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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

6 FARGO TO ST. PftUL MR. HIM AN INTRODUCED TO SOME JF THE HARDSHIPS OF CAM PAIGKINO. DAY BEGUN IN NORTH DAKOTA. WEATHEB WAS' !■<■ ■■■■11l I BIT A FAIRLY GOOD CROWD Tl R>ED OIT. FIRST STOP MADE IX MINNESOTA. the W..rU of the Boy Orator in Thin State Inaugurated nt Brrckparldfe. FARGO, Oct. 10.— William J. Bryan encountered a few of the vicissitudes and inconveniences incident to the making of a campaign in the North west, where railroad facilities are not what they are in the "down East.' He arrived in Aberdeen late last night on board the special car Idler and left Aberdeen late in the morning:, leaving the commodious and comfortable Wag rer for the common, ordinary, every day or every-night sleeper, which went over roadbed not conducive to rest or comfort, ever, of a candidate of Mr. Bryan's sleeping qualities. There was a bad mix-up at Aberdeen, owing: to somebody's mismanagement. The train was over two hours late when it ivached there, and then it was found that there were ...

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. — 11 October 1896

TtfROJiGS fIT GA|ITOS FORTY SPECIAL, TRAIL'S BROUGHT IS CALLERS TO THE 3TK.IMI.EY HOME. DELEGATION ON DELEGATION. FROM EARI-Y MORN UKTVL LATE AT NIGHT CROWDS KEPT (OMISG. CHEATER M MIIKIIS THAN BEFORE. ><» Previous Demomtrfttion Haa Vp- ItroHohed the One of Yesterday In Honor of the Nominee. CANTON. 0.. Oct. 10.— Each day is outdoing all records of enthusiasm and numbers at Canton. Forty special Grain loads of people came here today, ami at 7 o\'lock this evening more dele gations were coming. They began at 4:30 this morning and they came in greater numbers than ever before. Merchants, worklngmen, hardware men, commercial, traveling men, bish ops, preachers, miners, evangelists, pot ters, bankers, railroad men, Southern planters, iron operatives., molders and many other trades and professions, each had special parties and proces sions. They came from lowa, New York, Kentucky. Pennsylvania, Michi gan, Illinois, Missouri, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio in large delega tions. T...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

ft BRYAN'S ADDRESSES Continued front Third l'H«f. men Insist on waiting until they hear from abroad. I believe, my friends, that a great majority of the American people are willing to cast their all upon this republic and rise or fall with it. Our opponents tell us that gold Is the only money that Is good all over tilt' world. I never hear a man talking about a gold dollar thai Is good all over the world, with out thinking of a little conversation 1 had with a man who insisted that we must have money that would go all over the world. 1 told him that we had money which had been going all over the world so fast that we had to issue $262,000,000 In bonds to bring it back (laughter and applause), and I wanted a dol lar that wouldn't go away from home so much. (Laughter and applause.) I want a dollar that will stay at home, whether there Is any curfew law or not. (Laughter.) A man down In our country was discussing this Question and he used to Illustrate it In this wr.v: He said, "I thou...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. f— — — «U -Tic B SOITH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS til.Oßl LES. Tho Northwestern P&pev company made an assignment yesterday morning to C. F. Kelson. H.'lp was given to 327 families, with a total of 1.341 individuals, by the poor department during September. There w»re issued 317 grocery orders. 122 wood orders, and sixteen burials were furnished. l)i. O. A. Williams, superintendent of home missions for the great Northwest Bap tist denomination, will preach in the First Baptist church this morning, subject, •Obli gations to Our Country." Evening. "Rocks and Anchors." or "Perils and Safeguards." Notwitgtaiidlng the fact that lumber ship ments showed a slight falling off this week. tlie lumberman report a better feeling and a greater confidence in the market. Mail orders <oiuimif> to Increase, snowing a feeling in the country that times are to be better. There will be seen for the first time at the Hijou this afternoon a new play and two new stars. Theater goors w...

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

SHUT OUT GOTElilt; I XIYKHSITY FOOTBALL TEAM SI H- | PRfHH ITS FRIENDS WITH IT* OilOl) WOHK. PLAYED A SCIENTIFIC GAME, MEVM H. T ONCE HKINO IN DA*GKR | Or AIXOWIMi AN OITOSIXG M OKI".. ftTttOKGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Hi»rl» Kxi.eotatlon* ««in B Formed for the Team for tue Season of 'IMJ. The University of Minnesota yester- flay formally opened its football season j in 'a hard fought game against lowa I college. Grinnell. 10., and by a score of ; 12 to 0 regained the supremacy which j was U.st in last year's game. Ever since Minnesota has punted the plggkin at all. a game with «rinnell has been the first upon the schedule. and never have the Gophers had an . easy job on their hands. The game yesterday was in many respects the best yet played between the two insti tutions, and. at least during the latter half rose to the dignity of a scientific J contest In weight neither side ap- j peaied to have much the advantage | and the score is a fair test of the SOII | of the elevens. Only one ma...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

HIGH PSOfIS JHEET i liRAM) COUNCIL, OF THE ROYAL | A>D SELECT TO OPES TO MORROW. THOSE ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND. CiKWI) CHAPTER OK THE HOI Al. : AKCII TVESDAY AND WED SESDAY. feUI'OKTS OF THE YEAR'S IVOHK Ami I lie Election of (Ifflcen Are the Most Import:! Ntn t Matters to Be Considered. The annual meeting: of the grand council of Royal and Select Masons of j Minnesota and the grand chapter of the Royal Arch Masons will be held in St. Paul during the coming week. The meeting of the grand council will con vene tomorrow morning, and the meet- i ing of the grand chapter will be held Tuesday, Oct. 13, Wednesday, Oct. 14. Both bodies will hold their meeting in j Masonic hall. The grand chapter comprises fifty-six I chapters, with a membership of over 4.600. and the grand council is composed ! of ninety-six councils with a member- J Bhip of over 7SO. The business of both the grand council and grand chapter will consist for the most part of reports of officers, and elections. The present gra...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

12 Imam- djn \( JkjH^&^SkJ MONDAY and all week we invite our patrons to join in the celebration of our 1 H/^ mil, W \mmKlfff 1T 1 , ght YearS ° f B . U ! " ess Pr osP^ity by participating in the tenefit* of this Greatest of All Great Sales We want Mf/, Wl/Z \\\ lIMHKHSrv show our a PP reclat '°" of the public's liberal patronage and confidence by civinsr values that will imnLthl E WmS ir9 \1 ISfNfe so ior f flyb l y on the min£ls of all h wh ° come that they can never torget the L ™ PHce3 of this I ifW nf/^ \WM&g^& f a ' p k Every Uem breat Econom y-Every Price establishes a New Record for Cheapness-Great Quantities of EvemC Plertv WM i / ISiPr 5 fOr Ever y bod y-but for convenience sake we advise coming early, as it's certain there will be a trem-ndous demand BrininiZnlf I WSil f/S^ WW m °" ey anOartak t^^ nt^ y^^tf eas L of . Bai^ains^Remeniber, thfaSate lsnot_for_on s day, but las"s the Entf ™ Week ? P * I Wmi II \\lMJp \ ] Ffffll Anniversary Sale ANNIVERSARY SALE. AN...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GJLQBE. PIS 13 10 21 VOL. XIX.— NO. 285. i; I^See our Great Anniversary / \ cc our Full Page of Bar- 1| Sale Ad. on Page 12 of this £*ffl/*]foli/Mf/MQ gains in the other part of the Paper. You can make money here this w^ek. \^&^&& W/%/vM€*/M* %MA/*% M \J(#&€/w €XM*^) \ Paper. Read Every Line and Save Money. Opening Sale in Our New Basement Depts. This Week. yif E OPENED TO THE PUBLIC Saturday Morning the most Magnificent Basement Salesrooms in the Northwest, 30,000 square fe-t stozked with New Crockery, Nsw Glass ware, New Cut Glass. New Lamps, New Hardware, New Bric-a- Brac, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Toys, Etc., gathered direct from the best makers of the world. No middle man's profit to pay. Our Buyers went direct to the fountain head after other orders had been placed, and received decided Price Benefits, and secured many Patterns and Designs not produced when others bought. Our Public now have an Up-to-Date House Furnishing Stock to buy from at Price...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

14 BOOKS Of THE HOUR A POWBRFIL STUDY OF MENTAL, AI.IKXATION BY F. AXSTEY. HEART OF PRINCESS OSRA. A ROMANCK OF Ml SU'AL, SYMPA THY »»V FRANCIS W, BIH K DIMjOK. *SHAKBBFBABH| THB HOY." Sew Ktlilion of WonUtvorlh'it Purma — "l.itu." l»j' Huron yon Hubert*— l.ilcrMry \otc« — »v llookn. Mi. F. Ansiey Is perhaps the last of the able novelists to whom one wise In current fiction would turn for moral instruction,- yet the ethical lesson of 'The Statement of Stella Maberly," his latest work, Is one of Its most striking features. The entire book, while neces sarily repellant from its subject, is of an extraordinary subtlety and interest. Stella Maberly, who believes neither in her own guili nor in her madness, is confined among England's criminal in sane, and, while the evejits of her life which have led to crime are still fresh in her mind, writes out an account of them for her own justification. Her | statement throws more light than all j the ponderous tomes of an alienist's library on t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

1 f^^JHUgPM |l^C J| * y^^^Sßf^^^P^ißi^lfcn Is /^^V^iVi very hi *> rhest X erally, in a boarding house, then the home I | RR| p. ij Jm^ rurbuSi in his mind and g-ot sidetracked. Of- course 1 1 nJnmiiM: dl-h JC—-B. „, JPLM H^b ' Bo tfi/f^fc^^f^ir ever y day over 0 any dinin » room, to be proper, must have a I I Ir i^f IHI H S fH 'H'B^tffc Rh^^^^%B%H4A W ! IV^ last year, while g good table cloth and napkins. Here's where B 1 YE i li^P %M 3 ILliiJI I OtfUltS ■ § fc »°^re whining and crying over ?hSr the timely assistance of the Golden Rule -^mr «» «euh^^ B >fegr Hfc«7 ■ ■ X ness. comes in for economical housewives and f«X H X Many hundreds of New Jackets and Capes came by A boarding- houses with the following Special Tv>k *JU P"«" business up to the first of October clear over the million mark. Now push- 8 VS^^^^^itr^r^^^^^^ 8 offeHngs for tomorrow: \LV d^Ei "J? cTifDv the SeC ° nd million - Profj ts thrown aside in this determined 8 Prices a « shown to ° many to ft TABLE LINEN...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

is. §salWt paUl soclal.§ The annual reception of the board Of directors of the Sheltering Arms, Minneapolis, to the diocese of Minne sota, and to the public, wnich was held Monday at the institution, was of Interest to both St. Paul and Minneap olis people, the board including women from either place. The hours were from 2 until 6 o'clock in the afternoon. The churches in St. Paul and Minne apolis were well represented, the fol lowing clergymen being 1 present: Bish op Gilbert, of St. Paul; Rev. Messrs. Nichols, of St. Mark's; Webb, of St. Paul's; Alexander. of Ali Saints; Faude, of Gethsemane; C. EL Haupt, of St. Paul. The new Scandinavian Epis copal church, St. Ansgarius. was rep resented by Mrjj. Tuften, the wife of it' 4 pastor, and by .t large number of it 3 church women. The guests were received by the tioard of directors: Mrs. T. H. Pitts. St. Paul; Mrs. T. L» Barton, St. Paul; Mrs. R. L,. Gor man, St. Paul; Mrs. Hufus Davenport, Bt Paul; Mrs. O. C King. St. Paul; Mrs. J. H. ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

L. A. Malmgren. V. Blomqulst, John T. Jienke and C. Lambert. Lunch was served at la. m.. and a very pleasant time was enjoyed by all. Mies Birdie Ahrens was given a surprise party last Tuesday evening at her home, 226 East Tenth street Progressive cinch was the Uialn feature of the evening, for which the following prizes were awarded: P. Esch, gents' first; G. Braley. gents' foot, and Miss Noell, ladies' first; Miss Jennie O'Laughlln, ladies' foot prize. Those present were Misses J. Behmer. A. Roller, Noell, Usher, B. Ah rens. M. O'Laughlln. M. Hilderbrant, L. Ah rens. and Messrs. G. Braley, O. Erickson, P. *J3seh, A. W. Henschel. J. George Davies. Ikudley, A. B. McKnight, F. C. Barnard. E. •1. Mortenson, Mr. and Mrs. Sells and Mr. %nd Mrs. Ahrens. Lunch was served at 12 nx. A. pleasant surprise was tendered Miss Clara Bartseher by her friends at her home, 801 Chestnut street. Thursday evening. Dancing. "cards and games were the amusements of the evening. Among those present were: M...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

1# NEWEST FASHIONS AFTER ALL, THE TIGHT SLEEVE HAS XOT YET ARRIVED HERE. ABOUT BELTS AND SKIRTS. NO RADICAL CHANGES IX SIGHT, BIT A GENERAL TOXIXG uo\v.\. WIDE FOLDBO GIRDLES WORN. A (irruii Glitter Is Introduced Into Some of the Hew Drens Mate rials l>> Ttnael. The eternal question of how we shall be clothed comes rapidly to the front with Interrogation points galore, now, that the pale tints of summer raiment are fast losing their charm; and what is going to be the prevailing fashion is the subject of vital importance to the daughters of Eve, as they wend their way back to town. Each one is tem porarily waiting to be instructed anew In the art of tiivss as applied to the latest fashions, but as yet there are no very radical changes in sight. The general outline of dress is toned down to a moderate degree of fullness as to skirts and sleeves, which is a dtcided improvement, unless we look upon the new sleeve, so nearly tight, as the inauguration of an ugly, un-' comfortable f...

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

PhflYS RflD PltflYEflS 3ii-:trop(>lita\ opgha hoi se re opens WITH Gl'S THOMAS' SK CESSFUI. PI.AY. *'IX MIZZOIRV IS ITS TITLE. EDDIE KOY WILJ, AMI'SE THE PATROX9 OF THE cm am*. '•OIF THF. EARTH TO THK MOOX." H«-nry Irving;*" <Jreat Production of i > in Im-i in*- — (.»isl|i of tlie Theat rical World. The announcement that the Metro politan opera house will reopen its dc ors tonight should prove welcome news to its patrons, for even though there was an excellent entertainment at the other theater all the week, yet theatergoers feel lonesome when the lights are out at the Met. It is a pleas ure to announce that the attraction billed at this theater for the entire v.eek, beginning tonight, is a drama from the pen of that able? playwright Augustus Thomas, whose "Alabaana" placed him in the foremost rank of American dramatists. It is also grati fying to know that "In Mizzoura" the drama to be presented, is classed by the public and the press among the successful creations of Augu...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

20 UN LABOR'S REALM. /} ASSEMBLY HALLS Bl LLETIN. Meetings to Be Held by Oriianimed Labor Till* Week. Bindery girla (6:15) Monday Barbers Monday Boilermakers Monday Coopers Tuesday Plumbers Tuesday Retail clerks Wednesday Bricl; layers TRursday Garment workers Thursday Huiseshueis Friday Shoe workers Friday The alleged recent misuse of the union label by some establishments to Whom it has been granted furnished a theme for a lengthy and rather warm discussion at the meeting of the Allied Printing Trades council Thursday even ing-, it was the council's regular quar terly meeting and every union— nearly Rl! by their full quota of delegates — was sent. New delegates were seated from Typographia Xo. 13, pressfeeders anil job pressmen's, bookbinders and bindery girls' union, the latter being admitted to the council for the first time. The changes in the several dele gations made it necessary to fill a i.umber of consequent vacancies on the executive board, which consists of one member fr...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

PHKRTO IS NAMED riiFMinriißiw synod selects THAT CITY FOH NEXT YEAR'S MEFTIAO. DEATH BUSY DURING THE YEAR MR ION MKMHKKS OF TIIK BODY HAVE PASSED AWAY SINCE MAY I, *»MI. lUBFOKTS Ki:< 'KIVKD YESTERDAY". • tronjt U.xolu! liiiio oa the Subjects <»' Importance und Snbbath Ob ncrvancf Are Panned. Th>- report of the <<>m<mitiee on tHH-rolugy of the synod of Minnesota read at the afternoon session, yester day, showed th.v seven members died during the .war 1596 as follows: !t»v. Joseph C. Whitney, of Minne apolis, died May l. 1896. Rev. Jacob K. Conrad, of Blue Earth, City, die<l May t>. 1896. Rev. Detofl E. Wells, of Minneapolis, died July is, ISH6. Rev. Dr. Lawrence (Jano Hay, of Minneapolis, died July 27, 189«5. Rev. John Currer, of Le Suour, died July 28, 1896. Rev. Leroy Learned Cameron, of St. I'aul. died Aug. 4. 1896. Rev. Olaf A. Berg, of Anoka. died Bept. 26. is»6. The synod decided, by a unanimous vote, to hold its ntxt annual meeting In Mankato. Rev. ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

22 VOTING BY PGfilflE BECEXT IXTE\TIOXS DESI(i\ED TO PBOTECT THE HAM^O'I^S PURITY. SPEED AND ACCURACY SURE. IKTKH.AL JIAt'HIXES ARE &LBEADV ; IJ\ VSE IX DIFEEHEXT STATES. j VOTER PRESSES THE BITTON And the Machine Uoes the Rest— | The Automat lo Locklus Principle. j ,If the states should universally adopt a system of voting by means of bal loting machines there would be scores of interesting pieces of mechanism lately patented in this country from which to select. Several of them would well answer their purpose, and by their . use everywhere in the country there could be no disputing the legitimacy i of the votes cast for McKinley and JBryan on Nov. 3. There has been a j tremendous boom in inventions of this ; class since our election of two years ' ago. Inventors have evidently been preparing for the present campaign, but with the ill success which inventors j usually enjoy. There is no irifcre" interesting auto- i niatic registering device than the> vot- j ing machine of th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

WINTS MAY BE LEFT At tlie following location* for Inser tion in the Daily and Sunday Globe, «t tlie »»uic rates at are eliarved by the main office. HAJJLIXE. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNBLMNG A VENUE. DAITOS'S BLIFF 1 . Sever West by Drug Store _____ 678 EAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOWS. William K. Collier Drug Stora SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Stora COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. 1). Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. MKUUIAM I'AHK. A. L. Woolsey Drug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. ST. AM'HON^ HILL. Emit Bull Druggist GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Straight Bros Drug Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. liracketfs Pharmacy , VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDH3. The Eclipse Drug Store. S ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUB. George Marti Drug Store B. WAHASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. Concord Street Prescription Store. CORNER STATE AND CO...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 October 1896

24 J. P. EOD fIOT YET HEW TAJfCUUP THAT MUST UK SET TLED UEFORE RECEIVERS ARE DISCHARGED. SOME LAND TO BE SOLD. WERE NOT IXCIADED IN THE GENKUAI. MORTGAGES WHICH WAS rOKEtIOSED. CHANCE FOR GENERAL CREDITORS •With Preferred Stockholders, They Will Resist An> Application for Mil Order of tele. MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct. 10.— The *ml of the Northern Pacific reeetver- Bhip is not yet at hand, and it is likely to be some time before the order dis charging Receivers Bigelow and Mc- Henry is entered. The receivers have been very busy since the entry of the decree of foreclosure in winding up the adminstration and they are about all through with the exception of one Item. All of the property covered by th ■ mortgages and which were sup posed by almost everyone to have cov ered any and everthing that the North ern Pacific possessed, or could in any way poaslbry acquire, has been Fold, but there still remains in the possession of the receivers many thousands- of acres of valuable lands, unencum...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 October 1896

READ THE GLOBE'S Letters Fro.ii the Country If you want the actual state of thiugs. VOL. XIX.— NO. 286. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOSE. MOXDAV, OCT. 12, ISOO. AY on I her for Toituy— I'nir and Wftrnier. page: 1. Ireland on Sound Money. Archbishop of Canterbury Dead, limik. Robber CoufoSMcx. Funeral l>a, nt Sherburne. PAGE 2. Bryan's Sunday in St. Paul. Ncnsunper Men With Bryan, Forsern Work Bnalneaa Men. PAGE 3. Hewa of Minnoniiolin. Bryan's Mill Ci(> Meeting:. J-iltor in Mexico. Henry Clews" Financial Hevleir. PAUIS 4. Kdltortal. Baptist Contention Next. At the Theaters. PAGE ft. Politics In Bine Earth. Outlook, in Other Counties. Corn as l-'neP, Kew« of the Worth went. l.iin<> and Amendments. PAGE O. Roll's Radiaphone. Tax Hodemption Notices.- * PAGE T. AVorld's Markets. AVunts of the People. PAGE 8. Presbyterian Mission Work. The Household. Vagrant Verso. TODAY'S EVENTS. Grand— Off the Earth, 8.15. Metropolitan'— Mizzoura, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. OUEENSTOWN-S...

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