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HOMESEEKBRS' TRAVEL WAS THE
; HEAVIEST OP THE SEASON
- YESTERDAY
DU.N.KARDS BOUND FOR N. DAK.
Over Two Thousand People Passed
Through St. Paul Yesterday—El-'
mer's Reported Promotion In
Generally Believed.
Rougil weather did not Interfere with
the homeseekers yesterday, and the
movement was the heaviest since the
j:;>rini; excursions commenced. Many of
ihe travelers reached the city late Tues
day evening, and in the morning trains
from the south brought in fully 1,569
'..< re, must of whom went out via the
Great Northern and the Northern Pa-
Both roads sent out two heavy
sections in the morning, and last night
the iire.it Northern dispatched two ad
ditional trains for points in North Da
kota.
The bulk of the morning travel was to
points in the far YW.st, but the evening
iniins wore loaded with D.mkards from
Indiana and Kansas. Of those there wore
fu'.ly 500, and the contingent is only the
advance guard of others io follow.
Devil's Lake is the point whence these
!»< ople will radiate, and there are already
many thousands of them settled, in that
\icinity, and as far west as Minot.
In the aggregate the union depot offi
cials estimate that 2.0C0 people passed
through the city yesterday, and these
constituted about 700 homesecking unus.
The movement to the Coast states is
gradually decreasing, b.it the excursions
■will not be any smaller or-, th.v account. |
ta and Western Minnesota will'
hereafter l>e the objective points of most j
el those in quest of new homes.
BLMBR TO SI CCEED LORD.
Report That lie Will lie Promoted I*
Believed in Railroad Circles.
The report appearing in yesterday's is
sue to the effect that General Passenger
Agent Lord, of the Chicago Great West
ern, had resigned, and that General
Agent J. P. Elmer, of this city, j wa.«
elated to succeed him, is believed to be
•well founded, although it could not be
confirmed yesterday. General Passenger
Traffic Manager Stohr is in Chicago, and
both General Manager S. .C. ■* Stlckney
and Mr. Elmer say that they have not
'been advised of any change.
It is said that Mr. Lord is about to ac
cept a position with an Eastern road.
His prospective successor enjoys a good
record in this city as a capable railroad
nan, and his many- friends will be \
pleased when the news of his promotion
is officially confirmed.
A dispatch from Dcs Moines, 10., says
that Mr. Lord has been appointed dis
trict passenger agent for the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific, with headquar
ters in that city. Mr. Lord will succeed
J. A. Stewart, who goes to Kansas City
as Southwestern passenger agent. Thom
as H. Hooper, assistant general freight
agent, of the Great Western, today au
thorized the statement that his resigna
tion has also been tendered. It is un
derstood he will be made general man
ager of the lowa & Northern, a coal
road, recently acquired by the Great
.Western.
CLARK'S NEW ROAD.
Incorporation Papers Filed Yester
day at Salt Lake, Utah *
SALT LAKE, Utah, March 20.-Incor
poration papers of the San Pedro, Los
Angeles & Salt Lake railway were filed
with the secretary of state today. The
tapital stock of tfcte company la placed
at 525,000,000. The officers of the com
pany are:
"Piesldent, Senator William A. Clark;
first vice president, R. C. Kerens, St.
Louis; second vice president, J. Ross
Clark, Butte; third vice president, T. F.
Gibbon, Los Angeles; secretary, T. F.
Miller, Lcs Angeles; treasurer, F. K.
Rule, Lon Angeles.
In addition to the above officers, with
the exception of treasurer, the following
are directors: G. B. Leigh ton, St. Louis;
Perry S. Heath, Washington; Senator
Thomas Kearns, Salt Lake; W. S. Mc-
Cormick, Salt Lake; Reed Smoot, Salt
Lake; E. C. Clark, Salt Lake; Charles
W. Clark, Butte.
The capital stock of the company, $2,
--501,600, has been paid up. The first meet
ing of the directors will be held tomor
row to adopt by-laws and appoint a
general manager and chief tngineer.
Construction will be started at once from
the Los Angeles end, and surveyors will
be sent at once from Salt Lake to locate
this end of the line.
KO TRUIBLE WITH THE TINXEL.
&tevcn N Says Bl s Cascade Tube Is
Free From Defect*.
J. F. Stevens, chief engimer for th«
Gnat Northern, is indignant at the im
aginative young men in Taeoma who
BJ r.m* the story that the Cascade tunnel
wascasing much trouble to the crews
» l train* passing througn it. First it was
taid that several men had fainted from
t^ effects of the terrible heat and smoke
vhu-h the long tube accumulated ami
tin- concentrated ingenuity of the mothe
power department was at work to de
vise a remedy, it was suggested that
Mr. Stevens himself was worried over
the difficulty. Then thy same bright cor
respondents had a contrivance in the
shape of an elbow chimney invented and
this W as supposed to drive the smoke
back behind the trains-.
Mr. Stevens points out that if, as 's
stated, there is a strong current of ai
blowing through the tunnel at all time?,
h is impossible for the tunnel to be hot
all the time. He says that it has not
Riven the slightest trouble to the train
crews, and the arrangements are work
ing more satisfactorily than had been
anticipated.
ri:\\l\<;TOX REFUSES AX OFFER.
Gemersi Manager of the Soo Declines
«io«d Position With the Erie.
That F. D. Underwood, general man
ager and second vice president of the
R ft 0., will shortly become the presi
dent of the Erie there is no doubt and
It now is stated definitely that he has
Lien offered and has accepted the posi
tion. It is also stated that he has offered
the position of general managership of
th< road to E. Pennington, at present
general manager of the Soo. This offer
Mr. Pennington has declined, and in an
interview yesterday he said that the
West was good enough for him, and that
ho was quite satisfied to remain where
he was. He was offered a good salary
to go East, but is quoted as saying that
he would rather be identified with a
young and growing property than with
in old-established system.
Koek Island Promotions.
OHTCAGO. March 20.-W. J. Leahv
general Eastern passenger agent of the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific road,
Good Minnesota Patent Hour, $1.75 per 98-lb. Sack* ******* **
eoffeo,the*Ocerade > 2oclb.,or<lbsrfOT97^*OAoit4i^'n2I $«$? > The bestJaTa and Mocha flayor, roasted
dealer pa vs fo? them. C«iwt»««lo3iffiCTpll?k~^ « carloads of carpets at, ha If the price your
ether* from Ui to CO cents ft* jriNEOLD 810 MFCFC i^?k Cats for * cents Per yard that
T. fa. ROBERTS SUPP^l^^^^
was today appointed assistant general
passenger agent of the same system, to
succeed the late Chas. Kennedy. A num
ber of changes follow Mr. Leahy's pro
motion. L. M. Allen, who has been as
sistant general passenger agent in Chi
cago, is given the title of first assistant
general passenger agent.
APPOINTMENTS OX X. P.
Absorption of Scuttle & Internation
al HiMilio In Several Promotions.
In consequence of the absorption of
the Seattle & International by the North
ern Pacific, a number of appointments
have been rendered necessary and yes
terday announcement of these was made
in an official circular which reads as fol
lows:
"The operation of the Seattle & Inter
national Railway company will be merged
with the Northern Pacific Railway com
pany from March 31. 1901.
"Thereafter the jurisdiction of all of
ficers of the traffic department of the
Northern Pacific Railway company will
be extended to cover the mileage of the
Seattle & International Railway com
pany. ' . , .
"Mr. I. A. Nadeau, general agent at
Seattle, will have general jurisdiction of
freight and passenger traffic upon these
lines. • :.-iV. i-v
"Mr. R. T. Bretz, under the title of di
vision freight and passenger agent with
office at Seattle. Wash., will have local
supervision of traffic maters on these
lines and other territory from time to
time assigned to him, reporting to the
assistant general freight agent and the
assistant general passenger agent at
Portland."
RAILROAD SOTES.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Texas & Pacific railway was
held at the company's offices, in New
iork. yesterday, and the present board
of directors was re-elected. The list con
tains three new names from that elected
at the last annual meeting, L. S Thorne
Louis Fitzgerald and Edwin Gould, hav
ing been elected sometime ago to fill va
cancies.
Chas. H. Tweed, chairman of the board
of directors of the Southern Pacific com
pany, says there is no truth in the story
that parties representing the Southern
Pacific have arcnine-i a controlling inter
est in the Mexican National railroad,
and that the latter property is to be
operated as part of the Southern Pacific
rialway system.
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EAGLE STRLET PROPERTY OWN
ERS OBJECT TO PAYIXG FOR
REPAYING STREET
APPEAL TO CITY CHARTER
Once a Street l> Improved Xo Reas
uesMinent Can Be Made, Say
Property Owners-Case
in Court.
Eagle street property owners, through
Alfred Wharton, the largest holder of
realty in that locality, have given notice
to the board of public works that they
will contest in the courts the authority
to assess them for the improvements
made on that thoroughfare.
The locality in question lies between
Third street and the south line of Frank
lin street, and the assessment disputed
is that imposed for the paving of the
street with Kettle River sandstone the
work being done last summer. Prior to
the laying of the stone paving, the street
was paved with cedar blocks and on
this principally hinges the objection,
Vvharton, the leader in the movement
contending that as he had once paid an
assessment for the improving of the
street, a second assessment, which vir
tually comes under the head of repairs
cannot be imposed. Under the city
charter he claims no reassessment can
be made for. the repaying of any street
The property owners, through Mr
Wharton, also attack the validity of the
contract under which the work was dons'
claiming that the soliciting of proposals
was not advertised as required by law
ana also that the bids were not opened
at the specified time.
Wharton's assessment for the work
was $700, or $4.51 per front foot. He owns
less than one-third of the area of the
whole block and the assessment on the
remainder was less than $617. This i.i
discrimination with a vengeance he
claims, and constitutes the taking of
property for advantages never received.
MALPRACTICE IS ALLEGED.
Hattle Jeffrey Sues Dentist Hard for
a S.-.000 Solatium.
In a suit entered yesterday in the dis
trict court Hattie L. Jeffrey asks judg
ment against William J. Hurd, an East
Seventh street dentist, ror $5,000 because
of alleged malpractice
The plaintiff, as a basis for- her de
mand, says she sought the services of
the doctor in a professional capacity an
aching tooth necessitating the visit. In
stead of removing the offending molar
tntire, it was broken off, an! for this
she says she paid the sum of $1. Reli-f
failing to come, she made two more vis
its to the doctors office, the first for th*
removal of the fragment, and the second
to have the nerves destroyed. Each time
she says, uncalled for pain and anguish
accompanied the operation, and finally
in despair she sought a surgeon who told
her that her jaw bone had been fractur
ed. Because of this fact her health has
been endangered, her means of livelihood
stopped and she is constantly under ex
pense for medicine and a physician's
service.
In reply Dr. Hurd says the allegations
are untrue; that he removed the tooth
properly and with as little pain as pos
sible. Relative to the removing of the
nerves, he says that he informed the pa
tient that they were still there, but she
refused to undergo the operation neces
sary for their removal.
"WANTS CITY RAILWAY MOSEY.
Action for Damageg Arises From an
Accident of Two Years Ago.
September, two years ago, on West
Seventh street, a Snelling avenue car
crashed into a hack containing Joseph
Shindelus and several companions, and as
a result Shindelus sustained 3, broken
collar bone and the vehicle was badly
damaged.
Yesterday Shindelus, through his
father, began suit in the district court
against the St. Paul City Railway com
pany to recover damages to the amount
of $1,000 because of the accident. Addi
tional to this, a suit against the same
company was brought by W. H. Brom
ley & Co., liverymen, who ask to be re
imbursed for the damage to their hack.
They ask for $148. Shindelus, who is a
minor, avers that his injuries will be per
manent.
QUESTION OF DISABILITY.
Harriet .Innsen Sues an Initurance
Company for $500.
The Modern Brotherhood of America,
an insurance organization, has been made
the defendant in a suit brought by Har
riet Jansen, who seeks to recover the
sum of $500 accruing from a policy she
holds in the society.
According to the by-laws, one-half of
a policy is collectable in case of perma
nent disability, and it is this provision
THE ST. PAUi, GLOBE, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901.
Where Wants Can Be
mmm Left for insertion in*,.
The Globe
At the Rate of 1 Gent per
Word. Mo Insertions Ac
cented Leas than 15 Cents*
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Ferscral. Clstrvoysr.ts. Fortuns Taller and •
-: Medical Classifications.
2 Cents Per Word.
Xc Insertion accepted !es3 than 25 canti-
WANT COLUMN BRANCH OFFICES:
CONGER BROS., Druggists,
Selby avenue, corner St. Albans; 409 Sel
by avenue, and 349 University avenue.
RICE STREET PHARMACY.
306 Rice street.
ALBERT W. BORIC.
Corner Mississippi and Nash streets.
CAMPBELL BROS.. Selby and Victoria.
S. H. REEVES. Druggist, Seven corners.
STRAIGHT BROS.. Druggists,
Rondo and Grotto streets.
A. T. GUERNSEY & SON. Druggists,
171 North Dale street.
PEOPLE'S PHARMACY.
798 East. Seventh street.
E. B. ROLLINS. Druggist,
295 West Seventh street.
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist,
Maria avenue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists, .
Selby and Western avenues.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist.
University avenue and Rice street.
RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists,
Selby and Western avenues.
A. & G. SCHUMACHER. Druggists.
490 West Seventh street.
HOLCOMB & MAGNUSON.
854 Payne avenue.
YOST'S PHARMACY.
Dale and University.
BOTNER & CO., Druggists,
678 Grand avenue, corner St. Albans.
C. T. HELLER. Colonnade.
J. P. JELINEK & CO..
961 West Seventh street.
A. A. CAMPBELL.
Louis and Rondo streets.
W. K. COLLIER.
East Seventh street, corner Sibley.
H. J. M'CALL, 483 Broadway.
DREIS' PHARMACY.
Ninth and St. Peter.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT.
978 East Seventh street.
JOHN BODINE & CO..
881 Payne avenue.
HEL? WANTED—MALES.
A YOUNG MAN of eighteen years old to
learn the trade of harnessmaker or ma
chinist; good steady and honest boy.
Address J. V., 768 Aiundel St., St. Paul,
Minn.
BELL MAN—Wanted, an old man to an
swer bell in a hotel for board and
small compensation. U SG, Globe. .
BRAKEMEN AND SWITCHMEN want
ed for freight service; only men with
clean records need apply. U 60, Globe.
MACHINISTS—Wanted, several firsU
class machinists for general shop;
__yood wages. E 10, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER — Competent stenog
rapher can secure position by applica
tion at 51 East Fourth St.
WANTED—Men to sell cigars; liberal
proposition; if you are out of employ
ment and want a profitable, steady sit
uation and will devote your time to
our business, write us. Havana Cigar
Co., De Soto Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED—A reliable man for hotel;
must understand making of beds and
scrubbing. Hotel Western, 105 East
Eighth ,st.
100 RAILROAD LABORERS lor Wyom
ing and Utah; steady work. 170 East
Third st.. St. Paul; 103 Nicollet aw,
Minneapolis.
that the plaintiff desires to take advan
tage of. The plaintiff cairied a policy
calling for $1,000, and March a year ago
fell down stairs, injuring her kneecap and
producing an abdominal affliction The in
juries permanently disabled her, she
claims, and, in consequence, she de
mands one-half the policy.
MRS. BASTEL'S PLA.IXT.
Seeks Relief From a Life in Which
lUows and Abuse Abound.
Fearful for her safety, Mrs. Augusta
Bastel yesterday filed a petition in the
district court asking that a decree of
divorce be granted her from her hus
band, John Bastel. In her complaint,
Mrs. Bastel alleges thai eight of the ten
years of her married life have been one
continual round of abuse and blows.
During the early part of the present
month, she alleges, he knocked her down
and kicked her.
Preliminary to her action for a divorce,
Mrs. Bastel said that she was In groat
fear for the safety of herself and five
children, and asked for an order of the
court prohibiting her husband from in
any way molesting or interfering with
her. This was granted by Judge Lewis.
The wife asks the court in granting the
decree, to accompany it with $1,200 per
manent alimony.
Alvarado Mayer Is Free.
Tn an order handed down yesterday by
Judge Brill, Alvarado J. Mayer is grant
ed a divorce from Rachel Ann Mayer
and the custody of their child, a golden
roired lad six years of age.
Tne marriage of the couple occurred in
IBl>4, and was practically an elopement,
the two hieing themselves to that town
of easy marriages, Hudson, \yis. The
wife was anxious to retain the child, but
under the decree it goes to the father,
the mother being accorded the privilege
of seeing it once a week. At the trial
Mrs. Mayer was not present, but was
represented by counsel.
Tries to Invalidate Tax Sale.
In a suit commenced yesterday by H.
W. Childs against J. J. Olst and John C.
Jensen, the plaintiff seeks to have set
aside the sale of a lot by the city which
came under the ban because of a failure
to pay the taxes for sprinkling assessed
against it. The lot, with a number of
other pieces of property against which
there were delinquent taxes, was sold
in 1895, while John Wagener was city
treasurer, and was acquired in turn by
the defendants.
Fell on Slippery Sidewalk.
Because of a fall on a slippery side
walk, on East Fourth street, M. Faherty
has commenced suit in the district court
to recover damages to the amount of
$500 from the city. The accident occurred
last January, and the plaintiff cl lims
that his ankle and knee were injured and
his body otherwise bruised.
Salt for Back Rent.
H. E. Thompson, as executor of the
will of Carrie Thompson, deceased, has
brought suit In the district court to re
cover from William and Stella Wood
head the sum of $518.41. The amount
according to the complaint is due for
board and lodging furnished the defend
ants while occupants of the Portland
flats, on Broadway.
COURT NOTES.
Tn the district court J. H. Jasper has
brought suit against George Reis & Co.
to recover $352 alleged to be <lue for work
performed as a contractor.
Judge Lochren, of the United States
court, has informed the local court offi
cials that he will be at his office Mon
day morning for business.
Walter C. Grayelle, a St. Paul clerk,
has asked the United States district court
to be adjudged a bankrupt. His liabili
ties are $927.48, and his assets $276.
A decree of divorce was yesterday
granted George P. Clark from Frankie
Clark, the order for the same being giv
en by Judge Brill.
Jennie Ahren has filed a petition ask
ing for a divorce from ■ her husband,
William Ahren.-The couple were mar
ried in Hudson, Wis., in 1895, and a year
later the husband left her. His present
whereabouts is unknown.
— » 1 —
The Through Tourist Car to Califor
'"■'*■-'■ " ' ■ nia, ■..*. ■■■■ '■ \\. ■■
Formerly leaving on -Mondays, will here
after leave on Tuesdays, via the Chicago
frreat Western railway, • Kansas City and
Santa Fe route. The $32.90 rate will apply
via this route. ■ . . . . ■■.-,..-. -•: :■-.-.
For further information" apply to J P ■
Rimer G. A. P. D.. corner Fifth and
Robers streets. St. Paul. Minn. ,
POPULAR WANTS
HELP WANTED—FEMALES.
COOK—Wanted, by March 25, first-class
woman cook for Hotel. Lyon. Address
I'rank S. Dowe, Lake City, Minn. ■;.; /
COOK—Wanted, "good cook; references
?; required; small family. Noi-675 Good
rich ay.
HOUSEWORK—Wifftted; competent girl
lor general housework. 482 Holly ay..
between Arundel and Mackubin.
HOUSEWORK- Wanted. girl for general
, housework; small family; good pay
•■■ and steady ■ pl*c«v 2061 Summit a.v.,
St. Paul (Merrjany Park).
COFFEE DEMONSTRATOR—Wanted, a
•competent coffee demonstrator;' no one
L Inexperienced .. need apply. Address
; Thursday, A. G. Bauer., Ryan hotel.
MARKER AND SORTER wanted;, must
000 st'class - state Steam Laundry,
_222 West Seventh. V
WANTED— An experienced forelady in
shirt, pants ana 1 overall factory; good
position to right T party. Address H. N.
& W., 102 Third st. south, Minneapolis,
Minn. ■ * .
WANTED—MiddIe-aged, strong woman
to take care of fifteen rooms; must be
neat and clean; good T>lace for right
party. Address U 67. Globe.
WANTED — Lady demonstrators and
salesladies; good talkers; good appear
ance; salary; give experience- and age
■_ Address Manager. 1022 Nlcollet ay *
SITUATIONS WANTEB-FEMALES
Anybody out of work la St. Pan! or
Minneapolis may Insert an ,ni)«er.
tleeinent this heading free
.of charge. . * '• • •-.'./. :i':V-:' :
AMERICAN LADY of-twenty-eight, ca
pable of taking care cf infant, or would
take care of ho:ne; five years in last
position; can give best of references.
Address Mrs. S. Keating, General Dcliv-
A MOTHER and son of twenty-one would
like tare of residence where parties are
leaving city; best of references can be
given. Address _U 65, Globe.
A GOOD SEAMSTRESS will "work for
50 cents per day and board. Cail at
dressmaking parlors, 309 Phoenix Bldg.
A NURSE would like day or night
work. Address 541 Sibley st., city.
A WOMAN wants work to go out by
the day cleaning or washing. Call or
address 49 West Ninth st., city.
A-TH UNG latly desires position of some
Kinn; omce work preferred; am also a
stenographer. Address T. 8., 523 Cai-
roll st., city. "■'
liOOKKEEPERiI^VeTi educated "7olln~g
lady wishes situation as assistant 'book
keeper or clerk; experienced and can
furnish references. 1330 First ay. south
Minneapolis.
COOK—Wan fed^a pastry cook at once.
Clarendon hotel. '■ :'
DRESSMA KER ,of experience would like
a few more engagements in families by
the day; perfect fit guaranteed. Ad
__dress 151 West Third st, Room 8.
GOOD WASHERWOMAN wants to go
out washing and ironing, or any kind.
181 Smith ay., 'downstairs.
GIRL wishes to ..work morning and oven
ings for room,and board. Address L.
T. McMannas. Delivery.
GIRL seventeen would like work of some
kind; wcrk about paper or books pre
ferred. Address I. Holn.es, 442 Pleasant
ay.
HOUSEKEEPER— American widow with
one child wants housekeeping for re
spectable gentleman, in or out of city,
more for a good home than wages. Ad
dress 615 Quincy st. northeast, Minne
apolis, Minn.
HOUSEWORK—CoIored girl would like
place in sir all family to assist with
general housework, or will care for
child and do plain sewing; willing to
leave city. Address 563 Broadway.
LADY STENOGRAPHER, with some e*l
perience, desires position; piece work;
willing to .accept very moderate com
pensation. Address 97 Arch street.
LAUNDRESS, competent, desires work
In private families by the day. Call or
address 186 Western ay. north, up
stairs, rear door.
NURSE in confinement or any kind of
sicknesj; will do light housework; best
of reference. Call o* address 286 East
Seventh St., room 36.
NURSE—Wanted, a nurse, and to assist
with upstairs work; good wages. Apply
at 85 Virginia ay.
STENOGRAPHER, with some experi
ence, would like any kind of office
work. Address S4 Park place.
SEWlNG—Wanted, by a competent and
reliable dressmaker, with best of city
references, sewing in families. Address
Dressmaker, No. 210 Mount Airy st. St
Paul.
WASHING—Wanted, washing, ironing
and house cleaning; also cleaning of
fices. Address 8., 128 West Sixth st..
Room 47.
WASHING—Good washwoman wants to
do washing by the day. Address E. M.
131 College ay,; west.
WASHING—A lady would like to go out
working by the day, or take washing
home. C. G., 334 East Sixth.
WASHING—Woman wants to go out
washing, ironing and house cleaning.
Inquire No. 146 West College ay.
WANTED-Positions, twenty-five girls
for housework, hotel girls, for in and
out of town. 203 Phoenix building. Twin
City Employment Office.
WANTED by middle-aged woman aTI
alone, wishes a "child to board; will
give best of care. Mrs. E. P., 751 West
Seventh.
INSTRUCTION.
ATTEND the seventeenth annual spring
term of the Globe 13usin.'?i Trltgraili
anc! Shorthand school. This is the
oldest, cheapest, largest and most pro
gressive business institution in St.
Paul. Private night school. Seventh
and St. Peter.
JX MONTHS" COURSE in telegraphy,
$30; a snap, investigate before April 1.
Address H 29. Globe
L^^^ CHIROPODISTS.
LOCKWOOD'S GOOD LUCK SALVE—
Good for all kinds of sore feet, frost,
corns, callouses, dry, hot and scalded
feet, cuts, burns, etc., on sale at an
druggists. All ailments of the feet
treated at office, Endlcott Arcade; es
tablished eighteen years.
THE CRAZE HAS REACHED THE COOP.
Tiirkey—How do you manage to keep so thin? You will never lose your head,
itooster—Kissensen and vichy, my dear.
POPULAR WANTS
FINANCIAL.
SNVEST9GATE
Our new plan for loaning monsy in sums to suit, on
salaries, furniture, pianos, etc. Easiest plan, lowest
possible rates, most privacy. Our fifteen years in
business in this city Is guarantee of our ability to
do as we advertise. You will certainly lose money
If you borrow elsewhere before getting our terms.
Private consultation rooms. Bring this ad with you.
It Will Save You Honey.
GUARANTY LOAN CO., aUE?—
Fourth Floor—Take Elevator.
LOANS to salaried people holding per
manent positions with reliable concern!,
. • only security your name; to others on
. furniture, pianos, etc., without removal;
monthly or weekly payments; .open
noon hour; confidential. 316 and 317 Pio
neer Press Bids., third floor, Minne
• ota Mortgage Loan Co. y • ■
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
on their plain-notes.
You're making no mistake
• when you come to us.
CHEAPEST RATES FOR A CER
TAINTY. EASIEST PAYMENTS.
No mortgage. No indorser. No Pub
. :/■,. • /: licity.
Rcom 301, New York Life Building.
ST. PAUL FINANCIAL COMPANY.
MOSEY LOANED on household goods,
pianos, Jewelry} we guarantee
, lowest rate* of interest) payments
made to suit yourself. State Loan
Company,, 616 Pioneer Press Bids.
' ■ ■ ■■■■.- .. . „ . . , .
SALARY LOANS upon plain notes; no
mortgage, no indorser, no publicity;
easier payments and much lower rates.
Reliable Credit Co., Room 309 Manhat
tan Bldg., corner Fifth and Robert sts.
WE LOAN MOSEY to people drawing
salary; we u.sk only your note as
security} you make payments to
suit yourself; all transactions
strictly confidential} we guaran
tee lowest rate cf interest. State
Loan Company, GIG Pioneer Press
Building.
6 AND 6 PSR CENT Mu.VEY to loan
on Improved property in St. Paul and
Minneapolis. V. C. Gllnaan. New York
MINES AND lIINING.
Union Consolidated
Mining Company.
Don't fail to obtain some of thess shares as
for a few du/s they are selling at a half cent
each. Send for a 32-page illustrated and de
scriptive publication.
"THE TEMPLE,- "EAGLE LION, 1
"YELLOW HAMMER,"
"COAL LEAD ZINC," "SILVER CROWN,"
"HORNET," "COPPER SHIELD, 11
"FRUIT PARM HOME,"
"MOUNTAIN TUNNEL. 1
10 per cent per annum guaranteed, in addition
to regular dividend. Addres3
THE NATIONAL MINING
PROMOTION CO.
4th Floor Andrus Bid?., Hinneapolis, JVMnn.
Great. Smelter Sale.
"QUEEN BEE"
"BOUNDARY CAMP"
♦•KETTLE CURLEW" i
Don't' feil to obtain particulars of our great
smelter sale of these shares. Ten per cent
per annum, in addition to regular dividends,
guaranteed,. Send for. 32 page illustrated and
descriptive.catalogue..."- • •
THE AMERICAN MINING
INVESTMENT CO.
FOURTH FLOOR, ANDRUS BUILDING,
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
HORSE AUCTION-Horse Auction.
Barrett & Zimmerman will have' for
their: Wednesday horse auction sales at
Midway, St. Paul, from SOU to 1,000 head
of horse's, consigned to them by the
largest horse owners in the country,
consisting principally of farm mares, -
drivers, delivery horses, roadster.? and
mule 3, which will be sold to the highest
bidder, without reserve or regardless of
value. Part time given if desired. Pri
vate sales daily. Barrett & Zimmerman,
Minnesota Transfer. St. Paul. Minn.
LOST AND FOUND.
PURSE—Lost or stolen, at the Young
Woman's Friendly association, purse
containing $6, keys and trinkets. Please
return to manager and receive liberal
reward.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
SPECIAL CLAIRVOYANT readings, 25
cents Thursday afternoons and even
ings; daily readings. $1. Miss Harri
_son, Forepaugh block, Seven corners.
BOARD OFFERED.
ROOMS OR BOARD in over 300 choice
families ere listed with descriptions at
51 East Fourth; complete information
without charge; open Saturday even
ing.
ROOMS OR BOARD in over 300 choice
families are listed with descriptions at
51 East Fourth; complete information
without charge.
WAWxjID TO BUY.
SPOT CASH for old books; any quanti
ties, and all kinds of school books and
fiction bought, sold and exchanged. 404
Wabasha st. . •
BUSINESS CHANCES.
PARTNER—Wanted, partner to increase
trade, with $2,000 to $3,000 to enter good
paying commercial business; strictly
temperate. D. 15, Globe.
POPULAR WANTS
HOUSES FOR RENT.
OWN YOUR HOME, WILL. BUILD
YOU A SMALL MODERN HOUSE
AT MERRIAM; PARK, OR NEAR
CHATS WORTH AND SELBY AY.
. PLANS AT OFFICE. J. W. SHEP
ARD, 94 EAST FOURTH ST.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT FOUR HOTELS NEWLY FURNISH,
ed steam-heated rooms; all prices, <l"y,
week or month; depot cars pass the
doors; The Western, 105 East Eighth;
Imperial Hotel, 1C East Eighth; Yukon
Hotel. 127 East Eighth; Economy Hotel,
Jackson st.; transient trade solicited.
BICYCLES.
RAMBLERS—Better, lighter and strong
er than ever, 19 and 22 pounds; trade
your old wheel in now or have It re
paired; don't wait for spring. Bird
Cycle Company. 71 West 3eventhu
MEDICAL
■ «"ii.»: use tmenester'i tngiisti Pennyroyal Kills.
|| Best! Safciit! Only Uellable! Take ■• other.
" Buy of your DruKClnt, or tend 4c, ittmpi, for partic
ular" «na "Belief for I.iiiiea, 1 In letter by return mall.
- Ohtckeator Chemical Co.. I'hilada.. l'u.
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALES.
Anybody oat of work In St. Pan! 01
Minneapolis may Insert an adver
tisement under this beading fre*
Of cliarire.
A GOOD LANDSCAPE GARDENER,
■ with ten years' experience, wants work;
can i furnish good reference. - Wefo, 67
East Magnolia St., St. Paul.
A BOY of seventeen, years would like
work of any kind; can furnish refer
ence. Address N. A., 371 Colborne.
A BOY of seventeen would like work of
any kind; is well acquainted in the city.
- Address E. T., 413 V,iew St., city.
A BOY of eighteen would like work of
any.kind. Address 969 West Seventh st.
A BOY of sixteen would like work of any
kind. Address 434 Goodrich ay. -
A BOY of sixteen would like work of
_ any kind. Address 487 Goodrich ay.
A BOY of fifteen would like work of
any kind. Address G. X.. 485 Banfll st.
A GOOD, reliable man wants work; good
farm hand; $26 a month*used to livery
work and horses. Address Peter Nel
son, 543 St. Peter St., city..
A YOUNG MAN" twenty-one years old,
woulc like work around hotel or any
other kind of work; is honest and will
ing to work. Address H. J. P., 420 Min
nesota st., St. Paul, Minn.
A YOUNG MAN wants work around
some private family or store, or work
cleaning up yard; very useful and
handy around place. Address 451 Enst
Sixth.
BOOKKEEPER—Wants a situation as
bookkeeper, cashier or any clerical
work; first-class accountant; A 1 ref
erences; moderate salary. Jean Fortier.
347, Summit place.
CLERK—Situation as day or night clerk
in hotel by young man; good references
and experienced; city or country. S IV,
Globe.
CARPENTER, plumbing and masonry
jobbing by a first-class tradesman. Ad
dress K. A., 461 Selby.
CHEF—Is open for position; ten years'
experience; strictly first-class. Address
Chef 171 East Seventh st.
COACHMAN—Young man wants position
as coachman or driving of some kind;
is well acquainted in-city; •can furnish
best of reference. Please call or ad
dress 992 Cortland St., city.
CONFECTIONER—A first-class confec
tioner and baker wants a situation in
a first-call hotel; caterer or bakery;
best of references; I. Jorgens, 1110 First
avenue south, Minneapolis, Minn.
DRIVER—A young man of seventeen
years of age would like position as a
driver. Address F. S., 588 Pleasant ay.
ENGlNEEß—Stationary engineer wishes
a position, either in or out 'of the city;
best of references; state license Ad
dress or call "Engineer," No. 388 Wa
couta st., city.
HANDY MAN with tools, a good furnit
ure packer, wants work of any kind.
W. Edmund, 65 East Magnolia St., rit.
Paul. _^
I WILLi GIVE $50 to any one getting
me a position in railroad or other of
fice, or salesman in a grocery store. Q
49. Globe.
PAPPJR CLEANING wanted; fust-class
work guaranteed. Wm. Smith, 4it West
Ninth st.
STENOGRAPHER — Competent stenog
rapher and telegraph operator desires
position; employed at present; object,
salary. T 21, Globe.
STENOGRAPHER—Young man seven
teen years of age desires position as
stenographer. Address E. G., 61 East
Twelfth st., city.
STONEMASON is looking for a job; can
do brick work. Address K. A., 461 Sei
by. _'
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter (male)
wants position; also knowledge of book
keeping ten years' experience. Ad
dress D. T., 195 East Tenth st.
STENOGRAPHER — Competent stenog
rapher and telegraph operator desires
position. U 61, Globe.
CONTRACT WORK.
Martin Street Sewer System.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., March 14th, ISOI.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works, in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office In said city, until
2 p. m. on the 28th day of March, A. D.
1001, for the construction of a sewer on
Martin street (now Central avenue), from
Fisk street to Oxford street; Oxford
street, from Martin street (now Central
avenue) to Selby avenue;. Iglehart street,
from Lexington avenue to Milton street;
Marshall avenue, from Lexington avenue
to a point two hundred (200) feet west of
Milton street; Dayton avenue, from Lex
ington avenue to Victoria street; Milton
street, from Selby avenue to. Dayton ave
nue, according to plans and specifications
on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20> per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul,
in a sum of at least ten (10) per cent of
the gross amount bid. must accompany
each bid. Said check shall be made pay
able to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
F. O. HAMMER.
President.
Official: C. H. BRONSON,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
March-16-1901-10t.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—ss. Probate Court.
In the matter of the estate of Jacob
Friedman, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
Sophia Friedman, representing that Ja
cob Friedman has lately died Intestate,
a resident and inhabitant of the County
of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, leav
ing goods, chatties and estate within this
County, and praying that administration
of his estate be to Charles Friedman
granted:
It Is Ordered, That said petition be
heard at a special term of this Court, to
be held at the Court House, in the City
of St. Paul, in said County, on Monday,
the Bth day of April, 1901, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, and that notice of such
hearing be given to all persons interested,
by publishing this order at least once in
each week for three successive weeks
prior to said day of hearing, In the St.
Paul Globe, a legal newspaper printed
and published in said County.
Dated at St. Paul, this 13th day of
March, 1901.
By the Court: E. W. BAZTT.LE,
(!'• S.) Judge of Probate.
D. J. Keefe,
mmm Attorney for Petitioner.
THE GENUINE SMITH GRUBBER. $21.75.
rnls Grubber Is as Rood as any grubber that yjn can
buy at from one to two hundred „ m. -m- clfar ynM
dollars. We contracted for these JELdf ♦T«.jn
grubbers before the advance •,*£^ts«H At. o"
in Iron and they should s'JlJi&t&SLtif STUMPS
brinsr us twice rr tJßfijfYl Wjtt^^^
this amount flfoftgSfr 'Km' jj. 'iflßW'aw
cf money. Buy «*■•■ *•' *- *~ «a4HR^*
» Smith (Irobbrr for $2 I .73, Complete with anchor
loop, 60 ft. pull rope, rope hook, drum lock, proper stops
and gearing. Send for Special Azncul- <J*O 4 "TIC
turai cataloprae.' Remember, only N»~ ■ ■ a «P ,
S. & bobbins' strru ttOCS£> flUififiU-OUS, fIUN«.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
union uKPtviT^Tm^T'^M^Tr
Trains leave and arrive at St Paul a*
follows:
North-WesterjHjnel
Office 352 Robert St. >l'hun« -two.
tEx. Sun. JEx. Sat. ~ : '
• Ex. Mon. Others Dally. LEAVE ARRIVE
-1 '■ ■■ ■ •
Badger State Exoresi ) 8.39 in IB
Chicago. Mil.. Madison.... I «m pm -
Chicago Atlantic Ex." ..... 11; 10 pm 11.15
? trKS, 6-55pm 8-33-
LlmlteJ -V 0.10 111
rhtcaeo. Mil.. Madison ...; I pm ',* -
•*"*;T'^l L^ >GrMnßay 6.55 9.00 am
Manitowoc, Shoboygan % 6.55 am §7.45 am
I wllljrht Limited nd"V f 4.. am " ASA
rwllight Limited \ 4.25 9f 9
Duiuth Superior. Ashland., f pm im -
ElmoTo' m AJn- °33 Moino3- ■ ' ?•♦« 5t735 pm
Omaha Expresi i in oh V •**
Su. City. Omaha. Kan. City \ '"m ™
St. James. New Him. Tracy.. 10.00 am 7.35 oni
Fri^.S flm 7" • t 4.50 pm 110.05 am
Su. City. Omaha. Kan. City [ p m ° 7> am
Milwaukee & J^^^P
Ticket Office Robert Strest. 'PhW)3.
Leava. * Di y . * E3C . Sunday. Arrlyj. - •
*6:30 a m|Chica 2 o. Lax. Mllwaukas ... *10: !5.p m
.3:35 p m Chicago. Lax. Mllwaukss ... • 11:59 ana
"6:55 p m Chicago, Lax Milwaukss ... *2:50 .-a
*8? m man Pione3[iiiißd*7;i' m
lo 22 sm La Cross. Dubuq'e, R'< Isl'nd'llo-150 m
•B:ooamNorthfield Faribo, Kan. City I •b-.OSpoi
t8:20 a m Ortonvi!! 9 , Millbank. ...... +6-30
•6:50 p m Ortonvills, Aberdeen. Fargo| »7:35»ni
t7:20 p m Northfiold Faribo.. Austin.!. | t9:3oa m
/ZsSs& TICKET OFFICE
Cor. sth and Robert Sts.
a TICKET OFFICE
Cor. sth and Robert Sts.
Union Station, St. Paul.
yOj^S^V/ Milwaukee Station, Minneapolis.
Dining and Pullman Bleeplag Car« on
Winnipeg and Coabt Tr»m».
> 'i 1* rExcept Sunday. Leave Arrive
riCfla tip. Fargo, Jamcrtown
Helena, Butte, Misuoula, Bpo- 'BCC* #n l)flp
kane,Tacoma,BeaUle,Portland 0.00 m . L.LVh
Dakota* His. Sxp. Fcrgo.Fergus .
FaUi, Wahpeton, (frookKon, .# J t\(\? *17 IC «
| CM. Forks, Graf ton, Winnipeg O.l'Uy 1.1 On
Farce ud L»ech Lik* Leeil, St. :-, ■ ' '
Cloud, Bratnerd, Walker, t7 DO * +fl HP ?
Bemldjl, Fargo..... .' Q.ZU M D.UUy
'Duluth Short Line" i
DUI.UTH & J0.16 aa 17.15 us
SUPERIOR -If-.flg tfiog
I threat Northern]
Ticket Office—332 Robert Bt.. Cor. Fourttt.
'Pbone Main 85g.
Leave, la Dally, b Xx: Sunn ay. i Arrive.
:35am St. O!d. F'gs F'ls. F'rgo bß:ospm
bß:3fiam Willmar. via Bt. Cloud b6:o6pm
a9:ooam Flyer Mont. & P. Coast a2-30nm
b9-10am (WHlmar, S. F:, Y'kton) . tl'.L'
. , n>am (S'x Clty Brown's Val) 1 bs:36pra
"■^mfflk R. M. A Banditone
b4:4opm!Wayzata & Hutchlnsonl b9:l6ara
a7:ospm(Breck., Fargo, Q.F.Wpg a7:4sam
aß:3opm!...Mlnh. & Dak. Exp... | a7:3oam
EASTERN MINNESOTA RAILWAY.
fflfopml '.Puluth & W. Superior | gig™
Sleeper for 11:20 p. m. train can b« cc
cupied at any time after 9 D. a.
SEaSEjss|j Best Line to fiSBBSS
JIB! CHICAGO AND H
IJjygaaegal ct i nine i^Jwa»Sl
Lv.For | STATIONS. | Ar.Froq
B:lsam Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque ~
and Chicago,'except Sunday 12:55 pm
B:lsam Winona, La Crosse, • Dubuque
and St. Louis, except Sunday
B:ospm Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque,
Chicago and St. Louis, daily V:45 am
Ticket Office 400 Robert Street Tel. Ma.a 86
j|f M., ST. P. &S. S. M. BY. $f
City Ticket Office. 379 Robert St. TeL 1061.
Union Depot, St. Paul.
Leavel EAST. "__ "TArrlve*
7:2opm|.Atlantic Limited (dally).l B:4sam
10:00am|Rhinelander Local(exSun)! 4:45pm
6:2sDmfSt. Croix Falls Local, ex
ISunday, From Broadway
I Eepot. foot Fouith St— 9:! Sara
I WEST.
905amlPaclflc Express ("Pacific
1 Coast) dally. 6psT>ra
6:ospm]Glenwood Express(exSun)| 9.50 am
WISCONSIN CENTRAL R'Y CO.
City Office. 375 Robert St. 'Phone No. 894.
St CPaul! All Train, Dally. ~ fet^
~~~~- |Kau Claire, Chip. Fails.i
t:ooam[Milwaukee and Chicago] B:lsara
-- lAthland. Chlpp«wa Fla.l
7:4opm|.Osnkosh, Mil, and Chi.) 6:oopm
M. & St. Li. Depnt-Broadwny A 4th.
Chicago Great Western Rv.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office, st h & Robert Sts., St. Paul.
I'Ex. Sunday; othere daily. | LEWE FOR |iRRWE FWM
Kenyon, Dodge Center. Oel- 8.10 am 10.00 pm
woln, Du^uoiis. Freeport, B.'.orrn 7.50 am
Chicago and East. _ 11.20 pm 12.50 pm
Cedar Falls, Waterloo. Mar- 10.30 am 7.25 pm
shalltown. Dcs Moines, St. 8.10 pm 7.50 am
_Joseph, Ksnpap City^ 11.20 pm 12.50 pm
Cannon Falls. Rod Wing, / 8.10 am 110.00pm
Northfield. Faribauit, Wa- 6.ospmi 9.50 am
terville. Mankato. |
Mantorville Loral. ' 6.05 rm' 9.50 am
Minneapolis & St. Louis RR
Office, 398 Robsrt. 'Phone 661. St. Louis Depot
Leavo | *Daily 1 Except Sunday | Arrive
••"„ OMAHA fc,
'Albert Lsa. Caiar Rapids, Chi-|
t9:00 am c;go, Kansas City jt7:3o pm
*7:00 pm -Chicaeo & St. Louis Limited..,*B:4o am
.Watertown, New Ulm, St.i
James, Sherburne, Estherville!
t8:30 am and Storm Lake t5:50 pm
New Uim Local —St. Jsmes,
*5:00 pm ...Sherburne and Estherville. ..•I0:40im
CONTRACT WORK.
Pare Rice Street From the North
Line of Como Avenue to the
North Line or Front Street Kant.
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul, Minn., March Uth. 1901.
Sealed bids will be received by tha
Board of Public Works, in and fur the
corporation cf the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
2 p. m. on the 28th day of March, A. D.
1JH)1, for paving Rice street, from the
north line of Como avenue to the north
line of Front street east, in said
city, according to plans and specifica
tions on lile in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties
in a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul,
in a sum cf at least ten (10; per cent of
the gross amount bid, must accompany
each bid. Said check shall be made pay
able to the C lerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right ta
reject any and all bids.
F. O. HAMMER.
Official: C. H. BRONSON,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
March- 16-1901-lQt.

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