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CREDIT THE REPORT OF
TO TAKE NORTHERN PACIFIC
H is Xoi Given Credence Amo nit the
:l Railroad Official*, So
i ar aa (:m Be Learned
lerally discredit the
• Presidi nt Jam< s J.
them, is succi ssful
• , c« ntrol of the
a dream, without n
■ m< n in North
ui it< In the
■ ith T regard it as
..;<■;: is actually
■ linly it is
th ■ system,
;-■ thai il
re from a<
I y of
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• i retire, T be
undi r th
! [ill in matt, rs
: offli ial's
Id in i:iu r h
111 is : boul to arrive
. and will then re
»IOVI\G r<» BROADWAY.
h of ih<- Xo^v Extinct St. I'aul
.■■ mi ■■ auditor and
:' the formei St Paul &
to new quar-
Northern Pacific general of-
The records and books
■ being taken to the
h< idquart< rs, and the <31obe
. .; as ■ oon
In a few days the work
g thi fr !ght and passenger
will kx gin. Assistant Gh n
■: ■:(•. of the
: nger Agent
the North* m
Mi I ■ • ughton will
with the general freight
if ih'- former
. . with those of
. acific Sunday, and a.l
:.. the head of the
.. • in thi departm* nt will be
'ifth and i:-b
Ni rthern i' iring the
"Js rtl Railway,
'lilt- latter caption i.s
■ n in a new issue of.
hern Pacifu time card, and is
- Frederick Rice, of the
nnouni ed yesterday
r Jul t 1 iillman sleepers will
.. Duluth Bleepers on
5T To THE SOUTHWEST.
It V. ill Be Better Than \ortli\vesi of
1 >ppenheim and
jer S. C. Stickney, of the
returned yesterday from
itlon tr)p over the company's
for the purpose of examining crop
tions. Both bear out the state
the south and southwest lines
. favored ones this fall. Crops
in lowa, Nebraska and -Missouri \vi re
to be progressing favorably, with
a h< ivy harvest to come.
COi:s TO T»IE ALTON.
Sluiirt It. Knott, Who Leaves the
IV FORK. June 20.— Stuart R. Knott,
resigned die vice presidency
ni . ■■ :n of railroads in
Florida, will accept the vice presidency
& Alton. He will have
c of the traffic department of that
about July 15. when
his resignation from the Plant lines will
Mr. Knott has been vice president of
the Plant system only since January
having charge of the operating and
. Lrtments, with headquarters at
Savannah. Previously he was for over
thirty years in the service of the Louis
ville .Vr Nashville, principally in its traf
With the appointment of vice president
In charge of traffic matters, the Chicago
practically completes the reor
ganization of its administration, bogun
with the election of S. \V. Felton as
lent. Kx-Juds'f W. I). Cornish, vice
leni of the Vnion Pacific, has re
cently been appointed vice president at
nu\ AT WINIVIPEG.
Hopeful Information for Red River
them Pacific traffic department
received a telegram yesterday afternoon
from General Ajrent Swinford, at Win
stating that rain was falling st a'i
lly. The storm, according to the brici [n
formatlon of the message, bejran about 8
ek yesterday morning, and extends
the whole province, with a tendency
towards a movement to the southw. St.
At Ihe time the message was sent tin;
all was steady and copious.
irmation of more local showers in
h Dakota was received yesterday by
romls operating in that territory. The
Ity were light.
K«t*-H to Be Restored.
CHICAGO, June 88.— Executive officials
of Western roads, who have representa
on the four committees recently ap
the presidents, have issued a
ii order that the oKI rates in ef-
iinries, spots'on the skiri, rores in the mouth
ulcers, falling hair, bone pairs, catarrh, and don't
it is BLOOD POISON. Calt and ret
BROWN'S BLOOD CURE, $2.00 per bottle- lasts
one month. Soid by F. M. Parker, 364 Wabasha
feet be-fore the wholesale cutting began
shall be restored next Monday. It is stat
ed that t.his refers largely to packing
notice products and to gra 4 n and food
products for export trade, and to flour.
Olson's Argument Heard.
Eric Olson, of Sherburn, made an argu
ment before the railroad commission yes
terday in favor of making a general re
duction in merchandise rates. The argu
ment was informal, and no record was
taken by the commissioners.
Joins Western Transit Forces.
F. E. Donoghue. formerly assistant
cash ir of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St.
Paul vi ii- Local freight office in Minne
. has been appointed a commercial
agent of the Western Transit company.
He will have headquarters in Minneapo
Spedsil Rate for Merchants.
CHICAGO, June 28.— The executive
committee of the Western Passenger as
sociation today voted to recommend the
granting of one and one-fifth fare rates
n r the round trip for the merchants'
meetings to be held in Chicago, St. Louis,
Peoria and Dcs Moines this fall.
Nerv Railroad Mileage.
CHICAGO, June 2S,— The Railway Age
tomorrow will say that the total railway
mileage of the nation is about 193,000
miles, and that the construction of fully
300 roads is in progress. The track laid
by the roads from Jan. 1 to June .50 will
be about 1,654 mil.'s. Texas ! ading and
New Jersey ami Maryland bringing up
TlsrilliajA Pfre Run and Automobile
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. June 28.-A
thrilling fiie run and an automobile pa
were the features of Milwaukee's
carnival this afternoon. The fire run
the direc tion o f Chief James Foley
wae nios: exciting, and brought forth
i enthusiasm. Twenty-eight pieces
. | iratus, drawn by the best horses
in th< department, started from the
of Honor, at Ninth street, down
■■ avenue, and across the bridge to
Wisconsin street, the run ending ai
Hotel Pfister. The . ntire course m< asur
e mile, the thoroughfare being
to avoid accident. ,
The automobile parade was partici
in by thirty of tho . oC
\.i rioi h as traps, braki s,
and others, all '■>•
; by Milwaukeans. The power used
in I lie various equip 1 of
ricity, gasoline and steam. The
procession moved over a three rniie
course, and was extremely imposing
Low-Rate Exi-nrxion to Atlantic
< itv. \. J., :ind Oilier Seaside Re
sorts Via the Baltimore &. Ohio
In oidor to give its patrons an oppor
tunity to visit the seashore at a nominal
: itimore & I >hid Railroad Com
pany will .-ell low-rate excursion tickets
to Atlantic city. Cape May and S<;a
Isle City, N. J.. and Ocean City, Md., on
Thursday, August 2, 1900.
Atlantic City has acquired such fame
as a summer resort that a description
of its varied attractions is superfluous.
Thousands are annually attracted to this
delightful resort for the enjoyment of
magnificent surf bathing, and to avail
themselves of tin- unequaled opportunities
for sailing, fishing, etc.
Tickets will be available or. all reg
ular trains, and will be good for return
twelve days, including date of sale, thus
giving ample time for an enjoyable out
Further information will be given upon
application to nearest R. & O. Ticket
Ag : t. or 1 :. N. Austin, Gen'l Pass'r
Agent. Chicago, 111.
KHEDIVE VISITS THE QUEEN.
Egyptian Visitor Im Given a Most
LONDON, June 28.— The khedlve of
Bgypi paid a state visit to Queen Vic
toria, at Windsor castle this afternoon.
Accompanied by the Duke cf York and
the Turkish ambassador, Authopulc
Pasha, and staff, he drove in state, es
...it'll by household cavalry to the Pad
dingi >n railroad station, whence he took
a train for Windsor The Duke ot Con.
naught there joined the party and ac
companied his highness to the castle.
The procession at Windsor was escorted
by lite guards, and a detachment of gren
adiers formed a guard of honor in the
quadrangle of the castle.
The queen received the khedive at tho
principal entrance. There were crowds
everywhere and a warm greeting was
given to the Egyptian visitor.
VACATION TOl X SO. :*.
Sixteen Days on Ocean, Lake and
Diy at Sault Ste. Alarie.
Day at Mackinac Island.
Trip through Georgian Bay.
Two Days at Niagara Falls.
Tour through 1000 Islands.
Ride through Lachlne Rapids.
Trip on Upper St. Lawrence River.
Day at Historic Quebec.
Trip through the White Mountains.
Voyage on the Ocean.
Vi-iting Georgian Bay Mining Points,
Toronto. Montreal, Quebec, Portland,
Me., and Boston, Mass.
Personally Conducted; all expenses
paid; 16 days $99.00. Get Itinerary. Soo
Line ticket office, 379Rr>bert St.
CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO FISHING
Northern Pacific Railway — Daiuth
Half rates to Pine City. Rush City. Tay
yor's Palls (Interstate Park), Chisago
Lakes and Forest Lake. Tickets on sale
every Saturday and Sunday, good return
ing any train Mondays. Frequent trains.
THIRD GREAT TOl R.
Sixteen-Day Personally Conducted
Tour to Boston. Mas.s.
Ocean, Lake amd Rail, through the
grandest scenery and visiting the greatest
cities of the East. Best Steamer; Best
Hotels; litst of Everything; All expenses
included. $99.00. Get itinerary at Soo Line
ticket office, 37'J Robert st.
"ullil.-rs of Xntions.
The press reports at the time gave very
inadequate summaries of the address re
cently delivered before the International
Commercial Congress, at Philadelphia, by
Mr. George H. Daniels. General Passen
ger Agent of tho New York Central Rail
way. Since then the paper has been print
ed as No. 2G of the "Four Track Series,"
and may be obtained on application. As
a general exposition of the relationship
of the railways of America to the com
mercial, industrial and agricultural In
terests of the country, Mr. Daniels' paper
was, so far as I have seen the broadest
and most interesting discussion that the
subject has at any time had. No one
can read it without having brought home
to him the marvelous part that the rail
ways have played in building up the
greatest of all nations.— Town Topics.
Dciuoeratic and Prohibit ion Con
Low rates via the North-Western Line:
Democratic National Convention, Kan
sas City. July 4th. Round. trip rate, $13.55;
tickets on sale July 2, 3 and 4.
Prohibition National Convention, Chi
cago, June 27 and 28. Hound-trip rate,
$11.50; tickets on sale June 25, 2G and 27.
For time of trains and particulars about
the famous wide vestibuled, brilliantly
lighted trains of the "North- Western
Line" apply to 11. G. Cowling, C. T. A.,
352 Robert street, St. Paul, Minn.
I limit Meeting' at Mountain Lake
Park, Maryland— Low Hates Yin
the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
On July 5 to 16, inclusive, the Balti
more & Ohio Rai'.r. ad will sell low rate
excursion tickets to Mountain Lake Park.
Bid., account above occasion.
Tickets will be good for return antil
July 20, 1900.
For further information call on or ad
dress nearest Baltimore & Ohio Ticket
Agent, or B. N Austin. General Passen
ger Agent, Chicago, Hi,
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1900.
ff^T^HP THE BEST OF
ltfc_— *(L EVERYTH| N6 *
f^l jLffHililtlifife "' have hUel - v crossed the con tinent
f^^Si jßraE and must say that between Montreal
* "^SesS HsJA anc * os Angeles 1 have not seen a
&jgiNS K^Sr\ better train than the North-Western
\ \ P |. rf . B The finest and most comfortable train in every
Berth Lamps. J^f^ rCSp£Ct> TW '" C ' tiCs tO Chica ? 0 '
Wlutt h Well Knonn Novelist Sn.v«
Tn discussing the subject of broken en
ments Sarah Grand says:
"I I does not s-eeni to me that there can
be any doubt that it is justifiable to break
off engagements only under special cir
cumstances winch may threaten to biln^r
unhapplness on the pair should tney mar
ry. At the same time, I do not think
that an engagement should be broken off
for any but the most serious reason; and
I believe the contempt we 'Vel and the
stigma which attaches to the man of
many engagements and to the girl who
Gas broken off one after another are the
involuntary outcome of a knowledge of
character. We know from experiences
that people of that kind, with no proper
sense of responsibility, are mere froth on
the surface of society, undesirable as ac
quaintances and not worth considering
;:s citizen.'- 1 .
"But if engagements were to be irre
vocable, ih.- chances of misery in mar
riage would be double what they are now,
and, unhappily, they are only too numer
ous as it is. Of course, no honorabl -
person will enter into an engagement
wihtout the honest intention of fulfilling
it, and, therefore, when such people ne
come engaged and afterward break it off,
it is pretty certain to be for good and
I'IV DE SIECI/E GOWN.
Empire ami Prlnce-M Effects Are
Very Popular for Evening.
Evening gowns, both in the princesse
end Empire styles, are now made up in
great numbers, and it would seem as
though the dressmakers had been able
to combat successfully some of the dif
ficulties that formerly existed in these
particular fashions. The new corsets
help very much to make the gowns pos
sible, for they keep the desired straight
line in front. Figured nets and laces
are used for these gowns, as well as the
heavier silks and satins; velvet, for the
time being, is not used, as it is too
heavy a. material for summer except as
trimming. The liberty satins are hardly
rich enough for princesse gowns, but
when brocaded satin Is used the lighter
weight is preferred, ag the heavier is
apt to be buiky at the seams. The
princesse gowns are more shaped to the
figure than the Empire, but they are
both alike in not having any mark at
the waist line. The smartest Empire
I gowns are made of the sheerest possible
material over a tight fitting lining.
f.i.aht handling is an essential in salad
making. Two forks should be used in
mixing- the various ingredients, a tossing,
never a stiiring motion, being employed.
For the dressing, says an old Spanish
proverb, four persons are needed in the
making— a spendthrift for oil, a miser for
vinegar, a wise man for salt and a mad
man to stir it up. Chaptal, a French
chemist, gives the following advice,
which amounts to much the same thing:
"The dressing of the salad should b3
saturated with odl and seasoned with pep
per and salt before the vinegar is added. '*
A famous chef is said to use a quart of
oil to the yolk of one egg in making
mayonnaise, but a definite rule cannot be
given. Two yolks will usually be re
quired for one pint of oil. The more vig
orous the beating, the slower the oil is
added, and the colder it is k-^pt during the
process of mixing the more oil the egg
will take up. At this season the bowl in
which it is made should &iand in ice
while the oH is added, drop by drop, dur
ing a vigorous beating to the egg.
An inquisitive woman the other day
asked a caterer in honeyed accents to tell
her how he made a. certain salad, and re
ceived the startling reply: "It's mostly
elbow grease, ma'am."
Salt and pepper should be added to the
FABLES OF THE RAIL.— VI.
A Business mini was sitting tn a
dining oar one Day, and when the
"Waiter brought him In Nome Sickly
looking' soup »ml gave him a miuiill
piece of Dry Steak the man hnd a
Kit and whu uniililc to Close the bijs
Deal that he had on in Chicago the
next Ray. and thereby he Lost
Moral — Always jaco to Chicago via
the Xorth-IVesiern Line. The i!iiiii>«,
car service is unexcelled 1 .
ilurlt nc <<>» Train Service to Red
Rock Camp Meeting, Jane 2Htli
to July s>th.
The following schedule of service on the
Burlington's suburban line has been ar
ranged for the Red Rock Camp Meeting:
Week-day Trains— Leave St. Paul 8:25
and 11 a. m., and 1:35, 5:10 and 6:30 p.
m., arriving Red Rock 8:42 and 11:18 a.
m., and 1:53, 5:31 and 6:50 p. m. Return
ing, leave Red Rock 7:33 and 9:11 a. m.,
and 12:55, 4:09 and 6 p. m.
Saturday Only— Leave Red Rock 7:34 p.
m. Returning, leave St. Paul 11:20 p. m.,
arriving Red Rock 11:38 p. m.
Sunday Trains— Leave St. Paul 10:10 a.
m., and 1, 6:30 and 10:10 p. m., arriving
Red Rock 10:30 a. m. and 1:18, 6:50 and
10:30 p. m. Returning, leave Pullman
Avenue 9:30 a. m. and 12:20, 5:50 and 9:30
p. m., arriving Red Rock 9:40 a. m. and
12:30, 6 and 9:40 p. m., St. Paul 10 a. m.
and 12:50, C:2O and 10 p. m.
RIGHT TRAIT; TO CHICAGO
Via "The Milwaukee."
Effective Sunday. May 27th, the C, M.
& St. P. Py. will start a train from Min
neapolis every night at 10:50 and St. Paul
11:25, arriving Portage 6:45 a. m., Milwau
kee 10:45 a. m., and Chicago 1:00 p. m.
Through sleeping car and coach serv
ice from St. Paul and Minneapolis to
Milwaukee and Chicago.
Connections made at Chicago with all
trains for the East and South.
This train also furnishes direct service
for Oshkosh, Fond dv Lac, Madison.
Janesville and Rockford.
Lowest rates to all Doints.
i m^ — — ■* ■" *~""" - ~ ■~~ — ■—■ ■—— ~^— —
TBB 19k ■■!Psrf'% New tents complete with poleiand ping BEND 2cts. AND CUN AND
Ka &$M 1 from «2. IO up. We have all kind's of TgRT CATTALOCUE WIL.L
Tl|a I Js_ teuts. Including barn tenta; all kinds oi BE BENT TO YOU FREE
am ■ W H a FISHING OUTFITS AND ALL "■*****■*"■ ** • WM r " ttt
KINDS OF SPORTINC COOOS. It pVy you tol?" us two ==S: Z* . _
cents and have us mail you FREE oar complete gun cataJogne. The tu"~" " /W^'-'^r-i-rH^Jji — S~X,
Gun Catalogue, containing nd pagos. and the Lowest Wholesale JUE^^
Prices on nuns, ammnnUlon of Rll kinds, liu-luglng fibbing rod*, poles. vEKKSSKixiKESMIiS^EifI*
baseball u-oodi-, tenta and nil kinds of camping outfit*. We sell more guns, T&SKjEB§mt^BSE^U BHf
ammunition and t-ents than ALL THE REST OF THE HOUSES t^Sßn WHi
IK THE NORTHWEST COiVieiNED. Why, stAip^y Semite we — « tT
mske the price oa them. If you have not one of oar gun catalogues, send ~ "CSJ'*' "" **^ -j— ■^bbm^
T. M. Roberts' Supply House. Minneapolis. SRinn.
( yolk before the oil. Whipped cream is a
w< lcome addition to a mayonnaise for
any salad, and should be gently folded in
at tlic very last before it is mixed to
NOVELTIES IX JEWELRY.
Many little pins and brooches arc shewn
to ornament the bodice and to catch up
draperies. Jeweled flowers, fleurs-de-lis
' and similar designs of small size are thus
• * •
Very large amethysts are in favor, bo
lng utilized as the central stone in oval
brooches in which their strong coloring
is modified- by border ornamentation of
pearls or pearls and diamonds.
• * *
With evening costumes of black lace,
net or other diaphanous fabric of black
a dog collar of jet passementerie is a
correct accompaniment. The expense
varies with the. method of cutting the jet
paillettes or nailhead ornaments.
• * *
Tho craze for jeweled effpets has
leached even slJpperdom, and all slippers
are decorated with buckles as ornate as
in the nalycon days of "paitc" orna
nu nt. They may be small, they may be
large, they may be brilliant or turquoise,
but buckles there must be of eomt sort.
• • •
For th'? summer girl who goes yachting
are provided some very pretty white silk
belts with gilt buckles which are large
and square in their general outline, but
relieved with ornament of running and
coiled ropes and an enamel facsimile of
a yacht skimming the water.
• * •
English jewelers are making a specialty
of sporting and military designs in jewel
ry for both women and men, and the
fashion has its lollowers here. One may
get dainty horseshoes of diamonds, hunt*
ing horns Of gold, running foxes of gold
and jewels, hounds, hares, hunting whips,
golf clubs with pearl balls and ribbon
bows in gold, pheasants, partridges and
almost everything else suggestive of one's
favorite pastime, even to the trout
enameled in natural colors, or the perch,
salmon or pike. Swords, daggers, tiny
cannon and revolvers are worn by many
youn,? vsomen as souvenirs of brother or
lover In South Africa or the Philippines.
To the anxious Inquirers in regard to
economy in household expenses, 1 would
like to give some homely advice. Do
not always buy the very best (1. c., high
est priced) meats. Those are not visual
ly the most nourishing. Pot roast makes
a cheap piece of meat, as palatable as
a costlier piece of meat bak<?d. Have
certain kinds of meat for certain days,
and be sure to use up all the left-over
meat in some way. There is usually
enough meat from one day's dinner for
next day's breakfast. A well-made hash
is not to be despised. Save in your pas
try cooking. There is no necessity of
spreading the top crust of your pies with
lard or butter. It adds to the appearance,
of course, but tastes no better to hungry
mouths. Use judgment. Often a cake
recipe w r ill call for a cup of shortening,
when less would make just as good a
cake. As to the mueh-talked-of straw
berry shortcake, make a nice, short,
cream of tartar biscuit dough, split it
open and butter it wnen nicely baked,
spread between the layers bsrties mashed
and well sweetened, pour plenty of them
over the top, and H suits my family just
as well as if there wete an egg in it and
whipped cream served on it. Save all
drippings from boiled or baked meats.
Try out every scrap of fat meat, instead
of putting into soap grease. Such fat
is just as good as butter for shortening.
Save your strength , bjt doing no un
necessary work. Fold' away sheets, pil
low sllpd and underclothes without iron
ing. Make your children's clothes plain,
and spend no time or money for useless
ruffles, tucks and trimming.
This is homely advice, and not meant
for those who have plenty of time and
means to do with, but for those who,
like me, have a houseful of little ones,
and have to make a dollar do the work
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Florence M. Gheen and husband to
G. M. P, Pridham, Its 26, 27 and
28, blk 2, Wright's rearr part
Anna E. Ramsey's add $1
George M. P. Pridham to F. D. M_on
fort. Its 26, 27 and.2S, blk 2, Wright's
rearr part Anna K. ■Ramsey's add. 1
Mary J. Monfort to F. D. Monfort,
Its 2G, 27 and 23, Wright's rearr part
Anna E. Ramsey's add 1
O. Ha.lam, receiver, to W. J. How
ard, Its 16 and 17, blk 6, Burling
ton Heights Div. No. 1 800
J. W. Lusk et al., trustee, to W. J.
Howard, Its 14 and 15, blk 6, Bur
lington Heights Div. No. ] 1
National German-American Bank to
W. E. Holl, It 4, blk 23, Suburban
Hills add 1
Franklin Building Society to W. A.
Allen, It 3, blk 5, Skidmore & Cas
sedy's add 523
Northwestern Mutual Life In
surance Company to Colored Pil
grim Baptist church, It 3, blk 2, Ba
zille's add 6,500
H. P. Yates and wife to C. J. Y'ates,
It 8, Dawson's subd blk 2, Terry's
O. Savard, administrator, to A.
Michaud, Its 2, 3 and 4, blk 10, and
blk 8, Langevin's Fourth add 400
A. Michaud to T. L. Warm, Its 2, 3
and 4, blk 10, and blk 8, Langevin's
Fourth add 500
Total (11 deeds) .$9,030
GET ON THE HAM) WAGON
And Follow the. trinvd to National
The North-W T estern Line (C, St. P., M.
& O. Ry.) has mago espscia'Jy low > - ate_
to the three big Natlpnal Political Con
Democratic National Convention, Kan
sas City, July 4th. Round-trip rate, $13.55
--tickets on sale July- 2, 3 and 4.
Prohibition National Convention, Chi
cago, June 27 an(£ 21 Round-trip rate
$11.50; tickets on sale June 25, 26 and 27
For time of trains arid particulars about
the famous wide ve3tlbu!ed, brilliantly
lighted trains of tho "North-Western
Line" apply to Hrfff7 < CowHns.. C. T. A
382 Robert street, Ejt."Taul, Minn.
— E?sr — -•—
Read the announcement of the Hotel
Empire, New York City, on page 8 of
BUSINESS IS DONE TO MAKE
EVERYBODY KNOWS IT I
WANT COLUMNS OF THE GLOBE
WILL HELP YOU.
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL,
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A
HOUSE. A BUSINESS, A MERCHAN
DISE STOCK. A FARM. A FACTORY.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO USE THE
WANT COLUMNS OF THE GLOBE.
IS NOT AN EXPERIMENT;
IT IS A BUSINESS NECESSITY
WITH ALL SUCCESSFUL MER
CHANTS AND MEN. IT PAYS
OTHERS AND IT WILL
THE GLOBE COLUMNS
HELP THE DRY GOODS MAN. THE
GROCER. THE BUTCHER, THE
REAL ESTATE MAN AND THE
THERE IS NO STRATUM OF SOCIETY
NOT REACHED OR INFLU
ENCED BY ADVERTISING.
USE THE COLUMNS OF
THE DAILY AND SUNDAY GLOBE
AND YOU WILL GET RESULTS.
.«<VFNTS and AGENCIES.
RELIABLE AGENTS to sell diamond in
vestment contracts. Address American
Guaranty Co., 807 Atlantic Trust Bldg.,
ON SALARY— Six traveling agents an
pointing yubagents to canvass for books.
Chas. A. Doe, Astoria house, St. Paul,
HELP WANTED — MALES.
BAKER— First class second hand biker;
German preferred. Address Mr. John
Koßke, Winona, Minn.
BARBER— Wanted, barber; good job for
right man. Union Depot Barber Shop.
EIGHTH GRADE and high school stu
dents to call between 4 and 6 p. m. and
receive a desk dictionary free of charge.
Pioneer Business School, Ryan building,
SOLICITORS— Wanted, two good solic
itors acquainted with saloon trade.
Call 788 Payne ay.
WANTED— Experienced section foreman
at once for Montana. Apply Room 24,
Great Northern Ry.
WANTED— Grocery clerk; speak German
and be single; at once. Address T lsi),
SITUATIONS WANTED — MALES.
Anybody out of work In St. Caul or
SUnneapolla may insert an adver.
tltement ander till* heading; free
A YOUNG MAN wants work around*
store or driving a delivery wagon, or
private family; well acquainted with
the city; would like to hear of place
soon. Address 451 East Sixth st.
A HANDY MAN wants work; can take
care of lawn, horses and drive or do
any work around house; good recom
mendations. Address 372 Rosabel st., C.
A HANDY man wants work at carpenter
work or repairing. Addrtss P. W. Har
tigan, 865 Marion st.
A BOY would like to have work at any
time; fifteen years old. Address C. T.,
904 Palace St., St. Paul, Minn.
A MAN desires work of any kind; car
penter or any kind of work. Address 463
East Fifth st.
BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position by ex
perienced bookkeeper; will work for
moderate wages; references and surety
_bond_furnished. 11., 187 Smith a_V;
BOY fourteen years old wouldTlTke work
as office boy; will work cheap. Please
call or write to M. R. Monson, 1026 Burr
BOOKKEEPER— Young temperate man,
experienced, desires a position as book
keeper, bill clerk or other office work;
good penman and honest and indus
trious; first class references. Address
Emil Krulish, 544 Jackson Bt.
BOOKKEEPER— To butchers and small
tradesmen, books posted and balanced
once or twice a week. Address J., 466
COOK— Wanted, situation by iirst-class
meat cook; hotel or restaurant; refer
ences. Address E., 237 Rondo St., St
COOK— First-class meat and pastry cook
wants situation; city or country. Ad
dress W. T. Davis, General Delivery,
EMPLOYMENT — A good respectable
young man of twenty desires a position
of some kind; has had two years' ex
perience in book bindery; will work in
or out of city. M. M., 374 Duke st.
LUNCHMAN wants position; good cook;
can tend bar. W. 8., % South Robert
JANITOR— Wanted, a job soon; janitor.
Good and reliable man. Address _31
Sims st. or this office.
POSITION wanted by bright, intelligent
young lady in office; best of reference;
small salary expected. Address S. M.
M.. 252 Rondo st.
SITUATION WANTED —As 'checker^
wholesale house or packing house; fur
nish bonds, etc. Address G. B. Thomas,
205 Fourteenth St., city.
STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper de
sires a position; no experience: good
penman; ben of references; work rea
sonable. A. W. Gotzke, 314 Newspaper
YOUNG MAN desires position as stenog
rapher, or general office work; is expe
rienced; can furnish good references.
Address AA I, Globe. _
WANTED— By a boy who knows city
well, work on delivery wagon. Call or
address 323 Lower Prescott, " near
WANTED— Situation as bookkeeper, col
lector or steward by a married man;
fourteen years' experience. Address
Jean Fortier, care Windsor hotel.
MALE stenographer and bookkeeper
wants position; office work preferied;
no experience; good penman; best of
references. 314 Newspaper Row.
WANTED— A position in an office by a b->y
who has had three years in the high
school, including bookkeeping and
senior arithmetic. Address W 174, Globe.
YOUNG man of nineteen would like to
have work of any kind. Address J. E ,
759 West Seventh s t :.
YOUNG MAN— Twenty-three, honest and
of good address would like situation;
not afraid of work; good references'
U 170, Globe.
YOUNG man wants work of any kind;
somewhat handy with tools; if you de
sire such, please drop postal at the
general delivery. Frank Scott.
YOUNG MAN would like work of any
kind; no objections to leaving city. R
177, Globe. ____^
I'imt Special Train to the .Demo
cratic Convention Jnly 3.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad
has been selected as the Official Route,
and a palatial train with the delegates
and friends will leave St. Paul at 3 p. m.
July 3, reaching Kansas City at 9 a. m.
Tickets for round-trip. $13.55. Berth
tickets in palace sleeper, including use of
car for two nights in Kansas City, $6.
Berth tickets ia tourist sleeper, $3. For
tickets or berth call on F. P. Rutherford,
at M. & St. L. office, 356 Robert »t.
HELP WANTEB— TEMAIEB.
CASHIER wanted at Como Park pavilion.
COOK— Wanted, an experienced woman
vegetable cook. Apply Metropolitan
COOK— Wanted, dining- room girl ?.nd
vegetable cook at the Colonnade, Tenth
and St. Peter sts.
DISHWASHER wanted at Como Park
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for
general housework at once; steady place
and good -wages. Apply Mrs. Ries, 6SI
HOI'SEKEEPER wanted by farmer, or
will marry lady thirty-five to forty. Ad
dress F. D. Woods, St. Paul, Minn.,
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, girl for general
housework; three In family. Apply to
Ed Grace, Y. M. C. A.
HOUSEWORK— GirI wanted for general
housework; family of two. Calt at 118
East Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good glil for
general housework. Apply at once, 421
HOUSEKEEPER wanted; refined,, mod
erate ideas of home comforts, that
sings and piays piano nicely; light work
and pleasant home to right party. T
WANTED— GirI to help in kitchen; good
•wages. 351 North Washington st.
10 WOMEN— Fop picking raspberries; near
Wildwocd. Call at Pierson Grocery,
Kast Seventh and Minnehaha st., St.
Paul. Friday and Saturday morning:.
Anybody out of -work fn St. Pan! or
Miuneaitolis niay Insert on miter,
(laeusent under this lieaiilng tret
A GOOD washwoman would like wash
ing or ironing. 181 Smith ay.
A WOMAN wants work from 6 o'clock p.
m. till closing hour during carnival.
Call 642 Jackson st.
A DRESSMAKER would like a few more
engagements in families; competent in
cutting and lining. 401 Harrison ay.
A YOUNG LADY who has had experi
ence in clerking, office work and dining
room work, would like a position during
the carnival or permanent. Address 8.
C. ISO East Seventh St., third floor.
A YOUNG LADY, IS years old, would iiko
to travel as companion for a luuy, or
take care of a child; to go to Paris or
Germany preferred. Q 18>. Globe.
A Wu.MAN would like washing, ironing
or help in a hotel by the day. ISI Smith
A YOUNG girl of seventeen wishesi a
place with small family. Please call or
address 761 Edgerton st., city.
AN EXPERIENCED sules'.ady would like
a position to attend booth in carnival
grounds. Call or addrtss 36$ Kast Tenth
HOUSEWORK— A young girl of fifteen
years would like a position to assist in
light housework; small' family. 725 Cher
okee ay., West St. Paul.
HOUSEWORK— A young girl would like
work ir. small family; will work cheap.
Address 1461 Hague ay.
LADY STENOGRAPHER desires copy
ing of any kind to do; will do work very
reasonable. H., 350 Cedar.
PLAIN SEWING, cooking, washing and
ironing; all kinds of day work wanted
at 552 Wabasha, first floor.
STENOGRAPHER— Competent lady ;.t._
nographer and typewriti.st desires posi
tion; substituting or piece work accept
ed; can furnish machine; willing to
leave city; moderate compensation.
Please address J. E., 31S New York Life
WOMAN would like to go out washing.
Call or address Mrs. Gailey, 2% East
WANTED— Washing, ironing or house
cleaning, or work of any kind by the
day. 406 Jay st
WANTED— By middle-aged American
lady place aa housekeeper; country pre
ferred. Address Mrs. Hanford, 707 East
WANTED— Situation by two sisters of
respectable parentage in a refined fam
ily as waiting- maid and governess or
parlormaid and chambermaid; want to
be together; w<j are bright and ini-j!li
gent; home more object than wages.
Address Maude Dale, general delivery.
YOUNG LADY de tires offiir<> pTsftion";
doctor's or d< mist's preferred. Call or
address 36s East Tenth st.
Office. 141 East Ninth Bt. Telephone 133.
MAN— We can furnish a good, strong,
handy man for wholesale house, or any
other such work.
BOY— A bright, willing boy for office or
errand boy; needs work badly.
REPAIRING of trunks and vulises want
ed by a man who understands the work
NURSES— We can furnish efficient wom
en to care for the sick.
WOMEN— To do plain sewing, washing,
Ironing and housecleaning can be had
from this oitice; also men to do odd
Jobs, wood sawing, etc
fTOBSFS ANT) CARRIAGES.
merman will sell at public auction at 10
a. m., Wednesday, June 27, three train
loads of Western horses; this will be
the last and greatest opportunity of
the season to buy Western horsi-s at
your own prices. Barrett & Zimmer
man Midway Horse Market, Minnesota
WANTED TO BUY.
SPOT CASH for old br;oks; any quanti
ties and all kinds school books and
fiction bought, sold and exchanged. 110
East Fourth st.
FOX SALE — Kinder Twine — Highest
grade this year's goods, put up in flat
fifty-pound bales, containing ten live
pound balls, at 8% cents per pound for
sisal or standard; JI V4, cents Tor manilla,
delivered (freie-ht prepaid) to your near
est railroad station: for samples v-ite.
Sears, Roebuck & Co., Chicago, 111.
NOW OPEN— Four hotels, 250 rooms; all
prices; day, week or month; depot cars
pass the doors; The Western, 105 East
Eighth; Imperial Hotel, 16 East Ei-hih;
Yukon Hotel, 127 East Eighth; Econ
omy Hotel, 360 Jackson st.
MASSAGE — First-class massage parlors
and fortune telling. Mrs. Thomas, 457
St. Peter st.. front_flat.
MRS. DE LAFTTRE, scientific massagist,
vapor and sponge baths. DC East Sev
ELITE bath and massage parlor; by a
French lady; furnished rooms; tran
sients«. 320 St. Peter.
MASSAGE— 3SO Cedar St., room 26, sec
ond floor; massage, steam baths, alco
hol rubs; osteopathy and electric treat
ments; open daily.
FEB C <->NAL.
LADIES — Free; harmless monthly regu
lator; cannot fall. Mrs. B. Rowan, R
104. Milwaukee, Wls.
pTEXsA^ ; ?T > prO^lsT^
modern conveniences; hot and cold
water. 528 Cedar st.
WHITE BEAR LAKE— CooI and pleasant
room to rent, with meals, close to lake
and depot, y 154, Globe.
BOOMS FOR REKT.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms all mod
ern conveniences; board If desired .
. fl oor. 234 West Fifth
FOURTH WEST i
room.-; everything: moder:: ; I
__able; board if j]> sired.
H SSS« REARDON corner Seventh and
Minnesota sts., under new management;
refurnished throughout; everything l.tw
and clean; transient trad*
ROOMS— At Hotel Fey, corner Cedar anT
seventh, furnlahc-d rooms by the day
or week; steam heat and bath; tran
WABASH.v 3 —
witli and without board; gi
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RJKNT— Four-room cotl igi wa
doo WeSt Ninth st - I n ««l™ ' next
¥P^^, LOANED SAI ARIED PEOPLE.
SALARY LOANS JiO to $200. You .
not fail to be interested enough
T>i?T^r! east PROCURE OUR RATES
TEED BATISFA CTION OUARAN
CALL for proofs that ours
A?i r Vrol^ ST RATES offered In town.
DE^luf^ SACRED AND CONFI-
You wish iowe.=3t rates, OP COURSE.
SO CALL UPON US TODAY •
feT. PAUL FINANCIAL CO..
TiURD FLOOR. Ro >m
-New York Lite Building.
WE HAVE been criticised for g
sucn low rates and easy partial
ments; the critics are riglw; bul
must loin a certain amount of m<
as soon as posiole,
ment; we loan on (
gage; no lndorser; no
employer or frii
liable Credit C
Ing, Room J, corner Waba*ha a
MONEY LOANED on .. a
watches; low rates for large I
George R. Holme:. Jeweler. 14 1 I
CALL FOR TERMS on lunns t<
people, or loans on household I
pianos, etc.; they ;ie tho lowea
dorsers; easy payments; con
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Company, m
Pioneer Pi ess building.
<& TO 6 PER ( Om
on or before" prl\ liege, to loan on Im
proved property In St. Paul and Minne
apolis. R. M. Newport & Sun, Flonojt
6 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on
improved property in St. Paul and Min
neapolis. V. C. Oilman. New York Life
MONARCHS— Best bicycle on the r.
at any prl
for gas lamps St. Paul Cy<
second-hand wheels, $3 t(
; Bundy, $2
pound can of carbon w]
we repair all makes of v.
cycle < 'oinpany, 71 nth.
L ~~ iLJH
CIUROPODIST-Dr. Betty's powder for
burning feet. 25 cents. « East Bev
erith. Kendrlck block.
POUND— A bui Is on Kigh h st.
Call at St. Paul Commons, prove
writing desk, pici
seen taken from booth at carniva
'I'll- ing; liberal
one rind In
State Savings Bank; fin
ed t me a( the bank; 11
is noi pr<
will be j. m. «,
trcas::r . r.
ANYONE who at Harrtf
park, Fort Snelling, July 4, Bon
Denmark picnic, call at ■■
Seventh P. Petersen and 11 •
J''t', r l SALE— New refrigerator, dining
table, china CO I oom
Bull - and
Sun. lay afternoon and evenings, Room
34, Forepaugh b
FOR SALE One hundred mocking birda
in song-, one year old, at 63 Sixth st.
Proceedings in BankruuLGj.
DISTRICT COURT OK Till: UNITED
Stn«<vM, District of Mm iiiMiiii,
In the Mutter of \
John C Ilunloy.v
an ii Member «>f\
the Former <'o-\
partnership <> f \
S:il<l John C. lluii-\
ley nnil GeorsreN In BunLrniilcy,
J. Ilunloy, as 4'o-\
partners oh .J. C'.\
Hanley I. line <-.»•»- \
pony, and Ii:ill-\
(In nk I'll ]> 4. \
To the i [O]
of the i lurt of tl
States for the district of Mini
John C. Hanley, of the Cit:
the I lounty of Ramsey and
Minnesota, in aid district, respi tfnliy
represents that on th<
judged bankrupt under th<
gress relating to bankruptcy; that.
he has duly surrendered all
erty and rights ol
fully complied with all ti .it-nts
of said actrf and ■ I
court touching his bankru
decreed by the court to have ,
charge from all *1 - -1 j t - .
ship and Individual, pn
his estate- under said bai
cept such debts a I \<y
law from such
Dated this 2Sth day of J
JOHN C. HANLEY,
UNITED STATES DISTK
District of Minneaotu. Third
On this 28th day of June. A I
reading th< g petition,
Ordered by the court, that
be had upon the same on >■ of
July. A. D.
at St. Paul, In said
o'clock in the and that .
thereof be published in the St f'.iul
Globe, a newspaper prii
district, and that all known
and -ons in in-
pear at the Maid time and ;
prayer of the said petitioner shoul
And it is further ordered by the court
known creditors copies of said petition
and this order, ;: .a at
their places of residence
Witness the Honorable Will!
seal then • Paul, In saie
trict, on the 28th day of Jun«
CHARLES L. SPE
(Seal of the Court.) . •k.
DOCUTA SANOALWOOD CAPSULES
Cure Gonorrhoea, Gleet, unnatural dis
charges in a few day.s. All druggists. Ac
cept only Docuta, by mail 51. 0o; full di
rections. Dick & Co.. 133 Centre St.. Now