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-• «. •*___ i-ay its Help— The sum of'
J74._76.23 will be disbursed by the city to
day on account of salaries of officials and
employes for January. This amount ls
drawn from the department funds as follows:
Police. $13.7J2 .9; fire. $13.65345. city officers,
$4.1.::._1; school. $37,672..?; municipal court,
(L 074.99; building Inspector, $483.25; health,
.'>•">: engineer, $1,159.88; board of public
works. $1,118.32; custodian court house, $530;
boaid of control, $2,254.17.
Driver, Spare That Tree— The park
hoard. Minneapolis, with an eye toward the
beauty of the city, has detailed an officer to
protect shade trees. Co:r.plaints have been
received from all skies relative to the de
struction of trees by horses carelessly hitched
to them by citizens. The complaints have been
carefully looked into and the board has de
cided to start an energetic campaign against
jauch offenders and prostcute them to the full
extent of the lr.w.
Watered Guaranty Loan Stock— The
hig water pipe in the Guaranty Loan build
in;.. Minneapolis, broke yesterday afternoon
beneath the tiled floor in the basement. The
pipe is directly connected with the large tank
on the top of the building, and there was no
way of shutting off the flow until the water
in the tank was exhausted. In consequence
the basement was flooded to the depth of
about an inch.
P j tii lnns' Annual— The annual meeting
of tbe Pythian Veteran Association of Minne
sota will be held Saturday at 4 o'clock In
K. P. lull. Masonic Temple, Minneapolis. Of
ficers wil' be elected and reports made. The
association numbers 100 members. A recep
tion will be given them in the evening in the
receytion rooms of the Guaranty Loan build
ing at 8 o'clock, and a banquet at 9 p. m.
Bwlng Will Me Held— A. E. Ewing.
arrest. d Saturday night on the charge of
drunkenness, but suspected of attempting
to pass a worthless check for $5, was ar
rigoed in the police court yesterday and
held without ball until tomorrow, for the
purpose of allowing the authorities to in
vestigate concerning the suspected check.
Stn.e Humane Society Annual— The
annual meeting of the Minnesota Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty will be held this
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Relief society
hall. Hi East Ninth street, St. Paul. The
members of the humane societies of the Twin
Cities, as well as all others interested in
humane work, are invit< d to be present.
Less Thau Fifty tivt This Issue-
City Comptroller McCardy will today dispose
of $150,000 in city certificates of Indebtedness.
The issue runs fifteen months and draws 4
per cent Interest. Forty-six persons will get
the entire issue, the highest number sold to
any one person being twenty. The certificates
are for $500 each.
Mude No Case Against Them — George,
alias "Mother" Smith, and Henry Hull, ar
rested in connection with an alleged assault
upon J. Flnestein, at the latter's tailor shop.
Sixth and Franklin streets, Saturday night,
were discharged hy Judge Twohy yester
day. The evidence of the prosecution failed
to make a case.
Will Probably Be Deported— John J.
Smith, who has just finished a term at the
St. Paul workhouse, was examined in the
probate court yesterday and adjudged in
sane. As he is believed to be a resident ot
lowa, he was placed in charge of Secretary
Hart, of the state board of charities and cor
City Railway Must Pay— The Jury In
the personal injury cases of Elizabeth and
John Scfauler against the city railway com
pany, of Minneapolis, after being out over
48 hours, returned a verdict of $750 for Elira-
beth Schuler and nothing for John Schuler.
The verdict was returned Sunday.
Do no hue Must He Good— John Dono
hue. arrested last week for an alleged as
sault upon his wife, was tried in the police
court yesterday and required to sign a bond
to keep the peace. The charge of drunken
ness aud disorderly conduct, which is also
lodged against Donohue, will be tried Thurs
.Indue Twohy a Skeptic— F. Clark's
pica of absent mindedness as the cause of
his carrying off an overcoat belonging to
"YViliiani Martenson from a Dayton's bluff
saloon, Sunday afternoon, was deemed insuf
ficient by Judge Twohy. who sentenced Clark
to the St. Paul workhouse for ninety days.
Wounded Bursslnr in Conrt — George
Schwartz, shot on Sunday. Feb. 5, by C. 13.
Banford, was taken from the city hospital
at Minneapolis yesterday and arraigned in
the police court on a charge of burglary in
the first degree. He waived examination and
was bound over ln $750 bail.
Deportlnf? the Allen Insane— Agent
Gates, of the state board of corrections and
charities, went to Fergus Falls last evening
to take charge of Carni Vincenzo. an Insane
Italian, who is to be sent back to Italy by
the federal authorities next Saturday. Mr.
Gates also expects to take a Finlander to
New York for deportation.
Jury Acquitted Dilley— Charles Dilley.
> Who was tried before Judge Willis and a
Jury on lhe charge of snatching a purse con
taining $3 from a woman's pocket while she
was crossing Sixth street, at Wabasha, was
acquitted late yesterday. The jury returned
a verdict of not guilty at 7 p. m. Dilley was
thereupon discharged.
Cycle Path Benefit— The St. Paul Cycle
Path association is preparing to repair the
paths around the city as soon as spring
opens, and will give a cycle benefit on Feb.
23 and 24 at Conover hall. Three one-act
comedies will be given each evening under
the charge of Stuart Brodock.
To Help on tbe Cycle Path — Dramatis
Mr. Ilalfour I liable, However, to
Furnish the House of Commons
Any Information Xot Already In
Its Possession Throwing; IJ^ht oa
the .latter.
LONDON. Feb. 14.— Replying to a
question in the house of commons to
day, as to whether the government In
tended to co-operate in promoting an
international conference to consider the
currency question, Mr. Balfemr, first
lord of the treasury and government
leader, said he was happy to say the
government would be very glad to see
an international agreement regarding
currency, but that he had nothing to
add to the information already in the
possession of the house.
The house later discussed the amend
ment of John Lawson Walton, Lib
eral for South Leeds, to the address in
reply to the speech from the throne,
raising the question of the govern
ment's Indian frontier policy. Mr.
.^Yalton criticised it from a Liberal
disapproving of the occu
pation of Chitral as being the source
of the present troubles, and urging the
government not to tamper with the in
dependence of the frontier tribes, who,
The famous Appliance . r.d Remcdieg of If
thel_rl.Med.e_l Co. nowior it. tlrstiime H
offered on trial without expense to liny BE
honest mm. Not a dollar to tea paid BS
ln Kdva__ce. Cure Efforts Of Errors B
cr E_.cc_.e_ in Old or You__jr. Manhood 9
Fully Kcfrtorcd. Bow io Enlarge and ■
1 St renpt hen Weak. Under. lot cd Portions M
. of B-xJy. Abseiiuteiy unfailing Homo _f
Treatment. No C. < >. I). or r>.h« r sohorno. ■
I A plain offer by a firm of hich gtanding. B
ERIE MEDim 00.1^^1. S ?J
entertainments are to be given Feb. 23 and
24 at Conover hall in behalf of the cyclo
path fund. Three comedies are to be pro
duced. They will be given under the man
agement of Mr. Brodock and the castes will
Include amateurs and professionals.
McLeod County's Junket — Secretary
Hart, of the state board of corrections and
charities, yesterday accompanied the county
commissioners of McLeod county on an in
vestigation of jails in Nobles, Blue Earth and
one or two other counties, in search of a
model for a McLeod county jail.
Prof. ( (iiiKiliin la Honored — Prof. C.
H. Congdon. supervisor of music. in the St.
Paul schools, has been appointed to take
charge of the conference of teachers of music
in the public schools, to be held ln connec
tion with the educational convention in
Omaha June 28, 29 and 30.
Grand Jury's Grist— Tho grand jury of
Hennepin county reported before Judge Smith
yesterday morning, returning a batch of
about ten indictments for minor crimes, all
of which were against occupants of the coun
ty jail. The arraignments will be 'made this
X-Rnj- Caste— The criminal libel As.
against the editors of X-Rays was again
passed at Minneapolis yesterday morning, ow
ing to the continued illness of Freeman P.
Lane. No date was fixed for its trial, and
there is a possibility that it will go over the
BurKlnrized a Rink— Burglars broke
Into the South side skating park. Thirteenth
avenue south and Third street, Minneapolis.
Friday night and made away with $200 worth
of property. Most of the speed skates and
skating costumes were taken.
Mill City Bat-dinar— Building operations {
in Minneapolis during January showed an
Increase over 1897. while real e3tate transfers j
showed a heavy falling off, according to the
compilations of tho American Land and Title
Must Not Do It Aarnln— Frank Lentsch
and Andrew Burgen, arrested on the charge
of illegal fishing at Bass lake, were warned
against repeating the offense by Judge Twohy
ln the St. Paul municipal court yesterday,
and discharged.
Aldermen Meet ToiilkliI — A regular
meeting of the St. Paul board of aldermen
Is scheduled for this evening. Only six mem
bers of the body are at present in the city,
and in consequence the session will be de
voted to routine business only.
It Was Very Brief— The regular month
ly meeting of the conference committee in
St. Paul yesterday lasted just three min
utes. The roll call, filing cf reports and a
motion to adjourn was all there was to it.
Died From a Cancer— Frank Tuam, a
resident of New Prague, Minn., died at St.
Joseph's hospital, St. Paul, yesterday from
effects of a cancer. Deceased was 35 years
of age and leaves a wife and two children.
foal Company Boribs Suit— The Le
high Valley Coal company has sued Jules 11.
Burwell to recover $1,272.53 alleged to be
due for goods sold and delivered to the de
Ills Meals Will He Furnished— Jas.
Walker was sentenced to the workhouse for
thirty days yesterday on the charge of j
vagrancy. He was arrested on Seventh street
by Officer Tschidi Sunday for soliciting
Found For the (.lobe— Judge Orr yes
terday filed a decision in the case of Nellie
Altera vs. The Sr. Paul Globe Publishing j
company, the decision being in favor of the
Three Costly Flub— Fred Gonyca was
fined $15 and costs by Judge Holt in the
municipal court at Minneapolis for having ln
his possession three black bass. He was ar
rested by Deputy Gime Warden Babcock.
Will Live at t'omo I'ntll May—Al
bert Stelzcr, arrested Saturday for the theft :
of a baby carriage belonging to Anton Prle- j
sen. was yesterday committed to the St. Paul
workhouse for ninety days.
Pyt-tlnns Will Visit the Fort—Cham
pion lodge. K. of P., will visit Ivy lodge at i
Fort Snelling this evening. A special car for !
the visiting members will leave Wabasha and j
Seventh streets at 7:30.
Honors of the Orient— A joint meetin? i
of Court? Lonhe.rt and R; ms.y. I. O. F„ will I
be held at Twin City hall. Rice and tfniver- j
sity avenuo. St. Paul, tonight, to confer the |
Oriental degree.
Dean Paitee In the Pulpit- W. S.
Pattee. L.L. D., dean of the law school at |
the state university, will speak upon "The
Royal Law" at Plymouth church, St. Paul, j
next Sunday evening.
.Indue Ames' Funeral— The funeral of ,
Judge E. B. Ames will bo held Wednesday i
at 2 p. m. from the late residence, 1112 Sec- j
ond avenuo south. Minneapolis.
Debtor Released — Henry L. Maser. who I
has been in the county jail at Minneapolis i
for nearly four months for contempt of court, 1
was given hi 3 liberty yesterday.
Donnelly Gets a License— lgnatius |
Donnelly secured his marriage license yester
day at Clerk Dickey's offlce. In Minnoapol.s.
The Grand Jury to Resume — The
grand jury will convene tomorrow pursuant
to the adjournment directed by the court.
Added One More Member — Gov.
Clough yesterday appointed George Purvis. I
of Crookston, as an additional member of |
the commission to look after the Minnesota
exhibit at the Traas-Mississippl exposition at j
~ — • 1
ho said, were the natural bulwark of I
Lord George Hamilton, secretary of ■
state for India, replied. He said it was
impossible to evacuate Chitral without
imparing the prestige of Great Britain j
and the tranquility of these tribes.
Will Get a Month's Board at the '
John Johnson aoneared ac the Minneapolis '
central police station Sunday morniug. He !
Introduced himself to Jailer Mr Kenna as I
"John Mohanson." He said he didn't want to j
work and wanted to go to the workhouse,
where be could have something to cat. He
insisted that the jailer lock him up at once. |
but he was instructed to appear the next I
morning and he would be accommodated. !
Sunday night Mr. Johnson reposed in tho
tramp room In the station. Yesterday morn-
Ing he was called bright and early". First
he was ordered to carry up a lot of wood
into the station. Then he was locked up. j
He called for breakfast with the air of a ]
lord, but was informed that he was not ar- j
rested at the right time to be served. Thus '
far Mr. Johnson thought he had struck ha.rd j
lines. He had about concluded that being !
locked up was not what it was reputed. But j
Mr. Johnson's greatest surprise came when !
Judge Holt said "$25 or thirty days." after !
hearing the story told on the prisoner. Mr. !
Johnson will be sure of his meal 3 for the
next thirty days.
Westminster Services.
Westminster church, in Minneapolis !
last evening. They were devoid of j
eloquence, but mainly devoted to !
communion. A short musical pro- <
gramme preceded the regular services. A. i
M. Shuey rendered th*' organ voluntary
"Offertory." by Reed, and Mrs. Wymoud, Mr! I
George and the church quartette sang "o I
Lamb of God," and Mrs. Porteous and the
quartette "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," j
by Ambrose.
A communion service was presided over by
Rev. Charles Thayer, who officiated at the
flrst communion service of Westminster
church, March 14, ISSB. The formal dedica
tion of the church will occur this evening.
Would Have a Free Dump.
A free dump will be recommended by Dr.
Avery, Minneapolis commissioner of health,
providing the health department will be re
quired to look after the removal of the city
garbage. In his report. Dr. Avery will sug
gest such a scheme as the only practical one.
The dump will be established on a line of
rallroed. find the garbage removed from the
city limit*
Chairman Butler and His Party to
Arrive ln the City This Morning
Extensive Preparations for a
Great Demonstration at the Ex
position Building The Banquet.
The Butler demonstration which the
Populists of Minnesota have had in
mind for some time past, promises to
become a Bryan demonstration. The
champion of free silver is on his way
to Minneapolis from his home in Ne
braska, and it is expected will arrive
here today or tomorrow morning. He
will be but one, however, In a galaxy
of stars of the Populist heavens who
will be entertained by Minnesotans for
the next two or three days.
The Minneapolis & St. Louis train
arriving here at 8:20 this morning will
have on board Chairman Butler, of the
People's party national committee;
ex-Senator Dubois, of Idaho, who
comes in the place of Congressman
Hartman, and Gen. J. B. Weaver, of
lowa. With them will be Chairman F.
C. Gibbs, of the state committee, who
will board the train at Waterville,
A committee of local People's party
men, with carriages, will meet the dis
tinguished party at the depot, and will
convey Messrs. Butler and Weaver to
the West hotel, where breakfast will
be served. __x-Senator Dubois will
accompany E. S. Corser to his home,
and will remain there as a guest dur
ing his stay in Minneapolis. Final ar
rangements were made last night for
the reception this morning.
At 10 o'clock Messrs. Butler, Weaver
and Dubois will address the students
of the South Side High school, each
speaking for five minutes, and at noon
will perform a similar function at the
Central High school. Tomorrow morn
ing during chapel at the university
they will speak to the students there. !
During the afternoon the visitors will I
confer with local People's party men, !
and in the evening Chairman Butler I
will be the guest of W. O. Long. 11 I
Seventeenth street east. Mr. Long is j
a North Carolina man, as is also Mr. i
Butler, and at the dinner there will be \
present seventeen citizens of Minne- j
apolis, all of them natives of North I
The conference to be h.ld at Labor !
Temple tomorrow, will begin at :) !
o'clock in the morning instead of at 2 I
ln the afternoon, as originally intended. I
The change was made on account of !
the early arrival of Chairman Butler j
and his associates anel the important \
questions to be settled at the confer- !
ence; questions that are likely to be j
discussed at great length. The Labor
Temple meeting will not be executive. I
People's party men. Democrats and sil- |
ver Republicans will all be present, if j
not as participants in the councils, then
as auditors. At this meeting Chair- |
man Butler and Gen. Weaver will i
speak anel will, of course, take part I
in the deliberations.
In the evening the big meeting at the j
Exposition building and the banquet I
in Harmonia hall will be held. Mr.
Bryan will be the stellar attraction at j
both of these events.. It was not known I
last night just when he would arrive in j
the city, but as he will surely reach \
here this evening or tomorrow morning, i
he will be in time for at least a por- j
tion of the conference anel the gather-
Ings in the evening. If he arrives in !
time to attend the Labor Temple me< t- i
ing it Is expected that he will deliver j
an address there along the lines of
fusion and co-operation in the cam- '
iiaign this fall. It is for the purpose j
of aiding in the effe its to secure har
mony all olong the line that his visit
is made
For the meeting at the exposition to- j
morrow eveninc all arrangements have !
been made. The doors will be eipened
promptly at 6 o'clock, and at 7 o'clock
the meeting will be called to order by
Prof. Dobbyn, state national commit
teeman, who will introduce Chairman
Butler as the first speaker. Senat ir.
Dubois, Gen. Weaver, William J.
Bryan, John Lind, Senator P. M. Ring- ]
dal, T. J. Caton and S. M. Owen will j
follow in the order named.
At the conclusion of Chairman But- j
ler's speech at the expedition he wil j
be driven to Harmonia hall, where th ■ !
banquet will begin promptly at 9
o'clock. Five hundred tickets have
been issued for the banquet, anel ns .-1!
of them have bo n disposed of a larg.
crowd is expected.
The conference at Labor temple will
be of much importance to the Peo
ple's Patty of the state. Th? effoits
of the mid-roaders of the party to.
bring about an early state conversion,
not later than March 15 or .0, wi 1 be
the bone cf contention. Those of tbe
party who favor fusion and co-open.
tion with the Democrats anel silver
Republicans will fight for a later dat^.
Other subjects to be discussed will be
those relating to some plan of imme
diate organization for the coming cam
Mrs. Sparks Expires Before the
Seriousness of Her Illuess
Wan B call zed.
Mrs. Mary J. Sparks, a magnetic phy
sician and massage treater. elied very
suddenly yesterday afternoon at her
apartments, room 34. Syndicate block,
third floor. Minneapolis. Mrs. Sparks
I had iieen indisposed Sunday, but did
t not deem it necessary to consult a ohy
i sician. Yesterday she continued to
grow worse, and, finally, upon the ad
! vice of friends, called in Dr. Fryher
: ger. The physician found the woman
dying, and saw that nothing could be
; done to help her. She expired shortly
I after.
Coroner Dennis took the case in
hand and had the remains taken to the
morgue. Last evening a post mortem
examination was condueteel by Coroner
Dennis. Deputy H. S. Nelson and Dr.
j Fryberger. The cause of death was
| learned to have been cystic degenera
j tion of the kidneys. The autopsy was
i witnessed by several female friends of
i the deceased, something unusual at the
I morgue.
j Court Decides Edward Smith Liable
on Colombia Bank Stock.
Edward Smith ls probably very sorry thffet
he entered into a scheme, for appearance's
sake, with President Kittle-son, o-f the Co
| iurabia National bank, Minneapolis. Aoeord
| ing to a decision filed yesterday by Jud_;e
! .McGhce. in tho action cf John B. Atwat7r
j as receiver, against Smith, the latter will
! have to pay in the present action $_1,160 C n
| the following facts:
President Kittleson, of the bank, wanted
| to make things look as nicely as possible for
i the comptroller of tho currency. I.efore
business was opened there was" $10,000 of
stock which had not been sold cr Issued
and knowing that tho comptroller would not
pass the bank unless all the stock was is
sued, he called on Mr. Smith to assist h'm
Ho issued tho $10,000 of stock to Smith, and
! took his promissory ncto for payment the
i stock being kept at tho bank." Then as
! there were dividends, he applied them to the
j payment cf the promissory notes, it was
I net a bona fide purchase on Smith's part.
The court also finds that as the directors
of the bank d'd not know of the plan, and
as the bink was not allowed to hold any of
I its stock, and because Smith was at "the
i meeting that passed on the notes, therefore
I he must pay the notes, and judgment is
rendered accordingly. There is also a ques
tion if he will not be held for his double
liability on the bank stock, and if so. the
little scheme, to help a friend, will cost him
more than $30,000.
Yermonters Will Banquet.
The annual meeting of the Vermont as
sociation of the state will draw a large com
pany this evening to the Nicollet house. Min
neapolis, where a banquet will be served and
an informal reception will follow. During
the banquet Miss Jennie V. Higley. of North
field, will entertain the guests with violin
selections. Hiram F. Stevens, of St. Paul,
will be master of ceremonies and preside at
the board.
George C. Brown, of Pleasant Ave
nue. Has Mysteriously
George G. Brown, a trusted em
ploye of Peter H. Van. Hoven, of the
Van. Hoven Meat company, 390, East
Third street, for several years, disap
peared from his home, 220 Pleasant
avenue, Friday afternoon, Feb. 4, and
has not been seen or heard of since.
Mr. Brown was chief bookkeeper for
the Van Hoven company, and no rea
son is assigned for bis 'sudden disap
Mrs. Brown, seen at iter home, 220
Pleasant avenue, last night, said that
she could not understand.- her husband's
sudden disappearance. He was, she
said, home the afternoon of Feb. 4,
feeling unwell. Getting J_p about 4 p.
m., he said he guessed ;he would go
down to the office and ftost his books.
He kissed her and their ?even-year-old
boy good-bye, as usual,.' and left the
house, and nothing has been seen or
heard of him since. His. wife inquired
at the office as to the state of his books
and was informed that they were all
right outside of the fact that they had
not been posted for three weeks pre
vious to his departure.
An effort was made to find President
and General Manager Van Hoven at
his home, 289 Cliff street, last night,
but he was not at home.
Mrs. Brown said that her husband
had disappeared on several other occa
sions for a week.
By the death of a grandmother Mr.
Brown was left a legacy of $1,000 or
over. He received $500 of this during
the past year, and when he left had a
note for another $500, which she said ;
he might have obtained.
First liiipiM'H Chosen Pit .mi- In in
Great Demand.
Rev. G. H. Stillwell. of Minneapolis, is
atiil considering the call of the First Baptist
church, of St. Paul. Mr. Stillwell advised
the pulpit committee yesterday that he had
received the call which was forwarded him j
last week, and would give it his careful con- |
Since the First church called Calvary's !
pastor, he has received two other calls, which j
he is also considering. A very flattering
call came from the Eleventh Haptist church,
of Philadelphia, and another from the Bap
tist church, of Germantown, which is a
suburb of Philadelphia.
There is a feeling of uncertainty among
the members of the First Baptist church I
as to whether Dr. Stillwell will accept their
call. 'When it was flrst forwarded him there
seemed to be little doubt as to his accept
ance, but since other churc'.ies are endeav
oring to secure his services there seems to be
some doubt on the matter.
It is quite probable that advices will be re
ceived from Dr. Stillwell before next Sun
Jai-ol) Becker Chnrgjed With a Dar
in;; DavliK'ht iliirßliiry.
A daring attempt to burglarize the home j
of N. O. Nelson. .... Beaumont street, yes
terday morning at 11 o'clock resulted in the j
arrest of Jacob Becker, whom the police as
sert is a crook of ability in the house-break
ing line, recently released from the Still
water penitentiary.
It Is alleged that Becker, thinking the Nel
son family away from home, forced open a '
rear door of the house and made his way to !
the dining room, where he was surprised by I
the appearance of Mr. Nelson. Nelson had i
been asleep in tre upper part of the house, j
and. being arous.d by unusual noises below, !
began an investigation, which brought him
face to face with the intruder.
When LSecker saw that he was discovered, '
it is alleged, he bolted through the back j
door and ran down the Street. Mr. Nelson
followed him and succeeded in capturing
Becker within a short distance. The pursued
was turned over to Officer Arnold and locked
up at the Margaret street station.
In the afternoon Becker was arraigned In
the municipal court on the charge of burglary ;
and held without bail until Thursday.
•I. 11. RiiMsell. SiiMpcctcd of Por«cr>,
Is Held in Jail.
The .somewhat mysterious young man ar
rested under the name of I. H. Russell, on
the charge of attempting to pass a forged
check upon a Dayton's bluff grocer. Satnr- j
day a_t?inocn, was arraigned before Judge J
Towhy yesteiday.
The prisoner continues to maintain a l
strict silence as to his antecedents, abso
| lutfly refusing to give the authorities any
[ information concerning himself.
When formally charged with forgery by
! Clerk Conroy at the bar of justice. Russell
j showed a familiarity with court procdure.
by promptly waiving examination and was
! h<ld to the grand jury in $1,000 bail. He was I
! unable to furnish security and was commit
ted to the county jail.
Old Mexico.
Gates' fifth annual tour leaves by sp.o : _i !
I Cain via Chicago Great ►Wee f.rn F» l>. is. s c
.YiH.le I_raf Agent. Fifth aifd Robert, fer
rates nnd itinerary '■'■ ■ »9
Sues for iv Lot of Bicycle*.
The Van Camp Hardware _nd Iron com
pany has sued Howard A. Strait and 11.
Burton Strait to recover .the sum of $4C9 ."> !
I alleged to he due for bicycles sold and de
| livered to the defendants. '
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[Joseph G>:k. Mathilda Kubiak
[Thomas W. liavork.. Jenni. Skarda
John T. Conley Graca 11. ihvitr
; Lcui. 11. Wiinke Ami • Ni«' ev
Adolph K. Micl aud A Ice M. Va "c'_
James Murphy .Mary M.Neely
James G. Wilson Margaret Tier: ey
D_\id Cameron Thee. a Dannal.tr
I Mr. and Mrs. Philip , Gotliep Boy
Mr. and Mr-. Wiliiam Bibb ns Girl
Mr. and Mrs. W ill lam H. Newbury Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Fmil Armstrc ng B<v
; Mr. and Mr_. Daniel Foley Toy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hoii.a Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Pa rick Ford Boy
: Mr. and Mrs. August Berglund Grl
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sandq-.1.t By
i Mr. and Mrs. PeUr Wengler Grl
j Mr. and .Mrs. T. Walsh B.y
j Mr. and Mrs. F. Arthur Adams Girl
! Mr. and Mrs. Killian Schuster Girl
: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gausewitz Boy
; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eckhamel Girl
i Mr. and .Mrs. John Siik Grl
Mr. ami Mrs. Stan I lau-j Muraski Girl
| Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Schuttz Grl
; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Murphy Boy
. Mr. and Mr.--. Camt bell Ber.ie twin Bo.s
j Mr. and Mrs. M. Farrell Girl
• Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert Brun.llc Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Antcn Kl?iter Boy
j Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph KlePcr Girl
: Robert 11. Dodd. 533 West Seventh 5 mo
j Anton Steingiub-r, . itv hos.it.l 74 y s
; Andrew Lauer. Mcßoal street 5) yrs
! Franl^ Turner, St. J_.er_hJs hospital 31 \r3
; Margaret McCarron, WcCarroa's 1ake.. 15 jrs
j Iner Jorgensen, SSI Msr>_a... r 1 jr
j I.epry Stanzreno. city Tiospital _ mos
, Frank Bidon. 27 Valley ftreet_ 62 >rs
i Francis K.rs-i.k, 37. Ca&ito! are 12 y s
; Fs'er Rosal c Roepert J.sepl lhe road. s ! mos
Baby John. 433 Martin .'. 3 wks
P.aby Winifred. 493 Marrfu 2 mos
Alice MeKierran, 214 Indiana ''ave 21 vrs
Mother Bern.rd. House 'ot G od Shen
herd .': 64 yrs
Dan Sullivan, ci.y hospital. .- y 48 yis
FOR FUNERALS— rlearsps. $4; carriages. $2.
at Schrocder's Lwcry, 20 Wv^st Fourth st..
and at Morehead & ftorrigan's, 370 East
Ninth and 4SS Staby ajj r x
al a
-5F— — 1
Itching Scalp, Falling Hair. Oily Skin and
Scalp Diseases treated and permanently cured
by physicians with practical experience at the
JOHN H. WOODBCRY Institute. 127 West 42J
st. X. Y. Send 2fl cents for sample of Wood
bury's Toilet Combination.
While the Foel Brothers Are Ar
rested for Assaulting: Him.
When Stephen Rhodes told Assistant At
torney -tollman of on alleged assault made
upon him Saturday night by Paul and Dan
iel Foel, brothers living at 473 East Sixth
street, the charge of disorderly conduct
against Rhodes was dismissed and the Pool
brothers ware arraigned ln the municipal
court on the charge of assault and battery.
Rhodes claims he visited the home of tho
accused ln response to a summons, when,
he says, he was set upon and pounded by
both men.
The prisoners demanded a jury trial and
were released on $25 bail each until Thurs
James Keller, Alias Thurlow, Who
Is Charged With Pocket Picking.
Notwithstanding that the police claim
James Kellar, alias, Thurlow, was captured
in the act of stealing a pocketbook frcm Mrs.
If. Sherod, at Bannon's dry goods store
Saturday afternoon, the accused faced Judge
Twohy In the municipal court yesterday with
a vigorous plea of not guilty to the charge
of pocket picking.
Young Thurlow was but recently dis
charged from the workhouse after "serving
a ninety day's sentence for larceny.
The accused desired time in which to se
cure counsel and Judge Twohy continued the
case until Thursday.
Continuance Necessitated ln the
Sibley Street Case.
Matthew Schlegel, arrested on suspicion of
being one of the assailants of Conrad Olson,
the young man severely pummeled at Sev
enth and Sibley streets. Sunday evening, was
arraigned ln the municipal court yesterday
on n u the chax S e of assault and battery.
lhe accused denies the charge against him.
The case was continued until today, when
it ls expected Olson will be able to appear
in court.
Tax Title Is Impugned.
Edward 11. Owlngs and Thomas T. Ow
lngs have brought an action against the Na
tional Investment company to quiet title to
certain land in the vicinity of College ave
nue and Eleventh street. The defendant
claims title to tho property in question
through certain tax certificates, which the
plaintiffs claim aro invalid.
His Mind I'nbulanced.
Michael Dwyer. living at 635 Western ave
nue, was taken to the county jail at an eatly
bc-ur this morning. apparently insane.
Dwyer eeerns to think that he has fought
and defeated Fitzsimmons and other notable
fighters and that he is iv training for an
other match now.
The charming extravaganza, "Miss Phila
de phia. scored another hit at the Metro
politan opera house last night, repeating the
success of the opening performance. Joe
Cawthorn has established himself more firm
ly than ever in the hearts of theater-goers
by his clever comedy work Pretty Elvia
Crox Seabrooke Is altogether charming Caw
thorn's concertina specialty. Lily Collins'
dancing and the bootblack quartette are fea
One of the big events of the musical sea
son may he set down as the appearnnce here
of Mine. Sofia Scbalchl. Signor If. and Slg
nora Pasuuali and their associate artists In
the operatic nnd concert performance they
will give at the Metropolitan opera house on
Thursday. Feb. 17.
"A Naval Cadet" and James J. Corbett
were again well received at the Grand last
nlgnt. Beginning; Thursday night and con- I
tiuuing the remainder^ the week. Mr Cor
bett will be seen in Adventurer " the
new comedy written especially for him by
Henry Guy Carlton.
Next week, commencing Sundiy. tho big
spectacular production. 'Under the Polar
Star." which has been crowding the theatrrs
North and West, wi'l come to tiie Grand The
play was written by Clay M. Greene and
that master of stagecraft. David Belasco.
The Greatest Cure for Rheumatism and
Blood Diseases.
Hot Springs. Aik.. ls the world's bpst San
itarium. The Minneapolis & St. Louts R. K.
is the short and direct route— makes lowest
rates, and gives bost service. Office, 390 Rob
ert street, St. Paul.
A merchant who keeps both eyes open has
In stock goods that are in demand. He fur
nishes you what you want, and not a substi
tute. Buy of him.
Scvcn'.h r nri -lobar. Sts.
Located in tlieceirer of the Retail li-strirt,
these Hn Idin'js offer the mos' desirah'e i/uor
trrsf.tr Retailers and m tmtfjcturers. Large
floor area i goad light; steam-heated} freight
and lpassenfer elevator serrire. I.oft spaces
trill be. Subdivided to suit ./•;. uits.
for terms, a :p' y to
J. J. WATSON, Agent.
Cermwnl . Life Kiilldlii".,
TO EXCHANGE}— New goods exchanged for
second-hand. Cardozo Furnitur. and Ex.
_ change Company. 232 East Seventh st.
i DR. BETTY SCHMITT-Ingrowing nails
cured: com3 extracted, 25 cents. Over
Bey— District Court. S.-cond Judicial District.
The St. Paul Trust Company, trustee, plain
tiff. v_. Chamber of Commerce- Building
Company, defendant— Order of Reference.
The above entitled action having duly come
on for hearing and determination by and
before said Court at a special term there
of, held this 29th day of January. A. D. 1.98
| and it appearing that the summous therein
I was duly and personally served upon the
! defendant therein, and that more thin twenty
days has elapsed siii'-e the service of said
. summons, and that no answer, demurrer or
other pleading has been made or served by
or received from ...id defendant; and it ap
. pearing that the taking of an account is
necessary for the information cf the Court
before judgment— now. upcm motion of Ste
vens. O'Brien, Cole & Albrecht. attorneys
for the plaintiff. H.irvev Officer appearing as
eouns.l for the plaintiff, and no person ap
pearing for the defendant in said action, It
is hereby
That said action he and the same is here
by referred to Charles O. Sharp, to hear, de
termine and report to this Court the number
and amount of the bonds described ln the
complaint which were issued and secured
by the trust deed therein described. and
the Barnes of the resnretive holders thereof,
so far as known, and the amounts held by
esch at the date of the commencement of
this action, and the amounts due upon each
j of said bonds respectively, and the names
and addresses of the persons to whom the
same are respectively due; also the amount
due the plaintiff for payments made by It
under the terms of said trust deed, if any;
al_o t'j? value of services of the plaintiff
as trustee, including its services in the
foreclosure of said trust deed; also tlie
reasonable value of the services of its at
torneys and solicitors in the foreclosure
thereof: and that said referee give noti.-e
of his said appointment and of the time
and place when and where he will hear and
• determine the matters submitted to him.
by serving a copy of this order and of a
notice fixing such time and place of hear
ing upon the defendant, at least twenty days
: before the day fixed for such" hearing, and
! that notice thereof be given to all other
j persons interested by publishing a copy of
j this crder and of said notice of hearing once
] in each week for three successive weeks In
i the "St. Paul Daily Glob c." a news-
I paper printed and published In said County
of R.msey. the last of which publication
shall be at least ten days before the time
of such hearing. HASCAL R. BRILL.
District Judge.
Dated St. Paul, Minn.. Jan. 29th. 1893.
Pursuant to the terms of the above
order, notice is hereby given that on Sat
urday, the 2Gth day of February. A. D. IS9B.
at 2 o'clock p. m.. at my offlce. Room No. 203,
Bank of Minnesota Building, St. Paul. Min
nesota, I will hear all parties interested ln
the above entitled matter, and from the
evidence then submitted, will determine the
facts in said order referred to me and re
port thereon to the Court.
Dated, January 29th, 1838.
I_eave your Want Ads at any one of the following
Bro^dw,^. 06041 " °- R - MareUuS Arlingt.n Hills.
Broadway, 442 M. D. Merrill Lower Town
Concord and State Concord Prescription Store....\ W™ side
A£a_ d -_=::::::::: :c i: £ _._.=::::::::::;::;••• 1
East Third, 679.. <. Pv er u>«ithv Ar.ington mi, a.
and Sou-h' Rob__r.:.^ W. ." Sid!^
Fairfield and Wabasha George Marti ZZZZ.ZZZZ^S Side
Qrand and St. Albans Emll Bull c-V 1Z „,„
Grotto and Rondo Straight BroZZZZI St An _on . '
Iglehart and Rice Ray Campbell ZZ'.vJer Town
Isabel and South Wabasha A. T. Hall 4" 5iT
James and West Seventh J. J. xMullen
?r^ , sr„ ot _„.'.:::i:'.:i±t° w »i_ s ; h, ' „,,ch ' r 22_£*™
p,,o ; „. »__«_, c. a M r oqii:ii;r.'.';.:::;;::Srp.r'
P'j?o^:iiiiiiiiiii..:_„iU^^777;;7 : ?S.^;;c
pr n .^r"_::::i:^^
St. Peter and Tenth ...... C. T. Heller U__er To-n
Selby and Victoria Brackett's.. « T„Z„ in..
Selby and Western W. A. Frost &Co It ISSon' \ 7
Seven Corners. Moore 810ck... 5. H. Reeves Unnt ToJ.
Seventh and Sibley William K. Collier ZZZhowlr Town
Sibley and Seventh William K. Collier i„I Z
South Robert and Fairfield The Eclipse.. w7" *%"*•
South Wabasha and Isabel A. T. Hall "***W«__ « _*'
State and Concord Concord Prescription "store;"" West SM__
Tenth and St. Peter C. T. Heller it 2. *
Twelfth and Robert W. E. Lowe T . PPer I° Wn '
University and Prior C. A. Monchiw. UnC ST"
Victoria and Selby Brackett's J DI . M A Plrlt '
Wabasha and Fairfield George Marti j:.,"^'' H,a
Western and Selby W. A. Frost &Co "' <st IZI .
West Seventh and James J. J. Mullen. Anthony Hill.
West Seventh, 499 A. & G. A. Schumacher.
Mlnneapolls-65 South Fourth street (between Nicollet and First ay. south.
ONE CENT PER WORD for each Insertion-same rate charged at
the Globe office, Fourth and Minnesota
No advertisement less than 20 cents
Two cents per word for Personal. Clairvoyants. Palmists. Mas«age
and Medical Ads. each Insertion. flias^ge
$850,000; largest, strongest, best Minnesota
life company, wants capabla agents; gives
producers every assistance. Address Doug
las Putn_r_. Secretary. St. Paul.
SALESMEN— Wanted, good salesmen to han
dle best work on Klondike; It tells you all
you want to know; send 25c for outfit and
begin work at once. Creore & Nickerson
Home Furnishing company, 116 So, Fourth
St.. Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED— Men and women to work at
Home— l pay $8 to $16 per week for mak
ing crayon portraits; new patent method;
any one who can read or write can do the
work, at home, ln spare time, day or even
ing; send .for particulars and work at once.
Address 11. A. Gripp, German Artl.t, Ty
rone. Pa.
WANTED— By wholesale grocery house,
ea let-men In evry county, to s II teas, cjffees
and gr. c.r.es t. farmers at wholesale prices;
permanent; very profitable employmeut.
John Sexton & Co.. 20 State st., Chicago.
WANTED AT ONCE-Educated Christian
men. permanent salrled positions for relia
ble men. no boys. Call Tuesday and
Wednesday. 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m..
Court Block, Room 13.
WANTED— A good German or Scandinavian
boy who desires to learn the drug busi
ness. Call on S. 11. Reeves, Seven corners
at 10 a. m.
$30 A WEEK and expenses paid; men to~ sell
cigars on time; experience unnece-sary. VV
__ L. Kline Co . St. Louis.
HOUSEWORK— Wanted, good girl for gen
eral housework at once. 293 Selby ay.
HOUSEWORK -Girl wanted"" for general
_ housework. 521 Bradley st.
LADY CANVASSERS- To Introduce newly
discovered patent medicine. A boon to
womanhood. Address with references to F
15, Globe.
Employment Register.
Offlce, 141 East Ninth st Tele D hone. 183.
WE HAVE the following worthy persons
needing employment:
BOY— A good, smnrt boy of 15. wants work
of any kind, can do driving, etc.
young woman, the support of an Invalid
mother. Is anxious to secure a position.
PENMAN— An expert penman to address en
velopes or Invitations.
WASHERWOMEN, ETC. -We can furnish
reliable women to do washing, houseclean-
Ing, or caring for the sick.
WOODSAWYERS and men to remove ashes,
etc.. and do odd lobs.
way Consolidated h r.-c auction. Grand oP"n
ing sale Wednesday. March 22. 18P8. at 10 a.
m. sharp, and every Wednesday thereafter;
2,0.0 head, consisting of farm mares, draft
ers, general purpose horses and tine drivers.
This will be the lurgest horse auction ever
held ln the Northwest. Private sales daily.
Midway Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul. Minn.
Take Interurban car from either city.
Barrett & Zimmerman, I). W. Ringer & Co.,
11. A. Wlnslow. Brown & Dickey.
HORSES! HORSE!— 3CO head or horses,
farm n'ares and drafters, at Barrett &
Zimmerman's stables. Midway, Minnesota
Transfer, St. Paul. Minn.; private sales
dally; part time given If desired; take Inter-
urban car from either city.
WE ARE ALWAYS ready to buy and pay
cash for horses, mules, wagons, buggies,
harness and all kinds of personal property.
In large and small eiuantlties, at Barrett
& Zimmerman's Stables, Midway, Minne
sota Transfer. St. Paul. Minn.
FOR SALE — A one-chair barber shop; doing
good business. Address P. J. Schuelder, 213
Tlurn st. Red Wing. Minn.
DAIRY FOR SALE— Thirty cows, six horses;
sixty-gallon route, all on hill. 4 F, Globe.
$150 INVESTED enables you to Join enter
prise now yielding 150 per cent monthly;
no stock of Klondike scheme; safe, practical
success. Jtevtd Sloane, 110 St. Paul St.,
Baltimore, Md.
WANTED — Artisans' wives and daughters to
compete for prizes in preparing the best
and cheapest dinner from St. Paul foods
during the St. Paul Food Exhibition to bo
held frcm March t to the 12th. Particulars
of the secretary Northwestern Manufactur
ers' Union, Market house.
PACKAGE LOST— Between Sixth Bt. bridge
and Cedar St.. on Saturday after
noon, a package containing purple silk and
white chiffon. Return to Caslers' Pleating
Factory, on St. Peter, near Fourth st.
SCARF PIN LOST-SmalT scarf lover 7 ,
knot. Please return to Metropolitan hotel
and get reward.
Of .limit- nnd Art,
26 East Exchange St., St. Paul.
Piano, violin, guitar, mandolin and vocal
music taught Lessons given in drawing and
palming. Call or send for prospectus.
LADIES! Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills
_pi_mo_d Bruit. , are the Best. *~f*. K-lUbl..
Tiks no otair. H.nd *c, uauipa, f.;r particular*, " luilet
lot Late •■ i . lkttxb by Return Ms-I. -I Urun-iU*
Chichester Chemical Co.. Fhilau... , p_.
ANNA MACK, from Chicago; baths of all
kinds; select massage. 186 East Seventh s".
vapor and magnetic. 138 Sixth st., near
WANTED— An acre of land between St. Paul
and Merriam Park for factory purposes;
state terms and conditions. Address F 17.
NoPthTvctern Automatic S,„„ ke
I reveuter Company
£«i«WSILS__TL > . to s S__
S_^____S_7 VS: £*<!__
____sr_S. 7" ™" "sw-fls
*_2gJ C , ! S« 'reventor Company"
whi.vh ?, - rht "Meets and purposes for
of smoko preventing and .„_, Sving'oeyica
and such other tools, machlnerf im__e
inents, or other device, or articlS" m _____
form the component pan, „f or te hJ_u
dental to the manufacture of L- devices
above mentioned. ue\ ices
Article 3. The principal place f„ r the
transaoton „f the buainesa of this crpor-t
--',in.,in. ' a ..f '" th '' rily " f St P *"». S the
County of :_inq and state of Minnesota.
or ti ! _ ' t,m _ of th " commencement
of this coloration shall be the twen.y-.hn_
day of February 1898. and the peri d of Its
continuance fchall be thirty years
Article 5. The amount of the ia.;.ital st ck
or this corporation shall be fifty thousand
dollars ($5. .000). to to di.lded into one thu
sand (1.000) shar. s. of the par value of Of y
dollars (|6O) each, to te raid In at such
times and in such amount., as the board ot
directors may determine.
Article G. The highest am.unt of Indebted
ness or liability to which this corporation
shall at any time be subject ..| ui ll t)e lha
sum ot ten thousand dollars. (Jlo.000).
Article 7. The names and plu.-.-. of resi
dence of the persona Forming this as.;ocia.
tion for Incorporation are as follows
r..,^.. St - I>aul - Minneaota.
„___ St. Paul, Minnesota.
.... 0 _. -St. Paul. Minnesota.
Artlc.e 8. The government of th.s c rpora.
tion. and the management of its afTairs si all
be vested in. and under the control of a
board of three directors, who shall be stock,
holders, and who shall be . bosen annual!.
by the stockholders, at such time and pla. .
as shall be provided by the by-laws of thli
corporation; and. subject to the control 0 I
the board of directors, the active manage
ment of the affair., cf thi. corporation sha'l
be vested in the following nam* d officers:
A president, a vice president, a secretary;
a treasurer, and a general manager, who
sha.l be elected annually by tha
board of directors, and whose duties
and qualifications for office shall ba
such as the by-laws may prescribe
except that the ofllces of prf sidi m and tr« as
urer, and the office of vice president and
general manager, may te held by one and
the same person.
Article 9. The names of those persons
who .hall constitute the first board of di
rectors or this corporation are, I), m. p 0 h
blns, Ralph W. Cavenaugh and Ge -ga
Grlgg., and the names of tho flrst set o: ..
fleers for this corporation whose successors
shall te elected by the board of director, as
\ hereinbefore provided, are as follows: Pres
ident and treasurer, f). M. Bobbins vice
president and general manager. Ralph W.
Catenaugh. and secretary, (Jorge Griggs.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set
our hands and affixed our seals this tw. If.h
day of February, 1898.
D. ftf. BOBBINS.
In the presence of
.'rank H. Griggs.
C. W. Collins.
Ramsey— as.
j On this twelfth day of February, 1808. b•
--: fore me, a notary public in and for said
county, personally appeared I). M. Rob
bins, Kahili w. Cavenaugh, an 1 G< org<
Griggs, to me well known to be the per
! sons named in and who executed the for
; g'.ing Instrument, and each acknowledged
: the execution thereof to be his free u>-< and
Notarial Seal. Notary Public,
Ramsey County Minnesota
of State.
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record in this office on
the 14th day of February. A. 1... 1898. at 12
o'clock m.. and was duly recorded In Booh
T 2, of Incorporations on page
Secretary of state.
Ramsey— as. Office of the Register ot
This is to certify that the within ins'ru
: ment was filed for record in this offl. c at Ft
I Paul, on the 14th day cf February, A. D.
IS9B, at 10 o'clock a. m., and that the _ai:t<_
was duly recorded in Book II of Incorpora
tions, pages 5_.-588.
Register of D els.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Rama<_r
District Court, for Second Judicial Dis
Gustave T. Schurmeler, Plaintiff, vs Tho
Northwestern Kennel flub, of St Paul
Minn., and others. Stockholders thereof'
it is her«*y ordered. That the creditors o.
the said defendant. Northwestern Kennel
Club, of St. Paul, Minn, la corporation cre
ated, organized and existing under the j_wa
of the State of Minnesota), are hereby re
quired to exhibit th'.r claims aeatn.-t the
said Northwestern Kennel Club, of St. Paul
Minn., and become parties to the above en
titled action, by filing their claims with th.
Clerk of this Court on or prior to the 28 b
day o. August, 1_98.' and in default thereof
and upon the failure to die their .aid claimi
and become parties to said action within tho
time aforesaid, said creditors will forevi r be
precluded from all benefit of the judgment
I which shall be rendered In this action and
any distribution which shall be made under
such judgment.
It ls further ordered, That this notice b«
forthwith published In the St. Paul Glob*
(a daily paper, printed and published |n .-aid
Ramsey County), for six successive weeks,
at least once in each week, the flr3t publica
tion to be not later than the 10th day of Feb
ruary, 1898.
Dated February 7th. 1898.
District Judge.
Morltz Helm,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
St. Paul. Minnesota.
MRS. DR. HAVES— Clairvoj ant. massagist
reveals past, future. (4 East Seventh.

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