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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 September 1896

8 IJi A LIGHTER VEIN IT THE KITTSON HOUSE» SOCIAL DUTIES RULED RATHER THAN BUSINESS, IS WAS THE CASE DOWN TOWN. >NE OF THE GREATEST RECEP TIONS IN THE HISTORY OF ST. PAUL. THOUSANDS OF THE FAIR SEX ■/ere Received by the Members of the Local Women's Commit tee. Thousands of visiting ladies were re ceived at the women's headquarters yesterday afternoon by the ladies of the St. Paul committee at one of the largest receptions ever held in this city. The committee receiving stood In the reception rooms for over two hours and a half and greeted the visit ers who called at the building by the thousands all the afternoon. The scene to one looking on was" a pleasing one, and not one soon forgotten. The grounds without the headquarters were covered with scattered groups of pret tily gowned women and uniformed nen, enjoying the view of the city to je gained from the Kittson grounds, md listening to the music of the Du :uth band, which was ln attendance it the headquarters all of the after n...

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. — 4 September 1896

FAIR IS A SUCGESS 0\ \.R 50,000 PEOPLE PACKED THE UROI NDS YESTERDAY—MIN NEAPOLIS DAY. ONLY WAS EQUALLED ONCE. OX THE OCCASION OK THE GREAT SHAM BATTLE WHICH WAS ELD IN 1887. ALL CARRIERS WERE TAXED To tarry the Impatient Tliroii«> of Sight-See™ to and From the (Hitter Cities. Attendance yesterday, 50,000; receipts, $20,000; attendance fourth day last yea*.'. Minneapolis day, 25,000; receipts, $15,034; receipts of yesterday over those of same day last year, $5,141; total ticket sales for first three days this year, $14,172; total ticket sales for first three days last year, $11,987; receipts of this year for first three days over those of last year for same period, $2,165. Is the fair a success? There is only one answer to this question and that is that it is most unqualifiedly so, and the above figures conclusively demon strate the fact.. Never but on one previous occasion has so great a crowd visited the fair as did yesterday. That was on the day of the sham battle in 1887, whe...

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. — 4 September 1896

10 MINNEAPOLIS. ■JIFIIK 2» SOUTH FOIKTU STitEIST. HEIGHTS Ofl PARADE A GLITTERING SHOW MADE BY THE HOST OF VISITING PYTH IANS. TWO MILES OF SOLDIERS. GREAT EVENT OP THE ENCAMP MENT I'ASSEI) OFF WITHOUT A HITCH. riRST REGIME AT WAS ESCORT. Martial Mule, Mnrflilnjt Troops aud Tli roiij; I in; »'r«>f»v«in Combinrd for ti Brilliant EuNcmble, The parade of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias, now in camp in this city, escorted by the First regi- Dient, Minnesota National guard, was the finest military display which has been Been in this city in many a day. There were more Pythlans in the ranks than at the recent demonstration on the Btreets of Cleveland. One hundred divisions, aggregating 2,200 knights, nnder the command of Brig. Gen. John C. Loper, of lowa, formed the main body of the parade. The crack regi ment of the state, the First Minne sota, under the command of Col. C. McC. Reeve, and a platoon of mounted police, under the personal command i of Superintendent Smith, held the r...

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. — 4 September 1896

ADVANCED Ofl FROST CHILL IW TMK KORTHWKST SET CHICAGO WMR.VT PRICKS TO CLIIHIUX'. CLOSE WAS A CENT HIGHER. COItS A*il OATS SHAItKO IX THK IIOOM WillUl SK\T WHEAT PRICKS Il* PROVISIONS TOOK OPI'OSITK TICK. "While (he Grain Pits Were Hulllsh Hon; Product* Wt-rc on the Dunn Gratio. CHICAGO. Sept. 3— Firm cables and frosts in the Northwest were the sus taininfi* strength of wheal today. They were influential in advancing that market to a point one cent above yes terday's close. Corn and oats partici pated in the firm feeling and closed \sc hiprher each. Provisions one the contrary declined and closed s@loc lower. Traders in wheat thought they Paw at the opening reasons for higher prices, and bought a little, paying from *4c to %c over yesterday's closing price for it, the figures for December vary ing from sS>i to Me. Reasons for the opening strength were manifold, firm cables in the face of the decline here yesterday being perhaps the princi pol one. This was supplemented by compara...

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. — 4 September 1896

12 TAKES THE SHINE Off 58c Rubbers when they sell them for 12c—age will do it. Strang-e that some people can sell $3.00 Shoes at $1.67 the year round. The shoe buyer must be a good fellow, for manu facturers do not sell shoe men 53.00 Shoes at $1.67. WHEN YOU WANT The Best $3.00 Shoe on Earth Oet the Tread-Well. Compare our $1.50 Shoes with the shoe depart ment Cut Price $3.00 Shoe, and you will find we beat them at that. &£■-■*• —-^. Round-up Sale —900 pairs of Ladies', C' ~^J W Misses' and Children's Iff RUBBERS. 1 I •*£! __.: .""*/ Broken sizes, just for fun, at til J v % P Cents- V J&l :§ jtW 'J% One pair to a customer; none to Jr'^at^x ______j_r Ladies' Real Vici Kid Button and >^^-** ;T^TT^^^i«*g^S^g?' Lace, Razor, Op?ra, Square and Com- j^X^^l^^^L nion Sense Last, all sizes and widths, ""» "0"^ mm $2,00. Men's Casco Calf Shoes, Goodyear Jfe ' welt. Razor Toe, Opera and French iMP* $2.00. M^' I Men's Shoes from 98c up. dfJsP%!^& §■ One lot of Ladies's Low Shoes,...

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. — 5 September 1896

10 PAGES. VOL. XIX.—NO. 249. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOSE. SATIRDA\', SErT. 5. Weather lor Today- Cloudy and Cool. PAGE 1. ilia* Knlny Dny Crowd nt the Fair. Tleket Pleases Somul Money Men, G. A. It. Eneamnment Endeil. I'tliK 2. Exodus of Veterans llegina. D. of V. Ueeeive G. A. R. Ladles. PAGE 3. Rem of Minneaiiolls. Bryan In t'hieago. I'AUK 4. Editorial. Paiuier at Home. PAGE B. Fleetwood Sports Riotous. Rain Presvents Western Games. Results in the' National. Newspaper Day at the Fair. PAGE 6. List of Prize Winners. Better Demand for Goods. PAGE 7. AY. R. C. Will Restore Andersonville. t'aniitfire.s at Market Hall. PAGE 8. Elks Hold a Reeentlon. Irish Patriot in a Sad Plight. PAGE 9. Bar Silver, OtJ l-4e. Cash Wheat in Chicago, 50 l-Se. Wants of the People. PAGE 10. G. A. R. Lailles Will Xot Federate. Loyal LeK'lon Ratllies Clarkson. Plans for the '07 Encampment. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan—-Alabama, 2.30, 8.13. t'raiul—AVomnn in Illaek, 2.30, 8.15. Aurora Park—lla.se Hall, 2....

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. — 5 September 1896

_ __ £ , Highest bfall in Leavening l»ower.—Latest V. S. Gov't Report ' ABSOLUTELY PSJISE TO BUFFALO IN '97 SI <"<'KST»O\ THAT PLANS FOR A TKH* ID THK NEXT EXCAMI*- MEST HAS TLREADY TAKEN FOOT. TALK OF rOHMIMi A (LIB AT ONCE TO PKICPAHK POM HKXT I ■ Alt. HBBTIKG TO UK HKI.D SHORTLY. IntereMtiiiK \eiv» About the Events of the (losing; DayK of the <>. A. R. Hero. The Buffalo people who went home happy yesterday with the selection of their home town as the next place for the encampment of the G. A. R. in their pocket, probably made more friends in St. Paul than any other commandery present. In fact, their friends are counted by the thousands, and Buffalo can prepare itself in 1897 for a crowd from St. Paul that will eclipse that from any other city and will be only excelled by Buffalo alone. In fact, so strong a sentiment has been created that many influential people of St. Paul, including, espe cially, newspaper people, business men and the prophets of the leading ho tels,...

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. — 5 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2» JOLTII FOURTH STREET. jj MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. * Peter Euetis. driver of a team at the res ervoir, was thrown from his wagon by his ihorses running away yesterday afternoon, and two of his ribs were fractured. He was ■removed to the city hospital. The creditors of the National Credit In surance company have been ordered by Judge Jamison to file their claims against the com pany within six months. This evening "Romeo and Juliet" will be the bill a( the Metropolitan, with "Hamlet" at the Saturday matinee and "Richard III." for the farewell performance Saturday even ing. Oscar Smith, son of C. A. Smith, the well known lumberman, who had his arm and leg broken Thursday ln collision with an inter urban car, is reported as being better. He is still at St. Mary's hospital. Judge Scagrave Smith has signed an order directing the assignee of J. A. Shea, insol vent, to sell the stock at private sale. The assets consist of I.COO pounds of peanuts, almonds, walnuts, pecans...

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. — 5 September 1896

4 THE DflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Snnday, Six Months - $2.75 Dally and Snnday, One Year - *5.00 Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Sts Months ---- sfaUM Daily Only, One Year #4.vM> Sunday Only, One Year -- - - f 1.50 -Weekly, One Year fI.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Mints. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDINO, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 4.—Minnesota—Fair, preceded by showers ln Eastern portion; northwesterly winds; probably cooler in west ern portion. Wisconsin—Showers followed by fair in western portion: fresh to brisk southeast erly winds becoming northwesterly. North and South Dakota—Fair; northwest ern winds becoming variable. Montana...

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. — 5 September 1896

The Great Plymouth Clothing House. "Plyntouth Corner," Seventh and Robert. SUITS, 'II»" *14. Thousands of Fine Fall Ready-to-wear Suits are ready for you to select from on the first floor of tne Plymouth. SPECIALS FOR TODAY: $15 Men's Black Thibet aK^^Wv Suits, jli. 1 j $15 Hen's Imported Clay-fet 18 \ Worsted Suits, Y^k & m \ $15 Plain and Fancy Chev- ■%Llf M fi I iot Suits, B H 1 $15 Fine Cassimere Suits, B « f $15 All=Wool Beaver Over- J|; Eft ■ $15 Tweed and Homespun Hb B $15 Black and Blue Ker- jQ sey Overcoats for * each. Hir-VTJP Fll \ITC Saturday we will place on sale 2,000 pairs NlrN S PAN I i.of strictlyAll-wooi pants- c IJILII »J IAIUJ, our regular $3.00 qualities **> OO —for only • " *-** See our qualities at $3.00 and $5.00. „OOTED THE JUDGES A\ IM'OI'ILtR DECISION NEARLY CAt SEO A RIOT AT FLEET WOOD PARK. FAVORITE FINALLY WON. BACH OF THE DAT CONTESTED THROUGH FIVE HARD FOLGHT HEATS. !N!--\V YORK IIEETIXG OVER. Weather All That Could He Desired ami tin- Track Fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 September 1896

c THE GREAT PLYHOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE. -'PLYHOUTH CORNER," SEVENTH AND ROBERT. OVERCOATS 10 ill Mountains of Overcoats and Ulsters are ready for yon to select front, on the First Floor at the "Plymouth." JIfIOTHEH BIG Ojffi < ontinaed From Fifth Page. Farniington. first; J. A. Howard, second; Wm. Somerville, third. Antinovka—Clarence Wedge, flrst; W. L. Parker, second; J. S. Harris, third. Anisim—J. S. Harris, flrst; W. L. Parker, Becond; Sidney Corp. third. AutWnn Streaked—Sidney Corp, first; J. S. Harris, second; Wm. Oxford, third. Blush Calvllle—J. S. Harris, first; W. L. Farker, second. Borovinka—J. S. Harris, flrst; W. L. Parker, second; A. H. Smith, Long Lake, Minn., third. Brett—Sidney Corp, flrst; Wm. Somerville, second. Charlamoff—Clarence Wedge, flrst; W. L. Parker, second; Wm. Somerville, third. Christmas—J. S. Harris, first. Cross—Clarence Wedge, flrst; W. L. Parker, second. Duchess of Oldenburg, Largest—J. A. How ard, first; Isabelle Barton, Excelsior, second; W. L. Pa...

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. — 5 September 1896

AGCEPT THE PKISOI-1 V OMEN'S RELIEF CORPS WILL RE STORE ANDERSONVILLE TO "WAR TIME FORM. EACH WOMAN PAYS A NICKEL TOWARD DEFRAYING THE U\- I'ENSE OF THE RESTORATION OF HISTORIC WALLS. VETERANS SEND GREETINGS. The Grand Army of the Republic Formally Pays Its Profound Respect to the Corps. The second session of the fourteenth annual convention of the National W. R. C. was called to order at 9 a. m. by the president, Mrs. Turner, with the following officers present: National President—Llzabeth A. Turner, Bostoa, Mass. National Senior Vice President—Mary A. Ninekirk, Louisville, Ky. National Junior Vice President—Henrietta Stiesmeier. St. Louis. Mo. National Secretary—Harrietta L. Reed. Dor chester, Mass. President-Elect of the National Woman's Relief Corps. National Treasurer—lsabelle T. Bagley, Zanesville, O. National Chaplain—Sarah A. C. Plummer, Lansing. Mich. National Inspector—Mary L. Carr, Long inont. Col. National Counselor—Margaret Ray Wick- Ins, Sabetha, Kan. National I. and I...

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. — 5 September 1896

8 HONORED BY ELKS LOCAL LODGES TENDER A RECEP TION TO THE EXALTED HILER. MANY GUESTS FROM ABROAD. VISITORS TO THE ENCAMPMENT TAKE PART IN THE AF FAIR. CHANGE IN EDITORIAL JAI NT. Trip to Mackinac Will He Fonr Days Later Than at First Projected. Grand exalted ruler B. P. O. Elks, Meade D. Detweiler, of Harrisburg, Pa., paid a flying visit to St. Paul last , night on his way East from the coast. St. Paul Lodge Xo. 59 had made ar rangements to honor the grand exalted ruler with a banquet and reception, but owing to the lateness of the train, which whs due at 5:55 p. m.. but did not arrive until 7:40 p. m., Mr. Det weiler could only stop over long enougn to groot his brother Elks and say good bye, as business required his pres ence in the East. Grand Exalted Ruler Detweiler was met at the union depot by exalted Ruler Knox. District Deputy King and the executive committee of the St. Paul lodge, who es corted Mr. Detweiler to the Commer cial club, where the other members of the lodge and ...

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. — 5 September 1896

GORH AT BOTTOM FUTURES CLOSED YESTERDAY IN CHICAGO AT LOWEST POINT EVER RECORDED. WEAKNESS IN WHEAT PIT. FORKH.X CAULKS THE FEATIRE THAT RESULTED IN THE MARKED DEPRESSION. PROVISIONS HEAVY AHD LOWKU In Spite of a Slight Rally in the Final Hog Product* Ended at a Loss. CHICAGO. Sept. 4.—Cables were again the prominent feature of wheat. They were a distinct disappointment and helped materially to break the price of December %c below yesterday's close. Corn broke %c, closing at the lowest point ever recorded for futures. Oats declined %c and provisions 2%@10c. December wheat, which closed yesterday at oS'iic. opened with sellers at trom 57% c down at 58% c. In about an hour from the opening it was selling for a moment at 58% c. The Northwestern receipts were large, amounting to 848 cars, and the impression prevailed that as soon as freight traffic is resumed on the Northwestern roads the accumulations on the sidetracks would pour in. and there was some talk of 2,000 cars Monday. The st...

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. — 5 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE TO BUFFAM IN '97 H'*<il'*STlON THAT PLANS FOR A TUIP TO THE NEXT ENCAMP MENT r.AS TLREADY TAKEN FOOT. TALK OF FORMING A CLUB AT OME TO PREPARE FOR NEXT YEAR. MEETING TO BE HELD SHORTLY. [afereattasS \chs About the Events Of the Closing- l)n>» of the G. A. R. Here. ThP Buffalo people who went home happy yesterday with the selection of their home town as the next place for the encampment of the G. A. R. in tht-ir pocket, probably made more friends in St. Paul than any other commandery present. In fact, their friends are counted by the thousands, and l'uffalo can prepare itself in 1597 l": a crowd from St. Paul that will cclii se that from any other city and will be only excelled by Buffalo alone. In fact, so strong a sentiment has been created that many Influential people of St. Paul, including, espe cially, newspaper people, business men and the prophets of the leading ho tt Is, Informally talked the ...

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. — 6 September 1896

16 FfIGES. VOL. XIX.— NO. 250. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. SEPT. C, 1806. Weather for Today- Fair and AVarmer PAGE 1. Bryan S pen Us In Milwaukee. Chamberlain to See Olney. Queen Sends Warning; to Turkey. Electrical Appliances for Farmers. PAGE X NiiMili.r of Vinitors Here Last Week. Reception to Mrs. Newport. PAGE 3 Rain Cut tht Fair Short. Crooks at tic Encampment. PACK 4. Editorial. Cntcheon Back From Indianapolis. PAGE S. St. Paul-Columbus See-Saw. Minneapolis Defeats Indianapolis. >ushka Wins at Minnetonka. PAGE 6. Schur* Speaks for Sound Money. 1 hang's Day in Washington. The Situation in Berlin. Ladies May Lease Kittson House. PAGE T. Vewa of Minneapolis. World-Wide Strike Projected. £oo Cuts Inder Scalpers. PAGE 8. ilclvinley Continues Tariff Talk. JUnlit in the Mining Camps. PAGE 9. Uncle Sam's Only Protectorate. Senator John M. Palmer. PAGE 10. Books of the Hour. Orators of Labor Dny. Order of the St. Paul Parade. PAGE 11. Business Man's Announcement. PAG...

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. — 6 September 1896

a I O(i\l. NEWS VOTES. St. Paul tent K. O. T. 11. meets Monday night. Services wilU be resumed at Unity church this morning. St. Paul commandery. on Tuesday, will install officers for the ensuing term. Diphtheria is reported at C 79 Van Buren street and "Xt Lawson street and scarlet fever at 667 Western avenue. The Minneojci mii'Miels are doing s mic fine work, and will anon fctae the puVil!: a chance to ,m-.s juoVment on their efforts. The annual examination vi applicants for entrance ts 'he St. Paul ':igh school will be held at the high school Monday. Sept. 14. Member* of ihe barbers union will meet at Fifth aii'' Wabasha streets tomorrow morn ing at s:l,"i o'clock to form in line for the pa rade. The postoffice will be open lomorrow. La bor 4ay, until 10 o'clock, and one delivery will bo made all over the city in the morn ing. A meeiing of the fire board will be held Tuesday aft* moon at 4 o'clock. Bids will be opened lor furnishing the department with oats and hay for the next s...

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. — 6 September 1896

flAlfi GUT IT CLOSE BIT IT CAME TOO LATE TO SPOIL MINNESOTA'S FAIR OF UN. DROVE PEOPLE AWAY ONE DAY BIT THE OTHER FIVE HAD BEEN ENOI'UH TO l\M«i: ITS SUCCESS. PRESS PROGRAMME SPOILED, Alilii.uk'> One or Two Raving; Events Were Brought Off In the Mud. Ticket sales Monday $1,301.00 Ticket sales Tuesday 5.195. 58 Ticket sales Wednesday 7.175.60 Ticket sales Thursday 17.366.59 T.cket sales Friday 8,116.75 Ticket sales Saturday 491.50 Railroad tickets for week (estimated) 750.00 Receipts from other sources 11,434.06 Total receipts for 1596 52,331.07 Total receipts for 1895 49,755. SS Surplus of receipts for 1896 2,575.19 Above is the splendid record made by the Minnesota State Agricultural so ciety at its 37th annual fair which clos ed yesterday, after what was, with one exception, and that the year of 1887, the most successful week in the his tory of the organization. The great sham battle of 1887 attracted nearly 8.1 00 peonle to the fair, causing a phenomenal increase in the receip...

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. — 6 September 1896

4 THE WttiY-ftießE; IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL, PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payabl: in Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Monthi - * 2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - #3.00 Daily Only, per Month -- - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months -$2.25 Daily Only, One Year $4.v»0 Sunday Only, One Yeair -- - - $1.50 Weekly, One Year fI.OO Addrtss all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn E\STERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. KOOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. WiHTHRR FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, Sept. s.— Forecast for Sun day: Minnesota and Dakotas— Fair; warmer; variable windc. becoming southerly. Wisconsin— Fair; fresh to brisk northwest erly wind;;, diminishing. Montana— Fair; variable winds. DAILY MEANS. Barometer 29. SI: relative humidity, 78; ■weather, partly cloudy; maximum ther mometer, 61; minimum thermom...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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