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FRESH FISH RAIDS
MINNEAPOLIS DEALERS FLA'-'
GRANTLY VIOLATING STATE
GAME AND FISH LAWS.
WARDENS WILL INTERFERE.
A NUMBER OF CONFISCATORY EX
ERCISES IS PROSPECT FOR
PIKE ARE BEING BOLD DAILY,
in Spite of the Absolute Pro hi lii
tion oil the tiitehiiiK or Sale
A number of Minneapolis provision
dealers and restaurant keepers are
liable to be raided before noon today,
the strict law covering fresh flsh have
ing been openly violated. It Is report
ed to the capitol yesterday that in a
number of windows on Nicollet avenue
and other leading streets of the Flour
city, unseasonable fish, especiallypike,
were displayed, with the placard desig
nating them as "Winnipeg Fish."
This, however, is not a compliance with
the law, as that forbids the sale of fish
at all, or even the catching of fish for
home consumption. The law also pro
vides that the flsh may be seized
wherever found, between March 1 and
May 1, and the seizure of today will
Where the dealers have been obtain
ing their fish is not known. It may be
that they are, as stated, from Win
nipeg, but this will not be permitted
by the game and fish commission, as
it is too simple a matter to transfer
a placard bearing the legend, Winnipeg
fish, to a tray containing finny speci
mens from Minnetonka, White Bear or
any other place.
A lot of twenty-nine partridges and
318 pounds of venison seized by the
wardens a day or two ago, was sold
yesterday, by Executive Agent Fuller
ton for a net amount of $31.41 after all
expenses were paid.
Mr. Fullerton is gratified by the in
formation that Utah has in prospect
the organization of a fish and game
protective association similar to that in
this state. A similar movement has
been instituted in other states and
points to a millennial period when the
killing and sale of game out of season
will be prohibited in fact as well as in
law, at least as regards the profitable
pursuit of pot hunting.
STOLE HER CHILD.
*arali Ricks Charge* That Her Dere
lict Hn-band Did lt.
Mrs. Sarah Ricks, a sad appearing
and poorly clad woman, appeared be
fore Clerk Conroy, of the municipal
court yesterday and swore out a war
rant for the arrest of her husband,
John Ricks, on the charge of assault
and battery. Mrs. Ricks has not lived
with her husband for nearly two years,
though she claims he has constantly
menaced and abused her. During the
pant year Mrs. Ricks has made a liv
ing for herself and two-year-old baby
by going out washing, by the day, the
baby being cared for at the Day nurs
ery., Mrs.. Ricks, after .finishing a hard
day's labor, Thursday "evening, had :
Called "at the nursery for her baby,
and had nearly reached her home, No.
DO West Tenth street, when she was
accosted by her husband. Without a
word, so Mrs. Ricks claims, the man
grabbed the child from her .arms,
struck her a violent blow in the chest
and ran up the street with the scream
Mrs. Ricks went to the home of her
husband's sister, on Carroll street,
with a police officer, and endeavored
to get possession of her baby, but
could not. She stated that her object
in causing a warrant to be issued for
her husband's arrest was that he might
be forced to allow her possession of
TWO WEST FREE,
Hut Judge Orr Gave lit* Third Man
John Cleary, the youth who appro
priated a basket of shoes from an
express wagon on Edgerton street
Wednesday afternoon, was arraigned
in the municipal court yesterday on
the charge of highway robbery. The
charge was subsequently changed to
petit larceny, and Cleary -sentenced to
the workhouse for ninety days.
John Miller, nineteen years old, was
accused of assault and battery by his
stepfather. Martin P. Miller. The "boy's
mother and brother testified that the
youth had not been guilty of the of
fense alleged, and further stated that
the complainant had started the trou
ble which had given rise- to young
Milk arrest. Judge Orr looked upon
the matter as a family quarrel, and,
after lecturing all parties, dismissed
Joseph Bradley, a diminutive young.
ster of nine years, was accused of
stealing coal from the St. Paul Gas
company. It was the boy's "first of
ense, and, considering his tender age.
Judge On- ordered his discharge.
Fetscli?s ''Paul Kerfs-******" Clears.
Eighteen years standard, union label,
heme made. Try them.'.* •".
SHOOTERS AT ■ TSCHIOA.
One ot Them Stands Trial Before
Lincoln Thayer is on trial in Judge
Willis' court on an indictment for as
sault in the second degree for shooting
at Officer Tsehida. The testimony for
the prosecution is that the officer saw
Thayer and a man named Benjamin,
carrying a basket of wood in an alley
near the corner of Jackson and Ninth
streets late one night, and they being
unable to make any satisfactory expla
nation, he ordered them to proceed to
a patrol box, he following behind with
his gun and club drawn. Benjamin
broke and ran, and the officer tried to
shoot after him, but his gun failed to
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go off. Thayer, realizing that he was
in no danger of being shot by such a
weapon, made an attack on the officer,
finally taking a shot at him and get
ting -away. The. ball did not strike
Tschida, but just cut the fur oil his
coat. His signal for help was respond
ed to by Lieut. Sexton and Officer Gal
vin, and following up the fugitives,
they found them in a saloon. Benja
mins was discharged in the municipal
court, but Thayer was indicted. .He is
attempting to prove an alibi.
SUE FOR THE MARGIN.
Telegraph Company taken to ThnU
for mi Error.
Suit for. the recovery of $1,320 dam
ages for a mistake in a telegram has
been commenced by the Fergus Flour
•Mills against the Western Union Tele
graph company. The complaint al
leges that the plaintiff received, In May
last, from the Brooks Elevator com
pany, in Minneapolis, a telegram to
the effect that it would sell the plain
tiff 10,000 bushels of Rothsay wheat at
67*14 cents per bushel, If the offer were
accepted at once. Thereupon the plain
tiff wired back that it would accept
"ten thousand bushels Rothsay wheat
at 57J4 cents," but the telegram, when
delivered to the Brooks Elevator com
pany*, read "two thousand." instead of
ten. As soon as the wheat was shipped
and the mistake discovered, the plain
tiff made demand on the telegraph
company for the remaining 8,000 bush
els of wheat, the price, presumably,
having advanced in the meantime, but
the demand was refused, and the plain
tiff had to pay 74 cents a bushel to get
the wheat. The suit is for the differ
ence between the price paid and what
the wheat would have cost had the
telegram been forwarded as written.
TOO MUCH NOISE.
Estella .XL Haskell Objects to P. H.
Estellu M. Haskell has begun an ac
tion to restrain Patrick H. Kelly and
others from carrying on a quarrying
business on the land adjacent to her
property on Dayton's bluff, and to re
cover $4,000 for damages already done
Ihe plaintiff objects to the use of
blasting powder, a stone crushing ma
chine and other appliances used there
for the reason that the noise and dust
are disturbing to herself and her ten
ants. The damages of which she com
plains have resulted from the cutting
away so as to injure her property.
TOOK THIRTEEN' BALLOTS.
_. . .
That la Louts* Anderson*-- Lucky
It took thirteen ballots in the city hall
and court house commission yesterday
to elect a Janitor to fill the place made
vacant by the failure of Charles XV.
Johnson, one of the men elected some
time ago, to accept the position. Louis
Anderson, Julius Hanson and S E
»oI e « *«" , he candidates. Anderson
was finally elected. No other business
Summary of Con^laiHls and Orders
Filed and Cases on Trial.
New Cases— *»a ."-
T^' "n,"7 Fer e us Flour Mills vs. Western
£& B Te,eerap Com P an >': action to recover
$ «_ damages for a -«■•-■•-• 1" » telegram.
UmrrvV m - n ° f ° r ' n F ' Sher ™ d to
liany \. Rutheriord.
Orders and Decisions—": '* •** "*
vT^TT- **** National Bank of Hastings vs.
ni/-ni£ Lam J? /-i et *'•; Judgment for the
plaintiff for $3,655. with interest and costs
the surplus from the sale of the mortgaged
property to be brought into court and be
subject to such further order as the court
may make. Otis, J.
tt 6 !' 11 , 0 ,,: - •° S - Car B. Underhill vs. Carolina
Underhill: judgment for defendant refusing
a decree of divorce. Kerr, J. -■•*•
_ 64.679--Nathaii Ford Music Company vs. B.
Stierle; judgment for defendant. Otis J
-Before the Judges— "
64,128—James Flannagan. vs. City railway:
jury out. ■ Brill. __ * . -;:..v_ </---- ™ W *
*-'64,ll*^Annle , L. Meeks vs. O. TV Meeks
verdict for $650 for the plaintiff. Egan J
63, Desire Mlchaud vs. Frank J Mc-
Lean; action to recover $900 commission on a
real estate deal; on trial. Kelly. J.
64,078— J0hn Drummy vs. City of St. Paul
The following cases on the court calendar
were continued: Nos. 72. 76. 87.
Cases Set for Monday— .-
Jury Calendar— 89. 110, 14. In 125 143.
Court Calendar- 71, 78, 88, 106.
Minor Court Xotes.
Orin F. Sherwood yesterday made an as
signment to Harry V. Rutherford 'or the ben
efit of his creditors. An affidavit "tiled by Mr.
Sherwood places (he value of the assets at
not more than $2,500.
Judge Otis yesterday filed a decision giving
judgment in favor of the defendant in the
suit of the Nathan Ford Music company
against B. Stierle. The .action was brought
to recover on a contract note for $750 on which
$210 had been paid. The piano, in payment
for which the note was given, was surrendered
to the plaintiff and is still in its possession
and the court finds that it Is entitled to no
Wants the Commission.
Judge Kelly and a jury are hearing the
suit of Desire Mlchaud to recover from Frank
J. McLean. $900 alleged to be due as commis
sion on a real estate deal. It appears that
the plaintiff traded a Wisconsin farm for some
city property for the defendant, or at least
brought himself and the owner of the city
property together. The defendant claims that
Mlchaud did not demand more than $225 for
his services, and that instead of the city
property being 110 feet wide and renting for
$50 a month, as represented by Mlchaud. It
is, In fact, 100 feet wide, and rents for $30,
Supreme Court nila ts-s.
Two mandates of the United States supreme
court were led in the office of clerk of the
United States court yesterday. In the case
Of Russell Sage, substituted for the Hastings
& Dakota railroad, appellant, against the Wi
nona & St. Peter railroad, the appeal was dis
missed on stipulation filed, with costs, and
was remanded to the circuit court. In the case
of Russell Sage, etc.. against the St. Paul
Stillwater & Taylor's Falls railroad, the de
cision of the lower court was affirmed.
Verdict for Annie L. Meek*.
Annie L. Meeks was given a verdict for
$050 yesterday In her suit against George W.
Meeks to recover $10,000 for breach of prom
ise and $4,200 for her services during the
fourteen -fears she lived -with him as his wife.
BEST KSSAY OS} ST. PAUL
Will Be Awarded a Pri/.a of **t25 by
At a well attended meeting yesterday
of the board ef. directors of the Com
mercial club, it was agreed., to offer
three premiums for a prize essay on
"St. Paul.'' The amount of the first
premium will be $25: of the second. $15;
and of the third. $10. The remaining
three next essays displaying the most
merit will receive honorable mention.
The number of words allowed for each
essay will be 2.000. All competitors
will have to send In their articles with
in thirty days from the time the club's
Invitation ls formally made public.
The Commercial club will join with the
Commercial club of Minneapolis, in
publishing a report of the visit of
prominent South Dakota officials and
business men in the interest of a rail
road from the Twin Cities to the Black
Hi Ms. **ff**iKgfipfcw *s
Chairman Moreland, of the com
mittee on manufacturing and mercan
tile interests, reported that his com
mittee had been busily engaged In en
couraging St. Paul and Northwestern
MR. DARKAGH'S OPIXIOX.
It Is Asked on the Free Text Book
The resolution of the school board
requesting the common council to
transfer $6,000 saved out of the teach
ers' fund, to the free text book "fund,
was considered by the committee on
claims of the board of aldermen yester
day,- and referred to the corporation
attorney for an opinion.
Stranger* in the Cityci-..
I Will find a complete stock of fresh Ha-
Ivana cigars at Fetsch'i..- , L -C
GRAND COUHGIIi H- A.
DELEGATES THAT '••■NY ILL ATTEND
THE MEETING OF THAT BODY
••'-.v TUESDAY. .'"-"£::_
VERY IMPORTANT SESSION.
QUESTIONS OF MOMENT TO THE
TO COME UP.
ALL THE SIHORDIXATE COUNCILS
Are Expected to Have Representa
tive* In Attendance nt Bowl It
Hall XV he the Time Comes.
The Grand , Council Royal Arcanum
will be held, as previously announced,
in Bowlby hall, this city, next Tuesday.
The following committees have been
selected by Grand Recent J. A. Hart
igan to serve during the session.
Credentials— XV. J. Footner, John 11. Grass,
Mileage and Per Diem— Clinton Brooke, 11.
C. Penfield. R. E. Brown.
Distribution of Reports— O. F. Backus, T.
E. Andrews, F. 11. Warwick.
State of the Order— D. L. Wilson, Oscar
Wilson. J. L. Wakefield.
New Business— S. M. Davis, George C.
Knlspel, S. N. Harington.
The meeting will be an enthusiastic
and Important one. During the year
the order has been unusually prosper
ous, and on the occasion of the union
meetings alone, 231 candidates were in
itiated in Minneapolis, and 144 in St.
Paul. A troublesome question, that of
the question of membership in. the
grand council, will be settled .at. this
meeting. The committee to whom the
question was referred, has agreed on
a recommendation that is expected to
meet with the approval of the council,
and dispose of the question for all time,
following is a complete list of those
eligible to vote in the grand council of
G. R.— John A. llartigan, 2049 Carroll street,
G. V. R.—
G. o.— A. Lenox, Stillwater.
P. G. R.— George Thane, St. Paul.
G. S.— Edward J. Davenport, Minneapolis.
G. T.—W. W. McFarlane, Minneapolis.
G. Chaplain— George T. Hughes, Duluth.
G. Guide— John J. Boobar. St. Cloud.
G. Warden— Harry R. Hardlck, St. Paul.
G. Sentry— B. Lovgren, Red Wing.
Supreme Representative— G. F. Backus,
Guaranty Loan, Minneapolis.
Grand Trustees— A. K. P. Crockett. Wi
nona: Dr. A. C. Rogers, Faribault; T. W.
Hall. Flour Exchange, Minneapolis.
Finance Committee— A. C. Story,- F. R.
Stierly, Minneapolis; C. R. Laybourne, Du
Committee on Laws— Gerrish, St.
Charles; J. 11. Barnard. O. J. Tong, St. Paul.
Committee on Appeals— R. B. McKenny,
Minneapolis; Al XV. Paris, XV. W. Cooley,
Commute on Seal— D. H. Hunt, Dubuque,
Io.; C. H. Huhn, T. XV. Hall, Minneapolis..
Following are the representatives and alter
nates for the councils named:
Pioneer— o. S. Pierce. C. G. Maybury.
Golden Sheaf— S. C. McElhaney, C. R. Hill.
St. Paul— G. G. Cooper, J. XV. Oakes.
Cataract— Oscar Wilson. J. W. Chapman.
Flour City— F. C. Campbell.'" ll. D. Dickenson.
Minneapolis— Charles H. Flsh, I. S. Eastman.
Minnehaha— Frank Hey wood, J. W. Fleu; A.
W. Paris, L. L. Sandford.
Minnesota— Moreland, O. J. Tong.
Itasca— T. E. Andrews, XV. A. Guiick.
Hennepin— George S. Pearce, G. N. Winches
Ramsey— E. 11. Warwick, 11. XV. Davison;
J. E. Nlenhauser.
Seven Corners— ll. C. l'enfleld, W. G. Mc-
Vicar. ','-; '"* ...
Terrace— G. C. Knlspel, E. H. O'Rourke.
William Wind**-*****— O. F. Warnes, G. D. Good
rich. . ...-••-.•
Merrlatn Park— J. L. Wakefield, C. A. Mag
Cecillan— R. G. Brown. M. N. Hilt.
Wabasha— J. A. Fortin, 11. C. Baker.
Northfield— L. O. Olson, E. G. Rlddell.
Commercial— Wm. Woodhead, Wm. I. Stlne.
Stillwater— D. A. Blakeney, Frank T. Wil
. Duluth -C. B. Pillsbury, C. E. Wlllougliby.
j Zumbro—J. XV. Anderson. .1. H. B. Easton.
Faribault— W. B. Hawley. L. D. Aldrich. '.
Mankato— E. Brown, H. I. Parry.
St. Cloud— J. F. Stevens, F. A. Smith.
Fergus Falls-John 11. Grass, C. L. Hilton.
St. Anthony— A. Fisher, L. W. Roberts.
Adair— R. 11. Palrie, XV. H. Mantor.
Barn Bluff— F. W. Dimmltt. O. M. Nordby.
: Vermillion Falls— L. XV. Smock, F. E. Ester
Minneopa— H. C. Drake, Fred Swift.
Sappho— R. Hanisch.
Artesian— S. N. Harrington, D. M. King.
. Waseca -M. M. Davidson. J. W. Aughon
bough. ■'. --"-.*,
Hamlin— Charles 11. Botkin.
Spring Valley— C. A. Paul, C. M. Nutting.
Mendoza— A. W. Kreiger, W. G. Marson.
* Intcrurban— F. F. Tuwle, E. N. C. Taylor.
Austin— N. 9. Gordon, A. C. Page.
Lake Crystal— M. X. Geske, G. H. Quigley.
St. James— M. 11. Manuel. , ,
" Dcs Moines Valley— J. 11. Tllford, R. A. Van
When you bet a hat, do the thing
right— a Gordon.
Fourth Lee-tar* In the Con ■•»«.—
At the. fourth series of lectures on
"Christian Unity," under the auspices
of the Church club, at Christ church
Tuesday evening. March 24, Rev. Will
iam Ten Broeck, professor of ecclesi
astical history and liturgies at Seabury
Divinity school. Faribault, will deliver
the theme assigned to him, viz: "The
Historic Episcopate." Of the four arti
cles of what is known as "The Lam
beth Declaration," laid down as a basis
of unity, "The Historic Episco
pate" seems to be the great
stumbling block, while a large
number of "the various . Christian
bodies, both In this country and across
the sea, are ready and willing to "join
hands and reunite upon the first three
propositions, but against the fourth
all have lifted up their hands. The
idea most prevalent amongst divided
Christendom is that the English and
Episcopal churches deny the validity of
ministerial orders in all the other
churches — the Roman Catholic except
ed — in view of the fact that neither
the English or Episcopal church has
ever formulated an opinion upon the
validity of ministerial orders in other
religious bodies. This erroneous idea
fails for lack of sufficient evidence. It
is true that she will suffer no man to
appear in her churches as teacher or
administrator of the sacraments, unless
he hath received Episcopal ordination,
because she believes the church to be
a divine institution, and that Episco
pacy is of divine rite. She freely
grants all that the different denomi
nations claim for their ministry. But
in holding out this .olive branch for
"Christian Unity" she offers to those
outside her communion, something
they do not already possess. In the
rubric preceding ordination the church
says: "It Is evident unto all men dili
gently reading Holy Scripture and
ancient authors, that from the apos
tles' time there have been these orders
of ministers in Christ's church, bishops,
priests and deacons." None can deny,
however they may differ as to exact
origins, that the orders of bishop,
priest and deacon have been accepted
certainly, since the death of St. John,
as the universal form of ministration
through which the sacraments of the
church were to be dispensed. It is sin
cerely hoped that every minister of the
Gospel will be present at this lecture
and hear from- the life of one of this
church's ministers, duly authorized to
speak in her name upon this momen
tous question. It is the last lecture
but one. They are free and open to
According to the church calendar,
tomorrow will be "Passion Sunday."
This name has been given to the sec
ond Sunday before Good Friday from
time immemorial, because upon that
day.the Lord began to make open pre
dictions of His coming sufferings. The
shadows of Good Friday begin now
to cast gloom upon the/whole Chris
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tian world. A i pause, however, will be
made on Wednesday to commemorate
"The Annunciation of the Blessed
Virgin Mary,",. sometimes called "Lady
Day." At the council of Toledo, A. D.
656, canons were enacted ordering the
feast of the annunciation to be kept
on the ISth of December, so as not to
Interfere with the celebration of "Good
Friday," or the : observance of Lent.
But this day. was afterwards appro
priated to the festival named '.'The
Expectation of the Blessed Virgin,"
and the old day. was restored. Proclus,
Patriarch of o Constantinople, A. D.
446; St. Athanasius, St. Chrysostom,
St. Augustine land other early writers,
bear testimony to the fact of this
festival as being generally observed
in their days during passion week.
If the nativity of Christ occurred on
Dec. 25, and there are sound chrono
ligical reasons for believing it to be
so, this may be taken as the true time
for the annunciation. A great liturgi
cal writer in the Anglican church says:
"This sanctity of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, through her association with
Her Divine Son, has always been kept
vividly in view by the church; but,
while excess of sentiment on the one
hand has led to an irreverent dishon
or of her name by. associating it with
attributes of deity, so want of faith
in the principles of the Incarnation
has led, on the other hand, to an ir
reverent depreciation of her sanctity."
GOOD TRAINING SCHOOL.
Demand for .Minnesota A-griunlt-ainl
College Men. *
The work being done at the agri
cultural department of the state uni
versity is receiving recognition in oth
er states. John Thompson, the assist
ant in agricultural chemistry, and a
graduate of the agricultural college
course, was called to fill an important i
position in the South Carolina Agricul
tural college and experimental station.
William G. Hyatt, a graduate of the ,
School of Agriculture, and subsequent
ly for a few years foreman of the
North Dakota Agricultural college ex
periment farm, has been employed by
Samuel Glover, of Minneapolis, to su
perintend his eight-thousand-acre farm
at Glover, Dickey county, North Da
Robert W. Clark has been chosen as
an assistant in agricultural experi
mentation by Prof.* J. H. Shepperd, of
the North Dakota Agricultural college,
at Fargo. Several of the graduates of
YANCEY— St. Paul, Minn., March 20, 1896
at family residence, No. 232 Carroll street!
Albert 11. C. Yancey. Funeral from Church
of the Good Shepherd Sunday, 22d lust at
2:30 p. m.
SIBLEY- -At the. family residence, 718 Os
ceola avenue, March 20th, at 8 p. m., For
est, son of Albert L. and Caddie XV. Sib
ley, aged one year and ten months. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
DOWD— St. Paul, at late residence, 1111
Raney street, Friday, March 20th, at 8:30
n. m., P. W. Dowd, aged sixty-one years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FOR FUNERAL:**— Carriages $2 and hearses $3.
Seven Corners Livery. "-Telephone No. 339.
MARRIAGES, BIRTHS, DEATHS.
. MARRIAGE I LICENSES.
Matlila-i lledman Maria Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. E. Nelson ..Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson .............. Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Lott Boy
Mr. and Mrs. "William E. Bronson ....." Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ryan ..* Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Anderson ............. Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Helfman ..............Boy
Mr. and Mrs. John Lelbel Boy-
Mr. and Mrs. Mat. Raas ...... -.':.;.: i ........ Girl
Mr. and Mrs. A. Reckow. Twins (boy and girl)
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shlager Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sweeney ......... .....Boy
Marie Noble, 433 Superior street 2*. yrs
Ruth Barrett, Superior, Wis ...41/4 yrs
Charles Sandlne. -Wabasha street :...27 vrs
Mrs. Leddy, 993 Marion street ....60 yrs
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Great Market Day Today.
Store open till 10:30 p. m.
A fine lot of Dry-Picked
Chickens and Turkeys. .
Fancy Apples, per bbl.,
3 dozen Eggs for, 25c
While the lot lasts.
Potatoes, per bu ...... J . |2j*»c
3 quarts of Cranberries for. 25c
j Sauerkraut, per gal. . . . (Qc
The finest, largest Figs grown,
I per pound . . „ ,I2#C
[ Java and Mocha Coffee, per lb. . . 29c
! Finest Java and Mocha Coffee,
per lb. 35 C
j Schoch's private 'growth Java and
Mocha Coffee, per lb "_ 4-Oc
j Farina, per pomnd.. 3c
j Table Syrup, per gallon |8c
! New Holland Herring, per keg. . . .75c
i Domestic Sardines, per can 3c
Fancy Bananas, per doz.. |Oc and |5c
Navel Oranges, per doz., |5c and 20c
Fancy Budded Fruit, per doz (8c
Lemons, per doz ; . .". 8c
3-lb. jars North Oaks Farm Butter. 7sc
5-lb. jars Creamery Butter. 90c
5-lb. jars Dairy Butter. .....*..'.... 75c
Choice Cooking 8utter. .. ..:... .\2}4c
Mild Cheese, per pound- ... .Qq
Extra Fine Full Cream Cheese,
. per pound. 10c
Full Cream Brick Cheese, per lit.\2'ic
3 fine fat Mackerel for 25c
Small Mackerel, 3 for. . .'. . .'. . lOc
Smoked White Fish, per pound.... ||c
Salt White Fish, per pound 8c
Kettle Rendered Lard, per lb 8c
Sugar Cured Hams, large, per lb. . .9c
Summer Sausage,, per lb !2Kc \
2 pounds Brick Codfish 12^0 j
Fancy Leaf Lettuce, per bunch,
Fancy Young Radishes, per bunch,
Cauliflower, Green Onions, Tomatoes,
Cucumbers, Watercress, Mushrooms,
Large Crisp Celery, Parsley, Oyster
Plant,. Rhubarb and New Cabbages. , :
the institution are being employed by
their home state In the work of the ex
periment station at University farm,
and at the two or three sub-experiment
farms. Others assist in the dairy school
and in other technical teaching in tho
rapidly growing agricultural depart
ment of the university.
COMO BRIDGE ACCIDENT.
Another Workman lull* and Is
Daniel Sayles, an iron worker em
ployed on the new Como avenue bridge,
fell from a scaffold to the railroad
tracks beneath, a distance of twenty
five feet, shortly after 10 o'clock yester
day afternoon. The injured man was
taken to the city hospital, where an ex
amination showed his most painful in
jury to be a severe contusion of the
right hip. Sayles is an unmarried man,
forty-six years old, and boards at the
Capitol hotel. He is a non-resident of
St. Paul, having been brought to the
city with a crew of men by the Wis
consin Bridge company. This Is the sec
ond accident of its kind which has oc
curred in the construction of the
Maple Leaf Route Much the Qaioiie.it
Tho Chicago Great Western Railway (Maple
Leaf Route) makes by far the quickest time
to and from Kansas City and points between.
Elegantly equipped evening train leaves at
7:, 0 dally. You going?
L. N. SCOTT, Manager.
MATINEE TODAY. TONIGHT,
Prices, 25c and 50c. I 4PT TIME
WAINWRIGHT. OF EVE."
and an exceptionally strong company of players,
including Mr. Nathaniel Hartwig, Mr. Bartou
Hill and Miss Hattie Russell.
Prices— 2sc, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
A'ext Week, Commencing Sunday Sight, the
Greatest of Modem Magicians,
THE mYSTERY OF THE
The Creation of Men and Women from Space.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
*'.*> and 50 cents.
Sale of Scats This Morning.
MATINEE The 20th
■ EAST TIME nip,
j:.. TONIGHT. u,KI • ••-
Tomorrow i CO KIN NIC, in
Night J"..: Hendrick Hudson.
Tiie Oiliest and Best Appointed studio ia
the Northwest. ;@
SEE -C^^s^sSSS^ SEE
"THE INEIA7 PHOTO"
At 99 and 101 East MtxtU Strs9t.
...Crayons, Oils and Pastels... ~
Oi-tdctor and commeroia) wort a -specialty.
Br Mr. -Zl—inerma'h'i .Personal Attention.
Appointments. . Telephone Hj7L
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey— District Court. Seconu .indict.
In the matter of the Assignment of Patrick H.
Kelly, for the benefit of Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that Patrick H. Kel
ly, of the City of Saint Paul, in said County
and State, has by deed in writing, dated
March 14th, 1896, made a general assignment
to the undersigned, of all his property for the
benefit of all his creditors, without prefer
All claims must be verified and presented to
the undersigned for allowance at office and
counting room heretofore occupied by the P.
11. Kelly Mercantile Company, Nos. 202-212
East Third Street, at the corner of Sibley and
Third Streets, In the City of Saint Paul. In
Said Ramsey County.
JOHN F. MEAGHER, Assignee.
CONTRACT -WORK - SEWER ON PRANK
STREET. Office of the Board of Public
AVorks, City of St. Paul, Minn., March 20th
1896. -Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works In and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota
at their offlce in said city, until 2 p. m. on
the 2d day of April, A. D. 1896, for construct
ing a sewer on Frank street. fromßeaney
street to a point about 100 feet south of
Beech street. in said city, according to plans
and specifications on file In the office of said
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, ln
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a
certified check on a bank of St, Paul in a
sum of at least ten (10) per cent of the gross
amount bid must accompany each bid. Said
check shall be made payable to the Clerk of
said Board. : i. . ;
The said Board reserves tbe right to re
ject any and all bids.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
JOHN C. MUELLER, President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
■_ March 21 to 31.
CONTRACT WORK— IMPROVING. ETC..
OSCEOLA AVENUE. Office of the Board
of Public Works, City of St. Paul, Minn.,
March 20th. 1896.— Sealed bids will be received
by the Board of Public Works In and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minnesota,
at their office in said city-, at 2 p. m. on the
2d day of April, A. D. 1596. for improving
and ornamenting Osceola avenue, from Pleas
ant avenue to Victoria street, in said city,
according to. plans and specifications on fllo
in the office of said Board.
* A bond with at least two (2) sureties, in a sum
of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a certified
check on a bank of St. Paul ln a sum of at
least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount bid
must accompany each bid. Said check shall
be made payable to the Clerk of said Board.
Tho said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Official: - R. L. GORMAN. ,-
JOHN C. MUELLER, . President.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
March 21 to ■ 31. ,
CONTRACT WORK— IMPROVING. ETC
LINCOLN AVENUE. Office of the Board
of Public Works. City of St. Paul, Minn.
March 20th. 1896.— Sealed bids will be received
by the Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Minne
sota,, at their office in said city, until 2 p. m.
on the 2d day of April. A. D. 1896. for im
proving and ornamenting Lincoln avenue,
from Oakland street to Victoria street, in said
city, according •to plans and specifications
on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties, ln a sum
of at least twenty (20) per cent, or a certified
check on a bank of St. Paul in a sum of at
least ten (10) per cent of the gross amount bid
must accompany each bid. Said check shall
be made payable to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
JOHN *C. . MUELLER. - . . President.
Clerk ; Board cf Public Work*.
March 21 to 81. -
Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul.
Saturday Store News.
The kind that our patrons want and are entitled to— the
accurate, the reliable news. Here is a pleasant meeting and
union of BEST QUALITY and LOWEST PRICES.
MEN'S DEPT.-THREE GREAT BARGAINS.
Genuine "Guyot" Suspenders. 390
25c Socks, Hermsdorf dye, double heel and toe.] ,..'.', lie
51. 50 Gloves, very fine, every pair warranted. ... '.'.', 95 c
Muslin Underwear Dept.
JUST FOR SATURDAY.
Black Sateen Skirts, with __»_ A/**
deep umbrella flounce, 5J 1191
Black Ail-Wool Moreen -tf-f q->
Skirts, with deep flounce, Jil f|S
velvet bound, f0r..... V»--W
12 dozen Muslin Drawers, em
broidery trimmed mi
and cluster of tucks, / A.C
each i sWTV
Saturday's Silk Attractions.
Tho Arnold-Constable Silks.
The richest, the most fashionable
collection of Silks ever shown on
Bargain Tables are here. The
lengths are sufficient in most cases
for gowns and waists, and Silks of
equal -value and beauty can't be had
elsewhere for double or treble these
At 690 a yard; worth to $1.25.
At 79c a yard; worth to $1.50.
At 89c a yard; worth to $2.00.
At 98c a yard; worth to $3.50.
Dr. Raub's Medicated Cutaneous
Soap, antiseptic, the finest soap
for the complexion, toilet, bath and
nursery. It contains all the medi
cated qualities of any 2So soap.
Special for Sat- * a*
urday, per b ° X of three -«-«SC
" Wall Paper, Frescoing, Fumishwgs.
414 and 416 bert Street, Second Floor. Take Elevator
Telephone 1398. -. ...^^ **" -"-levator
EIWOOP W. WARD. Banana.
ST. PAUL FURNITURE CO. 1
lc- ♦ .""!-•• W*ERS AND MANUFACTURERS •••... "•'• If
Fixtures and Furniture for Bank,, Stores, C«furch eS , "alls, Etc I
I 170 West Fifth Street. IJ
Of Resolution-* Adopted by the Com
mon Council of Utc City of St.
Paul. -'"-•: *:
Ay F No. 2604—
In l?i- m # ,' ot the report °* the Board of
_. Public Works, dated March 5, 1896.
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of the City
of St. Paul cause the following Improvement
to be made, to wit: Grade the alley in block
one (1), Cooper's addition to St. Paul from
Arkwrlght street to MoMeuemy street, in
That said board cause said work to be let
by contract, as provided by law, without
one-half the estimated cost being first paid
into the city treasury, and after said work
shall be placed under contract, said board
shall proceed without delay to assess the
amount, as nearly as they can ascertain (he
same, which will be required to pay the costs
and necessary expenses of such improvement
upon the real estate to be benefited by said
improvement, as provided by law; It being the
opinion of the Council that real estate to
be assessed for such improvement can be
found benefited to the extent of the costs and
expenses necessary to be incurred thereby.
Adopted by the Assembly March 6, 1896.
Yeas Messrs. Arosin, Johnson, Lewis, Par
ker, Reardon, Robb. Strouso, Van Slyke, Mr.
Adopted by :he Board of Aldermen March
IT, 1896. '...';
Yeas— Aid. Brady, Kartak, Krleger, Llndahl.
Markham. Milham, Montgomery, Ulmer.Wolf,
Mr. President— lo.
Approve-". March 19, 189**,
Ay F No. 2607- By Mr. Arosin—
Resolved, That the free use of the Market
hall be and the same is hereby granted the
Scandinavians of St Paul on May 12, 1896,
for the celebration of the four hundredth an
niversary of Gustave Vasa.
Adopted by the Assembly' March 6, 1896.
— Messrs. Arosin, Johnson, Lewis, Par
ker, Reardon. Robb, Strouse, Van Slyke. Mr.
President— 9. ■•**•.• **_«? -. •■
Nays — 0. '•_ - ; \'_ .."
Adopted, by the Board of Aldermen March
Yeas— Brady, Kartak, Krleger, Llndahl,
.Markham, Milham, Montgomery, Ulmcr.Wolf.
Mr. President— lo.
Nays— o. ..* .-.*
Approved March 19, 1590.
Bd F No. 5669—
Resolved, That warrants be drawn upon the
city treasury, payable out of the •'Building
Inspector's Department Fund," in favor of
the persons named in the pay roll presented
with this resolution, for the sums set oppo
site to their respective names, In payment of
the salary and compensation of said persons
for their respective services during the month
of February, 1896 (a*) shown by said pay roll).
Adopted by tho Board of Aldermen March 17,
Yeas— Aid. Brady. Kartak, Ktiegwr, Llndahl,
Markham, Milham. Mdntgomery, Murphy, Ul
mer. Wolf, Mr. President— ll
. Nays— o. '...'-.
. Adopted by the Assembly March 19, lJ*9r>.
Yeas— Messrs. Arosin, Lewis, Reardon,
Robb, Strouse. Van Slyke. Mr. President—
Nays— o. .-:-.-"
Approved March 20. 1896.
Bd -F No. 6724—
In the matter of the report of the Board 'of
- Public Works, dated March 17. ISO*".
It is hereby ordered by the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the Board of Public Works of tbe City
of St. Paul cause the folio-vims work to be
done, to wit: Sweep by hand. Summit ave
nue, from Selby avenue to Dale street; Nina
avenue, from Summit avenue 2C-6 feet north
erly: Holly avenue, from "Western avenue to
Dale street; Portland avenue, from Western
avenue to Dale street; Western avenue, from
Dayton aveuue to Summit avenue; Dayton
avenue, from a point 256 feet * sast of Summit
avenue to Avon street; Kent street, from
Selby avenue to Marshall avenue; Sixth street.
from Sibley street to Smith avenue; Fourth
street, from Seven Corners to Broadway:
Third street, from Seven Corners to Pleasant
avenue; St Peter street, from Third street
to Tenth Btreet: Fifth street, from Wabasha
street, to Third street; Wabasha street, from
Third street to College avenue; Seventh street
from Brook street to Seven Corners: Sibley
street, from Fourth street to Seventh street.
. That said Board cause said work to be let by
contract.- dividing said work into as many
small contracts as said Board may deem ad
, visable, and in accordance with . specifications
to be prepared by the City Engineer, and ap
proved by said Board. Tho expense of aid
work to be paid out of the "Street and Sewer
Maintenance Fund." - - ."
Adopted by the Board of. Aldermen March 17.
1896. . ' '•■-
.Yeas—Aid. . Brady,^ Kartak. : ; Krleger, •' Lindahl.
Wash Goods Oept.
Extra Specials for Saturday
Morning at 9 O'clock.
120 pieces best American X
Zephyr Ginghams, our regular RC
12>2 c quality, for ..... V•»
80 pieces Madras Shirting __.
and Scotch Ginghams, our IScT
regular 25c quality, for lt ' v
All Pure-Wool Tweed Suitings,
in small checks, stripes and mix
tures; good value at 39c a in
Our Saturday price ,, *** 7 *-'
Mohair Jacquards, high luster, In
all the leading shades, red and
black, green and red, delft and
wine, blue and black, olive and red
wine and black; actual value /in '
75c a yard. \Ur
Our Saturday price U/V
Again We Say Ironclad Hose
or Saturday, These are the most
popular Stocking for Boys and Girls
in the Northwest; very elastic, dou
ble knees, heels and toes, and for
service will wear better than any
**>0c Stocking in the country. Try
them-— * **
19c a Pair; 3 Pair for 50c.
5 cases Women's Ribbed Balbrlg.
gan Vests, high neck, long or short
sleeves; correct weight for present
use. Note this price—
19c a Garment; 3 for 50c.
Markham Milham, Montgomery, Murphy UU
mer. Wolf, Mr. President-- IL P ! ' L
Adopted by the Assembly March 19 IS9S
leas— Messrs. Arosin. Le*-is Parker it. r
don, Robb, Strouse, Van Slyke. Mr. AtSSSi
Approved .March CO, 1596.
Bd F No. 576**—
,£*%£*?• That •"■**■*"•_■ be drawn upon
fM?» t? treasur y in favor of John Wafenor.
City Treasurer, for the sum of $1,289 99 D * v .
able out of the "Street, Sewer and Bridse
Maintenance Fund," to pay the street and
i4 e th er 1896l 896 - 'n accordance with "dma M."<
Htli 1896 In accordance with pay roll eer
"■*•«*-* . ° by the City Engineer and appro*
and allowed by the Board of Public Works.
IT 18°% L ' y th ° °* rd ° Ald ■* rl * " March
Vcas -- Aid. Brady. Kartak. Krleger, Lin.
dahl, Markham, Milham. Montgomery ri
mer. Wolf, Mr. President— 10.
Adopted by the Assembly March 19 1806
» i u aS c,r Mes ? • Arosin, Lewis. Heard
Robb. Strouse, Van Slyke, Mr. President— 7
. Nays— o. "
Approved March 20, 1896. ■'*. ;':
Bd F No. STC3—
Resolved, That an order be drawn upon
h« city treasury, payable out of the 'Vol
lice Department Fund," In favor of Bridget
r.V<Snm nS v, S 'n for -. he . 8 H m of one hundred
($100.00) dollars, In full payment «jf all ser
vices rendered by her for two months frotft
December 24th, 1896. to February nth 1896
inclusive, pursuant to resolution of Board
File No. .5633, passed by Common Council
March sth. 1896. and as pe.r bill attached.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen March
Yeas— Aid. Brady. KarUk. Krleger. Lip.
dahl, Markham, Milham, Montgomery, l*l«
wcr. Wolf. Mr. Present— lo.
Adopted by the Assembly March 19. 1890.
Yeas — Messrs. Arosin. Lewis, Rc.irdon,,
Robb, Strouse. Van Slyke, Mr. President— 7.
Approved March 20, 1880. *
Bd F No. 5777 — ' --
Resolved. That orders be drawn upon ft'
city treasury, payable out of the "Police Pen*
slon Fund," in favor of the following-named
persons for the amounts set opposite to then
respective names, the same being for thi
month of February, 1896:
Mary McCarrlck, $33.33; Henry Galvln, $37.50'
Wm. O'Keere, $37.50; Robert Palmer. $37.M
John Vogtle, $37.50: Isaac D. Morgan. $50.00]
Mrs. Caroline Costello. $33.83; Edward Shield*
$37.50; Mrs. Hermlne Bresette. $33.33.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen March 17,
Yeas— Aid. Brady, Kartak, Krleger, I.'ndahl.
Markham. Milham. Montgomery, timer. Wolf,
Mr. President-111. •
Adopted by the Assembly March 19. IS9O.
Messrs. Arosin, Lewis, Reardan, Robh,
Strouse, Van Slyke, Mr. Presideut— 7.
Nays— -0. /
Approved March 20, 1390.
Bd F No. 5778— '..' : :~
Resolved, That orders be drawn upon th«
city treasury, payable out. of the 'City Of
fleers' Salary Fund." In favor of the persom
named in the pay roll presented with this reso
lution, for the sums set "opposite to their re*
spectlve names. In payment of the salary and
compensation of said persons for their re«
spective servl-jes during the month of Febru*
ary. 1896 (as shown by said pay rollV;
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen March 17.
1896. .;■ •••. ... ti.
Yeas-Aid. Brady, Kartak, Krl^r. Llndahl,
Markham. Milham, Montgomery. Vlmer, Wolf,
Mr. President— lo.
Nays-*). ••*. •*; : -,'*
"Adopted by the Assembly March 19. ISM -
Messrs.* Arosin,- Lewis, Reardon, Hcbb,
Strouse. -Van Slyke. -Mr. President"-".
Approved March 20,. 1898.
President of the Assembly.
JOSEPH EHRMANN I T JR..
President of the Board of Aldermen.
MATT JENSEN. .*..
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