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Saj« Grent Northern Muit Wlihrfraw
ColonUt Hate, and That nn Arbi
trary Rat« Mum De K*tiiMlnheil
Between Baal and Went—Alwo
"Want* All Turlff Hates an I*ul>
-1 it. hod Held to Strictly.
It was definitely announced yesterday
that the (lie.it Northern will maintain
the $15 colonist rate for the present. (Jeii
erai Passenger Ac'iii Whitney was asked
what would be the action of the road
considering the pressure brought to beat
by the Canadian Pacific ami stated that
the position taken by the Great North
ern for the maintenance of the rate
would be continued. For the present
at hast the mad will not make a
change, as business is picking up and
the rate Is a very desirable one.
With reference to the refusal of the
Canadian road to sign the anti-commls*
Bion agreement, Mr. Whitney stated that
two reasons were advanced. First, th»
Canadian Pacific holds that the Great
Northern must withdraw the colonist
rate. In addition it decrees that if It
the agreement an arbitrary must
l>o established between the East and
West, and tariff rates ;<s published must
be held to strictly. New York-Chicago
roads must not pro rate with Chicago*
Bt Paul connections. This agreement
would be received with favor by the
Canadian Pacific, which holds with jus*
tlee that American roads make and
break agreements so often that it has
not been ablo lo keep track of the situav
The Great Northern will not withdraw
the colonist raie. The East and West
lines refuse to establish an arbitrary and j
agree to maintain rates according t<»
published tariff for the reason that tho
Canadian Pacific with a line from coast
to coast through Canadian territory
would be able to make effective a lower
through rate and carry off the business
in the face cf the agreement. The lat
ter refuses to bind itself to an agree
ment in return for the concessions
It Is pointed out that with a rate of
120, Chicago to New York, or $22, Chicago.
Boston, the Canadian Pacific could wett
afford to carry the business from th&
cities via its line and the New York Cen»
tral for $23 to $25. The same rate via
Chicago would hi- ;i combination of fares
much higher. Tariffs strictly adhered to,
the Canadian Pacific could easily pocket
all the business out of the cities.
Northern Paclne' h Vice President
Homo From Committee Meeting.
Vice President Hannaford, of the
Northern Pacific, returned yesterday
from Chicago, where he attended a
meeting of a committee appointed by
Western roads to consider all matter*
relating to the anti-commission agree^
merit. The other members of the com
mit tc.- were President Felton, of the Al
ton; Vice President Harahan, of the Il
linois Central; Vice President Ramsey, of j
the Wabash, and Vice President Morton,
of the Santa Fe.
The committee reported that It found
no evidence that any railroad has vio.
lated the commission agreement, but has
ascertained that certain passenger of
ficials have secretly tried to break the
pact, employing various means. The
facia gathered by the committee will be
presented to the executive officers at
their New York meeting on March 7.
One tit' tlie principal subjects of dis
cussion was the maintenance of the im»
migrant traffic bureau of the Western
Passenger association. The matter comes
up in connection wiih the commission
agreement, in the ji^-i the roads in the
bureau have maintained their strengtu
by the payment of commissions to the
Steamship companies for every immigrant
delivered to the agent of the bureau in
New York. <>n.- proposition for the ova.
Bion of the agreement not t<> pay commis
sions on passenger business l« to expend
a tixed sum annually to go to the steam*
ship companies. Several of the mana
gers are paid to be slow in consenting
because of the danger that the courts
may interfere and order the pool dls
gat In fact or;. Condition of I'hskHlkit
Miiklnohh to Const.
Officials of one of the lines entering
Bt. Paul have recently made a thorough
canvass of the ticket market and the
condition of passenger business as far
west as the coast. The investigation
has been searching and has Included the
different branches of traffic most liable
tn disturb conditions. The result of the
Inquiry has betn perfectly satisfactory.
No instances of rate cutting- have been
found and the market everywhere has
presented a perfectly tight appearance.
No proof of transactions contrary to
agreement was secured against any
Tests made this week of the local mar
ket and the Minneapolis ticket market
have been failures as far as securing evi
dence is concerned. Broker.-? and scalp
ers are pushed liard for transportation,
and there seems to be no reason to
doubt that all roads at present are living
up to agreement.
gprlnic Movement of Wheat.
General Freight Agent S. L. Moore, of
the Northern Pacific, who returned from
Chicago yesterday, states that his roaj
is beginning to feel the spring movement
of wheat from the West to Duluth and
Minneapolis terminals. Shipments are
being freely made, and the movement is
Sufficiently advanced to be considered
permanently on.
The Great Northern reports a brisk
business and a rush for cars Country
elevators which have been holding wheat
since last fall are putting their stored
product on the market, and the farmers'
granaries throughout the West are be
ing emptied. Neither the Northern Pa
cific nor the Great Northern fears a
shortage of cars yet, though the spring
rush of business justifies the opinion
that the supply will not far exceed the
Wine Ont Differential.
It Is reported that Chicago-St. Paul
lines have agreed to restore the 50-cent
scale on through business from Minne
sota cities to the Atlantic seaboard via
Chicago. This will have the effect cf
wiping out the 20 per cent differentia!
heretofore insisted upon by the Soo Line
©f the Canadian Pacific and the weaker
Soads. With the 50-cent scale restored
he through rate will be $1.15 instead of
1.05 a* before. The differential wus es
abllshed last fall.
Illinois Central Rumor Confirmed.
OMAHA, Neb. March I.—Confirmation
Of the rumor that the Illinois Central
Kailroad company had purchased the
Omaha bridge and terminal property Is
found in the fact that G. A. Clark sud
erlntendent of the Omaha division of the
CentraJ, has also been appointed super
intendent of the bridge and terminal com
pany, vice P. J. Nichols, resigned. The
appointment takes effect at once.
Mr. Crocker Resigns.
BAN FRANCISCO, March 1.-Geortre
Crocker has resigned as director and sec
ond vice president of the Southern Pa
cific company, and as director and pres
ident of the Southern Pacific of Cali
Vnnkton Railroad Bridge.
WASHINGTON, March I.—A bill was
passed at the opening ol today's session
of the senate extending the time for the
commencement of the construction of a
bridge across the Missouri river at Yank
ton, S. D., by the Dakota Southern rail
road to March 13, 1901, ami its completion
to March 3, IW>4.
im:i»su\ \l and gbxeral.
The Canadian Pacific, as a result of a
meeting held this week in Chicago, has
agreed to stop cutting rates on trans
continental freight. American lines went
after their competitor with threats to
secure legislation debarring the road from
participating' In such traffic, and also to
establish steamship lines to compete with
those of the i'anadian road. The road
ha.s given satisfactory assurance that It
will not attempt to secure a 10 per cent
differential on tralilc originating In the
United States.
Employes on the Wabash have been
notified that rules against the use of
tobacco and frequenting saloons while
on duty will be strictly enforced.
Traveling freight and passenger agents
of the Central states will meet In Fort
Wayne on March 9. A social session and
banquet is planned.
J. M. liannatoril, vice president and gen
eral trattle manager of the Northern Pa
cific, is bark from Chicago.
I'resilient Mellen. of the Northern Pa
cific, is still in the city, though reported
to have left for Chicago.
George P. Crosby, general freight agent
of the Burlington lines west of the Mis
sissippi, is i n St. Paul.
P. C. Stoftr, genera] traffic manager of
the Great Western, will leave today for
.New } ork tit y.
General Superintendent I.yon, of the
Great Northern, has returned from an
inspection trip.
Henry Blakely. division freight agent of
the Northern Pacific, is making a trip
over the line.
General Traffic Manager F. B. Clarke,
of the Great Northern, has returned from
c bicaso.
Assistant General Freight Agent Balnl,
2 « Northern Pacific, has returned to
bt. Paul.
Garrett A, Dobbin has been appointed
traveling freight agent of the Santa Fe
Lively Incident in National Hilui-a.
tloisnl ANNcciiition Meeting.
CHICAGO, March I.—Today's session of
the department of superintendence of the.
National Educational association was en
livened by a lively three-cornered dis
cussion between Prof. W. O. Atwater,
of Wesleyan university; Mrs. Mary H.
Hunt, of Boston, national organizer of
the W. C. T. U. and Y. W. C. T. U. and
Mrs. Jennie Bolte. of Winnetka, 111., .a
delegate. The regular programme at the
morning session was laid aside and Mrs.
Hunt given the courtesies of the meeting
to answer Prof. Atwater's paper on "Al
coholic Physiology and Superintendence,'•
read by him yesterday. Mrs. Hunt de
nounced Prof. Atwater for "making pub.
lie statements as to the effect of alcohol
on the human system, which were not
the result of personal investigation," and
accused him of gross misrepresentation
throughout. As soon as Mrs. Hunt had
concluded Mrs. Bolte was recognized.
"The members of the W. C. T. U. do
not know what they are talking about,"
said Mrs. Bolte, amid considerable up
roar, "when they make such remarks."
She strongly protested againist the illus
tration and literature In the school phy
siologies in regard to the effects of alcc^
hoi, and which she said were the result
of legislation, sanctioned and urged by
the W. C. T. U., "the members of which
were not experts."
Supt. Charles M. Jordan, of Minneapo
lis, then presented a resolution, which
was referred to the committee on
resolutions for consideration, expressing
hearty approval of temperance instruc
tions bailed on sound pedagogical princi
ples In the public schools of the coun
The following officers were then elected
by a unanimous vote: President, L. D.
Harvey, state superintendent of ?duca»
tion in Wisconsin; first vice president, A.
X Whitcomb, superintendent of publlo
schools, Lowell, Mass.; second vice pres
ident, W. F. Slaton, superintendent or
public schools, Atlanta, Ga.; secretary,
F. B. Cooper, superintendent of public
schools. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Witness Testifies a« to Alleged Mil
trautment of Prisoner.
WASHINGTON, March I.—At the aft
ernoon session of the Coeur d'Alene in
quiry Edward Flanagan, a justice of the
peace at Mullan, related his experience.
He said he had nothing to do with the
riots or the blowing up of the mills; that
he was arrested without warrant and held
in the "bull pen" for eighty-seven days.
Here, he testliied, the treatment was bru
tal and inhuman, and the food was not
fit to eat. He also gave, with much de
tail, instances of alleged cruelty. At one
time the prisoners who refused to do de
grading work ranged in a "standing line,"
and the guards were ordered to shoot
anyone who stepped out of his tracks. At
another time tho prisoner who did not
move quickly was threatened by an offi
cer with being hung up by the thumbs
over night. The man was relieved, but
witness did not know whether the pun
ishment was inflicted.
Chairman Hull asked a question hand
ed him by Capt. Edwards, who was
present, as to whether the order to go
on the "standing line" was not because
the man refused to fill in a tunnel they
had excavated for means of escape.
The witness understood such a tunnel
had been discovered, but did not know
of the occasion for the order.
Witness was asked if the soldiers who
disobeyed orders were not treated the
same way the prisoners were treated.
The witness answered that, being citi
zens, the prisoners were not subject to
the same discipline as soldiers. He said
the "standing line" was maintained only
one day.
Law of Mexico a« to FVe>e Entry of
Their Effect*.
WASHINGTON, March 1. — Consul
Griffith, at Matamoras, writing to the
state department, warns wouid-be Amer
ican colonists in Mexico that the law only
permits the free entry of ihelr effects
when they have acquired the legal status
Qf colonists and come to settle on a gov
ernment concession. Much hardship and
unnecessary expense have been occa
sioned to Americans who have arrived at
the border in ignorance on the suoject.
Charles E. L.nts Shoot* His Brother
and Wife.
CHICAGO, March I.—Charles E. Lutz
shot and seriously wounded his brother,
A. D. Lutz, today at the latter's art store
506 West Madison street. He then fired
two shots at his sister-in-law, killing her
instantly. Charles Lutz was formerly
employed by Mr. and Mrs. Lutz as man
ager. He was discharged last fall. Today
he entered the store intoxicated, and a
quarrel ensued Immediately, which re
sulted in the shooting. The murderer
made no attempt to escape.
WANTED—A secondhand set of bar fix
tures. Write to J. P. Palmer, Hotel
Ryan, Fairfax. Minn.
LADIES—Free Harmless Monthly Reg
ulator; cannot fall. Mra, B. Rowan
Milwaukee, Wis.
Every Day
Is a
Good Day to
in the Globe,
Sunday Is
the Favorite
for Buyers and
Sellers of
Real Estate to
Meet in the
Columns of
The Globe.
Anybody oat of work In St. Paul o»
lllnnvapolU mar Insert an adver
tUement tinder this heading fre*
of eharee.
ACCOUNTANT—An experienced account
ant would like situation; has had four
years' experience in Canadian bank;
seven years' experience in real estate,
renting and Insurance business; also
has knowledge of bankrupt stocks; can
furnish best of references. Addres3 R
164, Globe.
AN EXPERIENCED young man would
like a situation; has had several years'
experience in wholesale and retail sta
tionery business; lives with parents and
can furnish best of references. V 193,
A YOUNG man attending school wants
to work for his board and room; pri
vate family preferred. William Nelson,
505 Baltimore building.
A YOUNG man wants a position to work
for his board and room while going to
college. Address J. C. Butala, 237 Pleas
ant ay.
A YOUNG MAN wants a place to work
for board and room while attending
school; private family preferred. Ad
dresß W. Nelson, 605 Baltimore building.
BAKER—A baker wants work at ones;
willing to leave town. Call 166 Martin
BOOKKEEPER—Wanted, situation as
bookkeeper bj a man of several years'
experle-nce. T 169, Globe.
BOOKKEEPER—First-class bookkeeper
and general office man seeks position;
quick and accurate; moderate salary;
or would accept position as traveler;
active, energetic. E 198, Globe.
130Y sixteen years of ago would like work
of any kind. P., 329 East Seventh at.
CLERK—Experienced hotel clerk, relia
ble and sober, married, wants work,
day or night: will leave city. Address
J. H. 8., 401 Fourth st. south, Mlnneap
olis, Minn.
CLERK—Wanted, by a married man of
thirty-two years old, position as clerk
in grocery store; (city) or country;
eighteen years' experience; can give
the best reference Address M., 215
Spruce, up stairs.
CLERK—Wanted, position by young man
as clerk in office; railroad preferred.
F. A. R., 211 Fuller st.
COOK and baker, first-class, wants sit
uation, in city or country. Address W.
T. Davis, General delivery, Minneap
EMPLOYMENT-A good honest young
man would like a position of some'kind;
can furnish good reference. L. H. B.
450 Goodhue st .____
EMPLOYMENT—A man wants work of
any kind; can give reference. Address
V 139, Globe.
EMPLOYMENT wanted by a young man
eighteen years old; experienced in gro
cery business; best of references. Ad
dress R.. £>2 Rondo Bt.
ENGINEER — Practical, experienced
hoisting engineer wants work; recom
mendations from last employer; also
experienced with other kinds of sta
tionary engines; strictly sober; any one
wanting such a man, either now, or
later on, please write me and I will
call. B 188, Globe.
GROCERY CLERK—A first-class order
and grocery clerk would like a position;
can speak English and German. Ad
dress N. 8,, 254 Duke at.
GOOD HONEST MAN wants to do odd
jobs or to get steady work of any kind
Address C. H. Hedstrom, 3Ssl.fe Wal
nut st.
HOSTLER—Respectable young man de
sires employment with private family;
good driver; understands care of horsfes
and harness, and good milker. Address
D 196, Globe.
HOTEL CLERK wishes position; four
years' experience making trains in
state; best reference; general work; city
or country. Address Clerk, 893 Forest
St.. St. Paul.
middle-aged man position as office as
sistant; familiar with correspondence or
general office work; satisfactory ref
erences furnished. X 151, Globe.
SITUATION wanted In store or office by
youth of sixteen who has had experi
ence In both; lives with his parents and
can furnish references. Address N 200
Globe. '
SHIPPING or receiving clerk or similar
work by man of ability and experience*
reference. T. H., 228 East Tenth st.
YOUNG MAN wants work of any kind;
has worked at the carpenter trade and
has tools. Please answer to A G X
1001 Fremont at., city. ' '
YOUNG man, a hustler, attending school
will work for his board mornings and
evenings. Call or address 605 Baltimore
Building, Seventh and Jackson.
YOUNG MAN would like work of any
kind; can furnish good references Ad
drees A. J. Al., 490 Banfll st.
YOUNG MAN would like to have woTk
of any kind in restaurant; need work
very bad. Address L. G., 397 Rosabel st.
Employment Reslater.
Office. 141 Eatt Ninth St. Telephone 188.
MAN—We can furnish a good, strong,
handy mar for wholesale house, or any
other such work.
BOY-A bright willing boy for office or
errand boy; needs work badly.
REPAIRING of trunks and valises want
ed by a man who understands the work
NURSES—We can furnish efficient women
to care for the sick.
WOMEN—To do plain sewing, washing,
ironing and housecleaning can be had
from this office; also men to do odd Jobs
wood sawing, etc
*i!O0 A MONTH- AgentH wanted for tho
Wonderful Powttor Kire Extinguisher;
entirely new; B*id stamp for partic
ulars. R. p. Gilbert., New Paynesvllle,
Minn. . „„ .
BARBER— Wanted ~at oTice^llrst^ajiii
white barber. Cataract House Barber
_Shop i Sioux Falls, S. D.
BARBER—WantedY barber at once, at
No. 206 East Seventh 'Bt.
INVENTORS to develop Ideas; list of 600
Ideas free; also traveling agent wanted.
Patent Market and Novelty Works, St.
Paul, Minn. _ ____
SOLICITORS—Wanted, good men through
the state to solicitor and collect for sick
benefit insurance; salary and commls
sion. D. H. Bradley, Kendrick Block.
WANTED—SI.OO Per Week—Ladles' and
gents' clothing, hats and shoes. Peo
ple's Credit Clothing Co., over 374 Rob
ert st.
WANTED—Traveling salesmen to sell
our painters' turpentine exclusively or
as a side line on big commission; this
In a profitable line for good salesmen.
Address Thomas M. Mcßee & Co.,
Manpfleld, Ohio.
for general housework. 336 Pleasant ay.
PIANO PLAYER—Lady preferred; must
read readily; come at once. 75 West
Seventh., corner Franklin. Kuenstler
SECOND GlßL—Wanted, second girl.
__Appjy with references at 554 Holly ay.
WANTED—Six chorus girls; must be
good singers, shapely and good lookers,
twenty years old and not over five
feet four Inches in height. Apply C. C.
Keener, Manager, Nicollet Hotel, Min
Anybody out of work in Bt. Patrt or
Minneapolis may insert an adver.
Uicmcnt under thi» faeadlug fr»«
A LADY would like the care of room*
or flat or other day work. Call 64 Kast
Seventh. Flat 8.
A GOOD washwoman would like wash
lng or Ironing by the day. 196 Smith ay.
A YOUNG lady would like position In
store or dentist's office; has had expe
rience. Address G 160, Globe.
music and art would .like to go abroad
with family welj-to-d,o; references. B.
8., 269 West Fifth.
AN ELDERLY -woman wants work
either a whole or part of the day; good
worker. Call or address 642 Jackson st.
A YOUNG LADY; desires a position In
doctor's or dentisit's office; can speak
English and German.' Call or address
288 Smith ay.. Flat 8-j
A YOUNG GIRL of eighteen would like
to go to Paris, or any other city, with
a family as nurse; am fond of children.
Address 1505 First st. north, Minneapo
_lis,_Mlnn. _ ■, ■
BOOKKEEPER—An experienced lady
bookkeeper and stenographer wishes a
position. Address M. M., 569 Goff ay.
COOK—A girl who Is a competent cook
wants a place in a first-class family;
food references given. Call at 189 East
enth Bt.
DRESSMAKER desires work In families;
good fit guaranteed; the best of refer
ences given. Address 191 Rondo st.
GIRL of seventeen would like a poslt'.on
to address envelopes and recopy letters.
Address M 158, Globe.
HOUSEKEEPER—Wanted, by a young
woman of Swedish descent, a place as
housekeeper. Address M ITS, Globe.
HOUSEWORK—Strong girl, age twenty
two, very intelligent, writes and reads
German and English but is deaf ana
dumb, wishes place for general house
work; best references. Inquire Room
209, 27 East Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK—A young colored woman
would like housework to do, or tak« |
care of furnished rooms. Address 184
Fairfield ay., West side.
HOUSEWORK—GirI wants place for
housework in small family; no washing.
Call or address 919 Agate St., up stairs
In rear.
HOUSE CLEANING—Two women would
like to go oat house cleaning. 230 Nash.
several languages, also willing ana
competent to make herself generally
useful, wishes position In refined family
going abroad. S 152. Globe.
MIDDLE-AGED lady, educated and re
fined, wishes to secure a position a*
overseeing housekeeper or take charge
of linen room in hotel. Address D 181,
NURSE—Competent and reliable nurs«
wants position to take charge of an In
fant; can give good referencea. Call or
address 674 Selby ay.
NURSE—Competent and reliable nurse
wants position to take full charge of
an infant; can give best of references.
CaU or address 737 QHve.
NURSE—Wanted, by experienced nurse,
confinement nursing. Call or address
581 Charles st., St. Paul, Minn.
STENOGRAPHER-Youn* lady having
just completed a course in stenography
desires position;, willing to work for
reasonable salary; best of references
furnished. Address Stenographer. 952
Mound st. , ■■:
STENOGRAPHER.—A young lady would
like a position as stenographer; has
had eight months' experience; can give
best of reference. Address S. N., 018
Canada st., St. Paul..,
STENOGRAPHER—A young lady stenog
rapher desires position; has had four
years' experience and can give good ref
erences. M 169. Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—An experienced lady
- stenographer would like a situation;
wages no object; can furnish re.fer
ences. Address D 177. Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—Young lady desires
position as stenographer: experience
more an object than salary. O 159,
SEAMSTRESS would like sewing in pri
vate families; will work for 50 centa a
day for the present. Address 8., 128
West Sixth st., Room 47.
SEWING — A competent dressmaker
wants work; first-class references and
satisfaction guaranteed; will work rea
sonable. M. P., 382 Fort St., city.
Mrs. A. Johnson. 642 L'Orient St.; will
call for and deliver goods.
WASHING—Wanted, washing, Ironing
and housecleaning; also cleaning of
fices. Address 8., 128 West Sixth St.,
Room 47.
WANTED—By an experienced person, a
position in a small private family; good
reference given If required. Address E.
J., 260 Rice st.
WASHING—Woman would like a few
days' washing or housecleanlnr each
week. Address 19 West Tenth sT
WASHING —Competent laundress desires
work in private families by the day.
Call or address*V., 537 Blair st., down
_stai r s. "
WASHING—A German woman wants
work washing c>f scrubbing, or any kind
of day work. Addreis 451 East Sixth.
WASHING—WowIn would like to" take
in washing at Kbme. : 809 Mississippi st.
&• -H —
WASHING —A good washerwoman would
like washing of. iron|rig. 19C Smith ay.
WASHING—Wanted, U> go out washing.
187 Western ay,, nortfr, up stairs.
WASHING—Woman would like to rcTout
washing or scrubbing, or housecleanlng.
__Address^ 23? Hmlth ay.
ALICE McBAIN— Clairvoyant, business
medium; test circle" Tuesday evenings.
63 East Seventh? St.. vßoom 10.
MRS. WILLIA^f clairvoyant and mas
saglslt, reveals Bast, present and future;
no sign; up stairs. 542 Cedar. Room 1.
GRAPHOPHONES, records, horns and
supplies for all talking machines kept
on hand. Largest stock In city. Drescn
& Co.. 101 East Fourth.
FOR SALE—Furniture and complete
household utensils in five-room house;
nice neighborhood; $125 if taken at once.
Address L 186, Globe.
a new hotel on the Minneapolis & 8t
Louis railroad. For further particu
lar Inquire of J. P. Palmer, Fairfax,
To Salaried People-
Money Loaned
At Lowest Rates,
Privately. Quickly, WlthoUt
To Ladien and Gentlemen
Holding Permanent Positions.
Ixmns returned In easy weekly or
monthly payments, to suit convenience
of borrower. No inquiries of their em
ployer or friends. Everything guaran
»™°3« d*? tlal- St- Paul Financial Co.,
Rgom^Ol; New York Life Building.
M -110. |20. |30, $40. |50. $100 TO LOAN
q on furniture, pianos, household
V' roods, etc.wlthout removal. Loans
JSj can be paid In Installments, reduc*
Elng cost accordingly. Promptness,
privacy and lowest rates. Guar-
V *n*y Loan Company, 201 Man
* hattan Building. Robert and Fifth,
CALL FOR TERMS on loans to salaried
people, or loans on household furniture,
pianos, etc.; they tre the lowest; no in
dorsers; easy payments: confidential.
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Company, 311
Pioneer Pi ess building.
MONEY LOANED on life policies; or
bought. L. P. Van Norman, Guaranty
Building. Minneapolis.
VA to 6 PER "CENT "MONEY, with the
'on or before" privilege, to loan on Im
proved property In St. Paul and Minne
apolis. R. M. Newport & Son. Pioneer
Press Bldg.. St. Paul.
I AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on
Improved property lr. St. Paul and Min
neapolis. V. C. Oilman. Now York Life
35 cents
} In payment of a 20-word want ad., two i]
Mimes, under classification Board Of-]'
< fered, If presented at Globe offices
/ before 11 p. m. Saturday, March 3. J 1
LOST—On interurban car Wednesday,
brown pocketbook. Finder keep money
and return papers to Globe office.
LOST—March 1, Passbook No. 212 of the
State Savings Bank; finder Is requested
to leave same at the bank; If book is
not presented within four weeks It will
be canceled. J. M. Goldsmith, Treas
urer. >-^.
RING LOST-Lady's gold wedding ring,
with names Alma, Churlle and date
Inside; $5 reward; return^ to_Globe.
SCARF PIN LOST—Monday~evening, a
small diamond scarf pin, star shaped.
Finder please return to A. M. H., Globe
Office, and receive Reward.
DR. BETTY SCHMITT, dermatologist
and assistant foot specialist, has moved
to 27 East Seventh st.. Kendrick block.
enlarged in crayon, pastel and oil; land
scape painting in oil; satisfaction
guaranteed; lessons given at moderate
prices. 911 Payne ay.
A NEW young lady assistant at Mme.
Lauretta's swellest massage and bath
parlors in the Twin Cities. 319 Jackson
BATH AND MASSAGE, third floor,
Room 15. 159 West Seventh st.
EXPERT massage and porcelain tub
baths. Mrs. Dr. Stein, 27 East Seventh
St., Suite 200.
ELITE bath and massage by a French
lady at S2O St. Peter st. Telephone 2002-5
FORTUNE TELLING and first-class
massage parlors. Mrs. Thomas, 64 East •
Seventh St., Room 1.
HATTIE SMITH, magnetic massage
healer; card reading, 25c. 63 East Sev
enih st., Room 10.
JUST RETURNED, Emma! Thorson,
massage and oil treatments. 151 West
Seventh st., third floor, Room 9.
MASSAGE and medicated baths! Room
12, 2a East Fourth st.. Miss Kimball.
LOCKWOOD'S Good Luck Salve; best
thing for sore feet; all druggists; estab
lished eighteen years.
Proceedlnos In Bankruptcy.
States, District of Minnesota,
Third Divl«lon.
In the Matter of
Andrew HiiKstnim
ni»«l Nel* Hngr-'
strum, t «»iniri-\ In Bankruptcy,
nera as Hng-strumX
Brothers, and iik'
Individuals, '
To the creditors of Andrew Hagstrum
and Nels Hagstrum, copartners as
Hagstrum Brothers and as individuals,
of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey
and District aforesaid, bankrupts.
Notice is hereby given that on the Ist
day of March, A. D. 1900, the said An
drew Ilagstrum and Nels Hagstrum,
copartners as Hagstrum Brothers and
as Individuals, were duly adjudicated
bankrupts, and that the first meeting
of creditors will be held in Room 411
Germanla Life Building, St. Paul,
Minn., on the 14th day of March, A. D.
1900, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at
which time and place said creditors
may appear in order to prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupts and transact such other bus
iness as may properly come before
said meeting.
Dated March Ist, A. D. 1900.
L. A. Straight, Attorney for Bankrupt,
St. Paul. Minn.
Proc66dlnos In Bankruptcy.
States, Dtatrlct of Minnesota,
Third Divfftlon.
In the Matter of \
Peter Schonarth, \ In Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Peter Schonarth,
of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey
and District aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the Ist
day of March, A. D. 1900, the said
Peter Schonarth was duly adjudicat
ed bankrupt, and that the first meeting
of creditors will be held in Room 411,
Germania Life Building, St. Paul,
Minn., on the 15th day of March, A. D.
1900, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at
which time and place said creditors
may appear In order to prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before said
Dated March Ist, A. D. 1900.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
C. A. Fleming, Attorney for Bankrupt,
Mew York Life Building, Bt. Paul, Minn.
KOOMB-At Hotel Fey, corner Cedar and
Beventh, furlshed rooms by the day
or week; steam heat and bath; tran
slent trade solicited.
SEVENTH ST.. 68 WEST—For rent, un
furnished rooms, in suites of two rooms,
on first and second floors, suitable lor
any small business; water; sewer.
STOKES on Wabasha St., corner Bixth.
Best retail location In St. Paul. Robert
P. Lewis Company.
HOUSE—Wanted to rent, nine or ten
room house, good locality, modern, with
in walking distance Central high.school.
Address A. A. McKay. 606 Marlon at.
FLAT—Wanted to rent, three to five
room flat; modern conveniences; near i
business center. W 150, Globe.
FARMS, timber, landH, dwellings and
city lots for sale at and near New
Paynesville, on 800 railroad, Steams
county; line soil; easy terms. R. P.
Gilbert, New Paynesville. Minn.
Certificate am to Proceeding Ex
tending the Corporate Existence
of the St. Paul Gaa Light Com
the regular annual meeting of the share
holders of the St. Paul Gas Light Com
pany, (a corporation organized and exist
ing under and by virtue of a special act
of the Legislative Assembly of the Teni
}2J/ ot Minnesota, approved March Ist,
Joo«, entitled "An Act to Incorporate the
s^. Paul Gas Light Company"), duly call
ed by the Board of Directors of said Com
pany in accordance with the provisions
of said act and of the By-Laws of said
Company in that respect and duly held at
the offices of said Company in the City of
St. Paul in the State of Minnesota on
the 23rd day of January, A. D. 1900, at ten
thirty o'clock, A. M. pursuant to notice
thereof duly published and given, wherein
it was expresely stated that said meeting
would be held for the purpose of holding a
regular election of a Board of Directors of
said Company to serve during the ensuing
year and of taking the proceedings here
inafter set forth, at which said meeting
the regular annual election of a Board or
Directors of said Company for the ensu
ing year was duly held, and also, at an
other and special meeting of the share
holders of said Company duly and regu
larly called by the Board of Directors of
said Company and by the President there
of in accordance with the provisions of
said act above mentioned and the By-
Laws of said Company and held at the
same place upon said 23rd day of January,
A. D. 1900, at three o'clock P. M., pursuant
to notice thereof duly published and given,
wherein it was expressly stated that said
meeting would be held for the sole pur
pose of taking the proceedings hereinaft
er set forth at which said meeting no ac
tion other than the said proceedings here
inafter set forth was taken, the following
resolution was duly adopted, to wit:
Whereas, In and by the terms of the
charter of this, the St. Paul Gas Light
Company, to wit. Chapter 53 of the Laws
of Minnesota, 1856, being an act of the
Legislative Assembly of the Territory of
Minnesota, entitled. "An act to incorpor
ate the St. Paul Gas Light Company," ap
proved March Ist, 1856, the term of the
corporate existence of said St. Paul Gas
Light Company will expire upon the first
day of January, A. D. 1907; and
Whereas, It is now and for a long time
heretofore has been apparent to the offi
cers, directors and shareholders of said
St. Paul Gas Light Company, that, in the
Interest of the shareholders of said Com
pany, the corporate existence of oaid
Company should be renewed and con
tinued beyond said date; and
Whereas. Said Company has heretofore
issued and sold large amounts of its
bonds secured by mortgage, one issue of !
which said bonds will mature ln the year ]
1916, one issue whereof will mature in the |
year 1918, and one issue whereof will ma
ture In the year 1944, and it is desirable
that the corporate existence of the com
pany shall be renewed and extended and
continued to a date subsequent to a time
when all said bonds shall have matured,
without further delay;
Resolved, That this said corporation, the
St. Paul Gas Light Company, be, and the
same is hereby, renewed for a period of
fifty years from and after the first day
of January, A. D. 1900, and that the cor
porate existence of this the St. Paul Gas
Light Company be, and the same la
hereby, renewed and extended for the
period aforesaid and that the same shall
continue until and Including the first day
of January, A. D. 1950;
FURTHER RESOLVED that the char
ter of said Company be, and th-i same Is
hereby, amended as provided in and ln 1
accordance with this resolution;
dent and the Secretary of the Company be,
and they are hereby authorized and di
rected to take such proceedings to evi
dence the adoption of this resolution and '
the amendment of the Charter of said i
St. Paul Gas Light Company thereby ac
complished, whether by certifying or oth
erwise authenticating, filing and publish
ing the tame or otherwise, as may be re
quired by law. or ns they may be advised
are necessary or desirable.
It Is further certified that the stock
books of said Company were duly -closed I
to transfers of the stock of said Company
on the 9th day of January, A. D. 1900, and
were not re-opened until the 24th day of
January, A. D. 1900; that at all tim^s dur
ing said 23rd day of January. A. D. IPOO.
there were, as appears by the books of
said Company. 184 holders of shares in
said Company and 15,000 shares of the
Company's stock outstanding; that there
were present at said meetings and each of
them, in person or by proxy, ninety-five
(95) of said shareholders; that said share
holders so present, as appears by the
books of the Company, then and there
owned and held thirteen thousand two
hundred and forty-six (13,24(3) shares of
stock in said Company; that said resolu
tion was adopted at each of said meet-
Ings by the affirmative vote of all the
shareholders in said Company present In
person or by proxy as aforesaid and of
all the shares of stock represented as
aforesaid and by all the votes cast upon
any question arising or at any election
held at either of said meetings, to-wit
by the affirmative vote of ninety-five (95)
shareholders and of thirteen thousand
two hundred and forty-six (13,2-16) shares
of stock ln i-a'd Company
President. S*. Paul Gas Ligrht Comnany.
(Corporate Seal.) J. P. CROWLRT,
Secretary, St. Paul Gas Light Company.
(Ten-cent U. S. Rev. Stp. canceled.)
A. P. Lathrop being duly sworn says:
That he Is the President of the St. Paul
Gas Light Company, the corporat'on
named in the foregoing certificate; that
each and every statement contained in
said certificate Is true; that the seal at
tached to said certificate Is the seal of
said corporation. A. P. LATHROP.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
16th day of February, A. D 1900.
(Notarial Seal.) C. H. MANSHIP,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minne
J. P. Crowley. being duly sworn says:
That he is the Secretary of said St. Paul
Gas Light Company, the corporation
named in the foregoing certiflate, and as
such Secretary has charge and custody of
the record books of said corporation; that
each and every statement contained in
said certificate Is true; that he has com
pared the copy of a resolution set forth
In said certificate with the original rec
ords thereof contained in the records of
the shareholders' meetings of said Com
pany held on January 2Srd, 1900. at ten
thirty o'clock a. m., and upon the same
day at three o'clock p. m., respectively
and that the same Is in each and every
respect a true and correct copy of said*
originals and each thereof; that th« seal
attached to said certificate is the seal of
said corporation. J. P. CROWLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
16th day of February, A. D. 1900.
(Notarial Seal.> C. H. MANSHIP,
Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minne
ment of State.
I hereby certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record in this office on
the 19th day of February, A. D. 1900, at 4
o'clock p. m., and was duly recorded in
Book X 2 of Incorporations on page 204.
Secretary of State.
Office of the Register of Deeds
This Is to certify that the within instru
ment was filed for record ln this office at
St. Paul, on the 20th day of February, A,
D. 1900, at 4 o'clock p. m., and that tha
same was duly recorded ln Book "Q" of
Incorporations, pa«res 611, etc.
Register of Deeds.
FOR SALE—Large lot heavy and me
dium weight draft horses. Grlggs Bros..
_JThlrd ard Cedar.
HORSES. HORSES—From 300 to 500 head
of drafters, farm mares, drivers and
mules constantly on hand; auction ev
ery Wednesday; private salea daily;
part time given If desired. Barrett &
Zimmerman's Midway Horse Market,
_Mlnnesota Transfer, St. Paul. [
UOOD HORSES for sale weighing from
1,300 to 1,400 pounds at lnver Grove Sta
tlon. Frantz & Wllkena.
Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul as
1 — —.
• Icket Ofttee »65 Robert st. **h©ne ua
ft^Paily^jtEx. Bun. ! Leave.lArrtv.
Chicago, La Crosse, Mil.|aß:3oamjalo.lspm
Chicago, La Orosse. Mil.!a4:3opm all:4sam
Chicago, La Crosse. Mil.:p6:sspm', ri2:sopm
ficooo Pioneer Limnetr* i^W'..
Chi., Faribault.MeGreg'r^^Oprrvbll-.l&am
Peoria. via Mason Clty..la4:4opm all:lBana
Red Wing and Rochester b3:lspm bll:4sam
Dubuque via La Crosse.bS:3oam blO:l5pn»
St. L.. K. C. Faribault...]a. c.:a?;Rm' a6:2spm
Mllbank and Way |b8:I0am! M:Npm
Ortonville, Aberdeen !a7-05pmi aß:osam
Nor'fleM. F'bault * Auslb7:2opml b9:2o»m
ChicacoOreat Western Rt
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office, sth& Robert St*., St. Paul.
J E«. Sunday; othwr« <*n>.~rU^£Ol>" lAmiyIFIOM
Kenyon. JJoclge Center, t 8.10 am If 8.30 pm
Oelwein, Dubuque, Free- 8.10 pmj 750 am
port, Chicago and Eabt. v .20 \>w. 12.65 pm
Cedar Falls, Waierioo.Mar- t 8.10 UDtt 8 30 pm
shalltowo. Dcs Molnos, 8.10 pmj 760 am
Bt. Joseph, Kansas City. U^pmi 12.56 pm
C^no^PansTTl^rWinfl;, t B.ioam;rO6~pm
Northfleld, Farilmuu, e.ospmi 960 am
WateryUle, Mapkato. _ I
Maptorvllle LocaL 6.os^in| 9 Mam
/SOiw sth A *obert fits.
I JLtfpLJ traJia BUtien, St. Patl.
jSf/^^ut Milwaukee -Ji&tlon, Mlnn«*pollf.
' rifr Claln^ and Pu'lman S:»eplr.fc Can oa
-V^magpr- Winnipeg and f "aftTralnt.
PldflO Mitt, Dl'y. ftno. JiMertowc , ?"* *"**«
Bo*momHelena, fcntte.Mtsioula.i Ml fl M
Bpok»ne,faooma,Beattlß,Portlnr,riiy.wi)pm fliWpm
Fergus Fall,, WaWon'orocls fl ftfl II |l
ton, Od. Fork., er»/wn>toaip*« g.Mipm 7il9sm
JiW«dLMChLakBL«S»I, Dally ex ... ...
Bun; Bt. Cloud, firaitimt, Walker BIS 1 Sfl
Bemidj^rargo.Jftm««towii.* Bilflair. tfigUpm
Ticket Office—l 99 E«irThird~¥i 'Plion*
Q. W. 11
Leave | a Dally, b Ex. Sunday. | Arr|T».
bB:BSam St.Cl'd. F'gs F'ls. Frgo bf :05pm
bß:36am Willraar. via Bt. Cloud bs:o6pra
a9:o2am .Gre<U Northern Flyer. a2:46pra
b9 lOaml (Wlllmar, 8. F., Y'kton), hK.«^
k! 1a (S' x C«ty. Brown'i ValV "-^P™
b4:4opm ./Excel. * Hutchlnson..|bll:3sara
a7.o6pm(Breck. Fargo.G.F..Wpd a7:«am
aß:3opm|..Mlnn. & Dak. Exp..[ &7:3Oam
a&ST*^* W. Superior. |_g^
Sleeper for 11:16 p. m. train can b« 00
--tupied at any time after 9 p. m.
C, St. P., M. A )
Office 395 Robert St. 'Ptiim 43).
Leave |a Dally, b Ex. Sunday. \ Arrive.
aß:Boa.n ...Chicago "Day Ex 77". alO:l6prn
a4:o6pm .."Atlantic Express 1.. all:Soam
aC6spm .Chicago "Fast Mall". a8:10am
a 8 10pm Chl'go "N. W. Limited"!a7:46*m
ag:6spm Wsau.F.du Lac. O.Bay a8:10am
bß:osam .Duluth. Superior, Ash. b3:4opm
a4:3opm Duluth, Superior. Ash. a9:69pra
b7:4oam|.St. James, Sioux City. b4:2opra
b7:4oam!Elmore, Algona, Dcs M b7:4spm
b7:4oam|Hot Springs.Black Hills b? :25am
al0:00am Su CUy, Omaha, K. C. a7:4spm
b4:6opm M'k'to, N. Ulm. Elmore blo:osara
b4:sopm ..Fairmont. St. James.. blO:osara
aß:3opm!Su City. Omaha. K. C. a7:2sam
f535g53Z5i] Se3t Line tc fSSSBSI
LvFor] STATIONS. ; Ar.Froa
B:lsam Winona, La Crosse. Dubuaue
and Chicago, except Sunday 12:55 pn
B:lSam Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque
and St. Louis, except Sunday
B:ospm Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque.
Chicago and St. Louis, daily 7:45 ant
Ticket Office 400 Robert Street. Tel. Main 34
Union Depot. 'Dally. +Ex. Sunday.
Lv. 8:30 am J Tralna lor Duliith ( Ar *7:«5 ana
M., ST. P. & S. S. M. RY. $
City Ticket Office 379 Robert St. Tel. 105^
J^'PJLJ?®1 *01* St- Paul
_Leaye.J EAST. |ArrtT»7
7:2opm|.Atlantic Limited (dally).l 8:4oan»
9:46amlßhlnelander Local (exS'inM s:o6pra
6:lspmlSt. Croix Falls Local, cxl
Suiiday. From Broadway
Depot, foot Fourth St.. 9:l6am
•:06am .Paclflo Limited (Pacific.
Coast) dally 7:oopm
6:l6pm Glenwood Local (ex. Sun) 9:33 am
City Office. 878 Robert St. 'Phon» No. 694.
gpp^j All Train. Dally. " jg^
• :00am Milwaukee and Chicago B:l6aa
Ashland. Chlppewa FT».
7:4opmf.Oshkosh. Mol. and Chi. 6:oopm
M. * St. L. Depot—Broadway A 4th.
Mlnnarpo'ls & St, Louis RR
OfflcOlQe Robert. 'Phone 690. St. Louis Depot
Leave. I »Daily. tExcept Sim<l>yl'~|'ArriT»T~
piJlr A»DOES«OIIiES. 2m.
Albert Lea. Cedar Rapids,
to :00am ....Chicago. Kansas Cily... f7:3opm
•7:oopm Chicago & 8L Louis Limited »B:4oam
t9:3sara .... Watertown. New U1m.... +i:2opm
t6:oopm New Ulm Local mo:2oam
Cures Gonorrhoea, Gleet, unnatural dl»
--charges in a few days. Full direction*.
Price $1.50. All drugjrtsts or mail.
D. Dick & Co.. m Centre Bt. N. Y.
IQLSU »* SMSuZi^ ** »yit*«a«i or ulr.raM.ai
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