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RESERVE IS UNIQUE
Resume of AVork Thus Far
Done Thereon by the For
Globe Special Washington Service
1417 6 Street
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 13.—
The Minnesota forest reserve stands
alone as the only forest reserve ever
created by act of congress, not by
presidential proclamation. Executive
authority is limited to those public
lands which have not been otherwise
appropriated. The Minnesota reserve
is a part of the land formerly set aside
for the Chippewa Indians, and hence
■was not public land subject to presi
dential action. Congress alone had
control of this land. It passed a law
In 1902. known as the "Morris bill,"
regulating the sale of the pine timber
on the 3,000,000 acres ceded to the
government by the Indians, and setting
aside 225,000 acres of it as a forest re
In addition certain specified tracts
and all the islands in Cass and Leech
lakes were reserved as Indian lands,
together with 6.400 acres more to be
designated by the bureau of forestry
and reserved absolutely from both sale
and settlement. Of the 225.000 acres,
200,000 must be selected from land
classed as "pine land," and the remain-
Ing 25,000 acres from land classified
as "agricultural land." The selection
of all this was also assigned to the
same bureau. The 6,400 acres chosen
lie along the east and south shores of
Cass lake, and all around an arm of
this lake extending southward, called
Pike bay, and four or five small lakes
immediately south of it. Nature has
made the locality exceedingly at
tractive, and reserving it from the ax
and settlement will keep from destruc
tion the wilderness beauty of these
lakes, set in forests of virgin pine.
Selects 105,000 Acres
Of the 225,000 acres, the bureau has
already selected 105,000, lying in a
fairly compact body northeast, east
and southeast of Cass lake. The selec
tion of the remaining 120,000 acres
awaits the completion of the Indian
allotments to be made in that region
and the delineation by the war de
partment of the exact flowage lines for
the areas that will be submerged when
the wa^er reaches the legal height be
hind its two dams, already constructed.
The law requires that on the 200,000
acres of pine land 95 per cent of the
pine should be immediately cut, leaving
5 per cent for reforestation. Far bet
ter results would have followed had
the law provided for the protection
from cutting of 25 or 30 per cent, but 5
per cent was all that could be obtained
at the time the Morris bill was passed.
The law of 1889 provided for the sale
of the land and the pine at the same
time. The law of l»02 separated the !
two. The pine was to be sold, but the I
denuded land was to be classed as agri- |
cultural and to be opened to homestead
sale and settlement, except the portion
destined for a forest reserve. Great
care was taken to prescribe such meth
ods of sal? as would permit the realiza
tion of the highest possible price for
the timber, the proceeds from the sale
of which were to io to the Indians.
Briefly put, therefore, the intent of the
law w'ub to secure for the Indians tfie
full market price for the timber sold,
to provide against the destruction of a
f.n;est part of which might artVisntage
oiSdy be made permanent by learvtng
a small percentage of the merchant
able trees; rind to open to agricultural
use the land suitable for this purpose.
The pine timber on the 105,000 acres
already selected by the bureau has been
Bold, subject to the 5 per cent reserva
tion clause. It brought a better price
than did similar timber outside the re
serve, sold without such restrictions.
The bureau has marked on 50,000 acres
the 5 per cent .of trees which are to be
left standing, and the'work of murking
the remainder is rapidly going forward.
It is estimated that it will require three
or four years to remove the timber from
the lands already selected, and that it
will be seven or eight years before the
timber of the whole 200,000 acres is re
In the meantime the bureau has per
formed its duty under the law carefully,
and as expeditiously as possible. It
located the reserve on the headwaters
of the Mississippi, where it will most
effectively serve its function. The lo
cation of the 6,400 acres comprising
the 10 sections reserved from sale or
settlement is also conceded to be the
most advantageous possible. The agents
of the bureau have more than half
finished marking the 5 per cent of trees
to be left on the first selection, and in
this work will easily keep ahead of
the lumbering under the sales that
have been made.
With the question of what further
equitable claims against the govern
ment the Indians may have, the bu
reau of forestry of course has nothing
to do. Whether the large cash advance
already made to the Chippewas will be
considered an offset in whole or in part
against the value of the lands now
withdrawn from them is a question for
Congress to decide. The policy follow
ed in the past justifies the anticipa
tion that the Chippewas will be amply
remunerated for these lands and the
small 5 per cent of timber op them,
that the government now has reserved
for its own use. Already under the
Morris act of 1902 they are reeeivirv?
for their timber alone more than both
the timber and the land would have
brought them under the" law of .1889.
This is true not only of the 225.000
acres in reserve, but of the whole for
ested part of their 3,000,000 acres of
ceded lind. In addition, their forests
are protected from - damage by fire
as never before.
—Walter E. Clark.
BODIES EMIT RAYS OF
It Aii Depends Upon the Character and
Temperament of the Person
LONDON, Nov. 13.—Experiments
numbering over 300. conducted over a
T«rin of three years, hav e formed the
subject for a communication from a
j.hysician to a medical journal, to the
effect that the rays emitted by the hu
man body differ in color according to
the character and temperament of the
person. The following particulars are
given by the writer:
'The rays emanating from a very
passionate man have a deep red hue
one whose keynote in life is to be good
and to do good throws off pink rays.
The ambitious man emits orange rays
ihe deep thinker, deep blue: the lover
of art»and refined surroundings, yel
low; an anxious, depressed person,
gray. One who leads a low, debased
life throws off muddy brown rays; a
devotional, good meaning person, light
blue: a progressive-minded one, "light
green, and a physically or mentally ill
one, dark green."
The doctor admits thathls theory is
apt to be received with incredulity
ana amusement, but he asserts that it
Is strengthened by the fact that the
color of the human race was many
thousands of years in reaching its
present stage of development.
OEBS VOTE SWELLED;
Received 600,00QF A^inst 97,
--943 In 1903
NEW YORK.. Nov. 13^.caders of the
Socialist Democratic party are authority
for the statement that EMgeae V. Debs,
1 the party's candidate for president, polled
over 600,000 votes in ihc recent election,
cy more than 4 per cent of the total vote.
Four years ago Debs received 97.943 votes
for the. same office. The party leaders
said more than 100,000 Debs votes were
cast in Illinois last Tuesday. In speaking
of the division of the vote among the
leading states the-secrctary of the Socialist
Democratic party says:
"The states showing the greatest ratio
of increase are Illinois. Ohio. Minnesota.
Wisconsin. Pennsylvania, Michigan and
California. The news frem .Washington
estimates a large increase, but no figures
-are given. The only decreases are reported
from Massachusetts and Colorado, the
vote in the former state being half of that
cast in the Etate election in 1903.
"Illinois gives 100,000, New York about
40,000, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and
California about 30.000 each, and Minne
sota, Missouri, Indiana and lowa between
15,000 and 20,000 each; Kansas, Nebraska.
Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Montana and Texas
from 4,000 to 10.000 each; Maine. Mary
land. North Dakota. Oklahoma. Kentucky.
Alabama. Arizona. Connecticut. New
Hampshire, Tennessee and West Virginia
from 2,500 to 5.000 each. Arkansas, Col
orado. Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, Mis
sissippi. Nevada, Rhode Island. Vermont.
Virginia, South Dakota and Wyoming give
from 300 to 1.500. The two Carolinas did
not give more than 500."
Debs made a good run in New York
city. Although the official report has not^
been tabulated, returns at the bureau
shows that Debs received 28,294 votes In
the greater city. In Massachusetts Debs
got 12,184 votes, or less than 3 per cent.
In Connectitut he polled 3.500. in Rhode
Island SOO and in Vermont 747.
WHEN TROOPS WILL
SAIL FROM PHILIPPINES
Large Numbers Will Return Home in
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 13.—An
important order has been issued by the'
war department relieving troops which
have served the allotted time in the
Philippines and replacing them with
ones from the United States. Troops
ordered home will sail from Manila as
Headquarters, first and second
squadrons Thirteenth cavalry, April
15; first squadron going to Fort Rlley.
headquarters and second to Fort Mey
er; headquarters and second squadron
Twelfth cavalry, May 15. and first
squadron Twelfth eavary, June 15, both
to go to Camp Thomas.'-Georgia; third
squadron Thirteenth cavalry, July 15,
to go to Fort Sill; third squadron
Twelfth cavalry, Aug. 15, to go to Camp
Thomas, Georgia; Eighteenth infantry,
Jan. 15, to go to Fort Leavenworth;
the Fourteenth infantry. March 15, to
go to Vancouver* barracks; Twenty
third infantry, May 15, to go to Madi
son barracks and Fort Ontario; the
Fourth infantry, June 15, headquarters
band and two battalions to go to Fort
Thomas, the station of the remaining
battalion yet to be designated; Seven
teenth infantry, July 15, to go to Fort
Troops ordered to the Philippines
will sail from San Francisco as fol
Headquarters and second squadron
Eighth cavalry, March 1: third squad
ron Eighth cavalry, April 1: second
squadron Seventh cavalry, May 1;
headquarters and first squadron Sev
enth cavalry, June 1; third squadron
Seventh cavalry and first squadron
Eighth cavalry. July 1; Twenty-first
infantry, Feb. 1; Sixth infantry, March
1: Niiieteenth infantry, April 1; Ninth
cavalry. May 1; Sixteenth infantry
THREE WARSHIPS OUT
~; WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 13.—Ow
ing. to • the lack of officers and '.enlisted
men in.' the '. navy to . meet the needs •of
the service, it has been found necessary
for the [. navy it department •to order at >
least three warships out of commission
in order to man the .ships which have
just been completed and are now await
ingj* completion. The three vessels to
be put out of t commissipn will be se
lected , from ; five : which: are deemed the
least necessary for further active'serv
ice at this time. The tentative list corv
gists >of.' the ~ cruiser Atlanta,'; Castine
. and Marietta, of the i South Atlantic'
squadron, r and '■; the - gunboats -• Newport
and Bancroft," of ; the ■ Caribbean squad
Prince is Re-elected V,:
HONOLULU. Nov. ; 13.—According to
nearly . completed^ returns Prince ' Jonah
K. - Kalanianaiole - "has been re-elected
delegate-, to" congress«by a ' majority of
2,000 over both > opponents. The <: total
number," of votes cast approximate 13,
--000. "_ H. SM. Kaniho. of West • Hawaii, a
home ruler, k.: is - the * only candidate : not
a Republican who has been returned. to
the legislature. There will be only one
other . member of the legislature .who is
not a J Republican, ' Senator Woods, who
is a hold-over: Democrat. 1;
_ Before 1 Going Away .'
i rConsult vthe-i Minneapolis >&-SL'-Louis
railroad •: agents * about 'rates >and: accom
modations. ■■ whether -- you *; are, "-. bound,~ for
the World's - Fair. California. Chicago "~ or
elsewhere. .-It will pay you. Office 393
Robert:street,; St. Paul. ■ ;
Round Trip Homeseekers' Rates Via the
- > North-Western Line
_" -Tickets .• will *be; on I sale at 1 very • low
rales !Nov. 22 to many points. In, Arkansas,
Indian' Territory. Kansas. Louisiana.
Mexico/, Oklahoma and Texas. For tickets
and" other :. information ,'call. at . 396 • Robert
street, Ryan . Hotel, St. Paul, Minn. -'. -; -. -.
$10—: ST. LOUIS AND RETURN—SIO
L^Vla"-Rock:lsland. System . ' v .
Tickets good -in sleeping '. cars - on sale
daily.. Nov. 14 -to • Nov.: 26. «* Return t limit.
1 Dec.;- 1. :••• Shortest •■ line.-^ Quickest -- time.
Best service. : Office Sixth "and ■■% Robert
streets.: St. Paul. .<• F. . W. .v Saint, City
Passenger. Agent. f-r^'y v>*r-* -• ri : ■ - ;.'
|$13.50 to ; Chicago and Return Via the
gpjfSjjsSS North-Western Line » : :; /
.'■:'■ ' Tickets- will be on sale Nov. 27-2S-29,
with return: limit :of December sth at j the
: above - rate. -» All ; tickets - good fon ", the . fa
mous *• 'North-West crn * Limited.-* Minne
npolls-St. Paul to Chicago. For sleeping,
• car i reservations * caii -at -39* Robert £ St.
■ (Ryan Hotel). St. Paul. Minn. • . - :
7-t-~---"w-:"v 7>.-.tt —;-:^ — '—ij^'^T^.::--;;- --'
. $10.00 Return Ticket to i St. r Louis _,
>- The Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad
will' sell excursion first-class tickets to the
.World's 7 Fair'- and ? back for ~ only j $10.00.
Nov. 14 to 26. good for ; return 1 any time
;before-Dec.' 2. Two < fast .trains*a'dayr to
the : gates ,of - the fair. . ..Ticket^ office,- 398
Robert* street. St. . PauL" : : -*" .*;"^
v Through Tourist Car* to California. .
« Two cars a week, with choice of route*
and r experienced - conductors £i In x charge.
The Minneapolis & St. Loi:;s "R. R. is the
pioneer line and; gives 4 best ."service.^. Get
rates' or berths T at•;B9S-Rotreit street. St.
-'. ; '-•;- St. Louis Rates Cut in Two^^S
ij* Only Jl 0.00 for * round trip to World's
Fair ; Nov. 14 *to 26, good ■re ing, to ; Dec.
! ITS? Call at • Minneapolis *& i St. s Louis ', rail
road ticket ; ofllc*. Robertstreet, for
: tickets or berths.^ Two trains (a^ day.
rHE ST. PAUL GLOBE. MONDAY, NOVEMBEK 14, 1904
THE GLOBE'S '
: —■'-"-'-. T."-T..t.->,^,^-"..^. ';* ■ I', '.a':
Who Use The Globe's Advertising *Co!omns
Are reaching almost every home in ths city. A copy of Tha
Globe is sold in St. Paul for every six English-speaking
people. Including all classes. That's why spaca in The Globs
gives satisfactory results. If In doubt send for a solicitor
and talk it over. = THE GLOBE
A Few of the Branch Off ices Where Ads Are Received for
"The Globe's Paying Wants"
CAMP^^ol 19 S^SSSS^U 00 " Dni«teU' "*
8. H. REEVES. Druggist.^ Seven Corner*. • ' B: -J* EAT' Newsdealer. r < 442 . Broad-
L- J aS Es£4l£ DrUrel3t' COmer *'" M. B.TmiRTNCT. New^ealer. 478 Wa-
STRAIGHT .BROS.. :'• Druggists,- Rondo ' *■ *r banha. » -- -• "--:^ ".
er^J^ nd Grotto-rtf*ets.'- " .• : ■' ;' W. E. LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist. Maria aye- corner Twelfth and Robert streets.-.
W. : a" :PsiS?2# ailtlra^ tr*et: *■•■-"■': Selby •J' A * B rOM- Druggist."-- «09.'-Jackson
W. -A. •„ FROST :&-■ CQ:. 1-.Druggists.-' Selby . . street • ,-,-. J - . r;
RlEtl^fA^" iv'Sts. Selby *nd t H i£S^ T£* M fl*,%%**
Western avenues „,., LI EDERS Pharmacist. 8.9 Rle«.
A. J. RCHTTMACHER Druggist 489 West BLMMIT PHARMACY." 284 Rlc*. corner
•—• ' Seventh street.-. ----- . .-■•:-- ••-•^ "' '- : Summit rrt'■<•«:; ';' '■;', -• •■
J. ;. W. NELSON. Druggist. Dale and DnJ- WALTER NELSQX. Druggist. 896' Rice"
■•* i verrity. • -. . • - : . -;..>-- . v-' afreet - ■'■ -2- T" - V- •" ■CV.
C. T HELLER. : Druggist. WHlard. St WALTER NELSON^DruggisC 194« Unl
_ _ Peter and -Tenth streets. '••'""" versity avenue -t..- ,1. ' r ,• -~-^
C. F. Rt'TTTERFORD. Druggist. St. Peter CAPITOT. DRrq CO . Druggists. -Unl-
T v> a?2.TF^;l^U l aire£~- ~ versity avniu> s^rid Rice street.
TL' ELr£ RK .£ <7°- Druggists. 961 DR. MARKS. Phaunacy. 118 S. Wabash*.
J P TrJVite oh ~A rPe£ ™ HALL * KRAFTV DruerUtis. 428 8. Wa-
J- P J^LrNEK & CO. Drugrist*. West basha.
ttt «.B^ nin and SMbian streets. HANS MADSON. Dru«relst. 1W Concord.
W. X COLLIER. Drfllfist. East Seventh ECLIPSE DRT'G STORE 113 S Robert
Ftrpet. corner Stbley. G. A. WOLFROM Dru«i<rt 572 Kent
A. A CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and D. C. KTSREL. DruS? 561 Thomas
w t tS^t"! 1"^"- . . R A- HOLCOMB. Druggist. 954 Payne
£»tT^« McCOI A- Druggist. 453 Broadway. avenue.
DRIES PHARMACY.-- . corner : Ninth - and J CENTRAL : PHARMACY, Tenth r and Wa
j._" • St. Peter streets. >--■-/ ■ - • . basha »■- ■ •■--;'.
GEOROE .a DAVENPORT & CO' -972 .EDMT7ND j.FUCHsL Druggist 798 East
I.■ vJ^" 1 Seventh str«et. v Seventh.' -.-, -^ .' * — .."^>--».
H. W DICKMAN.- DrusrKist. 830 East E. E. KEIPER. Druggist. 450 South Rob
-".„-' Seventh, corner Beech. " --. ■ ert. - •■--..\> t'; ■•.--.... .
A. L. vo.OT-EY.. Druggist. Prior and St. G F. T'MLAND. Druggist 441 : University
• Anthony, avenues. . •-.-••<-,•; :~: • --■> *■ avenue. :'" •- -. --^~.'i
O'TOOLE—Nov. 13. 1904, -in : this city;' at
her home -on the upper; flats." Catherine,
• beloved wife >of John .E. J O'Tooie. ■■ aped
thirty-four years. Funeral:services at
- Winsted. Minn. '■•-•■ V
J. G. DONNELLY A SONB. i funeral di
. rectors.- have established, themselves ■In
- elegant new s quarters. 174 W. Fourth st.
Lady Assistant- / - Telephone Main 2333-'Ji: l: '
Floral Emblems; and j Wedding Flowers
BAMALEY FLORAL EXCHAHfiE,
v-s?^:^: storage yjr*-:^':
REDUCED .FREIGHT \" RATES ON
household goods •» to ••■ Denver/Spokane
-: and: Pacific. coast points: frequent. ship-•
, ments and -lowest-possible rates. The
Boyd Transfer and Storage Co.. * Mln
neapolls. •. - - ■ - -■ '. -
Racking, Storage, Forwarding
EXPERIENCED PACKERS; SEPARATE.
" room \ storage; - Pacific . coast : assembled
-'' carloads.. Fidelity- Storage Co.. .. " "
BOOTS A NO SHOES ,
SEE OUR LINE OF 25c: MITTENS AND
■ gloves. Save Money Shoe Store. 574
V Broadway. •■-.-■ . . ■'>'. - v ," '
CARRE T CLEANING
Rug Manufacturers ■
UP-TO-DATE-' UPHOLSTERING, MAT
~tress renovating. * carpet ; cleaning.
Schroeder & Dickinson,-; 16 East Sixth
- .st, o both phones.Cv " r^" -" 'j\ r ;
__ - medical: . '
MEDICAL — MRS. DR. .F.•: G. M'KAY'S
• new, address. 7 Seventh st. south, near
- Hennepln:; rheumatism. Insomnia, ■ nerv-■
•'■ ousness ■ and " all" weaknesses . positively
-. cured by electricity, electric magnetic
treatments, alcohol -sweats;- open Sun
.- days. --. Telephone - Main • 1 973 - LI. ■ ■•
LADIES! USE MY -REMEDY — THE
. greatest monthly regulator; best, safest,
_■ most reliable;- i gives positive - relief;
price $2.00: particulars free. Address
Mrs. T. Wagner. 43% E. Third • St.; - St.
. Paul. Minn. . •- -'. ::-- ■' -~.-/-.-. >•-':
PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D., SPE
." clalist. >! All ; diseases -of - women ' quickly
-,cured; 1 ovarian 1: difficulties and irregu
■ larities skillfully treated; consultation
free. . 412 Nlcollet ay., Minneapolis,
fourth floor. - -,_ ;
: FOR SALE-Miscellaneous X
FOR SALE—A HALF DOZEN t SMITH
; . Premier-: tj-pewriters^ late » models i. and
..all-in' perfect condition; -If. one party
•.takes lot will sell, them for $40 a piece:'
•, for 1 one $45; we will let you have these
I typewriters on approval; If not satisfac
', tory . you s can t return -r the >j'_ machines
•; within a. week; these machines cost new
:- $100. E. Lytle's.;Diamond,Parlors,-:411
Robert st:,'. second^floor. ■•^■J- . - v;:
THE GLOBE'S. FREE RENTAL LIST IS
\r A GREAT, CONVENIENCE TO PER
• SONS IN SEARCH OF ROOMS OR
BOARD. CALL AT THE OFFICE AND
LEARN HOW TO GET YOUR ROOMS
'. REGISTERED IN THE LIST. r^v:^^
WOOD • AND r COAL AT WHOLESALE
'■ or retaH; '■ basket ' lots ' reasonable;'prompt
1. delivery:; also moving - vans furnished.' J
" both ~phones: Kent's .' Express. - ,-. --'-
-■"■-•-•"•■■■ :'-2\iSlLosT'rJ-6.£<\ -••"
LOST—BETWEEN ELEVENTH AND
- Grove sts.. jsi Reward to finder if re
»■ turned' to. 629 John-st:'-.- -_*■: -■?*.«.-:■-.■
LOST—KITTEN, YELLOW • ANGORA.
V Finder £ please ■, return to 872 -Goodrich
l; :av. and receive- reward. t
- $27.20 Round Trip to New Orleans
: .y. Round trip tickets on sale ■ via the Min
-. neapolis ;& i St. Lou Is»railroad: on ' Nov. -15;
to points in Alabama^Mississippi, Louisi- <
, ana. Georgia! and I the • Southeast 1- at I con-•
siderably .; less l than Z the »■ one v way ~ fare."
.Limit 1 twenty-one ■ days ' for. return. Ai> Call
"on W. E." Witherspoon.~. City . Ticket Agent,
,Ryan hotel. -l^ ? '-2.- '''-~.'~-'.'- H-~ ---*-'
. $10.00 "^ Return Ticket to 1 St. Lou ",; ."*]
-The": Minneapolis & St. ",Louis.' railroad
will sell excursion -class tickets :to the-
World's I Fair r and ? back \: for ?only > $10.00.
; Nov. • 14 1 to * 26;*. good * for ■■ return ', any time
,before : Dec. 2.t Two fast 'trains a day ito !
; the : gates ;, of i the ; fair. Ticket '.office.? 39»
Robert street, St. \-~--T.~- rl -~:"^t ■^i^-^ 1
[ $10.00 - Return Ticket to St. Louis 7 "
: f The :. Minneapolis & St. Louis. Railroad
will i sell excursion^ first-class tickets :to
.the .World's I Fair and | back , for only. $10,00. j
Nov. 14 >to i 26. good 7: for •. return ? any • time'
before :, Dec 2. Two fast r trains i a day
1 to the: gates of . the i fair. Ticket office, 398'
Robert = street. St. i Paul.-*:^^-^. ig^;au
THE GLOBE'S ]
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PERSONS LOOKING FOR ROOMS OR
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and look over The Globe's Free Rental
The St. Paul Globe. Fifth and Wabasha.
FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURNISH
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FOR RENT— Flats
A FINE SIX-ROOM FLAT IN .THE
- "Kenesaw." hew building:" corner Selby
. and JM.ackub.in; handsome" .hardwood
. ifjoors and : finish; steam * he"a't.""hof' and
• cold Vrater. gas 4] range refrigerator,
gS laundry, janitor;. all new «-!nd first-class;
i *l3Tgo- pallor bay wlndaw^am] dining*
room facing south -on Jlawn; inspection"
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WO—THIRD FLOOR : FLAT, NO. 12/
• «.West Third st. . E. P. Roberts, No. •45
| East Fourth st. >..:.%;-Pit; js: tf
; FOR RENT— Stores. ? Offices J
FOR RENT—STORE AT —MIDWAY.
t -Fuitablfi ff» r a tailor, watchmaker or
. plumber. Barrett & Zimmerman. l Mid
-1 «way. St. Paul.! * ; -' 'V " *.r. -*V ■> •.'.-
GOOD - BLACKSMITH , SHOP TO RENT
> t at the Midway Horse Market. Barrett
. & Zimmerman.- Midway. St!"raul > Minn.i
FOR RENT—A FINE OFFICE IN THE
• Ernst-.Bldg.. -r with.. desk.';, steam heat.
;-•- electric light and - janitor sorrlce. E.
.. % P. Roberts, No. 45 ;East Fourth st. -:.-;, ,
-" FOR RENT— Houses i'v . ■
HOUSE NO. 499 WOODWARD AV.T,
t six -rooms and bath; new* open plumb -
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• No. 45 East■ Fourth st. •; - »*- cV:i-- ~~~^? c
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- Minnesota Transfer: «ight rooms. 'E. P.
Roberts. No. 45 £a.«t Fourth.st.: : -r- >v.
FOR SALE—City Real Estate
'IF YOU INTEND -.BUILDING NEXT
- v eprtr.g I can save 1 you hundreds ■ of-dol
■ lar* by doing your -building•• this fall
-* and winter, and jufet .as satisfactorily;*
• send postal for my references and plans.
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200 ACRES 'IN SOUTHERN .PART •OF
Kanabec county. .Minn, at the low prlct
•of $7 per acre. wk M ' - ■ :« r •..-,.;■;..
--' --.. J. S. BMEDBERG.
y •17 Phoenix bld».. Minneapolis, Minn.-;•
HORSES ANO CARRIAGES
LUMBERMEN TAKE 1 NOTICE—BAR
v rett A Zimmerman have constantly on
hand : from " 100 . to ' 600 ■ head < of horses
' weighing from 1.500 ;to 1.800 pounds.
.'. If. you . need: any,- come * and look : them
-. over and select your kind. Barrett | 6
; Zimmerman's L Midway Horse Market.
3t. Paul. IJlnn. -. ■-» .'«!■'.-■•--^v^-
MULES :,V MULES ' MULES
100 head'Of good big work mulen have
-. been consigned. to us by tH. Balch -&■
'■ Co.. and must, be sold at once; part
time given if desired. ' Barrett & Zim
■J merman. ! Midway I Horseti Market. St.
--■ Paul. Minn. ■•• r, -T.:--.'.r^.yr-.c%'
IF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL
: v remember that Barrett & Zimmerman, at
. Midway, St. - Paul,- are : always " ready to
'• buy and pay cash. ":.'. 'nr\;L~~~L~f-~'-~~~
BUY YOUR 1 HARNESS yON THE IN
.i. stallment plan. Hard -Times '• Harness
:t.Factory. 544 Rice St.'--.. 1 ; :-. • ..t»
ADMINISTRATION SALE—SO HEAD OF
-» cheap work horses for saJc;.weight from
1.500 to". 1.600 spounds;s pounds; Ihese, horses are
fight 1* out of work and must be sold by
, order of the court. vßarrett, & Zimmer
man. Midway Horse Market. St. Paul. J
FOR SALE—Pianos. Qr*ats
A CHANCE TO ?• BUY, 1. A - SQUARE Pi
- • ano •at the > very lowest tbargain t prices.
■4*. All of these have been thoroughly over
.hauled. -; Sold" on-; easy. payments. ■? Cases
•in mahogany. -rosewood -; and ebony;
your ?: choice .of several at different
» prices. .jv" ;y-;<-iii'.-..-:.-,f.'!'^t:*iC"'::
---!519.; Raven *• Baron. Haines Bros. - v
■ • %Z9: l Coon, llhseng. c. -""-". ~ i^>sn*- *'&'■■■+
' . %39. Shonin«;-r. St. I.ouis. * Pond.
:• $49. Elllnpton. Mathushek. Imperial,
- Pease.: Chickoring.'Knabe. « -
f $69. Haines-.Bros.*i , ..-.; .j-U-Ji -- 4 —
SO. Steinway. •:?-• -M r~ . '--;
J $79. Steinway.
. '*: ~ - 21-23*|:j5-27 iwc«t JFif^s^:;;-^:'^
21-23-J5-27 Wast Fifth st.
FOR BALK— Typewriter*
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN EVERY
- where to •'. appreciate *f- that every jj day
•"?there are excellent 2 chances Tvto. better.
- thmaelves offered in these.-columns, j-r
FOR SALE— Hoummm
;SI.SOO—NO. 839 JACKSON * ST\, FOUR
p-; teen '* rooms; ' .largei; lot; walking dis
tance: will exchange if or smaller house
t> vor * sell *on easy I terms. K. iP. Roberts."
~Ui No. 45 East Fourth St. r-r?^-'*-
THE VERY BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN
to the line of houses for sale are al- 1
-v' ways ito be fourd J under this classifica
tion of The" Globe.
PAYING WANTS !
* 1 A;
WANTED — A RELIABLE MAN OR
woman to manage a brand) ; supply of
fice ior\j?alesmfn;rno'-.lnvestmentT'C or
.- canvassing required ;,in ».position;; ex
r.penses advanced; weekly salary an/1 *5
~, per cent commission. ' Manager.
' ; Supply Dept.. 1 sth floor. Thompson Bldg.;
.-- - St. L.OU ln.■'. '- .-'.. ■ .L' ■ ."; v".
ors for city and road; new proposition;
salary or commission. Apply between
10 and 11 a. m., 340 Cedar aw; ask for
J. C. Dooley.
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN WATCHMAK-
Ing; earn pay while you learn; our book.
How to Become a Watchmaker." sent
£ reiv pone's School of Watchmaking,
__Globe Bldg.. Bt. Paul. Minn.
WAITED—MAN TO WORK IN! TIN
,__• shop and work on stoves. 902 Rice
r~. street.*.*" * J ■*■->-. ."_ ,'--*—-.. . ■•■-■-.-.
A GOOD DAIRY HAND WANTED. 1441
Reaney st.; ' ,->j. -j .-' . - .. •;
CARPENTER—F IR S T-CLASS ■ CAR.
• penter. is v looking : for - work :at ; putting
- up -storm ' windows, fitting doors, etc.
-J.-Austin.-general delivery. ■ -- •■..■;■..
FREIGHT MARKER WANTS ENGAGE
« rncnt; good |assistant on shipping:: floor;
v experience in .clerical, work.. V.
' 342.East.Eighth «t. - ...-:.-.-;■:'
W5 *HAVf HELP OF .ALL-^KINDS
v" waiting places; 1 carpenters.- factory men.
- cabinet men. -* cooks, • woodsmen :: fur
-'?ioo Td« freen short5 hort notice: phone Main
': Robert I?• I! or8. n? 11 ' Third and
MA WITH LARGE FAMILY WOULD
, nice situation as watchman or janitor or
- .in wholesale-house;, can give the best
' ; 2f/*£erences ln the clty-^ Address J. S.
— 218 t^ast Seventh-st.. third floor. '.-•«;
A YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE TO
. nave a place for taking care- of *team
_• plant or fireman. .Address N 191. Globe.
A YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY WOULD
• U e« w2T k on 1 delivery: wagon. Address
C. H. T.. 904 Palace St.. city. .;. ..-.:•:
A YOUNG MARRIED MAN WOULD
< ; like 7 work "of ' any." kind. -, Address 387
- Maria. . .• . t - : -
YOUNG MAN WANTS A POSITION AS
v a stenographer; ; also . understands; book
.--keeping. No objection to leave the city.
:-Address a..259 W. 6th sLi: -;-« ;-.,.
A YOUNG MAN, AGE 22, WITH GOOD
habits, wishes position driving light de
livery wagon, experience and well ac
quainted with city. Address E. \V. S..
642 Cedar ct.. city.
SITUATION WANTED BY A MEAT
and pastry cook; best of references. 49
West Fourth st. (Cook.)
WELL EDUCATED MAN DESIRES
position with wholesale nr jobbing
house. Address J. Smith, St. Paul, 91
STRONG BOY, 17, WOULD " LIKE A
place to work r for room and board In
' ; private family and go to school - In
( - quire at , 430 Wabasha, - room - 20; call
.' for Roy. .--■■■■• ...._. - •.-;;.---,..-•.
A" MIDDLE-AGED MAN WOULD LIKE
work of any kind. Address 435 Lafond
-«t- :.- .• ••-. ■ ■. •- ■■ ; -..; -•:■ ■'. .... -».>
YOUNG MAN, -17- YEARS OF AGE,
would -like: work of any kind. Address
903 Charles st. , . . . '■-• .
A STRONG BOY OF EIGHTEEN DE
•" sires work of some kind; ■"■ to learn a
■ trade preferred." Address R. M.. 896 Eu
t clld st.. city. - •■.•-.-.
WANTED—A IS PLACE ON A FARM
" by a man . and wife ■ without • children,
j- Address M. C. 8., St. Paul, care Bethel
■«: hotel. ;•-'> - -■-'-- r :-; -.--. - -- - - •
GOOD. RELIABLE MAN IS LOOKING
. or- work as houseman or -fireman; un
■.derstands steam.-hot water or furnace
i heat'- is handy., with tools.- - Address
■ Charles Freeman, general delivery. - -
A BOY OF SEVENTEEN WOULD LIKE
i work of some kind; prefers to learn a
f trade of some kind. Address R. G.. 907
. East Third St.. city. '. . '-. —y•• ■
MAN WANTS PLACE - FOR GENERAL 1
> -work. Call at 50" North-Wabasha st.
BY MIDDLE AGED MAN, ANY ; KIND
of work in store, hotel or private rest
t dance; useful all :around; knows house
, and * kitchen - work; . references. Albert.
! 471 Jackson st.TSffl«BsESßrSfc/" ■
WANTED—BY BOY FIFTEEN YEARS
old. position with.' good carpenter '. to
» team the trade. B. McCaslln. 276 East
• University..'t :•-'-. ■ . >'. - ■ -■— •
WANTED — JOB OF 'CARPENTERING
j> by swift, first-class - carpenter. - Address
• Carpenter. 505 Wabasha st. ... - _ . /
YOUNG MAN, SEVERAL YEARS' Ex
perience, wants position In packing and
.' shipping room. H.. 467^ Wabasha st. :
A' BOY SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD
;. wants a place to work rfor board.-while
attending school. > Please call; or address
» 560% Decafur st.-■.■••■..'• '- v-.-*.:
STRONG, SOBER YOUNG MAN WANTS
- position- In wholesale house, reliable.
'Address Willy. 771 Fauquier at- !. . ,
WANTED—A POSITION AS APPREN
•' tlce. to- ." learn the butcher trade;'has
three years'.. experience. Chris. " Rich.
200 East: Fifth st. ■-.--'-. '• ■^:.-,
COACHMAN , WOULD l LIKE POSITION
}> in private * family; , can -.furnish : refer
■■ ence: please give me a call. R. J., 473
■*■ James st. • ■•■■■'.-**- . . • . - . -
A YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY-THREE
years would like a position of any"kind;
•'. can give the best of references. Address
; N. C. Rose. 97 Bmith ay. .^- - >w.. v
YOUNG MAN -WANTS POSITION "AS
; coachman or driving of some'kind; has
-. had experience; well acquainted in city.
Please call or address 480 North Rob
■f ert:st..^clty.,:-- r "■-■—-:
.' -V " ■■ PERSONAL~:;:'S»'^
ROOMS? ADVERTISED IN THE GLOBE
WILL BE REGISTERED IN THE
■ GLOBE'S RENTAL LIST FREE OF
': CHARGE. V WHY NOT SECURE THE
TWO SERVICES- FOR THE PRICE
OTHERWISE ASKED FOR ONE? AD
VERTISE YOUR ROOMS OR BOARD
IN THE GLOBE. -.',:' --:/.:■
PERSONAL—MRS. yKATE :- JOHNSON
,-* gives magnetic treatments; also will call
. : at. your homo and guarantee to cure you
.- of -eczema in four days. Res. 419-421
- "Washington ay. *.. Minneapolis.- Room 14.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
Dr. Wheeler, the old reliable specialist:
43 years' experience. Call on or write
the doctor. Room 306 Globe Bldg.. Min
neapolls. Minn.; tel. T. C. 335.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST—Dis
eases of women; all Irregularities cor
rected; new book. 26c; all you need to
know, private home. Minneapolis of
fice. 412 Nlcetlet ay.
Specialist In rupture and diseases of man.
Century bldg.. 4th st. and Ist ay <».. Mpla.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
out mortgage or Ir.dorser. Only se
curity your name. Others on house
hold furniture, pianos, etc.. without re
moval from your possession. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co.. 316-317 Pioneer
SHORT ' LOANS AT lowest rates
viivhi vl.v«n*_ yon . easy payment. tan
.Furniture, pianos, 730 Globe; bldg/
SEWING MA CHINE*
SINGERS. WHITES. DOMESTIC. STAN
•lards Wheeler & WiLsor.. $13.50; Ur<>;>
h<>ads. 516.50; automatic Wilcox &
Glbbs. patent. $33.80; cash or time: ten
years" guarantee. 99 West Seventh
RATCMT ATTORNEY* :
WILLIAMSON A MERCHANT (JAMES
F. Williamson and-Frank. D. Merchant),
~ patent i attorneys i and i solicitors. Main
: . offlce.-v 929-935 m Guaranty; Loan > Bid*?..
,;Minneapolis. Minn.; branch. Room 52.
i ;McOlU;Bldg.^Washington. D. C^r—^'?«-
: z MJk9SMOe
MISS CLSTA.D TRAINED MASSEUSE,
baking process, massage; : open Sunday.
319 Phoenix Bldg.. corner Cedar f and
i^Seventh »t.; N. W. ptaon* >Mj 742-LI.
HELP : WANTED- rcmaro
WANTED — EXPERIENCED>SOLICIT
or for city «anfl*toca; new ;proposition;
;- ■ salary ior -, commission. Apply . between
10 • and. 11 a. m.. Cedar ay. Ask for
••J. •C. Dooley. ■■".•"
GIRL WANTED FOR FINISHING—
ply Max . Ilessmann.' 61 -.East -f Seventh
YOUNG GIRL ABOUT FOURTEEN CAN
nave place in, private family to assist in
■_- housekeeping at 750 Rondo st. ' ;•■■-• •
. SITUATION WANTED
■;■■ -'■'' Female ;.'. ■ ' :, ■'-:'"-.V
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
girl for general housework in small fam
ily. 169 East Belvidere St., West St.
HOTEL COOK, MONTANA, $40: Ex
■, perienced second : girt. • $16; house - work
ers, ' good places: \ unencumbered . house-
Keepers.--country.- Golden Rule. Em
ployment, 27 East Seventh st.-Cv;V. -':
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY I RON -
ing. caringr-for sick, helping at dinners.
-.receptions or caring for furnished rooms.
«,Ti eUndust^ al Ro«m; phone mornings
■ only.- Main f1273-L2. ' -. - .. --:.-. -■-, ;
A«bu. TROUBLES RESULTING V FROM
nervousness and impure blood - quickly
cured" by Reeves' Iron Pills. -: ■ - . . -
WANTED—TO KEEP HOUSE OR DO
; f general housework, by • lady with child;
will. work for small .wages for a good
t- home; no objection- to • leaving • the city -
' *£? iRI« ft ref«ren«'*- : 128 West Sixth St.!
- third. floor, room 44. -: ■„.■,■.,. • -■;'■!.
WANTED—BY A WOMAN, POSITION
■as housekeeper •or take care: of small
children. .- Address K. H., care Bethel
hotel. . ■ . v • :.-.-•- . ■ ■ . -
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE WORK BY
the day washing. ;. Ironing or cleaning.
Address 550 Wab^sha st.: which car?
.1 HAVE GIRLS FOR IN TOWN OR OUT;
- cooks, diningrooml girls, nurse girls
~;ladles call. 30S Phoenix : Bldg., Cedar
- and Seventh sts. —'- ■'■■ -• --■;-:
YOUNG LADY WITH SOME OFFICE
experience desires employment; either in
store or office:, small.-town preferred;
..good -references \ furnished. Address
Box 172.. Mountain Lake. Minn. .
WANTED—WORK BY THE DAY BY
• a reliable woman. Apply evenings at
rear 417 North Franklin st. ~.: -■
WOMAN WANTS , HOUSECLEANING
v by the day. 27 East Ninth st. ■ - -
POSITION WANTED -BY A YOUNG
lady - to -. db : typewriting '■ and ' shorthand
for practice. Address 419 Grove st.,
St. Paul. . ■ ■ •;-:,
POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
to .do '. typewriting and • shorthand for
practice. Address 779 Cortland st.;-:
WOMAN WANTS ANY KIND OF DAY
c work or work by the week. 128 West
Sixth st, room 33.
WANTED—SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper by a, trustworthy, woman; good
.. home more of an ' object .- than wages.
Address 577 Cedar St.. ...■ ■ ■-. .
TWO GIRLS WANT PLACES FOR
waitress or for laundry work. Call at
507 North • Wabasha st. . - •
GOOD COOK WOULD LIKE A PERMA
nent place in a first-class private fam
ily. * Call at 228 East Tenth ?t. — .-.-
YOUNG LADY 'STENOGRAPHER
would like a position. A. H. ; 162 West
George.'city. ■ . • • ■■■*.-•■■
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN COOK; WILL
leave city for a good place In hotel;
must ,be neat and clean, house. Mrs.-
Morgan. 159 Lafond st., city. Address
'or call. *.. .. w< ,, '.-. ; ■:,. . . ■ .
COMPETENT WOMAN COOK WOULD
• like place as cook-in city or out. Mrs.
A. M. P.. 430 .Wabasha. room 20. '•
WANTED—POSITION AS NURSE GIRL
■ by a girl of 18. Call Sunday afternoon
or Monday, or address 442 Olive st.; city.
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE PLACE' TO
5 go out washing and ironing or house
cleaning. 12 East Seventh st., room 20,
--■ third.- floor. —.*■-- ■ ♦:.■-■■- ■•' . ... ■
SITUATION- .WANTED- TO KEEP
; house or : clo general housework'by lady i
with child almost three years old; will
■ work for. small wages for a good home;
; no objection to leaving:the city a short
distance.' 128 West Sixth st., Room 44,
third floor. •• -..;.•
A WOMAN WITH ONE CHILD FOUR
years would like to assist in light house
. work where there is no washing." more
for home than money. 607 Sims st. -
WASHING—A v GOOD WASHWOMAN
. can take a few more family washings;
'will call-. for clothes. - Address 1413
• Marion. St. ■ " ■ - ~ - ■■■■■-'
WANTED—TO TAKE IN WASHING
.and Ironing. 507 Wabasha st. ■ '
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
wishes ~ position; can assist on • books;
moderate salary,, or will take ; half day
- position. Please address" J. E.. Room
309 McClurp Bldg.. 61 East Sixth st. "
LADY WITH SEVERAL YEARS . EX
'<■ perience 'In bookkeeping and stenog
raphy desires" position at once;, moderate
* salary; willing to leave the city. Ad-
dress E. C". 528 Cedar st. . ■ '
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
. wishes position at once. D. F., 124 West
Flllmore.-aw.-city. v.. - r - ■
WANTED—WASHING AND IRONING
in private families by the day, . also
housecleaning ' and -'■ .washing storm
; windows. ;- Address M.. 259 . .West Fifth
■ st. -' •■' ■■■■ ■•-■:;■ • ■ *--•.•.■.•.-■,•■■ ... - ..■
AN EXPERIENCED OFFICE GIRL
would like position at once. G. T., '42
East Indiana ay.. St. Paul. Minn. "
BRIGHT GIRL OF SIXTEEN WOULD
like a position in doctor's, dentist's or
other office. - Apply : 26 West College.
y;-r '. .y rC INSTRUCTION "
MRS. ST. JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL
■v of Lyceum Dramatic ' School, will give
lessons In St. Paul in the Art of Speech,
Vole* Building. Elocution and Reading.
Defects -of- speech speedily corrected.
■ Prof. Tltcomb's . Studio. O'Halloran
•..81dg... Mondays and Thursdays. 2 to
6 p. m.
NO "FREE" COURSES NOR SCHEMES;
rates always the same; national reputa
tion; -individual instruction; catalogue.
■\ Ra^muK»n -Practical-Business- School,
Globe Bldg. Day and evening sessions.
SHORTHAND FREE - AT. THE> HESS
-» Business College; day and evening
"classes formed" Nov. 3; '•. most wonderful !
. system of shorthand ' ever invented. . Call
•• or write for Information. ■'- ~~ ..' . •
BAKERS DANCING ACADEMY— NEW
■ class for ; beginners - Monday ' evening,
- " Nov. -l«:BD*tter/spend-a" dollar i and get
your moneys worth than - spend ;50
;•■'. cents, and g»?t nothing. i.Vv.;<-v -.• ....r- \
f I BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE AT A SNAP. DEMOCRATIC
- paper at. county T. seat, j official r paper: of
- city and county. in cash has already
— been raised :which, will be. given as ; a
bonus :to "purchaser. Address .£, St. Paul
"Globe." .;:_; l'..~~"~. '.■;'■:<■".'-'.:'•'<' -■■ ' -
MINES AND MINING
CONSULT.- R. B. .. HIGBEE. 312 GER
"; mania i Life Bldg.. St. Paul. 'Minnesota,
.'-* for - lowest prices "' on • stocks.- .
' CITY NOTICE . .
■ ' .
'i?^^ Office »of the l City-Treasurer.
• • . ; St. Paul. Minn.,' Nov. 14. 1904.
All persons Interested -."In", the assess
ments- for* grading Dunlap street, from
Selby. avenue -to. Summit avenue, -.in. the.
City of St. Paul. Minnesota," In accordance
with ;an order of '. the Common Council of,
said city tapprovedi May 24. 1904, will ,take.
■ notice, that: on the sth day of November,
1904. r*dl<l * receive"- a i certain warrant from'
the - City Comptrblltr -of' the : City .' of ~St
Paul for the collection; of the above
named 'assessment: - - -~-. ..■-.
" -The nature of this warrant .is.- that if
you ;fail-to. pay the assessment;within ".■
'; THIRTY PAYS '■'.'■
after the first,:<>ub3icatiojiTof;"this" notlce.
-ir shall "report you and. your real estate.so.
assessed a» ■ delinquent, and apply to 'the
District - Court »of- the County -. of i Ramsey.
Minnesota.- lor Judgment ;v a gainst «',- your
iands. lota, blocks or * parcels/ thereof '. so
assessed,'. including Interest, costs -r and
■ expense*, : and for an order of the Court:
to : sell ■ the dimr for- the-.payment .thereof."
•: \ .. ;.- :'*".•>; UTTO BHEMKR.
; - ,m >.-v- City Treasurer. :
; Nov. 14-1304-It -T^ ..»> 'i"\": -"-■
Office of the City Treasurer
St. Paul. Minn.. Nov. 14. 1904
' Ah persons interested in the reassess
ments for pavin v.ith vitrified brick De- • -
aAnr^s StV" from Bedford street to
Bfaumont street, and * Beaumont street, l
from Edserton street, to Payne avenue .
in the City of , St. Paul. Minnesota -irl^^
accordance with the final „ order of '. tho ■
Common - Council;, of said - city,', approved
February 7 1002. judgment having been
rwS °> ! neDistrict Court of Ramsev
V°"lJjy- cs< to certain .property; V:. -V ■ ? ■
nt VMli ' take " notice, - that on .-. the sth day
of November. 190 i, I «did receive:■ a cer
of"tK?n£?nt from <; the ■ city Comptroller -
of «.„ - 'i v 'of St Paul ? for the J collection
S l ™ f he above-named assessment, —
vo,, fniV a tture :of ■ this "-warrant '- is. - that if
)UU mil to pay the assessment' within
'..:""■ ~ TEN DAYS ■'■■■: -r ---::-/
? f'ir* he firs publication -of this notice;
so «?I. lOrt-y?u,, and >"our real estate
the n^w as "delinquent.-and apply\to.
spy ™V ct Court of the County; of Ram-.
■ sev, Minnesota, for judgment •-• against
jour lands.. lot blocks, or parcels there
2nn ov^ essed ' Itlelud«nß interest, costs
and expenses;.- and: for an order of the
thereof SeU the same, for the P'^ment
_ OTTO BREMER.
: xt" * City Treasurer.
Nov. 14-1904-lt : ' -
:1 CITY NOTICE
Office of the : City Treasurer. ■'■ "'<■
;-"• St. Paul.jMinn., Nov. 14. 1904.
;-. All persons interested in,. the assess
ments for paving with brick . the alley. in.
»n«i ti, i Dayton and Irvine's Addition,
and that - part of said alley lying, in. H.
bLk '^^ Rearrangement of part of said
trZ^ m (tb€ alley to ** paved extending
i^K avenue to Farrlngton nvenue
ac-o^L °lty ?1 St- Paul- Minnesota, in
M? n« with an order of the Common
Council approved July 11. 1904.
*«♦ Vi U tafte notice. \ that on the sth day
or th? off Int1 nt V fn« the Clty Comptroller
of the iZ,°J St' Pul for tn« collection
ti,« above-named assessment. •..-■■
you fahV,^ ° *Khis arrant is. that if
jou,ia» to pay the assessment within
: '-i. -I -■ THIRTY DAYS " . :
If shkn^S Publlcatlon of '■ this notice,
■io?B^«SSh » 'y5 Un and your real cstato
of so assessed, including interest, costs
a£ d,,/ X *PenStf- nd for an «**« of the
thereof the Same for ; the : payment
XT City Treasurer.
Office of the City Treasurer .
- . ; St. Paul. Minn., Nov. 14, 1904
. All persons; interested rin -the^assess
ments for constructing sow",- 0,, Fall
**«*. from Sims street* toTa se " treet
in the City of St. Paul. Mmn.Wt-Y in
Cou°ncif of WUn an»° rflt'r of th" cSfeS
council of said city approved. July :<),
Will take notice, that .on the sth day
of November, 1904.: I did receive a cc •
of Ihor r. rant ffrcP. ni x>tho City Comptroller
of the City of St. Paul for the collection
nl above-named assessment. .
yon «nature of this warrant is. that if
jou fail to pay the assessment within ■
- THIRTY DAYS " ' ••
after the first publication .of this notice,
so shall report - you and your real estate
a^? cf s,ed a3 delinquent, and -apply to
the District Court of the Count >' of PRam
sey. Minnesota, for , judgment .against -
your lands, lots, blocks, or parcels there- •
of so assessed, including interest, costs
and expenses, for an order of the
thereof! Same - °r the «"SW*t
OTTO BREMER. I
„ V- City Treasurer. .
j Office of the city * Treasurer.
mi St> Paul, Minn., Nov. 14. 1904.
All persons interested in the assessment
of benefits, damages, - costs and. expenses
arising from opening,. widening and ex- .
tending Park avenue.; from; University
avenue to Wabasha; street, In ■ the City of
bt' Paul, Minnesota. In . accordance with
an order of the Common Council of said
city approved ' May 24. 1904. . will take
?a«j r ..hat -on tho "5..111 day of November..:
1904 T did receive a certain Warrant from
the City Comptroller of the City of St.
Paul for the collection of the above-named
assessment.'. '.:- . - ... ... ..
The nature of this warrant is. that if
you fail. to pay the assessment within
. THIRTY; DAYS
after ■the first publication of this notici,
I shall report you and your real estate so
assessed as delinquent, and apply to the
District Court of the County of Ramsey,
Minnesota, for judgment against your
lands, J lots, blocks. or parcels thereof so -
assessed, including interest, costs \ ami
expenses, and for an order of the Court
to sell the same for the payment thereof.
'. ...OTTO- BREMER,
V ' City Treasurer.
Nov. S-1904-lt •: .
Office of the City: Treasurer.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 14, 1904. '
All persons Interested in the assessment
of benefits, damages, costs and expenses
arising from a change of grade;on r Gor
man avenue, from Morton street to "Cur
tice, street. In the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, in accordance with an order of the
Common Council of • said - city approved
July 29. 1904.' will take notice, that on the
sth day of November. 1904, I -did receive
a certain warrant - from the City Comp
troller of the Cily of St: Paul for.the col
lection of the above-named assessment. ■ •
The nature of this warrant is, that if
you-fair to pay the assessment within
after the- tirst publication of this notice,'
I shall report you and your real.estate so
assessed'as delinquent, and apply to the .
District Court of the County of Ramsey,
Minnesota, ,for. judgment "against- your
lands, lots, blocks or: parcels thereof so
assessed,- Including interest,; costs ' anil
expenses v and for -an - order ;of the Court
to sell the same for the payment thereof..
- City Treasurer.'
Nov. 14-1904-lt' '■■ '
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey—ss. District Court, Second Ju
In the matter of the Receivership of An
drew A. Klasell. insolvent.
Please take notice that the undersigned,
as Receiver of the above named insolvent
will, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the
Jd day of December, A. D. l!M>4. at the
Fourth street front eritrance of the Court
House, in the City of St. Paul, County of
Ramsey, State of Minnesota, offer for sale
at public auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described property,
belonging to the estate of said insolvent,
known and described as follows, to-wit:
One certain certificate of stock, dated
Sept. 28, A. D. 1897. for 510 shares of
Mock in the American Nickel Mining
One certain certificate of stock, dated
July 7. A. D. 18!>4, for two (2) shares of
stock in the Swedish Co-operative New
One certain certificate of stock, dated
May 23. A. D. 189 S. for I.o<io .shares of
Stock in the Johnson Nickel Mining Com
Also the eight (S) certain promissory
notr>s» described in schedule No. 3 is Bald
t slate, on file in the office of the Clerk of
tli* 1 above named court.
That said sole will be reported by said
Receiver to the District Court abov«
named at the Court House, in the City
of St. Paul. Ramsey County, Minnesota,
at a special term of said court to be held
on the 3d day of December, A. D. 1904,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day.
at which time and place all persona intei -
may appear and be heard In said
matter upon the acceptance and confirma
tion by said court of said sale.
THOMAS R KANE,
Receiver of Andrew A. Klasell. liiK-jlvent,
St. Paul. Minn.
A. E. Boyesen. E^o.. Attorney for Rc
■elver. Ml P. P. nuis.. St. Paul. Minn.
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