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/\ r i lirtPi Trin n rftftfti™ 1 r* i™ ft Tinft i in order that
iSfl/ IniUn Lv rUiiUL IML i ull HIU-Tte Globes Gftests
/Tfe^NA i i | -Vi % / - • „ „ --*.-. .1 May return from the East via the
j Leaders in the Voting Contest Piling (Jp Coupons.
"The Biggest and Best in the Great Northwest,'* MOnh LflflQ
Will send the two men and two women employes of St. Paul retail merchants, wholesale mer= :*w k , •, v v
■ chants, or general offices of railroads receiving the largest number of votes on a trip from St. Paul to een declded to . shorte , n th f G ™" n S
New York, Boston and seaside resorts via the Great Lakes. c * one week, making the final day
Every item of expense will be paid by the Globe, including railroad and sleeping car fare, steam- Saturday, Aug. 14.
jj ship fare, staterooms, meals on trains and steamboats, hotel fare while in New York and Boston,
and incidental expenses. r
, v, .. . £ . . . M From August ito 7 Coupons
%: §# *n addition to the magnificent trip offered, the two men and two women receiving the third and
C^ W fourth largest number of votes in the contest will receive a Will be worth 2 votes.
— — — Standard High Grade Bicycle, Fully Equipped. """^Z^ZZ,
The Globe's guests will make the *-* * J 1 X X
trip from Duluth to Buffalo and re™ <-<l>—
turn on one of these inland ocean -. /\ s^p \. j|
floating palaces. 1 **'*'*£ \ four thousand miUs \ CUT OTTT
■) yT**^ >C/^° % * % *< LBY RAIL, AND WATER. !| \-> A V^ A
The Great Lakes of America. z I *} xouT * *> be taken by th * gi < obe ' s gtosts - ij
fiMcm hresh II 'ater Trip in the World. ) MI N \|/ /f ---... ■, <; $ i: <. *> \ Plf S I * ||
The route between Duiuth and Buffalo covers a — A \ /fv \f I '\>\*^T, Tl \ ,- fl Tj I|| T* I |l|
distance of 1,065 miles, of which 144 are throug-h / \j? ) ]/ A rt f^ o. <* <"> c (^. I
rivers of international reputation for the beauty of ] (X | r Q> f'wS \ \\ / _^«r^^ -»^-«.-^^ «^ Wm^ V^ ». m.
their scenic attractions. These are all navigated by «'i st p«Jrv( ' WIS - Jy7 / V / V°/ — '"^^o ? >
daylig-ht and the tourist enjoys unsurpassed oppor- <| . I ' jr ) s / J -/^*\ *' r"^f. O N T * * p. •*' mt /NH -\
tunities of seeing from the deck of these superb > w : \ U / 7 >LA \i» | ; J^. -^3v^Tr' R?;;^ i *" \/ 111'.L.--^ 7
ships a wonderful panorama of ever-changing- beau- c \ I 5* t i^ ■/» . • V* ) niaoarß-T&** -1^ ~(*oc H fi ai.ban< B^ j qCC qSoston -C"ii • * /■ i«
ty. The ships touch between the terminus of the j J _\ / \ Ml CH. K^ *2sP*»'*i-o c " £s^« |/MASS. fV Fill in the name of yourfavonte candi
an^cfevera'lld 810 ' Mafie ' Mackinac Island > Delro 't J (^ iowa I \ y [ t\ S^-rf&'S N >V'Y ' I'lro'^NSljJ^ date, place of employment, and send to
The "North West" and "North Land" are \ Sr i / $^^*lt'>\ \ EST "Ti Ji^^T \ <! TTT«««««w «C ni«t« ir.i' OT
unsurpassed by anything afloat. The construction \ \ / /'..'4 f .'^ . / * iHISHnPr fit l-rfIMP UntinrT
of these high-speed, twin-screw steamships has been j I N^ 1 ""SS^ 1 -" oPNN ) * I |llQliayUl Ul lIIUJjU lUIIIJL
planned and carried out with a view of making \ mi \k\t\ r\ Pt IN " V Jt (»sir^pcoNEY islano i p
them not only the most modern and luxurious, but irJU - Only \ \ cm J Hnntmnt
also the strongest and safest conveyances on fresh - • ■ lg.ll I HS I
"The smps ,eav. D ulu ,», T u e s(l a y s an* Saturdays AN ITINERARY OF THE TOUR.
leave St. Paul 11:15 p.m. and Minneapolis 11:50 p.m., the Hudson River to New York City on the New York Central & places of historical interest trips will be made to many file coupons, and none Will be counted
r h tixr^es,r/, ni ",, s eg^ nf -;?xTs "^sfirstt* Ho M^ ic ,^ ichisonCMral Park; tic .^".i^risrss Fouror ««-«»«>» *«h^ whi ? h reach . the Gl ° be af t er the dat e of
before departure of steamship. B expiration given Oil COUpon.
_ Bathrooms. Absolutely fireproof. Most luxuriously ... 1
appointed. Select orchestral music every evening.
IIN Bowling alleys and shuffle boards for private parties. r T* T T T*7 T^ ATT T^TA/t^r^ T TIVTTI? t
Within twenty minutes' reach of the business and thea- 11l JZl^ t* J\L^L^ I\l V Jt^ E\ L^L^itli I
rw\* Iff •-I <• i Ilf* *% ter districts. During the summer season the beautiful
lifi ftiJllfl 01 fliP Mi^t P ri vate rustic palm gardens, situated 300 feet above sea
1 Ilv lYlillil vl illy iT&IOle level, are open to guests only. The Globe's guests Consisting of the Passenger Boats
will spend several days at Hotel Majestic.
T . .t ~ ~ — Prlscllla - PurltM - Piumoutn. mm, Providence
Falls. The party will board the staunch little steamer ' UU'IBO Stat6S fTOtGl^
"Maid of the Mist," don rubber garments, and make'one D „ AND FREIGHTERS,
, , . . Boston, Mass. '
of the most exciting and fascinating yet perfectly safe
steamer rides known. The little boat runs out into the Boston's famous house for over half a century, has ac- 't> -v. t •„. *i . t t
c , . , -' dC Takes its name from the city that forms the eastern terminus of its water route,
river, pitches and tosses about in the troubled waters and commodations for over 500 guests, none of the rooms .. ■ . .
goes on and on toward the falls until from the h " belng ab ° V 6 thG fOUrth fl °° r ' lt '* dirGCtly ° PP ° site the US m " P ""^ a " d eighty "° ne mileS ° f Water r ° Ute
Boston & Albany Railroad depot, and only one block — fr° m ew Y° r k to Fall River, through Long Island Sound as its principal
fades away in the mist. The ride on the "Maid of the from the Old Colony and Fall Rive* lines. From its highway-arid forty-nine miles of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail-
Mist" is one of the things that makes a lasting- impres- location the United States affords visitors an excellent 4 /ou r* 1 w r> • 11* i,jj j
5 pics . . cv road (Old Colony system) from Fall River to Boston — in all two hundred and
sion on those who take it. Above the Falls they will P ° tO make daily excurslons t0 the thou- .
jArn.fW.-H H f^ v sand Pl aces of hi^orical interest withi which the city and thirty mlleS ° f Water and rail SerVlCe; and " embraCCS ltS dlrGCt mmiStra "
v.sit Uoat island and watch the ever-rushing torrents suburbs abound Jhe Q , obe , s gufests w|l| s^ end tions the cities of New York, Newport, Fall River and Boston as terminal and
pass swiftly by and plunge to the depths below. several days at the United Stated Hotel. visiting points.
Fop Information AddpessfMana£er Voting Contest,
THE GLOBE, NEWSPAPER ROW,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
THE SAINT PAUI, GI^OBEJ: