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NEW UNION DEPOT POSTAL
STATION IS TO BE BUILT
Contract Let to M. P. Ryan, Who Will
Build It Immediately.
Superintendent Gould, of the supplies
and allowances division of the postoffice
department, has accepted the bid of M.
P. Ryan to build and equip a postal sta
tion near the Union depot and has entered
into a contract to lease the same for a
period of ten years at the annual rental
The new station will be located at Ro
sabel street, between Third and Fourth
streets, and just back of the Hackett
wholesale hardware house. Mr. Ryan
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THE PARADER AND CREIGHTON.
Owned by G. E. Palmer. Denver.
agrees to furnish heat and light and all
Interior fixtures. About seventy-five peo
ple will be employed in the new station.
MAN AND WOMAN INDULGE
IN BRISK RAZOR MATINEE
Get Workhouse Sentence for Pugnacious
John Chambers and -Mary Boggs, col
ored, were yesterday given a workhouse
sentence for fighting with a razor. Cham
bers and the Boggs woman were arrested
by Officer Galvin, together with Sadie
Williams, another colored woman. at
Eighth and Broadway. The Williams
woman rushed up to the officer shrieking
murder, and when he entered the room
he found Chambers and the Boggs woman
fighting. The woman had a razor blade
in her hand and Chambers had a large
gash in his hand. Sadie Williams was
Junior Pioneers Meet.
The Junior Pioneers will hold tho*r reg
ular monthly meeting in Elks' hall this
evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting will
make arrangements for the annual picnic
-eips park, White Bear, on juii . .. .
First Honors at the Horse Show
Are harder to win than first honors among
your friends by serving Hamm's Velvet,
the new bottle beer. Has a delightful
THE ANDREW ~
Broadway and 7th.
Bargains for value seeders at the Big
BEST GRANULATED SUGAR
With GASH ORDERS amounting
to $5 or over.
Michigan Red Cherries
16-quart case, AC) IIP
only .. $_./0
FhfKnatP Strawberry, raspberry, wild cherry
Fhospate and blood orange, per wild in.
Blueberries ; quart. $1,75
Red Raspberries C 2£°* $1.75
Gooseberries _£??. $1,25
Currants ££&«!• $1.00
Apricots ££?£ 90c
Gem Melons ushel $1,00
Peaches V*-bushel crate 75c
rCdbllos fancy California (DC
Georgia Watermelons Each... I2'/2C
Bananas & n sc, 10c & 15c
'Potatoes ErSEs 50c
Evaporated Raspberries £ nd .. 20c
Lemons &„ 15c
PflffpO Fresh roast«d while you wait. Our
UUIIGG celebrated Broadway Blend" ffl nn
I Olbs 3>|,UU
Our Famous. "Palmer House" Java and OC»
Mocha, per lb i /J)C
the: BIG storm,
BROADWAY AND SEVENTH. ST. PAUL
DERBY DAY A WINNER
HORSE SHOW RACE PROGRAMME
AROUSES WILD ENTHUSIASM
OF LARGE CROWD
ARTOIS CAPTURES DERBY
IN AN EXCITING FINISH
Events on the Show Programme Again
Prove That Never Before Have so
Many Fine Bred Animals Been Ex
hibited in the West — Today's
With the added attraction of the
much-discussed trotting Derby and
other speed events the attendance. at
the horse show for the second day was
much improved, and with the intro
duction of the new feature the air of
dignified and reserved interest which
characterized the gathering of the first
day gave way to some extent to the
excitement and boisterous demonstra
tion attendant upon races. Although
the threatening weather of the early
afternoon discouraged many who had
intended to go to the grounds, the
show was nevertheless well patronized.
The light rain of the early afternoon
caused but little inconvenience to those
who were caught out in it, and at the
grounds served only to lay the dust
on the race track and in the show
ring and therefore to make the condi
tions more comfortable.
The horse show programme of the
afternoon was as a whole an excellent
one and presented new features which
took the popular fancy. Two jumping
events particularly pleased the spec-
tators, a potato race for gentleman
riders, in which there were several
local entries, aroused excitement to a
high pitch and afforded much amuse
7 S " Timber Topper 0. K.
The opening event in the show pro
i gramme was the jumping event, which
was postponed from the opening day,
and it was easily won by Timber Top
per, G. E. Palmer's handsome bay geld
ing, whose picture is shown ' herewith.
Timber Topper's jumping is an inspir
ing sight, for he goes into the sport as
though he truly enjoyed it and takes
the jump without a waver of uncer
tainty. Second place was awarded to
Anthracite, also owned by Mr. Palmer,
and third to Thistledown, one of Mr.
Ashbrook's two entries, the other being
The runabout class afforded one of
the prettiest exhibitions of the day,
there being twelve horses shown out of
an entry list of twenty-six. After a
few turns about the ring judges drop
ped out of the competition all but
Duchess, exhibited by E. L. Hersey;
Queen, F. B. Kellogg; Richard Yea,
Mrs. A. E. Ashbrook; King, W. W.
Price; Tom, E. N. Saunders; Duchess,
George C. Finch. Then considerable
time was spent in further considera
tion of these horses, and the result was
first prize to E. L. Hersey's brown
mare Duchess, second to George C.
Finch's gray mare, also named Duch
ess, and third to the Ashbrook gelding,
Richard Yea. The animals shown in
this class besides those already named
were El Capitan, G. E. Palmer: Chico,
A. B. McGaughey; Andrew Gamelon,
Dr. C. De Garmo Gray; Capt. Seimes,
Thomas Irvine; Highland Chief, Wil
liam B. Holwell, and Delia, Phillip B.
For single . roadsters, pacers, both
first and third prizes went to M. L.
Rothschild, with Buff Johnson, a strik
ingly handsome and showy black,
which he drove himself, and Elsie
Gamberel, a bay, "which was handled
by a coachman. Second place went to
Alcoco, owned by Dr. S. Bowman. The
others shown were May Storm, W. G.
Strickland Axtella Wilkes, H. W. Fag
ley; Frank A, J. A. Humbert.
Animals Win Applause.
In the competition for saddle horses
shown in walk, trot and canter, were
presented two animals of such striking
beauty and grace of action as to corn-
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ROAD FOUR OF A. E. ASHBROOK, KANSAS CITY
mend general and outspoken admira
tion and to give the judges a long pe
riod of perplexity as to which should
be placed first in the award and which
second. They were G. E. Palmer's seal
brown mare Jean Bowdre and F. R.
Bigelow's bay gelding Boy, j both of
which were ridden by the owners. The
Palmer entry was a winsome creature
of beautiful conformation, graceful
movement and excellent conformation,
while t-.e Bigelow horse was'of more
rangy build, with greater dash of ac
tion. Repeatedly the judges had the
two put througn their paces, and after
much deliberation and careful scrutiny
awarded first honor t i the Palmer
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1902.
mare. Failing In first choice by so
close, a"decision Mr. Bigelow's mount
easily took second place, and third was
given to A. E. Ashbrook's Thistledown.
Other exhibits in this class were Ei
derdown, A. ;E. Ashbrook; Prince,
Charles Schunemann; Russia, Miss P.
A. Ferguson. . : -
Again yesterday C. E. Palmer took
first prize in the heavy harness class
for park turnout, this time with Glen
wood and mate, a finely matched pair
of bright bays just above fifteen hands
in height, which he drove to a park
phaeton. J Second place went. to A. E.
Ashbrook", with Gay O So and O So
Gay, which: were : shown by him the
previous day, when Mr. Palmer won
first with - The Parader and Creighton
in the same class. E. L. Hersey's Duke
and Duchess were awarded third place.
The other pairs shown in this class
were Peter Cooper and Robert the
Devil, Louis Laramee; Queen and
Prince, F. B. Kellogg; Bridget and
Barney, R. Gordon." - 7.>777v
Polo Ponies Good.
Among the polo ponies, of which
there were four shown, Golden Sceptre,
exhibited by A. E. Ashbrook, took the
blue ribbon, Fan Tan, another entry by
Mr. Ashbrook, the-red; and G. E. Pal
mer's ; Sweetheart, the yellow. „ The
other • horse shown was Melancholy
Mose, entered by Mr. Palmer and a
handsome little animal . but as It ap
peared not shown to advantage.
■■■ In ' the potato race the programme
was changed to have the contest be
tween gentlemen riders, and Included
several local entries. The participants
were Philip Hunt and J. D. McATdle,
both of Minneapolis; G. E. Palmer,
Denver; A. E. Ashbrook, Kansas City;
W. Hill and F. Bigelow, both of St.
Paul, and Louis Laramee, of Minneap
olis. After about fifteen minutes of
very rough riding, in which nearly all
of the riders exhibited good horseman
ship, Mr. Palmer was awarded the blue
ribbon and.Mr. Ashbrook the red rib
bon, and the award was approved by
the spectators, who enjoyed the per
formance of these two equestrian com
The show programme closed with an
exhibition of sporting tamcens, which
was easily won by G. E. Palmer's en
try Timber Topper and Devil's Dream,
Timber Topper, the saddle horse of the
team being the only one to go cleanly
over the jump required at the finish.
Second place was given to A. E. Ash
brook's White Wings and mate, and
third to the Laramee entry, Robert the
Devil and Peter Cooper. Thistledown
and mate were also exhibited in this
class by Mr. Ashbrook.
C. B. Chamberlain gave an exhibi
tion of high school riding on Mr. Pal
mer's black horse Mack Donald.
The gig class and road four-in
hands, which were to have been exhib
ited yesterday, will be shown today.
Great Race Programme.
On the speed track a programme of ab
sorbing interest was presented, there be
ing added to the regular programme as
announced a match race of great local
interest between Fred Schroeder's Lotta
C. and James F. Paisleys Don Juan.
The main event of this portion of the
programme was, of course, the Derby,
a two-mile dash for horses of the 2:30
class for a purse of $1,500, and it is but
rarely that there has been so exciting a
race on the Hamline track. There were
five starters, and throughout the entire
two miles the distance between the leader
and the last horse did not at any time
exceed sixty feet. The starters were Ar
tois, Random. Rhea W.. Black Lady and
Hambert, and they were sent away well
bunched, with Black Lady perhaps a little
to the good and Rhea W. close up. After
holding the/ lead almost the entire first
mile, Black Lady gave way to Artois. and
from that time to the finish she held hep
advantage, with Hambert crowding her
closely until just before the wire was
reached, when Black Lady again pushed
her nose a little to the fore and managed
to hold it there to the finish, although
Hambert was too close at all times for
comfort. Artois' lead over Black Lady
left her but little margin, the finish be
ing very close between the three.
In the first race the 2:45 trot, for a
purse of $600, Bird L. won in straight
heats and Araja established the same
title to second place. Third and fourth
money was divided between Frugality
and Richard S., each of which finished
third in one heat. - Early Girl finished
fourth in both heats, j
The race for pacers of the 2:10 class
for $1,000 purse was highly exciting and
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G. E. PALMER'S TIMBER TOPPER.
The Unbeaten High Jumper of the Season.
afforded good sport, as the field was large.
Diodene was, however, an easy winner in
straight heats, with Anton Miesen's C.
Dewey third in the first heat and second
in the second. Third money went to C. F.
W., who finished second in the first heat
and sixth in the second, and fourth money
went to Goshen Jim, who was placed
fourth in the first heat and third in the
The match race was in half-mile heats,
and for $200, beside which the owners
had some side bets, it is said, and Mr.
Carling offered a suit of clothes to the
winner. It was won in straight heats by
Schroeder's horse Lotta C.
Summaries of . Races.
First race, 2:45 class, trotting. Purse,
Bird L, b m, -A. Lindsay,".: Min
neapolis ................;......... 1 1
Aiaja, b g, A. Russell." Columbus". ~
Junction, Iowa: J.......;.... 2 2
•Frugality, b m, C. L. De Ryder,
Menomonie, Wis ........;....... 3 5
•Richard S, b g, J. M. Carr, San
Francisco, Cal. - .......".......... .5 3
Early Girl, m. W. G. Carling, St. v>r-7«;
-Paul ...... ;;..T.":....... .. - - 4 4
•Third and fourth money divided." •_-
Time, 3:21%..2:20^. ,
SUMO— d ra°e'" 2:l°CClas s Pac *n&! Purse,
Diodene. b m, C. L.< De Ryder, ■ %
Menomonle, Wis. 11
-C ' Dewey, "3 1 S' A.''Mies's'en;'st. 7-."
■ Paul ...-., 32
V?- ♦T-'t^V 1- Mr i-'B." Sullivan,
North La Crosse, wis V ... 2 6
Goshen Jim, b g, Albert Gluck, Min
-:i neapolis ...•...,. "'43
Tags, b m, R. E. Slater,' 'Minne- : 7
apolis . 6 4
Dick Turpln. br g, w. G. Carting,.
Minneapolis - 55
Time. 2:11%, 2:12% '""".'■ *&.£-■"■
Third race, 2:30 trotting Derby, two
mile dash. Purse, $1,500 y "» ■*■•■■,<--■
Artois, b m, Dr. G. W. Fisher, La
Porte City, lowa ...........v...... l
Black Lady, blk m, J. D. McArdle,
? Minneapolis ....: 2
Hambert, b h, S. S. Johnston,' Minne
'■ apolis ............ .........'. 3
Rhea W, bm,W. G. Carii'ng.' St. Paul. 4
Random, b g, L. F. Phelps, Long •
Prairie, Minn. 5
Special Race— for $200. Half-mile
Lotta C, Fred Schroeder, St. Paul.. 11
Don Juan. James F. Paisley, St. Paul.2 2
■■■: The horse show programme for today
includes many interesting features among
which are the exhibition of the «rig, horses
heavy harness pairs, four-in-hands, uni
corns, roadsters, ladies' riding . horses,
brougham pairs. There will also be high
WELCOMED TO CITY
Reception Given to Columbian Summer
School Guests—Sessions Begin
i_ A reception was given at the state
capitol last night by the St. Paul
Catholics to the visitors present in the
city to attend the Eighth annual ses
sion of the Columbian Catholic Sum
mer schools, which begins a session of
three weeks at the state capitol this
morning at :30 o'clock. | A number
of noted men from all parts of the
United States were present. Freder
ick W. Foote, general chairman of
the local committee, presided, and in
troduced Gov. Van Sant, who made
an address of welcome on behalf of
the state. Gov. "Van Sant assured
those present that everything possible
to make their stay in St. Paul a happy ■
one would be done. Mayor Smith was
next introduced and welcomed the vis
itors on behalf of St. Paul. H. A.
feoardman also welcomed them on be
half of the Commercial club. : Arch
bishop Ireland jj delivered a brief ad
dress of welcome on behalf f. of the
Catholic church. He spoke briefly on
the importance of intellectual work in
the church, and during his address
said: "The church that does not ad
vance intellectually is doomed." : Con
tinuing, the archbishop spoke of the
early Catholic history of this part of
the country and stated that at Fronte
nac, in this state, Catholic mission
aries had erected a cross earlier than
any other place north of New Orleans.
Archbishop Ireland also said that the
name of St. Anthony, given to St. An
thony Falls by Father Hennepin, was
for generations the only name in this
part of the world known to Europeans.
The Catholics, therefore, ; continued
Archbishop Ireland, coming to St.
Paul from other states, would find
themselves on classic ground. v>
, Rev. Patrick Danehy. of Minneapolis,
president of the school, responded on
behalf of the school, and after the
programme a reception was given,
which was in charge of the local re
ception committee, of which T. D.
O'Brien is chairman. The Metropoli
tan orchestra played several selections
during the reception. • -
At 9:30 this morning Rev. T. E.
Shields, Ph. D., of St. Paul, will give
the first of a series of three lectures
on mental development. His lecture
this morning will be on "Physical
Heredity." This evening at 8 o'clock,
at the capitol, the renowned lecturer,
Henry Austin Adams, LL D., of New
York city, will give the first of a series
of lectures. ,: •
An excursion to Wildwood and White
Bear lake will be given on Saturday.
MAYOR SMITH BELIEVES
CITY IS TOO GEJIEROUS
Opposed to Giving Away Privileges to
Mayor Smith is" opposed to the liberal
manner in which • the city council hands
out street privileges to the Twin City
Telephone company. Scores of the orders
are brought to him to sign and he
threatens to call a halt by refusing his
Thi3 company, he says, pays the city
nothing for these privileges, and he thinks
it is about time that some return was de
Suit to Compel Sale.
Benjamin Longley has commenced a
suit against Mary J. and S. C. Johnson,
to compel them to sell him real estate
as per an earnest money contract. The
complaint recites that he paid the John
sons $100. as earnest money on lot 8,
block 24, Summit Park addition, and that
he agreed to pay them $2,200 on receipt
of the deed, and' further to assume a
mortgage of $1,500, making the total
price paid $3,800, but that the defendants
refused to turn over the deed. -.
Dr. Dick says: If you -have been out
and want to get in, take a Red Raven Split
clears j the head and cools 1 the I blood.
Church Takes Vacation.
The New Jerusalem (or Swedenborgian)
church will be closed for vacation until
Unity Outing Club Association to Lake
City, July 13, 1902.
Only one dollar ($1.00) for- the-round
trip via Chicago Great Western Railway
and the steamer: J. J. Hill and barge,
Train leavs St. Paul 8:30 a. m. Boat
leaves Red Wing 11 a. m. Returning,
Train leaves St. Paul 8:30- a. m. Boat
sota National Guard is encamped at Lake
City. For further information inquire
of J. N. Storr. City Ticket Agent,. cor.
Fifth and Robert streets, SL Paul, Minn.
Nickel Plate Excursion*. -
,f£o Portland, Me., July sth to 9th, inclu
sive. .- ■ ■ .-; •-
To Providence, R. 1., July 7th to 9th, in
.One fare for round trip. -
By depositing tickets with agent ter
minal line, an. extension can be obtained
until Aug. 15th returning. Write John Y.
Calahan, General Agent,''- HI Adams St.,
Chicago, for particulars. .i.,,..,
To the Wonderful Kootenay. Lakes and
Mountains, $40.00 : - 7.77
For the round trip via ■ the ' Soo-Paclflc
the most picturesoue scenery in all the
world, -a -place to rest. Get particulars
and booklets at the ticket office, 379 Rob
! Hie largest selling
brands of Cigars in the world!
One Band from "FLORO DORA"Cigars or Two Bands from
are of same value as one Tag from "STAR" "HORSE SHOE"
"STANDARD NAVY"or D.T." Tobacco, "J
Visit Banff, the Beautiful
Via the Soo-Pacific line, Hot Springs,
Lakes in the Clouds and the grandest
mountain scenery on the continent; $50.00
for the round trip, including all expenses
enroute. Get particulars at ticket office.
379 Robert street.
Low Rates to Atlantic Coast Points.
July 5 to 9, inclusive, the Nickel Plate
Road will sell tickets to Portland, Me.,
and return, at one fare for the round
trip. It will be to your interest to ob_Mn
rates via that road before purchasing
elsewhere. Three dally trains. Write
John Y. Calahan, General Agent, 111 Ad
ams St., Chicago.
Soo Line Vacation Tips.
Personally conducted tours via rail and
lake including expenses en route to
Detroit, Mich., and return $40.00
Toledo, Ohio, and return 55.00
Boston, Mass., and return 65.00
gay View, Mich., and return 40.00
Boston, Mass., and return ........ 99.00
Niagara Falls, N. V., and return.... 55.00
Get particulars and itineraries at the
ticket office, 279 Robert streec
Low Rate Eastern Excursions.
On July 5 to 9, Inclusive, the Nickel
Plate Road will sell tickets at one fare
for round trip to Portland, Me., and re
turn, with final return limit August 15th.
Particulars at City Ticket Office, 111
.Adams St., Chicago.
Homcseekers' Tickets to the West.
.Homeseekers can buy excursion tickets
via tho Great Northern railway"to points
in Manitoba, Montana, Washington and
the West, at about one fare lor the round
trip, on Mrst and third Tuesdays of July.
August. September and October.
Tickets and information from all rail
way ticket agents, or F. I. Whitnev o
P. & T. A., St. Paul.
The Best N. E. A. Side Trips
Are the Soo Line personally conducted
tours via rail and lake, including all ex
penses enroute to
Detroit, Mich., and return $40.00
Toledo, Ohio, and return ....... 55 .00
Boston, Mass., and return 65.00
Bay View, Mich., and return 40 00
Boston, Mass., and return.....^.... 99 00
Niagara Falls, N. V., and return 55.00
Get particulars and itineraries at ticket
office, 379 Robert street.
r Real Estate Transfers.
Oscar Atwood et al. to Emma L.
Gerrety. It 7, blk 1, Bryant's Add.51,125
Wallace D. Dexter et al. to John E.
Bedding, It 28, blk. 15, Summit
John E. Redding" and wife to' '.
• Gratha B. Hoyt, It 28, blk 15,
,--.- Summit Park .. -;."... 2 500
E. T. Slay ton and wife to L. G. '
Washington, It 2, blk 3, Como
Heights Add ..:..: . i
Emelyn G. Bixby to Kate B. Smith.
It 8, 9, 10, 11, blk 3, Hyde Park 700
John Covell and wife to Joseph ■ ■•■■■
Woodnaugh and wife, 72-100
acres sec. 12, t. 30, r. -22 ........ 100
Minn. Saving Fund & Investment
Co. to F. C. Barrow, It 5, blk 8,
west end add Minneapolis stock
yards ........ .... ..:......... i
F. C. Barrows to Jordan Studener.
• It 1 to 30 inc., blk 8, west end add
•Minneapolis stock yards ...... 600
Minn. Saving Fund & Investment
Co. to F. C. Barrows, It 9, blk 3,
South Park Add. Minneapolis
stock yards ........'. .....'- 1
F. C. Barrows to M. Skibensky, It
9, blk 3, South Park to Minne- -•■■"■■
apolis stock yards ....". .. 250
J. C. Richardson, trustee, to Geo. >■••
W. Wheeler, It 12 and 14, blk 19,
Its 6, 7, 8, 9, blk 20, all in Anna ,
E. Ramsey's Add .v............ ■-..■ l
J. C. Richardson, trustee, to Peo
ple's Trust Co., It 2, 3, 12. 13, blk
21, and Its 16, 17, blk 20, Anna -
. E. Ramsey's Add .............. l
R. M. Newport and wife to Peo
;, ple's Trust Co., same property.. 1
A. Dupr^y and wife to Louis St.
.Severe, 1 acre in nw^i sec. 14,
t. 80, r. 22 350
Anderson, It 4, blk 66, Arlington
Hills Add ...:.................. 620
W. C. Road to Mark Blacik. It 14.
HA ML IIV EC STATES FAIR GROUNDS.
= —AND== =
9 EXHIBITION GLASSES DAILY.
General Admission, 50 Cents. Boxes, 50 Cents to $2.00
- — CARRIAGES FREE— '■
blk 3, Humphrey's Add 470
Wm. Constans and wife to Jos. B.
Robbins, It 16, blk 17, Woodland
Park Add 6,000
Jos. B. Robbins and wife to Wm.
Constans. It 11 and part of It 10,
blk 52, Rice & Irwin's Add 5.500
■ «_ ;
;*- Building Permits.
City of St. Paul—One-story frame
school building, north side of Cen
tral ay. between Wabasha and
Karl WesselTwo-story frame
dwelling, west side of Como bou
levard, between Horton and Como
Total ........' $5,000
HUGHES— St. Paul, July 6, 1902. R.
W. Hughes, aged 72 years. Funeral from
the late residence, 202 Genesee street,
Wednesday. 2:30 p. m. Services at Ack
er Street Congregational church at 3
p. m. .
PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States, District of Minnesota, Third Di
In the Matter of William J. Hogrefe,
Bankrupt, In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF FIRST
To the creditors of William J. Hogrefe,
of Saint Paul, in the County of Ram
sey, and in said District, bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the 7th
day of July, A. D. 1902, said William
J. Hogrefe was duly adjudged bank
rupt and that the first meeting of cred
itors will be held in Room 411, Germania
Life Bldg.. St. Paul, Minn., on the 21st
day of July, A. D. 1902, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time and place
said creditors may attend, prove their
claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before said
Dated St. Paul. Minn., this Sth day of
July, A. D. 1902.
MICHAEL DORAN JR..
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Samuel A. Anderson, Attorney for
Bankrupt, St. Paul, Minn.
PROCEEDINGS IN BANKRUPTCY.
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
States, District of Minnesota, Third Di
In the Matter of Thomas Flynn, Bank
rupt, In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF FIRST
To the creditors of Thomas Flynn, of
Saint Paul, in the County of Ramsey,
and in said district, bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd
day of July, A. D. 1902, said Thomas
Flynn was duly adjudged bankrupt, and
' that the first meeting of creditors will
be held in Room 411, Germania Life
Bldg., St. Paul, Minn., on the 21st day
of July, A. D. 1902, at ten (10) o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time and
place said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trusteee. exam
ine the bankrupt and transact such
other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
Dated St. Paul. Minn., this Sth day
of July, A. D. 1902.
MICHAEL DOR AN JR.,
'. - Referee in Bankruptcy.
William T. GoNdard. Attorney for
Bankrupt. St. Paul, Minn., Nat. aer.-
Am. Bank Bldg.
Frank E. Burrett, Georgia P. Gendes.
Peter E. Palmquist, Anna S. Cullen.
John P. Sjoleny, Emma C. Hart.
¥/ ' 9- J?', Anderson. ISD E. 7th st., boy.
Mrs. S. Priser, 896 Rice St., boy.
Mrs. Peter Kelly, 975 Ravine St., boy.
Mrs. Jerry Dufresne, 866 Ravine st., 'boy.
Mrs. J. Griesgraber. 605 Thomas St.. boy.
Mrs. A loin Kipels, 90S Lafond st.. boy. '
Mrs. W. Meya. 304 Colborne St., twin girls.
Mrs. J. R. Selard. 427 E. 7th St., girl.
Mrs. H. J. Murray, 530 Laurel ay., girl.
Mrs. August Krenn. 751 Blair St., girl.
Mrs. A. A. Lukes, "7lß Canton St., girl.
Leah Anna Mann, 728 Wells, st., 69 yrs.,
Frank Stumph, 253 Front st., 42 yrs "
J. D. Kimley. St. Joseph's hospital. 28
yrs.. July 3.
John Law, Merriam Park, 50 yrs., July 5
Baby Lukes, 71S Canton st., 2 days, July 7.
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