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NOT A LABOR UNION MATTER.
Thoughtful citizens will not be be­
trayed, we trust, into misapprehend­
ing the real Issue in the Geompers
Mitchell-Morrison case, by any. appeal
to class prejudices based upon the
feet that the case originated in labor
union methods which they dislike.
"Whatever it may have been in the
foegirining, the case is no longer at
bottom a labor union controversy. It
has raised the immeasurably higher
question of whether one of the great
traditions and guarantees of American
liberty shall be wiped out. This case
is to determine not whether a labor
boycott is legal, but whether the right
to speak and publish freely shall re­
main in full force in our country, sub­
ject only to responsibility to a jury
for its abuse-
For purposes of restraint upon free­
dom of speech and press, the process
of prohibition by injunction, of trial
by a judge without a jury, and of
punishment (by penalties for contempt,
is manifestly no part of the Law of
this land. And that is none the, less
true and none the less vital because
the alleged abusers of their constitu­
tional right happen to be working
men. It is none the less true because
they happen to be workingmen or­
ganized in unions. It is none the less
true because they happen to be poor
instead of rich.
I The Washington injunction which
assumed to censor "The American
1
Federationist" and to subject its edi­
tors to processes and penalties un­
known for that purpose to the law
of the land, was not a court decision
to be respected by good citizens. It
was a wanton and dangerous usurpa
tion of power to be unflinchingly op
posed, both in court and out of court
—by ballot and public appeal, as well
as through the judicial machinery,
As such, it was richly and lawfully
as well as commendably ignored by
the men whose constitutional rights
is assailed.
What Governor Altgeld predicted
when he denounced "government by
injunction" is fast coming to pass.
In the Gompers-Mitchell-Morrison
case we have the example of the
•anticipated use of the injunction pro­
cess as a substitute for jury trial for
alleged abuses of the right of free
speech and free press.
These labor unions and labor lead­
ers and labor editors, if they abused
their rights of free speech and free
press by proclaiming the fact of a
labor boycott upon the Buck stoves,
or even toy advising this boycott,
should have been prosecuted in the
regular, the orderly, the only lawful
way. They should have been sued
for damages or indicted for crime,
and been tried by a jury. That is
what the law demands, if they were
to be tried at all. That is what peace
and order require. That is what good
citizenship stands for.
And why is it that this was not
done if these men had really offended
against the law? Only the disorderly
anc lawless or the ignorant among
our citizenship would d"n:and. and
only the despotic among our judges
would defend, any other course. For
any other course involves usurpation,
and usurpation is the worst of crimes.
By ignoring and thereby defying the
lawless injunction of the Washington
judge, an injunction well calculated if
not deliberately designed to deprive
them of lawful rights and a regular
trial for alleged abuse of those rights,
they nave defied no law of this land.
It is the judge that defies the law
Niger's seer.
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EXPERIENCE
TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS AC.
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cniuiueiitl»l. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent inc. oiiioHt ncetifiy for nooning patents.
Patents taken throurh Jlunn A Co. recelvc
special notice, without ciiarge, In the
(i. handsome!? lUnntratoi weekly. Largest eta
ulatlon or any si'ientitio Journal. Terras. S3 a
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
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COMPANY.
"The Vermilion Route."
Veave Duluth Arrive
Knife River Two Har-
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leth and \Mrginla.
except Sunday. !Sunday only.
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yiliife
''rfiiiii!llfci
when his Injunctions are usurpations
of power and not the citizens who
refuse obedience to such despotic
mandates.—The Sar, San Francisco.

AMUSEMENTS.
"THE ALASKAN" COMING.
"Walking down the street of a cer­
tain one-night stand recently, Edward
Martindel, of John Cort's "Alaskan"
Opera company, stumped his toe.
Looking to see what had impeded his
progress he discovered it was a dia­
mond ring. The Biblical saying that
"to him who hath shall be given," in
the case of Mr. Martindel, fits like
the preverbial glove. Gifted by nature
with an unusual voice, magnificent
physique and a charming personality,
he naturally beats the fellow looking
for a long drink by about half a mile
and falls unconsciously over a small
diamond mine, while the other fellow
is hustling for smokes and sinkers.
Thus the world goes on and the man
of brains wins, while the fellow of
brawn "guesses" and finds himself
finally trying to break his way
through a stone wall-
When Emma Eames made her first
concert* tour four years ago, she -ad
as an assisting artist Emilio de Go
gorza, the baritone, who now shares
the honors with the operatic favorite
as a co-star. At that time though
little known Gogorza treated his audi­
ences to the novel seijsation of an
elecerical surprise. So vibrant a voice
so distinguished an operatic style had
not been expected from any one v?ho
was a stranger to the greater part of
the public who heard him at that
time. Repeated hearings since then
have only confirmed the fact that his
singing is a revelation and an example
of excellence^'
The combination of Emma Eames
and Mr. Gogorza in one concert will
be a musical treat of exceptional
beauty and will be the last appear­
ance here of the great American
soprano for an indefinite period, as
she has decided not to return to
America next winter for the opera.
The l?eames-Gogorza concert will be
given in the Lyceum theater on March
28th.
A genuine novelty of "The Girl
Question," the delightful music play
by Hough and Adams, and with music
by Joseph E. Howard, which comes
to the Lyceum on Feb. 22 and 23, is
the musical typewriter number, which
opens the third act. The chorus girls
representing the stenographers are
seated at machines, and as they oper­
ate the keys chimes operated by elec­
tricity and placed all over the house,
chime an accompaniment to the words
of their- song. The audience is al­
ways mystified at this number and. in­
variably demand a dozen encores.
CITY OF UNIQN HEADQUARTERS.
Kansas City, lHce Indianapolis,
boasts of having many head offices of
international unions. The following
organizations, affiliated with the
American Federation of Labor are lo­
cated in that city:
Brotherhood of Railway, Clerks,
Brotherhood of Leather Workers on
Horse Goods, Amalgamated Sheet
Metal Workers, Boilermakers and Iron
Ship Builders of America, and Coop­
ers' International Union of North
America.
WORLD
borne Show Girls in John Oort's Famous Comic Opera "The Alaskan," Matinee and Night, Feb. 20
NEW STYLE TOILETTES
WORN BY BRIDESMAIDS
From a London Letter to the New
York Herald's Paris Edition.
At the wedding of Lady Dorothy Os­
borne to Lord Glajiiis the bridesmaids
all slaters of the bride and bridegroom,
struck an altogether new note in their
tailettes. They were of white satin,
very simply made, and over them were
worn short Romeo cloaks qf Nattire
blue satin just reaching to the waist.
To match these they wore on their
heads semi-clroular wreaths of blue
ribbon and deep roses and carried bou­
quets of Enchantress carnations. Their
ornaments, diamond and amethyst cir­
cular brooches, with a diamond "G" in
the center, were gifts from the bride­
groom.
'me pages, the little earl of Carmar­
then, heir to the dukedom of Leeds,
and the Hon. Bowes-Lyon wore blue
sillt court suits.
In the bride's dress also there was
a distinct touch of novelty, for the
train, instead of bsing merely slung
from 'the shoulders, had two ends
brought over the shoulders in folds
to the center of the corsage, where
they were secured by a diamond and
pearl ornament. The dress itself was
of chiffon over Liberty satin, with
satin embroideries. Her veil was
caught tu the hair at the back by a
diamond clasp.
EXCAVATIONS IN THE FORUM.
From the New York Times:
ROME—Commendatore Bo'ni has just
announced the result of some impor­
tant excavations which he has been
conducting in the area of the Forum
immediately adjacent to the Arch of
Titus. Curious as it may seem, below
huVA*"'
the stratum of relics, which is sup­
posed to mark the foundation of the
Rome of the Caesars, he came upon
massive foundations of tufa and trav­
ertine mixed with terra cotta and
marble fragments, which evidently
formed part of the defenses of the
Palatine hill in 'the Sixth century—
a relic of the struggle between the
Latins and the barbarians. Not only
are the walls of these fortifications
perfectly discernible, but there are also
remains of corridors which connected
one fortified tower with another. Be­
low the foundations there was dis­
covered a Roman house of the Re­
publican era. It is presumed that the
engineers of the Sixth century sunk
their foundations below the Sstrartum
of the Caesars.
CARMACK'S ELOQUENCE.
From the New York Telegraph:
We have heard a lot about Car
mack's eloquence. Here is a sample,
which has been rescued from the inside
columns of a respectable., but not very
Avidely circulated contemparary. It is
taken from a speech which the Ten
nes-seean delivered in the senate on an
occasion when his. native state had
been attacked:
"I speak, sir, for my native south. It
is a land that has known sorrows a
land that has broken the ashen crust
and moistened it with its tears a land
scarred and riven by the plowshare of
war and billowed with the graves of
her dead, but a land of legend, a land
of song, a land of hallowed and heroic
memories. ..
"To that land every drop of my
blood, every fiber of my being, every
pulsation of my heart is consecrated
forever.
"I was born in her womb, I was
nurtured at her breast, and when my
last hour shall come I pray God that
I may be pillowed upon her bosom, and
rocked to sleep, within her tender and
encircling arms."
NON-UNIONISTS AT
7 a O I
Union-made Cigars,
I yMa^iss—a i41« I a .4
.SSSSsaig
rte
MIU (fiUtUuQ, /MM
ejc/Mtjf
AT UNION MEETINGS
The executive board of the Massa­
chusetts state branch of the American
Federation of Labor is considering the
plan to insure attendance of non­
union men at the meetings of the
unions, there to learn the advantages
that come from union membership.
LOCAL
irm
We have just 34 Over­
coats left, sizes 34 to 42)
breast measure ail this
season's latest styles, that
formerly sold for $15, $18.
and $20, that we will
place on sale tomorrow,
for only $7.50 See our!
Window Display of these
goods, and if you need an
Overcoat or not, come in
and try one on. If you
look you will buy as these
are the greatest values
ever offered in Duluth.
CUOTMIHG
BUPBRIOR «T
SUMMONS.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis—ss. District Court, Elev­
enth Judicial District.
Rebecca Freeborn,
Plaintiff,
vs.
James Freeborn,
Dfifendant.
The State of-Minnesota to the Above
Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re­
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of the District Court of the Eleventh
Judicial District, in and for the County
of St. Louis and State of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complaint on the subscriber
at his office, at 403-404 Torrey Bldg.,
in the City of Duluth. in said County,
within thirty (30) days after the
service of this summons upon you, ex­
clusive of the day of such service and
If you fail to answer the said com­
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff i.n- this action -will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
the said complaint.
Dated December 12th 1908.
A. N. McGINDLEY.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
403-404 Torrey Bldg.,
Duluth, Minnesota.
Labor World. Jan. 16, 23, 30, Feb 6
13. 20, 1909.
Siotioe of Mortfcnsfe Foreclosure Sale.
Whereas, default has been made in
the conditions of a certain mortgage
bearing date August 24th, 1906 made
executed and delivered by Thomas w'
Hamilton, and Clara Hamilton, his
wife, as mortgagors to Ed Olsen as
mortgagee, given to secure the pay­
ment of the sum of $2,500 and inter­
est according to the conditions of
three certain promissory notes bearing I
the same date made by said mortga
gors to the order of said mortgagee,
each of said notes bearing interest at
the rate of 7 per. eent per annum pay­
able semi-annually on the 24th day
of each of February and August
thereafter, which said mortgage was
duly recorded in the office of the Reg­
ister of Deeds of St. Louis County,
Minnesota, on August 28th. 1906, at
o'clock P. M. in book 231 of mort­
gages on page 225, and
Whereas, the default hereinbefore
mentioned consists in the failure to
pay the interest on said notes falling
due August 24th, 1908, then amounting
to the sum of $87.50, and the mortga­
gee has elected by reason.of said de­
fault and as authorized by the terms
of said mortgage to declare the whble
sum secured by said mortgage to be
due and
Whereas, there is claimed to be due
and is due on said mortgage at the
date of this notice, the Sum of $2,-
65J.63 principal, and interest^ and also
CITY UNION
FEDERATED TRADE8 ASSEMBLY—Mee ts
second and fourth Friday of each month
at Kalamazoo Hall, 18 W. Superior street.
President,
s.
Z'26
PAPlq-S
S. McDonald vice president,
Edw. Blackwood financial secretary-treas­
urer, Wm. Perry recording-secretary, R.
Jones, 224 2nd Ave. E. reading Clerk, Geo
North field.
STRUCTURAL BUILDING TRADES ALL1
ance—Meets first apd third Monday at
Kalamazoo Blk. President, Jas. H. Power
Vice President, W. A Hunt recording
11
secretary, William Harouor. Smithville
financial sec.-treas., "Geo. 2*. Walters.
1208 W. Fourth St. Business Agent. M.
Harney, Residence, 9ia E. Sixth St. Offios,
Kalamazoo Blk. Office hours I to I a, m.,
1 to 2 p. in. and to p. m. Zenith phona
136-Y
BLACKSMITH'S UNION, Wo. 498. meet* ths
flrst and third Thursdays of each month
at the Victor Carlson Hall. 6628 Grand Ave.
West. President, P. G. Phillips Wee Presi­
dent, Louis Haley Recording Secretary, L.
Chapman Treasurer, B. Smith Financial
Secretary, R. W.. Cummings, 1204 Winter
St., Superior, W1b.
BREWERY WORKERS' UNION, No. 133
—Meets the ilrst Saturday of each monti*
at the Kalamazoo Bldg., No. 18 W. Superior
street. President, A. Stenglein vice presi­
dent, Cnas. Unden recording secretary,
Robt. Weutlanil treasurer, Chas. GooUer
iinancial (secretary, ltudolpa Scnlpper, 41a
East Uth street.
CIGARMAKERS' ONIOIt SO. £94—Meeti
first and third Wednesdays of each month
at Kalamazoo iilug., is W. Superior street.
President, H. Pereault vice president.
Frank lieideman financial secretary-treas­
urer, Jacob Patskowiiki, oil fi. Second St.
recording-corresponding secretary, John
uaKeg, caie Kon-Fernandez Cigar Co.
CAR«PENX]£RS' UNION—Meets every Tues
uay evening at Rowley Hall, 110 W. 1st
St. President, l'eier H. MaTandaw, b'lz
Garfield Ave. Vice-President, j. Baulke,
Fourth Ave. W. Recording Secretary,
W. K. Fowler, 2115 ill. Fifth St. Treasurer,
Paul Boltz, ail J3. First St. Financial Sec­
retary, J. C. Johnson.
COOKS AND WAlXilKS* UNION Nto. 53—
Meets every t«cunu and luurth Thursuay
pi each month at Kalamazoo Blk., 18 W.
Superioi street Fresident John C. South.
Vice Preeident, Miss Ethel Tuck Business
Agent, liJdw. Mausted, l)elmonico restau­
rant Fin. Sec. Emil Hollander,'70S E. Fifth
Street Rec. Sec. .Nina i-anavick. Boston
Cafe Treasurer, Geo. Wansck. 501 W. bun.
Street.
LATHERS' UNION, Nc. IS, W. W. & M. JU
*'•—Meets on the second and fourth Fri­
day 01 each month at Kalamazoo BiK.
President, James Oatman vice president
Har ley Olson secretary, Albert Meldahl
&07 N. Fifty-niiiLu avsiiuo w. hwoui of,
A. J, Meldahl, 806 S. Sixty-third avenu*
\v eau
LICENSED TUGMEN'S PROTECTIVE As­
sociation, Zenith Lodge No. 1.—Meets 1st
and 3rd Wednesday of each month during
the winter season at Marine Engineer's hail
310J W. First street. President, M. Glockle,
the sum of $75 attorney's fees pro­
vided for in said mortgage, and no
action or proceeding has been insti­
tuted at law to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage or any Dart
thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given that under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said mort­
gage and pursuant to the statutes in
such cases made £(.nd provided, said
mortgage will be foreclosed by sale
by the Sheriff of St. Louis County,
Minnesota, of the premises described
in said mortgage, to-wit: Lots one
(1) and two (2) in Block Seventy
seven (77), in the Second Addition
to Virginia, according to the plat
thereof on file in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said
-County, together with all the heredi­
taments and. appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in any wise appertaining
to the highest bidder for cash at pub­
lic auction at the i.-^nt door of the
Court House in th^Vv ty of Duluth, in
said County of St.' Louis, on Febru­
ary 23rd. 1909, at 10 o'clock A. M. on
that date to satisfy the aipount which
shall then and there be- due on said
mortgage with interest, cost& and ex­
penses of sale and said attorney's
fees.
Dated January 5th, 1909.
ED. OLSEN, Mortgagee.
JOHN JENSWOLD, JR.,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
407 Palladio Building,
Duluth, Minnesota.
L. W.—Jan. 9-16-23-80, Feb. 6-13, 1909.
Summons.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. (COUNTY OF
ST. LbUIS, ss. District Court, Elev­
enth Judicial District.
Blanche Berkovitz, Plaintiff,
vs.
David Berkovitz, Defendant.
The State of Minnesota to the Above
Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re­
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which Is filed in the office of the Clerk
of the District Court of the Eleventh
Judicial District, in and for the County
of St. Louis and State of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to
the said complaint on the subscriber
at his office, at 403-404 Torrey Bldg., in
the city of Duluth, in said county,
within thirty (20) days after the ser­
vice of this summons upon you, ex­
clusive of the day of such service and
if you fail to answer the said com­
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will apply to
the court for the relief demanded In
the said complaint.
Dated Jan. 25, 1909.
A. N. McGINDLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
403-404 Torrey Bldg.,
Duluth, Minnesota.
L. W., Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, Mar. 6, 13, 1909.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
St. Louis—ss. Municipal Court, City
of Duluth.
Martin Smith, Plaintiff,
vs.
Paul Hanson and Steve Olson, co-part­
ners as Hanson and Olson,
Defendants.
The- State of ^Minnesota to the labove
named Defendants:
N
You are hereby summoned and re­
quired to answer the complaint of the
Plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which is filed in the -office of the
Clerk of the Municipal Court of the
City of Duluth. and State of Minne­
sota. and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on the
subscriber, at his office in the City of
Duluth in said Countv. within tein days
after the service of this summons upon
you, exclusive of the day of such ser­
vice -ahd if you fail to a^fwer the
said complaint within the *mie afore­
said the Plaintiff in this action will
take judgment against you for the
sum of One Hundred Fifty Dollars,
with interest at the rate of 6 jper cent
ppr annum from the 31st day of July,
1908, together with the costs and dis­
bursements of this action.
Dated January 22, 1909.
THOMAS J. McKEON.
Plaintiff's Attorney, Duljith, M'nn.
817 Torrey Bldg.
L. W—Feb. 6. 13. 20. 1909.
Notice of MottKate Foreoloirare.
There is declared and claimed to be
due at the date of this notice the sum
of Six Hundred and Twenty-one
($121.00) Dollars as principal and lntrir
«st upon a certain mortgage given by
Mary Flelschman. mortgagor, to Wil­
liam E. Lucas, mortgagee, dated the
1st dav of Fpbru'ary, A. r. 1S94, and re­
corded In the office of the Register of
Deeds for St. Louln County. Minnesota,
nt. 3:15 o'clock m.. oh February 17.
1W4, in Book 10? of Mortgages on page
•193, mortgaging and convevin«r the
•nremlses situated in St. Louis Countv.
Wn„,»Rota. described a*. All of Lot
^fte»n (IK) In Block Thirty-one (31)
London Addition to Tulntb. according
,recoMe,i pi«t thereof op m* in
first vice president, Chas. McEachen seti:
ond vice president, Andrew Carroll Flnan^.
elal Secretary Jas. Walsh. 25 Fifth avenw
West recording and corresponding aecre
tary, Albert Jones, 710 E. dixth St. tress
erer, C. H. Green, 1515 E. Fourth St.
MARINE ENGINEER*' BENEFICIAL AS
ftoclatton. No. 78.—Meets every
of each month during the' winter month.ri
at Marine Engineer's Hall, S10| W First SI
President. Cnas. Heotor first vice preaV
dent Guy Wehb treasurer. A. Harvey, P. O
Bui t8« oorrespondlng secretary, J. P. Bui]
733 Minnesota avenue.
MACHINISTS' UNION, ZENITH LODGJ
No. lit I, A. of M'.—Meet* second an
fourth Tuesdays of each month the Asu
building. (21 West Superior street. Prest-
dent, B. S. McDonald, 629 E. Seventh St.
vloa president. B. W. Nelson, 02 81st Avt
West, L. Ewald. financial secretary. 12*
East Third street recording secretary, W
F. Sullivan, 100 27th Ave. W.
MUSICIANS' UNION No. 13, A. XV of 31
Meets first Tuesday of each month a
their headquarters, 21 West Superior street
President, L,. F. Berger vice president
Chas. Helmer financial secretary, L:
Coffin treasurer, 1. N. Sudahl sergeant st
arms, JS. J. Simpson recording secretary
W J- Duteher, 8i6J E, First St.
PLUMBERS' AND GAHFITTERS. woca
Union No. 11—Meets on the second &n<
fourth Thursday of each uionth at Kaia
masoo hall. President. Geo. Blackwood
vice president, Marion Haynes recording
secretary-treasurer, tL R. XinKham finaa
clal secretary, J. £. Kibble, 1412 Jeffersoj
St.
PAINTERS, DECORATOIIS AND PAFEC
HANGERS—Meets every Tuesday
Kalamazoo Block, 18 W. SuDerior Street
Jrie&iueut, W.
A',
vice Pies.
ferry, 1^ .£tu
M..
w. iri. xtmoKS, A6I2 Mino. Ave.
treasurer, £2. J. Saltau financial 4ecret&r>
L. M. Jttobuison recording beuivtuy, ai
n. x-owers. 613 Jd. Filth tU 7
PLASTERERS' UNION, No. 53, O. P. L. A
meeis on aecoiiu ana iourtu vVeanesim S
of eacn montn ai Kaiamazoo BJK. fieai
uent, it. t^ailanan \ice president., C. r.oc
ter financial secretary, n. x-enotl, uu
lutn ileigiUH corresponding secretary, v*
'i uniiucai uuslees, c. ijiioOnetie ana
\v lison.
SHEET METAL Uur^ltif UNION Na
HZ, A. S. M, \V. A. A.—Meets Um Ors
and ihirds Wednesday of each month Kaia
inazoo liiock, at p. in. fiediueui, Annu.
Jkioorc vice president, Chan. Gause Xinau'
cial secretary, M. J. Harney* 01» i^ast Sixtl
street corresponding ana recording sccr.*.
tary. R. Little, 617, 12* avenue Kaal
ireaMurer, J£ly JUucliarne.
STEAJ1FITTEK8' UNION
"He.
435—Meeb
second and fourth Wednesday of eacj
month at Vt West Superior St. Preslden
R. H. Dempsey vice president M. Cody
Cor. Sec., m. Greenwood Fin. Sec., R.
W lcks, 223 Lake Ave. S. treasurer, O.
Larson, V20 E. Fifth street*
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION Uo. 130—Meeti
first Sunday in each montn at Kalama­
zoo Block. President. B. Bredeson vio
president, M. Olmem recording' secretarj
H. N. Wilson secretary-treasurer. Ed|t
T. Hughes, Now# Tribune office.
the office of the Register of Deeds foi'
St. Louis County, Minnesota, to secun
the payment of Twelve Hundrec
($1200.00) Dollars and interest, accord­
ing to the conditions of one promis­
sory note for that amount, due in Fiv
(5) years from February 1, 1894. Tha
said mortgage was thereafter sold am
assigned to John W. Bruner, whicl
assignment was duly recorded in thi
office of the Register of Deeds for St
Louis County, Minnesota, in Book 83 o:
Mortgages on page 631, at 2:10 o'clocl
p. m., on May 4th, 1894.
Notice is hereby given that saU
mortgage will be foreclosed by a salt
of said mortgaged premises at publl
auction to the highest bidder by th«
sheriff of St. Louis County, Minnesota
at the front door of'the County Qour
House in the city of Duluth, in: St
Eouis Cdunty, Minnesota, at 10 o^elofcl
a. m„ on Monday, the 22nd day p:
March. A. D. 1909, to satisfy the amourn
due OA said mortgage, together witl
Seventy-five (475.00) Dollars attorney'i
fees as provided in said mortgage, an
the foreclosure 'disbursements.
Dated February 4, 1909.
JOHN W. BRUNER,
Assignee of Mortgage.
CHARLES E. ADAMS,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage
515 Torrey Building, Duluth.
L. W.. Feb. 6, 13. 20. 27. Mar. 6. 13. 190#
Order for Hearing on Petition for Ad
inlstratlon.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OI
St. Louis—ss. In\Probate Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Georgi
Miller alias George Milosevich, De­
cedent.
The petition of Thomas Vlahovici
having been filed in this Court, rep­
resenting, among other things, tha
George Miller alias George M-ilosevich
then being a resident of the County
of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, died
intestate, in the County of St. Louis
State of Minnesota, on the 1st day o:
December, 1908 leaving estate in th«
County of St. Louis, State of {Minne­
sota, and that said (petitioner is tin
Attorney In fact for father of said de­
cedent, and praying that Letters oi
Administration of the estate of sal
decedent be granted to him.
It is Ordered, That said petition
heard before this Court, at the Probata
Court Rooms in the Court House ii
Duluth, in said County, on Monday,
the 8th day of March, 1909, at ten
clock A. M.( and all persons interested
in said hearing and in said matter an
hereby clfted and required at said tim
and place to show cause, if any theri
be, why said petition should not b«
granted.
Ordered Further. That this Order
served by publication in the Laboi
World according to law, and that
copy of this Order be served on' th«
County Treasurer of St. Louis Count
not less than ten days prior to saic
day of -hearing.
Dated at Duluth, M.inn. Februari
8 th, 1909. •'""-'j
By the Court,
Ll
5)
an,d
aiYL
Ten ao
rov«
J^tatPR
T'and
.7
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Judge of Probate.
(Seal Probate Ct., St. Louis Co.. Minn.)
S. F. WHITE,
Attorney of Petitioner.'
L. W.—Feb. 13-20-27, 1909".
CONTEST NOTICE.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
United States Land Office. Duluth
Minnesota. Feb. 8, 1909.
A sufficient contest affidavit havinj.
been filed in this office- by Mary
Marvin of Duluth, Minnesota, contest­
ant. against Ho^nestead entry No 2*2671
made March 6th.' 1937. for' Lot
"r~
a-nd STCy
of SW^i, Section 2, NE& of NEU
11 and Lot 3 Section 12. ownshlj:
fi7 North Range 19 W". 4th P. M, b"
,*A ®urchard. Contestee.' ii
which it is alleged that said Henrv a
Burchard has wholly abandoned sail
laid for more than six months las
past, and has not lived upon, cultivat
ei
,OI\fmt
same during said t1m«
1
1 said alleged absence fron
Vila rand was not due. his e^nnlov
ment in the Army. Navv or Mflrfn
Corps as a private soldlfSr, office
seaman, or. marine during the war wltl
Srain or purine anv other ®war is
Which the United States mav be en
jaged. said parties are herehv not!
ned to apnear. respond end" offer e\*l
flence touching said allegata
01 clock A. M-. on March 25. 1909. befoV
tne Rearister and Receiver at the TTni*
Woe in Duiuth Mlnr-
The saU contestant having, "in
affidavit, filed .Tanuarv r-MMS
forth facts which show
./HMffnce. nersonal ser*-!»- 7 4 .'jSj
pf this notice can'nrt be ms*e." It
herebv orilerea and directed thatM
Wcatlon6
griven by due alld
J.
proper pub
c. HERMAN
FVRS^RR,.
rtl r, Re*,9^r
Attorney.- DvH'th 4

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