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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

4 THE BfllLY GLOBE ]S PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MIXIVESOTA STS. OFFICIAL I'AI'ER OK ST. PAUL,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Puynbl; lv Ailvuucc. Daily nuil Sunday, i;cr Month .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Moutbi - $*_.75 Daily uuil Sunday. One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month .40 Daily Only, six Mouths $*_.U5 Daily Only, One Year $4.'H> Sunday Ouly, One tear -- - - f1.50 Weekly, One Year $1.00 Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, LOOM <01. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. *W. Complete files of the Globe alv.ays kepi on hand for reference \VK ATHER FOR TODAY*. WASHINGTON. Sept. 2. — Forecast for Thursday: Minnesota—Generally fair; north erly winds becoming variable; cooler in south east and warmer in northwest portion. Wisconsin — Fair, preceded In the early morning by ■bowers, in Eastern portions; fresh northerly winds; cooler in southern por tion. The Dakotas—Fair; warmer;...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

|iOW TO BUSINESS iRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT WILL BE FORMALLY OPENED THIS -MORNING. MILITIA WILL PARADE, ALSO. i WILL BE RBVIEWEI) BY THE GOV ERNOR AND PROCEED TO { HAMLIN E. WILL BE A BUSY. DAY FOR ALL. ! Bu*in<-NM Meetliij**, Untilp Uln-M and So.-ml Atriiii-M Will Make v Grand Composite. The weather forecast for today, according ti> a telegram from the weather department in Washington received last night, is: Thursday, fair and cool weather; Friday, warmer. TODAY'S PROGRAMME. Sunrise, national salute, twenty-one guns at _ Camp Mason. 9 a. m..carriage drive to all visiting ladies, starting from latl;6S' head | quarters, at the intersection of Dayton and Summit avenues, on Dayton avenue to West ern avenue, en Western avenue to Holly ave nue, on Holly avenue to Dale street, on Dale street to Crocus hill and return to the inter i section of Male street and Summit avenue; j thence on Summit avenue, via Summit court, f - sth street, on Sixth Street to Broadway. I • n Broadway to Third s...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

c PRAISES OF LADIES NATIONAL AND DEPARTMENT OF FICERS SAY KIND THINGS OF ST. PAI L. IT HAS EQUALED ANY CITY IN ITS PREPARATIONS AND ENTER TAINMENTS Or THE «. A. R. VISITORS. DAT AT LADIES' HEADQUARTERS. 1 i-. ( iilints and Feature* of the Third Day—Gossip About Some of the Visitors. The women's headquarters still con tinue tt> be the center of attraction for G. A. R. visitors and thousands call at the building each day, go through the rooms, admire the decorations and go away, emly to come back later and to return aga>in in the evening. The idea for the headquarters will not be repeated in every city in which the en campment may be held for no other city has so elegant a building available for .such a purpose. The usual crowd was on hand yester day morning though the evening saw a smaller number of people assembled. The various headquarters were open all day and many visiting members of the societies registered. The Columbia Post of Chicago, called on the women during the afte...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

• The Busiest Store in st. Paul. • "Plymouth Corner," Seventh and Robert. A GREAT SALE OF Overcoats! I Commencing this (Thursday) morning- we will offer Five Hundred Medium Weight | Overcoats in Plain Blue and Black; all-wool \ Australian Beaver; strictly fast color, with ! double warp Farmers' Satin body lining and hair cloth sleeve lining; actually worth $15. Special for $10. OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10:30 P. M. ] HEW RAGE KEGOKD FASTEST THREE HEATS EVER PACED IN HARNESS MADE AT FLEETWOOD. JOHN GENTRY THE WINNER. ROBERT J, AOAN AND STAR POINTER IN LIST OF "ALSO RANS." KECK AND NECK CLEAR TO WIRE. Final Heat Fought Out on Even Terms at a Pace That Was Terrific. NEW YORK, Sept. 2.—ln the pres ence of 5,000 spectators, Fleetwood park today, John R. Gentry defeated Robert J., Frank Agan and Star Pointer, in the fastest harness race on record. All of the finishes were very close and ex citing. A stiff wind retarded the horses in the home stretch. Fleetwood, never a fast track, was in good co...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

8 BODE Ofl THE ROOpS STATE FAIR ( Itt SII TAXES THE CARRYING CAPACITY' OF STREET CARS. THOUSANDS COULD NOT GO o\ accovxt OF th;: p.aukqi ate CARRYING FACILITIES TUWAHD fHK GROUNDS. ■TODAY is HINNKAPOIiH MAY. AWln>u!,li Many Tlionsnnds Came Prom the Mill City Veslorduy— Attractions lor the Day. We will run a train from St. Paul and Minneapolis every thirty minutes Thursday to the fair grounds; also Friday and Sat urday, it tin' demand so warrants. —J. G. Taylor, division superintendent Great North ern railroad. The above telegram received by the state fair officials late yesterday after noon wholly obviates the only obstacle which has stood in the way of the complete success of the fair, namely, that of transportation facilities sufH cient to carry the vast crowds of people out to the grounds. The special trains will be put on at 9 a. m. and will run thirty minutes apart from both cities direct into the fair grounds. This, with a doubling of the street car facilities of yesterday,...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

WORKOFTHEW.fI.G. SKETCHES OF THIS DEPARTMENTS OF THE CHAM) ARMY AUXIL IARY, y THEIRS A SPLENDID CAUSE. FINANCIAL REPORTS SHOW A LARGE EXPEMMTI RE FOR CHARITY. EVERY STATE SHOWS INCREASE. New Corps Aritleri In. the Territories* it ml Harmony Prevails in Alt Sections. Each >'ear 0»e work of the Woman's Relief corps oxtends in scope and In fluence. Every state and territory is now represented in the work. Follow ing are reports and sketches of the departments submitted to the na tional encampment W. R. C. in St. Paul: CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA. These two states form one department and ■were organized as such Feb. 20, 18S5. To the front always is it in relief work, and this year does not fall behind despite the string ency of the money market. The convention was held early in the year and Laura J. Robinson, of San Francisco, was elected de partment president, with Lizzie M. Hatch, of San Francisco, department secretary, and Susie J. Harris, of Santa Cruz, department treasurer. The aides ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

10 DAY Of KEYNOTES TWO SESSIONS HELD BY THE NA TIONAL DEMOCRATS AT INDI ANAPOLIS. PARTY TO BE PERMANENT. THIS DECISION THE JIOST IMPOR TANT REACHED IN THE OPENING DAT. JUXtilNt' ADUKKSSES DELIVERED. Flower as Temporary and Caffery u» Permanent PreaMUax Officer Out lined the Issues, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. 2.— Forty-One st;>.u>s and three territories, represented by 824 delegates, met tu day in Tomlinson hall, as the climax of a six week's campaign to repudiate the action of the Chicago convention and put forth a declaration of prin ciples, and name a presidential ticket. tor Palmer, who called the body to order, termed it the first convention ft the National Democratic party, while others referred to it as the Demo t racy which held its last convention in Admission to the hall was confined Btrp uy to ticket hoidfjjjs. As a result y people were denied 'admittance. Inside every seat in the space reserved on the Boor for the delegates and al ternates was taken, and the gallerie...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

11 Ooden, Merrill & Greer. Corner Sixth and Sibley Sts. Crockery, China, Cat Glass, Lamps. All Kinds or Table Furnishings. We make a specialty of the above Hues. By going- to headquarters you get the best selection at the cheapest prices. Over 100 decorated patterns in Chamber Sets. 50 patterns in Carving Sets from 25c each upwards. Latest styles in Onyx Top Ta bles. See what a beauty $4 will buy. The finest Deep Cut Glass Pitch er at $11, sold elsewhere for $15.00. For Souvenir Presents and a place to entertain your visit ing friends please call. I Ooden, Merrill -^ Greer NEW FALL STYLES Men's Shoes. —— ! SPECIAL GRADES--53.50 and $5.00 TREAT BROS., 378 Robert Street. THE — Aberdeen Hotel On Cable Line. Ten Minutes from Union Depot. Only Absolutely Fire-Proof Hotel in St. Paul. Rooms Single and En Suite with Bath. Also Unfurnished Housekeeping Apartments. American Plan. $3.50 and Upwards. Special Rates by the Month. i Breakfast 81.00 RATES FOR MEALS 1 Lunch 75c (Dinner $1.00 {u...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

12 ■ WONDER /**** a "~,~"---''""-----'--"-"-as»--sssBs*BB*B-*s^ i baroa.ns Carpets. s*vr w , "i S~V D n + B I Carnival W'ocii i^Bssssfe, fl «sd A S _f^T ***sU-4e9fe M .ssf*"^. ml IsTh ultss. si illili ■■# Us --si -„-. _^ C ?r ,, K „ s ., L i„o,e U „,O i ,C,„ tl , s , |~**", If H| 111 I ;nilinClfl\^ SU* Drapery Goods g ri WOOL..' N. G. RA: N:^e ±*S* *-**• V_^J-L^_JVJJLJ. WV/11l t/Clll V '"^X^L^Xf^'l BRUSSELS -Good quality, finest jfi mj The VALUES are EXACTLY as grt of patterns, newest colors, worth 7 c . "-*l**- we state, to $1.0. per yard. |-/\ ■»■■ «■«-* ■ aT»v«0»- c *«-*_ „ 25 pieces 50-in. siik and lisle thread, 0 vKrvKrs A -,r l ;„e,,n" c The Twin Cities' Greatest Store, Minneapolis. o»««i08el velvet carpet, newest color, best f i~ ™ 25 pieces SC-in. silk and lisle thread styles made, worth|l.oo '7-*r- soft drapery goods, (j» s i| Special "Big Store Is fer "Blaz* rf 1 wo^THl^^^hH B [We have by far the largest and best __*—»*-> _~_ /~* t-1 s H line of Rugs shown in this marke...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. UIKICE _:» ..iOITU FOURTH STUEKT. ](I BLAZE Op GItORY PO MINNEAPOLIS CEI.EURATED THE CHEAT OCCASION OK HER GALA WEEK. CITY HELD HIGH CARNIVAL CHOWDS WERE ORDEHI.Y AND THE l-HIHiItAHMI.; PASSED WITHUIT A HITCH. O. 'E HI NDKED THOI SAND VISITORS Klsta* John of the House of. Calnler tvooil (."veil l.oyul Gr<-t'tinjf •»>' His Subject**. Minneapolis showed her ability to get up a fine outdoor exhibition, in the carnival parade of last evening. The parade was carried out in remarkable order, not a hitch occurring to mar the general success. Not only all the visitors in this city, but the citizens of Minneapolis and St. Paul as well, were astonished to see the beauty and M'Undor that could be collected in a 1 assing show of an hour's length. The parade was formed and promptly at 8 o'clock the order was given to march, and a platoon of mounted police, head ed by Chief s-"niith, started off the pro cession. Chief Marshal Shuey and his El alt followed the policemen, and the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

14 MSGQIISWS PRIDE JTORY OF HER HEROIC SECOND REGIMENT'S DEEDS IN BATTLE. FOUGHT IN THE IRON BRIGADE. LOST MORE MEN IN ACTION THAN AXV OTHER FEDEHaL COM MAND, RECOHI) "WRITTEN IN BLOOD. CotiniKC nt <'et*> wliurn Reduced the RcK'iment lo Lean Tlinn 100 Men. Wisconsin might be accused of par tiality toward the armies of the East. The Badger State sent three of her best lighting regiments to the Army of the Potomac. In the phalanx which won imperishable renown as the "Iron Brigade of the West" three of the five regiments were from Wisconsin —the H- v ond. Seventh and Sixth. The high sounding synonym attached to the Iron Brigade was not bestowed by flat tery. It was won in battle and stuck to the command because it was a good fit. One would look for a great record in a body of men whose name recalls Cromwell's Ironsides, and the search would not be a vain one. Fighting in that brigade throughout its three years of service, the Second Wisconsin Buffered more from the enemy's fatal ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

GRAIN PIT NERVOUS 1 AITHEHEXSIOX OVKii LOCAL FI ■AM lis (USED A liEM'.KAL SHMI' AT CBICAQO, WHEAT LOST A HALF CENT. KIAKKET STARTED IX WITH A\ AT TEMPT AT STREM'TII, HUT TI MBLED. fOKX AXD OATS TRAILED ALOXG. j Both Were Affected by tbe WeuWneas Of Wbfitt n nil CluKeil lit a I.ONN. CHICAGO. Sept. 2.—Nervousness over local financial condit!ons caused general liquida tion in wheat today, and December closed %c lower after a firm opening. Corn and oats were more fortunate, but closed %c lower each. Provisions were irregular at the close, but averaged high* r. Wheat made a short, nervous, feminine sort of a jump at the open ing, December starting at from 58%';*5S%c, as compared with 58%@58%c, its closing price of the day before. The attempt at being strong soon gave place to a kind of fainting spell. In about twenty minutes from the opening December was selling at 58% c, and that notwithstanding the utmost efforts of its friends to bring about its recovery, and before 12 o'clock it had ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

16 Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Wwfr gtflftH c; y3j4^L\\*Vtik f¥ W JtfF*R ABSOLUTELY PURE HII'DOdOUGH PY DIE WAS SHOT 11V PATROLMAN O'NEILL WHILE RESISTING AH. KKST. HAD ASSAULTED THE OFFICER. 11l 1.1.XT LODGED NKAU THE BASE OF Till* INJI'REU MAN'S SPINK. Iliv CONDITIO!! IS NOW CRITICAL. Injur, il Man. With Two Companions, Committed Serious Breach ot the Peace. . Martin McDonough, of 625 Conway 6tr< et, who was shot by Patrolman O'Neill yesterday morning and taken to the city hospital, is reported as be ing in a critical -? mdiiion. McDon i ugh, who is twentr-Cour years old, has been mploynl by 'he Edison- Electric Light company tor one week past He wi--. ->ii 1 «>.t Tuesday night, and during the cveniag drank consid erably. Shortly atcer midnight Mc- Donough, Frank Clark and a man named Flaherty wore acting in a die orderly manner <>n (b« Ftreet and were advised to go home by Sergr. Davis. They went up 3roadway toward Eighth street, a...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

12 PAGES. VOL. XIX.—NO. 248. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. Weather for Today- Fair and Warmer. • PAGE 1. Palmer Nominated for President. Doluks of Indianapolis Convention. Eiit-nuinmcnt Next Year at Buffalo. Work, of Encampment Begun, PAGE 2. Gen. Walker's Atldress. PAGK «. Adjutant General's Report. Reports of Other Otlicials. PAGE 4. Editorial. PAGE n. Millers Find the Hoosiers Easy. Gold liiiK* Forfeit to Brewers. Detroit Defeated at Mankato. Men Who Wear Medals. Market Hall Camp Ftres. PAGE O. Ladies Re-elect Mrs. Hirst. W. R. C. Convention lieg-ins. PAGE 7. Many Happy Reunions. Odd Bits of Encampment Talk. PAGE 8. Receptions hy the Score. Roster of Veterans in Camp. PAGE 9. 50,000 at the State Fair. Mill*- Lacs Wins the Prize. Guards at the State Fair. PAGE 10. News of Minneapolis. Pythian Parade. Lawler Inilorses Palmer. i PAGE 11. Bar Silver (JO 1-ic. Cash Wheat In < hi caff o 56 l-2c. Stocks Feverish and Weak, Wants of the People. PAGE 12. Street Car ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

2 Invitation and it gives me pleasure be yond the power of words to express to see you fcere. His honor, Mayor IDoran. writ tett you that you are indeed welcome." Mayor Doran stepped to the front of the platform, and when the applause had subsided, read hi-* address as fol lows : Coium-iiidei- and Comrades. Ladies and Gen tlemen : Today St. f*aul, the capital city and met ropolis of the North Star state extends greet ings and a generous welcome to the Grand Army of the Republic. The heart of every citizen in our borders swells with Just pride In the fact that the grandest secular organization in the world's history, is. through Its chief leaders and many thousands of its- rank mat file, the guest of our beautiful city upon the hills. St.. Paul U always proud of Its past record and ot its piesent stability, but today is the Red-letter day of Its rejoicing. Thirty-five years ago the infant state of Minnesota, through its war governor, won the proud distinction of tendering to the nati...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

NEXT YEAR BUFFfthO Contluued From Second Fajre. bravely offered and freely gave their lives for Its salvation, and believing that this memory Is of momentous value and should live through all generations, they would not encourage anything that would tend to efface it from the minds of the people. You say that 'It Is Intended that there shall be but one nag, that of the United States, and that it shall float over the whole parade.' Why not require the same as to uniform? The gray uniform is just as objectionable as the flag that It fought under. The distinctive color of the Union is blue. The sooner those who wore the gray cease trying to symbolize the "lost cause" by flag or uniform, and representing themselves as a distinct part of the people of our common country, the sooner will a fuller realization of the "festi val of patriotism and fraternal co-operation' which you suggest, be brought about. I am sincerely yours, I. N. WALKF.R, "Commander-in-Chief." The Innumerable letters and...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE is WblTshed every day AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'ayabl* iv Advance. Daily and Sunday, per ltlontli .50 Daily aud Sunday, Six Montua - *2.75 Daily aud Sunday, One Year - *5.00 Daily Only, per Monlh -- - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months f2.25 Daily Only, One Yeur JM.OO Sunday Only, One Veur -- - - fI.GO Weekly. One Year $1.00 Address «1! letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON RUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on h:>nd for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 3.—Forecast for Fri day: Minnesota and Wisconsin—Fair; warm er; lißht to fresh variable winds, shifting to southwesterly. South Dakota—Fair, warmer; southerly ■winds. North Dakota—Fair, followed by showers in northern portions; southerly to westerly winds; warmer in eastern portion. Montana—Fair; northwesterly...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

Take MINNESOTA STATE FAIR! ■ ■ *•»-1 ■■ S ||| Don't Go Away without seeing the GREAT NORTHWESTERN EXPOSITION of Products of Hinnesota, jjj North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. at GREAT RACES TODAY, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. ill Oil | W. W. P. to Pace Against His World's Wagon Record; the 2:08 Class Pace for $1,000 Purse; Marion jjj Mills to Pace Against Her Record Without Driver or Sulky. Depot. 1 Trains from Union Depot every 20 minutes after 9 o'clock a. m. HEARER THE GOAL MILLERS WIDE* THE GAP BE. TWBBI THEMSELVES AND THE HOOSIERS. IT WAS A BRILLIANT GAME AND IT COUNTS HEAVILY IN DECID ING WHO SHALL CAPTURE THE PENNANT. MANKATO DEFEATS THE TIGERS, While Grand Rapids Wins ljy a Single Ran at Wi nona. Minneapolis 11, Indianapolis O. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 114 76 39 .658 Indianapolis 113 67 40 .593 St. Paul 117 67 50 .573 Detroit 114 64 60 .661 Kansas City 114 61 53 .536 Milwaukee 120 54 66 .450 Columbus 119 40 79 .336 Grand Rapids 121 38 83 .814 GAMES...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

6 FOR A SECOND TERM MVS. HIRST REELECTED PRESI OK>T OF THE LADIES OF THE ti. A. R. MINNEAPOLIS GETS A PLUM. MHS. A. P. ANDERSON, OF THAT CITY. IS TOTALLY CHOSm SEMOH VICE. OR DBS IS '-ROWING VERY RAPIDLY Anniiul Reports of Retiring- OfUcers In tll<-a It- a ll'uli Degree of Prosperity. Ladies of the G. A. R. spent the en tire day In receiving reports, and listening to addresses and transacting other routine business. There was a spirited session during the election of officers, and that portion of the work was not completed when an adjourn ment was had at 6 o'clock last even ins. The address of Mrs. Catherine EL Hirst, national president, was read at the morning session as follows: It is with feeling of great pleasure and profound gratitude to an all wise Providence that I am privi leged to bid you welcome to this the tenth annual convention. We are as sembied today by the suffrages of our sisters to represent their interests in whatever legislation we may enact for the future ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

tached corps, all ln good standing, with a membership of 114,146, in good standing. There has been a very gratifying Improve ment in the character of the reports received from the colored corps during the year. The instruction and encouragement received from the national president during her Southern journey could not fall to bear good fruit; aud as best I could, by letter, I have endeav ored to teach and assist the officers in their work. Many of them have expressed an ear nest desire to "do their part well," and the improvement is very apparent. I think the corps Is one of the potent forces for the edu cating and uplifting of the women or our or der and to my mind this is one of the grand results of our work. There have been Issued from these head quarters. 7 general orders. 1 circular letter. 17:! commissions to national aides and assist ant national inspectors, dispensations, 1 na tional password and roster; also quarterly report blanks, delinquent blanks, treasurers' bonds and ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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