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jHWEAPOLIS A ST. LOUIS GETS
THE IOWA CEN
SOUTHERN PACIFIC BACK OF IT
D.-iil 1m Completed lv Chicago, nini
Officers and Director* Are Chou
i-n—Sriiita Fe Plays a
rHK'AGO, June 20.—Control of the
. al was obtained today by the
lis «x St. Louis company. The
ol the former road was engi-
Lldwin Hawley, president of
..: leapolls t'c St. Louie division of
Pacific railway. Edwin
president of the Central Bank
fork, and Lew C. Weir, presi
. Adams Express company.
. : from New York In
i:.l at once went to the
. s, where ;i meeting of
.... is ol lhat companj was
irganization effected. The
c . d, and the following
ad: Edwin Haw
• ol th< Minneapolis <v St.
: il. Travis "l the Southern
Daj gem ral manager of
d St Louis; Ji.lin E.
Lew C. Weir,
i Lhe Adams Express com
. angdon, president of the
Bank of New York;
mts, president ot the lnd'ana,
lowa railway, and Paul Mor
. president oi the Aichison, To
-. Santa Fe railway.
Edwin Hawley was elect
• : H. Davis, treasurer, and
Day, •i- > president.
: tin new directors are
nnected with tiie Southern
mpany, which practically has
Minn< apolia & St. Louis
'I'iit ii< w oSia rs hold the same
n the Minneapolis & St. Loui?,
■ - an amalgamation of the
... ;illk S.
j :il Mc.rton and T. B.
:- on the buaid of directors lndi
-. traffic agreements with the |
1: • i< pre» nt. Connection is
with lhe Santa Fe at Nemo, and
■ ■: furnishes connection w.th the
- ■ road. These lines will af
. oul !<-t for- th( ::■ ■■ ... -consolidat< J
o and tin. (.ist.
TWO-THIRDS GRAIN CHOI'.
TrniUc illan'a i:*t iimite of Wlnit Slay
ilc Expected Thin Year.
■ Ip and lake freight situations
i favorable aspects to
traveling p^ssi nger agent
them Navigation company and
S) Paul yesterday. He has
.(!( a trip through the North
ring tin Dakotas, pan of Man
■ i el the Northwest ter-
Speaking of crop conditions and
the Irikc freight situation, he
when Interviewed yesterday:
"•What ! have seen of the Northwestern
viiax-s me thai there will
great falling off of wheat traffic
mkl rail routes East this
i have just returned from Fargo
irand Forks, and have made a trip :
■. .! tnitoba and the nearer portions j
Northwestern territory. Wheat
is verj backward and needs rain badly. I ■
. hen there is much more
two-thirds of a crop in prospect,
i is the extreme need in North
A little rain fell at Barnesville
b it it was slight, and the sun
than an hour afterward
■i ip all the moist m-• whi. h had
■ ■ a the rule, with the
es • , . lons of two rainfalls, for
■ ■ sin< c the crop was
it ibj the same conditions pre-
I nation in the North
is little better. These are
which furnish the bulk of
rop, and a shortage there
ling off of < arnings
. either like or rail, which
• fall crops. Through
ther< [s little to warrant more
ns than these. The
y drenching rains has al
■ ss, and there seems
ittle Indication of a change :n
for the present at least,
gh thi Northwest 1 have seen Held
a ;■■ : <■ in some places the crop
- high, while in others it is
out of the ground. The~e fields
will be worth little when it comes to the
litions make the prospect of
• traffic of last year's proportions on
- than encouraging. At Du
'■■ rty-seven whakhacks are tied up
waiting for their price of f1.25
retracting for shipments <~\i,w:\
boats will remain idle un
?et their price, though personally
t,would be exceedingly good pol
• take what offers and send them
w of the prospects ahead.
ral merchandise is moving- freely,
freighters, other than those en
the grain business, seem to
fair amount of traffic. Passenger
promises well, and the season
will undoubtedly show an increase in
on this business over the figures
AS TO TRANSFER CHARGES.
Minnesota Transfer Directors Con
>i<!«-.r»Ml I'li-a of Mcrchnii<N.
of the Minnesota Tr ms
-11 : R npany met yest rJay for
- of adjusting the dispute b< -
i ween the company and the midway
I icturers over switching rat s The
g ac . ver again at length.
• resti d shippers were ores
■ ral communications s tting
U of the case wore read.
■ ft on was taken, though sev
ters affecting the raes were le
w. A. Scott, general manager
of the Omaha, for adjustment
ir.sfer railway rompmy decided
nase a fifty ton switching 1 icomo
•i a quan ity of new hteel ia:ls for
n the yards.
Western Pooling Plan.
CHICAGO June 20—Presldents of
A\est.,M railroads, wi.h other offices
who have panned a system of local p ola
tnaii tenance of Western f<e:<rlu
senger rafts were busy today
|X the fietaia <f lhe scheme. *t
said that n number of presidents are
favor of the plan as it now stands
Ing that |t is at best a forlorn hope!
Trunk Line Meeting.
■ Voiik, June 20—A meetin- of
offlcals representing the roads in tie
- of the association In thN I i v
» ommissloner Goddard presided After
SHAKE INTO YOUK SHOES
Allen's Poot-Easo. a powder. It cures
Painful, smarting, swollen feet and ln-
Ing nails, and instantly takes the
Bting out of corns and bunions It's he
greatest comfort discovery of the am
toot-Ease makes tight or Sew
I easy. It Uj a certain cure tZ
Ing. callous and hot, tired achine
feet Try it today. Sold by all d^
Piste and shoe stores. By mail for 25c
DOES COFFEE AGREE WITH YOU
C rlfin n sOt" Adri nlf Gra!, n-O-maue from pure
andf v/.n»V»V he <lirections ln making it
fui ty w k1 have a aeiicious and health-
IS. and *£ eVeraSe fOr old and yc *vn*
W 4!3 Nicollef Avc. Hr*]
'IS Minneapolis. \|3f
S» 38Z Robert St. \&
¥ l St. Paul. a
_ Cftc** 0
the mcc Ing Comrr.isslo-er G;ddarJ rn
nounced that the rate situation was dis
cusi <1 only in a general way and that no
definite action was taken upci '.he ques
tion of the alleged late cv tn? by s.me
of the leading lines. Cla-ssiflc ition rule
15, which provides that e.ich s?p irate B?r
--cel must b bil'ed with the n ms of ihe
original consignee and charged for separ
ately was discussed with a v:<-w io
modification to allow grtater liberty in
shipping. No final acton was taken,
however, the matier being referred to a
"VI. A St. 1,. Acquisition.
MARSHALLTOWN. 10., June 20.—A
iciilcinsiimma c.l today vi h reby .h- lowa
Central railroad passes int > ibe pts.es
slon of the Minneapolis <fe St. L.us Rail
way company. Gene, a! Manag r Ca k,
formerly with the Minneapolis & St.
Louis, win, it is reported, retire. P.bm
3ent Kimball, of the Central, resigned
and Edwin Hawi.y, of the M nntapol's &
St. Louis, will, it Is said. Buccced him.
Vice President Moire ako resigned. F.
H. Davis, trea surer of the Minneapolis &
St. Louis, wi'l be h's successor. The of
fices of second vice president will b;^
created, L. R. Day, geneal nnnager of
t!u Minneapolis & S . Louis taking that
position and It is expee'od will also be
made jri-ne at manager. E ght (f the od
lowa Central directors re-igaed. It l«s
thought Ihe two roads will be operated
Ruilivny Telegraph .lien.
DETROIT, Mich.. June 20.-The ni.ie
teentb annual convention of the Asso
ciation of Railway Telegraph Superin
tendents opened at the Wayne hotel to
Charles Sheldon, of Baltimore, super
intendent of telegpiuh of the Baltimore
& Ohio railway, presented a paper on
"The Telephone as an Adjust to the
Telegraph," and Henry \Y. Polk, super
intendent of the Bell Telephone company,
read a paper on the "Railway and the
T< !< phone."
J (!. Tree, superintendent of the West
ern Union Telegraph company at Rich
mond. Va., spoke on "Reminiscenced of
Marquette'M Handsome llookli-t.
One of the hands m;st railway b ok'e's
>t recent issue has come fiom the Mar
3uette iuu:e, the Dulu.h. S.mth Shoe &
Atlantic, under the title "Summer Tilps
by Land and Water." The booklet con
tains a large number of suie.b photo en
gravings, i! ust.at n< irte c ting reading
matter relating to the Sou h Shore and
Its lake and rail connections. Dulut
eeives especial mention and her b^aui es
are shown in sev< rail ustrafons of nota
b'e spots at the head of the lakes. There
are also excellent engravings of ih
locks, Mackinac and pthe" )> >111 s
the r,,ute. T. H I.nk\ a&s'stant ge erai
ig« r agent of the ro.d at Duluth is
sues the booklet.
Vfilic« Was Here.
Charles T. Yerkes, the Chicago street
railway magnate, was in the city yes i r
il.'.y. He arrived yeste day foreno n from
Chicago in a private car w! h a i-a tv of
1:1s i:i ndR.
They spent the d?>y in St. Paul and Min
neapolis and 'eft lap' nirht ove - tSe
Northern Pacific for th 3 ' Ye'.lon^tone ria
Wafting lor (Jen. OhiUls.
The railway commissic n h;s t k-n ro
arii n in the matter of th • Duiuth-N irth
ern Padflc cons illdation. The ras^ is ■t 11
in the hand.-; r ; f Gen. Childs. the'at orney
for the commissii n. and his decirion i^ not
expected for a few days ::t !east.
Commissioner Knox is out of the civ
and the course of action to be take-i wH
not be decided for several days.
FreiKbt Wreck at Erin.
A freight wreck on the Milwaukee .1 -
ayed faftie ye-terclay and m'ide trains
lnto the t;:ties more or less ate Preig-iu
No. G9 on the lowa and Mirn°sota divi
sion was derailed at Erin, Minn.
Settlers for Idaho.
The Great Northern overland coast
irain went out in two sections Vcserd.y
U carried a number of s?tt e-s for I<l iho
Washington and coa-t points and -
car in both the sections was !o :ded hea
The settlers were of thrinv appearance
and apparently of a desirable c as=. '
MGHT TRAIJi TO CHICAGO
Via "The Milwaukee."
Effective Sunday. May 27th thp r \t
& St. P. Py. will a train fronf Min
neapolis every night at 10:50 and St Paul
? 1:25;n afr rlving Porta Se 6:45 a. m., Milwau
kfe 10:45 a. m., and Chicago 1:00 p. m
Through sleeping car and coach serv
Ice from St. Paul and Minneapolis to
Milwaukee and Chicago m">>» io
Connectiorr. made at Chicago with all
trains for the East and South '
This train also furnishes direct service
for Oshkosh. Fond dv Lac Madison
Janesville and Rockford
Lowest raves to aH points.
AHE DENIED ADMISSION.
Uiiiin^r in Ca«ea of FlOsbarrla au.l
WASHINGTON, June 20.-Assi-tant
Secretary Taylor today tendered a de
cision adverse to the appeal of James
Fitzharris and Joheph Mullet, from the
decision of the immigration officials at
New York, who held them for deporta
t-on on the ground that having been con
victed of a felony in connection with tl c
murder of Loul Cavendish and Thomas
Henry Burke, In Phoenix paik, Dublin
in I*B2, they cannot be permitted to land
in this country under our immigration
laws. In concluding._his opinion on which
the decision was based, the solicitor "of
the treasury shows:
"I do not think the heinous crime in
whlcn Fitzharris and Mullet participat
ed, and for which they were found guilty
can be justly dignified as a political of
fense, and therefore discriminated from
the ordinary crime of assassination and
murder; and 1 must advise you that
arter a careful consideration of thl«
case, it is my opinion:
"First—That the crime for which Fitz
harris and Mullet were convicted and
sentenced was murder In the ordinary
sense, and cannot be classed as a io
"Second-That Fitzharris, having only
a conditional pardon, could not have been
admitted even under the acts of 1875 or
' Tlmd-That Mullet, even if his pardon
tne Uict aSf IS91 C°and lOnal ' 'S eXClUded by
"Fourth-That the action of the board
of Inspectors denying a landing to these
immigrants, on the ground that they had
been convicted of a felony, should be sus
The men will be deported on a vessel
sailing next Saturday.
Meet Me at the Soo Line Ticket
o~AT?°i" tlon of the So° Line Ticket Office
3.9 Robert street, has been fitted up as a
waiting room for the use of the general
public, as a meeting place, or for tempo
rary rest while down town. Writing ma
terials will be furnished to any one who
may wish to use same.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, THURSDAY, JUNK 21, 1900.
STATE LABOR BUREAU IS COX
DUCTING A CRUSADE
CONFECTIONERS ARE LISTED
ft Ih Intimated That Three of
Them Will Be Arrested I n
li-ss Some Reform* Are
Candy stores who compel their employes,
in nearly all cases small girls and boys,
to work from twelve to sixteen hours a
day, are doing some explaining to tha
slate labor bureau. A vigorous crusade
lias been instituted by the bureau in be
half of those of tender age and experi
ence who are compelled by force of cir
cumstances to engage in most exhaustive
labor for a mere pittance, and unless rem
edies that have been proposed by the la
bor bureau are adopted immediately, sev
eral proprietors of down-town candy
stores will find themselves in durance
vile. Assistant Labor Commissioner Ol
son and Factory Inspector Jules Moersch
have been immediately in charge of the
investigation pursued by the department,
and they will, they say, not grow weary
in their crusade until a full compliance
with the child labor law is secured, not
only in the special class of establishments
mentioned, but in all where children are
employed. It is gratifying to note, hjw
ivu-, from the reports that have been just
compiled by Labor Commissioner McHale,
that the percentage of children who are
employed is much smaller than at any
period for a number of years. There ar-;
establishments, however, that persist in
defying the law, and to all these heroic
remedies will be applied.
Three large candy stores in the busines.?
district employ girls at from $2 to $3 per
week, and in return they are required
to work from Ba. m. until 11 p. m. Fif
teen hours is almost double the working
day prescribed by law. Perhaps twenty
girls are employed in the stores that are
now under the ban, and, in addition !o
the long day, in most cases the girls are
on their feet for the entire period.
Proprietors of three candy stores have
been notified that their policy will no
longer be countenanced, and unless there
is an immediate compliance with the law,
they will be arrested and tried for viola
tion of the child labor law.
Following this, the state department
will make a thorough inspection of retail
establishments to ascertain if there are
any further violations of the child labd
OLD CASE IS SETTLED.
Old. German lusm-uiice Tangle In
After eight years of continuous litiga
tion, the form oi judgment in the case
of Willoughby Bros, against the St. Paul
German lnsuiance company et al., was
settled yesterday by Judge Brill, of the •
district court. The to.al liabilities are in
the neighborhood cf $300,000, a laige
amount of which is offset in the foim of
Norman Fette- is named as receiver to
collect the assets and the stockholders
liabilities. The total claims against the
company are in the neighborhoc d of
James E. Trask is allowed $1,400 as at
torney for the lepding crtdtrrs. and Carl
Taylor $100 as attorney for the Chicago
& Alton company.
Herig Cn-.se Deferred.
Theodore Herig, ind'eted on two indict
ments for larceny in the second degie.?,
appeared before Judge Bun-i and pleaded
guilty to the eha-ge cf stealing a quantity
of goods, including two rifles and on» shot
gun, from the Great Northern rai way.
Sentence was deferred until today and on
motion of the county attorney the o her
indictment agaist him was nolled.
Salvation Army Objects.
The Salvation Army, Corps No. 1, has
fi!ed an objection to the final account , f
John W. Lane and J. C. Quimby, as ex
ecutors of the estate of Gorge Eaton.
The ( bjectior ia to the item of &14.90 ad
vanced to Charles Eaton, on lhe grour d
that the same was paid without an order
of the couit.
Sealed Verdict Returned.
The jury in the personal injury suit of
John Donahue a^ainst the c-ity which has
ncK?n tried before Judge Jaggard. re
turned a seakd verdict shortly after G
o'clock last evening. Donahue sues'to re
cover $5,000 for injuries sustained by h:s
minor son Daniel.
Denied the Divorce.
Judge Kelly yesterday filed an order re
fusing to grant a divorce in the case of
Albc-rtina Wagier against John Peter
Continued Till Today.
Judge Bunn in the district court yester
day afternoon com nued the case of the
state against E. S. Thompson unt:l to
The Soo I,!ne Has PUmned It for
Ten-day personally conducted excursion
—1,700 miles by water, through Georgian
Bay, Lake Huron, River and Lake St.
Clair, River Detroit, Lake Erie—visiting
al! points of interest en route. Best ac
commodation, all expenses paid. $!0.00.
Leave Minneapolis and St. Paul June 2Sth
Make reservations at once. Soo Line
Ticket Office, 379 Robert street.
FIRE IN A HOTEL
One Man Killed and Six Persons
SOUTH BEND, Ind., June 20.—One man
killed, six seriously injured and a number
of others slightly hurt, is the result of
the destruction by fire this morning ot
the hotel, located on Vistula ave
The fire, which is supposed to have
been of incendiary origin, started short
ly after 1 o'clock this morning, and was
almost immediately followed by a ter
rific explosion. Instant.ly the whole
building was in flames, and many of the
inmates had narrow escapes. Mrs. F.
Smith, an actress, was blown through one
of the windows by the explosion and her
leg broken, besides being badly burned
about the head. Her husband, also an
actor, had a narrow escape. They were
rooming on the third floor. Seeing their
danger, Mr. Smith picked up their baby
and, leaning far out of the window, threw
it down to a fireman, who caught the
child in his arms. The baby was un
The names of those killed and seriously
injured are as follows:
Killed—L. C. Smart, Hudson, Mich.,
lineman for the telephone company
Injured—Mrs. F. Smith, actress, leg
broken and badly burned about the face;
F. Smith, actor, burned about the body
and face; Fred Myers, Adrian, traveling
agent, burned about the face and hands-
John R. Johnson, South Bend badly
burned; Michael Lynch, South Bend, head
injured by explosion; William Allen, Mun
cie. Ind., burned about head.
The Morrison hotel was known until
recently as Glenview hotel. Loss
$15,000, partially insured.
"Orangeine" sately stops pain, regu
lates Nerves, stomach and liver.
•^"^~ "**~~"—^~~~ "
■ —-t-, _ Health Frets to Weak Men.
I _ Burned-out nervas, weakened
I pDrC brain force, declining vital enersry
I fIEC aild all the consequences of these
/ __ conditions ore eared by our special-
TO istg. Course of treatment on trial
ixpii ftn, d aPPro™K a»d a marvelous de-
MhN yeiopingappliaacosentfor tiieask
*"*lL«ll ing. We trust your honor if yon
■^gjfflW honor our skill uiid follow dirvc
-o."- l"H»tej tions. Pricelewintonnatiou FRIiK
ERIE MEDICAL CO, BUFFALO. N.Y.
HELP WANTED — FEMALES.
COMPOSITOR—Wanted, at once, expe
rienced lady compositor. W. J. Wood
bury & Co., 49 East Fourth st.
MARKER and SORTER wanted; good
wages. Franklin Steam Laundry, 269
West Seventh st.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, girl for general
housework; house cleaning done; no
children; small family. Inquire 466 Igle
HOUSEWORK—Wanted, girl for general
housework; small lamily of adults. Ap
ply at once, 333 Nelson ay.
HOUSE WORK-GirTto assist with house
work. 99 East Eleventh st.
SECOND GIRL wanted at 177 Nelson
ay., ne>r Summit; wages. $16.00.
HO USEWORK-WantedT&iri for general
housework; three in family; good salary.
641 Grand ay., near Dale st.
YOUNG GIRL wanted at 259 East Tenth
WASH WOMAN-Wanted^ one girl to
wash and two to iron. Eastern Steam
Laundry Company, 67 South Robert st.
SITUATIONS WANTED —MALES.
Anybody oat of work In St. Paal or
Minneapolis may insert an adver.
Itiemeut under this heudiut fre*
A PASTOR of this city in good and reg
uiar standing, who has a classical and
also a practical education, whose work
has been for a number of years largely
of a philanthropic character, needs
money and needs it very badly for the
poor and needy as well as for himself.
It is against his principles to resort to
the modern and often questionable en
tertainments for the above-mentioned
purpose. He is able and willing to earn
the needed means by faithful and in
dustrious work, and will therefore
abandon his pastoral duties for the next
three (3) months in order to work in any
capacity for which he is fitted—either
educational or in a strictly business
line. He is a practical man, speaks
English and German, can also express
himself sufficiently in the French lan
guage, has a good deal of business abil
ity and is willing to travel if desired.
Address C 174, Globe.
A YOUNG MAN wants work around
some store or driving a delivery wagon
or any kind of work; very useful and
handy around a place; would like to
hear of place soon. Address 451 East
A BOY would like to have work at any
time; fifteen years old. Address C. T.,
904 Palace St., St. Paul, Minn.
A. MAN desires work of any knd; car
penter or any knd of work. Address 4t3
East Fifth st.
A BRIGHT, intelligent man who is not
afraid of work and possesses a knowl
edge of bookkeeping and stenography
desires work in some office. No. 78 E ev
enth st., city.
A YOUNG man, strictly temperate, de
siies a position; ha* kno.w.e.lge of book
keeping and office work- F. A. Boon,
General Delivery, St., Paul. Minn.
AN ELDERLY man wants situation; no
objection to night '6r Sunday work;
was watchman and fireman for the last
ten_ years. T. X., SIV Fremont.
A MAN of good habits wants work of
any kind; good recommendations. Send
postal card to C. H. Hectstrom, 372 Ros
A YOUNG. Scandinavian with some'ex
perience in grocery business, wishes
situation. Please cail or address 761 Ed
gerton st., city.
A YOUNG MAN cf seventeen, living with
his parents, would like position of trust,
promising future promotion; can fur
nish best cf references. Addre3s J. A.
M., 104 East Fourth st, St. Paul.
BOY seventeen years of .age would like
a good position of any kind. 329 East
Seventh st., city.
COACHMAN well acquainted with city
wants position. P 175, Globe.
EXPERIENCED painter and paper
hanger wants work; have all tools for
job work. Painter, 430 Wabasha st.
EXPERIENCED, practical business man
desires employment, office work or
salesman; competent German or Eng
lish correspondent. 304 Phoenix build
GROCERY CLERK wishes? pcs':Uo~n-~best
city references; four years' experience;
talk Scandinavian; s ngie, age '24 Clerk
893 Forest s.t., city.
MAN, twenty-sii. s'rgie. wishes pDsition
of any kind, city or country. A. W , 133
East Third £t., lunch room.
MAN. who lias horse and wagon and is
well acquainted in city wants work;
can furnish references. Edward Lof
stat, 901 Edmund st.
MAN, THIRTY-FOUR, married, wishes
position in grocery or shoe store or wi.l
accept work of any kin-.]; un je.ns' ex
perience in geneial sto:e. Address E
M.. 515 Wab-.ipha.
OFFICE WORK^Wanted. by a young
man of eighteen, who is not afraid of
work, a situation in wholesale house or
office work; has had a number of years'
experience in -abo-e situations; can fur
nish best oJ^£efjir_ences : _X_JßO, Globe.
OFFICE "WORK-A young rnarTwitiTtwo
years' experience* in office work would
Mke work of some kind; good education
and can furnish best of references Ad
dress E. J. M., 464 Superior st.
OFFICE WORK—Young rrmr^ twenty
one years old, wants position in office;
has high school education; also studied
law. 39t Iglehart st.
PRESS FEEDER-There is a~boy~at~S6B
Palace st. who w ( uld like to get a job
as Gordon oress feeder; age sixteen
STENOGRAPHER and law clerk wants
situation. Address Gustave B. Aldrich
125 Eaat Ninth st.
WANTED—By an experienced young man
of twenty a position in book binJery;
have two years' experience at makng
cases and all round work; wi.l work in
or out of the city. Address M. M. 374
YOUNG MAN nineteen years of age de
sires employment; can furnish rpference
if CO desired Address C. W., Room 200.
Globe building. St. Paul.
YOUNG MAN desires- pockion as stenog
rapher, or general office wo.k; is expe
rienced; can furnish good references
Address AA I, Globe.
YOUNG MAN wants a job as porter or
lunch man. Address 515 Robert st
Room 25. '
Permits were issued by the building
commissioner yesterday as follows:
Julius Nystrom, one and one-half
story frame dwelling on Edgerton,
between Rose and Maryland, to
A co, st $1,000
Andrew Frittman, one and one-half
story frame dwelling on Edgerton,
between Maryland anS Rose, to
F. B. Bun, agent, for repairs "to
building on Seventh, between Rob
ert and Jackson, to cost 1000
Five minor permits 1,250
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C. Niedecken and wife to Ina Slokoe
It 14, George H. Schickler's add.... $1
C. Niedecken, executor, to Ina S'o
koe, It 14, George H. Schlck
ler s add 1000
William T. Donaldson et al to C H
F. Smith, Its 6 and 7, blk 3, E. M
Mackubin's add .' _
Clara Kuhl to Dorothea Kuhl, und %
of part Its 11 and 12, b:k 11, Brew
ster's add ICO
Total (4 deeds) $1,102
L*>w Rate to Milwaukee and Re
turn Vta C, M. & St. P. Ry.
June 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, the "Mil
waukee" will sell tickets to Milwaukee
and return, from the Twin Cities, at $11.70
on the certificate plan, account interna
tional mining congress; tickets good for
return until June 20 inclusive.
Five handsome moriernly equipped pas
senger trains to Milwaukee daily
Pioneer Limited from Minneapolis 730
p. m., St. Paul 8:10 p. m. daily, for Mil
waukee and Chicago, only perfect train
In the world.
For full particulars call on "Milwau
kee" agents, or address J. T. Conley, a
<*. P. A.. St. Paul. Minn, *' '
AGENTS AND AGENCIES.
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION AS
•ets, $850,000; largest strongest, best
Talr.nesota life company; wants capable
agents; gives producers every assist
ance. Address Douglas Putnam, Seo
retary. St. Paul.
HEIP WANTED —MALES.
COOK—Wanted, woman cook at the Marl
borough. Inquire Mrs. Crosman. Flat 34.
EIGHTH GRADE and high school stu^
dents to call between 4 and 6 p. m. and
receive a desk dictionary free of charge.
Pioneer Business School, Ryan building,
JANITOR—Smart boy for janitor work
and errands. T. W, Ingersoll, 62 East
MACHINISTS—Wanted, first-class rall
road machinists, at once; steady work
Apply Room 24, Great Northern Rail
MANAGER for restaurant; also expe
rienced accountant. Call Room 308, New
York Life_BiiUding_af_ter 10 a. m.
TAILOR wanted at the Enterprise Cloth
ing House. 98-102 East Seventh st., op
posite Golden Rule.
WANTED—If a Hustler—We have an
opening for jou worth Investigating;
wagon furnished. 317 Wabasha st.
WANTED—AII users of travelers' tele
scopes to use the O. A. M. telescope
cover ciothes holder, and hold your
clothes in the cover of your telescope,
and you will never have any trouble
getting at things at th e bottom of your
telescope; can be put in any traveler's
telescope cover with ease: price by mail
postpaid, 60 cents; give length of tele
scope; agents wanted. Address A Mie
den, Lock Box 1271. Seattle, Wash.
kIa°t N?L^LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE.
SALARY LOANS $10 to $200. You can
not fail to be interested enough
•pvt^-J?^l PR°CURE OUR RATES.
pERFECT SATISFACTION GUAJRAN
CALL for proofs that ours
A^ eD™?' EST RATES offered in town.
All BLSINess SACRED AND CONFI
You wish lowest rates, OF COURSE,
SO CALL UPON t TS TODAY
ST. PAUL FINANCIAL CO.,
THIRD FLOOR, Room 301,
, New York Life Building.
WE HAVE been criticised for giving
such low rates and easy partial pay
ments; the critics are righ,, but we
must loan a certain amount of money
as soon as posiole, regardless of com
ment; we loan on your note; no mort
gage; no indorser; no publicity; your
employer or friends need not know. Re
liable Credit Co., Germanla Bank build
ing, Room J, corner Wabasha and Fifth
CALL FOR TERMS on "loans to salaried
people, or loans on household furniture,
pianos, etc.; they tie the lowest: no in
dorsee; easy payments; confidential.
Minnesota Mortgage Loan Company, 317
Pioneer Piesa building.
MONEY LOANED on diamonds and
watches- low rates for Jarge loans.
George R. Holme?, Jewelor 141 East
4% 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.
6 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan on
Improved property In St. Paul and Mln
neapolls. V. C. Oilman. New York Lift
5 AND 10 CENTS sore syndicate require
managers and assistant managers who
can invest $I,WK) to $8,030 each to right
party; good salary; share of profits; in
terest security; references given and
: __Ajluj;es3_L_jl7o i _Glube.
IF YOU want, to buy or sell a busnets
look up the People's Rental f*nd Broker
age, 2a-A West Seventh st.. and they will
attend to your wants promptly.
RESTAURANT for sale; doing first class
business; twenty-five steady boarders
besides transients; call for terms. 103
ffOESES ANT) CARRIAGES.
HORSES AT AUCTlON—Barrett & Zim
merman will pell at public auction at 10
a. m., Wednesday, June 27, three train
toads of Western horses; this will be
the last and greatest opportunity of
the season to buy Western h<jr«e« at
\ your own prices. Barrett & Zimmer
man Midway Horse Market, Minne-ota
SECOND-HAND lumber wagon and wood
rack wanted; also percentage stud
table and restaurant broiler for sale
The Kent Storage & Van Co.. 211 West
.Viiylmay od( of work In St. Paal or
Mluiii'Hpolis may Insert iin ntlvcr.
tlnomont under :hls heading free
A WOMAN wants work from 6 o'clock p.
m. till closing hour during Carnival.
call 642 Jackson st.
A YOUNG LADY who has had experi
ence in clerking, office work and dining
room work, would like a position during
the carnival or permanent. Address S
C. ISO Ejtsj_geventh_ St., third floor.
A YOUNG LADY, 19 years old, would like
to travel as companion for a lady, or
take care of a chid; to go to Paris or
Germany preferred. Q 18S, Globe.
A WOMAN would like washing, ironing
or help in a hotel by the day. 181 Smith
CLERK—A young lady with experience
des;res position as clerk during carni
val or permanent; best reference. Ad
AN EXPERIENCED saleslady would like
a position to attend booth in carnival
groun-js. Call or address 26$ East Tenth
COMPETENT stenography wishes em
ployment; no objections to 1 av;ng ei-y
gene; a! bus:ne~s.s etuCat.on; best of ref
erences given. Address CMgg^Olobe.
LAUNDRESS—Competent laundress de^
sires work in private families by the
day. Call or address 3SS Smith ay. Flat
STENOGRAPHER-A competent youn
lady desires a position as stenographer"
have had some experience and can fur
nish references if desired. Address J
nographer and typewritist desires posi
tion; wiil accept substituting or p>>ce
work; willing to leave city; can furnish
machine; moderate salary" accepted Ad
dress J. E., 318 New _Tork_Life Bldg.
pher wishes employment; no objections
to leaving ciiy; general business educa
tion; best of references given Ad
dress Q 165, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER -"Experienced Tady
stenographer desires position; compen
sation not so much an object as per
manent and respectable; can furnish
good references. M 190, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER - Experienced lady
stenographer desires permanent posi
tion; can furnish good rererences. 705
Laurel ay., Flat 25.
STENOGRAPHERS gir~l of eighteen
wishes a position as a stenographer
position more of an object than salary
or as copyist. Address to 405 Michi
gan ay. .
WANTED—Circulars and envelopes to
address at home, by lady who writes a
neat and plain hand. Address M 'p
56S Beaumont st., city.
WANTED—Position as housekeeper by
young widow with child; five years old:
will leave the city. Call 420 North Ex
change, ring top bell or call on third
WANTED—Circulars, wrappers and en
velopes to address at home by lady
who writes a plain and neat hand. Ad
dress E. R. L., St. Anthony Hiil 1>
P., city. '
WANTED—Washing, ironing or hou.*e
cleaning, or work of any kind by the
day. 405 Jay st
YOUNG LADY desires office position;
doctor's or dentist's preferred. Call or
address 36S East Tenth bu
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RENT — Several very dfsirable
houses and flats in all parts of the
city; all in good condition and reason
able rent. See our list. The St. Paul
r Trust Co., Endicott building.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
ROOMS—At Hotel Fey, corner Cedar and
Seventh, furnished rooms by the day
or week,; steam heat and bath; tran
ilent trade solicited.
COLLEGE AY.. 26 AND 28 WEST—O.e
ana one-half b:ocks from carnival
grounds; furnished rooms, singl.- or in
suites; can" accommodate 12 to 15 peop'e
during carnival week.
HOTEL REARDON, corner Seventh and
Minnesota, under new management; re
modeled and refurnished; everything
_first-class; transient trade solicited.
SHERBURNE AY., 228—For ient, unfur
nished front room, very large, "light and
airy; private family; nice location; ient
NOW OPEN—Four hotels, 250 rooms; all
prices; day, week or month; depot cars
pass the doors; The Western, 105 East
Eighth; Imperial Hotel, 16 East Eighth;
Yukon Hotel. 127 East Eighth; Econ
omy Hotel, 360 Jackson st.
SIXTH ST.. 260 WEST—Front alcove
room, nicely furnished for two, with
WALNUT ST., 2SS—Furniohed ro.ms und
board for visiting Elks.
$6,000 MERCHANDISE to trade for farm
land or residence; one-ciuarter cash.
John H. Klein, Mountain Lake, Minn.,
Lock Box 216.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE at a great
sacrifice, good paying business block:;,
some nice lots, houses with lots and
lands near St. Paul. Eisenmenger, 24
East Fourth, Room 24.
MONARCHS-Bfst bicycle on the market
at any price; call and see them; $25 to
$60; repairing a specialty; headquarters
for gas lamps. St. Paul Cycle Co., 321
RAMBLERS—Better than ever and only
$10; second-hand wheels, J3 to $30; we
repair all makes, call for and deliver.
Telephone 772 Valley; our tin can has
been taken out. Bird Cycle Co.
WANTED TO BUY.
SPOT CASH for old books; any quanti
ties and all kinds school books and
fiction bought, sold and exchanged. 1:0
_.EaPt Fourth st.
DO YOU wish an excellent massage or
bath? Call at Mine. Laure.ta's swell
parlors, 319 Jackson st.
ELITE BATH and massage, by a French
lady; furnished rooms; transient. 320
FIRST-CLASS massage parlors and fi.r
tune telling. Mrs. Thomas, 457 St.
MRS. DE LAITTRE. scientific missag .st,
vapor and sponge baths. 56 East Sev
LADIES— Free; harmless monthly regu
lator; cannot fail. Mrs. B. Rowan R
104. Milwaukee. Wjs.
baths. Mrs. Dr. Steine, 27 East Seventh
St., suite 200.
t_JD__SI Use Chichester'i English Pennyroyal Pills.
Be.t: Mafe.t! Only Reliable! T__, J ni other.
Ituj «f joor Krunglit, or itni (c •tam [ .< for part,o.
LOCKWOOD'S GOOD LUCK SALVE—
Good for all kinds jf .;ore feet, frost,
corns, callouses, dry, hot and scalded
feet, cuts, burns, etc., on sale at all
druggists. rt.!l ailments of the feet
treated at office, Endicott Arcade; es
tablished eighteen years.
(JlilROI C>D IST—Dr. Betty's powder for
facial massage; foot bairn tor swollen,
burning feet, 25 cents. 27 East Sev
enth, i.endrick block.
ABE ROSENPEL.D sold to M. J. Brown
stein, 52S 1 / £ Sixth ay. north, Minneapo is,
one team of horses, harness, wagon,
etc., for sum of $158.
[ MRS. ALICE AUSTlN—Clairvoyant, card
reader; ladies 25 ar.d CO cents. 4^4 Cedar
MRS. WILLIAMS, clairvoyant, massagr
ist; no sign; walk up ttairs. Room 1,
Cedar, near capi.ol.
FOR RENT—A good upright piano, $3 per
month. Call or address E. P. (Jeason,
_Piauo Dealer, 2Z Tiltn st.
Ofllce, 141 East Ninth St Telephone 133.
MAN—We can furnish a good, strong,
handy man for wholesale house, or any
other such work.
BOY—A bright, willing boy for office or
errand boy; needs work badly.
j REPAIRING of trunks and valises want
ed by a man who understands tile work
j NURSES—We can furnish efficient wom
en to care for the sick.
| WOMEN—To do plain sewing, washing,
Ironing and housecleaning nan be had
from this office; also men to do odd
1ob"» wood eawine. etc
BONDS FOR SALE.
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Saturday, July 7th, 1900, at 8 p. m. at
I the office of the Village Recorder In and
! for the village of Herman, Grant Coun
i ty, Minnesota, the village council of said
! village will receive, open and consider
I sealed bids for the purchase of the bonds
of said village in the sum of seven thou
sand two hundred dollars, the proceeds
to be applied in the erection and con
struction of a system of water works in
said village; which bonds will be dated
| September Ist, 1900, will draw Interest at
the rate of five per cent per annum, pay
! able annually,- both principal and lnter-
I est being payable at the First National
: Bank, St. Paul, Minnesota. Said bonds
will be Issued in denominations of five
hundred dollars each, except one for two
hundred dollars, and will be payable as
follows: One for five hundred dollars on
the Ist day of September, 1005, and one
annually on th« Ist day of September of
each year thereafter until all have been
paid. A certified check for one hundred
and fifty dollars, payable to the order of
IE. W Lee, village treasurer, must ac
company each bid. the same to be re-
I turned to those whose bids are not ac
cepted, and forfeited by tho successful
bidder, should he fail to carry out hid
offer. Said council reserves the right to
reject all bids.
By order of the village council.
CHAS. CATER, President
K. C. NESS, Recorder.
DOCUTA SANOALWOOD CAPSULES
Cure Gonorrhoea, Gleet, unnatural dis
charges in a few days. All druKgista. Ac
cept only Docuta, by mail Sl.oo; full di
rections. Dick & Co., 133 Centre St.. Now
I'M OK DEPOT, SIBLEV STREKT.
Trains leave and arrive at St Paul a*
I I l_■ "■ 1 nf>ii"Ti^_l
Electric _i|rtit*d-Obs«rra- !>»▼« !Arri-e
tion Cars to J'ortlanU, Ore., via o.cc o .on
Butte, Seattle and T&coma, tlally. °-°3 * •'"
Fargo, Helena, Butte, Spokane, 10*35 7-45
Beattle, Tacoma, Portland, dally. p . m . j _„,_
Fai_o and Leech Lake Local
St. Cloud, Brainerd, Walker, a- 15 fi-f)O
Bemidjl, Fargo. daUy ex. Sunday. °_f j^Jf
Dakota & Manitoba Express
Fergus Fa_s, Wahpeton, Fargo, _ __
Mocrhead, CrookHton, Grand 8:00 7:15
Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg, daily, p.m. am.
*Dally. I Ex. Sunday.
Trains for !>„!„«_
_^s»pe r i Or . .%%a%ga
Milwaukee & m^m^
St. Paul By.
Robert St. Phone OS
,ai3ally. b Ex. Sun. I ___-« | a,-^-"
Chlc_fo\ La £ rOsse- Mll.|_B:3Oa_i|aion6Ss
crnccoo Pioneer lik" \^\*T\ 5 m
Ticket Office—932 Robert St ~6. r " r, ,,, rt h
. [Phone Main 866
Leave. | a Daily. b Ex. Sundai A rri^_T
bß:.toam V. illrnar, Via St. Cloud b6:ospm
a9:UUamiFlyor Mont. & P. Coast aiSS
b9:loami <£ i"mar, S. P., F'ktonJ . . . „
k, ,r fs x v-v' Brown's Val ' ''■■■"I'm
b4:«om EUc R. M. & SandstonelblO:o6am
l>j:4opm ..Excel. & Hutchl oam
aß:3opmJ...Minn. & Pah ; ..am
EASTERN MI \\( >v i \ RAIEv
an :S1 P"^th & W. Superior
Sleeper for 11:15 p. m. train Van Em
cup'.ed at any time after 9 p, m
Lake Minnetonka trains leav» S( Paul:
Except Sunday. 8:50 a. m., 4:40 p n
urdi.y and Sunday. 10:15 p. m
only, 9:35 a. m. Dally, 1:35 p. m 5&3
Olllce 38_ Robert St. _*ho_e »80.
lEi.Mon. Otherg Daily. LRA\K ARRIVE
Badger State Express I 8.30 10.15
Chirago,AlUt-ank»i am pm
Chicago "Atlantic Ex".!lll.l0 pm!11.30 am
Chicago "Fant MaH"....| 6.55 omf 8.10 am
Limited Bp._° _* a
Wausau. F. dv Lac, Green Eayl 65^ pm 7.45 am
Manitowoc. Sheboygan it 6.55 am 5 7.45 am
i>ulutu, .Superior, A»_tand |t fe.Oo am -a-0 pm
Twilight Limited I 4.30 0.50
Dnluth, Baperlor, Ashland / I'lll :"u
Mankato, St. Jan,f-6, Su. City 7-10 am ft 20 rra
Deadnood.liliu k Hilln. f7 40 mr. ', :>.:, h>:<
-iiiiore, Aigona, DeH Molnea, t 7. 10 am \ 7.45 pia
Omaha Express I 10.00 7.45
Su. city, Omaha, Kan. City/ UIU i"i
St..!ain-s, New liin.Trory 10.00 am 743 j.ra
New I'lni, Elmore " ♦ 4 f,« pmftlO (>5 am
Fairmont, .st. James • 4.60 pin -iu.o6 am
Omaha Limited \ x3O | 7.35
Sd. Clry, Omi I'm am^—
Chicago Great Wstern^k
"The Maple Leaf Route."
Ctty Ticket Office, SUI & Robert St*., St. Paul.
• Su_day;othara daily. LfWjEJOI IJRHIV FROM
Kenvon. Dodge Center, - - loan • Mum
Oel\ • I -!,am
port, ClilcajKQ and East. 11.20 jn
1 >'''•• 0 pm
shalltown, Ues Molnes, I B.i"i'"-' 1 60am
" in a
Cannon \'-.u\>. Reil W i ■> pm
NorthfieM, Farlhault. cO6 i.in O.&Oam
Miintorviiifl 1 < t-al.
Lv.For I STATIC INS. ; Ar.hf ;ii
S:lsam Winona, L.a CJrosse, Uubii'iue
aii'i Chicago, except Sunday L 2:55 [ _
B:lsam Winona, La Crosse, Dubuqae
j aii'i St. Louis, except Suiifiay
B:oupm j Winona, La Crosse, I;ubi;que,
1 I ChicaK" and St. Lonis. daily 7 *
Ticket Office - street. Tel.'
|§[ M., ST. P. & S. S. M. BY. $
City Ticket Olllce 370 Robert St. Tel. 1053.
Union L)<p(,t, St Paul.
"7:2fi['tn .Atlantic Limited (daily). 3:46 am
9:46amlßhinelander Local (exSnn 3.05[-n»
s:lspm St. Croix Falls Local, tx
iSur.day. From Broa i".
i Depot, fof.t Fourth St. - 9:lsaa
6:Copm|.lmperial Limircd (Pacific
7:soam!Dakota Express (ex. Sun; 7:lopni
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RT CO.
City Office, 873 Robert St. 'i Jh<jne Ho. C'jL
Leave I Ail Trains Dnilv Ar '""'"
St. Paul! Ht. Paul
JEau Claire, Chip. Falls.
B:oC'am Milwaukee sirni c.'hlcaKo «!sara
lAshland, Chippr-wa F's.
7:4opm;.Oshkosh, Mil, and Chi. s:oOpta
M. <t St. L. Depot—Oroadirny A ■ 4tl_
Minn9ap»:is & St- Louis mi
Office,_39^Robcit._Thone 661. St. Lottla Depot
Leave. | *L_::>'. 'Except Sunday.. | Arr'.vo.
~ NEW SHORT LINI TO
5:00 _____ __ B _. J
. m OSVSAHA n,
iAlbert Lea, Cedar Rapids. Chl-|
t9:oosm! cago, Kansas City t?3oFni
•7:00 i-m I..Chicago- St. Louis Limited.. *B:4oara
jWatertown, Nsw Ulm, St.,
ijames. Sherburr.e and Esthor
tß:3sam! vlllo ts;3opm
New Ulm Local, St. Jimes
-■ ' : m ■ SI erburne ana Esthorv..:.
mm —T" wmM *—
■will leave St. Paul for St. Louis and ln
termediaio landings on Monii<-.y. Juna
25th, at 10 a. m.
For full Information regarJlns casdengt-r
and frfci:;ht rates, addresa Harr> Clark,
Agent; office, foot Sibley street. oppo»i •
Tnion Depot. St. Paui. Telepno_« caU