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Men of "Ham Tree" Fameto Depict
Haytian Revolution in Duluth
The reappearance in Duluth of the
oldest firm of laugh-makers in the
theatrical world will come Sunday,
Jan. 2, when Klaw & Erlanger's ne»v
in Hayti," will appear at the Lyceum
opening with a special Sunday mat
inee and running to Wednesday night.
"In Hayti" is a musical comedy -f
sixteen numbers each brimming witn
dash and paprika—both book and
music being typically modern.
The story tells of one of the com
mon and shortlived revolutions in
Hayti in which two American finan
ciers, a stranded theatrical company,
young lovers and a pair of rollicking
"collud folks" play leading, parts.
The company is made up of high
salaried players of reputation. In
addition to Mclntyre and Heath, there
is Julian .Rose, fresh from the great
est success ever made by an Amer
ican vaudeville player in Europe
Marian Stanley, last season prima
MINERS STICK AND
IT AT LEAD
Xiead, S. D., Dec. 31.—The lockout
of the Homestake Mining company
against its employes in this place still
continues with no prospect of a set
The mining company is offering
every inducement to former employes
to go 'to work even accepting" "such
few weak ones as could be obtained
to wcrk on the big drainage ditch
being put through.
This number is very small and the
fact that the company inssts on
every man receiving employment
signing away his rights and renounc
ing the union has prevented many
from working for the company in
The following is a copy of tha
pledge which employes are obliged
"to sign before going to work for the
company and a glance at it will ex
plain why it is being universally
GRANITE BOSSES WON'T
STAND BY SETTLEMENT
FRAMED BY COMMITTEE
Barre, Vt., Dec. 31.—Instead of
there being a setlement of the lock
out and strikes involving 5,000 gran
ite workers in this town and vicinit--',
as was expected, the trouble appears
now to be further from laeing ended
The Barre Granite Manufacturers'
Association has refused, unanimously
to accept the terms of the settlement
made by its committee with a com
mittee of the Northfield Granite Cut
ters' Union yesterday.
It is understood that the cutters
proposed as a condition of their re
turnirfg to work that the use of the
pneumatic bush hammer be discon
The Cohans in "The Yankee Prince."
donna with the Rogers Brothers, and
a chorus of sixty.
For the latter half of the week it
the Lyceum Manager Pierce has pro-
trust, "Mclntyre and H^ath vided a treat for the lovers of things
Cohanistic in three nights and a
matinee of "The Yankee Prince"
one of the famous author's most
With Cohan himself in the title role
and surrounded by his royal family
and a hundred other members of the
original company that has supported
him since the piece was first pro
duced, it should give Duluth theater
goers cne of the biggest money's
worths of the season.
The original cast besides Geo.
himself in the title role, still includes
Jerry J. Cohan, Helen F. Cohan, Jo
sephine Cohan, Lila Rhodes, Tom.
™ris. P. B. Pratt, Sam J. Ryan, Rob
ert Emmett Lennon, J. Jicquel Lance,
William Leyle, Donald Crisp, Lola
Hoffman and Mildred Elaine.
Great Mid-Winter Sale.
Reductions in price in every department.
Every price marked in plain figures.
Attached to the price tag is a colored
Tag denoting the discount given.
Money saving bargains on every hand.
In French & Bassett's^ big discount sale.
.Discounts of from ten to fifty per cent.
We are glad to make qasy terms for you.
Resolutions of sympathy and pledg
ing financial support are being re
ceived here daily by the officials of
the locked out union.
Jim Kirwan has a letter from the
secretary of the.Telluride union, say
ing that. Tellurite 4s a union camp
amt^Tiyirn^in,"comirig from Lead had
best bring paid-up cards if they want
to work. there.
The union men employed by the
Black Hills Brewing company--—thir
teen in number—have voted to assess
themselves $1 each month for the
benefit ,of the locked out Homestake
employes, the assessments to con
tinue as long as the lockout lasts.
OF THE SMOKY CITY
Invest your money in reliable furniture.
Now is the time to make great savings.
This is the greatest sale we ever held/
Everything being sold at big discounts
Rare opportunities to secure fine bargains.
See what we can offer you at this sale.
All discounts are genuine price redactions.
Let us furnish your home now, it pays.
Easy terms of credit gladly arraiiged.
^nsburg, Pa., Dec. 31.—A sen
sation was sprung here holiday
week when the new delinquent tax
collector published the longest list
of delinquent sale taxes ever publish
ed in this city. Among the names are
iriany corporations and men quoted
worth millions of dollars, who hal
evidently overlooked paying their
taxes in the prescribed time.
The Pennsylvania railroad owes the
largest amount of delinquent taxes of
those advertised, the amount aggre
+o which must be
added the expenses of advertising ths
Same. H. C. Frick is published for
$28,773.20 for a block of property
the "Point," which practically sur
rounds the Duquesne block house.
IRON CITY CARPENTERS
GET FIFTY OENT RAISE
AT HANDS OF BUILPBRS
Pittsburg, P«., Dec. 31.--~T!ie Mae*
ter Builders' Association' has voted
unanimously to Increase the wages'
of carpenters from *3,$Q to $4 per
The increase goes into effect April
15, next. The gate set forward
because the opening of the spring
season will see spring contracts well
under way and the master bullViV*
want to prepare all .projected build
ers for the advance
The master builders in discussing
the action said that the advance of
BO cents per day was granted the
carpenters because of the friendly
spirit shown, by the workmen, and
more so because of the increased coat
of living. The scale in vogue expires
April 15. The carpenters work eight
hours a day and the increased wage
rate is for an eight-hour work day.
ROADS CAN NO LONGER
LAY THE BLAME ON TO
Washington, Dec. 31.—A sharp no
tice has been sent out to railroads by
the interstate commerce commission,
warning them that failure, -hereafter,
to obey the orders' of the commission,
either through misunderstanding 0"
negligence of employes, will be treat
ed as an Intentionalyviolation.
This cbmes as the result of an ac
Lead, S. 19...
I am not a Member of any Labor
Union, and in consideration of m.v
being |jtiployed by the HOMESTAKE
MINING COMPANY agree that I will
not become- such while in its service.
several railroads which have
failed promptly to comply with the
commission's, orders and then excused
themselves by blaming some employe.
WILL MIX PLEASURE
WITH THEIR BUSINESS
ST. PAUL, Dec. 31.—St. Paul Ty
pographical Union No. 30, with a
view to rendering its regular monthly
meetings more pleasant and profit
able for the members and intensify
ing Interest in the union, has entered
upon a plan which, promises to secure
the results desired and be ..of great
An. entertainment committee has
been appointed to carry out the wish
es of the union in this respect, and
it is already at work.
The duty of this committee is to
arrange for entertainments embracing
mitsical, literary and other features,
to be given at the union meetings at
PROMISE PROBE IF BILL
GETS OUT OF COMMITTEE
Pittsburg, Dec. 31.—An investiga
tion of the steel mills and car shops
of Western Pennsylvania, where re
cent serious labor disturbances have
occurred, will be investigated if a
resolution offered- by Congressman
Tener, Republican, of Pennsylvania,
The resolution provides for the ap
pointment by the speaker of a com
mittee of five. It was referred to the
WAGES CUT WALKED OUT.
•.Edgewater, N. J., Dec, .31—The em
ployes of the J.' Sanford Ross Com
pany, of New York, who are building
J»ew dock fore the Warner Sugar
Refinery Company here, are on
$he strikers walked out because the
firjn wanted them to accept $2.75 per
day, whereas. the union wages is
$3.25. This the union men refused
to stand for- and the trouble began.
PROBABLY HAD BAD DREAM.
Evansville, Ind., Dec. 31.—Em
ployes of the Evansville and Southern
Indiana Traction company received
as New Year's presents an increase
in wages of one cent an hour. The
traction scale was 18,' 19 and 20 cents
an hour, and it will be increased one
cent. About 100 men will b^ afjfected
by the increase. Improved business
conditions are given as a reason for
PHILANTHROPY OF ST.
PAUL ROAD IN QUESTION
Continued from Page 1.
this^umount is small it will produce
an aggregate of several thousand
You can hand your contribution to
the head of the department' you are
employed in, or whoever he desig
nates. The amounts will be forward
ed to Mr.- Hanney, treasurer of the
You will note from newspaper ac
counts that conditions are such that
immediate action Is necessary,
A. E. MANCHESTER,
Supt. Motive Power.
R. R. Employes Understood "Order."
Clearly this is not an order but an
invitation. To the railroad employe,
however, a bulletin from the general
manager is. in the nature of pi man
date from tha Powers That Be. He
is" not in the habit of making too
fine a distinction between requests
and ^tructions. He (follows bulle
tins tJv the best of his ability, and
asks no questions. And it was ap
parontly in this spirit that the men
who were appoined as collectors in
terpreted the bulletin posted in the
Milwaukee round house. To them it
was an order to be obeyed. One em
ploye who did not contribute said
that his foreman talked to.
different times about paying. And we
are informed reliably that ''this mat
ter has stirred up a good deal of feel
ing and is the subject of a great deal
of tadk out at. the shops." Some ?f
the men refused to pay. Others paid
because they thought it1was expected
of them. j,-'-- V-.
Laudable But Doubtful.
It. is altogether laudable for the
officials of a. great corporation to give
their employes an opportunity to send
their money quickly, and easily to
relieve suffering, of this kind. One
may approve such action even though
the diga^er occurred in a mine which
was practically owned by the corpor
ation, and even though the. accident
was due to.- negligence for which *thc
corporation should he held liable,
Provided that the contributions are
entirely voluntary that not the
slightest suggestion of compulsion,
.direct or inferred, be employed by the
We cannot commend, however, the
methods employed by 'the St- Paul
officials to "Invite" fh^ir" men to con
tribute. J^mI the tR^Ractlon becomes
especially distasteful when it is
known that the stock of the Clierty
mine in which the tragedy occurrtHl
id held^ almost wholly, If not entire
ly, by high officials of the Chicago,
Milwaukee St. Paul Hallway com
PROPOSE® CHARTER AMENDMENTS
TO BE VOTED ON AT, THE ANNUAL
MUNICIPAL ELECTION TO BE
HELD FEBRUARY 1, 1810.
The amendments are numbered in
the same order in which they .will ap
pear on the ballots.
Amend the Charter, by adding after
Section 362 the following:
alleys with other streets,, avenues and
alleys shall be paid by 'general taxa
tion and no assessments'- for benefits:
for any such improvement?! .shall evt?t
be made. Whenever a street, avenue
or alley is improved the cost of im
proving the Intersectionsthereof with
other streets, avenue^ and alleys snail
•be paid out of the "Street Intersection
ana Storm Sewer Fund" established at
the time of the adoption 6f this amend
Amepd the Charter by adding at the
end of Section 64 the following section:
Section 64a. In addition to the Other
powers granted it by this charter, the
Common Council shall nave the power,
•by a two-thirds vote of all its mem
bers whenever funds-are available for.
the purpose, to cause to be constructed
in any of the streets, avenues, alleys
and public places' of. the 6ity, storm
sewers for the purpose of carrying off
the surplus water upon and draining
such streets, ^venues, alleys arid pub
lic places and the territory adjacent
thereto, arid preventing damage to per
sons and property by floods and wash
outs. Before, causing any such storm
sewer to be constructed ^nd before de
ciding upon the location,. size Or char
acter thereof, the common council shall
cau&e a careful survey of the territory
•proposed to be drained to .be made by
the engineering department of the city
and shall secure the approval in writ
ing of the city engineer or the officer
in charge of the engineering. depart
ment, to the location- and plans of the
sewer so proposed to be constructed.
"-The work of constructing any such
storm sewer may be done in ^connec
tion with the work of improving tlie
street in which the same is located or
Independent thereof. The cost of con
structing arid maintaining all such
storm sewers .shall be paid out of the
Street Intersection and. Storm Sewer
Fund established at the time of the
adoption of this amendment and no as
sessment for benefits for any such im
provement shall ever be made.
That Section 284 of the charter-be
amended by adding to the end thereof
.•Eighteenth: There shall also be a
Street Intersection and Storm Sewer
Fund out of which shall be paid the
cost of Improving the intersections of
streets, avenues and alleys with other
streets, avenues* and alleys and out of
which shall also be paid the cost of
constructing and maintaining all such
storm sewers as shall be constructed
pursuant to the provisions of Section
362a, adopted With .this amendment.
The common council shall annually
levy for the support of this fund a tax
of not to exceed two (2) mills on the
dollar on the assessed valuation of all
taxable, property of the City. No
money shall be .paid out of this fund
for any purpose except for the im
provement of street intersections arid
the construction and maintenance of
storm sewers as herein provided.
That section -6.4 of the Charter of the
City of Duluth'be amended by adding
at the end thereof the following:
"Eighty-seventh.—To regulate the
use of streets, avenues and alleys by.
vehicles, and to impose Upon vehicles a
tax or fee. for the privilege' of using
the streets, avenues and alleys of the
city, the proceeds of which tax' or fee
shall be used s67ely,.Xor tji'e mainten
ance and repair"ofcstreefs: avenues arid
That Section 284 of the Charter of
the City of Duluth be amended.
(1): By striking out from paragraph
numbered Seventh the word '^Streets"
wherever*the same occurs in said sec
tion, and by adjling' to the end thereof
the following:, "and for. 'cleaning
streets, avenues'and alleys."
(2) By adding to the end thereof
"Nineteenth.^-There shall also be a
street maintenance and repair fund to
provide solely.for the maintenance and
repair ofr streets, avenues arid alleys.
Into this fund 8h9.ll. foe paid all taxes
or fees imposed Upon vehicles by the
common council under the provisions of
Section 64 of this Charter. The com
mon council shall., levy a tax of not to
exceed one (1) mill on the dollar an
nually on the assessed valuation of all
taxable property, to be paid into the
city treasury to the account of: this
fund, such tax to' be levied arid col
lected in like manner with other gen
eral taxes of the city."
Amend Section 201 of the Duluth
City Charter by adding at the end of
said Section the following:
Section ^Ola. The Board of Park
Commissioners shall'' also have auth
ority to provide free band concerts
and other musical entertainments in
the public parks of Duluth.
Amend the "Thirteenth" sub-division
of Section 284 of the Duluth City
Charter by adding at the end of the
first sentence in said sub-division after
the words "maintenance of public
parks" the following. words, viz: "and
for free band concerts and other mu
sical entertainments in the public
Amend Section'127 so as to read as
Section 12?.' The Board of Public
Works shall ibe composed of five mem
bers who shall be citizens and free
holders of the city of Duluth, one of
whom, after the' first board,: shall be
appointed by the .mayor on. the second
Tuesday in March, or as'soon there
after as may be ih. each year, to serve
for a term of five years and until his
suqeessor is appointed and qualified.
The .-members of skid board shall serve
without pay and. shall be appointee
Without reference to their political af
filiations/and not more than three- at
any tlriae shall toe of the same political
party. On the second Tuesday of
March, 1910, the mayor shall appoint
One member .pf the board of public
works for--orif yeAr, one member: for
two years one member for three yearsj
p.ne mettiib^r for four, years, one meriibep
fo* ..five years, whJeh five shall con
stitute the first "board, and shall hold
6ffice until th'eir a-uccesfcors are selected
and qualified. A failure by any mem
ber ,of the board to attend the regular
meetings of "the board for three suc
cessive meetings, -uirlesB prevented by
Sickness or. temporary absence from
the city, shall constitute an abandon
ment of the office. and the fact of such
abandonment' shall be thereupon re
ported by the board to thie mayor. In
case of a vacaufcy In the board -at .any
time from any Cause, the mayor snail
fill such unexpired term by appoint
ing a suitable person to fill such
The Board of Public Works shall
ihold -meetings -at least once in- each
week at such place as Bhair be pro
vided for that. purjfose, 'and at Such
time In each weelt: iM tlje boani may
fix, w^lch weekly riteetlnga shall be
the regular meHlngs of the board. The
•board Jtlay also hold special1 meetings
at whfch any businssjB may be trans
acted at fe-uch times and upon such no
tice to .lts meinbers as may- be .fixed
byi the r*lesv and regulations of the
board. Tl)« members of the board shall
annually at their second meeting In
March, elect one, of their meipbers,
gresWent, and one vlce-vresldent of the
The'board may adopt such general
rules and regulation* for its govern
ment' and "tile exerclse of its powers
•not inconsistent with the charter arid
the 1VW* of 1 thf land,, as it deems best
tuch. jrulMr and re«fula
.erea and signed, such book or
tfc therefrom certified by- the
of said "board shall be evidence
so entered ani
dl«rk of said board shall ^e
of the same in all courts. ""Said board
is 'hereby empowered to enforce any.
such, rules- and• regulations, and the
city ^attorney shall aid and assist such
board in the enforcement of the same.
-The board shall keep a record of all
Its .proceedings and doings in books
provided for that purpose, which books
shall be preserved as books of ^record
ofrthe city and such books or extracts
therefrom, certified by the clerk of
said board, shall be evidence in all
courtK of the' Action of the board there
in iset forth.
Three members of the board shall
constitute a quorum and may transact
any business of the board, but a siriall
er number of the board -^nay adjourn
from', time to time.
Amend Section 128 so'ras to read as
.Sectipp ,128. The Board of Public
Works' shall haVe' all the (power and
authority possessed by the board of
pu|bilc^works and by the city engineer
under: the charter of the city of.Duluth
at the, time this amendment goes Into
eiffeet,\'and shall perform all of the du
tiesand obligatioris devolving on said
board and said''city engineer by said
city-.i charter at the time this' amend
ment goes into effect.
The board of public works shall em
ploy a director of public works, an4 a
clerk and such other employes as in
their opinion may' Dip necessary to en
able them to perform their duties un
der the provisions of this charter, and
shall specify the duties of such persons
so employed and fix their compensa
.The director of Public Works shall
be a competent civil engineer and shall
hold his office at the will of the.boai»d,
arid shall not be subject to ariy of the,
civil service regulations of this char-J
The director of public works' shall
'be,, the executive officer of the board,
having- charge, under the direction of
the board, of all the active duties' de
volving upon the board. The board of
public works is, hereby authorized to
delegate to the director of public^works
any arid every judicial or quasijudicial
act or duty Imposed upon it by this
charter or the law of the land^ and
when any such act by said director is
approved by said board, It shall be
deemed to be the act of the board for
any and every, purpose.
The office of city engineer is hereby
abolished an-d wherever, .by the terms
of.this charter, as it exists at the time
this amendment goes into effect, iny
•powers, duties or obligations are im
posed upon the city engineer, such
duties, powers and .obligation# shall
devolve upon the director of public
works, and Buch powers shall be 'ex
ercised and such duties and obligations
performed by him under the supervi
sion and control of the board of public
Add a Section l'28a:
Section 128a. All provisions of this
charter In conflict with the foregoing
Sections 127 and 128 as amended are
Add a Section 128b:
Section 128b. These amendments to
Sections 127 and 128 shall take effect
and be In force on and after the sec
ond Tuesday in March, A. D. 1910.
Amend Section 477 of Duluth City
Charter which provides for the yearly
salaries of certain officers of the city
of Duluth by changing the clause in
6aid section which reads, "City Asses
sor one thousand eight hundred, dol
lars- (11800)," so that the same will
read, "City Assessor two thousand four
ihundred dollars ($2400)."
This amendment to take effect from
and after the first Tuesday in Septem
ber, 1910, after Its passage,
Amend Section 362 of Duluth City
Charter by adding at the end pf said
section the following:
"Section 362a. No assessment for
benefits, shall be made for. any part of
the cost of grading, paving or main
taining the intersections of streets with
other streets, avenues or alleys/
Amend Section 356 of Duluth city
Charter by adding at the end of said
sectl.On the following:
"Section 8$6a When property has
ohce .been assessed for the cost of an
improvement in any street -or highway
•It. shall never again after jjaymerit of
such cost, be subject to assessment for
cost of renewing or maintaining the
Amend, Section 362 of Duluth City
Charter by .adding at the end of said
section tlie followirig:
"Section 362h. "The sujm which riiay
be assessed against any lot or parcel
of land within any five year .'period
shall not exceed 25 per cent of the as-,
sessed value of sjttch lot or -parcel of
land, except ori petition of a majority
of owners, who a^so. own more than 50
per cent of the frontage to be affected
by such assessment."
Labor World Jan. 1-8-16-22-29-1910.
dent and Clerk »f taf bpard, and when f'senting, among other things, that she
has fully adrainistered said estate, $,n&
praying that saldSanwv^^eu3tti::of «aiOf
administration,^ examined adjusted
an'd' allowed by the Court, and- that
H. W. CHBADLB,
STATE OF MINNESOTA,' COUNTY OF
St. Louis.—ss. District Court, Elev
enth Judicial District.
ANNIE SHEA, v- '1-
MRS CHARLES MCCARTHY, WILLIAM
A. CLOSE AND FRED A. MOORE,
The State of Minnesota to the abovo
You are hereby stitturioned arid re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action
which is filed in the office of the clerk
of the District Court of the Eleventh
Judicial District, in and for the county
of •. St.- Louis and State of Minnesota,
and= to serve, a copy of your -answer to
the said eoniplalnt on the subscriber, at
hijs office in Id Phoenix block in Du
luth, in said county, within twenty
days after the service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the.:day of such
ervice and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the -time afore
said, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the court for., the relief de*
manded in the complaint:
Dated December 23, 1909.
,S. F. WHITE,
'r Plaintiff's Attorney,.
Labor World, Jan. l-8-15-22-29-Felb. 5
Order of Hearing on 'Petition for
License. to Sell, MortKasc or Lease
STATE OF MINNHJSOTA, COUNTY Ol?
St. Louis.—ss. In Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of .John
The petition of Peter Tillman as rep
resentative of the above named John
Linskens, haVlngr been filed in this
court, representlner, among other things
that for reasons.
6tated-in said petition,
-it is necessary and for the. beit .in*
tereats of the estate of said-John Lins*
kens and of all persons interested
therein, to sell certain lands of said
dbceased in said petition described, and
praylrigr that license- be to Peter Till
man granted to sell the said land.
It Is Ordered) That said petition be
heard before this5 court, at- the probate
court rooms 4n tJie, court house, in Du
luth, in said county, on. (Monday, the
Jlith day of January, 1910, at tiari
o'clock a., m., and all persons interested
ih said hearing: and in said matter are
.here'by cited and required at .said time
and pla6e to show cause, If any there
be, -why .saldvpetltion should not be
Ordered Further. That this order be
served .by publication in the Ltfbor.
World aceordlnff to law.
.Dated at Duluth, Minn., December
By the Court, ui
J. B. Mlftt*LECOFF,
Judge of Prbbate.
(Sepl Probate Court, St Louis County
Labor world, Jan. 1-8-16-1910.
Bsanm« Final Aeconnt.
STVVTB OF MINNESOTA, tJOUNTY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of John
Tlie petition of Sfary McCarthy, as
representative of the above named de
cleidtnt, .together with her flrial account
of the administration of said est«te
Court make, and enter its final decree
Of, distribution .bf *^ie residue* of. the
estiat^ pf said decedent to the pe*«pn*
entitled thereto, and loir 'the discharge
the representative and the,, sureties
on her-, bendv-
It is. :prder,ed,. That said .-pe^itlon: be
heard, arid'said -final account eCaimiried,
adjusted, an.d allowed, by the. C.ojirt, at
the Probate Gourt Rooinr in. thi 0ourt
House. in the-City'of Duluth, in said'
County, ori Monday, the 34th day, of
January, 1910, at tep o'clock a. m., and
all person# interested 'in said hearing
and in said mattfer: are hareby cited
and required at said time and place-to
show cause, If any there be, why said
petition should not be granted.
Ordered further, that this order be
served by publication In the Labor
World according to law."
Dated at Duluth, Minn., December
By the Court, _vi
And" It Is Further Ordered that this
order shall be: published, once In each
week for three successive weeks prior
to said' day of hearing, In the Labor
World,, a -weekly newspaper printed
and published at Duluth, in said coun
J. B. MIDDLEX30FF.
Judge of Probate,
(Seal, Probate Court, St. Louis Co.,
Labor World, Jan. 1-8-15, 1910.
STATIC OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis.—ss. District Court, Elev
enth Judicial District.
P. H. & F. M. ROOTS COMPANY,
GEORGE W. DECKER.
JENNIE POND DECKER, his wife,
and CLYDE IRON WORKS,
The State of Minnesota to the above
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the' complaint of- toe
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
•which eoniplalnt has. been filed In the
office of the clerk of the above named
District Court, at the- 3ty of Duluth,
County of St.-Louis and* State of Min
nesota, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint ori the
subscriber, at his office, at Rooms 403
404 .Torrey Building, in the city of Du
luth, in the said county of St. Louis
and State of Minnesota, 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 within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in .this
action will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint, to
gether with plairitilT's costs and dis
bursements of this action.
A. N. McGINDLEY,
Dated this 20th day of April, A. D.
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Order to Hear Petition fpr License to
Sell Land of Minor
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
In (Probate Court.
Soecial Term, Dec. 23, 1909.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Charles Marcus Fay, and Madeline
Winriifred Fay, minors.
On reading arid filing the petition of
'Katherlne V. Fay, ^guardian of said,
minors, representing, among other
things, that the said wards, are seized
of certain^ iprcxperty Interest in
real estate in' St. Louis County,
Minnesota, and. that for, the
Ibenefit of said wards the
should be #old, and praying for license
to sell the same- and It appearing to
the satisfaction ot the court, from said
petition, that for the .benefit of said
wards said real estate should- be- sold.
It Is Ordered, thajt all persons' in
terested in said estate, anpear 'before
this4 court ,Qn Monday, the 24th dav
of January A. D."1910, at ten o'clock
a. m., at. the court house ln Duluth, in
said county, -then %nd t^ere to show
cause (if any there be), why license
should riot be, granted for the sale, pf
said real estate, according to the pray
er of said petition.
Dated at puluth, Minn.',.the 23rd day
of. 'De'cerittber A'. D. -1.909.
By the. Court,
S. B. MEDDLECOFF,
Judge of Probate.
(Seal- Probate: Court, St. Lou-is' County,
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