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BARNEY SMITH FREE, Thiel Detectives Sneak and the Charge of Registra tion Frauds FALLS FLAT TO THE GRDUND. Repetition of the Perform ances of This Agency of Two Years Ago. HEBREW TROUBLE SETTLED. Tom Kelly Held for Examina tion on the Charge of Burglary. J. Nichols and J. B. Welsh, the two Tliiel detectives of St. Louis, who ■ wore iheT were citizens of St. Paul during the recent campaign in order In make it appear that the Democrats had hired illegal voters, and on whose com plaint Barney Smith was put under arrest, did not appear against the de-* fondant in the police court yesterday afternoon. This ense plainly shows to what extent of vileness and low re sources some would-be Hawkshaws will resort to in order to accomplish some end. Barney Smith, who is a doorkeeper at the Pacific, as alleged by the Repub licans, was accosted by the two detect ives in regard to registering after they had placed their names on the hotel retister as J. B. Norton and J. B. Ba ruch. After a friendly talK with Barney, during the course of which they stated they wished to register, but lacked a few days of the requisite number ac cording to law, Barney told them to come with him, and all proceeded to the registering booth. On the way to the polls the detectives allege that Bar ney requested them to take a false oath. They admit they made a false oath, and on the ground that they are detectives and their perjuring was unintentional, and was peiformed "as a matter of business,'* hoped to convict Barney and free themselves. After they bad sworn falsely they thanked Barney for accom panying them, to which he casually re marked with a pleasant grin: "Oh. that's all right. I've done that lots of times." And the brave and great detectives had worked up another wonderful case of illegal voting. Oscar Tankrnoff and A. Poupenny who were arrested op warrants issued by Mr.-. B. Sellignmn, Mrs. P. Talstruf, H. Fine, T. Goldstein and 11. Rousen baum for assault and battery, preferred counter charges, and yesterday Jmi ire Orr decided all were frailty, and after putting them under bonds to keep the peace, sent them home to their families. All tins was the outcome of a red-liot political meeting on the West side flats, tiie circumstances of which are well known to nil Globk rea>U'rs. Municipal Court JudeeOrr yesterday had before him Charles Crick, alias Thomas Keily, who, wlien arrested had in ins possession several articles or jew elry and a revolver. 'Hie jewelry was claimed by Mr. Zimmerman, of East Congress street, as outlined in yester day's Globe, and Crick was held in 11.000 bonds to appear before the court Nov. 10. The charge preferred against bim was burglaiy. and Messrs. Zimmer man and lioran appeared as witnesses igaiust the defendant. ;-■ V- Two urchins named Ed Garhty and Al fredNewman stole.as alleged,three game locks from M. Munson. of Mlnuehaha street, the other day; but as they re turned the games, Mr. Munson did not appear against them, and Judge Orr Bent the hoys home. H. Moore, proprietor of the Bodega, slapped C. Bacon in the face Thursday evening, and Judge Orr assessed him 10 for doing so. C. 11. Morton was arrested for peddling potato peelers on another man's license,, and, for not producing the wherewithal for his sin, will be a workhouse guest lor ten days. Willie Stipple contributed $15 to the city fund yesterday on recommendation of Judge Orr. The £15 was given as a repentance for his wrong in interfering with the duties of Officer Morau while attempting to arrest his cousin. Frank Boeder, Sunday before last, while Boeder and several others were enjoy ing the aftermath of a Saturday night dance and the inspirations of malt ex tracts and other hilarious elixirs. Popular with army officers is the food raise-i wilft Dr. Price's Baking Powder. 'J. lie Government orders it for the troops. CHATS WITH HOTEL GUESTS. Seated in the corridor of the Ryan last night was Capt. Edwin Dunn, of Eyota, president of the board of man agers of the Minnesota state prison. He said that he came in yesterday from Stillwater. "We are very busy," said he, "in petting ready onr biennial report. This will be ready soon, however, and. will then be placed in the hands of the governor. By the way. I saw in some evening paper that our board had par doned two prisoners today. This is a mistake, for the pardoning power does not lie with us. We paroled two, that was all." Capl.Dunn was reealine Judge Willis with some of Jiis quaint experiences, and told several very funny stories. He is a well preserved "man for one that lias passed the sixtieth milestone in life's journey. He certainly looks no older tbau many men of forty. * * An Interesting little ijroiip w as at the Merchants' last iiielit, talking over the recent election. George B. Edeerton, assistant attorney general, Hon. Alex ander I'iddes, of Jackson, ft member of the Republican state central committee, his son, and Col. Cl arke Chambers, of Owatonna, Made up the party. In talk- Ing over the result, Mr. Indites, who by the way was formerly a member of the state legislature, said: "Up in our section—the Eighth sena torial district—Mr. Sevatson was re turned to the state seuate and Mr. Ueillicke to the house. These are both Populists, Tlie Republicans walked away with almost everything else. They had everything their own way on our county ticket, with the exception of Ihe office of reeister of deeds—John Baldwin, a Democrat, and Flora Frost, also a Democrat, who was elected county superintendent of schools. "So far as Slr.Baldwln was concerned the Republicans quite generally voted for turn as the proper man for the place. It required an official count to determine who was elected to the offices of county auditor, sheriff and treasurer. For the lattc; office there were rive candidates. It was finally found tliat John Paulson, a Republican, was elected by twenty plurality. Mr. Paulson was a member of tlio lasi house of representative 8." « John L. Gibbs. of Freeborn county, mid Ciu.t/- ij. E. Van Sant, or Wiuona. are both candidates lor the place of speaker in the Minnesota house of rep resentatives this Winter, This informa tion comes from J. M. Diment, of Owatonnn, chairn an of First dig^ ■tnct resftoiiaj conimjttep, and also a member of the Republican state cen tral committee, who was a Merchants' guest yesterday. 1 ■ . - : y • * ■ » ...... Steams cou&iy, Minnesota, was one itf the exceptional districts that did not enlist under the Republican banner this year. It is a lvirnlnr thing for old Steams to remain loyal to the Dem ocracy. As a result Hon. Henry Keller was elected to the state senate over D. W. Brink hart, of St. Cloud. The latter was a Merchants' gUv-st yester day, and naturally was uot much «u --thused over the result. At the Clarendon —11. O. Sanderson, Amlxiy; Ola I Olson. WUhuar: J. .). Butler. Atlanta, Mo., A. Searles, Grand Kaplds; 11. G. ilaicen. Blue Earth City. At the V\ mdsor—W. A. Allen, W. H. Turner, Winoua; tt". \V. Thompson. Al fred Brteksvß, Superior; A. F. P-ri«st, Dulutu; EL W. WUUf, Chicago; F. L. Forward, Si-yinom, Wis. At the International—Thomas Staf ford, William Stafford, Matliew Porter, il. tUdcilff, Auiuii Wellkoi). St. Cloud; S. Lundberjr, Omaha; G. Gaikles, Row ler, O. T.; W. A. Fletcher, Wadena; Thomas Anderson, Welder. Kan. At the Sherman-- Will F. Strait, Bil lings, Mont.; It, M. Wilson. Great Falls; B. Davvson. Kalispell; M. S. Rausch, Milwaukee: J. \V. Herbert, West I'nion ; H. T. Pulton, Lake City; E. C. Eberie, Taeoma, Wash.; Fred C. Miller, De troit, Mich. At the Merchants'—J. VV. Mason.Fer yus Falls; T. J. Mankcy, Brawierd; I). W. Bruckliart, St. Cloud; to. Douglas, Duluth; J. U. Smith, White Kartti; Hubert lien, Detroit; J. M. Diiuenu Owatoiina; H. W. Lamberton, Winoua; \V. U. Adams. New York. Twin City people were registered yes terday at N«w York hotels) as follows: From St. Paul —D. D. Sprague, Sturie vani; W. N. Armstrong, A. 11. Catlicari and Mrs. Burnutu. Imperial. From Minneapolis —G. VV. re toe, Murray Hill; J. C. Judge, Broadway Central. At the Hotel Metropolitan—J. B. Mc- Donald. J.V.Curtis. Cnicatro; G. G. Goodrich, New York; Albert Cullens, Maiysville; Clinton Warner, I'itlsburg; W. Lindsay, Winnipeg; S. J. Granger and wife, Sioux Falls; John Springer and wile. Dubuqtie; F. K. Soule and wife.Clinton, lo.; Georgu Mitchell, New Jersey. Visitors at the Commercial club yes terday were: W. 11. Howe, M. D., Thom as T. Therson and 8. M. Serklaird, of Si. James; Nick Freider. Cannon Falls; F. D. Carson, Urbaua. III.; E. I'ierpnnt, La Crosse Wis.; William B. Douglas, Farjro. N. 1).; and Georgu B. Clif ford, Grand Forks. . At the Ryan—R. U.Srteet.New York; J. C. Corvvm, Omaha; J. J. Cromwell, Philadelphia; J. 11. Merriam, Chicago: J. H. liolioway, Cincinnaii; H. yon Berge, Buffalo, N.Y.; b. Patek. Mil waukee; F. Viets, Grand Forks; C. F. Gray, Indianapolis; J. H. McXamara, Dcs Moiues; P. G. Reynard, tit. Louis. Undo Sam knows a good thing when he sees it. That is why Dr. Price's Baking Pawder is used m army and navy. BURLINGiO* uPriNS WAR. It Gives Notice <>i" Keduction of Hates to North Pacific Points. Chicago, Nov. 9.—The Burlington. Cedar Rapids ft Northern road to-day threw a bomb into the Western Passen ger association. It announced to all the roads in the association that it would apply short-line -rates from Waterloo, lowa, to all points in Mon tana and to North Pacific coast points as well. The notice came as a com plete surprise to the association lines, and they claim that the action of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern is altogether irregular. The road caus ing all the trouble is a member of the association, but its notice to the other association lines was made direct to them and not through the association chairman as is usual iv all such cases. The application of the short-line rates will reduce the basing rate from Chi cago to North Pacific coast points by $2. No lieheariits in Steading Case. Philadelphia, Nov. 9. — Nathan Bijor, of New York, representing Isaac L. Rice, appeared before Juilge Dallas in the United States circuit court today. to make a motion to reopen the decree in the matter of the receivers' applica tion concerning the Olcott-Earle plan of reorganization matter, but Judge Dallas refused to grant it. After his motion had been denied, Mr. Bi jor filed two petitions, one by Mr. Rice and the other by the Hartshorne committee in support of Mr. Rice, under which the application to vacate the court's decree and to have a rehearing had been made. Milwaukee learnings. Chicago, Nov. 9.—Earnings of the Chicaco, Milwaukee & St. Paul for the first week in November were $597,554, a decrease of $188,607 compared with the corresponding week of last year. The Best Trains to Duluth, The Best Trains to Chicago, The Best Trains to Omaha, The Best Trains to Kansas City Run Via The North-Western Liuo. DRIVE WHLELS. Anything original in the way of rail road advertising is always attractive. The following was invented by C. F. Wilber, Western passenger agent of the Lake Shore: "R The Lake Shore Limited taken regularly on your Eastern trips will prevent that tired feeling so often ex perienced by travelers. Leaves Chi cago V:XXX p. in., arrives New York VI:XXXp. m. Can be taken without shaking." Chairman Oaldwell will give his rul ing as to whether a local association can make rates at a meeting at which all Ime9 are not represented. The old and unsettled question as to whether the Chicago Great Western can have the same rates via Kansas City to the Pacific coast as those of the Omaha via Sioux City is a case iv point. W. C. Shoemaker, Chicago, and C. H. Duxberry, Omaha, traveling passenger agents of the Baltimore & Ohio, arts In the city. T hey are here to visit their fellow-official. Jack Cherry, at St. Luke's. New tariffs of the Northern Pacific, Great Northern, Union Pacific and other lines operating In Montana, Washington and Idaho, appeared yes terday. These are c ffective on Nov. 15. These show an advance in rates proportional with the advance on through rates. The rate clerks who have been at work on the new rate sheet at Minneap olis tor the past week quit yesterday, as they were unable to reach an agree ment as lo rates via certain points in Michigan, Wiscousin and Ontario, as between the Soo and other lines east of Kt. Paui. The Best Trains to Duiuth, The Best Trains to Chicago, The Best Trains to Omaha, The Best Trains to Kansas City Run Via The North-Western Line. QUEER PEOPLE. Some of Their Huaint and Kuri ous Ways. What they are and who they are you can find out at the Globe counting room. It will cost you but 20 cents, by mail or in person, and you will make tbe children at home happy. Commencing Sunday evening next, and each Sunday thereafter until fur ther notice, there will be special evan gelical services held in the Dayton Ave nue Presbyterian church, corner Day* ton avenue and Mackuuin street, The pastor. Rev. Maurice D ; Edwards, will take for his iheme tomorrow "Two Givers." Slnjiinr led* by the quartette will be from Christian Endeavor special leaflets. Noted French Chemist Dead. Paris, Nov. 9.—Guillaume Louis Fi gaure, the French chemist and scientific t writer, died today, aged seventy-live j years. THE FA TXT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: FATTEDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, 1804. RIVALS OF WASHBURN Continued l'r<mi First Page. Clouuh 1,(K2, Ludwig 282, Lommen 1.215; scpriMarv of state. Berir l.oss, Haines 2SN, Sebergcr 1,133; auditor. Dunn 1,019. Bieiniann 447. Stroinbvff 1,075; treasurer, Koerner 1.037, Lamocit '259. Borchert 1.168; attorney gen t-ral, GbiMi 1.035, Brackeuridtfe 20f. Keyes 1.163; clerk of the supreme court, Reese 1.010, Kurtz :>4O, Johnson 1.276; I'hief jusiioe of Hie, supreme court. Start 1.062. Smith :i54. I>add 1,211. As s.iciHte justice of the supreme court, Collins 1.K2, Willis 1.316. Congress man. Eddy, Kip., 1.051: McLean, Dfin.. J'.tl; Barn, Pop.. 1,150: Krohn, Pro.. 198 State senator. Smith, Kip.. 977: Prob-t --lield. Pop.. l.Hl'.t; I'ruax, Dem.. 242. Representative. Douirlas, Rej)., 1,252; If oGrath, Rep., 971 ; llogobooin. Rep., 70:»; Mooe, Pop., 973; Burnett. Pop., 932; Pertersen. Pop., VK>9; Taylor, Dem., 312; (ion, Dem., 184; Beaulicu, Dem., 178. Pteele CouiiiT. Oavatosna. Nov. 81— Following are the official returns of Steele county: Governor, Knute Nelson. 1.742; George L. Becker, 1.157; Sidney M Owen, SuS; Hans S. Htliebor, 109. Lieutenant gov ernor, David M. Clooch, 1.711; John Ludwig, 1.249; Edwin E. Lomiuen, 202; Charles M. Way, 111. Secretary of state, Albert Ber«r, 1758; Charles J. Haines, 1.242; I'eter .). Se bereer. 181; Charles O. Winger. 110. State auditor, Robert C. Dunn 1,7<)7, Adolph Bicrmau 1,288, Andrew L. Strom berg lttti, Seth S. Johnson 120; state treasurer, August T. Koerner 1.731). Charles A. Lambert 1.230. Ferdi nand Borciiert 190, Frrfd L.Hampson 19; attorney general, H. W. ChiUls 1.731, Logan Brackenridge 1,249, John A. Keyes 176. James E. Ctiild bS; clerk of supreme com:, Darius F. lieese 1,776, llioiuas C. KarU 1,255, Charles 11. Johnson 180; chief justice supreme court, Charles >f. Start 1,797, Seasrave Smith 1,255. Sunnier Ladd 167; associate justice supreme court, Loren W. -Collma 1.83.J, John W. Willis 1,150: aniendinent to section one (1) of article nine((J)uf the coustituUon,yes97S,no 410. Member of conKress, James A. Tavv ney 1,788, John Moonan 1,254. Thomas J. Meighan 145, 1. H. Oreutt. 108: state senator, W. A. Sperrv 1.681, H. Schmidt 1,403, O. J. Kullsiad 122, D. J. Ames 120; representative, J. C Brainerd 1.70T, E. M. Twittird 1,323, Sauford Kimiev lbS, C. B. Wilkinson 94. Houston Comity. Special to the Globe. Caledonia, Minn., Nov. 9. —The Vote of Houston county is distributed as follows: Governor, Nelson 1,726, Becker 84.), Owen 333. Hilleboe SS. Lieutenant governor. Clouarh 1.701, Lud wig 959, Lorn men 226. Secretary of state. Berg 1,740. llainea 9(54, Seeberger 190. Auditor, Dunn 1,719, Biermann I.los.Stromberz 175. Treasurer, Koerner 1.736°, Lambert 983, Borchert 185. At toruty general. Childs 1.723. Bracken ridge 97»), Keyes 197. Cierk supreme court. Reese 1.7(30, Kurtz 979. Johnson 2K5. Chief justice. Start 1,767, Smith 9:20. Ladd 200. Asinociat^ justice, Collins 1,790, Willis 1.109. Cons ress. Tawney 1,725. Noonan 9*VJ, Meiirhen 18«. Sute senator, Rever-id 1.800, Kelly 1,193. Rep resentative, Metcalf 1,826, Johnson, 1,129. Cr>w vViui; Countr. BnAiNEKD. Nov. 9.—The official enn va9s of Crow Wing this afternoon gives Nelson 1.144. Becker 31, Ovven 559, iliil ehoe 50, Dunn, 1,191, B ermann 385, Strom berg 328, Johnson 80. For con gress, Towne, Ren., 1.204; Baldwin, Dem., 485; Halverson, Peo., 296. For district judge: Holland, Dem,, 1,182; Coppernell, Rep., 1,785. For senator: Fuller. Rep., 1.083; liemstead. Dem., B(>4. For associate justice: Collins 1,319, Willis 592, Coppernell is probably elected judge over Holland. Heekor County. Special to the Globe. Detuoit, Minn. Nov. 9. — Becker county's total vote is 2,217, of which Nelson srets 1,125 votes, Becker 190. Owen 810. For confess, Eddy gets 1,062 votes Me Lean 168, Boen 80(5, Kron 128. This county gives J. H. Smith, Rep. 296! plurality for senator: Doutr las Rep. 217 plurality for representative. The entire Republican county ticket but two elected. Cass County. Specinl to the Globe. Bkainerd, Minn., Nov. 9.-Official canvass of the Cass county vote here today gives Nelson 218, Becker 93,0 wen 140, Hilleboe 8. Dunn 196, Biermann 131, Stromberg 103. For congress, Towne 176, Baldwin 170, Halvorson 99. For associate justice, Collins 240. Willis 152. For senator,Allen, Rep., 176;Marr, Dem., 129; McCleliau, lud., 135. For representative, Guun, Rep.. 219; Bow-. AMUSEMENTS. V'■'''- METROPOLITAN. Last Times Today. Matinee 2:30. Tonight 8:15. MR. NAT C. GooiDwiasr In a Superb Double Bill, ■■■'"-■;■' "DAVID GARRICK" . "LEND MOfvI^SHILLINSS." "LEND ME FIVE SHILUNBS." Secure Your Seats Early. Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee, Commencing Monday, Nov. 12th. MR. AUGUSTUS! DALY'S Company of Comedians. Mr. James Lewis. Mrs. C. 11. Gilbert, Mr. Herbert Greeham, Miss Percy Ilaswell, Mr. Francis Cariyle, Miss Laura Hansen. Mr. Charles Leclercq, Miss Eugenic Upham, Mr. William Gilbert, Catherine Lewis, Mr. Henry E. DJxey. Monday and Tuesday Evenings, "A NIOHT OFF." ■ Wednesday Evening and Wednesday Matinee "Seven Twenty-Eight." Beats Now on Bale. QDirr'lAl J 3 NIGHTS ONLY. OrLV/IMLj Nov. IP, 16, 17. Saturday Matinee. -f Pauline Hall And Her Brilliant Associates, Present ng tbe Great Operatic Comedy Success, "DORCAS." The GRAND™"" v **Vr ll ? *-r Everybody. LAST TIME TONIGHT. HOYT'S Tomorrow: Special _ nIIIIAII LAND Souvenir A • BUNCH 0P Matinee * W¥IIWII THE Today- OF*KEYS ?iS. NIOHT \VI // Dr. Hamilton's \VV LI /\s [Magnetic Ring, ' for Rheumatism v—K^b^ er —-~af^%)^*—'^cst in the world. ■^s^Ks(«iij*«*^*\ Price, $1,00. by mail / JfTY\ \V ' A- "• Simon. tfiri - V \ l » Jewelry House, cor. TF i » \ V 7th & Jackson Sts., / I '"I \ 9T. PAUL. HOTEL IMPERIAL^ 110™ One of the largest- and best iii the city. Rooms, $1.00 per day up. Jena for circular. Half a block from 12lb at. exit of the new Illinois Central Station. All baggage deliv ered FREE from Hie. Central depot. No cab fares necessary. I<<Jok out for our Dorter at the station.* if /da vfajit. comfort, conven ience' and economy, itop at tb« uew Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report ■"*__. mm. > ■ !£.-. !__._. _*__-_* : WM _t«wJt_»_ J*^B__-_ M B^ 43__k ___T 88% __**••_?* eta B®?_^^_lW__fa_^_f^ ABSOLIJISEir-' PURE ninn.Deni., 80; Skemu.Pop.,lls; Arnold, I'id., 10. K«.r distiict judge. Holland, Duiu., '43S;Copp»-rnHlI. Rep., ISB. Mille Lines County. Precinct Eisrht—The vote of Mille Lacs county is distributed as follows: Governor, Nelson 321, Becker 123, Owen 204, llilleboe It; lieutenant governor. Cloueh 835. Ludwitf 130. Lommen 145; secretary of state. Berj: 777, Haines MW, Seber^er 141: auditor. Dunn 1.023, Buu uiann 54. Stiomberi£ 8H: irwaanror, Koerner 777, Lamoert 160. Borcln-rt 142; attorney jjenerai, Childs 73-1, Brackeu ridjre 202,Keyes 14ti;clerk of the. supremn court, Reese 785, Kurtz 153, Johnson 109; chief justice of the supreme court, Start 784, Smith 156, Ladd 149; associate jus tice of the supreme court, Collins 857, Willis 207; congressman, Towne (,Rep.) 771, Baldwin (Dem.) 259, Halveraon (Pop.) 120; for senator. Fuller (Rep.) 734, Hampslead (Dem.) 253. Average Republican majority on legislative can didates. 450. Mallett (Rep.) 706, New ton (Deui.) 4»7. Randiyohi County. Special to the Globe. YVuxMAK, Minn., Nov. 9.—The vote of Kandiyohi county is distributed as follows: Governor, Nelson 1,547, Beck er 67, Owen 1,520, Hiileboe 200; lieuten aui governor, dough 1,613. Ludwijc 88, Lommen 1,409; secretary of state. Berg 1,609, Unities 85, Seuoergcr 1,335; au ditor. Dunn 1,038. Biermatiu 218, Stroui berg 1,273; treasurer, Koerner 1676. Lambert 91, Borcliert 1,355; attorney general. Guilds '1,060, '•Brackenrtdge 86*, Keyes 1.357. Clerk of the supreme court, Reese 1,679, Kurtz 9, Johnson 1,480. Chief, justice of the supreme court, Start 1,714, Smith 114, Ladd 1,416. Associate justice of the supreme court, Collins 1,822, Willis 1,323. Congress mau, Eddy, Rep., 1,678; McLean, Dem., 48; BotMi, Pop., 1,341; Kron, Pro.. 251. Senator, Thorp, Rep., 1.789; Quam, Pop., 1,500. Representative, Fei«, Rep., 1.525; Johnson, Pop., 1,496; Rykkew, Pro., 275. V,jr.- : Dakota County. Special to the Globe. Hastings, Mum., Nov. 9.—The fol lowing is the official' vote of Dakota county: Governor, Nelson 1,023, Becker 1.201, Uwen 1,367. Hilleboe 124; Knuttf .Nelson's, Rep., plurality, 250. Member of congies», lieatwole 1,674, Hall 1,871, Bowler 650, Clianey 111; Hall's, Dem., plurality, 197. Senator. Caldweli 1,403, Schailer 1,733, Donnelly 1.183; Albert Schaliers, Dem., plurality. 330. Repre sentative, Staples 2,fci54," Hoberg 1.083, Gored 1,519, Keneally 1.398. U'kourk'e 799, Touison 585, Lasby 160; U; F. Staples', Kep., plurality, 65b; N. P. Gore's, Dem., plurality. 121. Three Dynamite Victims. lIUNTIA'GTON, Illd., i>ov. 9.— Fifty pounds of dynamite exploded at 7a. in. today on the Hall wood and Keifer sewer YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND CUR CHRYSANTHEMUM show TODAY. ....HAY & C 0.... 25 and 27 West Fifth Street. Special Sale of Roses and Ch ysanthemums at 50c Per Dozen. AN INTEREST IN A GENUINE TEMPORARILY FOR SALE. Situated directly in the midst of the phenomenal Cripple Creek gold fields, which are regularly producing more gold than any other camp known. Ihe most flattering and advantageous mining investment propositions ever submitted for the consideration of an intelligent capitalist. The Directors of the Victor Consolidated Gold Mining Co., Of Cripple Creek, Denver and Colorado Springs, State of Colorado, have decided to temporarily offer one hundred thousand shares of fuiJ paid aid non-assessable treasury stock at the ridiculously low figure of ten .cents per share, proceeds to be exclusively utilized in completing extensive systematic development in various localities of the Company's rich territory, consisting of. nearly thirty acres of extraordinarily valuable mineral-bearing lauds, bounded aud" surrounded by, adjoining and intersecting the RICHEST KNOWN GOLD VEINS IN EXISTENCE. We unhesitatingly invite thorough investigation .through capable mediums, feeling positively assured of the justification or. our opinions acquired by the enormous expenditures of money. Jf rich or« bodies, now supposed to exist, are encountered as anticipated, all shares will be immediately withdrawn, without notice, from the market. The Victor Company's various properties are designated as follows: The Victor Consolidated, the Victor Consolidated No. 2,the Calhouu, Calhoun No. 2 and Calbouu No. 4. The two Victors are located in the south slope of Squaw mountain, in the Immediate locality of many Of the greatest and richest regular producers in the district. In addition to this the Company hive obtained with great difficulty long-time working • leases on . adjoining properties, thereby advancing the possibilities ot our organization practically to an' unlimited extent. :, While the present value of our properties miflit De considered by the uninformed partially speculative,few. However familiar with this especial locality or reliable mining enterprises of this class, would not hesitate to consider If, other thau a conservative and safe mining investment of the highest order. We are assured that subsequent developments will demonstrate this. THE VICTOR CONSOLIDATED ;: ; GOLD MINING COMPANY Is Incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado for 2,000.000 shares at 1.00 each, fully paid and forever non-assessable, one-fourth remaining in the treasury, positively carrying no individual liability. All dividends, if any, de clared on all stock, every share guaranteed equal. The management reserves the right to withdraw all offerings or. advanceustock without notice. Cash must accompany all orders, 50 per cent only required on blocks of 10,000, balance in 90 days at 6 percent. The officers of this company respectfully reter to all leading experts familiar with Cripple Creek mine*!', This is practically a ground floor opportunity of unprecedented promise to acquire an Interest in a gold mine, and such a favorable chance should be -. carefully Investigated before arriving at a definite decision. The same consideration-given small investors as larger ones. No further annoyance to be apprehended on account of recent labor troubles, as -absolute quiet prevails throughout the entire state. $ 10.00 buys 00 shares. $ 50.00 buys' 500 shares. . 100.00 buys 1,000 shares. 500.00 buys 5,000 shares. These properties are not connected in any way with tht Victor mint on Bull Hill, nor is our name taken from it. '"•■'.' The Officers and Directors are: . . Thos. L. Darby, Mining Engineer, Cripple Creek, Colo. • E. G. 1 LoWE, Capitalist, Boston, Mass. ! Wm. Gelder, Capitalist, Denver, Colo. A. H. Weber. Aluminum- Manufacturer, Denver, Colo. •F. 11. PKTTIMGEXX,V|ce Ires. Colo. Mining Stock Exchange.Denver. . All correspondence, inquiries or orders should be addressed to * - \ .. A. H. VVbhek. . . • ' Equitable Buildin/. Denver, Colo., or , - * FRANK H. PETTINGELL, : Official Broker and Secretary, 11 First National Bank Building, Colorado, Springs, Colorado; U. 8. A. Member of the Colorado Springs.Mining Stock Exchange. ..Personal references: First National Ktd El Paso County Banks, Colorado Springs; Duh'a Mercantile Agency, Deliver, Colo. . Cable Address ••Cripple." P. O. Drawer 97. Telephone 828., Do not uuder au> cifcuuiatauces omit to mention this papfer* contract. John Hartman and Norton Keiler were killed and John Flynn fatally wounded. Residences iv close proximity were badly wrecked. The diimnge a mints to many thousands?, The men were ■ wanning the dynamite when it exploded. v-;h in The Best Trains to Duluth, yi The Best Trains to Chicago, "; The Best Trains to Omaha, 11 The Best Trains to Kansas City • i> Run Via The North-Western Line. GREAT SALE on •JJ^g SHOES AT Sl.OO! SlzeH 11 to s>&. ■ - Hen's $5 Cork Sole 5h0e5....... $3.50 lien's Rubber 5 .'................., 49c Woman's Rubbers 36c BARGAINS. BARGAINS. \ Lovering Shoe Co. 386 and 388 Wabaiira Street. _ DIED. CRUTCIIjSTT—In St. Paul, Vinu., Tnursday rooming. Nov. 8. 1694. Nora, youngest daughter of William and the late Emily Ci-Jtchett. after a Jour illness, aged thir teen years and six months. Funeral serv ices will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday, at Gross & Dohm's. undertakers. Seven Cor ners. Interment'at Oakland cemetery. A OIIK CE.WE3TS. : . (~* RUMANIA BANK, ST. PAUL.MINX vT Paid-un capital. 5400,000. Wm. Bickel, president: P. M. Kerst. cashier. Does a geuernl banking business atid paysiuteres on time deposits. -Located in its ownt building, opDOsite the postoffice. A few choice offices lor rent. - . MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS. Marriage Licenses. Henry J. Priebe...lda Francisca Priebe John Fehr........... Mary Scbarliaufea Births. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alien.... Boy Mr. and Mrs. Otto Muiler Hoy Mr. and Mrs. T. Diaz Boy Mr. and Mrs. P. Ostby ..Girl Mr. and Mrs. C. Hanter Boy Deaths. M. Wilderstrosser, Spring Park...6 mos. Matliias Po^tz, 86 Cook st 35 yrs. A. DeGiatl, Merchants' hotel....l3 yrs. Paul Lamotte, 136 Granite.. .70 yrs. August Bear, Western aye.......18 yrs. Nora Crntchett, city hospital... 13 yrs. Bertha Wilson, city hospital-....6 inoa. Emma St. Martin, 40 Atwater. .3 yrs. ! Uavid Riordau, 253- Mavia 3 yrs. unuun Open |lll|hall-i>a ten tonight. Yon need, oniv|£oo«lb every day. Lowe«t pri«es» on the NIiCHSSA KIES LIFK. Buy lioiM'ht coodi at honetit prices at tirtit bands at corner Seventh and Broad way. Beat Voiijik' TurK«ys, per pound, 10 CENTS. Best Spring Chickens, per pound, •10 CENTS. 'Best Hens, per pound, 8 CENTS. Fresh Oyster*, well-tilled can, 25 CENTS. Good-Sized Sweet Florida Oranges, per dozen. 25 CENTS. , 12 pounds Sweet Potatoes, 25 CENTS. New Sauerkraut, per gallon, .20 CENTS. Delicious Sweet rider— no better made- per gallon, 20 CENTS.; Extra Sugar Corn, per can, 5 CENTS. Crisp Celery, per dozen, 15 CENTS. A fine lot of Endive, Lettuce, Wa ter Cress, Minnesota Cucumber*, Seckel Pears, New EC ho auli flower, line California Peaches, Parsley and fine, ripe Bananas. Minnesota Potatoes, per bushel, 35 CENTS. Montana Potatoes, pe^bushel, 55 CENTS. Orange Blossom Flour, per sack, $1.75. (OS lbs.) Large Queen Olives, per quart* 20 CENTS. New Paper-Shelled Almonds, per pound, i ■■^^ 20 CENTS. 5-1 b. jar Creamery Butter $1.15 Lard Compound, per lb 6c Full Cream Brick Cheese, per pound 10c Linibin-jjer <'lieoe, per lb 12c Sugar-Cured Picnic Ham, per pound 8c Winter Apples, per barre!, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Ben Davis, Wine Sap, Geuiton, Northern Spy, Greening and Baldwin. Crushed Java Cottee, per lb 15c 7 lbs. lor !?1.00 Flue Java and Mocha Coffee, per lb 29c 3 lbs. Best Java and JHocha * Coffee $1.00 Our Private Growth Java and Mocha Coffee,which has no equal, per lb 4bc Doughnuts, per dozen 5c Pies, all Kinds, each Sc Sponge Cake», each 5 C Jelly Rolls, each g c We can only say for our Coffee and Tea Department that there is abso lutely IVO PLACE IN vr. PAUL where you can match our price and quality. Our new canned soods are arriv ing dally. We can nil all orders at wholesale rates. Fine Grape Fruits. Seedless Flor ida Oranges, first in the market. T he Andrew Schoch . Grocery Co., Cor. 7th and Broadway. To induce you to visit our New Studio, Opposite Metropolitan Opera House. 99 and 101 Sixth Street. Christmas Photography! 4 ft CABINETS and ONE on BxiO I / $3.00. °«"" BR |g^ M*W«W/« • WORK Out-Door and Commercial Wort a Specialty " Telephone— lo7l. •jw^^Mß. ZIMMERMAN'S PERSONAL *J*«3E^ATTENTION to APPOINTMENT NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECI,OS ure Sale—A mortgage was dated, exe cuted and delivered on the tweuty-uinth day of May, JBSB. by Henry J. Grove and Randino Grove, his wire, as" mortgagors, to William F. Peet, as mortgagee, which said mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Ramsey County. Minnesota, on the Ist day of June, 1888, at two o'clock and five minutes p. m., in Book 204 of Mortgages, at page 1. >.»' - Subsequently, to wit. on the twenty-fifth day of September, A. D. 1888, the said mort gage was duly assigned by the said William F. Peet to John Boarduian by an instrument in writing, which said instrument of assign ment was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of said County on the 25th day of September. A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock and twenty-five minutes a. m., in Book V of Assignments, at page 543. • Default has been made in the conditions, agreements and covenants of said mortgage, and there is claimed to be due. and is due, the subscriber, at the dale of. this notice, upon the said mortgage the sum of eight hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-three cents. Now, therefore. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale pi the mortgaged pre mise* described therein and hereinafter de scribed, to satisfy the amount which shall at the date of said sale bo due on said mortgage, together with the costs and expense of said sale as allowed by law, the taxes, if any, paid by the subscriber, and the further sum of fifty dollars (950) as ah attorney's fee, which is agreed in said mortgage to be paid in case of foreclosure. Mid sale will be made at the Fourth Street entrance to the Court House and City Hall, in the City of St. Paul. Ram sey County, Minnesota, on Monday, the 24th. day of December. 1804, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, by the Sheriff of said Ramsey County/nt public auction to the highest bidder for cash, ' The premises described in said mortgage and to to be sold arc situated in the Coiimy of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, and are known and described as follows: ■ Lot numbered eleven' (It) in Block num bered twelve (12), R. P. Lewis' Second Addi tion to baint Paul, according ;to ■ the plat thereof on rile and of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and f«r said County of J|ttjngey. -- &'&£:; ; Dated November 10, 1304.:. JOHN BOARDMAN, ' Assignee of Mortgagee. : Ambrose Tia an, ,--■> . . ....■.•' Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Globe . Bulldiug, St. Paul, Miuu. .. - •'.; FOR TODAY! MEMO CHDKIIOUIMPO f have just concluded an im- SfiLli 0 rUnHiOninUJ i mense purchase of high grade CASHMERE AND MERINO HALF-HOSE, The entire stocks of two prominent New York importers, at less than the cost of importation. The purchase is almost entirely composed of superior qualities in Natural Wool, Black Cashmere and FINE ENGLISH MERINO HALF-HOSE, Grades that sell usually at 50c, 65c and 75c. They will all be sold today for 35 Cents a Pair; 3 Pairs for $1.00. IMPORTED CASHMERE GLOVES for Men, .39c. The ordinary price is 75c. fIILLINERY^ Latest shapes in genuine Knox Hats and French Felts. We have the famous MANHANSET SAILOR in the popular colors. This is the stylish shape of the season. A new line of Children's Tarn o' Shanters, in all colors, excep tional values. 69 Cents Each. HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. In addition to our great CLEARING SALE OF YPSILANTI UN DERWEAR we offer today 100 dozen Children's Heavy 2-1 Ribbed Cashmere Hose, 35 Cents Per Pair; 3 Pairs for $1.00. Former prices were 50c to 65c. LOW PRICES ON FINE FURS! We think we can offer advantages to those who want Fine Furs that they are not likely to find elsewhere in this section. We made very large contracts, and we made them early. This enables us to offer first-class Fur Garments, made by the best furriers in America, at lower prices than many dealers now have to pay for them. But there are other advantages besides a saving in price. We can offer you more stylish garments than you will find elsewhere. This is another point in which dry goods men excel, and it is a very important point. It is the cause of the vast improvement in the shape, fit and finish of fur garments so noticeable in recent years. The following quotairons will illus trate our statements: MOIRE ASTRAKHAN CAPES, 30 inches long, 92-inch sweep. Furrier's price, $35.00. Our Price, $20.00. CANADA SEAL CAPES, 30 inches long, 90-inch sweep. Furrier's price t $30.00. Our Price, $20.00. 28-INCH ELECTRIC SEAL CAPE, with collar and front of genuine Black Mar' ten Fur, full sweep and very high storm collar, Only $40.00. BLACK ASTRAKHAN COATS, with full drooping sleeve and storm collar, satin-lined, interlined and stayed. Our Low Price, $17.75. This is a better coat than is offered in any other house in these cities ai $25.00. Splendid Astrakhan Coats, bought to sell at $50 and $55, are reduced tc $43.00. Astrakhan Fur Neck Scarfs, such as furriers get $4 for, we sell for $2.50. Handsome Scarfs of Brook Mink or Electric Seal, sold by furriers for $2.50, You can buy here for $1.50. We will sell you a $6.00 Mink S:a>-f, with natural head, for $1,00. $4.50 Krimmer Muffs for $3. 50. $4.00 Astrakhan Muffs for $3.00. $3.50 Astrakhan Muffs for $2.50. A large shipment of new and extremely stylish Coats has Just been re ceived. Among them are many handsome long box fronts, with coat back and high storm collar of fine all-wool Chinchilla. Our stock of Hisses' and Chil* dren's Coats has been replenished with many new and handsome styles. GRAND VALUES IN HANDKERCHIEFS. Fine Sheer Linen, Handsomely Embroidered Handkerchiefs, with scalloped edges, worth $1.25 and $1.50, for 98c Each. These are quite new and ex> tremely pretty patterns. Initial Handkerchiefs, with one-half-inch hems, soft bleach, hand-embrcid> ered initials. Sale Price, 75c for a Box of Six. Extra quality Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs for men, initials handsome/it embroidered. Regular price, $1.00. Sale Price, 68 Cents. GLOVE DEPARTfIENT. Heavy Double Silk Miliens, with fancy backs, $1.25 quality, for 75 C g • air. Dent's Heavy Street Gloves, with four large horn buttons, for $|.25. NOTION DEPARTHENT. Real Tortoise Shell Side Combs. Special Price, 29c per pair. They would be cheap at 45c. Stitched Sateen Tailor's Measure, 5c each. Sold elsewhere at 25c. Sixth and Robert Sts., St. Paul, Minn. A REPRIEVE OF •• TEN YEARS. _, An average man's life can easily be lengthened ten years by the occasional use of Ripaus Tabules. Do you know any one who wants those ■ ten years ?