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NEW LUMBER AND
COAL RATES WILL
ROLE ON SEPT. 10
State Railroad and Warehouse
Commission Holds a Secret
Conference With Representa
tives of the Railroads Oper
ating in Minnesota—at Which
Reduction Is Agreed Opon.
New coal and lumber rates will go
into effect through Minnesota on or
before Sept. 10. The new rates will
be those agreed upon by the railroad
and warehouse "commissioners yester
doy, and just what reduction will be
made cannot yet be determined, as
full information regarding yesterday's
conference cannot be obtained.
The state railroad and warehouse
commission yesterday spent all day 111
executive session wi\ representatives
of the railroads operating in Minne
sota, going over the rates checked in
by the roads in accordance with the re
duction of 10 per cent in coal rates,
and 15 per cent in lumber rates, or
dered by the commission June 26.
There were many apparent discrep
ancies between the rates as checked in
by the roads, and the reduction, as
ordered by the commission, and the
rends, in some cases, desired a modi
fication of the ordered reduction. It
was to clear up these and other mooted
points, and to fix a time for putting
the new rates into effect that the final
conference was held yesterday.
This is the first time that the com
mission has held a hearing of this kind
behind closed doors, and just what
subjects came up for discussion, and
what settlements were made, the pub
lic will • probably never know. The
railroads, it is stated, are satisfied,
and the rates as modified and agreed
upon yesterday will be in effect by
Commissioner C. F. Staples, after the
conference was ended, gave out a care
fully prepared interview in behalf of
the commissioners. No other infor-
mation, except that the rates as agreed
upon yesterday would go into effect on
or before Sept. 10, was given out. Mr.
Staples' interview reads:
"At a meeting held at the office of
the commission at which all the roads'
were represented, certain points where
in the rate rates as checked in by the
roads under the agreement, seemed not
in accord with the understanding of
the commission were the subject of
"At several points in the southeast
ern portion of the state no rates had
been put in from Duluth on coal, main
ly for the reason that no rates are in
at the present time. The roads con
sented to put in ratgs at points asked
"Some difference of opinion had aris
en as to whether the 15 per cent re
duction on lumber to the northwestern
part of the state applied from Duluth
direct or from Minneapolis, and then
to add the differential. This point was
settled by the commission by ruling the
order to mean that the reduction should
apply from Minneapolis as the basic
point in all cases, the present differen
tials to be added."
Just what effect the ruling of the
commission with regard to frs reduc
tion of 15 per cent on lumber rates will
have could not be ascertained last
night. It apparently limits the reduc
tion to the haul out of Minneapolis,
and makes the reduction less exten
sive than at first anticipated.
The reduction of 15 per cent in lum
ber rates and 10 per cent in coa) rates,
except for the haul from Duluth to
the Twin Cities, and a few other in
stances where no reduction was made,
was ordered June 26.
The roads began the work of check
ing in the rates, and found thajt the
territory affected by the reduction or
dered was much greater than at first
anticipated and extended far into
neighboring states. Especially ■ was
this so in coal rates of roads operating
in Southern Minnesota, where there
were also rates" in effect from Milwau
kee, Chicago and other lower lake
ports, and from Illinois and lowa
The apparent reduction was so great
that for a time the work of checking in
rate was abandoned, and it looked as
if the matter would be fought out In
the courts. At last rates were check
ed in which it was believed reduced to
a minimum the territory affected, and
tariffs were filed with the commission,
and it was reported that requests for
a modification of the order in some
cases would be made.
The commission yesterday undoubt
ly went over the situation with the
representatives of the roads, and ap
parently reached some common ground
agreeable to the railroads.
The general investigation of coal and
lumber rates was undertaken this
spring, as a result of a complaint
made by a Litchfield dealer. The com
mission found that no reduction in
Litchfield rates could be made without
affecting a large part of the state, and
deemed the matter worthy of a thor
CUTS RATE TO CHICAGO.
Wisconsin Central Announces Round-
Trip Rate of $8 on Special Train.
An $8 round-trip rate to Chicago has
been made by the Wisconsin Central,
in connection with its $32-round-trip
rate to New York on account of the
national convention of Eagles. The
rate will be effective only for the spe
cial train leaving the Twin Cities the
night of Aug. 27. The return limit will
be Sept. 16.
Apparently no other road will meet
this rate. The Great Western yester
day announced a round-trip rate of
$33.60 to New York, via Montreal, and
a rate of $41.60 to Boston and return.
The Soo line has not announced
what action it will take, but is expect
ed to cut below the Wisconsin Central.
OPPOSING GRAND TRUNK.
Borden Shows How His Party Stands
on Pacific Proposition.
OTTAWA, Ont, Aug. 18.— R. L. Bor
den, leader of the opposition in the
house, made a speech today, in which
he announced the policy of his party on'
the opposition to the Grand Trunk Pa
cific proposition. Mr. Borden said that
he favored the extension of the Inter
national to Georgian bay, and the pur
chase of the Canadian Pacific north of
Lake Superior by the government, over
which all railways would have running
rights, and the government line to have
running rights over the Canadian Pa
cific to -Winnipeg. He was favorable
to the Grand Trunk getting government
assistance to reach Edmonton, and
from that point there should be only
one road to the Pacific coast. He also
favored improvements of the water-
ways and the better equipment of Mon
treal and maritime ports.
Discuss Mileage Booßs.
CHICAGO, Aug. 18. —The Western
lines held a special meeting in Chicago
today to discuss rules governing the
adoption of the 2,000 mileage book,
good on trains. It is understood the
matter has been referred to the ex
J. W. Sayre, the Seattle newspaper
man endeavoring to make a record trip
around the globe, left St. Paul on the
Northern Pacific Sunday night and is
due to arrive at Seattle Wednesday noon,
beating the worlds record for circling
the globe by three days and five hours.
He had intended to catch the Great North
ern Flyer, which left St. Paul Sunday
morning, and which would have landed
him in Seattle Tuesday night, but evi
dently missed connections.
U. S G. Hough, traveling passenger
agent of the West Shore, with headquar
ters at Chicago, was in St. Paul yester
day. He reports-travel unusually heavy
this year, and says the Eastern lines
are maintaining their rates. St. Paul,
he says, is an extremely good traffic
point, and use about 200 tickets to
New York each month.
The Northern Pacific has got out an
attractive circular telling of its special
personally conducted excursion to Yellow
stone Park Sept. 3. The travel to Yel
lowstone Park has been very heavy this
year. A party of seventy from Indian
apolis, conducted by John E. Turner, dis
trict passenger agent at Indianapolis, wi.l
reach St. Paul this morning. The day will
be spent in the Twin Cities, with head
quarters at the Hotel Ryan, and the party
will go West and proceed to the. Yellow
stone Park over, the Northern Pacific
tonight. A Raymond-Whitcomb excur
sion party bound for the Yellowstone, will
also reach the Twin Cities today and go
RAIN CHECKS HARVEST.
Presents the Conditions In
Minnesota and the Dakotas.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 18.—The
weather bureau's weekly summary of crop
conditions says: This is the third con
secutive week of abnormally cool weather
in the northern, district east of the Kocky
mountains, where warmth is greatly
needed for maturing crops. More favor
able temperature conditions have pre
vailed in the Southern states. A large
part of the Missouri and portions of the
upper Mississippi and Red River of the
North valleys have suffered from exces
sive moisture, while drought prevails in
the central and upper portions of the Ohio
valley, central and southern Texas and in
portions of Florida and Oklahoma. Rain
is also needed on the Pacific coast, where
favorable temperature prevailed, but in
California rain has been rather cool for
fruit in drying.
Throughout the northern and eastern
portions of the corn belt the weather has
been too cool for maturing corn, which is
unusually late. The crop has, however,
generally improved, especially in the cen
tral and western districts, the outlook
being very promising in Kansas, where
early corn is about made in the southern
part of the state: In the northwestern
portion of the corn belt, including Ne
braska, lowa. Wisconsin and portions of
Missouri and Illinois, there is need for
warmth and for the most part sunshine.
Without these conditions during the nexf
four weeks, and unusually late frosts,
much of the crop will fail to mature.
Rains have further checked the prog
ress of the spring wheat harvest in the
Dakotas and Minnesota, but this work is
nearly completed in the- southern portion
of the spring wheat region. Threshing
has commenced, but rains have prevented
rapid progress and some injury to grain
in shock is xeported. In the central and
northern Rocky mountain and north Pa
cific coast districts spring wheat harvest
has progressed under favorable conditions.
The general outlook for apples is not
promising, especially in the central val
leys, where dropping is extensively re
ported. More favorable reports are re
ceived from portions of the middle At
lantic states, lowa and Southern Kansas.
BOSTON, Mass., Aug. 18.—A report on
the world's apple crop of 1903 has just
been issued by the Boston chamber of
commerce. It shows Great Britain short
of all fruits, notably apples. Europe is
generally short. New England, in the ag
gregate will have a very generous crop,
Maine's" almost equalling that of last
year's. New York state reports plenty of
apples, the middle west only fair, the far
west very heavy. Virginia has a very
large crop and Nova Scotia exceptionally
heavy. Canada also promises quite a
heavy yield. The quality average is ex-,
cellent, except in some sections.
WATER IS PRECIOUS
Kansas Amends Its Bill Against the
State of Colorado.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 18.—
The amended bill of the state of Kan
sas in the case instituted by that state
against the I state of Colorado to .re
strain the latter state in the use of the
water of the Arkansas river for irriga
tion purposes, ■ was § filed today in the
United States supreme ■•": court.' .The
amended bill makes seventeen of the
leading irrigation.companies which se
cure water from the Arkansas i parties
to the suit, whereas in r the original bill
the state of Colorado was the ■ only : de
fendant. |It■ is alleged) that ■ the .entire
flow of water in the Arkansas has been
appropriated and by.; corporations ■ or
ganized under the authority of the
state. ' - ■ ."" ■ ■■'■.' '. :.,■■ ■"■'. ■ ■ '■.':'• -I:
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WAGES TO MEET THE
7 HIGHER COST OF LIVING
Chicago Employers Will Increase Pay
and Test Solution of Trouble.
CHICAGO, Aug. 18.—After receiving
a report from experts concerning the
price of commodities in districts, where
the organized workingmen-of the city
live, the Employers' association -:: has
discovered that the cost of living has
increased' 15 per cent during the last
five years, and has decided that wages
should be increased in .likei ratio. In
many cases: the increase ' already has
been granted; in future cases this will
be the basis of wage raises. ;
For more than a decade the employ
ers throughout, the country have been
trying to find an equitable standard by
which wages may be adjusted, and the
Chicago association intends to test the
solution it has found.
PROSPEROUS LUMBERMAN ; ■
IS ACCUSED OF CRIME
■ ' - i - -'•": ■■ -' ' ■• ■"'•*"..—
Arrested for Alleged Murder.. Com- 1
! mitted Twenty-Eight Years Ago.
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind., Aug. 18.
James L. Meyers, who came; to Darl
ington, • near here, to ■ attend a family
reunion,' was arrested last night for an
alleged .; murder r:: committed u : i twenty
eight years:ago. Meyers, it is charged,
killed Brant Sloan in a quarrel. v He is
now a prosperous lumberman of Ten
nessee. He says he will prove he killed
Sloan in self-defense. .; / ■. -=; -
Cpnsents to St. Lawrence Dam.
WASHINGTON, D. :C, Aug. 18."—The'
secretary of war i has approved the appli
cation for a permit for the construction of
a dam >in : the ■- St. : Lawrence j river Vat■ Le
Gelops: island, which |is I being built ,by the
Canadian ~ government on s condition that
chauges shall be made in case the level of
the ; St. Lawrence |is affected by . construc
tion of ; the dam. Ci; Congress granted au
thority for the dam subject to the ap
proval of the * secretary of war. ■•;; .■- -s
Eagles to Meet Next Month. V
:S- NEW YORK. Aug. , 18.—The annual na
tional | convention jj of n: the Fraternal r Order
of Eagles will -be i; held ;; at Tammany hall
:.the r first five days Of- next month. ;:'~i^
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THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, 1903;
}: Of the v Board .'--; of .: School -"„' Inspectors. .
Published in The St. Paul Globe, Aug.
-;"'■ •■■ ■-■;-: '; ;VSt.' Paul, Aug. '12, :1903.,
St. Paul, Aug. 12, 1903.
;; Special meeting -of the [ St. Paul Board
of School Inspectors.-. Meeting called to
order $by ;\, President Holman. '"■■'-' !.
.-- Present—lnspectors• Egan, Fry, Fisher,
Rogers,"? Savard, ~ Mr. President—6. '. -
._? Minutes ," as ;■'. published »'.<; of tt- preceding
meeting Aug. 5 adopted. ./■".■'"'■' ■ ■ ">;'■
/'.- --.-.-"'.' Communications. _... .... ":~'--' .-*
From the; St. Paul " Commercial Club
for.the members of the r Woman's "; Civic
League asking, the Board ~to,; put play
grounds in shape for the children of the
| schools«and!. in ■; response - thereto: the", mat
; ter . was ; referred •. to the 'a Superintendent
of -ißuildings," with iauthority >■. to -■, furnish
' labor" to put the grounds; in shape. .
-•r Adopted. ;..'■-*"; ' : "—„■;'•-.
—Inspectors Egan. Fry, * Fisher,
Rogers, ; Savard, Mr. President —6. i . :
Nays— o. ■-:•...-:- ■' ■':-•■' -; ; • ~'-% -.-;.
* From A. Black Co. placed on-file,, and
the' Superintendent* of Buildingsi.instruct
ed to see: Mr. Black;and. urge the neces
sity of . putting more men to - work on
building and ' rush.-. to completion before
school opening. -\ -.. -'■■-.• ■.■;■'..:
-Adopted. •_■;'/ .- . ■.■''-"; ■. , .:■■:-".:,.';
From Helen M. Evans : asking for an
increase of rent for the ;annex to the
•Hancock 1 school- to. $25 per month. Re-"
quest •< refused, ; the ' Superintendent ;-' of
Buildings instructed to see' the 7 party in
regard -to the matter. " „..
Adopted. .■""; ""•- >i£r
'-"-• From citizens of - First ward, presented
by Mr. Lindahl, asking that -the present
system, of heating and plumbing of the
Harrison school be changed and some other,
system more healthful to the pupils be sub
stituted. On -motion of Inspector Savard,
seconded by . Mr. Fisher, that Mr. Her
man ~Kretz,~--architect, ; be ■ authorized: to
prepare "plans-and specifications for the
plumbing of above school. - _. /-■.
-.-■ Adopted. .; .i '-.; - ' . ;;: ■.''. ■
: Yeas—lnspectors " Egan, Fry, Rogers,
Savard. Mr. President—6.
Resolutions. ;. v . :
On - motion of Mr. Fisher,. seconded by
Mr. Egan, that the: matter of renting
•pianos for the ensuing school year be re
referred to the | Superintendent •of Schools
for investigation. •
Adopted. ,- ■
; Yeas—lnspectors Egan. Fry. Fisher,
Rogers, Savard, Mr. President—6.
, - Nays—o. ;...- -. - "•. . .. '-
: .'i. " Audited Claims.
The following claims having been au
dited by the respective,committees, were
submitted and allowed: .
-* Accommodation Account.
393. ; Tim Reardon :..'... - $199 99
394. .Roberts-Goss C 0:...;....."-!; 500:00]
■;;-'. : y; % Fuel. -.' -.; -•"■;■ ■■'■ :^\
395. Holmes & MacCaughey .... 611.59
396. Board of Water Commission
■ ers ■ 67-93
111- /Brown. Treacy & 5 Sperry'co. - 32!95
398- W. J. Dyer & 8r0.:.:.:...... 438.50
399. W. H. Elsinger &.C0........ 7 8(5
400. Field, Schliek & Co .... .r..' 6 05
401. |E. S. Ferry 4400
402. Globe Co .r. ..... ; ::v.V ■ 13116
403. N. Miller & C0..:.....:...M 3185
404. 1 N. W. Telephone Ex. Co .'.....- 45.70
405. People's Ice Co .. 1.:....-. 8.75
406. . Pioneer . Press C0........r~. 103.70
40i. St. Paul Gas Light C 0.......... 39 OS
408. H. E. Wedelstaedt ..... .:'.: . 6 75 :
409. Wright, Barrett & Stilwell Co. 2.30
Repairs. '. ' ". .'■]
410. Abbott Mfg.-C0......... -6 45
aVo L L Blood &Co ....:.:.... ;45:i8;
412. Bohrer Sanitation C 0.:......... 53.50
413. Capital City Sanitation Co. .. 35 50
414..:. Church of Our Father........ 39.05
415. Crane & Ordway Co ;........: 540 37
416. W.R. Drew .; 12 50
417. Helen M. Evans ".......;.; 20 00
418. ... E. S. Ferry ......:......:. ...., 308.64
.419. J. C. Fitzsimons ; ;/.:. /. :45 00 :
420.. Hackett. : J Walther, ."Gates £ i
Hardware Co .....:'.......; 15.91
421.;' Jefferson .& . Kasson ....:...... 1.68
422. John Martin Lumber C 0."...:;. 60:63
423. Minnesota - Stone: C 0.........." 159.00
424. C. W. Moore,. Agent ;......;. 40.00
425. N. W. Investment-CoT.. . 18.00 ;
426. Noyes Bros. & Cut1er....... •> 2.43
427. People's Sanitation C 0......-..": 43.50
428. Olivia C. Peterson ........... 8.00
429. Ramsey Co.. Sanitation C 0.:... 17.60
430. W. C. Read Supt .....:.... 176:00
431. Robinson & Carey C 0.,.:.;.. 16:92
432. St. Paul Foundry Co ...- 6.69
433. St. Paul Lime and Cement Co. \ 2.67
. 434. ; St. '■- Paul Sanitation Co ...... 30.00
435. S. P. Spates & Co .;.... .... ;-: 4.80
436. Standard Oil. Co :............ 80
437., Twin City Brick C 0.;.. - 30.00
438. Twin City Varnish, C 0........ 57.50
439. ■ E. M. & H. F. Ware...-.:. 25.00
440. Western Supply Co ......... 22.72
441. James A. Young & Sons .. .72
442. Geo. V. Durand ....:.. —...... 73.20
Adopted. ■"■;■ .r -....■•'. : ■-'.-'; :
-Yeas—lnspectors Egan. Fry.: Fisher,
Rogers. Savard,' Mr. President—6.
Nays—o. : . :: ■ ■'--■; ■ ■ ; . ;. .-:~ ■'•-
There being no further business meet
ing on motion adjourned. VJ-. - •
E. HOLMAN. ' ■'
■ . ■ ' President. .
.'-E.. McNAMEE. .■-:■'
NEW CAPITOL FOR THE STATE OF
Proposals to Purchase Certificates of ':In-
. / - „ debtedness. \
Sealed. proposals, in duplicate, will be
received at the office of the Board of
State Capitol Commissioners. No. 512 En
dicott building, St. Paul. \ Minnesota, at
any time - prior; to ;12 - o'clock noon, f Sep
tember 3d, 1903, for ' the purchase of cer
tificates of indebtedness to amount of
$300,000.00, to be dated and issued- Sep
tember Ist, 1903. maturing. $100,000.00
July Ist. 1918. : $100,000.00 ; July . Ist, 1919,
and $100,000.00 July Ist, 1920, bearing
interest at rate lof 3 per cent per annum, i
payable semi-annually. .;.:-■".. ,-' . . -
- The right; is ' reserved; to ! reject any and
all bids and.to. waive any defect' or in
formality .in any • bid. if ■" it Ibe deemed; in
the; interest ■of the . state ;to do so. .. Pro
posals I received after- the time stated will
be . returned to ; the bidders. • '-.-• Proposals
must be inclosed in envelopes, sealed: and
marked "Proposals for.: the ' purchase of
certificates '^ ofr indebtedness" ': and ad
dressed to the Board of : State Capitol
Commissioners.". - . . . -
- For the Board of State Capitol Com
missioners. • ■ . -• :
CHANNING : SEABURY, :
r Vice President. '
St. Paul, August 19th, 1903.
CONTRACT WORK. : v
Sewer on Fifth : Street from Broadway :to
Klttson Street. . |
Office of the Board of Public Works, :
- City of: St.: Paul, Minn., Aug. 13, ■ 1903.
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
office ■in said city, until 2 p.; m. on the
24th day of August. A. D. 1903, for the
construction of r^a-sewer on East Fifth
street from Broadway to Kittson street in
said city, according to plans and specifica
tions ;on file I in.the office of said Board.
• 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 t St. ? Paul,
in a sum of at least ten (10) per cent of
! the - gross amount *, bid, must a accompany
each bid. t: Said check shall be made pay
able to: the Clerk of said Board. v
The ■ said ' 6 Board reserves - the i right to
reject ■'any: and all ■" bids. • --. " ■
:;.;;; JOHN GRODE,
- s'--v ■'■'/•" President. ::
Official: R. L. GORMAN, - .: .
Clerk Board of Public Works.
r >■:: - Aug. 14-1903-10t. ;^ : . -
School District Bonds for Sale.
Sealed bids will be received by School
District Number Eighteen (18), McLeod
county, at the office of the clerk of said
district at Plato, Minnesota, until 7:00
o'clock p. m , on the 31st day of August
A. D. 1903, for the purchase of the
bonds of said district to the amount of
$4,600, bearing interest at the rate of 5
per cent per annum, as follows: $600,
payable July 1, 1904; $1,000, payable July
1, 1905; $1,000 payable July I, 1906; $1,000
payable July 1, 1907; 1,000, payable July l,
1908. Address all bids to
Clerk, «chooi District No. 18, Plato, Min
Where Waht* Can Be Left,
lor $us#*tioi* '.in
At the lute of 1 Cent, per
Word. Wo^Fnsertiom Ac
cepted Less-than 20 Cent.3.
: Personal. : ClaU*6j^ita..i Fortune ": Teller
" end MedieaT Classifications. 3:~ ■■'>.
Two Cent* Pep Word
No Insertion accepted less than 25 cent*;
WANT COLUMN BRANCH OFFICES:
CONGER : BROS.. Druggists. Selby i ave
nue, corner St. Albans; 409 = Selby
>. •■-:--; avenue and 349 University avenue. V;
CAMPBELL BROS.. Selby and Victoria.
8. .H. 5 REEVES,! Druggist, r Seven! Corners. j
L. J. ABERWALD, Druggist, cor. Rica
: ■ and" Iglehart. i-'-.z'iz •:-/.»•>>:., -_•----r^^
STRAIGHT BROS.. I-, Druggists. . r Rondo
--r s> and - Grotto: streets.': *-,- -■; "" .
SEVER WESTBY? Druggist. Maria aye- -
■■■■■■ .--. nue and East Third t street. :.i~-'^--\
,W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists, Selby
■■'■- and Western avenues. :' -. ■!*■■; -*
WALTER ■ NELSON, Druggist, University j
• ■'■.:•■ avenue and Rice street. ■■■'-'-■\2'it^f->
REITZKE :: &:- CO., Druggists, Selby and
Western avenues. •■•■"•" "*c"'l *-:'■"■'.„«'
A. & G SCHUMACHER. Druggists, 490
- West ;Seventh street. - ' - "
J.W. NELSON. Dale and '.University.
C. T. HELLER. Colonnade.": St Peter ana
vr-- £-■ ■ Ten streets. °"'- '"." '*" "' ",
C. . P. RUTHERFORD." ;St- Peter f, and
Fourth streets. ' «,^-. ;
J. IP. , JELLINEK &" CO., 961 West \ Sev
: enth street.
W. K. COLLIER,, East Seventh r street
*■"-'■--■_ corner Sibtey.- :• ~>~~ ■'• -- '■'-'" "•"'
A. A. CAMPBEIJL/,; Louis • and Rondo
streets. ■•* '; *
H. L. M'CALL. 481 Broadway. / "
DREIS PHARM!ACtT corner ■: Ninth and
St. Peter streets.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 973
■'■-- East Seventh "street. 7 ~ ''"„"!
H. W. DICKMAN. \ Druggist. 830 East
■ Seventh street, corner Beech. _.
JOHN BODIN & CO., - 881 Payne avenue.
B. A. TREAT. 442 Broadway. -
P. ; H. MIDDENTS. 472 Wabasha.
M. S. COURTNEY 478 Wabasha.
W. E. : LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist,
" corner Twelfth and Robert streets.'
J. A. BATTO, Druggist, 309 Jackron
-■'-:.-. street. ■.. •;o.^;; ;~- ■.-^■- :.-- --• ::'■■■-'■ :
A. H. SONNEN Druggist. 574 Rice street
L. H. LUEDERS. ■- Pharmacist, 879 Rice
.-"- street.>• iOar.r.^ . .. •. --■-;•■ r-■?:-•-.■
WALTER. NELSON. 1 Druggist, . 284 Rice,
_j_- corner Summit. , • - - ' r ;-
WALTER I NELSON, Druggist, 896 Rice
:■"•■■•-■ street. ;--o^-r■•-.-•-.:•- -■.-• v-."-- ;
DR. MARKS. Pharmacy, 118 S. Wabasha.
HALL & KRAFT Druggists. 428 S.-Wa
-" basha.•-■.,• ■•-.■•;-: - -:. . sv
HANS MADSON. Druerprist, 176 Concord.
ECLIPSE DRUG STORE, 113 S. Robert.
G. IA. WOLFRUM. Druggist. 572 : - Kent
D. C. KISSEL. - Druggist, 561 : Thomas.
S. : LUEDERS. Druggist, Front and Gaul
-■-■/."- tier streets. •• ~~ •' ■-.",.:--■■' .^
A. L. WOOLSHT. ■ Druggist, 391 N. Prior. \
F. A. HOLCOMB.' Druggist. 954 Payne.
A. A. CAMPBELL. Druggist. 235 Rondo.
CENTRAL PHARMACY. Tenth and Wa
'■■-.'- basha. . - .... '■"
EDMUND .J. FUCHS, Druggist, ; 78S " East
.... : Seventh. -;~ :': -•-v/ ..-.,. -.: .
E. E. KEIPER, Druggist.' 450 South Rob
.-<•.;■ :-ert.v--,--;. :;.:•'-, -v-J:.;.-.- s&i &&%?• ■'-
G. F. UMLAND.'Druggist. 441 University
" ■; ' • avenue. , ■■- .-;-- ■.;•-• • '.'..-:.• ;- ■-■.'.'••>;.
; GOLD, SILVER OR GREENBACKS.
* Are you in'need of them? Thirty years'
record and the largest clientage enable 'us
to : give best rates. •.-..'■■ r; ■'"" -- v- .... ■•.:
Loans to salaried people without mort
gage or - indorser. Only security your
names. i .;'*.. '-> Jj*. ■■ fi .r ;. ■ -.-'j ■'■ . ;; :-» ■
Others on household pianos, etc.,
without removal from your possession. \r s
%: Allvloans-can be paid back in install
ments :to suit borrower. an<j every pay
ment will lessen cost of loan. .- ■', /.
: Every | interview, and - transatclon * confi
dential. Open 9. a.'m. to 6p. m.. including
noon hour. Minnesota: Morterago Loan
Co.. 316-317 Pioneer Press Bldg. - f } V
WE HAVE unlimited Eastern 'money to
loan on improved St. Paul- property In
any amounts at : from 4% to 6 per cent;
prompt replies to all applications. : Jef
: ferson & Farrell. 402 Globe Bldg. •
"Headquarters" for Salary I o?na..
EVERY man or woman in St.- Paul getting
a salary call and get our money on
your plain note, without publicity, mort
• gage or indorser..-; Furniture loans.
■-. Goods remain in your possession. You
I pet the full samount of loan without any
deduction. We'aim to please. St. Paul
. Financial Co.. Room 301 New York Life.
Bldg. . Get off elevator at third floor: ~
5 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on
improved property in St. Paul and Mm;
-; neapolis. V.' C Gilman, Germania Life
Bldg. ' -.■■■■■> tVi ■' ■■■■. - ■■■■■- --■ ■■--■:- -
V 1 : SALESMEN. v
WE WANT a j reliable ' stock ; salesman for
. the best. proposition '■. on earth; ; commis
•■•": sion only. Address Mexican - Mutual
i Mahogany & Rubber Co., 762-766 Spitz
-: er Bldg., Toledo. Ohio. ' . : - r .
LOST AND : FOUND.
LOST—Green silk-umbrella; left jin - State
. Bank of St. } Paul, gUniversity and Wa- .
basha, Tuesday "morning.' Finder re
. ■ turn same -to Fifth and "-.-Washington
sts.. • Mrs. Hanson, and receive reward
>--.of :$3.-:-:--:v~^•■•.:--r •-/:.. - "■■ -■•.- ••...;---. -^:.-•--
POCKETBOOK LOST—Pocketbook con
taining ■ checks ■ , and - cash;. - lost ; on
' grounds at lake shore. White Bear lake,
Sunday:.' evening. Finder ; please return
checks to P. E. Larson. 535 Collins st.
-'-•■ and keep cash as reward. ■-..--■ : :J- .■■---.
FEMALE DISEASES cured. Irregular
menstruation quickly cured; forty years'.
experience. Office open from -9 a. m. till
1 10 p. m. Dr. Wheeler, Globe Bldg.. Mm.
. neapolis. Tel.» N. W., M. . 1753 J-l; T. C.
836; good . home . for ■ patients. - .".V
LADIES in trouble, call or write Dr. Bly.
; 27. Fourth st. south. Minneapolis. New
" book. 25c. ;■■■■ "-"■"-:.■. •.•.■-- ■•_■. .-: >,
STORES FOR RENT.
THE BEST location ■in the ■ entire North
... west :; located at midway, - between the
; Twin . Cities, medium size store. building
- suitable T for fancy grocery, :_ restaurant :
and lunch counter or bakery. Apply im
- mediately. . Barrett & Zimmerman, Mid
■i- way Horse '■ Market. ■ . •-:.?>; :'.- •'■'
"~ mmmm~m "^^^_
./):• FOR SALE-7TYPEWRITERS. ;
TYPEWRITERS for! sale and rent; re
pairing 5 promptly attended - to. Under
wood Typewriter Co., 135 ; Endicott , Ar- .
-- cade; 'phone, majn 1544. \ -
.:- ;. , ,- PRINTERS. - - '-.
WE ARE NOT ( IN. BUSINESS to ; beat the
.: other printer out of an order; we have
nc desire to fill up our plant just to keep
.;■ the ;. presses • busy tf but ?we , are conscien-
Eg tiously ; serving ours customers and mak-
SI ing : their i purchases paying propositions
. for them and us. The Abbott . Printing
Co.. Union block. St. Paul. ■ r-w
' SEWING MACHINES.
300 Z SINGERS, Domestics; genuine auto
.";:; ma tics.. $8.75; Drop Head, v five :i drawers,
:■-' oak : case,» all :-» attachments, ten iyears'
"guarantee.- 513.50. 99 West Seventh.
-;• - sr; ■: ■'■£:S STORAGE.Q " >::
COLLECTIVE \ CARS OF HOUSEHOLD
O roods for ithe; Pacific coast; big savins!
fa freight; see us before shipping;. Boyd
- Transfer - and '. Storage ? Company." 46 -S.
v Third at.. Minneapolis. -y*r^ .■ -.--- '
":; MINES AND MINING. ''■> v : i
DO YOU KNOW that the: Waters Mining ;
;- Co. has struck it rich? See me for bar-
X gain 1: stock. R. :B. Higbee, '■- Germania
%, Life | Bldg., St; 1 Paul, V Minn- r£^#S^C*ps
YOUNG MAN, about twenty, for packing
room; salary $30; state references and
experience, if any. O 111, Globe.
YOUNG MAN, about twenty, to assist in
stationery department; state experi
ence, if any, salary and references.
O 112, Globe.
DAIRY HAND—Wanted, a good dairy
hand at 1097 Edmund st., corner Lex
ington ay. ;
YOUNG MAN about twenty-five years
old with bookkeeping experience to
handle ledger for manufacturing house:
must write good hand and be rapid and
accurate; permanent position; state age
and experience and salary expected.
Address O 117, Globe. __
COLLECTOR — Wanted, collector for
steady work, with wheel; bond requir
ed; guaranteed $14 weekly. Call 1:30 p.
m. or 7:30 p. m., Room 209, 17 East
WANTED—A man to work at Hotel
Northern, 14 West Fourth st.
$900 OR MORE a year is the salary oi
some of our graduates; thorough work
pays; evening school; individual in
struction. Rasmussen Practical Busl
ness School. 526 Globe Bldg.
LABORERS, $1.75 per day. wanted at
Griffin Wheel Works, Phalen and StUl
PAPERHANGER and decorator wanted
at once'; steady work and highest pay,
no one but a first-class need apply.
Address Engels & Co., Duluth, Minn.
BARBER—Wanted, first-class white bar
ber; steady employment; wages $14. P.
H. Christiansen, Stillwater, Minn.
WANTED—Cornice makers, tinners and
sheet metal workers. Haag Laubact
Roofing and Cornice Co., 28-34 West
Third st. .
WANTED—Newspaper solicitors who
have had experience; straight salary.
"Apply at once Circulation Manager,
Globe, Room 702 Ernst building.
WANTED—In drug store in country town
in Southern Minnesota a registered as
sistant pharmacist; references required.
Call Wednesday morning at 1006 Pioneer
Press building. *
SHOE HANDS "WANTED—Experienced
help Jn stitching room; top stitchers,
stitchers, vampers. etc. Hamilton-
Brown Shoe Co.. Twenty-first and Lo
cust sts.. St. Louis. Mo.
Anybody Out of Work In Bt. Paul or
Minneapolis may Insert an advertise'
ment under this heading free of charge.
COLLECTOR—Position wanted as col
lector; willing and able to furnish
bond. Address O 108, Globe.
YOUNG MAN of twenty would like work
nt any kind; can read and write, and
know city well; can speak English and
German. Address 1428 Stillwater ay,
WANTED—Situation for a colored man
cook; good references. Address Cook,
40 East Third st. City or country.
A BOY of eighteen would like work of
any kind. Address P. F., 913 Euclid st.
A YOUNG MAN of twenty would like
work of any kind. Address J. A., 970
Euclid st., St. Paul. ,
YOUNG MAN would like a position in a
railroad office; has had some experience.
F. Kwad. 65 College ay. .
YOUNG MAN with knowledge of book
keeping and typewriting desires a posi
tion; wages no object; will leave city.
J. A. Olson. 65 College ay.
A YOUNG MAN twenty-five years of
age would like work of any kind; have
had good many years' experience in
painting and paperhanging. A. H., 527
Sherburne aye. . -;
A BOY of 18 desires work of some kind;
to learn a trade preferred. Address R.
M., 892 Euclid st.
A STRONG boy of 18 would like work of
any kind, but carpenter work especially;
has experience. Address J. O. H., 1329
East Fourth st., St. Paul. Minn.
MEAT CUTTER—Single~man. twenty
five, two years' experience in meat mar
ket. A 1 references, wishes work at once.
Apply H. 8.. 181 Fuller.
WANTED—A boy of 16 years of age
would like to get a position as driver of
light delivery wagon or a job of any
kind; is willing. Address W. D.. 916 E.
EMPLOYMENT—Young man, American,
25 years old, good appearance, will ac
cept any respectable employment. M..
L. Scobey, 282 Rice st.
WORK—By man and wife without child
ren, work of any kind; experienced with
hotel or farm work. M. O. Scott, St.
WANTED—Position as day clerk in ho
tel in Minnesota or North Dakota, by a
young man of seventeen. Address H.
Sewell, general delivery, St. Paul.
COACHMAN—Good, careful driver wants
position as coachman or delivery man.
A. 8., 222 East Seventh st. .
A YOUNG MAN, aged twenty-one, would
like work in some machine shop; has
had one year's experience. Address G.
M.. 571 Jefferson ay., city.
A YOUNG MAN, aged twenty-four, would
like a position as driver; has had ten
years' experience. Address T. M., 571
Jefferson ay.. city.
YOUNG MAN, seventeen years of age,
would like to get work of any kind.
Address L. S., 720 Kent st.
A YOUNG MAN of nineteen years would
like a position as stenographer; has had
two years' experience; Hillary no object.
W. A., 371 Colborne, city.
A YOUNG man of nineteen years desires
position as stenographer; have had ex
perience; salary is no object. Address
N. J. S., 370% Selby ay.
ENGINEER wants position on any kind
of steam plant; can do his own repairs;
best of reference and license. J. L., 162
A YOUN6 man twenty years of age would
like work of any kind; is ready to go to
work at once. ■ Call or address A. T.,
203 East Eighth st.
FOR SALE —First-class saloon; good rea
sofis for selling. Address O 113, Globe.
YOUNG MAN in Eastern city would like
to engage with good wholesale house in
thriving Western town; have had eight
years' experience in office and account
ing work; would invest some capital if
business warrants; best references. Ad
dress M, care Globe.
For Furnishing All Material and Erecting
In Place. A Steel and Wooden Stairway
Connecting the Wabasha Street Bridge
and Raspberry Island in the Mississippi
City Clerk's Office.
St. Paul, Minn., August 19, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that proposals
marked "Proposals for furnishing all ma
terial and erecting a steel and wooden
stairway from Wabasha street bridge to
Raspberry Island" will be received at the
office of the City Clerk at the Court
House and City Hall. St. Paul, Minnesota,
until August the 25th, 1903, at 5 o'clock
p. m. for furnishing all materials, tools
and appliances and erecting in place
ready for traffic a stairway connecting
said island with said bridge, in accord
ance with the plans and specifications
now on file in the office of the Commis
sioner of Public Works of the City of St.
A bond in the sum of twenty per cent
(20 per cent) of the amount bid. with two
sureties residents of the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, or a surety company bond in
the same amount or a certified check of
ten per cent (10 per cent) of the amount
bid, must accompany each proposal as a
surety for the making and executing of
The Common Council of the City of St.
Paul, Minnesota, reserves the right to re
ject any and all of said bids.
By order of the Common Council.
GEORGE T. REDINGTON,
August 19 to 26 inc. 1903-6t.
WANTED-— Experienced dining-: room
~ girl; also first class .cook;. i none. others
need apply. At the German Restau
';■"rant, 268 East Seventh st. '".■-. ■ ■ ~' .-'-■.■ -:
LADIES' plain sewing at home; hand
or machine; J materials furnished; no de
.--•> posit; partiqulars" addressed envelope.
v Woman's Remedy Co., Desk -X, Chi
-:" cago ;;!.:-■ j-': :K-. .:>./'. v- . ': ' ,•.■-■■•
--HOUSEWORK—Wanted, Z good girl for
general housework; small family. 270
-"■ Selby ay., Flat 14.
EXPERIENCED I STENOGRAPHER and
': typewriter for " two weeks. ; The : Her
zog Iron Works, corner, East; Seventh
• and Earl. ■■'■:'■ ' - '■":''- -'.-■
HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted at once; good
•i. wages. 165 South Washington St.- --
HOUSEWORK — Wanted. -,"middle-aged
'• woman for i general housework; must
be a good cook X and - laundress; . small
family and excellent- place for com
' petent ; maid. Mrs. Forster. 714 Aurora
— ay.," one ■: block south ,of interurban car.
•"'■■ line.----.r- ■■-. .:;: -^: •- -:-- - '■■--. \
ON RECEIPT of 25c, ladies, in silver. I
- will send to any lady a valuable com
."plexion :secret. Mrs. Byer,■■■No. 759 Ash- I
: land ay., Kenosha, ■ Wis. s ■ :
SOLICITORS—First-class .lady solicitors;
■ only those who . have; had : experience.
Apply at once Circulation Manager,
Globe. 702 Ernst building. - r
DO YOU . WANT a " stenographer and*
■ typewriter; - call up '.- Main - 1544, Under
.: wood Typewriter C 0. ,: 135 Endicott Ar
Anybody Out 0? Work In St. Paul of
Minneapolis may Insert an advertise
ment. under this headlna :'ree of charge-
BOOKKEEPER—A competent young lady
" desires a position as bookkeeper and
stenographer; would be willing to start
with a moderate salary if there is a
chance for advancement; can give ref
erences. a Address 329 Ryan building.
STRONG woman would . like to do wash
ing, Ironing or any kind of housework
by the. day. Please call or address 470
St. 1 Peter. .;.;
HOUSEWORK—Situation wanted in
small, family by experienced girl for
housework; also first-class cook; no
washing. Call at 3 East Tenth., corner
Wabasha. Tuesday. ■■■,-■
EMBROIDERY of any kind to do by cap
able woman; cigar ribbon pillows a spe
cialty;-ribbons furnished. Call on Miss
Clark. 235 West Fifth.
YOUNG LADY attending business college
wishes home with some nice family
where she could assist morning and
'. evening for board and room. Address L.
C. Commercial Business College, 47
East Sixth St.. or 'phone 1580 LI.
WANTED — Sewing by the day or at
home; skirts, shirt waists, dining room
dresses reasonable. 515 St. Peter st.,
Flat 5. ■ __
WANTED—By an American woman, a
position as housekeeper: no objection to
I children; references exchanged. Call be
tween 4 and 6 p. m.; L. Y. 8., 212 Pleas
ant ay.. St. Paul. Minn.
YOUNG lady desires position- in doctor's
or dentist's office; have had office ex
t perience. Address E. D., 293 Topping St.,
LADIES— on the Twin City; all places
filled; get Sweed .girls,, Irish girl. 308
- Phoenix building. Cedar and Seventh
_■ sts. ■ - 1 -.■' ■ .. ■ - - .■' ■ ■ ' -
SEWING WANTED—WouId like to go
out afternoons only; children's dresses a
specialty;: will work reasonably; call or
address, 49 Exchange street, up stairs.
WANTED—By a middle-aged woman, a
..position to take care of rooms in a flat
where she could live, or as a companion
to an elderly lady. Address Mrs. M. H.
-M.. 469 Collins st. ■
A YOUNG lady desires a position as clerk
or light office work.. Please state sal
ary. Address L. R.. 1175 Topping st. -
WASHING— lady would like to get some
gentlemen's washing. Apply at 702 St.
Peter st.■•. ■-.■ ■■' ■..■■■' ■.■-■■■-.
WANTED by a woman with a child of 5
years, a position as companion to lady
or a place .to - take care of flats where
she could live. : Mrs. May Lynn, St.
Paul Minn. .
WANTED by a woman with child of five
years, position as companion to lady.
Mrs. M. J. Miller.l^ No. 204 Irvine park.
LADY stenographer wishes position; will
ing to work for moderate salary where
there is a chance for advancement. Ad
dress E. C, 196 University ay.. City.
A GERMAN WOMAN wants to go out
washing and ironing by the . day. 338
Dayton ay. ' \
WORK—A woman would like work by the
day, washing, ironing or cleaning. Ad
dress 550 Wabasha st.; which car?
YOUNG girl wants office work; writes
good hand. Address 120 Poplar st.
A RELIABLE German woman would like
a few more family washings and iron
ings to take home. Please call or ad
dress 292 Louis st. •
STENOGRAPHER— A young lady ste
nographer of three years' experience de
sires a position; can assist on books;
best of references. Address- 135 Endi
- cott. '•■■--,■.■:.... .•■: - -■ .■:■,--■ '
STENOGRAPHER— Experienced stenog
rapher desires, position at once. F. C,
117 Iglehart st. ""
STENOGRAPHER—Young lady stenogra
pher .wishes a position; very moderate
salary accepted where there is a chance
for advancement; can'furnish good ref
erence if necessary; Remington -and
Smith-Premier operator. Address O. P..
, Room C, Commercial building, 47 East
Sixth st. ■-■■■■ . ' -
STENOGRAPHER— Competent lady ste
nographer, high school graduate, wishes
■-- position; can furnish reference if neces
sary; moderate> salary accepted where
there is a chance for advancement. Ad
' dress ; D.-.-F.,- 124 West Fillmore ay.,
city. . . .
WANTED, to go out washing and take
home. 372 Dayton ay., upstairs to the
left. ■■-.•.- "-, - :■• ■ -. ' - _ ■-- ■■ - ;
WANTED— a young lady, position as
typewriter. Address K. 104, Globe.
A WOMAN wants. work ;iu a family, no
children, by the ■ weeK. "tu go home
nights. Call :at 77% West Third st.,
: Room 10. : -■■■::-■
PIANIST desires situation as accompan
ist for.vocal teacher. Address M. E. X.,
368 Banfil street. . ';_ ■
HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted by a German
lady, a situation as housekeeper; is neat
'. and | capable. Please: call or address. 171
St. Anthony ay. .
EXPERIENCED lady stenographer, pos
■ sessing . high school education." wishes
position. Address A. H.. 622 Ohio St.,
city. »-.. . - . . •"■"-
141 East Ninth St. Telephone, Main. 183.
WE FURNISH women by the day to do
! housecleaning, washing, ironing, ". sew
: - ing, nursing the sick and mending; also
men to do odd Jobs. . . .
:_- : REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
CASH FOR REAL ESTATE OR BUSI
" ness, . no* matter . where '; located; -if you
: desire quick sale send us description
and price., \ Northwestern\. Business
" "Agency, W 312. Bank of Commerce
: ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT ■• FOUR HOTELS NEWLY FUR
.-■ ■" nisheti ,'. and - papered "; rooms ; all. prices,
day, - week ior ■ month; depot " cars pass
: the doors. The Western, 105 0 East
I Eighth Imperial Hotel. 16 East Eighth;
Yukon Hotel. 127-East Eighth; Econo
.my Hotel, 360 Jackson '■ st.; transient
trade solicited.-■•■'- .■""•
WILLIAMSON A MERCHANT (James F.
' Y7illlamson - and . Frank - D. • Merchant),
■4 patent r attorneys and • solicitors. :. Main :
v ' office. 929-935 ' Guaranty : Loan Bldg.,
- ' Minneapolis, v Minn.; r branch -.- room. 62
'. McGiU Bldg., Washington. D. C
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
THE LARGEST assortment of horses In
the entire Northwest always on hand.
Sell on time payment If so desired.
Every horse guaranteed as represented.
• Barrett & Zimmerman, Midway Horsa
Market,. St. Paul, Minn. Take Inter
■'urban street car from either city.
WORK HARNESS. $20; single buggy har
nesses, $5 each. Heinze Harness Co..
: Sixth and; Rosabel st., St. Paul. Send
for catalogue. • * '--: -v .-.•;
Union Dspot. Sibley Street.
Trains leav« and arrive at St. Paul
as follows:: . ._•-.: .<_bl>. J . i ,*iM'*r*l
■ ■ I * I L J<J ttt^^^ll
Electric tlßhted-Obßfrva- ?_■*•_ »A«'I1
tlon Cars to Portland, Ore., via #1 0:1 5 * 2 :20
Bane, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma 'am p m '
Pacific Express j
Fargo,Helena, Uutto, Spokane, *1 0:15 « 7 •dA
Seattle, T&coma, Portland pm am
Fargo and Leech Lake Losal -...;--
St. Cloud, Little Kails, Brain- . _ ._ , - en
erd, Walker, Beraidjl, Fargo.... t 8:40 s-5°
' Dakota and Manitoba Express an m
Fergus Falls, Wanpeton, '
Moorbead, Fargo, (Mandan „ v ......
Dairy Ex. Sunday), Crookston, * O.UU*7.«
Grand Forks. Crafton, Winnipeg pin am «
"Dulutli Short Line" !||sJ*|:2O»'
TRAINS TO /l/OjJ \l'.l)\J u
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR * H:IQ M *6:25:
< ■ 'Daily. t"Kx. Sunday.
NOTE.—AII trains use the Union Station, St.
**»»'., r.nd Union Station la Minneapolis. -
TICKET OFFICE Corner sth and Robert. .
fIuKCI Uirlll t Telephone Main 1266.
To the Red River Valley. Duluth. West
Superior, Winnipeg. Montana, Kootenal ,
Country and Pacific Coast.
Leave 'Dally. tExcept Sun- Arrlv*
18:30 am J St. Cloud. Farea.Grand Forks, r5:25?m •
+9:25 am I .. Tintah. Aboriosn, Farg:> .. 16:15pm '•
"__« ..FLYER to P.c.flc Coast .. •■£«» \
t9:2sam Wn'm'r.S.F'lsW'tn.Ykfn.S.Cy 16:15pm :
12:35 pm ...Princeton. MtUca, Daluth ... tl:lOom
15:40pm .. .Wayazata and HutchlnsDi. .. 19:25 m
*S!3O Puget Sound Exprsn *^:4>
P«n Montana and Pacific Coait pm
•8:05 pm Breclc., Fargo. Cd Forks, Wpg *7AS
•7:55pm|.... Minn. & Dak. Express ... '7:30 m
*B:ospmlWlllmar, S. Falls. Yank., S. Cyj*7:4sam
19:00 am (.— n . m nmiirii) I 6'-30 oti
•11:10pm) ST. PAUL TO DULUTH' *7:.15 am
t2:3spm( • l:10p.n
ILL?:. SC ST. P.M. & O.RYI' ■ ■ -■»
Office M 2 Robert 6t. 'Phon» 480.
aEz. Sun. bEx. Sit.
cEx. Mon. Othar* Duly. LEA ARRIVE .
CktoLtv, Mil.. MadlMn ...... 8:30a-n 9:50 pit
Chlcato"Atlar.MsS^r»u >1 .. 10:50pm 4:45 ?m
Chlc«to"r4« Mill" 63| / ? m 9i.hi n —
Northwestern Limited I 8:30 '-UJ
Chleaetv Ml!.. Madison I P.M. A.M.
Winsau.F. d« Li:, Gr»»-t ai/ 6:35 pm 9:25 m
D»hrth, Sap.rior. Mhlani.... *B}. >* ai A2 ( ? l*
Twilight Limited I * ;<iy y:UJ
roiuth. S«»rlr\ AiHlml., J P- M. P. M.
tei Motnes. R»4ft»lt Pl»rr. a 7:40 ail a 7:43 p-n
SiouxClfr O-n»Ht, Kll. C'.tf 10:00 am 7:40 p.-u
et.Jtm«s.Fairmont Ulm a 7:40 am »4:lspti
Ompha Limited. ) 9:05 7:25
99. Cltr, Oman*. Kirt. Cffr ' P. M. A. M.
StNxFalls. Mltehsll. R»dft»!l 8:00 pm 8:15 tit
P»»Moln«t,Mlt:h»!I. 3uFall« 8:00 pm 8:15 in
Chicago Great Western Ri
■ . •- "The Maple Leaf Route."
City Office. 6th and Robert. 'Phone 150-M
. . • ILeave |Arrlvo j
fEx. Sun., others dally. I St. Paul I St. Paul
Hayfleld, Mclntlie .... I 8:10 am 9:55pm
Oel'n, Dubuque. Free- 8:30 pm 7:25 am
port. Chicago and Enat 11:20 pm 12:60 pro
Cedar Falls. Waterloo. 10:30 am 7:25 pm
Marshalltown, Dcs M., 8:30 pm 7:25 am
St. Joseph. Kan. City. 11:20 pm 12:60 pro
Red Wins, . Rochester.l '.8:26 am 17:00 pa* !
Osage, Northfleld. Man-1 I
kato. Farlbault | 8:27 pm|lo:2B an»
Hayfleld. Austin. Lyle,|!8:10 am •
Mason City | 5:10 pm|!7:2s pm' :
Eagle Grove. Ft. Dodeel 18:10 ami !7:J5 pm ,
ST. PAUL RY.
Ticket Office 365 Robert St. 'Phone 93.
aDatly. bEx. Su-t- cEt. S*t. LEAVE. - ARRIVE
Chlcoeo. Mll-va'-ke» LaX.... a 8:30 am a9:sopm j
Red Wins, LaX, Mllwai<»». a3:o°Pm a 2:50 m !
Chicago, Milwaukee L*X.... a 7:35 pm all:2sni i
cn!cao3Pions3ri!nii)i a9:3opr?:o3m i
Chicago. Mllw.. Madison.... all:00om a 1 1:25 un j
Chlcato, Farlbo.DiVir^- .. a 4.00 p-n a9loiii .
La Crossr R.Ultnl b8:30 am b9:sopn j
Northfleld. Farlbs. Kan. Clt t afi:3o am ao:10jn :
Ortonrtlls Mllbank Aberd»»a b8:45 am b7:lsjTi j
OrtonTllls Aberdeen.cFirjJ a 6:15 pm a7:45m j
Nonhfiald. Farlbo. Auitlt. .. b7:25 ora bll:10in
Minneapolis and Si. Louis R..R, Z% j
Office 313 Robert. Union Depot.
•fr; Telephone Calls—66l N. "W.—690 T. C
Leave SEx Sunday. *Dillr Arrlin
§8.20 am Watortown and Storm Laks 5 5.55jti
59. 00am ..Omaha «nd Dm Molmi.. 5 7.20?ti ;
•4 55pm ..Esthervllle and-Maviisan.. .. • 9.50 in
•17 mnm The North Star Llmltel • 0 Crtiii
1./UPlllToChlcaeo, St Louis & P«arl» 6.0 Jill :
•B.oopmlOmaha&DasMoln«s(LlmltaD *. B.o3jti
City Ticket Office. 879 Robert St. TeL 1051.
Union Depot. St. PauL -r^
L«?ave.| EAST. ' Arriv-^
1 :Zopm .Atlantic Limited idally). B:4oam
% :10am RhlneUnder Local(eiSun) 4:6ipDß
I:osam Pacific Express (rs-clfio
Coast) dally. s'!2 pi"
6:ospm ..Dakota Exp. (ex. Sun).. 9:ooam
Rock Island System
Tlckat O'M:s. 6th and Rjaort. Bath 'Pirnm I"> I ■
~~" • Lain Arrlva
ALL TRAINS DA!- St. PiU! St. Pau
Oul-rr Hannlbil. St. Louts. .'... 9:45 am 4:25 jn
OnJncy. Hannibal. St. Laali. .... 7:ospm 8:00 m
Chicago. D »tj no art. Pa art i...... 7.ospti 8.00 in •
NorthfislJ. Farlba. Owstonru.. J 9:45 am 4: li> *
AJb»rt Lat. Wat»rl33. C. Rapldi I 7:05 am i:JJ^a
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RY. CO.
City Office. 873 Robert St. 'Phon* No. <*«.
i^avttl "T 1 ' ~ 1 Arrive
St. Paull All Trains Dally. ISt Paul
"""" jKau Claire. cnip. Falls,! ""
Milwaukee and Chicago B:lsans
lAshland. Chlppewa Falls! ';
~7:4upmlQ3hkoah. Mil, ami Chi.l 4:3t>nta
wrgg|gw Steamsr Dubuque
■ v^Br*: St. Paul for St. Louis --
and ' Intermediate points on Wednesday,
.-'August 19, at 2 p. m.
For full. Information regarding • passen
ger • and freight rates"' address HARRY '
CLARK. 1 Gen'l Agt., office foot of Sibley
street, opposite Union Depot. St. Paul,
Telephone Call. N. W.. Main. 93. .