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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 October 1896

fv Who Said ill Wool? WMf We did, if you please, and mmr^- we mean it. It isn't every one Jm| who can say it honestly in speaking of clothing, and a good many say it who oughtn't to. But we couldn't afford to deceive you if we wanted to, and common sense, as well as common honesty, dictates our policy. If every one really appreciated the thor oughly trustworthy qualities of the clothing that we make, and the beauty of workmanship and finish that characterizes all our goods — we wish every one did — we wouldn't be able to supply the demand. But the increasing demand for our clothing shows increasing knowledge of it. Our All- Wool, Fast Color, Tailor-Made Overcoats and Business Suits for $10.00 and $15.00 have 25 per cent more value in them than any like garment offered in this city. 1 ' BROWNING, KING & CO, ST. PAUL,, MINN. CJUWPfIU IS PDEST CH,M)l*i EVERITHI\G FOR BRYAN BIT VERMONT AND THE XON VOTING TERRITORIES. WITH SERENE CONFIDENCE THE CHAIRMAN OP THE DEMO. CRAT CAMPAIGN COM...

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. — 28 October 1896

6 THE SAEVT PAUI, GLOBE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1898. THAFFIC Vlfl LAKE ITS CONTROL FOR NEXT YEAR iIANDED TO THE JOINT ASSO CIATION. TRUNK LINE PRESIDENTS, AFTER THOROUGHLY CONSIDER ING THE WHOLE MATTER, TAKE THE ACTION. f WAS THE CLOVER LEAF'S CASK. It Is to Be Fought toy the Road* Included In the Nickel Plate System. NEW YORK, Oct. 27.— The presi dents of the companies in the Trunk Line association, at a meeting in this city today, virtually transferred to the control of the board of managers of the Joint Traffic association the lake traffic that is handled in conjunction with the trunk lines at Buffalo and other lake ports. While all the trunk lines have lake connections of their own, today's action removes trouble- 5 some features in the westbound situa tion and gives to the Joint Traffic as po ~.« ♦*„., »v —>"t supervision over and regulation' of "nearly M! the freight cairying to the West. The meeting was attended by Presi dent Depew, of the New York Central; fcloan, of Del...

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. — 28 October 1896

f A9SO9 IS POT SURE rHAT (OMISKEY WILL GET COS KORS AND PBKSTOX IN THE 1897 TEAM. CHICAGO'S CAPTAIN IS HERE tTO STAY VXTIL CHICAGO HAS PASSKU THROUGH THK ELEC TION EXCITEMENT. BAYS HART TENDS TO ALL THAT. He Himself Has Been Very Busy Shooting Ducks itnd Hnstliiig for Sound Money. Tall, broad-shouldered and sunburned Adrian Constantine Auson, captain of the Chicago Base Ball club, for nearly a quarter of a century, strode up and down the sidewalks of St. Paul glad to kick his heels against the pavement again after a season of hunting in the wilds of the northern part of the state. It is Anson's favorite diversion, alter the season is over, to duck across the river to the Wells street depot and take a sumptuous sleeping car for St. Paul, where he picks up Jim Duryea, W. F. Bickel and a few more and hies himself to the woods, leaving Presi dent James A. Hart, or "•Jim," as he is known to the base ball world, to scale down the fancy figures asked by the minor or major league magnates f...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 October 1896

8 TWIN CITY FfllhED TO SEND ITS TRADES COUNCIL TO THE BAIVQI ET LAST NIGHT. MISUNDERSTOOD THE DATE, j "WHY THE SISTER ORGANIZATION DID XOT DISE AT THE BOARD. 1.0 IIS KASH TALKS PLAINLY To the People Who Have Questioned His Intelligence, Honesty and Consistency. Owing to a misunderstanding as to the date of the quarterly Joint meeting | and banquet of the St. Paul Trades end Labor assembly and the Minne apolis Trades and Labor council, which was scheduled to take place last night, the Minneapolis delegation failed to put in an appearance at Assembly hall. But there was a successful meeting, an enjoyable programme and tempting banquet, nevertheless. Over a hun dred were in attendance, the assem blage including at least fifty ladies who are members of the garment work ers' union. John O. Watson explained that the absence of the Minneapolis Trades and Labor council was occasioned by a misunderstanding regarding the date of the joint meeting. President Edward Christopherson oc cupied the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 October 1896

VOLr. XIX.— NO. 308. BULLETIN OF f HrE ST. P-tUl^ G^OBE;. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, _89G. Weather for Today— Rain or Snow. PAGE 1. Eddy Defeated in the Seventh. The Dreihund Imperilled. Fiendish Work of Revenge. Ovation for Carlisle at Louisville. PAGE 2. Sheriff Chapel losing Ground. Mystery in C. W. Smith's Case. Mails on Trolley Cars. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Iti*. Election Itets. Canton Day at Canton. PAGE 4. Editorial. Ilrlef Filed in H. P. W. Controversy. Lieut. Nay lor Captain of Company E. PAGE 5. Gentry's Fust Pneing. Day's UaeiiiK" and Sports. Bryan Itusy in Chicago. PAGE 6. Russian Finance an Object Lesson. Immigration Problem Solved. Hail way Gossip. liar Silver, 65 lt-4e. Cash Wheat in Chicago, OS 3-40. Trade in Mocks Slow. PAGE 7. SilveriteH AVenkenlng in lowa. Viitus of the People. PAGE 8. Kens of the Courts. Muehlherg's Biennial Report. Delny ln Naming Gilbert's Successor. TODAY'S EVENTS. Grand— Trilby, B.IS. •People's Ch.— lan Maclarcn, 2.30, 8. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS....

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. — 29 October 1896

"2 SAINT PAUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Scarlet fever is reported at 345 Duke street and EM _t. Anthony avenue. Richard Sumph, charged with assault and battery on Charles Webblnger, a small boy, orj had a trial ln the police court yesterday and gave a bond to keep the peace. Rice Camp No. 9, Woodmen of the World, will give a ball at Twin City hail, corner ' Rice street and University avenue, this even ing, Oct. 29. Other camps are invited to at tend. The Phoenix corporation, with a capital stock of $260,000, filed articles of Incorpora tion- with tho secretary of state yesterday. The members are James H. Weed. Ferdl . nand W-illius and Gustav Willius, all of St. Paul. Liberty Council No. 5. I. O. U. W., will give its lirst annual ball tomorrow evening in Leidertafcl hall. State ancl Congress streets. Supper will be given by the Daughters of « Liberty. The case against C. G. Morrill, charged with be-in--, concerned in the swindle by which Co!. David I. Jonos. of the Arlington hotel, lost $7...

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. — 29 October 1896

The Busiest Woman's Cloak Department in the City. Prices Guaranteed 25 Per Cent Lower Than Others. Here Are Facts, Convincing Proofs That our prices are by far lower than any and all com petition—besides we show more styles than all others com bined. 4<]J f* Beaver £^\ Jackets. Reefer front, high storm collar, four large pearl buttons, new sleeves. ${} Beaver X^ Jackets. Franklin front. half lined, storm collar, box d> -A Choice of over 500 *P I I Ladies' Jackets, in the % 1 I] very latest styles. The V _T tight-fitting KersevJack * ets. The box front Kersey Jackets — also Boucles, Meltons, Beav ers, etc. Good $15.00 Jackets for $10.00. (tIO <£ _T_\ O Q. Extra Fin e *£._____... fl Boucle Capes, [ #\ 13 f- "*W =■"■■■■■■•■■ =^= Lined throughout, I _■ 1 I__. ]__ also interlined; extra p7"_E> full sweep; storm col r^'V••• . lar; collar and front trimmed with fine quality Thibet fur. These Capes we bought to sell for $12, but offer them special today for $4.98 MINNEAPOLIS. OF...

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. — 29 October 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE is" published" every day AT NEWSPAPER ItOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINHESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. 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 nad Sunday, per Mont- .SO Dally nnd Sunday, Six Mouth- - $2.75 Daily and Sunday. One Year _ fS.OO Dally Only, ncr Month ---_ - .40 Dolly Only, Six Months -- - - 92.25 Dally Only, One Year - - f-.00 Sunday Only, One Yenr f 1.50 Weekly, One Year f 1.00 TOU.r. WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Oct. 28.— Forecast : Minne sota — Rain or snow In southeastern portions; fair in northwest portion; northerly winds; colder in southeast portion; warmer in north west portion. Wisconsin -Rain; brisk northerly winds and colder. South Dakota— Local snow, followed by fair weather; northerly winds; warmer In western po...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 October 1896

(^l^/fK. B,ow Hot * Iv • ' vH : S Blow Cold. i \ $*-**} jttf \ O ne is not safe to go with- I ! (! (lllllißßl'llllli out an Overcoat these days. 1 __^ « ■ " c ou _-" t "° have two Over do m. ■ coats, in fact, and where Cloth § w ing is as inexpensive as ours is, there is no very good reason why nearly every man should deny himself the luxury of a me dium weight coat for street wear and an ulster for storms. Using the best of materials, there is still more value in the workmanship, the seams, the tailoring of a garment of our make than ap pears on the surface. Ten dollars or $40, whatever you pay here, gets you the best the market affords for the price. BROWNING, KING & CO. Seventh and Robert, St. Paul, Minn. KING Of ALL PAGERS JilS SUPERIORITY DEMONSTRATED AT PHILADELPHIA BY JOHN R. GENTRY. A FAST MILE AT BELMONT. ONLY ADVERSE CIRCUMSTANCES PREVENTED THE LOWERING OF A "WORLD MARK. .WENT THE HALF IX ONE MINUTE. In the Face of a Heavy Wind the Full Mile Was Paced Out in cos i-a. P...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 October 1896

6 Tie Fll lipids That we continue to Slaughter Prices for a few days more, in order that those who have been unable to secure somo of our Enormous Bargains may still have a further opportunity to do so; and although, as you can readily see, we are Losing Money every day that we sell goods at these ridiculously Low Prices. This sale continues a few days longer. II FEW SfIJIIPLEBEDOGTIDIiS MHere is another Eye Opener — 1.500 pairs Ladies' Finest Vici Kid ■ plain and patent trimmed Juliets, Prince Alberts and Carmencitas, all styles of toes. Regular price from 53.00 to $5.00. €__4\ AO Sacrificed at ■ ■ s*f» Men's French Patent Leather and English Enamel Lace Shoes, square toes, all sizes, all widths; regular price, $5. 00. <& ___ Ci___ A perfect snap *&____€?© About 155 pairs Ladies' Fine Enormous value I nW Children's and Misses' Slippers, Hanan's Men's French Calf Na just the thing for winter indoor tura and London Toes, Congress, wear. Sold always at $5.00. $1.50 23c £_•_...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 October 1896

JIO DOUBT Op IOWA t-11.V1.K SKXTIMEXT RAPIDLY W UAKE.MXQ. Vt THE HAAVKKVE STATE. CAMPAIGN AN ACTIVE ONE. LEADERS _\ BOTH SIDES HAVE _t-OB3i HUSTLERS IN EVERY SENSE. 810 SOIXD MONEY MAJORITY "Will Be Rolled Ip at the Polls Not. 8— Situution iv the State Re viewed. DES MOINES, la., Oct. 28— The po litical campaign in lowa haa now turned into the home stretch and mat ters are warming up to a terrible pitch. The managers of both parties are all making extensive preparations for the closing struggle. Both parties are keeping well in view an air of con fidence aa to the result in the state, but as the end of the battle draws nearer, whatever doubt there has ex isted at any time is disappearing and it is plainly audible that lowa will go republican by a good majority. lowa's national committeeman, A. B. Cummins, puts the lowest figure on the republican majority at 36,000. and is confident that it will be greater. State Chairman H. G. McMillan, puts his minimum at 40.000; Treasurer Prey put...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 October 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Iv^ISH Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SHE IS IfISANE HOW MIIS, GRANT FREDERICKS. OS THE THIRD EXAMINATION, COMMIT TED FOR INSANITY. DIVORCE CASE PENDING, TOO. THE 111 SH AND*. COMPLAINT At.- I_BGBD CRIEI. AND IXH.M.VX TREATMENT. Mil) SAYS SHE WAS MISUSED, The I'rorcedings Were to Have tome I i> Vesterdny, but Had to Go Over. The probate court yesterday prevent ed the trial of the divorce case of Grant Fredericks against his wife, Mame Fredericks, and consigned Mrs. Fred ericks to the insane asylum at Roches ter, though she claims to be in full pos _e. .ion of her mental faculties and as- THINGS YOU NEED EVERY DAY IN THIS LIST. EVERY PURCHASE A MONEY-SAVER FOR YOU. MAIL ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY RECEIVED AT PRICES CUR RENT. "WE ARE KEEPING EVERY DEAL ER IN TOWN GUESSING ABOUT OUR APPLES. THEY DON'T KNOW WHERE WE GET THEM. WELL, WE'RE GETTING THEM RIGHT ALONG EVERY DAY IN SUFFI CIENT QUANTITIES TO SUPPLY THE WHOLE STATE OF M...

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. — 30 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 304. BULLETIN OF THfE ST. PflrUL, Gl^OBE;. FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 189 C. Weather for Today— Rain or Snow. PAGE 1. Bilverites in Idaho Divided. Allison and Davis ln Mill City. l.x-Gov. Flower nt St. Clond. Cyclones in the South. PAGE 2. Ex-Gor. Flower to Close Campaign. Political Gossip of a Day. Erwin** Plea for a Free Currency. lan Maclaren's Readings. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Palmer and Bnckner's Tonr Ended. Six Deaths in a Mine. PAGE 4. Editorial. National Democratic Platform. PAGE G. New Tlase Ball Park. The Snortinß- World. Red Letter Day at Canton. Hr > an Makes a Sortie. PAGE 6. "New Transcontinental Hate*. Railway Gossip. Har Silver. 04 5-Be. Cash Wheat In Chicaso, 69 5-B_. Money Stringency Weakened Stocks. PAGE 7. Sttckney's Advice to Kansam. Wants of the People. PAGE S. Two Saintly City Weddlng-s. Day's Social Events. Requisition for Smith. TODAY'S EVENTS. Grand— Trilby, 5.15. ' — MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK— Arrived : Willehad. from Bremen. Sailed: Ed...

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. — 30 October 1896

2 S fllNT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Diphtheria is reported at 34 Wost Indian* avenue and 643 Martin street. A special communication of Ancient Land mark Lodge No. 5, A. F. & A. M., was held in Masonic hall last evening. A complimentary concert will be tendered to Mastetr Frankie Richter. the little blind pianist, at Conover Music hall tomorrow even ing. A. N. Lee. of the state university, will lect ure on the Middle Class and the Workers" at the Socialists' meeting at Labor hall Sun day at 3 p. m. Mine. Lizette, charged by Detective Swee ney witl* disorderly conduct, gave bonds in the police i*ourt yesterday to keep the peace and was discharged. The state auditor yesterday passed the pay roll of the state grain Inspection departm"***.. There are -So employes in St. Paul, Minne apolis and Puluth, and the pay roll amounts to 514.588.89. The rimrch-Cementico company, with a capital stock of $60, WW, tiled articles of in corporation in the office of the secretary of state yesterday. ...

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. — 30 October 1896

DUFFY'S PURE FOR MEDI(^LtjSE NO FUSEL OIL Emphatically a whiskey for the home. Its prompt use will break up a cold, check malaria and prevent serious diseases. Insist upon your druggist or grocer giving" you the genuine. Send for pamphlet. DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO. Rochester, N. Y. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE _U SOI TH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Mary Kauth has petitioned the probate court for proof of the will of Christian Kauth. who leaves $5,300 wor.h of property to five heirs. Judge Smith has made an order for Judg ment for the plaintiff in the sum of $2,400 ln the case of the Scandia bank against Timothy and Etta M. Fitzgerald. Patrolman William Malone, of the East side station, has been suspended by Mayor Pratt pending an Investigation into charges preferred against him by a woman residing in Southeast Minneapolis. Judge Belden returned from Wright county yesterday morning, having disposed of the calendar at that place, and took up the court calendar again, leaving Judge Elliott...

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. — 30 October 1896

4 THE PgHY GLOBE iT pubusheF every - day AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL.' PAPER OF ST. PAUL. A.dress all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept nn hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally nnd Snnday, Six Month* - "-.75 Dnily aud Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Daily Only, per Month -_• Dally Only, Six Month- -- - - $_.-*** Dally Only, One Yea*-- $4.00 Snnday Only, One Year f 1.80 Weekly, One Year fI.OO TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Oct. 29.— Forecast for Fri day: Minnesota— Threatening weather witn rain or snow; northerly winds, becoming vari able: warmer in northern portions and colder in southeast portion. The Dakotas— Fair, preceded by local snows ln east portion: northerly winds, becoming variable and slightly warmer. Montana— Generally fair; westerly w...

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. — 30 October 1896

f| All Boys Delight in freedom of movement, and that is why a Reefer is a boy's delight. For piay it permits a liberty that the longer overcoat denies him. It is a very satis factory garment. But we have the Long Coats and Ulsters for the boys, and they are cut to fit bo> s and not miniature men. They are made of the same goods as are the men's coats, and made with just as much care as if they sold for twice as much as we ask for them. We don't much care who makes the coun try's ballads if we can clothe the boys. browning. .-NG & co. Seventh and Robert, St. Paul, Minn. WILL BEAT TOE'S BT. PAUL, TOO. WILL HAVE A NEW AND SWELL, ATHLETIC PARK. EDWARD G. SMITH'S SCHEME I.XLIDES CYCLE PATHS AND A THOROUGHLY MODERN SPORT ING AMPHITHEATER. LEXINGTON AND UNIVERSITY, The Location t'lioncn for tiie Parle — to mi .key's Team May Play There Next Season. St. Paul is to have one of the finest athletic parks In the United States. The new park is already In process of construction, and the o...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 October 1896

0 SEW COAST HATES | RESILT OK THE TRANSCONTINEN TAL MEETING IMPORTANT TO EASTERN SHIPPERS. TARIFFS OF SUNSET ROUTE MET BY THE LINES Rl\*-I_G TO THE \OHTH PACIFIC COAST. DOES NOT (BAMi. CONDITIONS. More Than One Line After a Certain Territory In \\ nshiiiKton and British (ulomlila. The rate meeting held by the officials Of the Northern transcontinental lines j its at an end. and the result of the ' meeting is of no little importance to I the shippers of the East, as they can now bill goods to North Pacific coast points just as cheaply as they can to | California via the Sunset route. The ] result of the meeting, concisely stated, j is that the entire North Pacific coast Is placed on an equal footing with the : South Pacific* coast in a mercantile ' way. and her* jobbers have equal ad- j vantages with those further down the j toast, which have been enjoying lower i rates on hearty every commodity. The rates from the Twin Cities are ; not materially effected. Nor from in- : termediate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 October 1896

PRE IT fl MARKET PRESIDENT A. B. STICKXKY'S AD MOMTIO.X TO THE KANSAS CITY PEOPLE. WHEAT MARKET AND MILLS, WUILD BE ADVANTAGED. S TO THE CITY AXD THE RAILROADS ALIKE. DISCRIMINATION IN RATES. Lhnrs-ed With Doini. Un Injustice to the State of Kanaaa und Kan sas City. President A. B. Stickney, of the Chi cago-Great Western, delivered an ad dress Tuesday night before the Kansas City Commercial club, which is attract ing wide attention among the railroad men of the Northwest. In his paper Mr. Stickney explains his original views upon the grain trad. and the handling of the same, which created such interest before Lhe inter state commerce commission. The # pa per is being widely copied. ln discussing the grain trade Mr. Stickney said: • "There are facts connected with the grain trade which I consider pertinent to the issues under consideration. No one an tell in advance where the de mand for the difflerent varieties will spring up. The demand is not uniform as to localities from year to ...

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. — 30 October 1896

8 GOSS TIPPED IT OFF INTEREST OF CERTAIN REPUBLI CANS IN THE ARREST OF C. W. SMITH. HE SAID TO ATTORNEY PINCH "THE STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE HAS MADE A BOTCH OF THE WHOLE THING." BLAME FOR HIS AHIHTRARY ACT. An M_.ee. Arrived With the Neees _____• g Palter*, to Take Him Back to Illinois. Cbief Goss talked too much, ln addi fion to any arbitrary exercise of power he may have been guilty of in prevent, ins any one except a few prominent Republicans from visiting C. W. Smith during his confinement in the central police station this week. If the chief had been more diplomatic, and had kt pt his temper, the interest of cer tain persons in the arrest of Smith might ml have been so easily traced. if it was traced at all. But the chief of police, when accused of exceeding his authority In holding Smith under arrest without a warrant, told how one man had rushed into his office Mon day to inquire if Smith was under ar rest, and later Goss also said that the " state central committee has made a...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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