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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

TOOK THE BIG BflltF COMISKEY TOOK A SHIT-OIJT AXD GAVE LOFTIS A SMALL BITE. COULD NOT PASS FIRST BASE. TRIED IN VAIN TO UET FURTHER IN THE FIRST. SECOND THEY WON HANDILY. Batted Phyle Hard in One Inning. and Won It Then and There. r St. Paul in, 2, Columbus O, 6. MinneapoliN 12, Indianapolis 2. Detroit C.B, Kansas City, B, R. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. . Minneapolis 115 76 39 .6611 Indianapolis 114 67 47 .588 St. Paul 119 68 61 .571 Detroit 116 66 60 .569 | Kansas City 116 61 55 .52G . Milwaukee 120 54 66 .450 | Columbus 121 41 80 .339 ! Grand Rapids 121 38 83 .314 j The following table shows from what clubs i games have been won and to what clubs lost: : WUUtP CLUBS. « £ £ : o f Ig» : 2 fi : ?ff -| I i Minneapolis — 7 12 12 12"l5~ 7 11 76. 661 Indianapolis . . . . 6 — 3 9101015 14 67 .SSB St. Paul 8 8— 8 8 12 9 15 68.571 Detroit 4 11 7 — 10 516 13 €6 .r>69 Kansas City 7 4 12 4 —11 14 9 61 .526 Milwaukee 5 6 8 6 9 — 12 8 54 .4^o Columbus 4 5 7 4 3 5 — 13 41.339 Grand Rapids ....5 6...

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. — 6 September 1896

6 SCHURZ Ofl SILVER \VK\K\KSS OF MR. IJRYAX'S POSI TION KX POSED BY THE EX SEORETAHY. PLEA FOR HONEST MONEY. HOY ORATOR CHARACTERIZED AS A DRMAGOGI K AND AS ItiXO HAMIS, HE( 'EIVKU WITH EXTHIMYSM. Tlif Address Delivered tailor the JlßUplniß of the American llmi e*t Money l.vusur- CHICAGO, Sept. s.— Central Music hall was packed to the doors tonight tc hear the address of Carl Schurz, who spoke under the auspices of the American Honest Money league. Mr. 3c urz paid particular attention to the Xr»- York speech of Mr. Bryan, and !.; ; description of what would occur "if Bryan is elected" provoked re- V.?ited cheers from his audience, lie ■".My declared that, if Mr. Bryan be -1 certain things, which he quoted . m Mr. Hryan's New York address, then Mr. Bryan did not know what free roinngr meant, even though he was its most ardent apostle. The au dience, which numbered about 3,500, re ceived Mr. Schurz's address with great enthusiasm. He spoke in part as fol lows: HONKST MONEY PLEA. 1 hav...

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. — 6 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. ur»'ICB 2f» jOLTH FOURTH STHEBT, MINNEAPOLIS GLOBI LES. Charles Wilson was fined $50 or sixty days by Judge Kerr yesterday morning on a charge of stealing some clothes from August Carlson. On Tuesday the vestry of Gethsemane church will Rive a reception to Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Kaude. who have recently re turned from abroad. The reception will be held at Memorial hall at 8 o'clock. Bert Robertson waived examination in the municipal court yesterday morning to the Charge of embezzling $208.60 from Isaac Keutzman. 'he tailor. He was bound over to the grand jury in $500 bonds. Augustus Thomas' "Alabama," one of the most satisfactory comedy dramas of. recent years, will be the attraction at the Metropol itan for seven nights and two popular-priced matinees (Wednesday and Saturday) begin ning this evening. O. J. Grifflng, of Gary. S. D.. reported to the police yesterday morning that pk-kpO'k ets had secured from him $20 in currency and a check for V>o. The theft occurred dur...

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. — 6 September 1896

s HE TALKED TARIFF I*l. KA I'OR PROTECTION MADE BY jrKIM.KA TO A HENNSYL \ AM A PARTY. TWENTY-FIVE HUNDRED CAME. KBYSTOira STATE UELG<i\TIOX ONI-; Or THE LARGEST YET IX CANTOR. TltllllTE PAID TO MATTHEW QIAY Ut-aver County Crowd Cheered the Kamc *>'' tlie Republican Boss of Their State. CANTON", 0., Sept. s.— The Beaver county, Pennsylvania delegation, reached the McKinley home, 2,500 strong, at 12:15 this afternoon. They came on special trains over the Pennsylvania road. After an enthusiastic march thraugn the streets to the MoKtnley residence, the number was doubled by acquisitions along the route and in the city. Among the clubs in line were iho Lincoln club, of Xew Brighton. McKinley and Hobart club, of Monaco. Mi Kinley club, of Beaver, and Re publican club of Rochester. The party was beaded by Maj. Little, of Beaver Falls, and E. H. Thomas, of New Brighton. The reception given Maj. M> Kinley when he appeared upon the porch to greet his visitors, was one of the most en...

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. — 6 September 1896

r\ Children's Underwear / MAIL ORDERS \ Royal Worcester I rv jf^? \ s-JSL t^ A and Hosiery. / Always filled the same \ Corsets. W^r^ NJ/^kySL,^ j( Ca?ffif£4££/M£}/3^4M/MiMtG}nMM/ws/B* ona casee * eh MISHe "' and Bo >' 8 ' So « /day as orders are re- \ so down Fancy Black sateen cor- |> f'^X%S*Li M£/fr3J)/t¥i jy/y} t^m^WfWM/widm^ ( " mmm '■■■'■■■■^■■HHHfcBKBHBBBHBHBHHBBBBHBHHBi^^' ( sey Sleeves, Pearl Buttons, etc. / -~~~~— v^V*#*«» \ them oheap and Monday they CA,, !' " mm^ ma ***BB9BBKK!BtSKSSSBKtHEMKBtUBtBUKBBF^' ST. PAUL'S GREATEST STORE. \ *oniy. 18 .. to 24 ' ** r garmentl 35c / Cf anrlfll .rf p fl *te, na \ *° at '^ZJ^Z^ZL \ ADVBBTISERS OP PACTS. — ~™~ —-——^ si^ 26 to 34. per garment, 4 5c / awnuaru raucms. % Ladies' Under wear CLOAKS AND FURS. .p-. shm ,«s, O c klng , fc^^fc^A H^t^r.r^r, NEW FALL MILLINERY. The New Fur Collarette is th. most fashionable garment for fall j£H3SHIf E* /aTkno^edjeX"^!! to beThe £T.t\ SS^,^^ Qft r Th " MW Bt ? M ««, s "" ln f d »«* -« b " ta...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

1O BOOKS Op THE BOOR SECOND SERIES OP "PROSE FAN CIES," lIV RICHARD LE GVL LIKWK. THE SENTIMENTAL SEX." .\\ IVPLEASANT TALE FROM THE ITALIAN OF CARRIELE DAN M NZIO. THE ADVENTURES OF DR. NIKOLA. "Seven Kronen Sailors*,** '"From WhMC Bourne," "Tlie Iron Pi rate." The charm of Mr. Richard Le Oal lienne as an essayist is — or ought to be — well known. His work is always ad mirable and nearly always delightful. The second series of "Prose Fancies" Will have no readers who do not be- ______________ 1< X C- come its friends, and if it is accorded its deserts the number of its readers will be large. The essay, as a literary form, is certainly advancing in popular favor. Whether this is due to the evo lution of a body of readers sufficiently cultivated to appreciate manner as well as matter, or to the fact that af ter years of dearth the new genera tion has produced essayists worthy of attention, is a difficult question, and, since at last we have essays again, perhaps the cause of their...

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. — 6 September 1896

1O BQOfIS OF THE HOUR BECOXD SERIES OF "PROSE FAN CIES," BY RICHARD LX (i VI,. i.ii:\\i:. THE SENTIMENTAL SEX." ,\\ IXPLEASAXT TALE FROM THE ITALIAN OK GARRIELE IVAN 'S I -\7.10. *tHK \H\ ENTIRES OF DR. NIKOLA. "Seven Frozen Sailor*,** k Froa Whose Bourne," "The Iron Pi rate." R chard Le Gal ist i< or on;;!:; to be I known. His work is always ad i nearly always delightful. of "l 'rose Fa ncies" have no readers who do not be- ■ _^._._.-^.::^J^li. ii .. 11.I l.. i _ its friends and if it is accorded Its deserts the number of its readers will be large. The essay, as a literary fi mi. Is certainly advancing in popular favor. Whether this Is due to the evo- j iution of a body of readers sufficiently j cultivated to appreciate manner as I well as matter, or to the fact that af- j ter years of dearth the new genera- I tlon has produced essayists worthy of attention, is a difficult question, and, since at last we have essays again, p( rhaps the cause of their reappear ance does not matte...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

m^ /^T^ a^ JIIMJ JPlifc. in ■MMiii !$ BRIEF BULLETIN OF SAMPLE BARGAINS \_ " ■ W W I _ _ _- B _ m MjmftKfapm ■ ni 1 |nja«p^ nnrnn ft — SHOES ! !\ 1 i! 111 I nil li I Si 111 lUit I 111 I I 111 I » Lar & e sales and small profits are the very foundation of this \ Maßlll^^rfflT^ UIILUU UUUUU ULI fill II¥I Lll ! department Selling five pairs of shoes where others sell one, it I 1 • » » naturally follows that we can afford to sell at ONE-FIFTH the \ HKs sß> s C g^ a £s»- gv Nearly every store will tell you today how low !'!; profit of the other shoe stores. Not only this, but our large \ \ j I l * l»«*ice they can sell their goods. QUALITY $ sales g"i ve us the INSIDE TRACK with the manufacturer, en \ \ m mT^i w4b»es m n i APPEARS TO NOT EVEN RECEIVE A SOBER <j abling- us to BUY CHEAPER than other dealers; furthermore, \ £* E^&ft tfJfc*S" "{"h^k ATh Httfl A n tf SECOND thought Ij owing to the continuous demand, our stock is always fresh and \ ff*m *L Wv 6 BhSl %iPSH# WW CFs...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

12 ||S AllNf T PAUL SOCI AL. B Amid colors of blue and silver, over tine hundred college young women feasted on Tuesday in the banquet hall of the Auditorium Annex at Chicago, winding up in this manner a week of Social gayety at Evanston in a right royal manner, as became the daugh ters of Kappa Kappa Gamma. The oc casion was the farewell dinner of the delegates to the thirteenth national convention of the sorority, and with It ended the functions of that event, most of the guests leaving Immediately after the banquet for their homes. The affair was under the management of Upsilon Chapter of Evanston. which has been the host of the convention. After an elaborate menu, to which the young ladies did full justice, the usual toasts were given and were Interspers ed with college songs. The toast of honor was given to Miss Cornelia B. Officer, Chi, of St. Paul, otherwise known among the fraternity as "Little Officer." She has invariably had the honor of the principal toast at the three ga...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

12 II salNt paUl soclal. fi Amid colors of blue and silver, over one hundred college young women feasted "ii Tuesday in the banquet hall of the Auditorium Annex at Chicago, Winding up in this manner a week of Social gayety at Bvanston in a right royal manner, as became the daui?h~ ters of Kappa Kappa (Jamma. The oc casion was the farewell dinner of the delegates to the thirteenth national convention of the sorority, and with It ended the functions of that event, most of the guests leaving immediately after the l>anquet for their homes. The affair \va< under the management of Upsilon Chapter of Evanston, which has been the host of the convention. After an elaborate menu, to which the young ladies did full justice, the usual toasts w .■:•<■ given and were Interspers ed with college song's. The toast of honor was given to Miss Cornelia B. C>mc r, Chi, of St. Paul, otherwise known among the fraternity as "Little Officer." She has invariably had the honor of the principal toa...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

MMN hl- .== — ; —^^^^ — ===== NNM r\i T^|-I is over. Those of the 5 I ICf Iv^^* 1 out-of-town people who W A are still with us can trade this week to bette r A % advantage than last, and our townspeople can A w get waited on. Everybody is satisfied with last week, Q '1 1 and we are pleased, not alone with our sales, but the many favorable comments on the fit, style and prices of our Furs and Cloaks. We have a beautiful as sortment, there is no question about that, and we are very strong on Cloth garments to sell at $10, $12.50, $15 to $20, while we have the swellest novelties oi the season in. Fur-Trimmed and Braided Garments at $18, $25, $30 to $50, goods of which no duplicate can be got. Our Jackets at $5, $7.50 and $8.50 are the best that can be found for the money. We don't advertise them as worth three or four dollars more, but sell them on their merits for a low price and meet all competition. I PI TP<^ JL \^J M^^j^D mmmmmm People are hanging back on Furs, and in No vember ...

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. — 6 September 1896

14 Michael parcy 3 s Heiress- Chambers' Journal. "Now for it," I said to myself as I undid the twine binding my precious volumes together, and prepared to ex amine them more carefully than I had had time to do Bince I unearthed them from the little dark, second-hand book Bhop that afternoon. There was noth ing remarkable about them; no rare editions of well-known classics; no long-forgotten books, valuable from their very obscurity; merely a few bound volumes of old magazines, and a couple of the novels which had de lighted mo as a boy, and which from old association were more precious in their original type and polished leath er binding than in the spruce modern editions. Best of all was a copy of Dickens' "Master Humphrey's Clock," with the wood cuts that cannot now be reproduced. As 1 turned them over I became a boy again, sitting in the old apple tree at the end of the gar den at home, devouring the thin, pa pei'-covered installments of the stories; laughing and sometimes crying...

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. — 6 September 1896

WANTS MAY BE LEFT At the following; location* (or Inser tion In «ue Dully a-nl Snuday Globe, at the Mine rate* »■ are charged by tbe main office. HAMLI3E. Ha ru line Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELLING A VIC NUB. _ DAYTON'S 111. 1 XV. Sever Westhy Drug Store 679 KAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOW*. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Aneay Drug Store COU. GROVE AND JACKSON STRkBTB. M. D. Merrill Ntws Stand 442 BROADWAY. MKRRtAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey Drug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. _ SI. AMHOVV 11 11. 1.. Enill Pn!l Druggist GRANT) AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Fr.st & Co. Druse Store SELHY AND WESTERN AVKNUES. Straight Brrs Drutr Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Sfore 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brackeft'B Pharmacy VTCTORTA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Dru« Store. S. ROTIERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUW. George Marti Drug Stor* 8. WABAPTTA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. Concord Street Prescription Store. CORNER STAT...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 September 1896

16 PLAYS A|lD PLAYERS OTIS SKINNER IN A ROUND OF SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS AT THE METROPOLITAN. HAMLET, ROMEO AND RICHARD. SHYLOCK, PETRITHIO AND CLAI'DE BIEL.NOTTE ALSO IN THE AC TOR'S REPERTOIRE. 'TOWN TOPICS" AT THE UK A Ml. Sew Productions* In the Metropolis —Bis SalnrieM of Foreijfa Ar tists — Stuge (ioKKip. Shakespearean drama will reign at the Metropolitan opera house this week — an announcement which many theatergoers in St. Paul will heartily welcome. Legitimate classic plays, when interpreted by capable and ap- WfuSßUfi'Sy^tt^^B iiil i I f ( J im OTIS SKINNER AS HAMLET, preciatlve players, always meet with substantial Indorsement In this city. There Is reason to believe that the en gagement of Otis Skinner and his com pany In a Shakespearean repertoire will fulfill the expectations of those who look forward to an adequate pres entation of the plays announced. Mr. Skinner is no stranger here. St. Paul audiences recognize in him an earnest, Intelligent, virile young actor, of...

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. — 7 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 251. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MOXDAY, SEPT. 7. Weather for Today — Fair and Warmer, PAGE 1. Double LynehlnK at Glencoe. I'.e'iiioii Harbor Firemen Killed. Kaiser and t'/.ar Meet. PAGE 2. Are lib i« hop Ireland's Sermon. G. A. R. Can't Ignore Politics, l.alior Day Proisrainiiies. PAGE 3. Rem of Minneapotls. Hod Men Surround the City. A\ iiiuin to Be Ilan<iueted. Carnival Visitor Suicides. Hi- van as Labor Day Orator. PAGE 4. Editorial. Financial Forum. PAGE B. Buckeyes Humble the Saints. Millers A grain Defeat Hoosiers. Tigers Go Into Third Place. Brewers Win Two. O. P. Caylor's Base Ball Letter. PAGE «. The Household. Vagrant Verse. Markets of the World. PAGE 7. Last of John Brown's Men. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Henry Clews' Weekly Review. Aspirations of Pugilists. Li Visits Niagara. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan — Hamlet, 3.15. Grand— Town Topics, 8.15. Aurora Park— Base Ball, 10, 3.30. Streets — Labor Day Parade, O. AVhite Bear— Labor Picnic. City Hall...

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. — 7 September 1896

_.! SHY OF NOVELTIES j IRCH BISHOP IRELAND BIDS HIS CONGREGATION I.UOlv BEFORE LEAPING. PERILS MENACE THE NATION, IYIIH'!- » "\I.L FOR \\ ATI HFILXKSS AND TMOI GHTI 11. VK-;S FROM ITS INDI*i liH -LS. ALL BOBS AKI* < "OMJF.MNED. Die 1.:,-< : ii<iit Discourse Was Sins ul-irly Appropriate to the Day. ,St. Paul's great achievements of last week are made the subject of an In teresting sermon by Archbishop Ire lan,i a i ihe cathedral yesterday, of which the following is a summary: The city of St. Paul .has witnessed dur ing tbe past week celebrations that will not Boon be forgotten. What was the inspiration of those celebrations, the great central idea toward, which music, eloquence, decorative displays, .be popular applause, converged and sous-tit to enhance and emphasize? It was America —our 'ountry. Was religion concerned In those celebrations? It was concerned in tliem. and the lessons which they taught arte) the lessors which religion teaches, and those which 1 now desire to...

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. — 7 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE _»» -ULTH FOURTH STU__l_ T. THE HORDE OF REDS SAY AGES OF AN IMPROVED ORDER DESCENDING I* POX A PEACE FUL MILL CITY. HOLD POW-WOW IN CHICAGO. DELEGATES FROM THE WEST AR RIVE—HALL DECORATED FOR THE URI.AT COINCIL WIMAX TO HE HANQIETED. He Will Explain Hi* Canal Project — (•ciicriil Newa of the Mill Cl* j". Bands of "Red Men" from all the tribes of the nation descended upon Chicago yesterday and held a grand pow-wow at the Clifton house. The occasion was the stop-over of the na tional delegates to the grand council of Red Men at Minneapolis, to be held • Tuesday. A general meeting of the delegates from the East and South had been planned for Chicago that they might descend upon Minneapolis in a body, and the different delegates have been arriving there for two days past. Yesterday forenoon an informal recep tion was held. The most prominent of the visitors were the national officers, Andrew H. Paton, Danvers, Mass.; Robert T. Daniel, Griffin, Ga.; George E. Green, ...

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. — 7 September 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE »— ■ ■ _■_ ■ '■■'■;• t y " ■ "•' " i-t "' ..""*• IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND "MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PA*CL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Pnyabl? la Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f2.73 Daily and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Mat Months f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year $4.e*»o Sunday Only, One Yeur - $1.50 Meekly, One Year $1.00 Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, HOOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept' on hand for reference. WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON. Sept. 6.— Forecast for Mon day: For Minnesota— Fair; wanner; south easterly win^s. For Wisconsin— Fair; warmer; light to fresh northeasterly winds becoming southerly. For North* Dakota— Fair, possibly followed by showers. For South I>akota— Fair; warmer In eastern portion...

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. — 7 September 1896

90 FLAG FOR SAINTS EVEN* COLUMBUS TAKES TWO UAMES OUT OF THREE IN ST. PAUL. WHAT CAN INDIANAPOLIS DO? THE HOOSIERS PI. AY TWO GAMES TODAY BARRING BAD WEATHER. Ttllll r.lis ARE STILI. WINNING. They Appear to Be Invincible In Their Final Spurt Toward the Fine. Colnmhns 11. St. Panl 8. Mi 11 11 t-.-i polls 10. Indianapolis, O. Detroit 1, 9, Kansas City S, 4. Milwaukee 7, IS, Grand R. 2, 2. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 116 77 39 .664 Indianapolis 115 67 48 .583 Detroit 118 C 7 51 .568 St. Paul 120 68 52 .567 Kansas City 118 62 56 .525 Milwaukee 122 56 66 .459 t'olumbus 122 42 80 .344 Grand Rapids 123 38 85 .309 G \MES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Imlkinapolis at St. Paul, two games. Columbus at Minneapolis. Detroit at .Milwaukee. Imperial Caesar, dead and turned to clay. Might stop a hole to keep the wind away. But the St. Paul base ball team could not stop a hole or anything else yesterday. Let it be hoped that the anti-climax has come. The proud heroes of six teen successive victories...

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. — 7 September 1896

6 Ithe household! r.........i...........i- HINTS ABOUT PLIMS. PudrfiiiK*, Pies, Jim in, and v Soap to Be Made With This Fruit. The markets are displaying fine plums in many varieties. Plums make a desirable sweetmeat, as well as many ether excellent dishes. Here are a few hints: In localities where plums are plenty j a favorite way of serving this fruit is to peel them, cut them into halves, | and remove the pits. Serve them in J glass dishes with powdered sugar, J Bherry, and whipped cream. Another I way of serving plums is to frost the I edge .and sides of a loaf of cake, leav- j Lag a wall an Inch and a half all the way around. Fill this cake box with ' (the prepared plums, sprinkle them with powdered BUgar, and heap whipped cream over the top. To make a plum jam for meats. For ] three pounds of plums allow one and i one-half cups of sugar and three-quar- I ters of an ounce each of cloves, mat •*. cinnamon and allspice. Put the sugar over the pitted plums In a preserving j kettle...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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