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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

eo?= £2== ooH 5^ ~g ~g coir. 15^5 11 liiiiP Culls, I cent. ——- ~ j ~ —— I Gem. cons, g-\ rH^IVTIIYT^ urn i cent. I IKr \ l\ I I 'ceoL 10 CeniS New Department Monday. EO CentS _^_ In response to numerous requests of the old patrons ——=- of THE BOSTON, we open a I*, Special Laundering Department ,* FOR SHIRTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS. liOllOrS, On , First-Class Work, Up to The Boston Standard. 0011010, I cent. I of till* POPULAR PRICES: MIS, SHIRTS 10 CENTS EACH. ,f b,' lOCenlS COLLARS i CENT EACH. lOCBBB __ CUFFS ...1 CENT EACH. __ cuns, ~r ~" duns, i cent. yhfflsuj/ 'cenL Conors, ®^*M&7£^ mi iris, :— : s = —_^ _ Shirts. to cents ilHii slsisl tocents MUCH LEFT UflDOflE MATTERS OP IMPORTANCE NOT ACTED IJPON BY THE METH ODISTS. THE ADMISSION OF WOMEN AS DELEGATES WILL, REMAIN UN SETTLED FOR ANOTHER FOUR YEARS. SUCCESSOR OF BISHOP FOWLER. bishop Joyce Said to lie an lolo<iuent Preacher and a Man of lii^li Worth. Ths end has come and the general confer ence has adjourned. The date of th...

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. — 31 May 1896

8 GREAT S=CENT SALE! THIS WEEK AT mniniinnPT . iHD OflUliul 8c CO.'S Beginning* tomorrow, and con tinuing- the whole week, we place on sale 25,000 YARDS OF WASH GOODS All at the unprecedented price of Sic Per Yard. Consisting of the following- goods: 5,000 yards of Empire Corded Dimities, a reg-ular 10c goods. Now 5c per Yard. 5,000 yards of Kenilworth Suit ing and Corded Pique, a \2'y*c goods, now go at 5c per Yard. 2,500 jards of Grey lock Zephyrs in the newest patterns, a 12^> c goods, now they go at 5c per Yard. 2,500 yards of Ardmore Per sian Dimity, in Persian stripes and figures, a 10c quality, now they go at 5c per Yard. 2,500 yards of Jaconet Duchesse, a I2^>c quality, now they go at sCper Yard. 1,000 yards of Striped American Iyin en; excellent material for Summer Skirts, now they go for 5C per Yard. 2,500 yards La Belle Crepons, a Yiyi c grade. Now they go at 5c per Yard. 2,500 yards of 2 to 10-yard lengths of Printed Duck and Piques; a 12^c goods. Now they go at 5c...

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. — 31 May 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diar.-hoea, and all com plaints prevalent in the Sum mer, are quickly cured with PAIN KILLER This g-ood old remedy, if kept in the house, will save many sleep less nights, many dollars in doc tor's bills, and no end of suffering-. Price 25 and SO cents a bottle. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Fred D. Greene, secretary of the National Armenian Relief association, of New York, has written to Mayor Pratt acknowledging re ceipt of the $700 which was subscribed to the Armenian sufferers by the school children and j thp citizens. Monday evening the Hcnnepin County Demo cratic league will hold In its rooms in the New York Life building an especial important busi ness meeting. As matters of moment are on the docket all members are requested to at tend. The greatest dramatic event that has been chronicled in this city for many months will be the appearance of Richard Mansfield at the Metropolitan for three nights of the w...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

10 LOST I]t T(IE fllflT}! PHYLE COLLDN>T HOLD OUT AT A WINNING GAIT AGAINST TIGERS. SECOND DEFEAT PREVENTED fiY RAIN, WHICH ALSO STOPPED MILLERS' GAMES AT GRAND ftAPIDS. GREAT DAY FOR HOOSIERS. (They Now Stand Tied With the Apostles for Second Place— Brewers Win One. f ■ Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Detroit 30 21 9 .700 , St. Paul 28 17 11 .607 Indianapolis 28 17 11 .607 Kansas City 31 18 13 .581 Minneapolis 32 17 15 .531 Milwaukee 34 17 17 .600 Cclumbus 33 9 24 .273 Grand Rapids ...30 7 23 .223 The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs games were lost: clubs. Igfll g| * : 2\ : £. 2-S "£ : r Detroit — 1323156 21 .700 St. Paul 1— 1 3 3 3 3 3 17 .607 j Indianapolis 1 1 — 3 1 5 4 2 17 .607 i Kansas City 0 2 0—445 318.581; Minneapolis 4 3 12—31 3 17 .531 : Milwaukee 2 2 1 2 3— 4 3 17.500 Columbus 103110—39 .273 Grand Rapids .... 0220012—7 .233 . Lost 9 11 U 33 15 17 24 23 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Ft. Paul at Detroit. Kansas City at Indianapolis...

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. — 31 May 1896

HEW GOPHER RECORD HOBEHT H. M>CLBARY, OF ST. PAUL, SKT A HOT PACE FOR SCORCHERS IN THE DULUTH ROAD RACE. COVERED A HOI (.11 TEX MILES EH THE REMARKABLE TIME OF 20.07. MICRTK.VS A CLOSE SECOND. A Punctured Tire LoMt Him a I'ohhl ble First Price—Tom Bird Un lucky. Special to the Globe. DULUTH, Minn., May 30.—Duluth's annual ton-mile road race today was ■won by Robert H. McCleary, of the St. Paul Capital City Cycle club, in 2G:07, 'the fastest ten-mile .-ecord ever made In Minnesota. In last year's road race the state record of 27:32 was made by (the dinner, A. C. Mertens, of St. Paal. This year Mertens took second time prize in 26:25. J. P. Burnett, of South Superior, took third time in 27:26^4. THINGS XOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SUKn. Well, if there isnt old Deacon Wayback And show him how a way-up bicyclist can scorching for all he is worth. I will give A little surprise— go. him— ST. MAXIM. MeCleary and Mertens were both scratch men. The handicap was seven minutes. The first place priz...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

12 SAW THE BIG STORIW S. W. KNIFFIN SAYS THE ST. LOLIS CYCLONE COULDN'T BE DE SCRIBED, BECAUSE AS DARK AS NIGHT. C. C. DREW RETURNS FROM THE PROHIBITION CONVENTION AT PITTSBIRG. fiE FOIGHT FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE They Were Defeated by the Vote on th«* "Narrow GauseJJ Substitute —Hotel Gossip. S. W. Kniflin, of St. Louis, was a Mer thants' guest yesterday, and will he here for a day or two. This is his first trip to St. Paul, and he was pleasurably surprised by the general appearance of the city. Mr. Kniflin left St. Louis after the cyclone had performed its deadly work, and was there when it be gan. His residence Is located in that portion of St. Louis which is given up entirely to homes of the better class, and as noted in the dispatches the fearfully destructive wind storm passed through this section. "We could ccc the converging columns of the storm from our house," said Mr. Kniffln, "and when they " A SKIRT THAT ASSUMES THE BLOOMER SHAPE ON THE WHEEL. came the atmosphere at once dark...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

PAGES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 152. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. 5 Q A f& \ CAPES, SUITS, SHIRT WAISTS. \f M^r Bl O P Sr m T%+ c* tiiri ♦, -» \t wr\ t*t\ nf ♦■ %t *» rf s> vr _* ?j Km wtt Jfj)^,^ /\ ». i fit- wmtnwuru ox in- u<xy |l y^" \""^\ "^V* $k* x W~^ • a 4^ IT^k "fl a j3/^v*3&y pies of what you will find. <^£?y, ~jftv^ •:'^ J^vf^K'-'ift^H'mW. pace" for quick sel= X X t-i^OTitiA' All U^/^^tf-*/"! £7 8 /r/W§Bn& «*«"»»* Brocaded sim pt-:iWsm ><Af' Ji-&SS*^^W^\ V* V. *tr^i.i Ef'l if /^ 1 * KCLIirOS. !T,/- :^fi\L, Capes-With fancy lining, jet lh\W/fitk> //M^W^Vd^i !^f^T&^ liner will tint he al- ii ** *V-* i-^VWtlll^ X ill i\VV\/l %**.4L?m 0 / -'^iMI ** and ribbon trimming on the -5^ W/f W^ J/f v, yg?- / />i&^s/i/J f\h*i\ lllla "111 liui uw «i cj yy f^» V£ «—^ V flf "13 flfem neck, full sweep: a very /J»/» aq / V V&Mh&r lowed to lag for an XX May Sales were 2reater than any other Spi ing month in 5 #/;.fJ Wi ; Cape: nsuaHy &ells «p£...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

PAGES 13 to 20c VOL. XIX.—NO. 152. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. i O A /& | CAPES, SUITS^ SHIJRT WAISTS. "^M^f^^^ LgwillnotbealJL^ >^ DGBtltlg All KCCOFCISJ W^^^R^(^ W^ OMi I KW^mPJk* lowed to lag for an XX May SaleS Were greatef tha° a°y °ther Spi lng month in 1 #^Is\ VW*" ** *2.T0 #& llikfi instant during June X our history. To beat that record in June is our ambition, and 8 J^ltM ES* 'i3££K«* roix- dU^N^ r^A K^^^_-^ inhidniuuriiigjuuu we will do some marvelous Cutting and Slashing to attain » tures-skirts 5 yards wille-lined ,^o^'^aHft©^ « I \'^W A *l- ji. 1. i X '«V > . . .<• r . „ . X aw-^' '&--*Tl?f|Sr throughout, velveteen piping- PiVufr'"* -IP \^Y 13 ~^^!7f^W^^^\ A big record to beat ? N/, M that end. If you want to get Double Values, watch our an- X £ 3£ (f£ gfljEffi l > t jfJf/ Jmmt¥^^^^, —Goods must go XijIPSS nouncement^. For Honday we will make Bargain Prices that 8 v^ y -:— < «--tB«" JS"""'^ J'';^ vO.3U;^^j : j^* Il'W V Wi^fiili^ quickly >\> *...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

14 BOOKS OF THE HOUR SOME CHARMIXG ESSAYS ABOUT EN GLISH TRAVEL, BY ALICE BROWN, "ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT." AN INTERESTING STUDY OF JOHN i.\ FAUGH AS POET AND WRITER. COLD DISHES FOR HOT WEATHER. "Tartarin on tne Alps"—A New Edi tion o* the "Verbalist"—"ln the lilue Pike"—Notes. The decay of the essay as a literary form has been deplored by many crit ics, and it has been assumed that we are too much in haste to enjoy the fine flavor of a piece of work which requires leisure as an element in its appreciation. It begins to seem that this assumption was premature, and that the fact that essays have not been read for the last twenty or thirty years is due to the fact that none were writ ten. For the essay is reviving among writers, and readers are not found lacking for Mr. Le Gallienne's grace- ILLUSTRATION (REDUCED) BY ETH EL REED, FROM "FAIRY TALES," BY MABEL FULLER BLODGETT. ful fancies, and Miss Repplier's clever comment on life and books. "By Oak and Thorn" is a book which in charm of...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

delicate colorings, including" floral designs, B% A (i I l^^|g»fcwMWg|^l^^Wj^^^^^^^^^^Mß^g^^^^^^BßE^B^^^^^^^Bß^^B^^^^^^^^^^ ijS -ay Another shipment of Fine Imported Organdies 0 j \ ■% -^9 of -41 #T4-^ V Iff tl tl % W^fc 9 y d w- t> ' (that very sheer kind), in all the latest de- fE« , W3 44 f* *** l 7 v^ <5C E# /fc 111 #1 lwi 0% £• £"° f*^ *^l B^ #• lU'*!*^ iTk £• « Vi re '"te Battinff» a yerX S°°d B"cent /^ /-» signs and colorings; the high-priced stores I Rfl \ ilFPPilfiliO 1H tr 811 iH PS 11 % II dt Pl 4 % PS B^" 7" ' OC ask you 3Sc for this quality. Our special llj j \ §J 1 %*€&*\lll^ fcfii^ UIU 1| %9 *9»9 W€&%*lt e9 I 1 1 VVwi«ll9l 0 We.^ price only IWW ft 1 «9 « Curtain Swiss, large and small dots, | "one case of Fast Black Sateen, full 30 jj L This is th c policy that has made our establishment the most popular one in Minnesota. When jj e e s -^ ard wide.;. others'. low .^ c. l. 2]f.'. *2^ inches wide; tfi\\ » Y>> t proper methods are employed It is an ea...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

16 f| SAIJNfT PAUL SOCIAL. || One of the most charming parties of the season was that given last evening at the home of Albert H. Lindeke, 295 Summit avenue, in honor of the an nouncement of the betrothal of his daughter, Miss Louise, to Rudolph M. "Weyerhaeuser, son of Frederick Wey erhaeuser, the wealthy lumberman. While the engagement has been whis pered about in the inner circles of so ciety for an Indefinite period, it was not until last evening's quiet party that the announcement was made officially. Only a few intimate friends of the family were present. The bride Is the only daughter of the pioneer merchant, and the groom has be^n for some time In charge of the business of the C. N. Nelson Lum ber company, at Cloquet, which was recently absorbed by the Weyerhaeuser Interests. The rank and fashion of the South Bide, Chicago, have a new fad this year. Instead of making up bicycle parties for a spin along the boulevards or a trip to Jackson park, a telephone message is sent to ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

WJIO GETS AUGSBURG f IGHT MAY BE MADE FOR THE IN STITUTIOX IX THE COURTS. UNITED CHURCH LUTHERANS. THEIR AXXUAL MEETIXG TO BE 4JIX IX THIS CITY OX THE 3D OF JVXE. THE IRREPRESSIBLE AUGSBURG. President Hoyme Hasn't Decided Whether to Invoke the Aid of the Courts. The United Norwegian Lutheran Church ef America seemH to be fairly in love with St. Paul. In 1894 it held its first annual meeting in this city, and so satisfactory were the accommodations that all attempts to have the meeting held elsewhere have failed ever since. This year the meeting will be held in the First Swedish Lutheran church, corner of Woodward avenue and John street, and will be in session nine days, beginning next Wednesday morning, June 3. The United church is by far the largest Norwegian organization of any and all kinds in this country, its communicant membership being 110,000. The association consists of about 1,000 congregations, and an exceptionally large delegation is expected at this meeting. The finance...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

18 RPJIG TflE OflDEfiS DOINGS OF THE WEEK IX ST. PAIL SECRET SOCIETY CIR CLES. am— — KNIGHTS TEMPLAR ELECTION. DAMASCUS CO.MMAXDERV SELECTS OFFICERS FOR THE COMING YEAR. OFFER TO STATE ODD FELLOWS. Little Falls Will Give Ten Acres as a Site for the Proposed Home. Damascus commandery, Knights templar, held its annual meeting Tues day evening and elected the following officers: E. C, A. P. Swanstrom; generalis simo, E. P. Sanborn; captain general, E. L. Bean: senior warden, Samuel Iverson; junior warden, George F. Dix; recorder, W. A. Rudd; treasurer, L. E. Reed; standard bearer, J. H. Know!; BwSrd bearer, J. C. Nelson; warder, F. 9 ANNUAL SESSION 11, i Rp 0 F ill, Ira efffi I M mmz®§ V^n ipj] The above is the badge to Tito worn by the Elks who attend ths national gathering at Cincinnati in July. W. Zollman; first guard, W. L. Perkins Jr.; second guard, Paul Gotzian; third guard, J. D. Carroll; sentinel, J. C. Fischer. The Odd Fellows' grand lodge has received one bid for the widows' ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

Good Morning==The People`s wants Are Told Below==Read Them. WftSTS MAY BE LEFT At the followiUK lui»t!on» for Inier tic* In Ihr Unity an.l Sunday Globe, • t the «nmc rate* a* arc cburged by (he uiain office. HAMLIXE. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 KNELLING AVTSNUB. DAYTON'S BLIFP. Sever Westby V^ ug StOFe 67U EAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Arcay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. JIERRIAM PARK. a T Wnnl<u»v Drug Store st^'anthony'Xnd prior a venues. _ St. Anthony hill. Emll Bull toVvq™" 1"1 GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co -Br^ SELRY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Rtraleht Hroa Drus Slore Btf RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS A. A. Campbell ™DrUg 23G RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brackett's Pharmacy VICTORIA 'AND BFSLHY AVgHUgS. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVKNTWI. Hftorirfi Marti DruK Store 8 WABaIhA AND FAIRK-IBLD AVENUE. ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 31 May 1896

20 0 MAYBE YOU THINK THAT YOU HAVEN'T TIHE TO GO ON ONE OF THESE GRAND TOURS. BUT HAVEN'T YOU A FRIEND |f WHOM YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEND? What a glorious chance to secure a grand trip for a deserving member of your Lodge, Society, Legion, Sunday School or Church. It could be easily accomplished by a united effort. Write at once to Manager Summer Cutings for subscription blanks and fuller particulars. X r~ ~~~—~j To San Francisco, To Portland, ©re. f < 5 X JL YOU CAN 60 FREE. *To Seattle and TaCOma, I; Do You Want to Go? -JL I I * < To Yellowstone Park, To Niagara Falls. * —*• 5 ! I I San Francisco Tour via Union Pacific System. Great Lakes Tour via Northern Steamship Go, Yellowstone Park Tour via Northern Pacific R. R. I I 5 . A SUMMER OUTING—From St. Paul to San Francisco and A SUMMER OUTING from St. Paul to Niagara Falls and A SUMMER OUTING—From St. Paul to Yellowstone Park $ t retarn via the Om.ta.Uloo Pacific Sys te ra and connecting .me, SSS&SS^SSSS ISSTS £%££%£?£ »"" fT...

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

VOL. XIX.—NO. 153. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, JUNE X» leather for Today- Fair, Southerly Winds. page: i. Increasing Horror at Moscow. Congress May Adjourn This Week. Morbid CrowilH at St. l.oiiis. Seneca's Cloudburst. PAGE 2. Sntcide of Otto C. Maeklett. .Judgment on St. Louis. A Sunday's Sermons. Monster Sunday School Rallies. PAGE 3. Neivs of Minneapolis. Northrop Talks to Graduates. Stillwater Affairs. PAGE 4. Editorial. Morgan Criticises the President. Waxeca's New Court House. PAGE B. Denver Paralyz.es the Tigers. Millers Win by LueU. Brewers Defeat Buckeyes. Govfip for Bicyclists. PAGE 0. Farm and Household. Vagrant Verse. Markets of the World. PAGE 7. Globe's Popular Want*. PAGE 8. Hainllne Bacculaureate Sermon. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. HAVRE, May 31.—Arrived: La Normandle, New York. QUKENSTOWN—SaiIed: Etruria, New York. SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed: Saale, New "iork. ' The water of Mount Clemens, Mich., is evidently grood for the St. Paul base ball team. _^_ The South ...

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. — 1 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 153. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOSE. MONDAY, JIM) 1. Weather for Today— Fuir, Southerly Windn. PAGE 1. tncrraHlng Horror at Moscow. ConKTCH .May Adjourn This Week. >lorbid CrcmdN at St. Louis. Seneca's CluailbarMt. PAGE 2. Snloide of Otto C. Macltlett. Judgment on St. Loula. A Sunday's Sermons. .Monster Sunday School Rallies. PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis. Northrop Talks to Graduates. Stlllwater Affairs. PAGE 4. Editorial. Morgan Criticises the President. Waseca'a New Court Hoiihc PAGE 0. Denzer Paralyzes the Tlgen, Millers Win I>> Luelc Brewer* Defeat Buckeyes. Gossip lor Bicyclists. PAGE 0. ) itrm and Household. Vaprant Verse. Market* of the World. PAGE 7. Glolic'k Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Hamllne Buccalanronlr Si-rmon. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. HAVRE, May 31.—Arrived: La Normandle, New York. QUEISNSTOWN—SaiIed: Etruria, New York. SOUTHAMPTON—SaiIed: Saale, New York. The water of Mount Clemens?, Mich., is evidently good for the St. Paul base ball team. . _«. Th...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 June 1896

2 SfIINT PfIUL. LESS OF PEAR SOW. Rev. J. F. Stout on the Baals of Divine Appeal. Rev. J. Frank Stout preached yesterday on "The Basis of the Divine Appeal." He said: That God has appealed to the hu man heart is everywhere acknowledged. He calls men from sin and selfishness to puri ty and a Christlike life, calls them to follow Him, counting all things else of little value In comparison with obedience to His com mand. It is as certain that men have a tendency to disregard the divine invitation. They are engrossed in business, pleasure and selfish aims, and with difficulty come to rec ognize any greater authority than self. To enforce the invitation of grace, God ap peals to two things, which, beyond all else, affect human life—the two things which form the contrast of the text—fear and hope; fear of the wages of sin, and hope of eternal life; both are intended, and It shall be for ever obligatory on the heralds of the cross to enforce the divine invitation by appeals to fear and hop...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 June 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOI'RTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBILES. J. R. Clark, president of i.he Highland Fruit association, cl I oisiya.tif.iia, Cal., is in the city, after an absence of about nine years. The Pythian general committee has ar ranged tor an entire weoS's benaf.t at the bijou opera house, cosair-enclng Sunday mat inee, June 7. Gapt. D, W. Knowiton, assistant inspect or geneiv.l or. the szati of Gen. Bend, has forwarded his resignation to brigade head quarters. Claranee A. Marshall, of the Northwestern Conservatory of Mu»i«, has been appointed vice president fi>r Minnesota, of the Music Teachers' Nat'onai association. The annual meeting- (Si the body v.iil bo held In Denver In July. Thomas' orchestra will be in at tendance during the sessions. Next Yi'o-dnosda.y night flve-y^ar p&rvloe medals will be presented to the following members of company I, who have completed a term of enlistment: Sftrgeunts A. Q. Rogers, A. H. Smith and P. R. Ja.-vlp. Lieut. J. C. Andr...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 June 1896

* THE BfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OP ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES? Payable 1b Advance. Dally an«l Sunday, per Month .5O Dully ami Sunday, Six Month* - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - ?5.00 Daily Only, per Month - - - - .•*<> Dally Only, Six Months - - - #2.Z5 Daily Only, One Year ?4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - fI.SO Weekly* One Year - - fI.OO Address all letter* anrt telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 617, 'JEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON •UREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the G1 ob • always kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May 31.—Forecast for Mon day: .Minnesota—Kair; winds shifting to southerly. Wisconsin—Fair; warmer; light northerly winds. lowa— Generally fair; northerly winds, be coming variable. The Dakotas—Generally fair; warmer; southerly winds. Mod I ana—Generally fair; southerly to west erly winds. GENEFAL ...

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