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UXIOX DEPOT COMPANY RECEIVES
H. M. SPEIIRY'S PIXAti
PKOVIDES FOR MORE TRAFFIC
Expert From New York Submits StM
tistics and Calculates for Fu
ture Increaae in liu.s-
At a meeting of the Union Depot com
pany, held yesterday morn H. M.
SperryJ the expert engineer, pressnted Ins
final report and left in the evening for
New York. Nine of-the com]>anie.'> In
terested in the improvemeiiitß had repre
sentatives present, ana the report as to
the track plan was listened to with much
Mr. Sperry submitted statistics show
ing the growth of traffic at Uie depot in
the last ten years, and outli.iei the pro
visions made by him for a large future
increase in the volume of basinoss. After
he had read his report, the plans were
discussod at length, and in the end w*,re
adopted with slight 'modifications.
AcoordCng to the figures of -Mr. •Sperry,
the traffic at the depot has Increased
00 ptT cent in ten years, and he has irade
arrangements that will permit of the "lew
depot taking care of a proportionace in
crease, in the coming decade.
\V. A. Scott, president of the company,
made a port on the progress being
made in the filling in of the river, and
said that all possible speed was beiiig
used. "When the machinery orderod fro"n
Chicago has been placed in service, tho
work will go on at almost double the
present rate. To o'e> this there will, of
course, be day and night, crews.
TRAFFIC CONTINUES LIGHT.
TrJi!ll«- to Hi« Convention Is Disait-
ItointiiiK' <<» Duailx,
Railroad officials declare that the traffic
on account of the Woodman convention
has been much Slier than was andci
l*ated and prepared for. This is in part
due to the fact that the weather throu.-h
--out the state has been bad, and to tho
fact that the rates being given are not
so widely known as would have Been the
ea«e had they been announced sooner.
Yesterday's traffic was the lightest of
any aay in the week, the only special zr
rlvins being that over the line of the
Great Northern from Hutchinson, Minn.
On this train about 150 passengers were
Today will undoubtedly be the banner
day In point of travel, and with propi
tdous weather it is expected that 25,000
persons will arrive on the morning trains.
One of the largest of the excursions will
be that of the OmaJha from Rice Lake
amd" the Eau ("laire district. This train
is du e to arrive at 8:30 this morn'jnig, and
agents along the road report a heavy ad
vance sale of tickets.
TO PREVENT WASHOUTS.
Northern Pacific Improving Its
Rondwnv at Kendrick, Idaho.
The Northern Pacific now has a largo
force of men at work on the road be
tween Kenddck, Idaho, and Troy, sur
raclng the track; and preparing for the
completion of a line of improvements in
tended to secure the company from cLLs
astrous washouts by next spring's
freshets. Between these two places the
company has had the track raised at all
points where the roav3 runs in the bot
tom, the elevation for more than a mile
averaging fully two feet, and at places
reaching three feet. As soon as surfac
ing is fully done, the force will be put
at work constructing heavy riprap on
both sides of ithe gTa<de at all points
where the waters are liable to attack the
srrade. This riprap is to be constructed
with a long slope, the engineers con
tending that where a slope of three feet
for every foot of vertical 'height is given
the waters would be much less likely to
The placing of wing dams built of wil
low withes bound together with wire
find placed In the stream where the
water is forced against the railroad em
lankment most wtrongly, with the idea
»f forcing the waters to s<-ek a new
channel, h;vs only been- carried out In
part, but will be completed as soon as
the work of riprapping is done.
TRANSFER COMPANY OFFICERS.
One Change Made at the Annual
Meeiliiß Held Y«M»ter«lny.
The annual meeting of the Minnesota
Transfer company was held yesterday
morning at the general offices of the
Oma'ha road. Oflicei and directors were
re-el^cJted as follows: President, S. L,.
Pennington, of the Soo; vico president,
W. P. Clough, of th>e Great Northern;
secretary, George P. Lyman, of the Bur
lington; treasurer, H. P. I'pham, of the
First National bank; directors, W. O.
P'aree. Northern Pacific, to succeed J.
\V. Kendrick, resigned; L. N. Scott, S. C.
Stickney, S. L. Pennington. Day, Whit
comb, Clougn, Lyman and Underwood.
Hall' Knlp for Woodmen.
In order to afford visiting Woodmen
In opportunity of seeing Minnesota and
the Dakotas, the Great Northern has
put in a half-rate fare, commencing to
trorrow; the lound trip will cost one-half
of single fare, to points where this does
not exceed $10. This reduction was made
in the belief that there are many Wood
men hire who would be glad to locate
Mther in Minnesota or the Dakotas, were
they full cognizant of the chances that
exist. The excursion gives them the
chance of locking ove: the ground, and •
later in the I season, when the home
seekers iat< ■- are put in, they may move
With their families.
Renew Traffic ARreement.
The Northern Pacific and the Canadian
Pacific companies have renewed the
agreement existing between them relative
to the entry of the trains of the former
company into Vancouver, and those of
the latter into Seattle. The terms are
Transferred to Spokane.
J. E. Moran, cashier of the Great Nor-
Purely Vegetable, Mild and Reliable
Cure all disuniers of the Stomach, Liver
SICK HEADACHE], BILIOUSNESS,
INDIGESTION, TOKPID LIVER,
DIZZY FEELINGS, DYSPEPSIA.
One or two of Radway's Pills, taken
daily by those subject to bilious pains
and torpidity of the Liver, will keep the
system regular and secure healthy di
The following symptoms resulting from
Disease of the Digestive Organs: Con-
Hipation, inward piles, fullness of the
biood in the bead, acidity of the atom-
Rch, nausea, heartburn, (Ilsgust of food
fullness or weight in the stomach, sour
eruptations. sinking or suffocating scn
tations when in a lying posture, dim
nesH of vision, dizziness on rising sud
oeniy, dots or webs before tho sig'it
fever and dull pain in the head, deficien
cy of perspiration, yellowness of the
and eyes, pain in the side, sliest
ilmbs, and sudden flushes of heat, burn-
Ing in the flesh.
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will
froe the system of all the above named
Price 25 cents per box. Sold by dru*-
Blsts. or sent by mail. fa
UAOWAY & CO., 55 Elm St., New York
them at Havre, Mont., has been appoint
ed depot ticket agent at that place, and
will begin work in the temporary struc
tu:e on Havermale island, June 16. J. M.
Fortune, express and baggageman at the
Union de, ot, will transfer to the new
depot to fill a similar position.
MEDALS FOR SOUTH AFRICA.
Three Thousand Distributed by E«l
--w:ir<I VII. Yesterday.
LONDON, June 12.—London seldom had
a finer spectacle than was witnessed on
the Horse guards parade today, when
King Edward presented medals to 3,000
soldier participants in the South Afri
can campaign. The great square was
lined with guards drawn from the various
regiments . In the center of the ground
was a purple dais, surmounted by an
Indian tent, with silver corner poles.
In the space between the dais and St.
James' park were drawn up 3,000 offl
cers and men of the guards, househo'.d
j cavalry and City imeprial volunteers,
; all of whom served in the campaign.
! The admiralty, horse guards and other
j official buildings fronting the parade
| were all decorated with flags. From the
! house of Joseph H. Choate, the United
; States ambassador, on Carlton House
i terrace, flew the .American flag. The
lord mayor, Frank Green, attended in
state, and the members of fne special
Moorish embassy, in picturesque cos
tumes, were interested spectators.
Promptly at 11 o'clock the king, in a
field marshal's uniform, the queen, Prin
cess Victoria, and other members of the
royal family arrived and took up
places on the dais. The recip
ients of the medals, in a long line,
marched rast the king, received the
decoration from his majesty, saluted and
passed on. Lord Roberts came first, fol
lowed by Lord Milner, while behind them
came crowds of generals and lesser offi
cers whose names have become familiar
owing to the war—Buller, lan Hamilton
and a host of others. Among the mem
bers of Lord Roberts' South African
staff who received the medal was Capt.
The Duke of Marlborough.
The procession as a whole »r«s most
incongruous. The officers of tFie guards,
lancers, hussars and Highlanders, in
dazzling uniforms; groups of solemnly
garbed men in frock coats, doctors who
had served at the front, and half a dozen
foreign attaches in uniform. Capt. Ste
phen L. N. Slocum, the United States
military attache, was not present. He
is in St. Petersburg. There were also
groups of time-expired men in' civiian
clothiiig. nolicemen and wounded sol
diers, limping along in hospital clothes.
The . ceremony lasted nearly three
hours, the queen standing beside the
.Suit to Restrain Consolidation of
BOSTON, June 12.-The action brought
by Clarence H. Venner, of this city, to
restrain the absorption of the Boston and
Montana and the Butte and Boston Min
ing companies by the Amalgamated Cop
per company was heard in the supreme
court before Judge Knowlton, but the
decision was reserved.
It was alleged in the hearing that since
the reorganization of the Butte and Bos
ton company in im, tts net earnings '
have not exceeded $1,166,000, one-half of
which was derived from the profit of
smelting operations and that the p-esent
net earnings did not exceed $300,000 per
annum. The plaintiff claimed that it is !
now proposed to issue $20,000,000 of new
Amalgamated stock for Eutte nnd Bos
ton, the 8 per cent dividend upon which
will amount to J1,300,000 more t'nan the I
present net earnings of the Butte and i
Boston mine. It was stated further that i
an application was to be made for tho
appointment of a receiver for the Ana- '
conda Mining company and for the an- I
nulment of its charter by its stockhold
ers to prevent the absorption of thia
mine by the Amalgamated Copper com
pany. The plaintiffs prayed that the j
court would appoint a master to deter- I
mine the value of the Buttc- and Bos- I
ton mine and that Messrs. Kidrler, Pea
body & Co., be restrained from exchang
ing Amalgamated stock for that of Butte
and Boston until the report of the master
has been received.
Judge Knowlton announced that ho
would reserve his decision pending the
decision of testimony in the Forsaith-
Magtnnis suit along the same lino as the
Tenner action which is now before tho |
court in this city.
OFFICERS OF MACHINISTS.
International Association Re-elects
TORONTO, June 12.—At the closing ses
sion of the International Machinists' as
sociation President O'Connell was re
elected. The other officers elected were-
First vice president, J. Conlin, Sioux
City; second vice president, A W
Holmes, Toronto; third vice president'
George Mulberry, Chicago; fourth vice
president, Thomas Wilson, Cheyenne
Wyo.; fifth vice president. Maurice Lan
cers, Hartford, Conn.; general secretary
and treasurer, George Preston, Detroit;
executive board, Hugh Doran. Chicago-
E. L. Tucker, Washington; Henry F.
Garrot, Atlanta; M. J. Ford, New York;
James A. Reynolds, Cleveland; Edit >r
D. Douglass Wilson, Birmingham, Ala.
Delegates to the convention of the
American Federation of Labor at Scran
ton next December, James O'Connell
AYashington; J. J. Creamer. Richmond'
Va.; John J. Kergan, Philadelphia-
George H. Warner, New York.
Milwaukee was decided mon as the I
meeting place of the next convention two !
years hence. The proposition to remove
the headquarters from Washington was
FRANCE HAS HER TROUBLES.
Situation in Algeria Is Assuming an
Acute I'll n.«e.
PARIS, June 12.—Another serious dis
turbance is reported from Algeria, where
a courier plying between St. Charles and
Jemmapes was attacked by a band of
natives nine miles from Jemmapes. Tho
conductor of the cars was dangerously
wounded and the natives then fired on
the passengers, among whom was Father
Fleohoran and his mother. As soon as
the attack became known M. Julienne,
the sousprefect of the district, called out
the troops to search the neighborhood.
The French government has seized H3O
kilograms of powder and many weapors
destined for the Arabs at C'onstantine.
The Algerian situation causes the govern
ment the deepest concern, and Gen. Ca-e,
the new commander of the French troops
in Algeria, has received orders to use
the severest measures if necessary.
"express company trust.
T. C. Platt Slated for President of
NEW YORK, June 12.—Despite official
denials it is believed that what will
amount to a consolidation of all express
companies in the East is being planned
It is said in Wall street that the plan is
to merge the American Express company
the Adams Express company and the
T'nitcd States Express company into one
company, of which Senator Thomas C.
Platt will be president. George Gould, it
is said, intends to bring his Pacific Ex
press company to the East with his trans
continental line and the three companies
wD] combine to meet the competition of
the new company.
Bears the ->? The Kind You Have Always Bought
Sigrtatcra f&* , S/-¥/^ Jt
M, W. A. Excursions Via Soo Line.
To all points in Minnesota and North
Dakota at less than half fare, maximum
rate being $10.00 for the round trip.
Tickets sold June 14th and 15th, and are
good 15 days, with stopover privileges
in North Dakota. Soo Line ticket of
fice, 379 Robert street.
Attention, Modern "Woodmen.
You will probably never again have
such grand opportunity to visit the noted
resorts of Sault Ste. Marie and Maofc
inac. Round trip only $13.50, June 14 arid
15; tickets good 15 days. Soo Line ticket
office, 379 Robert street.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901.
AFTERNOON NEWS CONDENSED.
Perry, lowa—Fire at Woodward today
destroyed nearly half of the business por
tion of the town. Loss about $30,000.
Dcs Moines, lowa—Alljah Heathcote, a
contractor, shot his wife because of jeal
ousy. Heathcote is now in jail. His
victim is at the point of death.
Paris—The council general of the Seine
elected for the first time a Socialist as
president. The successful candidate, M.
Veber, had a majority of one over M
Manila—Lieut. Henry T. Mitchell, of
the Forty-first regiment, has been ar
rested and will be tried by court-martial
on the charge of embezzlement at Baca
lor of $277 of public funds.
Manila—Capt. William H. Wilhelm, of
the Twenty-first infantry, who waa re
cently wounded' in the "shoulder i« an
engagement with insurgents at Lipa,
Batangas province, is dtad.
Cleveland—Capitalists, represented by
Washington bankers, are engaged in se
curing options upon stock of the Re
public Iron Mining company, which is
largely owned In this city.
Chicago—The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Illinois Steel company
was held here, and C. M. Schwab, presi
dent of the United States steel corpora
tion, elected to the directory. No change
was made in the list of officers.
Buffalo—About 120 machinists of tn»
Srow steam pump works, \»wo u avt b-_...
out since May 20, returned to work.
Neither side will state the nature of the
agreement under which the men re
Washington—Esther Bartlett Clarke
was granted a divorce from James King
Clarke, of . Pittsburg. Desertion was
the ground on which the application was
based. Some time ago Mr. Clarke sued
for a divorce in Pittsburg, but the jury
failed to agree.
Shreveport, La.—John Gray Foster
brother of the wife of Gov. McMillin, of
Tennessee, was shot and killed on his
plantation by a negro laborer. A posse
is now in pursuit. The Foster family is
one of the most prominent in the state,
and the murder has caused intense feel
Glasgow—The week's celebration of the
4"oth anniversary of the foundation of
Glasgow university commenced with a
religious service at the cathedral. The
gathering waij strikingly international.
America wus represented by delegates
from California and Massachusetts and
by several Canadians, while most of the
rnive-rsities of the continent were re-pre
Kiel—Emperor William, accompanied by
the headquarters staff, Prince Henry of
Prussia and the chiefs of his majesty's
private cabinet, arrived here to wTiness
the launch of the battleship Zaehringen
at the Germania yards, while the work
of removing the shores, preparatory to
tiu launch, was in progress, a crane col
la :.<--(-il, killing two men and seriously
injuring three others.
Lowell, Mass.—The woman whose head
less body was found in Chdmstord
woods last Sunday anJ whose head was
found Tuesday was identifitd today as
Mrs. Margaret Blondin, of Boston. The
identification was made by Mrs. Mar
garet Casey, of Lawrence, sister of Mrs.
Blonelin. The dead woman marrietl Mr.
Ulondin, a French Canadian mill e>pera
tive, last February. It is not known
where the man is at present.
New Orleans, La.—Prof. J. Hanno Bei
ler, of this city, president of the North
American saengerbund, has called a
meeting of the executive board of the
saengerbund for June 24 at Buffalo, N.
Y. The general meeting of the delegates
of the societies composing ti.e organiza
tion is called for June 2t> in German-
American hall, Buffalo. Three hundr, d
delegates and over 3,600 singers from all
parts of the North are expected to at
tend the thirtieth saengerfest of the as
sociation to be held in Buffalo, June 24.
23 and 26.
Newport News, Va.—lt is announced
that 1,000 men will be laid off at ihe ynrds
of the Newport News Ship Building and
Dry Dock company on account of the
machinists' strike. This will make a to
tal of 2,000 men out. It is expected the
entire plant will be closed by Saturday
night. It is the understanding here that
all the ship yards in the country are de
termined not to accede to the demands
of the machinists.
"West Newton, Pa.—The death of Har
vey Beveridge at the McKeesport hos
pital brought the total number of I'atuli
ties of the Port Royal mine disaster up
to eighteen. The last rescuing party en
tered the ill-fattd mine shortly b-.fore
midnight and explored it for a distance
of 3,000 feet. The body of David James
was found. Another party will enter the
mine. Five bodies have been recovered
since the first explosion. There are still
thirteen bodies In the mine.
Philadelphia—Pennsylvania railroad offi
cials denied positively that the company
has acquired a controlling interest in the
Pennsylvania Steel company, and also
that the Pennsylvania railroad company
had purchased the Berwind-White Bi
tuminous Coal company. At the offices
of the Pennsylvania Steel company the
officials would neither confirm nor deny
Milwaukee, Wis.—Dr. R. J. Preston, of
Marion, Va., was elected president of the
American Medico-Psychological associa
tion; Dr. X. G. Adler Blumer, of Rhode
Island, vice president, and Dr. C. B. Burr,
of Flint, Mich., was re-elected secretary
and treasurer. Auditors elected: Doc
tors W. M. Edwards, of Michigan, and
W. H. Beemer, of Ontario; councillors,
doctors J. B. Chapin, H. M. Hurd, P. L.
Murphy and E. C. Runge. The next
year's convention will be held in Mon
"You call yourself a German dialect
The manager of the comic opera com
pany sneered so forcibly that the wings
"Call yourself a German dialect come
dian?" he repeated. "Why, I can under
stand every word you say during your
Realizing at last that his education had
been a curse to him the miserable as
pirant for dramatic honors shrunk out
of the theater. _
Gailty, an Charged.
Upg-ardson—l have been told you have
been talking about me behind my back.
Atom—That's the way I have always
talked to you. I never talk about a
man in front of his back.
Cheap Rate* to Minnesota nn<l
North Dakota Point*.
The Northern Pacific announces cheap
rates to all points in Minnesota and
North Dakota tickets in Minnesota and
June 14th and 15th, with iinal limit of 15
days, except that to Duluth and West
Superor tickets will be sold only on the
14th. with final limit of the 17th.
Tickets destined to points in Minne
sota and North Dakota, west of Little
Falls, will permit stopover within limit
in either direction.
The rates in some instances are less
than one fare, and with the stopover
privileges offered will give many of the
visitors who will be in Minnesota for the
first time an unexcelled opportunity to
see the "Wheat fields of the World."
Finest Trip In America.
Visiting Sault Ste. Marie, Mackinac,
Detroit, Cleveland. Buffalo, Pan-Ameri
can Exposition. Niagara Falls, Toronto
St. Lawrence River, Thousand Islands
Montreal, Quebec, White Mountains'
Boston, Newport, New York, Hudson
river, Saratoga, Lake Champlnin, etc.
Personally conducted excursion Make
your reservations early. Literature and
itinerary at Soo Line ticket office 113
South Third street, Minneapolis, or 379
Robert street, St. Paul.
Pniler Street Sewer.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn.. June 3. 1901.
Sealed bids will be received by tha
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
2 p. m. on the 17th day of June, A. D.
1901, for the construction of a sewer on
Fuller street, from Fisk street to Milton
street, in said city, a:cording to plans and
specifications on file in the office of said
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St'
Paul, in a sum of at least ten (10) per
cent of the gToss amount bid, must ac
company each bid. Said check shall be
mada payable to the Clerk of said
The said Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids. - '.:vr;.V^':i-.-
F. O. HATtf&ER, -
:Y - ' President.
_ Official: C. H. BRONSON,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Whei*e Y/astis Qan Bo
tmmLefi 'fokj/nsertiori /#?»».
At tfce Rate* of 1 Gent per
Word. No Insertions Ac
cepted less than 15 Gents,
Itt:cr.al Clairvoyants. Fortsns Tell»r snJ
2 Gents Per Word.
*«. -nterticn tccett9QloS3 thaa" 25 esaU
WANT COLUMN BRANCH OFFICES:
' CONGER BROS., Druggists.
Selby avenue, corner St. Albans; 409 Scl
! by -avenue, and 349 University avenue.
RICE STREET PARMACY,
; 306 Rice street.
I ALBERT W. BORK,
Corner Mississippi and Nash streets.
, CAMPBELL, BROS., Selby and Victoria.
S. H. REEVES, Druggists, Seven corners
STRAIGHT BROS., Druggists,
Rondo and Grotto streets.
• A. T.. GUERNSEY & SON, Druggists,
171 North Dale street.
i .798 East Seventh street.
, E. B. ROLLINS, Druggist,
295 West Sevenfn street.
I SEVER WESTBY, Druggist, ■
Maria avenue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists,
Selby and Western avenues.
WALTER NELSON, Druggist,
University a\enue and Rice street.
RIETZKE, & CO., Druggists,
Selby and Western avenues.
A. & G. SCHUMACHER, Druggists,
490 West Seventh street.
HOLCOMBE & MAGNUSON,
954 Payne avenue.
Dale and University.
BOTNER & CO.,' Druggists,
678 Grand avenue, corner St. Albans.
C. T. HELLER. Colonnade.
J. P. JELLINEK & CO.,
%1 West Seventh street.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
Louis and Rondo streets.
W. K. COLLIER,
East Seventh street, corner Sibley.
H. J. M'CALL, 483 Broadway.
. . Ninth and St. Peter.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT,
' 978 East Seventh street.
JOHN BODINE & CO.,
_ ,- SSI Payne avenue.
B. A. TREAT, r , 4-L? Broadway street.
Anybody ont. of iworls In St. Paul or
Minneapolis may insert an adver
tisement under this heading fre«
•of chnrge.' 1; '
A YOUNG MAN of nineteen would like
work of anykind! Address F. J. X., 445
A STRONG boy of nineteen would like to
get work of any kind; willing to work.
—Addjegg_R_Li' 919 Randolph St., city.
COLLECTOR— Want a "position as city
collector; horse and buggy furnished;
best of city references. J. J. M., 742
YOUNG MAN, four years' experience in
watch repairing, wants position; best
references. 33 W. Water street.
STENOGRAPHER—Wants position; any
kind of office work; have had much ex
_P€-rience. J. V. 554 Broadway.
I STENOGRAPHER—First class stenog
j rapher and bookkeeper, college gradu
| ate, wants position. B. S. 554 Broadway.
SITUATION—Wanted by colored man
and wife in family or small hotel; man
can cook, drive, butler or wait; out of
city prefe'i red. V. 46 Glo; .
A STRONG boy of nineteen would like
work of any kind; wi*liner to work. Ad
dress P. S., SS2 Juliet St., St. Paul,
WANTED—PIaces to do painting, paper
hanging and ealsomining by first class
workman; will work cheap. Address V
ELEVATOR boy would like work run
ning passenger elevator; experienced.
Address A. Luhrsen, 515 "West Univer
SITUATION WANTED by "young man of
twenty; high school graduate; office
work preferred. Address Box 91, South
St. Paul, Minn.
STENOGRAPHER— and well
educated young. man would like posi
tion; small salary accepted. Address
"Stenographer," 234 Dale st.
TEAMSTER — A good teamster wants
work in city or country. Address T.
M., People's Express Co., city.
Anybody oat of work la St. Paul or
Minneapolis may Insert an nilver
tl«enifni under tills heading free
of charge, .'■.:': 3
A WOMAN wants washing, houueclean
ing or any kind of work by the day.
Call or address 600 Western ay., up
A WOMAN wants washing, houßeclean
lng or any kind of work by the day.
Call or address. 413 Louis St., city.
GIRL would like place to work for room
and board while, learning a trade. Ad
dress Florence Shaw, 865 Ocean street,
LADY STENOGRAPHER wants a posi
tion. Address 179 St. Anthony avenue.
would like chamber work; hotel by
lake preferred. Address 865 Ocean
street, St. Paul, Minn.
GIRL of seventeen would like work of
some kind; work in book bindery or
store preferred, or would like to learn
to be a waitress in some restaurant
down town. Address 442 Pleasant ay.,
WANTED—A good strong woman wants
day work, washing or ironing or house
cleaning. Onll or addres3, T. W., 542
LADY BOOKKEEPER wishes position.
Can operate typewriter. Address Miss
L. A., room 318, New York Life Build
WANTED—A woman wants day work,
washing or ironing. Call or address,
E. J., No. 512 Cedar street, near old
•RESSMAKER will sew in families for
75 cents a day; gor>d on slilrt waists
and children's clothes. Please address
477 Superior st.
and plain sewing by a neat. quick
seamstress: very reasonable; take work
home. 461 Selby ay., rear 463.
HOUSEKEEPER—Respectable lady, in
telligent and first-class housekeeper,
would like to take charge of widower's
house; no objection to children; refer
ences given.- Address 74 Smith ay. St.
NURSE GIRL—A young lady would like
to be nurse gl-1 in refined family. Call
or address (>l4 Central Park.
Lnt'oml Street Sewer.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., June 10th, 1901.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and
for the corporation of the City of
St. Paul, Minnesota, at their of
fice in said city, until 2 p. m. on the
24th day of June, A. D. 1901, for thu
construction of a sewer on Lafond street
from Avon street to Victoria street, In
said city, according to plans and speci
fications on file In the office of said
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent,
or a certified check on a bank of St.
Paul, in a sum of at least ten (10) per
cent of the gross amount bid, must ac
company each bid. Said check shall
be made payable to the Clerk of said
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
F. O. HAMMER.
Official: C. H. BRONSON,
Clerk Board of Public "Works.
June 12. ISOI-KH.
HELP WANTED —MALES.
WANTED—lnventors and investors, also
traveling and local agents everywhere
to call or write for our excellent offers
and chances to make fortunes. Amer
ican Patent Market. 279 Williams St..
HELP WANTED —FEMALES.
COOK—Wanted, a competent cook. Mrs.
Robbin3, 243 Summit ay.
DINING ROOM GIRL and kitchen girl.
Inquire Flat id, Buckingham.
WANTED—A housekeeper wanted by
widower; good wages; good home; call
_ Thursday, 13th. at 407 St. Peter street.
WANTED—First-class vegetable cook;
also panwasher; permanent places. The
' $15—YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH
' J2O—US. QUICK LOANS ON HOUSE
' $25—HOLD GOODS, PIANOS, ETC.
| $30—WITHOUT REMOVAL FROM
: $35—YOUR RESIDENCE. EASY
$40—WEEKLY PAYMENTS OR
I $45—MONTHLY PAYMENTS. LOWESI
! $75—LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE
! $100—WITHOUT MORTGAGE OR IN
j DORSER. PAYABLE IN EASY IN
STALLMENTS. WE HAVE PRIVATE
INTERVIEWING ROOMS AND CAN
GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE PRIVACY
AND CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT
! FRONT OFFICES, SECOND FI OOr!
i OPEN EVENINGS. WALK UP ONE
i FLIGHT. AMERICAN LOAN CO., ROOM
aOG MANHATTAN BLQ
WE DO WHAT
A BANK WON'T DO
WE ADVANCE money to 'men and
women holding permanent positions on
their own names. No mortgage, in
dorser or publicity. Payments any siza
you wish. Lowest rates; longest time;
easiest terms. If you will make a per
sonhl investigation and not let alluring
advertisements mislead you, you will
be convinced our statements are true.
ST. PAIL. FIN4JVCIAL. CO.
Room SOI. New York Life Building
4% TO 5% PER CENT money to loan on
first-class Improved inside St. Paul
property. The Middlesex Banking Co.,
Pioneer Press Bldg.
6 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan
on improved property in St. Paul an 1
Minneapolis. V. O. Gllman, New York
OLDEST AND BEST.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people;
only security their name; also loans on
furniture, pianos, etc., without removal
from residence. Minnesota Mortgage
Loan Company, 317 Pioneer Press Bldg.
$25,000 FURNITURE— Benefit for the pub
lic; the large wholesale jobbing hous.?
of Donaldson & Langum, of St. An
thony Park, has gone out of the f ir
niture business; we got the stock, con
sisting of $25,000 worth of bedroom
suites, sideboards, combination book
cases, Wiriting desks, dressers, com
modes, buffets, music stands, ward
robes, folding beds, dressing tables,
chiffoniers, library tables, center ta
bles, easy rockers, leather pieces, iron
beds, bedsprings, dining room chairs,
extension tables; this will be the great
est opportunity ever offered to the peo
ple of St. Paul to get big bargains in
furniture; sale opens Friday morning.
June 14, at 10 a. m., in the salesrooms.
419-421 Jackson st.; don't miss it. The
Auction Mart. 419-421 Jackson st. Goods
packed and shipped free for out of town
BARBER SHQP F"OR SALE—Two chairs
used but short time; good locality;
good business; good reason for selling;
is a bargain. Address J. 7. Globe.
PARTNER—Wanted, partner in estab
lished grocery business; 1800 required.
Address V 45, Globe.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—SIO.CO reward for return of pack
age of money left in train at Union de
pot, June 12th, 11 a. m. Address Z SO
NOSE GLASSES LOST—Lady's nose
glasses, gold rim, with gold chain, on
Third, betwieen Wabasha and Seven
Corners. If found please return to M.
H. Goss, 396 Wabasha st.
PURSE LOST—Lady's purse, Wednes
day. June 5, on Sc-lby car, or Victoria
St., between Marshall and Selby, 236
_ North Victoria st.
STRAYED from 630 University st., Ber
nard dog. Finder return and receive
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN Midway
Horse Market, St. Paul. Minn., have
a large assortment of drafters, farm
mares, drivers, delivery horses, sadd.e
horses and mules on hanJ; visit us and
make your selection; part t'me given,
FOR SALE—A two-seated buggy in good
condition. Call or address 41G Cherokee
ONE OF ST. PAUL'S OLD RESIDENT
horseshoers, Joseph Henry, after an ab
sence of some years, has returned, and
taken the position of foreman In the
Eshelman Shoeing Co.'s establishment.
412 Cedar St., where he will be pleased
to welcome any and all of his old time
RAMBLERS—One thousand riders In St.
Paul will vouch for them; second-hand
; wheels $2.00 up; we repair all makes
Bird Cycle Company, 71 and 73 West
GQOD BASS FISHING at PoplaTTake!
Good accommodation at the new resort.
Poplar Lake Park. Will meet trains
at Taylor's Fail, when requested. Dl
rect all mail to box 5e Ht, Crolx Falls.
NEWLY opened first-class manicuring
parlors; lady attendants. 173 West
SOLE PROPRIETOR OF THE GREAT
French Eye Water; the best remedy
known for weak or Inflamed eyes,
granulated or scaly eyelids, etc.: 25
cents per bottle. If your druggist don t
keep it, send direct to F. A. Upham,
111 East Seventh street, St. Paul; sent
by* mall postpaid for 25 centa.
* ADIES! Uss Chlchester'3 English Pennyroyal Pills.
■ li Bout! 3n«e*t! Only Reliable! Tak* a* other.
•■ Buy cf vo»r Dngslati «' «cad ♦<:.. (tenpf, r«r i-.-.rtio
nl*n cud "B^le.^or Ladies," In letter by return vi.ili.
Cbiclieiler Chemical Cu.. i'Laudb., I"*.
'* t>s^ CHIROPODISTS.
LOCKWOOD'S GOOD LUCK SALVE—
Good for all kinds of sore feet, frost,
corns, callouses, dry, hot and scalded
feet, cuts, burns, etc., on sale at all
druggists. All ailments of the feet
treated at ofnee, Endlcott Arcade; es
tablished eighteen years.
jf s^CVHE»SI I tjga Sis a for upfcat«?fc(
* /Jaito6 4*n.\ I dlith%r?ts, tuflaujniaildaj
'Ittri **"**}<** VI irriio-iDu* or u;c«rntJo»»
>£J*vi»a* «• «wiftvs. of nuiconi m«mbr*bM
3*S?W? wiMliß. Paiu'.e's, end uitt&
ijj&ijHtlnH&QitsHM'.ty), «spt »r poiio'puui.
My office Is now in room 420 Ger- !
mania Life building (exactly opposite '
Don't fail to call on me In the mat- ;
ter of Rents, Real Estate, Loans and
E. P. ROBERTS.
- 420 Germania Life Bldg.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT FOUR HOTtiLS NEWLY FURNISH
ed ana papered rooms; all prices, day,
week or month; depot cars pass the I
doors; The Western, 106 East Eighth- i
Imperial Hotel, 16 East Eighth; Yukon I
Hotel, 127 East Eighth; Economy Hotel,
360 Jackson st.; transient trade solicited.
SIXTH ST., 126 WEST-Furnished rooms'
WOODMEN-Pieasant furnished" rooms; !
all conveniences; half block from court
house. 18 West Fourth st.
SINGLE ROOM, all conveniences with
board. 260 "West Sixth.
FOR SALE CHEAP-^JnT^JrinT^g^T
heavy wagon, fe«d cutter and two cul
tivators._i2io E. 7th street.
DO YOU WANT 50 ROOMS-for rooming
» I?nion h Blk." f" lnltUre at half priC^
MRS. WHITE, occultist, 125 West Fou.t:.
tells past, present, future; readings
by mail *T Friday evenln*»: rtadinfs I
OFFICIAL, PUBUIC ATIOX
Ol Ordinances Piuued and Reooln
tlx.n Adopted by the Common
CoDiicil ot the City »i St. Paul.
*d F No. 13788-Ordinance No. 219-
An ordinance to settle the claim of L. P.
The fl Common , CouncU of the City of St.
Paul do ordain a s follows:
That the proposition of L. P Cudworth
to compromise an.l settle his claim
against the City of St. Paul on accoum
mjr^ H, 811818111611 by him on the 7th
day ot February, 19)1, in falling upon an
alleged dangerous and defective sidewalk
on the north aide of Third etreel at
the nofthw.est corner of the intersection
of Pleasant avenue with said Third
street, in the City of St. Paul, as Is more
particularly set forth in his communica-
J" 10 l^ c Common Council, under d;u,>
of March 4, IPOI, upon payment of the
Sum of Fifty-Two pollars and Fifty
Cents ($02.50), Is hereoy accepted, and the
proper city officers are hereby authorize!
and ciirected to draw a warrant upon the
City Treasury in favor of said L p Cud
worth for the said sum of Fifty-1 i
Dollars and Fifty Cents ($52.£0) payable
out of the General Fund, the same tj be
delivered only upon there being filed with
the City Comptroller the receipt of said
claimant therefor, together with a re
lease duly executed by him, in a form
to be approved by the Corporation At
torney, releasing and discharging th..- city
from all claims and demands of every :
kind and nature, and more particularly
on account of the injuries sustained by
said claimant on the day and und i the
circumstances hereinabove mentioned.
This ordinance shall take effect and lv
in force from and a/ter Its passage and
Passed by the Board of Aldermen
June 4, 1901.
Yeas— Dahliiulst, Dobner Holt
Hunt, Knauft, Moriarty, Murphy Ulmer' '
~ FRANK J. IITXBER.
President of the Board of Aldermen.
Passed by the Assembly Jun 6, 1901.
Yeas—Mr. Benson, Craig, Denny, Dlx
Haas, Nelson, Wheeler, Whitconib Mr! |
F. G. WARNEH
President of the Assembly.
Approved June 8, laOl.
R. A. SMTTTI,
Attest: MATT JENSEN j
City Clerk I
June 13-1001 ;
Ed F 13791—Ordinance No. 2191—An ordi- !
nance to settle the claim of Miry Davis j
The Common Council of the City of St !
Paul do ordain as follows:
That the proposition of Mary Davis to
compromise and settle her claim against
the City of St. Paul, on account of in
juries sustained by her on the 27th day
of November, A. D. ISCO, in falling upon
an alleged dangerous and defective side
walk on the northerly side of Williams
street, about one hundred fifty (150) feat
easterly of Mississippi street, in said city, '•
and in front of that certain hous<* j
known as 257 Williams street, as more i
particularly set forth In her communica- i
tion to the Common Council undei date '
of December 27, 1900, upon payment of
the sum of One Hundred Dollars (SI(x)J Is :
her.eby accepted, and the proper city :
officers are hereby authorized and direct
ed to draw a warrant upon the City*'
Treasury in favor of the said Mary Davis, j
for the said sum of One Hundred Dollars i
($100), payable out of the general fund,
the same to be delivered only upon thc-re
being filed with the City Comptroller the
receipt of said claimant therefor to
gether with a release duly executed by
her, in a form to be approved by the i
corporation attorney, releasing and dis- I
charging the city from all claims anl
demands of every kind and nature anl i
more particularly on account of the in- ■
juries sustained by said claimant on tho
day and under the circumstances herein- i
above mentioned, and upon there bein;?
filed with the Clerk of the District Court, ]
in and for the County of Ramsey, a
stipulation dismissing that certain action
entitled Mary Davis vs. The City of St. I
Paul, the summons and complaint of |
. which was served upon the said City of
! St. Paul on the 25th day of February,
This ordinance shall take effect and be
In force from and after its passage and
Passed by the Board of Aldermen, June
Yeas—Aid. Dahlquist, Dobner, Holt,
Hunt. Knauft, Moriarty, Murphy, Ulmer,
FRANK J. HUBER,
President of the Board of Aldermen.
Passed by the Assembly. June <;, I'M. i
Yeas—Mr. Benson, Craig. Denny, Dix, ;
Haas, Nelson, Wheeler, Whitcomb, Mr.
F. G. WARNER.
President of the Assembly.
Approved June 8, 1901.
R. A. SMITH,
Attest: MATT JENSEN,
Bd F No. 18445— Akl. HuTier—
Resolved, That E. T. Murphy be and
he is hereby permitted and authorized
to construct on the city property adjoin
ing the new Library building a one-story
shed, 14x36, the roof and sides to be cov
ered with sheet iron aril to be construct
ed . under the supervision of the Build
Adopted l>y the Board of Aldermen
May 7, 1901.
Adopted by the Assembly, M ty K. 1: 01.
Vetoed by the May r under date of
May 20. ISOI.
Adopted by the Bar 1 of Aldermen,
the Mayor's veto to the contrary not
withstanding, May 21, 1901.
Adopted by the Assembly, the Mayor's
veto to the contrary notwithstanding,
June 6, 1901. ■m.---J- ■-» .;,.,: <*r
■ — • '- FRANK J. HUBER,
President of th* Board of AMermen.
GEO. F. DIX,
President of the Assembly.
F. G. WA-RNER, ;
President of the Assembly.
. • MATT JE'NSEN,
." • City Clerk.
-- _ June 13, 1901.
I'M OX DErOT, SiBLEY STREBT.
Trains Jeave and arrive at St. Paul a*
.electric Liirhted-Oh- Le»»e | Arrir,
•ervation Cars to Port
land. Ore.,Tlaßutte Mtssoula * 9:30 ♦ 220
Spokane, Seattle, Taconia tm pin
Fargo, Jamestown, Boze
man., Helena, Butte, Spokane, * 10:35 * 7:45
beattle, Tacoma, I'urtiaii.l... pm I am
Fargo and Leech Lake '
St.Clond.Litile Falls Brain- + R-30 t 5 -45
ertl, Walker, BamUlJl, Fargo.. T a , ' UT, .„
Dakota & Manitoba
Fer*u? Falls, Wartpeton,
Moorhead, Fargo, Crook
Grand Forlta, Graf ton, win-1 * 8:00* 7:1 5
D'Peg- I pm I am
"DULUTH SHORT LINE"
*£«"•.» DUIXTH& \.?™Z
•iT,!SgS SUPEKIOKj ti||i||
"Daily. tEi. Sunday. ~
TICKET OFFICE cor ob"Tsts
UNION STATION, MILWAUKEE STATION
St. Paul. Minneapolis.
I' " Ic.ST.P.M.fI n'bv i! *— |
Ofllce 352 Robert St. 'I'Uiinv 4SO.
tEx. Sun. +Ex. Sit. | "*
§Ei. Moi-:, Others Dally. LEAVE I ARR:V3
Badger State Express I R 39 -| ,j 4 ~
Chicago. Mil., Madison.. .. J £ \ ,m
Chicago -Atlantl: Ex." 11.10 pm'll.lS am
Chicago Fast Mail ' 6.55 urn 833 a^n
Limited. V 8.10 7.45
Chicago, Mi!., Madison. ... M pm a-n
Wit eiu, F. dv Lac, Crean Bay 6.55 pm' S3O am
Manitowoc, Sheboygan 'j 6.55 arr. 5 7.45 am
Euluth. Superior, Ashland.... t8.50 am t4 45 om
Twilight Limited. I 4.25 | 9.59
Duluth, Superior, Ashland.. f pm pm
Msr.kato, St. Jsmes, Su. City. ' 7.40 am M 15 pm
Deadwcod. lilack ri.Hs .... \\ 7.40 am| 725 am
E:mcre, Algona, Dcs Moina3.. 7.40 ;m t 7.3S pra
Omaha Expr.-s*. I 10 00.7.35
Su. City, Omaha. Kan. City f ; am pm
St. Jjmes, Nsw Ulm, Tracy.. 10.00 am' 7 35 pm
New Uim, Elmoro t4.50 +10.05ara
Fairmont, St. Jim 3... .. t4.50 cm tlO.Osi.ti
Omaha l.imltaJ. \ 8.30 7.25
Su. City. Omaha, Kan. City J | pm am
St, Paul Ry,
■ '■:»<s"^7*»**'^'- »^—.^T-i
[^ LINE |
Ticket Office ifts Robert «;tr f -t. 'PriD.-n 11.
Leave. * Daily. t Ex. Sunday. Arrl/i.
•8-30 am Chlcaso. Lax, Mllwauicej ... I*lo 1 sTtT
•3:35 pm Chicago. Lax, Mllwaukss ... 1 1:53 i •>
i •6:55 p m Chicago, LaxMilwaults* ... *2:53 pa
*B:°m ctiican Ptef miiih 9
•3S5;r. Chlcajo. Farlbo, Dubuqu*.. '10:41 i i
i 3:35 pm HastJnes, Red W g, Roch'ter't 11:50 i ti
16:30 mLa Cross, Dubuq'e, Rk I3l'ni 1 10:15 j n
*6:Coam Northf!«ld Faribo, Kan. City "6'OS t
; t6:20 a rr. OrtonvUl«, Millbank. Aberti'n t6-33 .ji
I •6:50 p m Ortonvllb, Abordoan. Far^-, '7:35 i 1
j t7:20 p m NjrthfielJ Faribo. A'.istin... 1^:33 »ra
Ticket Office-'J32 Robert St Cor. Fourtii.
'Ph.-ne Main 858.
Leave. | *Daily. t!£x_g^n._ ?Suri only ; Arrive?"
| tß:3osm!St. Ciouc!, FerguslFalls, Fargo! 15:40pm
tß:3oai r^.Willmar,^ via St.' Cloud. ... ts:4opn
j •9:ooam Flyer Mont. e'id Pacific Coast »2:3opm
j t9 . IC |...(Wi::mar. S. F., Yankton).. ,- -
-j t9-ICaiT'if.S;oux Cit/ _ Brown . g valley); lj-35?m
, t4:4spmiElk River, M. ard Ssndftone tlO:OOarr*
j ts:4si.m| ..Wayrataand Hutchlnson. ..| t9:2ss:n
; »7:ospn i ßrock.. Farp-,, G. F. Wlnn!poc: *7:4saTt
I *8:3C' --•-■ ■••M'r''i-a"-'D^- Exu 1 «7:3oam
KASTEIIJS MIXXESOTA RAILWAY.
ij^lg^uluth and W,rt;&jyl3^ ■ | Ig^gg
Sleeper tor 11:10 p. m. trala can ba cccuplei it
I any tlrr.e iftsr 9 p. m.
Lake Mlnnotonka Tritns Leav? St. Fau! *!'3S
p. m., t8:50 s. m., 14:45 p. m.. 15:45 p. m.. f): I 5
a. m , a 9:00 p. m.. fc 10:10 :■. m. Returning. Leav»
| Spring Park »l-30 p. m., *5:00 p. m., t7:25a. m.,
j tß:2oa. m., tß:3oa. m.,a5.00 p. m., blO:3O p. m.
j aex Saturday h Saturday only.
EEiiT LINE TO
Lv. Fcr_j HTA'flbyg [ jr. From
8.05 am Winonn, LaCrosr-e, Dubaquel
I it;; Chicago, except Sunday : 12.45 pm
8.05 am Wlnoan,'Xia Crosse, Dubufjue
r.ml Bt. .except Hunday
8.05 piu Winona, LaOrosse, T)ubuqiii\
_[ Chicago and Pt. Lonid, daily 7.45 am
Ticket Office, 400 Robert St. Tel. Main M
! Chicago GREATVVESTERi W.
: "The Maple Leaf Route."
j Cl« 3 TlckeUMfJce, sth & Robert Sts., st.Paul.
! _£)£» '. Hnaday; othem dal)y."t| LUVE fQH [AHRJVt FRO3J
! Ktnyori, Dodja Center. Oa!- , 8.10 amTO.OOpm
wain. Du.uqus, Frest-ort. ! B.!opm 7.50 am
j *- Chlcjgo and Easr._ 11.20 pm! 12.50 ?rg
i Cedar Fills, Wa:-sr.co. Mar- 10.30 am 7.25 p^i
chalitcwn, Dt>3 Moinej, Zt. c. 10 pm 7.50
_jos«£h, Kansas Cliy. , 1.20 pm 1 i 2.50 pin
i Cannon Falis, Re i Wir | B.loam 110.00pm
1 Northfleld, Fsrlbiult. V/a- fc.ospm 9.50 a.-n
! tarvllia, Mankato. | j
I Mantorvllla Local. I 6.05, m! v.50 am
| ]|f M., ST. P. & S. S. M. E'Y. }"gf
; City Tickot Office, 379 Robert St. Tel. 1051.
Union Depot, St. Paul.
j Leav< | EAST. j Arrive.
7:2opm .Atlantic Limited"[(laTiyTTrSTj^m
| B:2oam Rhinelander LocaKexSun)i 5:35pm
j s:£p7h St. Croix Falls Local, ex
mday, From Broadway
Depot, fool Fourth St D:2sam
6:oopm Imperial Limited (Pacific
< loast dally. !):50am
B:2oam,Dakota Express (ex Sun)| 5:35pm,
Minneapolis & St. Louis RR
Offl£e._39B Robert. _ 'P'nor.a 661. Et. Lou!3 Da; 3£
Leava | *Dil'y • Suniay |_Arriv»
'8:0°! owaha *3s 3°
'Albert Lea, C«dar Rs^lii Ch!-'
j 19:00 cago, Kansas City t7:3oprn
•7:00 pm -Chicago & St. Lou'.s Limitsd.. «3:40
Watartown, Naw Ulm, • St.
James, Sherburna, Eethsrvlli*
18:45 am ..and Storm Lake 16:02p.-a
New U.m Local — Jamas, !
•5:00 pm .. .Sherbur.-.e an: Esthorvllla. . *I 0:1 sirr»
WISCONSIN "" CENTRAL R'Y CO.
City Offlct-. 37^ Robert St. 'Phonti So. iJi.
Btep Vau,! All Train, Dally. f^"^
lE^iu Claire, Chip. Faiis.i
Milwaukee and Chlcagol B:lsara
Uablaod, Chlppewa F'ls.i
T:4opin;.O 3 ah. Mil, anil Chi. trOOPCi
Will leave St. Paul for St. Louis and ln«
MONDAY, JUNE 17, AT 4 P. M.
Special Excursion Rate—St. Paul to
St. Loulg and return, including meals
Tickets good, to return until
For full Information regaru..
ger and freight ratea address lIAHKIf
CLARK, Gen'l Agt., offlca foot of
street, opposite Union Depot, St. Paul,
Telephone Call. Main 83.