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THIHTEEH Of THEIW
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
HANDED DOWN IX THAT
MANY CASES.
MANY* CASES.
G. N. RAILWAY SUCCEEDS
IX TWO APPEALS IX WHICH THE
LOWER COURTS ARE RE-
VERSED. '
BLUE EARTH COMMISSIONERS
Appellants in a Cast' in Which the
Lower Court's Finding* Are
Lower Court's Findings Are
Modified.
Of the thirteen decisions handed
down by the supreme court yester
day, seven were written by Justice
Canty and the remaining six by Just
ice Collins. In all but two of the
cases the judgments and orders \ of
the trial courts are affirmed.
Hattie \V. Backus & Louisa B. Smith,
respondents, vs. Frank Burke Jr.- et
al., appellants.
1. \\ hen after a default in a mort
gage, the mortgagee in apparent good
tail- makes a void foreclosure, and
after the year to redeem, the purchaser
at the foreclosure sale takes possession
under color of the foreclosure proceed
ings, lit. is a mortgagee In possession
ami entitled to all the rights of such a
mortgage whether he took possession
with or without the consent either ex
press or implied of the mortgagor.
Rogers vs. Benton, 39 .Minn., 39, and
Jeliison vs. Halloran, 41 Minn., criti
cise- and limited.
2. The statute of limitations com
mences to ran In favor of such a pur
chaser from the time he so takes pos
sesion, and when by statute the time
to commence foreclosure by action was
limited to ten ytars, the time to redeem
from such a purchaser occupying the
position of mortgagee in possession,
was by analogy ten years after he so j
took possession.
3. See. 5147, G. S. 1891, provides "If a
person entitled to bring an action men
tioned In this chapter, except for a
penalty or forfeiture, is at the time the
cause- "of action accrues * * within
the. age of twenty-one years, * * the
time of such disability is not a part of
the time limited for the commencement
of the action, except that the period
within which the action must be
brought cannot * * be so extended ]
in any case longer than one year after |
the disability ceases."
Held, under this statute, the mort
gagor's minor heirs holding the title
to the land when such purchaser took
possession, had ten years thereafter to
bring an action to redeem; but if this
ten-year period expired prior to one
year after any such heir became twen
ty-one years of age, he (or she) had !
also until one year after he* (or she) be- j
came twenty-one years of age. In which
to bring the action.
In this action, held that for ten years, '
one month and seven days after the ;
purchaser so took possession, his pos- j
session was sufficient to start and keep '
running in his favor the statute of lim- i
itations so as to bar the right of cer- j
tain of raid minor heirs to redeem.
4. Before the time to redeem expired
as to one of said minor heirs, the leg- ,
islature, by Ch. 09. G. L. 1887, amended 1
Sec. 5141, G. S. 1894, so as to extend the j
time in which to foreclose by action to
fifteen yoais. i
Held, this by analogy extended the!
time to redeem to fifteen years, and j
such minor heir had at least fifteen !
years after the purchaser so took pos- j
session In which to bring an action to !
redeem. - • - „' "
5. An admission of service on the
summons and complaint in this action i
was made by defendant's attorneys, and j
doted on a certain 'day.. This was fol
lowed by an answer made by these at- i
torneys, ar.d a trial In which they ap- i
peared and conducted the defense. I
i Held, under the circumstances it '
must bo presumed either that these at- .
torneys had special authority to so ad- ■
mit service, or that the defendant sub
sequently ratified their acts In so doing, 1
and for the purpose of the statute of i
limitations, the action is deemed to!
have been commenced from the date i
at which service so appears to have I
been admitted.
6. This statutory action to e'etermine
adverse claims to the mortgaged prem
ises was brought- within such fifteen
years by the grantees of such purchaser
in possession against the grantees of
said last-named heir.
Held, if this action results in a judg- i
ment establishing the right and title of j
such heir, it will have stopped the run
ning of the* statute of limitations in fa
vor of such purchaser and his grantees
in i session, from the time of the com
mencement of this action.
7. While such purchaser at the fore
closure sale and his grantees were in i
possession the statute of limitation did !
not run against them so as to bar a j
foreclosure by action. i
The trial court found in this action ]
that a certain person (presumably sul j
juris, but not old in years) "left Dv- 1
luth and since the year 1878 his friends I
have had no information whatever con- |
cerning him, and during all this time :
he. has not been board from by them."
Held, this is a finding of mere cvi- !
dence not conclusive in itself, and does
not amount to a finding that the. per
: on Is dead.
8. Where material in a collateral pro-
ceeding, a deed absolute on Its face
may be shown to lie In fact a mortgage,
without bringing a bill in equity to
have it so declared.
9-11. Other rulings of the trial court
reviewed and disposed, of.
Order affirmed. —Canty, J.
.
H. D. Foy, doing business as H. D.
H. D. Foy, doing business as H. D.
liV & Co.. respondent; vs. Chicago.
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Com-
pany, appellant. . ;,
The defendant, the last of several
connecting common carriers, delivered
the goods at their destination to a per
son- other than the consignee by reason
of wrong directions given him by one
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consignee, and without the sin -render
of the bill of lading, Issued by the in
itial carrier. • ..,;'; .';'■ ~-'y
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apparent authority so to order the
goods delivered to such third person,
and the defendant la liable for conver
sion of the goods. .■■■■■. • '-- - >- _ _; •
Judgment affirmed. ■> "■ — Canty. J. j
Joachim Spalti, respondent." vs. Pr*do-
lin Blumer el al., defendant!*.
lin Blumer et al., appellant's.
G. held ;i mortgage on the land of tho
defendants F. H. and S. 8., which mort
gage was evidenced by a . deetV abso
lute on Its face, and. an agreement to
reconvey. Thereafter S. B. married,
and he sine! his wife occupied the prem- j
ises as their stead. Thereafter at
the request of **"* B. and S. 8., plaintiff |
paid <;. the amount of his mortgage In-
I debtedness and (130 more for the use
and benefit of F- B. and S. P.: Q. madei i
la deed of the land to plaintflff, who
i made an agreement to recon v'fy to P.
It. and S. P.. on l>eing repaid the total
iso advanced by him. and F. B. and' S. I
B. released the agreement made by G.
ito reconvey to them: the intention of
all the parties to the transaction was j
that plaintiff should have security on j
I the land for the total amount so ad- i
vanced by him. but the wife of S. B.
did rot consent in writing thereto.
Held, all the rights of (1. were by ihe
transaction transferred to " plaintiff.
and to that extent he had a lien on
the land superior to the homestead
rights of S. B am" his wife. '. •
Other unimportant rulings of the trial
court reviewed and disposed of.
Order affirmed. —Canty, J.
David Swank, respondent, vs. Great
Northern Railway Company, appel
lant. .-.--. -:?.-.-
The evidence considered and held not
to Bupoori tho judgment.
Held", under Sec. 2212. G. S. 1894, an
agreement to pay more than at the rate [
of 7 per cent per annum for the use of
morey cannot be enforced unless the
agreement is In writing.
Held further, that under the same
section and Sec. 2214, an agreement to
nay more than 10 per cent per annum
for the use of money is usurious and
void.
Judgment rev. rsed. —Canty, J.
Judgment reversed. —Canty, J.
First National Bank of Hastings, re-
spondent, vs Ezra F. Lambert et al..
defendants. Ezra F. Lambert, appel
lant; First National Bank of Has-
tings, respondent, vs. Ezra F. Lam-
bert et al., defendants, Ezra F. Lam-
bert et al.. appellants.
The principal debtor may be made a
party defendant to a suit by his cred
itor to foreclose a mortgage held as
collateral security for the principal
debt: in such suit the court may pro
ceed to a comnlete adjudication of all
the matters between the parties arising
out of the transactions alleged in the
complaint, and the complaint !•=■ not de
murrable on the ground that different
causes of action are improperly united.
merely because it sets out the collateral
note of the mortgagor which was as
signed to the nlaintlff, and also the
note of the principal debtor held by
plaintiff. nnd demands judgment
i against both the mortgagor and the
I principal debtor for any deficiency ex-
I isting after the foreclosure sale.
Order affirmed. —Canty. J.
C. F. Freeman, doing business as C.
F. Freeman & Co., respondents, vs.
P. G. Kraemer et al., defendants.
P. G. Kraemer et al., appellants.
1. Where the consignor sold for cash
! and shipped goods to the consignee.
! drew drafs on him for the purchase
price and forwarded them with the
j bills of lading attached to a .third
party at the place of destination for
' collection, but the common carrier on
| the order of the consignee, without the
j production of the bills of lading and
; without payment of the drafts or the
| purchase price, delivered the goods at
! the.place of destination to the appel-
I lants who in good faith and without
! notice had purchased them for value
i from the consignee. •....'
I Held, no title vested in the appellants
I and they are liable to plaintiff in an
i action of conversion.
j Held, further, sections 4148 and 4149,
G. S. 1891, do not apply- to such a sale,
i so as to protect "a subsequent pur
| chaser in good faith for value even
| though proper evidence of the sale is
j not filed of record.-' ".'/•-'
I 2. Held, -in -this case the consignor |
i conferred no indicia of ownership on
| the consignee. . .
3. Held, an Instrument issued by the
! common carrier to the consignor, con
i sisting of a receipt for the goods and
I an agreement to carry them from the
1 place of shipment to the place of desti-
nation, is a bill of lading. '
4. Held, the uncontradicted evidence
proved conclusively, that the consignor
was the owner of the goods shipped.
Order affirmed. —Canty, J.
Adolph H. Simon, respondent, vs.
Charles) E. Christian, appellant.
The court below granted a new trial
on the ground that the verdict is not j
sustained by the evidence. j
On the rule laid down in Hicks ■ v. i
Stone, 13 Minn. 398. "A
Held, thei verdict was not manifestly '
and palpably in favor of the evidence •
and the order appealed from should be
affirmed. —Canty, J.
State of Minnesota Lorenzo E. Jud-
son, as administrator of the estate of
William L. Judson (deceased), re- j
spondent, vs. Great Northern Rail-
way Company, appellant. --.'-;'."'
- While a failure on the
j part of those in charge of a locomo
tive to give the statutory signals con- |
! stitutes negligence per se on the. part j
j of the railway company such failure .
I does not render the company liable j
i for Injuries received at a common
j country crossing, if the traveler in- !
j jured contributed thereto by ommil
i ting to look and listen. .
I 2. Swiftly moving and irregular
I trains are to bo expected at such cross
: ings, and it is the duty of persons
{ about to go upon them to look and
I listen for such trains as well as for j
: those upon time or which move slowly, ;
I 3. Held, upon an examination of the i
■ uncontradicted evidence in this case, I
i that it conclusively appeared that i
j plaintiff's intestate, who was killed at j
1 such a crossing, was guilty of contribu- ;
1 tory negligence, and also that there
was no evidence upon which a verdict
! could be supported founded on the
j claim that those in charge of the loco- i
i motive wantonly ran down upon such
1 intestate or failed to exercise due care
' and diligence after discovering that he
was in a place of danger.
I Order reversed. Collins, J. I
I _ !
• V_ r. _ , ~ , -'
Andrew O. Solum, respondent, vs.
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Thought "*«' Could Avoid Sickness
Merely by , iiMaklntr Up Hia
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• Once upon a time, a wise little boy as
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lf-t he-disease was "going round."—
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will.
He Is an oldish man now. and not
half as set in his opinions as he used to
be. He has noticed how rare is perfect
health, and how numeious are the
causes that make people weak and
wretched. Work that they cannot
shirk, exposure, and, very often, their
own indiscretion, bring men and women
to a condition where only a little cold
or trifling Indigestion Is needed to send
them shivering to bed.
The lesson is old as the gray ocean.
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the first sign of decreasing strength,
fortify the body with something- that
stimulates the whole system, gently yet
effectively. It Is proper to say that
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, a medicinal
preparation, has supplanted nearly all
remedies for this purpose.
Thoughtful doctors know that, while
whiskey may be a most valuable help
in inducing a healthy action In. a slug
gish body, only a perfectly pure whis
key will answer the purpose. The dif
ficulty in getting such a whiskey has
been a stumbling-block In the physi- i
clan's path. It did not take the public
long to recognize the excellence of I
Duffy's Pure Malt.
There Is health and strength In every
drort of it. : . , , .'
Great Northern Railway Company,
appellant. ""-■;.'•'■ :
Hold, in an action brought to re
cover damages caused by lire scattered
or thrown by one of defendant's en
gines, that the complaint was suffi
cient to put defendant upon its proofs
when plaintiff had made a prima facie
case under the statute.
Held, further, that upon the evidence
•It was for the jury to determine
whether the statutory presumption as
to the negligence of defendants' serv
ants when operating and managing the
engine had been rebutted and over
come.
Judgment affirmed. —Collins, J.
- esy.mno cmfwyp thordtmahtmhfrf
Carl T. Harhe, respondent, vs. The
Board of County Commissioners of
Blue Earth County, appellant.
In its answer herein defendant ad
mitted the plaintiff's cause of action
as alleged in the complaint and of
fered, In bioad and explicit terms, I
tfhat judgment might be entered
against lt for the relief plaintiff was
entitled to -under the allegations in
said ccmplaint, with all costs and "dis
bursements."" The answer then con.-.,
tamed allegations of wholly irrelevant
new matter, and asked for affirmative.
relief. The reply put the new matter"
in issue, and the question involved was
voluntarily litigated by plaintiff on. a J
trial before, the court without a jury-
As to the new mattes', the defendant
was, in all respects, the prevailing
party, and. was granted tiie affirmative
relief demanded in the answer. '_*
Held, that lt was error for the trial
court to order judgment to be entered
against the defendant for plaintiff's
costs and disbursements. Modified.
i-y —Collins.
J. A. Shea & Co., respondent, vs. Mm
neapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie j
Railway Company, appellant
1. If the acceptance of goods for
transportation by a common carrier !
be special the burden. of proof. in case. j
of loss is upon hlim to show not only
that the cause of the loss was within !
the terms of the exception, but also
that there was on his part no negli
gence or want of due care. '
2. AVhere property has been deliv
ered by a common carrier to a con
signee the presumption is that the lat
ter has paid the carriers charges.
3. A condition in a bill of lading
which provides (lhat the amount of loss
or damage incurred by a carrier is to
be computed at the value of the prop
erty at the . time and place of ship
ment, and wholly fails to provide for
restitution of the. amount which may
have been paid by the consignee as
freight charges is unjust, unreason
able and against public policy. -: :
Order affirmed. . —Collins, J. I
Charles Estes, respondent, vs. Dimon
A. Roberts et al., appellants." " " "". '
When it appears from the leadings I
in an action -brought upon an under- ,
taking given under the provisions of I
General Statutes 1894, section 7989, that j
the debtor in the original action had ;
property out of which the claim could
have been collected at the time of the
giving of the undertaking, but there- |
after sold and disposed of it, so that '
when judgment in the original action
was finally entered the debtor had no j
property, it Is no defense, partial or
otherwise, to set up in the answer that
when the undertaking was executed j
and filed the debtor was actually in
solvent, was unable to pay but a stat
ed per cent on each dollar of his in- |
debtedness, that if a judgment had i
been entered at the time such insolv- !
ent would have made an assignment
tinder the laws of the state, and if he j
ha.d not his creditors would have se- j
cured the appointment of a- receiver, |
and, as a result, the creditor would
not have received a greater per cent
than that stated.
' Order affirmed. —Collins, J.-y
Terence Mournin, respondent, vs. Fe-
lix Trainer, appellant. '_ ..-
1. Held, that the evidence in this i
case, which was brought to enforce'
specific performance of an oral agree- .
ment to convey certain real property !
to plaintiff, was ample to support the {
findings of fact to the effect that at r
the same time a sufficiently definite I
and certain agreement was made.be
tween the parties that plaintiff might
enter Into possession ; of the premises
and improve the same, and that the
subsequent acts of the plaintiff, who
took possession, built a. dwelling house
and has ever since resided therein, re-
sulted from and were in pursuance of
such agreement. And further, that the
evidence and the findings warranted.
the conclusion that there had been
'sufficient part performance of the oral
agreement to convey to take the case
out of the provisions of the statute of
I frauds.
2. Alleged error in the admission of
I certain testimony considered and dis
posed of. A. ---''-
Order affirmed. —Collins, J.
Mi#_flTEUH WILL
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LAST TESTAMENT OF THE LATE'
LAST TESTAMENT OF THE LATE
EUGENE V. FILED FOR I'HO- j '
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— i:
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WAS AN OLD DOCUMENT, j
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HUT WAS NOT SIGNED HY THE j
HUT WAS XOT SIGNED BY THE?
DECEASED UNTIL JUST RE- i.l '
FORE DEATH. . .'; j !
j
DISPOSITION OF PROPERTY.)
DISPOSITION OF PROFERTY.j
" '■ J
A Codicil Attached Provide*! ,
A Codicil Attached Provldes-
Tliat Miss May Bishop Re- |
ceive $300 | '
The will of the late Eugene V.
Larpenteur has been filed for probate,
and under its provisions Mrs. Emily
J. Zenzius, the sister of deceased, and
her five children are bequeathed all
the estate, with the exception of $500
left rfo Miss May Bishop, who .was
housekeeper for Larpenteur. The
will has the appearance of having
been written a long time, but was
not signed or dated until Nov. 29,
1895. Spaces for the date and signat
ure were left open, and finally filled
with a darker ink when the time
came that he found he must die. No
provision was made for Miss Bishop
in the original document, but a codi
cil evidently written in the hand of
Joseph O. Vervais, one of the wit
nesses to the execution of the will'
directs that after all legal expenses
for medical attendance and burial
have been paid, the executors pay to
Miss Bishop the amount named, "for
faithful service rendered."
: To the sister is left $2,000 life in
surance in the A. O. U. W., but she
is requested to pay all the indebted
ness of deceased to the estate of
Kate Hutton. . All the residue of the
estate, aside from the $300 left Miss
Bishop, Is left to the five children of
Mrs. Zenzius— Stella M. Robertson,
Conrad L. Zenzius, Gustav C. Zenzi
us, Viola .E. ' Pettingill and Edna
J. Zenzius — to be divided between
them share and share alike, and in
the event of the death of any one of
them without issue, his share to pass
to the survivors. All the interest,
rent and 'net income accruing from
the estate is bequeathed to;' Mrs.
Zenzius, the sister of deceased, in ad
dition to the insurance referred' to.
But there is evidently more insurant}'?
for the other legatees, as, in refer
ring , to,: the., residue, the words "in
cluding life or accident insurance
aside from' that heretofore referred
to" are made use of. No estimate of
the value of the estate has been filed.
John F. Baker is the other witness
to the and Gustav C. Zenzius
and Charles A. Pettingill are named
as executors without bonds. • .?.
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The Chicago Great Western Railway
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preferred passenger business -f to
and from Kansas City • and
points, between because of its qutak
time"- and superior service. Evening
train leaves at 7:30. '*'" ''* r ."."f*": V.
Supreme -Court -Calendar. <:■■■
The following cases will be heard by
the supreme court today:
H. H. Morris, respondent (196 vs. 9720),
The Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance
Company of Harmony, appellant. '. -"
Donald J. Cameron, respondent (205 vs.
9719), The Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway Company, appellant.
John J. Fuller,, appellant (211 vs.; 9600),
Eleanor Quesnel, formerly Eleanor
i Langevin, respondent.' " '• '--
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For Pipes and Cigars
■Go to Adam Fetsch's, Fifth and Rob-
Go to Adam Fetsch's, Fifth and Rob-
crt,; for Christmas presents. • "• oryj
' The.FineslTbisplas^ln the City.
--':; Ad'ain Fetsch," Fifth and Robert, haa
. Adam Fetsch, Fifth and Robert, has
■; the . largest assortment of Pipes and
Cigars for holiday presents. y
:.«'. ''."-.', Smokers" Presents. V"
,For Cigars," Meerschaum and Fancy
For Cigars, Meerschaum and Fancy
Briar Pipes, Cigar Cases, Match Safes,
go to Adam Fetsch's, Fifth and Rob-
crt, .. .. ..' . '. : '
Store Open Evenlngs—Saturflau, monflai) and Tuesday, Dec. 21, 23 and Until 9 D'Gldcß.
ART DEPARTMENT. Th%or H§ ] jf^ _f. OaLOB*-a*K'*- LINENS. -_-_.
Dresden Princess. LanVs raised MlW^r^Ta,* rf/A Mil sTI _7 _S<3>/» If. h_ Housekeepcrs' Day! Useful pres-*
. floral decoration, with chimney /^& M ffff Mfi JH^ ents! Holld:i>' L>nens!
stand, 18 inches high; regular / 50 Table Cloths, with border, all
stand, IH inches' high; regular /^___\\W Mf f , ls/WJv/M. S/W B/W s ZQrA&^ffl a R Afs & S 50 Table Cloths, with border, all
price $3.00. I / WtZ/W/j& Si/£/ 1&/1& (^L^ <a^_7 B HsUS %S round, new, all over de- flj AAA
Special, Each, $2.39. /^rf^j^T /T FoTckch c 2x2 yards' $4-""
Special, Each, $2.39. V___^__>\^ **f**'S*~~Z27^L A~ Fo^kch* *** J9X^ J«ivU
Gilt Banquet Lamps, cast open- t ttfT__ /k
; work head and base, lacquered to *" V^ MB*/ A S^ if° Scotch Table Cloths, border
jprevent tarnishing, improved cen- _J_ffi_£^ %/\3^JS^ 0 all round, size 2x3 yards, QQ A A
Itral draft burner, value 84 00 g|xth ._„ Robept streetß> st> pauK «£ value at .s3 75 each.
Special, $2.98 Each. ■■._, — _■ .— ._ _. ' ' ' '
Gilt anel Onyx Parlor Lamp with MEN'S department;- 2 " yard^ O^^SfS A
silk and lace shade, in any color; "***" ■***-.> J_« Nankins \/L nil
'mWoiit, $2.98, complete. SEHSfITIOHfIL;HKKWEfIR SSLE, 1 Q ppn|« ;ff f sf •0p"
Hspedai $2.98 complete SENSATIONAL NECKWEAR SALE. 1Q fWQ ;:.::::::::: *^v
j opeciai, *j>z.j*o, "wompieie. Co-cent Quality Silks at 0n1y.,... 129 . Lin hi 15 down embroidered Swiss PH-
Brassand Onyx Tables, 8-inch 5° Cdlt quality 3UKS, ac Olll) | <*f UUIHUI low ghamgj extra v£i]uc jpn AA
top of Mexican onyx. Empire de- Tck d Four-in-Hands— all tlie new .Silks, including at 52.7S a pair. __.UU
top of Mexican Onyx Empire de- T k d Four-in -Hands— all the new Silks, including at * 2.75 a pair. _i/.UU
sign, fire gilt; value 4-6.00. . „•->.., . - . ,' .' '■'- ' b For..: : Tu,vv
-Special, $4.49 Each. Black Sdk and Satin, only 19 cents. 10 pieces Bleached Table __
opeciai, q>**.t_- caen, » / y 10 pieces Bleached Talile TITI n
Haviland China Dinner Sets, ____^__— ___ Linen, full 2 yards wide, val- I 11.
very daintily decorated, consisting THE FOURTH DAY OF OUR V.y- tie §1.00 a yard. For * * "
of 113 pieces, at the extremely low : WVfafVYV| n«H If OHH _Pr • 10° Double Damask
of 113 pieces, at the extremely low.j „ |RTMfWTM 1 C^ W I MY f^ I I ]___r § 10° doZen Double Damask
$32.50 Per ret. |il NN| fll VIS EC Vfll fr* J J"^ V^VV $2 69
Royal Clarence and RudoHtadt «J 1 J ll"" ■— "U'*l— fl*\ U" !_ H— _L_v • for l|Hi.Ul/
■Royal Clarence and Rudolstadt A^J » J » W A»H— -r V_F J_L EL_i_ M\^ K^ 11 £L__« J_L_^ © for.'. T".'V"
£Sft" deCOl*■tio',• *ecU" ■: Nothing Succeeds Like Success. Renewed vigor Ikg MOA
■■■■': Special, Each, $1.50. introduced to make today's Sales eclipse those of the adozen. For yi-uv
Etruria China Cake Plates, large | past four days. They Were the greatest in Our history. Bleached Damask Towels,
size, sold and floral decoration; V- „ j i _ ■■ .-, y — ° ; -y'vr;"" "'• , Bleached Russian Dice Towe'.s,
value "$1.50. - Everybody knows about them. Hemstitched Huck Towels, ap'
Special, Each, $1.00. . 200 pieces of New 1896 Styles Novelty Japanese Jj*»^J« «c hes, value 35
Cut Glass Water Bottles, brill- Ka* Xi Wash Silks came yesterday. They go in today at ° — ______j
iantly cut in the Trenton Pattern; - J -" -, . CU*...?*^*.*- r-1«
regular price §4.00. 15c arid 29c a Yard. wnrisntias moves.
Special, Each, $2.98. 25 pieces of Black and 25 pieces-White Jap- 4QO Wffi Not d iffe rent from the GOOD
Cut Glass Tea Caddies, with ~ f Ir . i i g|»|S jtf S.H one to be had here any other tune,
handsome silver tops; value *3.00. - atiese tiaDUtai at EW?W ■«■ but special values on extra' irood
Special, Each, $2.00. 30 pieces 27-inch All-Silk Shantong- at *fi©^ Wffi Glove!' will greet you at the Glove
Cut Glass Lemonade pitcher All actually worth 50c yard. i»©l 61 Counter all this week
and six glasses, deeply cut;- value j . Qjyg HUNDRED THOUSAND YAKOS button ones^^a s^ng of ffoOa
r ' J*"** !* Setßs3l9' ! NEW SILKS ! ■£__£" st^eSGioves,
DisSL,Gl^h ™ & RICH, STYLISH SILKS ! «-j&sK *g^- * G;ov^3-25
mond pattern; value §2.50. . ALL KJNDS OF SILKS! worth $3-50. for $2.50
Special, Each, $1.69. AUU IVll^up wr -Zsil_lY-^ . 12.button' Suede Gloves* ,au
— " '- — Every Lot Advertised This Week Added to Every Day worth 53. 00, for $2.00
DRESS PATTERNS from additional purchases arriving* by every express. These are all made under the
DRESS PATTERNS from^'additional purchases arriving- by every express. These are all made under the
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS. ,- : BLACK SILUS*— E^TEIA FOR TODAYS have them in all the evening shades.
Large and varied assortment «g% ( For four kinds of Stylish Black Silks. Worth up h£Z"™eJll}'f Sw-T 'p n"i 7^P
of Black and Colored Dress j 38© \to $1.00. kinds ot Slylish Black silks-~ Worth up t^^^^^f^. 7£c
e^fs^fo^esSsS^ ROi* j For ten kinds of St^lish Black Silks" Worth UP Ladies' Mocha mt^ UA A
Ses.7s?^s^^ '■'A'ft.\t ,
from $ .75 to $ O eacn.i ■-■■ -^vT^Ji__ 'w ■■ ■_ . _ „ , c_• _ , , „ . for... . — IV.4.iV"
*" w . , . „ - I „„ _3_-i OA For twenty-five kinds of highest grades, best 11 ,
They are utricily All-wool aud I*■- SB i styles Black Silks. Worth Sp to 53.00 a yard. Women's 4-button Glace Kid
sins /nd wool, selected from our %P I __^&%_7 styles Black Silks. Worth up to 53.00 a yard. ... S;,tX,fL^ii nn '
regular Biot-li aud marked at . 7^- y -' yr\ l ■" . . r w itli large metal buttons; all T.
__.__.■ _, — : '— — : — colors, no black; all .sizes Ail}.
HALF FORMER 'PRICES, WASH GOODS DEpT SfßPllnn ;<Hvfti- Hpnf worth $I'2s' For uuu
All-wool Serges, Diagonals, Hen- *^" UUUUS UEi * . bim\W OimY U6PI. Women's 4-button French Glace
riettas, Whipcords and Cord ways, ; Remnants and Short Lengths of All our Sterling Silver Novelties Kld» Paris Point back, large AC A
from V. '.ZZ*. !-.■'-,•. .California and English Outing are warranted 925-1,000 fine. For metal buttons; every shade, H fll.
*>I"7C in «2 CA •'. ' '- 'Flannels, light" and dark colors; Today's specials we mention partic- all sizes; worth §1.50. For. v
*51. /0 IO W.OT per Dress Pattern. worth 10c a yard. For Fri- C « ularly: Prime quality Pique Kid, em-
All-wool Cheviots, Heather Mix- day, Housekeepers' Day y}\j Bible and Prayer Book Marks, broidered backs, patent 2-stud fas-
tures, Boucle and Bourettes, from : Ready at 9 o'clock. .. with four Sterling Silver Or- QAn tening; all shades, all (TV J A A
$2.00 tO $4.50 Per Dress Patten, ~ _• naments and three colors of $% ges: worth $1.75.
.... v- _ ci ID rvPDT Second Floor ribbon; worth /oc. Special. or x
Silk and Wool Novelties, French FURDE^' V Sterling-Silver Tie Clasps, OP. Nappa Tan English Walking
Fosse and Mohair Effects, from Three Wonderful Values in Capes three patterns. Special! /fl P. ! Gloves, stitched back, (hi AR
$3.50 tO 4>7.0U per Dress Pattern. ' for Today. each.. **vv 4 large horn buttons; /SI /[]
English .S and Scotch""*, Suitings, 16 Electric Seal, plain and fur And hundreds of useful and or- worth "**2-C0- For ▼
Fancy Zibeline," Tricotine and trimmed, some Marten collars and , namental articles from 15c up. /O.
Frisse Caniche, from edging. Our : regular fIJQQ RA • " - — 11"'j"*_iLJi*Vy""'*ry _
$6.50 tO $10.00 to Dres, ,___ 3540.00 Capes. Choice, \fiA/iA)\3 p,,,,,,^ Dep(_ /fe^^^^^^^^^-V^s
4,0.50 tO 2MU.UU Per Dres, Pattern. each ] I^_J_J.UU Drapery flnd Furniture Dept. ff^^^^W
Black French Serges, QRa 14 Electric Seal Capes, plain and nh«»n.iM»«.i __J_-&5 m^^F^M^f
fine quality, 46 inches wide, fur trimmed, some Marten collars = : . (ronrtu Floor.) y " I^H^syg^rM^
real value 50c a yard, for ' . .. and edgings. Our regu- flj Af)A A . Many handsome and useful Holi- W^l^h^tri^f^^C^itr
. Black Wool and Mohair \ A C A lar §55 aad 860 Capes. JK-}/ lill day Gifts, odd pieces of Furniture, g— -A ... Glove Case like cut
' JaCq&ai-d9,r^rvalue6sCa -JOC" Choice...^S^i^gpl R^ro^ent^SsUS?Em «"^^h^S^_s^-g_.
yard, for 9 handsome Wool Seal Capes, 55^n^^W»nBJiMd.E-^ buckle, costs you nothing; with cv-
50 inch Storm Serge, JAn j Marten and other fur trimmings. prwocneb, Japanese ruiows, i_tc. cry purchase of 3or more pairs of
worth 81.00 a yard, - *__Mv \ Our regular $50.00 (HAP AA I Rattan Tea Tables f0r. . . . . $2.75 gloves, y "
for,- .........V-V. — •••>:•;-* ■ CaPfs; ; •'.• •' • '' *Ji_ J.UU , Ratt«*» Tea Tables, with SPECIAL MENTION.
for S iC^Pfs' ; J)^JlUUl;Rattlan Tea Tables, with SPECIAL MEN TION.
Rock Crepon, worth ACa Choice, each T valance.... $3.25 ,-. -' „ . _M __
Sl.oo a yard. Fcr Friday Rai! Fur Capes and Muffs of all kinds. Rattan Tea Tables, white • Glove. Certificates-Issued for the
at...... .:.. V.'... .*.■.".:.':...■>""" All the novelties in Neckwear, as and gold ................ $3,50 convenience of parties not knowing
The Greater Values ever offered well as the staples. Rattan Tea Tables ' white the size or preference of recipient.
In Reliable Black Drew Fabric-*. : Fur Scarfs from 75c to §35.00. and -old iaDles* lllte „,, -- !
EXTRA SPECIAL. V/VVV^V : Muffs from $1.50 to 540.00. ;. • - ™ m *?"ia- ••••••••• yy --r-^J. '* The Holiday
t^ txr . . cf„r , €,„,„.,._ ;« A lot of new. arrivals in Misses' In<iia Stools, covered with M A l_nL-*CDrHICC _aic
Pure Worst^c^' Se^es in ™* Children's Muffs and Fur Sets Rich Japanese Hand Dec- ' HANDKERCHIEF SALE
wtrvy Sf-thJ e^ard^fiP. -all manner of Furs-prices from orated Leather $2.75 Will interest you. Big Bargains
kind- _?^rt the •Cy-"VV; the most moderate on up. j Large size .....:. $3.50 for today. b.
1 irUT I ITWPUCT^"^^66' Tea and Sandwiches— 10 cents. For the benefit of the Babies'
- JTvfpr I ITiyi^SJCABi- Coffee' Tea and Sandwiches— 10 cents. For the benefit of the Babies'
Llllll 1 LUnLftlCUn Home. Every day from 10:30 to 4 o'clock. Third Floor.
■:.; , died. XA'Z
WATTPERS— At la. m., Dec. 20, at the
residence of her parents, 140 Rondo ,
street St. Paul. Anna Marie Haup- ;
ers, aged twenty-on* Chicago and ;
Los Angeles papers please copy. Fu- ,
Los Angeles papers please copy. Fu-J
neral notice hereafter. ... J
ANNOUNCEMENTS. i
NOTICE-THE NEW- - INTEREST
NOTICE-THE NEW INTEREST
period of The State Savings' Bank,
Glermania Life Insurance Building.
Fourth and Minnesota ' stay begins •
Jan 1 1896. All deposits made on or
Wore Jan. 3, 1896, will be entitled l to
six months' interest July 1, 1896. De-
posits received from $1 and upward.
Depositee entitled to interest under
section 34, of the by-laws for period
_ndin_? Jan. 1, 1&6. will, please present
their pass books at the bank for
entry on or after Jan. 20, 1896. Jul.
M. Goldsmith, Treasurer.
MARRIAGES.BIRTHS.DEATHS.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Frank Lllygren Mrs. Emma Myers
William J. Westphal.... Jagger
Hans E._Carstensen. Minnie Jensen
';■•>. AMUSEMENTS.
Metropolitan
i. r™ ■ l. N. SCOTT, Ma_a_er.
! Last | Tonight and Saturday Matinee.
BBsl 0 WAR TIJIIE WEDDIP
!V ; The Famous Original " Ij;
Bostonians
t
; Barnabee and Macdonald, Proprietors.
Barnabee . and Macdonald, Proprietors.
.; Direction Frank L. Perley. ''
$£&$.:" robin HOOD
IXTRA. EXTRA. EXTRA
extra/extra, extra
y***"'"*" j Christmas _. Week,
Bpjß_^=-=- j Christmas Week,
j_OOK at this. Beginning
AMERICAN Sunday,
EXTRAVAGANZA /HIT TV :W TV
EXTRAVAGANZA /fill T*\ JI T\
COMPANY \ IHI 111 I
QgEBRS A \||_ \'|"| I
BARGAIN. XyjZZ. VvILW/l;.!,!/ Jl
BARGAIN. V/llll^l 11/ Jl
glc,7scfi °" *Moii! 01 "wo
AND $1.00.. The same Gigantic
and $i.QQ^: Organization. Nura-
— ' . '— bering" People.
-■ Sale of Seats Now in Progress.-
> ■■■ * " , i'■i { ■ * — ~
3 "i THKHORLD <:
3 THK UORLO
More AGAINST HES_
Times matinee Tomorrow. -■'.
Seats <Jhr"'- 11. Yale's Chistmafi
Now DEVIL'S Week.
Sell-a-- for AUCTIOW. -•.• ••••,-
~ Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Oden T. Wick, unmarried, mortgagor,
did execute and deliver to Edgar C.
; Long and Mary E. Sherwood, mort
; gagees, bis mortgage deed dated the
!■■ 10th day of December, A. D. 1859, and
i duly recorded at St. Paul, Minnesota,
I. in the office of the Register; of Deeds
for Ramsey County, Minnesota, at 12:40
o'clock p. m., on the 27th day. of De-
cember, 1889. in Book 199 of Mortgages,
I page 268. That all the interest in Bald
i mortgage belonging to the said Mary
I E. Sherwood was duly assigned by
I said Mary E. Sherwood to saul
I Edgar C. Long by written assignment
! dated the 2nd day of April, 1890, where-
I in «he assigned, transferred, delivered
and set over to said Edgar C. Long all
her right, title and interest in and to
i said mortgage, which assignment was
1 duly recorded in said Register of Deeds
| office in Book 29 of Assignments, page
•254.
!' That on the 9th day of November,
That on the 9th day of November,
; 1895, the said Edgar C. Dong by writ-
I ten assignment sold, assigned, trans
i ferred, delivered and set over to The
i First National Bank of Detroit, Mm- ;
I nesota, all his right, title, Interest, ;
claim and Hen in and to said mort- |
gage, which assignment was duly re-
I corded in said Register of Deeds' of
i flee on the 30th. day of November, 189 a,.
' at 2 o'clock, p. m., in Book 51 of As
; signments, on page 10: and that de
i fault has been made in the conditions
of said mortgage by nonpayment of
the amount due thereon on the 16th
I day of December, 1592, and has con
! tinued for more than three years, and
i until the present time; and the amount
t now due and claimed to be due upon
said mortgage is the sum of two thou-
sand four hundred dollars ($2,400) as
principle, and one thousand one nun--,
dred fifty-two dollars ($1,152.00) as in- ■
terest, making the total sum due on
the account of said mortgage the
sum of three thousand five hundred
fifty-two dollars ($3,532.00), and said
The First National Bank of Detroit,
Minnesota, is now the owner and holder
of said mortgage and the debt secured
thereby, and no action or proceeding
at law or otherwise has been insti
tuted to recover said debt or any part
thereof. ... , ,
Now, therefore, Notice is hereby giv-
en that by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortgage and pur-
suant to the statute in such case made ;
and provided, the said mortgage will :
be foreclosed by sale of the pretnlses
described in and covered thereby, lying
and being in the County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, and known
and described as follows to-wit: Lots:
numbered ten (10). eleven (11), twelve
(12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen
(15), sixteen (16), seventeen (17), eighteen
(18), nineteen (19), twenty (20) and
twenty-one (21). of block numbered one.
I (1), of Long and Sherwood's Subdivis- ,
ion of Block numbered two (2) of Daw- j
son's acre lots addition to St. Paul.
according to the recorded plat thereof
on. file ln the office of the Register of .
Deeds within and for said Ramsey '
County; with the hereditaments and j
appurtenances thereunto belonging; j
which sale will be made by the Sheriff |
of said Ramsey County, at the Cedar ,
street main entrance of the Court j
House in the city of St. Paul, in said
County, on Tuesday, the 11th day of :
February, 1896, at ten' o'clock in the j
forenoon, at public '. vendue, to ■ the i
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy the i
amount due on- fiald mortgage, and j
fifty dollars ($50.00) attorney's fees, i
stipulated for in said mortgage, and i
the costsand chargesof notice and sale, :
Dated St. Paul, Minn., Dec. ISth, A. .
D. 1595. " • : • : :."•■-" !
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
DETROIT, MINN., !
Assignee of Mortgagee. |
Daniel Murphy, .v;*|
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, .
Bank of Minnesota Building. "
, ..,_,. ... St. Paul, Minn.
' 'i ■- _____ • ~T~
JiorlSiiKe Foreclosure Sale. -■",' -".
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Oden T. "Wick, Unmarried; mortgagor,
did "execute and deliver to Edgar C.
Long and Mary E. Sherwood, mort
gagees, his' mortgage deed dated the
16th day of December, A. D. ISM), and
duly recorded at St. raid. Minnesota,
in the office of the Register of Deeds
for Ramsey County, Minnesota, at 12:40
o'clock p. m. or.) the 27th day of Decem
ber, 1889, in Book 199 of -Mortgages,
page 266. That all the interest in said
mortgage belonging to the said" Mary
E. Sherwood was 'duly assigned by said
Mary E. Sherwood to said Edgar C.
Long by written assignment dated the
2d day of April, 1890, wherein she as-
signed, transferred, delivered and set
over to said Edgar C. Long all her
right, title and interest In and to said
mortgage, which assignment was duly
recorded in said Register of Deeds' of-
fice In book 23 of Assignments, page
254.
That on the 9th day of November,
That on the 9th day of November.
1895, the said Edgar C. Long by written
assignment sold, assignee], transferred.
delivered and set over to The First Na
tional Bank of Detroit. Minnesota, all
his right, title, interest, claim and lien
•n. and to said mortgage, which assign-
ment was duly recorded ln said' Regis
ter of Deeds' office on the 30th day of
November. 1595, at 2 o'clock p. m. in
Book 51 of Assignments, on page 10;
and that default has been made in the
j conditions of said mortgage by non-
payment of the amount due thereon
on the 16th day of December, 1892, and
J has continued for more than three
' years, and until the present time: and
i the amount now due and claimed to
i be due upon, said mortgage Is the sure.
I of one thousand two hundred dollars
i ($1,200) as -principle, 'and five hundred
! and seventy-six dollars (($576.00) as in
' terest, making the total sum due on the
: account of said mortgage the sum of j
: one thousand seven hundred seventy- !
i six dollars ($1,776). and' said The First !
i National Bank of Detroit. Minnesota.
is now the owner and holder of said
i mortgage and the debt : ecurcd thereby,
' and no action or proceeding at law or
: otherwise has been instituted to re
; cover said debt, or any part thereof.
i Now. therefore, Notice is hereby I
given that by virtue of the power of
; sale contained in said mortgage and
; pursuant to the statute in such case
1 made rind provided, the said mortgage
will.be foreclosed by sale of the prem
ises described in and covered thereby,
lying and being- in the County of Ram-
sey and State of Minnesota, and known :
and described as follows,- to wit: Lots
numbered one (1) two (2). three (3).
. twenty-eight (2S), twenty-nine (29) and
| thirty (30), of Block numbered one (1).
of "Long* and Sherwood's Subdivision of
' Block "numbered two (2) of Dawson's
• Acre Lots addition to St." Paul, accord-
ing to the recorded plat thereof on file
In the office of the Register of Deeds
i within and for said Ramsey County;
with the hereditaments and appurte-
I nances thereunto belonging; which sale.
' will-he made by the Sheriff of said
Ramsey County, at the Cedar street
! main entrance of the Court House, in
I the City of St. Paul in said County on
Tuesday; the nth day of February.
i 1596." at 'ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
! public vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash, to satisfy the amount due on said
! mortgage, and fifty collars ($50.00) at
; torney's fees, stipulated for in said
mortgage, and the costs and charges of
notice and sale. • :-'?• .-•.-.
Tv-f~* St. Paul, .Minn.. Dec. 18th, A.
D. 1595.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
DETROIT, MINN., Assignee of Mort
gagee.
•Daniel Murphy, Attorney for Assignee
, ' of -Mortgagee. Bank of Minnesota
Building, St. Paul, Mian. *
Hortffage Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Oder T. Wick, unmarried, mortgagor,
did execute and deliver to Edgar C.
Long ami .Mary E. Sherwood, mort
gagees, his mortgage deed dated the
16th day of December, A. D. IN*, and
duly recorded at St. Paul, Minnesota,
in the office of the Register of Deeds
for Ramsey County, .Minnesota, at 12:10
o'clock p. m. on the 27th day of Decem
ber. 1889, in Book 199 of Mortgages,
, page £05. That ail the Interest In said
mortgage belonging to the said Mary
, E. Sherwood was duly assigned by said
I Mary E. Sherwood to said Edgar C.
; Long by written assignment dated the
j 2d day of April, 1890, wherein she as-
signed, transferred, delivered and set
over to said Edgar C. Long ail her
right, title and interest In and to said
mortgage, which assignment was duly
recorded in said Register of Deeds' of-
fice in Book 29 ci" Assignments, page
254.
That on the 9th day of November,
That on the 9th day of November,
1895, the said Edgar C. Long by written
assignment sold, assigned, transferred,
delivered and set over to The First
i National Bank of Detroit, Minnesota,
all his right, title, interest, claim ami
lien In ar.d to said mortgage, which
assignment was duly recorded In said
Register of Deeds' office en the 30th
day of November, 1595. at 2 o'clock p.
m. In Book 51 of assignments, on iwge
10; and that default has been made in
the conditions of said mortgage by non-
payment of the amount due thereon on
the 16th day of December. 1892, and
has continued for more than three
; years, and until the present time; and
the amount now due and claimed to be.
ft"* im<v- s---.pi mortgage is the sum of
one thousand two hundred dollars
v., „..., _,- ...uclp.e. ana live hundred
and seventy-six dollars ($676.00) as In
; terest, making the total sum duo on
i the account of said mortgage th« sum
I of one thousand seven. hundred seven- I
| ty-slx dollars ($1,770), and said The
! First National Bank of Detroit, Minne
sota, is now the. owner ami holder of
; said mortgage and the debt secured
thereby, and no action or proceeding
1 at law or otherwise has been Institu
i ted to recover said debt or any part
thereof.
Now, therefore, Notice is hereby giv-
en that by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortgage and pur-
suant to the statute in such case made
and provided, tin- said mortgage will
be foreclosed by sale of the premises
described In and covered thereby, lying
and being in the County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota, and known
and described as follows, to wit: Lots
numbered four (4), five (5), six (6),
twenty-five (-"). twenty-six (20), twen
ty-seven (27), of Block numbered one
(1), of Long and .Sherwood's subdi-
vision of Block numbered two (2), of
Dawson's acre lots 'addition ,to St.
Paul, according to '. the recorded plat
thereof on file in the office of the Reg-
ister of Deeds within and for said
Ramsey County, with the hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belong-
ing, which sale will he "made .by the
Sheriff of said Ramsey County;"- at tho
Cedar street main entrance of the
Court House in the city of St. Paul, In
said county on Tuesday, the Hth day
of -February. 1896, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, at public vendue, to the high-
est bidder for cash, to satisfy ; the
amount due on said mortgage, and
fifty dollars ($50.00) attorney's fees.
stipulated for in said mortgage, ami
the costs and charges of notice and
sale.
Dated St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 18th, A.
" Dated St. Taul, Minn., Dec. ISth, A.
D. 1895.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
DETROIT, MINN.. .
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Daniel Murphy,
Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee,
Bank of Minnesota Building,
I y Bt. Paul, Minn.

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