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Field. Schiick $ ._&
Monarch shirts
j New Spring* patterns—^swell and exclusive styles that
! will be popular the coming season. They have separate cuffs and are
j made in the best "possible manner. The genuine 1.00 Monarch shirts
! on ssle Monday at
;411 45° 45 c
Whi^s&ts.awt reduced prices in this "great Annual
' Shirt Sale-prices that make it profitable for you to stock up now for
! months to "come.'; _ . ..- .-T . . — . ■'■-. .'
! Our Wellington laundered short bosom white shirts made of
i first-class muslin with pure 18.00 linen bosoms— that are finished
i and laundered in™first-class "maimer and are good values com- jr _^~ -li. -
--: pared with "bargain sale" dollar shirts —On sale Monday at 3 6]|&jS^
; for 1.00, or, each..; - ." . J*■ ....
80C for our 1.00 Welling- 6$C for our 75c Welling- for' our 50c Welling
ton ur.!a_ndere_ shirts." ' ' 'ton unlaijndertd shirts. . ton unlaunder. d .shirts. -•-"'>
We believe our 1.00 Wellington shirt to be the best dollar shirt on the market —
It is made for us by the Quaker City people and has always given great satisfac
tion —It's a mighty unusual bargain at 80c. - . *" . ■-■•
CITY HEISTS.
The park b«ard will meet Monday even
ing. The* annual report. of Supt. Nuss
baumer WW -be-presented.
'Th*!-*. .W..1.. bQ.a meeting of the Second
Ward Improvement association Monday
evening at 7i_. East Seventh st.
Crusaders'. T. A. society, Fort and Sixth
streets, will elect officers for the ensuing
term- _.-;'. j)'.<.l«jUv this afternoon. .
The St. Paul Tourist club will give its
third " "sMei.-it"-'!!..!. Of the season Tuesday
evening. J^Vl: 15, at Sherman hall. -
Prof. Fi'_ncois C. Boucher, . consular
agent of thtf" French government in. St.
Paul since iv-">. will return to Paris soon.
* The night schools at the Madison and
Cleveland buildings, which were closed
during the holidays, will reopen tomorrow
night.;;....
The J.i.-k.-.m-Di-cw Mothers' club will
meet Wednesday afternoon at the Jack
• son school, Dr. A. W. Miller will deliver
an address.
Vis Mental Science Practical?" will be
, .he topic_,at the meeting of the -Men!!',
Science temp'lo'at 11 o'clock this morning
at Central hy.il.
„.,•__,.The Crusaders will hold their serai
annual e'e-. tion 'of officers at their hall
...this aj.tevnoon. All members are request
ed to be present. '■■'-;-'. .- •
"*"' The "funeral' of the late Charles Koeh
„.ler, for years secretary \ of • the work
house, " will " be" held at* _ o'clock today
I from McCarthy & Sons. 385 Wala-liu
. street. .
' "City" _sßgi__?ef Claussen has notified
....Health .Conynissioncr Ohage that he has
no desire to name the garbage inspectors
«mi will., delegate that authority to the
commissioner. ;
The ' regular quarterly mating of ■ the,.
Burr Sire, i Improvement society will be
held Mon. ay evening at the Grace
Methodist, church parlors, near Burr and
.. Minnehaha streets, at S o'clock.
Dr. McGregor, of Park Congregational
church, will give aiKeview this evening of
II bis recent ' taiks on "lichees From the
,'. lloiy^Lartfj/^iilhistrated by ninety'views
' shb'v.r. by die iHTyliydrogen tight.
- . Ilia .Socialist- Labor party will not hold
a.meeting tomorrow afternoon;'as usual,
jj but I v.iU'.bet,inTts second series of .lectures
.". SuiUlii'y, Jail. : Si. _;.___ John W.. 'Johnson
.... jwill :., eak on "The Class Struggle."
Henry -liuV-k. npoehler, aged eighty
two years, died yesterday at the homo of
'* his son-in-i. v.. B. Morrman, __ Thomp
son avenue. The interment will be at
Watv.iiia.^arvor . ounty, Minnesota.
The G<»___aii-__ii<«*rican Veteran asjo
_MJl«ttt__~lioT?_su It-4: regular meeting this
'' 'eyerup^jxl ,'&_u m. in Garfield hail, Grand
~""1>foek, Wabasha street. Th,. annual elec
•.^ijijji. of officers will i.- held?*
- The Juniui'..l'ioneers will hold their
Twelfth annual entertainment Wednesday
: ... eV'.tiiiing, - a-t?=»tne association parlors, In
Elks' hall, i.owry Arcade. The entertain
raent-progTSTYrfne will be followed by dan
ring
Associates in the city engineer's office
yesterday presented J. B. Irvine" 1 with a
complete set of draughting tools and a
handsome briar pipe. M,}. Irvine Monday
;enter, upon his new duties as county
•' surveyor.
A-.meeting -of the Ninth Ward Rough
Riders' club will be held this afternoon
•- at the- i«»-.,iii Republican club rooms.
at which time officers will be selected
and steps taken to make the organization
. permanent.
Mrs Rose, of Dcs Moines. 10., was ap
. poiiUrd matron of • the Woman's Chris
: tian home, at the meeting of the board
yesterday. Mrs. C. E. Van Duzee am!
Mrs. A, W. punning were named visitors
for the month. '■■
The . fpflterar^Tie William Engel, who
... i- - " CITY'S CASH.
City Comptroller's Office,
St. Paul. .^iinn... January -), 1901.
The amount of funds of the City of St.
Paul on hand at the close of business
• -this' day. and where deposited, as fol
lows:
: Merchants' 'JCa.lo_.al Bank J93,605.3t
National <" rman-American Bank 1.6,701.(2
St. 'Paul National Bank 69,162.27
Scand. American Bank 33,276:51
.__.: Union Bank 36.163.10
State Bank 8,211.53
J'l'W'Voik tut. Ac'r't f... 1C9.595.07
Local Coupon Acc'.t 4.592.67
vault ......-.-...':'.'::... 601.17.
Total••_..■.•.•.'-..T.'.."'.T $512.322.
J. J. MeCARDV.
• -■■. •• •-•• •-.•; j City Comptroller.
YERXft!
a- Whatever may need in Table Supplies are
here^-and of nlitiss the finest. | :
Cr/n-C . Such as tt_SV"SVbres sell for their best,
{ago all large clean and warranted, |7fi
-.- . per dc- . „.'... lib
Peserved Strawberries^^^J^c
Preserved Raspberries .lA^! T fit
-can, only ; ::„.. v .,,.. .: Oil:
Pio- -' Pure New York Cider, per 16 gallon (hard
UluCl - w.oi) ;.=s_, »ach-si.so. per 10.
gallon .r.'.v, .......;...•..:.... ..... 100
Lea & Perrin's X^ftSi!±- 38c
,^V- pln.t tonics ..:'.;::: ...... ..lie
Cheese ,2? &..- ._&. •.. 2. ... ± IOC
Mayflower IWte-4fe?^3&'SK
■ made M'_heScta famous b.*be_iijawarded the -first
prize over all .ha world it .fie Paris Exposition and
.'ali-othSr centers *_i_sreTe. placed, price per • 07_
ZiG
Crew cry.Putter Sft^gwjjjji
Oaiiy Butter;:; I6g, IBc y 20g^-22c
Pure : Jetty 22*27 10c
Evaporated : Mc]ies^i^.c^-^6*&
Onions 20c i
died Friday at St. Joseph's hospital, will
be held at 2:30 today from the residence"
i of hi* sister, Mrs. John Bruch, 254 Duke
street, followed by services at St. Fran
cis church at 3 o'clock. . ..-..,.-_,..,..
The German-American Veterans' - ?.?so
ciatiofi will meet at .3 o'clock today 1 in
Garfield hall, the Qran. block. J. P. I.eit
ner will read a. paper and several mem
bers of the association will relate Civil
war experiences. The annual election of
.officers will be. held.
State Treasurer A.. T. Koeraer wound
up the accounts of his office yesterday
afternoon. He will make public, the .fig
ures of the department for the year 19 0
Monday morning, when the treasurer
elect will take charge- Mr. Koerner will
return to his home at Litchfield, Minn. ' •
The state auditor yesterday received
$2,844.94 from the Minnesota university
as miscellaneous receipts for the month
of December. Most of the money was
derived from students' fees. The audi
tor has also received $3,750 from the fed
eral government as due the state* under
the Hatch bill.
Mr. Ed Tubbesing, of the firm of Tub
besing Bros., and Fred Group-man, of
the B. Presley company, will leave to
night for an ex-tended tour of the East
ami South, attending the convention
of the National League of Commission
Merchants at Cleveland, on Jan. 9. They
will go as far South as New Orleans.'
HI ENS I HI
POLISH BOY SERIOUSI.Y WOIXDED
BY A\OTlli-_U vol
LAI) **
TWO HOSTILE BAWDS OF BOYS
It. l>i. juite for t'o's. e_>.ion «if a Skat
.\ in« Place — FiKlitiliK' OeeuT .-:
«n:! _l .Wineliestei'*''
...■■",' 'Whs Used.
A longstanding feud between two bands
01" boys living in the vicinity of .West
ern avenue, near the bluff, resulted in the
shooting- of Joe Klacetsky, a fourteen
year-old boy, who. home is at -185 Banfil
street.
The injured boy is lying at the city hos
pital, with a rifle ball-in his left hip, and
Theodore Shipp, aged sixteen, is at cen
tral police station, arrested on a charge
of assault with a dangerous weapon. With
him arc John Jarroh and Leo -Matkiewiz,
held as witnesses.
About -i o'clock yesterday afternoon
Klacetsky, with several young friends,
was walking .on the Milwaukee tracks
near Western, avenue. They were on their
way to a certain spot on the river where
they had been forbidden to skate by the
hostile crowd. Tlu^ members of the lat
ter crowd have a dugout near the tracks
which they use as their headquarters.
When they saw the members of the other
gang approaching they sali.«_?. out and
made an attack. -Jarroh seized a Win
chester rifle which belonged to the ac
coutrement of the dugout. He shot into
the other boys, and the bullet struck
Klacetsky. As the injured lad fell an
other member of the party, hurled a rock
and .truck him in the head, inflicting a.
painful wound. He was taken to the city
hospital, where his injuries were pro
nounced serious. The matter was report
ed to the police, and, after an investiga
tion. Detectives Frazer and O'Neil arrest
ed the three boys now in jail
FOR THE \OI.THW.:sTI.K\ TROPHY
Annual Whist Tourney ~to Be Held
This Month.
The Northwestern Whist association
will hold its fourth annual tournament
Jan. _5 and 26 at the rooms of the St.
Paul iVhist club in the Globe bui'din-
Ten. clubs . will compete' for j the Nor
western trophy, which is now held by
the Minneapolis .club.
LITTLE HOPE FOR BAASEN.
Tin* Colonel Is Slowly Sinking at the
Soldiers' Home.
'Col. Francis Baa sen, who is critically
ill at the Soldiers' home hospital, -with
progressive gangrene, was reported last
night as growing; gradually worse.
He is expected to live only a few.days.
Corn Starch St. ..;...::.. :;.i3^;
uOU3 packages '..:....' 3_C
Grapes _X baskel. ............;... 10c
Tomatoes £ . ............. 7c
California Grape a....J.....: 4c
Wax Candies S ib. lie
Sweet Corn 2^ c;^.]:.... .:..':;..... 9c
Graiiuiited^iigarg.K^trrS
: borders).... ..*: .K.4A:. .. .... .-..-. .:....sll UU
Good-BalSwin Apples £_£....... 20c
Good Baldwin Apples EE* $1.95
.1 o__i.no c^'3" steed California Lemons, • Qn.
LttMiL'UO: ioz._uf.'>Ax....M»^ ....... OC
Ciq-q Good New California Figs, pound On
;' U_ ? , **<&?. .9$. *•*• .. r st- « ;• ••_ *.. • t__;• v- A fv . ; Oil .
New UarterS;, : . ::^ 5c
.'_ v... «tl.» _ J*.-. 'ZZlft-Zi.i '.- i., f«jn.,;i«i .IJ-.-V -. „
iteßoaey X, IQc
=lss_^p_s'^-_sSssi_.;:2s-
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THE St* PAUt GLOBE, SUNDAY, ; JANUARY 6, 1901.
Sorosis shoes —The standard of merit in SaMt** * t_l JM _ fl.__ tf _? _-^___ attk __TV t _-_ -.«, „ t : » _t„
i^AkA^m afm a^ _4»l4_lii%^ m* m w jsk Jouvm aloves —-The genuine "Jouvins only
v/omsn*s footwear-—lO styles, all sizes, all widths— _P^ IIT Hal A HIH H M __. H__T /W ■_f A"^__ ,_ , _, _ , , , - _
„_- , ' ___T^ ft W_L_ H sLiI __ _i___^^_J l9fißL._na _______ If _&_ V _ are sold here under that name—they re the standard
3.50 always. * 3 B_ V4_H_. & **&& S3 W9 a H w T&rw IL/WA . ,
« ™ -"r- ■• "*»"vy * w at 4"*** of glove excellence.
; j.-j- '■ _; ..__!' ... T2 l ■:■;"■ ::.' .; ■ ' ~~~ ~~~ '_" • : :.'-■■- ■■ . • ~~~~~ —: ••' .' —
*hw%*% &^%jp %?& M» *%*%&&&& JL& JL &<^^JL Jl tS*£^ <&%**/ W% i/(lvi!M^jJ]
Surpassing past sales— establishing new records—- adding to the prestige of the store, and, jp^^^^
above-all, proving conclusively that this is THE linen store of the Northwest The careful planning and close '^W«i_|ftw
figuring of months' ago are bearing fruit now in linen bargains that stand without counterparts in the Twin* Cities, f Tl^.
John S. Brown & Sons* linens occupy first place here because they are the finest/ most reliable linens I 1 \
made ** * but they are not the only ones to be had at reduced prices * * everything in the linen room is being sold at I • <*s*^ktZ^L
ri „less than usual, and in most instances :>4^t:^'''" : -'-*.'.!'.'..^ \ $ ■ _jT_tm<b^^tim^'
Prices actually average &bdut half regular.
Tablecloths- John g Brown & Sons' make-the choicest Napkins— John S. Brown $ Sons' make—they Table linen-choice bleached damask table linen in hand- .
new patterns to choose from—all sizes. „_ . . . ; ., match the cloth/are clean, fresh) yet prices are reduced Uke this: !; some new designs— excellent values—by the yard. ■ :2222>-.
--2.66'f0r.J..5.8- A.75 for J. S. B. &Q. 35 for J. S. B. & . 4%'SS dc.z. J. S:b:& £.96 'doz'. 'j. 5.8.& A.50 doz.' J. S. B. &'* C *» C for 80c <luaU- -ftft'c for I.2squali- "* IS for 1.50 quail- .
*-/v;;;.S. 4.50 cloths.; .*»: ;...S. 8.00 cloths. Jf...;S. 12.50 cloths. : ,'*, :; - : S. 4.50 napkins. O. S. 9.00 napkins. V S. 13.50 napkins. 0/ ty—62-inch. OO ty ._6.inch. * ty—72-inch.'
2.92 for J. S. B. & .65 for J. S. B. & .85 for J. S. B. & - 3.95 ; doz. J.S.B. & X.30 J. 5.8.& IA.TO doz. 1. S B &_"'" "' -0-1. *«?» :: =v. ■- -=--,'•• ,„_ ■■■-,
*y. S. 5.00 doth,. „5 % 9.00 cloths., "*S. . 7.00 cloth, i*° S. 6.00 na P kin, 0*° s J,J .^ lO^ £ £ Z^t^V'^-^ 7 J.lo^rL3s quali- ,45 for 1.75 quali-..
: *7OforJ.S.B.& y.loforj.S.B.& |(VOO for j. S. B. & J. 40 doz. J.S. B. & 7.95 d0z.J.5.8.& J A.9s doz. J. S. B. & -^eh. .;. ty-72-mch. * . ty-72-inch. "> ;
„■■'■ S. 6.00 cloths.; / S. .00 cloths. *• S. 27.50 cloths. *# . S. 6.50 napkins. / S. 12.00 napkins. **9 s. 20.00 napkins,,, Na Pk\ ns to match—s-8 and 3-4 sizes— prices.
Special purchase— 3so damask linen tablecloths made by Special purchase— 2so dozen damask napkins made ,by' ' r -90 f0r^2.50 napkins. • 2.95 for 4.00 napkins. <::
John S. Brown & Sons—full 2 yards wide by 2 1-2 yards r-J^fiifV"'- Jo*™ i>. Brcwn & ' Sons—s-Bxs-8 in size—napkins that . .;^_-^r*A'* 5.60 for 3;50 napkins. a27'M 3*90 for 5.50 napkin ■■'■ sfe 2
long—cloths that 'sell here and everywhere regularly at.i.jr" are well worth the regular price of 4.25 a dozen in this ."• *_^»OU ■■•■-,- - •, • '•■ . .
3.25, go in this . sth annual linen sale a t-.;;..'...;-; ..;. * 45th annual linen 5a1e;.......... ....... . -"*- ■■& .: * CC . a yard for heavy table padding or silence cloth-full 60,
--•.... . ..-• ••••-• ...,..,*..•.. \W\J inches wide-best SOc quality.
1.50 bedspread./- 78c - 2?SLi2 ,i*^ „tai fc^^^^^^- lrij . h linen "^-lK^tar. Towels and toweling
Unusual offering—a great purchase .-. 2.4&f0^-egular 4.00 bedspreads. .. Linen sheets of - fine Irish . linen—hem- T_»m__»j__H-.-. n •*..,-•_. . . _ *;'-i-'
honeycomb bedspreads in Marseilles designs- 4^S f ovular 6150 breads. . - stitched .at top, plain hem at bottom. ' rc^J^^MlnrhT "^
they are what manufacturers are pleased to call .^^ f . 7:^ds^: 2' 3-95^ for 6.00 linen sheets^9ox96 inches.- ■ , 2 reaay tor use—size ™ inches— »» c
.. ._ Ii tK_„__ tt, _ ♦ __ k 11 * ♦* 575 for regular 7.50 bedspreads. 3-95 for 6.00 linen sheets—9ox96 incnes. eac h M. .
seconds, though the hurt may be so small as to » v '"?: .* b A^ .ucuaH"=«tu a . Aon •« •*
;be practically unnoticeable- they are really 7-40 for regular 10.00 bedspreads. 4-«0 for 7.00 linen sheets-90x96 inches. - -■ • - - ■
g 1.25 and 1.50 spreads, but in this great linen -sale _ 1175 for tegular 14.50 bedspreads. " 5-80 for 9.00 linen sheets-90x96 inches. .. »™ *?^7^™ J^ " tOWCIS' '
I." we make the price , _. 2 o , d bl^ch towel$ _. bet linen-hem- 7,20 for 10.001inensheets-90x96 inches. b^npS^ 1.".. '[ . I0 C
7®>i *&& **%* . stitched, hemmed and fringed. '& ■' Linen pillow cases-neatly made and hem- -An immense stock and prices ridiculously
#^^ __2t__W _P_r4 32C for 426 old bleach towels. stitched by hand. '- ... : , „ , ,
V<f%_* .V.O^^AA An 00 "v low—extra large oleached Terry bath towels— full"
; 42C for 60c old bleach towels, y SOC for 1.25 linen pillow cases. ' ' 5 feet ' long—worth. 50c each. Linen mi+Q
Fringed bedspreads-one case of fine " 4«C. for 70c old ; bleach towels. -.'r ; ;';*- 1.35 for. 1.85 iinen pillow cases. m 5aiepr1ce.,....;....,... 33 ■'*■
.. - ■■■:„■ , , _ .. 1 :■■ .-• . /OC .for 1.00 old bleach towels. . . • „ -. 1.70 for 225 linen nillow n_<;. - '"""*' '* m" ■' „' . 1, t . '\_»~ ,
satin Marseilles bedspreads, extra large sizes, ,'■..-.,,. s r; „--., „.,. , ; . ■- *•'" , ior z.^o nnen pillow cases. Toweling— linen glass toweling—red .Or
with heavy knotted fringe for brass beds 3.45 1,20 for 1.50 old bleach towels, 3-4© for 4.50 linen pillow cases; > blue check-full 18 inches wide-regular -^ c
, —regular 3.so—linen sale price .... « . 1.38 for-1.75 old.bleach towels. 3.50 for 5.00 linen, pillow cases.-.- •: -12 l-2c quality, per yard y T
specials : in- sheetings Bleached cotton sheeimfLs
A medium heavy quality of bleached sheet- '^S^^^^^^^^tM^S *^ ' «*w 9RA*^Qf_P
ing—easy to wash and durable in wear, '~A ¥_£_.!_. ■ ■ JL%L- ~: ~ ' - ;■■.. ,_:-«' ;'.'•'"'
■' 7 Xi tor 22c sheeting, 2 yards wide. J %$ leSS tli&ll If^gtH&l! PFICOS«, ./
22C for 27c sheeting, 2/ yards wide. "- ■' I. '.. .. .:' .. • ..\±:'^ i-. c : I*^.l" ' j i ',-' ... . • .-
Heavy quality bleached sheeting-strong t A fortunate purchase of several thousand yards enables us to ofter the
■:-• -: ■■- ■■■••■. . >^.. genuine New York Mills sheetings at about a third less than regular prices. This sheeting is extra heavy,
round re_ co on. ,^ without a particle of dressing. . It is recognized as the highest grade' sheeting made and is the hiehest . riced
20C for 25c sheeting, 2 yards wider - £l|- sheet^ Qn the market J ,2..2-7 ■ 77-..,/7. " ..- -
..•.. 23c for 28c sheeting, 2% yards wide. New Yor Mills bleached sheeting-2 % NeW York Mills bleached sheeting—
I3C for 17c pillowcasing, 1% yards wide. yards wide —lowest regular price 28c a _a^«.^ yards wide, lov/est regular price 30c a
. Unbleached sheeting—prices reduced. . yard—in this great sale .. ■•j. •• ■ ..-'• 2C_! yard—in this great sale
- \/«i.: 16c for 20c quality, 2 yards wide. ' t .<- f0r,.,.-i-.._.. :^ :..:.'.. '.'.:?.: ............. _■■- - f0r................................. .&**s* .•
». *••> lßc for 22c quality, 2% yards:wide. '*" i -i-''i»*TKisls an opportunity that comes but seldom There's not a better wearing sheeting made and at this price
20C f« r 25c quality, 2 1-2 yards wide. - • -'; it's a^poSiftyft-^fergain;' ■* * '-"'^ '"c :-- . ■-■■ - /. . ' -»^_,.. ".
Sale of dress good*/* remnants
Remarkable reductions in the prices^of all remnan^and short lengths
of dress goods measuring up to 8 yards. An unreserved clearance of all the. high-priced, the
low-priced and the medium-priced remnants that have accumulated during an unnsually
brisk dress goods season. Reductions run from 25 per I cent to 50 per cent— a distinct
saving, a distinct advantage to buyers of stylish,"dependable, goods. _. ; . ; •
Remnants of Cashmeres and Serges. ...A- A ■"'" /
2 aßjnag I Remnants of zibelines and Venetians. fp^_^^©/
iP^'O/ Remnants of poplins and broadcloths. KaL-'lrla /
-^, /A Remnants of Meltons and golf-figs. i%ll.jP /C%
X- ■ J / Remnants of plaids and fancies. c ■ !kjM^^7' -" *
_^is 2£ %^ Remnants of cheviots and granites, . „ .-'
-> Lengths suitable for waists, fur children's dresses, for' separate skirts and ■ for .grown folks'
• gowns. The last ends of the choicest winter weaves and woolens yours now at a fraction of
worth.
Reduced prices on fine black dress good./*— The best goods from the
. world's best weavers are being sold much below real value. ' •- ■
Lupin's French cheviots Prie^tly's cr&venette cheviots
1.50 quality reduced now t0....... -£l-20 1.50 quality reduced now to;. .............1 .1.19.
' 1.60 quality reduced now t0... ............._yO. ■ I.7s|&lity>educpd now to. -...;..'.. ...'.=l.-39"
. 1.75 quality reduced now to .7... ... 1-40 2.00* quality reduced now to ...........,. 1 .69
2.00 quality reduced now t0..........\.*.... 1.50 2.2s'quali"ty reduced now t0......... ..... 1. 79
-.■-..-.=■. ■-->■-- •"-.-■•■ - ■ - . - --.■•• ■■- •-,'•---•*•••■■•■ *._____________ ______________ : i________"
Hi MID
CHARLES L.."PARR EXPIRES SID
DEXLY FROM HEART -
,; ... FAILURE
WAS A RETIRED CONTRACTOR
Up to tlie Time of 'Dentil He Api»«r
ently Enjoyed Good Health—
Discovered by His
.": " '".,.' "Wife.
Charles L. Parr was found dead at 7:30,
o'clock last night in a woodshed at the
rear of" his house, \ 294 Thirteenth street.
After an inquest, Coroner Nelson pro-,
nounced heart failure th, . cause. ...';.• .;
Mr. Parr was in apparently good health
:up to: the time, of .his death. His wife
was away all day, and on returning home
was surprised to find the. dcors.open and
tires ! put. Tana her husband nowhere to :be
found. She beccame alarmed, and alter
. searching for him found him lying dead
in the, woodshed. He had apparently gone
out for wood, and, while-there tell dead,
Neighbors were.summoned and. the p. lice
notified."at, .oiice^S. ,*-••. A
Mr. Parr was'born at Tunbridge Wells,
England, in 1830. When twenty-one years
old he came to America to seek nis for
tune and ..located -■-. in Canada. ...Fifteen
■years', he came, with hi. wife, to St.
Payl and engaged -in . railroad contract
ing until 'two years ago, when his health
.became; impaired, lie then retired from
• active, pursuits... His wife was his only
•relative in this country. .•-.._ -
FOR THE NEW OFFICERS
I'M l-..iDE\T OF CO. 1.11-KCIAI. CUB
TO 111* jBXTERT..I?'. THIfIISDA V. ..
Tn view nf'tlii- f. ct' that new officers of
the Commercial c'.ub have recently been
elected, an informal : reception ■•will be'
'■ gi? dr. to- President H. A. BQrardman; arid!
the members'ofthe"'club ■ and their ladies
-
next Thursday afternoon between the
hours of 12 and '2. «;-■.-...-:.;< ="_.--. ,->■
r Secretary Stine says fhat it is expected
most of the members of the club, will
in 'attendance, and ah enjoyable time is
looked for. Music for the occasion will
be furnished by Wolf- & Barrett' s quar
tette. , "... •-.-' :'~. •'■... _
- H. P. ' Buckar," special commissioned, for
the Pan-American exposition, will arrive
in the' city .tomorrow, fr_m Chicago for
the purpose. of conferring with.members
of the Commercial, club- relative to an
exhibit from this state. Commissioner
Ruckar thinks that'-the Commercial club,:
if it exerted" its influence in the right di
rection, : could secure an appropriation
from the legislature for "the purpose "Of
representing the state at the exposition.
The matter will be considered, in all \ its ■
phases at the meeting tomorrow.
ARE YOU A DEVONSHIRE MAN
If Vou'Are Tills Letter .Will, Interest
'-:'- .'.- " Yon.;--.;- .-"--:.; :.;,; -'
To the Editor et the Globe: -As presi
dent-elect of the Devonshire association
tor .1901, I am desirous of* submitting :to
the association at its meeting/ in the com-,
ing year; : some - notes'- on .the. history -and
the 'distribution of the descendants. of
Devonshire families permanently or tem
porarily settled in the British colonies, or
in the United Starts "of America;.:. v.;;;
I also wish to 'invito any ,u_h, who
may. chance to be: visiting the old coup
try in August, lata, to-^-T-come members -,
of the associatisp, aqtf -to•■•attend the ,
three days* meeting. m..Exeter. .. ...
; I shall feel greatly obliged.to" any par- j
sons of Devonshire descent or Devonshire i
connections now in--the-Colonies or in the ;
United States whb may see this in vita- ,
tion, if they wouh? -be- sc. gcod 4. towr.le
me, as soon as possible^ to the following
address:" Sir- nl.e.hbridge, ; the .
"Manor house, Exbourn<_.; R. S.O.y Devon* ;
Eng., with any prftticuiar. they can -give,
me of the emigration of their family and
its subsequent" hi_tory,--together: with the
names ; arid addregse^ r<^ its living mem- -.
hers: ;,.-'• -..--. '■'-■-" -*-,**• '.'-I*.:-".- -. •:• •''• ..•". ■
Hoping you will be -so .'good .'as to aid
me in mailing this invitation .known".by.
kindly inserting this'letter. I am, dear
sir, yours faithfully, . • :r* : ••'.'
.-,..;". .•-..-"-. ,■■ ■ .. *---Roper-^Eethbringe."-^
Devon, Eng., Dee. 5. ='.''>. '.- .'"/.•"'."-
-. •":'---•-.-■-.:,; *-. ;_ .-,,. • _*.V 3:-..■*•-■ ':.' . .
I'rit 11 loitou for Lieut. Rusk.
0. il. l"ask a former St.-Paul, news
paper man,"' who has • been f-\ a ■'. second!
lieutenant- in. the marine-corps;: has bean
promoted to' first lieutenant. • y.A r. 5
Spring 1901 foulards: blk silks
Choice foulard and novelty silks designed for the coming season
a^be^g^hownnow-Theybring. the first hints of styles sure to be popular^ Spring
SS_f IlSm_?V f°U,ar,? s ~A swell collection of . these swell silks-satin foulards.
plam twilled. and un ; twilled foulards, printed in newest designs and on new color grounds
KAC re?e^ca^ nal ' heH0 ' lavender, old rose, tan, new blue and others-,. - " '__...
U¥ "generous showing' of pretty Penman patterns-a collection that sells
<* ;.: usually at 1.00. and 1.25 at choice for 69c and 79c IJ?
French foulards in singledresslengths Spring .novelties for shirt waists
-hundreds of exclusive styles ,and C°loVing Superb self colored fancies that wll ™* muss j
shown here onlyno two patterns the <?_._.. . __•_ , , *'u~.:
t_. - ™,_«_._ -,"-- ..-■•* Panems me same— —choice scarce shades, such as new pink, . new
the exquisite,, fashion approved _»■% blue, oid rose, tan, maize, cardinal _AA
__ • _ , „*"- "__*_•© _~ blue, old rose, tan, maze, cardinal __;■. _%X'-
Persian and other odd designs,' all QK^ -'___ others, also blac* and white " If -00
. .-: . , :-■ -s ■' **#€__. and others, also blacK and white, |.»VV
at choice for.. a : m
49c for new corded, wash '.silks—all 4 8c for choice plaided. ' checked ' and
styles and all colors-splendid assortments shown striped fancies-special values at 4 8c-they're
on aisle tables. :■:,,. really worth B S C -:$!?.
for fine novelties worth to . 1.75.-over a hundred styles to choose from including
everything from the very light to the dark effects-swell silks at a bargain price
/ 1.38 ; for 2.00 A matchless offering of the very, best guaranteed black taffeta —^
, bl^Ck taffeta 2?£ nght ' ru f °US and SOft ' the Hind-thatwiUnot crack or tear. _, i 1&!
.- p, ..; _- "'.,. / uU3olnches (one yard) wide-2 yards makes a waist-4. <. yards TOs '
makes a skirt-10 yards makes a dress-a positive 2.00 taffeta for .......... ...7.. "'*.'■^•'-;:
I! OF IB IB
MRS. MURPHY PRETEXTS HER HUS
?fBAX_-*S^I!,IBRA_Y •' TO . MED-*'""_
,'■'■-' ICAL ASSOCIATIOX ; ' « .
it is a Well selected one;
Though Small the Books Are Ex
-;.'*" - tr"_iuely .I ua I>l>-. ' and the ';
Gift Is Therefore Highly
r AiuTreeialed^ " '.;.''.' '
Mrs. Marie Murphy, fi.ufovr' of Dr. J.
H. Miyphy, hi\sp*eseiit|i^Jiey husband's
library -j to the Ramsey. County ' Medical,
association. -• . ••■ -•--■-■*•'--«.-.<>'.,•. „' - <
... The gift is one that will be greatly ap-.
:r'M:off22:.. -: **:
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PIANOS !
SPECIAL, for- balance/-/.0f, ; this week. \
'. The.c discounts we will mstko
.on about a dozen beautiful- pianos left: over frtfrrt:
our. great : Christinas . sale. They- are-of--tni
most. celebrated ; makes; .such, as ' the We-ber,'
. Shaw.. Kurtzman, Vase . & Sons,. Schil'er and'
..Wesley. . This- is.a 'great, chance tO-£et a fln_ '
: piano - cheap. :. Prices'- art'same 1 makes are cut!
jOie-half, offering you a $400 pi. no Tor $200.
: Call on or writs at once to •..-.' '-? •■ .-• ■■> ■; \
'""'.,. ■ '-.--.. ~AA---A-' <-'A- i \
'''-""■- "■■■■ **"-""-./•.'.fT"'*""'" >i.
%&'%_?' _74» "^J-^-ii* jfa 's!nPy^-3 - -17
■■■■:■■{ st. l»__i._c_, .ii.%_..- I j
_-il_ii!__jLi___l____iZ__J:' .' - ■;-.?a;A?yn?t.-_n. - |.;-
--—
2?. ".;.-. V- ;.«■- .-.''.:stij(. 'ff.'.'i .jueiii'V. it.
predated by* the association, not only"
[because. the; library "is valuable, but be
cause of the fact that- the "books once,
belonged, to • a man who * stood high in
his profession, one whose memory-Is
held in deep 'respect.
Dr. Murphy .for :many : years was the
recognized leading surgeon 'in St. Paul.
and, as a practicing/ physician, he also
stood, high, He was a surgeon during
: the Civil war, and at various times held
-•positions of trust. ■.;-•".
Though . the • doctor's ; library . was ■ not
large, -it was exceedingly well selected,
arid, for that reason chiefly-is it "valu
able. .. '.*.-"-. 'A' ; -'-'.' '* ' .
. , "tm ■ ■ ' ■ .
OFFICERS OF ! LETTER CARRIERS
Forma Installation Held at the Reg
. ular Mont lily Meeting. .
;. Branch No. National Association of
Letter "V.'. Carriers,, o _w»ld .-; its'-, regu
lar monthly meeting in the United States
court room in the -old postoffice last
night and installed officers the ehsu-.;.
ing year The officers' were installed by.
-the retiring president A I. Rock,
assisted ..by - Past : Delegates. „
■■ and i Maley. . < The reports of ' the several
committees we re read .arid accepted.- The
following Standing' "committees';' were ap
/pointed• -: T Legislative, . committee—T. ■J.
Doyle. A. I.:. Rock and J. P. : Maley; : con
ference committee —R. *J, Clark, James-
Forest, ": F. H. • Grant;.F. T. /Revord .and |
J. J. - Dillery; entertainment- committee)
William H. Allen, FrafiTi'Dehan, James
j;^Rqt'chford, 'Albert Dilley -and' M. <'.
Petirlinan;;' auditing - -committee—-j( 'M.
Quinn, E. P. Bolton and -I« P. Moore. r ;;
Following are the officers installed:
president. ~J.T A.. _,Hogan;^ vice-president,"i
Nicholas Hendy; : secretary* J. M. 'Quirm A
financial secretary,-; J. ;E. ._-.■ Lackey; col--.
lector. A. J. Taylor; sergeant at* arms,
H. I". Briggs;, trustees.^. J?rorrest.:__. ,1.
Doyle and William v Ga. rity-. .^./.,,... -. :.
i .[ . c.-iJ-'j -r-i-.-.'.'nj--'' a?-;.-':-.' ;.--;.:-. . j^ li i '
C-'-- .few Corporations -Are Formed. } i •'
.';/' -■-_.. ;'■', .'•*<-.■-__:;- ■st\-:u->U" ■ - ,-.i ■■'.-;,-' ■■ -
j Two articles of incorporation' were m led j
with-.-the i secretary /..of . state, yesterday '■.
afternon... The. incorporate, i w)as i
the Hennepin dumber company. ""It has •
a capital stock . of'• $80,000..: and will deal
In lumber., farm .."implements .ynd ofheu-.
.merena»drse"..'r>whole,saJef and ' retail \'.Fol_.s
"lowing are the,Vl'n'cji-horrors'.' 'iitfngst jF. i
Smith; l_up'po \Y. . Ziihm'er, '*Will. . ttl JM d <
McDonald, if! 81 s TmnhYapplte. •., :: .... 1 « 4 1
-,: The .* .-^d-Ho^-ink^pOi'ate 'c-wtfs- tha;
Columbia Minitie corn\MnyyXieSia(fttai'ief^
win be at Driluthj- and the capital sto^k.
... p.f»orniit am 3:.^. lira.*'__; .ur. .ut___ < .
6a_al'6ti3"t6oiv-. 33.- una -. ,_-.,_0 a. Jstjai I ' '
la- fi*i?ii. AsA is Hi ■WF-iirfE. -.. ito'.f shoot _"
Ready-made sheets
The F., S. & Co. Special—Sheets and pil
lowcases—Made to our order and according to
our ideas of quality and finish. ■ . ■.■< •
52C for sheets worth 653—3-4 size.
65c for sheets worth 75.—fu1l size.
75C for sheets worth 85c— . xtra size.' -
IBc for' 50-inch. 20c" for 54-inch.
Well-made sheets of good, strong ma-
terials, at special prices in. this great annual sale.
44C for sheets worth 60c—2x2^ yards.
- 49C tor sheets, worth 65.-2^x2 1-2 yards.
. ICC for 42x35 inch pillowcases. ' '
. I2C, or 45x36 inch pillowcases. ;*, „,;;■''.
will be $50,000. The , incorporators are:
Harry Robe W- T. -Bailey. Joseph
SeUwood and James Sullivan, all of. Dv-
BIDS WILL BE OPENED.
Park Board -Will Consider Forage
. and Dredge Bids. j
A meeting 'of the board of park.com
missioners, has - been called for tomor
row afternoon. '",;
r In .connection with the meeting I bids
foe, j forage - and -fOr the removal of the
big dredge: to "Lake Phalen wttl^ttfe opened
and. considered. .The turning over of
Lexington .avenue and othet*-'-Streets to
the".' park, board..will not' be "acted upon
until the hoard of public w<rtr_rs has en
tered condemnation proceedings.
AFTER 6 O'CLOCK
,- TONIGHT ; r; ;
- _*__*■*■»_: '-.'•-.: -.
■ ____!______ - * ' '"'■■-'-' ■*?-■•
1 ' ___^l^S^_rß__ "*''' * **'"* "*■
I ' And every night until 6 a. m_. the r
LON6 DISTANCE TELEPHONE
..---• -!.; Rates are approximately ,
ONE-HALE THE fiSt RATES -2
. . a .."-.r;^ _. :.r-i j- -„ > ; -_; ..\
II No change f°r making appointments
to talk at -a pea.fi ed time.. .'. . 222' i
Try the . Night Service.
_'V"r,:-';-V-V r*.^'':-
NORTHWESTERN
TEffiMSE _»«._.
a?.ii;w_ o-s_) : 7/._ ft >-• }f;ol> y.'j;^^;
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