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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

PURDUE GOES DOWN MUfHKSOTA BOYS GET AMPLE RE VENGE F«R LAST YEAR'S DEFEAT. HOOSIERS WERE SHUT OUT. SOORK AT THIS CLOSE UKIN<, M TO NOTHING TN FAVOR OF THE WORTH STARS. SHATTLCK DEFKATS THE SAINTS. Central High Shut Out at Faribault — Winona Normal Wins a. Gtiiue. The Minnesota football team are commencing- to play their old time game. That with Purdue yesterday resulted in their favor, and was a splendid 'exhibition of endurance and skill. From start to finish the game was closely con tested, and the number of killed and wounded showed the earnestness with ■which both 3ides worked for the honor of the institution they represented. Football played that way is the best game on earth, to the opinion of the average college boy or girl. The score stood 14 to 0 In favor of the local giants, ample satisfaction for a hard drubbing: received last year at L*fayette. Feeterday was an ideal day for foot ball. The sky was clear, and, although the air was sharp, it was none too cool Cor the pl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

I* IK SPITE Of HISSES "AXDREA CHENIER," THE NEW ITALIAN OPERA, ACHIEVES SICCESS. WAR OF RIVAL IMPRESARIOS ENDS IN FAVOR OF THE ADVASCED SCHOOL OF MISICAL. THOUGHT. CHORAL, CLUB OF FORTY VOICES, OreunlKed by Mlhh Alcatt, Given a Concert tit the Ftr*t Baptist Church. Mme. Challia, the young Cuban Boprano, well known in musical centers of the East, has been in Italy until lately, and while in Milan was a spec tator, from an advantageous point of view, of the fierce strife, now over, be tween the adherents of Rlcordi, pub lisher of the Wagner and Verdi scores, and Sonzogno. who has the rights for the newer and unknown operas, and who represents the more progressive and advanced school of musical thought. Sonzogno had control of Milan's great opera house, La Scala, and brought out opera after opera, but. Car loads of Apples, Pears, Grapes and Cider for less than producers' cost. Large Sales, Small Profits, that is •wh3' we do so much business. For Monday and Tuesday. Four cars of Fancy G...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

PAGES 13T024. VOL. XIX.— NO. 292. Flannels and Blankets. I xjij^ 4s* 7 j?^ Cv xdf^^ s I J*t?Stih . I ' tining Department, No matter how Low our prices are, you al- /THE rKt4 8 -Wk W -~ * * s**sm SMS* A \ SfrSf ifIWF^A 8 Owing to the tremendous increase in our ways S et the best goods made. | ■ "^^ST g S^M jf*j£& £ Jf/&S fl/fr^S /fW/M r^4ftY£M/^2 ) J3 I" ODITPC I Lini^ business, we have been compelled to Outing Flanne Remnants. . | CaVR £ 4^^Brl#J>#!#j^ I ODCIMiI I double the selling apace in this department. The best lot yet, in .^ll lengths from Ito X 5 \^~^oy*^"* WS*/*fm MrtS M m W *r M \ « « Plenty of room now to wait on everybody Fancy Bourette weaves. You can't buy m\ ' C* \t " "* " ~~*^M^n^^^^m^m^aKKamtmlttßMmUtKmEtHtm jHHBIB9HHMOIHfIIHHHHIiIHHHKIHHIIIiR " a jp^jgp^ s> them by the yard anywhere for less than 1 1?** » << - tf X Cities to choose from. i2Vic. Monday, at 9 o'clock Sv^^^^s^^^s^^^ Haircloth, Monday.. .. |c Colored Shaker Flannel. &♦ = REAP TH...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

14 BOWS OF THE HOUR" |. H. t liOthKTT'S TALK OK TWO TRVVELKRS MY THK Till- CYCLE. SIR GEORGE TRESSADY. ± XKW \UVEIi BY MISS SKKUKANT WHICH HAS A I \HH E ■Will). t»- - iillllv Ml MtOE'S SEW S'IOKY. "Bijou's ronrtship"— **lle»vir O<!«iT'— "±aim- \\ 'nine -ii and s« Mac"- "TUe X;. »■ anil ltn Car.'."' The Eigaifieance of Mrs. Humphry Ward's popularity as a novelist, which many people profess to be unable to understand, is, after all, an open "Secret She is the only writer of cur rent iirtii>n who, fully recognizing the I complexity, the doubts, the problems | o v th(- Loner, life of man, yet affirms ' with no uncertain voice the moral or der df the universe, and sets forth for *ns in her work the very stuff of life it self, a fabric of confusing colors through which we dimly trace the out lines Of a great design. So long as she continues to do this her novels will Ik greaJ novels and will find acceptance in Che thinking world. "Sir George Tn^-sady" is the story of the crucial }Ki...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

f\ M -—" --• nT wm : ''\ r ' : LININGS. LININGS SHkS# Black Goods MEN'S I V v .4 * i!^ B S| a-^« W■ I S^^aß^aS^aL^^ *m Remember, no matter what others advertise inferior X nnA , „ ,. . _„, __- ,_-_ _ w _- __^ 1$ fi ! Vl -§M *J| I B fIH ~JBwP^ Linings «>r; you can always get the genuine articles at the 6,000 yards Of high-grade Silk*?, FOOTWP AD f l\ \ " *■* fej "^"i EF&i i tBL -B *WkL Golden Rt>:* f6r less money. Visit our Lining- department Consisting of every conceivable * V-JV-/ JL TT J_-rf X"m. lx • J:^L—^d !h^ilTW%frTTTTtraPTTffTFfclfc **' and be convinced. Read every item in th.s ad,; it will s t l e and 1 ill b » 1i M - I\ ' * ■■^o^l^TDifi^^SlJK^^^Hj^ l^^^^^^ One tosefpf All- Wool Skirting- Moreen (black only); da^ at Unheard Of prices. The & the main articles in ' usage, \ „*„... ' ,I^l''^^^^^^ liii^ —* ' the actual cost to import this quality is 27% c, -f f\ kinds ape Brocades, Printed vVarps, main covering of the human bod}-. ■ - ■— * • 1 . ° ar BPeC ' al *" ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

I<s 1 SUBURBAN I I SOGlftL. _ I EASY ST. IWIL,. Mrs. C. It. Ide. of Thirteenth street, < nter tained at progressive cinch Tuesday after noon. The prixcs wore won as fnil.iws: Mrs. W. 11. .McDonald, head, and Mrs. R. E. j .McDonald, second, after which a. club was < ; organised and named The Capital City Cinch j ciub. There are sixteen member*. .Mrs. J. ! C. Robinson i= r resident. Mrs. Dougherty, Of 104S Cook street, v.ill OTiU-rtain the club j next Tuesday afternoon. A surprise was tendered Miss Edith Staples Friday evening at her hrrot en York street. I Thoaa prevent were: Mi-.-; K-iiih Bloom. ! UaU-'y. Jessie Bssford. Bessie Staples, j DUty, Pearl Minnie, XBtcgte Farrell, Mamie Kurtey, Florence and CirK.c McLean; j Messrs. John Baßf«rd, Harry Br-.tts, Willis Kurley, (jbeorge Norquiat, ,lv>hi; I'ariell, > Wlllte Bailey, Willie Staples, Arthur Me- j Lean. Tho ladies of St. James' Episcopal church : mIS give a New England supper Tuesday : evening in the guild rooms, (...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

SAltiT PAUL SOC lAL. St. Paul was not socially duH last ■week, there being a number of bright entertainments given at private homes. The largest of these events was the coming out reception given Wednesday afternoon, at the Bend residence on Summit avenue, when Mrs. J. B. Bend Introduced her daughter, Miss May, to» Bt Paul society. This was the first of a series of events to be given by Mrs. Bend for her daughter. This week Wednesday she will be given a green tea at the family residence, and Thurs day evening, Nov. 12, Mrs. and Miss Bend will be hostesses at a large Ger man given in Litt's hall, for which the Third Infantry band will furnish music. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Dan Hand received for Miss Hand, of Boston, and Mrs. Brinkerhoff, of New York. Five o'clock, tea was served. Friday Mrs. Hand was again hostess to the married ■et. On Thursday Mrs. William Pratt- Abbott also entertained, this being her first at "home since her marriage. Mon day Miss Senkler gave a luncheon to eight...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

saMt paUl soc lal. St. Paul was not socially dull last week, there being a number of bright entertainments given at private homes. The largest of these events was the coming out reception given Wednesday afternoon, at the Bend residence on Summit avenue, when Mrs. J. B. Bend introduced her daughter, Miss May, to* Bt Paul society. This was the first of r series of events to be given by Mrs. Bend for her daughter. This week Wednesday she will be given a green tea at the family residence, and Thurs day evening, Nov. 12, Mrs. and Miss Bend will be hostesses at a large Ger man given In Litt's hall, for which the Third Infantry band will furnish music. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Dan Hand received for Miss Hand, of Boston, and Mrs. Brinkerhoff, of New York. Five o'clock tea was served. Friday Mrs. Hand was again hostess to the married ■et. On Thursday Mrs. William Pratt- Abbott also entertained, this being her first at Tiome since her marriage. Mon day Miss Dgnkler gave a luncheon to eight yo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

18 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE FflflClES OF FfISHIOJi SOUK VK ATI RES TO BE SEEN IX THE lOMI\(i WIX'TRR SOUTHS. THE DAY OF THE BOLERO. STI/DIES IX BLACK THAT WILL, BE IX HIGH FAVOR THIS SKA SON. BANDS OP FIR WILL, BE POPULAR. KwUIIM 1b l»odicp»- Trimmed Sl&lrtn Are Prdbable Sow-Gl«ce Printed Velvet*. It is indeed "the last clothes of sum mer" that .constitute the fashions on parade just at present, and while they are not In perfect harmony with the chill in the air and the autumn foliage tints, they have their special advan tages between seasons before the new fashions are fully developed. But the shops are already decked out in wln te» garb with furs, rtcn velvets, and all the bright, warm colors; so the shirt waist simplicity has to go. It is to be continued, however, with a difference in material, for shirt waists of fine French flannel and chameleon silks, with the wide linen collar and cuffs, are to be worn all winter. B...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

Queer FaGts /VboUt Gold. How the Precious Metal Is Being Hoarded in All Parts of the World. (Copyrighted.. IS9S, by Frank G. Carpenter.* DENVER, Col., Oct. 16.— 1 met here the chief American agent of the cyanide process for reducing gold. The pro cess is patened, and the agents of the Scotch firm who own the patents are now to be found in all the gold regions of the world putting up mills. The American agent told me that he had recently contracted . for mills in Mon tana and Nevada, and that a number were going up in Utah, Colorado and Arizona. In Juab county, Utah, the old dumps of gold mines are now be ing worked over by means of cyanide, and the same is to be done with many of the abandoned gold mines of Mexico. 1 am surprised at stories I daily hear as to the new developments of our gold territory. The old districts are being re-prospected, and from the results it U safe to say that the best of our min ing regions have not as yet been touch ed. The great mountain chain running f...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

Queer FaGts /Vbolit Gold. How the I'reiious Metal Is Heing Moanled in All I'urts of the World. (Copyrighted,. l>S't\ by Frank G. Carpenter.! DENVER, Col., Oct IS.— l met here the chief American ag« nt of the cyanide process Rw reducing gold. The pro cess is patened, and the agents of the Scotch linn who own the patents are now to be fotfnd in all the gold regions of the world putting up tullls. The American agent told me that he had recently contracted. for mills in Mon tana and Nevada, and that a number were going up In Utah, Colorado and Arizona, in Juab county, Utah, the old dumps of gold mines are now be ing worked over by means of cyanide, and the same is to be done with many of the abandoned gold mines of Mexico. 1 am surprised at stories 1 daily hear as to the new developments of our gold territory. The old districts arc being rt prospected, and from the results it Is sate to say that the best of our min ing regions have not us yet been touch ed. The great mountain chain r...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

IN THE DESERT REGION. Special Correspondence of the Globe. I PHOENIX, Ariz.. Oct. 14.— The rigor ous winters of the North are rapidly populating the vast desert regions of America, since the desert has proved its virtues so indisputably as a natural sanitarium for consumptives. The best physicians in the land are now sending their patients here instead of risking the dangers of a change to the great altitudes of the Rockies. Some of the leading business men in this progres sive Western city were consumptives not many years ago, and a short resi dence here has brought health and vigor, together with a strong attach ment and platitude for the health-priv ing climate, which has grown up in their breasts to banish all thoughts of returning to their old homes to live. Prosperity has smiled on most of them, and with the development of the vast resources of this valley their incomes Increase year by year. The Salt River valley has its "oldest inhabitant. ' like all other places where foiks...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

THE EXPERIENCES OF LORD SYFRET. ■» BY ARABELLA KHNBALY. THE VILLA OF SIMPKINS. There is an atmosphere about houses. They who live and enjoy and grieve in them, tevesjt them with :i kind oj aura. So EOme houses come to wear a face of gloos* of — jf if. tj .of tragedy or terror. Tins circumstance, to l.ie so manifest, escapes the notice at nast penetts. sauntering one day down a road in a suburban town, whither I had gone j In seai eh of adventure, 1 came upon a house a-buiidtng. It was a villa resi dence nuirh tutor the style of other villa residences in the neighborhood, a sixteen or eighteen-roomed house di vided from its fellows by an acre of geometrically laid-uut garden, wherein it stood, with a pretentious and phar isaical air of being some Englishman's castle. At the further entrance to the drive a man was standing, overlooking the hir.gir.gofa gate. I took him to be own- j er or builder. The mans face struck i me. I stopped short. He glanced up, scowling Avith an air as thoug...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

2a A]R(JHG THE ORDERS DOINGS OF LAST WEEK IV LOCAL. SECRET SOCIETY CIR CLES. MATTERS ON !»* WEST SIDE. THE MALTESE STAXDAKD "WILL BE PLACED IX TH_ SlXTli WARD. MACCABEES ARE INCREASING. Three at the Camps and the Modern Woodmen Are Talking of Con solidating. The Standard of Malta will be plant ed on the West side Nov. 25 with a larjre membership in the organization of a commandery of this illustrious or der, which has been forming for the past two months. There are already thirty-five names enrolled and many applications are presented at each meeting, fullfilling H,l the expectations of its organizers. A very enthusiastic and largely attended meeting was held . last Wednesday evening at which a large number of applications were re- . ceived and acted upon and considerable important business transacted. Grand Capt. Gen. Hurster addressed the meet ing in his usually happy manner, cit- j luer the objects of the order, its his- ; tory and its future. The address was listened to with mar...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

fcUTS ft AY tit UFF At Uu> (ollowiUß locution* for Inser tion »" IHe Unity nuil Sundny tilobe, »t liie Maine rute» us are churned by the maiu oiii.e. SSm&uhc. HamMne Pharmacy Drug §tore ______ 7.a> SNELLINO AVENTfi. UAVTOXS UL.LFK. Sever V»>siby Drug Store CIS EAST THIRD STItKET. LUWtlt TOWS. William K. Collier Drug Store seventh and siaunr. Jo*ej li Amy Drus Store COR. UiCUVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. V.i: u«i a aa v\ll k . A L. Wooiae* Drug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PR'.OU AVENUES. ST. Ai\THO.\Y li!LL. Eu;:i !J;iil .., Druggist GRAND AY. ANi> ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co Drug jJtoro SELBY AND WESTERN AVE.NTKS. Straitf*.' Bros Drajj Store RONDO AND GROTTO STRKETS. A. A. Campbtil Drug Store 2X") RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brsrsetts Pharmacy VICTORIA AXD SRI.RY AVENUES. WEST SIHK. The Eclipse Drue Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIKKIEI.D AVENUE George Marti Drug Store S. W ABASH A AND PAIUFIEL.D AVENUE. Concord St...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 October 1896

24 CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT. SIXTH AND WABASHA STREETS, ST. RAUL. FRED. W. JO^ES Has Succeeded W. T. Whitehouse as Secretary , Treasurer and Manager. Clerks are preparing for a thorough-ICfearing.Sale: and this will necessitate going over the Entire Stock an<F marking it /\W/\Y DOWN. Then Look Out-: for the Big Sale! It will be one of the Largest and Most Stupendous Price-breaking Shoe Sales that St. Paul has ever had, and will Commence in a few days. It Xleans a Clearance Sale without any regard for cost or price of the Entire Stock of Ladies', Men's and Children's Fin© Shoes? on which Hanan & Son have built such a High Reputation. PIiAYSAJD PLAYERS AX OLD FRIEND WILL, GREET THE PATRONS OF THE METRO. POLITAN. IT IS "THE OLD HOMESTEAD." EQIALLY POPULAR ATTRACTION WILL FILL. THE BOARDS AT THE GRAND. *IN OLD KENTUCKY" ONCE MORES. Chauneey Oleott and "Trilby"<*Com"- Inji \«-»* Week — Kowuliik's Now Play. - . ' 1 ' •"The Old Homestead," one of the best of rural dramas, comes to th...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

How Goes Minne sota in Novem ber? VOL. XIX.— NO. 293. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUl^ G^OB^. MONDAY, OCT. 10. Weather lor Today-Local Snows. PAGE 1. Globe*< Figures on Minnesota Vote. Heatwole Doomed to Defeat. Leaderi) Pleading With Watson. page: 2. Fate of Jacob Schorr. Dr. Rhodes' Address to the Guards. Sermons of a Sunday*. * Two Arrests in the Bens Case. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Times-Herald's Wheat Review. Secretary Lamont'i Annual Report. PAGIS 4. Editorial. Minnesota's Wvt Legislature. Address to Patriotic Citizens. page rv. 'Western League Magnates Meet. Fltzsininions-Sharkey Match. New Wheeling Record. Caylor's Base Ball Gossip. PAGE n. Henry Clews' Weekly Re-view. Constitutional Amendments. PAGE 7. Markets of the World. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. The Household. Vagrunt Verse. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met — Old Homestead, 8.15. Grand— Old Kentucky, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YOR, Oct. 18.— Arrived: La Gascogne, from Havere; Obdam, from Rotterdam. The biggest of the big ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

2 SfUNT PfJUL. 1.04 \I. NEWS XOTl^. St. Paul cooks y>\ll organize soon. Si. Luke's toy will be observed us a dona tion day at Pi. Cuke' 3 hospital icday. The remains of "Lillian Lefebrre will be tak en to Garden City this morning tor inter ment. TLc funeral of the late Daniel Cashman will be held this morning from .he raeUksce, 27S Commercial street. l>v. j. r. Stout, of the First M. E. church, will be teedercd a reception by the congre gation Friday evening. Tho Kinbk* oiub, for seveial years one of the -ily's swelltvt social crgdn'ziuions, will met t tonight to wind up its affairs. Holvert riuinlfigh died Saturday alternoon at his home rti« Pennsylvania avenue, aged tv.-enty-eisht years. The funeral will be he-Id tomorrow uiirn.ng at 10 o'clock irom his late r^.-iil ncs. J. V. Merrill will sins (he oiYntoiy solo at St. Paul's .-lunch harvest festival Thurs day evening ai s o'clock, and th? uldro. s will i- i-ivcn !>.. Kcv. John O. Ferris, rector of Sl James' church. ■i h....

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

How Goes Minne sota in Novem ber? VOL. XIX.— NO. 293. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL, GI^OB^. MONDAY, OCT. 10. Weather for Today— Local Snows. PAGE 1. Globe's ri«-.irt'N on Minnesota Vote. Hentwole Doomed to Defeat. Lenders* Pleading With Watson. PAGE 2. Fate of Jacob Schorr. Dr. Rhodes' Address to the Guards. Sermons of a Sunday. Two Arrests in the Bens Case. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Tiuieti-Herald'* Wheat Review. Secretary Lamont'i Annual Report. PAttJS *. Editorial. Minnesota's Next Legislature. Address to Patriotic Citizens. PAGE n. Western League Magnates Meet. Fitzsimmons-Sharlcey Match. New Wheeling Record. Caylor's Base Ball Gossip. PAGE O. Henry Clews' Weekly Review. Constitutional Amendments. PAGE T. Markets of the World. Wants of the People. PAGES 8. The Household. Vagrant Verse. TODAY'S EVEXTS. Met— Old Homestead, 8.15. Grand— Old Kentucky, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YOR, Oct. 18.— Arrived: La Gascogne, from Havere; Obdam, from Rotterdam. The biggest of the big th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

2 S^JINT PfIUL. !.<»< 'Al., MEWS KOTES. St. Paul cooks will organize soon. St. l.ukf's day will be observed as a dona tion day at Si. buke's hospital today. The rvmains of Lillian Lefebvro will be tak en to *Jar*?n City th:^ morning tor '.nt<>r nwn(. ■1 ho luncmi cf the late Daniel Cm toaa will be held ihis morning from the residence, £7$ Ctmniereial street. Uev. J. F. Stout, of the First IL E. church. witi be tendered a reception by the congre gation Iriday e\en:ng. The N'ushka dub, for several years one of the city's twellc.-t social crgan'zations, will mea tonight to wind up Its attaira. Robert PlumUigh died Saturday afternoon 'at his home 269 Pennsylvania avenue, aged twenty-eight years. The funeral will bo held toiuoir.jw mum ng at 10 o'clock lroni his late resid nee. .1 r. Merrill will sing the offertory solo at Si. Paul** choreli harvest festival Thurs day rven&g a< > ; o'clock, an-i the a ..-.lre- ■ will b? given by Rev. John O. Ferris, recor of St. lam...

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