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INEWS OR THE NORTHWEST.
rti3 Giobi's RStnneapG'iis Office
PARTY OF PIONEERS
■'Hl* OLD SETTLERS OF MINNEAP
OLIS ANU OF ST. AVIHOXi*
T IS AN ANNUAL CUSTOM
Bospttable Home of .lirdge and "lira.
John 11. -.iltillnri Opened to Those
Who Came to the City In Earlier
Days Train Load of Flour
The News of the Mill City lv
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—Following'
up a custom of extending hospitality to
the old settlers of St. Anthony und
Minneapolla and calling thorn to their
home once a year for a social reunion,
.'•ir. and Mrs. John B. Gllfillan gave a
•ption mis evening, entertaining the
. residents. From year to year a
register of the guests is letained,
which l>y comparison with previous
records indicates the number of those
who pass beyond the gradually dimin
ishing circle of early settlers, or other
wise fail to respond.
Judgo Gilrtllan stands among his
, guests one of the earliest residents in
Minneapolis, to which Mrs. Gilfillan
came a few years later.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilfillan, with their
daughter and sons, received the guests.
The evening passed pleasantly with
» SIX NKW PLANTS.
Ait Effort to DeYelope Maiinfuctur
i v Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—The beard of trade
has certain work under way by which tho
chances are decidedly favorable for the loca
tion of at least six new manufacturing estab
lishments in this city before the opening of
. Tho representative of one of the largest
woolen mills In Norway ls now in tho city,
and negotiations are already in progress for
the opening of a branch of its plant here.
There are four brothers connecttd with tlie
... Arm, and if ihe proposed deal is mads two of
them will locate in this city, thi- other two
remaining in charge of the business ln Nor
The new plant will be the means of bring
ing not less than $200,000 new capital to Mitt
Hotels Isin--, Oleo.
N MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—Tho state dairy
and food department has been making a
_ thorough inspection lately of the hotels and
restaurants in the large cities in tiio state,
ar.d has caused the seizure of oleomargarine
and butterlne found in numbers of alace".
Included In the places visited where the
state law ls being disregarded are two Min
neapolis hotels, and in three other instances
the proprietors of restaurants are the offend
Church lii no vi! <ion.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—The First Bantlst
it to lead . the way in a matter which has
(been agitating tlie church world during sev
eral years, it has decided to adopt the Indi
vidual communion cup. and is probably tiie
prat church in this part of the country te
accept the innovation In Its services.
It Amuses Mr. Wlnehell.
» MINNEAPOLIS, Deo. 2.—Horace V. Winch
. ell, the mining engineer, formerly of Mm,
, lr^jpolls, but in w exi*?rt geologist for the
■ Anaconda Copper Mining company, of Butte,
Mout., is in Minneapolis for a few days. He
ridicules the story that was heated out of
New York a few days ago, tint John D.
Rockefeller is trying to consolidate all the
copper mines lv the United fitaua.
Small Soo Wreck.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—There was a small
1' wreck on the Soo railroad today. The acci
dent occurred on the wooden bridge approach
ing the high bridge which spans the St. Croix
river. This approach was being repaired by
1 workmen, when a freight train, drawn by
two locomotives came down the track. Both
er-giues and seven cars plunged Into the
river No one was injured.
ir:-.iii of Flour.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 2.—A train load of
Minneapolis flour left tonight for Brunswick,
Me. The shipment, amounting to 5,000 bar
. was made by the Consolidated Milling
eim-pany and was consigned to the C. B.
Tarney company, of Portland, Me. The flour
train was exteriorly, a mass of display ad
, v< rtisiug.
Dung ero ii* Dancing;.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 2.—Claud Whiting
woodruff, Elgin, Minn., a student ln the
medical college, is confined to his room ln
•Prospect Park. Woodruff was doing a Spanish
war dance, using a long, keen surgical knife
as a stiletto, for " the entertainment of a
group of students in the pathological i.ibora
tcry. He carelessly stuck the knife deeply
Into his thigh.
MINX 10APOLIS DKIIMTIES.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 2.-Rt. Rev. A. Chris
's, formerly pastor of St. Stephen's church
tins city, now bishop of Victoria, B C ar
rived from Vancouver tonight, and ls 'stay
ing at St. Stephen's parish house.
Ihe Elks had an interesting session to
.hftaT 8! 0* nic features the presenta
tion to Tyler George R. Seaton of a hana
.B.ODM medal, conferring upon him an hon-
I irary life membership in the lodge.
•Mr. and Mrs. I. c. Seeley gave a hand
ofce -? n ce r>Pt- 0n thl* evening ft their resi
dence, in Grant street, for Mr. and Mrs. John
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Wesley Pray, nee Seeley, whose marriage
took place last month.
Rev. George D. Black will remain ln chaise
of tlic Park Avenue Co-ngregatlonal church,
aa his resignation was not accepted last night
by the congregation.
Tho committee on water works, which left
Saturday to visit the plant of tho Hotly
Pump company, New York, upon the invita
tion of that firm, returned home thU morn
The tenth annual meeting of the North
western Hardwood Lumberman's association
will be held in Minneapolis Tuesday after
noon and evening of next week.
Sergeant Heflferin, Company A, Fifteenth
regiment, is spending a thirty days* furlough
with relatives in this city. He has been con
fined for several months In the hospital at
The report of Fire Marshal Pierce, for No
vember, shows 41 box alarms, 23 stills, one
special call or a total of tJS; total loss, $34,
STANDS OFF SHERIFF
HEMIY BVHKER HAS A GUN AND
SAYS UK WILL SHOOT
Friends to Be Given a Chance to
Disarm the Muniuc Refore An At
tempt In Made tt* Arrest Him
Hus Once Been in the Asylum.
STILL,WATEtR, Minn., Dec. 2.—(Spe
cie !.*>—Sheriff Smith is having an in
teresting time with Henry Barker, o£
South Stillwater, who was once con
fined In the Rochester asylum and is
again insane. The proper papers were
made out a day or two ago, and Mr.
Smith went to South Stillwater after
his man, who had threatened the sher
iff with dire vengeance if he dared to
come after him. The insane man's
brother was sent to the house where
Barker had barricaded himself, and
Barker informed him that, if the sher
iff wanted him, he could come after
him, and that he had a couple of guns
with which to stand him off. It seems
that Barker blames the sheriff for
having been sent to the asylum the
first time, and it is feared would carry
out his insane threats if he had an op
portunity. Barker will be allowed to
remain where he is a day or two, and
friends will make an effort to disarm
him, so that the sheriff can go there
with a reasonable degree of safety.
George Lammers has returned from
a trip to Lammers Bros.' logging
camps at Eau Claire lakes, Wis., where
good work ls being done. Mr. Lam
mers says they have plenty of snow,
but that sand has worked into the
roads owing to the absence of frost,
ard that ice roads will have to be
made. They began hauling yesterday
and expect to have their roads in good
condition early next week.
At the Elks' memorial exercises, to be
held at their hall next Sunday after
noon, judge J. J. .McCafferty, of St.
Paul, will deliver the memorial ad
dress, and an eulogy will be delivered by
H. H. Gillen, of this city.
The taking of testimony in the case
of Boyle & O'Brien vs. Musser, Saun
try & Co. was concluded in the district
court today, and will go to the jury
THRBH OF THE TWELVE SAID TO
BE IN FAVOR OF A«U.
UNDER A NERVOUS STRAIN
At Midnight the Alleged Bandit
Wan Awake In His Cell Waiting
"Word Frolni Ilia Judg-cs Rebut
tal Evidence by the State Aimed
i Against the PrUouer's Alibi Xo
Sign of an Agreement,
FERGUS FALLS, Minn., Dec. 2.—
(Special.)—The case of Link Thayer, on
trial for the Great Northern train rob
bery at Carlisle, went to the jury about
5 o'clock this afternoon, after elo
quent pleas for the prosecution by
County Attorney Daly, who, by the
way, is state senator-elect in this dis
trict, and by C. C. Houpt for the de
fense. At midnight tonight the jury
had not come in, and the lively argu
ments which could be heard in the jury
room early in the evening had ceased.
It is reported that the flrst ballot stood
seven to five ln favor of conviction,
and that three still remain firm in the
belief that Thayer is not guilty. A
disagreement or acquittal in this case
will make it difficult for the state to
convict any of the suspected men who
are still awaiting trial. Thayer was
awake in his cell in the county jail at
midnight, and evidently was under
gieat nervous strain. A conviction will
mean ten or fifteen years* imprison
ment at least.
When court convened this morning
the staite offered its evidence in rebut
tal, the effort being to break down the
alibi set up yesterday by the defense.
O. F. Larson, a farmer living near the
scene cf the hcld-up, testified that Mi-
not was around his place the afternoon
of the hold-up.
Joe Smith testified that he met Link
Thayer and Minot looking over the
country, going toward Carlisle, at 5
o'clock, the afternoon of the hold-up.
He secured a good view of their faces,
and identified the men positively. Mis.
Jensen, his sister, was with him when
he met the men and confirmed his testi
mony, identifying Thayer positively.
In rebuttal by the defense Allen
Fletcher, a C.itheral liveryman, testi
fied that Thayer waa at his place on
Nov. 5, the time the other parties had
testified he was first at Carlisle city.
Engineer Burbank testified that it was
twenty-six miles from the Carlisle mile
post to Breckenrldge by road.
This completed the evidence and
County Attorney Duly summed up for
the prosecution. He declared the only
reliable testimony introduced by the
defense was that of Anderson, the sec
tion man, and he did not identify the
men. On the other hand the prosecu
tion had introduced the only evidence
that was absolutely unimpeachable,
that of honest farmers living in the
vicinity, and the identification by Mc-
Elrath when the mask slipped from
Will.*- Admitted to Probate Small
Blaze Snmuel Wuldmnn Dead.
ST. CLOUD, Minn., Dec. 2.—(Special.)—Tho
wills of Theodore Paumen, of Maine Prairie,
.and William Nlehoff, of the town of Grove'
were admitted to probate today. The Paumen
estate consists of 80 acres of land and $500
worth of personal property. The Nlehoff
estate, consisting of $3,000 in real estate
and $1,000 in personal property, goes to Mrs
La&t night a printer going home from work
discovered a small blaze in the Grinals corn.
pany's repair shop, and turned in an alarm.
By prompt work on the part of the flre de
partment the flre was extinguished with but
Rev. N. Waldman, of this city, has received
news of tho death of his eon, Samuel, of
heart failure, at Marhasville. Mo.
Frank Warczecha, who stabbed a man at.
Opole last Sunday evening, was arrested
and bound over to await the action of the
grand jury, which meets Monday next. The
man's name who was injured ls John Ben
kofsky, and he is reported as being in a
serious condition. Warczecha was admitted
to bail in the sum of $200.
Frank J. Heywood, who ever since the in
stitution of the reformatory has been con
nected with it in a capacity of responsibility,
has beon dismissed by the superintendent.
But Mr. Heywood refuses to take the su
perintendent's word for It, and will appeal to
the board for a restitution of what he claims
are his rights.
Mrs. Jane H. Nare, whose serious illness
has been noted, died at 3 o'clock this morn
ing at her home, 209 Fifth avenue south, af
ter an illness covering a period of nearly six
months. Mrs. Nare has been a respected
resident of St. Cloud for nearly thirty years.
TWO IN ONE.
Farmers" li.silte.ie and Dairymen's
A.s*?ociation at Sioux Fulls.
SIOUX FALLS, 3. D., Dec. 2.—The Farm
ers' institue and the South Dakota Dairy as
sociation will meet in Sioux Falls next week,
and as this double event is pregnant, with
much material interest to Sioux Falls and the
state at large the citizens of this city will
see to it that nothing is allowed to go by de
fault calculated to add to the importance and
good results of the sessions. These coming
conventions, which will be sandwiched ln on
the same dates, are among the first steps to
wards renewed activity. In the up-grade move
ment of Sioux Falls and the entire Big Sioux
valley, therefore it behooves our people to as
sist the delegates in rendering the gathering
a complete success.
NYE STEPS OUT.
Mr. Hnnsbrotugh Left in Charge of
the Paper ln Dispute.
DEVIL'S LAKE, N. D., Dec. 2.—The Hans
brough-Nye case, which has been causing so
much excitement tha past few weeks, was
settled today. Nye receives $1,800 from Hans
brough in consideration of which the former
releases all claims against the Inter-Ocean
and retires from the D«ner.
Nye's original claim amounted to $2,800.
The case came up at Cando the first of the
week on an order to show cause why a re
ceiver should not be appointed for the Inter-
Ocean property. Judge Morgan at that time
took the case under advisement and had not
decided it at the time of the settlement.
Hansbrough leaves for Washington today to
assume his duties in the senate, and was ex
ceedingly anxious to have the matter closed
before his departure, hence the settlement.
Will Teach the Farmers.
LYND, Minn., Deo. 2.—The winter circuit
of the Farmers' Institute is almost entirely
arranged for. The dates for the institute ses
sions prior to the holidays are definitely
fixed, and there are Just a few matters of
detail to be attended to ln arranging dates
for the three months' work after the New
It is planned to hold about forty meetings
ln all during the winter. Most of these are
to be held in the southeastern part of the
state, but a few of them are along the St.
Paul & Duluth railroad, and on the St. Louis
road west of Minneapolis. It ls the custom
of the board of administration to have the
institute force visit the different parts of ths
state in regular order, taking one section
Supt. Gregg has succeeded in getting to
gether what he considers will prove to be a
very satisfactory corps. All of the members
are specialists, and there are very few agri
cultural topics which are not properly repre
Fought Over a Debt.
ABERDEEN, S. D.. Dec. 2.—News was re
ceived today of a bloody flght which oc
curred at Verdon yesterday between C. R.
Dolan, the grain buyer there, and "Jack"
Allen, a farmer living about a mile and a
half from town. The cause of the trouble
between the men was a debt owed Do.an by
Allen. They met and some words were had,
when Dolan drpw a revolver. Allen took It
away from him and used lt as a club,
pounding Dolan over the head and face with
it and battering him up in a serious man
ner. Later Do'an secured his revolver again
and went in search of Allen, and, on meet
ing him on the street, flred at him, one
ball taking effect in Allen's thigh and open
ing up the main artery iv the limb. Dolan
was placed under arrest, but could not be
brought to Aberdeen owing to his injuries.
Allen will recover. There was a quiet but
very pretty pink and white home wedding
last evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris H. Kelly, at which their daugh
ter, Miss Ethelwyn Lois Kelly, was married
to Alfred W. Voedisoh.
St. Paul Firm Attaches.
PINE CITY, Minn., Dec. 2.— Kel'.ogg, John
son & C0.,0f St. Paul, served a writ, of attach
ment recently ou the stock of clothing, shoes,
furnishing goods and jewelry formerly owned
by N. A. Crittenden, to restrain C. N. Car
son from further disposing of them. Mr.
Carson has been for the past six weeks se l
ing this stock at a big reduction, having pre
sumably purcbaeed it from Mr. Crittenden
at a considerable discount. Kellogg, Jthnsin
& Co.. however, who have a claim of $3,000
against Crittenden, suspect (hat Cars-.n his
only ostensibly purchased the stock, and 13
really closing it out for Crittenden. An in
voice of goods now on hand has been taken,
und SherifT Hawley will remain in possession
for a few days.
Divorced Couple Remarried.
DULUTH, Minn.. Dec. 2.—Fred Hunt]ess,
of Chiojgo, and Mrs. Natalie Huntress, of
Duluth, were joined ln marriage by Rev.
Harry White, of the Unitarian church. Mr.
and Mrs. Huntress left on the Eastern Min
nesota train for Chicago, where they will
make their heme. This couple, who are
prominently connected here, were divorced
about three months ago, Mra. Huntress pro
curing a divorce on the ground of cruelty
No Use for Philippines.
FARGO. N. D., Dec. 2—(Special.)—Capt.
Keye, of Company B, North Dakota volun
teers, is at home on a ieive of absence,
awaiting the action of the war department on
his resignation, which he tendered on ac
count of age and ill health. He says th.t
he does not understand what use the United
States can make of the Philippines.
A large number of dlv,ne cases will coma
up for trial next week before Judge Pollock
among which will be the cases of some pron>
lnent Eastern people.
Farmer Serous]*,- Hurt.
LITTLE FALLS, Minn.. Dec. 2.—(Special )
—Anton W-anipa, a farmer of Swan River,
Morrison county, while trying to catch his
runaway team, wis thrown down and run
over. The upper jawbone was so badly
crushed that it had to be removed. His back
was also hurt, and he received bruises ou
the eyes and body. He was taken to St
Gabriels hospital. Owing to his age flfty
flvc yaars, he may not recover.
Must Have Been Amateurs.
MARSHALL. Minn.. Dec. 2— Burglars en
tered the Northwestern depot iast night -nd
attempted to crack the railroad and American
Lxpreas safes. The outer plite of the rail
THE ST. PAUt, GLOBE SATURDAY DECEMBER 3, 1533.
road safe was drilled through and the work
then abandoned. On'.y a slight attempt was
made on the express safe. All the express
packages were rifled, but little of value was
Forged a "Wheat Ticket.
ST. PETER, Minn., Dec. 2.—* A stranger at
tempted to swindle the firm of Eevenson
Bros, out of $59.40 yes'erds.y on a forged
wheat ticket. When the fellow presented
tho ticket for payment Mr. Evenson stepped
to the 'phone to call up his- brother at the
elevator, when the follow slipped out of the
store and made his escape.
Tourist Club Will Banquet.
ORTONVILLE, Minn., Der-. 2.—The Tourist
club is preparing for its annual banquet at
the Columbian on New Year's evening. The
club is engaged in the study of Holland and
the banquet wili have a flavor, both in the
costumes of the ladies and the character of
the entertainment, of the Netherlands. Plates
will be laid for about seventy persons.
Lin lit Terra oi* Court.
WADENA, Minn., Dec. 2.—Court will con
vene ln this city next Tuesday morning. Judge
Holland presiding. The calendar this year
is very short, and no important cases are
to be tried. It is thought that the civil cases
Vrill be disposed of in oue day, and oniy
three cases appear upon the criminal calen
Prospective Cadets Will Compete.
MORRIS, Minn., Dec. 2.—There will be a
competitive examination held in Morris, Stev
ens county, on Thursday and Friday, the 22d
and 23d of December, for tho purpose of se
lecting a cadet and alternate for the West
Point Military academy from the Seventh
congressional district of Minnesota.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.—Minnesota post
masters were appointed today as follows:
Butler, Otter Tail coumty, Edward W. Jones
vice Amasa B. Nichols, resigned; L.-ipralrle]
Itasca county, Moses Manston, vice Edwin
E. Johnson, resigned; Melby, Douglas oounty
Alfred Osterlund, vice Nels D. Anderson, re
Ready for the Jury.
HASTINGS, Minn.. Dec. 2.—(Special )—The
case of Gebhard Otto, for the murder of
Mathew Klein, of New Trier, goes to the
jury tomorrow morning. The final argu
ments were mar"o this afternoon. In the
early part of the day Otto was on the stand
in nig own defense.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.—Northwestern pen
sions granted today: Minnesota—Orisli.al-
Martin L. Torpey, Morris, $8; Thomas J.
Larkin, Minneapolis, $8; Willis W. Woodruff
Minneapolis. $fi. South Dakota—lncrease!
Daniel M. Dickenson, Richland, ?i0 to $23.
General Store Burned.
RED WING, Minn., Dec. 2.-(Special.)— The
geural store of O. P. Williams, at Hager,
Wis., was destroyed by fire, and is a totai
loss. The origin of the fire is unknown. The
postofflce was located in the same building
nut it la not known if the mail was'saved!
NORTHWEST MfiWS NOTES.
NORTIIFIELD, Minn., De-c. 2.-At the an-
Mn£"^i ng ot the E»w«h league the bl
owing officers were elected: President, Jay
Davison; first vice president, Miss Lina Whit
ing; second vice president, Miss Laura Fisch-
? r,:,i i! ivlce Pr^! id2nt, »"•■ Agn»s Kingston;
fourth vice president, Miss Ida Wliitson; sec
retary, Hubert Greaves; treasurer, Miss Josie
CROOKSTON, Minn.. Doc.~ 2.-The papers
were drawn here yestarday in election con
test between O. M. Skinvlk and W. F. Street
for tho county attorneyship of Beltrami coun
ty, and as both parties are well known ia
Crookston the case will be watched with inter
est by the people here.
WADENA, Minn., Dec. 2.—A second meet
ing of the vocalists ot" the city has been held
and a choral society organized. The following
officers were elected: President, J. H. Zim
merman; flrst vice president, Mrs. Edwin
Wiswe.i; sacond vioe president, Fred Nobes
secretary, Mrs. Georgd R. Kapler; treasurer'
F. F. Latta; musical director, Mrs. J. h!
Zimmerman,. A movement has been started
looking to the organization of the Wadena
social club. The ourpose of the club will
be to promote social Intercourse this win er.
DETROIT, Minn.. Dec. 2.-A movement is
on f,>ot in Becker couuty to connect the lead
ing towns of that county with telephone lines
A meeting will be held ivhi-rtly to discuss tha
plan and in all probability st->ps will be
taken to extend lines from Detroit to \udu
bon, Lake Park, Cuba, Atlanta, Walworth and
**wi >ID Q Gir r '*- 1 S- *°" Dec* 2.-S»me of the
Eastern South Dakota papers hava published
a statement that Judge William Gardner of
this city, Intended to contest the seat of Ed
mund Smith. Populist, in the state senate
In an interview given out Judge Gardner suid
that he had do intention of making a con
test, although there was but a majority of
twenty votes. -
DEVIL'S LAKE, N. D., Dec. 2.---Adjt. Gen.
Miller has made his report to Gov. Devine
concerning the alleged. Irregularities of Col.
H. M. Creel in the matter of disposing of
wood taken from the state military grounds
near this city. The adJuUnt general, aft«=r
a personal Investigation, finds that there
were no foundations whatever for the
charges and not only exculpates Col. Creel,
but compliments him highly on the manner
of his care of the state's property.
President Authorizes Chairman
Hanna to Define His Position.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.—ln the course
of a staitement of H. H. Hanna, chair
man of the executive committee of the
Indianapolis sound money convention,
made to the New York chamber of
commerce, the speaker related a portion
of a conversation with President Mc-
Kinley, held on Tuesday, as follows:
"The president told Hie day before
yesterday, when I asked him what I
could say to the people when I went
back to begin my work:
" 'You can say that, I stand thorough
ly for monetary legislation, and that I
am determined that every pledge the
Republican parly ever made along this
line shall be kept.' " -
Wisconsin's Official Vote.
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 2.— Official returns
of the late election, mad.? public today, show
that Edward Scofleld, Republican for gov
ernor, received 173,069 votes, and Hiram W.
Sawyer, Democrat, 134,332. making Scofield'a
Official Vote of Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG. Pa.. Dec. 2.-The official
returns of the late election we;e computed to
day at the state department. St-onc's plurality
over JenUs is 117.612. The official vofi ior
governor Is: William A. Stone (Rep.i, 4t>9.
--834; George A. Jenks (Dem.), 3*32,2:2, S^as C.
Swallow (Pro.), 131,537.
THROUGH CARS TO CALIFORNIA.
Quick Time Best Service.
Tourist car running through to Los
Angeles leaves Twin Cities every Thursday
via "The North-Western Line"—C. St P
M. & O. Ry.—the Pioneer through' car line
from the Twin Cities to California, making
the following fast time:
Leace Minneapolis 7:10 p. m. St. Paul 7:45
p. m. Thursday, arrive Ogden 1:40 a. m
Sunday, San Francisco 9:45 a. m. Monday
Los Angeles 7:30 a. m. Tuesday.
Each of these cars is accompanied through
frcm starting point to destination by one
of our own employes, thus insuring every
attention to ladies and children, or any other
For tickets at lowest rates and other in
formation call at 413 Nicollet avenue, Minne
apolis, and 395 Robert street, St. Paul or
address T. W. Teasdale. general passenger
agent, St. Paul.
Of Interettt of Minnesota.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 3.-On the reouest of
Congressman Eddy, G. A. Brown, surgeon
Fifteenth Minnesota, was discharged today.
He is home sick on furlpugrV
O. D. Kinny, Duluth, called at the treas
ury department today. He l$ going to Por o
Rico to look up openings for the banking
Representative MeCleary has engaged quar
ters in the Hotel Regent, And ls exoected
Messrs. Tawney and Morris" have taken an
office for the season in the Postal Telcgrath
Commissioner Hermann has not decided to
stop cutting dead and dowri timber as re
ported. He says it will''taken stronger rea
sons than anything yet <*ffered before there
will be a general suspension bt work.
Freedom for Fifteenth.
WASHINGTON, Dec. '-^-Assistant Adjutant
General Ward today made a Significant state
ment in reference to the Fifteenth Minne
scta. He said that it would hot be very long
before the entire regiment was mustered out
of service. This will be done as soon as regu
lars can be recruited to replace it. It is ex
pected that the bill to increase the regular
army to 100,000 men will be passed shortly
after congress meets, and the Fifteenth and
other regiments now in the South will be or
dered home without having a chance for
service in Cuba.
O r^. &* -a- <o» __7i. 3E -A. .
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Anybody Out ?■ Work
In St. Paul or Minneapolis
May Insert an Adver
tisement in THE GLOBE
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OTHER WANT ADS AT
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Itt ALE OR FE*IALE.
St. I»aiil Ads— ~
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■ ■ *0 words or less 20c
Board Wanted—2o words or less 10c.
Board Offered—SO Word* or less lOc.
For Kent, Rooms words or less 10c
Wanted, Rooms—2o words or less 10c
Agents and Agencies 20 words or less SOc
Auction Sales 20 words or less 20c
Business Chances 20 words or Ibsb 20e
Business Personals 20 words or I^B3 200
Chiropodists 20 words or ls6s 200
Clairvoyants 20 woivli or less 30c
Dyeing and Cleaning 20 words or less 200
Farm Lands 20 worda or lei» 2Cc
Financial 20 words or less 20c
For Rent, Houses 20 words cr less 2~-o
For Rent, Stores 20 words or less 200
For Rent, Flats 20 words or less 200
For Sale, Miscellaneous. .20 words or lees 200
For Sale—Real Estate 20 words or less 200
Horses and Carriages 20 worda or tea. 200
Hotels 20 word 3or less 200
Instruction 20 woids or les-- £0o
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Massage 20 words or less SOc
Medical 20 woids cr less SOo
Miscellaneous 20 words or less 20c
Notices 20 words or less 200
Personal 20 words or les3 SOc
Professional 20 words or l© a 20c
Storage 20 words or less 200
Wanted to Buy 20 worda or le?s 200
"Wanted to Exchange 20 words or less 20c
Anybody out of work in St. Paul or Min
neapolis may insert an advertisement under
this heading free of charge.
A FIRST-CLASS engineer and fireman, late
U. S. navy, wishes situation; discharge and
references. Address G 68, Globe.
A STUDENT, with icferenices, would like to
get a situation as dining ro:m waiter; woull
go out of ci-ty: accept small wages; prlvats
or boarding house^ Address L Hi, Globe.
A YOUNG married man would like position
of any kind; must have work. Address C.
Brooks, care of J. M. Cooley, 563 Broad
BOY 17 years old desdres work of any kind;
references. Address W 61, Globe.
BOOKKEEPING—Young man experienced in
bookkeeping would llk» opening in mercan
tile house; reference; moderate salary. A.
H. M., Globe.
BOOKKEEPER—Swift and accurate; ex
perienced in offlce work; best of references.
X 61. Globe.
COOK—Wants a situation ln a hotel or
restaurant; best of references. J 82, Globe.
CLERK—Wanted, a position ln some good,
re.lable grocery store, by an experienced
clerk, who can s^t several good customers
for his employer; am also a good bookkeep
er, and can give good references. E. D. S.
681 Olive st„ St. Paul.
EMPLOYMENT wanted by an American, in
or out of city; used to horses. J. P. H., 241
First ay. south, Minneapolis.
EMPLOYMENT—WantedTwork of any kind
by an honorably discharged soldier; refer
ences. Address O 71, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT—Wanted, position of any kind
for the winter, at moderate salary. Address
H 9. Globe.
INDUSTRIOUS young man wishes situation
firing furnaces or feeding press; first-class
job. where he can advance. Addresß F. O.
L., General Delivery.
LATE member of Fourteenth Mlnne.-ofa;
young married man very badly in need of
employment; am experienced grocery de
llveryman and will work for reasonable
wages. Address Becker. 630 Broadway.
OFFICE WORK wanted by boy; speaks~No7
wegian, Swede and English; references. T
STENOGRAPHER having a good knowledge
of books and office work generally desires
a position. Address J 57, Globe.
SITUATION wanted by young man; work of
any kind; understands care of horse 3. V
SITUATION doing any kind of work, by re
sponsible man; willing to leavs city. Ad
dress X 94, Globe.
SITUATION wanted by young man; work of
any kind. W 31, Globe.
w ANTED-Position ""driver! references.
1157 Burns ay.
WANTED by young man. work in a whole
sale house or express company. Address SS
West Fairfield ay.. West St. Paul.
WANTED, by young man twenty-one, work
of any kind. V 85, Globe.
WANTED, work in offlce, by an honorably
discharged soldier. J 58, Globe.
YOUNG man, nineteen years of age, would
like work of some kind; driving delivery
wagon preferred. Address W. H., 280 Uni
YOUNG man, eighteen years old, wou'.d like
position of some kind; running elevator pre
__ferred. Address W. F., 424 Sherburne ay.
YOUNG man wants to work for a small room
in central location. Address V 55, Globe.
YOUNG man, position as bookkeeper or cash
ier. J 61, Globe.
St. Panl and Minneapolis Ads, 'ZO
Word* or Less, lOc.
Out-of-Town Ads, 20 Words or
PRINTER—Wanted, a printer to set up jobs
and make ready press; steady job. The C
T. Raschick Co., 133 East Fifth tt.
SALESMAN—Warned, salesman; good salary
and expenses, on yearly contract; one who
can loan employer $500 for 60 days; best of
roal estate security. E S7, Globe.
SALESMAN — Wanted, first-class salesman
Jan. 1, for special line in Minnesota and
Dakota; must have road experience. Ad
dress^ 72. Globe.
SNAPS!—Bundled edgings, $2.50 cord; mixed
wood, $8.50; sound chunks, $3 load; best
hard coal, $6 ton. Northwestern Ice aid
Fuel Company, corner Eighth and Wacu a
and 832 Payne ay.
TEAMS wanted for lumber wood 3; good
wages. Call Room 617, New York Life
building. St.PauL ,
WALL PAPER CLEANED—SI per room. W.
M. Boog, 1595 Dayton ay.
Lost and Found.
20 Words or Less, SOc.
LOCKET LOST—Near Robert and Sixth sts.,
square gold Iceket, live diamonds and in
itials F. M. P. Finder please return 342
SOLE PROPRIETOR of the great French Ey*
Water; best remedy known for weak or in
flamed eyes, granular or scaly eyei'.ds, etc.;
25e per bottle; if your druggest don't keep
lt, send direct to F. A. Upham, 111 E. 7th
st:, St. Paul. Sent by mail postpaid for 25c.
Stores for Rent.
20 Words or Less, SOc.
STORE—Large; fine location for millinery or
dressmaking; German or Bohemian; two
months fiee. 423* i West Seventh St., up
20 Words or Less, SOc.
WOKIvINUMEN'S HOME—AiI new, remod- j
eled, furnished; large reading and sitting
room; a good, cheap home for the winter.
Office, 127 East Eighth st., corner Eighth
HOTEL IMPERIAL — New. remodeled, fur
nished steam-heated rooms, with all con
veniences; cheap for the winter. 13 East
Eighth, near Wabasha.
-Agents and Hgensiss*
SO Words or Less, 20e.
AGENTS. HAVE YOU HEARD OF IT? The
latest improved patd. Vapor Bath Cabinet
Best material, lowest price. Secure terri
tory quick. Make $100 a month and ex
pense;. Write B. Harrison Mfg. Co., Cin
EANKERS^ LIFE ASSOCIATION ASSETS.
$850,000; largest, strongest, best Minnesota
life company; wants capable agents; gives
producers every assistance. Address Doug
las Putnam. Secretary. St. Pau 1.
WANTED AGENTS—No money risk; $3 a
day. Address D. S. Jones, No. IHO Eighth
st. north, Fargo. N. D.
20 Word* or Lena, 20c.
HOME MONEY to loan on good security at
moderate rates, without charge for com
mission, at the State Savings Bank, Qer
mania Lite Bldg., 4th and Minn, sts.
MONEY TO LOAN—SIO to $100 on household
furniture, pianos, etc., without removal;
loans can be paid ln installments; private
offices; confidential. Minnesoti Mortgage
MONEY loaned on life policies; or bought. L.
P. Van Normau. Guar. Bid*.. Mlnneapolia.
MONEY!—To loan salaried people holding
steady positions, without security. Call be
fore going elsewhere and get our plan of
lending; all business confidential. Room
317, Pioneer Press Bldg.
Wanted to Buy
20 Words or Leas, 20c.
WANTED TO BUY—A good seoond-hand two
to four horse steam engine aud sausage
chopper. J. L. Ruhland, Fden Valley, Minn.
WANTED TO BUY—Oak wardrobe; state size
and lowest cash price. Address G 55,
20 Words or Less, 200.
FARM FOR SALE—A good Virginia farm.
Addreaa O. A. Commack. Andrews, Va.
Anybody out of work in St. Paul or Min
neapolis may insert an advertisement tinder
this heading free of charge.
A GIRL would like a place of dSn'.nig room
work or chamber work or light house
work. Address C 80. Globe.
BOOKKEEPER-^Wanted. position by compe
tent young lady as bookkeeper, cashier or to
do office work; experience. G 67, Globe.
IRONING—GirI would like plain ironlug; has
two years' experience ln laundry. Address
Miss Tillle Johnson, 563 Broadway, ln care
of J. M. Cooley.
JA'NITRiDSS—Wanted, position as Janitresa
by flrst-cla&s worker. Address G 71, Globe.
NURSE—Situation wanted; experienced nurse;
lndddle-aged; references; le.we the city. 46J
STENOGRAPHER—Lady stenographer hav
ing some knowledge of bookkeeping, de
sires position; experienced. J 60, Globe.
YOUNG LADY would like some envelopes or
•Wrappers to address. Address H 54, Globe.
WA9HNlG—Wanted, washing to take home,
or will go out washing. X 63, Globe.
St. Paul and Minneapolis Ads, 20
"Words or Leas, lOc.
Out-of-Tovrn Ada, 20 Words or
COOK—Wanted, a competent cook. Inquire at
423 Laurel ay.; references required.
CANVASSERS—Wanted, at once, three capa
ble. Intelligent ladies to canvass for pop
ular books. Address Lock Box 107. Min
OPERATORS—Wanted, experienced operators
on steam sewing machines for making shirt
waists and skirts. Finch, Van Slyck, Young
& Co., Fourth and Sibley sts.
WANTED—A gocd girl for kitchen work; no
washing or ironing. 203 Eighth at.
20 Words or Less, tiOo.
ANNA MACK, from Chicago; steam, tub,
medicated baths, select massage; profe*
aloual ______ 18< East Seventh at
DR. STELLA FREMONT-Select bathpar
lors, alcohol, vapor and massage baths. 165
East Seventh st., Room 4.
MRS. DR. STEIN, baths, massageT~ electro
magnetic healer; cures rheumatism and
weakness. 27 East Seventh st. suite 200.
ALL KINDS OF GRAVEL ROOFlNG—Re
pairing a specialty; city or country. Anier
ican Roofing Co.. offlce 100 East Third st.
FINEST assortment of art novelties for
Xmas gifts at Bowen & Muncy's Art Store,
847 Wabasha st.
20 Words or Lena, 200.
$168 WILL buy an upright piano; used less
than a year; original cost, $3CO, party must
sell. Call after 2 p. m., 176 West Fourth
at. Flat 7.
20 "Words or Leas, 20c.
PARTNER wanted with $2,500.00 cash., part
ner to handle all cash; business will stand
closest kind of investigation; strictly a
cash business; making $600.00 per month,
-^ddreas Lock Box 2468, St. Paul, Minn.
WANTED—A man with $500 or $600 to engage
in a pleasant and profitable traveling t>osi
tion. Address M S7. Globe offlce.
Horses and Carriages.
20 Words or Least, 20c.
HORSES—AII klnd3 of horses constantly on
hand at G. W. Wentworth & Co's, South St.
20 Worda or Less, 20c.
LOCKWOOD'S Good Luck Salve; best thing
for sort f^et;all druKgltts:eatabH;h«d I. yrs
20 "Words or Le.., SOc.
BLOOD POISONING, primary, secondary and
tertiary, colored spots, mucou3 patches in
mouth; ulcere and sores; guaranteed per
manent cure. Universal Vitaline Co., Box
H*. Hammond, Ind.
LADIES' MONTHLY REGULATOR; never
fails; send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard.
Wilcox Med. Co..Drpt.l4S. Phlladelpnta. Pa.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF RAM
sey—ss. District Court, Second Judicial
Amanda M. Dibble, plaintiff, vs. John W.
The State of Minnesota to the above named
You are hereby summoned and required
to answer the complaint of the plaintiff In
the above entitled action, on file ln the of
fice of the Clerk of said Court, at his offlcs,
in City of St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minne
sota, and to. serve a copy of your answer
to said complaint on the subscriber at his
offlce. Rooms 50 and 51, Court Block, in the
City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey,
within thirty days after the service of this
summons upon you. exclusive of the day
of such service; and if you fail to answer
the said complaint within the time afore
said, the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded ln said
complaint, together with the costs and dis
Dated October 27th, A. D. 1898.
B. F. LATTA,
60 and 51 Court Block, St Paul, Minn.
Rooms for Rent.
20 Word*- or Less. lOc.
AT rfOTEL FEY, corner Cedar and S'ven: a
sts., steam-heated, furnished rooms by day
or week, single or en suite, at rcasouab c
COLLEGE AY., 69 WEST-Nlcely furnished
rront room with alcove; also large side room
_Jor rent; rent reasonable.
COLLEGE AY.. 28 WEST-Furnlshed roomsT
steam heat^as^and jath: moderate rent.
ELEVENTH ST.. 1477*Hoelarge furnUhld
iront i-oom; modern house and well heated;
terms reasonablo; also nice room. $4 per
FIFTH ST.. 124-Furnished front room, with
NINTH ST., 317, EAST-Near Br^dadVaJZ
Two front room*; heated; all conveniences;
X and $10; private family; excellent board
THE ABBOTT-527 wlbalha St.-Finely fur
nlshed rooms for the winter; hot water
heat, bath, gas and all modern Improve
ments; gentlemen only.
Articles of Incorporation.
THESE ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
made and entered Into by ar.d between'
the undersigned Charles R. Groff, H. Burton
Strait ani Walter A. Thomas, all of who. 1
res.de a* St. Paul, ln the State of Minne
1. That said parties have agreed to and they
do hereby associate themselves together under
t0 the Provisions of the act
entitled "An act ln relation to manufactur
ing corporations, approved March 7th 1873
and the acts amendatory thereof and sutip'e'
mentary thereto," for the purpose of carry
ing on the business of manufacturing roasted
and ground coffees, spices, baking powders
flavoring extracts, washing compounds and
starches, under the corporate name of C R
Groff Company, and under and according to
the provisions of laid statutes and as _
corporation, and not otherwise.
uh «F*n t *,the °, ame °f sal"d corporation Is
and shall be and remain C. R. Groff Com
pany, and the amount of the capital stork
thereof has been and is hereby flxod at and
limited to Fifty Thousand Dollars and £ J
capital is and shall hereafter be and re
main divided Into five hundred shares of one
hundred dollars each; provided, however that
the amount of said capital and number of
said shares may be increased under aud a3
provided in said statutes.
J'.il£...\ tbf h,stuf^ amoun* <**' indebtedness
or liability to which said corporation shall
at any time be subject is the sum of fifty
thousand dollars. '
-47i, T«l tv"l ,d c°rP°ratl,ol- *-l*aH commence
on the 19th day of November, and shall eu
dure for the term of thirty years next there
after, and no longer.
5. That the government of said corpora
tion and the management of its business and
affairs shall be and remain vested ln a board
of three directors, every one of whom shall
b y ,? stockholder of said corporation, and
shall be elected by the stockholders at an
annual meeting thereof, which shall be held
on the flrst Tuesday after the second Mon
?££ I. J*nv'ary- »? «■<* yt^ar. at such hour
and place as shall be proscribed by the by
laws, and such directors shall continue in
offlce for ens year, and until their suc
cessors shall be elected and qualified oro
vided. however, that the flrst board of'direc
tors of said corporation sha 1 be said Chaiii-n
R Groff. H. Burton Strait and Walter A
Tlioraas, who shall continue in offio until
the first annual meeting of the stockholders
of said corporation, and until their succs.sors
shall be elected and qualified.
6. That said board of directors shall have
power to and they shall eltct from their own
number a President. Secretary and Trea^u;. •
of and for said corporation, and the com
pensation, if any, and duties of said officers
shall be prescribed by the by-laws.
In testimony whereof said parties have
hereunto set their hands and ir-als Mth d"v
of November. A. D. IS9B.
CHARLES R. GROFF, (Seal)
H. BURTON STRAIT, (S?af)
WALTER A. THOMAS (Seal.)
Signed, sealed and delivered iv presence of
Albert B. Ovitt.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP" 1 R\M
On this 15th day of November, A. D. 1...
before me personally appeared Charles It'
Groff, H. Burton Strait and Walter \
Thcmas, to me well known to b. the *a-:->*
persons described in and who ex cuted ;:.r
--foregoing articles of agreement, a-id ;1> 7
severally acknowledged that tr—v »»»»••»♦ a
the same as their free act .->i.d
(Notarial Seal.) . Notar
Ramsey County, State of
DEFAULT HAVING BEEN MADE i -.* rHE
payment of the sum of Eighty-nliia and
69-100 (89.69) Dollars, which is claimed to be
due at the date of this notice, upon a ceruln
mortgage, duly executed and delivered by
Waiter Hewitt (an unmarried man' of ti o
City of St. Paul, Ramsey County. Minne
sota, to Fred S. Gardner, of Hayings, Min
nesota, bearing date the 10th day of De
comber, A. D. 11593, and duly rocoided In tlie
office of the Register of Det^ds in and for
the County of Ramsey, Stato of Minnesota,
on the IRth day of December, A. D.
1893. at three o'clock P. M.. in
Book 279 of Mortgages, on pages 522, 32.''.
524, 525 and 528. and said mortgage was
duly assigned by said Fred S. Gardner to
Charles M. French, of Cook County, Illinois
by an instrument in writing, bearing date
January 14th. 1895. which assignment was
duly recorded in the oi'ilr-e of the Register of
Deeds in and for Ramsey County, Minne
sota, on the 15th day of January, 1895. at
12:30 o'clock P. If., in Book 37 of Assign
ments, on page 269.
And, whereas, an action at law was here
tofore commenced upon the indebtedness se
cured by said mortgage in the District Court
in and for the County of Ramsev, and Stat*
of Minnesota, and judgment was duly had and
recovered in sn'd action by said Charles M.
French, and againt-t said Walter Hewitt, for
the sum of One Thousand Six Hundred Forty
two and 21-100 (1C42.21) Dollars, and prior 10
the date hereof an execution wan duly issued
out of said Court to the Sheriff of Rams°y
County, Minnesota, and said execution has
prior to this date been duly returned into
court uns»t!sfied to the extent of tho sum of
Eighty-nine and 69-ICO (i'9.C9) Dollars, and
no part of said sum of Eighty-nine and _9-.ro
(89.69) Dollars has ever been uaid.
Now, Therefore, notice is hereby given that
under and by virtue of the power of sale
contained ln said mortgage, and pursuant to
the statute In such ease iu.tde and prov: ded
the suid mortgage will be foreclosed, and
said premises described in and covered by
said mortgage to-wit: That pipe c or parcel
of land situate in the County of Ramsey
and State of Minnesota. , and known and
described as follows, to-wit:
The East one-half (E Vi) of the North one
half (N %) of Block Twenty-one (21), of
Lafond's Addition to St. Paul, according to
the recorded plat thereof on file ar.d of record
in the offlce of the Register of De^ds in and
for said Ramsey County, Stato of Minne
sota, together with the hereditament and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging, will bo sold
at public auction, to the highest bidder for
cssh, to pay said debt, and interest thereon
to the date of said sale, and the sum of
Twenty-flve Dollars ($25.00) Attorney's fees
stipulated in and by said mortgage in case of
foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed
by law, which sale will be made by the
Sheriff of said Ramsey County, at the Fourth
Street Front Entrance of the Court House ia
the City of St. Paul, in slid Ramsey County
and State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of
December. A. D. 1898, at ten o'clock A. M.,
of that day, subject to redemption at anytime
within one year from the date of sale, as pro
vided by law.
Dated November Ist, 1898.
CHARLES M. FRENCH.
Assignee of Mortgagee.
A. E. Boyesen, and
McLaughlin & Boyesen,
Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee,
901 Pioneer Press Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minnesota.
PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY.
DISTRICT COURT OF IHE I.MTED
Slate*, District of Mlnuexota,
In tlie Matter of William Ulakely,
Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy.
Notice of first meeting of creditors.
Whereas, on the 2nd day of December, A. D.
1898, William Blakely was, by the order of
the Hon. William Lochren, duly adjulgcd
a bankrupt, pursuant to an act of con
gress, approved July Ist, A. D. 1898, and
the said matter referred to me generally
for further proceedings.
Now, therefore, it is ordered that the
flrst meeting of creditors of said bank
rupt be held at my offlce, 108 Germania Life
Insuranco Building, ln tbe City of St Paul,
County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota,
at 10 a. m., Wednesday, the 14th day of De
cember, A. D. 1898.
It ls further ordered that this order be
published in The St Paul Globe, a
newspaper published ln the County of Ram
sey and State of Minnesota, at least me
week before the date of said meeting, and
that notice of said meeting be mailed to
tbe creditors of said bankrupt, at their re
spective addresses, at least ten days before
its date. M. DORAN JR., Referee.
Merwln, Lothrop S. Johnson, Attorneys for
Petitioner, Pioneer Press Building, St. Paul,