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NEW WORLD ITEMS.
Assigned to School Work.—Right
Reverend Bisiiop O'Connor of Newark,
N. J., has appointed Rev. William
P.' Lawlor of St. Aloysius' Chim-h to
be Assistant Suyoriutendant of the
Parochial Schools ia, the Newatk
Diocese.
Catholic Cadets**—It is announced
that among the liimty-iwo Catholic
cadets at West Point MilMtarv Acad
emy, half are weekly oomnmnieanls,
|uad many more receive Holy Connnmj
Ion once a month.
Saved from Bomb.—-An attempt to
blow up St. Joachim*s Church, Tren
v ton, N. J., on January 4, was 4'rustrat
ed by the failure of a i'use to ignite
dynamite in a can found in the ves-
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tibule of the church by the janitor,
The fuse had been ignited, but was
extinguished before it had burned its
full length.
THE CHUfO IN! ims ?ANOMtr.KLANDS,
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Holy Cross Mount.—In the heart of
the Roekv Mountains may be seen the
mountain of the Holy Cross, H.Oflo
feet hi h. It derives its name from
tha gigantic cross on one side, near
the summit, formed by fissures in the
rock. The fissures are usually lilled
with snow.
Pope Thanks Bishop.—In r.he eiivrottt
i.--r,ue of the "Acta Apostolicne Sodis"
rhere is a letter from the Holy Father
lo the Right Rev. Bishop Shaw, of Han
Antonio, Texas, thanking him for his
••real charity towards Mexican Bish
ops and priests exiled frofn their
country owing to the civil war.
Catholic Heads Bar Association.—
Hen. C. J. Smyth, of Omaha, recently
elected president of the Nebraska
State Bar Association, has ben engag
ed for over a year as special attorney
oi' the United States department of
justice, and in that capacity has sue
eessfully conducted some very IHI nor
tant suits against, trusts, land sharks,
etc.
Slovak Church Burned.—The Slovak
Church of the Transfl.eurat.ion and its
school, at Mt. Pleasant, Penn.. were
destroyed by firo on Sunday, January
entailing a IOSB of $70,000.
League Branches.—It is given out
that the League of the Sacred Heart
lias about Hi).00(1 affiliated centres in
the Church.
Estate "for Orphans.—IIr. Audraw
Schwartz., a bachelor of Frceport, 111.,
has left his entire estate of $3~,00G
to be used for the support of the or
4nrnTTm Stephenson County, Illinois.
Governor Appoints Judges.—One of
the last official acts of retiring Gov
ernor Glynn of New York was the
appointment of Clarence J. Sliearn as
a. Justice of the Supreme Court, and
the promotion of City Court Judg3
Frank B. Delehanty to an Associate
Judgeship of the Court of Appeals.
Priest Prays at Senate Opening.—
At the formal opening of the Mas
sachusetts senate on January Right
Heverend Monsignor M. J. Splaine,
D. D., administrator of the Boston
*€5athedral, representing His Eminence
Cardinal O'Connell, offered the prayer.
Treasury Solicitor a' Catholic.—Mr.
Charles Korbley, ex-Congressman from
Indiana, recently appointed Solicitor
of the Treasury, is prominent in
Knights of Columbus circles.
Bequests for Charity.—By the last
testament of John Golden, Marshfield,
Oregon, approximately $25,000 is de
vised to Catholic institutions.
Site for New Convent.—Land for a
new convent for the Sisters of Mercy
of St. Paul's parish, Worcester, has
been purchased by Bishop Beaven of
Springfield, Mass.
Archbishop Won Suit.—The late
Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco
appeared as plaintiff before the Hague
International Court in 1902 in a suit
against the Mexican Government for
the settlement of the Pious Fund.
This case was decided in favor of the
Church In California.
Catholic Senator.—.Tames D. Phelan,
Democratic Senator-elect from Califor
nia, has been selected to investigate
conditions said to prevail at the
United States Embassy at Santo Do
mingo. Mr. Phelan is a wealthy Cath
olic resident of San Francisco, of
which lie was mayor from 189f to
1902.
1,000,000 Signatures.—Over one mil
lion signatures of voters are being
procured by the officers of the Cath
olic Order of Foresters in petitions
asking the Postmaster General to deny
mail privileges, to,
the Menace.
Named after Catholic.—Denver
City, Colorado, was named for General
James William Denver, a Catholic,
•whose grandfather, Patrick Denver,
had to fly from his native county, Down,
Ireland, to America, on account of his
activity in the insurrection of '98. In
the County Down is still spelled with
an i in the second syllable. The late
Bishop Denvir, of Down aitd Connor,
•was the same family.
First Graduate of American College.
»—On Sunday, January 10, the Right
Rev. Monsignor Henry A. Brann, D. D.,
completed twenty-five years as pastor
Of St. Agnes' Church, New York. On
June 2, 1912, Monsignor Brann cele
brated the golden jubilee or his ordi
eation of the holy priesthood, being
the oldest priest, in years of ordina
*tion, in the Archdiocese. Monsignor
Brann was ordained in Rome on June
2, 1Sf.2, and was the first, priest ordain
fid livm ike American College tUege.
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Creighton Alumni Membership.—
Creighton University, with its depart
ment of arts, medicine, law, dentistry
and pharmacy, now boasts of an alum
ni membership of about 2,"00, ac
cording to records now being compiled
at the law department. Of this
number 1,400 are recorded by a card
index system, with their names and
addresses arranged alphabetically by
states and towns, while over 000 are
as yet not definitely located. The
University is located in Omaha, Xeb.
Professors in Roman College.—Two
learned young Franciscans, Rev,
George Wetenkamp and Itev. Joseph
Rhode, of the Franciscan Provinces
of -Cincinnati and St. Louis, who have
made special courses of study at the
Catholic University and subsequently
at the Universities of liOuvain and
Innsbrueck, and at Munich and at
Rome, have been appointed respec
tively to the chairs of Dogmatic The
ology and Sacred Scripture in the
international Franciscan College of
St. Anthony, Rome.
Churcti for Colored Catholics.—{
Under the leadership of Rev. Joseph
Wuest., C. S. Sp., the colored Cath
olics of Detroit, Mich., have purchased
the property of the St. Mary Episcopal
Church Society, and will convert the
edifice into a ph'ce of Catholic wor
ship.
Club for Gaelic Athletes.—A national
athletic organization, to be known
as the Gaelic Athletic Association of
the United States, Vas formed in New
York on January 4. by representatives
from tweuty-six Gaelic football and
hurling teams. Besides the New York
delegates there were present repre
sentatives from Newark, N. J., New
Haven and Bridgeport. Conn., and
Philadelphia. The new organization
proposes to run off a national cham
pionship schedule. The Irish societie?
of Greater New York are back of the
movement it is said. Thomas Brady
of theCavan Football Club. Nev.- York,
was elected president.-
C. Y. M. N. U. Convention.—At the
meeting of the executive board of the
Catholic Young Men's National Union
{held recently in Baltimore, it was
decided to accept, the offer of Pitts
burgh for the 1913 convention, and
the dates decided upon are August 16,
17 and 18. Pittsburgh has promised
the delegates a warm reception, and
soon the committee in charge will
send descriptive literature to the
affiliated clubs.
Denver Cathedral Statuary.—The
magnificent collection of statuary in
Denver's Cathedral of the Immacu
late Conception, said by many to sur
pass that of any clntrch in the \Vet»t,
received a valuable addition $hen
the bust of the late Pope Pius was
placed in position. This work of art
is the gift of Miss Margery Reed and
Joseph Reed, daughter and son of
Vener Z. Reed, Denver's well-known
capitalist and philanthropist. Miss
Reed was instructed in the truths of
the Catholic religion and received into
the Church last year, while her
young brother was baptized later in
Rome, where the family was visit
ing.
Cardinal's Reception.-—! n the archi
episcopal residence January Cardi
nal Gibbons of Baltimore, held his
annual New Year's reception, greet
ing a few more than 1,500 persons.
College for Barbers.—Quite a new
feature of St. Vincent's Hotel, a
Catholic charity of New Orleans, will
be inaugurated in the establishment
there of a College for ^(tarbers. This
wilj be under the direction of Albert
Echnerl, an expert bsy:b(#.
Golden Jubilee.—The Academy of
Our l^ady of the Sacred Heart, Peoria,
111., the largest high school for girls
in the Peoria diocese, celebrated its
golden jubilee at New Year's, and its
many friends, old and new, made
much of the happy event. The Sisters
of St. Joseph came to Peoria in 1802
and two years later the academy was
formally opened. It was the fifst
school of its kind in thai part of the
country. Ten years later the build
ing now occupied by the academy was
put up on the corner of Madison ave
nue and Bryan street. The Sisters
have added to their holdings on this
corner and now have more than a
half a block included in their ground.
The building has also received many
additions and improvements. For the
jubilee year the Sisters have had the
whole house redecorated. A jubilee
gift from the Alumnae Association has
turned the long sun parlor on the
south into a beautiful library and a
most charming sewing room. The
laboratory also has been enlarged and
improved, and the equipment for the
domestic whence course is entirely
new.
Bequests for Education.—Property
for the erection of the new Loyola
College, Guilford, Md., has been pre
sented by an unnamed donor. The
property is valued at $100,000.
Decorated for Bravery.—-Fourteen
enlisted naval men were decollated at
the Navy Yard recently by Secretary
Daniels. They received medals for
extraordinary bravery displayed under
fire at Vera Cruz last spring.. Among
those decorated was George Cregan,
boatswain's mate, first class, on the
"Florida." Cregan is the nephew of
Rev. Jamefc II. Cotter, LL.D., of Iron
ton. O., and editor of the Buffalo
Union and Times. Dr. Cotter and
Right Reverend Mgr. E. J. McGolrick,
rector of St. Cecilia's Church, Brook
lyn, witnessed the awarding of the
medal to Dr. Cotter's nephew.
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New Fire Chaplain.—Rev. Richard
J. Hamilton, curate of St. Jerome's
Cburcb, Brooklyn* has beoa ap­
pointed fire chaplain of Brooklyn by
Fire Commissioner Robert Adamson,
succeeding the late Rev. Thomas F.
McGronen, who died three months
ago. The new chaplain lias been as
sociated with mefi'a activities-• practi
cally all the time since Ids ordination
at St. John'rf Seminary. Ift May, lftOfi.
Prior to his assignment at St. Je
rome's Church, Father Hamilton spent
three years at St. Vincent de Paul's
Church, Williamsburg^, as curate, and
a short curacy at^ St. ^Lawrence's
Church, Sayville, L. I.
OLD WORLD NEWS.
Russia's Catholic Children.—In the
Empire of Russia there are 2.Sd3iOOO
children in Catholic schools.
Leonine College Rector.—Mgr. An
tonio Cani has been appointed rector
of the Apostolic Leonihe College,
Rome.
England's Catholic Schools.—In
England there are 1,090 Catholic
schools the Protestant, Schools num
ber 10,808.'
Dublin Accepts Offer.—The Dublin
Corporation has unanimously accepted
Archbishop's Walsh's offer to pur
chase the Ormond Market ground for
the site of a new cathedral.
Martyr's Cause Entered.—The first
stop* have been taken at Rome for
presenting the cause of Bishop Sime
on Berneaux, P. F. M., Vicar Apostolic
of Corea, who was martyred in that
country during the persecution of
ISM.
Congregational Changes.—Cardinal
Vincent Van nut ell i has succeeded the
late Cardinal di Pietro as Datary of
the Holy Father, and Cardinal Lega
has been appointed Prefect of the Su
preme Tribunal of the Segnatnra.
New Marist Provincial.—The Gen
eral Chapter of the Marist Order in
New Zealand has appointed Very
Rev. Dean Smyth, S. M., Rector of St
Mary's Scholasticate, Greenmeadows,
Provincial of the Marist Order in New
Zealand. The new Provincial was
born in County Limerick, Ireland.
Catholic Swiss President.—M. Mot
ta, who has been elected president, of
the Swiss Confederation, is a brother
of Sister Carmela Motta, Superior Gen
eral of the Congregation of Holy Cross
of Menzigen, which has houses in En
land and the Transvaal.
Catholic Medical Journal.—A new
Catholic Medical Journal published
by Burns and Oates, London, aims at
the investigation of the relationship
between medical practice and Catholic
theology.
Japan's" English Papers.—In Japan
there are no fewer than eight papers
published in English. The Japan
Times is the only one published C:J
elusivdly by Japanese. It is sakl that,
all, without, exception, are antagonis
tic to the Catholic Church or at leas
very indifferent.
First Irish Church.—The first
church in Ireland founded by St. Pat
rick is said to be Danoghmore. Near
it is Bilctortian Abbey, both now in
ruins. Near them is a Round Tower.
Missionary Society's Record.—The
record returned by the members of
the Congregation of the Mission la
boring in the foreign field for the
year October, 1913, to October. 1914,
is certainly a marvelous one—31,903
ba.pt isms of adults, 44r conversions
of heretics and 131,841 baptisms of
pagan children. The number of Bish
ops and missionaries is exactly 1,400,
and that of the Christian villages un
der their zealous care I,."57,168. In the
missions confided to the care of the
Vincentian Fathers there are 911 na
tive priests, eatechists, r.,8r,0
churches and chapels, fifty seminaries,
with 2,382 students 4,785 schools,
with 157,140 pupils 339 orphanages,
with 21,291 children 528 pharmacies
and dispensaries and 12S hospitals
and refuges for those afflicted with
leprosy. A marvelous record indeed
of work done for God's glory.
Irish Officer Honored.—Lieutenant
Fitzpatrick, a young Irish Catholic
officer in the Royal Irish Regiment,
has received the decoration of the
French Legion of Honour for con
spicuous bravery at the front.
Bishop's Mother Dead.—Mrs. Mar
garet T. MaeGinley, mother of Bishop
MacGinley, of Neuva Caceres, P. I.,
and a sister of Right Reverend Mon
signor James J. Sinnot of Philadel
phia, died recently at her home in
Killybegg, County Donegal, Ireland.
Poet a Convert.—Joyce Kilmer,
whose fine poetry is appearing quite
frequently in Catholic magazines, is a
convert. He is only twenty-eight, and
has already won a high place for him
self among American critics and
poets.
Restored to the Church.—Orbe. in
Switzerland, has not had a priest for
360 years. Recently Father Emmen
egger was entrusted with the spiritual
charge there. In 1425, St. Collette
founded a Collettine Convent at Orbe.
G. K. Chesterton. III.—Gilbert K.
Chesterton, the English journalist,
humorist and author, is seriously iil
in I^ondon suffering from paralysis.
Mr. Chesterton was bora in Kensing
ton in 1874, and was a son of Edward
Chesterton. He was educated at St.
Paul's school. His first literary ef
forts were book reviews for the Book
man and the Speaker. He has con
tributed to many magazines and news
papers and is the author if many,
books. His "Victorian Age in Liter
ature" was published in 1913. Since
the war began Mr. Chesterton has
written copiously of it. His brother
Cecil is a convert to Catholicity.
Cathedral of Cracow.—The greatest
Cathedral in Poland is that of C'rac-ow.
it. contains the bodies of Poland's
Kings, of the great patriots Sobieski
THE CXTHOLIC BULLETIN, JAN. 23, 1915.
and Kosciusko, and of St. Stanislaus,
Poland's patron saint
Chaplain Decorat«d.—In the office
of the Minister of War, Spain, took
place last month the imposition of the
I.aureate ("ro:'H of Ran Fernando on
the Catholic Chaplain, Don Moreno,
for heroic bravery in action in the
campaign against the Moors of Melil
la. As the only officer surviving, he
led the, desperate charge up the
heights 'ftud planted the Spanish stand
ard.
Diplomatic Privileges for Bishops.—
A communication announces that the
Austria-Hungarian, British and Cana
dian'governments, in response to a re
quest made by the Pope through Car
dinal Gasparri, have: granted to all
their subject Catholic bishops full dip
lomatic privileges in respect of their
private correspondence with the Holy
See including .free postage and the
right to use cipher telegrams.
Class-mate of the Pope.—The Rev.
Thomas Ottley, an English priest, has
been made a Domestic Prelate by the
Holy Father. An English paper notes
that when the newly-honored priest
was pursuing his studies in Rome, he
had the present Pope as a class-mate.
Exiled Nuns in England.—A whole
convent of nnns arrived in London
some, time ago from Ypres, France.
Their'Mot her Superior is nearly nine
ty years of age. For sixty-five years
she had never been outside of her con
vent at Ypres, and on her way to Eng
land journeyed in a train for the first
time in her life.
Chinese Priest's Work.—Father Jo
seph Ouang, a Chinese priest, in accom
plishing successful missionary work in
his native land. Tie has over five
hundred Catholics in his mission and
a church which unfortunately holds
but three hundred. Because of this,
he has arranged that ten Christian
homes be used as chapels on ordinary
Sundays, while on the great feasts of
the Church, all repair to the church.
In these homes he has appointed three
young women a3 teachers to instruct
the children.
The Church in China.—It is estimat
ed that there are now in China 7,754
chapels and churches, served by 1,152
European and 74S native priests.
These places of worship are frequent
ed by 1,535,000 baptized persons, a
gain of almoin 100.000 over last year.
This proportion ii!r\vs one Church for
about every 200 Christians. There
are 724 European ant! 572 Chinese Sis
ters laboring in China. Besides these,
about 4,000 native virgins also assist
in evangelical work. The latter do
not live in communities, but they take
vows for three years, and renew them
if they decide to continue their religi
ous life. This army of noble women
has performed wonders in saving fe
male babies and in assisting ^oung
women, especially widows.
Votive Candle at Lourdes.—There
burns before ihe Grotto at Lourdes an
immense and magnificent candle. It
will burn for two months in the open
air and it is burning f6r the Btiecess
of the Allies. Consequently it is deco
rated brightly and gracefully with the
national colors. of France, Belgium,
England and Russia. It was offered
for the armies in the name and by the
gift of the people of Lourdes by two
soldier priests, who blessed, erected
and lighted it on the feast of the Im
maculate Conception.
Catholic War Nurses.—The Catholic
Women's League of England, has sent
off to the front twenty-two fully
trained and certified Catholic nurses.
Each nurse carried a crucifix specially
indulgenced toy Cardinal Boome of
Westminster.
To Honor Heroes.—L'Union Femi
nine, whose president is Mttie. I^i
Coloneile Crave, proposes to present
a golden book to the Queen of the
Belgians and another golden hook
to General Leman, the heroic defender
of Liege. The Union also will present
a valuable piece of old lace to Car
dinal Mercier, Archbishop of Malines.
Order for Creditor** to I*
re
went Claim*,
F.te.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey, ,cs. Probate Court.
In the Alatter of the. Estate of Ella S.
Webb, Deceased.
Letters Testatr.entnry on the Estate
of Ella S. Webh. Deceased, late of the
County of Ramsey and State of Minne
sota, beins granted to Edward A.
Webb.
It Is Orrte That six months be
and the sam*- is hereby allowed from
and after the date of this Order, in
which all persons having claims or de
mands again.-t' the said deceased, are
required lo rile the same in the Pro
bate Court of said County, for examina
tion and allowance, or be forever
barred.
It'Is Further Ordered, That the first
Monday in August, 1915, at
10
o'clock
a. m., at a General Term of said Pro
bate Court, to be held at the Court
House, in the City of St. Paul, in said
County, be and the same hereby is
appointed as too tirr.e and place when
and where ihe said Probate Court will
examine and adjust said claims and
demands.
And It Is Further Ordered. That no
tice of ^uch hearing he S'iven to all
creditors and persons interested in said
Estate, by forthwith publishing this
Order once in each week for three suc
cessive weeks in The Catholic Bulletin,
a legal newspaper printed and pub
lished in said County*
Dated at St. Paul this 5th day of
January. 1D13.
Iiy the Court E. ^r. RAZILLE,
.1 udj e of Probate.
(Seal of Probate Court)
Douglas, Kennedy & Kennedy. Attys.,
Commerce Rldi?., St. Paul, Minn,
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Whose people iiad no chance before to even see u
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STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Ramsey, »s. Probate Court.
In the Matty of the Estate o£
Xeodham, Deceased. v
betters Testamentary on the Estate
of Mary Needhani, deceased, late of tlio
City oi St. l'aul in th County of Ram
sey and Stale of Minne«nta, being
granted to Mi»-hael Xeedhair..
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It Appearing
OLDEST BANK IN MINNF.?oTA
I THE FIRST NAT'L BANK OF ST. PAUL
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $S,000,000
Ol'l'H fiMH:
f.OUIS \V. IIIM., Chairman.
OTTO
KUU ARU O. CHARLES Bl KI.KY, ta*k»w.
DIRECTOR*!
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proper proof by affi­
davit made and filed heroin, as pro
vided Jy law. that there arc no debts
against the estate of said defeased:
It Is Ordered. That three months be
and trie same is hereby allowed from
and after the dote of thia Order, in
which all persons having claims or de
jnnnds against the said deceased, if
any there be, are required to file the
pame in Probate Court of said County,
for examination and allowance, or bg
forever barred.
It Is Further Ordered, That the first
Monday in April. 101.». at lft o'clock A.
M.. at a General Term of said Probate
Court, to be held at the Court House in
the City of St. Paul, in said County, be
and the same hereby is appointed as
the time and the place when and where
the said Probate Court will examine
and adjust said claims and demands.
And It Is Further Ordered. That no
tice of such h^arin.*? he given to all
creditors and persons interested in said
Estate, by forthwith publishing this
Order once in each week for three suc
cessive weeks in The Catholic Bulletin,
a legal newspaper printed and pub
lished in said County.,
Dated at St. Paul this Slst clay Of
December. 10y.
By the CoifTt:.
E. W BAZILL.E.
Judge of Probate.
fSeal of Probate Court.)
T. i. Porta. Atty.
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RICHARD A. JACKSON? Vice-President Great North
ern Railw.'iy Companv.
DAVID C. SHEPARP II, Finch, Van Slyek & McCon
ville.
JOHN J. TOOMEY, Vice-President Northwestern Trust
Company.
JA SIjA-DE»
Quin-'V R. R. Co.
OTIS EVERETT
-MARTIN
aY*To INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
IINATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
OP ST. PAIL
FIFTH AND MINNESOTA STREETS
Member of lie
I
niied States
DIRECTORS
QUINLAN.
Tresis, and Gen. Mgr. Foley Bros. &
Quinlan
ANcrs M. r.Kon.
President "The Emporium"
EDWARD A. Vv' 101 tR,
President. Webb Publishing Co.
JOHN A. REAGAN.
President St. Paul Stato Bank
IIENRY CLEMENT,
Clement. Drang-er v- Co.
AUTOMOBILE
BURGLARY
ACCIDENT and
HEALTH
Capital, Surplus arid Profits, $1,400,000.00
Maintains Trust, Mortgage, Bond,
Deposit and Real Estate Departments,
Fire and Burglar Proof
Safe Deposit Vaults
Affiliated with
THE NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Cor. Fifth and Cedar Streets ST. PAUL, MINN.
We Offer You the Facilities of this Institution for Savings Accounts
O I E S
BEN BAER, Pres. HAROLD THORSON, Vice-Pres. L. H. ICKLER, Cashier
U S E E S
Chas. H. P. Smith Otto Bremer Harold Thorson Ben Baer
James H. Weed L. H. Ickler C. C. Emerson
B. L. Goodkind J. W. Cooper
WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON DEPOSITS
Otto Bremer Louis W. Hill
H. H. Biflretmr William Butler
F. B. Lynch VVm. n. Joyce
h. S. Warner J. B. Sullivan
W. S. McCurdy John A. Harttg'an, Pm,
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CHOICE FARM MORTGAGES AND
MORTGAGES ON CITY PROPERTY
FARM MORTGAGE BOND COMPANY
143 fndlcott Arcade. St. Paul. Minn.
DIRECTORS
LIQUOR,MORPHINE*™ TOBAiCC
DRUNKENNESS AND DRUG USING ARE NERVOUS DISEASES
WHfCM REQUIRE SPECIAL TREATMENT
OUR EXPERIENCE WITH NEARLY 5QOPOO CASES DURING
THE PAST J5 YEARS QUALIFIES US PRE-EMINENTLY
FOR THIS SPECIAL WORK
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SCHOCI1
GOOD THINGS TO CAT
I
Vice-rresident Northern Pacific
Railway Co.
JAMES T. CLARK, Vice-President C., St. P., M. & O.
Ry. Co.
JIALE HOLDEN. President Chicago, Burlington &
*T°»-thwestern Trust Co.
l. P.ROW N, Great Northern Hailwav Co.
Federal llewerve
Can servo you in the following complete departments:
Savings Account Money Orders to All Parts of the World
Cheeking Account Safely Deposit Poxes To Rent—f Mift
Safely Deposit Vaults |Year
Collection* Made Everywhere
OFFICIOUS
WIIJLIAM A. MiLtER President .fOlfX RE UJ \N Vice-President
EDWARD A.- WEnB yice-Presideiit FUEDERICIC A. XIENFTAUSER Cashier
ILLJAM H. MILl.l .Fl Assist. Cashier
Dnuk
FRANK W. IITTRTY,
LUTHER S. CUSHING J. W. C. DUNN WALTER J. DRISCOLL
CUSHING, DUNN & DRISCOLL
BEST COMPANIES BEST RATES
Will be glad to call and talk it over any tinte
CALL Us lTp I N. W. Cedar 727
CALL Ub UP
Viee-Pres't Maekett-Oati's-Ifurtv Co.
FREDERICK !. lXOERSOl.L,
Attorney-at-La w
FREDERICK A. NIKNHAUSEJ:.
Cashier
GEORC.10 A. ARCHER,
Archer-Daniels Linseed Co.
GRANT P. WAGNER.
Treas. and Gen. Mgr. Howard. Far we
11
X'. Co.
WILLIAM A. AIIT.LEP., President
INSURANCE OF EVERY KIND
Xrf_state
HOMER H. SMITH MORRIS LANPHER
JOSEPH F. REIMBOLD
SURETY BONDS
FIDELITY BONDS
RENT INSURANCE
PLATE GLASS
1900
291 Endicott Building ST. PAUL, MINN.
The Minnesota Loao &Trust Company i
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Established 1883
ROY B. NIENHAUSER
4
°F FARM MORTGAGE BONDS
$100, $500 and $1000
Walter Butler
Jesse A. Orree
I/onis Bet/.
1'ierce Bntlfr
Webster Wheelock
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