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NEWS OF^ THE INORXHWEST.
The Globs's Minneapolis Office
BAPTIZED IN A BATH
COKVBRT TO MORMON FAITH IM
NBRSBD EM A BASEMENT
FIRST ONE IN MINNEAPOLIS
Faithful Not Uannteil by the Fact
That the River Was Frozen Over
—— >lissionarie» at Work to Se
cure Convert* to the Church of
Later I)n> Batata The Xewa of
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 7.-Joseph S.
Baker, the first Mormon convert in
Minneapolis, was today baptized into
the faith of the Later Day Saints. The
• i hat the Mississippi' is frozen did
not prevent an Immersion. The cere
iii. Ny took place in the basement of
the lumber exchange, whore there is a
Ed Turner, the proprietor, is not a
Mormon, and probably does not know
one ft hen he sees him, but he was all
n modatfon about 3 o'clock this
n when about half a dozen
berious looking men filed into his "bar
ber shop ar.d said that they would like
to i!.-v his bath room if they could se
cure permission. They explained that
the river was so cold that it was un
healthy baptizing there at this time of
the year, and they knew of no other
here the full effect could be se
cured than one o£ the public bath
The proprietor of the bath rooms was
all smiles and certainly was willing
il they .should use his plunge. He
even offered to throw in the towels and
not charge them a i-t-nt. perhaps think
ing I'iul he could raise prices if his
plunge si cured a reputation as a good
• i Ismal font.
At the head of the party of visitors
John S Beal, who is the apostolic
1 of the Mormon colony in Minne
i polls. Mr. Heal and Mr. Baker retired
. Bsing rooms, from which they
emerged shortly dressed in light col
i i s. The little party gathered
tund the sides of the plunge, and
then ib'> ceremony commenced.
.\;"i"i- a short prayer, during which
all uncovered, the minister desci nded
Into the water. He did not mind the
chill, but Mr. Baker did, and he shiv
ered, n seemed as if he could not get
fcin where the water was deep enough,
»but the minister urged him on. The
> ■ eremony was not unlike that of Prot
estant churches practicing immersion.
The real difference comes in the actual
Mr. Beal is quite forceful in
I thii i. and simply pushes the
| convert right down into the water un-
til he is entirely submerged. Perhaps
gentle In his treatment gen-
I erally and was simply overstrong yes
day because he has so little work
of that kind to do In Minneapolis.
SURPRISE FOR COHEN.
Offered a Sealskin Coal stolen From
MINNEAPOLIS. Dee. 7.—A valuable seal-
Hie belonging to Mrs. 11. L. Cohen,
viiY 01 the Washington avenue jeweler, ha 3
been recov r< d In a peculiar manner. The
coat v.aa stolen lart May from Mr. Cohen's
Fifteenth avenue south and Ninth
\ New York drumnifr failed in to
i several days ago, and Inci
emarked that he hod a One coat to
. He Induced the Jew* [er to accompany
him to ihe West hotel, where he was thown
I the garment -Mr. Cohon iourd that It was
I the one taken from his house. Explanations
v or e in order, ami the tiavcling man said
. that it had been given him to sell by a St.
, Paul pawnbroker, J >ippo by name. The
' drummer had been told not to sell It any
where l>:it in the Hast, buc bring a particular
ad of .\!r. Cohen he told him of the affair.
."Mppo claims to have purchased the coat for
vLT>. Its ccst was $3.">0.
MIN-XBAPOLJS, Dec. 7.—This week's
N( i .Miller dubs Thomas Mclntyre
"the Napoleon of .Milling," and then pro
is to hold up a reversed opera glass
through which the public may view the illus
trious promoter. The flour trust plan is han
dled In vigorous fashion, characteristic of the
Mi.U-r, which devotes Us efforts to showing
that f.icts <lo not warrant the "we win" cable
gram, and to pointing out fallacies in the
MINNEAPOLIS, Deo. 7.—At tomorrow's ses
sion of the state horticultural society the pro
gramme will consist of the annual addiess of
the president, reports of the executive board,
secretary and treasurer and the various com
mittees, and the u.-ual paiuis. Today there
was en Illustrated talk by Pi of. Lugger aid
discussions ;h Interest to growers of fruits:
MIXNEAPO-IfIS, Dec. 7.—Samusl Sedgwlck,
father oi Charles S. Sedgwlck, the architect,
fell upen the stairway at his home. 2448 Port
land avi nue, this evening, and was seriously
ir.jut'>.i. His head wa<= badly cut. and it is I
— fc art'd lie is otherwise hurt. During the
ii he was in a semi-conscious condition.
Mr. Sedgwlck is eighty-six years of age.
(N I\ N i-: APOLI S 11K E V IT IKS.
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 7.—Anthony Kelly's
: d has slightly Improved within the
few ilh> 3, ar.d today he was able to Rive
riitnie attention to a few business matters of
William Wheeler, a pioneer resident of th's
city, and formerly engaged in the grain busi-
I night at his residence. 11 S xtu
■-: north, after a lons illness. He was
ci v nty-flve years of age. and leaves a widow,
<1 a daughter.
The funeral of Terrence Grimes will take
c from the residence of h:a brother, J-hn
C'lin.:;, 100 Thirteenth street, south, Fri
day morning at 9 o'clock. Services at the
Church of the Immaculate Conception. In
terment al St. Mary's cemetery.
Patrick W. Dunn, the brakeman who was
Injured while at work Saturday, is r. p irted
much improved at St. Barnabas hospital. He
was conscious yesterday and his recovery is
Rev. EI. W. Frazer, lat? pastor of Oliver
Presbyterian church, left last uight for San
- p% RESULTS
]-;: "*v^ 'Ii Are What You Waut,
Btt -V /<|O Take a Course of
Lost fflanhood Proscriptions
It not only acts directly on the GEXITO-L'RI
NARY organs, strengthening, invigoratirg re
vitalizing and rejuvenating the fundamental
organs, but at once imparts to him the vital
— * ity and visor of manhood that he should pos
b. CRBO TREATMENT electrifies the whole
• lies out the weak points and
fortifies them ;.t trace by a.tiiig on the nerve
centers, st< mach, digestive organs, heart, liv
er, kidneys, bladder, :--pin;il cord and brain;
thus preparing the way lor nature to assert
Itself; making the man strong, vigorous, ro
l>ust and healthy; without an ache or pain,
correcting the whole system.
In every case where It is possible for you to
c me to the offices, by a!l means do 60. It is
so much more satisfactory to you and to the
ioctor to have a per. onal consultation and
examination. You then see and talk with
For those who cannot come to the offices
cur method of home treatment In all cases
Is as perfect as it can be oiede. A complete
and correct diagnosis is made of each case,
free of charge, and a special course of treat
ment is si nt to meet the special requirements
of each ca-«j, by mall or express. Dr. Alfred
L. Cole. Medical Institute and Council of
Physician!). 21 Washington Avenue S, Minne
for Subscriptions, Minneapolis
20 Washington Ay. South.
Francisco to meet the members of the church
in that city, to which he has been called to
The Minneapolis Ski club was formally or
ganized this evening at a well attended meet
ing of ski enthusiasts held in the gvm
nasnim of the Northwestern Athletic dub.
lne following officers were elected for a year:
President, Christian L. lilstrup"; vice presi
dent, Arne Ofstie; secretary, Paul Gyllstrom;
treasurer, Adolph, Bdsten; marshal, H. E.
At its regular meeting this evening the
Minneapolis Trades and Labor council passed
a resolution requesting Gov.-elect Llnd to ap
point a member of organized labor to the po
sition of labor commissioner.
President B. C. Gibbons and other officers
of the Ohio society in Minnesota, met tonight
at the Hotel Xicollet and discussed In an in
torraal way the advisability of the society
holding a series of socials throughout the
Two St. C'roix Valley Pioneers Dead
Tliayer in Prifiou.
STILLWATER, Minn., Dec. 7.—(Special.)—
William E. Thorne, who came to Stillwater
from St. Louis in 1854, and has resided here
almost continuously ever since, died last night
at the Sawyer house, where he had been
boarding since his return from the city hos
pital some months ago. Deceased was a native
of Xew York state, and was 81 years of age.
He conducted a dry goods business here for
a number of years, but in late years had en
gaged in no active business. Since he closed
out his business here he spent about a year
with relatives at Delevan, Wis., but returned
to Stillwater and has since been in t'eebla
health, his illness being due mainly to old
Link Thayer, the Great Northern train rob
ber, convicted at Fergus Falls and sentenced
to twenty years at hard labor, arrived at the
prison last night. He had nothing to say when
he reached the prison and seemed to take a
philosophical view of the situation.
Munroe Gates, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Gates, who had been ill for some time, died
last night. He was eleven years of age.
Judge Willis-ton has adjourned district court
until Dec. 13, when a number of special term
cases will be considered. The S.a;lea will
case has been set for Dec. 14, and will be
heard before a jury.
The newly elected officers of Washinjton
Royal Arch chapter will be installed on the
Capt. Edward Grant died last evening at
the home of his son in Somerset, Wis., hav
ing reached the advanced age of 71 years. De
ceased came to the St. Croix valley about fifty
years ugo, and was in the employ of Dur.mt
& Hannaford prior to the Civil war, when he
enlisted in a Wisconsin regiment. At the
close of the war he entered the employ of
Durant & Wheeler, with whom he remained
until they dissolved. During the past year
he had been failing both physically and j
mentally, hut his death was probably due to |
an accident which befell him some weeks ago, |
when he dislocated one of his hips. His rela- i
tives reside at Somerset.
The Elks of Stillwater will go to St. Paul
tomorrow evening. About sixty of them will
FATAL ~HOTEf FIRE
TWO GUESTS LOSFJ THEIB I.IVF.S
IX A BLAZE AT
STRUCTURE A FIRE TRAP
An Early Morning Alarm Fallowed
by the Rapid Destruction of the
Hut Id lus Indictments Returned
m St. Clond Xew Trial Asked at
Fararo on a Novel Technicality
News of the Northwest.
WADENA, Minn., Dec. 7.—A very disas
trous fire occurred in this city at i o'clock
this morning and two men have probably
lost their lives. The old Central house, a
two-Etory frame structure, caught fire from
plosion of a lamp, and before the fire
was noticed one section of the building was
completely wrapped in flames. The old
building burned like tinder and proved to
be a veritable fire trap.
C. J. Stolquist. of Sebeka. and Frank Aus
tin, of Thomastown, th.s county, are be
lieved to have perished in the flames. They
cannot be found this morning and are sup
posed to have stopped there last night. One
body has already been recovered, a charred
mass of flesh and . bonea, burned beyond
Some of the guests were quite Ivdly In
jun il, among them being Wm. Pollock, of
Minneapolis, burned on legs and around
thighs badly. He has a brother in Donald
son's Glass Block, and was In the employ
of the Northwestern Telephone company. He
will probably recoves. D. Crosby, of Rice's
Station, cut on head, foot burned and left
side Injured. Robert Biood, Ve.rr.dale, burned
on foot, ankle crushed. Several others were
also cut by glass and burned about the body
and bruised from Jumping.
Three Indictments— Social Parity
Movement Testimonial Plans.
ST. CLOUD, Dec. 7.—(Special.)—A meeting
of the business men has been held to consider
the project of giving Manager Davidson, of
the opera house, a testimonial benefit on the
evening of Dec. 10, which is the anniversary
of the opening of the opera house. Plans were
discussed and arrangements were started for
wha< will no doubt prove to be one of the
greatest social functions ever held in St
.Mayor McDonald started yesterday to en
force what is known as Ordinance Xo. 122
of the city, and us a result nine women of
Questionable reputation were arraigned iv
justice court and fined in sums ranging from
Jfs to S-~> each.
The Schumann dub, assisted by Misaes
Wakeman and Pace, of St. Paul, will give a
recital in the Unity church.
The grand jury today i\ turned three indict
ments, as follows: Dr. Rott, of St. Martin
for practicing medicine without a license. His
case will bo tried at the next general tpr^i
$100 having been deposited with the cltrk of
court for his appearance. Frank Warczecha,
who stubbed a man at Opole, was indicted for
assault in the second degree, and Mary Kin*?
and Clara I'hristophcrson grand larceny in
the second degree for stealing a parcel from
the Great Northern waiting room.
At the annual meeting of the James M
MeKelvey post, G. A. R., the following of
ficers were elected: Commander, C. F. Mac-
Donald; senior vice commander, M. F. Sweet;
junior vice commander, William Fas=olt'
quartermaster, Fred Reed; surgeon. James
Biggerstaff; chanlain, John Liesen- officer of
the day, D. A. Perkins; officer of the guard
Henry Green; trustees. D. B. Searle John
Llesen and J. A. McDonald.
The disappearance of Charles Hoffman as
sistant in the university chemical laboratory
at .Madison. Wis., has a decided local interest
in that a motive for the man's strange dis
appearance may easi!y be found in this ciiv
Prof. Hoffman ha? on several occasions «
St. Cloud, the lodestone which bought him
here, it is understood, being the presence
of a widow with whom he has been for
some months greatly infatuated. The lady
is a professional nurse and it was in her
professional capacity that lion man fir-t met
her. He was a patient at St. Joseph's hos
pital, St. Paul, and she was a nurse in
that institution, and was the ministering angel
to the sick man. They both speak the Ger
man language and the brilliant German pro
fessor, far from home and friends, fell in
love with the white-capped widow and asked
her to be his wife. A negative reply v:as
received, but the graduate of Heidelberg was
persistent and when his inamorata came to
her home at St. Cloud early in the summer
Prof. Hoffman shortly afterwards was num
bered among the Grand Central's guests, and
renewed his suit. He enlarged upon his
prospects: told of his birth 'and breeding
and assured the lady that upon his father's
aeatn he would come into a large fortune,
but she was callous and obdurate and sent
him away. Recently the lady became ill and
is now a patient at St. Raphael's hospital
this city. Hoffman was last here Nov. 14
and disappeared from Madison the 19th inst.
Xew Trial Asked on a Novel Tech
nicality Red Cross Reception.
FARGO, X. D., Dec. 7.—(Special.)—Judg*
Pollock, of the district court, denied tha
motion for a new trial in the case against Jo«
Krocner, who was convicted of grand larceny
last week. The case will be taken to the
supreme court on the grounds that the man
at. the time he committed the theft was in
such a state, due to the effects of a continu
ous druuken spree, that there was no inten
tion on his part to commit a theft It
is a technicality that will be watched, by
the legal fraternity with a great deal of inter
The Red Cruss society tendered a reception
to Capt. Keye, of Company B, North Da
kota volunteers, who returned home from th«
Philippines last week. The members of the
G. A. R.. with the W. R. C. and th« Young
Ladies' auxiliary to Company B were invited,
as well as the mothers and relatives of the
boys at Manila, making: up a large cro^.
Cttpt. Keye natusjJly was the center of at
traction, and was kept busy answering ques
tions on the conditions in the Philippines.
Yerxa Hose Company No. 1 of the city
lire department celebrated the fifteenth an
niversary of the organization of the com
pany In a pleasant manner. The boys at
tended the opera house in a body and later
attended a banauet in the company's parlor*
in the city hall.
Congressman-elect Spalding goes to Wash
ington thia evening to size up things at
Che capital, before he assumes hii congres
Local Maccabees elected officers for the
ensuing year as follows: Past commander,
H. Boerth; commander, B. A. Furlong; lieu
tenant commander, P. Mattson; record keep
er, John G-orman; finance keeper, H.
Boerth; chaplain, E. G. Melander;
sergeant-at-arms, Wm. Dlemert; master-at
arm«, Alex. Johnson; first master guard, G.
M. McLennon; sentinel, L. S. Diemert; picket,
Theo. Miller; trustees for six months, A. J.
Schirrmann and P. P. Sloan.
AVIII Race on the Ice.
LAKE CITY. Minn., Dec. 7.—The Lake City
Ice iacht club is thoroughly organized and
ready for business, with eight of the white
winged flyers in the fleet and a good-looking
commodore at Its head.
The officers of the club are: Wallace Shel
by, president; C. E. Buckminster, secretary
and treasurer; Sam Blondell, commodore- C
E. Buckminster Jr., mascot.
The boats and their owners are- Hard
scrable, 16x31, Sam Blondell; Bob, 16x32 Bob
Eaton; Klondike. 14x30, Wallace A. Shelby-
Anna 8., 14x30. C. E. Buckminster; Sitka 14x
2S, E. Bellman and E. Anderson; Gracie,
13x29. T. C. and Art Eaton;. Alaska. 15x35
Nordine Bros.; Kitten, 9x16, C. E. Buckmins
ter Jr. A series of races will be inaugurated
as soon as the conditions are favorable.
Acted as Her Own Attorney.
MAXKATO. Minn. Dec. 7.—Mrs. Azella
Smith appeared in the probate court yester
day In answer to the citation to show cause
why she should not be removed as adminis
tratrix of the estate of Penfield A. Foster.
This citation was tl»e outgrowth of her fail
ure, a few months ago, to show cause why
she should not pay over to W. N. Plymat
$85 attorney's fees. It appears that the latter
o:der was issued and Mrs. Smith Ignored it
ar.d appealed the matter to the district court
Then followed the citation for her appear
ance. Mr. Plymat asks for her removal as
administratrix. Mrs. Smith acted as her own
attorney in the hearing and she and Mr.
Plymat had a battle royal. Honors were ap
parently about even at the close. The court's
decision was reserved.
.Medical Men in Session.
MAXKATO, Minn.. Dec. 7.-The annual
meeting of the Minnesota Valley Medical as
sociation was one of the most successful in
! its history. The following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year:
President, Dr. G. L. Smart, Blue Earth
I City; first vice president. Dr. O. H. Mc
i Michael, Vernon Center; second vice pres
j ident, Dr. Durgen, Wlnnehago City; third
| vice presid.-nt, Dr. Jacobs. Blmore; treasurer,
i Dr. G. F. Merritt. St. Peter; secretary Dr.
E. D. Steel. Mankato.
Ray Will Renew His Plffht.
FAIRMONT, Minn.. Dec. 7.—At the term of
the district court now in progress here the
old animosities between ex-Lieut. Gov. Day,
of the Sentinel, and Albert L, Ward, the
wealthy banker, will reappear. A libel suit
between the Martin County bank and the pro
prietors of the Sentinel is on the calendar,
wherein the plaintiff seeks to recover $5,000
damages. The ca;o has ah'p-ady been to the
supreme court on a demurrer, and that body
declared the complaint good, and it will
doubtless be tried for all there is in it
Mm. Front Denies.
CROOKSTONT. Minn.. Dec. 7.—Mrs. J. Frost
denies the truth of the story published yes
terday morning In regarj "to the wedding
that did not take place at her home owing to I
the absence of the groom. The facts in the
case, according to Mrs. Frost's evidence, are
that the wedding was not supposed to have
taken place for a couple of weeks yet. It has
been ascertained that the story was without
foundation and thi a correction is mad> in
justice to all concerned.
VCMCImeB Wnnt More I-i«!.,.
DULUTTI, Minn.. Dec. 7.—Efforts will be
nvede by the Vessel Owners' association of
the Great Lakes to induce the lighthouse
noaid to reopen the lighthouses on Isle Royale
that have been closed for twenty-five to thirty
years, and to establish new lights at Beaver
Bay and one or two other points along the
Sentenced to SillluaU'r.
MOORHKAD. Minn., Dec. 7.—(Special.l—
\r the adjourned term of the district court
today William Fraser was sentenced to the
penitentiary for two years for grand larceny.
Hank Dollrnan plead'd guilty to an indict
ment charging assault ana was sent to Still
water for three years. Timothy Mitchell was j
found guilty of robbery tonight, and will be
sentenced by Judge Baxter tomorrow.
Street Car Run Down,
OSHKOSII, Wis.. Dec. 7.—An electric street
car, loaded with workingmen, was run down
by a Wisconsin Central freight train this
morning and hurled thirty feet. By a miracle
no one was killed, although several were cut
and bruised. The motcrman claims the acci
dent was due to slippery rails.
St. Panl Man Hurt.
WINON'A, Minn.. Doc. 7.—(Special.)—John
Hints, of St. Paul, employed in the quarry
near this city, had his leg crushed and torn
by catching it betweeu a stationary stona and
the deriivk. It is feared he will lose the
(MBeialfl in a. Fi»ht.
MAX DAN, X. D., Dae. 7.—(Special.)—
County Auditor Schallern was fined $15 tr.day
for assault and battery on Joseph Miller.
Miller is now contesting Schallern's election.
The uouble. arose in Scballern'i office ac the
annual tax sale.
Sinter* Marry .Minister*.
RED WiXG. Minn.. Dec. 7.—(Special.)—Rev.
Charles .''arrison a::d Miss Serena Y. Wing,
and Rev. Carl M. Weswig and .Mi-;s Martha
M. Wing were married at Holden church in
Aspelur.d at noon. The bridas are daughter*
of Senator Wing.
Teachers Will Meet.
FARGO, X. D., Dec. 7.—The State Educa
tional association meets in Fargo this yfar,
Dec. 27. 28 and 29. It is expected that about
200 prominent educators from over the state
will be present.
NORTHWEST NEWS NOTES.
ARCADIA. Wis.. Dec. 7.—Arcadia held a
special election Monday and vot*d to build
a Bteel bridge across the Trempealeau, con
necting the a.'.st with the west r-ide. This
will be a great impiovement to the city.
ABERDEEN, S. I)., Dec. 7.—Fire this morn
ing started in Hall's barber shop, spread
ing to Lacy's drus* store, Dr. Diefendorf's
office arid Herman's cigar store, practically
destroying them all. A portion of Lacy's
f'wk was saved, but the Loss is nearly
total. There was paitia! insurance in each
ALBERT LEA, Minn.. Dec. 7.—City Justice
R. S. Clements, who was elected last month
to the office of county attorney, will rosign
his duties as justice at th^ meeting of the
city council Friday evening, and his suc
cessor will be appoin-ted.
OWATOXXA, Minn., D«\ 7.— TTie grand
jury this noon Drought in an Indictment
a-ga'inst Theodore Nelson for reviving stolen
goods, knowing them to be such. Nelson
is a well known country merchant
WALKER, Minn., Dec. 7.—The flag rais
ing at Camp J. M. Bacon, which was to have
taken place Doc. 13, has been postponed, until
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THE ST. PAUI, GLOBE THURSDAY DECEMBER 8, 1893.
Anybody OuM Work
In St. Paul or Minneapolis
May Insert an Adver
tisement in THE GLOBE
FREE OF CHARGE!
OTHER WANT ADS AT
GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
BEALB OK FE.tIALB.
* St. Paul Ada- ~
SO words or lean 100
I SO word* or lea* 2Oc
Board Wanted—2O words or less lOc.
Board Offered— 2o Word* or lens lOc.
For Rent,Kooms—2o words or less lOc
Wanted, Rooms~2o words or less lOc
Agents and Agencies 20 words or less 200
Auction Sales 20 wordg or less 20c
Business Chances 20 words or less 200
Business Personals 20 words or less 200
Chiropodists 20 words or lesg 200
Clairvoyants 20 words or lets 300
Uyoing and Cleaning 20 words or less 200
Farm Lands 30 words or less 2Co
Financial 20 words or less 20c
For Rent, Houses 20 woid« or less 200
For Rent, Stores 20 words or less 20<j
For Rent, Flats 20 words or less 200
For Sale, Miscelleneous. .20 words or less 20«
For Sale—Real Estate. ...20 word 3or less 20c
Horses and Carriages 20 words or leas 200
Hotels 20 word 3or less 2Co
Instruction 20 words or les? ioo
Lost and Found 20 words or less 200
Massage 20 words or less 30c
Medical 20 woids cr less 30c
Miscellaneous 20 words or less 200
Notices 20 words or less 200
Personal 20 words or le»3 30c
Professional 20 words or le • 20c
Storage 20 words or lesa 20c
Wanted to Buy 20 wordg or long 200
Wanted to Exchange. 20 words or lesg 200
Anybody out of work in St. Paid or Jllin
neapvli* may insert an advertisement under
this heading free of charge.
BARTENDER, or assistant, desires position;
aged 27; sober and honest; references if
required. Address W. James, general de
BOOKKEEPER—Wanted, situation as book
keeper by a man of experience. X S8
CLERK—Wan ted, by young man, position as
clerk in store on Saturday, or will do other
wcrk; have good recommendations. Ad
dress G 60. Globe.
EDUCATED MAN "wants to engage in news
paper work again, or travel for reliable
house; good reasons for change; speaks
French fluently and could represent firm
or newspaper at Paris exposition- refer
ences; Investigate. E 63, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT—Young man would like work
of any kind; can keep books, good cenman
rapid and accurate with figures. Address
A. L. Steltner, Little Falls, Minn.
ENGINEER—Wanted, situation aa engine-r,
fireman or watchman; references. F P '
EIMPLO~Y>fENT—A good"boy7l7~years old
wants work of any kind; best or city rtf
crences, etc. Address V 82, Globe.
GROCERY CLERK, several years' experience,
would like position; references; acQuainixd
In city. K_B9^_O!obe.
HOSTLER—WanTed, work~o> any kind; un
• derstands care of horses and can drive
Address J 62, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—Young raw experienced
in stenography and typewriting desires posi
tion; can furnish references. Address V
WATCHMAKER—Wanted, position as watch
maker, or any other light repairs; good me
_ohanic J Address 918 Courtlard St., city.
YOUNG MAN desires position of any kind;
experienced in dry goods aud hardware
packing._J 63. Globe.
YOUNG MAN of 22, business experience"
wants work. J 64. Globo.
Help Wanted- Kales
St. I'atil and Minneapolis Ads, 2O
Wordn or Lew, lOc.
Out-of-Tovrn Ads, 2O Wordn or
BLACKSMITH—Wanted, a blacksmith; wi'.l
rent my shop or will let a man work on
commissions. Address C. A. Gallagher,
_ Ashford Minn., Redwood Co.
GOVERNMENT POSITIONS—Don't prepare
for any civil service examination without
seeing our illustrated catalogue of informa
tion. Sent free. Columbian Correspondence
College,' Washington, D. C.
IF YOU are a Catholic, unemployed, and will
work for ?18 per week, write MacConnell
Bros., 11 Franklin St., Boßton, Mass.
WANTED —Mon to learn barber trade; our
system thorough; we guarantee to teach
the trade and furnish positions at $Co..')
monthly, with only eight weeks' practice;
also donate outfit and allow commission
from start. Have places for 300 grad
uates; new field. Call or write today for
particulars. Moler's Barber College, 223
Washington ay. south. Minneapolis, Minn.
WAlTEß—Restaur. Nt waiter f r Grand Forks,
N. D.; $8 per week. Mcore & Co., 179 East
WANTED—Young man as an assistant In
__undertaking. jApply at once at 49"> Srlby ay.
WANTED—PeopIe in all lines of dramatic
work for theatrical company: can use some
clever amateurs. Address J 65, Globe.
2O Worda or Less, SJOe.
LOCKWGOD'S Good Luck Salve; be3t ih:njs
for sore f':et;a!l druggists :es;abll;hrd 16 yra.
early in January. This was made necessary
by the threatening outlook among the In
dians and the iumu-rs that ilia Third infantry
is to be sent to the Philippines.
CROOKSTON. Minn., Dec 7.—The lovers
of music will be entertained on Friday even
ing next at a concert to be given in the opera
house under the fttwplcea of the newly re
orgamzed band. An exceptionally fine pro
gramme hau been arranged.
The Balmy South.
Winter 'ourist tickets on sale at St. Paul
and Minneapolis offices of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway, as follows:
Augusta, Ga., and return .'. $36.30
Savannah. Ga.. and return 60.10
Thomasville, Ga., and return 60.40
Jacksonville, Fla., and return 63.40
Pensacola, Fla.. and return 50.60
St. Augustine, Fla., and return 66.30
Mobile, Ala., and return 4S/60
New Orleans. La., ard return 53.10
Galveston, Tex., and return 55.00
San Antonio, Tex., and return 54.45
Cheap rates, both one way and round trip,
to all California points.
For details call at City Ticket Office, 365
Robert street, or address J. T. Conley, As
sistant Gf-neral Passenger Agent, St." Paul,
STILL NO TRACE OF HARRIS.
.Efforts to Get Something; From San
tinso Are Withont Success.
The following letter from Santiago, relat
ing to Corporal O. E. Harris, of whom all
trace has been lost, was received in St. Paul
Headquarters Department' of Santiago, San
tiago. Nov. 28, 18J8.—Mr. H. O. Trowbridge,
St. Paul. Mini:.:
My Dear Trowbridge: Lam in receipt of
your letter of Oct. 31. as ybu are aware from
tne cab.c I sent you the cthpr day. I am ex
ceedingly sorry to report ahat .there arc no
records of Corporal Olive* E. Harris here.
« ;!v c l .elved letters from. his. father and
Arc n bishop Ireland, and these letters were
reie-rred to the usual partifs and as the in
dorsements show, there a 0& no records. I I
took a personal interest in? this matter, and
made Inquiries ot nurses and ethers who had
been with the hospital, as ray. personal not*
to Archbishop Ireland indicates.
Of course it appear to people are not fa
miUar with the situation here during the
campaign that this fact of there no records
ndieate a lack of business methods, but you
know as well as I that during that time it was
impossible to carry out the usual army meth
ods; that men became separated from their
commands, were taken to the nearest hospi
tal and died there, or became insensible be
rore they had given their names or in any
way became identified. The only way to be
certain of the identification of the man in
thes? cases would be for each man to carry
I a metal tag with his regimental number oa
Agents and Agencies,
3O Word* or Less, 200.
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION ASSETS.
|850,0C0; largest, strongest, best Minnesota
life company; want* capable agents; gives
producers every assistance. Address Doug
las Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul.
PORTRAIT AGENTS EVERYWHERE—Quit
"crayons;" try washable enamelines; no
glass; don't ruD; cheap; particulars. Family
Portrait Co.. Chicago.
6ALESMEN—Wanted, salesmen for cigars;
$125 month and expenses; old firm; ex
perience unnecessary; Inducements custom.
ers. C. Q. Bishop & Co.. St. Loula. Mo.
3O Word* or Leu, 2Oc. **
HOME MONEY to loan on good security at
moderate rates, without charge for com
mission at the State Savings Bank, O«r
--manla Life Bldg.. 4th and Minn, st*.
MONEY TO LOAN—SIO to $100 on household
furniture, pianos, etc., without removal;
loana can be paid in installments; private
offices; confidential. Minnesota Mortgage
Loan Co.. 317 Pioneer Press Building.
MONEY loaned on life policies; or bought L.
P. Van Norman. Guar. Bldg.. Minneapolis.
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.
2O Words or Leas, 2Oc.
ESTABLISHED PRINTING OFFICE in St.
Paul, nearly new; invoice about $2,5"0; cash
will buy cheap. Printer, 95 East Eleventh.
TYPEWRITER CIRCULAR LETTERS
In any quantity, on shortest notice, by a
process that absolutely ensures the natural
'effects" of personal correspondence; no
blurring; no oil; no setback, as with mime
ograph work. Possessing ail the features
of typewritten letters, they are unquestion
ably best form of progressive advertising.
Send for samples and prices. Facsimile Let
ter Co., 506 Manhattan Building, St. Paul.
Ruth M. Hlllman, Mgr.
Anybody out of work in St. Paul'or >lin
ii'-apoUs may insert an advertisement under
tiiin heading j ree of charge.
GIRL who has an aged mother to support
would like work. Address Miss Wilison,
563 Broadway, pare J. M. Cooly.
HOTEL WORK-Wanted, work of any kind
in hotel; eight years' experience. Q 105,
HOL TSEWORK—Young woman, a first-class
cook, would like place to do housework
where she could go home nights; near cen
ter of city preferred. V 95, Globe.
HOUSEWORK—Two German girls are look^
Ing for place to do general housework or
sewing. Capitol Hotel. 455 Vi Wabasha st.
i WANTED BY YOUNG LADY-Position as
artist's model; engagements cheerfully
made. V 79, Globe.
St. l*i! ii 1 and Minneapolis Ails, 2O
Words or !,<■**, lOc.
Oul-of-Toivn Ada, 2O Words or
COOK—WanUd, a cook at 423 Laurel ay.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a girl for general
housework at 2SC Avon st., beiween Ig'.ehart
HOUSHKEBPER—Wanted, by an elderly gen^
tlen:an with means, a housekeeper. Apply
18 East Fourth st.. between 3 and 5 p. m.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, a girl for general
housework. 607 Wetminster.
NURSE —Wanted, a thoroughly compore;it
giri to take carp of child; must came well
reeommiKded. Flat 53, Albion; call even-
NURSE—Wanted, a thoroughly competent girl
to take care of child; must come well re;:
ommended. Flat 3. AU)ion; call evening*.
SECOND GlßL—Wanted, second girl: Oer*
man preferred; must have references. 71
SEWING GlßLS—Wanted, two sewin? girls-
SI a day. Call at 26 West Tenth st be
tween 3 and 5 p. m.
WANTED—A young girl who' wishes to learn
dressmaking; no errands or other work.
Call 674 Selby ay.
2O Words or Lexx, 2Oc.
PIANO pupils given first-class instruction
beginners a specialty; Mason method a;d
Virgil table work; satisfaction guaranteed.
_ Address O 85. G'.obc.
THOROUGH instruction on the piano given
to beginners; terms $10 par quarter—twnty
lessons, at one hour each. Address' V &5
ALL KINDS OF GRAVEL ROOFING— Hg>
pairing a specialty; city or country. Anier
.JgfrJLßgpflng Co- office ICO Eatt Tr.ird st.
Wanted io guy
ISO "Words or Less, 2Oc.
CANARY—Wanted to buy, canary; must be
young and a sweet singer. Address V 81,
2O Words or I.csh, 3Oe.
LADIES' MONTHLY RBGULATOR; never
falls; send 4 cents for Woman's Safe Guard
Wilcox Mod. C0.,Drpt.146. Philadelpaia. Pa. !
it or his name and regiment, but these
you know, were not provided for our annv'
i hope you will endeavor to satisfy tiia
friends of Corporal Harris that we. who are I
here now, have done everything we can to e^t
some, trace of him. I will keep this matter >
in my mii-d, and hop:? -hat I may yet b.- i
able to run across some one who will be '
ab:e to give some definite information con
cerning Hm, and if I do I will forward it
at once. iour3 very sincerely,
, — John H. Rear..p.
Lieut. Col. and A. A. G., U. S. Volg.
ELKS' NIGHT^ FOR JOY.
Great Preparations Made for a Stag
Social Given 'I'unlglat.
This is stag night at Elks' hall, and the
members of 59 will pl 3 y host to a largs
number of the order from Minneapolis. Still
water, Mankato and Winona. Elaborate
preparations for this cccssion have been
made, though the details have been =hroud°d
in gecrecy. It is only known to the euteV
tainment committee who will pcs de but it
is premised that, with the menu of fun
£ amedci UP the evening, no one will suffer
To begin with, a small class of new mem
bers will be initiated into the mysteries of the
order with due pomp ar.d ceremony after
which there will be a jolly social sessioa "
The members of the local ledge aLd a
number of their versatile friends will contr b
ute to the entertainment, which is to be of
the fast and furious order, including sinen"
dancing, story telling, fencing ant quite "a
little budget of things not down oa tht
Special trains are to bring in the out-of
town brethren. It is to be easily the b'geest
stag affair of this season. u-SS^st
Sagacloai Sagrasta Says
The wonderful development of your Railroads
shows your push and energy. Two fast trains
leave St. Paul daily via Wisconsin Central
Lines for Milwaukee. Chicago and Eastern
and Southern points. Ticket office 373 Robert
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the y^Tjr //$/>* .< J
Signature of C£z//jfflcU&£44<
Rooms for Rent,
2O "Words or Lean, lOe.
AT HOTEL FEY, corner Cedar and Saventh
sts.. steam-heated, furnished rooms by day
or week, single or en suite, at rea.-onab:e
FIFTH ST., 124—Furnished front room, with
SO Words or Leu, 2Oc.
eled, furnished; large reading and sitting
room; a good, cheap home for the winter.
Office, 127 East Eighth at,, corner Eighth
HOTEL IMPERIAL — New. remodeled, fur
nlshed steam-heated rooms, with all con
veniences; cheap for the winter. 16 East
Eighth, near Wabasha. *
Rouses for Rent.
2O Words or Less, 2Oc.
CALL AND E^AISTNE^uT >n^t^c?^h^uses^
flats, stores and offices before you locate.
We may have Just what you are looking
for. Our houses are not listed with rental
agents. The St. Paul Trust Co.; Endicott
2O Words or Less, 2Oc.
FOR THE BEST CORD OF MAPLE IN THE
city, go to the Northwestern Ice and Fuel
Company, corner Eighth and Wacouta sts.
The best costs no more than an Inferior
FURNITURE — STOVES^~DISSOLUtToN
SALE—S9,OOO to raise by Jan. 15th; the
Cardozo F. & Ex. Co.'s stock of new and
second-hand furniture, stoves, etc., to go at
slaughter prices; a snap for dealers. C.
F. & Ex. Co.. 232 East Se-vench st., Ralph
Cardozo, Prop., after Feb. Ist.
SALE of Household and School Furniture at
137 Wesrtern Ay. North—The household and
school furniture, including one piano and
some good pictures and books, belonging
to M. S. Dusiniberre, will be offered for sa:e
fivpry day this week, between the hours of
lv a. m. and 8 p. m., at 137 Western ay.
Jl6B WILL buy an upright piano; used less
than a year; original cost, J3.CO; party must
sell. Call afier 2 p. m., 176 West Fourth
st. Flat 7.
Korses and Carriages.
UO Words or I.i»mh, ~Oc.
HORSES—AII kinds of horses constantly on
hand at G. W. Wentworth & Cos. South St
LUMBERMEN^ TAKE NOTICE—We have
constantly on hand from 300 to 500 head of
heavy logging and draft horses, with qual
ity and weight suitable for logging work,
and invite all buyers to inspect our excel
lent stock. Part time given if desired.
_R.arrett & Zimmerman'* Horse Market,
Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul.
SO Words or L.esa. 3Oc.
ANNA MACiC. fri m Chicago; steam, tub.
medicated baths, select massage; profei*
eii.nal operators. 186 liast Seventh at
DR. STELLA FREMONT—Baths at reduced
prices for a few days; alcohol, vapor and
maseage. 165 East Seventh st., Room 4.
LADErCS! Chichester's Enrfsh Pennyroyal Pills
'Uianoud Brand), the Best. Kfc, Kel!..b!i-.
■t\k.t no otner. S.-nd ie, 6ta:njje, tor parlicubis, '• Relict
for 1.-. :•,.*." ix i.kttm.by Return M«i|., At Dfuptisu.
MRS. LEONIE, from Paris, select massage,
alcohol bath, electric treatment. Room 9,
_ICS East Seventh.
MRS. DR. STEIN, baths, massage, electro
magnetic healer; cures rheumatism and
weakness. 27 East Seventh St., suite 200.
2O Words or Less, SOc.
ATTEND THE ORIENTAL RUG SALE
today at No. 54 East Sixth St.. it you want
rugs, as every piece of goods offered is sold;
no limit. Sales at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. daily.
Kavanagh & Co., Auctioneers.
iritaiss of .»Gorpora!i©3i3
Art loirs of I tioor iMWiitlon of Horcjs
BniN. i'al.ln,:, ('(iinjtnny.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, DO HEREBY*
associate ourselves together f^r the purpose
of forming a corporation under the provisions
of Title 2, Chapter 34, General Statures cf
Minnesota of 1878, and the Ac s amend'.t.ry
thereof and supplemental thereto, and for
that purpose have adopted the f l.owing Ar
ticles of Incorporation:
The „ name of this corporation shall be
HOREJS BROS. BAKING COMPANY. The
general nature of Us businc-ss fclwll be to
manufacture bread, crackers, cakes, pies, and
all other bakers' goods and supplies, and 00B
feetlonery, and to stll the tame at wl-.ovsa'e
and retail, and to deal in such gocd?, w.ms
and merchandise as may be conveniently or
properly dealt in in connection wi h the
wholesale and retail bakery buslress, an-d do
any and all acts, and transact such bus'nes
as may be necessary or incldenial therelo.
The principal pace of transacting sad bufl
nees shall he the City cf St. P.iul, Ramsey
This corporation shall commence on tha
12th day oi December, IS9B, and continue
thirty (30) yeara.
The amount of capital stock of this corpora
tion shall be Seventy Thousand ($7),0 0) Dol
iers, and shall be paid In upen the call of
the Board of Directors from time to time, as
thfy nuy determine.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia
bility 10 which t'cis coiporatitn thall at any
time be subject shall be Fifteen Thousand
The names and places of residence of the
persons forming this association for incor
poration are: John Horejs, Frank Hcre;a,
Wenzel Horejs and Joseph Horejs, a!l rest
ing at St. Paul, Minnesota.
The names of the persons constituting the
first Board of Directors are: Jehu Ilorej3,
Frank Horej?, and Wenzel Horej?. They
shall hold thoir office .until the annual siock
holders' meeting of said corporation in b99, |
and until their successors are eUc.ed and I
qualified. The government of this corpora
tion and the management of i:s affairs
be vested In a Beard cf three directors, "and
in the officers of this corporation, who shaM
be a Pr(bid'2nt, Vice President, Secretary and
Treasurer; said cfßcers shall b» fleeted by
the stockholders 2t the firsc stockholders'
meeting of this corporation, to be held en
the second Monday in December, IS!*', and
hold their respective offices until the an
nual stockholders' meeting of this corpora
tion in 1^.99. The Directors ard officer of
this corporation shall be elected by the stock
holders at their annual meetirg, which shiili
be held on the second Mouday of Dsremb^r
In each and every >ear.
The number and amount of the shares In
the capital sock of said corporation shall
bo seven hundred (700) shares of One Hun
dred ($100) Dollars each.
In testimony whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this 21st day of
November, A. D. IS9«.
JOHN HOREJS, (Seal )
FRANK HOREJS, (Sea! )
WBNZEU HOREJS, (Seal.)
JOSEPH HOREJS. (Seal.)
Signed and sealed In preface of:
P. H. Grant.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Be it known, that on this 30 h day of No
vember, A. D. 1S&8, personally appeared be
fore me John Horejs, Frank Horejs Wenz<=-i
Horejs and Joseph Horejs, to me known To
be the persons described in and who executed
the foregoing Articles of Incorporation and
acknowledged that they executed the same as
their free act and deed.
(.Notarial Seal.) FRANK H. GRANT.
Ram«ey County, Minnesota.
STATE OF MINNESOTA — DEPARTMENT
I hereby" certify that the within instrument
was filed for record In thi3 office on the ''d
day of December, 1898, at 11 o'clock a m
and waa duly recorded in Bt;ok U 2 of In
corporations, on page 347.
Secretary of State.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—se. Office of the Register of
This is to certify that the within ir.atru
ment was fl'.ed for record in this office at
St. Paul on the 3d day of December \ D
1898, at 2:40 o'clock p. m., and th>at the'gam*
waa duly recorded In Book G of Incorpora
tions, pages —.
BDWD, G. KRAHMER,
Register of Deed*.
By JF. L. Breen, Deputy.
Us! and Found.
iJO Wor«in or Less, 2Oc.
S<w^ PROpRIETOU of the great French Ey»
VVater; beat reruely known for weak or in
flamed eyes, granular or scaly eyelids etc •
25e per bottle; if your druggest don't keep
IV ScP d» d r, ect oto ?" A- UrAam. 11l H. 7th
St., St. Paul. Sent by mail postpaid for 25c"
Notice of Execution Sale.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an
execution directed and delivered to me, and
now in my hands, issued out of the District
Court, Second Judicial District, State of Min
nesota, in and for the County of Ramsey,
upon a judgment rendered in said Court in
favor of Eliza A. Mo-ore, plaintiff, and agaiust
Walter Hewitt, defendant, I have levied upon
all the right, title and interest of the above
named defendant, Walter Hewitt, in the fol
lowing described real estate, gituated,
tying and being in the County of Ramsey and
State of Minnesota, and described as follows
Lot numbered fourteen (14), In block num
bered six (6); lot numbered twelve (12) in
block numbered eight (8); lot numbered four
(4), in block numbered nine (9), o-f College
Piace East Division, according to the re
corded plat of said division on file and of
record in the office cf the Register of Deeds
in and fc/r Ramsey County, Minnesota;
Lota numbered two (2), three (3) and six
(b), in b:ock numbered thirty-one (31), of
Hewitt s Subdivision of block thirty-one (31)
and the south half (S. M>) of block twenty
three (23), of Lafo-cd's Addition to St. Paul,
according to the recorded plats of said sub
division and addition on tile and of re-card
in the office of tlfe Reg'ster of Deeds in and
for Ramspy County, Minnesota;
Lot numbered twelve (12), hi block num
bered three (3j, of Asylum Addition No. 1 to
the City of St. Puul, according to the recorded
plat, of said addition on flic and of record in
the office of the Register of Deeds In and for
Ramsey County, Minnesota;
Lot numbered twelve (12), in block num
bered twenty-seven (27); all of lot numbered
one (1) and all of the north twenty-five (N. 25)
feet of lot numbered two (2). in block num
bered eighteen (18); the east half (E. >A) of
north haif (N. %) of block twenty-one (21) of
Lafond's Addition to St. Paul, according to
the recorded piat of said addition ou file and
of record in the office of the Register of
Deeds In and for Ramsey County Alinne
Lots numbered twenty-six (26), twenty
seven (27), twenty-eight (28), twenty-nine (2:>
thirty (30). thirty-one (31). forty-four (44).
forty-five (45), forty-six (4G), forty-seven (47)
and all of the south cmc-half (S. %) of lot
numbered ninety-two (92), and all of lots
numbered sixty-ona (61), one hundred and
ten (110), one hundred and eleven (111), oro
liundrad and twenty-two (122),. one hundred
and twenty-six (126), one hundred and twen
ty-seren (127), cue hundred and forty-eight
(148). one hundred and fifty-five (lio), and
one hundred and fifty-six (166), of Hewitt's
Out Lots. First (Ist) Division, according to
tho recorded p!at of eald division on file and
of record in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for Ramsey County, Minne
Lot numbered eleven (11), in block num
bered ♦hirty-three (33) of Rice and Irvinu'a
Arlultion to St. Paul, according to the re
corded plat cf *aid addition on file and of
record in the office of the Register of Deeds
In and for Ramsey County, Minnesota:
Lots numbered one (1), three (3). five (5)
six (6) and ton (10). In block numbered ona
(1); lots numbered eight (8), fifteen (151, twen
ty-two (22), twonty-llve (25). twenty-six (20),
twenty-seven (27) r.nd twenty-eight (28), In
block numbered two (2); lots numbered two
(2). three (3), ten (10), eleven (It), twelve (12),
thirteen (18), flftcvn U5), sixteen (1G), seven
teen (17), eighteen (18), twenty-three (2^) and
twenty-four (24), in block number?*' "
(3); lots cumbered one (1), tv
(3). four (4). five (5), six id), s
eight (£),ln blcck numbered four i
bered one (It,two (2), three (3), feu
teen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen i
four (24) and twenty-five i2f>», in
bered six (6); lots numbered one (
three (3), four (,4), twenty VI')),
(21), twenty-two (22), twenty-thret
j twenty-four (24), in block numbe
(7), of Egbert O. llandy's Addition U „.,,*
of St. Paul, according to the recorded plat
of said addition on file and cf record in th«
office of the Register of Deeds in a\a\ fir
Ramsey County, Minnesota;
Tho west one-naif (W. &) of the n~rt:,w. t
one quarter (N. W. %) of section number d
ten (10) in lownship numbered twenty-nine
(29) north, of rang-^ numbered twen
(22) west of the fomiii principal meridian,
excepting therefrom four (1) acres hei
decrlr-d to tho rcil.-oad. according to h •
United State* survey th< r
The cast one-halt (B. 14) of the south/ at
I one-quarter (S. W. '.i), of section nl
i! 9). in township numbered twenty-ci |
north, of range numhertd twenty-two (-:'
west of ttie fourth principal mn>
r.ois numbered one (1), two (2) and :hr
(3). in block numbered nlnet i n (IS), of i
Vsiu-e Brown's Subdivision of blocks nit)
teen (19), twcnty-icur I'M) and !'.:»• • ;■
(K. Mj) of twenty-six (2ii). cf Stinson, ''.rm
and Ramsey's Addition to St. Paui, ac*oi
ing to the recorded plats of said subdivision
and addition on file ami of record in ll;o
office of the Register of Deeds In and for
i Ramsey Ccunty, Mlnnpscta;
All that part of the northwest quart; r of
the northeast quarter (N. W. '4 of N. EL 'i)
of section four (4), township twenty-eight (:S .
range twenty-three (23). !>ing north of Elagus
evinup and south of Skidruore anJ Casu dy'S
Park Addition to the C:ty of Sf. Paul, and be
tween Hersehel and Fairview avenus. ac
cording to the location of s '' av:;:u 1 and of
said addition, as shown by he plats on Hie
and of record In the office '' the Register of
Deeds In and for Ramsey County, Minnesota,
And that I shall on Saturday, the 24tii day
of December, A. D. 1898, at the hour of if n
o'clock a. m., of sad day, at the main t>i;
tronce (facing Cedar street) cf the Court
House and Cicy Hall building, in the Cliy
of St. Paul, in said county and state, pro
ceed to sell all the right, title and interest
of the above named Walter Hewitt in and
to the above described property, to satisfy
said judgment and costs, amounting to six
teen hundred and thirteen dollar* and fifty
cents, and two dollars increased costs, to
gether with all accruing ;'ost» < f s-ale, and
interest 0.1 the same from the twenty-eighth
day of January, 1897, at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum, at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash.
Dated St. Paul. Minn., Nov. 10, 1898.
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minnesota.
Markham. Moore & Markham,
109-112 Germania Life Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OP*
Ramsey, District Court, Second Judicial
Scandinavian American Bank, plaintiff, vs.
J. V. Wilde. Timothy D. Sheehan and F.-(<1
N. Dickson as receivers of the Minnesota
Savings Bank, insolvent; Charlai W. Hrud
ley; Wntts X. Davis; Edward Walther and
B. W. Shirk, defendants.
Notice Is hereby given that under and by
virtue of the judgment and decree in the
above enlitlrd action, entered In the above
entitled court on the 7th day of November,
A. i). 1S&8, a certified tran cript of which"
has been delivered to me, I, the undersigned.
Sheriff of Ramsy County, in the State of
Minnesota, as diiected by said judgment and
decree, will sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, on the 24th day of
December, A. D. 1898, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. at the Fouith str-et
front entrance- of the C ;urt Hou.e In the City
of St. Paul, in said Cuun'.y of Ramsey a d
State of Minnesota, the following dtsc-ribed
parcel of lard situate In the County of Ram
6ey, State of Minnesota, and d.ecrirxd in .ad
judgment and decree as loliows, to wit.:
Lots one (1) and two (2), St. Paul Central
Lota, in the City of St. Paul, according to
the recorded plat thereof on file and of
record In the office of the Register of Deeds
In and for Kamsey County, Mlnnesu: 1.
Dated St. Paul, Minnesota, November 9th
Sheriff of Ramsey County, Minnesota.
McLaughlin & Boyesen.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
901 Pioneer Pre-s tldg., St. Paul, Minn.
PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY.
I.\ THE DISTRICT COIRT OF THE
I lilted State*, for the DUirict of
Minnesota, Third Division.
In the Matter of Harriet Lambert,
llunkrnpt, in nankrnntey.
Notice of the first meeting of creditors.
Wher?as, on the 7th day of December A. D.
IS9S. upon an order of reference from the
clerk of said court, tho honorable Judge be
ing absent from this division, Harriet Lam
bert was, by me. duly adjudged a bank
rupt, pursuant to an act of congress aD
proved July 1, 1898.
Now, therefore, it Is ordered that the
first meeting of the creditors of said bank
rupt be held at my office, 108 Germanii Lifj
Insurance Building, in the City of St.
Paul, County of Ramsey, State of Minne
sota, at 10 a. m., Tuesday, the 20th day
of December. A. D. 1898.
It is further ordered that this order b*
published in The St. Paul Globe, a news
paper published In the County of Ramsey,
State of Minnesota, at least one week be-toro
the date of said meeting, and that notice
of said meeting be mailed to the creditors
of said bankrupt at their respective ad
dresses, at leaat ten days before its date.
M. DORAN JR.. Referee.
Harvey Hall, Attorney for Petitioner,
Chamber of Commerce Building, St. Paul