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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 October 1896

8 EXPOSE fl SWINDLE ARREST OF WILLS AND ROSE HERE LEADS TO A\ INDIANAPOLIS DISCOVERY. THEY MEY BE INNOCENT YET, BIT OPERATIONS OF THE ALLEGED MERCANTILE PUBLISHING COM PAW WERE WIDESPREAD. BLANK RECEIPTS AND TRACERS Are Alleged to Have Been Used With the RoHult That Merchants Were Victimised. Some weeks ago the police of this city arrested Thomas Wills and T. R. Kane, alias T. E. Rose, on a charge of swindling and uttering forged instru ments. The men, when arrested, had with them a number of contracts pur porting to be signed by business firms of ihis city agreeing to pay sums rang ing in amounts from $3 to $10 for ad vertisements in a mercantile directory. In each and every case the firms, orr which the claims were made, and to collect which the men showed contracts signed by members of the firm, claimed that the signatures were forgeries. Several of the parties, who had signed contracts for 50 cents and $2, found that the paper had ben doctored and the amounts "raised from $3 to ...

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. — 17 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 291. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUl^ G^OB^. SATURDAY, OCT. 17, 1800. Weather for Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGE] 1. Indiana Really in Doubt. Fire Horror In Montreal. Six Arkansas Miners Killed. Uryan Breaks a Record. Conspiracy in Bay State Case, PAGE 2. White Metal Demonstration. Robbers Raid a Saloon. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Two I'" I tic Manifestoes. Mclvinley Discusses Tariff. t*Att£ 4. Editorial. Baptists Wipe Out a Debt. Death in an Elevator Trap. PAGE a. Millers Defeat St. Pnnl Kickers. Day's Racine Events. Tynan's Anarchistic Talk. Insurance Men Alarmed. PAGE C Commercial Agency RevieTTß. Unr Silver 05 l-Be. Cash Wheat in Chicago 71 l-80. AVenUness In Nearly All Stocks. PAGE 7. Funeral Archbishop of Canterbury. Wants of the People. PAGES 8. Change of Venue in Capitol Case. Ifewa of the Courts. Stock Gamblers Cannot Recover. TODAY'S EVENTS. Metr.— ln Mizzoura. 2.3.0, 8.15. Grand— Off the Earth, 2.30, 8.15. -^»> MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. AMSTERDAM— Arrived: P. C...

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. — 17 October 1896

2 SfllNT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS XOTKS. S. S. Lyen. of Fargo, ifi slopping at the Merchant.-'. C. S. Hi>>t and w4fe. of Chit-ago, are «t the Merchants'. Tka Northwestern Alumni association. ! "Pfct l)t-l*a Th«-ta," will meet and dine at Hott-l M-etronolitan at 7:30 this evening. Emil Kogelberg, a former subject of the king of Sweden, was admitted 10 fuil citi zenship in the supreme court ye:t-rday. Fred 'Lusher, arrested for alleged crim inal assault upon Gusta Zobrl. was tried In the police court yesterday, i.nd the ease j taken under udvisement by Judge Twohy until today. T. V. Fowderly. A. "W. Wright and Charles Kohlf were at ihe Merchant;' yesterday. Mr. Powdeily w«a on his way to Puluth. and the oMicr g-ntlemen were an escort from that cuy. where Mr. Pcwderly spoke last night. Yesterday ifttipnw Mayor Uoran and Capt. .1. J. MeCardy adcressfl the mem bers of 'he J. IE. L. M. wiiosy, of tiie John Ericsson Befeeo). Miss. Alpha Tucker gave a \o;a! sol \ fchd a li:erary and musical ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 October 1896

l^E-TfefMOMTH-l "Plymouth Corner, Seventh and Robert Boys' Combination SuitS^ ("MRS. JANE HOPKINS' " MAKE.) \a| > *W' /h rtifc am— For one Suit, one extra \ s*. ? * i_^ pair pants and a neat cap, ygVV_ \\j W i J made of fine Plaid Cassi- %**? VTT & * mere ; both pant* have I^f._y-.L - double seat «md knees ; the Wfa>^ /& \ MB^T" " single suit is worth more JPVffi*/ *£**Wb' \ than we ask you for the 2ge#m/ ■"^PfgSr ] complete outfit. W Ct* For a56 Combi nation Out- fUr i^ Wff I fit « one coat » tw ° pair pants «Hp °t r "l^ LI/ **^. S\ 9;nJ a cap. They are ffuar *E%* *>*\ ' anieed All - Wool Scotch 1 . M — Cheviots and Tweeds. The vffijffimJwm'fS* ~ »in?le suit alone would be very cheap for the price we ask for the entire outfit. \. % Large § . Mm W V^^lo Sizes 13 to 19 Boys' OUllS* Yeas. || (r- For a #7.00 All-Wool Cassimere Wk •wJI tP*-X»OO Suit, splendid dark and medium e^pflr \^ patterns. MINNEAPOLIS. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBIL.ES. W. H. Harvey, author of Coin's Financial...

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. — 17 October 1896

4 THE BfIILYJILOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW. COR. FOURTH AMD MIXKKSOTA ST9. OFFICIAL, PAPER OF ST. PA IX. , . __. — — - I Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OKKICE. UOOM 4M, TEMPLE COURT ni'ILDIXO, NEW YORK. I WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. • Complete flics of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In .Wvamr. I)!ill> itntl Suniijy, per Month .fiO Dally and Snnday. Sis Month* - 92.75 Untly nud Sunday, One Vrir>fS.OU Hull, Only, i»«t Month .40 ' Dally Only, Six Months fS.2S 1>«1I> Ouly, One Year f4.00 Sunday Only, One Year #IJSO Weekly, One Year 91.00 TODAY'S "WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. -Forecast for Satur day: Minnesota— Generally fair Saturday; northerly winds, becoming variable; slightly warmer Saturday afternoon. • Wisconsin — Light local showers, followed by clearing weather; light to fresh northerly winds. . South Dakota Fair; variable winds; warm er In eastern p...

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. — 17 October 1896

» / Bt'V wbS- ¥ : &M Wm ■nffn n3 SAMPLES of these Suits are dis= played in our 6th St. windows. Extraordinary value g-uar anteed. All-wool, sewed with silk, double warp lin ing, perfect lit and style. We were fortunate in having been able to secure a large line of these g-oods at about the cost of making- alone. Suits that would retail, bought at regular prices, at $8, we offer on Saturday, like above cut, at $5.00. We are determined to make our Saturday sales the great est value-giving features in the retail history of St. Paul, and to that end call particu lar attention to a line of special offers: No. I—We1 — We have set aside ! from our regular stock five | lines of all-wool 2-pieceKnee- j Pant Suits, our regular $5 quality. As a special offering | for Saturday, only $3.50. No. 2 — From our regular j stock, three lines of all-wool I Knee-Pant Suits, our regular j $4 quality. As a special ! offering for Saturda3~, only $2.75 No. 3 — All of the regular j $1.00 line of Knee Pan...

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. — 17 October 1896

6 BUSINESS BETTER BRADSTREET'S SAYS THAT THE CONDITIONS UK.XEIt \LLY ARE MICH IMPROVED, ON SIGNS OF SOUND MONEY. MERCHANTS FIGURE THAT SILVER CAXXOT "WIN AND ARE PLAC ING ORDERS. DIN POINTS TO HOPEFUL SIGNS. The Exports Exceed the Imports to a Great Kxtent nnd Business Is Recovering. NEW YORK, Oct. 16.— Bradstreet's tomorrow will say, while the volume of general trade has not increased ma terially, new conditions are favorable to an early improvement. Notwith standing many interior merchants pre fer to wait until after election before placing orders, and others are willing j to order subject to cancellation, should j the movement for free coinage of sil ver be successful. The sentiment at large business centers, as regards the ! Biiccess of the campaign for sound j money is assured. In some instances merchants are discovering that view of the situation by placing orders. Features of the business week are the continued advance in price and strength of wheat and the maintenance of a l...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 October 1896

PRIVATE'S BURIAL THF> I>l£.\n ARCHBISHOP OK C YX IT.HBfHY IXTKitHi:;) AMIDST ;kk\t oihef. IMPOSING CEREMONIES HELD. CAKTK&BI KY'S (ATHK!)HU, THE SCBVH *>X ma OH ESillKS — \OT.\BI.KS PHKSKXT. TWO IHSTIXCT SKRVICES SAID. Tile Hoist Kinineiit Persons In the Church null la Civil Life Honor Dr. lUmimuii'm Memory. CANTERBURY. Eng. Oct. 16.— There is general mourning throughout Great Britain today. Passing bells have been tolling almost every where, and memor ial services in honor of the late Archbishop of Canterbury and primate of England are being held. The funeral services of the most Rev. Edward White Benson, D. D., who died suddenly in Hawarden church on Sunday last, while attending divine service, have been held in hundreds of churches. The lying-in-state of the remains of the deceased prelate in Can terbury cathedral was watched throughout by the clergy of Canter bury, the sisters of St. Peter and the boys of the St. Augustine school, and was the occasion for the wendin...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 October 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE WOULD TRY IT HERE DAPITOL, COMMISSIONERS WANT A CHANGE OF VEME IS THE KAXDIYOHI CASE. CROOKSTON IS TOO REMOTE rO SI IT THE RESPONDENTS, WHO WILL ASK FOR THE CHANCE. HEW DECISIONS HANDED DOWN. Supreme Court Filed the First Batch for the October Term Yesterday Afternoon. The chances are that the people of Kandlyohl county who are making a light on the location of the permanent capitol of the state of Minnesota will be fooled in their expectation that the suit will come up for adjudication in the Polk county courts, as they had planned. Attorney General Childs, at the request of President Seabury, of the state board of commissioners, will ask for a change of venue to the local courts, this being a central point and much more convenient for all the par ties at issue than Polk county. The latter not being the .residence of the petitioners nor resr>ondents, there is no apparent reason, the state will ma...

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. — 18 October 1896

PUSS 1 10 12. VOL. XIX.— NO. 292. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUl^ Gl^Oß^. SI XDAY. OCT. IS, ISOO. Weallier for Today — Fair and Warmer. I'AGE 1. .VolirtiKka n Close State. Wheat Gill Skyrocketing;. IlniMKey County Sised I"i>. GuesNlnK' at Election Result*. PAGR 2 Ramsey Democrats May Win. PAGE 3. The \u000da Clan to Dittbnnd. (uinnlinn for Sayre Children. Transfer Co. Must Pay Taxes. PAOK 4. Editorial. PAGE JV. Bryan's Sweep Through Mtoiifjctn. liumenMe fronds Jiear McKinley. PAGE f). Altgeld Talks in lew Yorlt. Robert Lincoln's t onilng Speech. PAGE T. British Lords in Trade. Brutal German Army Officers. I uin I tie Threatens India. PAGE S. Railroad Money Demonstration. SnloontM Charged With Assault. The Savings Bank of St. Paul. Retail a Prophet of Doom. PAGE O. News of Minneapolis. PAGE 10. The Wheel in Politics. Wheelmen Act on Good Roads. In the Whist World. Jones— Puts his faith in Bryan. PAGE 11. j) Hißlil>iij<U'i-H Again Active. The Minneapolis Ball Team. Minnrxota Shut...

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. — 18 October 1896

a voted together two years ago Nelson would have been defeated in the coun ty. There are no factions in either Democratic or Populist ranks this year. There is much enthusiasm manifested In the entire ticket, and a tremendous amount of quiet work being done. It is a known fact that the Populists have gained in numbers in the past two years; it is claimed that 10 per cent of the Republican vote will vote for free silver; the loss to the ticket of sound money Democrats is placed at only 5 per cent. Organized labor and espec- i ially unorganized and unemployed labor, is claimed to be 75 per cent free Bilver. It is upon these general prem ises the county is claimed for Bryan and Lind. The vote for and against Nelson for governor two years ago was as fol lows, omitting 251 votes cast for the Prohibition candidate: For. Against First ward 1.911 1.295 Second ward 1,274 1,302 Third ward 765 738 Fourth ward 1,249 1,401 Fifth ward 1.007 1,681 Blxth ward 1.036 1.492 Seventh ward 1.736 596 Eigh...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

The Busiest Women's Cloak Department in the City. Iffim^MQUTHi Prices 35 Per Cent Lower Than Others. Ladies' Good Judgment Is used to their best advantage when they look around before purchasing their Winter Garments. NOW, when doing 1 so, remember our prices on gx>od reliable qualities (no trash or old style goods at any price) in COATS, CAPES, WAISTS, ETC. We guarantee to be at the very least, 25 per cent lower than any ex clusive Cloak Houseor Dry Goods Store department, qualities being equal. R«*ciHf»ft We K lve J" ou tbe advantage of rt» utsiuta our liberal refund system, jHftcv. providing your purchase does noi prove satis /yJSmSoICj J factory. Notice below our W&JS& Rules of Business. "^fchJjjj^wTy If you are not satisfied with what you have »g?§^s^r o '^ purchased at the 'PLYMOUTH" bring tcegoods \£ **&i bnck and get your money back if goods are un f^\ •£ f£ Injured. Even if you have worn and damaged f|^-gg^.,/^H . the garment so that it cannot be returned com...

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. — 18 October 1896

4 THE PfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letter* and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401. TEMPLB COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance Dally and Snmlity, per Month .."(> Dally iiml Sunday. Six Months - f2.TS Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month - - .4O Dally Only, Six Months fU.^5 Dally Only, One Year »4.00 Sunday Only, One Ycnr - - - - - $ 1.50 Weekly, One Yeur *I.QO TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Oct. 17.— Forecast for Sun- J day: Minnesota and the Dakotaa — Fair, warm- | er; winds shifting to westerly and southerly. j Wisconsin— Fair and warmer; light to fresh westerly winda. Mon;ana— Pair and warmer; southerly winds. TEMPERATURES. Bismarck 42-48 Helena 54-62 Buffalo 42-44 Montreal 36-40 Boston 48-52 New Yo...

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. — 18 October 1896

/ M^j^T Sna P firm i wfi/il Is likely to catch you any daj V ' wf/f/II'(\ unprepared. The proper prep yk yfflf/Jj/ill aration, of course, is an Over y<^> \l ""\ coat. If you know of any » $ I store where you can get a fin er, handsomer coat than we call sell you at any price, you have explored the market into regions unknown to us. When it conies to the price, if you appreciate qual ity and style, you will find that no oue can save you as much money as we can, for we make all our Clothing in our own factory and offer it to you directly in our own store. The middleman isn't in it, but you are, if you choose. Browning, King 4k Co., SEVENTH AND ROBERT STREETS. VIVACIOUS AS EVER BKVAN WEXT THI 'NDEIUXG ALOXG TUHOI'GH MICHIGAN MAKING CLEVER SPEECHES. OFTEN LOCALIZED HIS TALK. MADE A BACK-MOODS EDITOR TAKE TO THE TIMBER WITH OUT DIFFICULTY. CHEAT CROWDS EVERYWHERE. The CnlinittHtion of It All Came In Detroit, "Where the Jam "Was Simply Terrlilc. DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 17.— William J. ...

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. — 18 October 1896

6 HIiTGEItD IJI GOTHAItt HE MAKES A SPBSSCH TO A THE MEXDOIS Al DIE.XCE IN COOPER UNION. LOVE HIM FOR HIS ENEMIES, ■O HIS AUDITORS DECLARE AS THEY RKCEIVE HIM WITH WAVING FLAGS. ji His speech was a long one:, And It Wai Largely Devoted to * Defense of Hl« Acta as Governor of Illinois. NEW YORK. Oct. 17.— John P. Alt geld, governor of Illinois, spoke in Cooper union tonight. It \b seldom that such a crowd turns out to haar a man as the one which collected in and around New York's historic hall to night. At least 10,000 persons listened tc speeches from stands erected on the outside. Within, the hall was decorated with American nags with the picture* of Bryan and Altgeld above the platform. Small American nags had been dis tributed among the audience and when Mr. Altgeld made his appearance the vast audience arose as one man, •waved the flags and cheered far sever al minutes. Henry- George preceded Mr. Altgeld to the platform and he too received a tremendous ovation. The meeting was h...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

AfIXIETY poH IfIDIA IT PERVADES THE BRITISH BHIfIAST AND WORK WILL, BB PRO VIDED. ENGLISH PAPERS ON BAYARD. NOT AGREED AS TO THE WISDOM OF HIS LETTER WRIT ING. ITATESMEN AT SWORDS' POINTS. Prenent nnd Former Home Secre taries Cannot Decide Who Drove Irish Priionen lu»»ne. LONDON. Oct. 17.— The famine In Korthern India, which now appears to be inevitable, causes the greatest anx iety here, and it is recognized that the import of American wheat is likely to be the prime factor of the situation. Prices in the affected districts have risen considerably, and the California wheat en route Is sold In advance at higher prices than the native wheat. Indicating the conviction that prices will have risen still higher by the time the imports arrive. The Indian gov ernment Is already sketching out vast schemes for railroad, canal and other relief works. The Statist points out that the. posi tion of silver is most unpleasant, though the price may be maintained. The opinion is growing that the sil...

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. — 18 October 1896

8 CfISH IS SApE HERE ONE OF ST. PAIL'S FINANCIAL IN STITUTIONS WITH A PROUD RECORD. IT HAD A SMALL BEGINNING. THK SAVINGS BANK OF ST. PAIL AND HOW IT HAS PROS PERED. MdVES INTO ITS THIRD HOME. Increase In DusinrMx NcoosstitattMl Larger and Better Quarters — Itunk Description. Thirty years ago when St. Paul was a mero hamlet, several of her citizens started a hank — The Savings Bank of t^r. Paul. It was not a large bank, nor had it unlimited capital. But its foun ders had unlimited faith in the future of St. Paul, and although the institution has outlived them, they yet lived to st-s it one of the most successful and I" pular financial enterprises in the Saintly City. They were Gen. Henry 11. Sibley, ex-Gov. William R. Mar shall and John S. Prince, and the bank which was established on Third street, a single block from Newspaper Row, has nothing to show but a clear record of success. Conservative methods, fair treatment of its clients, and a hie management of its funds have been 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. — 18 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Ida C. Llndberg has applied for letters of administration of the $1,150 estate left by her lute husband, Andrew G. Lindberg. A portion of the spiral stair in the court house has become loosened from the masonry, and the tower has been closed to the publh; for fear of accident. K. L. Newell and William Baker were ac quitted by the Jury of the charge of selling liquor illegally in their drug store at Ex celsior. "A fantastic operatic travesty" is the man ner in which the authors describe '"Off the Karth." which begins a week's engagement at the Bijou this afternoon. Interest will be felt owing to the popularity of the star, nim ble Eddie Foy. The funeral of John Fogarty, who was kill ed by the cars at Baraboo, Wis., Thursday afternoon, was held from the house of W. O. Winston. 1527 Portland avenue, at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The interment was at Lakewood cemetery. Coroner Kistler and a jury held an in quest yesterday on the remains of Patri...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBILES. Ida C. Lindberg has applied for letters of administration of the H.Ut estate left toy her late husband, Andrew G. Lindberg. A portion of the spiral stair in the court house has become loosened from the masonry, and the tower has been closed to the public for fear of accident. E. L. Newell and William Baker were ac quitted by the jury of tho charge of selling liquor illegally in their drug store at Ex <•< Isior. "A fantastic operatic travesty" is the man v> r in v, hich tho authors describe "Off the Earth.' which begins a week's engagement Ht the liijoii this afternoon. Interest will be felt owing to the popularity of the star, nim ble BMte Foy. The funeral of John Fogarty, who was klll t-l by the ears at Baraboo. Wis., Thursday afternoon, was held from the house of W. (). Winston. 1527 Portland avenue, at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The interment was at l.akewood cemetery. Coroner Kistler and a jury held an in quest yesterday on the ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

1O r -~ - =^ WHEEL I]l POMTIGS IT IS PROPOSED TO USE A MILLION IN THE PRESENT CAM PAIGN. GUARANTEE PERIOD IS CUT. OXLY SIX MONTHS HEREAFTER INSTEAD OF THE FORMER YEAR TERM. SLEEPY HOLLOW TAVERNS. They Have Been Awakened by the Advent of the Craze of "Wheeling-. One of the largest departments at one of the national political headquar ters in Chicago gives its sole attention to wheelmen. It is in charge of Mr. James R. Dunn, of Ohio, and he has under him three stenographers, two clerics, a page and two mailing clerks. While bicycle clubs have taken part in previous campaigns, this is the first time an attempt has been made to utilize them as an organized body. There are said to be 1,500,000 men bicycle riders in the United States, and the claim is made that quite two-thirds of them are or will be enlisted in cam paign work. They are used as mes sengers, distributors of documents, speakers at cross-roads meetings and escorts to take part in parades. * * * An observant cyclist, who has ...

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