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THE GLOBE'S ?§Mp
PAYING WANTS|
There is Nothing so Easy
In the world as f to. increase your 'business if by proper •■ advertising..'-.. f .eAnd \
such advertising is not expensive when you.use r '-* 7. 7- :■-'•'..
~ "',.*•' .._ - - _ --. : :- : ,-.f ; *
The Globe's Paying Wants
If you "want to BUY OR SELL ANYTHING you can accomplish your ob
ject through these, Inexpensive little" ads. Next time you advertise, remember
The Globe's ; Paying Wants
.*- 20 WORDS 20 CEINTS==-=
.LEAVE WITH ANY DRUGGIST OR 'PHONE 1065, EITHER > LINE
7
A Few of the Branch Off fees Where Are Received for
i "The Globe's Paying Wants"
77CONGER BROS., Druggists, Selby aye
• * nue, corner St.- Albans; -499- ; Selby
! avenue and 349 University avenue. -
• CAMPBELL BROS.. Druggists. Selby and
-"•- Victoria. ■
' S. H. REEVES. Druggist. Seven Corners.
L. J. ABERWALD, Druggist, corner Rice
- and Iglehart.
STRAIGHT BROS., Druggists. Rondo
- -and Grotto streets.
-7BEVER.WESTBY. Druggist, Maria aye
-•--■ nue and East Third street.
J .W. A. FROST & CO.. Druggists. Selby
— and Western avenues.
I RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists. .Selby and
yy . Western avenues. "■.
7 A. J. SCHUMACHER. Druggist, 499 West
: ■_ ■ Seventh street. • :V-
J. .W. NELSON. Druggist, Dale and Uni
versity. - - , - . -
C. T. HELLER. Druggist. Willard. St. Pe
!■ __ ter and Tenth streets. r * *
C. F. RUTHERFORD. Druggist, St. Peter
' "-.--- and "Fourth streets.*; "* --." ■-" --**".'* "■•-*
J. "P. JELINEK & CO.. Druggists, 561
}.C 7' -West Seventh street. r. . .--
V J. P. JELINEK & CO.. ; Druggists. West
''-■-Lzy-z'- Seventh and Sherman streets.
,W. K. COLLIER. Druggists East Seventh
] 7*-<?«;•' street, corner. Sibley. . "- .r■-* - -
A. A. CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and
1 Rondo streets. - .-•-•-• -;
;z H. L*. McCOLL. Druggist. 483 Broadway,
j DRIES PHARMACY.- comer Ninth-and
St. Peter streets. '^••
< GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 973
East Seventh street. '
H. W. DTOKMAN. - Drugelst, 830 7 East
j ; "■•■- Seventh: corner- Beech. .-'-."-:
A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist. Prior and St.
'•'-•- .f. "..;,•" ~'~DlED__X^y\yZ:Zy
MAHONEY— St. : Paul, "at St. -Joseph's"
hospital. Sunday.: July .3.- at 11:35 p.
, m.. .P. W. Mahoney.- aged thirty-nine
- years. Funeral from late residence,-Nor
-: 345 East Ninth street.-Wednesday.-July
.6. at 8:30. Service at St. Mary's "church
•■ at 9. o'clock. ■■-..- -.
WATERS— St. Paul, at late:residence.*
...305; St. Anthony avenue. Sunday. July
•-3." at 7:55 p. m.. Mrs. Mary A. Waters.':
v aged sixty-eight'years. wife of the late'
. John .Waters. Funeral from -, residence
. Wednesday, at 8:30 a. m;; Services at
■.- St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock.,7 Wate
r, town and Rossville (Wis.) papers please
copy. ;».-- - - . '- ■-■■ -■ -
CONLEY— Paul, at late; residence,
, 115 Cayuga, street,* Monday, July.. 4,
! at 6 p.- m., Andrew, Conley,^aged-fifty
»;".,. one. years. Notice of .funeral; hereafter.
'."■'■■• ■-'.- '".'.•-•^'- -***'.■ ■-.'■■ --:*•.■••v .■■"''■_'-'
ANNOUNCEMENTS
WOODMEN TAKE NOTICE—SPECIAL
„ym eeting of Dayton's-Bluff Camp No. 20,:
W. O. W.i will be held Tuesday evening.
j July. 5. at I.- O. O. F. hall, corner East
j Seventh and Reaney streets, at 8 o'clock,*
\. to arrange for.'.funeral" of Sow.p*- wf
• 7 Mahoney. ; Charles-: Hauser, - C. P.; IF.'
, ,-Holler,*,clerk.. -"- - * . -. ." -.--
CARPET CLEANING
Rug Manufacturers Sf
UP-TO-DATE UPHOLSTERING,- MAT
; tress - > renovating,'; 7 carpet -. cleaning.
Schroeder & : Dickinson, 16 East ■ Sixth
- z st,. both phones. :. :--;-*
WANTED TO RENT
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PLACE
' to live, just watch , The Globe's 7"To
-.-- Rent" column,- and you will -be sure; to
•. find what you want If it's to be had.
OYSTER BAY BLAZES
President Sees Fireworks and
7 Serves Notice on Politicians
7 OYSTER; BAY.: N. V., July 7 The
,'.-; president and ' his family today, had7an
7 enjoyable- outing. .7- President and :._?. Mrs.f
3 Roosevelt • this . evening entertained7a*
77 hundred of their; friends at a f fireworks
""7; party given in 7 honor "_ of ; the Roosevelt
r children.; The display:was directed by an
expert from New.- York and was even more
' elaborate than j that of .; last J year.7; At - its
. 7 conclusion ; . refreshments .- were 7 served:
7 Music and an informal hop for the chil
_ dren concluded -the festivities.- . 77- -
The president today, received word from
7 _Benator "Fairbanks,*- of Indiana, that he
Would attend the celebration of the fif-
T • tieth : anhiveisary of -the 'formation of the
MEN COME TO ME
9 AND . AVOID >■■ DANGEROUS OR ft
g UNCERTAIN TREATMENT @i
2 Weak Men ih••n'sh'Klosses'-un'7-f;. •' '"'T^r';^.^" f ZZ'*""' 1 ©
jg£ VVCdK. .IVien . fating them-for work, -- - >^|9j^^tSSßak.-' ■ -W? :
J efu-fc.^-business, study, or. marriage, resulting* in -^j^Ws££xsis_S_§S&k - Jaßk
■Vi lost manhood, are. consulting the -Master'- '^^SS^^y^ffgPt^' -77 fifth
aPriV^l*#» DISEASES OF MEN. Gleet. _OT ' "^*W^S^Ll *^
Z'jßt% Prostate Gland, and all" Skin and .Blood \ --l^mB: 1
«*»k Diseases quickly cured. Rupture .cured 1 17j.^^f^fiBVr*7%!£o^BH? 7-BIK'
'C* Blood Poisbh^l'^'*!*'' a»'6ores; »**-*•■ l^M Jg
jJML mouth and. throat soon disappear/. and | f-fLv XJSU-dti&W r^wr
- S*- your Syphilis cured in less time than at * \f )l i^;;*vim-,W-^ fj^
-fWj ,the Hot"- Springs, and at*.; much • less * ex- X Xyyi^Sbß^m^mg^Xj^z'r' fJSV
"J^T-Varicocele Enlar^ed •veins -in they Z. :^^^^^^m^A^§y *_mA
'"J^-, knotty,"feeling like a bundle of earthworms. ' - _W&§£BfK%4E&___' €$&:.
Tfi^ have, ever-taken treatment and 'failed to mm-T§&m\ r^—_w^^^—___\Wa f"*&
*rtk^ get:cured.^youMnex-er^took treatment. at jSJ^BgM^: 'i_W>~
;:H>:the. HEIDELBERG .-MEDICAL'-INSTi'-: " :--^- li -.-.* r - ?JB&i
7'BU'v'fUTEr CORNER: FIFTH; AND-ROBERT" -i;v- Maeter, Specialists:-**-^ I' _ mr i\
; fiST;; Diseases PAUL,: cured. Rupture cured I v""*-' '-^^---■-7- >~^ :■-- w-----| SSL
cS" Blood Poisonon^"'^' all sores f-W Ja*JM[ SL
'zmL mouth and throat soon disappear.' and I L_k J%fl~A-mW t-t*
s^* your Syphilis cuted in less time than at VjKwmSl hS
,CJ the Hot Springs, and at much less ex- fe*Tßm'pif'MKv Jv ****
u% Varicocele Enlar&ed vein? Jn the jm?
Jgjt knotty, feeling like a bundle of earthworms t^Tl
Fw manhood wrecker Remember, if you jfaElfrr mmmWatFmtmWl- *&*
Ok have ever taken treatment and failed to .^mW^^Z^m ttk
w^ get cured, you never took treatment at VS^B^H^-SPlfl Kff'
b» the HEIDELBERG MEDICAL INSTI- M . «, . , JHfc
BL TCTE. CORNER FIFTH AND ROBERT Wlaeter Speclalst mKr .
SjST STS., ST. PAUL.. MINN. I I V»
.ftj^ Railroad fare deducted for out-of-town patients coming to the city fjfo
S|wßiTE wh v-| HFinFI RFRfi MEO,CAL §
m ymyXtXA .■.v^n:tl«EL'DE-nOS"INSminE*-'Mv
■?JE^* "Jnj-.the-co unt ry ■ ~-z '.--■--* -^;...^\ — -—>,-.-• «---■■- ;. --.■_.--.?■-. -'-'^-'''-fTk"
M (SSSffitif^S Cor' sth and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn.
'<d^i tvlce';free.-^*A7: 7- ly .-'.'_ The -Largest^^Medical^'ln^titute-f-inithe^^fV^^
'i»L' b Many i CMh can * " ■'"ZxVZ'Z. y'-';:-y:zy Northwest.7 ._ ■■..yyzz-y-y-;"zZy^Sz
"PST-' :treatmsnt. by home 77•.a- '- m. 'to?8-p.7m;7Evenings" fSundays7-"?;f7SSSi
treatment. • a- m. to 8 p. m. Evenings. Sundays i^.
■ffijf.;'. ——I ; ;_7 7" and Holidays Ba.m.tol p. m. * -.* • ■■^"■i'Ejf '
""---.-v.-"•-.--. ■-':-■■• -."-.. -. ""-. .. . ;:--*.*---' z—;.--■::-. zy yr:\~-j?.xz_ -.-v: .:.-<*.-- --^T^.e.i-.wKw.lSs
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS |
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P. fH. MIDDENTS. Druggist, 7472 f Waba
■ ■■' sha. --"■'-—.... r- :■•■■ -.■-. - -: -y- v .-'^r ..-..'..'■
JOHN • BODIN &7; CO., Druggists. 881
* 7. Payne avenue. „-'"-* ■'*-'- --: ->.'- -'•'-•
B. A. TREAT. • Newsdealer, 442 Broad
• ■- way. --".: "■"...•-?,?'"":: . . ••-' zvy-: .*. ':*»."■ ':'-
M. S. COURTNEY, Newsdealer, 478 Wa
'-" basha. '7-' ■ -.'■*.. „-"■«- -. -'.:*•_ ~*'~,~-'~" .z. 1; .*'" ■'',"'".
W. E. LOWE." Prescription Pharmacist,
corner Twelfth ** and' Robert ? streets.
J. A. BATTOM,< Druggist. 509 : Jackson
. street. , -..••; -.-.-"■"-. ---a. '
A. H. z SONNEN. Druggist, 574 4 Rice. 7 7
L.-H. LUEDERS. Pharmacist. 879 Rice. 77
SUMMIT: PHARMACY, 284 " Rice, corner
:^"^: Summit. .-„ 7-;-.--"-"■"-"•"-■:
WALTER , NELSON.- Druggist,' 896 Rice
- street. ■''-—■ ■."■*>■.-^r^-. • ..',:- -..-.-'.-■
WALTER NELSON, - Druggist.'- 1946 Uni
versity avenue. ■■', -.-.*■--■ ■ -.: yzyy-^---'-'■"-.
CAPITOL DRUG CO;. Druggists. 7 Uni
versity avenue and Rice: street. .7
DR. MARKS. Pharmacy." 118! S. Wabasha,
HALL & KRAFT, Druggists, 428 *S. ; Wav
~'*77'"* ■*-* hflsllft **.*'■ ~ ""*. ■ ("*■*-'' -y, yy.'' r'. _■"'■""* -— yy '. ~'• —■
HANS MADSON. Drus-eist. 156 : Concord.
, ECLIPSE DRUG i STORE. 113 -S. Robert.
G. A. WOLFRUM. Druggist. 572 Kent.
D. C. KISSEL. Druggist. 561 ; Thomas. 71';
'Anthony avenues.*--> yi"y •-.-.- 77-
F. A. * HOLCOMB, Druggist, ~> 964 7 Payne
- avenue. ~z_ y-^x.z^^. ".--.*'—/■>*-".— ?• ■-'-
CENTRA PHARMACY. Tenth and Wa
- '■'- ' basha. ■■ - .--. zy^'-z.-: ;■.:. *•:.-. *s-:-^i**'.-
EDMUND J.. FUCHS. Druggist, 798 East
. * --'Seventh: , - - '-".'■' --.:.:-v^. -'-.-.•.-.-- ■-^".'..'.
E. E. KEIPER.'. Druggist."[4so South. Rob
: „ ~ ert. '■Z-'-y..:-zy- J,:''~rzy.^-y .-.;—:--■
G. F. . UMLAND, - Druggist.- 441 University
yyyavermeyyy Zyy yyy ..-•-.-::..-. -„-•. -..
FOR RENT— Flats
FOR RENT—FURNISHED 77, FLAT; 7 8
>**■ rooms: J possessions. at ~y. once; ■' $65- per
a month;-* Flat 10. Waldorf, corner.- Sum
:■ mit and St. Albans. Inquire janitor,
INSTRUCTION
MRS. :ST,JOHN-BRENONSfWILL GIVE
..":. lessons .in. St. Paul twice weekly in the
' Art of I Speech. Voice -*- Building. Elocu- !
-• tion and Reading. Defects^of ** speech
speedily Li corrected. Address Mrs. St.
~ John-Brenon,v*,iprincipal r?" of * 7 Lyceum
-." School pf 'Dramatic Art. r Minneapolis. -"
--7 ;'f" y MASSAGE : f,f77 "z
MRS. DR. SCIENTIFIC MAo
sage and .baths; all kinds. 27 East Sc-y
--7*enthst7r Suite 200."-.'- yjy^ .yy^y. ■. -.■-.-"
TAKE SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE TREAT
nicnts at Mrs. Wagner, 43^ 'East- Third
■"*-'* corner Cedar. ■-■7-.7-*>-/M~--e:7'> <-7.77-• :>,7
MISS .;. T. :- OLSTAD, TRAINED r. MAS
seuse; baking process; massage I'ncalp.
7- treatment; open Sundays. 309 Phoenix
;. bldg.. N. W. phone. Main ; 742 .L .1. . ;■..-
-- 'f-..".:•" PATENT ATTORNEYS X.
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES
F. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant)"
" ; patent attorneys i.* and-',solicitors.',- Main
.' : office, y 929-935 Guaranty.-- Loan Bldg..',
-.*-' Minneapolis. Minn.; branch. Room > 52,
McGill Bldg,. Washington. D. C. .r-:.7-:.-7
PATENTS PROMPTLY OBTAINED.
bouglit. sold, manufactured; Est. .25
*■.-•• yrs; unexcelled reputation; ~< inventors'
book free. Am. Patent Market. St. Paul. --.*
7 BUSINESS CHANCES
I KNOW WHERE THERE IS A LARGE
:•<• fund J awaiting investment it in S£ stocks,
y bonds and mortgages; if you have some
-3* thing .\ good • see .- me a right r? away; - ; no
ry. charge unless <. I.- succeed -in '■'■ making . a"
-.sale- Address Z 184; Globe. ;,.
Republican party to be held '.'Under the
fOaks'.' at Jackson, Mich., next Wednes
day. '7 Senator Fairbanks will deliver an
address^ on that I occasion, f* as also 7 will
. Secretary of State Hay. 7 Senator f Fair-:
banks will visit President Roosevelt prob
ably the latter part ~~'ot_ the ::" week. 7 Secre
tary Loeb - 'rsued f the following official
statement tonight: 7 •" *
The arrangements-in effect*; at Oyster
: Bay this summer during the /president's
stay will be the, same as those made for
President ? McKinley,^ at- Canton •; in - 1900<;
Nondelegation or excursion-party: will be
admitted to .. the 7 grounds »; of Sagamore
Hill' and ;anyone having public business of
importance-.must first: secure*an appoint
ment 7 through ■■• the a president's 7 secretary.-
AH s persons j wishing; ; to * see i the c president
on matters; affecting the- campaign & will
be referred to :ChairmanICortelyou.^as will
all; communications on that subject. -_. T The
: regular business *. of the administration
will be carried on the same. in Oyster Bay
as if the president were in Washington.- 7:
Fln land Has New Governor
fi? ST. PETERSBURG, July <4.—The- em
peror has decided to appoint' Prince .John".
:Obolensky T ,to *" succeeds Gen.^-Bobrikoff. as
governor general! of Finland. .- Prince Obo-
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1904
I THE GLOBE'S
i PAYING WANTS
M:>r."r-*-— ■->■' h ;-y-JT.frr::_r~ •■, ■■ - :,— ■ . •_•!■■__■■ .:■"-_ '
Xy S HELR WANTED-Male
A PLEASANT SMILE. CIGARS AND
:'■-' music at fßennie's,-* Fifth and Wabasha.
WANTED—MEN OUT OF EMPLOY
-:-„ ment*. in St. Paul, and vicinity to read
V'ff" this e> page j every day for i the j profitable
situations that r. are : offered.'s7rt^J^^ya
SITUATION WANTED-Male
STRONG YOUNG MAN OF 25 WOULD
like work on farm or ' milk dairy; ten
js*. years' experience 7 good milker I and un
•.-. derstands s- care lof 5. horses. Address J.
7^ F. L.. : 402 Kentucky st., city. 77 7 . ""■-"
A YOUNG MAN OF 23 DESIRES Posi
ffi tion; *, four - years' experience '. in | grocery J
business and two ; years lin \ general store. !
Address B. Bolan. 566 i St. Peter st.
COMPOSITOR; COUNTRY NEWSPA
<y- per preferred; -I age:, 36. Address "Z " 118, :
St. Paul 'Glober7-x7 777-:7'*:y;^>'-''-:: ;
MASON: IS LOOKING FOR WORK AT
i. brick, ;7 stone ?. or plastering w work. o i"J.*
- Austin, general; delivery: 7 city. : e^i: * -
CHIEF COOK WOULD LIKE GOOD Po
ag sition lin ; country^- hotel; | have long lex;
>' perience in good - hotels; i sober.- and * can
":_■ furnish • best - of s references. McGlone,
7-127: East"Eleventh* st. -7::>^ -7- ?.?:::'~y_
A MAN WITH GOOD REFERENCES
3 wants E position^* as watchman. Address :
: W. : H.. , 966 ; Margaret j st„ cltyyiyyzyyyZ.
WANTED—ANY KIND OF WORK BY.
|9 young i man • twenty-three. years • old. Ad
i.'dress John Henriey, 970 .University!av.-7
COACHMAN—YOUNG 7 MAN 7« WANTS
:.> position as j: coachman-:' or > janitor; -used
y t0., ; horses;'; understands 7 care 7of .*"* lawn,
,: furnace,'^etc.;^good*:references!**- Address
7 139 East Tenth tyyzy >',",-::-;.7 yyyyyzZ;■
A YOUNG, STRONG MAN, SCANDINA
fvian,"- wants wo.-k as! coachman; can take
7- care :of horses. Address 1595?Jenks; St.,
city; I Magnus "< Solar. -*-^^ '.-.. "--■ •'
A YOUNG, STRONG 'MAN-WANTS- A
y. place in private family; used? to horses.
■: : 595'Jenks st.,: third floor. '- "*--:• -. -: v-y; ->7
WANTED—JOB AS PORTER BY..YOUNG
* v man. 292.East Cook:st.'yV;*-7 --—--.--;^-7^;?
WANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN, A Po
*y sition ;-: as _. shipping 7 clerk; £ has * several
. ; years'' experience; can • give I good ". refer
:^ences:x.J.,B.'-S..?2ss'Ront!o;st.-'"''--e-"-^---:7---'-*:
- YOU NG 7 AN 7; OF TWENTY WOULD
7"'like a job as coachman or work of some :
m kind -.Address F. S.. 221 f Earl st,. city.
DRIVER—COMPETENT, WANTS Po
."■— sition : in \K family Jor elsewhere;" yA. 8.,
■-222 East Seventh^st.-* y..i.y~'-^--:'-: "-.77"-*"."
A JOB AS DRIVER BY A
ifi married man; . can gi\e references. - Frank
Bose, 232 East Fairfield ,av.:*;city.^'.r ~-y
GERM AN CARPENTER 7 AND -i- FUR
niture man wishes work in '< country
:*7town, v Address Mr. Jerlitz, 30 Thomp
-"' son.' ;/.:~yyy.Z'- yr? :- z:y- z.- .-..* ■•; yyyy^yi
SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD CUT-
I;-ter' and coatmaker; \\ single man; good
-~ references; * country town preferred. Ad
-7 dress IL. T. P. Case,*'- Royal hotel, St.
Paul. 7- -z:)y ■--".-.'-■:"" ■'-:•■ zr... ■yyy"~zz\; '■ . :.-■=:- y zz_
BOY OF rl6 YEARS WOULD LIKE
.'work of -any ; kind; s.write or/.apply Geo.
-■:" Nielsen. 533 University av.;7c!ty. -.- y.' y '■■■
YOUNG, STRONG MAN WANTS A
.- place in private* family; • careful Vdriver; _
y- can • milk; good '■ references. Please, call
William Nielsen. 944 i" Payne s ay.. 1 city.': h
YOUNG r MAN, STENOGRAPHER, DE
.*;sires a position;-salary very reasonable;
- - good :-t education: -i. good references; "no I
;7-i objections? to going out of town. 7 Ad
■ - dress L.. 19 * East Ninth st.7:- city.." -
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
IF YOU WANT TO •£ SELL YOUR
horses, bring them in ■to Barrett & Zim
• .7 merman's - horse ' auction, " Midway, 7. St.
Paul. -:■.-::'-.:■■-.■': ■■-■::■- -'.-■ - ■.'•-•;-.-• =->';7-- '
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN
- stallment z> plan.*!' Hard --*■ Times 7 Harness i
-7 Factory. 544 * Rice st.- -" -*. v.7V7, i. y>. -'-;-, v -
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED. TO BUY—LARGE BOOK
-7 atlas v of ;,St*.."Paul for real estate -■ office."
Kertson. 367 Prior ay,. Merriam; Pa rk;.^'
WANTED, TO BUY—ROLL TOP OF
77fleet desk, in I good" conditioner. Address; Z
.7181. -Globe". *.:^-*^;-'':^ r.zz-.^i-ry.yy
■77 yy DRESSMAKING ZyZyryXX
MRS. C. L. : BARRY, .56 , MANNHEIMER
Eg block, will jg do- first-class | work" at re
:-- duced j prices during the month of July,
77.77* SEWING MACHINES : f
500 SINGERS, WHITES, DOMESTIC
B-'"■: and . Wheeler * & Wilson at $8.75.."Dr0p
heads at;•* $13.50; 7 free trial. 7 99 .Weal
.7: Seventh st.'.;-..■:--7.7:77 77 , -'" >l'--7 .-"*V-y*"
X.yXy' ;.; - y LOST /■ ; " ZZy
PASSBOOK LOST—JUNE 27,71904/ PASS - ■
VZi book '■■- No. i 16995 Xof *■ The **. State.s Savings'.
bank. Finder is requested to leave same
at the bank; if book is "not-:presented'
—within I four weeks lit will *: be I canceled.
f C. G. , Lawrence, Treasurer. - -" ■ *
lensky - formerly was • governor of Kherson
and 1 later of Kharkoff. At present :he
is a lieutenant general on* the naval-staff. ;
"While '- governor of v Kharkoff 7 two-;{years.
ago ■an attempt was made . to ; assassinate
the prince.; * 7 y:y '■'-.: ■-'X-z.-ZZh": -.7 ;:"
British Statesmen Will Visit Us
-; LONDON, July 4. —Eighty members
of the 7 house 7of ; commons have 7 an
nounced their f intention of ; joining"' the
f parliamentary 7 party which- will visit
the St. r. Louis'; exposition 7in : 1 the aii-7
r tumn. ■It is expected f that- others will
also go. * = "7^ f l*- 7 i
Baron;' Can't"Stand the :";Racket
m BERLIN, July 4.—The Daskeleine *
Journal _ says Baron yon Mirbach, court
marshal to the empress, is about to
resign, owing to ill health due to worry
over 7 the *"r attacks made z, upon him by l
the press in connection with the recent
trial- of \ the Pomeranian bank directors.
- . Liverpool Grain ■■zz"~zz Xt^Xy
LIVERPOOL' - 7 July Wheat—Spot
.nominal; futures quiet; July, 6s 4%d;*' Sep
tember. - 65,5 %d; * December, nominal. 7; Corn"
. —Spot r American * mixed '•: new, steady, -*■ 4s,
;sd;;spot?American: mixed " old, easy,'-4s; 6d*,*
futures;": quiet; .'July, 4s * 4"^d; - September;
--4s 2%d. , ■*-..;-.yz-y - ,-.-■• -.„. .. ...
RAILROAD NOTICES
First and Third Tuesday of Each-Month
I The : Chicago - Great Western Railway will
.sell Homeseekers' tickets (at ' one i fare plus
152.0Q to . points in Alabama. Arkansas, Col
orado, ? Florida, Georgia.*^; Kansas. Ken
tucky, Louisiar?, Mexico, Mississippi.
: Missouri. i Nebraska. ; New | Mexico. North
Carolina, Oklahoma. Tennessee. Texas,
Utah, Virginia" and i.Wyoming; .' For 1 fur
: ther Information * apply to *J. -? N.v Storr, 5
; Gen'l r Agt., Cor. ~ sth * and * Robert ; Sts.;' St.
Paul. y~r - ..-.* -. --y r ,yy •:-. .. -:....>-..-7 -.. -.. .'- J
f TJ- 7- To World's" Fair Cheap f->^7-7
Only $16.25 for 3 round. trip on July 2, 3,
CITY NOTICE " -—- "
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■7v ,:.f7-7 Office *of the City Treasurer,'-V"
--7-7-7:77-St. Paul. Minn., June 29, 1904.
All persona interested in the assessment
for grading the i alley in block 6. Merriam
:Park I Second Adlition, in the City^ of St.
Paul,'-, Minnesota, in accordance"' with an
-, order of g the ? Common ' Council if of i. said
city approved November 7, 1903. will take
notice, that ;on the - 30th day of June, 1904,'
I did *. receive a certain warrant from the i
l City Comptroller of the City of St. Paul
for the collection of the above-named as
; sessment. "7<- - "-csyzzr—y. yz ~
yz. The i nature lof * this warrant •: is. that ii '■
you fail Ito pay the assessment within --a
•7,77 ' XyZ THIRTY DAYS ZZyX^'iyXy
after the first publication of this notice,
I shall report you and your real estate so
assessed as delinquent, and J apply to ? the
; District • Court of % the County of Ramsey,
. Minnesota, for judgment against your
• lands, lots, blocks Jor » parcels f. thereof Iso
assessed, including ; interest, costs I and ; ex-'
penses, and for an order of the } Court to
sell I the 1 same ? for the 1 payment * thereof.
7777 77 7.^ '7-7 OTTO BREMER,
&m§m ?7~-=,- v, City Treasurer.
July 5-1904-lt -^-jgSgß
«- isLL _i .- 1
7 THE GLOBE'S . 7 1
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PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED-Female
lyzHELffyWA NTEp^Femaley?/.
WANTED—YOUNG GIRLS AND WOM
_<;.: en ".who are V seeking employment to re
[,y alize t that they can best i secure 9 situa
tions , through reading the Help Wanted j
;.:,-.!columns of.The Globe• daily. ZZy: :. ■;- 1v.,.*-;
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT, $3 PER
m month; S supplies Jf or I all makes gof J ma
chines; stenographers furnished for any
S make: of t machine free *of I charge. Smith!
' - Premier Typewriter >• Co., - r 136 ;-, East.
Sixth st. :.,..■..-; -.. -.- ■.-z--:.rX"Z ~yy -.-..,..
WANTED— GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
* - housework, " family three f adults. Flat • 12,
The Waldorf, St. Albans and Summit.
SITU A WANTED
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J HAVE GIRLS FOR HOTELS AND
7" 2 lv*i te ~-- houses; - 'ladies, i_\ call. I s have
" "' o^ c?&~ '*"*--= Norwegian. German. Polish.
'308 Phoenix Cedar and Seventh. :
COMPETENT GIRL WOULD LIKE TO
work 7 for - board " and "J:* room y- -: •* Mis 3
Weber, .6& r West Congress st., West St.
Paul. Reply at once^-^^zrzruZ^Z^
REFINED CATHOLIC LADY WOULD
; like a place* as housekeeper for widower
with -children, p 17,. Globeyyyyyyyy
GERMAN WOMAN WISHES POSITION
5.; as v- housekeeper. * for* lady , or gentleman
\ I without 1 children. H; * 100, general " deliv
--ery. ••" -y~ -.-,'-. tc-.--.^y .*■•-.- ..^■■--: ■-'■./■■
WANTED—BY MIDDLE-AGED WOM
an, work,.by,*the"day;. washing,**"ironing
gI or housework. Call or address 1774 Van
<>Buren st. * -- . .-.-w --■<„-.,■ * ••
GERMAN-AMERICAN WOMAN, EXCEL-
y r lent g cook :_, and baker, desires f place 9 .as
„v housekeeper; * preferably where V husband
-..may also find partial employment around
..: house s-' or *: otherwise. Address by mail
7 Housekeeper, 252 W. sth st. ;fe^^7rv-;^
BRIGHT YOUNG GTRL OF SIXTEEN I
would like; place in :office;- wages no ob- '
Ject. Call or write i Miss Pearl Brown,
•7 633 Mississippi : st. " --* y -".. --. yy.Z. -.7 ; -."
WIDOW, AGE 35. WOULD LIKE Posi
tion as: housekeeper. : Como boule
r7yard.-i'.-;,-.. -;-"'■-.; ZiZ. :>.'-■' "■. ::.--". --y
WANTED—TWO DAYS' WO 7 EACH
I i week washing, cleaning.- any ji housework.
170 West 9th ;n rear.' y-A; yyy y'i
COMPETENT GIRL WOULD LIKE TO
;-work j for board , and =•; room I in, a small
7,. family; 7-? walking,.; distance -7 from -y the
7f ; millinery and dress.-i making school.
§g Miss 7 Weber, s 364 Cleveland y&v.'y. Tele-'
c- phone Selby 63-4." y-.-yryXX~~-yy^ .7
WANTED—LIGHT HOUSEWORK OR
.. taking: care :of .Ijaby' by girl 'of : fourteen.
*-:. 1107 Marion st;*-*'-; i-Z.lzy-r-. yz-yr<y^y.'
A* LADY WOULD LIKE COOKING OR
iy. housework -in a private >■ family. -" ;* Call
--7 542 : Cedar st, ■■*;" f- ' :-.v7*^ l^Jy : yr yy-ZZX- T-~ ■
GERMAN GIRL WANTS HOUSEWORK
'•?._ in ■ a family.-of two or three adults; :no
other need answer. Address *K7 158,
'•: Globe. - Z'- ''-■ r "-* -*...-&?.-*%--. -'■- - j :-,':: -.
wanted—Washing and ironing
a to i take -home; also I housecleaning done.
223 Chestnut st. ~.-v-i-y.^ .•■■*-:.:: •--*■:--ac*w
STRONG WOMAN WANTS PLACE FOR
washing for Thursday and Friday. Ad-
B dress 'or j call Mrs. - G., 295 West Central::
X WOMAN : GOES" OUT WASHING X ANDi
Tj ironing.",: 249 Nelson av.i'Mn? the base
r-muit,: 7 "-:■*,-' -'-:-^-*-7","!"r;:- :v::
WANTED—POSITION IN ADDRESSING
i -* circulars, etc., by girl-.of-17: years; > pre
z-z fer to take work home, if possible. Ad-
XX- dress Miss ■ 11.. - 543 ..Sherburne.-" ->'". v*7? T:-~
A LADY OF 35 YEARS WOULD LIKE
1. a -.- position sas * housekeeper for widower .
7 or,-bachelor.;: Z 185.' Globe. 7-..~7 -7"".
, A YOUNG GIRL WOULD LIKE A
5 place to run errands |or to care j for 4 chil-.
fg dren. Call 1142 West Fifth i st.. or write •
". .".Mrs. '*>. De Bar, ■ 142 West Fifth, corner
;7 Fifth" and. Branklin.^-7"^-7*7:,■."'•.'•'-"" .■:•-■
WANTED—WASHING, IRONING AND
7 * housecleaning J in. private families, also
*7'cleaning offices. :! Address C, 259 West:
Fifth st. ■ lUi7- 1-'''--^"ttri^n^'- i77**'" >J--**-v
WANTED—WORK BY TH.r DAY,
J»*washing^--irdnfiig/6r'noufeecieAi i-Trtg',-Jjd6t'
7,' came '.to to*n i and can %do -fine *•: work.
zy 633 Wabasha ■ st.. • Room" Zr?yz±_-z. >\t.-v:
WOULD LIKE POSITION EITHER TAX.
ing J care •of | office or typewriting; jj have,
7 %■ knowledge. In bookkeeping; "state salary.*?
7 Stenographer J,. 313 Bradley. building.
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER, Ex- ;
"■ry perienced ' Insrailroad -z work, would _■ like
§§ position;- willing, to got out of town if,
.■ desired." Address M 2937 Selby av.rclty.'
A COMPETENT ?*,DY WOULD LIKE,
.-* washing by *- the : day. - . Call lor .address
■■Zi 542 Cedar st., T down stairs., z_ '. -.-', 7777
COLLECTION AGENCIES
: DOES ANY ONE OWE YOU ANY MON
-- 7* ey? We j quickly:' collect wages, ■' notes,
- rents,, board bills ? and,, claims of z every
description on percentage. "No collec-.
. tion;: no - pay.".. ; Twin City Mercantile
Agency, 603 Globe .Bldg.", y-y -.*■-.; .yj
4, 5 and 6, good - or ilS'tfays.^via * the Mm-, .
neapolis & St. Louis, "the ; only ; road with
; a 7 World's ; Fair * Station." Two ~ elegant :
through trains of Pullman Sleepers. Chair:
Cars, v etc., fine "; Dining Car j 1 service. ri For
■ tickets ? call '-' at > 398 Robert 7 street, H. S.
Haskins,; City Ticket Agent. , >
~* Fine . map , andf guide to. the -World's = Fair
' sent *; free 7on Ye request.:- 'Address7"A:*- • B. :
Cutts, Guaranty'. 1. Building, -^ Minneapolis,
Minn. *" '■;--■ - -?••-•-> -. ■■' y zyy.yz
"'•; f- St. Louis. Mo;— Hot = Springs, Ark. 7; .".
Take the Rock, Island. The shortest,
quickest?. and i best. Double i daily service
with through wide i .vestibule it? Pullman
; sleepers -and S day—roaches v between J Twin
Cities : and- St. Lquls. For 1 further -or-
'mation call at City Ticket Office, Sixth
and Robert streets. .'.;'■*'■ : ;7 7; fz'Z.y
The Thousand Islands
:& There may be somewhere on the earth
■ a more ; delightful region than ] that ;of I the
Thousand » Islands, ; but if t there * is,"% it has |
"riot-been .discovered; 7 It .' is I the X Venice of
America, but i also I has s good' hotels that:
can be kept warm if there shall happen
to* be '. a cold fe rainy.-" evening. It Sis ■*-- as :
fine a the Bay of Naples, with is 2,000:
; dlcturesq ue i islands £ scattered -z along,; the '
' twenty-five miles szot>Z- one .of .-' the , most
. beautiful i rivers; in the f. world. -:7" You t can
find I out a great deal regarding Jit: In > No.
10 eof <■ the "Four-Track ;■;;. Series," "The
Thousand Islands," Copy will ;be i mailed
: free on f. receipt of fr 2-qent;:^: stamp gg by
George H. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent, Grand! Central Station, New York.
To -.World'sj Fair Cheap
Only $16.26 - for round - trip 'on;" July/ 2. 3,
; 4, :5 ; and 6. good: for 15 days, via the • Min
neapolis & j St. Louis;- "the • only road -with -
. a World's » Fair - Station." Two ?- elegant:
4 through trains of Pullman : Sleepers,^- Chair
: Cars, etc.:""" fine Dining Car service. For •
: tickets r" call ~at - 398 r* Robert ■-; street,--; H. S.
rHaskins;; City Ticket "Agent>Kt- -yy:' ~ .;;->'
'Tj Fine "map "and "guide, to the World's : Fair
: sent r. free ton a request. P Address sar?^ B.
; Cutts, Guaranty *. "Building, Minneapolis,
Minn. y- z^yy^yy^yy^ -^yyyz i?_..: X
> National 7> Democratic Convention,', ij: St.
zzrzyy; Louis, Mb., July 6, 1904
77 The c Chicago Great Western railway"
will on July 2 to 6. inclusive, sell through
round trip tickets at one fare plus 25.
r cents to ■ St % Louis. Mo. -..Ticket ' limited-to
fifteen days. For. further information ap
ply to J. N. Storr,.General comer
; sth i and • Robert sts., *.- St.7 Paul, Minn.**-"-"^--
. f "7 St*'Louis; Exposition " *.;
*-!,*The'£ Chicago Great Western ~J way
will : allow a ten-day stop * over at Chicago
; on,- through tickets- to the world's fair.
Stop overs * allowed * at^ Kansas City on
! payment of $1.00 fee. For rates and other
information apply to J.*- N. Stoiv, General
Agent, corner sth and Robert T sts.. St.
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U.HOLBERT(SONS
Sf^lßANKEßSgnd^^^
■Z ; *-7 AV--P "-J-' -^^^^^S
314 Robert SI. St. Paul
THE -GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
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FOR; SALE City Real Estate
WE WILL FURNISH MONEY Q
Vi> TO { BUY OR ? BUILD FOR YOU 77 Q
■© Any amount, anywhere, any ■ time.7 Q
O-c payments very easy, less ' than ■ rent. O
O $4 STARTS YOU z yyyiQ
OI? You **: may •» as a well ft own ; your own '■*- O
home; call and investigate •;.' '■-"-.* .-.-• Q
ft AMERICAN REAL ESTATE «
ft ; . INVESTMENT LOAN CO., 7ft
©|; 7 520 GLOBE BLDG.. ST.* PAUL. 7:7 5
OeOOC,KX3>oooa«sbcMasoafV7>^f^^
LIST YOUR RENTAL. 'AND, REALTY
;•■•" properties .with us; ?no I delay •in making
;sales, and we js can «j rent t your ?i home:
•: Great Western Real ; ; Estate - and Loan
Co.. 43.S Gilfillan Bide. . -..-7-*:■..'•":
MERRIAM PARK
FOR SALE—MOST COMPLETE 7 AND
■y- modern home '. in this, district, on Carroll'
*>>• st., one-half block from car &■ line;-
C eight 7*large .-' rooms, hot -; water ;7 heat,
V-.hardwood floors, r:new:*?,: decorations
throughout; i extra '■ large - barn; " cannot', be
: duplicated « for $5,500; - this ? week - $4,200!
y takes it. "7: Kertson, Real -Estate,* 367
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ZZx'-yy PERSONAL -;y; ;v;
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST—Dis
v. eases iof ;.women * all irregularities cor
:;;'(rected; i; new "book,? 25c; - all ' you s need '■- to:
3 know; private home. Minneapolis office, 5;
i --412 ; Nicollet }a.v.yy_z y.yy y : y:-:zy-z ■ :,?:-
7~ -;>;, DR. HINZ. 77-~
Specialist:ln rupture , and diseases of man.
Century hldg.r'4th st. and Ist av.-s..'Mpls.
GRAY HAIR MADE ANY SHADE OF
J>^br"wni desired or 7 black by home wash;
y.z can f pi^oare « yourself -"■"• for »~ few ----- cents;
.."-"■■ recipe ,:and Z directions. *25 cents.7^ Mrs.
James, .: 22^;; East " Eighth| St.;: St. Paul.
}■' Minn. ' .-■'.: .-7--.-.- :-*■.-•*,.;.'- -;•.-. ;_-;■ y-.'-y-z,
fPRETTY , WIDOW WORTH $85,000,
beautiful home,'- income tof ? $5,000. wants
77 honorable, '- industrious •■_ husband. :; * Ad-.
7: dress Mrs.: A., St."Nicholas'hotel, Chi-*.
cago, .. y rzi -.'---:■ -<■■. H
PERSONAL—MRS. 7 KATE i* JOHNSON
'. gives ■ magnetic treatments; also wilL call
',•>"- at ■ your, home ' and guarantees to cure you -
-7 of . eczema -in: four do ys.;* Res.= 419-421
Washington ay. s., Minneapolis, Room 14.
FINANCIAL
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
j ;*- out --' mortgage *$ or ***-• indorser. Only .-. se
.-:":; curity 1 your 5 name. 7-• Others -? on house
j : hold \ furniture, pianos, etc., without jre -
'■ - - moval ~ from - your ? possession. .".*.: Minne -
i sota Mortgage Loan Co.; 316-317 Pioneer
;--Press Bldg. -~ := 7 -
Sllhrt>l AJlilC v AT lowest RATES
:*JIIV*>7 *-V»ailD - on easy, payment plan. =
•Furniture; pianos. --' etc. 7 730 Globe - Bldg. ; *7
SALARY ' AN D '% FURNITURE - LOANS,
.ST.: PAUL FINANCIAL CO.. '
-': Room* 301. New York Life Building. V_~.
' BUSINESS PERSONALSU
REEVES' IRON 75 PILLS ARE *t JUST
':.-■-the thing for people sick of being tired
if .and for people tired of being sick; try
gj them. i£ S. H. Reeves, Druggist,* Seven
«-**•' Corners; g money j cheerfully j refunded.. I ■.--:
•.FEMALE DISEASES CURED IRREG
. £ ular I menstruation- quickly cured; • forty
t-7 years' . experience; office open, from \9* a.
) .-*m. till. 10 p. m. Dr. Wheeler, Globe
>: *-, bldg.. Minneapolis. ;T.jC, ~5 335; zy. good
home for patients.-7 yZ--' : ryz'zyz;<y:y- - _.-;,
'j. f-7f^7:vf ZX MEDICAL Zz~ZZ-'' Z-- z.
: LADIES! -77 USE IMY 7 f REMEDY, TH -
- T greatest |monthly, regulator; :.best, safest;
• £ always | reliable; » relieves - in - three .to - flve
I'Z days; ■ price; 32.00:1 particulars : free. Ad-
BB dress Mrs. T. Wagner, 43% ;East Third
st- St. Paul. Minn. .ZXZyy -,:-. -- ;
PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D., SPE
cialist. All diseases Jof "Aiomen quickly
I cured: ovarian difficulties and Irregularis
! -..; ties skillfully „ treated; consultation free.
},; 412 Nicollet av.r'7- Minneapolis; *.- fourth
*.7-f100r..-..;--r-7".':- '''-■•■■-':-:'-'"--.-S*:--.::.-j.iT7:*f::7---.:r**'--, <
LADIES—DR. LA -'i FRANCO'S COM
•zypound; safe., speedy regulator; 25 ; cents. 1
:,:Druggists or mail. Booklet free. Dr.
* 5> La-Franco/- Philadelphia. :-
MEDICAL — MRS. DR. F. G. McKAY,
;^ electricity, massage andfmagnetic, treat
r-i: ments; -swill'cure rheumatism, insomnia
and~" all nervous diseases. Office,"-: 905
; Northwestern . Bldg., 322 Hennepin. Min
-7 neapolis. ■_ Hours. 9 to '9. M. 1717 Ll.
GORMAN'S 'ELECTRO-MEDICAL, BAT-
C-.Z tery is the - perfect apparatus : fori home
: £ "electrical z treatment. .v Write -1 us r for c our
booklet. 7 Gorman-*: Electric Co., 313-315
W Minnesota.'st.f-^"--- - .-.t!. * >--- ~-'.: -;r:
LABIKSI \ Use Chichester Entrilsli PennfyroraWlli.
' Beat! Safest! I Only Reliable! - Take no otker.
. But of roar Drngeiat, or ucd *eZ inmpa, for pwtio.
Man and "Belie-- for Lad in" In letter by return mall. *
OUehesteer Chemical Co.. PhUada.. Pa. yoy'z
I O'Connor & Van Bergen
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i pEn RROk'Fßsrll^
* I y BONDS | UI\V/IXl_r\o| PROVISIONS
:rt •...'.-"• "':■-;- '-.'- :7 7...... ■" - '■■■_ ■-.:.■'•'*."'.- -/ --7 7-' .7*-..'.; ' ... , ..... -7"
T = 202-203 Germania Life Building, Fourth and Minnesota 513.7 St. Paul Mmn r-
re Members Chicago Board of Trade. Direct; Private Wires. *
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St. Paul Union Stock Yards
; THE GREAT LIVE: .STOCK: MARKET OF THE NORTHWEST. ;
:No Limit to the Demand for Cattle, Butcher Cattle, Hogs and Sheep
We Are Especially In Need of Fat Cattle and Butcher Cattle
$Z ==SUPPL^;NOT EQUAL TO THE DEMAND ''
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.P ''.7*7-":%;, 7 7-7:' MEMBERS 77. f- ;;-- yy .7. 7;' • REFERENCES '-■: 7f >•
J7 Chicago Board of Trade. '■■-■tr- -y-Z'Z:''X' Nat'l" Ger. 'Am:' Bank, St."Paul.7 ~
:T77: Minneapolis Chamber iof Commerce. ■' American National Bank. St ? Paul.
:M >* Milwaukee .- Chamber of r Commerce. ~7 Security Bank, Minneapolis. * -^'Mso.
J J. C. GERAGHTY & CO.
*A7:^*7 'Z:Z y-'^Z^iGMJriy: PROVISIONS, STOCKS AND BONDS. %; 7 ;
-T *7 "*- •: 7-7 ;C,-.-: 77 ."; LongL Distance Phone 400. '
Tf 7--?*? d*c* Building, .f-7 »/_ ,- : v"7'v'-7st7 Paul, Minn!;
Bonds for Sale
We 'own" and offer subject - to .. previous:
iiyZt-y.:: y-. . -.7-:,^ sale: "'--- .. 775-7
$W,OOO BONDS
'-y. : '■'■;. Portland 7 (Oregon) '*" Ferry * 4's. yyy
These are in $500 denominations,
due r January. 1924, and »' particularly;
attractive to investors. The earning.
Us nearly on | a 4 per cent j, basis, ac
i ceptable _ for public ; and5 * savings bank
investments. : :* . * 7*7 " ."■* '*• "■■""■■'"i■''•.*•
Price 103.56 —Netting nearly - 4'? p. c.
s 77--.7-.77 Send for our Bond ; LlsfTf- ;'■ ty~,
7 Coe Commission Co.
1 Bond ' ; Dept, New York Life Arcade,
f■' *" ff "7 '-'Zty Minneapolis. MI 11>SS&-S^S:
S. B. SHOTWELL CO.
IWLLL tt UU.
GRAIN—STOCKS
■:.-.-vy, rr;777--VT ;^7:;7^s^
National German "American Bank Bldg
r '-"-"-:'■'
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I •- THE GLOBPS i77.f
PAYING WANTS \
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forty Martha. Washington Needles-
GIVEN FREE
With Each Globe Want Ad.
THE GLOBE will give a package containing forty
Martha Washington Needles with every "cash want ad
■■-;• '• "~ received at the office or, left with any druggist Those
needles are warranted to excel all other brands in finish and
quality. The eyes are beveled and gauged, thereby making
7 sewing. much r easier. y The package 7 contains 23 assorted
. sharps: '; _
! Snr* ?*S&. - I £ hen,,le Needle J 2 Fine Dam«« 'V' •
1 Milliner Needle 7 - 2 Cotton Darners . 1 ■ Silk Darner 7
: - ; J. Tape Needle : „, .; 1 -Yarn Needle f 1 Carpet Needle "-"77^
: ;:lAVorsted Needle : .2 Wool Darners l Shoe Button Needle
;7 ;■* - '' y"' .'7 __
'Mi x y.. \ 7 ■".--•.' ■ "7~"": :. !;; xZ
Send Your Next Want Ad to The Globe
AND RECEIVE A PACKAGE OF NEEDLES FREE!
y FOR SALE- Farm Lands
LAND BARGAINS—KANSAS, NEBRAS
: ka, Colorado. Wyoming; 10 years' time.*
: union:* Pacific c Agency. 135 -East Sixth
-.- st, (Ryan Hotel). -St. Paul. Minn. yy'zx 7
FOR SALE—Sidewalk Tile
STONE SIDEWALKS LAID IN ALL
*. parts of; the city;,moderate prices. St.
- Paul Stone Co.. Tenth and Wabasha.
Tel; 783 T. C.
FOR SALE— Typewriters
WANTED— MEN AND WOMEN'EVERY
:-: where to appreciate r that 7^ every day
- there are * excellent chances to better
: - themselves .offered in these ; columns. ~-y.
Z-L FOR SALE—Houses 'yl
THE VERY BARGAINS IN TOWN
. in the . line • of;.houses ' for sale are al
-7;ways :to be -. found under this • classifica
tion of. The Globe/ -y-y
f FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
PEOPLE THAT BUY -.- FROM US ARE
it \ all i more than : satisfied; iwe . give a them
* good value for their money; how do we
-. do it? We buy for spot cash of others
> .who need the: money, and we buy at our
;-. own price : and; divide; the surplus value
with our. customers; a ; large * stock *to
7:. select from; money advanced on dia
;,: monds, watches and furs;-house estab
;.-. lished in 1 1875. E. Lytle's * '. Diamond
Parlors. 411 Robert st., second floor. 7.
PIANO, FURNITURE, RUGS7ETC, AT
: public auction —I will sell at public auc
•7.-tion '■'.in '. the store, corner Sixth and
.Wabasha sts.;'. on Thursday,; July 7. ~_ at
', '2. p. m.. the contents of a 12-room resi
! dence, consisting new upright
7 piano, fine parlor suite, lather : chair,
1 flne leather couch (cost $60.00), Hide
•-• board}* extension table, ; dining room
B chairs, § fancy •. rockers, ■■,■■ center ■; tables,
. divans,, iron ."*■-. beds, hair 7 mattresses,
. dishes, -glassware, bric-a-brac, " books,
pictures, dressers, commode?,* draperies,
». lace -curtains.*; body brussels, velvet, in
•"-•■ grain? and :; Smyrna -.-rugs; gas • range,
: -' cooking utensils.- etc. If you want bar
' gains, attend this sale. A. G. Johnson,
--■' Auctioneer. . . <.. -. -a.
500 CORDS OF DRY JACK AND TAM
:7arack: cord" wood for sale. For prices
-7write P. H. Murphy. Sprlngwood. -Wis."
STORAGE : yy.
REDUCED FREIGHT '. RATES TO THE
y Pacific j- coast on ; household goods - or.
■emigrant , movables; -.■*-::prompt■- service;
yzy lowest ; rates. * The ,--' Boyd Transfer -* &
*.~ Storage. Co.;. Minneapolis.: 7:': - 7:
IGO; EXPRESS-.':■ AND STORAGE CO.—
: Cheapest, best storage in city; call for
terms. 61 W._7th st - Phones.
(IS. l. HAAS COMMISSION CO.
yXy Live Stock X Commission - Merchants.'*.-"-:
Room '.- 10, Exchange* Bldg.;' • Union 7 Stock
P', Yards, '-. South »? St ? - Paul, z Minn., ;*: and i
£S Union; Stock Yards, Cjpcago, 111.,--, -y'y
All correspondence will '4? receive » prompt
£g attention.*^ - Liberal - r advances *• made on
:: consignments.-.™ References—Union j Stock
7. Yards ■' or ; any; Commercial ~ Agency. ":
ROGERS & ROGERS
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MER
:^:r >- v : u;;^ >:;. CHANTS, zyyyzyy *>'"
! Room 7 27V .Exchange -Building, ;i_ South 7 St".
yy. 2y z;y: -'.-; Paul, ■_ Minnesota. ---'TV ':ZZZz.zy;
£<• Highest i« market '?. prices v| obtained ? f for
\ ■took. Prompt f attention j given Ito I all cor
. respondence c ?*' and orders. .*..- References:
Any Commercial Agency. -zy 'yz-~
3j-tWhen•• ln doubt as to how your, money:
should be invested, read "The , Globe's
iPaying£^nt^-;:7^7^73?^i^^^^
THE GLOBE'S
[PAYING WANTS
FOR SALE—Cows
FOR SALE—NEW MILCH COW; GREAT
milker. -..Call at stable in rear of 923
r. Grand ay. -
TRAVELER'S GUIDE
Union Depot,* Sibley Street.
Trains . leave - and arrive at SL Paul
as follows: ■■-..-- ~':- . .
TICKET @T^&\ Cop ' FiftH
l Iftv J .and
OFFICE &*c?£> Robert
Leave - Arrive
Fl r«S oa!^. d:.^r^;. L., *k. e f8.40 A„ f5.50;: i
NORTH COAST LIMITED^t^ #10.15£ *2.20 i !
Fergus Falls, Dakota and *o nnp *17 QCa f 7
Manitoba Express--- • O.UUm !.20a i
.fftSia^^.^y.?.:a '10.15!; "T.-tift- \
'Duluth 'ffili^:
.and. # .♦!:»: -■
7f- : f Superior *|l : 1:25;'
'Dally. tEx. Sunday. Both 'Phones 12M.r
C. St. P. M. & O. Ry.
Office: 396 Robert St. . Phone 480. '
7'"Ex. Sun.| Others Daily. 7 LEAVE ARRIVE ■
: Chicago, Mil., Madison . .*: ' 8-30 am ':'. 9.50 pm
: Chicago "'Fast Mall" :...:... 6.35pm 9.35 m
NORTHWESTERN LlllirE) .... 8.35pm 7.20 m
Chicago "Atlantic Ex:>re33".. 10.50pm 4.45p.n '
Duluth, Superior. Ashland..'.. *B.loam "4.30 *• rt i
TWIUSHT LIWTEO :..... 4.30pm 9 03pm '
. Elmore, Algona, Dcs Moina3. ■• 8.00 pm "-B.ooam'l,
Su City, Omaha.^Kansas City 9.35 am "7i4opm7
tWorlhlneton.Mitchell,SuFalls -9.05pm- 8-03 a n '
OMiHA LIMITED ...;-.,»... 3 B.oopm ■ 7.3>am..
--;Su City. Omaha, Kansas City 9.05 pm "7.35 am
Chicago Great Western Rl
"The Maple Leaf Route." 7 77/ >77 ■
City Office: sth and Robert Si*. . , Man 153 M.
.tExcept Sunday; others Daily. S^pl'i
Chicago and East. Dubuque, ffiH2*- m ' l'% pm'
. Oelweln, Mclntire. Hayfield ) *'$> p:n .l'?*™
* (11.20 cm 12.40 pm
Kansas City, St. Joseph, Das (10.50 cm . 7.38 pm
: - Moines, Marshalltown, Wa- < 8-30 pm 7.2oam"'
- terloo.-■*:.:-;...; •-.--*•**..--.-,• (n.2opm 12.40pm'!
Red Wing. Rochester. * Fart- f tS.2sam t7-00 pm ;
- bault, Mankato;.-;...: .... V. 5.27 10.25 am ,
Dodge* Center, Hayfield „...*; 5.10 pm 10.45 am
Austin, Mason City, Ft.Dodge ( 8.10 am 7.38 pm
, Carroll, Council Bluff = and <
Omah. ...".—..... .-.-.-•. (.8.30pm 7.20 am
Ticket Office; 332 Robert 'Street.;'-. Phone Main S3&";
Leave- "Dally. fftExf Sun.f 7 * Arrive
I
t 040 am St. Cloud, Fergus Falls. Fargo t 5.25 pa *
♦ a 9A m J WlUmar,', . Falla,, S.°°} *•1 a-2
".*>*'"" icity.; Fargo .......7...... J T> "i? r
"1040 am Flyer to Paclflo Coail * 2.45 jn "
t 5.40 pm ...Wayzataand Hutchinson. .. t 9.25 aa
* 6.00pm ...Puget Sound Express. .. *10.40jn.
* 7.60 pm . '. .7. Winnipeg Express, * 1.05 a a
7 --. --■■ ' Fargo, Grand Forks, Win- ) 4 . « ft ,_
£IMm \n|p. e , Soo Falls. Sao City * 10-"»
To Duluth ■„,'■.'• . •'
•8.00 am ...Gopher Stale Express-.7 " 8.30 pa .
t 2.35pm ..Princeton.. Mllaca. Du'uth.. t 1.10 aa
•11.18 pm ..'.Night Express to Duluth... * 6.30 an
,7Minneapolis & Si. Louis R. R. Ga. 7
Office 345 Robsrt.7 Union *>a-ii». 7
: Telephone Calls—ssl N- W.—^9o T. C
■Leave tEx. Sunday - "Dally Arrlvj
+8-20 am ; Watertow.i. and - Storm Li:>- t5-55 ■
-f9.ooam ....Omaha and Dcs Moil »i". .'.' T7.53 *n ■ •*-'*
"s.4opm- ...Esthsrville and.Madlsor . *1Q.35»-|
*7 IHnm '; TmMjrri Star Unttil . . *i c:\ \r,~
I.IUIJIII to Chicago. St. LTaU&PeDrli '6.1 J 111p
"B.oopm ;]Qmaha&D93Moin-i3(Ltmit3d) ; ,*3.0? \ny
.
WUJ__l% 1 c- 'B.- & Q. R. R.~ :
|H| BOTH PHONE 3 MAIN 1236
eggggj TIMET OFFICE: CO*. FIFTH AND ROBIRT
Leave | - - All Trains Dally •"I Arrive "
'-_- 8.20 am . | Winona. ; La,Crosse. Dv- I- " , ; * •- * .-_
-'-'"-*• 7"'- * "Z. l»qua. Chicago. St. Louis 12.45 p.m
*8.40p.m I "CHICAGO LIMITED" ..:;^:-.:| 7.20 if m
Z o.4o».ja' j Winona. La Crosse. ~ Du-I --7 . .'■'■■'
I fauoue. Chicago. St. Loula I 7 7.20 a.» 7
Wisconsin Central Ry
TRA F »^ MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO '.
-■ Leave 8.35 a. m. and 7.40 p. m. daily. ,'
- Arrive 8.15 a. m. and 4.30 p.' m." daily.* '.*.:•:'.
•j777"v Both Phones 694. - -y^Z-_ -'■'{_
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Duluth f Avenue, fMinnehaha and
jffT'TvT,7~f7'7Beech-*Streets -7- -:
. Office of the Board of Public Works.
>y__ City of-.St. Paul. Minn.*: June 28, 1904. -
I ; Sealed ' bids will be z received-.by.; the -..
", Board' of L Public Works ;' in and * for : the'
: corporation * •'- of.;.••- the **- ! City .- ,of •'':; St.* *
Paul,;? Minnesota; at » their . office in . said "XX
city, until 2 p. m. on the eleventh (11th);
' day.- of - July, jA. D. > 1904/ for \ the : construe- • •
tion 'of z a sewer. On" Duluth avenue, from
. Reaneyi street lto Beech street;- on Minne- 57.
haha street;; from Duluth i avenue to Frank*'.
: street - and •on Beech ; street,** from Duluth -. ."
avenue to; Frank street, in said city. Ac- 7
; cording to plans and specifications on-file"' /
: In'; the ; office -; of; said - Board."-,'?. "* -T— '_: y.' ZzXXy.
I^i A bond with at least two '(2) sureties '77
in a sum of at least:.twenty (20) per cent 7-;
* or, a certified ; check on ; a bank ■of f St.* Pa ul; -'.._ 7
in a sum" of ;at 'least' ten • (10) iper - cent *of 77
the £ gross ; amount - bid; :* must z, accompany 7. -
each bid. Said-check* shall,be? made: pay
able :to|the Clerk sof said •■ Board.:~7-- 7;--,, .y.:
>£The said'% Board -:reserves the right to -
reject any and all bids. * -^s^-sslsgiSel
= ..- y- *7 .'?*-*V7 JOHN S. GRODE," "y'
■■-..-■. Z^-'-yz ; : • •-. President. "',-
Official: VR. L. GORMAN,. 5 ■■ z z,y..-\-y .
Zr>^-r~y vi Clerk; Board of Public Work* -
\'---.y -- *""- June 30-1904-10t v *7.v.--7- ;

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