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THE GLOBE'S
paying Wants
A Few of the Branch Off ices Where Ads 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.
fi. H. REEVES. Druggist Seven Corners.
L. J. ABERWALD, Druggist, corner Rice
and Iglehart.
STRAIGHT BROS., pruggists, Rondo
and Grotto streets.
SEVER WESTBY, Druggist. Maria ave
nue and East Third street.
W. A. FROST & CO., Druggists, Selby
and Western avenues.
RIETZKE & CO., Druggists, Selby and
Western avenues.
A. J. SCHUMACHER, Druggist, 499 West
Seventh street.
J. W. NELSON, Druggist. Dale and Uni
versity.
C. T. HELLER, Druggist, Willard, St.
Peter and Tenth streets.
C. F. RUTHERFORD, Druggist. St. Peter
and Fourth streets.
J. P. JELINEK & CO.. Druggists, 961
West Seventh street.
J. P. JELINEK & CO.. Druggists. West
Seventh and Sherman streets.
W. K. COLLIER. Druggist, 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., 972
East Seventh street.
H. W. DICKMAN. Druggist, 830 East
Seventh.- corner Beech.
A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist, Prior and St.
Anthony avenues.
:^v-^l:\ ' -■:- DIED ■: - '"' '.'.-r-..
WILCKEN—At residence, 340 'Pleasant
' * aw, St. Paul,- -: Minn.. „"■ Sept ~ 18, 1904.
S | j Bertha. I aged - fifty-three ! years, .beloved
--•wife of Mr. F. J. Wilcken. Funeral pri
. ' - vate, from residence, Tuesday, Sept. 20,
1:45 p. m. • Services at English. Evangel
ical Lutheran 7 Church of the Redeemer,
. - corner of Lafayette and "Woodward, 2:30
p. m. ..- Please omit flowers. :" ' •'
-CLANCY—At city hospital, Sept. 19, 1904,
John W.'Ciancy,.aged forty-eight years.
• Funeral from. Donnelly & Sons' under
. ■ taking rooms: Wednesday, at 8:30 a. m.
- Services at the cathedral at 9. ■';'.■'■.■'.'•
BOUCHIER—In St. : Paul, at late resi- 1
•* dence. - 1313 Harvester ay.. Monday,
Sept. 19, at 5:30 p. m.. Mrs. Mary Bou
chier, wife of ; the late Henry Bouchier.
Notice of | funeral hereafter." .'-:■; - .;..
McCANN — Edward, ,'.*•' aged ':■■"} sixty-nine'
: years. • - Funeral ■■ from -■ residence of =j his
daughter,: Mrs. J. W. McLaughlin, 767'
■/ . Sherburne ay. . Date will be announced
: -■■'later.—'■■ .■''■■*'='■ '••'•.'■■.-•■■.:■"•■ '-;' ''.": ' .*." -;
: VITAL STATISTICS >
■,-' - ■-■';:»." Marriage Licenses - - •.'
.; Herman Richter and Dora Gerlich.
Henrich Hebel and Clara Meier. .':.-- .--
Hans C. Anderson and Mrs. F. Frazier. -
Clarence '.I E. ; Bay; and. Celeste •" Belair.
*H. H. Heath and Maud Ernest. ~ r ; -
7 Albert S. White > and Katherine Franta. |
- Will F. Gilchrist . and Lulu :• Kelly. -~^ TCjvj
.Charles I. Johnson and* Emma Johnson. -..'
, Harry Laroche and Anna Shepard. -. J. '-'■
"• Nicholas Blatt;and > Mathilda R. Page. "■"'•'.; '■■
..Henry J. Kaim and Bertha. Novotny. -" r -'i
>\ Frank* Leichty and- Maud Dixon. .--' ■
■ Charles Carlson and Elizabeth L. Huber. /
Claude Z. Luse and Gertrude W. Baker. ;
Robert'Hein- and Cecelia Reutl. I ~ -
.; Earl ■W. LaGow ■ and '= Myrtle Hutchings. .
Samuel Custrom and Anna Lindell. ■■:'<■
' William T. ! Chandler and' Emily O.'Mohn:' :
: Births .
Mrs. F. J. Hoef er, 795 East Fourth, boy.
Mrs. B. A. Oliver, city 'hospital, boy. vr- ,
Mrs. IT. L. Cook, 25. South Victoria, 'boy.
- Mrs. Raymon • Ingleston,: 456 Ada, ,boy. * ■ "
Mrs. C.B. Elliot. ; 829 Mound, boy. v '
.-Mrs. Schroth. 322 Summit place, boy.
■' Mrs. W. C. Holl, 661 Pleasant, boy. " : "
,- Mrs. Levi Jernberg, 611: Raymond, girl.
. Mrs.. Louis P. Peyer. 292 .Fuller,',girl.
- Mrs." John Devine, 819 Park, girl.' : . ! ■
: Mrs. Thomas Bell., 234 Commercial, ' girl.-
Mrs. Peter E. Simes. 206 West Third, girl.
-.Mrs.. William Cow, city hospital, girl. ritgg
Mrs. John Anderson. 970 ■ Margaret, girl.
<■ Mrs. Peter Sorlie: 869 Lawson, girl. -
- Mrs. Arthur, 1.-Inwood, St. Luke's, girl.
Mrs. George E. Boucher, 138 Custer, girl.-
Mrs. Mike Gazzato, 197 West Sixth,' girl.
■■ Deaths V .'■■■■ _'.■/■ - 1-';'"- v "i
- Jennie Vail,' 9 East Ninth. 20 yrs.. Sept. 12.
Benjamin W. Froelich, Cobb hospital, 29
■' yrs.. ■ Sept:, 17. -;-■.-; --,-■■- -'-U .„--,-.-•:-;.- : .•
Mrs. Ammie Nacey, St. Joseph's hospital,
•29 yrs. f Sept. 16. . . ■ .-- .' >;• «•■ :■ -,• r
... Rudolph = Luiczasky,- South ; St. Paul, 14
,--■ days, Sept. 15. " • j - - - -■". -"-
INSTRUCTION v j
t MRS. ST. JOHN-BRENON, PRINCIPAL
" T of Lyceum- Dramatic : School,"- will , give
; r lessons In St. Paul in the Art of Speech.
„— Voice Buildii.g. Elocution: and; Reading. ■
Ji - Defects of speech a speedily corrected.
Prof. Tltcomb's studio, O'Halloran
; Bldg., - Mondays and Thursdays, ■ 2 to :
.'■;•■•;<?' p. m. ■:--■- -••;:..-.-•'■ ":. r-..~.'-".■■:-■.■-'-.--"_-;.-: '•'■':■ ~
BAKER'S DANCING ACADEMY, LITT'S
:*" hall; -William H. Baker, principal;l; A.
• H. Weis, assistant; fall term will begin
, Tuesday 'evening, r; Oct. 11,; write for
: circular. --■;--■■ ■:'-■■*•:<~v?.-~,~.~!y.>.?--s
;':. RASMUSSEN PRACTICAL business
. ; School,: Globe Bldg.; - day and evening
. school; enroll now; catalogue free. : - -. ■-'
•-. ''.■■■■■■'■ r- ■:: STORAGE ■
REDUCED- FREIGHT v. RATES ON
< household goods to Denver. Spokane and
: Pacific r coast points; frequent shipments
and lowest possible rates. The Boyd
. - Transfer- and Storage . Co., Minneapolis.
IGO EXPRESS AND STORAGE CO.— S
. ~. Cheapest, best -storage in city; »call for
; .-terms. ; 51 W. 7th st. Phones. : -7 ";•;.-- :
BUSINESS CHANCES
_r HOTEL FOR SALE OR TRADE; IN
; beautiful village of Clearwater," on Great :
-- _- Northern railroad; 300 inhabitants; only
'- hotel in town: new • elevator, syrup '• fac
>:- -. tory : and Catholic ■ church ■-■ just -•- com- •
;.-... pleted; will be disposed of at a bar
- gain. Address ~:. hotel -y at ~ Clearwater,
- Minn. -.-- • . ; , •■■■.. • .... •':
'•". » ■•■-_:' ■:..- DO ~.~:.-- .•■ ■;• - -v
; YOU WANT TO SELL? * • ;;
~ Your usiness, farm, :or : real ' estate? We
- make - quick ; and . private I sales. Ask
■ > your banker who we are. -- Call or write
for terms. Strong & Campbell.- 215 New
V & York Life Bldg., ■ Minneapolis. : ■ ; :-:J
-„--';. ..-:; PERSONAL
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 cr-—w
■-- Dr. Wheeler, the : old : reliable ' specialist
Z-;^i 43 -' years' experience. Call on *or - write
■:<%'.'-. the doctor, room 306 : Globe: bldg. "; Min- '
I~ii neapolis. Minn:; teL._T. sC. -335.->■;>';
V PRETTY AND INTELLIGENT WIDOW*
• :,■". very wealthy, wants immediatc-ly able'
: industrious husband.; Address:M.r,Ohio I
block, Chicago; 111. . -;--.•.,■.- .;;.. ..-:>v^. ~
T. H. BLY~ M. D7,~SPECIAL!ST-DiS
: .ease 3 of* women: ; all Irregularities cor
:.y. v rected; ; new book, 25c; ;all i you : need to
'- ■'■ know; private home. Minneapolis office,
•;- : 412 Nlcollet ay. :-.:. -..,.. --.-; > ..- ,J
:\'^.-vI;u.'^DRrHINZ;N>::-\Jr'-:-*e". <-'.:;
• - Specialist:ln r rupture and diseases of man.
-•: '••"■ Century blflg.r -tth st£and lst_ay. s.. Mpla.
/k4ss4at
MISS OLSTAD, TRAINED MASSEUSE^
1•-' o™ iri?u ro.c«"s^maEsa{.:e; open Sunday. i
■^ 309 _.. Phoenix Bldg, corner Cedar and ;
Seventh sts.
I : MRS. DR. ;STETNE—ScFeNTIFIC-AS-1
sage and baths; all Uind3. 27 East Sev
enth st. Suite 200.
TAKE SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE TREAT
nts at Mrs. Wagner's, 43V> lEast Third ! •
■j^j. sit. > corner < Cedar. • -;.^ :^ --c^S*i^iSt:''*ss •
free—sample"drT kTssel; PILLSj
'v lor catarrh ;of .^stomach; r special treat-'
Q .p. merit i stomach \ and all j forms s catarrh
>■ I cure r--i guaranteed. S>; Dr. 'i-[ Kissel. < - 561 1
tftQfnae * at. St;% PaulA jfe^^?is^s££ri
P MASSAGE AND BATHS~"gTv¥n~AT
■■;. <r-'t .t < th; st.; : rooms 16 rand \ 6.*^ May Burns.
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
; P. H. -* MIDDENTS, Druggist, - 472 • Waba
slui.
' JOHN BODIN & CO., Druggists, 881
:•:• .'■- ' .:; Payne; avenue. j-' r^v^Vffc-?;- '^'iT^- 1
-B. A. TREAT, Newsdealer, 442 ■» Broad
-.■"-L'-.v, v t way.'sTr^ciii'-v-A^iil-il' ;-.?v --^^i-"-"■■;
- M. 'S. CQURTNEY, Newsdealer, 478 Wa
.- -• -,": -. basha. ■}. «;.^^:. >:;^ :v" v# •"-
W. E. i LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist,
■" ' r corner Twelfth and Robert : streets.
J. A. BATTOM. Druggist, 309 i Jackson
'-; street. :r^_«--!:^ 1
-A. H. SONNEN. Druggist. 574 1 Rice. :: ■■■-. ur
iL. H. LUEDERS. Pharmacist. : 879 : Rice.
SUMMIT PHARMACY, 284 Rice, corner
Summit.
WALTER - NELSON, Druggist,-;" 896 ?, Rice :
•;■ .■-* v--^:street.-~rs-.^'--.-..'■;-' .'T-k-«'^-i- -"'".'■ -. •>
WALTER NELSON. Druggist, 1946 Uni-
V-:-'■■"•■■'. versity avenue. - ?;^" : :; ■•^r"' -
CAPITOL DRUG F CO.. '-. '■ Druggists. c Uni
■ - --• versity avenue and Rice street.
r DR. MARKS. Pharmacy, 118 S. Wabasha.
HALL & ; KRAFT, Druggists, ; 428 ■S. Wa
&"»^basha.; .-"-->'.>■■'-*;^r •;.;■ :^- ':i~ ::;"--
HANS - MADSON, -■ Druggist. 156 i Concord.
ECLIPSE 1 DRUG STORE. V 113 iS. • Robert.
": G. ;A. -= WOLFROM. Druggist. * 572 Kent.
'D. C. ■•"■ KISSEL. : Druggist, '. 561 Thomas. >-
F. A. HOLCOMB. Druggist. 954 Payne ;
■ '. -.:1'": avenu#. iv--;' .^:;:-."?.-'"v-<-' ■■ -'.
CENTRAL i PHARMACY, Tenth and Wa
. ■ - •■' basha. '*t.-."-.:. •■■ ■r-'-^rv^ :v"^ ■.-.>>•'■■ '•, •■'.
- EDMUND J. FUCHS, Druggist; 798 : East
;> -7 ■-■ Seventh -ir— v: v J- •"•••\-*~ - - " •■•■:■
: E. E. KEEPER;: Druggist, 450 South• Rob
.?-.•;-:.'-■.?;ert jr--T--""'^-r>c:-.-.'■•.. ■ x.?.-.\y&>±.;-.?.:<:-.;*;. -;■■.
IG. F. UMLAND, ; Druggist, 441 University
-.-- avenue. ■^:- i -: • ;.;. :^MM&
FOR RENT— Furnished Rooms
ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR GEN
tleman in private family; steam heat,
gas, bath, telephone. 60 East Summit
ay.. flat 11.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—A
neatly furnished room; private family;
new house: all modern conveniences; on
car line; hill district; references ex
changed. Call any evening, 944 Selby
ay.
A VERY DESIRABLE MODERN STEAM
: ". heated, ; furnished ; or ? unfurnished < room,
Z\ 274.-; Dayton ay., flat 12; walking dis
-~*- tance; • two:ladies> or _ gentlemen. v ~:> s's. ■''■..
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR
K-,' double; r strictly r- modern; "walking - dis
'•■;"', tance; = references i required. .«: 415 '-, Rondo ;
;■ '•■ st.:.' Jos. Griesgraber.'- '•-.'.'. '■"*■* '■ -~ v'- '■'..' -~:
FOR RENT—LARGE FURNISHED
B £ room; modern < suitable v for ■' ladies >-' or
V; gentlemen, and will allow: light house
keeping. 313 E. Tenth st. ••■-";
FURNISHED p| ROOMS—GAS, % > BATH,
.:'.- heat and - good location. 768 : Selby t ay.
FOR j RENT—PLEASANT MUSIC : ROOM;
-•-'steam heat; rent- low. ~. Inquire in book
'■■- store, fc 385 St. Peter' st. '>::.-----<'-\i--r.s.'->:/~^:
: FOR RE NT-Unfurnished
FOR RENT—BY OCT. 1, FOUR LARGE
'i rooms =? on ground floor; water, sewer,
r> ■ gas and bath. 399 : Carroll st.'.T<^-."-^'
ROOM and BOARD WANTED
ROOM WANTED :IN MODERN FLAT;
■i* board . nearby = desired; must ;be ' walking !
': distance. .': Address X 145, Globe. 7 .".^\-r
--::■ FINANCIAL :r-::-: ~ '.
5 PER CENT AND 6 PER CENT :
:'..r. ~;' ";;;^ ;^ MONEY ;';:''~;^^/S
■- '-. IN ;-• ANY AMOUNT. O^^i':*
with the : "on or before" pr'.vilege. to loan ,
;-. on • St. Paul improved rial : estate. A :-;:. • :I.
;. v WARE & HOSPES, ' ; ;>\
- ': Successors to r . '-. ■". '--'■ ,-■'
'-. --: ROBERT L. WARE & CO.. i
:>-.-'--tf:'-''2o1 JGermanla Life Building.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE r WITH
*--. out mortgage-- or indorscr. Only se
"-. curity your - name. Others on I: house
'jx hold „ furniture, pianos, : etc.. without re- :
c moval from j your possession. Minne
-L;sota Mortgage. Loan Co.. 316-317 Pioneer
-"'-"'-Press bldg. -:-■ ■». :'■■'.- ':" -. . - -'-•'M'Sggj
SALARY AND FURNITURE LOANS—
• We ;.- loan ito r nearly everybody;: because'
most i every one • has ■ a security on I which;
.;. they :■ can j> borrow '. money . from i us. Room
301 New York Life Bldg. - -:. -^ v^j :
SHORT Id AN «r'-AT lowest RATES'
OnUHI LU A H»K on easy payment plan.
; Furniture, pianos.-; etc. "=f 730 Globe bldg. r""
'•"-. " . ; LOST -":;]:•;-/- r;T-"--
PASSBOOK LOST—SEPT. V : 10, 1904,
passbook -No. 18761 of -The i State Say
-; ings • Bank. Finder is requested to leave
I -":' same at the - bank; lif v.book lis I not * pre
sented.within four weeks it will be can
celed. C. G. Lawrence. Treasurer.
ASS BO X * -•:•: LOST—SEPT. ~AZ, X 1904,
'■■.v passbook No. 1596S or The State Say
■:-■>. ings i Bank." Finder !is '■ requested t« ' leave
same at bank; if book is not presented
i' 3 within ? four weeks ?It will £be canceled.
• C. G. Lawrence, Treasurer.---',>' -":'■: <? r-> _i
PASSBOOK LOST—AUG."29.. 1904: PASS
;.:.book t No. 23975, of 'The> State r. Savings :
bank. - Finder is requested to leave same
u^: at f the bank; ■ if. book *is -: not r presented ■
;■;'..: within four weeks it will be canceled.
C. G. Lawrence,' Treasurer. A-^r' ■■■"•■,-■
BUSINESS PERSONALS
REEVES' IRON PILLS ARE JUST
v-r the« thing for people ■; sick -of , being ■ tired
■^ and for people tired rof being t, sick; r try
■■> them. S. ;-, H. Reeves, '.Druggist."- Seven
■ ' '• Corners: money cheerfully - refunded. '^
CARPET CLEANING '"£
X-; l^ Rug Manufacturers - '■'"
UP-TO-DATE UPHOLSTERING, MAT-'
:-, tress ;v.- renovating, carpet ~-: cleanlne.
-- Schroeder .'- & Dickinson. r :161 East Sixth
" Bt.. both 'phones.'f^-- .•:-:;;. :.•'.'-■ '.
SEWING MACHINES j V
600 ' ; SINGERS, - WHITES, DOMESTIC '
r* and Wheeler -&: Wilson at T $8.75. Drop
heads at $13.50; free trial. '93 -West
v> Seventh ~stv ■';--'• .-;.-":.. Z -V .':-:'.'■
;;■ • ■:■! SALESMEN
WANTED—SEVEN CLOTH ING? SALES-
Zj men with established trade ; tributary to
. Chicago •. for one of the best lines sof
*: medium 'and high grade • clothing manu
.-.w factured; %" specially attractive a proposi
:l tion H for men with -j trade ?in Nebraska,
r _ lowa:' and : Missouri. John G. Miller ?& \
Co.. Chicago. 111.-':--*-'---^-'.;-; .-••^■■■:>-^-''-.^,r
':;■':: WANTED TO BUY X; f
WANTED—TO BUY THE BEST HOME
in St. Paul that can be bought for $1,009
-■;. spot r cash; Give size of lot and location;
no agents. Address X 134, Globe. :,
- FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
E. LYTLE'S DIAMOND PARLORS, 411
J*. Robert st.. 2nd k « floor. A?, good ?? many
ctr:- reasons < why we t can i sell \ you * diamonds :
:^: below n arket value. We buy diamonds
: from >:, others that want money. With "
H; > our 30 •: years'.? experience *we * thoroughly
;';? understand the diamond i business. We
r.;. buy at .our .; own • price. We l can ? make a ■
-;■-. good ; profit * and s save I you j money. Mon- :
. ey . advanced i on > diamonds.-? watches \ and !
■s-r. furs. House established ■ in j 187B.*'£-f.;. . _ -
FOR SALE—OFFfcE~DESKS, CHAIRS,"
rs counter, scales, f> typewriter-, v furnace, etc.
[ .-Griggsa "Bros.. Third and Cedar. -^^±AFi^i
'.PA TENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES
%[ F. Williamson and ■ Frank D. Merchant),
'■k* patent 'i attorneys 2 and 5 solicitors. Main \
:- .-v; office. > 929-935 ;«« Guaranty Loan v' bldg..
;t^ Minj.eapoHs, Minn.; K. branch. Room •• 53,
- t McGlll bldg- Washington. D. C.
FOR SALE—Type writers
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN EVERY
where k to )* appreciate ..; i hat «5 every fx day
o.; there fe are '$ excellent chances sto 5. better
V:a then-selves • offered I in : these columns. •■gg'
MINES AND MINING
?R.T3 B.g HIGBEE. GCRMANIA LIFE
bldg . can save you money on k any min
ing stock.
0
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20; 1904
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED-Male
SOLVED AT LAST
Wanted—The public to know that highly
sensitive living teeth can be made im
mune from pain without Injury to tooth
structure, thereby precluding any pain I
whatsoever to these organs of the hu- .
mqn body due. to excavating, removing
pulps and nerves from roots" o"r crowns
fitted and set, fully guaranteed by Dr.
F. A. Hall, 591 Phoenix Bldg., Seventh
and Cedar, sis.
WANTED—A GOOD OFFICE BOY,
with experience in answering telephones.
Z 104. Globe. -
WANTED—BARBER AE 311 UNIVER
sity ay. Call at once.
TAILORS — BUSHELMEN WANTED.
Reid Brothers.
WANTED — BOOKKEEPER; EXPERl
enced only; young man or woman; must
have first class city references; retail
clothing. V 139, Globe.
WANTED—A PICTURE FRAME
maker; steady position. Address Decker
Mfg. Co., Duluth.
A PLEASANT SMILE. CIGARS AND
music at Bennle's. Fifth and Wabasha.
WANTED—BRIGHT YOUNG MAN FOR
outside work; must come we'd recom
mended; permanent position to right
party. Apply forenoon, 603 Ernst :
Bldg. i
SHOECUTTERS WANTED ON HEAVY
work. Apply at once, Western Shoe
Co., Stillwater, Minn.

HELP W ANTED -Fema'.c
WANTED — LADY STENOGRAPHER
capably of doing general office work,
except bookkeeping; $35 pev month;
state references^ X .181, Globe.
WANTED — GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages; no children;
no washing. Apply 600 Portland ay.
WANTED—GIRL FOR KITCHEN WORK.
444 St. Peter st. __
WANTED—TWO GIRLS TO WORK TO
gether in general housework; one must
be good cook, the other second girl;
will pay good wages. Address V 160.
Globe.
SITUATION WANTED-Male
ENGINEER, MIDDLE AGE, WANTS A
position to run any kind of steam plant;
can do his own repairs; can furnish
the best of references. John Lockwood,
212 Pleasant ay.
YOUNG MAN OF 21 WOULD LIKE A
job as coachman or work of some kind;
knows how to take care of horses. Ad
dress F. S.. 221 Earl st., city.
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION IN OF
fice or learn some good trade. Please
call or address 480 N. Robert st., city.
A YOUNG MAN. OF 24 WOULD LIKE
work as driver; would like work soon.
Address E. G., 691 West Annapolis st.,
city.
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
as janitor in large flat building; best
of references. Address Lee Courtney,
482 Beaumont st., city.
A MAN WANTS A JOB CARING FOR
a flat all the season. W. G., 385^
Walnut st.
COLORED MAN, CAPABLE, DESIRES
position taking care of heating plant and
furnaces, either for private families or
buildings. Address 550 Wabasha st.
YOUNG AND STRONG M-AN OF
twenty-seven would like work of any
kind; good milker and understands the
care of horses; Al references. Address
George P. Evans, general delivery, city.
YOUNG MAN, TWENTY-ONE YEARS
of age. with experience, desires a posi
tion as stenographer and bookkeeper;
country town preferred. Address S.,
259 West Fifth st.
A YOUNG MAN OF 2* WOULD LIKE
work of some kind. Address L. S., 636
Orleans st.. city. .
SITUATION WANTED BY A CUTTER
and coat maker; good references. Ad
dress L. T. P., care of Royal hotel, St.
Paul.
MAN AND WIFE WANT EMPLOYMENT
to take charge over a hotel in country
town; have the experience; will giva
references. J. B. _Whitte£. 426 Rice st.
BARTENDER—SOBER ~MAN7~SINGLE;
desires work, city or country. Address
C. E., 203 East Eighth st.
SITUATION WANTED
Female
WANTED—WASHING, IRONING AND
nousecleaning -in private families, by the
day; also cleaning offices. Address M.,
259 West Fifth st.
GERMAN WOMAN. 48 YEARS OLD,
with boy 8 years of age, would like
housekeeping place near a good school.
Call or address M. W., 206 West Third
st.
POSITION AS DISHWASHER IN FIRST
class hotel or restaurant. Mrs. L M
Vance, Pauly hotel, Minneapolis.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES WORK EVEN
ings addressing, etc., or most any kind
of work. E. L. C., 578 Westminster
St., city.
A WOMAN WOULD LIKE DAY WORK
washing or ironing and scrubbing. Call
at 256 West Seventh st... upstairs.
WANTED—WORK BY DAY, WASH
mg or scrubbing. Address 8., 39 East
Ninth st.
WANTED—A POSITION BY A STE
nographer with considerable experience;
is capable of holding any kind of a po
sition. Address Miss Katie Smith, care
of Hesa Business College.
POSITION AS. WAITRESS IN RESTAU
rant. Call or address 126 West Sixth
St., up stairs.
WANTED—POSITION aI HOUSE
keeper; best of references; one girl five
years old; will go anywhere. Mrs. Butt
ler, 122 East Third st.
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSE
keeper where there are no children; best
references; good cook and neat; coun
try preferred. I. L. Anderson, New
Brighton. Minn.
EXPERIENCED LADY STENOGRAPH
er desires employment; best of refer
ences; accurate, rapid, neat; have done
billing. Address C., 654 Rondo st.;
phone Dale 47-L2.
LADY WOULD. LIKE A PLACE TO
work as bookkeeper and cashier; has
had experience in both. Address 142
Granite st.. St. Paul. Minn.
EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS PLACE
as second girl. Call or write 653 Audu
bon st., city.
WOMAN, WITH BOY 6 YEARS OLD,
would like work in private family; good
cook and neat worker; in or near the
city preferred. Call or address 122 East
Third st.
WANTED—A YOUNG LADY DESIRES
a position as office girl, where there is
some shorthand and bookkeeping; can
give best of reference. Address 19 East
Tenth st., St. Paul.
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er by a widow with no children for a
widower with one or two small chil
dren; references exchanged. Address V
ISB. Globe.
COMPETENT LADY STENOGRAPHER
wants position; can assist on books;
moderate salary; good references fur
nished. Address J. E.. room 309, 61 East
Sixth st. _J_
COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER WlSH
es position immediately; references
furnished. Address D. F., 124 West
Fillmore ay.
SITUATION WANTED AS STENOGRA
pher; some experience; salary not par
ticular. Address 578 Wabasha st.
WANTED—BY GERMAN WOMAN,
work by the day. Call or address No.
206 West Third st.. room 11.
WANTED—BY A RELIABLE WOMAN,
family washing; references from cus
tomers worked for for three years. Ad
dress V 196. Globe.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES OFFICE
work; good penman, understands the
keeping of books and also stenography.
Address W. E., 388 Summit place.
FOR 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.
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
Forty Martha Washington Needles
WITH EACH GLOBE WANT AD
THill -(fSllffftlS/ft °*rlll' £'Vft * p*ckagp> containing ;forty
U Martha Washington NeodSes with ;ev«rV
— _ - = cash want ad received at the office or
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The i eyes' aro beveled * and « gauged, thereby making sewing
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■iVi, Milliner's Needle 2 Cotton-Darn jfs." 1 Silk Darnsrti-
l Tape Needle r:-}- v t 1 Yarn Needle '£ 1 Carpet Needle
1 : Worsted Needle 2 V/00l Darners 1 Shoe Button Need!*
Send Your Next Want Ad to The Globe
and Receive a Package of Needles Free
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 YOU.
You may as well own your own
home; call and investigate.
AMERICAN REAL ESTATE
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LIST YOUR RENTAL AND REALTY
properties with us; nc delay Jn making
Fales. and we can rent your home.
Great Western Real Estate and Loan
Co.. 438 Gilfillan Bide.
FOR SALE— Farm i.ano's
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. 215 New
York Life BTdg.. Minneapolis.
LAND BARGAINS—KANSAS. NEBRAS
ka Colorado. Wyoming; 10 years' time.
Union Pacific Agency. 135 East Sixth
st. (Ryan HoteH. St. Paul. Minn.
HORSES AND CARRfAGES
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN, MIDWAY
Horse Market. St. Paul, have the larg
est assortment of horses in the North
west; part time given, if desired.
FOR SALE—THREE HEAVY DRAFT
teams, driving horses, wagons, trucks,
harness, etc. Griggs Bros., Third and
Cedar. -
IF YOU HAVE ANY HORSES TO SELL
remember that Barrett & Zimmerman,
at Midway. St. Paul, are always ready
to buy and pay cash.
BUY YOUR HARNESS ON THE \N~-
Btallment plan. Hard Times Harnes3
Factory. 541 Rice st.
FOR SALE—Pianos, Organs
A KRANICH & BACH UPRIGHT
piano; beautiful mahogany case; cost
$450; only $198 if taken at once.
Raudenbush. Sixth and St. Peter.
THE "IMPROVED" WESLEY PIANO IS
the best piano made at a moderate
price. Raudenbush, Sixth and St.
Peter sts.
A $750 WHITE MAHOGANY PIANO FOR
sale at a great sacrifice; specially made;
used only a short time; a snap. Ad
dress X 120, Globe.
CONTRACT WORK
Paving Kenwood Terrace With Brick
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 12, 1904.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Minn.,
at their office in said city, until 2 p. m.
on the 26th day of September, A. D.
1904, for the paving with brick and curb
ing with cement curb, Kenwood Terrace,
from St. Albans street to Kenwood Park
thence around Kenwood Park, in said
city, according to plans and specifica
tions 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 ac
company each bid. Said check shall be
made payable to the Clerk of said Board.
The said Board reserves the right tc
reject any and all bids.
JOHN S. GRODE,
President.
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Sept. 13-1904-10t
Assessment for Slopes on Conway Street,
Earl Street to Tell Street
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 19, 1904.
The Board of Public Works in and for
the corporation of the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, will meet at~ their office in said
city at 2 p. m. on the 6th day of October,
A. D. 1904. to make an assessment of
benefits, damages, costs and expenses
arising from condemning and taking an
easement in the land abutting on Conway
street, between Earl street and Tell street,
in said city, necessary to construct the
sloypes for cuts and fills in grading said
Conway street, between Earl street and
Tell street, to the established grade
thereof, as shown by the profile of said
grade on file in the office of the Register
of Deed^in and for Ramsey County, and
in the office of the City Engineer, said
slopes to extend 1% feet on said land for
every foot of cut or fill, as indicated on
the- plan of sarid slopes on file in the of
fice of said Board, in said city, on the
property on the line of Conway street,
from JEarl street to Tell street, and deem
ed benefited or damaged thereby.
All persons interested are hereby noti
fied to be present at said time and place
of making said assessment, and will be
heard.
JOHN S. GRODE,
President.
Official: R. L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Sept. 20-1904-lt
Assessment for Graveling Summit Avenue
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 19, 1904.
The Board of Public Works in and for
the corporation of the City of St. Paul,
Minnesota, will meet at their office in said
city at 2 p. m. on the 29th day of Septem
ber, 1904, to make an assessment of ben
efits, costs and expenses arising from
leveling, filling and surfacing with six' (6)
inches of gravel the roadways on Summit
avenue, from Dale street to Cleveland
avenue, in said city, on the property abut
ting upon said improvement and specially
benefited thereby, amounting in the ag
gregate to $43,757.12.
All persons interested are hereby noti
fied to be present at said time and place
of making said assessment, and will be
heard. '
JOHN S. GRODE,
President.
Official: R L. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Sept. 20-1904-lt
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
FOR RENT— Houses
FOR RENT—MY HOUSE, 217
Summit ay., corner Selby; mod
ern, prime condition, hardwood
floors, ample, efficient furnace,
barn. R. M. Newport.
FOR RENT—MODERN 9-ROOM RESl
dence; heated with hot water; on "eight'
- tons of fuel; beautifully decorated. 818
: .-Grand a v.v-; near Avon. Apply Frye ' &
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FOR RENT OR SALE—NEW 7 ROOM
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FOR "RENT—NO. 507 - HOLLY -VAV.;
'y.i eight rooms, all ■ modern, open plumb- "
. ing. E. P. Roberts, No. 45 East Fourth 1
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4, 5. 6 rooms, $25 to $29; shades, gas range,
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Shepard, 94 East Fourth st. >.»':-•- ■■.•:'■ : r..."
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FOR RENT-Stores, Offices
GOOD BLACKSMITH - SHOP TO RENT
ga at the Midway horse t market. -V Barrett:
--*; & Zimmerman, Midway;;;■ St. : Paul, , Minn. r
FOR RENT—BUILDING, 343 V: ROBERT
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FOR RENT- FurnlshedHouses
FOR RENT TO RESPONSIBLE PARTY,
;^ nicely« furnished i house, bright ~ sunny
. rooms, combination* furnace; g two blocks I
- ■ west 1; of new capitol; « good repairs. - 82
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'\~r : WANTED TO RENT
WANTED—FIVE-ROOM FLAT, ST. AN- 1
-;A thony hill ior ? vicinity *of Central | park
;. preferred, by - family -of two '■ adults; re-'
:.:'ply • giving• terms and location. Address
: V 154, Globe. -:.-:>v-..--:-v" „'■■■.- "
WANTED—A SEVEN OR EIGHT ROOM
'.Vmodern house in hill district or Merriam"
4 . Park; It state I. rent. - Address 'C. V. W.,
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Address Mrs. T. Wagner. 43% East
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CONTRACT WORK
Grading Alley, Block 2, Rogers and Cole
man's Subdivision of Block 22, Stinson,
Brown and Ramsey's Addition.
Office of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 15. 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 26th day of September,
A. D. 1904, for grading the alley in block
2, of Rogers and Coleman's Subdivision
of Block 22 of Stinson, Brown and Ram
sey's Addition 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 re
ject any and all bids..
JOHN S. GRODE,
President.
Official: R. Ls GORMAN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Sept. 16-1904-10t
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION
Resolutions Adopted by the Common
Council of the city of St. Paul
Bd F No. 20260—
Resolved, That the President of the
Assembly and the President of the Board
of Aldermen shall each appoint three
members of their respective bodies to
act as a joint committee to investigate
and report what streets and thorough
fares leading to the outskirts of the city
ere in need of repairs which cannot be
assessed against property on the line
thereof without practical confiscation and
the probable expense of such/ repairs^
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 3904.
Adopted by the Assembly" S* pt. 12 1904. i
Approved Sept. 15. 1904
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20182—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of a change of grade
on Curfew avenuef, from Bayard avenue
to Ellis street, be and the sanue is hereby
referred to the Board of Public Works to
Investigate and report.
First—ls this improvement proper and
"necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one-half of the cost thereof is to be paid
into the City Treasury before the con
tract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed"
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to
be assessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or pro
nie or said improvement, as required by
laS'; It y<i,u re P°rt in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper or
der directing the work to be done
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17. 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20258—
Whereas. The Common Council of the
City of St. Paul heretofore ordered the
Board of Public Works to report whether
a change of grade on Hewitt avenue,
from Aldine street to-Wheeler avenue, in
said city, as shown by a red line on a
profile annexed to said order, was neces
sary and proper, and whether real es
tate to be assessed for said improvement
could be found benefited to the extent of
damages and costs to be incurred by said
improvement; and.
Whereas, In accordance with said or
der, the Board of Public Works did make
a report to the Common Council of date
Aug. 1, 1904.- recommending that the
grade be changed on Hewitt avenue, from
Aldine street to Wheeler avenue, as in
dicated by the red line on accompany
ing profile, and that property could be
found benefited to the extent of damages
costs and expenses necessary to be in
curred in making said change of grade
as aforesaid; and.
Whereas. The Common Council of said
city, on the 4th day of August, 1904,
adopted said report and ordered the City
Clerk to give the notioe required by law;
and.
_ Whereas. The City Clerk gave notice
in the official paper of said city, for three
successive weeks, twice In each week,
that the Common Council of said city,
would on the 6th day of September, 1904.
at 7:30 o'clock p. m., at the Council
Chamber, m said city, consider such pro
posed change of grade; and,
Whereas, At the time and place last
designated for such proposed change of
grade, the Common Council, after hear
ing all persons interested, and being of
the opinion that the same is necessary
and proper.
Therefore, be it resolved. That the
grade of Hewitt avenue, from Aldine
street to Wheeler avenue, be and the
same is hereby changed in accordance
with the red line as shown on the an
nexed profile, being the same as referred
to in all the proceedings had in regard
to said change, and be it further
Resolved, That this order and the pro
file representing said change of grade be
referred to the Board of Public Work?,
and that said Board shall proceed without
delay to assess the amount, as nearly as
they can ascertain the same, which shall
be required to pay the damages, costs
and expenses of such improvement upon
the real estate to be benefited by said
Improvement, as provided by law,'it be
ing the opinion of the Common Council
that real estate to be assessed for such
improvement can be found benefited to
the extent of the damages, costs and
expenses necessary.to be incurred there
by.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by the" Assembly Sept. 15 1904.
Approved Sept. 17. 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20259—
Resolved, That the St. Paul City Rail
way Company be and it Is hereby re
quired to run and operate its cars upon
and over the Union Depot Loop Line, so
called, as the same is now constituted,
at intervals of not more than five min
utes between cars, between the hours of
7 o'clock a. m. and 10:30 o'clock p. m.
of each day until the further order of the
Common Council, and that ;;s far as prac
tical it always have a car thereon in
waiting at the corner of Sibley and Third
streets at the time of the arrival of all
trains at said depot.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20201—
Resolved, That under and pursuant to
the terms of Ordinance No. 2272, approv
ed April 7, 1902 7 permission is hereby
granted to the Union Manufacturing
Company to erect poles and string wires
for electric lighting purposes in the al
leys in block 3, Lovering Park, and block
3 of Lovering's Addition to Union Park.
In all alleys in Union Park, in the alleys
in blocks 10, 11 and 12 of Quinby Park
Addition, in alleys in blocks 3 and 4 of
College Park Addition, In alley in Con
vers & Theopold's Rearrangement of
block 8 of Excelsior Park Addition, in al
ley in block 9 of Excelsior Park Addition;
on Frye street, from alley between Mar
shall avenue and Iglehart street to alley
between Carroll street and Rondo street;
also in alleys in blocks 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9,
10, 11 and 12, in Merriam Park Second
Addition; provided, that this permission
is granted upon the express condition that
said poles shall be erected and the wires
strung thereon within six months after
the approval of this resolution, and said
poles and vires shall be erected and
strung under the direction and supervision
of the Commissioner of Public Works,
and said Union Manufacturing Company
shall pay the cost of all engineering and
inspection, and upon the further condi
tion that said poles and wires or any por
tion thereof shall be taken down and re
moved and placed in underground con
duits whenever the Common Council shall
so order.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1004.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904. *■*
(Sept. 20, 1904: 1)
Bd P No. 20262—
Resolved. That the Commissioner of
Public -Works be and is hereby directed
to put down three manholes on Atwater
■street, from Rice street to Gaultier
street, and the City Comptroller is direct
ed to set apart $175 from the "Sewer .Ac
count of the General Fund" for this pur
pose. '
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1901.)
Bd F No. 20263—
Resolved, That the Commissioner of
Public Works is hereby ordered to ex
tend the cement sidewalks to the curb
line at the intersection of Third and
Eagle streets.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by'the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17. 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20264—
Resolved, That the Commissioner of
Public Works be and Is hereby directed
to put down a drill hole on the south
side of Tenth street at the nr.gle mid
way between Fort street and St. Peter
street, and the City Comptroller Is here
by directed to set aside $75 from the
Sewer Account of the General Fund for
that purpose.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1004.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
BTTF No. 20266—
It is hereby ordered by the Common
Council of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of constructing- a brick
and stone crosswalk on the east and west
sides of St. Albans street at the cross
ing of Iglehart and Carroll streets, be and
the same is hereby referred to the Board
of Public Works to investigate and re
port.
First —Is this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second —Send the Council a proper or
der directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adoj?ted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1304.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20267—
It is hereby ordered by the Common
Council of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of constructing a ce
ment sidewalk on the north side of Ninth
street, commencing at the east line of
Robert street, thence east 120 feet be
and the same is hereby referred to the
Board of Public Works to investigate
and report. •
First—ls this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one_-half of the cost thereof is to be paid
into the City Treasury before the con
tract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to
be assessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the "Council a plan or pro
nie of said improvement, as required by
law, if you report in favor of the same
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15,. 1904.
Approved Sent. 17, 1904
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20268—
It is hereby ordered by the Common
Council of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of reconstructing, re
pairing and relaying with cement blocks
to a width of ten feet the present wooden
sidewalk on the south side of Summit
avenue, beginning 70 feet east of Oak
land street, thence east 90 feet, be and
the same is hereby referred to the Board
of Public Works to investigate and re
port.
First—ls this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one-half of the cost thereof is to be paid
into the City Treasury before the con
tract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to be
assessed for such improvement?
Fifth—Send the Council a plan or pro
file of said improvement, as required by
law, if you report in favor of the same*
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20269—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul:
That-the matter of constructing a sewer
on Greenwood avenue, from Robie street
to Winifred street, thence on Winifred
street, from Greenwood avenue to a point
75 feet west of the west line of Green
wood avenue, be and the same is hereby
referred to the Board of Public Works to
investigate and report.
First—ls this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one-half of the cost thereof-Js to be paid
into the City Treasury before the con
tract is let.
Third—Can real estate to be assessed
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs" and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to
be assessed for such' improvement?
Fifth —Send the Council a plan or pro
file of said improvement; as required by
law. if you report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen Sept.
6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20270—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of constructing a brick
crossing on the north side of Isabel street,
across Clinton avenue, be and the same
ts hereby referred to the Board of' Public
Works to investigate and report.
First—ls this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by th£ Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6. 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20271—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of grading the center
sixty feet (CO) of Raymond avenue, from
University avenue to the southerly line
of Wabash avenue, be and the same is
hereby referred to the Board of Public
Works to investigate and report.
First —Is this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second"—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one-half of the cost thereof is to be paid
into the City Treasury before the contract
is let.
Third —Can real estate to be assessud
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth —Is such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to
be assessed for such improvement?
Fifth —Send the Council a plan or pro
file of said improvement, as required by
law, if you report in favor of the same.
Sixth—Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved 'Sept. 17, 1904.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
Bd F No. 20272—
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun
cil of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter of a sidewalk on the
south side 'of McLean avenue, from Bat<-s
avenue to Maria avenue, be and the same
is hereby referred to the Board of Public
Works to investigate and report.
First —Is this improvement proper and
necessary?
Second—Give the Council an estimate
of the expense thereof, and state whether
one-half of the cost thereof is to be paid
into the City Treasury before the contract
Is let.
Third —Can real estate to be as.sp.ssed
for said improvement be found benefited
to the extent of damages, costs and ex
penses necessary to be incurred thereby?
Fourth—ls such improvement asked for
upon the petition or application of the
owners of a majority of the property to
be assessed for such improvement?
Fifth —Send the Council a plan or pro
filo of said improvement, as required by
law. if you report in favor of the same.
Sixth —Send the Council a proper order
directing the work to be done.
Adopted by the Board of Aldermen
Sept. 6, 1904.
Adopted by the Assembly Sept. 15, 1904.
Approved Sept. 17. U'o4.
(Sept. 20, 1904.)
-Bd F No. 20273 — - .-'■■'-
It is hereby ordered by the Common Coun- *
.'.=%■ cil of the. City of St. Paul: - -
That the matter of :constructing: a ce
ment sidewalk six feet in width on the •■'
south side of Edmund street, from Chats- .
worth street! to Lexington -avenue, be and
f the i same, is ■ hereby referred " to the Board
of Public Works to investigate and. re- •
port. - • -"-.■;"-■;; • .-■..-:
"First--Is. this improvement -proper and
necessary? :-•-!< ~,^ - g
'-- Second-Give ■ the ? Council: an' estimate „■:
of the expense thereof, and state" whether \
?onerhalf of the cost thereof is to be paidj
■ into:sthe• -.City -~ Treasury before- the con
tract is •10t.i.-;"-. .•;: •-"•... -■' . j- "■-;; ■ : . :•-"•■
Third—Can real estate to .be"assessed ■
for. 1 said; improvement ,be found benefited : ■..
to the extent of damages.* cos tar and •• ex
rpensef? necessary \to be incurred * thereby?" -
'*■* Fourth-Is such •■ improvement;a^ked = for ■■'
upon i. the petition or application ■■: of the -
- owners of .n? majority of the property; to '.
•be i assessed ? for such improvement?-,..
Fifth-Send the Council a plan or pro- .
file * of i said J Improvement;.-as ■. required-;, by ;
5 law. if I you report ■in - favor of, the ; same.
;fSixth—Send the Council: a proper ■ order
directing the woik to be done. - ;.
-Adopted by the Board t- of • Aldermen,:
?Sept. 1904. •■.--' - •■ '
c •-■. ■--. :--.-!■ FRANK J. HL'BEH,
* •-".; President of the Board of Aldermen.
" Adopted by the Assembly Sept."? 15, 1904.
>/ V /-:-->-":>' MICHAEL DORAN JR..
• '*: * President of the Assembly. •
Approved Sept. 17. 1904."-{-. .'.<, ' '
'■■■; -. ;> 7 '-v.R.:- A. SMITH, - ;
Mayor.
Attest: GEORGE '.T."; REDINGTON. -- ■'■
City Clerk.
Sept. 'JO-ISOA-lt

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