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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

O|JE |WOHE TIGpT IKDEPBNDEVr DEIHOCRACY HOLDS A CONVENTION AND NAMES A PARTIAL TICKET. FULLER IS UP FOR AUDITOR. A N« Mil Kit OF PLACES ARK I/EFT OPEN AND SOWK DEMOCRATS KMIIIHSHI). flliM.ni.>s OF TUB CAJkITAIGX. Uoliik* of the (onuty and Stute Com. nilitvt-M of the Renpeetlve Parties. The independent Democracy, which has preserved its organization through j the city and county campaigns, has placed another partial ticket in the field. The party convention was held j at the Germania Life building last j night. Norman Fetter was chosen as temporary chairman, and M. P. Moriar ity as temporary secretary. J. C. Dev eraux. Ed Larkin and C. R. Bobbins, who were appointed as a committee on credentials, reported that there were j forty-two entitled to seats in the con vention, of whom thirty -seven were present. The" temporary organization was then made permanent, and the nomination of a county ticket was taken up. H. H. Fuller was nominated ror county auditor, J. August Nilsson for j tr...

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

4 THE PgILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, (UK. POIIRTH AKD MINNESOTA ST9. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAIfL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete file* of the Globe always kept On hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally mid Snndny, per Month .SO | Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - a 2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month .4O Dally Only, Six Months 92.25 i Dally Only, One Year «4.00 , Sunday Only, One Year «1.50 i Weekly. One Year fI.OO | THE WEATHER. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern.; Place. Tern, i Bismarck 62-70 Helena <4-sti ; Buffalo 52-54 Montreal 46-50; Boston 54-sti New York City. s6-60 Cheyenne 64-71 Plttsburg 53-62 ciii.:as<> ..., ... .54-58 Winnipeg 60-. 2 Cincinnati 58-62 DAILY MEANS. Barometer. 30.04: relative humidity. 72; j weather Hear, maximum thermometer, n; | minimum...

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

ROl MAMA AND GRKEC "X ADDED TO THE OLD TRIPLE AL -> LIANt E. STEP OF PRIME IMPORTANCE. IT MAY HAVE AN IMPORTANT \EAUI\(« WHEN TIHKEY IS (AIMED. TV MIEHKS Ol T ON THE AVAR PATH. Much I uenxincan Canned In Colonial *3tretea by tbe Revolt In German Kj.M Africa. BERLIN, Oct. 3— The sensational tews that Roumania and Graece have Joined the Dreibund and that the for mal agreements to this effect were signed at Bucharest during the pres ence there of Emperor Francis Joseph, of Austria, after the opening of the canal through the iron gates of the Danube, is being discussed in political envies here. The statements made are In lieved to be correct and are regarded as being of prime importance, for the Prtebtirid will thus have valuable al lies in these two countries in the event of the disruption of Turkey or any serious complications in the East. King Charles of Roumania has long been anxious to join the Droibund. but it was only lately that a binding bargain, acceptable to all parties, w...

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

8 PC KEPT PVIJJG •THE ISIAL SATIRDAY OF HELEGATIOSS POIUBD INTO CANTO. MOST NOTABLE DAY YET. VWKLVK STATES REPRESENTED IN THE ENOHMOVS CROWDS THAT CAME. KKIT CMWBBN IN ON THE UWI. Ax S<»on a a One Delegation Wm Out of the Way Another Toolt Its Place. CAXTOX 0.. Oct. 3.— Today was the most notable day for delegations yet experienced. In the enormous crowds present twelve states were represented by delgations. ranging from small clubs of wheelmen to many train loads of citizens representing all interests. The demonstration began early and contin ued until late, special trains arriving at short intervals from early morning till late afternoon. Maj. McKinley ad dressed sixteen audiences on his lawn. The audiences represented many dele gations, as high as seven being includ ed in one gathering. The reviewing stand from which the major te accus tomed to review parades and street j demonstrations was re-erected on the front of the lawn. All day the streets were filled with inarching clu...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

TO YOUfIG DIVIDES BISHOP \\ ARHKN MAKES THK AN- M VI. ADDRESS AT THK ANOKA CONFERENCE. ST. PAUL AS AN EXAMPLE. rHK APOSTLE AM) HIS WORK Hbll.l) IP FOR IMITATION BY MODERN MINISTERS. ,\VOMEVS MISSIONARY SOCIETY. It Holds Vniiiial Meeting at Which v Number of lutfmtluK Ail . drruei Are Dei We red. Bppi-'al to the Globe. ANOKA. Minn., Oct. B.— At 8:30 P'cltx k this morning the M. E. confer ence was opened by devotional exer cises which were led by Rev. J. N. Cud lipp. This lasted until 9 o'clock, when the regular business session began. Hishop Warren made a few remarks and me followed by Rev. Hingaley, who read the minutes of yesterday's session. These - were approved. Rev. G. H. Humason reported for the com mittee on education. This report was commented upon by Rev. F. Doran, Prof. Innis, F. \Y. Hart and G. H. Uridgman and then adopted. Bishop .Warren gave a short talk on "Ilift School of Theology" at Denver, and also their circulating: library. The Bible cause was reported by Rev. El...

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. — 4 October 1896

TO YOUfIG DIVINES lllxH.ii- \\ \ltl(KN MAKES THE AU NT VI. ADDRESS AT THK ANOKA COXFEHESCE. ST. PAUL AS AN EXAMPLE. Ihk ai'ostl.e ami his work iiki.ii ii* fou imitation by moi>i:r\ mimstkhs. ■\\ omi:vs MISSIONARY SOCIBTY. It Holds Animal Meeting at Which a \uinbfr of InieretliiiM' A«l -->l i •■«»<■» Are Delivered. Bpec'al to the Globe. ANOKA, Minn., Oct. B.— At 8:30 D'clot k this morning the M. E. confer ence was opened by devotional exer risi s which were led by Rev. J. N. Cud lipp. This lasted until 9 o'clock, when the regular business session began. Bishop Warren made a few remarks kiul \va.. followed by Rev. Hingsley, who read the minutes of yesterday's session. These were approved. Rev. ij. H. Eiumason rev>orted for the com mittee mi education. This report was commented upon by Rev. F. Doran. Prof, lnnis, F. \\\ Hart and G. H. Bridgman and then adopted. Bishop [Warren gave a short talk on "lliff School or Theology" at Denver, and also their circulating' library. The...

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 October 1896

8 Warranted to be • T& M P f^^t If njjPi^m^ -w- -— ~- . «f i^. J Money Refunded $ Just as J im /« lj/"iP 3 S M Im, I i fi T S or Goods [Represented, or gII/ 1 P BiiiaiiiMiMiid S fl /^ I *3tk »^ Exchanged Any Money will g Im/ H 9 |j f""^ g ll /ml I H H Ti"»e Within Ten Be Given Back X I T H m 7 R $ Hi M / % I I <J M I Oays from Date of ! CheerfuHy. JIM §| V U M /"' "% I J A B ' r Sal ° Without Corner of Seventh and Minnesota Streets, St. Paul. f w The crowd was limited only by the capacity of the store. Thousands inspected the stock and enjoyed the concert hv the Twin a* m a ■ .. * 9 | „„.„:. to enter. The stoe was HteraHy packed the entire afternoon and evening Those who ca me out'ZtlltZZ *«^ T^ 8 | m snapped up like a summer girl eating ice cream. Although heavy demands were made on many departments we still have inniimm.hi.fc.-f y bar B ain s were | receive your continued patronage. We have been in this business for the past .8 YEARS, and Lin a pos^nTo fuy direct "3^ larees...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

fiLSONQ %Jf THE BIG STORE MINNEAPOLIS Mail Order Department. lowed and prompt response is made to your demands. We ship goods more promptly than any house in America. In addition to above thorough organi- i station our stock is very full and com- j plete. We can supply you with any line of i Machinery, Stoves, j liu lilies, Wagons, and everything you j may w;mt. We issue a Special Month- Ij Bargain Catalogue for our cut-of- j town trade only, and mail it free to buy one. Write for it. OUR TEUKSttg* goods C O. D., subject to FREE EX AMINATION at depot, if one-fifth of I the amount of order is sent in cash. ■ When you find goods as represented | pay agent the balance and the charges i and goods are yours. If not as repre- j tented return the goods and we will cheerfully refund yaur money or make •such exchanges as you desire. ADDRESS all orders and make all drafts payable to S. E. OLSON CO. Minneapolis, Minn. * - — MINNEAPOLIS. (OFFICE ITU L.OlTii FOLKTH STitICET, t- MINNEAPOLIS GLOBU...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

10 WILL FIGHT BRUSH HP THE NATIONAL LEAGIE THREATENS TO WITHDRAW ITS PROTECTION MANAGERS OF THE WESTERN WUJL ASK THE COIRTS FOR AX LMMEDIATE RESTRAINING (C.DER. CONFERENCE AT MH.WAIKEE RfNultM In the Deelttton to Inttiwi I you the Conservation of West ern l.oairne HlKhtii, The fate of the present Western Base Ball league now seems to hang upon the strength or weakness of John T. Brush's strategic ability. If John is as strong as he thinks he is, the present league is now about "half through," to j use the artless expression of the pave- : ment. The Associated Press last night j tent out the following under a Mil- j waukee date: •Another base ball war is on, but it will not rtaoh the proportions that the brother hood war of 1891 did. Thle time It is between John T. Brush, of the Indianapolis club, and John Goodnow. of the Minneapolis club, on one side and the remaining six members of the Western league on the other. Notwith standing reports to the contrary, Messrs. Brush and Goodnow ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

LOGAL GOitF LOVERS THE TOWN AAD COUNTRY CIA B l.iMvS ARK THEIR RENDEZ VOUS NOWADAYS. MUCH INTEREST IS SHOWN IN THE TANXY GAME BY ST. FAIT SOCIETY MEN AND WO. MKN. IMA 10 HOSIERY AND CADDIES ■Are \»w Familiar Sight* on- the HaitkK of the MiaNtttnippl at Marshall Avenue. . The interest of many of themembers pf the Town and Country club, of this city have become so taken up with the game of golf that it has been proposed to organize a golf club within the Town arid Country club early in the spring, ■which will undoubtedly meet with the greatest^ success. The game was intro duce! in St. Paul by W. F. Peet and Robert ritewart last fail. In the spring a new enthusiast in the person of Alex s. Porter was added to the players. Mr. PurttT is an excellent player him self and has done much to promote the Interest of the same. Since his arrival the course at the Town and Country club has been greatly improved, and the game has won fresh devotees. The l>est player locally is perhaps W. P. Tro...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

LOGAL GOlif LOVERS TIIK TOWN AAD COl CTRV 4 1.111 I.iVKS ARE THEIR RKMIKZ VOIS NOWADAYS. MUCH INTEREST IS SHOWN 1> THE « AWY GAMK BY ST. PAUL SOCIETY MK\ A\l> WO MEN. IM.\II» HOSIERY AND CADDII.S An- Now Familiar Nielli* oh' the HuiiUn of the MiHHlHNippI at Marshall Avenue. The interest of many of the members Of tht> Towil and Country club of this city have become so taken up with the £am<" ot" j?olf that it has been proposed to organize a golf club within the Town Hiul (\iuntry club early in the spring, Which will undoubtedly meet with the greatest, success. The game was intro duced in St. Paul by W. F. Peet and Robert Stewart last fall. In the spring a new enthusiast in the person of Alex s. Porter was added to the players. .Mr. Porter is an excellent player him self and has done much to promote the Interest of the game. Since his arrival the course at the Town and Country club has been greatly improved, and the game has won fresh devotees. The l«est player locally la ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

vz Th. Bu.U.t Oomw on th« Bn.l«Bt Str-t. j <*&*-? WW^ I I \ " ~^T^^ \i \ J Th« B«.l«t Corn«l th« Bu.lesl 8»r-t. Plymouth Oornmr, Srrenth and Robert. / V*./!^^' g \ / -^* ■ -L ' < * fc - \gf ~* ""**"*-* # SUCH CLOTHING SELLING. * As we experienced from early Saturday morning until n o'clock at night has never before been equaled by even the great PLYMOUTH Hundreds of Hen and Boys called and eagerly took advantage of the wonderful bargains secured in our great cash purchase of Fine Suits and Overcoats from FECHEIMER, FISHEL & CO. New York, [ Three of the Largest and Foremost CUSHNG, OLMSTEAD & SNOW, - Boston, Manufacturers of Fine Ready to || and R KUPPENHEEVER & CO., -- - Chicago, [ Wear Clothing in the World .< j They Having Closed Out to Us the Entire Balance of Their Extensive Fall and Winter Stocks of Fine Tailor-Made nm^D^? 1 " 111 "!^ A 1 continue to offer our Entire Purchase from these three firms, consisting of SEVENTY-NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

ISIJIR VOL. XIX.— NO. 278, X dim. Mil * _^^T*^" — f^. j -bheet Music Sale Monday. 4 A^ _^^ \\>_^> •-* S \ Onpnino- nf n pw Hpnt l^v-^^ C^}m/^JI/ils^ NewMiin!ieeraeiitl saws*-*! ■ Unmade. Monday, at 9 o'clock * ... & • \^^Mf\/W (&/WWr M &%/ Mf W %/%/*f ¥\ M ¥ W^&*^ * Extraordinary Barwlns for tbis opening event Soo our spactal Shoe Ad. on f a-jp^H^m... __-_, „._ . i _-*«^ _^ « Page 2ft. Hutlifaction ;a<rauteed or mone; chaerfullj refunded Z 1 tt^* y **^^^"^*''M^_*»>M'^_^H^e^n^p» 5 " " '^""" ■** j«ti»»flM»ffiM____M___»_____________»___________M_»____M» 4 There Are Two Sides to the Question. iS?_SS^^ that is Fo^r higher oricfsL^hmlnH w™ W ° U ' b<s « St '" v" 1 ? 1 " 8 ca t g u r C ,. Om "l g f £ r - the P ods if you cou!d Bee the inner market conditions-see the other side, less A proof that the valtJt^aZnJ? \"° ma « er hat ™ st be don ? to bring them. Makers of goods are sick and tired of working for nothing and bared hence LAST OF LOTS tTth™ r? «-S c c"...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

14 BOOKS OFWflOOlf HEMllh PONTOPPIDAN, A DANISH NOVKL.IST OF GREAT POWER. MRS. CRAIGIES NEW BOOK. KSSAVs ON HOMELY THEMES BY THE EDITOR OF HARPER'S BAZAR. "THE VIOL.ET," JIIIA MAGRUOER. "Vftnder'g l'nderstn<ly,'"»The Old In fiint," "Literary 1 aiidmarkx of Venice"— Notes. The Macmillan company introduce the Danish novelist, Henrik Pontoppi dan, to an English-speaking public through translations of his novels, "Emmanuel," and "The Promised Land," the lattor being a sequel to the first, and both dealing with the life of a young priest, a town-bred boy of good family, who felt himself called not to the ministry only, but also to the cure of souls among the simple peasant people, the lowly and oppressed, whom his Imagination exalts until he con ceives of them as excelling, in every thing save culture, all the rest of the world. In considering these very re markable books it is necessary for the critic to state plainly and with a good deal of emphasis the fact that they are wonderfull...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

1 g»W Ir&?i"3 df * **» 8 Hft IfaJliiiJMffi'tf^i^iilMß RlLlliPF^^^^^^ » uf cinpie^Hat^.t^ {^""'ij*^ IKr arriving to replace those sold last 1 E# £ "*3l»%' ***-■ -.T^^gjpgigppiii*"" , » getting there as fast as our sellin?» \n«-^\ HX, month. They're from the best r*^Hi^^aHßßHHßißHßßHH^^^^^^^^^^^HßHi^"^^^ J»S space will admit. la addition to a <\ I f&r-Jlft* makers in America — made bet -11 ■% LL | Bl aj R_ W f&k 1 J y '.. '■ JM§ if n S SS Our interest is to save you money.)) Jackets of Black Cheviot, new style Franklin front, correct sleeve " "™ "■" " ■■ ™ ■■ ■ ■■ ■*■■■ ■ ■ ■ IS m %fN ESBI ■ «M S II f »Ir there's any advantage between « raised tailor-stitched seams, storm collar; better £** f*% f\ K\ I u » c* i . , . . 8 stores your judgment will tell you it )> thaa S3- 75 Jackets in hi-h-priced stores; sizes 34 to Nh J V*lJ*4 Vj/)1 * Th *s Storejceeps right on increasing: its business, and all our plain for Fall and Winter are KUeswithus. As a rule we're able to \\ ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

llfl i SUBURBAN 1 I SO6IfIL JS) I Sill fin]! EUI EUj ilgPgPPPiglplPtMPt") ,_^,_ HAMLINB. . Miss Anna Harpln gave a very pleasant party to celebrate her fourteenth birthday. Those present were: Misses Margie Foltz, Beryl Rice, Maitie and Cora Winston, Ar fnelda Jewett, Lena Sanford, Maud Dent, Lottie Tuekey, Evelyn Chapman, Sadie Fryck- i berg, Helen Wright, Alice Humphrey, Nellie , McKinney, Ethel Innls, Mary Bmith, Lulu ! Murphy. Cecil Cole, Ella and Hattic Door and ; Jessie Whitman. The annual meeting of the Minnesota Feder- ! atlon of Women's Literary societies will be : b«ld In Stiliwater Oct. t>. 7 and 8. Mrs. '< Larson, Miss Montgomery and Mrs. Thompson ; will represent the Fortnightly Club of 11am llne. The Ladles 1 Aid Society of Knox Presby- ! terlan Chnivh, gave a very succesaful pencil . social on Friday night at the home of Mrs. ; Jonee, on Minnehaha and Hamline avenues. The Young Women's Christian Association | eonv«ntiou is now In progress at Albert Lea. Delegate...

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

H salWt paUl soc!al.§| The beautiful autumn weather pre vailing at present makes wheeling par ties the most popular form of enter taining. If the parties are too small or informal for notice In the columns of the dailies, they are none the less enjoyable affairs; to a greater extent, It may be, than some of the more formal events which are given public notice. October, with all her golds end reds, has made the cycle paths ! far more attractive than they were j during the hot summer months, and j long runs into the fragrant country ar* taken each day by local wheelmen and women, who return to town with great bunches of yellow and crimson leaves tied to the handle bars, and pulses throbbing from the exhileration of Minnesota autumn weather. The Town and Country club grounds are never so beautiful as in the fall, and each day finds half a dozen or more I cycle parties assembled at the club ' house partaking of refreshments within | doors or lounging about the wide ver andas or grounds,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

18 IWOSIG FOR SUflDflY SKIUERT'S ORCHESTRA PROMISES A FEAST FOR MUSIC LOVKKS. FIRST CONCERT NOV. 8. KIUKXDS OF DX KESZKE'S FIAMKE PROVOKED UY INKI.XD COM MEXT. F\\( V IT Wli.l, BE A MESAU.I.\XCE t Career of J. H. Maple* on, Xow Aflout With Hia Opera Company. Seibert is with us again — or will be soon. The delightful concerts given under the direction of the veteran leader for many years will be con tinue this season, beginning Nov. 8. This, the twenty-first season, the di rector promisee will be the best of the long and favorably remembered series. The orchestra will be as large and complete as ever, and good con certs may be expected for the coming eeason. A large repertoire of stand ard music has been added to the ac cumulations of so many years, and music lovers may be assured of inter esting programmes. Soloists, vocal and instrumental will again add to the veriety of a pleasing entertainment. Season tickets will soon be offered at reduced rates, which should find a ready sale a...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

BfllflG THE||-JIOHTH; ST. PAIL MAY GET THE CYCLE \ CHAMPIONSHIP HACKS NEXT I SEPTEMBEB. ! i 1 LOUISVILLE WAS TOO HOT. < MIWKSOTA WEATHER WOILD BE. ' ->U 111 UKTTEU FOR THE SI'ORT LOVERS. QOSSIP OV AITIMX WHEELING Efleamcd From \ooks ami C'ranulca \\ here Urn Riders Are Wont to Congregate. It Is more than likely, that St. Paul Vill make a strong trial for the na tional cycle championships next year, the excessive heat at Louisville during the recent meeting having sickened the majority of riders and spectators alike at the Idea of holding another meeting there. The difficulty might, perhaps, be obviated by delaying the races another month, but that means another month's work in training, and the general opinion of the cracks seems to be that the circuit Is long enough now. September in St. Paul offers just the weather that Louisville cannot prom ise, and already local cyclists are tak ing advantage of the feeling of unrest that pervades the ranks of the wheel men with a view to...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

2O PLAYS flflD PLAYERS JHATHEWS AXD Bl L.GEM. WILX. EN TEHTAI.V TWK PATRONS OF THE (iUAM). LIFE "AT GAY CONEY ISLAND." 6EVEA MORE DARK NIGHTS AT THE METROPOLITAN OPKRA hoi si-:. "IN MIKZOVRA" NEXT ATTRACTION Alexander Sulvlnt Reported to Be D> ing- iv Ituly — Gounip of the Stage. The starring tour of the well-known eccentric comedians, Mathews and Bul- Bn, has been inaugurated in what is termed a "polite comic play" entitled 'At Gay Coney Island." It will be the attraction offered by the Grand the present week, commencing with a performance tonight at 8:15. The aew play is said to be more than a simple vehicle for the display of the talents of the young comedians. Coney Island suggests nothing but amusement to the average mind, and the author of "At Gay Coney Island" is alleged to have transferred the most amusing of the features to his stage production. The plot of the skit, if it can be call ed a plot, hinges upon a clause in the will of an erratic old millionaire, which provid...

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