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mmm m a car SIUOEX >EATH OF JAMES 11. HAH- I.F.V FROM HEART F Vll.l HE PYTHIAN VETERANS MEET Aiinniil KN'dtoii and llan«|iiet of the j AaMOfiat ion liar I liixisrx Nen 1 (MBcera l>ls<haip.s Expected in tho Fire Department as a U«-nult «»f the Reoent lnv«-«tij;Hlioi« The N«wa of tht- Mill City. fiL OBE S MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE, ** 20 WASHINGTON AY. SCUTH. j MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 20.— James H. Manley was takt>n ill on a Sixth avenue North strtet car this evening and died In a few minutes, after being carried Into a drug store at Humboldt avenue. Mr, Manley was about sixty-live years •>:' age and was employed as ele vator attendant by the Manley-Ball Ciga-i company, -39 First avenue north. Jiis address was given as <>s Twelfth Street north, but a call at that number brought Forth no Information regarding him. !i was stated that no one of that nanio had ever lived at that number. IV; uty Coroner Downey viewed the remains and had them taken to the morgue, where a i>ost mortem will be he'ul today. It is thought that death was due either to apoplexy or heart disease. !• VTHI A \ V KTKK V>S. Third Viiuual Meeting i>f the Asso fialiou at Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 20.— The Pythian Vet eran assooi.itlon banqueted tonight at the Hobvs. that being the culmination of the third annual meeting of the association. At Lhe conclusion of the menu an address of welcome was d llverad by E. H. Milham. St. Paul, the retiring president who ulso was ) toastmasUT of the occasion. E. W. Durant, Still-»ii:er, delivered an address on Pythian ism, and C. L. Lowell. Faribault. paid a tribute- to depart d members o* the associa tion. At the bujiuess meeting of the association during the afternoon the following were elorud as officers: President. A. C. God frey. .Minneapolis: first vice president, C. L. Lowe!!. Faribauk; second vice president. E. W. nurani. Stillwater; third vice president, John Wright: secretary and historian, J. H. Heiss^r- treasurer, F. W. Delamater; chap lain. .Joseph Abranis; necrolcgisr. George D. Emery; trustees, J. H. Reppe, Frauk Snyder and Joseph Abrams. Synod Is Invited. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. ».— Gethsemane and Zlon Evangelical Lutheran churches of the North side have united in extending to the Joint synod of the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran churches an Invitation to hold it 3 n«xt session In this city. The synod embraces the entire L'nited tSaies. Dlmliu ri;!-> May Follow. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 20— It is believed that come sensational evidence regarding the conduct or" some members 0: the fire depart ment was brought, forth last week when four members were up before the chief engineer. The flre committee will pass upjn i.he mat ter at its meeting tomorrow. Some dis charges may follow. Itar Association Elects. MINNEAPOLIS, Fe-b. 20.— The Minneapolis Bar association toda/ elected the following officers: President, Hlliam H. Norris; vice president, Charles A. Wlllard: secretary, John T. Baxter; treasurer. E. S. Waters; executive committee. Ralph Whelan, A. B. Choate, O. M. Ferginon, E. C. Gale. C. J. Bartleson, library committee, Stanley R. Kitc'iel, Fred B. Dodge, James S. Best; discipline, A. B. Jackson. F. R. Hubachek, A. Ueland. UIWEAPOUS BREVITIES. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 20.— A dinner In honor or ('. E. Piper, Chicago, supreme scribe of Jhe Royal League, was given in the Hotel Xi j.lei v: Unary this evening. The infjr.t son of Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Hears, f Excelsior, died this morning. Tho Peavey Grain Line company this morn ing, through County Attorney Ree"d, submitted to the county commissioners a proposition to settle the state's claim for $S,OOO of delin quent taxes apralnst the rolline stock of tha company o:: the basis of the l.vV law for about |800. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schmidt, of this city, were seriously injured while driving at Osseo this morning. They were crossing the track, weat of the depot, when they were struck by a train. Mlnnei'^olis E.ks are contemplating a cliaage of quarters. At tha business meeting next Wednesday ni^lit the building committee of ti'at orga::iz2. f ion will probably bring in a favorable report on the proposition of W. H. Eustis to houae the Minneapolis Eiks ia hla building at Sixth street and Hennepin avenue. STILLWATER. Mrs. Rlcberfa Injuries Fatal Bad Wonthcr tor LoKgera. STiLLWATER, Minn., Feb. 2ft.— (Special.) -Mrs. Fred Richert, of Xfton, this county, wii.i was br.dly burned about the head and tace on Saturday by reason of the explo sion of a gasoline 6tove, died yesterday of her Injuries. She was forty-one years of ag". and was the wife of the postmaster at Afton, who, together with l'uur children, survives her. C Rufus E. Golf has returned from an ex tended trip to tlie logging districts, and says that conditions are discouraging because of th~ warm weather and poor roads. Many loggers are of the opinion that they will have to give up hauling in the near future unless a cold wave occurs. A 1 rew of ;nen at the South Stillwater boat yards began work today on the steamers Comet and Vernie Mac, of the Interstats Park Navigation company 'a line. Both boats THE EXCELENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes Ifriowh to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing- the trite and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Pigs is manufactured by the California Fig Steup Co. ohly, a knowledge of that fact will fOTBt one in avoiding the worthless S Stations manufactured, by other par- S. *t he high standing of the Cali- Imjia Fig SyrTJp Co. with the mcdi- I jgrofession, and the satisfaction lioh the genuine Syrup of Figs has 'on to millions of families, makes tne name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is faj in advance of all otfcsr laxatives, as _it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowejs without irritating or weaken ing' them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember tho name of the Company — CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAX FBAKOISfIO. C>>. VO r 1 5 Tl T. L E. Kj. X£W YOltK. I> . V. will be refitted, and the company will also rebuild the AbnerrGile. Two girls were arrested Sunday for dis orderly conduct in a room on South Second street,- and one of them was given a twelve days' term in the county Jail. The other was also sent to the county Jail while Judge Doe took the matter under advisement ; but both girls were released this afternoon upon promising that they would reform. The funeral of Mrs. Rortha Uettke will be held tomorrow afternoon from the fam ily residence In the town of Stillwater. \ NORTHWEST NEWS. I 111 1:11 I'i'li A NOT Hi. It. loivn M.i 11 Murdorrd Willie Flu In Inn for Hit Brother-ln-Law. MASON CITY, 10., Feb. 20.— James Al'.l son was murdered by L. It. Bone. Bone had had trouble with a man named MHligan. a brother-in-law of Allison, and they met in town Saturday. Allison did Milligau's light ing for him. but after exchanging a few blo.w*, they quit and made up. Bone, however, pur chased a butcher knife at a hardware storo and overtook Mllligan and Allison as they mere driving home. He commenced to abuse them, and Allison jumped from the wa^on | and strui'k him. Bone whipped out his knife | and stabled and slashed his adversary sev- | eral times and then ran. Allison died within an hour. Bone was captured at the home ol his father-in-law, and has been placed in the county jail here. Charles Tolbeid was ar rested, charged with being an accessory to the crime. I'I.KKV POSTOFKICE CLERK. W. 11. GIMkM t«|iluii'» a Burglar WbO Dixtarliftl Hlh . Slninlipi'. ST. PETSR. Mina., Feb. 20.— An attempt was made early this morning to burglarize the St. Peter postofflca. but was frustrated by W. H. Gresham, iipad clerk in the post offlce. Gresliam sleeps iv the office, and was awakened by someone entering the window. He grasoed his re\olver and sprang to his feet. The burglar saw him and fired five shots, all whizzing close by Groshams head. Greshajn fired twice, the last time striking the burglar and knocking him down, al though the bullet struck something in his porkft and did not inflict any woun<r. Gresh am then overpowered and captured the burg lar and marched him off towards the jail, being joined on the way by the night police man. Thy prisoner gave his name as Charts Valentine. HESF.It VATION AMEXITIES. # Two Cn.Mes of Assault Involving; tlie Indiuu Fair Sex. WALKER. Minn.. Feb. 20.— (Special.)— The wife of Bibault. who is now under arrest charged with killing Capt. Barclay last fall, will be arrested for assault with a knife upon Maud Weaver. On Sunday morning Jim Taylor's wife called on Mary Wright at the agency and split her head open with an ax. Liquor is the cause of all thi3 trouble. The Indians, it is alleged, are given all the liquor they want here, and no one can tell what the result will be. United States marshals will be sent for tonight. Both patients are under the care of Dr. Hart. ENGINEER MISSING. One Life Probably Lost in the Port Washington, wis,. Fire. PORT WASHINGTON, Wis., Feb. 20— Last night's fire, which totally destroyed the plant of the Wisconsin Chair company, covering three blocks, and leaving waste three addi tional squares, was finally brought under control shortly before 3 o'clock thi3 morn ing. The loss to the chair company will be about $3iK>,OCO. fully covered by Insurance. The loss to other property will amount to about. $st).<><>>, partially covereu by Insurance. The small losses were sustained by about thirty or forty individuals. Engineer Cuckle, of the chair compauy, is missing, and it Is feared was burned to death. Golden Wedding: Jubilee. ST. PETER, Minn.. Fab. 20.— Mr. and Mrs. Nela Benson, of Seandran Grove, celebrated their golden wedding Saturday evening, en tertaining a number of friends. The worthy couple were married in Sweden, coming to this country and locating in Lake Prairie in 1871. Mr. Benson is 73 year 3of age, and his wife three years hi 3 senior. They have three children. A. N. Beuson. living at home; Olof Benson, of Gibbon, and Mrs. T. Thorson, of Winturop. Volunteers In Ulnck Face. BRAIXERD, Minn., Feb. 20.— The Twentieth Century minstrel and specialty entertain ment giveu at Gardner hall, under the au spices of Company L, was immensely en joyed by the large audience present. The boys were la fine fettle, and gave a smooth and finished performance, which won fre quent and hearty applause from the auditors. Everybody was well pleased with the enter tainment throughout. Horse Growers Organize. STURGIS. S. D.. FeiT). 30.— The leading horse growers of the Black Hills met in Stur gls today and formed the' IV.ack Hills Horse growers' association. Henry Wytteubach. of this city, was elected president, and John G. Weni«, secretary. Their purpose is to in corporate and do ail possible to protect their intertots. both at home and in Eastern and European markets. Address Was Clear and Concise. MASON CITY, 10.. Feb. 20.— State Assist ant Counsel Hum closed his argument In the Hughes murder case this morning. Ex- Senator Glass is now presenting his argu ment for the defendant. John Cliggitt will closa for the defense, and State's Attorney Teh'ord for the state. St. Pnnl Get» It. MOORHEiAD, Minn., Feb. 20.— (Special.)— Kenny Bros,, of St. Paul, were awarded the contract for furnishing a 125-horse power boiler for The electric light and water works plant of the city tonight. The contract price is $1,727. Have you seen the Globa Almanac— at all Newsdealers — 25c. Murdered His Wife. PEI'.RY, 10.. Feb. 88.— While insane as tho result of the grip. Frank M. Llddell. an en gineer, who has been pulling the Milwaukee flyer from here to Omaha, killed his wife ■with a cleaver. Dam Went Out. RED WING, Minn., Feb. 20.— (Special.)— The mill dam at Mazeppa, which was built last year at a cost of $",000, went out this morning. NORTHWEST NEWS NOTES. ROCHESTER. Minn., Feb. 20.— Company No. 5 of the First regiment, uniform rank Knights of Pythias, held Its annual instal lation of officers, and underwent the cus tomary inspection. The ceremony was per formxl by Col. E. S. Meade-, of the First regiment of Winona. The officers installed are as follows: Sir Knight Charles N. Stew art, captain; Sir Knight Joseph A. Bear, first lieutenant; Sir Knlgnt Clare W. Blakely, second lieutenant; Sir Knight J. H. B. East ou, guard; Sir Knight Ellis Whiting, Sen tinel: Sir Knight E, H. Walden, Recorder; Sir Knight Ed F. Cook, treasurer; Sir Knight George W. granger, chaplain. PLAIN VIJfIW, Minn.. Feb. 20.— The annual meeting of tho Green-wood Prairie Old Set tlers' association has been held and officers elected as follows: President, C. D. Burch ard; vi:e president, D. D. Harrington; secre tary. George R. Hall; treasurer, F. D. Wash burn. COOPERSTOWN. N. D., Feb. 20.— Tom Lakewood.Lakewood, a farm hand from the Cooper ranch near here, was taken to the in sane asyh*ni at Jamestown, having been found insinß by an examining board here PIERRE. S. D.. Feb. 20.— Memorial services for Lieut. E. A. Harting were held at the opera house In this city. The services were attended by the fire department, the camps of Modern Woodmen, he being a member of at the time of going Into the service; the members of the G. A. R. and those of tae old militia organization in the city. Great Railroad Centers. The greatest railroad center in the world la Chicago. In the country lying between Lake Michigan and the Pacific coast, St. Paul and Minneapolis are the most important rail road centers. Tbe first road to connect Chi cago with the Twin Cities was the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul— the pioneer Una It has since been the pioneer in adopting im provements tending to make travel safe and comfortable, and has steadily maintained Its popularity. Its Pioneer Limited train run ning between the Twin Cities and Chicago is the only perfect train in_ the world. Have you seen the Globe Almanac— at ail I Newsdealers— 26o. MEWS OF RAILROADS MR. PLOIOIH ON Till: 111 MOlir-D AI»SOHPTIO.\ QF THK l)li.lTll NOT AN IMPROBABLE DEAL >lllwnul. ;-,. llcim Ileen HiiylitK' Other Pwyei'Uei, and (lie St. Paul-Uu lutli 1. 1n.-, \\ iili Hn TcmitiiaU at the Hi-iul of the Luke*, Vi >nl.l Ue <n Materltil AdvantiiK'e I" Com lietliiK' \\ lth the Oniuhu. The Wall street News of New York has revived the rumor of the purchase of the St. Paul & Duluth by the Mil waukee, and yesterday Vice President Plough, of the St. Paul & Oulufh, ad mitted that while the sale had not been consummated it was not an improbable deal ;md mignt go through at any time. He sairt tbat such an absorption by the Milwaukee would be quite natural. £aid Mr. Plough: ■"I am sure that the Milwaukee would bo glad to have the property. The road is In as good condition v* Uioir own line, and would cfEVr them the best connection to the heud of the lakes. A large i ir; or' the bu li nes* of the St. Paul & Ouluth is din.* with the Milwaukee, although I could aot Bay whether a majority of the freight turned over to us cornea from them or not. "The stockholders of the Duluth are per fectly content with the property as it now is run. It is a giod paying investment. Th" 1 preferred t.tock is 105 or 106, and the i-ommcn about 45. An independent lino between su many longer systems will, however, natural ly flr.d it to its advantage to join cne of them sooner o-r later. "The stock of the St. Paul & Du'.uth Is said to be scattered ainons; small holders, and I do not know of cny movement at the pres ent time to turn the line over to the Mil waukee or any other company. Th« motive, however, of the Milwaukee to acquire the Du'.uth extension is not hard to find. It Is one of the nust important ?nring wheat roa 's, and the control of the Du'uth, with Its splen did terminals at th? head of the lakes, would be a material advantage to them in compet ing with the Northwestern aad Omaha system to the lakes." The Wall Street News says: 'The total capital stock of the St. Paut & Duluth Is about 59,500,000, of which $4,791,000 la preferred and $4,660,000 common. Tie pre> ferred. however, can be retired, and Is, in fact, btilng reduced from year to year by special funds. The income of the land grant is applicable to the retlrernant of^the pra fejred stock and the whole issue eou-ld ba taken up in any financial reorganization. This would leave only the common to deal with, and wj>uld make the acquisition of the road a simp'.e matter." The Si. Paul & Duluth stockholders and those of the Stillwater, Taylor's Falls and Grantsburg branches met yesterday and the branch lines were formally turned over to the St. Paul & Duluth. The stock In these roads has been owned by St. Paul & Duluth directors and stockholders for some time, s?o the transfet- was merely a mat ter of bookkeeping. SOO GOT THE SOLDIERS. Chioajfo-St. Panl Lines, However, Decide Mot to Disturb the Kuicn, Th» Eastern rates have been broken by tie Soo and the St. Paul-Chicago lines are awaiting developments to see whether the Soo can make trouble enough to warrant a rate wax. The trouble arises from the Soo' 3 soldier rate to Boston*. The regular standard rate is $24, but the Soo has cut the rate to $19 by its own admissions and to $16.73 by the statements of the St. Paul-Chicago roads. The difference is in the price of a sleeper. ( The Soo last night took a train full of soldiers to Boston. As soon as it became known that 140 soldiers of the Seventh in fantry were to be discharged and returned to Boston, where they enlisted, the Soo madu a cut rate and notified tho soldiers of it be fore the St. Paul-Chicaso and Eastern lines knew what was in tho wind. When they tried to get the soldiers they found that moat of tile men had already engaged passage on the Soo. and at a meeting which was held yesterday they decided that it was not. worth while to make a reduced rate for the few men that the Soo had not captured. The laU tor were very much disgm-ted yesterday wnen they learned that only those who went on the Soo could get reduced rates, for they had to go to points distant from Boston, in South ern states, and to Philadelphia and New York, whore the Soo rates did not apply. They -were all charged full fare by the other lines. The question mow is whether the Soo will keep its Midler rates In force. If it doss, the other liue3 will have to do something. MAKES AX OPEN CUT. Soo \ 11 11 ounces a Reduction to the Coast on Three Days. Tho Soo line yesterday made a flat rate of $26 from the Twin Cities to Vaaetfuver, Vic toria, Seattle and Tacoma, to be effective today, March 7 and 21. This action was taken by the Soo line and the Canadian Pacific to meet the hoineseek ers and settlers' rates to the coast of the Great Northern and the Northern Pacific, noica of which was given Saturday. The round trip rate to the coast will be $52. The rates to the Kaotenal country will be $24 50 This Indicates that the three transconti nental lines will become involved in a rate difficulty unless the linea all maintain rates on other dates. The difference between the American line rates and the Soo's is that the former lines profeaa to confine them to homeseekers and settlers, v.-hi'.e the Canadian" line makes it an open rate. This alone is calculated to precipitate trouble. The St. Paul-Chicago linea are watching the affair with interest, because It may involve them, although the present indications point to a strict maintainance of rates by t.ho9*i lines. At the same time it is admitted that the situation is grave and trouble may at any hour break out. Railroad Xotes. Among the railroad men who visited thle city yesterday were Archibald Gray, of the North American Trading and Transportation company, of Seattle; J. G. Mooney, Northern passenger agent of tho Great Northern, at Duluth, and P. S. Byron, assistant general passenger agent of the Lake Shore, of Chi cago. The first of the spring excursions of the Jobbers' Union begins today, when retail merchants may visit this city to buy goods a.% reduced fares on all roads. The round trip fare is a fare aud'a fifth. The tickets will be sold Feb. 21 to 27, and will be good until March C. The Brayierd & Northern yeste-rday report ed that Its earnings last year were $184,458 20, an increase over the previous year of $78 - 898.90. The company's tax will be $3 689 16 an increase of $2,510.87. This is the last railroad report due from the roads thl3 year. Central Pacific Plan. NEW YORK, Feb. 20.— The Central Pa,elno reorganization plan provides for an Issue of JICO.OOO.OCO 45-year first mortgage refunding 4s. $25,000,<tf0 30-year 3^s. $?0,C00,000 4 per cent cumulative preferred, and $87,275,000 commcii stock. The syndicate takes all of the common slock and it is offered to sthare holders on the payment of $2 per share. The fixed charges of the new company are estimated at $4,873,000. The average met earnings of the Central Pacific for the past ten years were $4,893,259, increased to $3,r>02, --939 by incomes from sinking fund securities. n. & O. Equipment Allowance. CINCINNATI. 0., Feb. 20.— Judge Thomp son, of the TTnitea States district court. % day authored the receivers of the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern railway to issue re ceivers' certificates for an outlay of $3,490,000 in equipment and improvements of the read. Million t» Be Promoted. It is understood that J. W. Blabon pur chasing agent of the Great Northern,' is to be appointed general agent of that road at Seattle, to succeed Mr. Benham, who resigned last week. Mr. Forbes, the present storekeeper, will probably be appointed to take Mr Blabon'a place. Watch Auction Again. Because of some sort of a dickering which he claims to have made a trade for a brass watch, John B. Port, of Spring Valley, yes terday caused the arrest of S. Efron and 4. Lavansky, proprietors of a jewelry store at 185 East Third street. The charge against the accused is that of violating ordinance 1856, relating to auction stores. They were arraigned in the municipal court and secured a continuance until today. Lieut. Col. Gotzian Re*i«rna. Lieut. Col. Gotzian, of the Fifteenth Min nesota, stationed at Augusta, Ga., baa re signed his oommlMioa. to take effect in Karat THE ST. PAUL GLOBS —TUESDAY- FEBRUARY 21, 1899. BOY AND THE HATCHET. That Ih the Current Tuple In the City School*. Washington's birthday will be observed with appropriate exercises In nearly all the schools this afternoon. Tomorrow all the city schoolu will be closed. The following programme will bo given by the upper grades pf the Gorman school: Chorus— "Stars and Stripes Forever." Debate- -Resolved, That Washington was a greater man than JWnc^in. Affirmative— Hettio \'w Soelen. Rose Gal lagher, Mary Mollat, Bffte Beli:ber Mabel Collier, Lulu Gray. Adelle Longfleld Negative— Harry PodJaeky. CharTia Winter Albert Leppla, Ansel Blrnberg, Katie Han sen, Katie ('ail, Christ Hanson. Life of 'Washington— Members of the class Chorus— "Mouut Vernon Bells." » «-• This afternoon there .'will be exercises In all the rooms of the Lincoln school in honor of Washington's birthday. The following Is the programme for the Eighth grade -s°"* •■ • .."Before All Lands" The Sword of Gram" Ernest UJorklund "Our Heroes" Harriot Pugsley Leader Song .':..' Hail Columbia" 'The Old ochool Booka". Mamie Mullane I cmposltion— "Women of the Late •«2_* p '_ Allce Miaz The Bravest Battle" Bortie Lowe -* on K "Forth to the Battle" "The White Man's Burden"— ... _- Audrey Gardner ..£. a ' r ' Heroine" May Brennan The American Boy" John Cederbura Duet - •••■••■•■ ...Mandolin and Guitar Lizzie and Nannin Wlddel ;^ rown . <-*»' Washington".... Grace' Mullane A Model for \outh" Bertha Meidell f" n ,B "flag of the Free" Dialogue "A Revolutionary Tea" "The Ride of Oreatgrandmother M_S__i*)to__: Nellle Charles » • * _m h t VY h 0U "? Women ' s Friendly association will hold a book reception tomorrow from 10 a. m. to 5 d. in., during which hours the rooms corner of Seventh and Jackson streets will be open to guests who are Invited to rail, see the rooms and donate books for the library of the association. A Patriotic entertainment will be given in the evening, with music and addressef, for friends"" 6 W ° men ° f the aßSOolation a nd their • • • Sibley Council x o . 3. Jr. O. U A M will hold its regular meeting tomorrow "in new v. A. R. hall. 327 Wabasha street. The Minnesota societies of the Sons of the American Revolution and of t_f Sana of the Revolution will celebrate the U1& anniver 1^ °\^S^^B l h A%r£ U J%Jo° l l V* P^ Vs *^_ n. H n n - Da^' el 7' Lftw 'er will deliver the will Jn/nVi rUS ° f m kchool children win sing patriotic songs. * • * The following programma win b« given in the Doug-las school tomorrow "Hall to the Land"..... Qouuo< , Chorus. Tribute to Longfellow, Lowell Llnc.-.ln and Washington.. Marie Jensen A Seventh Thoughts About and From Longfellow -.. V)ll „. . A Fourth and A Fifth The Milage Blacksmith" Longfellow _. A Fourth grade. "The Dead Sinser" , Holmea Belle \ arEuni B Seventh " T ° H - W \,^ n _M^ •- ■ ■ — ..Holme. "I f „ M ,'. :dred Strebe, A Sixth. Longfellow .... j w Rll "TentUi '• ya "' Uth - Quotations from ' James R_ssVlV Loweil- h ° rUS ••m. n A and B SSxlh grades. The Commemoration Ode" T^wpli , A and B Seventh grade:"' Prelude to Msion of Sir LaunfaV. ...Lowell ■„_. „ Hel «n Bayard. A Seventh. The Herons cf Etev.-ooi" Langfellow ««■ n » Je^ St , c ° Brien - B B^th. My Captain! My Capltaln!" Whitman .<r> «., tt A M(1 B Seventh grades-. Battle Hymn of the Republio"... Howa Chnrua Quotations about Lincoln— urn. n_____ A an( ' B Seventh grade 'The GettyetHirw AMress" Lincoln „„ M . A Eighth grade. "The 22d of February" Brrant Daniel Wil«=an. A Fifth. 7 ' "Lnder the Old Elm" lm, A Eighth grad*». ;;|rNewHaiiCoiu^ia"; AEißhtl! cfSu: "The Name of Old G10ry".... Riley „_ Marion Fay A Eighth. " Crown Our Washington". . Buttorworfh FlfO, Sixth and Eighth 'pade-. h Drill of patriots with national airs— Fourteen girls "THE OLD SPORTS" T Furninh Part of the Bill at the Palm Garden. The new show put on at the Palm Garden for the initial performance of the week last evening proved popular with the audi ence, and. it the first night Indications hold good, will have a successful week's run. There is a diversity about the bill that does not Ure, and enough clever specialties and comedy turns to adequately entertain the Palm Garden audience. One of the features of the show is th» negro songs, buck dancing and cake walk specialty, done by James Gaffner and Dot Burton. The dancing is skillfully execulted while the cake walk is full of eccentricity and amusement. Laurine and Little Beth put on a contortion act, with some new tricks end Blanche Ward sings acceptably Sam Green sings several parodies amusingly while Franlde Simpson also entertains with new song 3. In a trapeze and Roman ring specialty Richard and Maggie Leonie do some difficult tricks in mld-alr, while Richard executes several startling feats of strength. Fay Les lie s soubrette tuwi is one of the best of the show. Paul, a vantriloqulst, adds not a lit tle to the entertainment. The performance opens with a short far"« entitled "Two Old Sports." CAUGHT In" THE CORRIDORS. George M. Phillipps, cashteT of the First National bank, of Northfleld, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Phillipps asserts that good farm securities for loans in Southern and Central Minnesota are quite scarce. In vestments of this nature are not easy to nnd. All the local merchants have Mr Phillipps says, enjoyed a flee trade, and there has been a solid progress made by business and farm interests at Northfleld and vicin ity. « • • Harvey Parrls, of Bismarck, was among yesterday's arrivals In the city. There has been no loss to stockmen during the cold spell, owing to the absence of snow. The last three days have been very warm, the thermometer ranging from 30 to 55 above zero. H. C. Plumley, of the Fargo Forum was among the North Dakota editors who ' went south a week ago. He told a Globe re porter that 300 new residences hai been built in Fargo within a, year. Col. and Mrs. W. M. Liggett returned yes terday from Vlcksburg. Miss., where they at tended tha state farmerY Institute. ' The colonel says It was so cold at Vicksburg with the thermometer 5 below zero that they had to come North to get warm. At New Orleans It was 6 above zero, and bitter cold at that. Bankrupts Are Discharged. Judge Lochren in federal court yesterday granted discharges In bankruptcy to the fol lowing petitioners: Belle M. Smfftllle, Du luth; Hewry F. IMerrmeyer, Milaci- Annie Barnard, Duluth: Patrick O'Grady Peter A Whaley, Dring E. Harper, John A. Marko«' Jacob Cohen, all of St. Paul. One Scarlet Fever Cane. Scarlet fever Is reported at the health of fice existing at 76 West Jesaamine. THE "SUNSHIIVE ROUTE" TO CALI FORNIA Via. "The Milwaukee." Every Saturday a splendid Pullman tour-lit •leeplng car leaves Minneapolis 8:25 a m (from St. Paul 8:35 a. m.), and run 3 throush to Los Angeles, California, arriving there at 8:25 a. m. following Wednesday, just four days. The "Sunshine Route" is via "The Mil waukee's" famous Hedrick Route to Kansas City, thence via A., T. & S. F. Railway through New Mexico and Southern California the pleasantest winter route to the coast in existence. Rate per double berth In this sleeper $6 00 from St, Paul and Minneapolis to California points. Apply to the company'^ agents for descrip tive pampJilets. maps and lowest rates or address J. T. Conley, Assistant General Pas seneer Agent. St. Paul. Minn. GRAIN-0 BRINGS RELIEF To the coffee drinker. Coffee drinking is a habit that is universally indulged in and almost as universally injurious. Have you tried Grain-O? It is almost like coffee but the effects are just the opposite. Coffee up sets the stomach, ruins the digestion, effects the heart and disturbs the who-le nervous syctem. Graln-0 tones up the stomach aids digestion and strengthens the nerves. There Is no-thing but nourishment in Grain-O. It can't be otherwise. 16 ai.d 25c per package. WfINT fIDS FOR THE GLOBE May Be Left at Your Nearest Drug Store /\t the Same Rates as at the Publication Office. Kelp Wanted-iales St. Paul and Minneapolis Ads. VO Wards or Less, 10c. Ont-of-Tou-n Adi. HO Words or Lea*, '4Oe. BARBER— First-flags barber wanted at Globe barber shop, Globe Bldg., corner Fourth and Cedar. EOOK KEEPER— <A good bookkeeper can flnd three weeks' work by addressing and giv ing reference. Y. oa.ro or Letter Carrier No. 17, P. Q. GOOD stout boy wanted. 591 Wabaaha at. GORDAN pressman and feeders wanted at the Abbott Printing Company, Union Bik. IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC, unemployed, and will work for $18 per week, write MacOon. ncll Bros^ 11 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. MEN TO LEARN~BARBER TRADE— We Lave more calls for help than we can sup ply; positions or locations for shops guar anteed; start now for spring rush. Call or ■write Mokr Barber College, 223 Washing ton ay. south, Minneapolis. Kelp Wanted— Females- St. Paul and Minneapolis Ads. »O Words or Less, 10c. Out-of-Toirn Ads. VO Words or Less, HOe. WANTED — 50 women and girls to do fancy work for us at home; $5 to $8 per week; write, with stamp. Standard Mfg. Co., 56 Fifth ay.. Chicago. WAIST HANDS— \Vante.l. at once, three ex perienced waist hands; also ladies' tailor 893 Selby ay. "WE WILL give good home and school priv ileges to smart girl 10 or 11 years old, from country preferred. Address, with refer ences. G 54. Glo.be. ___^ WANTED— Ten girls to learn dress outtlng and making thoroughly. In a short time; evening class from 8 till 10. 108 East Sev -_ enth st. WANTED— SIiver girl, dtsnwasher. chamber malds. Clarendon Hotel. For Sale, HO Words or Lets. HOo. FOR SALE— A bargain, Cherry office counter, 10 feet 6 by 2 feet 6, 4 drawers, 3 large double lockers. Excellent workmanship. We are going to move. Must sell at nnco. If Interested address N. B. C. care Globa. THE CARDOZO FURNITURE EXCHANGE- Company are now located In their elegant new store. 140-142-144 Bast Seventh St., Ryan block, with a complete new line of furniture, stoves and carpets; special dis count on all goods till March 1; old goods taken in exchange for new. _!____ Horses and Garrlagss. SO Word.* or Less, 2Oe. AUCTION, AUCTION, HORSES, HORSES— Barrett & Zimmerman and H. A. Winslow have constantly on hand 500 horses, farm mares and 100 head of mules; auction every Wednesday; private sales daily at their Midway Horse Market, Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul. HORSE AUCTION every Wednesday, con signments solicited. Barrett _ Zlmmer man's Horse Market, St. Paul. HORSES AND MULES— SOO horses and mules constantly on hand for sale at Barrett & Zimmerman's horse market. Time given if desired. MULES! MULE'S!— 2OO head of large and young mules for sale at Barrett & Zim merman's Midway Horse Market, St. Paul. HORSES — All kinds of horses constantly on hand at G. W. Wentworth _ Co.'s.S.St. Paul. S^ Gsws. J._.,J_ — VO Words or Less, !fOe. THOUSANDS of people who want to «lther buy or sell a cow, look under this head. Why not try It once. A penny a word is all It costs. instruction, SO Words or L'ss, %Oe. PLANO pupils given flrst-class Instruction; beginners a specialty; Mason method and Virgil table work; satisfaction guaranteed. Address O 85. Globe. THOUOUGH Instruction on the piano given to beginners; terms $10 per quarter — twenty lessons, of one hour each. Address V 85, Globe. Finanssal, %O Words or Less, SOc. J*| -HO, HO, $30, $40, $50. $100 TO LOAX on furniture, pianos, household goods " etc., without removal. Loans can b« pf paid In Installment*, reducing cost C accordingly. Promptness, privacy au<3 «» lowest rates. Guaranty Loan Co., 201 * Mauhattau Building. Robert and Fifth LOANS on household furniture, pianos, etc., without removal from your residence j mod erate rates; call and get rates; confidential; erivate offices. Minnesota Mortgage Loan Co.. 317 Pioneer Press Building. MONEY LOANED salaried people holding permanent positions wifti reliable concern*, upon their own names, without security; call Bnd get our terms and plan of lending before closing loans elsewhere; easy pay tnents; confidential. 317 Pioneer Preag Bldg. MONEY loaned on lite policies; of bought. U P. Van Norman. Guar. Bldg.. Minneapolis WANTED— SI,SOO five years; 6 i>er cent; no commission; first-class residence real ©state security. V 89, Globe. 6 AND 6 PER CENT~MON_Y to loan on Im proved property In St. Paul and Mlnn« apolls. V. C. Oilman. New York Life Bldg. Lost and Found. •■if) Words or Les*. »Oc. HANDKERCHIEF LOST— On the Intel-urban, oar or in St. Paul, lady's handkerchief, with, lace border. Return, to 91 East Third. POCKETBOOK LOST— Wine-col ared pocket book, batween Robert St. bridge and Cedar st. Return to Clara Peterson, ID and 21 East Seventh St., and receive reward. WATCH LOST— Lady's gold watch; Western and Laurel, between Rondo and Kent; re ward. Rondo st. police. Business Chances. VO Words or Less, VOc. CAN GET YOU GOOD FARM, Wisconsin, and sonu cash for stock merchandise. "Wilde," 512 Manhattan block, St. Paul. EVERYBODY wanting merchandise writes me, everybody with merchandise should; that's the reason. ''Wilde," 512 Manhattan block. St. Paul. INCOME-PAYING PROPERTY, St. Paul, un incumbered, for merchandise. "Wilde," 512 Manhattan block, St. Paul. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY to invest $200 or more, securing large, permanent income; capital safe, profits sure. H. Griffin, 11S0 Broadway, New York. $6,0C0.00 OR ANY PART, bonded stock, dry goods, notions, furnishings; nino months since purchase; fresh, clean, void odds, ends, remnants; little money, balance clear property, secures this elegant stock; lease expires 25th inst.; goods delivered any time thereafter. "Wilde," >El 2 Manhattan block, St. Paul. Miscellaneous. #O Words or Less, 80c. LA_>l_S. clean your kid gloves with MtlUr'g Glovine; for sal* only by M_-nn_etnier Bros., sole agents for the celebrated Victor 'Pique, Perrin's and Reynier Paris kid gloves, aad the best dollar glove In A_i~rie_. Agents and Agencies, SO Words or Lets, I JOc. BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION AS3BT9. $850,000; largest, strongest, best Minnesota life company; wants capable agents; givas producers every assistance. Address Doug la» Putnam, Secretary, St. Paul. OUR new possessions, all about "The Philip pines, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Cuba." four books In cne. Illustrated; outfit free. Agents coining money. Address National Pub. Co., Lakeside Bldg.. Chicago. SALESMEN for cigars; $123 month and ex penses; old firm; experience sine e^aary; In ducements to customers. C. C. Bishop & _Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Situations Wanted-Rfiales Anybody out of work in SI. Paul or Minne apolis may insert an advertisement under this heading free of charge. A YOUNG MAN wants a situation of some kind; capable of doing anything. Address R. R.. Globe. COOKS — Situation wanted by man and wife as meat and pastry cooks; references. Ad dress J 84, Globe. COOK— If any one desires the »ervice of a colored man as cook, in or out ot town, call or address 203 University ay. CLERK— Young man. 24, wants position as bill clerk, shipping clerk, or bookkeeper; experienced. C. C. Box 561, Minneapolis, Minn. EMPLOYMENT -Wanted, position by young man in wholesale store or office work of any kind. V 74. Globe. HONEST boy would like work of any kind. SSI Blair st HONEST young man would like, work of any kind; well acquainted with city; refer ences. Address Q. E.. 49T Cascado St.. city. HONEST boy would like work of any kind. 673 Blair st. RESPECTABLE young man desires position of some kind; can furnish first-class recom mendatlons. Address. 13. W. H.. 374 Duke. SALESMAN wishes pasition with old estab lished house dTy good* and notions on stock or traveling; several years' experienoe; ref ereutceg. W 84, Globe. STRONG, sober boy IS years of age wants work of any kind in city; can tend to horses; had experience as tinner; well ac quainted in city. Address H. S., 720 Kent. STENOGRAPHER— Position wanted^ by a competent male stenographer, who will work cheap. V 70, Globe. STENOGRAPHER — Competent young man stenographer of extensive commercial ex perience desirea permanent position; high grade ability. H 68, Globe. TRAVELING SALESMAN wishss position on the road; ten years' experience in Minne sota and the Dakotas; specialty lLns pre terred. Address O 84, Globe. WORK FOR BOARJ) — Young man attending school wants plaoe to work for room and board; best recommendation. Address G. G.. 48 Weat Saventh st. WANTED— By married man, SO years of age, work in store, office or outside; good refer fcneea. F 67, GloT>e. YOUNG man wants -work of any kind; day work preferred. Address S. W., 631 East Fifth st. YOUNG man would like position as watch man or other employment. Address D. Al 426 Blair. Situations Want sd-Femaies Anybody out of work in St. Paul or Whtne apolis nuiy insrrt an a-iverttsrment vnder this hi a,1 ,.. g free of charg.: A POOR WOMAN wishes to go out washing, cleaning and scouring; give me work, for I need it. Address 596 Blair st. ANY ONE wishing good, competent help, please call at Capitol Employment Office, as we have all kinds of girls waiting places. 505 Wabaslia st. BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, position as assist ant bookkeeper and stenographer; will take small wages on the start, with a chance to raise. Address T 66, Glob.'. DRESSMAKER, stylish and rapid] wishes work in families; perfect fit; references. Ad dress 88 Park place. IlOUSEiK!E>E>PE>R— 'Elderly lady desires posi tion as housekeeper or nurse for invalid; can furnish best references; speaks German and English. Addre&s 309 STaith ay. STENOGRAPHER— Simation wanted by a young lady stenographer; four years' ex perience; best of references. Address V 74 Globe. STENOGRAPHER— Wanted, by lady stenog rapher, half-day position; references given. Address H 62, Globe. STENOGRAPHER desires position; have had experience and can furnish references. T 65, dtebe. m WASHING— "Woman -would like day work; ■washing. Ironing or house cleaning. Ad drtis 126 Blair, up stairs. ■WASHING — A good laundress v.-lsh9s work by the day; washing and ironing, In fami liea. Call or address 37SVa Jay st., In rear. YOUNG lady would like position In doctor's office or some other day work; can furnish. references. Address G 34. Globe. RELIEF SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT^ REGISTER. Office 141 Bast Ninth st. Telephone. Ig3. MAN — We can furnish a good, strong, handy man for wholesale house or any othtr such work. BOY— A bright willing boy for office or er rand boy: needs work badly. SB WING — We have several good women Ttha ■want to get plain eewing to do; also a woman who can do all kinds of crocheting, etc. NURSES— We oan furnish efficient -women to care for the sick. WOMEN—To do washing. Ironing and clean- Ing can be had from this office; also men to do odd jo-ba. yoo<l sawing, etc. l|j|| Pianos and Organs, j| HQLJtH ~° Words or J.. ■.».,, Voc. PIANO FOR SALE— Upright piano', worth $450, for $150. Apply at 2030 Dayton ay., Merriam Park. WTIY NOT sell your old piano and got a new one. There is a big demand for second hand pianos. A little ad in the«« columns will do the work. The coßt Is only a penny a word. Business^ Personals. SO Words or L«?s, SOt. VARICOOEILE, PCX UAL WEAKNESS AND all nervous and private diseases cured. Ca!l or address Room 206, _M»rrili Building. St. Paul, Minn. Cases treated by mail. PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE T isite-il Staten for (hr Third Dis trict of Minnesota — In Bankruptcy-. In the Mattel ot \ Frederick A. \ In Bankruptcy. Payne, Bankrupt.; NOTICE OP FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS. To the creditors of Frederick A. Payne, of St. Paul, In the County ot Ramsey, and District aforesaid, a Bankrupt. Notice is haiwby given that on the 2>>t,h day of February, A. D. 1899, tho said Frederick A. 'Payne waa duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors wiil be held at No. 58 Germania Li/.o Building, in the City of St. Paul, on the 3rd day of March, A, D. ISS9, at 10 o'clock In th«> forenoon, at which time the said cred itors may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may proper ly come before said meeting. Dated February :oth, 1S9!». M. DORAN JR.. Referee in Bankruptcy. Frederick A. Pike, Attorney for PeiitionM", New York Lit* Building, St. Paul, Minn. 7 g|Nk Houses for Rent. IBWHT HO Word* or !..-»*, -'He HOUSE— For rmt, .-heap, 8-room house- all modern uonvenien.es; gas, water and bath; Up. Hague ay. Inquire 2t> East Sixth at. Y ?v. U are readln X this column now: so are thousands of others wl:o either want to buy or sell a house. A few cents expended for an ad in thetie columns Is sure to brine you many customers. A penny a word Is the cost. j|jftk Houses for Ssle. YOU are reading this column now; so are thousands of others who either want to buy or sell a house. A f&w cents f-xpended for an ad in these columns is sure to bring you nuiny customers. A penny a word is the coat. Rooms for itent. SO Words or Lent, 100. ROOMS— At Hotel Fey. corner Cedar and Seventh; one block from all street car lines two blocks from the theaters, furnished rooms by day or week, with steam heat. bath, etc. Transient trage solicited. Stores for Ren!. SO Word nor Lett, «oe. STORK occupied by Laverliig will be for rent March 1; store, 40x100 r&et; one of the best locations In the city. 3biJ and 388 Wahaslia St., near Sixth. Robert P. Lewis <' 3 nipar.y, Sherman Block. FOR RENT— Store corner Seventh and Olive. Knauft's block; splendid location for re'ail grocery. Apply F. Knauft, 115 Bndicott Arcade. Offices for Rant. HO Words or /.-.-.». SOe. FOR RENT. LARGE OFFICE. Plenty of daylight. Electric lights. ROOMY VAULT. Stationary Wash Bowl. Rent reasonable. For particulars inuuire ASSISTANT MANAGER. THE GLOBE. Newspaper Row. Board Offered, SO Words or Less, 10c. BOARD — Pleasant front room; stoam-heated, gas, bath; also side room; good table board very reasonable. lr> Bust Tenth at. BOARD — Pleasant rooms, with good board, at reasonable rates, at 167 Farrington corner S.-lby ay. WANTED— A child to board; best of care given. Address 701 Bedford at. Wanted to Rsi'. "O Words or Left, lOc. ROOMS— Wanted, three good. ur. furnish .'--I rooms ne-ar union dei»ot. Address X .;> Globe. fKtdfeai. HO Wordi or I rss. 3Oc. LA DIRS? Chictesfer's EmSA Peaaynmu PBh 'nianwi Rr.r.u), the Ceet, -. ' : Takj no othtr. Send 4c.. Ha. .a. • -v. for ImH-.5," iv venn t.y Return fs?a''i. -' - UtL.visu. Cnlchaa-er Cawakal Co." Vh,!:i-;.->. IF YOU have a good mcd! it will pay you big to have a i) this CGlumn. The cost is ss-.all, the returns large. Why not glvejt a trial? I . ! JL3S&. Massage -'« Wvr-h: or i »..:>,)r. i AXXA MACK, from" Chicago; Steam, tub, medicated baths; select massage; profes sional operators; open day and night; It 8 Eaat Seventh st. VR. STELLA FREMONT, nr-ssago. vaj>or and electric baths; treatments given ior rheu matism. Room 4, 165 East Seventh St., cor ner Jackson. i MRS. LEONIE— From Paris— Ma=sage, Turk ish, vapor, alcohol and perfumed' baths; also electric treatment. Room S. 105 East | Seventh Et. I V^ Chiropodies, I, v 'iU Words or Lix-.'JOr. LOCKWOOD'S Good Luck Salve; ::est \hai for sor." f"et:al) drugg'-t^ps;?):!!-* 4 :>'. r*. A lesksKiiths. \&/ SO n on/8 or l.i-s ■, VOr. IF YOU are .a good locksmith and believa In expansion of business, why not keep a ■mall ad In those columns? ".Many people .would see your ad who have need for your services, but don't know now where to and you. A penny a word Is aJI it cost 3. Referees' Sale. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey — District Court. Second Judicial District Harmon Kingsbury Wells et al.. plaintiffs, against John S. Brown, et al., defendants. (Court File No. 65,779.) Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of & decretal crdar of the above entitled oourt made In the above entitled, action, there will be sold under the direction oi the un dersigned referees at public auction for cash, subjoct to the taxes and assessments against the same and subject to the approval of thi» court, to the highest bidder, at the Fourth Street Main Entrance of the Court House in the city of Saint Paul, in said county, on Wednesday, the first day of March. A. D. | 1899, at ten o'clock a. in., all the following pieces of real estate situated in the city of ! Saint Paul, in Ramsey County, in the stata I cf Minnesota, described as follows: I, ■» I twenty-one (21). twenty-two (22). twenty three (23). twenty-four (24) and twenty-five (25). ot Block Nineteen (19). of A. Vance Brown's Subdivision of Blocks Nineteen (14), twenty-fcur (24), and the east one-half of block twenty-six (26), of Stiusor;. Brown & Ramsey's Addition to the city ot Saint Paul, according to the plat thereof of record in the office of the register of deeds of said county. Dated, January 16th, A. T>. 1899. CHARLES 9. BENSON. FRED S. BERRY. ROBERT B. NI'TTIXG. Referees. _)__SinmnonS; STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF RAM sey—as. District Court, Sscond Judicial District John A. Loving, as trustee for Laura Bell Quigiey. Hattie E. Quigley, Eugenia T. Youug and Corinne Q. Watson, under the last will and testament of Thomas Qulßley. deceased plaintiff, vs. Harry C. Warren, Eugene C. Warren. Edward L. Warren, Ella M. Warren and Mary A. Warren, defend ant*. SUMMONS. The State of Minnesota to the above named defendants: You, and each of you. are hereby sum moned and reaulred to answer th>» complaint of the plaintiff In tho above entiUed action, which Is on file in the office of the Clerk of the eaid Court, at hla office, at St. Paul. M'.n ncsota and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office. In the City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey, vrithin twenty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclu sive of the flay ot such service; and. If y*>u fail to answer the said complaint within th? tlnvs aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint, together with the c:st« und disbursements herein. C. D. & THOS. D. O'BRIEN, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 210 Sl2 214 and 215 Globe Building. St. Paul, Minn.