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CAPEN THE VICTOR. Defeats Carney and Wins His First Victory at Foiey's. tOTH FROM MINNEAPOLIS. Capen Didn't Do ftluch at the Ba^innin* bat Wa?m3i Up Well. CAME OF SIXTY INNINGS. Street Railway Will Run Fre quent Cars to Como Park Today. Caoen, in his game last night with Carney, won his first victory in the Fo ley billiard tournament. Both men be ins; Minneapolis players added very de cidedly to the interest of the game. Capen was handicapped at 250. and Car ney was the scratch man— 300 even. Cap**" took matters remarkably easy In the first two innings, but in his third did better with a run of 10. An impos ing little array of ciphers and low runs did not serve to increase his score up to and including the. twelfth inning, but in hit* thirteenth he reeled off 23, imme diately lot low ing it with 14. lie accom plished nothing of especial merit from then on until he struck his twenty sixth, when he surprised all with a run of 25. Then he dexterously made the splendid run of 28 immedi ately after. There were CO innings in the game. By the time the thirtieth in ning was reached Capen had to his credit, allowing the m points he was Conceded at the start, a total of 209 points. Carney was not very slow him self, though by his thirtieth he had only made 112. Out of this total he had scored two runs of 23 ami 10 re spectively. As will he seen by this time i apt-n was 97 points iv the lead, including his credited 50 at the start. Capen scored 11 in his thirty-third and 12 in his forty-second. This wound up his double figures. Carney did some excellent work after his thirtieth Inning. In his thirty-first he ran 18. and then 14 directly after, 10 in his thirty-fourth, 13 in his thirty-seventh, 23 in his thirty-ninth, IT in his lorty fiith. 10 in his litiy-st cond, and 25 in his fifty-fourth. By the above it will be seen that Capen made double tisrures Beven times, and Carney ten times. I'apen'a high run was 28. and Carney's 25. Capen's actual average was 410 as against Carney's 4 50-50. The score at the finish stood: Capen, 300; Carney. ESO". There will be no game tonight. To morrow night Thomas (300) will play liabcoek (215). The Boston Open Till 1 :3O Today. Special sale of Neckwear and Winter Underwear. CARS FOh sly \TISKS. Coir.o Line to He Operated With Maay Car*. The street railway company has made every itnaiigement to handle the crowd which will go to Lake Coino today to enjoy their Thanksgiving. The ice is in gooa condition, and a lai^e attendance is expected. There will l>e an extra service on the Como line. Owing to unforeseen cir tuuisiancfs at Uie last moment, the final arrangements for the race» tell through, and consequently tlie races will be post poned for a few days, when they will be announced. The condition of the ice and the number of fancy skaters who will go there today will more than com pensate any one for any disappointment in list* taiiure of the races, and Como will have her full quota of ruerryinak in. Special Thanksgiving Sale Of Neckwear and Winter Underwear at the Boston. Store closes at 1:30 today. WHIST WINNERS. Game Last Night in the Whist Tourney. In the wliist tournament game last night at the, St. Paul Chess, Checker ai.il Whist club rooms, the .North and South team proved the victors, defeat ing tlie East and West team 1,615 to 1,544. The average of the former was 17.* |4-9, aud of the latter, 171 5-9. The •cores in detail were as follows: North and South— Rorinan Fetter and &L L. Country man 179 George \ . Hawkins and F. E. Ward 177 D. S. Sperry and P. E. Potter 171 CB. Witherle and O. H. Brians. . 191 C. S. Bixuy and C. W. Sanders 18:2 O. >I.3letcalf and W. C. Sargent.. 180 William Baker and W. C. Handy .. 188 F. H. Stoltzeand Fred Ne150n.."... 172 E. C. lyes and C. L. Zenzius 175 Total 1,015 East and West— J. H. Purington and L. McL. Jack- son 178 It. K. Armstrong and C. P. Howes. IG7 J. H. Ramatey and J. H. Armstrong lfiG CoroeiiusWilliaiaa andT. J. Buford 172 C. W. Gordon and Jared How 16'J W. 8. Hay aiid J. W. Smith 175 E. A. Montgomery and C. A. Fiske 165 G. L. Bunn aud J. 11. Briges 185 William Hudson and Robert Erwin IC7 Total 1,544 We don't keep Gas Fixtures and Globes. Wh sell them at 'Jfi East Third meet. P. V. Dwyer Bros. Company. CAPT. WARD QUITS. Vi'cllKnown Base Balliat Will Practice Law. New Yobk. Nov. 28.—Manager and Captain John Ward has resigned both his positions in the New York club. Ueorge Davis, third baseman, has been signed to manage and captain the team Tor the coming season. Wara intends practicine law with a Wall street firm of lawyers. WILLING TO COMB. Prospects of a Meeting Between the New York and London Ath letic Clubs. Loxdon, Nov. 28.—Mr. Holmes, sec retary of the London Athletic club, in an interview today said he had not re ceived overtures of any kind from the New York Athletic tlub looking to the sending of an athletic t«am from his organization to the United States to compete with a team representing the New York club. He said that he saw do obstacle to such an event, and that ho would be glad to have the London Athletic club send a team to the United States aft*r tho meeting between Ox forci r.r.d Cambridge in thespiing. Of ioursv, the team which woula visit &n!<;: -a would represeut the London athletic ciub aione. Fresh Cut Flowers. These may always be found at May & Co.'s, 25 and 27 West Fifth street. They %V.l be o;>«n until noon Thanksgiving lay. Cumberland. Park Races. Nashville, Term., Nov. 28. — The Cumberland Park Fair and Racing as- MciaUou will close the most successful tall meetinjr ever held in Nashville to morrow. Today's summaries: First race.rive furlongs— Hymen won, V\L T Ellin second, Loflin Jr. third. Time, l :ic2. Second race, six furlongs— Denver won. Monarch second, Bankrupt third. Time, 1:10 V Third race, five furlong?— Tea Set won, Marinella second, Kosina third. Time. I:o3}*'. Fourth race, mile ami a sixteenth— Tasco won, Theodore 11 second, Wolsey thud. Time I:4S^'. Fifth race, six and a half furlonirs— Dr. Work won, Naxnphone second, Two O'clock third. Time. 1:22. On the Virginia Track. Si ABABU RACB TRACK, Nov. 28.— The Vinriuia Jockey club has decided to c.'iitinue the meeting at St. Asaph despite the refusal of the, National .lojkey club to sanction the extension. Results: First race, six and a half furlongs— Modereio won, Buckeye second. True Penny third. Time, i:_' 4. Second race, six furlongs— Kilkenny won. Trump second, Uncle Jim third, 'lime, 1:17.;. Thud race, seven furlonirs—Melnytre won, Blackhawk second, Blue <iarier third. Time. l:SOff. Fourth race, six furlonirs—Vocality won. Forager second, Asia third. Time, 1:17*. Fittli race, seven furlongs—Major General won, George Dixun second, Thurston third. Time, i:3O. Sixth race, six furlongs—Andrews won. Eliso Morrison filly second, Nava hoe third. Time, 1:17' 4 . St. IjouU Kaces. St. Loris, Mo., Nov. 28.—Madison re sults: First race, selling. Jive and a half furlongs — Westover won. John Francis second, Irene 11 third. Time, I:l4'^. Second, sell in*, five and a halt fur lonns — Larry Kavanagh won. Bona Vera second, Storekkeper third. Time, l:12; s . third, selling, five and a half fur longs— Gertie Black won, Mi*s Mary second, Motion third. Time, 1:12^;, Fourth, «elliiitf. four and a hall' fur longs-Harry Warren won. Courtney second, Republic third. Time, :58. Fifth, selling, mile — Bargain won. Love Knot second, Al Barrow third. Time, 1:48' 4 . Lexington liesults. Lexington, Nov. 28.—First race, six furlongs—Contest won, Jim Henry sec* ond, Himyara third. Time, 1:10. Second race, four and a half furlongs —Bridget won. Sir Kohe second, Horace Argo third. Time, :sti'... Third race, six furlongs — Cyclone won, Sister Anita second, Salvation third. Time, 1:16. Fourth race, four and a half furlongs —Buck Massie won, Sumo second, Relict third. Time. :55V Fifth race, live furlongs—Prairie won. Beldivere second. Pleasantry third. Time, l:«S&. BHATTICK BOYS BEATKN. Orchird Lake Boys Pllo Up Four Scores to Their One. Chicago. Nov. 28.—The game be tween the elevens of the Orchard Lake Military academy, Orchard Lake, Mich., and Shattuck school. Faribault, Minn., was won by the former by a score of 24 to 6. In the first half, when the ball was on Shaituck's five-yard line, New hall broke the rough and ran the length of the field for a touchdown. Kobinson kicked goal. Score.Shattuck. 0; Orchard Lake, 0. Within the next few plays Orchard Lake made two louch-uowns, but fniled both times to kick goal. Score for the first half. Orchard Lake, 8; SLaltuck, 6. In the second half Orchard Lake scoreu lour more touch-downs, but failed to kick a single goal. The game closed: Orchard Lake, 2i; Shattuek. ti. Paralyzed the hpeotators. Chicago, Nov. 28.—Harry Pigeon, a New York welterweight, scored one of the quickest knock-outs on record in a glove couttst with Billy Lambert, of England, last nitht, before a South Side athletic club. The men shook hands and both let almost simultaneously and missed. Pitjeon swung his left and Lambert ducked away, but came up just in time to catch a hard right swing on the jaw, whiek knocked him com pletely out. The time consumed was exactly six seconds, and was so short as to completely paralyze the spectators. First Skating ltace. A one-mile amateur race will be held at the Northwestern Athletic Club's Skating rink, back of the West hotel, Minneapolis,Thanksgivingevening.The management has provided fifteen elec tric lights. The best skaters iv St. Paul and Minneapolis have entered and the entry list will be open until a half an hour before the race starts. The prizes will be a gold and a silver medal. Nettieton Rink Beaten. An exciting game of curling was played at the rink last night between the Nettieton and McMillau rinks, re sulting as follows: Fred Smith, D. C. Baker. Dr. White, Tom Cameron. George Hall, Jack McMillan. Q. >'ettietoii. skip-10.1). McMillan, skip-13. Broke Johnson's Record. Buffalo, N. V.. Nov. 28.—John Penseyres, of the Press Cycling club, rode a straightaway unpaced mile on Hartel avenue in 1:53 2-5, reducing Johnson's figures 4 2-5 seconds, macie h«re Oct. 30. A strong wind at his back materially aided him. Judgment! Prom every tobacco chewer is wanted as to the merits of LORILLARD'S PLUG.. All good judges of chewing tobacoa hava thus far Been unanimous in pro* nounclng it the best in quality, the most delicious in flavor, the best io every -way. It's Lorillard'a. Ask the dealer for it. THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: THURSDAY MORMIMIr, NOVEMBEK T9 ISH. Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report "*^ ABSOBAnrSSBSf PURE OUR EXPORT TRADE, Discussed by Secretary Mor ton in His Annual Report. TO BREAK DOWN THE BARS Ag-ainst American Products He Recommends Judicious Retaliation. SOME FACTS FOR FARMERS. Crops That Can Be Marketed Abroad at Fair Prices. Washington. Nov. '28.— The annual report of the secretary of agriculture is particularly interesting because of its reference ;o current trouble* with for eign governments over the importation of American products. He reviews the subject-of foreign markets and gives figures of four agri cultural exports, especially those of Great Britain. That country paid dur ing the year 18J3 for American bread stuff's, provisions, cotton and tobacco, over $624, 000.000. Including about $10, --000,000 worth of mineral oils with agri cultural exports. The United Kingdom took 5.3 per cent of all exports of bread stuffs, provisions, mineral oils, cotton and tobacco. Of dressed beef, Great Britain took from us during the nrsi six months of the year 181 M 110,000,000 worth. Au siralaiia is our chief competitor for tne trade. Mr. Morton deems it probable that the American farmer will lind more advantage from the shipment of dressed beef than from the exportation of live cattle. Referring to the frequent allegations on the part of the European government that live animals from the United .States are diseased, the secretary expresses the opinion that those allegations are sometimes based on fear of infection, but at other times made for economic reasons. He argued that if all American beef goinir abroad were shipped in the carcasses bearing the government certificate as to whole someness it certainly could not be shut out on account of alleged diseases, lie suggests that if certain European nations continue to insist on mi croscopical inspection of American pork and veterinary inspection of beef with governmental certification to each, the government ot the United States might well insist upon such in spection and certification by such for eign governments for all importa tions therefrom, whether edible or bev erages intended for human consump tion, He reports a very large increase in the exports of beef and hog products over the year previous, with, on the other hand, a marked decline in the exports of wheat. Sweetest Songs. Part 2 has arrived. Asli the opinion of some friend who lias secured Part 1 of this series, ami then call at the Globe counting room for yours. LAY IT IO THK TARIFF. Protection Said to Be at the Bot tom of France's Trouble. Washington, Nov. 28.—There ap pears to be a curious resemblance be tween the commercial situation in France and that in the United States, arising from diametrically opposite causes, as set forth in a report tv the department of state by Stephen AHjell, United States commercial agent at Roubaix. He quotes from a leading French authority as follows: The commercial situation is grave, or it appears to be, which is the same thing for the irenerai public. There are protectionists and free traders, both of whom seek the solution according to their respective views of the tinaucial policy now in force, which to decidedly a protectionist one. The financial crisis is contemporaneous with the iuaugura tion of the new tariff, and the support ers of this tariff are called on to explain the fact that trots the commencement of the year WJ'2, which was the date of the enactment of the new tariff, until Sept. :X), 181 M. there was a falling off in exports of more than 68,'.W,000,000 frar.es. Bad times exist. They commenced with the new tariff. Therefore the tariff is the cause. Such is the reasoning the free traders put forth. Bui the protectionists point to the fact that France does not snffer alone from the diminution of exports; that England, a country with a free trade policy, has suffered as well; and that the depression which exists in France is experienced everywhere. It is generally admitted, nevertheless, that the tariff is responsible for the falling off of 699,000,000 frauc3 in exports to Spain and 80,000,000 to Switzerland dur ing these thirty-six months. The result is that free traders are sufferers from the depression, are crying out loudly, and are demanding a change in the ex isting legislation THE NEW HOUSE. Official List Gives Republicans Two-Thirds of the Members. Washington,' Not. 28.— Not until today have the official* of the house felt sufficient confidence in their unofficial list of representatives of the Fifty fourth congress to send It to the printer. As finally prepared the list shows 244 Republicans, 104 Democrats and 6 Pop ulists. 1 Silver and 1 vacant. The Re publicans will constitute mere than two-third* erf the * house member ship. Seotiona-lly, the Republican ma ■jonty will be divided as follows: New England states, 26; old middle states,66; Middle Western states, 92; far Western states, 28; Southern states, 82. The Pemoccais secure only thirteen mem bers in the Northern states; California and Massachusetts contribute one each; Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania two each, and New York five. The Demo crats secure six solid state delegation**, those of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Caro lina. The Republicans secure nineteen splid delegations, those of Connecticut, Delaware! Idaho, Indiana, lowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin. In all twiu)to-«lght contests may be m«d« fro'iH'the $sylhern states,'and a majority of tFfero' are to be instituted by Republican candidates - against D«W.* crats, but it now appears probable that that there will not be so many. Mr. Myers, who it was expected would wage. a contest for the seat from, th« Sixth i Arkansas district, is now quoted as sav i ma: that be wiil make no effort to secure the seat in the face of tin- fact tluit liis opponent is credited with a 3.000 ma jority. Lite adv.ces also indicate thai LeeCrandall will abandon the contest ■gainst Gen. Wheeler for the seat from I the Eighth Alabama district. BLOWLV I >l l' ito V I SG. President's Illness Very Painfnl, I hough Not herioii*. Washington, Nov. 28.—1n view of the circulation or rumors to the effect that the condition of the president is much worse than lias been reported, lib, private secretary was today asked tor a statement of the facts. In response, lie said that the president has been Buffer ing from an acute attack of rheum or rheumatic gout, lie has been sub ject to UiesH attacks for year* past, and this is by no means more severe than others he has experienced. For a couple of days he was confined lo his bed, but he* has passed the most violent stage of his malady, and, although still suffering some pain, is working at his message, and is making such progress that it will certainly be ready for delivery to congress on the first day of the suasion, unless something unforeseen occurs. The president does not occupy a gout coucn, but sits in an easy chair, witli his afllicied foot resting on a cushion, and lie* down only at intervals, when tiie limb becomes painful. llis condition is steadily improving, and it is expected he will be able to get about in a few days. iSKW YORK, Nov. 28.—A Waelnneton special to the World says: The pres ident has been and still is h much sicker man than the administration would have the, public believe. His condition is not alarming, but it is a fact that the severe attack of rheumatic gout which followed the sprain of his left ankle practically incapacitated him from work on his message. During the last threw days Mr. Cleveland has suffered much pain from his swollen leg, and to obtain relief has remained in bed much of the time. Dr. O'Keiily. it is said, expects Mr. Cleveland wilt be able to move about and possibly come to the city iv a fewdays. Mr. Cleveland nas be.ea un able to do much writing, and the fact tiiat his message is tar from comoleto is said to have given Dim much uneasiness. It is possiole the message will not be transmitted to congress on the usual day. The "Plymouth" open until noon to day, Thanksgiving day. "Plymouth" Corner, Seventh and Robert. Part One «>t iue songster. It has just arrived, and these two littfe Brownies are singing the Sonus it contains all day. They are pretty Rood sin ere rs, and If you want to siii^r the same old songs they suit:, just drop into the Globe counting room with 10 cents in silver and you will secure the back number (No, 1). which arrived yesterday. Ten cents in silver, ad dressed to the Gi.ouk Ait Department, will secure itby mail. Schooner Going to Piece 3. Saybuook, Conn., Nov. 28.— The schooner Annie J. Pardee is ashore on ISaybrook bar, and is toing to pieces. Capt. Bosby, of Cape Cod, and a crew of nine men are still on board. Owing to a heavy wind the crew cannot be reached. Challenge Accepted. New Yokk. Nov. 28.—Alfred De Oro. who claims to be the fifteen-ball-pool champion of the world, announces that he will accept the challenge of Louis J. Malone to meet him in a match in this city in January next fora purse of f 1,000. I Have Traveled a Good Deal The last year, both in Europe and Amer ica, but 1 have never enjoyed any rail road trip more than a recent one on the "Burlincton." The scenery alone the great "Father of Waters" "is so "mag nificent and varied that one forgets it late or never.—Dr. F. Voss Nohn, World's Fair Correspondent of the "Aftenbiad." Bergen, Norway. i»n-:i>. HILL—Mn. Susan L.. Nov. JB. 1594. sister of Bishop Wbipple. Funeral services at the* cathedral. Fanbatilt. Thursday, the 29tu, at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment. Rome, N.Y. BAILEY—in St. Paul. Annie, beloved wife of David Bailey and daughter of Anton Windolph. of Chnska, Minn.. Tuesrtav.Sov. 27, at 4:30 p. m.. aged thirty-one years. Funeral from the residence of her brother in-law, Theodore Jans. 466 Wabashn street, Friday, Nov. 80. at 8:45 a. m. Servieo at CatDedral church at 9 o'clock. Friends in vited to attend. AIUJSEMEJIiTS. METROPOLITAN 2 Holiday Performances Todsy. The Tavary Grand English Opera Co. Matinee, 2:30 BOHEMIAN GIRL Tonight at 8 FAUST Ffidfty TANNHAEUSER Saturday Matinee CARMEN Saturday Night WILLTAM TELL NOTE—Curtain will rise promptly at eight o'clock during this engagement. Next Week—STUART BOBSON. SALE OF SEATS FOR Stuart Robson's ENGAGEMENT OPENS THIS MORNING AT THE Metropolitan Opera House. The GRAND 1 V^_____T^ Everybody. GIVE |TN I l™ THANKS! J"LN I ark AT I OLD I «xP«rTKD today. I KENTUCKY! ty CON ROY asp FOX NEXT. jgj CONCERT AND RECITAL! THE FAMOUS SOPRANO MME. RAU> TA UN>E, OF NORWAY,AND MR. JREDEKIC AlloHKl*, The World-lteuowued Organist, at PEOPLE'S-::-CHURCH Friday EveutiiK, Nov. 30, 1894, Tickets on sale at Howard, Far well A Co,'«— • and SO c»BUk THIS BEING THANKSGIVING DAY, GUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY Marvels of Beauty in China JK. Our Art Department at Marvelously. Low Prices. There are many wonderfully beautiful things in our Art De partment. Specimens of Sevres and other Fine China that are wonders in art, but it is to wonders in price that we call your at tention on Friday and Saturday. Miniature Plates, w Victoria Carlsbad China, in imitation of Jp\ •/ / v'"l-"'V >!'V^v Sevres Ware, clear, semi-transparent, can- >fPA» :"• *"" ' '■'~~Tl>t\ nele shape, gold-stippled edges,miniatures of $\''''-' 1 j&*^l "*""'s& historical celebrities— *-.\ ! Is*?? * -T^l Mme. de Montespan, Louis XIV., v, ''•■.] '■■■■31. . I&4' *X*'^4 me. de Pompadour, Louis XV., L..v. f^S^^^ •'**&s Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI., &V .V-.'.V "t^2?^ '"''* V-j Marie Theresa, Grand Dauphin, . V---— "^9» \ v Marie Leczinski, Cinq Mars, \C«***"--","•"■ , *• V V-Jr Mile, de Montpensier, Philippe d'Orleans, /' •' I■' '■'&? Dainty plates for fruit, dessert, cake, ice t*^^-J.-J:£-j&'^ cream or what not. The wonder is that we can sell them for 29c, 39c and 49c Each. They will be beautiful, and cannot fail to be instructive, interesting and useful gifts. »»Ban low pbices os cm buss water sets«= I Have attracted much attention, and it is not singular they should. That is what the low prices are intended to do. Here is an offering for Friday and Saturday that will make some commotion among the crockery men: A set consisting of Water Bottle and 6 Tumblers, cut in the Strawberry, Fan and Star pattern, for $4-. 19. The Tumblers alone have been sold in most stores for $12.00 a dozen. We will sell them, per dozen, for $4.75. Trianon and Greek Fret Tumblers, special price, 62c Per half dozen. CUT GLASS VASES AT SPECIAL PRICES. 8-INCH, 10-INCH, 12-INCH, 14-INCH, 16-INCH $3.19 54.i9 $5769" $7.19 $11.19 IMPORTANT SALE IN THE Drapery and Furniture Departm't OF-— Beds and Bedding, Mattresses, Blankets, Etc. Iron beds, 3 feet by 6, worth $8.75, for $6.48 Iron Beds, 3 feet by 6, worth $9.75, for 7.48 Iron Beds, 3 feet by 6, worth $13.50, for 9.98 Iron Beds, 4 feet by 5, worth $15.50, for 10.98 Brass Beds, 3feet by 6,.worth $30.00, for 23.48 Brass Beds, 4 feet by 6, worth $30.00, for 20.00 Brass Beds, 4 feet by 6, worth $45.00, for 33.75 Brass Beds, 4 feet by 6, worth $60.00, for . 38.98 Brass Beds, 4 feet by 6, worth $70.00, for 52.50 Brass Beds, with canopy, 4 feet by 6, worth $70, for. 54.00 30-lb. best XXXX Moss Mattress for 6.25 40-lb. best XXXX Moss Mattress for. 7.45 30-lb. Hair Mattress for 13.50 40-lb. Hair Mattress for 16.75 10-4 All-Wool Blankets, worth $5.00, for 3.49 10-4 11-Wool Blankets, worth $5.50, for . 3.90 Down Quilts of Sateen, worth $6.50, for 4.75 Sateen Comforts, worth $2.50, for 1.78 Challie Comforts, our own make, for 1.69 — DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.™ ESPEY'S FRAGRANT CREAM, for chapped hands and lips, |Oc a Bottle. SPECIALS IN TOILET SO kP-Three kinds at one low price: Cucumber Complexion Toilet Soap, Buttercup Soap, Witch Hazel Oil, Butter milk and Glycerine Soap, box of 3 cakes of either, for TWENTY CENTS. Pure Transparent Glycerine Soap, made specially for us and stamped on each cake with our name as a guarantee of quality, 6 CAKES FOR 2Oc. These are the lowest prices ever quoted on Fine Toilet Soaps. *" Belding Bros.' Superior Quality Black Sewing Silk, all letters, 1-ounce spools; special, 4-7 C a spool. Silvered Cabinet Photograph Frames, lacquered and untarnishable-- LOT 1-Regular 75c and $1.00 frames, for 39 C . ' LOT 2-Regular 46c to 65c frames, for 29c. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons (925-1,000 fine), the very finest spoons made, in quite novel patterns. They would be a bargain at $1.00. Our price is 69c each. -—--LINENS-—- Exceptional Values In Cream and Unbleached Linens of Reliable Hake. One hundred dozen %-size Cream Napkins at $1.69 a. dozen. They would be cheap at $2.00. 16 pieces Cream Irish Table Linen, 64 inches wide, a better quality than you are in the habit of buying in either city for 60c. Our price is 4 9c. 20 pieces Cream Scotch Table Linen, 2 yards wide, at 90c a yard. Good value for $1.15. 1,200 Hemstitched Huck Towels, size 18x36 inches, colored and white bor ders, at 12c each. Good value for 20c. 100 Honeycomb Bedspreads, newest designs, largest size, at £1 4.9 each Other houses get $1.76 for the same quilt. 9***4 «wn. Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn. MAR RIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS P|g| rrj I ffl v —; UK. rtLltK. Marriage Licenses. f O. J. Burke A. M. Arnold John Kuhde Erulie Foer6ter ion Fn*t Sevanfhe* C/ Pn,,i A*,'*,* James E. Flndlan.. ,Katie E, Findlan ' 70U taSt oeKO/JWsf., St. Paul Mini IS. K. McUuire Christina Madi?en Henry retry Annie Schmotter ' Lars P. Jorgensoij.Mrs. Mary Sorenson Speedily eurts nil private, nerjoui, chronic John Frederlckson....Mary A. Johnson »i?oblQo4 aud «liiu diseases of both sexes, ■I M l[ bio"" 0"--B£b a.m£asss s.»isi.ss«.°»o°s:aiffiv^¥.ia^ tH&m::dB2E£2S awsjfasjri.'iusi jaaa at : 11. E. bpurrler Hat tie A. Walker i»g ulcers, blotfrhes, gore (bro»t ami mouth. I Births. pains In (he head »iul bones, and all di«ea^os Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Oehlers Boy ,°, fa *"«H dc,7, B, and bladder are cured for ' Mr nnri Kfrs Hpnrv Iph nirl iff' Men or all ages who are suffering frOJp Mr. and Mrs. lienryiiee... Girl the result of jroathfQl iadiscreUoa or e.£ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lolsell Boy cesses of mature yi*r£ prodSg nervous- Mr, and Mrs. C. 11. Blodicett Boy nest, indigestion, oohstipatlofi. loss of meoj- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kelly Girl or etc., are thoroughly and permanently Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilby ..Girl cu,!; ed „ ' v t. v^ _ m #1 Dr. Feller, who has had many years of ex iicauiM. perieuce in thisi«re6ia)ty, is a graduate from Jennie Blon, 242 Eagle 5treet.....29 yrs °lJe 0* the leading medical colleges of the Devoda Petelman, 119 Sherburne..sß vrs o6u^ lrf > : Ho hafi n§ver failed In c\irin«atiy K-r«fiuiifk Tdt«in<inn 4St? Fuller «i ir« caseii that ho Das undertalten. Cases and Frederick lessuiann, 4i*> culler..oo yrs oortespondence eacredly confidential. Cal _ _ or write for list of questions. Medicine sent — • by mall and espfesti everywhere free from isk and exposure. ANMOURCE.IIEIXTS. ! TVJOTICK IS HKRKBV GIVKN THAT l^i any and all power and authority hereto- 4*/*^/^ Tho I R UCOO fore at any lime Riven by me to Marie Ouibert tfJ(*lPlvSifev I llu Ji Ui it LOO hn» been revoktd. Marcel Cuibert. O&^^^^\ f^ Kh»lAsilA bank. ist. PAYJL.MJNN- rthand VJT Paid-up capital, JtQC'.OOO. Win, Blckel, 1«'l»'U OHIUUI» incident; P. M. Ker»t, cashier. Does i A | XESSBMSmkjlff Kencral banking business and pays intertM 'kLtPQbWw /55f + , 55 tlSft dSpoilTs. ■ Lbcal6d Ju its own \£&3rr/M e! 8l(i? the j«r building, opposite the pontoffice. A f«« Xy*sMmP*W r6\fnd-^pay, E?ett choice offices (In rent. , iMJ^y^X/j/ ing and by Mail, MEN\S=:=DEPARTMENT I REDUCTION SfiLE OF UNDERWEAR. Sf DR. JAEGER'S UNDERWEAR! Kf We will on Friday and Saturday offer our whole stock of Winter Weights of Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen Underwear at a special reduction of 20 PER CENT from list price. Our other stock of Men's Underwear will be offered at evem greater reductions. . *152. 75 Camel's Hair, regular made «2 00 $2.50 Ribbed Natural Gray Worsted ". .*.*..* $|".69 $2.00 Natural Wool, non-shrinking * | 39 $1.75 Natural Wool, non-shrinking SI. 19 $1.25 Camel's Hair, Gray and Brown Merino.... * 89c ■—■ HOSIERY \b=3m Two Great Specials for Friday and Saturday. We offer 50 dozen Children's Heavy 2-1 Ribbed Cashmere Hose, 50c and" 60c qualities, at 35c Per Pair. Three pairs for .00. This is more than anticipating the reductions of the new tariff. 70 dozen Children's Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose, with double knees, heels and toes, at (9 Cents Per Pair. This cold weather makes business active in the Underwear department. Better secure what you want before stocks are broken. Prices have never been as low as they are now. We will offer on Friday and Saturday, at $14.75 each, eight different lines of stylish Ccats of Chinchillas, Beavers, Cheviots, Melton Cheviots, Bisons and other new cloths, all made with coat back and high storm collar, 36 to 40 inches long, some of them tight-fitting, others box fronts, many of them hand' somely trimmed with fur. Choice of the Lot for $14.75.; We shall offer some of the best values in Misses' and Children's Fine Cloaks | that we have offered this season.. It will not be wise to wait longer before buying. Stocks are rapidly being exhausted, and will not be again replenished this season. The styles and qua!- ■ ities cannot possibly be replaced later. Three lines of Ladies' Wrappers, the prices of which have been $1.50 to $2.00. You can buy them on Friday and Saturday for $|.|9 each. Dark Fancies, Indigo Blues and Mournings. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE OF TRIMMED MILLINERY The time has come to reduce stock, and we have cut prices en all kinds of Trimmed Hats. Nothing will be gained by waiting longer. Prices will not be lower than now and the assortment will be much less. Our Millinery is of thi finest kind, and the styles are the best in the Twin Cities. Hats that have been $5 to $8 reduced to $3.48 Hats that have been $8 to $12 reduced to 5.98 Hats that have been $12 to $15 reduced to 8.98 Hats that have been $15 to $20 reduced to 10.78 VeluePßoses, all the new shades, worth $1 a bunch, for. . . 39c Ostrich Tips, newest shades, worth $1.50, for 59c Genuine Knox Hats in all the leading shapes. Mourning Millinery of the finest description, including veils, at all prices. Orders are promptly filled at short notice. Specialties in Evening Hats. We ait constantly receiving new ideas from New York and Paris. These Prices Are for Friday and Saturday Only. 6 pieces extra heavy, wide, small patterns, this season's newest designs, BLACK BROCADE SILKS, NINETY-NINE CENTS. We have not sold a yard under $1.36, and after Saturday $1.35 will be the price, if any remain unsold. 5 pieces good BLACK TAFFETA, Fifty-Nine Gents. This is the 85c grade. Black and Colored Crystals, including evening shades; 50 pieces just came in; they were bought to sell at $1. On Friday and Saturday you can buy them For Sixty-Nine Cents a Yard. Three lots of FANCY SILKS for Waists: 86 pieces at 49 cents, value $1.00: 50 pieces at 69 cents, value $1.00 to $1.26; 40 pieces at 98 cents, value $1.50. Glove Department. Extra heavy double Black Silk Mittens, fancy back, $1.25 quality for 75c. Ladies' Mocha Mitts, fleece-lined, colors and black. $1.50 quality for $7.0^ Children's Kid Mitts, fur tops, $1 quality for 50 cents. HANDKERCHIEFS. 700 boxes Children's Handkerchiefs; our special sale price is 25c per box. They are regularly sold at 35 cents. 500 boxes Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, pure Irish Linen, a box of six for 86 cents. Men's soft bleach, pure Irish Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs; the regular price has been $1.75. Our special price for a box of six is $1.35. Muslin Underwear Department. Gift-giving at the Holiday season assumes more and more a practical char acter, and useful presents promise to be more in favor this year than ever fee fore. Such gifts are very abundant in this department, and we begin tomorrow a series of sweeping reductions that will enable you to buy acceptable gifts for veru little money. These reductions will bring down the prices of good MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, CHILDREN'S DRESSES, INFANTS' DRESSES. See the Might Gowns we offer at 69c; see the Night Gowns we offer at 93c: see the Night Gowns lv« offer at $1.25. An odd lot of handsome Gowns at one-third less than cost. Dolls at special prices for the Carnival. Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn. Hiy^ VI TALI S r\B T %r f&^'miwL* Wade a Wet === vVtAITs »** •^Qi^b^ S THE GREAT 30th Day. JMrVjtffi j^/^W FRENCH REMEDY sothDa^ ftgp SmL I I Produces the Above Results in 30 Days. 1 * * acts powerfully and quickly. Cures who ■■—■■■—■—■—■—— all others fail. Young men will regain the! lost strength and old men will recover theif Q4 youthful vigor by using VITAL! S. 1 I \ fW quickly and surely restores Lost Vitality, Ij r^y y^^ |^ Lost Power Failing Memory, etc., and is i • positive cure for Nervousness, Wasting Dis - 1 ——— eases, and all effects of indiscretion. Wardt ■™^■ mmmm ■■■"■—^^^^— oft" Insanity and Consumption. Insist 01 buying VITALIS, no other. Can be car. P.4A ****. •* W -"«* rieti in vest Pocket- By mail, $1.00 pel IJ f^k [^ f^i 1 r^n X package, or six for $3.00. with a Positm P*^ \df\ W»J U I \^^ m Written Guarantee to Cure or Refund th« \g I^^ ■ •• Money in every box. Circular free. Address = CALUMET REMEDY CO., Chicago, 11l- For Sale by l.allir^p .>lii**?t --'-». • m a. .« >->« . lcr. Fourth ami Malmslin. • (Jet It at the Globe -—^- — ~^ «*».. 'POPULAR WANTS.