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THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
There is Nothing so Easy
In the world as to increase your business by proper advertising. And
such advertising is not expensive when you use"
The Globe's Paying Wants
If you want to BUY OR SELL ANYTHING you can accomplish your ob
ject through thsss inexpensive little ads. Next tima you advertise, remember.
The Globe's Paying Wants
20 WORDS 20 CENTS===
LEAVE WITH ANY DRUGGIST OR 'PHONE 1065, EITHER LINE
7
A Few of the Branch Offices Where 4ds Are Received for
"The Globe's Paying Wants"
CONGER BROS.. Druggists. Selby ave
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. ■ -..■'-'
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist. Maria ave
nue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO.. Druggists, Selby
End Western .avenues. . -"■
RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists, Selby and
- —Western avenues. ;
A. J. PCHUMACHER. Druggist. 499 West
Seventh street. -
J. W. < NELSON, Druggist. Dale and Un!
--l • versify. ■: • - ■: . :
C. T. HELLER. Druggist. Willard. St.
• Peter nnrl Tenth, streets.. ■ "
C. F. RUTHERFORD. Druggist. St. Peter
" B»»d Fourth streets. ; '
J. P .TKLI^EK & CO.. Druggists, 961
AV^st Seventh street. -
J. P. .TELTNEK & CO.. Druggists. West
Seventh iTnd Sherman streets. ~ . -
W. K.»COLLIER. Dmeeist- East Seventh
• street.' corner Sibley - .
A. A CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and
- Rordo streets. ...
H. L. -McCOTJ/. Druggist. 483 ■Rroadway.
DRIES PHARMACY, corner Ninth and
- St. ■ Peter streets. - -■--'. - • ~..
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 972
East Seventh street.' . -. :"
IT. W. -DTCKMAN. Druggist. 830 East
T.~: Sovprfth corner Beech. ■ \
A. L. WiWT.SEY. Druggist. Prior and St.
Anthony avenues. .
VITAL STATISTICS
Marriage Licenses
John TTammar. Emily Johnson.
Jess*. E. Lisk. Selma W. Johnson.
Marks Cahn. Celia Grozooske. _
George H. Lagnare. Sadi Gummold.
Births
Mrs. Gilbert Gunefson, Bunker and Con
cord, girl.
Mrs. c. W. Farnham. 546 Marshall, girl.
Mrs James Fitzpatrick. 288 Duke, girl.
Mrs. James Pasl. 933 Sylvan, girl.
Mrs. John Kimmel. 644 Randolnh, girl
Mis. J. F. Klein. 11S7 East Third, boy.
Mrs. E. Esper, 16 East Augusta, boy.
Mrs. Henry R. Hall, 521 Wabasha, girl.
Mrs. L. Rosenblum, 271 Kentucky, girl.
Mrs. J. C. McDermott. 554 Broadway, girl.
Mrs. E. R. Allen. Luther hospital "girl.
Mrs. Albert Farmon, 515 Omaha, boy.
Mrs. Oscar Peterson, 783 Beech, girl
Mrs. James Hanson. 386 East Sixth, 'boy.
Deaths
W. I. V. Nichols, St. Joseph's hos., 37 yrs
Caroline Furnell. 192 Goodrich, 78 yrs.
T. B. Keller. 39 West Summit. 2 yrs.
James Hanson. 386 East Sixth. 3 days.
L. M. Smith. 742 St. Peter. 6fi yrs.
Thomas G. McAllister. St. Joseph's hospi
tal. CO yrs.
BUILDING PERMITS
E. G. Perry, two-story frame dwell
ing, south side of Dayton, between
Cleveland and Wilder $2,500
Newman & Hoy, one-story tool
house, north side of Sturgis, be-^
tween Western and Garfield 1,000
P. Nordstrom, one and one-half
story frame dwelling, east side of
Glendale, between Wabash and
Franklin 1,800
William Whipple, two-story frame
dwelling, west side of South Rob
ert, between Curtice and Tyler 2,500
H. & Val J. Rothschild, repairs to
two-story brick building, east side
of Jackson, between Fourth and
Fifth 3,500
F. H. Lloyd, two-story frame dwell
ing, south side of Ashland, be
tween Oxford and Chatswortli 4,500
Six minor permits, aggregating 3,100
RECLAMATION FUND
ATTAINS LARGE SIZE
Receipts From Public Land
Entries Last Fiscal Year
Raise It to $23,090,000
Globe Special Washington Service,
1417 G Street
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 26.—Re
ceipts from public land entries during the
last fiscal year will raise the federal rec
lamation fund to more than $23,000,000.
Preliminary figures given out by the com
missioner of the general land office today
place the total receipts at the various
land offices in the fiscal period 1904 at
J8.795.593, aS against $10,557,618 in 1903.
Settlement on the public domain was
somewhat retarded last year by several
causes. One of the most obvious was
the regulation of the interior department,
which required that all entries under the
timber and stone act should be inspected
by a special agent before issuance of
title.
This measure was taken by Secretary
Hitchcock to prevent wholesale land
frauds and it was in force during three
quarters of the last fiscal year. Another
cause of the smaller number of entries
was the extensive withdrawal of lands,
ostensibly in the'interest of the govern
ment's forest reserve policy, but in real
ity (in some cases) to stop the ring of
land grafters from carrying on their oper
ations pending the official investigation
■which was instituted early m the year.
Big Reclamation Fund
The significance of the "receipts from
public land sales is, of course, that about
nine-tenths of all the collections at land
offices in arid and semi-arid states are
'covered into the federal reclamation fund.
The act of 1902 provides that these re
ceipts, beginning with the fiscal year 1901,
should form a general fund to be ex
pended on irrigation projects in Arizona,
California, Colorado. Idaho, Kansas, Mon
tana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South
Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
The whole number of acres entered in
3903, and the total receints were, re
•pectively 22,650,928 and $10,557,616. It is
to be remembered, however, that only the
receipts from sixteen arid and semi-arid
states are applicable to the federal rec
lamation fund, and from these receipts
must be deducted the expenses of the
local land offices.
The receipts from the sixteen states in
muestioa during the last fiscal year
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
P. H. MIDDENTS. Druggist, 472 Waba
sha.
JOHN BODIN & CO.. Druggists. 881
Payne avenue.
B. A. TREAT. Newsdealer. 44'J Broad
way.
M. S. COURTNEY. Newsdealer. 478 Wa
basha.
W. E. LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist,
corner Twelfth and Robert streets.
J. A. BATTOM. Druggist. 309 Jackson
•street.
A H. SOKNEN. Druggist. 574 Rice.
L.' H. LUEDERS. Pharmacist. 879 Rice.
SUMMIT PHARMACY. 284 Rice, corner
Summit.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist. 896 Rice
street.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist. 1946 Uni
versity avenue.
CAPITOL DRUG CO.. Druggists. Uni
versity avenue and Rice street.
DR. MARKS. Pharmacy. 118 S. Wafcasha.
HALL & KRAFT. Druggists^ 428 S. Wa
basha.
HANS MADSON. Dnrerpist. 15fi Concord.
ECLIPSE DPT'O STORE. -113 S. Robert.
G. A. WOLFROM. Druggist. 572 Kent.
D. C. KISSEL. Drusra:ist. 561 Thomas.
F. A. HOLCOMB, Druggist. 954 Payne
avenue.
CENTRAL PHARMACY. Tenth and Wa
basha.
EDMUND J. FUCHS. Druggist, 798 East
Seventh.
E. E. KEIPER. Druggist. 450 South Rob
ert.
G. F. TTMLAND. Druggist. 441 University
avenue.
DIED
PURCELL—In St. Paul. Aug. 25. at St.
Joseph's hosoital. Margnret Catherine
Purcell. aged 19 years, oldest daughter
of Mrs. Anna and the late John Pur
cell. Funeral from mother's residence.
619 Blair,'corner Dale street. Monday.
Aug. 29. Service at the Cathedral at
9:30. Interment at Calvary cemetery.
GERLACH—CeceIia Gerlach, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George N.
Gerlach. at the age of 9 months. Funeral
from residence. 216 Sherburne ay., Sat
urday, at 4 p. m. Friends invited.
KELLY—In St. Paul. Friday. Aug. 26,
Frank Kelly, aged forty-six years, at
residence. 335 Edmund street. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
SALESMEN
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS SALES
men for country town; those who speak
German preferred^ give references and
state salary wanted. Address O, Globe.
WANTED—TRAVELING REPRESENT
ative; $80.00 per month, expenses and
commission. Call Metropolitan hotel,
George Bird.
PA TENT A TTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES
F. Williamson and Frank D. Merchant),
patent attorneys and solicitors. Main
office, 929-935 Guaranty Loan bldg..
Mini eapoliß, Minn.; branch. Room 52,
McGlll bids.. Washington. D. C.
PATENTS PROMPTLY OBTAINED,
sold, bought, manufactured; 25 years
estab.; unexceHed reputation; inventors'
book free. Write American Patent
Market. St. Paul. Minn.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED — LARGE UNFURNISHED
room with privilege for light cooking;
state location and price. Address Z
178, Globe.
amounted to $7,604,974. About 10 per cent
of this amount must be deducted to cover
the expenses of the public land service
in the sixteen states, so the balance, which
is to be turned into the reclamation fund,
will approximate $6,844,477. The total
fund at the end of the fiscal, year 1903 was
$16,191,836, but this year's receipts from
entries on public lands in the sixteen
states affected by the. reclamation act will
raise this sum to $23,036,313. These figures
are estimated, for it is not yet known what
the expense of the land offices were last
year. The expenses usually approximate
10 per cent of the t«tal income from land
office business.
Federal Irrigation a Success
So far as funds are concerned, there
can be no doubt of the success of federal
irrigation, and the prospect is that within
the next few years several millions of
acres of land, now worthless, will be
added to the fruitful area of the United
States.
Although ito lands are yet actually un
der water as a result of federal irriga
tion projects, there are no less than
8.875,090 acres in arid and semi-arid
states which have been reclaimed by pri
vate enterprise. This land comprises 129,
--177 separate farms, and the Irrigation
works cost $82,535,602. This private irri
gation is distributed as follows:
State. Farms. Acres. Cost.
Arizona 3.867 247.250 $4,688,298
California 30.404 1.708,720 23,772,157
Colorado 19.806 1,754.761 14.709.561
Idaho 10,077 715.595 6,190,071
Montana 9,496 1,140,694 5,576:975
Nevada 2,260 570,001 1,706,212
New Mexico ... 9.285 254.945 4.301.915
Oregon 5.133 439.981 2.089.609
Washington ... 4,585 154.962 2.330.758
Utah 21.684 713.621 7,303,607
Wyoming 5.559 773.111 4,701.049
Kansas 1.115 28.922 599.098
Nebraska 2.952 - 245,910 2,463.748
North Dakota . 102 10.354 45.087
Oklahoma 134 3.526 36.770
South Dakota .. 696 53,157 381.569
Texas 2,022 61,768 1,579.118
The average cost of irrigation construc
tion for these lands was about $10.90 per
acre, and at that rate the present federal
irrigation fund would reclaim 2,113,423
acres of the public domain. No safe esti
mate is possible, however, for the cost of
the various projects now pending varies
widely. Moreover, the reclamation fund
is a continuing fund, for the law provides
that the cost of constructing federal irri
gation works shall be reimbursed within
ten years by the settlers whose lands are
benefited. —Walter E. Clark.
Warned Against Practical Politics
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 26 —
In view of the approaching election
the civil service commission today ad
dressed a letter to the heads of all
government departments and bureaus
calling their attention to violations to
civil service law which have occurred
in the past in connection with political
campaigning and inclosing a circular
containing a warning against the" de
manding or payment of political as
sessments or partisan activity of of-
- THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1904
THE GLOBE'S
PAY! Nfr WANTS
HELP WANTED— MaIe
A PLEASANT SMILE, CIGARS AND
music at Bennie"s. Fifth and Wabasha.
BOY OVER SIXTEEN YEARS OLD AS
messenger in large business office; per
manent position, with chance to ad
vance: state age. experience and sal
ary expected. Address Z 190, Globe.
WANTED—A COACHMAN; MUST BE
S?ber £"d a good horseman and driver.
230 West Oeoig'e St.; take Mississippi
and West St. Paul can
WANTED—STREET CANVASSERS TO
sell "Hill's St. Paul Illustrated" dur
ing fair week; best souvenir of St. Paul
ever published; 123 views of St. Paul
and quantities of information; retail.
25 cents; liberal commission. -Brown,
Treacy & Sperry Co.
WANTED—A COOPER TO WORK ON
iron-bound cooperage, rehooping and
putting hogsheads into shape. Jacob
E. Decker & Son, 26 Central Market.
Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED—TRUSTWORTHY MAN TO
manage a branch office for a large man
ufaoturing concern, salary $125.00 per
month and commissions. Applicant
must furnish good references and
$750.00 to $1,200.00 cash. Address Man
ager. 323 W. 12th st., Chicago.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS FOR
all branches government services to be
held in St. Paul soon. For information
address Hess Business College, St. Paul.
A MAN THAT CAN MILK CAN GET
steady job and 'good pay. French, cor
ner of St. Clair and Pascal.
WANTED—YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
to know that there is a big demand for
good stenographers and bookkeepers;
fall term of the Hess Business College
opens Sept. 6; enroll now.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED—BRIGHT
young- man to take position.in office of
a leading St Paul institution; must be
a competent stenographer, good pen
man and willing to work; reply, stating
age and experience. Address h. 117,
Globe.
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN WATCHMAK
ing, engraving, optics: money made on
actual work; only school working ex
clusively for jewelers. Minneapolis
School Engraving and Watchmaking,
Commercial building. Minneapolis.
WANTED—BRIGHT YOUNG MAN FOR
outside work; must come we'll recom
mended; permanent position to right
party. Apply forenoon, 603 Ernst
-"' Bldg. —-
WANTED—THREE CLASSES, INVENT
ors, agents, traveling- salesmen, to read
excellent offers; state class. Write
American Patent Market. St. Paul,
Minn. --
WANTED—NIGHT~ PORTER. APPLY
at Hotel Foley today. ;.
WANTED—FIRST-CLASS COOK; NO
other need apply. German restaurant,
268 East Seventh st.
SITUATION WANTED -Male
WANTED—BY A MAN OF EXPE
rience, a situation as bookkeeper: will
pay $25.00 commission to party procuring
same for me. E. Franklin, general de
livery. postoffice.
AN EXPERIENCED MAN WOULD LIKE
work as janitor; can give best of ref
erences. Address 1176 Ross st.
POSITION AS BARTENDER OR LUNCH
man by a young German; has expe
rience: wagos reasonable. Address R.
L.. 463 Blair st., city. - * -
BARBER, WITH ABOUT TWO YEARS'
experience wants job in city. Address
V 188, Globe.
WANTED—BY YOUNG MAN TWENTY
two years old a position; understands all
kinds of sewing machines and fur ma
chines; all kinds of power; can give
best of reference to any firm. Ad
dress C. 1., 86 West Morion st.. city.
STENOGRAPHER JUST THROUGH
school wishes a position; will work for a
small salary to begin with where there
is a chance of advancement. W., 819
Summit ay., city.
MAN AND WIFE WANT EMPLOYMENT
to take charge over a hotel In country
town; have the experience: will give
references. •J. B. Whitter, 426_Rice_st.
marrTed man would~like job~as
teamster; or can do common house <
painting; am handy with tools. Address I
W, F.. 9 Thompson ay.. city. .» '
WANTED—SITUATION AS BOOK
keeper or general office man by a mid
dle-aged man. Address Frank Hall,
general delivery, post-office.
MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK; CAN
do firing or engineering, or work at any
thing; have license. Address O. C, 24
Garfield st., city. -^
ROOM and BOARD OFFERED
FOR RENT—ROOM WITH BOARD;
" gentlemen preferred; charges reason
able. IC7 Farrington ay.. corner Selby.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
REEVES' IRON PILLS ARE JUST
the thing for people sick of being tired
and for people tired of being sick; try
them* S. H. Reeves. Druggist. Seven
Corners; money cheerfully refunded.
ficeholders. In its circular the com
mission announces that it will employ
every legitimate and available means
to secure the prosecution and punish
ment of whoever may violate the pro
visions of the law.
Circus Man Is Stricken
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 26.—Peter
Sells, the world known showman, suf
fered a stroke of paralysis today. It
affected his speech and thus far he
has failed to recognize his daughter
and other members of the household.
His physicians regard his condition as
critical. He is fifty-seven years old.
Statue Is on the Way
BERLIN, Aug. 26.—Prof. Uppue's
statue of Frederick the Great, to be
presented to the United States by
Emperor William, was packed yester
day and shipped to Hamburg. It will
be forwarded to America, consigned to
Ambassador yon Sternberg-.
RAILROAD NOTICES
Wisconsin Central Railway Rate Bulletin
New York and return $41.90
Albany, N. T.. and return 38.20
Boston and return 45.90
Toronto and return ?5.90
Montreal and return 33.00
Rates to intermediate points in propor
tion. Homeseekers' tickets to points
south, southeast and southwest first and
third Tuesday each month half fare plus
$2.
To Michigan summer resorts via Chi
cago and boat lines half fare plus 50 cents
to Chicago and return in connection with
boat I'ne rates. Free reclining chair cars
on all trains. For full information call or
address Herman Brown, N. W. P. A.. 371
Robert street, St. Paul.
End of Week Excursions to Csnnon Val»
ley Points.
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will sell tickets to Red Wing. Cannon
Falls. Northfield. Faribault. Watervllle
and Madison Lake at one fare for the
round trip on Saturday and Sunday of
each week until Oct. 31. For information
apply to J. N. Storr, G. A., Fifth and
Robert streets. St. Paul.
$13 ST. LOUIS AND RETURN $13
Via -Rock Island System
Tickets on sale Aug. 29, Sept. 4~ (Sun
day), 12 and 26, good returning seven
days from date of sale. '-■
Shortest line, quickest time, over 200
miles longside the Mississippi river. Of
fice. Sixth and Robert streets, St. Paul.
F. W. Saint, City Passenger Agent.
One Place to Register
For the Devils Lake reservation opening
is at Grand Forks, N. D., located on the
Northern Pacific. Call at city ticket of
fice, Fifth and Robert street, for further
information.
$1.50 to New Ulm and Return
By special train via Minneapolis & St.
Louis, Sunday, Aug. 28, leaving St. Paul
8:15 a. m.
Dancing, music and all kinds of amuse-
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED-Female
WANTED—YOUNG GIRLS AND WOM
en who are seeking employment to re
alize that they can best secure situa
tions through reading the Help Wanted
columns of Tlv?. Globe daily.
WANTED—TWO SCRUBWOMEN AT
Hotel Northern. 14 West Fourth st.
WANTED—FIRSt-CLASS COOK; NO
other need apply, German'restaurarit,
268 East Sevejnth st L_
MANNHEIMER BROS. REQUIRE Ex
perienced saleswomen in several depart
ments*- -Apply at once at superintend
ent's office.
WANTED — EXPERIENCED HOUSE
keeper of middle age; good wages. Ap
ply at once, Box 42, Langford, S. D.
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework in family of three adults. 479
Laurel ay.;' flat.ll.
SITUATION WANTED
Female
A GIRL WOULD LIKE A PLACE IN A
nice family to work for her board morn
ing and evening, where she could also
rent a room. Call at 645 Lawson st.
PRACTICAL NURSE OF TEN YEARS'
experience wishes nursing. Address Mrs.
Raymond. 927 Park ay., city. —
AN EXPERIENCED LAUNDRESS
would like work by the day. Address
49 West Fourth; side entrance.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSE
keeper or any kind of housework by
lady with child; wa«fts more of a home
than high wages; have no objection in
leaving city a short distance. Call 229
East Eighth st.
LADY—AN ELDERLY LADY WOULD
like a position as housekeeper for an el
derly lady cr gentleman without family;
a good home desired more than high
wages. Address .Housekeeper. 267 Smith
ay.. St. Paul.; Minn.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER DE
sires position] more for experience and
will work for, v«ry small pay. Address
W. E.. 3SS Summit place.
A YOUNG GIRL, 10 YEARS L WANTS A
place doing errands; small wages. Ad
dress or call 142 West Fifth, corner
Fifth and Franklin.
STENOGRAPHER DESIRES POSITION;
experience more of an object than sal
ary. Kindly address Miss O'Connor,
584 John st. . «r
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER
would like position: willing to begin
for practice. Address J. E. C, 285 East
Ninth st
LADY WILL DO CHAMBER WORK;
am experienced. Call forenoon, 201
Bradley building. Fifth and Wabasha.
A GOOD GERMAN WOMAN WOULD
like a few more places for washing. Ad
dress 452 East Seventh st. •
WANTED—WASHING, IRONING AND
hcusecleaning; also cleaning offices. Ad
dress M., 259 West Fifth st.
WANTED—BY A WOMAN. DAY WORK
of any kind. Call or address 100 West
Fillmore ay.. West side.
WOMAN COOK WOULD LIKE PLACE
as cook in harvest field. Mrs. Graham,
General Delivery.
WANTED—MEN'S WASHING AND
mending to take home. - Address 223
Chestnut st.
WOMAN GOES OUT WASHING AND
ironing. 249 Nelson ay. (in the base
.ment).
INSTRUCTION
MRS. ST. JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL
of Lyceum Dramatic School, will give
tessons in St. Paul in the Art of Speech.
Voice Building. Elocution and Reading,
Defects of speech speedily corrected.
Prof. Titcomb's studio, O'Halloran
Bldg.. Mondays and Thursdays, 2 to
P p. m. L .
FALL TERM HESS BUSINESS COL
lege opens Sept. #; Mg demand for'ste
nographers and bookkeepers; enroll now.
CARPET CLEANING
Rug Manufacturers
UP-TO-DATE UPHOLSTERING, MAT
tress renovating, carpet cleaning.
Schroeder & Dickinson. 16 East Sixth
st.. both phones.
LOST
LOST--oT. BERNARD DOG ANSWER
ing to the name of Major. Liberal re
ward will be paid by returning to
Helen Elsinger. 985 Summit ay.
LOST—A BROWN MARTEN COLLAR
ette in vicinity of North and Da Soto
sts. Return to 471- North; _re\rard.
STORAGE
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES ON
household goods to Denver, Spolcane and
Pacific coast points; frequent shipments
and lowest possible rates. The Boyd
Transfer and Storage Co., Minneapolis.
ments at Herman's park. Get your tickets
in advance. H. S. Haskins, City Ticket
Agent, Ryan hotel.-
World's Fair Rates Via Rock Island Sys
tem
Tickets on sale daily.
Fifteen day tickets J19.20
Sixty day tickets $21.35
Season tickets 528.60
Shortest line; fastest time: best meals
on wheels. No-cKange ot <*ars. 20u miles
longside the Mississippi. Compare dis
tance and time with other lines. Office
Sixth and Robert streets. St. Paul. F. W.
Saint, City Passenger Agent
$50.00 to California and Return
Tickets on sale Aug. 15 to Sept 10. limit
Oct. 23. Through train over Minneapolis
& St. Louis railroad will leave St. Paul
at 8:00, Minneapolis 8:35 p. m.. Aug. 30,
via Denver and the Scenic Line. For
tickets or berth reservations call at 3itS
Robert street, St. Paul.
$26.40 —Colorado and Return —$26.40
$38.40—Utah and Return—s3B.4o
Via Rock Island System. Tickets on
sale daily until Sept. 30. Good returning
Until Oct. 31. Only one nlsrht out. St
Paul and Minneapolis to Uenver. Colorado
Springs or Pueblo. Rocky Mountain Limit
ed is the train. Electric lighted sjeeoers
and best meals on wheels. Office Sixth
and Robert streets. St. Paul. F. W.
Saint, City Passenger Aeent.
Baltimore, Maryland, and Return $30.00
On sale Sept. 9 and 10; return limit by
deposit until Sept. 25. For tickets and in
formation call or address Wisconsin Cen
tral^Railway ticket office. 371 Robert St.
Herman Brown, N.W. I*". A. "^
Only $13.00 to St. Louis and Return
, Tickets on sale Aug. 15, 22 and 29.
Free reclining chair cars on all trains.
For tickets and information call at Wis
consin Central ticket office. 371 Robert
street. Herman Brown, Northwestern
Passenger Agent.
St. Louis Exposition
The Chicago Great Western Railway
will allow a ten-day stopover at either
Chicago or Kansas City on through tick
ets to the World's Fair without extca
charge. For rates and other information
apply to any Great Western Agent or J.
P. Elmer, G. P. A., Chicago, m.
Low? Rates to California
On account of the triennial conclave of
Knights Templar at San Francisco the
Union Pacific will sell round trip tickets
from Missouri river (Council Bluffs to
Kansas City, inclusive), to San Francisco
and return at $45.00. Tickets on sale
Aug. 15 to Sept. 10. inclusive. Shortest
line, fastest time. Electric lighted trains.
Pullmap palace sleeping cars, dining cars,
meals a la carte, tourist cars. etc.
From Chicago and St. Louis, propor
tionally low rates are in effect by lines
connecting with Union Pacific. Inquire
of E. L. Lomax, G. P. & T. A., Omaha,
Neb.
Mascalonge
And other game varieties of fish are found
in Leech lake and a hundred other con
veniently located lakes in the region about
Brainerd and Aitkin. on the Northern Pa
cific.
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;,1 THE GLOBE'S ■
PAYING WANTS
FOR SALE—City Real Estate
WE WILL FURNISH MONEY
TO BUY OR BUILD FOR YOU
Any amount, anywhere, any time:
payments very easy, less than rent.
$4 STARTS YQU.
You may as- well own your own
home; call and investigate.
AMERICAN REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT LOAN CO.,
520 QLOBE BLDG., ST. PAUL.
LIST YOUR RENTAL AND REALTY
properties with us; no deiay in making
pales, and we can rent your home.
Great Western Real Estate and Loan
Co., 438 Gilfillan Bldg.
FOR SALE—Farm Lands
I WILL SELL MY FARM OF 31 ACRES
located on the banks of the beautiful
Cormorant lakes; good buildings; good
hunting and fishing. C. J. Henricks,
Ulen. Minn.
DO
YOU WANT TO SELL?
Tour business, farm, or real estate? We
make quick and private salts. Ask
your banker who we are. Call or write
for terms. Strong & Campbell, 215 New
York Life Bldg., Minneapolis.
LAND BARGAINS—KANSAS, NEBRAS
ka Colorado. Wyoming; 10 years' time.
Union Pacific Agency. 135 East Sixth
st. (Ryan Hotel). St. Paul. Minn.
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.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
BARRETT & 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, fre always ready
to buy and pay cash.
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE IN
stallment plan. Hard Times Harness
Factory. 541 Rice st.
FOR SAL g— Tyoewriters
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN EVERY
where to appreciate that every S&y
there are excellent chances to better
therrselves offered in these columns.
FOR RENT- Houses
FOR RENT—SIX-ROOM HOUSE; CITY
water and sewer. 212 Edmund st.
FIVE ROOMS, ALL MODERN CONVEN
iences, on Edmund st., between Mac
kubin and Arundel. Inquire Room 11,
The Valentine, corner Ninth and Waba
sha.
1800 CAPITOL AY., HAMLINE—MOD
era 8-room house; porcelain bath tub;
barn; a beautiful suburban residence.
Edward B. Graves, 409 New York Life
Bldg.
PERSONAL
WIDOWER WANTS HOUSEKEEPER;
middle- aged lady preferred; good posi
tion .__Address_ZJ_77 l _Globe.
PERSONAL—MRS. KATE JOHNSON
gives magnetic treatments; also will call
at your home and guarantee to cure you
of eczema in four days. Res. 419-421
Washington av.s.. Minneapolis, Room 14.
FEMALE DISEASES CURED
Dr. Wheeler, the old reliable specialist,
43 years' experience. Call on or write
the doctor, room 306 Globe bldg-., Min
neapolis, Minn.; tel.. T. C. 335.
T. H. BLY, M. D., SPECIALIST —DIS:
eases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; new book, 25c; all you need to
know; private home. Minneapolis office,
412 Nicollet ay.
WIDOWER, MIDDLE AGED, DESIRES
acquaintance of respectable woman.
German preferred, to act as housekeep
er; object matrimony. Address W 178,
Globe.
DR. HINZ,
Specialist in rupture and diseases of man.
Century bldg.. £th st. and Ist ay. s., Mpls.
MASSAGE
MISS T. OLSTAD, TRAINED MAS
seuse; baking process; massage; scalp
treatment; open Sundays. 309 Phoenix
bldg. N. W. phone. Main 742 L 1.
MRS. DR. STEINE—SCIENTIFIC MAS
sage and baths; all kinds. 27 East Sev
enth st. Suite 200.
MASSAGE AND BATHS GIVEN AT
159 West Seventh St.; rooms 5 and 6.
May Burns.
TAKE SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE TREAT
ments at Mrs. Wagner's, 43% East Third
Bt., corner Cedar.
CONTRACT WORK
Paving, .With Asphalt, Bates Avenue,
From Seventh to Plum Street
Office of the Board of Public Work?.
City of St. Paul. Minn., Aug. 26, 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul. Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until 2
p. m. on the sixth (6th) day of Septem
ber. A. D. 1904, for the paving with as
phalt Bates avenue, from Seventh (7th)
street to Plum street, in said.city, accord
ing 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 accom
pany each bid. Sahl check shall be made
payable 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.
Aug. 27-1904-lt
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Ramsey—ss. In Probate Court, Special
Term, Aug. 19, 1904.
In the Matter of the Estate of Helena
Loeb (widow of Mayer Loeb), de
ceased.
On reading and filing the petition of
Samuel Loeb, administrator of the estate
of Helena Loeb (widow of Mayer Loeb),
deceased, representing among other
things, that he has fully administered said
estate, and praying that a time and place
be fixed for examining, settling and al
lowing the final account of his adminis
tration, and -for the assignment of the
residue of said estate to the parties enti
tled thereto by law.
It is ordered, That said account be ex
amined, and petition heard by this Court
on Monday, the 12th day of September,
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
Probate office, in the Court House, in the
City of St. Paul, in said County.
And it is further ordered, That no
tice thereof be given to all persons inter
ested, by publishing a copy of this order
once in each week for. three successive
weeks prior to said day of hearing, in the
St. Paul Globe, a daily newspaper print
ed and published at St. Paul, in said
County.
Dated at St. Paul, Minnesota, the 19th
day of August, A. D. 1904.
By the Court:
(Seal.) E. W. BAZILLE. ~
Judge of Probate.
Bert Fesler, Attorney for Administrator,
Duluth, Minn.
'm lf|P i^fi^ZjxS&TA SURE CURE
h| , - -'-,^a/ And GLEET;■;
SHaiiiiJ^^^^^^'^ No other treat
*''/ Sold by all Druggist*, " ment required,
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
Forty Martha Washington Needles
WITH EACH GLOBE WANT AD
lf[[email protected] (Riiiffillhl® wlil £ive a package containing fotty
UliUlg lailPlUl^ - Martha Washington Needles «-lth ey;ry
_....... — - cash want ad received it:"the".office or
";.-■' ;:■-"■ left with any druggist. These needls3
are warranted to excel :' all other brands in finish and quality.
The eyis beveled and gauged, thereby making:sswing
much easier. The package contains.2s assorted sharps:
1 1 Glove Nsed'is ■ I 1 Chenille Needle 2 Fine Darners
1 Milliner's Needle J 2 Cotton'parritrs.r 1 Silk Darnir
1 Taps Needle -- ; 1 Yarn Needle . 1" Carpet Needle
1 Worsted Needle j 2 Wool Darners ' 1 Shos Button Needle'
Send Your Next Want Ad to The Globe
and Receive a Package of Needles Free
FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
E. LYTLE'S DIAMOND PARLORS, 411
Robert St., 2nd floor. A good many
reasons why we can sell you diamonds
below n arket value. We buy diamonds
from others that want money. With
our 30 years' experience we thoroughly
understand the diamond business. We
buy at our own price. We can make a
good profit and save you money. Mon
ey advanced on diamonds, watches and
furs. House established in 1875.
MEDICAL __
MEDICAL —MRS. DR. F. G. McKAY,
electricity, massage and magnetic treat
ment; will cure rheumatism, insomnia
and all nervous diseases. Office, 905
Northwestern Bldg., 322 Hennepin. Min
neapolis. Hours. 9to 9. M. 1717 Ll.
FREE—SAMPLE DR. KISSEL'S PILLS
for catarrh of ston-.ach; special treat
ment stomach and all forms catarrh:
cure guaranteed. Dr. Kissel, 561
Thomas st.. St. Paul.
PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D., SPE
cialist. All diseases of women quickly
cured; ovarian difficulties and irregular
ities skillfully treated: consultation free.
412 Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis, fourth
floor.
LADIES—USE MY REMEDY; BEST,
safest, always reliable; price $2; par
ticulars free" Address Mrs. T. Wagner,
43% East Third st . St. Paul. Minn.
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE—S4OO.OO BUYS A NICE
small business, with fixtures, in a live
lowa town of S.OOO where crops are
A-l; a bargain for some person. Ad
dress for particulars. Box 12. Cresco.
lowa.
DO
YOU WANT TO SELL?
Your business, farm, or real estate? We
make quick and private sales. Ask
your banker who we-are. Call or write
for terms. Strong & Campbell, 213 New
York Life Bldg.. Minneapolis.
FOR SALE—THE FURNITURE AND
lease of a 50-room hotel; steam heat;
rent about $1 a room; have other busi
ness, must sell. Address G 113. Globe.
FOR SALE—STORAGE, EXPRESS AND
transfer business at sacrifice; will take
part trade in land or property to close
out at once. Albert A. Rene. 700 Ger
mania Life bldg., St. Paul. Minn.
FOR RENT^FIats
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ■ FLAT; 8
rooms; possession at once; $65 per
month; Flat 10, Waldorf, corner Sum
mit and St. Albans. Inquire janitor.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on West Water Street, From Moses
Street -to 50 Feet West of Wabasha
Street
-.." Office of the Board of Public Works,
: City of St. Paul, Minn.. Aug. 22. 1904. -
' ' Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and : for the corpora
tion of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota,
at ': their : office in said city tmtil 2 p. m.
on the 6th of September, A. D. 1904. - for
the construction of a sewer on West Wa
ter street, from Moses street to a point
50 feet west ■of - South.- Wabasha : streetr
and on Fillmore avenue from Moses street
to a point 50 feet .west of Wabasha street,
in said city, according to plans and speci
fications 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
jec t any and all bids.^-^^^
. ... ■ ■ President.
Official- R. L. GORMAN.
° Clerk Board of .Public Works.'
-'-; ' Aug. 23-1904-10t -;■■■■■ - "
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Woodbridge, Geranium and
Albemarle Streets
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul, Minn.. Aug. 22, 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corpora
tion of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota,
at their office in said city until 2 pm.
qn the 6th day of September. A. J>. 1904,
for the construction of a sewer on Wood
bridge street, from Front street to Gera
nium street, thence on Geranium street
tn Albemarle street, thence on Albemarle
street to Rose street. In said cky. ac
cording 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 ~ross 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
ieot any and all bids,
ject any a v JO HN S. GRODR
President.
Official: R- L- GORMAN.
- Clerk BoaTd of Public Works.
Aug. 23-1904-10t -
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Acker Street and Llghtner
Place
Office of the Board of Public Worka,
City of St Paul, Minn., Aug. 17. 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until
2 p. m. on the 29th day of August, A. D.
1904, for the construction- of a sewer on
Acker street, from Sylvan street to Light
ner place, and on Llghtner place, from
Acker street to Sycamore 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 Beard reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. •
JOHN S. GRODE,
President.
Official: R- L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board^-of- Public Works.
Aug. 18V19Q4-10t.
THE GLOBE'S
PAY!NQ WANTS
rtNANCIAL ~
6 PER CENT AND 6 PER CENT
MONEY
IN ANY AMOUNT.
with the "on or before" privilege, to loan
on St. Paul improved real estate.
WARE & HOSPES,
Successors to
ROBERT L. WARE & CO.,
201 Germania Life Building.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE WITH
out mortgage or indorser. Only se
curity your name. Others on house
hold furniture, pianos, etc.. without Te
moval from your possession. Minne
sota Mortgage Loan Co.. 316-317 Pioneer
Press blder.
ST. PAUL FINANCfAL CO.—LOANS ON
salaries, furniture and pianos, without
removal; lowest rates in city; call and
see us. Room 301 New York Life bldg.
SHORT LOANS AT lowest rates
onuni LUAItO on easy payment Plan.
Furniture, pianos. etc._73o Globe bldg.
SEWING MACHINES
500 SINGERS. WHITES, DOMESTIC
and Wheeler & Wilson at $8.75. Drop
heads at $13.50; free trial. 99 West
Seventh st.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Western Avenue, From Van
Buren to Capitol Avenue
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul. Minn.. Aug. 22. l!»04.
Sealed bids will be received by the Board
of Public Works in and for the corpora
tion of the City of St. Paul. Minnesota,
at their office in paid city until 2 p. m.
on the 6th day of September. A. D. 1904.
for the construction of a sewer on West
ern avenue, from Van Bmon street to
Capitol avenue, in said city, according: to
plans and specifications on file in tho
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 nf
the gross amount bid. mu<=t 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. GRODTD,
President
Official: R. T,. GORMAX.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Aug. 23-I<>o4-10t
TRAVELER'S GUIDE
Union Depot, Sibley Street. •
Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul
as follows:.
Chicago Great Western Rt !
"The Maple Leaf Rout*." . j
City Offlot: ... 6th and Rabid Sit. Rim* 153 M.
tExcept Sunday: others Dally. ,^o^*, st"paul I
Chicago and East, Dubuque, ( jjo,™^ o,™ **%*
Oelweln. Mclntlr. Hayflald j^jggff _jjoj£!
Kansas City, St. Joseph, Dss ( 10.50 am 738pmi
"•Molnss, Marshalltown. Wa- ■{ 8.30 pm 7.Mam j
terloo ". • •• -• (11-20pm 12.40 pm
Rod Wing, Rochester. Fari- t«.2sam t7-00 pm
bault. Mankato .... I 5.2? pm 10.25 am
Podge Centar. Hay fit Id' 10 pm 10.45 am
Austin, Mason City, Ft.Doige ( 10 am 7.38 pm
■'■' Carroll, Council B.uffs and •
Omah. ......■■.■■■ .- • ( 8.30pm 7.20 am
TICKET (o^\ Cor. FiftK
i l^a I and
OFFICE Robert
"~~ ~ : .- . . ! j Leave Arrive 1
F Loflc Oai and L°eCh Lake tg;4oa +5.50 Pm
IflßlHMßtLiilill)^. 18.1511 "2.201
Fergus Falls, Dakota and *o nnp *n OCa
Manitoba Express .. O.UUm l.tOii
Ple fn, C.. EXpreSS. V. i<> 10.X T.4ttt 1
Duiuth - +X:SS« A *6:20:
- -and *2:25m p + 2«:
.-,;. Superior '[| : |QJ *6;25S
'* Dally. -t Ex. Sunday. ■■ • Both 'Phoifr '**C^
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. C),. •.
0M1c«345 Rob9r). - . . Unlon3j»W
.-:: Telephone Calls—66l N. W.—690 T, G, :---''" '
-Laavi:. itEr. Sunday : r "Dally Aitlt»
+8.20 am Watertown aTi . Storm Lit) t5.55 xn
+9.00 am ....Omaha and DasMoln»i. .. t7.SOm
•5.40pm ...Estherrllla and Madll^^: "10.35 in
*7 innm ThitirW Stir L1«11»l *i C 1 in
I.IUIJIII toChicaeo.St. Lewis&P«3rti O.)J 111
•8-00 iOmahakDssMolnssd-lmltsi) *3-33 ia .
C. St. P. M. & O. RyT
.: Office: 39S Robert St. I LEAVE : ARRIVE -
Chicago. Mil., Madison ...... ;8-30am 9-50pm
Chicago "Fast Mail"--....:.. 6.35pm r : 9.3.5a-n
, NORTHWESTERN UNITE} . .... 8.35pm , 7.20 am
Chicago "AtlanticS3" .. 10.50pm v 4»45 pm
>TWIU6MT.UMIT£9'..-;. ..:::.: -4.30pm -. 9*op.-n
: Elmore;"Alßona,*< Das Moins3, -. 8-00 pm • 8.00ar» "
Su City, Omaha/. Kansas City 9.35 am 7.40 pm
Worthington. Mitchell ,SuFal!s 905 pm 8.00 am
OMAHA U1KHTE0r;;.......:.'.. V 8.00? m 735 am
Su City, Omaha, Kansas City --■ 9.05 pm 7.35 am
Wisconsin Central Ry
nA}U MILWAUKEE AND CHICAGO '
Leave 8.35 a.m. and 7.40 p. m. daHr« '
'-. Airive 8.15 a. m. and.4.30 p. m. daily.
Both Phones 694. '"':~^\:
mC. B. & Q. R. R.
I- ,;"BOTHPHONW MAIN iaß8 2 .»:..:.
Mmml ticket orncE; COS. rVTH AND ROBERT -'
-:Laara :1 -. --All Trains Dally ■y. | - ArrlTe ."'
- 1.20 am - I Wlnona. La: Cross*. : Dv- I
• , • ~r\ buque, Chicago. St. Louli I' 12.45 p.«
: 1.40 p.m „ I "CHICAGO UMnrED*!...:...: ;11 7.20 u.m,
ii IMpm ". lWlnona. La ? Crosse. . ■ Da- 1 •• ' ;
1 -■'-.■ ■-■;-/ *> bu«ua. Chicago. St. Loula I ' a.20 a.»

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