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DISCUSS NEW RATES
FREIGHT OFFICIALS OF ST. PAUI*.
CHICAGO LINES MEET IN
«„ COXFEREXCE IIEUE
SAID TO BE SATISFACTORY
Milwaukee and North-Western Traf
fic Men Are Reassured, and
Kates Will Be Published
A party of freight officials, represent
ing all the Chieago-St. Paul lines, were
in conference at the Great Northern and
Omaha offices yesterday in regard to the
new freight rates recently agreed upon
by the Great Northern and Northern Pa
cific roads. '
The party included, besides the loca.
freight officials, Vice President Miller,
of the Burlington: General Traffic Man
ager J. H. Highland, of the Milwaukee;
President Whitcomb, of the Wisconsin
Central; Assistant General Freight Agent
Bewail, of the Milwaukee, and a number
of other traffic men.
The conference met at the the Great
Northern offices in the morning, and in
the afternoon adjourned to the Omaha
office?. The fact developed during the
conference that the territory affected by
the reductions is not as large as was at
The officials of the North-Western and
the Milwaukee, however, evidently feel
that the figures are about right, as the
reductions on Southwestern business are
not nearly bo large as those on business
w< Bt of St. Paul.
A local freight official said last night
that the conference had taken no action,
but that the rates wrould undoubtedly be
published, which may be taken to mean
that they will be agreed to by all the
The conference will continue today
and possibly tomorrow.
UNION PACIFIC PLANS.
Road Will Spend About $25.000,000
in Improvement*. •
The plan of railroad campaigning to
be carried out by the Union Pacific
road during 1902 was given out official
ly recently, and will result in the ex
pir-uiture of from $25,000,0C0 to ?J0,000,000 in
Improvements and extensions. It is a
continuation of the general plan of put
ting the road in the best possible physi
cal condition between Omaha and tjan
Francisco, but the efforts this year will
be directed almost wholly to that part
of the road wist of Salt Lake and Og
den and the Oregon Short Line. Twenty
millions alone will be used in improve
ments of these lines, and the remainder
in pushing the extension of the Salt
Lake-Los Angeles branch of the Ore
gon Short Line, which will be nearly or
quite completed before Jan. 1 next.
Particular attention, however, will be
given to the extensions and improvement
en the part of the Short Line which
competes with the Hill system.
The prime object, it is stated, is to put
the road in a position to control the im
mense trade with the Orient which is
expected to be opened -up by the new
conditions in the East and in Hawaii.
This trade is already beginning t£ reach
formidable proportions, and the Union
Pacific, it is stated, is preparing to meet
the competition of the Northern lines.
That part of the roadway between Oma
ha and Ogden has been put in prime
condition by the expenditure of several
million dollars in improvements annual
ly for the past live years. The greater
part of tins money has been used in
straightening out crooks and cutting Im
mense hiiT.s and tunnels, thus reducing
grades to a degree that can be overcome
by the large engines without assistance.
"The Union Pacific has long since de
cided that it must have a fast l:ne to
the coast gateway in order to retain its
hold on the Oriental trade," said the
official who explained the proposed plan.
"That traffic is becoming- greater every
year, and it was some years back that
this scheme for a complete overhauling
of the system was adopted.
"The plan has been .steadfastly adhered
to. so that now there is the finest kind
of a railroad from Council Bluffs to Og
den. For that much of the way we now
make fast time, but as soon as we get
past Ogden we are compelled to slow up,
and maintain the reduced speed all the
rest of tho Journey. Improvements on
this line will be in the nature of reducing
grades, taking out certain curves and
lessening others and reballasting the en
"These improvements will fix us for the
Oriental trade, which is something enor
mous, especially from the Philippines ana
Japan. They will also cover Central Cal
ifornia satisfactorily. The olKer arm of
the work, meanwhile, win oe looking to
ward the improvement of facilities for
getting into the Southern California busi
ness The Southern Pacific improvements
are far the most important, since thev
have bearing directly on the gateway
business, but this extension of the Ore
eon Short Line to Los Angeles i s al, o
a big proposition. .
"It will require between. 500 and 600
miles more to reach Los Angeles and it
is hardly Probable that this can be com
peted m 1902, although the effort will ?e
NEW ISE FOR SLOT MACHINE.
Drop in a Coin and Receive a TicU«t
The current issue of the Railway and
Engineering Review, "says
♦h^lV 1! machine is finding new uses,
the latest being a substitute for the ticket
Snt;i In erlm * suburban tickets are
sold through this medium, rows of ma
chines being conveniently P l aced upon
each of which the name of the station or
stations to which that particular maclnne
furnishes tickets, together with the pric*
thereof is plainly inscribed. A purchaser
Has only to drop the proper coin in the
slot, pick up his ticket, and board . e
train Near by is placed another machine
for furnishing change in case the pur
chaser has not the exact coin required
One advantage of the system is that the
machine never makes a mistake, but
-which is a disadvantage—neither does it
correct the mistakes made by tue pur
chaser. If a smaller piece than the re
quired one is dropped in the slot there is
no result except that the money cannot
be recovered. One other advantage might
bementioned, which is especially appli
cable to the continental service; the ma
chines are never disrespectful.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY USEIX
IJne From XevF Haven, England, to
Dieppe, France, Contemplated.
Arrangements have been made for put
ting the Marconi system of wireless
telegraphy imo commercial use between
New Haven, England, and Dieppe in
France. The London, Brighton & South
Coast railway and a French road will
have an installtion of a permanent char
acter. The departure of boats will be
signalled with instructions- as to the
amount of baggage, number of pas
< eengerc and other useful information and
it will no longer be necessary for the
friends of the passengers to wait hours
at either end when fog has delayed the
beats. Messages which now have to be
sent via London and Calais have been
known to take three hours in transmis
sion. It is expected that both time and
expense,' will be saved by the Marconi
3IAKES A XEW UEC'ORD.
Brooks riant Turns Oat 100 Loro
juhiJives Since October.
The Brooks plant of the American
Locomotive company has completed near
ly 100 engines since Oct. .10. Since that
-day there have been seventy working
days, making the weekly product slight-
ly more than eight a week. This average
breaks the record for this >.lant> an<*
tends to suggest that the new i»;ana& e
mert intends to increase the annual ca"
pacity still more. Just at present tue
working force numbers 3,000 men, divided ]
into day and night gangs. In addition
to doing its own work the Brooks plant
i,; assisting Schenectady and Pittsburg I
by building boilers and executing ma
chine shop work. Work is being rushed
on a large order of Lake Shore & Mich:- i
gan Southern locomotives, the thirtieth
of the order having already been finished.
MUST HOXOR CONTRACT.
Stop-Over Privilege On Tickets
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 13.—The Unit
ed States court of appeals today revers- \
ed the judgment of the lower court in
a case growing out of the refusal to
honor a stop-over ticket. William K.
Scofield bought a ticket in New York j
for Marion, Ohio, with stop-over at At- j
liance. The conductor of the Pennsyl
vania road refused to honor the stop
over privilege, and Scofield sued for dam- j
ages. The lower court found for the rail
road. The court of appeals holds that
a contract was made by the railroad
company, and it is bound by the acts
of its agents. A new trial was granted.
New Road Incorpoarted.
LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. 13.—Articles ot
incorporation for the Omaha, Kansas &
Gulf railway were filed Saturday with
the secretary of state. Eight Nebraskans
and three Missourians have joined to
gether in looking after the Nebraska end
of the enterprise. Among the Nebraskans
are the following, all well known: James
H. Woolworth. W. A. Paxton and John
A. Creighton. Omaha; Charles M. Cham
berlain and P. H. Hopkins, Tecumseh,
and A. S. Story, C. A. Schoppel and J.
N. Eckman, Pawnee City. The Mis
sourians are Richard Nevins and J. G.
Gilmore, St. Louis, and F. W. Blets. Ma
eon. The capital stock is $50,000. The route
in Nebraska will be through Douglas,
Sharp, Otoe, Johnson and Pawnee coun
ties. The road is in the interest of the
"Katy." which seeks an Omaha entrance
from Emporia, Kan. The project is a re
vival of that headed by R. M. Snyder,
C. S. Wheeler and other Kansas Cityans,
and abandoned by them after Omaha and
Douglas county failed to vote bonds ask
Burlington Changes Announced.
An official circular was received at the
Burlington offices yesterday announcing
the appointment of J. F. Vallery as gen
eral agent of the road at Cincinnati, to
succeed H. W. Crawford, who will go
to Rock Island to be general agent there.
The order was signed by Darius Miller.
first vice president of the road, as well
as by President Harris.
On a Trip to Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard James, F. E.
TV rard, general superintendent of the
Great Northern; Miss Clara Ward and
C. G. Rank, left Saturday for a two
weeks' trip in Mexico. It is simply a
Changes on 8., C. R & X.
J. D. Carle, roadmaster of the lowa
Falls division of the Burlington, Cedar
Rapids & Northern, has resigned, and
C. D. Lynch has been appointed to suc
ceed him. Mr. Lynch will have his head
quarters and office at Ellsworth, Minn.
Old Engine at < liaKiuinoßO.
The famous locomotive "General,"
which was used by Col. Andrews and his
comrades in an attempt to burn bridges
on the Western and Atlantic road April
12, 1562, is to be set up in the Union
station at Chattanooga, Tenn.. as a
monument to the heroes of that raid.
Will Be Ready Felt. 1.
It is expected that the new Milwaukee
freight depot will be ready for occupancy
by Feb. 1. The work is nearly complet
ed, the building being all under roof,
with the exception of the two-story por
tion, which -will be occupied by tho local
Saiitn Fe Orders Engines.
The Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe has
placed an order for seventy-four com
pound decapod locomotives with the
Baldwin locomotive work?. They are to
be similar to that recently delivered by
the Schenectady works of the American
Business Opportunities for All.
* Locations in lowa, Illinois, Minnesota
and Missouri on the Chicago Great West
ern Railway; the very best agricultural
section of the United States, where farm
ers are prosperous and business men suc
cessful. We have a demand for compe
tent men, with the necessary capital, ior
all branches of business. Some special
opportunities for creamery men and mil
lers. Good locations for general mer
chandire, hardware, harness, hotels,
banks and stock buyers. Correspondence
solicited. Write for maps and Mapla
Leaflets. W. J. Reed, Industrial Agent,
604 Endicolt Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
PROPOSALS WANTED FOR GAS-
Pursuant to the direction of the Com
mon Council of the City of St. Paul no
tice is hereby given that until the 16th
day of January, IPO2, at 5 o'clock in the
afternoon of that day, then, v ill be re
ceived at this office sealed bids or pro
posals for lighting with gasoline certain
of the streets and public grounds of the
City of St. Paul, including the streets
and public grounds within that portion of
the city lighted by gasoline lamps dur
ing the year 1901.
Bids or proposals will be submitted in
accordance with specifications on file in
this office. Blank forms of bids may be
had here en application. Each bidder is
required to place on exhibition, at or
before the time his bid is received, a
sample of the lamp he proposes to use.
Proposals must be securely sealed in a
plain unmarked envelope, except that
there shall be marked thereon the words
"Proposals for Gasoline Lighting." - Each
proposal must be accompanied by a bond
to the City of St. Paul in at least a sum
equal to twenty per cent of the estimated
amount of the contract price, or by a
certified check upon some solvent bank
of the City of St. Paul, drawn to the or
der of the City Treasurer, for at least
an amount equal to ten per cent of the
estimated contract price. Such bond
must be conditioned for the making and
execution of a contract by the bidder, if
his bid shall be accepted, or the check,
if given in lieu thereof, will be received
as security therefor.
The proposals received hereunder will
be transmitted to and opened and con
sidered by the Common Council at a
meeting thereof, to be held at the Coun
cil Chamber, on Thursday, the 16th day
of January, 1902, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.,
and the contract will then be awarded
by the Common Council to the lowest
responsible bidder, and he will be re
quired to commence lighting according:
to the specifications within fifteen days
from the time the contract is executed.
The contract will terminate on the morn
ing of the first day of June, 1902, unless
sooner terminated by resolution of the
The right is reserved to the Common
Council to reject all bids.
Dated January 4th, 1902.
Jan. 5 to Jan. 16-1902.
Construct a Sewer on Fairview and
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 9th. 1902.
Sealed bids will be received by tha
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their omca in said city, until 2
p. m. on the 23rd day of January, A. jj.
1902, for the construction of a sewer on
Fairview avenue, from Lincoln avenue to
Goourich avenue; also on Goodrich ave
nue, from Fairview avenue to Dewev
avenue, in said city, according to plans
and specifications on file in the office jf
A bond with fit 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 ac
com; any each bid. Said check shall b>'
made payable to the Clerk of said Board"
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
F. O. HAMMER,
Official: C. H. BRONSON, President-
Clerk Board of Public Works.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1902.
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%0M Cm (Sett ft Putting
Where Waoit/- Cjui 83
Leit for Insertion ii
At the Rzwte of I Cent per
Word. No Insertions Ac
cepted Leu than IS Cent/.
I untal, Clairvoyant!. Fortune Telli/ jU
2 Cents Per Word.
I i -cfertlon accepted less thaa j5 -J i.i
WANT COLUMN BRANCH DFFI3E3:
CONGER BROS., Druggists.
Selby avenue, corner St. Albans; 409 Sel
by avenue, and 349 University avenue.
RltE STREET PHARMACY,
306 Rice street.
ALBERT W. BORK,
Corner Mississippi and Nash streets.
CAMPBELL BROS., Selby and Victoria.
S. H. RUE Y rES, Druggist, Seven Corners
STRAIGHT BROS., Druggists,
Rondo and Grotto streets.
A. T. GUERNSEY & SON, Druggists,
171 North Dale street.
798 East Seventh street.
E. B. ROLLINS. Druggist,
2[)5 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,
feelby and Western avenues.
A. & G. SCHUMACHER, Druggists,
490 West Seventh street.
IIOLCOMBE & MAGNUSON, _
951 Payne avenue.
Dale and University.
BOTNER & CO.. Druggists,
678 Grand avenue, corner St. Albana.
C. T. HELLER. Colonnade.
J. P. JELLINEK & CO.,
SCI West Seventh street.
A. A. CAMPBELL,
Louis and Rondo streets.
W. K. COLLIER,
East Seventh street, corner isibley.
H. J. M'CALL, 453 Broadway.
DREIS 1 PHARMACY,
Ninth and St. Peter.
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.,
978 East Seventh street.
JOHN BODINE & CO.,
881 Payne avenue.
T* A. TREAT. 442 Broadway.
HELP WANTED —FEMALES.
HOUSEWORK—Wanted. girl to do
rcusework at 461 Mendota st.
$9 TO $15 weekly, working for us, *t
home; no canvassing; if now employed
an hour or two evenings will add $3
to $6 to your weekly income; inclose
stamp; work mailed on application.
Address 20th Century Mfg. Co., Toledo,
Anybody oat of n«rU in St. Pan! or
Minneapolis may insert an adrer
tiscmcnt under this heading freo
A lOUNG GIRL would like work in some
hotel or restaurant. Please call or ad
dress Alice E. Sandberg, 202 Ramsey st.
upstairs, side entrance.
COOK—A German girl wishes a position
as cook. Address A. F., 431 }£ Michigan
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER will make
ui) ladies' shirt waists and children's
clothes at cut prices during the month
ot January; also wool suits neatly and
promptly made. 19 West Tenth st.
GOOD, strong German girl would like
day work washing, ironing or cleaning.
Address 383 Arundel st.; also a young
lady would like some home work to do.
HAIRDRESSER would like any kind of
hair wcrk to do; will work cheap. Ap
ply 509 Wabasha st.
HOUSEKEEPER—Lady with one little
girl going on six years old would like
position as housekeeper. Apply or di
rect Mrs. L. M., 85S Ccurtland.
HOUSEKEEPER—Married woman, thor
oughly competent, will exchange per
sonal services as part pay for rooming
self and husband. A. 8., 59 Eastman
HOUSEKEEPER—MiddIe-aged widow de
sires position as housekeeper in widow
ers family. Mrs. R. Miller, care general
O.^FIC'E WORK—Young lady would like
office work of any kind. Address A. H.
8., 33S East Congress.
LAUNDRESS—A good laundress wants
work by day. Call 433 Sei^ av.
LADIES—The Golden Rule Employment
Office has three German and two Danish
girls wanting housework; call early and
leave order; we also want girls for all
kinds of work. 27 East Seventh. Room
300, Kendrlck block.
SECOND GlßL—Wanted, work by expe
rienced second girl; best city refer
erences. Call at 3SO Smith av.
SEWING—PIain sewing of all kinds done
at home. Call from 10 to 12 a. m. and
from 7 to 9 p. m., or address Seara
s tress, 327 Somerset-St.. city.
STENOGRAPHER—Young lady wants
position as stenographer and typewrit
er. Address 137 West Fourth st., city.
AV ANTED—Position in doctor's office;
experience and references; colored. 204
West Central av.
WANTED—Day work of any kind, wash
ing, ironing, housecleaning or any
thing. Call or address 366, Room 3, Wa
WASHWOMAN—Good washwoman wants
to go out washing and ironing, or any.
housework. 181 Smith av.
WASHING—Wanted, to go out washing.
408 Dayton av.
WANTED by a woman, care of child
at her home; references; state wages.
Address Mrs. I. May, General Delivery.
WANTED—Washing, Ironing and house
cleaning; also cleaning offices or any
kind of day work. Address C, 128 West
Sixth St.. Room 47.
WOMAN wants to go out washing, iron
ing or scrubbing by the day. Call or
address E. G.. No. 542 Cedar st., near
the old capitol.
WANTED — Bartender partner, with
small capital, good paying place; don't
faul to see this; snap. 87 Union block.
AGENTS AND AGENCIES.
AGENTS with Hayes' Metallic Rubber
Tires for rocking chairs make $100 per
month. J. C. Hayes, 416 Ji-ast Locust
St., Des Moines, lowa.
HELP WANTED —MALES.
A BOY of eleven wanted, at 211 We.^t
FUEL CHEAP—Our leaders, hard coal,
$7.00, $7.75 and $8.25; coke, 15.50; Poca
hontas egg, $6.50; tamarack, $1.50; maple
$6.50; chunks, $3.50: sawed, pine, $2.65;
hardwood, $3.40; tamarack, $3.00, two
hors e loads. Pittsburg and Schuylkill
Coal Co., 373 Robert st. Telephone 569.
WANTED—Men to learn barber trade
by our method of steady practice, ex
pert instructions, etc.; no limit to term;
can earn scholarship, board, tools and
transportation if desired; call today.
Moler Barber College, 221 Second av.
WANTED—Wood workers, cabinetmak
ers, millwrights, to work in pattern
shop to take piaee of strikers; steady
employment and high wages. Apply Al
lis Chalmers Co., Home Insurance
Bldg., Chicago, 111.
WANTED—To correspond with reliable
tailors who are engaged in manufac
turing for the trade. F. V. Dankowske,
305 North Main st., Butte, Mont.
WANTED—Man to attend to furnace for
his room and board. Apply 04 We?t
Summit av., Mrs. Foulke.
W^NTED-POO YOUNG MEN TO KNOW
that the Miller Clothing Renovator Co.,
651 St. Peter St., will keep their clothes
cleaned and pressed at $1.00 per month.
Telephone Main 220S L-2.
WAXTED—Married men to iiiaiia:,e
farms; permanent work .year
around; &ood salary. A. N. A«-'
. ilerson, 179 East Third st.
Anybody ont of work In St. Panl o»
Minneapolis may insert anadver.
tibenient under this heading free
of charge, i > - ■ i
A STRONG BOY of sixteen would like
work of any kind. Address C. S., 445
A BOY of seventeen would like work of
any kind. Address 870 Gaultier st.
A BOY of sixteen would like work of any
kind. Address 594 Gaultier st.
AN ENERGETIC young man wants
work of any kind for room and board
or small wages during the winter. Ad
dress W. H., No. 543 Broadway, city.
A GOOD BOY wants work of any kind;
is accustomed to horses and can drive a
team as good as a man; can feed Gor
don press and can bring good refer
ences, and would like to have work of
any kind; age, eighteen. Address Jo
seph Carey, 649 Western av.; call or
HANDY MAN wishes a situation of any
kind; married, and I am in need of
work. F. Lucier, general delivery.
A STRONG BOY of sixteen would like
work of any kind. Address J. &£., 437
Goodrich av. '
A STRONG BOY of 'sixteen would like
work of any kind. Address A. K., 71
BOY fourteen years old would like a po
sition of any kind. Address Archie Mc-
Closkey 556 Wabasha St., Flat 2.
BOY wants work of some kind; please
call. 131 West Third st., city.
COACHMAN—A good, reliable coachman
vculd like position at once; careful
driver; understands horses thoraughly.
Address William Nelson, 583 East Sev
COLLECTOR—Wanted, position by mar
ried man as. city collector, or light de
livering; three years' experience in col
lecting; City reference and bonds fur
nished. J. M., 922 Hudson av., city.
ENGINEER—Position wanted as engi
neer or fireman having first-class li
cense; ten years' experience in run
ning engine. William Krating, 455**
Wabasha St., St. Paul, Minn.
POSITION OF TRUST by man of wide
experience capable of taking charge
of financial part of large business; good
references. Address A 16, Globe.
OFF." 1 CEWORK-Young man of sixteen
years would like position in general
office work; can get good references;
has good handwriting and willing to
work for moderate salary. Address 605
Blair St., city.
OFFICE WORK—Energetic young man
of seventeen would like to have posi
tion in general office work; has some
experience; moderate salary. Address
J. C. S., 6SI St. Albans St.. citv.
OFFICE WORK-Strong boy, who stud
ied at college, would like work in an
office. Address F. Deutsch, 73 West
PAlNTEß—Experienced painter and pa
per hanger wants work; have tools for
job work; twelve years' experience In
city. Painter, 683 North st.
WANTED, by a steady and reliable mid
dle-aged man, work of any kind; handy
at any thing; has good experience in
nursing; good education; good refer
ences. J. A. De B. ( 11 East Seventh St.,
WANTED—A position of any kind by
strong, young man; am competent type
v.riter operator. Address D. G., 346
East Tenth st., city.
WANTED-Work of any kind by young
man; well acquainted with city. Ad
.dress E. Carey, General Delivery.
WORK—A young man of eighteen would
like work of any kind; can give good
reference. Address R. E., 391 West Sev
enth st., St. Paul.,Mlnn.
WORK—A young nxan of eighteen would
like work of any kind. Call or address
George Dufoar, 365 Tennessee st.
A YOUNG MAN desires a situation of
any kind where there is a chance of
advancement; have studied bookkeeping
at college; good penman, and best of
references. Address J 5, Globe.
ALL STANDARD makes, at puces defy
ing competition; shipped everywhere for
examination and trial; send for de
scription and specimen work. Dept. B,
General Typewriter Co., 376 Robert St.,
DR. SCHIFFMAN, 138 East Sixth—Pain
less extracting, gold filing- 75c up; oth
ers, 50c up; Cleaning, 50c up; solid 22-k
crowns ard bridges, $2.50 up; plates,
S3.CO up; full set. $4 to J2O. Op. ladici'
entrance of Ryan.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
AT FOUR HOTELS NEWLY FURNISH
ed and papered rooms; all prices, day,
week or month; depot cars pass the
doors. The Western 105 East Eighth;
Imperial Hotel, 1G East Eighth; Yukon
Hotel, 127 East Eighth; Economy Hotel,
360 Jackson St.; transient trade solicited.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—S6; 5-room house; city water;
Walsh avenue; walnut desk for sale.
Wm. F. Pieper, 734 Globe Bldg.
$I'—Your credit is good with us. Quick
?20--loans on household goods, pianos,
$-5— etc.. without removal from your re^
s3>.i—idence. Easy weekly payments or
$&"— monthly payments. Lowest rates.
W—Loans to salaried people without
$45—mortgage. or indorser. Payable in
$50—easy installments. We have private
$75 —interviewing rooms and can guaran
sloo—tee absolute privacy and confiden
tial treatment. Open evenings. Take
elevator fifth floor. American Loan Co.,
Room 512 Manhattan Bldg.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
Upon Their Plain Notes.
No Mortgage; No Indorser; No Publicity.
LOWEST RATES. EASIEST
ST. PAUL FINANCIAL COMPANY.
Room 301, New York Life Bldg.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos,
etc; lowest rates; confidential; pay in
Installments. St. Paul Loan Co., Room
7, Court block.
OLDEST AND BEST.
MONEY LOANED to salaried people;
only security their name; also loans on
furniture, pianos, etc., without removal
from residence. Minnesota Mortgag*
Loan Company, 317 Pioneer Press Bldg.
PRIVATE PARTY has $300 to loan on
city property. Address U. G., Globe.
WANTED, $5,000 till Oct. 15, 1902, at 8 per
cent; good security and insurance pol
icy, $7,000. Address V 25, Globe.
6 AND 6 PER CENT MONEY to loan
on improved property in St. Paul and
Minneapolis. V. C. Gilman, New i'orH
LOST AND FOUND.
DOG LOST-Llewellyn setter dog, white
with black ticks, little tan on muzzle,
spot on left side of back size of dollar.
Reward if returned to 727 Marshall av.
R. M. Neely.
FOB LOST—Saturday night, bear-claw
fob, valuable to owner as memento;
$5 "reward, at C. H. Edward's Confec
tionery, Merriam Park.
PASSBOOK LOST—Dec. 7, 1901, Pass
book No. 15734, of the State Savings
bank; finder is requested to leave same
at the bank; if book is not presented
within four weeks it will be canceled.
J. M. Goldsmith, treasurer.
WATCH LOST—A lady's open-face sil
ver watch and chatelaine, on Wabasha
st., between Sixth and Tenth. Return
to Miss Clark. 37 East Tenth St., and
BOOKS BY MAIL, 25c; HOW TO HYP
notize, David's Dream Book. Court
ship and „■ Marriage, Fortune Teller
Palmistry, Parlor Magic; catalogue
free. Noble's Publishing house, S7-89
Eighth st.. St. Paul. - ■
WANTED TO RENT.
SEVEN or eight-room house, modern,
or steam-heated fiat, c«Rvenient-£o city.
O 14, Globe.
WANTED to rent seven-room house, with
bath, on Dayton Bluff. Address R 2
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
CREMER & CO., 313 Jackson street, offer
for sale ' some choice central property,
dwellings and business; also a large list
of farm lands Dakota, Minnesota and
Wisconsin. A choice section in Grant
county, Minn. For particulars call or
address Cremer & Co.
FOR SALE—The best paying saloon ir>
northern Minnesota; building and fix
tures; three-track bowling alley in base
ment; corner lo.t; three small stores in
rear on side street; $15,000; $5,000 cash,
balance long time payments. J. Kel
leher, Brainerd. Minn.
DOLLS—DOLLS DOLLS repaired at IGS
West Fourth; heads, wigs, eyes or any
missing joints furnished; all work done
MISS L. A. WELCH. SOS Phoenix Bldg.—
Superfluous hair, moles, etc., perma
nently removed by electrolysis; refer
ences given; shampooing and manicur
■ ing-- ■ '__ •■••■■ '-- ' ■■- __
W.A NTED—Young lady companion to go
to Pacific coast; free fare; at once. B
IS, Globe. •■■--■ -
YOU CAN Hypnotize by reading "Success
of Suggestion" or your money returned.
Book sent sealed, 25c. Noble's Publish
mg House. St. Paul.
TO EXCHANGE-1,200 acres good farm
land in Polk county. Wisconsin, for
stock of general merchandise. Apnlv
for particulars to H. C. Ferguson
313 Jackson St.. Room 2, St. Paul. Minn!
SEND PHOTO and 75 cents for our
handsome medallions; indestructible
and an ornament to every home VV. W
Stivers. 61f» Ryan Bldg.. St. Paul.
DR. WYATT—Sixteen years at 220 Hen
nepin av., Minne: !is. with thirty
years' wonderful success in curing men
and women of sexual, kidney, blood or
wasting diseases; visit or write him
free and get cured.
I A? IS SI yseph:chesler's English Pennyroyal Pills.
J| Be»t! S a ffe.t! Only Reliable! Take „£ other
ttlMi .nY'R^V t *• .Or "nd <c" stamPS. f<=r partic
<?fci Ren«f for Ladies," l o letter by return maU.
Cbiehester Chemical Co.. PhUada., Pa.
Ms- WHITE, -occultist, psychometric,
flft,*™ i <K onrtht .tells P ast - Present
future, with unerring accuracy; read
ings daily; circles Friday.
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 all
druggists. All ailments of the feet
treated at office, 292 Endicott Arcade
established eighteen years.
PROPOSALS WANTED FOR ELEC-
City Clerk's Office;
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 4, lbO2.
Sealed proposals marked "Proposals for
Election Booths," will be received at this
office until five o'clock p. m., Jan. 16,
1902, for the construction and erection of
fifty (50) election booths, in accordance
with specifications on file in the office
of the Commissioner of Public Works
of the City of St. Paul.
A bond in the sum of 20 per cent of
the amount bid, with two sureties, resi
dents of the State of Minnesota, or a
surety company bond in the same
amount, or a certified check of 10 per
cent of the amount bid, must accom
pany each proposal as surety for the
making and execution of a contract.
The Common Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Common Council.
Jan. 6 Daily to Jan. 16—1301.
PIANO, fine household furnishings at
auction; we will sell at auction at the
late residence of Mr. William Cun
ningham. No. 779 Dayton av., corner of
Avon, on Thursday, Jan. 16, at 9:30 a.
m., consisting in part of one fine
Knabe upright piano, solid mahogany
rockers and chairs, fancy parlor pieces,
one solid mahogany bookcase, cost $300;
one of the finest in the city; mahog
any center and library tables, Turkish
leather chairs, leather couch, one roll top
desk, tine sideboard, dijiing room table,
and 12 leather-seat chairs, one fine solid
brass bedstead, all-hair mattrasses
throughout the house; also all bed linen
and covers, one fine bird'seye maple
dresser and dressing stand, one solid
mahogany bedroom suite, cost ?400; one
fine oak suite; also iron beds,
springs, etc., toilet ware and odd pieces
ono fine hall tree, one splendid onyx
clock (very fine); a splendid assortment
of bric-a-brac sofa pillows; all the tabl<=
linen, silverware, Haviland china c;t
glass, etc.; all the oil paintings, some oy
celebrated artists; two steel ranges re
frigerator and kitchen outfit; ail',"
carpets, consisting of the best Wiltons
and others; lace curtains, draperies, etc '
etc.; the above is certainly the best
lot of house furnishings offered at auc
tion for several years, and we can onjv
enumerate very few of them here, but
attend the sale and you will not be dis
appointed; goods can be seen on
Wednesday, the luth inst.; so do not
fail to attend. Kavanagh Bros. Auc
tioneers, 173-175-177 East Sixth st.'
Contirm-Ktioii of Assessment for
Sewer on Thomas Street.
Cffice of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn., January 9th. 1902.
The assessment of benefits, costs an'l
expenses arising from constructing a
temporary sewer on Thomas street, from
Milton street to Grotto street, together
with the necessary catchbasins and man
holes, in the City of St. Paul, Minnesota,
haying be»:n completed by the Board of
Public Works, in and for said city, said
Board will meet at their office in said
city, at 2 p. m. on the 27th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1902, to hear objections (if any)
to said assessment, at which time and
place, unless sufficient cause is shown to
the contrary, said assessment will be
confirmed by said Board.
The following is a list of the supposed
owners' names, a description of the prop
erty specially benefited, and the amounts
assessed against the same, to-wit:
Joseph R. Weide's Fifth Addition.
Supposed Owner and
Description. Lot. Block. Benefits.
Minnie A. Weide 10 1 $23.12
John C. Devereux Jr..11 1 29 44
Jcs. R. Weide Jr 12 1 0244
Minnie A. Weide 13 1 22.44
The London and N.
W. Am. Mtge. Co.
Ld 14 1 22.44
Julia A. Paulson 15 1 22 44
The East Seventh St.
Bid. Socy 16 1 22.41
The Continental Sav
ings, Loan and Bldg.
Co 17 1 22.44
Chas. O. Sundgren 18 1 22 44
Jacob Peter 1 1 22.11
same 2 3 22 41
Thor. Wisste 3 3 2 9 44
Anson T. Downs 4 3 22 44
Erick Malhison 5 3 21.76
John J. Wards Addition.
Supposed Owner and
Description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Patrick Reilly and
Vincent Dunne 1 1 $03 19
Mary F. Rust 2 1
The United S. F. and
Gr. Co 3 1 23.12
same 4 j 23.12
Thomas Street Addition.
Supposed Owner and
■c Description. Lot. Benefits.
Emma Shanahan 10 $21.0S
Eliza Athey 11 ■» ij
H. F. Mclntyre '.'.'. !l2 22.it
The London and N W Am
Mtsre. Co.. Ltd 14 2° 11
Estate of Shubel Hutchins...l3 22*.44
Barney R. Nyhagen 15 29 14
Hans A. Nielson 16 ''"it
Sam'l E. Betcher 17 22.4i
The London and N. W. Am
Mtge. Co., Ltd 18 22.44
Victoria Street Addition.
Supposed Owner and
Description. Lot. Block. Benefits
Morgan Sheehy 1 1 $•>] 08
same 2 1 17 wi
same 3 1 17-(0
M. Sheehy 4 1 17.00
same 5 1 17.0) I
Supposed Owner and
M. A. Van Doren—One hun
dred-sixty-three and nine
tentns (163 9-10) feet -wfcst of
the east ona hundred-sixty
threo and nine - tenths
(163 9-10) feet of the south
east quarter (SE. %) of the
northwest quarter (NW.
(except streets thereof) of
section thirty-five (35),town
ship twenty-nine (29), range
twenty-three (23) $111.52
Chute Bros.' Division No. 13 Addition to
Supposed Owner and
_. Description. Lot. Benefits.
Chute Bros.' C0.... .........16 $23.12
same .17 21.A> i
same 18 27 S)
same 19 27.L)
same ....20 27.20
same 21 27.20
same ...22 27 20
ame 23 27.20
same 1.4 27.10
™e 25 7/:o
same ....:..: 26 27.0
same 27 27.20
same ....28 27.2U
same 29 27.20
same 30 27.20
Chute Brothers' Division No. 14 Addi
tion to St. Paul.
Supposed Owner and
__ Description. _ Lot . Benefits.
Chute Bros; Co ■.&.... 1 $27 20
same " 2 2720
same ...!.!"'*" 3 27^0
same 4 27 "'0
same ... 5 27120
same 6 27.20
same .7 : 27.20
same 8 27 20
same .... 9 . 21.2a
same 10 27 20
same .11 °7 •-'0
i same .'.12 1 27 20
same 13 2 7.20
same 14 27.20
same ..... 15-- 23.12
Chute Bros.' Division No. 12 Addition to
Supposed Owner and
t Description. . Lot. Benefits.
Joseph S. Simonton 16 $23 12
same 17 27.20
same „ 18 . 27.20
same ....19 27.20
same 20 27.20
same ................21 27.20
same ....;......22 27.20
same 23 ■' 27.20
same ...24 27.20
same : 25 27.20
same >....; 26 27.20
same .■ 27 ' 27.20
same 28 27.2.)
same ...29 27.20
Chute Bros.' Division No. 11 Addition to
. St. Paul. -*
Supposed Owner and
Description. Lot. Benefits;.
Chute Bros.. Co ...2 $27.20
same ...V.... 3 27.20
same .;...... ...4 27.20
some 5 27 20
same • 6 - • 27.20
same r...... 7 27.20
same ....8 27.20
same; .9 27.20
same ........ .....; .....10 27 20
Stato Inv. Co. 11 " 27''0
same ........ ....12 27^0
same . ..13: : • 27/"*0
same ...... ...............14 27.20
same .. .......15 23.12
All objections to said assessment must
bi made in writing and filed with the
Clerk of said Board at least one. day
pnci to said meeting. .
■.. F. O. HAMMER,
Official: ■■ C. H. BRONSON.
Clerk Board of Public Works,
Instant Relief. - Cure in 15 days. • NeTer returns. I •>rill
gladly send to any sufferer in a plaiD seaicU envelop*
FREE a -prescription with full directions for a quick, -
Brivate enro for J,ost Manhood, Night Losses,' Xervoua
ebility. Small Weak Parts, Varicocele. etc. Address
L.F. PAGE, Private Box 709, MARSHALL. MICH,
UmOn DEPOT, SIBLEY STRKET.
Trains leave and arrive at St Paul as
follows y _____
IpRTH-WEBTERM lINE I;
OtTce 352 Robert St. 'i'lion© 480.\
--tEx. Sun. +Ex Sat. ~ ', ' ' "
fEx. Mon. Othor3 Daiir. LEAVE. ARRIVE
■ Badjer st»!e Exprssj. \ 8:30 10:1 5:
Chicago, Mil . Madi-on . } A. M. P. M . ,! j
Chjcaeo Atlantic Ex P res3 >> 11:10 10:55 a-n
Chlcaeo "Fast Mali' ".: 6:05 pm ooa:l? ,
Northwestern LlailteJ. \ 8:33 7:25
Chicago. Mil.. MsdUan } P. M A. M. ;
Wau^.u.F. Lie, Grssn Bay 6:05 pm 10:55 am' '
Mamfewoc. Shiboysan t6:05 pm $lO'ssam
Duluth. Superior. Ashland.... t8:50 ami* 45 p^,
£. Twilight Limits. > 4:25 9:59 i*
Duluth, Superior. Ashland.. j P. M P M• ' '
Mankato, St.Jamss. Su, City. t7:40 sm t415 nV
De.Jwa.d. Black Hills ..... f7*4o am" 7-3S $£j!
Elmore, Altpna. Dsj Moln«3 t7:40 t7:30 pmr'l
Now Ulm, Tracy, Marshall.. . t7:40 am t7:30 prnH
Huron. Rsdfleld, Plsrra t7:40 amj t7:30 prrjt
Omaha Exprus. \ 10:00 7:30 I
Su. Citv. Orriiha, Km. City, j A. M. P M<• ■ ' '
Sioux Falls. Mitchell 0:00 am t7:30 pni '
New Ulm, Elmors.St. Jamos. t4:50 pm tlO-05am
Omaha Limited. I 8:40 7:351
Su. City, Cmiha, Kan. City, J P. M. A. M. i'
V»atertown, Redfisli, Huron.. 8.40 pm 7:35 ami
/^cnJ^ TICKET OFFICE v
rlCPl Cor" .th and Robert st
V^V^^tj/ «. Union Station. St. Paul. i
V^#MYv£ Milwaukee Station, Mlniisapclis. ',
\feJ»^JLj^ Dining and Pullman Bleeping Cars on '
. Winnipeg and Cotst Trains.
No. 11 to Portland, Ore., I i*e^ v?.« | Arrivo -
via Butte. Missouia, Spokane * 9 :30 * 2 :20
Seattle, Tacoma am pm
Fargo, Jamestown, Boze- -, n „_ „ _ -_
rnaa, Helena, Butte, Spokane, * 10:35 * 7 :43
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland... pm .am
Fargo and Leecli Lake
St. Clond,Little FaUs,Brain- 8 '30 5 '45
erd, Walker, Bemidjl, Fargo.. am ' pm 0
Dakota & Manitoba
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Moorhead, Fargo, Crookston, „ o nn . _ . _
Grand Forks, Urafton, Win- *8:00 A 7:15
nlPeg pm am
"PULUTH SHORT LINE"
t8 I; es7aml>raUTß& Arrive
• M:io£m superior +2ir,o P
«J.1:1O pm j *6:30 pm
•Daily. tEx. Sunday.
Ticket Office-332 Robert St.. Cor. Fourth.
'Phone Main _
Leave. »Daily. 4Ex Sun. iSun only Arrive. t
tß:lsam St. Cloud, Ferpus Falls, Ftrgo t6:oopm
tß:lsim .... Willmar. via St. Cloud ... 16:00pm
'9:20001 FLYER 1P« I °c nond*2:3 f
t4:4spm Elk River. M. and Sandstone 110:00am
14:40pm ... Wayzita and Hutchinson. .. t9:2oam
*7:ospm Brock., Farco. C. F..\Vinnlpo2 *7:45am
*B:3opm ■ ...Minn, and Dak. Ftp .. . »7:3oam
EASTERX MIXXESOTA RAILWAY.
850pml-D"^h and W»t Supertor7|7gg™
Sleeper for 11:10 p. rn. train ran be oc
cupied at any time after 9 p. m.
Chicago Great Western Rk
"The Mzplc Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office, sth & RobertSts., St. Paul.
+ Bx. Sunday; others daily. JjuUVi fW JARRIVc FRO_M
I Kenyon, Dodga Csntsr, Oil- 8:10 am! 10:00
wein, Dubu;vj;, Frssporf, 8:10 pm 7:50 sti
j _ Chicago and East: U:2Cpm 12:50 pm
j Cedar Falls, Waterl-jo, Mar- 10:30am 7:25pm
shalltovn; De3 Molns3, St. 8:10pm 7:503m
Joseph, Kansas City. 11:20pm 12:50 pm
C f r^onJ^^ i Win !l _ /ffffi ] 29: : 54°5 3am
Northfisld, Faribault, Watsr- t 8:10am t7:2spm
ville, Mankatj. 6:05 pm J 9:45 am
Hayfield, Austin. Lyla Mason t $.10 am 10:45 am
City 5:10 pm 17:25 pm
Eagie Grove, Ft. Dodga t8:10am j t7:25 pm
Milwauke 3 /J
& St. Paul Plym *^^^J
Ticket Office 365 Robert St. Phe.-.a 98.
_*r»i!y. lEx. Sunday. LEAVE. | ARRIVE
Chicago, La X. Milwauko*.... *8:30 am'*lo:lspm
Chicago, La X, Mi'.waukeo.... »6:00 1:25 am
..emep Pi3il33f mi TI:JSDIOrf:2S Qm
MilwauJcaa, La X. VI a.... *3:00 pm *2:sopm
Chicago. Faribo, Dabuqaa.... *3:55 pm *9:loam
Red Wine and Rochester .. t3:00 pm 111:25am
La Cross*, Dubuq'e, Rk Isrndi 18:30 am tl0:1 5 pm
Northfield. Faribo, Kan. City *8:00 am *6:05 pm
Crtonvllle, Milbank, Aberdeen 18:45 am t6:30 pm
Ortonyillo Aberdosn, Fareo.. i*6:so pm *7:35 am
NcrthfieH. Faribo, Austin .. .1^7:25 pm 1 1:10am
Minneapolis &SU Louts
O*fl=c. 398 Roowt. Pfaffia 661. St. Louii Dapot
_Lgava_|_J*Dilly fExsopt Sunday | _Arrlr£
9;QO THE SHORT UN2 TJ T7s3Q
8:OO O IH AH A -3:03
P nt* AND DES MOINE3; an*'
19:00am Albert. L-a. Csiar Rapiij *
*7-oOn- • ..Chicago. Kansas Citr... t7:30 pii
7.00pm .Chl.-ago&it. Louis Limit*!. "3 40 an
Watsrtawn, Nsw Ulm, St.
Jsmss, Sh«rbur«« > Esthsr
tß:4sam ...vills and Storm Laks T6:02 pm
New Ulm Lo^l—St. Jams 3,
*5:15?m ..Sherburnoand Esthsrvills.. *9:59 am
jHSram 3ESTUNETO '&&JSSBI
|lip CHICA6O AND HJ|j||
I LT.for I STATIONS. j Ar.fwm*
8.C5 amiWinona, Crosse, Dnbaque; i
j and Chicago, except Stinday 12.45 pm
8.05 anVWinona, La Crosse, Dubuquej :
I and St.Louls, except Sunday i
8.25 Winona, La Crosse, Dubuque ' . i
I Chicago and St. Louis, daily! 7.25 am
Ticket Office, 400 Robert St. Tel. Main £6.
IM., ST. P. & S. S. M. E'Y. J^
City Ticket Office, 379 Robert St. Tel. 1031,
Union Depot, St. Paul.
Leave. I EAST. |Arrlve.
7:2opm .Atlantic Limited (<aily).i B:4sam
10:00am|Rhinelander Local(exSun) 4:55pm
9:osam Pacific Express (Pacific "
Coast) daily. 6:55pm
s:ooptn wood Exp. (ex Sun) I o:ssam
WISCONSIN CENTBAL E'Y CO. '
City Office. 373 Robert St V[ 'Phone No. 694.
Leave I ah -T ra naik- ("Arrive
Bt. Paul| Ml Trains Dall>. st Paul
Eau Claire. Chip. Falls,| />
fi.OOamiMHwaukee and Chicago 8:15am"
lAshland, Chlppewa F'ls, -.>•.
7:4opznlOshkosb. Mil. and Chi. s:oopm
Server on Strylcer Atcuuh.
Office of the Board of Public "Works, v *
City of St. Paul. Minn., Jan. 6. 1002. v
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for tho
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Mln- ;
nesota, at their office in said city, until 2
p. m. on the 23rd day of January, A. D. i ..
1002, for the construction of a sewer on
Stryker avenue, from Robio street to ,
Dearborn street, in said city, according
to plans and BpcclflcatlOM on file in tna
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 Beard reserves the right to
Official: C. H. BP.ON6ON. ; • .
• Cler!: Board, of Public Works. ..
■;--;',-;■■■■. Jan. 7-i902-10t.