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i 1 iff IT 110 THE CITY PREPARED TO ACCOMMO DATE THE CROWDS EXPECTED AT THE EXPOSITION HOTELS ARE BEING ERECTED Apartment Houses mid Business ' liloekN ISciKK Fitted. l*p as Tem porary ■ Hotels — Private Houses Thrown Open. Buffalo is very busy getting ready for the millions of people who are expected to attend the Pan-American exposition in that city next summer. The people of Buffalo are pursuing a sensible policy in respect to preparation for the accom modation of visitors. Not a great deal has been said about the building of ad ditional hotels of an expensive character for Buffalo for the exposition. There is good reason for this. Some additional hotels are being constructed, it is true, but in the main, the people of Buffalo expect to make ready for the entertain ment of their guests by expansion, alter ation and improvement of existing struc tures in private homes so that after the exposition is over there will not be a large amount of property on hand which can be put to tio useful purpose. A great many business blocks, apartment houses, etc., are being fitted up for hotels for the exposition season, and these, when the exposition is over, can be turned back to their original use and they will not be losses as investments. It is estimated that with the hotel buildings now in existence and those be ing constructed, the hotel accommoda tions of Buffalo are about 20,000. It is probable that this will be added to by 10,000 before May 1, 1901. The Statler ho- "' ■ ••■'-■ '.-■•.-. -'■.-"■■ ''■' •'•■•■:..A".'-"'i-V-'"-;-.' '■ '-"■■'- "'""-.* '.'': '' ' ' - ■■.'•'."■■ ' .■ i""*^ .' - .' ' 'dE> £8 'BBL - ~**k' j Ran-Amerscan Exposition G. SHOWIMO BUILOIIVG PROGRESsTj R" . FROM .PKOTOGRAPH' TAKEN AUGUST jsj *1900. ■ ' - .; " > . tel adjoining the exposition grounds on the south is now under construction. It Is a temporary structure in staff to har monize with the exposition buildings and will afford accommodation for 5,000. The Esenwein, another temporary hotel near the exposition site, is designed to accom modate 3,500. The Iroquois and Mansion house, permanent hotels In the business district of Buffalo, will accommodate 1,- EOO each. The Tifft house, also in the business portion, will house 1,000 and the Genesee and Broezed 800, and smaller ho tels will increase the accommodation of the hotels of the business portion of the city. Near the beautiful park called the Front is the hotel Niagara, overlooking the Niagara river, which for several years has been unoccupied, but it is being refitted and improved at an expense of over $25,000, ana will be reopened with an accommodation of about 800. The Lenox, a fashionable apartment house on North street, in the most desirable residence section, is being reconstructed for use as a hotel during the exposition season. The Markeen, the Buckingham and Maiiborough and many other struc tures now used for apartment house pur poses, will be turned into hotels for the exposition season. In some cases the proprietors of these apartment houses have made arrangements to have their tenants move out in the spring, spend the summer in the country and return to their apartments after the exposition. This will make an admirable arrange ment, as it will leave fewer vacant premises on the hands of landlords when the exposition crowds have cea«=ed to come. The Columbia National Bank building, the Law Kxchange and other first-class business structures in the bus iness district will be used for temporary hotels. In short, there need be no fear that Buffalo will not have adequate hotel accommodations for exposition visitors desiring to lodge in hotels. But the experience of past expositions Fhoivs that a very large proportion of those attending expositions prefer to se cure accommodation in boarding houses or private homos, rather than in hotels and therefore the people of Buffalo are preparing to open their homes to Pan- American guests upon a generous plan. All over the rity these private homes and small boarding houses are be!n° made ready for the reception of guests by plight but adequate changes in the Interior arrangements. In this way the accommodations can be extended* indef initely and excellent accommodations or fered for the crowds who are sure to conic and who will make the exposition the groat success which it is bound to be with such an attendance. I'hrpnology nnd Masonry. To the Eclilor of the Globe: "Now the spirit speaketh expressly, that In the latter times some shall depart from the laun. giving: heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their consciences seared as with a hot iron. *•**!£ Ihou put the brethren in mind of these -* things, thou shalt be a scod minister of . Jrsus Christ." I. Timothy, iv., 12 6 The widow of O. S. Fowler, the phre nnloirist, has been in this city delivering leetuics and instructing classes. She tells ror public audiences that although mar ried again, she prefers to be known by the name of her former husband. O - S Fowler. , . Mrs. Fowler calls herself a Christian professes to believe the Bible, and claims to be a messenger sent from God, and guided by the Holy Ghost. She locates tlio human r.oul in one side of the brain and God in the other side, and discusses tl>e!r relationship to each other and to the body. .. - She severely denounces the doctors. Her means of curing some certain kinds of disease is by Inducing currents of electricity In the bloob. vessels to promote £Pi!P^PNEW PINE DOORS A,Tcßsce'}tßeach; B<»B*t at a cash sale : <PZ\- When You Build f'KW' W4 B.IiiH.JJ" 1" "UUPO of Sash and Door Factory inooo new fb&\-, ™"B" I.BH •»"«'■ 't|*l IK 1 ! DOORS ranging in price from 89c. up. Send fo/pVlcelist on "toYX - ,ffV' U _--» % | :3. 3»f ash njui Morni Doors, also Roofing and Siding. We can save you an >fk*£ ■ rrs£^ 1-1 I;| "''.moiiscnniountot money on these goods, Remember evervthin* we fc^T^ rr#^Y*A 111 M :joiier v NEW; NO SECOND HAND COODS DO WE SELL K\ \ ■FSKTV. Jawkl.iSlK at aM« >Ss' l(l us the nanien of 17 farmers orconsumerTor coodsand f»/fc3?Lr&2fcßlti«L ' t gV^ |we wiil send you pverv two weeks our 82 pago price l'.st. which will not 'V-s2lllf i*'«S!§^L i^T^ifra joiLVFavoyo-j luoney but will tell you what you should pay for these V?t£2^V IRr^V liiKsss»y^.po(><]s that you liave to buy during the year. WIIB.V YOI3 BUI.D. We p-J^6i%rs>sa£*£r?Gi 1 ra'Sni .V c 81lirbt lnzed vindr.ws at 57c. Other sizes in proportion. 4-pan- kjf < /Sz^^^-loV/i I^l 9_^J r-i* l llors from 950 up. Send for price list. We quote lowest wuo!«8«leV\ JttF^B&imkjg^/ '^^a pr1 "*'9 ou a ! kl°*' of Building Material. Send for our prices on Btccl-V3 *^^^ v .■"■..----.■. ITLT^^ 3 . X...M. ROBERTS' SUPPLY HOUSE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. the circulation of the blood, whdeh seems plausible enough. But in regard to her religion,, she says that after having been out of her body and returning to it again, and having entirely surrendered to God", she was tilled with the Holy Ghost and fire. Now she firmly believes that Freema sonry is a divine institution—the off spring of Gcd; says that God, and God alone, revealed to her. ,what she knows about Freemasonry. And that he re vealed it to herein a vlsio.n_..of a tent having Masonic symbols in It—such as a trowel, square, compasses, etc., and a certain part of the brain which she calls the brain heart; and that God told her that that is a symbol of Deity, a type of Freemasonry, &nd ..a, symbol. Says that subsequently she "found tJiat part of the brain, .to Ue a, of the thirty-third degtree of Scotch Rite Masonry by seeing -an emblem like it on the finger ring of a thirty-third cfegree Scotch Rite Mason. Mrs. Fowler congratulates the Maso:»s for having the tabernacle furniture of the Aaronic priesthood as a means of conducting their .worship in their, lodges. Surely, had she known how the continu ation of that priesthood stands con demned in the word of God since the advent of Christ, she would never have given away the Masonic fraternity, which she so sacredlx~.regards, her self, too, after this fashion, by commend ing the Masons .for-xloing what is hate ful to God. as the Masons do, by setting His Son Jesus Christ at, naught \n the continuation of that priesthood. The word says: "We [Christians] have an altar, whereof they have no right to eat which serve the -tabernacle" Hebrews, xiii: 10. Men who serve the tabernacle, as the Masons do, will not eat of Christ's altar, and if they wculd, they are pio hibited; they cannot. Mrs. Fowler thinks that Moses was a Freemason (wh*eh 4s exactly what Free masonry claims). And that claim stands refuted in holy wr<t: for. "By faith, Moses when he was come to years, re fused to be called the son of Pharaoh's daughter, choosing rather to suffer af fliction with the people, of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a sea son; esteeming the . reproach of Christ greater riches than the treasures in Egypt; for he had respect unto the rec ompense of the reward." Hebrews, xi., 24-26. Today Freemasonry claims Osiris, the sun god of Egypt, for its god; and that is the god which Moses refused. Mrs. Fowler claims to have had a revelation from the true God that Free masonry Is true religion; and in her large public audience she admonished Masons to be true to Masonry, and reproved them for depriving woman of her relig ious rights by depriving her of anything more than a mere side degree, which is not Masonry at all. This point in her lecture (which I heard) elicited applause and put her high in favor with the Freemasons. Mrs. Fowler, however, seems to know whereof she affirms, and no doubt she obtained her knowledge from the high est Masonic source In the universe; even though she may not have that terrible secret so sacred to the pagan historian, Herodotus, that he did not dare to di vulge it." Sickels says: "We have among us, con. cealed from the eyes of all men, secrets which cannot be divulged, and which have never been found out." Ahiman Rezon, ceremonies for laying corner stone, p. 291. It seems while the men are out, the women are in; for. while the men In their lodges say that they do not know the true name of their deity and substitute therefor the word Mah-hah-bone, Mme. Blavatsky, the founder of theosophy, says she knows that true name of the Masonic deity; and also the place where he resides; she sajo that he resides in "a certain spot in the jungles of India, untrodden by Jesuit or missionary foot." And now Airs. Fowler comes along and tells us that he resides in the human brain. And thus it was in the beginning, when man fell, the devil had the weman first and foremost in the knowledge of him self. Mrs. Fowler by telling us that she got her knowledge of Masonry, and her la vorable opinion of it from her god, con vinces us that her god is not the true god. Surely her information must have come from the Masonic god; whom Free Ma sonry claims to be the Sun gcd of Egypt— Osiris. We are told: '"Osiris an<l the Tyrian architect VHirarri) are one and the same * * * In Egyptian Free masonry Osiris was the type of beauty, goodness, order and truth." See Siekels' Ahiman Rezon, lecture on the Master Mason's degree, p. 196. In the initiating ceremonies of the Master Mason's degree every Mason must personify Hiram in a process of death, burial and resurrection. And, so ever? Master Mason is spiritually identified with Osiris, the Pagan Sun deity of %ypt In common with other standard Masonic authors, Pierson identifies the Hiram of Masonry with all the chiefs gods of Pa ganism." See Pierson's "Traditions of Freemasonry and Its Coincidences With the Ancient Mysteries," p. 240. The revelation which Mrs. Fowler got from, her god plainly indicates that her god is the Mason's god. That god is described in the Fible as the great drag on, that old Serpent called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world, and was cast out into the earth and his angels with him." (Revelation xii., 9). The god which Jesus Christ, cur Lord, called the father of lies, a liar and a murderer from the beginning. See John viii., 44. Mrs. "Fowler was at one time a Theoso phist; but, having her god in the human brain and the methods of the Theoso phists wrong, she has left them and now invites them to adopt her views. She says she is not a materialist: and that she has not been out of Her body and returned to it again. But having seen what her god is, how shall we understand what she says? Mrs. Fowler complains that the churches do not open their doors for her and make her welcome. In this Fhe e.g nifies her readiness to enter the chur\\hes which if she ever does, it will hasten the final apostasy. Concerning that apostasy we find re corded in the Bible tWs preparation for it: "the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, and with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they receive not the love of the truth, that they nWght be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie; that they all might THE ST. PAUI,, GLOBE, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 1900. be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness." 11, Thes^alonians ii., 9-12. St Paul, Dec. 24. —W. Fenton. AWED BY THE PHONOGRAPH. Snlinn of Sulu Sitsnn Treaty After Hearing Mochlne. CHICAGO, Dec. 25.—According to Capt. S. E. Smiley of the Fifteenth United- States infantry, who passed through Chicago yesterday on his way to Wash ington, the phonograph played an import ant part in the negotiations which pre ceded the signing of the treaty between this country and the sultan of the Sulu archipelago. Capt. Smiley was a member of Gen. Bates' staff, military commander of the department of Southern Luzon, and ac companied that official on the tour of the islands under the Jurisdiction of the sultan, which resulted in the execution of the celebrated treaty. "We made the trip from Manila to the islands an the cruiser Charleston, which has since been lost," said Cap*. Smiley. "It happened that we had a phonograph along. It was more a matter of chance than anything else that it was taken, but it came in useful before we got through with our work. When we reached the home of the sultan we invited him to come aboard our ship and sent a cutter and guard to escort him. He accepted the invitation, and after every body had taken their positions on de^k under a cool awning. Gen. Bates stated the object of the conference, and the formal negotiations were begun. I shall never forget the picturesque sight pre sented by the sultan and his court. Their attire consisted chiefly of bracelets, feathers, and ivory ornaments, but a3 the day was warm the garb seemed pe culiarly appropriate. We succeeded in making the sultan understand our mis sion in a measure through tho services of an interpreter, but he seemed sus picious and acted as if he wanted us to do something to convince him of our power. "After the treaty had been drafted we tried all kinds of schemes to get the sultan to sign it, so as to conclude the negotiations, but without success. He seemed friendly enough throughout our talk, but he adopted a dilatory policy for some reason or other. Finally somebody thought of the phonograph which was stowed away in the cabin of the ship, and it was brought on d«;k. It was set in position, the big funnel adjusted, the cylinder made to revolve. In a moment all thoughts of diplomatic mat ters were forgotten. "The strains of 'All Coons Look Alike to Me' and other rag-time ditties rolled out of the funnel attached to the Instru ment and were wafted seaward. The ef fect of the music on the sultan was magical. He was surprised beyond ex pression. The music caused a panic among members of his party,* who thought the instrument a device of the devil, and threw themselves on the deck and prayed loudly ail the while the con cert was in progress. The sultan made a careful examination of the instru ment and shook his head in astonish ment. Finally he was allowed to talk Into the machine in his native tongue, and his surprise was even more pro nounced when a moment later the words he had spoken were repeated through the funnel, to the consternation of his court. "This pleased the sultan greatly and he asked if he could send a message to the governor of one of his islands 200 miles away. We told him he could and he spoke a series of orders into the ma chine. He signed the treaty before we left him and we had no end of amuse ment later exhibiting the machine, with the sultan's speech to the different gov ernors and subordinate officials. They recognized his voice in an instant and were thrown into a state of terror every time we set the machine working." DADY TURNED DOWN. Mayor of Havana Refnseii to Con firm Him Contract. HAVANA, Dec. 25.—Mayor Roderijruez has suspended the ayuntamiento's decis ion in the contract of Michael J. Dady, for paving and sewering. He .gives five reasons for his course: First—That the ayuntamiento allowed Mr. Dady to bid without a guarantee. Second—That Mr. Dady Is not the au thor of the present plans. Third—That the price was estimated on the original project, whereas the proposal of the engineering department was dif ferent and cheaper. Fourth—That public competition had been virtually forbidden to the disad vantage of the city. Fifth—That the project was voted down by the ayuntamiento a year ago by a resolution net rescinded to consider Mr. Dady simply the owner of the project Avithout a concession. The mayor also pohrts out that the resolution of the Spanish ayuntamiento of Dec. IG, 18S8, did not even give Mr. Dady a right, that nothing is now due him from the city; that the present plans of the engineering department are not modifications of Mr. Dady's plans in any way and that Mr. Dady is entitled to no right whatever in the premises. Mr. Dady's plans call for $10,600,003 and Col. Blacks' for $9,135,000, the latter covering the contractors profit. The difference in favor of the city is $1,700,000. The mat ter will now go to civil Gov. Nunez for review. In government circles it is felt that Mr. Dady is completely beaten. WAITING ON CHAMBEELAIN Newfoundland Fisheries Modus Vi vendi Expires Next Monday. ST. JOHNS. N. F.. Dec. 25.—The colo nial cabinet has decided to await action by the imperial government before de termining upon a policy with respect to the renewal of the French shore modus vivendi when it expires next Monday. The initiative will lie with Mr. Joseph Cham berlain, imperial secretary of the state for the colonies, who must either make another treaty with France or call upon the colony to renew the modus vivsndl. Should the latter course be adopted by Mr. Chamberlain, the colony's opportun ity will come, for, by refusing to renew, Mr. Bend will force Mr. Ctuunberlain to POPULAR WANTS HELP WANTED—MALES. yiffififfHA yjfTEi jtyflfjfluiiffi ljtLi RELIABLE MEN!who can sell invest ment contracts. Address American guaranty Company. 807 Atlantic Trust Bldg., Baltimore,-Md>.« SALESMEN wanted to sell our goods by sample to wholesale and retail trade. We are the largest and only manufac turers in our Jine in the world. Liberal salary paid. Address CAN-DEX Mfg. Co., Savannah. Ga. WANTED—Experienced planer hands and stone sawyers. F. Andres & Co., Stone Yard, Milwaukee. Wls. WORK—A strong boy to drive delivery wagon. Call 51* East Seventh st. SITUATIONS WANTED —MALES Anybody ont of work In St. Paul or Minneapolis may insert an adver tisement under tlxl* beadiuff (rr« of charge. ir '' ' A MAN capable of taking charge of office, and well posted in financial and credit matters, wishes position with re liable and prosperous firm; same party has also money to invest, if satisfac tory. Address H 17, Globe. ARTJST—A young man able to do scenes in landscapes wants something to do soon. 686 Pine. A 801 of seventeen years would like work of any kind; can furnish good references. Address N. A., 371 Colborne. A YOUNG man nineteen years of age wants work of any kind; willing to work. F. L.. 919 Randolph st. A YOUNG n>an of twenty would like work of any kind; not afraid to work. Address C. Z.. 800 James st. *T°V NG MAN from the farm, now at tending college, will do any kind of work for board and room, after Jan. 7. Address Fred Heyerdahl, 310 Globe building. A YOUNG man, wiih two years' expe rience in railroad office would like work of some kind; good education; can fur nish best of references. E. J. M., 452 East Michigan ay., city. EOY of 15 would like pome kind of work. Acdress L. B. Mantor. 252 Rondo st.. city. BOY of sixteen years of aga wouM Hko work of any kind; can furnish refer ences. Address J. N., 696 Mercer St., _dty. __, ! BOY eighteen years ol<* would like work of any kind. Address 213 West Sev enth st , BY AN honorable young man of good habits, work of any kind. Address P. T., 69 West Tenth st.. jup stairs. CHEF wants position; strictly first-class; _ hotel or cluo restaurant. W 41, Globe. BOOKKEEPER—PpsIffon wanted by young man, experienced in flour and feed business, as bookkeeper, or any outside work; w^eir'acquainted with city. W. E. Thoqnpspn, General Deliv ery. BOOKKEEPER—Situation wanted by ex perienced man as assistant or any office work; able to handle large number active accounts; reasonable wages; references. Address, 378 Pleas ant ay. BOOKKEEPER— Wanted, by an experi enced man, position as bookkeeper or office work; am able to handle large number active accounts; reasonable wages; references furnished. Address 378 Pleasant ay. BOOKKEEPER—Wanted situation as bookkeeper, collector or stockkeeper by a first-class accountant; A 1 references; willing to work; moderate salary. A. N. Vorck, 347 Summit place. BOOKKEEPER—Wanted, a position by an experienced double entry bookkeep er; willing *o assist in store. Address T. S., 446 Wabasha st. COOK and baker wants situation; city or country: first-class all-round man. Ad dress L. G. Webster, General Delivery, St. Paul. ENGINEER would like situation: four teen years: references where last em ployed. Address 461 Rondo st. ENGINEER—Position wanted by a first class engineer as engineer or fireman- Edward Logan, 497 Wabasha st. JANITOR—Wanted, by trusty, reliable man, good suituation as janitor for good, reliable party; would be pleased to have work soon; references. Address A. L. 8., 231 Spruce st. ORDERLY—Wanted, by trusty, honest man; good situation as orderly in a hospital; have experience in hospital; references. Address A. Bourdman gen eral delivery. SITUATION WANTED by a young man of good habits, am acquainted In city, and can give references if required. J 38, Globe. WORK—Position wanted by young man; experienced in flour and feed business, as bookkeeper 6c any kind of office work. Well acquainted with city. T. W. E., general delivery. WORK-First-class. expert machinist wants reliable situation. Will accept job work in or out of city. Schultz, 452 St. Peter St. > WANTED-Young man to drive laundry wagon who can hustle trade; if you use liquor you need not apply. Call at 53ii Wabasha, from 9 to 10 a. m. WANT work; understand steam; no ob jection to night work. Address James Charls, General Delivery. WANTED—By a strong boy, work of any kind; can saw wood. Call of ad dress C. E. 8., 590 Dale st. WANTED—Day work. Call or address 113*4 East Eleventh st. YOUNG man nineteen years old wants work of c-ny kind. Address 868 Cortland Bt. IOUNG man would like work of any kind. Address or call J. V. Miller. 725 Plum st WANIjSD TO BUY. POT CASH for old bocks; any quanti ties, ar.d all kinds of school books and fiction bought, sold and exchanged. 404 Wabasha rt.. opposite Schuneman & Evans*. ■. — ■•-'..- - ■ ~ - ■■■-.- -■ ... WANTED—One second-hand merry-go round. Address Box 137, Livingston, Mont. NEW TOWNSITES. THE NEW TOWNS on the Bee L."»e Great Northern railway in Anoka and lsantl counties now on the market. Apply A. A. White, Pioneer Press buildinsr. St. Paul STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OV Ramsey—District Court, Second Judi cial District. Wilbur J. Allen, plaintiff, vs. Mora Allen, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above named defendant: You are hereby £umiqoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, which com plaint is on file in'^the office of the Clerk of the District Cou>t, in the City of Saint Paul, County of Ramsey and State afore said, and to serve » copy of your answer to said complaint on , the subscribers at their offices, Niimbef 712-14-16, Globe Building, in the City of- Saint Paul, Coun ty of Ramsey, arid State of Minnesota, within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons trporf you, exclusive or the day of such sfervice, and if you fail to answer said coihplajVit within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff In this action will, upon such failure, apply to the Court for the relief demanded in 'the complaint. Dated Saint PauJ. December 18th, 1900. CANNON & DONNELLY, Plaintiff's Attorney*, 713-14-16 Globe Bu ld ing. St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minn. an impossible position or be able to dic tate adequate concessions. Through Trains to Omaha, With Sleeping: Cars to Kan«u City. The Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R., •which is the shortest line to Omaha, has extended Its through sleeping car service to Kansas City. Get the best City Ticket Office, No. 898 Robert Street. POPULAR WANTS HELP WANTED —FEMALES. HOUSEWORK-Wanted, an experienced girl for light housework; good wages; references required. Call Flat ]2, Len nox, corner Cedar and Summit. PASTRY COOK wanted at the Clarendon Hotel. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMAIES Anybody oat of YVorlK In j St. Pant or ~* Minneapolis may lnaert undTeh : (liement under this heading? fre* of charge, ' A GIRL would like day work of any kind. 483 Como ay. . A WOMAN would like to go out wash- Ing, or take it home, or scrubbing. Call or*addrcs3 121 Sy_camore. CLERK*- Young lady wants position as clerk. 746 Jessie st COOKS, laundresses, second girls, gen eral houseworkers and nurse girls, waiting places at Twin City office, over Yerxa's. COOK—A girl wishes a position as a cook in a private family without wash ing, or'child's nurse. 165 West Fourth St., Flat 2. first floor. COOK—Situation wanted by a neat pas try cook. Address 49 West Fourth st. CHAMBERMAID—Wanted, position by an experienced chambermaid. Address Q 50, Globe. DRESSMAKER wants sewing in fam ilies or to take home; cutting and flu ting; will work reasonable. Call or ad dress 315 East Seventh St., third floor. front. fOUSEKEEPER-Situation wanted by a Scandinavian lady with one child as housekeeper in a small family. Call or address Inga E., 480 North St., city. HOUSEKEEPER—Situation as house keeper. Address Mrs. J. Lemy, 272 j_ast Seventh st. Room 29. __ HOUSEWORK-Would like housework in a small private family; no washing, f-52 Wabasha St.. third floor, Room 2. TATLORESS—Wanted by a tailoress, a place in a tailor shop to work button holes and finish. Call or address Tailor ess. No. 210 Mount Airy st. St. Paul. TWO GERMAN GIRLS want general housework: good references; cooks, dining room, laundresses want places. Twin City Employment oiiice, over Yerxas. TWO WOMEN would like some day work of any kind. 164 West Fourth st., flat 2, first floor. SITUATION—Want a place to cook fora small private family; no washing; t52 Wabasha st; thrld floor; room 2. STENOGRAPHER—A competent, expe rienced lady stenographer wishes a posi tion; will do piece work: can furnl^n the best of references. Please address 346 Bradley st. WANTED—Any kind of day work; laun dry work preferred. Address 326 Smith ay. WANTED—Position by a competent stenographer; will work cheap. Ad dress, Globe, L. 33. ' WANTED—Work of any kind by day; good reference. Call 387 Washington :it. WASHING AND IRONING—A German woman wants washing and ironing, and scrubbing to do. 181 Smith ay. (down stairs). . ?__ WASHING—Wanted by a strong, young woman, day work, washing or ironing or housecleaning. Call or address C. M., No. 542 Cedar St., near old capitoi. WASHING—Wanted, family washing- to take home; satisfactory work; refer ence. Call 338 Dayton ay. WASHING—Strung girl wants day work at washing, scrubbing and sweeping- Call 542 Cedar st. WOULD like to take care of invalid lady and assist In housekeeping. L Sl7 Burr WOMAN would like to go out during tha holidays to help at dinners or recep tions in the evening; willing to help at any kind of work. Call or address 522 Thomas st. MASSAGE. DR. STELLA FREMONT—Steam and massage baths; alcohol rubs. 313 Wa basha st. FIRST-CLASS MASSAGE and fortune telling. Mrs. Thomas, 457 St. Peter st. SHERIFF'S SALE!. TAKE NOTICE, THAT PURSUANT TO a judgment and decree of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the 'State of Minnesota, within and for the County of Ramsey, in favor of Mi chael Doran, plaintiff, and against Mar garet S. Kavanagh and Patrick T. Kav anagh, her husband, and others, de fendants, entered on the 17th day of No vember, A. D. 1900, of which iudgment and decree a duly certified copy is In my hands for enforcement, I, the under signed, as Sheriff of said County, will sell at public vendue, at the main front door of the Court House, on Cedar Street, In the City of St. Paul, in said County and State, at eleven o'clock in the fore noon on the third day of January, A. D. 1901, the real property situate in the County of Ramsey and State of Minne sota, an-3 described as follows: All that part of block sixty-f.vo <<*2) In the Town of White Bear, according to the recorded plat thereof, filed of record in the office of the Regis ter of Deeds of said County of Ramsey described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northwesterly line of Lake Avenue, where the southwesterly line of land conveyed by Gcorgiana L. Williams and Edmund C. Williams, her husband, to Walter Mann, by deed dated January 34th, 1876, and recorded in the olflce of Register of Deeds in said County in book "64" of Deeds, page 576 would intersect said line of Lake Avenue; thence extend ing southwesterly along said line of Lake Avenue to its intersection with the east erly line of Banning Avenue; thence north along said line of Banning Avenue to a point where the said southwesterly line of said land of said Walter Mann would intersect the same: thence south westerly along said line of said land of Walter Mann to the place of beginning, being Intended hereby to convey all that part of said block s!xry-two (62) which lies southwesterly of said land conveyed to said Walter Mann, being bounded on the northeast by baid land of said Walter Mann, on the southeast by said Lake Avenue, on the west by said Banning Avenue. Also all the land in the Town of White Bear lying between the southeast line of above described land and the iow wa ter mark of White Bear Lake along the shore in front of said block sixty-two (62), bounded on the northeast side by a line drawn from the easterly corner of the land first above described on the southeast line thereof at right angles to said southeast line to the low water irark aforesaid, arid bounded on the west erly side by a line running throtrgh the center of and parallel with the street or avenue bounding the west side of said block sixty-two (62) at a point whero the southeast line of said block extended intersects said center line of said street or avenue, and extended to low water mark; bounded on the north sirte by a line on the southeast line of said block sixty-two (62) and commencing at the easterly corner of land first above de scribed and running southwesterly alonjr the said southeast line of said block to a point where the center line of said avenue or street which bounds said block sixty two (62) on the west is intersected by said line. Together with all riparian rights appurtenant or belonging to said land. The Fame being all the rights conveyed by two certain deeds wherein Jasper B Tarbox Snd Eve Tarbox. his wife, were grantcrs. and Patrick T. Kavanagh U grantee, the one dated July 2d, 1855, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Ramsey County, Minnesota September 7th, 1885, in book "138" of Deeds, page "283", and the other dated August 20th. 1889, Li book "241" of Deeds pages "313 to "315". Such sale will be made subject to re demption as provided by law in cases of sales of real property upon execution that is to say, within one year after the date of the order confirming the Sher iff's report of such sale, and so much thereof will be sold as may be necessary to raise the sum of two thousand, nine hundred twenty-three and 92-100 ($2,92.5 92) dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent per annum from the 17th day of November, A. D. 1300, and the costs and expenses of such sale. Dated November 20th, A. D. 1900. JOHN WAGENEU, Sheriff of Ramsey County. Minnesota, Warner & Lawrence, Plaintiff's Attor neys, 714-18 Germania Life Insurance Building. St. Paul, Minnesota. POPULAR WANTS ROOMS FOR BENT. HOTEL REARDON-78 'East Seventh st. —Newly furnished steam-heated roomi; new porcehaln baths, and everything first-class; rooms single or en suite. AT 4 HOTELS NEWLY FURNISHED steam heated rooms; all prices, day, week or month; depot cars pass the doors; The Western. !06 East Eighth; Imperial Hotel. 16 East Eighth; Yukon Hotel, 127 East Eighth; Economy Hotel, 860 Jackson st.. transient trade solicited. COLLINS, 514, for rent, two or three unfurnished room; cheap to right THIRD ST., 630 EAST, three rooms; fur nished complete for housekeeping; on first floor; rent $10 per month. FINANCIAL. SALARY LOANS TO EMPLOYES. UPON PLAIN NOTES WITHOUT SE CURITY. NO CHARGES DEDUCTED IN AD VANCE. «O CHARGE for drawing up note. We run quiet, modest, private office and don t know how to make as much noise as some people. We believe people want a quiet place to borrow money flway from the publicity of the crowds. \VE ARE PLAIN PEOPLE, who do business in a plain way, hoping that cur careful attention to business and your interest will merit your patron oge for all time. WE TAKE PLEAS URE in carefully explaining our plan to you. You need not fear about any one knowing. VERY QUIET OFFICES AND EASILY FOUND. OFFICES OPEN TILL 9 P. M. U/TTIL XMAS. RELIABLE CREDIT CO., Room J, Germania Bank Bldg., Cor. Wabasha and Fifth Sts. LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE. S° ™ortsasre; no lndorser; no publicity. EASIER TERMS and lower charges than other 1,,,,n t.»m,janics. A steady oosi tlon all tnat Is required. Quiet orflca easily found. St. Paul Financial Co., Room 301 New York Life Bldg. LOANS to salaried people holding perm anent positions with reliable concerns: only security your name; to others on furniture, pianos, etc., without removal; monthly o r weekly payments; open noon hour; confldenial. 316 and 317 Pio neer Press Bldf?.. third floor, Minne- Bota MortgageJ^oan Co. Lnfo£ S TP SALARIED PEOPLE-On plain notes— only security, your name. lo others on furniture, pianos, etc.. left at your home: guaranteed lowest rates and easiest payments. Guaranty Loan Co., 201 Manhattan Bldg., second flocr. 15 years In business in this city. 5 AND 6 PER CENT Aiu.VEY; to loan on improved property in St Paul and Minneapolis. V. C. Gilman. New York Life 81-ig. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Pocket book; dark green; two ornaments on side;•■containing about '">5 cents; finder please return to Globe office. ■ - ■ LOST^Package; containing suit of clothes, between Wabasha and Western ay.; return to D. E..Fo!ey, Clarendon hotel and receive reward. STOCKHOLDERS' MKETIXU OF THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. Certificate of Increase of Capital Stock. WE, JAS. J HILL,, PRESIDENT AND CRief Executive Officer, and Edward T. Nichols, Secretary of the Great Northern Railway Company, do hereby certify for and In behalf of said company, that the shareholders of said company, at a meet- Ing regularly called and held for Ihe pur pose, on the 16th day of October, I'JQO, at the office of the company in the City of St. Paul, County of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, adopted a resolution by ma jority vote, to-wit, by a vote of over three-fourths in number and amount of such shareholders and the shares in taid corporation, of which the following is a copy: "Whereas, The Board of Directors of tins company, at a meeting thereof, held on the 20th day of April, A. D. 19.0, adopted a resolution providing for the in crease of the capital stock of this com pany from 990,000 to 1,000,000 shares: which resolution was in the following terms: '•Resolved, That for the purpose of rais ing funds to pay for improvements of and additions to this company's railways «md properties, and the equipment and appur tenances thereof, this company will, and, subject to the assent of the holders of three-fourths (%) in amount of all tho outstanding shares of its capital stock, hereby does, increase its capital stock, by ten thousand (10,000) shares, of one hun dred dollars ($100.00) each, so that this company's capital stock shall thereafter consist of one million (1,000,000) shares of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each. 'The company shall not have power to Increase the amount of us stock, without the assent of the holders of three-fourths (%) of all such stock outstanding, at the time of such increase. But nothing in this resolution contained shall be con strued as limiting the power of this com pany to issue bonds, secured by mort gage or otherwise, including bonds in the nature and form of debenture stock, in case such issue shall be deemed expedient by this company's Board of Directors "Resolved, Further, That the officers of this company be, and th^y hereby are empowered and directed, to procure the assent of the proportion of the company's existing stockholders, necessary to make the said increase of stock effective, and to do all furtl^er acts, and to execute in behalf of thia company, all instruments necessary or proper for carrying; into'ef fect the intent of the foregoing resolu tions." Now, therefore, be It Resolved, By the stockholders of this company, that the said resolution be, and is hereby, in all things ratified and con firmed, and the assent of the holders of the present outstanding shares In the cap ital stock of Ihis company, is hereby given to such proposed increase of stcck. In Testimony Whereof, we have here unto set our hands and the seal of said company, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1200. (Seal.) JAS. J. HILL, President. E. T. NICHOLS, , 1A , Secretary. (io-cent Internal revenue stamp can celed.) STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey—ss. Jas. J. Hill, personally appearing before ir,e, and being du!y sworn, did depos* and say; that he Is the President of' the Ureat Northern Railway Company and its Chief Executive Officer; that Edward T Mchols is the Secretary of said Com pany; that he executed the foregoing certificate and knows Its contents, and the same Is true. Subscribed and sworn to before me at St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota this 6th day of December, 1900. (Notarial Seal.) C. C. McELWEE, Notary Public, Ramsey County, Minnesota. STATE OF NEW YORK, COUNTY OP New York—ss. Edward T. Nichols, personally appear ing before me, and being duly sworn did depose and say; that he is the Secretary of the Great Northern Railway Company; that he executed the foregoing certifi cate and knows its contents, and the same is true. The above certificate was sworn to be fore me, the undersigned, A Commission er for the States of New York and Min nesota, residing at Mansion House Borough of Brooklyn in the City of New York, and State of New York, this 30th day of December, 1900. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal the flay and year aforesaid. (Seal.) J LLOYD HALL, Commissioner for Minnesota in New York. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF Ramsey—as. Office of the Register of Deeds. This Is to certify that the within in strument waa filed for record In this office at St. Paul, on the 21st day of De cember, A. D. 1900, at 11:10 o'clock a m and that the same was duly recorded in Book I of Incorporations. EDWD. G. KRAHMER, Register of Deeds. STATE OF MINNESOTA-DEPART mont of State. I hereby certify that the within Instru ment was filed tor record In this office en the 21st day of December, A. D. 1900, at 11 o'clock a. m., and waa duly recorded in Book J 2 of Incorporations on page — ALBERT BERG, Secretary of State. POPULAR WANTS HORSES AND CARRIAGES. LUMBERMEN TAKE NOTICE-Barrett « Zimmerman are at the head of the h«ayy weight drafters in the North west, and undersell all competitors, as purchasers pay only the actual pro- Kianfi* Prlc^ s- Tney nave m head con \xt\ y °^ hand to select from at their f'7. 3 y ho»-se market, St. Paul. Come deeir^d y°Ur klnd; part time given U SS-^1^"0110109. lot neay draft • rrf^'» also medium weight horses. Griggs-Bros.. Third and Cedar sts ACCOUNTANT. G2O? R S£°r TT ' cxpe:t accountant. !?L2i ew York P fe Bld £-: books de signed, examined, opened, posted bal- O Ced so aC dlOSed; CUy and COuntr TRAVELERS' GUIDE. XJSXOS JUKFOT, SILUL.KV hTKKKT. Trains leav« anj arrive at St. Paul ai ioIIovcb: "North-Western Uoe"-C. St. P.M. &O.Rj. Office 382 Robert St. 'Phone 480. tEx. Sun. tEx. Sat. .-,.„ .__ §Ex. Mon. Othars Dally. lEAVE **RJVE Badger State Express ) 8.30 lain Chicago, Mil., Madison .... I „, 1 T'm * Chicago "Atlantic Ex." 11 10 djti 11 V),™ if§sfe§|f &slsli L.mlteJ I 8-10 713 Chicago, Mil.. Madison ) pm am Duluth, Superior, Ashland., f p" a**J Menkato, St.James. Su. City t 40 am t4 15 -.-« Deadwood, Bflack HHls....* } 40 tS 725 a£ Elmo^ m A1 > D" Moln V t 7^o am t7.35p2 Omaha Express » 10.00 h4* Su. City, Omaha, Kan. City \ 'T ';** St. Jarr.es, New Ulm, Tracy.. 10,00 am 7.35 on vZZII >' mro - 4.50pm t10.05i.-n Falns£i*;hf ■iJf ms -*"'""V t ♦•50pm tlo.osani Omaha LlmiteJ I 8-30 71% Su. City, Omaha. Kan. Cltv f • pm I am Ticket Office 365 Robert Street. 'Phane oS. Leave. » Daily. t Ex. Sunday. ■ Arrlvo. *8:30 am Chicago, Lax, Milwaukes ...1*10:15pm •3:35pm Chicago, Lax, Milwaukos ... \*\ 1:50 a m •6:55 p m Chicago, Lax. Mllwaukso ... \ *2:50 p m *Bj m . ma Rner iiiet!i*7 *3:55 p m Chicago, Faribo, Dubuque.. . *10:40 a m t3:3sam Hastings, RedW'g, Roch'ter fl 1:50 am am La Cross, Dubuq'e, Rk Isl'nd *10:15 p m •8:00- a m Northfiold.-Faribo, Kan. City »6-05 p m te:2oamOrtonviils. Millbank- .. ... t6:30 *6:50 p m Ortonvilla, Abardean. Fargo; *7:35 am t/:?0pm Northfleld, Faribo, Austin...! t9:30 /0H&. TICKET OFFICE friT^ffl Cor. sth and Robert Sts. 1 AGS&fil ,; Union Station, St. Paul. yJtf^£\Y Milwaukee StaUon, Minneapolis. CgLvl'v^ Dining and Pullmau fleeplng Cars on Winnipeg and Coast Trains. . "Dally. tEicept Bunday. Leave Arrivo PiCiflO lip. Fargo, Jamestown. Helena, Butte. Missoula, Bpo- *7CCA *Q 1)flp ke.ne,Taeoraa,Beattle,Port;ian<j O.Uum L.LVU Dikotl * Kia. Szp. Fargo.Fergug I'fclls, Wahpefon, Crooketon, *7i\f\r C 7 \Zk G<l. Forks, Orafton, Winnipeg O.UUu I.lorn Fa?«ro«d Leoeh Lake Lseal, Bt. 4 _ M _' Cloud, Brainerd, Waiker, i7l}f\^ IGftflP BemiJji.Farifo..... .' OL\iu D.UUm 'Duluth Short Lino" DULUTH & ■ ! 19.15 an *7.15 aa SUPERIOR .3Sg t2.CO pn oUPJI-KIOR >11.15 pm *6 30 Fa Ticket Office— 332 Robert St., CorrFourtfiT 'Phone Main 85g. Leave. | a Dally, b Ex. Sunday, | Arrive. bS:3sam St. Cl'd. F'gs F'ls, Frgo b6:,>spm bß:3Kam TVlllmar, v!a St. Cloud b6:ospm n9:ooam Flyer Mont. & P. Coast a'':3opm b9-10am! (Willmar, S. P.. Y'kton) K r., K !L. DJ.iuam s . x City, Brown . Val) I bs:3spm b4:4spm!Elk R.. M. & Sandstone bl0:0oana b4:4opni|Wayzatn & Hutchlnson bo:lsam a7:ospm[Breck.,Fargo, G.F.Wpg a7:4sam aS:3opm|...Minn. & Dak. Exp... a7:3oana EASTERN MIXNESOTA .RAILWAY. JKSSSI Du]»^ *-W. BupenoTjgig^ Sleeper for 11:20 p. m. train can be oc cupled at any time after 9 p. m. Chicago Great Western Ry. "The Maple Leaf Route." City Ticket Office, sth & Robert Sts., St. Paul. t E». Sunday; othorg daily._ FOR ItRRIVtfHdM Kenyou. Dodge Center, t 8.10 am + 8.30 pm Oelwein, Dubuque, Free- 8.10 pni 750 am port. Chicago and East, 11.20 pm 12.55 pm CeaarKalls,Waterloo,Mar- t 8.10 am t 8.30 pm shalltown, Dcs Moines, 8.10 pm 7.50 am Bt. Joseph, Kansas City. 11.20 pm 12.55 pm Cannon Falls, Ke(l Win t 8.10 am t 8.30 pm Northfleld, Faribault, 6.05 pm 9.50 am _WatervlU©,Mankato __ - Mantorvllle Local. __ C.OSpm 9..,0 am Im^SSBH 81 Best line to jpg-yTnTCgg? H^P CHICAGO AND MS ■'III™ st.louis L^^^J Lv.For| STATIONS. ~ I Ar.From 6:lsam Winona, La Cross<s, Dubuque ' and Chicago, except Sunday 12^5 pm B:lsam Winona, La Crosse, Dubuaue and St. Louis, except Sunday B:ospm Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque, Chicago and St. Louis, daily V:45 am Ticket Office 400 Eobert Street. Tel. Ma-a36 ff? M., ST. P. & S. S. M. R'Y. tS City Ticket Office, 379 Robert St. TeL 105JL , Union Depot, St. Paul. Lea\e.| EAST. | Arrive. 7Atlantic Limited (daily). I B:4sam lO'OOamißhlnelander Local (exßun)| s:o3pm 6:2spmlSt. Croix Falls Local, ex Sunday. From Broadway Depot, foot Fourth St—l 9:lsam "WEST. 9:osam!Pacific- Express (Pacific - • I • Coast) daily. i 6:55pm B:lopm|Glenwood Expreas fexSun) 9:soam WISCONSIN CENTRAL R'Y CO. City Office. 875 Robert St 'Phone No. 694. StTaull All Trains Dally." ... |A^ve. ' / |Eau Claire. Chip. Falls.l E Milwaukee and Chicago] B:lsam |A»hland, Chippewa F'is.t i - 7:4opml.Oshkosh. Mil, and Chi. s:oopm 91. & St. L. Depot—Brood A 4th. Minneapolis & St. Louis RS Office. 398 Robert. 'Phone 661. St. Louis D»?3t. Leave. | *Daily. 1 Except Sunday. lArrlv* t9-©0 EW HOT LIIIE TO t 7t33 .^ 0 OMAHA [£ 'IS? AMD DES MOIH2S *|£ D . r, ? Albert Lea, Cedar Rapldi Chl t9:oo am,'. cago, Kansas City....... 17:30 pti •7:00 pm ..Chicago & St. Louis Limits i.. *8:40 ara Watertown, New Ulm. St. I James. Sherburno, • Esthorvllla! tB:3S am .......-. andS»orm Lak0;....... tS:3D 11 New Ulm Local— James, I •5:00 pm;.Sherburno and Esthorvlllo...U:ooa« £?H CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYfOYALPILLS R/"^St+K»»ii-if Of!* lM" ,ond Oul ' Genuine. TO S! t&iS 7» h blue r'bb<">- Tntc no other. Refuio TTS- — ruiDj^ta'"' JO,p«O T*»UmonI»l«. Sold bj.