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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 September 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PUBE PY CLOUD TITLES JIUGE OTIS SETS THE GRI3BLE TAX CASE FOR OCTOBER lOTH. • SAY CLIFFORD IS A USURER. I'LEA OX WHICH TWO OF HIS DEBTORS DEMAND THEIR RELEASE. SELL THK AIDITORHM AGAIJT. Receiver Phillips Will Ask the Court Thin Morning; to Authorize Another Sale. Judge Oils. In chambers, yesterJay fasued an order in the case of Rosa Cribble against the city of St. Paul cit ing the attorney general and the coun ty attorney of Ramsey county to ap pear before him at a special term of court Oct. 10 to show cause why cer tain alleged Insertions in a tax judg ment of 1892 should not be corrected. The case is one which has been long pending, and its result will be watched with interest as should the final deci sion be rendered in favor of the plain tiff a large number of purchases and sales of property made to satisfy judg ments secured in default of the pay ment of the general taxes of 1892 may result. It is clai...

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. — 27 September 1896

PAGES 1 TO 12 VOL. XIX.-NO. 271. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SI \»AY. SEPT. li 7, I*OC. Weather fur Timlhi — Fair, Warmer. PAGB 1. May Mate DtiiuMrntx Split. Hrynn Talking In New England. MeKinley AdrireKHeN 11 Delegations. The «'ani|>alK'n'H Stranjce HeitfellowM. i PAGE 3. l>emo<-ratle t'onnty (ont I'lillonn. PAGB 3. FrnllK (it ii Kit ii ll.i (heap. Bel*? Aunnr Illil Hrnkemrn. PACK 4. Editorial. Proteat on Kiiunlisntton Hoard. PAGE 5. HuNfcia and Germany in Lmgae, (;ladstiinr'K Plan Critiritied. GoKNip t rotii London. PAGE O. J'lilmcr and Hucknrr at Uunkerville l>i"rii|>i ion in Western Freight. John Itoyd Timelier Drrlinik. PAGE 7. In the World of Labor. Ut-ucon iiixl HiN Prize Bicycle. PAGE 8. FUhIMM of the Fall. PAGE 9. Me<lear> TalkM at Minneapolis. MinncMiln County ConventionK. PAGE 10. Mliiix-itfkollN Defeats Indian apolia. ' Standing- of National Lniciic Team*, j \Vcfcr« UreakK Athletic Records. Play for the Temple Cnp. ) PAGE 11. Opening of the Fo...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

v. SOINT PfIUL. LOCAL. NEWS NOTES. Diphtheria is reported at 958 Euclid street. The funeral of the laic C. F. Kellar wtll be held this afternoon ai 2 o'clock from the undertaking rooms of Thaung & Jacobson. Mrs. Cristadoro will read a paper on theosophy before the city thoosophical so ciety this evening at 2-47 Endicott Arcade. The Vniversalists of St. Paul will meet the general missionary of the church, Rev. Q. H. Shtnn. Monday even ng, at Central block, Sixth and Seventh streets, hall No. 6. The Mapleton State bank filed articles of incorporation yesterday.- The eafital stock Is J10.700. There are thirty lncorporators, headed by Daniel Buck, judge of the supreme court. W. B. Hammond, of Minneapolis, candi date for governor on the Social st ticket, will speak at Assembly hall this afternoon at 3 ; o'clock. Subject. "Is the Old- Fashioned Trade Union Sufficient?" The next general term of the Minnesota supreme court will open Tuesday, Oct. 6, for the call of the calendar and sett...

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. — 27 September 1896

SELBY Hllili BRAKES THREE ME* CARE FOR THE LIVES OF THOI' SANDS OF PAS SENGERS. THEIR FACES ARE FAMILIAR, BIT THEY ARE STHWGKHS TO THOSE MHO SEE THEM DAILY. TP THE HILL AXD DOYV!\ A«AIW, Over and Over Attain, Murks the Orbit of Their Daily Life. There ait three men whose faces arc known to thousands of persons who reside on St Anthony hill, and who have occasion to use the Selby avenue cable. These three men, who are per sonally s knows to but few, have in their hands the safety of the thous ands who use the cable line. They are the brakemen who ride from the top of Summit avenue to the foot of the incline at Pleasant avenue, and vary the monotony of the trip by rid ing from Pleasant avenue to the top oi the- hill on the next upbound car. These men preside at the extra brakes on the cars, and are a part of the safeguards that the street car com pany has placed upon cable traffic. When the cable line was- first put in to operation there were none of the safety appliances that are now...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, OOR. FOURTH ASVt MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL, PAPER OF ST. FAVL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EVSTRKN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW i WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. | Complete flies of the Globe always kept On hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Dally and Snuday. i»er Month .50 j Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - f2.7S j Dally and Sunday. One Year - JfS.OO j Dally Only. i»er M»nth .40 j Daily Only, Six MontliM fU.125 ! Dally Only, One Year - #4.00 , Sunday Only, One Year $1.30 Weekly. O«e Year f 1.00 [ TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 2t>.— Forecast for Sun- ] day: Minnesota fair: warmer In northern portion; west winds. The Dakotas: Generally fair; warmer: \ southwest winds. Wisconsin: Generally fair: light to fresb j north winds, shifting to west. Montana: Generally fair: warmer: south west winds. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern.i Place. Tei...

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. — 27 September 1896

jiEW DUAL EJITEfITE HI SSI A A'VO (iKHHWV NOW IX LKAtiIK TO OPPRESS THE A> ARC HIST. OTHER POWERS INVITED. AN I\TKH\ VI'IOXAI. AIiKKKMKXT W I T H \K\V K X T R AI> I TI O \ LAWS O\ THK CARDS. TOO MAW CBHEMtAIiS RIOTIIIKD. Over Xlv«- Humlrrd «m tHe PrnNion Roll — The Xninher It. i(j« Rap litly lncrriiv'd. BBRLJN, Sept. 26.— According to in formfttion received from a good source by a correspondent here an agreement has been reached between the Russian and (German governments to exercise pressure upon the other European gov ernments to bring about an interna tional agreement to deal with anar chist plots and plotters, and if possi ble to cause a revision of the interna tional extradition treaties. This en tente resulted from the meeting of the czar and Emperor William at Breslau. If. Shslskirie, the acting Russian min ister for foreign affairs for Russia, is trying to gain the adhesion of France to the arrangements, and an exchange of notes between Oermany, Austria and Italy is al...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

G GJI BRYAN'S TRAIL STANDARD OF THE X ATI OX AL DEMOCRATIC PARTY INKIRLED *T PHILADELPHIA. GENS. PALMER AND BUCKNER Gl\i:> A HOUSING KF.( 'EI'TIOX IX THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE. JUKT\ LEADERS OX PLATFORM. Blryma DrKertod by Men Who for Beam Have Dominated In the Keystone State. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Sept. 26.— The standard bearers of the National Dem ocrats, Gen. Palmer and Gen. Buckner, Were given a rousing reception tonight by the Democrats of this city who favor the yellow metal, at a ratification meeting: held in the Academy of Music. The big building was crowded from pit to dome. Seated upon the stage were Democratic leaders who have been prominent in the councils of the Dem ocratic party for years past, but who have bolted the Chicago ticket and platform. Among others were Wm. M. Siinrt rty, Dr. Eugene Townsend, ex- Buperintendent of the mint; A. J. Cas- Batt, Wm. P. Harrity, C. S. Patterson, Samuel Dickson, William R. Wright, Robert E. Wright, of Allen town; A. B. Farquhar, Y...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

(iN LABOR'S REALM. ) ASSEMBLY HAIX, IH.LLISTI*. Meeting of Orgrmitlsed Labor to Be Held This Week. Socialist Labor Party Today Boilermakers Monday Barbers Monday Bindery Girls ? Monday Pressfeeders Thursday Btereotjrpen Thursday Garment Workers Thursday Bricklayers Thursday Journeymen Horseshoers Friday Shoemakers Friday Pressmen Saturday Letter Carriers Saturday The cigarmakers' union went on record Thursday . evening as opposed to the admission of a delegate from the Socialist Labor party to the Trades and Labor assembly. Although a num ber of the members believe in the prin ciples of socialism they take no stock in the De Leon definition of the word, that it is necessary to disrupt union organization because the leaders do wrong. It is not long since that the Cigarmakers' International union was attacked by the Socialists, and an at tempt made to show that the union was bankrupt. The attempt failed, as there was not a scintilla of evidence on which to base the charges. Such tacti...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

fc Jjßj!3^ Ridiculous »4^w\ To cx P ectfirst - class g°° ds # u^^l at fourth- rate prices. It V is equally ridiculous to buy fourth-class clothing at any price. Common sense rejects "shoddy" in [practice or principle. Our especial aim is to maintain the high est attainable standard in the making of fine Clothing, ready-to-wear. We charge no more for it than is justified by the character of the goods. The great volume of our product, indeed, makes it possible for us to offer the finest garments in com petition with the cheaper sorts at no higher prices than the small dealers charge. [ BROWNING, KING & CO. Seventh and Robert Streets. I# FALL" ATTIRE FASHIOXAHLE XOVELTIES IX MA. TERIALS. STYLES AXD COLORS. SOME TAILOR-MADE GOWNS. A VARIETY OF COLORING TO SUT ALL TASTES AXD COM PLEXIOXS. KEAV GOODS IX SILK AXD WOOL. po»«e Kovi-ltii s in Df'oi ation — D.iinl y Afternoun Toilet* — Promenade Costumes. Now thai we have almost bidden Jood-by to summer fancies, women are Q»» anxious to kn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICES SO JOl TH FUURTH STIIEET. MUfXIftJUNkUS (iLOBI'LES. The Wednesday matinee has been perman ently abandoned, and hereafter the matinees at the Bijou will be held on Tuesday and Saturday of each week. After the present gap In the season's book ings has been passed over It is the belief of the management that no further trouble will be experienced tn keeping the time filled. Hutchins. Cook & Co. have made an as signment for the benefit of Creditors to John F. By ins. The firm operates what Is known as the National steam laundry, on Western avenue. The central high school seniors held their class election Friday. M. C. BacheJer was elected president; Miss Jenney, vice presi- | dent: A. Patterson, secretary. The elase • numbers 209. Beginning with today's matinee, the comed ian Digby Bell and his splendid organization In 'A Midnight Bell" will commence a week's engagement at the Bijou theater, with matinees on Tuesday and Saturday. Miss Marie Collins, principal of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

10 IIIIibERS TAP QflEj HIKD GAlfe IN THE FREE PRESS j CVV SERIES U OKS TO Wit*- MOT'S MEM. OOSIERS' WERE OUTCLASSED, ■ »\ll>T I.JEIVCJ A SWIFT AXD j tf.KW I:A1!IIIITIO> OF MASK IllXl,!, IM.AYI>«i. TIOXAL SKASOX CMMHe. tfiiK""" <^«mo Flftht for Fourth l*I:i«-«- tlie K«-atur»- at the Wind -I p. !i! u<: E«ilU (!. Indianapolill .*>. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. p O li s 3 2 1 966 ! — 3 i 2 ,m . i ial to the Globe. INDIANAPOLIS, fnd., Sept. 2«.— M!n- , apolis took the third game «>f the Press cup series today. Wily walked seven men 10 ftiso en ■ p and contributed live vii,; pitches, as a it suit, in the seventh inningr, Millers, sivt'ii the opportunity, j d nnt» the >'all and pulled I it a victory, Indianapolis w%s wet-k --in the absence at Hogan and [ley. Wood, who .m-.it. had a hand, and Davis eased up on him j .: h as possible which was largely nsible for his wildness. l^red Roat i in left and he added to the bat strength of the club, but was han- j capped in throw...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

OH THE GRIDIRON THERE WILL BR LIVFI.Y SIRIM AGKS THIS FALL, ilfcTWl£fc.N THE GOALS. SEASONS ROSY PROSPECTS. OLD SCORES SETTLED AT LAST HOW TliK UIG Ti'.UiS WILL LINE \\\ SOMK PROMINEXT PLAYERS. Important Feature* Tliut Will Me Seen In This V car'i Ganii'M. KEW YORK. Sept. ML— Now that the mornings are beginnins to feel frosty. It is not unnatural that the thoughts of the sport-loving public should turn apain to the vigorous and virile game, football. B\rt the public is slow as rompared with the colUerian. He has beea thinking about football for sev eral weeks past, and all over the land h>' and his colleagues have been punt- Ing and tackling and drop kicking to CAPTAIN COCHRAN OF PRINCETON. Mich an extent that they have already developed all of the ardor and much ni the proficiency that will be needed in the real contests of the season. The outlook for this year's sport is particularly favorable. From all the ronsiderable colleges and many of the higrh schools throughout the coun...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

13 UNHIBTDHfIBLE BfIRGHINS ll«is«« Supporter*, ."«•. Children's good side elastic Hose Sup porters, Lindsay Patent, best lisle web. per pair 5c J.:i«ll«-»" l'nili>n\rnr, !»«■. l^adies' very heavy ribbed Underwear, with silk crochet neck and front and pearl buttons; vests or pants, each.... 19c i Ladies' very heavy Merino Vnderwear. wool mixed, with silk stitching around neck, each 34c Ladies' very line Natural Wool or Cam el's Hair I'nderwear, silk bound neck and front: guaranteed nearly all wool, each 4a >- Boys and youths' very heavy grey mixed linderwear. all sizes, each 17c Misses' \>ry fine wool plated fleece lined Jersey Kibbed Vnderwear. with silk ribbon in neck, all sizes, each 30e C> JACKETS AND GAPES.^T* Ladies" very heavy cloth Double Capes, with inlaid velvet collar, £j» ■€ 61 £) full sweep, each •'•»" Ladies' elegant Seal P iisli Capes. M inches long, with flue Sliic lining, 3&E? tflfl full sweep and fur-trimmed collar, each «I»4»»W Ladies' heavy Beaver ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

PAGES 13 10 20. VOL. XIX. -NO. 271. Alih JYIUSIGAIi STARS RIVAL, MANAGERS FURNISH NOTE ARTISTS FOR THE COMING SEASON. PIANISTS AND VIOLIN PLAYERS SEEM TO BE THE STOCK IN TRADE OF THE EASTERN IMPRES ARIO. HOVELTIES IN THE VOCAL WORLD. fcviiui»«Tt ciuli to Be Tendered r Reception by Mrs. R. R. Dorr. The announcemnt of RosenthaPs pro jected tour in this country has stirred up rival managers of musical attrac tions for the season. The large amount of money realized on the Paderewski tour is a golden will o' the wisp that is likely to prove ruinous in several instances. The fact that the Polish artist is not coming to this country has caused a general search to be made for some artist who might duplicate his success. Rosen thai is sure to do so, and he is preferred by many to Paderewski. That, of course, is largely a matter of individual taste, but it is a fact, nevertheless, that his name on a programme in Germany or England Is sure to draw a crowd. Martinus Bieveking will be a newcomer...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

14 BOOKS Of V*. m • »!<■ I- "till.. t -»*. ..- . ».« A NOVEL CF EAST fcRTCA. A XOMMK OF ST^TCI^S BY A BW WHITKH 0F THE SC^ICJ SCHOOL,. MIS* HKKtiEAMTrS LATEST NOVEL. ••QunlMt frl-pnm, Co'ti' -frcial Tritt pier"— "Dcnonneei"'-' I libr ary \4»tes— Jew itiiukH. Musi lovers of poetry know by this time what they think of the poc.v.s <>f Bmily Dickersson, and their verdict is nverw holmingly in favor of these frtTfif verses where the breath of Ww KngtMfi meadows mingles so quaintly with the atmosphere of n.n * v xotie knuwK^lg'e a^out human fife and the things of the spirit- There are peo ple, it is true,, who profess to be un able t>> rt^ad Miss Dickenson's verse tuid glory in that inability. We frank ly confess that we pity such people, for their lack of appreciation is due to the same ultra-convent onality wMch w« -uld prevont them from hZoßtttytng a gentleman »f courtly manners if he she uld ohanee ta wear patched boots. W« do not maintain that patched boots are a gentl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

< }P^^T^^^ mm m mtk ______ HOSIERY DEPT. CLOAK S^aiisiis \^3wsS Jp^jP*' B \. ,r ■ HttillßßßHWfitWMMM^ No last season's Stock in this Sale, but WHIL^ the old high price stores are trying to 1 WJUJ^r i J '2C^%^^M A Only Strictly New Fall Goods, Which Were see who can advertise the most "wind" and exag irf^T«l H Bid* mm * J 8 ilf^ B KlilißP B *' L n u IX^ the , b h e3tN3WY r- k k City , trad ? > S"~* C^".^5SS iUI ' J _3_JLH IMB JH sr«r««»°r?ct^.?j n .^r trie!i6ll Impon - SS&i fi - ish and price ' regirdiesß °' 1 1 Hfi \iJIS sW^TI T~IB B nrH W Jl-^"™'* b^ of IjII iI Ik rißißHnifc*!! ! fcffSmr^WsSjJ^ IIIITAU 1 11 1/11 f Pfl H H(\ Several different styles of Jackets for Women 1 V SSWC /#H ■,• JI ™ J i "T-rJa. »L-J, r ,J^I -j | I ! "^SdRisaSP - iiTfflßjKjiiy USI Mill Mil! lllV VI II and Miss es; were told "they're better /t> J /\ £) ii , ■ JySH 'il nfitn ilr^^ Gr63.test Sl&usrhtGP Ssle I \ S^W^"T H!T M ETff WTT^TT £y M O*WW fiT^H"^ IB fi of Ladies' and Children's hMiJ \ \ ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

io H salNt paUl soclal.B Society has been decidedly dull of lute and there have been no affairs at all of importance for days. The charity ball, which is given annually by the women of St. I»uke's hospital, is the U;igt'si event ot the future, and will be one of the most brilliant events of the 1 .>! t ning reason. It will be held at Mamoate Temple. The women are mak ing active preparations for the affair and contemplate a huge success. The season among the social clubs about inwn is opening with much the same Interest as usual, and many announce ments have' already be< v. made If socials aaid parties to be as the first of scries to last during the winter. Card dulw are making 1 ready to re organize and dancing ma-sters are pre paring and sending out annual an councements relating to new dances and -season ratea. Cards have just b*on received in St. Paul. announcing the marriage of Virginia l.<mise Ogd^n to Dr. J. Thomas Kettey Jr. Th<* bride is a, daughter of the late H...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Govt Report AB&OUUTEIY PURE FIM lllj fig* {pßija? Ira) t"gß OS jjailllloPfli I SUBURBfIIT § I SOGIfIL. o> 1 DtVTOS'S IIM FF. Mrs. hM-.varfl Ki'rfi&upt gave a surprise 5 . ii i Wednesday tfvMHßfl for her tf3£Bt, Mrs. It. \v. Voux. of PMlafcplihu Catda were the main -"nature si the evening. Mi.ss Gar* ftielde and WiUijun Mohaupf won the htail f-riz-s. 'FhOßo pTesenr. were: Tho HJsees Carrie Wiel.le. Alma Tangier, Tillio Sehroeder, Lizzie Si-hrooder, Helen Schnch (lelh; Mosdamw I{. \V. V.vux, of Phtl adelpbla; Utmtt and Edward Mohauni; Wi.^t.--. (Jcorge Lind«>ke, Andrew and John Kkes*ion. Harry Greenle, ilort and Frank Olbfcs, William Hoyt. WIEIub Keffer Bert ("Inter William Mci>aupt and Edward Mo liaupt. Mrs. S. V. Kennedy entertained Monday afternoon at her home, 412 Bates avenue, for Mrs. John C. N«xot>, of Great Harrington, TICK IHHIU IS SOW IX THIS XI'RSHRY. "Grandma, when I am an angel will I have wings?" "I hop...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

18 f The Nineteenth Century 0 0 boasts of a $ J Its "ouftTz te * i£ ft &ntnry Brewery J fc* Call for Blatz. See that >«y <-.«. • n ••«••„ . ~ k. "Blatz" is on the cork. Tbe STAR Milwaukee Beer % £ VAL SLAT 2 E.IEWIKG CO., St. Paul Branch, LcwerLcvea. foot of John St. Telephone 1414. J AP,NG THE ORDERS KM<JIITS OK PYTHIAS GR.WD LOl)(iE COWVfiHKD IN MIN NEAPOLIS. CLOSING A YEAR OF GROWTH THAT WAS GRATIFYING TO AI.I THE BKVOTIOES OF PYTH IAN TKXETS. ODD KKI,I,OIVS MET AT DM.I.W fc»o%t-rei»in I. »«!»;<• of tlio Three Links Meeting Indcr the Lone Star Thin Year. The feature of the week In secret ' society circles was of course the ses sion of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias In Minneapolis. Some flat tering gains In membership were ie- i ported, and the order was found to be j in a very prospei-ous condition. The grand temple of Rathbone Sis ters had a similarly gratifying session, j Mrs. Sarah J. Hill, the grand chief, re ported fifteen temples in the state, all...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

W &!*■_• ki __ _. t.i At the following location* for ftnwer *lon in the Daily ami Sun- mj Uloite, -t the Mume rates ah are cl_ r_?4 by the malu office. - II A >!!„>• K. Hamltne Pharmacy Drug Store 750 BNELLING JbYCSTCifc nn'mi blikf. Sever Westby Drug Store 679 EAST THIRD STREET. LOWKH TOW.V William K. Collier Drug store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Siore COR. GROVB AND JACKSON SVR_ETS. M. D. Merrill. News bland 4«_BROA D W A V. MKRKIAM PARK] A L. Woolsey Drug Store _ST^ AJ<THONT_ANp_PRIOH AVKXU-3. ST. ANTHONY HILL* Kmil Bull Druggist GRANB AY. AND ST. ALBAN'S. SELBY AND WESTERN AVENU—T, Straight Bros Drug Store RONDO AND SHOTTO STRS-TS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Stor* 1_ DALE STREET. Bracken*; Pharmacy , VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. George Marti Drug Store b. WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. Concord Street Preserfrt'on Store. CORNER STATE AND CONCORD STREETS. A...

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