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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 November 1896

TODAY! i f r * m ** 15 THE DAY We commence our Great Sacrifice Sale of PINE CLOTHING. $150,000.00 Worth of Gentlemen's Fine Suits, Overcoats * Ulsters Will be offered to the public of St. Paul and vicinity at the lowest prices ever made on reliable wearing apparel, backed by a guarantee from the most reliable Clothing- House in the West. A FEW SAMPLE OFFERINGS: $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 Suits for — Overcoats for — Ulsters for $g-75 $ 5*75 $ 5' 75 We could fill the whole paper with bargains equally as great, but found it necessary to devote all our time to the ar ranging- of our enormous Stock, so as to be able to take care of the crowds that always respond to Plymouth Special Clothing Sales. Rules of Business. —lf you are not satisfied with what 3-011 have purchased at the "Plymouth," bring the goods back and get your money if the goods are un injured. Even if you have worn and damaged the gar ment so that it cannot be returned, come and see us just the same, and give us a chance to make...

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. — 7 November 1896

4 THE PflllY jIOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AKU MIXWKSOTA ST9. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICB, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDHn'G, NEW YORK WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1406 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for referenc*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Dally nnd Snnday, per Month .5O Dally and Sunday, Six Months - $2.75 Dally nnd Sunday, One Year - $3.00 Daily Only, per Month .*O Dally Only, Six Montbi --- - f 2.25 j Dally Only, One Year #*M>O Sunday Only, One Year ----- $1.00 Weekly, One Year »1.00 I' ' j TODAY'S WEATHKR. WASHINGTON. Nov. 6.— Forecast for today: Minnesota— Partly cloudy weather and occa sional light snows: fresh northerly winds. Wisconsin— Threatening weather and occa sional light rain or snow; light variable winds Becoming northwesterly. North and South Dakota and Nebraska— Senerally fair: slightly warmer in western portion...

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. — 7 November 1896

BY ABOUT 4,400 •ilil >X FIGIRES INDICATE THE UUI WHICH (i,Ol(iH HAS OVER LIXD. PRETTY COMPLETE RETURNS. TWO CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT 6BT MORE THAN 324,000 VOTES. THE VOTC IX THE SIXTH. I.mii-p FIR-ures Inereane the Lead of ' Morris Over Towne a Few Hnndred. The official returns which came in j yesterday did not materially change Mr. McKinley's plurality over Mr. j Bryan. On the governorship Mr. i Lind gained steadily and Mr. Clough's i apparent plurality is now 4,471. The | total vote of the state is very large, I figures on president reaching 324,622 j for McKinley and Bryan. The vote j for the two leading candidates for gov- I t?rnor foots up nearly 320,0000. When j all of the figures are in all of these to tals will be considerably raised. The tabulated returns are as follows: Counties. McKinley. Bryan. Clough. Lind Aitkin 865 344 746 441 Anoka 1,490 765 1,546 852 : Mocker 1,479 955 1,360 1,136! Beltrami 402 185 390 170 j Benton 620 744 662 872 ! Big Stone 975 575 900 950 ! Bl...

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. — 7 November 1896

6 JUST LIRE KflflSflS SUCH SEEMS THE GEJfERAL OPIX IOX KKdAtmnu THE NEW AT CHISON COMPLICATION. THE ACTION WILL NOT HOLD IF THE VIEW TAKEN BY THE COUNSEL OF THE ROAD IS CORRECT. ALIEN LAJTD LAW IS INVOKED. Difficult to See How Rnilrond Prop erty ConicM Witliln the Scope of the Act. CHICAGO, Nov. 6.— President Ripley, of the Atchison road, said today, speak ing cf the action of a state court in Kansas in appointing a receiver for a portion of the road: "This act under which the appDintment of the receive: was made was passed by the legisla ture of Kansas in 1891. The law it known r<s the Alien land law, and con tains a provision that no corporation, one-fifth of whose stock is held by aliens, shall hold real estate in Kansas. The law relied upon has no application to the railway company, whose prop erty under the laws of Kansas is re garded as personal property. The pending proceeding does not, and can not, affect any of the property of the Atchison road other than the 478 mil&...

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. — 7 November 1896

DUIiUTH'S FIRE GASE CASK OF LEVIJfE AGAINST THE LANCASHIRE COMPANY WOK BY PLAIXTIFF. SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS THE ORDER OF THE LOWER COIRT IN A ZKMTH CITY SEXSA TIOS. Ml LI, CITY MILK ORDINANCE Declared Vulid by the Snme August Tribunal— Put ltahi!l>'<t Mileage Book. Seven decisions were handed down in the supreme court yesterday, of which only one was a reversal, that being in the ejectment case of A. P. L. Cochran against W. P. Stewart, who won in the lower court. Of the cases in which Judgment ts aiKrmed, one of once wide interest is that of Jacob Levine et al., vs. the Lancashire Fire Insurance com pany, which originated in the destruc tion of the plaintiff's clothing store in Duluth by fire. It was suspected that the fire was incendiary and Levine and others were arrested, remaining in jail several hours. The charge was not proven, however, and the owners of the store sued the company, securing judgment. The company carried the case to the supreme court on a question as to t...

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. — 7 November 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Royal Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ERTOii WILL KNOTS JIDGE OTIS IS TRYING TO SOLVE SOME INTRICATE LEGAL PROBLEMS. AS TO THE PROPERTY RIGHTS OF THE SALVATION ARMY AND OF OF THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHVHCH. EATON'S RELATIVES CONTEST The Will Which Bequeathed Property to the Religious Bodies Named Above. •l*he Salvation Army, the central Park Methodist Episcopal church and the heirs of George Eaton were liti gants in an amicable suit before Judge Otis yesterday, brought by John W. Lane and John C. Quinby, executors and trustees under the last will and testament of Eaton, for the purpose of establishing the rights of the several beneficiaries under the will. The ac tion was brought by the executors who are in doubt as to the interpretation and effect of the will in respect to trusts and powers granted and declared for a division of the estate, which Is estimated to be worth from $19,000 to $30,000. George Eaton, the dec...

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. — 8 November 1896

MB 1 1. 12. VOL. XIX.— NO. 313. I THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE THE VOICE OF THE SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1896. WEWffl PEOPLE no i ra 12. PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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. — 8 November 1896

'2, SfllNT PfIUL. LOCAL SEWS NOTES. Diphtheria is reported at 98 Front street. Mrs. M. C. Tuttle has been confined to her bed for over a week from the effects of a bad fall, but is improving slowly. Riv. J. J. Lawler will preach the sermon at the cathedral today. Mrs. George O'Reilly will assist the choir and sing the offertory. Thursday evening the English Memorial Lutheran church will give an entertainment and supper at Relief hall, Ninth street. The supper is from 6 to 8 o'clock. Fire at the residence of Martin Swarthstad, 419 Sherburne avenue, yesterday afternoon did damage to the amount of $25. Swarthstad is driver of Fire Engine No. 9. The Associated Charities will hold Its fourth annual public meeting at People's church Monday evening. Nov. 16. Addresses will be made by prominent charity workers. Robert Sexton and Robert Gardnied, two Chicago youths, arrested as vagrants, were discharged in the police court yesterday on condition that they would start at once for home. The Co...

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. — 8 November 1896

A SNAP IN CLOAKS! - Having bought a lrnge lot ot Jackets. Crpes, Etc.* from a New York manufacturer wno possessed more g; rments than money, and proposed exebaneing some of them for our cash at such favorable terms that we could not resist tne proposition. The result it that we are ena led to ■Hi Jackets and Capes for nearly half -value. Very Fine Seal Plußh Capes, lined with fine silk, full sweep, high storm collar, ftO 3ft Ladies' Heavy Melton Double Capes, with Inlaid velvet collar, full sweep, £4 48 Ladies' Fine Curly Boucle Jackets, large French horn buttons, half silk lined, _lA "7 _\ Ladies' Fine Beaver Jackets la test style sleeve, over 500 styles to select from, in <£ Q tZ _E Beaver. Kerseys. Covert Cloths, etc., each V-6iUtf aud upwards. Mlsces 1 Heavy Jackets, all sizes, Qftft Misses' Heavy Covert Cloth Jackets, with shoulder cape, nlcelj braided and very <£ Q "T C large French Horn Buttons, each s>___»» ■ • Misses' Very Fine Boucle Jackets, lined with tine figur...

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. — 8 November 1896

4 THE BflliY GLOBE is "published every day AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFKICE. ROOM 401 TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete flle« of the Globe always kept on band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Daily and Sunday, P««* Moatta JJO Dally and Sunday, Six Mouths - f2.78 Dally and Sunday, Oae Year - fO.OO , Dally Only, per Month -40 i Dally Only, Six Montlii f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year ------ *4.00 Sunday Only, One Year ----- f ISO Weekly, One Year •LOO i TODAY'S WEATHER. DAILY MEANS. Barometer. 30.0: thermometer. 30; relative humidilv. 86: wind, northwest: wether, light snow; maximum thermometer, 33; minimum thermometer, 26: daily range, 7; amount of melted sonow in last twenty-four hours, .05. RIVER AT 8 A. M. Gauge Danger Height of Readin_r. Line. Water. Change. St. Paul 14 2.9 *0.1 La Cross...

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. — 8 November 1896

IRISH FOR GAPTAIfi SHERIFF CHAPEL'S CHIEF DEPI TV MAT COMMAND THE ROXDO STREET STATION*. SCHWEITZER MAY BE FIRED BECAUSE HIS GERMAN FRIENDS SUPPORTED JOHN WAGENER FOR SHERIFF. FIVE NEW PATROLMEN NAMED VoNtorUay to Fill Vucanetes Either Existing; or Immediately Pros pective on the Force, There were all kinds of rumors ftround the police headquarters yester day about the numerous changes to be made in the department. Janitor Louis Liverpool wiped up the floors yester day afternoon, and as he wrung out his mop he sang in a blithesome way "Still there's more to follow," and sagely shook his head. Sergeant Horn and Jailer Harris were importuned by telephone and in person by numerous policemen as to what they had heard about "me going off?" There were five resignations and the same number of new appointments announced in a gen eral order last evening, but the names of the unfortunates had all been an nounced yesterday or before that in the Globe. Patrolmen Charles Bank er. Richard Cronin ...

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. — 8 November 1896

li in the Tobacco Land. ft "■■■■■i A Visit to ttie World's Bigitest Loose Tobacco Market- Special Correspondence to the Globe. DANVILLE, Va., Nov. 5.— 1 am on ray way South to take a bird's-eye view of the industrial situation of the coun try. 1 propose to visit the chief cen ters of the United States and to give the facts as I find them. Notwith standing the present hard times, we are said to be the wealthiest nation on the globe. I want to show where a great part of our wealth comes from and how we get it. My first travels have been in the great tobacco belts of Virginia and North Carolina. This region is filled with tobacco plantations. You sco the square log cabins, known as to bacco barns, on every farm, and the fanners are now bringing in their crops in wagons to the great auction markets htre.« The tobacco raised here is some of the best of the world, and buyers from the different countries of Europe are stationed here the year round. The Danville loose tobacco market is the ...

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. — 8 November 1896

hOGOIWOTIVE'S DOOJW ELECTBIC MOTOR IS THE POWER OF THE PITIHE FOR RAIL WAYS. EXPERIMENTS BEING MADE. PFWSYI.VA'XIA ROAD PERFECTING A\ INVENTION WHICH THEY EX PECT MICH OF. ONE BRANCH IN OPERATION. Entire Road "Will Re Equipped With Eloftricit y in Very Few Years It la Claimed. Special Correspondence of the Globe. EAST PITTSBURG, Pa., Nov. 2.—.. They are making some very interest ing experiments in rapid transit at the Westinghouse Electric works here. These experiments are being made with a view to offering a system to be adopted on the elevated railroad in New York and on . interurban roads which are now operated by steam. Seme time ago an official of the Pennsylvania railroad was quoted as saying that he thought it possible the Pennsylvania system would be equip ped with electric locomotives and cars within a very few years, and he spoke of a fact which Is known to very few people — that a short line of the Penn sylvania running from Burlington to Mount Holly has been operated by ...

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. — 8 November 1896

8 AfIXIOUS TO POW P!KGLA\D WATCHED THE ELECTION WITH A MORE THAN ORDI NARY INTEREST. PAPERS GAVE THEIR SPACE. AMERICAN RESULT REPORTED WITH A FREEDOM NEVER BE FORE KNOWN. TITLE FOR A DRY" GOODS CLERK. . Girl of Eighteen Married to a Baron of Seventy — The Social Gossip of London. LONDON, Nov. 7.— The election ln the United States has completely overshadowed all other events during the week on this side of the water. Englishmen have never been known to take such an interest in a foreign event, and the newspapers of this metropolis have nev er reported one so fully. In addition to the most voluminous, prompt, accurate and in every way efficient report ca bled from New York to the Reuter Telegram company, nearly all the Lon don newspapers had long special ca ble messages on the sam subject and published diagrams and maps in order to assist in explaining the political sit uation to their readers, all of which is having a beneficial effect here, as it is teaching Englishmen to know the U...

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. — 8 November 1896

PLAYS A|lD PLAYERS •THE MAN in THE IROX MASK" AT THE METROPOLI TAN. THEN "THE GAY PARISIANS." M'KF.E RAXKIX. AND HIS SEW MELODRAM.., "XEW YORK AS IT IS," AT THE GRAND OPERA HOI SE. Actors, Old find \ew, and the I __a__g.» In Their Methods- Gos. «ll> of the Stage. In the year 1662. It is known there was confined in the Chateau of Pig ut-rol, a masked and unknown prisoner, the object of extraordinary surveil lance on the part of his keeper; he was afterwards conveyed to the Isle of Marguerite and later to the Bastile, where he died, Nov. 19, 1703. He is said to have been a young man of hig-h rank, noble bearing, refined taste, fond of music. He was always treated with great distinction. Various conjectures have been formed concerning this mys terious prisoner, the singular fact of whose incarceration began to be vague ly bruited a little before the middle of the eighteenth century, and excited im mense curiosity after Voltaire had availed himself of it in his "Siecle de Louis XIV" ...

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. — 8 November 1896

lo SHARKEY IS SURE THE FIGHTING TAR TALKS OF HIS UUM'I-S WITH FITX SIMMONS. TEN ROUNDS WILL SUFFICE. THAT IS Al_l_ HE WANTS, HE SAYS, TO DEFEAT THE "CHAM PION." HOW* THE MARINE! WILL DO IT. Will t*«e the Tactic* o* Sullivan, «nd l____viir__.> — tiot Afraid of the Terrible Left. I am matched to box Bob Fltzslm- ! mona for the world's championship. The contest will take place at the l National Athletic club of San Fran cisco on Dec. 9. The purse we strive for will be $10,000. and the battle will be limited to ten rounds. The amount and conditions suit me. I am not a ■wolf and do not expect $1,000,000 for a Blngle fight. Naturally I would have preferred a finish contest, but I figure that what is fair for one is fair for j the other. In ten three minute rounds, thirty minutes of real fighting, Fitz j ought to whip me or I should whip him. I promise the public It will be a ' red hot passage at arms from the call | of time to the end of our physical trial. I am no tipster, but for 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. — 8 November 1896

Colored Dress Goods. rT^tSSmm iiiiiiiil lin Silks and Black Dress Goods. #\ ur stock of Colored Dres* Goods is not only large, but of genuine ' iS-JB^L-^TJy^Wlff-M __- wL TW^mMkJsL W \ i ■^■HBfIHBBB-**'^' >^wvs»w \^ and honest excellence. We can state with earnestness and sin- \ JBB_T ____. » K^ A ■ ' *I^B~ * j^_^T "''-______■' 8 B W_T»*______iß_ll_P^' " The public is so accustomed to frantic exaggeration in Silk ad^-er hA a Centy that xt is not even rivaled in the Twin Cities. W e sell no \«J §1 &Ij i9 S . S_\ _ *H_L M Z|&gH_r tisements that a calm statement of facts may be received as a welcome snoaay— no trash— no "cheap" goods, in the ordinary acceptance of the \«L 9l ™ M """ ff ■_■_ " - k_^^^^Hfc^BM ,Bl fß^JL^^^|^^ change. To read the offers of wonderful values for no money at all so word. And we do not give them away. But note this caref ally— our \ IP9^, m^-^Jm%a^BS^^^^3^^K^tmmßSr^^Jm%^\ _i < L_Tlir_H_TyWmlH^r__^ vehemently advertised, the past two years, occasi...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

12 Winter Is Coming With Rapid Strides oft JSr jot JUr The Clothing Question ,s the quest,on of xTf^ t A Twr 7*l^l^ the day. Where JMTir^ xWWWs 3?-^ C,Se '" a " St ' PaUl Ca " y °" f ' nd assortments . qualities and prices /WyNT\*k /\^^{\ /a\\ /fWv>\ as you can at ™ E PLYMOUT H? Ml fN&T%S » [____. v/W 11/ r® I \ — >> dT ** P"* /^V AA_TV nn £•■' /J /jp | 1 L#l^\\l — TH — 1 Consis ting of our whole Fall and Winter stocks of Clothing, were mr. \ y^-^ \ \ offered to the public of St. Paul and vicinity, commencinjr vester | JILLjP* \ '■'.■// -A M day ' a " d Continuin ? Tomorrow, at the GREATEST SACRIFICE JU^w' ' N PR,CES ever made on f'rst-class, reliable Wearing Apparel, backed by a guarantee from the most reliable house in the West A Few Sample Offerings for Monday. Fifty $io Suits J** 7 t Other great C-g /"\ C-g a ~ " * FiSi:o 0 Ssrfor:::::: 5?1. at ar£ain .! -10»*14 reasons for this sale. We could fill the whole paper with Bargains equally as great, but have been too bu...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

PIS IS IOR VOL. XIX.— NO. 313. Underwear Dept, f <^ f?* 7 /?^- (\ xd^*^ v <m^ 5^ 1 Wash Qoods ' Three S^ST'Bar ains fori Jr VY ° U *I|> W~ *!/*/*/& J&W /2/M^W£^/jPw /&& /£ *%T Low 8 Printed Fleecr-Llned Flaune!- Royai Worcester Corsets — Fig- 8 Wg the Best Results ®jf \*^p MmM^t w^Mf/M wJ&sWm%&^P arm — %^o*~y W? Touch Elbows wk \ only bfcsid? t< Sei ,^ n ' ? T*"* B^ 011 " i » for Your fl?! Jl^^ *"". ,—. . J w — .- gSggtin_ai_______^siwM___MlM sMfc ' With « 8 36-Inch Percales-Dark or light at $1.00. s.v.e p.ice | *|X Money Here Jjg "^^^^^^■"■^^^^^^^^■■^■UHlilKMßCuZlir Grand Values 4#> 8 tJTnon^ondsT/dlmigSVA ' Ladies' Fast Black Sateen Skirts « aHf, Every Time. «M< _r\.«____ A.4 ~ A I—, __.-._-. D_^_r.__. _rw_r*_rv/l m**-mA I ««_-»_-. 2 _r^ __« ~ C __. _, -2 4- O.^ _K*<L *»._______. __H_r » goods.; regular 12V2C and 15c IIIC -Lind and pHted, ruffle; «F I m y V Our Ads. Always Bear uoou and Luscious -bruit — Be= 9l Hero - ffl » qa&a*^: ...

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. — 8 November 1896

14 BOOHS Of THE HOUR NEW EDITION OP ADAMS' "UW OF CIVILIZATION AND DE CAY." "AMYAS EGERTON, CAVALIER." ♦>( O.XSTITITIOXAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES," BY GEORGE T. CTRTIS. A TALE OP A HYPNOTIZED MUMMY. «'Tlie Golden Fleece"— ."Two Queens" —Holiday Books for Yonng Peo ple — Literary Notes. The second edition of Brooks Adams' "Law* of Civilization and Decay" has just been issued. Although the^author "takes the opportunity to say tha . such value as the essay may have lies in its freedom from preconceived bias," . the book is likely to seem to the thoughtful reader an awkward piece o_ special pleading*. Mr. Adams treats ol the rise and fall of nations from the standpoint of their financial systems and forecasts the fall of our civiliza tion, even as the Roman fell, and from. somewhat similar economic causes. Of all the other forces which enter int> growth and decay he takes small ac count, and, although he is wary of making statements, the reader infers that he anticipates that...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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