior. Another Step for Us. NOT all the anxiety concerning the trouble in China ended with the relief of Peking. One of the most anxious per- iods for our government came just this past week. The final note upon which the representatives of the powers have Bpent weeks of discussion was sent to the empress dowager. Under the circumstances, it was naturally expected that she would ac cept the terms. There did not seem to be anything else for her to do. However, the empress dowager refused to accede to any of the demands, and her refusal was, moreover, pos...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

The Story Teller— ln the Train of William the Norman O™^ NE rainy day, while rummaging in my ancestral home at Thirwall, Sussex. I came across an old manuscript, i yellow with age. Written on the outside of the paper 'TOfeSj were the words: 'The Story of My Grandparents, by VllfllYlV William d.c Valois." Knowing that William de Valois was the founder of our house I became interested in tracing my ancestry still farther back. The story ran tnus: Robert de Valois was the youngest son of Rufus de Valois, the highest noble attending on the Duke of Normandy. When" .William was preparing for his conquest of England Robert claimed the right of accompanying him as a memner of his body guard. Knowing that the youth was a valiant soldier and was burning to claim the gilded spurs, William acquiesced. In the battle of Hastings, when the Normans were hardest pressed, William was beaten onto one knee bf the ax of a gigantic Saxon warrior. The Saxon had raised his ax for the fatal blow when Robert...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

6 Hard to Decide Continued, front the First Page. they claim the box and evidently it, I consider by the law of justice that it is theirs., —Julia Johnsen, A Eleventh Grade, 726 Huron Street SB. East Side High School. - * By Compromise Only. ; (High School Credit.) This is indeed a dilemma which cannot be decided without careful thought, both as to the claims of each side and the deci sion from an impartial standpoint. Both parties made the bar gain as concerning fish, although neither expressly stated that it did not include anything but fish. Now to have a fair deal, we must consider carefully just how the bargain was stated and what could be derived therefrom which would decide in favor of the fishermen or of the young men. If I were of the party of young men I would strongly advocate that as we had paid for the draft we had a perfect right to whatever that draft contained, whether fish or something else. On the other band if I belonged to the fishermen, I should contend that the...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

Bot for the ancient box, and the fishermen had a right to keep it. If I were in the fishermen's place I would draw the net again and give the men their fish. —Hilma Rosen, B Eighth Grade, 1305 E Twenty-first Street- Adams School. * A Similar Example, My dictionary gives the definition of the word "draft" as 'the act of drawing." So why are not the young men entitled to the small casket which the fishermen drew in, after being paid for the draft? If a company of boys and myself paid a farmer what he wanted for a tract of his land, and if one of us should find a diamond in the land, could the farmer in justice say: "Boys, this diamond belongs to me, because you only paid me for the land, and not for the diamond?" Do you suppose we would give the diamond to the farmer? So why should the young men give up the box to the fishermen? B Seventh Grade, —Albert Hooker, Horace Mann School. . 3105 Columbus Avenue S. If They Cared. If I were to decide such a case I should say that the box be lon...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

8 A FISH THAT FISHES Vie Angler Fish Is Both Interest - Ihjjt and Peculiar. Most remarkable of strange .fishes is the angler fish, whose very name seems a paradox. The fishing fish is neverthe less a reality, and a stern one to all that approach those awful jaws of his. . With a body the color of mud, he generally lies in the shadow of some rock on the bot tom of the sea, waiting motionless for the approach of his prey. He is pro vided with an odd kind of fin, just over the mouth, and this is held out in front of him to give warning of the coming of something to be swallowed. One taken alive was experimented on, and it was found that if this projecting fin was touched with a stick,'_ even though the stick did . not come near the mouth, the jaws closed convulsively. This shows that the. fin, by some * provision of na ture, closes the jaws as soon as it is ' touched.. . The mouth is . tremendous, growing to the width of a foot when the whole fish is only three feet long. One, of these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAOS? PRICE TWO CENTS. FAIR BILL IS IN A TANGLE It Must Go to the Senate for Correction. SUNDAY CLOSING RIDER Porto Ricans Protest Against the New Tariff Law. INSULAR CASES NOT DECIDED Court, It Is Thought, Will Hold That the Philippines Are Not American Territory. ■ Front -Tit. Journal Bureau, Room 43, Pott Mulliling, Washington. Washington, Feb. 25.—The St. Louis 1 fair appropriation is in a tangle. The house, bill as it passed the senate carried an amendment providing for Sunday clos ing and also a rider making an appropria tion for a government exhibit at Charle ton, S. C. Speaker Henderson was es pecially displeased with the latter change, regarding It as in the nature of a hold-up. Had the bill on Its return to the house been referred to the special committee on the Louisiana purchase centennial, its parliamentary status would have been bad, and so the speaker recognized Chairman Tawney of that committe to ask unanimous consent for its reference to conferen...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

2 LOOK FOR, THE END British Think Botha's Force Is Practically Wiped Out. DE WET AND i STEYN- ESCAPING But Trouble Is expected As Long; As De Wet Is Still at Large. Mow York Sun Special Sarvlom London, Feb. 25.—General Kitchener's dispatch to the war office excites a strong hope, even belief that the end of the war is in sight. It is argued that the heavy loss inflicted on General Botha, ; whether , he formally capitulates or not, must practi cally end his commando as a fighting force. The failure of General be .Wet's invasion' of, the Cape "Colony Is also hailed hopefully, although until he: himself .is captured or killed-his influence and. abil ity will continue to inspire -action. - General De Wet and, his party crossed the railroad at Kraukuil, sixty miles north of Denaar, early Sunday morning. They were closely pressed by Thorneycroft and other commanders with fresh horses. A report from 'Cape Town, however, states that General De Wet with a handful of followers .Crossed the Or...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1901, ROUTED A BURGLAR Niece of Governor Van Sant Has an Exciting Experience, CONSIDERATE NIGHT VISITOR t-eft When He Was Told to. bat Was In No Harry—An Omaha '* •,. • --'- %f. Story. Special to The Journal. Omaha, Neb.. Feb. "The Etiquette > of Burgling, or Robbery as a Pine Art," is the subject of a treatise which Miss Elisa beth Van* Sant. City Attorney , Connell's stenographer and a niece of Governor Van Sant of Minnesota, is thinking of writing apropos of an experience she had with an uninvited "caller.--. Miss .Van. Sant not ; only retained her voice, but she used It in inviting the man to make" his exit, and did not give the cue in a tone! that aroused any of the other inmates of the house or called the neigh bors to the stage of action. A slight noise aroused Miss Van Sant, who has apartments on the first floor of her home .at 2960 Dewey avenue. . She thought: that some member of the family was stirring about . the "house and : was about. to ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

_ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWLFT, \J. S. McLAIN, * /■ MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL i* published every evening;, except - Sunday, - at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Mlnu. ' C. J. Billion, Manager Eastern Adver tlslng.^_S-BW*BBftfas**^^ NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE— Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to Tbe Journal Printing: Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one month 80.35 One copy, three months .• 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5................. 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 .........^j............ 2 cents CHANGES OP ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their paper* 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, and until all arrearages are paid. ;. COMPLAINTS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

fIuMT -JTft-TEW'. Ir*EBKTAK\' 28, 1901 -;'-••-;-*-':; ?sfV.; ; ;^_>;^The?, Plymouth Clothing House. ' - Correct Dress" from Hee. d to Foot* f-~ Liberally reduced prices in Fine K*__K Winter^Shoes: —as follows: k~A Hanan & Son's Men's $5, $6 and _f__»v • $7 Shoes, heavy winter weights, Jl____rl double soles, high cut arid regular ffiSSL height^ some are leather lined. To iffpiflt close out entire lot, only iillßß Shoes, broken lines, double M-iaW^iin^amWlamW^^ soles, some are leather- $ti&sS! 3 _Ml_£__P^ lined, and about twenty ffi I g&||sL l| WMr pairs of Felt Shoes, worth i^-'||fflHl__H&^ Men's $1.25 Low-Cut \|^f|^^ra_S Overshoes. Special, only, . j_fe!; 1 l'<lS|i^S^^S /•UC '__^^ril',Bt«i^S^^S Men's new Rubbers, any >j|^^?iK*''?,j^^a_B-^^fl size, °r°*3' |^_P^i^_^|^_S Boys' Heavy.-Schooll|S Shoes for only l^^^^^g^ Boys' heavy school rub- • -toB Sixth and Nicollet. a\Wa%aW fßoMimk dlllf HURt! i ♦ ♦ 7 IMA HEALTHFUL!! <^=^ COCOA "AND CHOCOLATE _ r _. V SOLO ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

*5 CITY NEWS Arthur Ketehitm Head—Arthur Ketch am, aged 45 years, died Saturday at his resi dence, 40 Tenth street S. He was a member :of Court Nicollet, 1. O. F., and Bridal Veil t lodge, A. O. U. W. A Sure-Enough Case — Mayor Ames was again unable to look after his official duties Saturday. He is still • confined to the house by the attack of grip that lata aim low ! .Thursday.' '.:'■','■.■,;. ', ,~ •■■ ■ ' j Motion* Held, for Burglaryj—"Joseph McOoff, held on a charge of'burglary, was arraigned in the municipal court Satur day and examination' set for Feb. 28.". Ball was placed at $300. Berg* Case Continued—The exami nation of O. J. Berg upon a charge of prac ticing medicine without a license was contin ued in the municipal court on Saturday until Feb. 28. The defendant was released upon $50 bail. Carlson's Stock: Sold—The stock of merchandise of Albert Carlson of Bethel, .Minn., was auctioned off In the corridors of the federal building Saturday for $1,006 by W. B. Henderson, at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

4 MONDAY EVENING, IMbTXU!aMA2S-<' 1961. YERXA Coffee. We offer better Coffees for the price asked than can be had anywhere in this country. Try us. ; i Etna Cam._--> and pollen Rio blend. rifle #911109 some dealers call __■ It Mocha and Java 106 0.L.1 an excellent Mocha and • «•_. -10081 Java flavor % .:............ .....£ ZC Hoffman House S°£ 30c Teas Fine Teas fro r m po"D. d 35c up The Minarda pound ...... 60s Alloerine Sind ....... 60c Dmina* good. California Prunes, _»1 m rl UneS while the lot lasts, 1b.... 02V Boocl Sweet Born/^ 1;^ doz OUf canVC Dates" &...1:;.........: ie Elm* New California; C* rlgS Mb. package...... OS Rolled Oats l ost ' lie Potatoes Ker*-'....: 48a Compare our bushels with the measure you get elsewhere. Beans 05^.:....,.:.........y7c Very Fine Creamery £?ff: 22c Fresh Dairy Butter _-»*?_ 20 Tomato Catsup &&• 12k American Pickles £** 8e Pickles S& ck.f.u^.. ...48c Fruit Jelly ffi^.:.lOe Preserves ear euve. ryflue:. 23c Mince Meat £&a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

& FIND A FATAL FLAW Special /Legislation Uncovered in a \ S. D. Liquor Bill. BIG * APPROPRIATIONS ASKED j , ' Lee's Chair May Be Presented to the f Institution for the Feeble Minded. Special to The Journal. .Pierre, S. D., Feb. 25.—1t is claimed that 7 a flaw exists in the liquor . license bill that passed the senate which may render the whole : thing: unconstitutional unless the house strikes out the offend ing clause by amendment. This is a pro vision ; exempting from the terms of the act all wine and cider manufactured with in the state from home-grown fruit. This proviso was put in by friends of the fruit farmers of the southern part of the state, and is a piece of special legislation, In tended to ."protect home industries," of the same order that caused the wholesale beer depot license law to be knocked out by the supreme court. • It' Is pretty certain that one pledge of the republican state platform will be un fulfilled by the present legislature— pledge to enact legislat...

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

MONDAY EVENING. (FEBRUARY i: 25. 190 L § Dr. Greene's I Vital Faroes 8 I _ MWBB^awUawS "' j A rf"^ amXMaam "^ ___f I I &LOOO /1/VO NERVE REMEDY § vl^O#9^C_W(9_f9©lf i § SUSTAINS AND BUILDS UP. I —.B 1.4 Powerfuf Spring ronT^ Restorative for Men and Women. I H BB^S fSf if nCy ° f Dr Gs eene's Nervui-a blood and nerve remedy is clearly shown by its pro- B I IflfH rfSSiSSf upon men and -°men of middle age, 7 ho find themselves confronted by the problem 1 I° f ?re^t t}T 'aL furf °_ vltal_P owers- While it is always best to get Dr. Greene's advice which I I Wil may be had without charge by any one who will call or write to him, 35 W. 14th St., New York I H^^^^^^_^^^^^H»^^^^^^ M^^_^M _- M^__^^^™ City, yet if the persons who need help will I mm9m9m9mmmmmm' not do this, great good will be experienced by I _j_^_^_, f\ „._,,, I tliem in the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura, the | -AW afe^^^^w _._. I perfeot invieorator for those who begin to feej I XjS^J^^^^i 1 1 OR. GREENE'S 1 1 IF^^fW (PTw I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

10 MAY WHEAT REACHED 75c ; EASED OFF LATER Holders Show Confidence, and -'the ; Bears Hesitate to Go Short at ' v This Time. MAY CORN HAD A SHARP BREAK World'a Shipment* Fell off a.nd the Visible* aiaile Slight reuse <—Xe-v» t»_ the Day* . Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb, '_s.—The wheat market, opened this morn ing* with continuation of last week's confident . feeling and a quiet firmness was ; general. May started at 74»c and held, steady for an hour. Liverpool came %d to %d higher, but continental markets were easy, Paris a shade : lower. The tone of half-stagnation | that has ruled for a time in all j markets \ was again the feature. The week started with trading light' and nothing in sight to indicate any immediate increase in activity or gain in, the volume of business. Chicago reported a quiet . session. ". ' - ' 1. ' '■'*'. The early news • brought nothing to force selling and offerings were light. Holders see no particular reason why they should dump their wheat at t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1901. P If.__.-__ J___s__-_»_ Won't run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. §*_| I A I >■ _ [ i our Business img,^ ,m^ o s $z*r& r,m" vu * m;,ny a Needs Advertising "SOO" GANALYS.TBE SUEZ FORMER GREATEST WATERWAY Percentage of Increase ln 11100 Was. ".However- the Smallest in A'eu leant. Mow York Sun Special Service .... Duluth, Minn., Feb. 25.—Enough freight; was carried through the Soo canal at the outlet to Lake Superior the past season to make a freight .bill of $25,000,000, though the price per ton for each mile earned was T*h c almost inflnitisimal figure of 1.78 mills. This lis less -than half the cost of freight carriage oh the most economical road in the United States and yet it is more than corresponding lake rate 5" In .any year since While the Saujt canal moved 25,643,000 tons of freight, .the Suez canal ' moved only 40 per cent as much. -The lat ter is open the entire year and is in the path of. commerce of. a hemisp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 February 1901

12 _____ 55th Annual Statement of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, of- Hartford, .. Conn. yet assets, Jan.--,:19bQ...'^'........563,377,878.93 ' . ( RECEIVED IN i 1900. ..'.. . . ■' ■-"■ For premiums \vtl 15,086,064.36 ■'....""* For Interest and rents 2,960,678.97 ' ' ! f • - • —: : —- 8,046,743.33 $70,424, DISBURSED IN 1900. ' >- ' for claims by death, matured en- . dowments „-„_ and an nuities ..$4,818,998.83 Burplus re turned to policy holders .. 1,305,439.28 trapsed and •: v* ;V surrender edpollcles 548,652.96 Total to policy h01der5?6,673,091.07 Commissions . to v. ' agents . salaries, medical examiners' fees, printing, . ad vertising, legal, real estate, all other ex- •--." penses .1,010,709.49 \ faxes 400,799.41 —: 8,084,699.97 Balance net assets, Dec. 31, 1900 $02,340,022.29 „ « SCHEDULE OF ASSETS. Loans upon real estate, first lien $26,469,472.96 Loans upon stocks and'bonds... 2,300.00 Premium notes on policies in force .....::........";..•.......... 763,86...

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

THE MINNEAPOLIS aemiNAl_. - . .. > v. .^ ■••--'. . '/ lif_OT_Yr%-_<- _ _ If ■"■ - ' *: -'.'- PRICE TWO CENTS. SINGLE BOARD RECOMMENDED , ■ ■ ".*^" ■.■■■_. -" |'.. Board of Control Commissi-, f/ . Reports. SCHEME IS PRACTICAL Its Workings in Wisconsin and in Illinois Very Satisfactory.' SOME CHANGES IN PRESENT BILL Commission Favors Some—Governor Van Sant Again Urges Adop tion of the Plan. Governor Van Sant transmitted his first special message to the legislature this morning. With it he submitted the report of the commission sent by him to investigate the workings of the board of control system for state institutions in other states. The report is concurred in by the three commissioners. Messrs. C. A. Morey of Winona, W. E. Lee of Long Prairie, and S. W5 Leavitt of Litchfield. As forecasted in The Journal, the report strongly indorses the board of control system, but makes suggestions for changes in the bill now before the legislature. These are concurred in by the governor, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 February 1901

2 RECORD IS BLOTTED Civilization Has Received a Black Eye in China. THE CHINESE MINISTER'S VIEWS j Anti-Foreign Feeling; Will Last Long After the Present ..: Trouble Is Ended. New York Sun Special Service ;. London, Feb. 26.—According to the opin ion of Sir Chih Chen Lohfengluh, Chinese minister in London, anti-foreign senti ment will abide in China long after the present troubles are settled. He asserts that the "one-sidedness" of the powers' program and the "atrocities" committed by some of their troops have given civili zation'an; indelibly black eye among the Chinese people. He said: "I regret to be forced to the conclusion that the record of the powers in China will live In history as the record of ruined op portunities. Not the mere signing of peace terms can remove the preconceived impressions, which events, in the popular mind, have not only justified, but intensi fied. "Our people ; have not experienced any of the refining Influences which they were told belonged to the Occ...

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