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CHAS. Ii. BAINEj
AFTER FIFTEEN fEARi
A New Years Story.
By CLARISSA MACKIE?.
(Copyright, 1809, by American Press Asso
was New Year's eve, and Marcla
Scott sat staring Into the fire
with unseeing eyes and com
I "I told him I'd- wait fifteen years
and no longer," she sighed. "The fif
teen years are up tonight at 12
o'clock. If he doesn't appear then with
the fortune he promised I shall start
the new year by marrying Captain
Marcla's eyes blazed indignantly as
she made this
teen years ago
HE TRUDGED AWAY
INTO THE WEST.
had kissed her
goodby and gone
away to the gold
fields to seek a
fortune for them
"I'll come back
within two years,
Marcla," he had
boasted at the
last. "I'll be rich
then, and you'll
marry me, won't
you? You'll wait
ain't any money
In a in g—
you'll Walt for
years. Marcia. won't you?"
"I'll wait fifteen years, .Jere," she
had promised. "That is an awful long
time, and It'proves how much—I care!"
Jeremiah had admitted tenderly that
it did prove Marc la's love, and so he
had trudged away into the west. The
years had dragged by, and Jeremiah
had not made a fortune, but Marcia
was still waiting.
Every month her lover had written
along letter, and these letters became
at last a history of disillusionment and
hard, hard work—a history of digging
underground, of great "strikes" and
disastrous business deals in which
Jeremiah Allen always came out a
poorer and wiser man than when he
entered. It would seem that with so
much poverty and wisdom thrust upon
him Jeremiah might have done better,
but he never did.
His last letter had contained glowing
accounts of a new camp in the Klon
dike. He was there now, she thought.
"If Jeremiah doesn't come tonight I
shall marry Captain Ladd in a month,"
averred Marcia again as she stared
steadily at the fire.
The clock ticked above the high
mantelshelf, the cat purred noisily in
the warm corner, and the logs hissed
and spat in the fireplace. Outside it
was snowing softly, and now an! then
a large flake touched the window pane
with a muffled rap.
"If he doesn't come tonight," she ar
gued with herself, "he can't expect me
to wait for him any longer. I'm thir
ty-eight now. I shall marry Captain
Ladd in a month." She shuddered a
little at the sight of Captain Ladd's
rubicund visage peering at her around
the clock on the shelf.
"I don't s'pose Jere 'd want to see
that picture on the shelf," she mused
as she hid it in a drawer. "He used to
be jealous. I expect he's an old man
now. He must be forty-two. I hope
he is rich. I can't stand another year
of poverty—it's too grinding. If he
comes back penniless I shall marry
Captain Ladd anyway!"
With this resolution the door opened,
and in walked the captain, his hpir
and beard sprinkled with clinging
snowflakes until he looked like a ver
itable Santa Claus.
"Thought I'd watch In the new year
with you, Marcia," he puffed as he
unwound himself from several yards of
woolen muffler. "I thought to myself
that as we was likely to go through the
year together as man and wife mebbe
lt'd be a good
Idea to watch
the new year in
ed. "Well," she
a re a
a at he
clock, "I kind of
one else tonight
—Some one who
promised to be
here—but I guess
he he a in
mean you want
me to stay, Mar
gravely. "If the
had co*me I'd SHIP."
have said no," she explained wistfully.
••You understand I'm not marrying for
love. I'm lonely, and I want compan
ionship and some one to take care of."
The captain nodded. "I'm willing to
be took care of," he said solemnly.
Marcla knitted calmly, the warm red
wool of the mittens threading her
strong fingers like rippling flames, it'
was not easy to realize that she ws*
practically engaged to Captain Ladd.
The old sailor had pursued her ever
•lnce Jeremiah's departure fifteen years
"You can have the house repapered
If you want to, Marcla," said the good
captain after awhile.c
''All right agreed Marcia in a muf
"I'm gi^ug to buy a new carriage,
too. so's we can drlye to tota in
proper fashion. The old buggy is all
'"That will be
"We might get
married on Valr.
en tine's day.
That'll give you
ready, eh, Mar
cla?" he said
"WHY, I Alt BICH." L?
The new year had already begun.-*
COOK WAS MANY SIDED
PERSON TO MRS. JONES
The character of the new cook as
•reported tor.various persons by Mrs.
To Mrs. Smith, whom the cook has
left because of too much "company."
"Really, you know, Mrs. Smith, she
Is a perfect jewel. I can't understand
her attitude with you in regard to
'company.' You know we've had extra
people to almost every meal since
she's been with us, and she./has never
raised the slightest objection."
To the cook herself: "Really, Mary,
I don't want to be a hard taskmistress,
but I think that your flat refusal to do
the ironing this once, now that my ex
tra woman has disappointed me, is
rather unkind. I'm just a little dis
appointed in you."
To Mr. Jones: "I must say I've had
better girls. She gets the work done,
but she's awfully slovenly. This morn
ing I found that she's been in the
habit of sweeping the dirt from the
kitchen behind the stove, instead of
taking it up. She's got a pretty bad
temper and I'm somewhat afraid of
her. She talks back something aw
To her sister-in-law: "You know I
have a way with my hired girls, Jane.
Mary don't dare say much tp me I
won't stand for it."
To her mother: "I'm having an
easier time with Mary than with any
girl I' ve had almost since I was mar
ried. I hope can keep her a long
To Mrs. Brown, who had inveigled
Mary from Mrs. Jones by the ipromise
of higher wages: "My hired girl,
Mary, has gotten a new.place, and I'm
so glad, I was going to discharge her
tomorrbw, any way. She can't cook,
she's uncleanly, and she has a temper
like a termagant. She made life mis
erable to me while she was in the
house. Oh, is it to you she's
going? I'm so sorry—I'm so sorry-p
I didn't know, and I do hope that
nothing I've said will make you regret
your choice of a new girl."
WHAT IS HANDBAG'S LIMIT?
The handbag has become'one of the
comforting possessions of woman, the
business woman and the shopper. The
growth of the one-time pocketbook
has been interesting to watch.
In its latest development It is a
thing of remarkable dimensions and ic
is quite to be expected that if travel
ing bag proportions were' to be indi
cated in' the newest handbag Women,
would grasp the opportunity of carry
ing home, without loss, their own
Like the elephant, if it keeps on
they will be carrying "a trunk."
Cut pieces of wire screen the size
of the openings of the hot-air pipes
under the registers, and place one
over each opening. This will save the
loss of many small article* Which can
slip through the gratings It "also
keeps a good deal of dust and lint
from collecting In the pipes.
Why He Looked Harrassedr
The kind lady had just handed the
hungry hobo a sandwich and
The hours wore
on. She put re
cider and dough
nuts before her
sailor love* but
she did not touch
»Vhen the clock
chimed 12 he arose., and turned- a
merry eye toward her. "Here's to
your health, Marcla Scott, soon to be
Marcla Ladd. Give die a kiss* qpy
dear, to seal the bargain." He leaned
toward her suggestively.
"No. no'." cried Marcla vehemently.
"I have made a mistake—I can't marry
you. Captain Ladd. I am waiting for
some one else. Oh, I cannot
you—not this year!"
The captain glared angrily at her.
•This year or none, ma'am! You've
been a-putting me off more times than
I want to remember! Shall we begin
this new year together or not?"
Mafda firmly. "My
mind's made up for good and all."
"Good night, and a happy new year
to you. ma'am!" snapped Captain Ladd
as he strode from the house
"I didn't mean fifteen years, Jere
miah," whispered Marcia softly to her
self as she thrust Captain Ladd's pic
ture in the flre. "I meant I would
wait always. I've just found it out."
There was a little contented smile
on her face now as she dreamed 1
fore the fire, and so she did not her**
a low tap at the door. Again it sounu
ed, louder, and she rose to her feet,
with a little frightened cry.
The door swung open,, and this time
a tall form entered and stamped the
clinging snow from his feet
"Marcia—little Marcia," he cried
eagerly, "I' ain't too late? You're wait
ing for me yet?"
"Yes," sobbed Marcia in Jeremiah's
"I ain't rich. Marcla. I'm a dead
failure at getting rich. I've come back
to buy a farm and settle down. I've
got just enough for that. Do you want
me now. Marcia? I ain't rich, but
I've got my two hands and you. Why,
I am rich!" he laughed delightedly.
"And I am rich, too." sighed Marcia
happily. "I have got you!"
of pie. "Poor man!' she said, sym
pathetically. .. "Ar« you married?"
"No'm," answered the hoho, V]t got
dls hunted1 look itraeoL beln- clia'sed
from place t' nwJt. ^01 der QQ)1»,"
woman came Into'. the Labor
World offloe and wished to advertise
for her 'husband who had disap
When we told her that we charged
two dollars an inish-she went out,
saying it would break her up at that
rate as her husband was over six
LABOR OFFICIALS OF
THE CENTRAL BODIES
Embracing American Federation of Leber,
State- Federation, and Duluth
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR.
Executive Council: President, Samuel
Gompers Secretary,. Frank Morrison Treas
urer, John B. Lennon, Bloomington, III.
Firat Vice-President, James Duncan,
Hancock Rldg., Qulncy, Mau. Second Vice
President, John- Mitchell, 10094 Metropolitan
Bids., New\York, N. Y. Thlt-dVlce-Presl
dent, James O'Connell, 402-407 McGlll
Bids., Washington, D. C. Fourth Vice
President, D. A. Hayes, 930 WJtherspoon
Bids., Philadelphia, Pa. Fifth Vice-Presi
dent, Wm. D. Huber, Cai'pcnters' .Bldg..
Indianapolis, Ind. Sixth Vice-President,
Jos. F. Valentine, Commercial Tribune
Bids., Cincinnati, Ohio Seventh Vice-Pres
ident, John B. Alpine, 401V6 Bush Temple
of Music, Chicago. 111. Eighth Vlce-Presl
dtnt, H. B. Perham, Star Bldg., St. Louis,
Headquarters are located at 42S and 425
•5 Street, N. W.. Washington. D. C., where
ail communications should be addressed to
either Samuel Gomper*. president, or. Frank
Building Trades Department, American
Federation of Labor.
James Klrby,' President Wm.'J. Spencer,
Secretary-Treasurer, 412-413-414 Ouray
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
MINNESOTA STATE FEDERATION 6F
George B. Howley, President, 2214 Fourth
St. No., Minneapolis W. E. McEwen, Secre
tary-Treasurer, State Capitol, St. JPaul.
1st Dist., P. J.' Warren, 767 Indiana -Ave.,
Winona 2nd "Disk,»Charles E. Keith, 615
Weaver St., Mankato 3rd Dist., Wm. Schil
ling, 1421 Walnut St, Red Wing 4th Dist.,
Joseph Maiden, 281 Banfll St., St. Paul
A. 1* Rich, 298 W. Seventh St., St. Paul
5th Dist., E. G. Hall, 923 Third Ave. No.,
Minneapolis, R.. J- Martin, 1515 Washing
ton Ave. No.', Minneapolis 6th Dist., Geo.
M. Plppy, Room 8, Wlae Block, Bralnerd
8th Dist., S. T. Skrove, 124 Exeter St., Du
luth 9 th Disk. -B. F. Lathrope, Hi1 Ninth
St. So., Fargo, N. D.
American Federation of Xabor Delegate.
C. E. Jameai St Paul.
DCLCTH FEDERATED TRAPES ASST.
President /Henry Perrault
Vice President .Edward Blackwood
Secretary .C. B. Uncapper
Treasurer W. H. Perry
Reading Clerk ..P. a. Phillips
Sergeant-at-Arms Ernest Flokard
Statistician P. O. Phillips
James Walsh, Licensed Tugmen's Protec
tive association Mrs, .uC^therine Dempaey,
Women's Label League Joseph Miller,
Team -Drivers' Union.
Delegates to Superior Trades Assembly.
John Huber and P. J. Phillips.
City lion Directory
IEDERATED TRADES ASSEMBLY—Meets
second and fourth Friday. of each month
at Kalamazoo Hall, 18 W. Superior street.
President H. Perault vice president. Edw.
Blackwood financial secretary-treasurer,
Wm. Perry recording-secretary, C. B. Un
Cbpher, 8iJ0 West Fourth street -reading
clerk. P. G. Phillips.
STRUCTURAL BUILDING TRADES Alli
ance—lleeti first and. third- Monday, at
Kalamazoo Blk. President,. as. H. Power
Vice President. W. A. Hunt recording
secretary. 'William Harbuor, Smlthville
financial sec.-treas., Geo. F. Waiters.
1203* W. Fourth St. 3uBlness Agent.- M. J.
Harney, Residence 919 ,'E.' Sixth St Office^
Kalamazoo Blk. Offide hours 8 to 9 a. m.,
1 to a p. m. and 4 to 5 p. m. Zenith phone
BLACKSMITHS' UNION, No. 498, meets the
first and third Thursdays of each month
at the Victor Carlson Halli 5528 Grand Ave.
West. President, L. D. Haley Vice Presi
dent, L. Larsen Recoi-dihg Secretary, P.
G. Phillips Treasurer, B. Smith Financial
Secretary, Jacob Ohman.
BREWERY WORKERS' UNION, NO. 1U
—Meets the fourth Saturday of each
month at Sloan's Hall, Twentieth avenue
west and Superior street. President, Ben
Buchell vice president, Adam Stengleln
recording and tidanclai secretary, Frank
Nichols, 410b West Fifth street treasurer.
Axel Gafoert. .'
CIGARMAKERS' UNION NO.
LICENSED TUGMEN'S PROTECTIVE As
sociation, Zenith Lodge No. 1.-—Meets let
and 3rd Tuesday- of each month during
the winter season at Marine. ^Engineer's hail
604 Manhattan Bldg. President, M. Glockle
first vice president, Chas. McEachen sec
ond vice president Andrew Carroll: Finan
cial Secretary. Jas. Walsh, 2S Fifth avenue
West recording and corresponding secre
tary, Albert Jones 710 E. Sixth St. treas
urer, C. H. Green, 1515 E. Fourth St
MACHINISTS' IJilON, ZENITH LODGE
No. 247 I. A. of M.—Meets second and
fourth Tuesdays or. each month at the Axa
building, 221 West Superior street. Presi
dent, S. S. McDonald, 029 E. Seventh St
vice president, B. W. Nelson, 602 Slat Ave.
West L. Ewald, financial, secretary, 1204
East Third street recording secretary, W.
Sullivan. 109 27th Ave. W.
IffARINE ENGINEERS' BENEFICIAL AS
SOCIATION, No. IS—Meets every Friday
evening during the winter months at Room
432, Manhattan Bldg. President,' Jas. H.
Bishop First Vice Pres., C. M. Ryan Sec
ond Vice"5 Pres., John Richardson Sec'y
Treas., Armour. Harvey Cor. ai)d Record
ing Sec'y, J. Adams, 2221 W. Michigan
MUSICIANS' UNION No. 1». A I. ef V.
Meets- ilrst Tuesday of aach month al
their headquarters, 21 Welt Superior street
President, L. F. Berger vice president
Chas. Ueimer financial secretary, L. C.
Coffin vreasurer, N. Sudahl sergeant.at
arm*. E. j. Simpson recording secretary.
W J. Dtttcher, 3161 E. First St.
|AXNTERS, DECORATORS AJfD FATES*
HANGERS—Meets every Tuesday at Kaia
mazoo Block. IS West superior, sttfeet'
President, W. P. Perry. 223 Lake Ave. 8.
vice president, W. H. Brook*,. 106 Lowell
Blk. treaaurer, E. J. Saltan. 921 sixth
street financial secretary, -D. M. Robinson,
214 Sixth avenue W. recording secretary,
James H. Powers, 513 E.. Fifth street busi
ness agent Edw. Anderson, 2031 W. Fourth
PLASTERERS^ UNION. No. St, O. P. A
meet* on second- and fourth Wednesday
of each month at Xalattaaoo, Blk. Sreel
dent, Sam. Mash an vies presldint, a Por
ter financial secretary. A- Perrott Vnil
luthy ittlgbts oorresp9ading MUtlwy,
TinUiueat trustee*, C.
first and third Wednesdays of each month
at Kalamazoo Bldg., 18 West Superior street
President, H. Pereauit vice president,
Frank Hcideman financial secretary-treas
urer, Jacob Patskowski*. «11 E. Second St.
recording-corresponding secretary, John
Oakes, care Ron-Fernandez Cigar Co.
CARPENTERS' UNION—Meets every Tues
day evening at Rowlfe? Hall, 112 W. First
street. President, Severt Johnson, 9tZ E.
Seventh street vice president, Chas. Hult
qulst recording secretary, S. T. Skrove,. 124
Exeter street treasurer, Paul Boltz, 311 E.
First street financial secretary, J. C.
Johnston, 21 Palm street
LATHERS' UNION, No. 1*, W, W. M. L.
F.—Meets on the second and fourth Fri
day of each month at Kalamazoo, Block.
President, J. D. Meldahl vice president,
Walter' Mathesdn secretary, Albert Mel
dahl, -507 North Fifty-ninth, avenue west
treasurer, Geo. Walters, 920 West Fifth
MARINE ENGINEERS' BENEFICIAL As
sociation, No. 78.—Meets every Friday
of each month during the winter .months
at Marine Engineers' Hail. 504 Manhattan
Bldg. President Chas. Hector first vice
president, Guy Webb treasurer, A. Harvey,
p.. O. Box 288 corresponding secretary, J.
P. Burg. 2722 Minnesota avenue.
AND. OASFITTERa. .Local
Union No. U—Me^ts on the second and
fourth Thursdj^r of each month at Rcmtiey
bell, presidattt. Ed.' Blackwoodyld» PKfi*
ldent,. R, Recktenwalt recording secretary
treasurer, H. R. Tlnkbanu ftnapclal .secre
tary. J.'B. Rlbble, 1412 Jefferson St.
6TEAMFITTERS' UNION No. 4*8.—Meets,
second and fourth Monday* of sash
month at 22 West Superior St Pmsldeat
Chas. 'Adams vice president. L. Kofihler
Cor. 'Sec John T."Gilbert Fin. Sec--Tr*lufc,
H. Hanson. 712 E. Superior St. Inspector,
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. IIS—Meets
first Sunday In eaoh month at Kalama
aoo Block: Presideftt, Chfcrle* Klene vios
presldent/ E. A. Smith recording secretary,
H. N. Wilson, secretary-treasurer, E. T.
Hughes, .News Tribune office.*
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
THE DULUTH A IRON RANG!?
"The Vermilion Route.'*
Leave Duluth. Arrive
KnUe RlVer, Two
I aarbofs, Tower,
7:30 mi Ely, Aurora, Bi- 1*12:00 .m
•a:i6y m| wablk, McKlnley, 1 6:80
I Eveleth, Gilbert ahdv|
1 Virginia 1
•Dally except Sunday '.Dally.
_DCLL'IR, M1SSABK NORTHERN.
3 1 1 (Duluth. to Mlssabei 2
in I a a a 1
«J 601 »T 40jLv. Duluth .Ar|*10 !0| *J 20
4 25) 8 l5|JUv.. .Proctor ..Arj 10 0P| 3 60
4 631 8
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5 4SI 9' 331JUV.. ixeisey .Arj ,» 36) 1 45
4 14| l0.V4|Lv.. Forbes ..Arj 06j 1 04
t« 40|tl0 29|Ar.. Eveleth
Lvf 66|tl2 35
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.....|Tll 2(|Ar.. Blwablk ..Lv|......itH »7
•7 00|*10 64|Ar. Hlbbiog .Lv|_*7 l«j*12 jLi
Duluth to Cole- 9 I 4
pm am raine Line. am pm
•8 60| 7 40|Lv.. Duluth ..rA| 10 J0J' S 20
6 181 9 08JLV.. Aiborn ..Arj 9 03| 1 53
6 42| 9 371'Lv Meadowl'da Arj 37j 1 kl
8 26| 10 2U(Ly. Caiyx .Ar| 7 6£| 13 4»
4 44j 10 3V(Lv. Pengllly .Arj 1 341 12 29
4 541 10 49|Lv.. Marble .Arj 7 251
7 041 10 69|Ar.. Taconlto ..Ar| 7 l4j 12 07
7 10J 11 06|Lv... BoVoy ...Ar| 7 0»| 12 04
V7|Ar. Coleraine .Lv| *7 041*12 Oi
'Dally. tExcept Sunday. (Sunday only.
Duluth to Winnipeg and Western Canada.
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10 38 pm|Ly Cook-' ....
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STATE OE MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis.—s«. District Court, Elev«
enth- Judicial District.
CHARLES E. ANDERSON,
The State' of Minnesota to the above
You are hereby summoned and re
quired answer the complaint of the
•plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which complaint has (been filed in the
office of the clerk of said district
court, at -the city of Duluth, county
of St. Louis, and State pf Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the subscriber
at hi* office In the city of Duluth in
the said county of St. Louis, within
twenty (20) days after the service of
this summons upon you, exclusive of
the day of such service and if you
fail to answer the said complaint
withiin-the time aforesaid the plaintiff
in this action will take judgment
against you for the sum of Five Hun
dred and Flftv Dollars, ($550) with
interest at the rate of six per cent
per annum since the first day of Jan
uary, l'909, together, with plaintiff's
costs and dis'bursemerlts herein.
Dated November 20th, 1909.
Offices, 407-408 Torrey Bldg.,
Labor World Dec. 25-1909, Jan. 1-8-15
Order to Examine Final Account.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis.—ss. In Probate. Court.
In .the matter of the estate of Jo-hn
The- petition of Jane Stewart as
representative of the above named de
cedent, together with her final ac
count of the administration of said
estate^ having been filed Jin this court,
representing, among other things,, thfct
she has- fully administered said estate,
and praying that said final account "of
said administration be examined, ad
justed and allowed by the Court, and
that the Court make and* enter Its
final decree, of. distribution of t-he
residue of the estate of said decedent
to the persons entitled thereto,'and f6.r
the discharge of the representative
and the sureties on her bond:
It Is ordered, That said, petition be
heard, and said final account exam
ined, adjusted anfl allowed hy: "the
Court, at the Probate Court: Rooms in
the Cburt House, in the City of Du
luth in Said County,' on Monday, the
10th day of January, 1910, at ten
o'clock a. m., and all persons interest
ed in said hearing' and In said matter
are hereby cited andx required at said
time and place to show cause, if any
there be, .Why said petition should not
.. Ordered-Further. That this order be
served: by publication in the Labor
World according to law.
Dated ait Duluth, Minn., December
By the Court,
J. B. Ml'DDLECOFF,
Judge of Probate.
(Seeti probate Court, -gt. Louis County,
Labor World. Dec. 18-26-1909, Jan. 1,
1910. .. •. -.
Order to Exsmlse Final Aceonnt.
STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF
St., Louis.—»s. In probate C6urt»
In the matter -of the estate of Carln
The .petition of Edwin $. Olson and
Tho'ma* Olafson aa executors of the
of the afcovfe named decedent) togeth
er /with .the final account of the ape-,
cial and. general administration ..of said
estate,- haying been filed in this court
representing,, among other things, that
said representative has fully adminis
tered said estate and [praying that
said final accounts of said administrar
tion be examined, adjusted- and al
lowed by the .courts and that the court
make and enter /Its final decrees of
distribution of the residue, of the -eS^
tate! of said decedent to the- persons'
entitled thereto. and. for the, discharge
of the representaitlve and tlie sureties
pn his1 bond.
lieard and said-flnal, account* e»|SL
lned adjusted and allowed b$v $!$»
court, -at the Probate^Couft Roooqtfjm
the Gourt Hous^j
«lnuthe Glty of- JHj»
luth in said County on. Mopday, 9i«0
10 th *day of J^ntiary, 1910, at "teh
clock a. jp., 4ttd all'person* 4nt»reM^"d
la sard hearing aAd l«~*aid matter :we0
hereby cited and' re^itlred at said
and place to sfeow (MCaae, Jf any th*
be, why said petitfjon should notr
Ordered FurtKer^fiat this" ordef«4f»
s^ved by publication in the Latmr
World, -according to' law.
Dated dt Dulutb, Minn., DecemVip*
By the Court, ryf&S
J. B. MlDDLBCOFP,^^
s* Jtidire -dt pr'ot»a««%.:
(Seal Probate courts St. Louis Coun^r,
Labor World, Dec 18-25-1909, Jan. 1, Mm
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNT¥ OP
St. Louis.—-ss. District Court, Kiev
enth Judicial District. &&-•
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Labor World, Dec. 25-1909, Jan. 1-8
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
St. Louis. -In District Court. Elev
.enth Judicial District. -W
FRED B. ROSSOM,
DULUTH AND IRON RANGE RAJ&»
road Company, a corporation. Fred W.
Kenney, George Rupley, Jennie &&
key, William E. Goodfellow, William.
on the r«al estate described in ."the
Dated December 14th, 1908.
JOHN B. ARNOLD.
316-317 Columbia Bldff?
NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis. In District Court Elev-^,,
enth Judicial District.
FRED B. ROSSOM, "IT
termining and adjudging that none of
the said defendants have any interest
The: State of Minnesota, to the a&ci^pxj.
named defendant: Ifit
You are -hereby summoned and te-ip
quired to answer the complaint^.of' Qje"'•
plaintiff in the above entitled actl&n,£v«
which'Is filed In the .office of the clerks,
of the District Court of the Eleventh ''1::
Judicial District in and for the County
of St. Louis ..and State of Minnesota,
and: to serve: a copy of ypur answer
to the said complaint on the subscrj&
er,: at his office, ih the city of Duluth
in said county, within thirty days
ter the service of this summons ujra",
yon, exclusive of the day of such
vice and if you fail to answer ,«ie
said complaint within the time afO^j
said, the plaintiff in this action wUl
to the court for the relief -de-- -h?.
manded in the complaint.
Dated November 16, 1909.
THOMAS J. McKEON.V
817 Torney Bldg."
E. Goodfellow,'as executor and trus^ l's
tee of the estate, of Ruben S. Gool|
fellow, deceased,- Martha E. Good- TJ
fellow, C. A. Smith Lumber Compaajf.^:
a, corporation, William C.
Ellis* Jennings, James Sargent,
anlel C. Gftkey, Joseph Lonso, Sht^ i'i..
•teaal F. White, Thomas J. McK^h,
Kehl & Deary Company, a corpcfl^r
tipn,.. Patrick A. Smith, Robert GaS*
u^ha, William Deary, John B. KShV/"
Minnesota and St. Cloud Railroad":
Cothpahy, a corporation, George 1^6.
Rolph, Martin Peterson, Belle Rtis
sell, Newell F. Russell, Charles ^S.
Davis, Amml W. Wright, Emil
N. Helstrflim, Nels J. Benson,
Solomon Nordvall, Gust CarlSon,'
Magnus Bergren. and all persona a^d
parties unkriown .claiming any rlgi»t.v
estate, Interest or lien
.The State of Minnesota, to the above
Named Defendants: .v
You are hereby summoned and re-y'
quired to answer the complaint of th^5?J|l
plaintiff Ih the above entitled ac:
tlon, which is filed in the office- ofstv
the Clerk of th'fe" District Court,
the County of St. .Louis and Staje of,
Minnesota, and to serve,a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on Ihe
subscriber, at his office in the Colum-T
bia.'Building, in the city of Duluth,.
Louis County, Minnesota, within.
twenty" days after the service of ttfli
summons upon you, exclusive of
day of such-service and If you
to answer.' the' said complaint within*
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will aiKly to the court for the"
relief demanded in the complaint, ".y
DULUTH AND IRON RANGE RAIL- 1v
road Company, a (corporation, Fred
W. Kenney, George Rupley, Jennie
Gilkey, William E. Goodfellow, Wil
liam E. Groodfellow as 'executor and. i-'
trustee of the estate of Ruben
-Goodfellow, deceased* Martha ..I,-,
Goodfellow, C. A. Smith,' Lumbers
Company, a corporation, William C%
Gilbert, Ellis Jennings, James Sar«~
gent, Nathaniel C- Gilkey, Joseph.
Lonzo, Shu-bael F.- White, Thomas
McKeon, Kehl & Deary Company, .a
corporation, Patrick "A. Smith, Rob-l
ert Galusha, William Deary,1'JohnrB*
Kehl, Minnesota and St. Cloud
road. Company, a corporation, George
E. Rolph, Martin Peterson, Belts
Russell, Newell F. Russell, ChaTlear •.,»
H. tavis, Amml W. Wright, Emlf
Nelson, A. N. Helatrom, Nels J. BefrK
son Solomon Ndrdyall, Gust Carlson,
Magnus Bergren and all persons aiiS
parties-unknown claiming any right*
title estate, interest or lien in or on
'the real estate described in the coin*'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That an action, has been commenced'
in the District Court of St. Louis
County, Minnesota, by the above nanied
plaintiff against the above named de
fdndants, the object of which is'to trj!5
llie adverse: claims' of the defendimtsT
and each of them to the lands an#.
premises hereinafter described and. to^y
obtain a decree of the
upqn said lands and praift-cj
or'any part thereof, and that thai
title of the plaintiff: to
IS good' and valid, and-
fendants ahd each of them be forever
barred and'en joined from claiming aH*?"
right title, or-interest in or to taidr
jands ahd premises or any part thereof*r
'^The complaint of the plaintiff in
above entitled action Is now on flle.^t
the Office of the Clerk of the District -,
Court lri and for said St. Louia Count3^ M|
The property described in said com
plaint is feituate in- the County of 8tf,
Louis' and State of Minnesota, to-wits*
The southwest quarter of the nwr^-^
west quarter of Section Eleven,
ship ^Fifty-eight' North.. Range Iwi
the Southeast quarter of the sout
east, quarter of Section Nine and, ttqp
north half Of the Southwesc quartei
of Motion Nine, -Township :Sixty-on%^.
North, Range Twenty West.
The northeast quarter of the nort|jfer|
east quarter 'of Sention Thirty-fot~
Township. Flfty-nliie North, Rai
The southeast quat-terof thesOui
west quarter of Section Ten, Towns)
Sixty-three North.^ .Range Ninety
The' northwest, qbirter of tha.
west qUarter pf section Twenty Toi
ship Fifty-nine North, RangedjNlal
•The- southwest, quarter of -the nortli
west quarter of Section One, Townshjg
Sixty-three North, Range Eight*
The s^utiteast Jiuarter of,thesou^
."brest. quarter. Of -Action Tw^nty-fj
afid'the soiitheast Quarter of the soc
east quarter of -Section Thlrty.-lh!
kn in Township ^Slxty-fouiv^^o
JOHN B. ARNOL?
lain tiff's Attor