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OiilllljiiJLi'JAi' ""O A metal polishers' local of Chicago issued a circular recently, ostensibly for the purpose of answering an article which the president of the Interna tional Metal Polishers wrote in opposi tion to the internatonal withdrawing from the American Federation of Labor and joining the American Labor Union. The circular contained vicious and mallpious roiarepresentsutions of the position of the trade unions and of the American Federation of Labor, and it is to controvert these falsehoods and to show to the trade unionists of our country the peculiar tactics and hostile attitude'of some of the officers of the Western Federation of Miners and the American Labor Union that I deem it necessary to write this article. The American Labor Union had no cause to organize at all, but was cham pioned and strenuously advocated by 1 Edward Boyce. Just one word here. Mr. Boyce was not a trade unionist, but claimed to be a socialist, and the claim of the social ist is "true democracy that is, that "majorities shall rule." But in this in stance he set aside the doctrine of "democracy" and assumed the "one man" principle of control, as exibited in the denunciation of so-called "cap italistic politics." The American Labor Union is today issuing its label to the Bargman Com pany, with a full knowledge that the conditions which surround the em ployes, as to wages, are deplorable, and is making it possible for this com pany to exploit those who are com pelled to toif, and that under the pro tection and guise of so-called union labor. To complete the evidence of fraud and connivance on the part of the American Labor Union, it is only necessary to st^te that the secretary of the local union, and whose name appears as such upon the working card of Lupi Contreras, is the private secre tary and bookkeeper of Mr. Philip H. Bargman, president of the company. On the last charters issued by the American Labor Union there is not to be seen the label of the lithographers or the typographical union upon its face. Which demonstrates conclusively that the American Labor Union has no regard for the label of any other organization that does not pay tribute to it. In the last election in the city of Butte a strange state of affairs developed. The socialists, the "only (true emancipators of the laboring man," according to themselves, demon strated what peculiar creatures they were. In a large number of wards In RELIGIOUS STRIFE IN CANADA. From the St. Paul Despatch. The separate school question which nine years ago placed the liberal party in power in Canada, may by a curious turn of fate, be the means of the defeat of that party, which has held the reins of government since 1896. In the act creating the new provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan!, are provisions for the maintenance of sep arate schools for the religious denomi nation in the minority, in this case the Roman catholics. This provision is distasteful to a large body of the lib erals in Canada, and to several of Premier Laurier's cabinet members. One of them, Clifford Sifton. has re signed, and another is said to be on the point of following his example. The whole Dominion is profoundly stirred by the secterian question, and unless the government abandons its present position, its defeat, it is be lieved, cannot long be delayed. It is unusual that twice within a de cade the fate of a political party In office should hang by a thread on a question involving religious.convlctions The liberal government, aware of the ease with which a storm could be stirred up on this subject, has studi ously avoided injecting the religious element into politics. But the crea tion of new "provinces forced the issue squarely. Sir Wilfred Laurier's tenure of power lies in his solid Quebec sup port. Quebec is overwhelmingly Cath olic. To ignore the Catholics in the new members of the confederacy, meant wrath in Quebec. To legislate in favor of this denomination could not fail to arouse indignation through out the rest of the Dominion. Sir Wif frid has decided to stick by Quebec, sink or swim, and his position and that of the government Is precarious. A SUBTLE HINT. Tenderly, the backward lover takes the' taper fingers of the coy damsel in his palm, and murmurs: I "Ah, would this little hand were I mine!" I After waiting several seconds for Him to continue his remarks, the coy I damsel sighs: I "Just the hand?" "Yes," he vows, looking unutterable things into her eyes. "But," she says, dropping her head, "if you had that hand, both of us would have an odd set of them. wouldn't we? Why don't you And in another moment they are talking whether they will have the parlor furnished in mahogany or vernis martin. I FRANCE FEARS NO LONGER. From the New York Tribune: A marraige, we are told, has been "arranged" between Princess Clemen tine, daughter of the king of the Bel gians, and Prince Victor Napoleoa, I son of the late "Plon-Plon."- Belgium is a country which France regards I with peculiar interest, as one wh.ch should come to her If ever Germany annexes Holland, and, at any rate,, as one with which French relations are peculiarly intimate. As for Prince Vic* tor, he is the "official" Bonapartlst pretender, and is probably by fftr the most formidable—perhaps it would be I better to say least insignificant,^—of all existing aspirants to the French throne. For these reasons time was, and not long ago, when suc'A a mar riage as this would have loomed por tentlous upon the Gallic horizon there would have been interpellations, pro tests, diplomatic messages, a ministe* rial crisis and visions Innumerable ol a man on horseback. Bu.t now? The French government simply saya, In an offhand way: "Bless you, my children! Marry and be happy. 7/Yance doesn't care a row of pins aboot it!" A STORY OF "FUNNY" UNIONISM Socialism as It is Practiced, With A Tinge of "Frenzied Finance." By M. GRANT HAMILTON, of Colorado. I the city it was found that the socialist ticket had been voted straight, but that the vote on the amendments to the constitution submitted to the voters had been "voted against." These amendments were for the "constitu tional amendment for the eight hour day," the statutrory act being already upon the statutes and an amendment to the constitution prohibiting the em ployment of children under a certain age. A large per cent of the socialist vote was recorded against these amend ments. Think of it! These simon-pure socialists, these crusaders for a new civilization, voting Against the eight hour day and Against the prohibition of employ ment of children of tender age. It is stated that the American Labor Union pays strike benefits to all its affiliates. It is unable to pay a single dollar to any of them, and a cursory examination of its financial condition will prove the statement. If you don't believe this ask for a financial state ment and you can see for yourself. The entire history of the American Labor Union is replete with everything that is obnoxious to true trade union ism and destructive to the interests of the working people of our entire coun try. To return once more to Mr. Boyce, the founder of the American Labor Union. Mr. Boyce today is a very wealthy man. Mr. Boyce was once an ardent socialist. He was president ot the Western Federation of Miners. What do you suppose his sympathy amounted to when coined into dollars and eents when the Western Federa tion of Miners appealed for aid in their Colorado struggle? Tou couldn't guess what he gave to support his ardent theory of socialism. I will tell you. He contributed $100, and' he is worth today $250,000 if he Is worth a cent. We hear nothing of Mr. Boyce's social ism today,- while he basks in the sun shine of southern California every win ter and disburses the wealth "wrung from the brawn and sinew" of mem bers of the Western Federation of Miners employed by his company. He does not divide. Oh, no. Any member of the recognized labor movement of this country is not alarmed over the American Labor Union/ It is financially and morally bankrupt, its scheme of organizaxtton is the revamped Knights of Labor idea that died a. natural death, and it will ere long be laid beneath the clods of the silent valley of oblivion, to give undivided and successful sway to the American Federation of Labor in its onward march for labor's disenthrall ment. MINCE PIE FEATURE IN KANSAS Whea on Dinner Mean Not One Guests Asks For Amy Other Ktad, From the Youth's Companion: An Easterner on his way to Califor nia was delayed by the floods in Kan sas and was obliged to spend the night in a humble hotel—the "best in the town. The bill of fare at dinner time was not very elaborate, but the travel er noticed with joy that at the bottom of the card, printed with pen and ink, was a startling variety of pies. He liked pies, and tjiere were cus tard, lemon, squash, rhubarb, Wash ington, chocolate, mince, apple and berry pies and several other varieties. He called the waitress to him. "Please get me some rhubarb pie," said he. "I'm afraid we hain't got any rhu barb pie," she drawVed. He took another glance at the list. "Well, get me some squash pie. please." "We haven't got that, either." "Berry pie?" "No." "Lemon pie?" "No." "Chocolate pie?" "I'm sorry, war "Well, what on earth are they all written down here for? On to-day's bill of fare, too!" "Well, I'll tell you," said the girl, apologetically. "The list is always written down here for show when we have mince jide, because when we have mince pie rjo one asks' for anything else." WHY THEN! "Did yom finish your shopping today, my dear?" asks the model husband. "Yes, I think so," answers the trust ing wife. "You think so?" "Yes. I don't know though. You see. I went to get my hat, and there were so mar.y, and all of them so pretty, that I got five of them. "Fivte? Why did you do that?" "I—fteally, I must have lost my head.'* "In that case, why get a hat at all?" Subscribe for "The Labor World." 81.00. LADIES ONLY. Dr. Le Due's 'Pennine French tlvely warranted to Female Regulator ™rgb0Vhne of Monthly Stoppages, Irregularities. Obstructions and Suppressions brought on from whatever PATHOLOGICAL cause, or return money. $2 a package or 3 for $5.Sent anywhere prepaid on receipt of price. Insist on getting this remedy, other* will disappoint you. Druggists try to sell others, but do not be deceived. City Oil Director? FEDERATED TRADES ASSEMBLY— Meets second and fourth Friday of aach month at Kalamaaoo building. President, Joseph Shartel vice president, S. S. McDonald financial secretary-treas urer, Chas. J. McDowell recording and corresponding secretary, J. A Barron, 117 West Second street reading clerk, Geo. Northfield. 121 E. Superior street. AM ALGA MATED MEAT CUTTERS and Butcher Workman Local 12.—Meeta at Kalamazoo block, 18 W. Superior street, second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. President, L. Bernhard: vice president, W. H. Sansam finan cial secretary, Geo. Northfield, 121 B. ,Superior street recording secretary. Wan. Tunell, 1916 W. Fourth street treasurer. Fred Sohoenlngv BUILDING TRABBI COUNCIL*—Meeta first and third Monday a.t B., Kalamazoo building. President, Sa muel Mahan vice president, Jas. Powers financial secrtary, Geo. Schu ler treasurer. Ole Larson recording secretary, J. D. Meldahl, 06 So. Bird •ve. West. MAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS' UN Ion. No. 109—Meets first and third Saturday of each month at 18 West Superior street*. President Conrad Neustel vice president, Henry Jacob aon treasurer,/ John Lind secretary of sick and death fund, George Wassum. City Bakery. West Superior Wis. fin ancial secretary, H. B. 7kstrom record ing secretary. Richard Richter, 218 Wast 4th at BREWERY WORK.ERJ5' UNION NO. 183 —Meets the tirst Saturday of each month at the Kalamaaoo building. No. 18 West Superior street. President. A. Stenglem vice president. Chas. Unden recording secretary, Robt. Wentland treasurer, Chas Gooder financial sec retary, Rudolph Schipper, 415 Bast 9th street. CARPENTERS' UNION—Meeta Tuesday evenings at Kalamaaoo building. President, Geo. Berger vice president, James Johnston recording secretary, W. K. Fowler treasurer, JBdw. Erick son financial secretary, J. J. Mork, 2407 West 6 th. St. CIGARMAKBRS' UNION NO. Meets first ^and third Wednesdays of aach month at Kalamaaoo building, 18 West Superior street. President. W.Wil klns vice president. Peter Suffels finan cial secretary- treasurer, Matt Ettinger, 828 West Superior street recording-corre sponding secretary, Paul Pneuman, 307 East Sith street. COOKS AND WAITERS' UNION NO. 5S —Meets every second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Kalama aoo building. President lie Cope land vice president, Chris. Jenson sec retary, Ida Spring treasurer, Geo. Wanch financial secretary and busi ness agent, Emil Hollander, 706 West Superior St. DULUTH MUSICIANS' UNION NO. 18, A. F. of M. Meets first Tuesday of aach month at Kalamazoo Blk, Hall A. President,' Arthur Howell vice presi dent, H. W. Lanncrs financial secre tary, Louis Mostue treasurer, Chas. A. Gregory sergeant at arms, Henry Flaaten recording secretary Ingvald Westgaard, 7 and 9 First avenue West. ELECTRICAL WORKERS' UNION NO. 81.—Meets on the first, third and fifth Thursdays of each month, In the Axa building, 221 West Superior street President, Wm, F. Murnlan. 229 N. 54th avenue W. financial secretary, C. W. Higgins, 418 8th Ave. W. recording secretary, H. J. Gibbs, 1029 W. First st. LATHERS' UNION. NO. 12, W. W. M. L. F.—Meets on the second and fourth Friday of each month at Kala mazoo block. President, Geo Walters vice president, W. C. Campbell sec retary, Albert Meldahl, 306 South Sixty-third avenue West treasurer L. Hanson, South Sixty-first avenue West. LICENSED TUG MEN'S PROTECTIVE Association, Zenith Lodge No. 1.— Meets every Wednesday during the win ter season at Clark block, 21 West Su perior st. President, C. H. Green first vice president, Martin Cole second vice presi dent, Chas. McEachren financial secre tary, R. F. Barrows, 21 58th Ave. E. treasurer, J. H. Bishop. LEATHER WORKERS' UNION, NO. «S, (U. B. of L. W. on H. G.) meets at Kalamazoo block on the first and third Fridays of each month. President, C. E. Brownson vice president. Lent Stephens financial secretary and treas urer, Frank Richardson, 8% West Fifth street recording secretary, C. J. Mc Dowell, 213 Third avenue West chaplain, Aiex Johnson guard, Jos. Mellk. MARINE ENGINEERS' BENEFICIAL Association, No. 78.—Meets every Wednesday of each month during the Winter months at Engineers' hall, Ly ceum Bldg. President, Jas.H. Bishop first vice president, Chas. Hector sec ond vice president, J. J. McCoy treas urer, A. Harvey corresponding secre tary, J. P. Burg, 2722 Minnesota Ave. financial secretary. George Trevillion. MACHINISTS' UNION, ZENITH LODGE No. 247. I. A. of M.—Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month at AJax building, 221 West' Superior street. President, N. P. White vice president Jos. Pringle, financial secre tary, C. M. Lynn, 29th street, Park Point treasure^ Frank Booren, 514 Fifty-sev enth avenue West corresponding and re cording secretary, O. B. Paine, No. 4 Osborne Terrace. Affiliated with Trades Assembly. RETAIL CLERKS' UNION NO. S~ Meets 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at the Kalamazoo Block, third floor. President, C. W. F. Hegg first vice president, E. Boxtn, second vice president, Matt Malley recording sec retary, Frank George financial sec retary, Edwin Hoch treas., J. M.' Ken nedy, care M. S. Burrows. SHEET METAL WORKERS' UNION No. 82, A. S. M. W. I. A.—Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Kalamazoo block, 8 p. m. President, Fred Burbig vice president, Henry Rau financial secretary, L. C. Barman corresponding and recording secretary, Tim Timlin, 512% East Fourth street treasurer, R. Little conductor, Victor Berg warden, H. Jeronlmus. STATIONARY FIREMEN'S UNION, NO. 187 (I. B. of a. F.)—Meets on the third Tuesday of each month in Kalama zoo block. President, John A. Leding ham vice president, Jos. Franknowsky guide, Chris G. Larson eecretary-treas urer, John Noble, 402 Lake Avenue south. STEAM FITTERS' UNION No. 426—Meets second and fourth Friday of each month until July 1st, 1905, in the Brunnell Block, in Superior, Wis. President. E. J. Yea ger vice president, Chas. Oman treas urer, O. G. Larson, recording and cor responding secretary, Louis Kohler. 712 West Superior street. STEAM ENGINEERS' UNION HO. 15, —Meet every Thursday In tha Marine Engineers' hall in the Lyceum Bldg. Presldenti' J. 3. Abbot, vice president, Alex McDonald, financial secretary, Louis Huber treasurer, M. Brown re cording secretary, L. W. Gillelend, 2513 West First street. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO. 18k— Meets first Sunday In each month at Kalamaaoo block. President. J. A. Barron vice president. William Fergu son recording secretary- W. R. East man .financial and corresponding sec retary and treasurer, Augut..ine Mur phy, 503 \». 2nd street. TUG FIREMAN AND LINEMEN'S UN ion No. 2.—Meets every Monday even ing during winter months at the L. T. P. A. halL 21 West Superior street. Presi dent, M. B. Glockle vice president, Wm. Wilson .financial secretary and treasur et, Albert Elliott, 412 Fourth St. record ing secretary, Geo. Faulkner. PLUMBERS' AND GASFITTERS'. local union No. 11.—Meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Kalamazoo Hall. President, John Keenan vice president. Maurice Con nell recording secretary, T. E. Fish sargeant at arms, Paul Heideman fin. sec'y.-treaa.. J. J. Mullen. 224 W. 4th street. PAINTERS, DECORATORS AND Paperhangers—Meets every Tuesday at Hall C. Kalamazoo block. President, E. S. Kromroy vice president, Jas. Hickey treasurer, B. A. Diers finan cial secretary, M. Olseth, 120 East Su perior street recording secretary, Jas. H. Powers, 81 East Third street. PLASTERERS' UNION, No. 83, O. P. I. A.—Meets on second and fourth Wed nesday of each month at Kalamazoo block. President, W. J. Darby vice president, Chas McDonald financial Secretary, E. Perrot, Duluth Heights corresponding secretary, W. J. Watts, Highland avenue, Duluth Heights delegates to tha Building Trades Coun eiir^an Mahtm, Btrvmgren, R. Car aon. ORDER FOR HEARING ON CLAIMS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF St. Louis—ss. In Probate Court, Special Term, March 18th, 1906. In-the Matter of the Estate of Murdo Mc- Ewen, Deceased: Letters .of administration on the estate of Murdo McEwen, deceased, late of the County of El Paso, State of Colorado, being granted to William B. McEwen It is ordered, that three months be and the same is hereby allowed from and af ter the date of this order, in which all persons having claims or demands against the said deceased are required to file the same In the Probate Court of said County for examination and allowance, or be for ever barred. It Is further ordered, that Monday, the 19th day of June, 1905, at 10 o'clock A. M., at a special term of said Probate Court to be held at the Probate Office In the Court House in the City of Duluth, in said County, be and the same hereby is appointed as the time and place when ana where the said Probate Court will examine and adjust said Claims and de mands. And It Is further ordered, that notice of such hearing be given to all creditors and persons Interested in said estate by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks in the Labor World, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Duluth. in said County. Dated at Duluth, Minnesota, this 13th day of March, A. D. 1906. By the Court. gborProbate tal Court, St. Louis Co., Mlaa,). World, March 18-26, April 1. ORDER FOR HEARING APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT OF AD MINISTRATOR. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF St. Louis—as. In Probate Court, Special Term, March 13th, 1906. In the Matter of the Estate of Felix Ba durski, Deceased: On receiving and filing tha petition, of Frank Miller, of the County or St. Louis representing, among other things, that Felix Badurskl, late of the County of St. Louis, in the State of Minnesota, on the 8th day of February, A. D. 1906, at the County of St. Louis, died Intestate, and being an Inhabitant of this County at the t}me of his death, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this County, and that the said petitioner is a credi tor of said deoeased, and praying that administration of said estate be to Anton Kucharskl granted It is ordered, that said petition be heard before said Court on Monday, the 10th day of April, A. D. 1906. at ten o'clock A. M., at the Probate office, in the Court House in the City of Duluth, In said County. Ordered further, that notice hereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all persons Interested, by publishing this order once in each week for three suc cessive weeks prior to said day of hear ing, In the Labor World, a weekly news paper printed and published at Duluth, In said County. Dated at Duluth, Minnesota, this 13th day of March, A. D. 1906. By the Court, I J. B. MIDDLECOFF, Judge of Probate. S al Probate Court, St. Louis Co., Minn.) bor World, March, 18-26, April 1. NOTIC® OF MORTGAGE SALE. Notice is hereby given that default has been made in the. payment of prin cipal and interest according to the terms of that certain mortgage which was made, executed and delivered by C. N. Feetham, mortgagor, to Lillian I. Feetham, mortgagee, which mort gage is dated the 6th day of January, A.D. 1908, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for St. Louis county, Minnesota, on the 28th day of August, A.D. 1908, at one o'clock P.M., in Book 163 of Mortgages, on page 598. The amount claimed to be due and which is due on said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of five hundred and nine dollars ($509.00). That the mortgaged premlsea are sit uated in the.county of. St, Louis and State, of Minnesota and are described as. follows Lots *^v4n (7) and '^ight ($) hi Block three (3) in Chandler Park Addition td Duluth and Lot one (1) In Block fifty-two (52), Oneota, according to the recorded plats thereof. That said mortgaged premises will be sold at public auction by virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort gage, at the front door of the court house in the City of Duluth, county of St. Louis and State of Minnesota, on Monday the 1st day of May, A.D. 1906, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy said mortgage debt, and taxes If any paid after the date of this notice and prior to sale thereunder, and the costs and disbursements of this foreclosure sale which includes an attorney's fee of twenty-five ($25.00) dollars provided for in said mortgage. Dated March 15, 1905. LILLIAN I. FEETHAM. Mortgagee. HOMER C. FULTON. Attorney for Mortgagee, Duluth. Minnesota. Labor World, Mar. 18-25, Apr. 1-8-16-22. ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF DE SCENT OF LAND. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF St. Louis, sb. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Fred W. Rice (sometimes written Fred K. Rice), The petition of Edward Lynch having been duly made and filed in this Court, representing among other things that one Fred W. Rloe, alias Fred K. Rice, who resided last prior to his death at St. Paul, State of .Minnesota died at St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, about 1870, seized of an estate of inheritance In cer- terest In said lands, and that more than five years have elapsed since the death of said Fred W. Rice, deceased, and that no will has been probated, and adminis tration has not been granted or had of said estate in this State, and praying that the descent of said lands and of the In terest of said petitioner therein be by this Court determined and said lands assigned to such persons as may be entitled thereto by law. Now, therefore, it la ordered that said petition be heard at a term of this Court to be held at the Court House, in the City of Duluth. in said County .of Bt Louis, State of Minnesota, on Monday, the 8rd day of April, A. D. 1906, at ten clock a. m. It Is further ordered, that notice of said hearing of said petition be given by the publication of this order once, in each week for three auccesa sive weeks in the Labor World, a weekly newspaper printed and published In sala St Louis County, Minnesota. Dated at Duluth, Minn., this 9th day of March, A. D. 1905. By the Court, ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF DE SCENT OF LAND. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF St. Louis—ss. In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Delia D. KIngsley, Deceased: The petition of F. A. KIngsley, having been duly made and filed In this Court, representing among other things that one Delia D. KIngsley who resided last prior to his death at South Bethlehem, In the State of Pennsylvania, died at South Bethlehem, in the County of Northamp ton. State of Pennsylvania, on the 31st day of October, 1887, seized of an estate of Inheritance hi certain lands in the County of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, described in said petition, and that said petitioner baa an interest in said landa. and that more than five yean have elapsed since the death of said Delia D. KIngsley, deceased, and that no will has been probated, and administration has not been granted or had of said estate in this State, and praying that the de scent of said lands.and of the interest of said petitioner therein be by thia Court n«'1 ViM lent* «t» tssu such persons as may be entitled thereto by law. Now, therefore, it is ordered that the said petition be heard at a term of this court to be held at the Court House, In the City of Duluth, In said County of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, on Monday, the 3rd day of April A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock A. M. It is further ordered, that notice of said hearing of said petition be given by the publication of this order once In each week for three successive weeks ki the Labor World, a. weekly newspaper printed and published in said St Louis County, Minnesota. By the Court, J. B. MIDDLECOFF, Judge of Probate. Dated March 2nd, 1906. (Seal Probate Court, Bt. Louia Co., Minn.) Labor World, March U-18-35, ORDER FOR HEARING ON CLAIMS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF St. Louis—sa. In Probate Court Gen eral Term. March «h. 1905, In the Matter of the Estate of William Burke, Deceased: Letters of Administration on the estate of Wm. Burke, deceased, late of the County of St Louis, State of Minnesota, being granted to Felix McAllnden, It is ordered, that three months be and the same Is hereby allowed from and af ter the date of this order, in which all fhe J. B. MIDDLECOFF, Judge of Probata. tenons having claims or demands against said deceased are required to file the same in- the Probate Court of said Coun ty, for examination and allowance, or be forever barred. It is further ordered, that Monday, the 2., th day of June, 1906, at 10 o'clock A. at a Special term of said Probate Court to be held at the Probate Office in the Court House in the City of Duluth, in aald. County, be and the. same hereby is appointed as the time and place when and where the said Probate Court will examine and adjust said claims and de mands. And It is further ordered, that notioe of such hearing be given to all creditors and persons Interested In said estate by publishing this order once in each week for three successive weeks in the Labor World, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Duluth, in said County, Dated at Duluth, Minn., this 6th day of March, A. D. 1906. By the Court, J. B. MIDDLECOFF, Judge of Probate. (Seal Probate Court, St. Louis Co., Minn.) Labor World, March 11-18-26. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Notice is hereby given that application has been made to me by F, A. iCingaley, Llde K. Arter, Mary K. Clark, Ella K. Earl and Martha McCombe under the provisions of Chap. 42 Gen. Statutes of 1878 of the State of Minnesota and act3 amendatory thereof for a deed to the following described tracts of land, sit uate in St. Louis County, Minnesota So much of Lot 73, Foster street, in that part of Duluth formerly called Portland, according to the recorded plat thereof, as underlies lots 11 and 12, Block 27, Portland Division of Duluth, according to the recorded plat thereof so much of lots 69, 71, 72 and 74 Foster street, in said That Part of Duluth Formerly Called Portland as underlie LotB 13, 14, 15 and 16, Block 27, said Portland Division o_f Du luth so much of lots $9, 70, 71, 72, 67 and 74, East Clifton street. In said That Part of Duluth Formerly Called Portland as underlie Lot 13, Block 16, said Portland Division of Duluth so much of Lots 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 26. Wast Cad well Street, in said That part of Duluth, formerly called Portland, as underlie Loi 6, Block 62, said Portland Division of Du luth so much of lots 27, 29/ 30, 31} 32 and 34, West McAdam Street, In said Tha: Part of Duluth formerly called Portland as underlie Lot 8, Block 103, Portland Di vision of Duluth so much of lots 54, 50, 58, 60, 62 and 64, West Perry Street, In that part of Du&th formerly called Port land as underlie Lots 1 and 2, Block 125, said Portland Division of Duluth, and so much of Lots 43, 44, 46, 48, 50 and 52, West Austin Street, in that part of Duluth, formerly called Portland, as underlie Lots 1 and 2, Block 156, said Portland Di vision of Duluth. Said application will be heard before the Court at the Court House in the City of Duluth, on Saturday April 8th, 1906 at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time ail persons claiming such portions are hereby summoned and reauired to. at-, tend and establish such rights to receive a deed for the portion of said lota above described or to raake any objections they may have to the granting of said appli cation. And It is hereby ordered that notice of said application and bearing be given to all parties in interest by the publication hereof in the Labor World, a weekly newspaper printed and published in said City of Duluth once in each week for three successive weeks before the day of said hearing. Dated March 8th, 1906. judge of said District Court Labor World, March 11-18-25. 1905. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF St. Louis—District Court, Eleventh Judicial District. Wallace H. Wells, Plaintiff, vs. Minneapolis Trust Company (a corpora tion) Trustee, George G. Barnum, Laura M. Barnum, and all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest in the real estate described In the complaint here in Defendants. The State of Minnesota to the Above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the oomplaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which com plaint has been filed In the office of the clerk of said court in the city of Duluth, county of St Louis and State of Minneso ta and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at bis office in the City of Duluth, in said county, within twenty days after the ser vice of this summons upon you, exclu sive of the day of such service and if you fail' to answer the said complainc within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in aald complaint. Dated this 21st day of January, 1905. WILLIAM J. STEVENSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office: Suite 406 Palladlo Bldg., Duluth, Residence: 6719 Oneida Street, Duluth, Minnesota. fl&le of cause as on summons above.) NOTICE OF %IS PENDENS. Notice !a hereby riven that an action has been oommenced ki .the district, ?ourt, llth Judicial District, St. Louis county, Minnesota-, wherein Wallace- H. Wells is plaintiff and Minneapolis Trust Company (a -corporation) Trustee, George G. Bar numr Laura M.. Barnum, and all other persons or parties unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, are defendants. That the object of the action Is to quiet title in the plain tiff to said premises and to determine the adverse claims of defendants and each of them, to said premises, and to con firm in the plaintiff a good and valid title thereto. Tnat the premises affected by said ac tion are situated In St. Louis Counfy, Minnesota, and described as follows: Lots 3, J. B. MIDDLECOFF, Judge of Probate. (Seal Probate Court, St. Louis Co., Minn.) Labor World, March 11-1S-36. 4 and 6 WILLllAM J. STEVENSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, Duluth, Minn. Dated January 21, 1906. Labor World, March 4-11-18-25. April 1-8, 1906. SHERIFF'S EXECUTION SALE. Under and by virtue of an Execution issued out of and under the seal of the District Court pf tha State of Minnesota, in for the Eleventh Judicial District, and County of 8L Louis, on the 20th day of February. 1966, upon a judgment ren dered and docketed kt aald Court and County la an action therein, wherein Al bert J. Thomas was plaintiff and Annie Wellington and Martin Wellington De fendants in favor of aald Plaintiff and against aald Defendants, for the sum of One Hundred Twenty-eight and »-10O Dollars, which said Execution has to me. ae Shertft ot «aSd tt- Louis Codnty, been duly directed and delivered. I have leyieu nt*n and win sell at Public gjtetlon. f« the highest cash bidderr-at,the Front DOQI of the Court House in the City of Du luth, in said County of St. Louis, on Wed/ resday the 19th day of April, 1905 at tec o'clock in the forenoon of that day, ali the right, title and interest that thjl above named Judgment debtors had fn and to the real estate hereinafter de scribed on the 23rd day of January, 19QJl that being the date of the rendition 's! said Judgment, or that they have ac quired since that date, the description of the property being as follows to-wlt Lot Twenty-eight (28) In Block Twenty* eight (28), Re-arrangement of First Ad dition to Eveleth, St. Louis County, Min nesota, according to the recorded plat thereof. Dated, Duluth, Minn., February 2trd,* 1905. WM. J. BATES, Sheriff St. Louis County, MlniL By S. L. PIERCE m. R7th Ave. Wast Ar (.v .ftoeter *Ar. Ar. ..Issa JoncUoa Ar. .lCoustsls Ilea*... Ar Virginia Ar. frtwtt Ar. Sptrta Ar. ....Blwsblk...««v A» Sjfrbfeg.... air. Dally swept Sands?. Heroins trains from Dull ssettoa at ftslny Junction Hallway tor Astaaira and flnia. S 10112 10:40 10:86 10:30 10»6« 11:80 UM IS KM p: lis fir. 12:45 pm of Block 1: Lots 1. 2. 3. and 4 of Block 4 Lota^ 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, T, 8. 9, 10, II* IS and 18, being all of Block 5 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10. 11, 12 of Block 8 Lots 1, t, S, 4 and 5 of Block 18 Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Block 20 Lots 11. 12, 13. 14, 16, tt, 17 and 18 Of Block Lota 1, 1 *. 6. 7, 8 and 9 of Block 23 and Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 of Block 26, all In Kenwood Park Addition to Du luth, Minnesota,, according to the recorded plat thereof. Deputy, A. J. THOMAS, Attorney for Judgment Creditor. Feb. 26, March 4-11-18-25. April 1. VASTEST TRAINS. SHORTEST TIME, BEST SERVICE. Tha OBI? Llse Running Solid Tialaa BctWees Dnlnth and CfcliagS Wtthmt Change of Om. CHICAGO FAST MAIL train leaves Duluth 6 p. m., arrives in Chicago 7 a. following morning. Mak ing elose connections for all points East and South. Paul and Mimieapolu Service. TWILIGHT LIMITED" leaves Du luth 4 p. m., arrives at St. Paul and Minneapolis same evening early, making close connections for all points West. •laagers, Oheevvatfoa Can, Dtafetl Cui and Chair Can These Trains. FOR TICKETS and sleeping oar reservations, or steamship tickets and reservations to all points in Europe, call on or write D. A. Blakeney, Tlekrt Agent, Ml W. Street. Duluth, Railroad Time Tables. NORTHERN PACIFIC RY, Leave. Arrive. 4:00 pml 1:00 am I:*S Ashlsadl and gaat Ashland and Bast 5rT::: •'DTTttmi aaosT uxs.N Mere. 1 **9 ami 1:06 pm nine pm 2: it: Sr. 9:N am Av. U:00 mm J. D. ENSIGN, Antes. m. ravx. m»A3&ous :*£8 oalsa jK^say?& llest^ipiS*7 nwi EQK1S. IA. tS|B DLUUTH, MteSABE 4 NORTHERN "l -t RAILWAY COMPANY. Ml. A.H. 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