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MARKETS
HOG MARKET STRONG
AND NICKEL HIGHER
Good Demand for Killing Cattle
at Steady Prices—Sheep
Steady
. . ST. PAUL LIVE STOCK
SOUTH ST. PAUL. April -4.— Estimated
• receipts at the Union stock yards today:
Cattle, 2.300; calves. 450; hogs, .1,550;
sheep, 25; horses. 16: cars, 127.-.
Official receipts April 22: Cattle, 214;
calves, 54: hogs. 2,309; cars, 35.
Hogs—Market strong to 5c higher; bulk
sold at ST..Mi. Sales:
: Light, Mixed and Heavy-
No. Ay. l'rice.|No. Ay. Price.
80 207 $5.35 77 219 $5.
51 197 5.3521 ,270 5.35
72 --: 5.30178 183 5.30
5V........ L'l 1 i .30 85 ...207- 5.30
89 200 5.25175-. 210- 5.25
92 170 -5.20180 14G 5.20
Underweight! and Roughs —
No. Ay. Price.|No. Ay. Price,
n........ 98 $4.25| 2 stags... 560 $4.i:»
2 stags.. 460 4.00 1 stag... 510 4.00
8 115 4.00 2 100 4.00
1 stag... 560 3.50
Cattle—Good killing stuff steady with
last week's close, other kinds 10c lower;
rkers and feeders 10c higher. Bales:
Butcher Steers— .
No. Ay Price. No. Ay. Price.
-'...:... .'1290 $5.85 20 1278 $5.65
9 1091 5.20 2 1315 5.00
1. ..'..1. ;iOOO 1.56 1! 1070 4.50
3 1280 4.5019 950 4.00
2........1080 {.go 2 875 3.00
Butcher Cows and Heifers—
No. Ay. Price.JNo. Ay. Price.
l 1210 $4,501 I 1860 $4.00
2. .;...'.. 1165 3.75 3 1056 3.75
4... 1000 3.50 l 975 3.50
3.■..•;.:.. 936 3.25 12 840 3.10
6 941 3.00! 8 90S 2.75
2 ...1150 2.C0 5 760 2.50
7 840 2.50 5 792 2.40
4 987 2.25 1 865 2.15
3 987 2.00
Butcher Bulis—
No, Ay. Price.(No. Ay. Price.
1 930 $4.00 i 2110 $3.50
1 1720- 3.70 2 1330 2.50
3 !1.-.>; 2.80
Veal Calves —
£". Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
3 120 $4.75 3 136 $4.50
4 108 3.75 12 225 3.00
14 251 2.75
Stock and Feeding Steers—
No. Ay. Price No. Ay. Price.
3.: 1020 $4.00146 841 $3.90
9 761 3.75 15 722 3.70
- 795 3.50 - 805 3.25
3 806 3.25 20 554 3.10
2 570 3.00 3 436 2.50
Stock Cows and Heifers—
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
« 10 61ti $2.50 13 651 $2.50
9 651 2.45 6 650 2.35
29 37» • 2.15 6 356 2.00
Stock and Feeding Bulls—
No. Ay. Price. No. Ay. Price.
:: list; $2.75| 2 790 $2.50
- 1055 2.50 733 2.25
M'.lch Cows and Springers—
No. Kind. Price.
- cows $58.00
1 cow and 1 calf 32.00
1 cow and 1 calf 26.66
1 COW and 1 calf 18 00
1 cow 24.66
Sheep—Sheep and lambs steady. Sales:
Killing Sheep and Lambs-
No. Kind. Average. Price.
(9 shorn western'lambs 68 15.50
46 shorn western ewes 83 5.00
202 shorn western ewes 96 4.85
502 shorn western wethers 117 4.75
Shippers—W. L. Edgerton. Ada; Sheldon
«^- ('".. Alexandria; L. T. Larson. Brstrand;
T. .1. Coffee, Crookston; N. A. Malt. Fish
er; W. F. Knowlton and (; w I'itts
A.la; A. 1). Scwald. Kritton; Farley &
<■.>.. Cogswell; Ward <SL- Co.. Bryant; A. A.
Sandvigr. Webster; J. hundqtiist, Win
throp; Clark & Co., Bertha.
SIOUX CITY LIVE STOCK
SIOI'X CITY. la.. April Receipts—
Cattle. 4,000; Saturday. 398; shipments,
484. Market strong. Sales:
Beeves —
No. Ay. Price.|Nb. Ay. Price.
W 1180 $5.00 1242 $5.50
14 1310 5.85
Cows arid Heifers
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price
1" ~. 800 $3.52 9 920 $1.00
10 1040 5.001
Stackers and Feeders—
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
1".. 740 $3.40|16 820 $3.85
19 940 3.45|
yearlings and Calves—
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
"•;• 420 $3.00121 680 $3.75
48 600 4.001
Stock Heifers—
No. Ay. Price. Ay. Price.
£::::::: iiS liM\ 10 510 '--50
Bulls-
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
4 1330 $2.50! 1 1700 $2.90
3 .1C56 3.751
Hogs—Receipts, 1.500; Saturday. 2,631:
shipments. 771; market strong. Sales:
No. Ay. Price.l No. Ay. Price.
(i- ISO $5.2072 240 $5.25
4S 290 5.2758. 296 530
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO. April 24.—Cattle—Receipts.
20.000; 10<S15c higher; good to prime
steers, [email protected]; poor to medium. $4,500
5.70; stockera and feeders, [email protected]
c0w5, [email protected]; heifers, $:: now;, 90'
canners. $1.C0(Tt2.40; bulls. $2.50«4!76:
calves, $3.0000. Hogs«-Receipts 33
--000; tomorrow. 27.000; market strong
mixed and butchers, [email protected]; good to
choice heavy. $4.5505.65; rough heavy.
$5.40(?i5.50; light. *5-.35<&:5.55; bulk of
sales. [email protected] Sheep—Receipts. 28,
--000; sheep and lambs lower; good to
choice mixed, shorn, $4-0004.75; western
sheep. [email protected]; native lambs, shorn
£6.50; western lambs, $4.6097.60.
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET
Minnesota Transfer, St. Paul. Minn.—
Barrett & Zimmerman report a lull in the
market. Very few buyers were in at
tendance and outlet light; hence prices de
clined somewhat on all classes of horses.
Drafters, extra $175<&5200
Drafters, choice 150<£175
Drafters, common to good [email protected]
Farm mares, extra l°o(Ti 140
Farm mares, choice .'.' ioo<fir>tl
Farm mares, common to good [email protected]
ELGIN BUTTER
;:i.(;r.V 111. April 24.— Butter went down
-'-r» on l h? '"';"'<] of trade today, selling
we^OO^lbS. 1'16 dlSJtliCt f°r the ZM
NEW BORN CHICK
CAUSES $200 FIRE
DETROIT—A wee chicken, held fast
in the egg shell, pecked away at it<
frail prison in an effort to break forth
into the world.
The egg which hold the chicken was
in an incubator in a long line of cess
and when the chicken finally pecked
its way to liberty there was nothing of
particular interest in sight but a lamp
which, by wanning the interior of the
incubator, took the place of the mother
Toward this mother lamp the chick
Picked its way. Its legs were weak and
hat uncertain—so uncertain in
fact that when near the lamp 'the
cluck toppled ovei against it and upset
the lamp.
li; I<sp than a minute the incubator
v.us afire. Edward Hawkins, 1113
Twelfth street, in the rear of whose
nome the ir>cubator stood came to the
rescue of the lone chick and released
it. then turning in a n alarm of fire
<>nee released the chick made its wav
out of the shed which housed the in
cubator and escaped the flames The
fire spread to the shed and before th*.
firemen had arrived had spread to the
]>a.nt shop of James Ryers & Sons next
door. The paint shop and the shed
were destroyed, entailing a loss of $200
Ihf- chick that mad.- this stormy
trauce lut/i tii<. nrnrlri sn , u -,. 00
TOM JOHNSON WINS
City of Cleveland May Own
Street Railways
CLEVELAND. 0., April 24. — Judge
Tayta in the United States district
<ouit today handed down an opinion 1»
the injunction suit brought by the ex
isting street railway corporation to pre
vent the Forest City raiiway company,
;i new concern, in which Mayor John
son is credited with being interested,
from taking possession of the Central
avenue line, the franchise for which it
was alleged had expired. The plaintiff
contended that its franchise was i»ra<
ticvilly perpetual. The court ruled thai
the franchise had already expired. The
temporary injunction asked for to pre
vent the new company from takir.;?
possession was therefore deni-ed. May
or Johnson looks upon the decision as
a big victory in his fight against the
street railway company lor a 2 cent
fare. The Forest City company agreed
Jo carry passengers for 3 cents.
After Judge Taylor had rendered his
decision an open meeting in the city
hall was held between Mayor Johnson
and other city officials and representa
tives of the Cleveland Electric ruilway
company. The mayor made the propo
sition that in order to settle Uie long
standing question, the company turn
over its system to an oprrnfif com
pany which could at any time sell the
property to the <ity direct. The com
pany v. a.s to be Riven a twenty-five
year security franchise on :ill lines to
protect its interests. This plan, it was
claimed, would give all the benefits of
municipal ownership without such :i
condition actually existing. President
Andrews of the street railway company
surprised the mayor by saying that he
was perfectly willing to consider the
proposition and was ready to confer
with the proper persons concerning
terms. Mayor Johnson set next Mon
day as the time for the further con
si<i.-latiol> of the subject.
HOLDS COMPANY NEED
(NOT GIVE TRANSFERS
Judge Grosscup Places Corporation
Under Protection of Federal Court
CHICAGO. April 24.—Judge Cross
cup of the United States circuit court
today placed the Chicago City railway
company under the protection of the
federal court. He held that the city
cannot force the issuance of transfer
slips on the two short lines of this
tail way company operated by the Chi
cago Union Tractton company; also that
the ninety-nine year act is valid, that
the railway company is operating un
der the state law and that the city or
dinances, so far as they refer to the
railway company carrying passengers
without the payment of a cash fare or
giving transfers, is "illegal and void.
Corporation Counsel Tolman, for the
city, said:
This .ipplies only to that portion of
the company's lines on State and Clark
streets, north of Twenty-second street.
I do not believe that, it will preclude
us from Rotting a decision from the
state courts on the ninety-nine year
act."
Attorneys for the traction companies
took extreme grounds and said that
when the federal court passed on the
acts extending ordinance rights this
Mould oast the state courts aud
prevent ex-Mayor Harrison's ninety
nine year act suit being heard for
years. They admitted Judge Gross
cup's decision would be pleaded in the
suit before Judge Mack of the stat»
courts as a bar to further proceedings.
CHICAGO INSISTS UPON
ENTERING GAS BUSINESS
Citizens Protest Against Legislature
Sidetracking Enabling Acts
CHICAGO. April 24.—Agitation to es
tablish municipal ownership of gas
works as well as street railways in
Chicago v.as inaugurated in earnest to
day by a public meeting in the city
council chamber. Mayor Dunne and
members of the legislature met the fif
ty citizens whom the mayor appointed
as a committee to go to Springfield to
protest against the sidetracking of the
Chicago gas bills. If these bills are
passed the city will be enabled to fix
the maximum price of gas charged to
the consumer and be empowered to own
and operate gas plants, an it hopes to
own and operate street car properties.
Mayor Dunne said:
'The city cannot get control of the
pas plants now in existence unless,
like any other purchaser, it buys them,
for the reason that there are no expir
ing gas franchises. Those franchises
are perpetual. But under an enabling
act we can establish plants in compe
tition with the gas company."
TAKE THEIR DIAMONDS
AND IMPRISON THE PAIR
Man and Woman Escape From Closet
Cell by Breaking Panels
CHICAGO. April 24.—0n the pretense
of serving a Beard) warrant three men
Rained entrance to the apartments of
•fra, D. Gihnore in Twentieth street,
and at the point of revolvers robbed
Mrs. Cilmore and Edward Giroux of
$2,500 worth of diamonds. The victims
were bound and thrust into a closet ;m<i
the door locked on them. After the
robbers had departed Mrs. (lilmore tug
ged at her bonds and released her
hands. She and Giroux were half
Btrangled in iheir narrow quarters. Gi
roux, to get a breath of fresh air
kicked out one of the panda in the
door. He attempted to crawl through
this, but tho opening was too narrow
Another panel was then broken and
Mrs. Gllmore crawled through. Bha
secured a duplicate key and released
Giroux. About $n.OOO worth of Jewelry
sought by the robbers was overlooked.
Clings to His Royal League Job
CHICAGO, April 24.—Another de
velopment in the internal difficulties
of the Royal league came to light to
day when Hciry H. Pond filed a suit
in th,- circuit court to restrain a pro
posed ejection from the supreme coun
cil of the order of the original Incor
porators. Mr. Pond asks the protec
tion of the court for his place in the
] council, to which he declares he is en
titled until death. The supreme coun
cil passed a. resolution April l] for r.
mcval of charter members and incor
porators from their positions in the
supreme COOaeiL Pond declares such
action means imperiling his rights in
the organization.
Have Beavers Fast
WASHINGTON. April 24.—The
United States supreme court today di
rected the immediate issuance of the
mandate in the case of George \V
Beavers, whose removal from New
York to Washington for trial on the
charge of defrauding- the government
aa chief of the salary and allowance
division of the postoffice department
has been ordered. In the case of John
A. Benson, who is to be tried here on
the charge of fraudulently appropri
ating public lands, the mandate was
ordered to be stayed for one week In
the latter case notice was kiven of »
motion for a new triaL
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. TUESDAY. APRIL 25, 1905
7 THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
i , : _£
A Few of the Branch Olflcai
Where Ads Are Received for
"The Globe's
Paying Wants"
CONGER * BROS.. Druggists. Selby ' ay..
.: .--• - corner 8t Albana; 499 Selby ay. and
349 University ay.
CAMPBKLL BROS.. Druggists. Selby and
Victoria.
8. H. REEVES. Druggist. Seven Corners.
L. J. ABERWALD. Druggist, corner Rica
and Iglehart.
STRAIGHT BROS.. Druggists. Rondo and
' Grotto sts. •
SEVER WESTBY. Druggist. Maria ay.
and East Third st
W. A. FROST & CO.. Druggists. Selby
__and Western ays.
RIETZKE & CO.. Druggists. Selby and
"Western ays.
A. J. SCHUMACHER. Druggist. 499 West
, _, Seventh st
J. W. NELSON. Druggist, Dale and Uni
versity.
C. T. HELLER Druggist, Wlllard. Bt
_ _, Peter nod Tenth sts.
C. P. RUTHERFORD. Druggist. St. Peter
t and Fourth sts.
J. «P. JEUNEK & CO.. Druggists. 961
West Seventh at. and West Seventh
_ T , and Sherman sts. i ■■*■ •- ;•'■'
W. K. COLLIER. Druggist. East Seventh
St.. corner Slbley.
A. A. CAMPBELL. Druggist. Louis and
Rondo sts. . ,
H L. McCOLL. Druggist. 483 Broadway.
DRIES PHARMACY, corner Ninth and
'mi St. Peter sts .
GEORGE C. DAVENPORT & CO.. 972
„ ~.East Seventh st.
H. W. DICKMAN. Dru?ptsi. *30 East
a . Seventh, corner Beech
A. L. WOOLSEY. Druggist. Prior and St.
_ __ Anthony ays. . . •—•--.*:.
Vr«V», MIDDENTS. Druggist.472 Wabasha.
■JOHN BODIN & CO.. Druggists. 881
..- Payne ay.
B. A. TREAT. Newsdealer. 4*l Broadway.
M. 8. COURTNEY. Newsdealer. 478 Wa
basha.
w. E. LOWE. Prescription Pharmacist.
t a corner Twelfth and Robert sts.
J. A SATTOM- Druggist. 309 Jackson.
A. H. RONNKN. Druggist. 574 Rice.
L JJi,I'UEDERS- Pharmacist. 879 Rice.
RLMMIT PHARMACY. 284 Rice, corner
_ Summit.
WALTER NELSON. Druggist. 596 Rice.
CAPITOL DRUG CO.. Druggists. Unlver-
Zri. sltv ay. and Rice st.
DR. MARKS. Pharmacy. 118 S. Wabasha.
HALL & KRAFT. Druggists. 428 S. Wa
hash*.
HANS MADRON. Drueelst. IBS Concord.
ECLIPSE DRUG STORE. 113 S. Robert
G. A. WOLFROM. Druggist. 572 Kent.
D. C. KISSEL. Druggist. 561 Thomas.
F. A. HOLCOMB. Druggist. 954 Payne
CENTRAL PHARMACY. Tenth and Wa
basha.
EDMUND J. FUCHS. Druggist. 798 East
Seventh.
E. E. KETPER. Druggist. 450 8. Robert.
G. F. UMLAND. Druggist. 44; University.
DIED
BELL— beloved' daughter of Mrs.
Dollie Bell, at the late residence. No. 1
Muyall'a alley. Sunday. April 23, 1905, at
the age of 13 years. Funeral from
above residence Tuesday. April 25. at
2 o'clock. Interment at Forest cemetery.
EX LEY—Florence A., beloved daughter of
Mr. George Exlev. at the family resi
dence. 217 East' Congress street. Mon
day, April 24. aged 20 years. Funeral
from above residence. Wednesday. April
25. at 2:30 p. m. Service at Church of
the Good Shepherd at 3 p. m.
P. N. PETERSON GRANITE CO.. NOW
In their new building. 60-62 East Fifth
• st. Largest stuck of monuments .In
Minnesota. . . -
CARRIAGES *aT BRENNAN'B LIVERY,
482 St. Peter st. are new and up to date.
Prompt service. Open all night. Both
phones 133. --
VITAL. BTAT/BTICS
Marriage Licenses
Peter Olson. I-ucy Mnthir.
Koh.-rt C, Gibson, Blanche G. Sischo.
Wenzel I.unak. MahH X Owen.
Oii<-y Croughln. Abbie Sherlock.
Births
Mts. H. Syring. 631 Charles, boy and girl.
Mis. John Bannich. 1166 Mel.ean boy
Mrs. Harry H. Dukes. I'll Grove, boy.
Mrs. Charles Jackson. 1009 Cast- boy
Mrs. C. Rablnowitsch. 916 Albemarle. boy.
Mrs. D. Coleman. 39 Winnipeg, boy.
Mrs. H. H. Brown, city hospital, boy
Mrs. A. GoeU. 521 Collins. girl
Mrs. \Vm. Hingerland. tU K. 10th. girl.
Mrs Alfred W. Dowd, 27» \V. 7th. girl.
Mrs. Oscar Dahl. 979 Karrington. girl.
Mrs. Christ Jensen. C3B Selby. girl
Mr*. GUI Johnson. Highwood girl
Mrs. L. Mut'hlbauer. 218 Robie girl.
Mrs. Jame.« J. Degnan. 946 Jackson, girl.
Mrs. H. Weingarth. 2119 Iniversity. girl.
Deaths
Eldur Anderson. 3V4: city hoe.. April SL
A. Frederik LJndqulst, 34; I^uther hos..
April 21.
Ebba Carlson, 4 ms.; ?,1: Livingston.
April tL
F:duard Fende). 8; 206 E. Indiana. April 22.
C. H. Varchmin. 2; St. Joseph's hod.,
April 22.
Mrs. John Heller. 50; city hos.. April 50.
Kusalie Tischler. 23; 5»3 Stryker. April JO.
John Jopllng. 81; 929 K. Hth. April 21.
Walter Press-. 15; Belhesda hos.. April 21.
Nelson Blah", 52; St. Joseph's hoa.,
April 21.
INSTRUCTION
OUR HANDSOME CATALOGUE FREE
to all Interested In business education;
a thorough, popular, progressive school.
Globe Business College. Seventh and
St. Peter sts.. St. Paul.
ST. PAUL BUSINESS COLLEGE, Es
tablished 40 years. 436 Slbley St.. St.
Paul
RASMUSSEN PRACTICAL BUSINESS
School. Globe bldg.; day and evening.
AUCTION SALE
THE AUCTION SALE OF THE COLUM
bIa Houscfurnlshing company, ITT South
Wabasha St., corner Chicago ay., is
- going right along.-'The assortment Is
still good, hut the goods are going
very fast. So If you want furniture
bargains you ought to be here quick.
- Fine leather couches, fine leather chairs,
fine dining room furniture. Iron and
brass beds, fine parlor suits, odd chain
and rockers, center tables, quartered
sawed oak dressers and chiffoniers; a
fine assortment of carpets and rugs etc.:
• all are sacrificed at auction every day
at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. by order of the
trustee. - .*,
FOR SALE—Typewriters
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN EVERY
where to appreciate that every day
there are excellent chances to better
themselves offered In these columns.
Stoves Storett and Repaired
Stoves called for, stored, repalretfancTseY
up m fall. Phcne N W. M. 1206-1.1 T C
242. St. Paul Stove Rep. Wks.. 126 W 7th «t!
RAILROAD NOTICE 3
**The Adiron.liuks and How to Reach
Them" is ;( „i,-.. folder with nsapa and
nces to localities. hot- Is. »>-.>ardiiie
6. mountains and rivtrs in the creat
wildernetM of northern New V,,rk known
U tne A<lm>nUa<-k mountains. If y., u v i s j t
tllis legion oin-,- you Will 11»» "sift.- to
p.. :.s.iin. A copy of "The Adirondack
Mountains and How to Read] Them will
l»- mail.-< 1 tree, postpaid, to any address
on receipt of a Z c.-nt stami). by George
H. Daniels. (;«'nera! PasKeturer Atent
Grani Oeatral Station. New York.
Settlers' Rates to Points In the Southeast
On the , first and tljlrd Tuesdays of each
month. January to April Inclusive.. the
Chicago Great Western Railway will sell
one way ticket* to points In Ala "a
m. 0.- 1*! 9 eo!? la;u Kentucky. Louisiana
Mississippi. North and South Carolina!
Tennessee and Virginia at very low rates
For further Information apply to J n'
it° r <i en'l Act" Cor 6th & Robert Sfcj.'
St. I aul. . - ••
■ .% i
In Russia
They heard the royal infant moan-
Karh day my sorrows double;
I'm heir to this important throne-
Likewise to lot,* of trouble.
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WANTED—Kaio
BRAKEMEN AND TIREMEN-YOUNG
men; experience unnecessary; high
wages; promotion: we instruct you by
mail nr r>t our school; firemen get $100.
become engineers get $175. brakemen
get $75. become conductors get $150: we
assist y< v to secure a position when
competent: name position; call or send
stamp for particulars. National Rail
way Training School. 224 Boston block,
Minneapolis; open evenings.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY —ABLE
bodied, unmarried men. between ages of
18 and 35; citizens of United States, of
good character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write English.
For information apply to Recruiting
Officer. Phoenix bldg., St. Paul, or" 324
First st. south. MlnneHpolis. Minn.
JULIET-MURRAY-LANG INSTITUTE—
An institute for |>ermanent cure of
liquor, morphine and opium habits. 2iS
Walnut st ; telephone Main 884.
$20 PER WEEK AND EXPENSES PAID
to energetic lady or gentleman to travel
for wholesale house; no Investment;
can begin work at once. B 1010.
WANTED—FIRST CLASS WHITE BAR
ber, wages $14 per week, one-half over
$25. P. H. Christiansen. Stillwater,
Minn. .. "
SHIRTS. 10 CENTS: COLLARS AND
cuffs. 1 cent: underwear, 8 cents; both
phones. State Steam Laundry. 223
west Seventh st.
AGENTS AND AGENCIES
WANTED—AGENTS OF EITHER SEX
to handle our celebrated corn ar.d bunion
cure; every Lox accompanied by a $5
guarantee; we -will pay good agents $3
per day to introduce our goods into
their section; sample box. 25c; six boxes
SI. For terms and particulars address
the manufacturers. C. H. Bierce it Co..
lola. Wla
PATENT ATTORNEYS
WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT (JAMES
F. WHliamson and Frank D. Merchant),
patent attorneys and solicitors. Main
office. 929-935 Guaranty Loan bide.;
Minneapolis, Minn : branch. Room Si.
Mr<;ill Mdjr.. Washington. D. C.
PATENTS PROMPTLY OBTAINED,
bought, sold, manufactured. models
made; cpt. :>& years; unexcelled reputa
tion; inventor's book free. American
Pat. Mr\rk«'l. 8t Paul.
PATENTS. TRADE MARKS. COPY
rlßhts. Louis Feeser & Co.. 512 Globe
bid*.. St. Paul. Branch office, Wash
ington. r». O. Establish^ 1870.
music
SUMMIT ORCHESTRA—UP TO DATE
music for all occasions! F. Steinhauer.
_ 195 West Sixth.
Lawn Mowers Sharpened
ALFRED J. KRANK.
Carving net. $1.25 to $35.
Kazor strops, razors, etc-
All kinds of cutlery.
Wo grind anything that requires an
edge.
142 East Sixth st.
TAXIDERMIST
A. L. ZIMMERMANN. TAXIDERMIST,
deer heads $6 to $10. roooseheads $15 to
$25; birds and animals reasonable:
funeral flowers preserved; wax figures
made and repaired. 312 South Eighth
St.. Minneapolis. « '
■—■—————^____
PICTURES Jk ND FRAMES
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES
at bargains; unclaimed pictures at half
price; fine work; prompt delivery. C.
Thomas. 453 St. Peter.
PORCH SCREENS
PORCH SCREENS—THE KIND THAT
keep the flics out; everyone wants
them. For prices ask the St. Paul Con
tracting Co.. 201 Germanla Life build
ing, phone 530.
MOVING AMD EXPRESSING
fijfiißa People's Express Co. f
■SSL* H.W.«;3-'.l T. C. 1141
UP HOLS TERINQ
SANITARY RENOVATING AND FIRST
class upholstering at reasonable prices
at our new factory. 26 W. 3d st.. Bridge
square. C. E. Lindell & Co.. N. W.
Phone M. 1925 2. -
SEWING MACHINES
SINGERS. WHITES, DOMESTIC. STAN
beads. Wheeler * Wllcox, $13 50; drop
heads. $16.50; automatic Wflcox & Gtbb*
patent, $33 80; cash or time; ten yean'
guarantee. 99 West Seventh.
Packing, Storage, Forwarding
EXPERIENCED PACKERS; SEPARATE
room storage; Pacific coast assembled
carloads. Fidelity Storage Co.
MACHINERY .
IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORK-
Ing machinery; 'large stock second hand
. and new. Northern Machinery Co.. 217
Third st. scuth. Minneapolis.
Notice of Applications for Liquor Licenses
City Clerk's Ofllce.
St. Paul. Minn.. ApriWT. 1905.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named pen have applied for a li
cense to sell intoxicating liquors for one
year from date of the opening of their
respective places of business at the place
or location hereinafter, named:
Mag ire. James, No: 172 East Seventh
street.
Jackson. John, SI East Fourth street
Vitt & Each. 355 Wabasha street.
Dupuis & Hitter. 463 Jackson street.„
Schroeder, Joseph P., 1060 Hastings
avenue. . —"
Olson. Andrew A.. 858 Payne avenue
Nelson A.- Anderson. 890 Payne avenue
Krey. Nicholas. 49 West Third street
Mayer, Ralph F.. 345 Robert street.
Johnson. Chas. C. 321 East Seventh
street. -
Jugend. Sam. 319 East Seventh street
O'Dowd. Tnoa. F.. 436 Minnesota street,
liarnlsch, Wm.. 107 Concord street.
Poppenberger. Henry. 612 East Seventh
street.
immer. Martin. 445 Wabasha street
Gallagher. P.. 471 Wabasha street.
Poidinger. Joseph. Cl 9 Van Buren street
Stahl John. s*l Rice street. Blr^-
Hart. Joseph. 444 St. Peter street
McCarthy. <". P.. r,.it Carroll street
P.ergkeller. John. 301 Eagle street. -
Brennan. John J . 379 Wabasha street
Einberger. John. 656 W. Water street.
Kocmer, T. 11.. 222 Chestnut street
Kramer. Joseph. 501 University avenue.
Jam---. Frank. M Upper Levee.
Piringer. Leo. I West Third street
Sonnekalb. Max. 346 Cedar street. * H
Kroening. H.. 741 Edmund street.
O'Connor. Henry. COG East.Third street.
Malloy. Joseph. 126 State street
Rohrbeck. K.i . "420 Wabasha street*
Logan. H. F.. 32 East Fourth street
Fleissner. Joseph. 411 Minnesota street.-
APPLICATIONS FOR TRANSFER
From Epperly. L.. No. 429 South Robert
street, to Christiansen. August No 84 *
Rice street. • . -
From Ruberto, C. No. 192 South Wash-
Ington street, to McEllistrem, Stephen F
No. 71 Rice street.
Now therefore, notice. is herefev given
that the said applications-will be heard
and considered by the Common Council
at regular meetings of both branches"
thereof, to be "held in the Council Cham
ber In the Court House and City Hall
Building on and after, the 2d day of May
1905. -where all - persons interested may
appear and bo heard.-'
GEORGE T. REDINGTON.
. „I" ... • City Clerk.'
■■Amrn IS-i»-l'jCs-2t ■
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
HELP WA nt TED-remain
AN EXPERT TEACHER IN SHORT
hand would like a few more private stu
dents; Isaac Pitman system. Address
B 1010. Globo.
SHIRT STITCHERS WANTED PROMPT
LY; STEADY WORK AND GOOD PAY.
GUITERMAN BROS.. FIFTH AND
SIBLEY.
LADIES: EARN S2O PER HUNDRED
writing short letters. Enclose stamped
envelope. American Belt Works. Ba
tavia. 111.
WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: good wages: small family.
3W St. Anthony ay.. up-; lirs
CHAMBERMAID AND PAINT CLEAN
er w.uitol at Hotel R.van. Apply at
I f room.
WANTED— COMPETENT GIRL FOR
Ken.Tiil housework: family of thre^; good
wages. 670 Lincoln ay.
SITUATION WANTED
Fcnta'e
WANTED—POSITION BY STENOG
rapher and bookkeeper who has had
four years' experience; is also familiar
with all general office work; good at fig
ures and good penman. Address L 1046,
Globe. .
WANTED — POSITION BY BRIGHT
young lady in oSlce; has had three years'
experience in general accounting: ' fa
miliar with card systems, etc. Address
J 1006. Globe.
USE BRYAN'S ROSE GLYCERINE LO
tlon for chapped hands, face. etc. Col
lier's Drug. Store. Seventh and Slbley.-<
ALL TROUBLES RESULTING FROM
nervousness and Impure blood quickly
cured by Reeves' Iron Pills. :
MEDICAL
MEDICAL —MRS. DR. F. G. IWcKAY'S
new address. 7 Seventh st. south, near
Hennepin; rheumatism, insomnia, nerv
ousness and all weaknesses positively
cured by electricity; electric magnetic
treatments, alcohol sweats; open Sun
dava. Telephone Main 1973-Ll.
PERSONAL—W. A. MANN. M. D.. SPE
cialist. All diseases of women quickly
cured; ovarian difficulties and Irregu
larltks skillfully treated; consultation
free 412 Nicollet ay.. Minneapolis,
fourth floor.
A POSITIVE CURE OF APPENDICITIS
and cancer without knlfp or drug. P.
W. Hammerle. D. C. Consultation and
examination free. 307 Phoenix build
ing, third tioor.
LADIES. DR. LaFRANCO"S COMPOUND,
Mfc, nwm dj regulator. 26 cents, drug
is i.-ls or mail- booklet free. Dr. La-
Franco. Philadelphia. Pa.
FREE MEDICATED OXYGEN TREAT
ment for catarrh, at 127 East Fifth St.;
Fresh Golden Herb cure; agents want
ed. Dr. J H Steward.
STORAGE
REDUCED RATES ON HOUSEHOLO
goods to Denver and Spokane or Pacific
coast points. The Boyd Transfer & Stor
age Co.. of Minneapolis. Is the only con
cern in the N. W. which has sufficient
business l n this line to give reasonably
prompt and reliable service. For lowest
rates to above or tributary points write
us direct or call on our local agents.
THE ST. PAUL TRANSFER CO.. 21S
East Third St.
WE BUY SECOND HAND STOVES.
Fine storage.
The Wallblom Furniture Co..
409-417 Jackson st
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
HORSES AT AUCTION
HORSES AT AUCTION
Every Wednesday— every Wednesday
PRIVATE SALES DAILY
From 500 to 1.000 head constantly on hand;
anyone wishing a single horse •will re
ceive the same attention as carload buy
ers; remember the place. Barrett &
Zimmerman's Great Midway Horse
Market. St. Paul. •
BRING YOUR HORSES AND WAGONS
to the auction and get your cash every
Wednesday at Barrett & Zimmerman's
Midway Horse Market. St. Paul
BUGGIES. DELIVERY WAGONS. ETC..
at manufacturers' prices. Thomson &
Ege Carriage Co.. St. Paul.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS
BUY YOUR TICKETS TO OR FROM EU
rope from H. Lohrbauer & Bro.. 187 East
Third st.; we represent all Imes.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE.
A. B. Johnson & Co.. 6th and Jackson.
FLORISTS
FLORAL EMBLEMS
And various kinds of wedding fJcwers.
Ramaley Floral Exchange. Seventh and
St. Peter.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Deios Street (Bidwell Street to
Bellows Street)
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul. Minn.. April 14, 1905.
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 hi s«ii<i city, until
2 p. m. on the twenty-seventh (27th) day
of April A. t>. VM>~>. for the construction
of a sewer on West Delos street, fn.m
Bidwel! strfvt to Bellows street, together
with the iiwi wismji cmtchbasias and man
hc!--.s. in said city, according to plans and
speciAcations on tile in the office of said
Board.
A bond with at least two (t) «tireti---i
fn a sum of at least twenty (St) per cent
or a certified check on a bank of St. Paul
in a sum of at least tor. (10) per cent
of the gross amount bid. must accom
pany each bid. S.ii<l check >-):i!l be niudo
puyat.h- !•> the Clerk "f ■■M Hoard.
The said Board ratnres the right to re
ject any and all bids.
JOHN B. OKODE.
President. ,
Official: EL I. GORMAN.
Cler'r : Public Works.
April 17-1900-10t
CONTRACT WORK
Grading and Surfacing Otto Avenue
Office of tli<- Hoard of Public Works
City of St. Paul. Minn., Ai>rll 19, 1905.
Sealed bi.ls will be received by the
i of Public Works In and for the
corpoiation of the City of St. Paul. Min
nesota, at their office in said city, until -
p m. i.n the first flat) <l;iy of May. A. D.
ly"o. Cor the grading and surfacing Otto
avenue from Pleasant avenue to Butter
nut avenue, in .'aid city, according to
plans and specifications on tile in the
office of said B»ard.
A bond with at l.v.st two f2) sureties in
a sum of at l>-ast twenty (20» per cent
or a ceiUAed 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 bo 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: B. T.. GORMAS,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
Al ■: -lOt
CONTRACT WORK
Grading Thomas Street. Hamline Avenue
to Sneltlng Avenue
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St Paul. Minn.. April 14
Sealed Mil-- will (k.- received by the
Board of Public Works in and for the
cot potation of the City of St. Paul. Min
nesota, at their office in said city until 1
p. m. on the twenty-»'\ enth (27th/ .i.iv
of April. A. D. 1905. for the grading of
Thomus street, from Hamline avenue to
Snelllng avenue, in said city, according to
plans and specifications on tile in the of
fice of said Board.
A bond with at least two (?) 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.
Official: R. T. GORMAN. PreSident
Clerk Board of Public Works.
AprO 17-1905-lOt
THE GLOBE'S
PAYING WANTS
FOR RENT-Houses
NO. 217 SUMMIT AVENUE, COR
ner of Selby avenue; fine large
modern house, large grounds and
good barn.
R. M. NEWPORT.
Pioneer Press Building.
$50.00— EIGHT- ROOM HOUSE! HAGUE
ay.; finely furnished: for rent for the
summer; owner reserves one room. K.
P. Roberts. 4.". East Fourth st. T. C.
$40.00—230 PLEASANT AY.: NINE
moms; all modern; walking distance. X
P. Roberts. 43 East Fourth st. T. C
Tel
WANTED TO RENT
IF YOU WANT TO RENT OR SELL A
house. w call or phone N. O. Hage, 573
Payne ay.. and be suited.
FOR RE WT- Stores, Offices
TO RENT—STORE, NO. 388 WABASHA
street, from May 1.
FINANCIAL
WANTED—AT ONCE. A LOAN OF
Jl-.000 on llrst mortgage at 6 per cent
on improved St. Cloud real estate; prop
erty valued at $35,000. 616 Pioneer
Press »>ld«.
DANS—ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
pfcnoa, diamonds, fit.'., withi ut removal
from your possession. Minnesota Mort
gage Loan Co.. 316-317 Pioneer Press
bid*.
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
furs and all goods of value; large loans
at low rates; ail business confidential.
Abe Cohen. 418 Minnesota st.
MONEY ADVANCED ON DIAMONDS^
watches and furs at low rate* :it M. K.
Samuelson's Loan Office. 19J East Sev
enth St.
Shnrt I nanc AT lowest rates
OllOri LOdltSun payment plan.
Furniture, pianos, etc 730 Olobe bldg.
FOR SALE— Houses
$3,750— NEW HOUSE ON IGLEHART
St.. six rooms, bath, hot water heat,
laundiy. screens, storm sash and awn
ings, south facing. $7."iii cash; balance
monthly. Apply- K. P. Roberts, 45 Bast
Fourth st.
FOR SALE—City Rea' Estate
REAL ESTATE LOANS— V/ 2 AND 5 PER
cent; no commission: business closed
promptly. Henry Rothschild. Special
Loan Agent Northwestern Mutual Life
Insurance Company. 414 Manhattan
building; telephone Main 1189. '
FOR MALE-Farm Lands
FOR - SALE—IB 3 ACRE FARM— IOO
. miles from St. Paul; rural mail, rural
telephone, creamery, on shore of beauti
ful lake, good hltildings. everything In
first class condition, soil best in the
state; will sell cheap if taken at once;
- owner wishes to sell account of ill
health. J. K. Gallagher. 603 Ernst
bldg.. St. Paul. Minn. _
HOMES ADS LOCATED— BEST
lands and timber in Minnesota; all near
Koochiching Kails; only a few left and
those are real good ones; write today.
Rainy River Realty Co.. Littlefork.
Minn.
FOR SAL*: Ml see fanoovs
DIAMONDS
We buy diamonds from people that want
- money quick, and we sell them to those
that want a bargain. We buy at our
our own price and we can sell below th«
market value. A fine stock to select
from. We sell diamonds on credit. You
can wear the diamond while you are
, paying for It. Cash paid for diamonds.
Money advanced on diamonds and
•watches. E. Lytle'a Diamond Parlors,
411 Robert St.. second floor.
. CARRET OLE A NINQ
Rug Manufacturers
VP TO DATE UPHOLSTERING, MAT
tress renovating. carpet cleaning.
Bchroeder & Dickinson. 16 East Sixth
st.. both phones.
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Arch Street, From 238 Feet-
East of Rice Street. Thence West to
Connect With Rice Street Sewer
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul, Minn.. April 14.1905.
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 twenty-seventh (27th) day
of April. A. D. 1905, for the construction
of a sewer on Arch street, commencing at
a point 238 feet east of Rice street, .thence
running westerly to connect with the Rice
street sewer, together with the necessary
catchbasins and manholes, 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 «hall be made pay
able to the Clerk ot 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.
April 17-1905-10t
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Dayton Avenue (Finn Avenue
to Cretin Avenue), and on Cretin Ave
nu<- (Dayton Avenue to Marshall Ave
nue) .
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul. Minn., April 17, 1905.
Sealed bida 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. in. on the First (Ist) day of May. A. D.
1905. for the construction of a sewer on
Dayton avenue, from Finn avenue to Cre
tin avenue, and on Cretin avenue, from
Dayton avenue to Marshall ave
nue, together with the necessary
catchbasir.s and manholes. 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 hai/k of St. Paul
in a sum of at least ten (JO) 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 ie
ject any and all bids.
JOHN S. GRODE.
President.
Official: R I. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
April 19-1905-lOt
CONTRACT WORK
Sewer on Sixth Street (Maria Avenue,
Thence West 230 Feet)
Office of the Board of Public Works
City of St. Paul. Minn.. April 17. IDOS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Boaid 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 first (Ist) day of May.
|A. D. 1305. for the construction of a
sewer on Sixth street, commencing at
Maria avenue, thence west 230 feet, to
gether with the necessary catchbasins and
manholes, in said city, according to-plans
and sDecifications 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. CRODE.
President.
Official: R. I. GORMAN.
'. ,- Clerk Board of Public Works.
April 19-1905-10t
THE GLOBE'S - T
PAYING WANTS I
Or— . — =—£
-:" PERSONAL '•* • *
NEW- YORK'S MOST GIFTED AND
- wonderful magnetic x healer; Prof.
Riders method is the only natural treat
ment for the speedy and permanent
cure of all diseases and human ailments;
testimonials from the most prominent
business men. 409 Ernst bid??.. • corner
Fifth and Wabasha. ;
WE CURE CANCER. TUMOR, APPEN
aitltis. varicocele,. Brighfs disease;
hearing and sight restored; rheumatism,
piles and all diseases of the human
?«« -m- 1>»atIo n«'»l Chiropractic Institute.
403-o Phoenix bldg.. St. Paul. Private
students wanted. .
HA I R SWITCHES^ POMPADOUR.
chains. $1.50 and up; send sample of
naJr; cut hair or combings bought or
exchanged; mail orders promptly filled;
«a «rf°J" catalogue. St. Paul Hair Co..
430 Wabasha st. ■ \ ' •
FEMALE DISEASES CURED '
Dr "Wheeler, the old reliable specialist:
43 years experience. Call on or writs
the doctor. Room 306 Globe bldg.. Min
neapolis. Minn.: tel T. C. 335. I
T. H. BLY. M. D.. SPECIALIST — Dis
eases of women; all irregularities cor
rected; new book. 25c; all you need to
«nowiA^ pilvate home. Minneapolis of
fice. 306-308 Ntcollet ay. __ r
PERSONAL -DISEASES OF WOMEN;
consultation free: private home. Dr.
B. T. Allen. 620% Nicollet ay.. Minne
apolis, suite 203: T. C. phone. 460. ;
HANSON & LEITNER— LADIES' HAlß
dressing and scalp massase: manicur
ing; 20l Ryan annex. Formerly,j with
Midtsund hair parlors. .i . .
DR. HIN2, 1;^ '
Specialist In rupture and diseases of, man.
Century bldg.. 4th st. and Ist ay. a.. Mpls.
DR. HADSEL, SPECIALIST — PRIVATE
diseases of men. 366 Wabasha. rot. '^6th.
MASSAGE
VAPOR AND SPONGE BATHS WITH
massage; Swedish movement cure by ex
perienced young lady. 309 Phoenix
Bldg.. Seventh and Cedar. '
MADAME LA FRANCE, SCIENTIFIC
massage, sponge baths, alcohol rubs;
cures rheumatism. 83 West Seventh
st.. room 3; open Sundays.
A RESTFUL, SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE
• treatment at office. 409. 17 East Fifth st.
CONTRACT WORK
Grade, Fill and Curb Dayton Avenue, From
Cleveland Avnue to Cretin Avenue;
Grade Finn Avenue, From Marshall to
Selby Avenue, and Cretin Avenue, From
Marshall Avenue to Dayton Avnue.
Offlee of the Board of Public Works,
City of St. Paul. Minn.. April 17, 1905.
Sealed bfda 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 p. m on
the First (Ist) day of May, A. D. 1905,
for grading, filling and curbing (using '
cement curbing) Dayton avenue, from
Cleveland avenue to Cretin avenue; also
grading Finn avenue, from Marshell ave
nue to Set by avenue, and Cretin avenue,
from Mai shall avenue to Dayton avenue, in.
said city, according to plans and specifi
cations on file in the office of said Board.
A bond with at least two (•_•) 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. 1.. GORMAN,
Clerk Board of Public Works.
April 19-1905-101
CONTRACT WORK
Grading Seal Street, From Ellis Street to
Territorial Road
Office of the Board of Public Works.
City of St. Paul. Minn., April 20, 1905.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Public Works in and for tlw
corporation of the City of St. Paul, Min
nesota, at their office in said city until 2
p. m. on the first (Ist) day of May, A. D.
1906. for grading Seal street, from Kills
street to Territorial road. in said city, ac
cording to plans and specifications on tile
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 bid?.
JOHN S. GRODE.-
President. '
Official: R. 1.. GORMAN.
Clerk Board of Public Works.
April 21-19U5-10t ■
TRAVELER'S GUIDE
Union Depot. Sibley Streot.
. Trains leave and arrive at St. Paul !
as follows: „
Chicago Great Western Ri
"The Maple Leaf Route."
CltyOiflo!: Stk mi lUbtrt Sis. Ptom ISO M
tExcpt Sunday: others Daily, jjft", ,£«"
Chtcco .nd East. Dubuqua. \ £{°» m 2*s° pni
O.l^ln, Mclntlr.. H, y fl»H j^gg ,*»™
Kansas City. St. Joseph. Uti ( 10.50 am 7.38
Kolnst. Maishalltown, Wa- ■< 8.30 pm '7.20 m
terloo • ( 11-20 12.40 pm
Rtd Wing. Rochsstar.. Farl- Jth.2sam +7-00 pm
bault, Mankato* ... .. \ 5.2? pm 10.23 am
Dodga Canter. HaVfi-»H . . 5-10 pm 10.45 am
Austin, Mason City, Ft.Doigo ( 8.13 am 7.53 pm
Carroll, Council Buffi and •<
Omaha ... . .. .. I 8.30pm 7-20»rn _
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND
ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
City ticket or?.r». SB llobert Street. Phone Main M.
i __ Union Depot, Hlbley end Second streetn.
• Daily, 1 Ex. Sunday. : Ex. Saturday. 1 Ex. Monday.
Leare. MARCH x. 1905. Arrlrr.
' •8»»m La Croaar. Milviiukec, Chicago... •'t.suptn
18.30 am \ SJLSia*?^?:^ D"buq^:; ♦ • »p«
* 8.30 am Northneld. Karll)»alt. t Kan. City. • 6.10 pm
t 9.30 am Ortonvillc, M'lhauk, Aberdeen.... tS.r.pni
tU.OJ pm M«nk«to, We!U. Is.k»ou m : »pm
• 3.00 pin VVtnon*. La Croue. Milwaukee ... • t.M pm
* 4.00 pm Farlbaalt, Duhuijii*. Chicago •»S.'4»m
tlßpm Mukato, Wells UO.ljpm
The Fast Mail.
• ■; JOpm LaCroM?. Milwaukee, Chicago .-;
* 6.00 pm OrlODTlllc. ', Fargo, Aberdeen *H 10 in
t T.apm Nortbtteid. Fartbault. Austin tll.lOaai
The Pioneer Limited. *
•ssspm LaCrotae. Mllwanke*.Chicago... • 7 a urn
•11.00 La Crowe, Milwaukee, rhlr»fo... 'll^Sam
tlt.OOpm Madison. Wli., J»nr«v . Rockford |s*'!»a™
North-western linel
I* 1 JC.ST. R. M.at O.WY.|g=—J
Office Robert St. I'hone4*o. tKx.Snu. Othenidally
For CHICAGO Lt 8:30 am, U:35 |C }:85,10:50 pm
From CHICAUO. . Ar 7:20.M 40 am, 4:45, 9:60
FOND DU LAC Lv H:asi»m. Ar9-JUaui
IHUTH. I.t 18:10 am, 4:30 [.:n, Ar MHO, 9 00 pm
ForSIOUX CITY f7:40, 9:40 am.8:00, 9.05 pm
Prom SIOUX CITY.. 7:45 am, T4:15, 7:40 |,m
For 0MAHA.......Ly t7:40,9:40 am. 8:00,9:05 pm
, From OMAHA Ar7:46am.7 10pm
For KANSAS (I i V Lv»:4oaui. 8.00.0 05 pin
From KA.SSASCTTY Ar 7:46 am, 7:40 pru
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