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THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
PAYING WANTS
Are the ones that bring results—Results can only be secured through tho
medium that reaches the people—The Gobs ha: the largest circulation in
the St. Paul morning field —catch on? That's why
Globe Wants Pay
You'll find It profitable to try 'em, and a trial will convince you of th«
efficiency of
"The Globe's Paying Wants"
20 WORDS 20 CENTS— »
LEAVE WITH ANY DRUGGIST OR 'PHONE 1065, EITHER LINE.
A Few of the Branch Offices Where 4ds Are Received for
"The Globe's Paying Wants"
CONGER BROS.. Druggists, Selby ave
nue, corner St. Alba as; 499 -Selby
avenue and 349 University avenue.
CAMPBELL BROS.. Druggists. Selby and
- ' Victoria. - . , .
8. H hEFVES, Druggist, Seven Corners.
Lvl. ; ABERWALD. Druggist, corner Rice
„-. ■ and Iglehart.
STRAIGHT BROS, Druggists. . Rondo
„___aiid Grotto streets.
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist. Maria ave
__„ nue and East Third street.
W,r- A. FROST & CO.. . Druggists. Selby
.-.„■■ and Western avenues,
RTETZKE & CO.. Druggists/ Selby and
Western avenues. - - .- -.
A. J. RCHUMACHEK. Druggist, 499 West
Seventh street.
J. W. NELSON. Druggist. Dale and Uni
: versity -
C. T. HELLER- Druggist. Willard. St. Pe
_,-_ ter and Tenth streets. -.:'.
C. F. RUTHERFORD. Druggist. St. Peter
; and Fourth streets. . r :
J. P. JELTNEK & CO.. Druggists. 9ftl
_ - Went Seventh street. . - ■ ...
J. P. .TELINEK * CO.;. Drupfflsts. West
_„ „ Seventh and Sherman streets.. .
TV. Iv COLLIER.-Drugelst,- ; East Seventh
. street, corner Sibley.- -
A." A.^CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and
■-/ Rondo streets. - ■:-■:.:: "
H. L. McCOLL. Druggist. 483 Broadway.
DRIES PHARMACY.. corner Ninth and
St. Peter : streets. . * •
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT- & CO.. a! 3
_ East SevenWstreet.
H. W. DTCKMAN. Druggist. 838 East
':;; Seventh, corner Bw»ch. ~
A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist. Prior and St
DIED
KUHLES—At his residence. 451 Dewev
avenue, Tuesday, July 26. at 8 p m*
George F. Kuhles. Funeral from above
residence Friday. July 29. at 2 n m
Interment at Oakland cemetery.
GERLACH—In St. Paul. Minn.. July 28
1904. Mrs. Caroline Gerlach "aged
seventy-two years, at the residence of
her daughter. Mr.<\ William C Krue
meier.: 660 Oakdale avenue. Services
from above residence Saturday July
10 a. m. Interment at Oakland.
VITAL STATISTICS
Marriage Licenses
George Simon, Catherine Linehan.
\\ llliam Nordminn, Wilhelmenia Hanhnad.
Kmil H. Meyers, Annie Kester
Louis Blomberg. Lulu Mary Brumpberg
George Busta, Mary Dunnaker.
Births
Mrs. Thomas Hogan, 282 Burgess, girl.
Mrs. John P. Woulfe, 951 Marion girl
Mrs. Charles J. Stohr, 870 Randolph girl.
Mrs. Joseph Marhoun. 492 Omaha, girl.
Mrs. Aleck S. Hin. 341 North Dale. girl.
Mrs. Edward J. Lind. 527 Sherburne girl
Mrs. Karl Schachermeyer, 603 Blair, girl.
»s- H. Petticord, 122 Lyton place, gifl
Mrs. A. Dahlberg, 1076, E. Seventh, boy.
Air?. L. H. Reinhardt. 2345 Doswell, boy.
Mrs. Louis Zidel. 117 Valley, boy
Mrs. G. Anthongiovanni. 382 Wacouta.boy
Mrs. Joseph Kolar, 317 Erie boy
Mrp. Frank Nelson, 872 York, boy.
Mrs. Ernest A. Poore. 541 Manomin. boy.
Mrs. Frank C. Novotny. 260 King. boy.
Mrs. J. A. Young Jr.. 689 St. Peter, boy.
Deaths
Mrs. Anna King,' St. Joseph's hospital, 57
years, July 27.
George F. Kuhles, 451 Dewey, 53 years,
July 26. ....
Edward E. Barry. St. Joseph's hospital,
43 years, July 26.
Emil Gottschammer, 506 Hopkins 50
years, July 27.
Ida May Chambois, Minneapolis, Minn ,
July 23.
TO EXCHANGE-Real Estate
MINNESOTA FOR CALIFORNIA
Will trade my fine farm of 210
acres, with best of improvements, near
White Bear Lake, Minn., for a good
ranch, partly adapted to alfalfa, with
water, near Lcs Angeles. Cal., or will
sell chrap and on easy terms; must live
down here and want ranch for fancy
cattle and hogs, same as now on my
Minnesota farm; give location and par
ticulars first letter; also have lots in
St. Paul will trade for lots Los Angeles
or Pasadena. T. S. Tompkins, 326 Bry
son block. Los Angeles, Cal.
DANGER IN VICTOR
Bell Refuses to Guarantee Pro-
tection to Unionists
CRIPPLE CREEK, Qol., July 28.—
Sheriff Edward Bell will not guarantee
protection to any person who has been
driven from this district because'of his
alliance or sympathy with the Western
Federation of Miners. He made this
plain today when he received a mes
sage from Patrick Carvel, one of the
hundreds who were deported after the
Independence depot dynamite outrage.
Carvel is now at Colorado City, and
notified Sheriff Bell that he wished to
resume his residence here, if the au
thorities would guarantee to protect
him from violence.
Sheriff Bell not only informed Car
vel that he would not guarantee to
protect him from harm, but strongly
advised him never to return to the
district.
Joseph Fisher and John Miller, who
were driven out of Hollywood Tuesday
night by a mob, returned to Victor to
day and announced they will stay this
time and defend their rights with re
volvers, if necessary. James Schmidt
and James. Fisher, the other two men
w^ho were forced to leave, are still ab
sent.
Meat Prices Soar
NEW ; YORK, July - 28.—1t has ) been
;.. learned : here that a conference =isr to be
- held -in - Chicago very . soon, • • possibly
tonight, between \ President Donnelly,
General '; Secretary ' Homer D. Call f and
- two . members of the Schwarzschild" &;
Sulzbergerr company, '/looking" to an
- agreement 'by which a strike will ba
V prevented So this dty in;;ahy\clrcum-
. sUinceK. President Donnelly, it is un
-■derßtood,''. haw t.:,rnt#tly desired to
' have' Vnt : >;<■-.., York men strike, i- but
tutH X)(;i-n toun««lt/l by, local leader?
Hot to Jmmu* lh«r r/fdcr/.ThiH advice was
: Hiv*n \Mtinun ; ul uwtmincca 'of ['"■ the
UvUwfttznvhltd & Mu\7.\»irr7vi* company
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
P. H. MIDDENTS. Druggist. 472 Waba
sha. - ■-.^ ; \ ::",. S '-■. -■ .- -
JOHN BODIN & CO.. Druggists. .- SSI
Payne avenue. " : ,
B. A. TREAT. ,Newsdealer. 442 Broad- ;
* way. '- ';. .-*■'■"■ '--.-' -----■. ■--■>•"
M. S. COURTNEY. ■ Newsdealer. 478 Wa
-.. - basha. • ;. ',' ■ .-- "■*■ \ • '
W. E. LOWE. Prescription ' Pharmacist,
-. : corner Twelfth and . Robert ■-■ streets.
J. :A. BATTOM, Drup";ist. : 309 ;; Jackson
street. " . - .-■:'.'■ -■--■■■■-■■■ ■■-.'■-■. _■'-■■- -
A. H. SONNEN. Druggist. 574" Rice. . r
L. H. LUEDERS. Pharmacist. 873 Rice.
SUMMIT PHARMACY. 284 L Rice, corner
Summit. ■ " .••-/■'.;:- - -• ". / «:■;
WALTER "KELSON. : Druggist. 896 Rice
. .- • street. ■' " •'-" •■'■:■ " " '"- ■■-'it-.-vs
WALTER NELSON. Druggist. 1946 Uni
/ " ■' versity avenue. '-■ -r--- /:-..'..■
CAPffOL DRUG CO.V Dniererists. - Uni
:; ■ versity avenue- and Rice street. v;:_,:
DR. MARKS.-Pharmacy. 118. S. Wabash*.
HALL & KRAFT. Druggists. 428 S. Wav
- •'.'> basha. " .■■ .. -.- ; /;:■.-,. ,";.:-v
HANS MADSON- Drusrerist. Jsfi Concord.
ECLIPSE DRTTG STORE.; 113 S. Robert. -
O. A. WOLFRUM. Druirsrfst. 572 Kant.
D. C. KTRSFX.- Drussrist. 561 Thomas.
- Anthony: avenues. :.*:•-■ ::.-.-'.--- _
F. A. HOLCOMB. Druggist. - 954 Payne
:-'-•■■■ avenue. cc .;^. ->:■-/-.':.: $ i?ZJ?-£'4
CENTRAL PHARMACY. Tenth and Wa
• ---,-z basha: >; ■ - . -.>••■ '■■ : - . ;..
EDMTTND ,T. FUCHS. Druggist. 798 East
•' Seventh.-Jv ■■•■ ;'•--- .-.:•.- v >
E. E. KEIPER. Druggist. 450 South Rob
■ ■--■ ■ ert.:-^-. ■■■■■— .- - - .■ ■ /■■ ■ ;
G. F. I'MLAND. Druggist. 441 University
- •."" avenue. , .., ~ •'-?:•• "...
A NNOUNCEMENTS
It is admitted by eminent physi
cians that ninety-nine per cent of
all ailments are caused directly or
indirectly through the nervous sys
tem. We treat all ailments by
working on the nerve centers at
the spine and the results are mar
velous. Call or write for booklet.
DRS. ELVIDCE
THE CHIROPRACTIC INSTITUTE
AND COLLEGE,
202-203 Dispatch Bldg.
St. Paul. Minn.
} BUSINESS CHANCES
WHEN IN NEED OF A STENOGRAPH-;
- er, bookkeeper or office help of any kind,
call us ; up, either s phone or - write; we
.take for.registration only competent and i
' .reliable people -arid ; can furnish help on i
- short notice; no "charge for our services
:at either end. Underwood v Typewriter
■ Co.. 135 Endicott Arcade.
START IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF.
/We want a good man in every county in
" the United States to get exclusive terri
tory and sell- our; patent horse" collars.
T direct to the rconsumers; $100 to $300
-capital is all that is necessary to start
you in' a;■ good, ". paying and permanent
. business I with chances for advancement.'
v Write at once to : the Pneumatic Faced
Horse Collar. Co., jr. V. Stone, Manager,-
Moorhead. ; Minn. ~ '...■ / N
FOR SALE—A • NEWS. CIGAR : AND
confectionery, store: -""also;" living rooms
furnished for housekeeping;: rent, $20;
price. $450. Address R 122. Globe. -
FOR SALE—SAW-MICL LOCATION IN
.Florida; :thirty-two thousand acres-fine
timbered lands; .good transportation;
• terms reasonable. : Alfred r St. Clair-
Ahrams. attorney. Tavares. Fla. ' .
WANTED TO BUY
' •"". ■''--,' \ Real Estate: :- : .■■- ■■.-";
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
or rent with E. P. Roberts;- I make a
- specialty -of care ' of properties and es
■ tates E. P. Roberts.: 45 E. Fourth st.
1 MINES AND MINING :
"CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME"—LIMIT-.
-B ed amount -of :,full-paid : non-assessable
- ;•• stock at .'■ 2%c. and guaranteed ■-■■ to pay
'v 10 per cent interest per year.'. C. W.
Freeman. 510 Baltimore Block, Seventh
and Jackson. ;•* ■"■■ ■■ -f. , -..-" • :
and the United Dressed Beef company
■that they, were willing at any cost to
stand. by the recent Chicago agreement.
President : Donnelly asked . for a con
ference" and called 5 Homer D. ; Call back
to Chicago. -..- Then Messrs. Max D. and
Ferdinand Sulzberger left for Chicago
and it,is understood that an amicable
agreement 'will' be reached. : Pending
the , outcome . of ' this i; conference ' there
will be no strike in this city. v There
is plenty of beef here and the slaughter
houses are busy. :. - : _
; PITTSBURG, --;■ Pa., i July 28. —The
marked decrease .In - the consumption ;of
: meat :in Pittsburgh as a result of the
advance in prices produced by , the" Chi
cago strikel has caused :several-. of the
| larger butchers in Pittsburg to tempo
i rarily suspend business. '-' - .-^ : .r: ; i
BALTIMORE, Md., Juy . 28.—The
price for all X grades of ■; dressed meats
has been advanced two j cents a pound
. in ; ■ the "' last ' day or i two. Arrivals of
dressed meat from the West have prac
tically ceased. '"■"-.'" '- „.
»
j-V ..; Paper Men Rebel :
~ . APPLETON, Wis., r July President
Mackey, of i the International = Papermak
ers' ■ union, who ; has been " conducting j the
strike \in » the Fox i river valley during \ the
last eight weeks, is said to have intimated;
| that unless the manufacturers make a
concession before the end of the present
■ week;- he' will call out every union paper
maker in the country to assist in carrying
the ;. union : point :' in . the mills ~in - this vi
cinity. •■•-•. :^'-, \/;'-.'■ :':".: ~'~\;- ri. ■:::-'^'- :'Ji-^.~'- : i
. Union men :at \a.\ meeting declared;'., they
would return Ito work next Monday morn
ing, and this has stirred up the officials^
It is : believed they will; now resort to the
utmost measures. ; .". r':'r :.'" -v-'.v .;., \•";. '\\ -
Man's Fit Kills Girl
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 28.—
Seized with a at, Joseph Heiser went
on a rampage through Andalusia, on
the Bristol pike. He frightened a little
girl to death, terrorized the barroom
of the Red Lion\inn, smashed furniture
at his home and Vended by throttling a
motorman on a ''passing trolley car,
who finally succeed^*} in everjaowerinjg;
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1904
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED— MaIe
WANTED—AT ONCE; .WHITE PIANO
player; must play good dance music;
wages, $15 a week, room and board;
will send ticket if needed. Address
P- O. Box 193. Pierre. S. P.
WANTED—MEN OUT OF EMPLOY
ment In St. Paul and vicinity to read
this page every day for the profitable
situations tfyat are offered.
SOLICITORS FOR COFFEES AND
teas; good salary; no experience nec
essary. Royal Tea Co.. 289 W. 7th st.
WANTED—FIRST CLASS COOK AT
the Teton hotel. Sioux Falls. S. D.; no
other need apply; good wages.
WANTED—TWO GOOD EXPERIENCED
solicitors, men with newspaper can
vassing experience preferred; a good
proposition to men that can show re
sults. Apply room 603. Ernst building,
between 9 and 10 a. m.
CANVASSERS WANTED FOR "HILL'S
St. Paul Illustrated;" 123 St. Paul views
and quantities of information about the
city. Retail price. 25c. Bring this ad
vertisement and get sample copy for 15
cents, and terms to agents. 'Brown,
Treacy & Sperry Co. .."'"
WANTED—A YOUNG MAN WHO HAS
some knowledge of typewriting for a
minor office position. Address G 169,
Globe.
WANTED—STRONG, WILLING YOUNG
man. 16 to 18 years old. for work on
farm; will make contract for season or
by year; good home for right party; on
rural mail route a hundred miles from
St. Paul; knowledge of English not
necessary. . Apply room 603. Ernst bldg.
WANTED — YOUNG MAN WHO IS
willing to devote his best efforts to our
business; traveling position; salary $15
to $20 a week and expenses; stamped en
velope tor reply. Suite 507-8 Sykes
block. Minneapolis.
WANTED—A GOOD STOCKMAN; ALSO
a good buggy washer, at 369 Selby ay.
SITUATION WANTED-Male
SITUATION WANTED BY A MEAT
and pastry cook; best of references.
Address Cook, 49 West Fourth st.
WANTED—POSITION AS BARTENDER,
lunch man or porter, by a young German
with experience; wages reasonable. Ad
dress J. M.. 4(i3 Blair st.. city.
A YOUNG MAN 20 YEARS OLD, NOT
strong, would like some kind of light
work in Minneapolis. Ernest" E. Worth -
ington. Turtle Lake. W Tis.
GOOD ALL-ROUND- COOK; SOBER
man desires position in country hotel.
Address D. Cook. 147 East Seventh
street. St. Paul. Minn.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A YOUNG
man used to horses and can fire sta
tionary engines, etc. Lewis Ferris,
Hotel Rouleau. .
TWO BRIGHT BOYS OF TWELVE AND
fourteen would like work during vaca
tion distributing bills or in bowling al
leys. Address 1099 Fauquier st.
TWO PAINTERS WANT WORK; ONE
inside finisher. Address 838 Raymond
ay,; Twin City tel., 624?.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION AS
shipping or receiving clerk or packer;
have four years' experience in above
mentioned work; also have a good edxi
cation and could hold a clerical posi
tion. Address T, 975 Margaret st.
WANTED—A POSITION AS COOK BY
a colored man of ten years' fcxperience;
can furnish best of references. Address
"Cook." 552 Wabasha st.
WANTED—POSITION AS JANITOR OR
watchman by man twenty-eight years
old. Address 723 West Seventh, up
stairs. *:
WANTED—POSITION AS DELIVERY
man; well acquainted in city. Address
723 West Seventh st. upstairs.
SITUATION WANTED AS STEWARD
in St. Paul or Minneapolis; five years'
experience in some of the best hotels in
Chicago and elsewhere. A. C. Mc-
Glone. 127 East Eleventh st., St. Paul.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN
-Btallment plan. Hard Times Harness
Factory. 644 RiCf st.
BARRETT O. ZIMMERMAN, MIDWAY
Horse Market, St. Paul, have the larg
est assortment of horses in the North
west" part time given, if desired.
IF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL
remember that Barrett & Zimmerman,
at Midway. St. Paul, are always ready
to buy and pay cash.
FOR SALE—A GRAY PACER; CAN GO
better than 2:20; at Selby avenue barns;
reason for selling, leaving town. ,
FOR SALE—JUST THE WAGON FOR
baker or milkman: paneled glass slid
ing doors; cost $185: run seven months.
Pomeroy's livery. E. Bth and Jackson.
FOR SALE—TWO PONIES; ALSO
wagon, harness, sleighs, etc. Apply
Sylvester Montour, Sixth and Cedar sts.
DYEING AND REPAIRING
CITY DYE HOUSE —FRENCH DRY
cleaning: largest and best dry cleaning
house in the Northwest. 420 Wnbasha.
PRINTING
PRINTING! PRINTING!. PRINTING!—
Promptly and cheaply done. R. C.
Kelly Co.. 313 Minnesota st. T. C. 1599.
STORAGE
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO THE
Pacific coast on household good 3or
emigrant movables; prompt - service;
lowest rates. The Boyd Transfer &
Storage Co.. Minneapolis.
Heiser and turned him over to the po
lice.
Six-year-old Marian Rankin was the
victim of Heiser's dementia. The child
had always stood in terror of Heiser
and she fled in fright to her mother
whenever she saw him. When Heiser,
waiving his arms wildly in the air and
screaming at the top of his voice, ran
toward her in front of the Rankin home
the little girl started to escape from
him, but before she had gone a dozen
feet she was overcome with terror and
fell unconscious In the roadway. She
died a few moments afterwards.
Negro Woman Uses Gun on Mob
LOCKPORT, Texas, July 28.—A mob of
masked whitecappers have killed one ne
gro and severely beaten another, both
victims being residents of this vicinity.
The mob first visited Tom Coperton,
■who was taken from his home and merci
lessly beaten. From Coperton's cabin the
mob went to the home of John Larremore
and endeavored to enter the house. Lar
remore's wife opened fire on the mob
which the whitecappers returned. After
the fusilade Larremore was found dead in
the hallway of his house.
Negro Joir.s "Frat"
NEW HAVEN, Conn., July 28.—Wil
liam Pickens, the young colored man
who was graduated with high honors
at Yale a napnth ago, has just been
notified of his election to membership
in the Phi Beta Kappa society. It is
customary for the men selected to re
ceive notifications during commence
ment week.
In explanation of Pickens' failure to
receive the election to which he seem
ed eligible as a high standing man," it
was given out at the time that the soci
ety had adopted a rule that men who
had not entered college when the class
as a whole entered, should be consid
ered as not entitled to election except
by special consent of the society. It
was said that this rule barred Pickens,
but the society now seems to have
.made an exception in .his case. He is
the only colored maxi belonging to the
society.
Train Bandit Held *
SPOKANE, Wash.. July 28.—George F.
Hammond, one of the bandits who dyna-
1 THEjQLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
i _ * V
HELP WANTED-female
WANTED—YOUNG GIRLS AND WOM
s^r en who are seeking employment to re
alize ,that. they- can best secure situa
_ tions through reading the Help Wanted
-->. columns of .The Globe daily. ' v: ' ■
TYPEWRITERS^ FOR^.RENT,fS3'- PER
r month; i supplies for : all ; makes ±of ; ma- •
v chines; stenographers furnished for any
•I make of machine free of charge. Smith
-J Premier i. Typewriter V Co.. ■■- 136 ~ East
. - sixth-. St. ~-- , .-;-.-- •:.•-..,--:-; .-■•
X.\ SITUATION WANTED >
'":' ■ ':'■- -'■■■•:.vo^^^.-::'#^'em'a/e•iwr^.y:^.■V-^^-^?,
WANTED— WOK a TAKING CARE ; OF
R a rooming house or flat,- or similar; work, ■:
;:i,..9y* a lady .; whose husband-s health
poor; must have ' a few rooms :■>■ for
: "; housekeeping in : - the building. - Mrs.
|': George Rice.^general delivery, city.J> :
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSE-!
- keeper or some light work suitable -for
; lady with small child; will work rea
•:sonable; wants steady place for winter;
;■{■ no • objection to leaving city; call after
■• noons only. \ 521 v Broadway, ■ between
<y Tenth. and Eleventh sts. .>> *.*■?■ ■•■■?.-.
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSI
r. tion as stenographer; is willing ;to be
.; gin = for; practice. Address L. L. T., 350
-- East Seventh st.; city.- ■■■';. -~: -.: < -;'■■
WANTED—TO GO OUT WASHING AND
--, take home. 370 Dayton: ay. •" - ~:v -:.-
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WOULD
• ii ra. ew more engagements in - fam
- lies.'. Address G IGB. Globe. :■ y.'- ..-- r yr-A
WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO TAKE
r home washing:. rough dried; : * men's un
- derwear a - specialty. - Address . Mrs. H.,
? --611 Jenks St.. city. ■-■:.■,■ ' : .
WOMAN WANTS TO GO OUT WASH
:• ing. 223 Chestnut st. --:*-<: ::^-,>^;.
POSITION WANTED—BY LADY BOOK
keeper, with. references; willing to leave
city. -Address 470 East Ninth st.
YOUNG GIRL WOULD LIKE A PLACE
' as nurse girl and. assist in housework.
.-Write or inquire 'at 611 Jenks St., r St.
„P aul. Minn. "'". ~ ' -?■-: ■:?: y.-:., .■
--POSITION WANTED BY LADY BOOK
keeper; can furnish. references.. Address
V H. 5.,470 East Ninth-st. ■■.;-,. " [ :■::,:,_":. :;
GOOD ALL-ROUND COOK DESIRES
: position. in - country£ - hotel. i Address !
- Cook. No.-147 East Seventh: st. '■ • - ■.■-,.
.YOUNG-LADY STENOGRAPHER' DE
. sires position... in office; will work rea
:. sonable. Address , 394 f Banffl ; st., St.
Paul.
A GIRL WISHES PLACE TO WORK
a for her room and board. Miss Mary
;'... tlynn, :care general delivery, ~ St. Paul,
; ' ■■ Minn. J-~ ■ ! -.■- ■■';: -r-Jj-. * *..t-.., ';■;;-■■ -. ••• '
WANTED—BY A N^tAT GERMAN GIRL,'
general housework in a small family or
'-■a£. nurse ' girl.: Can 556 Wabasha-st.;!
third floor, room %0. city. -y '
HOUSEKEEPER !.««. WOULD LMKE A i
•". P ace in 1 Montana or Washington. Ap
~ ply by letter only. ;Mrs. L. May. 153 "
.-Cleveland ay.. Men-jam Park, Minn.-..,.
WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO DO IRON
ing or.houseclea'nlng; no washing. 153
- Cleveland ay.. , Merriam Park. ':* - ' ■_■'
WOMAN WANTS DAY WORK FOR
.. Monday, Tuesday and : Thursday. Mrs.
:-G-295 West Central. -el-../ ;; y
SALESLADY -WANTS -POSITION IN
|. department store, or to take 1 charge of
v small store; five years'- experience. Ad
, . dress F. M , 419 Grove st.^-^-.';,;,
WANTED—BY YOUNG GIRL TWELVE
::. years- old. - position -to take ■. care of baby. I
■• - Address 1107 : Marion ; st. )U! I ti - ; :: v ; ;, >.: ;
: PA TENT A TTQRNEYS
WILLIAMSON : <£. MERCHANT TJAMES
• F. .Williamson and Frank D. Merchant)
„- patent attorneys and solicitors. , Main
t office, 929-935 Guaranty Loan Bids..
.Minneapolis, Minn.; branch. Room 62,
: McGlll Bide.. Washington. D. C:^.-• •';•'•; r
! : CARPET CLEANING
••-; :-?•-': Rug. Manufacturers .^
UP-TO-DATE UPHOLSTERING, MAT
ri tress ': renovating, ';; carpet -■ ■■-'■ cleaning. '
•. Schroeder & Dickinson, 16 East l Sixth 1]
. ; i St.. both, phones. '•',.-,"-; r;/ •
SEWING MACHINES :
600. SINGERS, WHITES. DOMESTIC
and 1 Wheeler &* Wilson at $8.75. Drop I
'_."• heads -at: $13.50;' free- trial, m '■'.- 99 West
". Seventh st.tl^v , • '-.•-;■ J." >-%.^;:
--:' INSTRUCTION -
MRS. ST. JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL
. of Lyceum Dramatic School.,- will give
• lessons in St. Paul in the Art of Speech,
Voice Building. Elocution-and, Reading.:
- Defects -of speech speedily corrected.
'. Prof. . Titcombs studio,' O'Halloran'
Bldg.. Mondays end Thursdays, 2<", to
_-:'~6 p. m. ../--. .*■'..-:. .-..-._■.:.■.-""..
ROOM and BOA RD •■ WANTED.
two ROOMS. Burnished. OR UNFUR-.
nished, with* bpard. for .young married.
couple. Address*G 170. Globe. ' ±. ". -.-•-.
ROOM and BOA RDOFFERED
BOARD AND ROOM OFFERED—Ev
?; erything convenient; all newly furnished;
:. prices ; reasonable. Apply at -459 Igle
-hart st. . "''•■- . -...■'•■.■■•-. -. :'"-■'; •-.-.-..
J BUSINESS PERSONALS
REEVES' r IRON - PILLS ARE JUST
~ the . thing, for people sick of - being . tired;
. ji and ; for people 1 tired '■ of; being ■ sick;' try
■ them. S. H. Reeves, Druggist. " Seven
Corners; money cheerfully: refunded.
mited a . Northern Pacific passenger train
near Bearmouth, Mont., on the .night' of.
June ' 16, has made full confession l- ;i to
Sheriff Doust, of this county, and; the of
.ficials ,of \ the .; railroad company.■'•_... . : II
;• The - highwayman - says S the -' booty was
about* $3,508 in money and about 400 small
diamonds. §In .-: the division {he got ■ all j the
diamonds and $1,500 cash. The: bandit
guided the officers : to: his .. ; _ cache near
Coeur d'Alene Sunday, and i they > dug up
.350, diamonds and $225 in money. He also
guided the officers to another hiding place
near Hillyard, where *|169; more was re
covered., ;-';■-.... ....' -i..^
France Sends Ships- to Morocco ,;.-.-..,'
TOULON, ,^ July 28.— Under orders from
Vice Admiral ; Gigon; the armored -cruiser
Kleber^arid" the third-class cruiser Galilee
sailed for Tangier tonight. The orders giv
en to the commanders of the cruisers were
to "hold themselves at - the disposition of
the minister : France.";:.-'.'.l -V; *.'■■? ''.]
fi. Officials. of the ministry of; marine state
that this t action is "not to be considered in
any aspect other than pacific, that it is
j desirable in \ the ; present unpleasant condi
; tion of Morocco for ; the French \ govern
ment ;to be represented 'by > the two war
ships so as to impress thenatives. *:\%',
"fit. is suggested that the orders are the.
outcome of the representations made 5 by:
lon Perdiearis to Foreign Minister Del
casse. ."'■-t".. :",'~";.T! ■-' -}'■ -". '■-'"■ '-''- ; "r. '-':' ' '■:
i -" "; Held for Clark Robbery - i_
j NEW YORK, •; July 28.—William Cole
man, who -' is '■■ said by the police to have
an • extensive prison record, has been ar
rested ■ here, on suspicion of '.:. being- the
man who 5 stole i $60,000 worth ;of -; jewelry
from - Mrs. Clark, : daughter-in-law of Mr?.
:. Henry ;> Codman Potter, -r at f, Cooperstown.
\N. V., about four weeks ago. None of
■ the " jewels ' has been ' recovered. -';.;■,— ■ /'.;:
J s Walbrldge Is Named '^^Ji-
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., July 28.—Hon. Cyrus
'■ \P. Walbridge. cat J: St. Louis, >: was i nomi
nated or - governor of Missouri at 10:45
tonight on the first j ballot taken by the
; state Republica^conventton: gHe polled •
' 522 ? votes ; out fof (a,"5 total rof 765. Senator
John C- McKinley, of t UnionA polled
; 151% votes; ; J.-H. Bothwell. of ii Sedalia,
104%; v Leo Rassieur, of I St. Louis, 45/Js'"
\i — ■ % -
<''""-' J/.':~<i Secures Tourist Travel v": :->'-;;_--:; •
MONTREAL, July 28.—The Canadian
i Pacific railroad lias leased'! the Lindsay,
> C*>"-«r-^: •-■■■■■ :.-j. - ■:■-■„■ <-- -it :--^y^-J -. -.-?; • '-_ v' ■." l*.-?K
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
FOR SALE—City Real Estate
gooocooqcooooooocccsdoooooo
O : J-WEAViLL;FURNISH MONEY ;Q
§O >WE WILL FURNISH MONEY 8
TO BUY OR BUILD FOR YOU Q
O Any ; amount, any where.' any time, - ©
« payments very easy, less than rent. Q
0 __ :i ? ; $4 STARTS YOU = ui*^"-\. Q
C* You > may -as « well - own r your i own 5
w; home; call and investigate -?. : .. . -" Q
R > AMERICAN REAL ESTATE V r[
-8 INVESTMENT ' LOAN ' CO.. - %
© 520 GLOBE BLDG.. ST. PAUL. g
OQOaOOOOQOQaOOOOOQOOOOQOQO
LIST YOUR RENTAL AND REALTY
;:. properties with us; <no delay in making
<■<:. sales, ;; and <■ we can :s rent - your home. i
-2 Great Western ;Real ;Estate-- and Loan
Co . 43S OilfJllan Bide. ; ■ .
! SALE—Farm Lands
LAND BARGAINS—KANSAS, NEBRAS
,. ka, • Colorado. .Wyoming;' 10 . years' time.
.Union v Pacific Agency.. 135 East Sixth
st. (Ryan Hotel). St.- Paul. Minn.
PROPERTY TO TRADE EVERYWHERE
—City property; and farm lands for sale,
v homestead \ relinquishments, government
locations on timber or farm lands. Write
■ for ; our * monthly/ :■" magazine. — "Spokane:
; - Trader." -.- Sparks - Bros.. "P. O. " Box No.
-„ 1693. Spokane. Washington. ' -: -'
■> FOR SALE—Houses
THE VERY BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN
in ; the line : of houses ~ for. sale are al
-ways, to be found under this classifica
-: tion of The Globe. :■ :-. ' -.
REMOVAL NOTICE
1 have moved my office to No.. 45 East
: Fourth St.,-ground floor;.call on me for
: anything and everything in the - line of.
;realestat<\ rentals," fire insurance • and
~y mortgage .loans. E. P. Roberts, -"• No. 45
; East -Fourth st. -'.-.■■ . . .:;
$4,000—16-ROOM HOUSE ON ACKER
.;.- street, near Cortland; a: fine investment
• V if made into flats; will trade for small
acre place with buildings. -. E. P. Rob
erts. 45 East Fourth st. -
14-ROOM HOUSE ON JACKSON
St.; large lot. ; E. P.: Roberts, 45 East
; Fourth st. :■■;:-;; ,--.: . - ,/;
i — ——■ -=s
FOR SALE— Sidewalk Tile
STONE SIDEWALKS LAID IN ALL
r .-.parts of the city; -moderate prices. St.
Paul Stone Co.. Tenth - and Wabasha.
1.. Tel. 783 T. .C. ■'-. ' . -
FOR SALE—Typewriters
WANT-ED—MEN AND WOMEN EVERY-'
■ ■ where •;• to "r appreciate that '. every ■»: day
there are texcellent chances, to better
.-them selves,'offered- in thpse columns. -J
FOR SALE—Miscellaneous -"■'
A GOOD MANY REASONS WHY WE
I can save you money; :we thoroughly un
| derstand 1 the -diamond business; a great !
j many do not know a" plug from a gem;
we buy them for what they really are
I ■ and sell them for what.they really are;
- we ;buy. : at our own price from those
that want money; we can make a profit
and save you quite a margin. . E. Ly
tle's Diamond Parlors,"4ll Robert St.,
second floor; established in 1875. ■'.■:.-.
BY ORDER ;OF THE GOVERNMENT,
. officers' quarters, frame* buildings at
t Fort, Snelling. are being torn dcrwn; lum
: | ber of; all kinds and other material sold:
! On premises; .bring team. - _-.. :.'■■_
WILL ACCEPT ANY REASONABLE
m spot cash offer for my two-carat dia
: mond ring; will not trade. X 145, Globe.
|;,." FINANCIAL ■ --'.■:;
i - '5 Per Cent and 6 Per Cent, V
!.-■• ■'•'-■ ;-;_-;\,-.; MONEY jj_;/ ...^:: ','?
I ':- '•':■-•;' rIN ANY AMOUNT.V" >: v .! "->;'.!
with the "on or before"- privilege, to
'.loan : "en.,-. St. Paul • improved - real estate.
I 1 ROBERT L. WARE & CO..
1 ' 201 Germania Life Building.
FARM MORTGAGES, VARYING FROM
!■:'; $500.00 '. to $2,000.00, -on | good improved
;. farms, drawing 6 - per cent interest, . for
sale by E. H. Hobe, New York Life
' Bldg. ..■■■- .'..--•.■-■, ■>.-■■■ --. •;. --
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
-out mortgage or • indorser. - Only se
: curity your name.; Others:, on house
hold furniture, pianos, . etc.,. without -re- *
moval from your possession. - Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co., SI6-317 Pioneer
:--"- Press Bldp. '. ' . ■ '. '.--- . •■ '••;."
Qhnrt I AiltiC AT LOWES'. rates
AJIIUI 1. l~Uull3 on easy payment plan.
Furniture: pianos. **t<\ •- 730 Globe Bldg.
ST. PAUL FINANCIAL CO.—LOANS ON
; salaries, .:. furniture .-■ and pianos, - with
' ":out removal; : lowest rates in city; call
- and see us. Room 301 New York Life
.~Bldg.;;_ :■;•.. . # : - :
_ »
FOR SALE—Pianos, Organs
FINE .WALNUT DECKER ; UPRIGHT
piano;. original price $500; we .will close
:it out at $198. - '
yf; >:-■• S. <W. - raudenbush & co.,
".. Sixth and Peter streets.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT—IN HILL DIS
: trict below Dale, modern .■ unfurnished
" house; must have at least five sleeping
. -rooms..-.' E. A. Young, ;■;• care Finch,
..'■■ Young &.McConville. -r
Bobcajgon & Pontypool railway, -■ which'
.runs . from . Burketon to Bobcaygon, a dis
tance of sixty-one miles. The new line
gives", the Canadian Pacific ' entrance' to
the Muskoka ■ region, a section in which
the 'i Grand -.Trunk : has had a monopoly'!
■. of extensive tourist business.
Sultan Ready to Fight -
.TANGIER, July 28. —According '. to
news from Fez the sultan. is collecting
a.big army outside that city. : : The 'im
perial tent ; has - already z been pitched
outside the ; walls ; of I Fez, which is
taken Ito ■ indicate' that the sultan will
personally; lead his forces against ; the
pretender, who '_ is :. active in the - dis
tricts of Taza and Ujda.
PROPOSALS FOR HOSE ''_:.■
- ; . Office of the ,: .
'■ -• Board of Fire Commissioners, -•'' :
' ' / St.- Paul, Minn.. July 29. 1904. J
-- Sealed bids-wiiT be received .. at this of
five : until Wednesday, August 17, 1904, at
|4 p. m., for 1 furnishing and delivering to
! the Fire ; Department of 'x. this 7 city -^. one
I ; thousand t( 1.000): feet L\ of ~ rubber .- "steam
! fire ;engine hose, 2%-inch internal diam
; eter, ■■; fitted ;-i all * complete .-i with i-.' Casweir
I Automatic couplings, Higbee patent thread;
• hose Itol be four-ply with I five-ply ) capped
: ends, * and '■■. to vbe either .-, White 1 Anchor or
Maltese Cross ■ brands; said hose itol be ! de
livered free *of charge In" the City of : St.
Paul..guaranteed Ito perform ■- three years'
service (from date of going; into service)
under any pressure that may be applied to:
it by any .steam .fire engine in ; the service
of : : said ■ city : during .■ said term " of three
years. ■•;.■--:;■■>■—. -.:--::-:..:.--.--/ ■-:-^---.- i
r. The * Board < reserves the right :to : reject "
I any and all bids. -.-.,: '.-:>;■-■, :-■--
Froposals to 'be '■ indorsed "Proposals for
Hose" and addressed to ; the I undersigned.
I Bond 1 will «be S required - for ; faithful per
i formance :. of the : contract .~ - ■: y-'i'i
i^ By > order of the Board. — .;'.-.
> " " , i :-"' WM. OGORMAN.;
"ir; . • •"-'.". ■''"'■'■■ - --■ --•'-, Secretary. :
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING COAL
• '•■ Sealed H proposals 7i for ~lj furnishing ~ J the:
City of New Prague -' electric light plant
with t coal jon r a '•'■ yearly ~. contract will be
: received iby >-Albert *J. Rynda, City z Clerk,
New Prague,* Minn., < until 8. p. m. Wednes
day. Aug.. 3, « 1904. '. G°r '-"',-: i ..:, ~*- i; ■;.
5 j Right -. to 1 reject 1 any Xor ' all ' bids is re
-1 served. •'•■"?" ~.f_ _>1";.:;r .; '•■; "-■"■•v"-.' ■-■:.'-:7'.<.~??~'
Dated at > New Prague, Minn., this 26th
day of July, 1904. ,^^'^ ~>- -± ' :, -
: '.-^-. , -■ *-_;.ALBERT J. RYNDA. : -r"4
■■■''""'-'£ ..■■'■'.'." " -~tfJi:'.:r,':---~: ''~~iri.-/■•* CityvClerk.•"■":
•^^•-^1:^: July 27-1904-5t „,: +'Ji
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
—~*i
- r Forty Martha Washington Needles
WITH EACH GLOBE WANT AD
— — ————____ - • '•■'* -.-■-. 5 .£. -. -j ■ .
"iTIhIP " {fnilffftifao will V 8 a package"; containing fcfrty
Bilg:-.iaDTO(g^Marth> Washington Needles «ith ev-ry
111 - ,-■ -■— ...cash want ad received at the office or
- . left with any druggist. Thss: needles
ars warranted to excel all other brands in finish and -quality
: The eyas are. beveled ; and gauged; thereby making sewing
much easier. Th« package contains 25 assorted sharps:
I Glove N=edl 9 1 Chenille \ Nsedle 2 Fine Darners -
1 Milliners Nsedle 2 Cotton Darnirs^ l-SllkDarn*r
1 Tape NeedleK-; - 1 Yarn Needle . 1 Caroet Needle
1 Worsted -Needl.«- 2 Wool Darners 1 Sho* Button Needle
Send Your Next Want Ad to The Giobo
and Receive a Package of Needles Free
FOR RENT-Houses
$4000—234 PLEASANT AY., 9 ROOMS,
brick, all modern, steam heating plant;
open plumbing. E. P. Roberts, 45 East
Fourth st.
REMOVAL NOTICE
I have moved my office to No. 45 East
Fourth st.. ground floor; call«on me for
anything and everything: in the line of
real estate, rentals, fire insurance and
mortgage loans. E. P. Roberts, No. 45
East Fourth st.
FOR RENT— Flats
FOR SENT—FURNISHED FLAT; 8
rooms; possession at once; $65 per
month; Flat 10. Waldorf, corner Sum
mit and St. Albans. Tnnuire janitor.
- MEDICAL
PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D., SPE
clalist. All diseases of women quickly
cured; ovarian difficulties and irregulari
ties skillfully treated; consultation free.
412 Nieollet ay., Minneapolis; fourth
floor.
MEDICAL — MRS. DR. F. G. McKAY,
electricity, massage and magnetic treat
ments; will cure rheumatism, insomnia
and all nervous diseases. Office, 90b
Northwestern Bldg.. 322 Hennepin, Min
neapolis. Hours. 9 to 9. M. 1717 Ll.
LADIES! USE MY REMEDY, THE
greatest monthly regulator; best, safest:
always reliable; relieves in three to five
days; price, $2.00; particulars free. Ad
dress Mrs. T Wagner, 43% East Third
St., St. Paul. Minn.
PERSONAL f
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST—DIS
eases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; new book. 26c; all you need to
know; private home. Minneapolis office.
412 Nieollet ay.
DR. HINZ.
Specialist in rupture and diseases of man.
Concury Mdg.. 4th st. and Ist ay. s.. Mpig.
DR. WHEELER,
The old reliable specialist, forty-three
years' experience; special attention to
female diseases. Call or write the doc
tor. Room 306 Glebe Bldg., Minneap
olis. Tel.. T. C. 335.
PROFESSIONAL GENTLEMAN WITH
fine practice and very wealthy Ueslrea
capable and deserving wife. Address
Mr. Brown. 302 Dearborn St.. Chicago.
PERSONAL—MRS. KATE JOHNSON
gives magnetic treatments; also will call
at your home and guarantee to cure you
of eczema in four d£>ys. Res. 419-421
Washington ay. s.. Minneapolis. Room 14.
CLAIRVOYANTS
PALMISTRY, CLAIRVOYANCE AND
Spiritualism. Prof. Ely—Tells your life
from the crr.dle to the "grave; love, busi
ness, sickness, hidden treasures, pat
ents, etc.; he convinces the most skep
tical; he tells all without asking a
question; his life has been devoted to i
the work and if he does not give per
fect satisfaction he does not ask pay;
hours from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. 326 WA
BASHA ST., THIRD FLOOR, corner
Fourth. Cap be seen Sunday.
LADY LOOK—GENTLEMAN LOOK—
EVERYBODY LOOK
He has come! The great Paul Reeves,
the medium palmist clairvoyant. This
man comes to St. Paul with a reputation
that is world wide; he tells you every
thing you want to know. He has open
ed offices in the Sterling hotel. Ninth
and Wabasha; charges, 50 cents.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Greenwood Avenue, From 125
Feet North of Isabel Street to Center of
Delos Street
Office oi the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul. Minn., July 22, 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works In and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul. Minne
sota, at their office in said city, until 2
p. m. on t_fe Second (2d) day of August,
A. D. 1904. for the construction of a sewer
on Greenwood avenue, from a point 125
feet north of Isabel street to the center of
Delos street, in said city, according to
plans and specifications on file in the office
of said Board. —
A bond with at least two (2) sureties In
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent,
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul
in a sum of at least ten (10) per cent of
the gross amount bid, must accompany
each bid. Said check shall be made pay
able to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
JOHN S. GRODE.
President.
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
July 23-1904-10t
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Banfil street, From Dousman to
Smith Avenue
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul. Minn.. July 22. 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul, Minne
sota, at their office in said city, until 2
p. m. on the Second (2d) day of August,
A. D. 1904. for the construction of a sewer
On Banfil street, from Dousman street to
Smith avenue, in said city, according to
plans and specifications on file in the of
fice of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent,
or a certified check on a bank of- St. Paul
in a sum of at least ten (10)" per cent of
the gross amount bid. must accompany
each bid. Said check shall be made, pay
able to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves tftfe right to re
ject any and all bids.
JOHN S. ORe_E.
President.
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works,
July 23-1904-10t
When In doubt as to how your money
should be invested, read "The Globe's
Paying "Wants." I
a ■ a
THE GLOBE'S I
WANTSI
»-.;:'.-.'-';,;-, „;-./ —— ——a
MASSAGE
MRS. DR. STEINE—SCIENTIFIC M/o
--sagre and baths; all kinds. 27 East Ser-
enth st. Suite Wo™ 3- 21 EaSt S*V
MISS T.,OLSTAD, TRAINED MAS
seuse; baking process; massage; scalp
treatment; open Sundays, 309 Phoenix
hldg.. N. W. phone. Main 742 I, 1.
ACRES— For Sale
,500—FIVE ACRES WITH BUILDINGS;
just outside.city limits. E. P. Roberts
4o East Fourth st.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Lafond Street, From Western to
■> Arundel Street
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul, Minn., July 22 1904
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
Board of Public Works in and for the cor
poration of the City of St. Paul. Minne
[ sota, at their office in said city, until 2
p. m. on the Second (I'd) day of August,
A. D. 1904, for the construction of a sewer
on Lafond street, from Western avenue to
Arundel street.- in said city, according to
plans and specifications on file in the of
fice of said Board.
A bond with at least two (2) sureties in
a sum of at least twenty (20) per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul
in a sum of at least ten (10). per cent of
the gross amount bid. must accompany
each bid. Said check-shall be made pay
able to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
JOHN S. GRODE.
■" President.
Official: R. L. GORMAN,
... Clerk Board, of Public Works.
i , - , July 23-1904-10t ... .
; "■•"• TRAVELER'S GUIDE
rt-'Z^.- Union Depot. Sibley Street. -y ;?.}■.
Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul
as follows:
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Ticket Office, 332 Robert Street. Phone Main V,l
. *Daily. ? tEx. Sun- . • . - Leave- Arri 7.9
St. Cloud, Fergus Falls, Fargo t 8.30 am f 5.»> in
Willmar. Sod City, Fargo.-., t 925 am t 6.1 m
Flyer to Pacific ...... '10.30 am * 2.45 in
Wayzataand Hutchinsoi. t 5.43 pm t 9.?5 in
Puget Sound Express * 5.00 p-n * 10.40 in
Winnipeg Express ♦ 7.50 pm * 8.05 \->
{Fargo, Grand Forks." Win- 1 ;,«,_, ■ «i »_ ■
nipse. £00 Falls. Sod City i 755 pm ''" i 2
n..i..iu Gopher Express. .. * 9.00 am* 1.30 311
DUIUtIK via Princeton, Mita;a t 2.35 pn t 1.19 an
(Night Express....... *11.10pml* 6.33 an
Chicago Great Western Ri
"The Maple Lea! Route."
CllyOtflCK 6th and Rsbsrt Stt. Phoni 153 M.
tExcept Sunday; others Daily. s^ Bp™, £<£*/ 1
Chicago and East. Dubuque. ( »-J°» m ?"2f™i
Oelweln. Mclntire. HayfieH j^JOP*
Kansas City, St. Joseph, Los ( 10-50 sm 7-38 pm I
' Molnss, Marshalltown, Wa- < . 8.30 pm 7.10 am j
terloo - .. ...... il.2opm 12-40pm'
Red Wine, Rochester, Fari- f tS.2sam +7-00 pm [
bault. Mankato ... ... I 5.27 pm '10.25 am'
- Dodge Center. Hayfield . 5-10 pm 10. am!
Austin. Mason City, Ft-Doige 8.10 am 7.38 pml
. Carroll, Council Bluffs and -
Oman. — .■■ ... 8.30 pm 7-20 am
TICKET (o%\ Cor. FiftH
\A___P<J and
OFFICE £*^*£ Robert
""" ". ' ■.- " LeaTe | Arriv»
F!i; ocS.."^..^ec^... La. k. et 8.401 +5.50 p»
NORTH COAST LIMITED^A. "10.15^ #_._o_
Fergus Falls, Dakota and «v nrtp *n nr A
Manitoba Express . O.UUm 1.-Uii
*!&:}£:**!":***:«• '1Q.15L 'Ut
Dulutli - - '8:55: "6:20:
and b •2:25; *2:60:
Superior *||.||)> '6:25^
* Dally- B_ad_.Y. Both 'Phones 1288.'
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Cs.
Office 34 Ro-srt. Union >*»&
--. .Telephone Calls—s6l N. W.—«9OT. C
,:Leave [ / tEx. Sunday : "Dally Arrl»» •
:tß.2Oam : Walsrtown and Storm Li: > t5.55r>7i
t9-00am ....Omahaand Das Molass..' .. t7.50p7i
«5.40 pm' ...Estherville and MailM* . ' *10.35 m
I. I Pill to Chicaco. St. -Till i & * 0. ) )1 il
•8.00 pm iOmahakDssMolnis(Limitsd) I *io3j_
Wisconsin Central Ry
TRA^ MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO
Leave 8.35 a. m. arid 7.40 p. m. dally.
Arrive 8.15 a. m. and 4.30 p. m. daily.
:-■■': -:■■■'.-- . Both Phones 694. ■'::■:'.■) . '■■'-'
C. St. P. M. & O. Ry.
Office: 306 Robert S_ Phoni 48). -
■ »Ex. Sun. '-'Others Daily-, '-. LEAVE ARR[Vg
:Chicago. Mil., Madison *.".:... -8.30 am " 9.50 ?ii
Chicago "Fast Mail" •-..'..... 6.35pm 9-35 in
NOSrHW£STEaNUWITE3. .... 8.35pm : 7.2U_i
;Chicago "Atlantis Express".. 10.50pm 4.45 pm
?Dnluta.Superior. Ashland.... *B.loam ' *4.30->n
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