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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 263. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SATURDAY, SEPT. 19. Veather for Today — Showers, Colder PAGE t. Great Demonstration nt Canton. News ot tlie Xorthtvent. Bryan In the Old Dominion. More Warlike in the Levant. PACK. 2. Mediett Go to >attoii»l Park. So u ml Money Petition Ready. PAUI*: 3. Minneapolis Matter**. Dates for Sound Money Orators. PAOK 4. Editorial. Injunction on a Rate War. PAGE B. Ruekeyes Defeat the Apostles. Hoosiers Down the Millers. "Rlnes Go Down at Grand Rapids. Result!* in the National, lew State Bicycle Records. Star Pointer Makes a Pacing Record. PAGE O. Improvement Shown In Trade. Itoitds Will Discuss Flonr Rates. Railway Gossip. Officlul City Notices. PAGE T. Bar Silver, 05 7-Bc. Gm_ "Wheat In Chicago, OO B-Bc. Stronger Tone in Stocks. Wants of the People. PAGE S. Work of Esinulization Board, EYEXTS TODAY. Blet— Tar and Tartar, 2.30. Paul Jones, 8.15. Grand— Charley's Annt, 2.50, 8.15. Fair Grounds— Bicycle Races, 1.30. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSH...

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. — 19 September 1896

2 sfliNWi^uj-? LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Th.* llabies' home at S4S Lincoln avenue ls very much in need of a small coal stote, a sheet iron one, not a self-feeder. Secretary Huu-liins. of the Relief society, warns St. Paul people against a Mrs. Mary Koubeck. who is soliciting alms ln this city. George O Reilly. the Resistant Vnited Stateß district attorney, is in Dundee to conduct the examination of the postmaster. E. S. Humble, charged with the detention of a letter. Adjutant General Muehlberg yesterday morning accepted the resignation of Dr. A lev Korin, of Duluth. as assistant surgeon in ihe m.-dical corps of the national guard. The citizens' (J. A. R. committee met last evening at the Endicott building and audited a large batch of bills, besides winding up a batch* of odds and ends resulting from the en auioinent. William 0. Lodge, of SSI Wells street, ts under arrest on a elmrge of non-support, pre ferred against him by his wife. He says that although he has been out of work for some tt...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2t» UUtTU FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBI'LES. Judge Lochren formally opened and ad journed the federal court yesterday morning, no further business appearing. The Tabers at the Metropolitan tonight in "Romeo and Juiiet;" this afternoon "Romjla."' Mermion Lodge No. 18. K. of P., will Initiate a ilass of three into the second rank Monday evening at their hall in Masonic Temple. Many visitors are expected, who will then be in the city to attend a meeting of the grand lodge Tuesday, the 22d. Rev. Mr. Pedersen. of Dcs Moines, has ac cepted the call extended by St. Peter's Danish Lutheran churvh, of this city, and the Dan ish Lutheran congresyatton at St. Paul, and will take charge of his work in the Twin Cities Sunday, Oct. 4. Charles Ei. Gangelhoff, Lindsay Bros., the J. I. Case Implement company and the firm ot Smith & Zimmer have all been garnlsheed in the suit brought against the Johnson & Field company, by the Manufacturers' Nation al Hank of Racine. Ja...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

4 THE PifflJ GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOCKTI AMD MIBfKESOTA* STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams ta TUB GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OKFICB. ROOK 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDINO. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. < , SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .SO j Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f5.75 Daily and Sunday, On* Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Six Months f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year 94.00 Sunday Only, One Year -- - - 91.50 Weekly, One Tear - 91.00 "WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, Sept 18.— Forecast for Saturday: Minnesota— Fair, preceded by showers in eastern portion; colder In south east portion; northwesterly winds. Wisconsin — Showers, followed by fair and colder Saturday afternoon; brisk to high north westerly winds. North and South Dakota— Generally fair; variable winds. Monta...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

SApSOrVTOFIiIJGK COSTLY KRHOKS AND BASES ON BALLS LOST THE GAME FOR SAINTS. BLUES ALSO LOST A GAME, BO THE RACE FOR FIFTH PLACE STILL REMAINS IN DOUBT. ftOOMKKS DEFEAT THE MILLEBS. I'll fir < luiiices for Serond Place Ma. ts-riMlly Strenstlteneu — No Game nt Detroit. toTumbtiN it, St. Paal 2. fmlln mi poll* 5, Minneapolis 2. (im n<t Rapids 10, Kansas Cy 7. Played. Won. Lost P. C. Minneapolis 130 88 42 .877 Indianapolis 127 75 52 .591 Detroit I» 7ft 67 .571 St. Paul 131 71 «0 .542 Kansas CRy 129 67 62 .519 Milwaukee 136 59 77 .434 Columbus 133 47 86 .353 Grand Kapids 135 44 91 .326 OAXES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. I'aul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. Milwaukee at Detroit. Kansas City at Grand Rapids. Special to the Olobe. roi.I'MBUS, 0., Sept. 18.—Colum bus w<iii the game today because they played in getter luck than the Saints and fielded better, the one error charged to the home team not being «.>stly. while the misplays of the Saints allowed runs to score each...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

o Mfk.fy \ The highest claim for other JF| <fl[ — -^IPI^ |H'9''^¥«l tobaccos is "Just aslf HSmiv (tjß good as Durham -" H®v uf ] mißP*^ 7 CZmßm Every old smoker -si^i^sT _W knows tliere is none just /BlackwelTs "A BULL DURHAM j V Smoking Fobaccoi m _yJ_^!'^^^^±_ You will find one coupon inside J _^o£SSShk__. \Z. %sW_Wr eaC ** tW ° ounce k«g, and •- wo cou ** Si *'*\.s\ ~^^^k P ons inside each four ounce Wt?%\ wP V ||*» 7 ** bratcd tobacco nnd read the Hij[ * \ KskiSi Y^aS***' £.°^ vauial^ c presents and how wggft r^^ J x§fyw INCREASE If, TRADE AS RKKLKCI'KU BY BH AI>STKKRT»S THE MIPKOI KMEXT STILL COX TIMES APPARE\T. JOBBERS HAVE CONFIDENCE. I.NEXPEt TEDLV LARGE SALES OF A MMBKR OF STAPLES RE PORTED. OI'TLOOK AS VIEWED BY DI N & CO. All Conditions Favor an Immediate Improvement In tlie Volume of General BunlnexH. NEW YORK, Sept. 17.— Bradstreet's tomorrow will say: The moderate im provement of trade in the past few weeks continues and is emphasized by further speculative p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

AID FOT ABOARD BTKKXUTH OF LIVERPOOL AND IiEKLIN MARKETS HELPED OLT CHICAGO WHEAT. CLOSE HALF A CENT HIGHER. .PROFIT TAKIXG (AI'SEU A SMALL RBAOtWI KKOM THE HIGH LEVEL. PAIKDHS WERE Ol T AFTER FORK. CliaiiK,- of Sentiment Resulted in a Sluirp Advance for the Various Hog Products, CHICAGO. Sept. 18.— The strength displayed by the Liverpool and Berlin markets was in fluential enough to cause December wheat to eh ac }(c higher here today, in spite of con tinu-d heavy Northwest receipts. Corn and oats weie both firm, and closed Kfi higher en* li. Provisions were all higher, pork ad \»n. ing 20e. lard 7Vie, and ribs 10c. Chicago re'-eipts of wheat were Liberal, 165 cars, com psxesj with 53 carloads a year ago, but only six were of the contract quality. Atlantic port *'learances were equal ln wheat and fltur to 320,000 bushels. Liverpool opened >~d higher for spot wheat and *4d higher for fu tures, and closed with the advance In futures lost. Berlin opened 1% marks higher for wheat and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 September 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report H €^ u^f^-sssa IIP © wUISa AB&O!UDTEO r PURE OflE RATE OF RAISE BTATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION SEEMS LIMITED TO IT IN EACH COINTV. ATTORNEY GENERAL CHILDS .SO ADVISES THE BOARD, THIS HIU.IKVIN«. THEM FROM AN ARUIMEXT. MIWKAPOMS HAS A FIGHT ON. Lively Contest Expected When tbe Hennepin County Assessment Conies I ii Next Week. Slow progress is being: made by the Etate board of equalization. Yester day was practically spent in general ly familiarizing tbe members with the figures of the realty valuations rt turned by the various counties of the state and the consideration of general measures to be taken in regard to the equalization thereof. It was shown that there were only fifteen of the four score and more counties In the state where the valuations this year were as much as, or more than, they were in 1894. This condition of sioi GREAT JHhRKET BAY, SATURDAY. All goods sold so low that it will pay you big* to come and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

KB! 1 10 12. VOL. XIX.— NO. 264. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PftLJL GLOBE. SI'XDAY, SEPT. 20, 18!>6. >Veather for Today — F:iir and Warmer. PAGE 1. I<T>iin Rained on in Washington. Bis Crowds Visit Canton. Revolution of the Seasons. Bismarck's Ideas on Coinage. Louisville Gold Democrats Ratify. PAGE 2. In Local Democratic Circle*. Kittson House Mny Be Removed. PAGK a. Serious Injuries in a Runaway. Critical Times for Railroad*. I'AOfS *. Editorial. PAGK ft. Altßeld Talks in Chicajro. Sudden IHath of Bishop Marty. PAt;y «. German Xava.l Maneuvers. Gnard for the Czar in London. In the World of Labor. PAGE 7. The Gold Fields of I'tah. strange Society of Young; Women, PAGE S. Rev. McKinley Not to Be Retained. Today in the Churches. British Occupy Kernia. PAGE O. News of Minneapolis. Suburban Social Nens. PAGK 10. Indianapolis Beats Minneapolis. Rain Prevents Columbus Game. Queer Injuries on the Diamond. Anson Pere Roasts Anson Flla. PAGE 11. Carmiehael Breaks More Record*. Kushka Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

:: OH liOGftL TIGHETS SOI M) MONEY DEMOCRATS SAID TO HAVE DEMANDED THE COUN TY ATTORNEY SHIP. WHAT WILL BECOME OF STAN? THAT IS THE QUESTION THAT SOW VEXES THE PARTI LEAD ERS. JOHN" WACKNKR, TOO. Scheme to Crowd Him Out to Muke Strickland, of King; Fame, Treasurer. The sound money Democrats are In the field with a demand for recognition on the county ticket. Recognizing the fact that all Democratic votes will be needed this fall, the free silver leaders have sought by every means to con ciliate and win over to their side the sound money Democrats to save tha county ticket. Accordingly the sound money men were approached by the (silver leaders, who asked the plump question. "Do you want anything — what can we do for you to secure your Support?" And the prompt reply was, "You bet we do. We want the office of county attorney — that and that only." And thereupon there was sorrow in the camps of the silverites, for had not the nomination been promised to Stan Donnelly? How to set Donnell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

CONCERNING ©UHS--^"^"*^ We're overcoming- the prejudice against "R^ady-Made" Suits by showing- Tailors' Patterns and Nobbier Styles than the people have been ace ustomed to seeing hereabouts. We're winning the trade by selling- at prices that appeal to the economical, and ir.variab j lower than any in the city, notwithstand ing- the "seeming-" speciai inducements of others. We're Hapnifying the trade by g-ivin^ them as perfect-fitting- Clothing- as their tailor can give them (especially the short, stout man). In fact we've oft been told, as soon as our suits get on the street away from our store, the merchant tailor gets credit for having- made them. We won't quarrel, though. We'll arbitrate. Give the tailors the credit, but go on buy ing- our suits. This Weather Creates a Desire for a Fall Outfit. WHERE WILL, YOU BUY? All the dealers are clamoring for your trade. Some have "peculiar" inducements, especially at this season for "gilt-edged" clothing. Of course you'll buy where you ca...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

4 THE BfllLY GLOBE "|S PUBLISHED F'""Y "DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH A.ND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL HAFKK OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegram* to THE GLOBE, St Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payabls In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .SO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - «2.T5 Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, pep Month —- - .40 \ Dally Only, Six Mouths 9 2.25 Dally Only, One Year f4AH> Sunday Only, One Yetir -- - - «1 .SO Weekly. One Year - »I.IM> WKATHKR FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, Sept. 19.— Forecast for Sun flay: Minnesota— Fair, warmer; southerly | winds. Wisconsin— Fair, warmer; fresh to brisk southwesterly winds. North Dakota— Fair ; warmer in eastern por tion; southerly winds. South Dakota— Fair, warmer; southerly winds. Montana — Fair; warmer: southwesterly winds. TEMPERATURES B...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

AItTGEItD ON flOflOR REPLY TO THE SPEECHES OF SCHURZ AND BOURKE COCK. RAN. HE IS AFTER A REMEDY. ILLINOIS GOVERNOR SAYS ONE IS OFFE/RED ONLY BY THE SILVERITES. FACTS AND FIGURES OF HIS OWN. Prenented to Show That There Is Only One Side to the Silver Problem. CHICAGO, Sept. 19.— Gov. John P. Altgeld spoke to a large audience at Central Music hall tonight, the address being intended to controvert the argu ments made in Chicago by Carl Schurz and Bourke Cockran. The ad dress was a lengthy one, covering the main question of the campaign in an elaborate fashion. Gov. Altgeld, in opening his remarks, referred to the speeches of Bourke Cockran and Carl Schurz delivered in Chicago, saying that neither offered any remedy for the present financial distress in this country. He also touched on the McKinley tariff panacea, adding that it was a policy never approved by either Cockran or Bchurz. Continuing he said: They have no remedy to suggest, but they strenuously object to permitting the peopl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

6 FLEET WIPED OUT ONXY IN THEORY, HOWEVER, AS A PART OF THE FALL MA NEUVERS. LONGRANGE KRUPP GUNS. NO SHIP SAFE WHILE WITHIN A MICK OF THE STEEL MOXSTERS. feXT*KMB SIIIRECY WAS THE RILE Gcrmim> Hum Never Before Been So Particular to Prevent the Truth From Leaking, BERLIN, Sept 19.— Never before have the German naval maneuvers, ■ either in the Baltic or in the German ocean, been conducted with so much eeiret-y as during the autumn of the present year. There has always been a rule, strictly enforced, to exclude from witnessing these maneuvers the naval attaches of the various nations accredited to Berlin, and to prevent, as far as possible, accurate reports of the evolutions reaching the press. But this year the regulations were more rigidly enforced than ever before. The ma neuvers, which lasted three weeks, were ended on Tuesday last at Heli goland. The evolutions there com menced on Sunday and consisted of an attempt on the part of seven ships, including three huge ironclads, to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

fi«F His Day Is HM About Over :li&7 anc^ coo^ er t!mes are at hand, for lITV^I \v which every one with a memory of the torrid summer rejoices. And Fall styles in clothing are ready, if you know where to look for them. Clothes, mere clothes, you can find at almost any store; but there is only one best place where style is as much a consideration as the cloth itself. We want to clothe the man who used to think he must have everything cut to his order. We would like to show him his error and put money in his pocket at the same time. For the man who knows our kind of clothing it is only necessary to remind him that our Fall stocks are ready for his inspection. BROWNING, KING & CO. Seventh and Robert Streets. UTAH'S NEW GOLD CAMP THE JOHANNESBURG OF AMERICA AND ITS THREE GREAT GOLDEN BLANKETS. (Copyrighted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 17.— The most wonderful of the new gold re gions of the United States is now be ing developed within three hours' by rail o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

h HAD NOT A* MANY VOTES AS HE MIGHT HAVE WISHED FOR. CENTRAL PARK M. E. PASTOR IS OPPOSED BY A LARGE AND IN niESTIAL PORTION OF HIS CHURCH OTHER POSSIBLE CHANGES That Bishop Warren May Make in Local Pulpit* at Next MontU'» Conference. Although the congregations of the Methodist chuches have no voice in the choice of their pastors, there ap pears to be a very secular-like row in progress among the members of the Central Park Methodist church over the selection of a successor to Rev. AVilliam McKinley, who has success fully tilled the pulpit for the past two years, and the fact that Rev. Wm. McKinley is more than likely to suc ceed himself and is quite desirous of so doing does not seem to have acted as oil upon the troubled waters, but has led to considerable feeling among the members of the congregation. The trouble started over a year ago and from a cause wholly outside the church. For a number of years the trustees of Hamline university have t -i contemplating making the insti tut...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Dia rhoea, and all com plaints prevalent in the Sum mer, are quickly cured with PAIN KILLER This good old remedy, if kept in the house, will save many sleep less nights, many dollars in doc tor's bills, and no end of suffering. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. MINNEAPOLIS. •FVICIB 21> jOU.I KOLiiITU SLILKf. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBILES. Martin L'lvesUd, secretary of the Norweg ian Y. M. C. A., is lyinjj dangerously 111 with typhoid fever at his home, 2607 Riverside avenue. The law library and books of S. M. Finch wero seized by the sheriff yesterday afternoon I under a writ of replevin secured by Eliza G i Finch, his wife. ! Charles Enwright was thrown from his ; buggy at Third avenue south and Seventh | street last evening and cut about the face. I His wounds were dressed by Dr. Moulton. John Miller was arrested last evening by i Lawrence and Hoy on the charge of forgery. \ Miller was trying to work J. Goodman, a I second-hand dealer, with a check forg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

10 HflD TO HAVE IT HOOSIERS NEEDED YESTERDAY'S GAME TO MAKE SECOND PLACE AT ALL SURE. WENT IN TO DOWN MILLERS. A HOT GAME, WELL PLAYED, IX WHICH THE NEW CHAMPIONS LOST. TIUBRS WON ONE AND LOST ONE. (luiu ut ColumbiiK Kept tlie Saints From Lobliik — Tie at Grand Kupids. •»■ iiMliiinnpolin 8, Minneapolis 3. Detroit IS, 4; Milwaukee O, 0. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 131 88 43 .fg & ap r.::::::::£ S ll 5 St Paul 131 71 60 .542 Kansas City 129 67 62 .619 Milwaukee 138 60 78 .43a Columbus 133 47 86 .3^3 Grand Rapids 135 44 91 .o-b The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and_to_what clubs lost: § ti r (f 6 If f ? clubs. ||: £ og- g g> ; 8 g a • sf: a : : • • * '. • • • ?'• '. Si inneapolis - 9 15 12 12 15 11 l*~«[*n Indianapolis 8 - 9 5 11 14 15 14 76 .594 Detroit 5 11 — 10 11 11 16 13 77 .570 St Paul 810 9—812 9 15 71 ..".42 Kansas City 7 5 5 12 - 11 15 12 67 .519 Milwaukee 5 6 9 8 9 —13 10 60 .43a Columbus 4 5 4 9 5 7 — 13 47 .3r>3 Grand Rapids .....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

Millinery Opening! Tuesday # Wednesday, Sept. 22d and 23d. We invite you to inspect our Latest Im portations of Paris Pattern Hats and Bon nets and High-Class Novelties. Mrs. B. Ar. SchUltz, 412 aqd 414 Wabasha St. Paris Office. 18 Rue dcs Petitie Ecurie. CARIWICHAEIi IT IS HBW RIDER TAKES ONE STATE RECORD AFTER ANOTHER WITH EASE. QUARTER, HALF, TWO MILES AUDED TO THE SCALPS HE HAD TAKEX 1M PREVIOUS MEET INGS. I> THE PROFESSIONAL. GLASS. Becker Taken the Five-Mile Race uml the Championship of the State. Quarter-mile, open, amateur state cham pionship—D. F. Carmichael, first; F. L. Kel ler, second; George Sudheimer, third. Time, :35 1-5 seconds. One-mile novice, open— George S. Keller, first; H. A. Carmichael, second; Archie Math ias, third. Time, 2:47%. Two-mile amateur handicap — E. Sudheimer, first; J. Cox, second; H. Perkins, third. Time, o:50. One-mile, open, professional state cham pionship—B. B. Bird, first; Charles Hofer, second; \V. B. Becker, third. Time, 2:49. Half-mile...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

12 TWO JJEtf OPERRS FRANCIS WILSON AND LILLIAN RUS SELL MAKE MUSICAL VKK TIKES. BOTH MAKE PRONOUNCED HITS VBW CHOIRMASTER AT CHRIST CIII'RCH ASSt'MES HIS DITIES. SCHIIIERT CLIB SEASON OPENS. Mention of Vu!rers Musfenl in Local Circles and in Eastern Cities. Christ Church has secured the ser vices of one of the most successful choirmasters in the country in Mr. Frank C. Blodgett, formerly of Grace church, Detroit, Mich., a church fa mous for its vested choir and the high character of its music. Mr. Blodgett is a graduate of the Penn sylvania military college and for some years taught there and at Chelten ham academy, thus acquiring experi ence in management and discipline. He is a Latin and Italian linguist and in his vocal instruction uses the Italian method. He is thoroughly familiar with conducting orchestra and chorus. His specialty is voice culture and he is very successful in the development and training of boy's voices. Several prominent soloists have been his pu pils, among w...

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