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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 November 1896

MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Donald Robertson ar.d Miss Brandon Doug las open Thursday evening at the Metropoli tan in Mr. Robertson's dramatization of Dumas' historical story, "The Man in the Iron Mask." John McGovern. who attempted suicide at the Central station Saturday, was fined $25 or thirty days yesterday nlorriing by Judge Kerr for being drunk. McGovern gave his name as Cleary, Saturday. The season of night schools opened last evening- In Minneapolis. Supt. Jordan of the public schools has taken great pains in the arrangements for the work of the schools this year and anticipates definite and substantial results. The charge of counterfeiting labels brought against George Jacoby and Moritz Mikolas was brought up again in the district court yesterday morning and the case continued over the term. It is very doubtful if the case will ever be tried. Nearly all the election bills are now in and were submitted to the council commit tee on claims ...

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. — 10 November 1896

4 THE DjHIY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOtTRTH AXD MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. A-dress all letters and telegrams to THE QLOBE. St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always Kept on band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO ; Dally and Sanday, Six Month* - «2.T8 j Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO j Daily Only, jer Month .40 j Daily Only, Six Months f2.25 Daily Only, One Year $4.00 , Sanday Only, One Year ----- fI.BO Weekly. One Year * LOO TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Nov. 9.— Forecast for Tues day: Minnesota— Generally fair; colder In Western portion; variable winds, becoming northerly. lowa— Partly cloudy weather; warmer south erly winds. Wisconsin— Continued, threatening weather ; with occasional light snows; slightly warmer; j fresh, southerly winds. The Oakotas— Partly cloudy wea...

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. — 10 November 1896

TREASURY IS TAXED ro SUPPLY PAPER NOTES IN EX CHANGE FOR HOARDED YEL LOW COIN. RUSH OF GOLD OFFERINGS SO GREAT THAT IN NEW YORK TENDERS ARE BEING RE FUSED. RESERVE NOW ON THE INCREASE. One Hnndrrd and Twenty Million Mark I'asned aud the Movement Has Only Began. WASHINGTON. Nov. 9.— The treas tiry today lost $27,000 in gold coin, anil $21,200 in bars, which leaves the true | amount of reserve $121,526,364. Zfc> net gain in gold today at New York t nd San Francisco was $1,037,700. The resources of the treasury are be ing severely taxed to meet the de mand for paper notes of all denomina tions in exchange for gold. In many cases the gold holders ask for United States notes of large denominations ia exchange, . for the latter are as valuable for reserve as is the gold, but they also express a willingness to accept Sherman notes or if necessary silver certificates, if the government is unable to fur i,;'sh United States notes. The demand for large denominations also is not imperative....

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. — 10 November 1896

o FIUAIi BOND ISSUE If. P. STOCKHOLDERS TAKE THE LAST STEP IN THE KEORUAMZA TION. ACTION IS PURELY FORMAL BOND ISSUE OF $100,000,000 HAV INCr l!i;_-\ THOKOLGHLV CIT AND DRIED. KORTH BRANCH MAY REJOICE. Duluth Road Cuts Rates On Potatoes to Memphis and Other Southern Points. The- stockholders of the Northern Pa cific Railroad company held a special meeting at Madison, Wis.. Saturday. The purpose o? the meeting- was the final step in the reorganization plan adopted last March, authorizing the issue of bonds to the amount of $199, --000,000, to take the road out of the re ceivers' hands Of the bonds $60,000, --000 are genera! lien 3 per cent bonds, and $130,000,000 are 4 per cent gold, run ning 100 years. The issue of bonds is secured by mortgages on the company's property and franchises. The proceedings were merely formal. ex-Senator Spooner voting the proxies of the stockholders. This was Senator | Spooner's last official act as the North ern Pacific's attorney. President E. W. Winte...

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. — 10 November 1896

BU S_^ L ' S I WANT E»k NO OTHER. GENUINE V\ I Xv \ J _b# __»__»• j (DURHAM \^> , -£, /£. r^vzr [p Yon -will find one coupon / 77712 I WnXfftv inside rath two ounce ba. g, I tSijr=*^f_. &YLM I I I^V # == and two conpons ituidc each // "Bft^^' !, 'i|^*^rif!!fj II four ounce bag of Black- 1 \ J~ >y^ illfj -' J " "ill pi — well's Durham. Buy a bag ■-«-—- -~JL^.*%- Z<M '3 M— ' of this celebrated tobacco ~ MW^^flL&W^Ljg^ and read tbe coupon— which n^^^'v- gives a list of valuable pres- rTWH: c_t_ and bow to get them. ,1 I'll,|P1 'll , |P ! ,! #P !'^ ' SAS JUAfi ISLANDS GEN. K. C. MASON ENTERTAINS THE STATE HISTORICAL, SOCIETY WISH THE STORY OF THEIR CESSION. INTER ESTIXG NARRATIVE OF A Mili'.E OR LESS MOMENTOUS INCI DENT. WAR WAS NARROWLY AVERTED. Great Britain Being: Loth to Surrend er the Strategic Position It Had Held There. Gen. E. C. Mason, U. S. A., read a very valuable paper last evening be fore the executive council of the State Historical society upon the San Ju...

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. — 10 November 1896

8 Royal —Absolutely Pure— The greatest Ameri can baking powder* Sold the world over and approved by the highest authorities for its healthfulness* Wofl Ofl flfl ERROR Continued From First Page. this corporation' were various. Some of them owned stocks in some, and none in others of their corporations, which were to be controlled by the Consolidated mines. Some owned large shares of the stocks of one or two of the corporations, and small shares or none in the others. Some of the stocks were very valuable, and some of them were of little value. As they pro posed to convey all these stocks to the new corporation in exchange for its stock, it be came necessary for them to fix the relative values of the stocks in their corporations in order to determine the relative amount of the 6tock in the new corporation which each of them should receive. Since the amount of this stock which each of the Merritts would receive depended upon the relative value of the stock which he held in the original...

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. — 11 November 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 316. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL, Gl^OBE;. "WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, IB9C. Weather for Today— Fair; Colder. PAGE 1. Myron H. Kent Has Hopes. Heavy Fall of Snow. Some Delay in Traffic. AVreek. on the Northern Pacific. PAGE 2. Ramsey County in Legislature. Attempt io Oust Macaulay. Social News of St. Paul. St. Paul Credit Men Sleet. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Credit Men. l)<-:u h of John Edwards. V. M. C. A. Officers Meet. The Chimes Refuse to Ring. Wyoming; Murderers on Trial. PAGE 4. Editorial. Election Press Comment. Castle Entertains Loyal Legion. PAGE 5. Mark Hanna at a Banquet. South Utikota Election Muddle. Western League Gossip. Farmers Coming to St. Paul. PAGE 6. Western Freight Association. Cash Wheat in Chicngo SOc. Bar Silver 65c. Stocks Steady. PAGE 7. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. White Is Found Guilty. A Slick Check Forger. Rev. Crothers on National Unity. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met— Man in the Iron Mask. 2.30, 8.15. Grand— New York us It Is. 2.30, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAM...

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. — 11 November 1896

2 SfllNT PfIUL. IN SNOWY WHITE. Nature and Yesterday's Brides Were Decked Alike. The wedding of Miss Bertha May Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stewart, to Robert Kenyon Keller, took place yesterday at the Stewart home, on Grand avenue, the service being said by Rev. J. F. Stout, of First M. E. church. Only the inti mate friends of the bride and bride groom and relatives of both were present. Miss Stewart was a member of the Schubert club, and a quartette made up of members of this organiza tion and accompanied by four violinists from the club accompanied the bridal party to the altar with the bridal chorus from Lohengrin. During the ceremony Miss Hope's orchestra, sta tioned on the ground floor, played the "Angels' Serenade." The bride was at tended by Miss Marian Keller and Harriet Rice, the latter acting as flower I girl. The bride's gown was of heavy i white satin. She carried white chry- I santhemums. Miss Keller wore white tulle over silk and carried yellow chry sant...

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. — 11 November 1896

The Approach of the Season When Conehs and Bronchial find I.ung tioi:blos prevail will remind many people that they have heard of ALLEY'S LUNG BALSAI... It is without doubt one of the very best remedies. Jit Diuaatsts. 25g. 50c und si a noitie. MINNEAPOLIS I OFFICE 2tt SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBI LES. Margaret Shiels has begun suit against Faun!; Shiels, to secure a divorce on the ground of desertion. A crowd of young rowdies collected about the Washington school. Eighth avenue south and Sixth street, last evening, and sought to annoy those in attendance at the night school in progress theie each evening. The wero asked to quietly leave the place, but refused to do so. and assistance of the police was asked by the principal. Patrolman Jones went to the corner and dismissed the rowdies. Minneapolis seems to be in a state of re markable healthfuiness. One of the health' Inspectors, Ben Aarons, whose district reaches to Chicago avenue south and the city limits west, says he ...

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. — 11 November 1896

4 THE -TOY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT KEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AXD MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUI.. Address 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 files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Dally and Sanday, per Month .BO Daily and Sanday, Six Moatli- - fU.7B Dally and Suoday, One Year - *5.00 Daily Only, per Month •«> Daily Only, Six Months -- - - $2.25 j Daily Only, One Year - $ 4.00 Sunday Only, One Year ----- BO "Weekly. One Year gI.OO TODAYS AVEATHER. WASHINGTON. Nov. 10.— Forecast for Wednesday: Minnesota and lowa— Fair; colder; northwesterly winds. Wisconsin-Snow, followed by clearing Wednesday: decidedly colder; high north westerly winds. ___.«_. North and South Dakota— Fair: warmer In ; western portion; northerly winds, becoming southerly. , . . Montana— Threatening weather, wit...

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. — 11 November 1896

FIGHT IS TO GO Ofl ___■_»__*_„ OF EDUCATION TO BE CONTINUED BY THE NATIONAL PARTY. THE NATION NEEDS A REST, 31 T THE SILVER AGITATION WILL BK MKT BEFORE THE PEO PLE. »rivlM.i:\ PARTY HAS A RECRI IT. Buttle l':ist ami the One to Come C_— _______ ut a Duneheon Given for Hiuiiih. NEW YORK. Nov. 10.— A luncheon In honor of Mark A. Hanna was given in the banquet hall in the Equitable building today. The host was Isaac If. Seligman. of the house of J. & W. Seligman, and the guests included a number of the most prominent busi ness men and financiers in the city, Beside* Mr. Hanna and Mr. Seligman, the following were present: Ex-Mayor Abram S. Hewitt. Carl Schurz, Seth Low. Edward N. Gibbs, A. G. Paine, J. H. Rhodes, John A. Stewart, Gen. Horace Porter, Cornelius N. Bliss, Sol omon Loeb. Jacob Schiff. Theodore ?Roosevelt. Wm. Barbour, Edward E. Poor. David L. Einstein. Gen. Louis Fitzgerald, Edward Lauterbach, Geo. Coppel, Edwin Einstein. James Mc- Creety, R. Fulton Cutting, D. O. Mills...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 November 1896

6 flit. SHUTE HONORED j ELECTED A MEMBER OF THE W ________ TRAFFIC ASSOCIA TION BOARD. EXECUTIVES IN SESSION. MEETING OF THE OFFICERS OF THE ROADS AT ST. LOUIS. GREAT WESTERN NOT PRESENT, But Wired Its Assent to "What Was ! Done — Passenger Agreement Also Considered. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10.— The executives of the Western Freight association held a meeting today in the Southern hotel to fill vacancies on the board of administration, caused by the declina tions of J. A. Munroe, of the L'nion Pacific and James J. Fletcher, of the j Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis, j The following roads were represented j by the officers named: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, E. P. Ripley, I president: Chicago &; Alton, C. H. Chappell, j vice president and general manag. r; Chicago I k Northwestern. Marvin liughitt. president; H. J. liurt, th rd vice president; Chicago, Bur lington & Quincy, Chicago, Burlington & Northern, Hannibal _ St. Joseph, Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern, C....

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. — 11 November 1896

ARBITRATIO{. IT IS DETAILS OF THE TREATY COVER DM. THE VENEZUFtLAS BOUND ARY DISPUTE. KING OSCAR AN ARBITER. DECISIVE VOTE WILL RE CAST BY TWOS MONARCH OF SWEDEN. LIMIT FIXED AT FIFTY YEARS. I Where Possession for That Time Can Be Shown It Carries Conclusive I'roof of Title. WASHINGTON, Nov. 10.— The king Of Sweden and Norway, Oscar 11., has been chosen by treaty between the United States and Great Britain as the fifth official arbitrator of the Vene- ; zuelan boundary question. The other | four arbitrators are to be designated, I two by the lord chief justice of Eng- j land and two by the chief justice of | the United States. This is the final and most important feature of the treaty for the complete adjustment of the long pending Venezuelan controversy. The treaty was concluded in Washing ton last night at the British embassy, Sir Julian Pauncefote representing her Britannic majesty and Secretary Olney the United States. Since the return of Sir Julian from London three weeks ago n...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 November 1896

8 FIND WHITE GUILTY JTURY THAT HEARS THE STORY OF HIS ATTEJttPT TO KIU TILLIE SCHRUMPF QUICKLY REACH A VERDICT. •Thi. prisoner gives his side of the affair preceding the shooting. tILAMED THE WOMAN FOR IT ALL. Bald Site Kept Sentltiigr for Him to Come to See Her— Their Testi mony Didn't Agree. Henry B. White, accused of shooting and attempting to kill Miss Tillie Schrumpf, in this city, July 26, was found guilty of assault in the first de gree, as charged in the indictment against him, late yesterday afternoon. 80 conclusive was the evidence in the case against White that the jury re quired but little more than an hour in arriving at a verdict. Attorney Bowe, for the defense, will probably, at the opening of court today, move for a Btay of judgment. White occupied the witness stand most of yesterday in detailing his side of the story which led to the shooting. He affirmed that he had endeavored to strangle his sentiment for Miss Schumpf, and declared that when she testified that it ...

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. — 12 November 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 317. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PfirUk Gl^Oß^. THURSDAY, NOV. 12", ISIMJ. Weather for Today— Vnir, Northwesterly Winds. PAGE 1. r"armers Oppose Free Coinage. Sherman Silent on Cabinet Talk. Reprieve of a AVeeW for Kent. Ncyvs of tlie Northwest. PAGE 2. Akmciiil>l> man Lewis Resigns. Conucli Proceedings. Deatlt of Converse K. Ttllitson. Candidates Mont File Their Bills. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Suicide of Albert S. Merlam. PAGE 4. Editorial. l'ear for Junior Pioneers Reviewed. I'oiuiuetttH on Election. PAGE 5. Brnsh's Schemes Defeated. Western League Meeting Held. National League Magnates Meet. Gophers Challenge Wolverines. Gen. Miles' Annual Report. PAGE O. Don M. Dickinson Goes West. News of the Railroads Alabama Improvement Scheme. PAGE 7. Aar Silver, 64 7-Sc. Cash Wheat in Chicago, 78c Wants of the People. PAGE 8. News of the Courts. Needlework Guild's Charities. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met— Gay Parisians, 5.15. Grand— New York As It Is, 5.15. MOVEMENTS 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. — 12 November 1896

2 SfIINT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. ■ €carlet f«ver is reported at 13 West Tenth street and diphtheria at Race and Alaska streets and 510 Pleasant avenue. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Church of the Messiah will this evening hold a "birthday party" at the Deaconess home, 577 Fuller street. Ida Mink, colored, daughter of the propri etor of Hotel de Mink, slipped and fell upon the sidewalk at the northeast corner of Seventh and Cedar street 3, Tuesday evening, and broke her leg. The girl is subject to fits and has little control of herself. Fire shortly after 11 o'clock yesterday did |150 Jtamage to the residence of M. Blooin lngthal, 592 Canada street. The fire started in. The attic in some mysterious manner. The annual meeting of the Christian Citi zens' league ■ will be held- at the House of Hope church Friday evening. William Jones, a colored youth of fourteen years, was picked up by Special Policeman Sheehan, of the Milwaukee road, and ar raigned in the police court yesterday on a c...

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. — 12 November 1896

» CLOAKS * AT ALMOST HALF= PRICE! Jam for TodOV pl^^ $6.50 Jackets $*X QO for 0.Z70 \ Made ° f Extra Heav >' Beaver Cloth, / r^/ /^^k *3>®^S^^fk I 1 reefer front ' trimmed with' buttons, j />r /L W^l\\ j[\ />y high storm collar, pleated back, new )1 > fir r^ style sleeves v^*T j) 11/ $10 Jackets $Z? CA KfJ for V.w^v/ $**^\j\ jjk Diagonal Boucle Jackets, reefer JSsaj^\|^rgggp^ front, with deep facing- of goods; some J^^P^T/jyjJW^fk with inlaid velvet collars and cufFs— $''fflffl/v/r'-w\\m an extremel y stylish garment. JH I $I C\ We ° ffer a Veiy handsome line of Jackets in Ker / SCyS> Beavers > Meltons, Friezes, in black, brown, MiK> W» 1. m < green and two-toned Boucle, with tight-fitting and Franklin fronts, new style sleeves, high storm and coat collars, some lined throughout with all-silk lining; others half lined, and worth $15 and $18. For only $12. A Fine Assortment of Waists and Skirts Just Arrived. The Busiest Women's Department in the West. IfTHE...

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. — 12 November 1896

I THE PflliY GLOBE! IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT MEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AWD MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL, PAPER OB 1 ST. PAUL.. Address alt letter* 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 files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Daily ami Sunday. |>er Month .BO j Dally and Sunday, Six Monthi - 52.7S j Daily and Sunday? One Year - fS.OO ; Daily Only, per Month .40 j Daily Only, Six Month* f 2.25 ! Daily Only, One Year - - «4.00 Sunday Only, One Year ----- 91.R0 | Weekly. One Year »1.00 i TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Nov. XL — Forecast for Thursday: Minnesota— Fair; light northwest erly wfnds. Wisconsin— Generally fair; brisk westerly winds. lowa— Fair; wanner; northerly winds. North and South Dakota— Fair: northerly winds, becoming variable. Montana— Fair; warmer: southerly winds. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United Stat...

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. — 12 November 1896

An Old= Fashioned | Winter | with frozen noses and ears, ten or fifteen feet of snow on a level, ice carnival — ev erything ! It's with us now ! It's going to stay ; and, speaking- of winter and cold, you should see the line of : 38-oz. Frieze Ulsters handsomely finished,stylishly made and fully covered by our guarantee. Genuine, big value garments at $l£. We are selling 400 of them at We have every style of Uls ter made. j Men of Fashion are finding that they can save worry, time, trouble and money by buying their over coats here. We \m& them in every style put out by the best merchant tailors — the only ones we compete with. For an exact dupli cate of our best coat they would charge $7i>.00. Our prices range from $8.00 to $40.00. We want you to consider cost as well as quality when you trade with THE BOS ION. We guarantee both. C. B. BOWLBY & CO. sixth and Robert Streets. BKUSH BERTEfI OUT DOWSED IX THE FIRST BOUT WITH THE WESTERN LEAGVE HAG. NATES. OLD RULE STILL IN FO...

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. — 12 November 1896

6 For Overcoating and Ulster Cloths— Put in all the warmth possible, then add toughness. Cne result is Frieze— lt makes a grand looking- coat, and as ours are made, very swell — now be sensible, get an over yarment. The full moon in November has come, the warm days and nights for this year are o'er; of course you can saw wood, split rails, shovel saow, you can tug at the gymnasium, or hug the stove, and either will help you keep warm, but when you get out walking or riding, going to or from home, or with your best girl, how'll you feel without a good warm coat? Cheeks pinched, nose blue — looking like the horror picture of a "before-and-after taking" advertisement — there's the picture of the man who's going to try and worry through the winter without an overcoat or ulster, and thinks he's smart, or thinks he can't afford it. Not smart a bit, an3"thing but smart, and you can afford it, too, and you'll say so, if you only could see and know how little you need pay for a first-class g...

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