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

8 IT SHUT THEH OUT FRIENDS OF AIGSBURG NO LONGER A PART OF THE UNITED CHURCH BUT ONE DISSENTING VOTE MOTION TO ARBITRATE TO SECIRE CONTROL OF THE SEMINARY PROPERTY" WAS VERY PROMPTLY TABLED. Appointment of Committee* nnd Cle;i"iil As*:»nms-nt* Co:ielude«l Conference A large part of the two sessions of the annual meeting of the United Church yester day was devoted to the friends of Augsburg, the matter being disposed of by passing resolutions as enumerated below: The committee had amended paragraph 12 to the effect that the 12 suspended churches shall be formally excluded from the* United Church January l,lß97,provided that they do not make satisfactory amends before that time. Several speakers said that the suspended churches had de facto withdrawn from the United Church, and that it was not proposed to expel or excommunicate them. Rev. E. E. Gynild, of Willmar, made an able plea for tl>o" suspended churches and predicted trouble for' the United Churches if para graph 12 was pass...

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 June 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 163. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. THURSDAY, JUNE 11. Weather for Today— Fair and Cooler. PAGE 1. Mnrylnnd and Connecticut fo*r Gold. Congrens sure to Adjourn Today. St. LonlH Auditorium Dedicated. 1j» jiiorrut* Ready for the Fight. PAGE 2. I.nilics Prepare for Encampment. New Board for Angalinrg:. Seven Decisions by Collins. The Clone at Macalettter. Cost of Lighting the City. Three Policemen Lone Stars. McCardy Signs the Paving Contract. News of Stillwater. PAGE 3. Minnesota Democrats Banqnet. Lookey Talks for Sonnd Money. PAGE 4. Editorial. Clans Day at the High School. Bummer Social Affairs. Fatal Work of a Scorcher. Farmers at the State School. page: s. noosiers Beaten By Bnokeyi, Gold Bugs Defeat the Brewers. PAGE 6. Globe's Summer Tours, page: ?. Cash Wheat in Chicago 57 I -*,-. Bar Silver 01 l-2e, Semi-Panic in Wall Street. PAGB 8. Attorney Trayson's Search "Vain. Minnesota Odd Fellow* in Sexslon. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan—Mansfield, H.IT.. Market Hall—D...

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. — 11 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 163. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrtJL GLOBE. THURSDAY, JUICE 11. iVeather for Today- Fair and Cooler. PAGE 1. M:iryi:m<i and Connecticut for Gold. CoiiKreNK Sure to Adjourn Today. M. Loulfl Auditorium Dedicated. Democrats Ready for the Fight. PAGE 2. I.:nll«-x Prepare for Encampment. New Board for > iiic*lmi i'if. Seven Decisions by Collins. The Clowe at Maealester. Cost of Lighting the City. Three Policemen Lose Stars. BleCardy Slffna the Paving Contract. News of Stilltvater. PAGE 3. Minnesota Democrats Hanqnet. Loclcey Talks for Sound Money. PAGE 4. Editorial. ( liish Day at the High School. Kit turner Social Affairs. 1 'hljil Work of n Scorcher. Farmer* at the State School. PAGES 5. Hooilen Beaten My Buckeys. Gold Hii«n Defeat the Brewer*. PAGE 6. Globe's Summer Tours. page: 7. Cash Wheat in Chicago 57 l-Bc. liar Silver iil l-20. Semi-Panic in AVall Street. page: 8. Attorney Trayson'i Search Vain. Minnesota Odd Fellows In Session. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan—Mansfi...

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 June 1896

2 SfJINT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Division Xo. 4. Daughters of Erin, will hold a Gime social in St Michael's School Hall this evening. ,-_ Fr. Gleason, of St. Peter Claver's Church, announces that the strawberry festival there will be continued this evening. THE BUSY WORLD. Chas. Joy was among Monday's arrivals at The Windsor, New York. W. C T. U. will hold a meeting at Conover Hall Thursday at 3:30.- An adjourned meeting of ex-prisoners or war will be held at court room No. 5, City Hall to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. AH ex prisoners of war are cordially Invited. MEETING OP REBEKAHS. Presentation of the Charter by W. G. >je. The Rebakah assembly opened at Central hall yesterday morning with Mrs. Helen K. Fcwler presiding. The tendering of the charter by Past Grand Master W. G. Nye was the first business to come up and the pres ident made a graceful acknowledge ment cf the same. The assembly de gree was conferred by Past Grand Mas ter W. H. Wells. Committees were elected and the ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 June 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. YOUfIGPfI AS HOSTS LEADING DEMOCRATS OF THE STATE ENTERTAINED IN THE MILL CITY* THEY DINE AT THE NICOLLET, THE BANQUET BEING AN ENJOYA BLE PRELIDE TO THE STATE CONVENTION. 4IUCH ELOQUENCE ON TOAST. Best Speakers of the Party Make Re- MtonscK to the Sentiments Expressed. Last evening the first annual banquet Of the Young Men's Democratic club was held at the Nicollet house. It was a most successful affair both in point of attendance and In the responses to the toasts* After the assembled gen tlemen had disposed of the excellent menu, the toastmaster and president, William Baldwin, set forth the aims of the young democracy and then intro duced the first speaker, Maxil D. E. Robb, who delivered the address of welcome to the guests of the club. He was followed by A. D. Smith, who responded to "Unanimity of Action is Essential;" Albert Dollenmayer spoke of "The Press;" Hon. John C. Netha way, of Stillwater had the toast "Young Democracy," and J...

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 June 1896

4 THE BflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. "SUBSCRrPTiON RATES. I'a jiilile in Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Mon<hf - *3.75 Dully and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Daily Only, per Month - *• - - <4O Daily Only, Six Months - - - #2.25 Dully Only, One Year ----- $1.00 Sunday Only. One' Year - - - - fI.SO Wcelily, One Year ------ fI.OO Address all letters anrt telegram* to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 617. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept Dn hand for reference. AVeather for Today. WASHINGTON, June 10.—Forecast for Thursday: For Minnesota—Local rains In northern fair In southern portions; increasing southerly Winds; cooler in extreme northern portion. For Wisconsin—Fair, light to fresh south erly winds. For South Dakota—Fair in southern portion local rains in northern porti...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 June 1896

TRIIiBIES Ofi SALE EI'WORTH LEAGI'E AUCTIONED OKp THE GIRLS BY A SHOW OF THEIR ANKLES, PAID THE PREACHER'S SALARY. SPORT FOR THE YOUNG PEOPLE WHO LKAHXED MICH ABOUT ANATOMY. ALL>S NOT GOLD THAT GLITTERS. Some of the Prettiest Girls Went for Ridiculously Low Figures There. Probably the most novel- method of raising money with which to pay a church debt ever put into practice was that adopted by the Epworth league connected with the Method ist church at Suffern, N. V., recently. The pastor, Key. Mr. Kicffer, was about to quit his charge. He had received a call to a wider and more promising field of labor. The Suffern church, however, was in ar rears to him for his salary, and he made a demand upon the trustees for the amount due him, But there was no money in the treas ury, and as the members of the church were •poor none could be had. In this dilemma the Epworth league undertook, the task of raising the amount. Mrs. T. Moore, secre tary of the league, has almost grown gray in devi...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 June 1896

"ON PLEASURE BENT" DO YOU WANT TOGO? The Globe Summer Outings ABSOLUTELY Yellowstone Parlf Tour via Northern Pacific BallroaJ. A SUMMER OUTING— From St. Pan* to Yellowstone Park and return over the Northern Pacific Railroad. There is no mor« fascinating- tour in all the West than thro' this strange land, which lies concealed in the bosom of the Rockies, with its grand scenery, canyon and falls, Its geysers, mammoth hot springs, mud spring's, fossil forests and other wonderful curiosities. This ticket includes transportation, double Pullman berth and meals in dining- car both ways; also five and one-half days' staging in the Park and fiv« and one-half days' meals and lodging in the hotels of the Yellow stone Park Association. The Globe Summer Outing Ticket good from July 20 to October 1, 1896, and from any intermediate station, and stop off at any station on the Northern Pacific Railroad". ABSOLUTELY WHO ARE TO MAKE THESE GRAND TOURS? The five persons from whom the GLOBE receives, be...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 June 1896

SEESAW WHEAT DflY AS A XX 1 RKSI I,T THE MARKET CLOSED ONE CENT LOWER. A BREAK AT THE CLOSE. __T MIDDAY A RUSH TO COVER: SHORTS CAUSED A SHARP RALLY. COUX XOT INFLUENCED GREATLY. Tii«-\|i«-<-i«'<l Strength Shown In the Fnce of the \Vcnkiicns Devel oped in Wheat Pit. CHICAGO, June IC—Wheat had a game of *cc saw today, the net result of which was a decline in July of lc from yesterday's close. Corn held surprisingly well, and closed un changed as did oats. Provisions made slight advances. There was an active wlieat mar ket, with fluctuations comparatively wide. The market opened with the prevailing sentiment bearish. There was a rush to sell, and with no apparent support the price broke easily and quickly. A feature during the excitement was the widening of the July-September •pread from % to lc. At this point there waa a halt. Sellers were well exhausted, the stop Jor.s orders were out of the way and It waa discovered that several heavy dealers had been picking up- on the break...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 June 1896

SEESIIW WHEAT DRY AS A NET RESLLT THE MARKET CLOSED ONE CENT LOWER. A BREAK AT THE CLOSE. IA.T MIDDAY A RISH TO COVER SHOUTS CAISED A SHARP RALLY. Corn not influenced greatly. llaexpected Strength Shown In the Face of th»- Wcakneds Devel oped In Wheat Pit. CTIICAGO, June IC—Wheat had a came of *cc saw today, the net result of which was a decline in July of lc from yesterday's close. Corn held surprisingly well, and closed un rhanged as did oats. Provisions made slight advances. There was an active wheat mar ket, with fluctuations comparatively wide. The inarkPt opened with the prevailing sentiment boorish. There was a rush to sell, and with no apparent support the prife broke easily and quickly. A feature during the excitement was the widening of the July-September epread from % to lc. At this point there was a halt. Sellers were well exhausted, the stop Joss orders were out of the way and it was discovered that several heavy dealers had been picking up-on the break. This persistent...

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. — 11 June 1896

8 •wir** /iprHhAii ¥rt TiHTV-i teen States be thirteen ©tripes, altern- Hl<\ IN V QIN ate red and white, that the Unicn be- Jll/J JCnI\U(l IJI JinJ^l thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new.,, constellation. " ATTORXEY GRAYSON QUITS ST.PAUL SIMMER SOCIAL AFFAIRS. AFTER AX UNPLEASANT EX- **T^SL*5 ~ «i. PERIEXCE. Weddlngmami Event* Thas Fnrniih Interesting: Gossips. 1 Miss Katherfne O'Brien, daughter, of Mr. ._ and Mrs. James O'Brien, and Joseph E. CAME TO SEEK A FRIEND. Kelley, of White Bear, were married yes terday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's • ■ church. church. After a trip via the Great Lakes FELL BY THE WAYSIDE AND IXTO they wUI be at home at white Bear Lake. THE CLUTCHES OF THE Mis Ruth Mahoney, daughter of M. F. Ma- POLICE honey, will be, marjted June 16 to Joseph D. Farrell at the church of Our Lady, of , . Mount Carmel, Chicago. Mr. Farrell has recently been appointed postoffice Inspector BELD AS A SUSPECTED THIEF, in St. Paul. The Y. M. C. A. Bicy...

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 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 164. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. FRIDAY, JINE 12. Weather for Today— Fair and Warmer. PAGB 1. Democrats for Doran and Gold. Delejgate<* to Chicago Named. All McKinlcy Men Being; Seated. PAGE 2. Olaf Blixt Guilty. Schiffmnn'N Gift to Odd Fellow*. Brewer* Make Sour Mash of Saints. PAGB 3. ConßrrMK Han Adjourned. Polk County Jiklk<> Suicide*. PAGK 4. Editorial. Gohslp RpgnrdliiK the Platform. Vice Presidential PoßMibllitlen. PAGB 5. Lutheran Synod Adjourns. Four St. Paul Burglara Sent I p. MlnneapoliM Matters. \i-«s of the Nortbwent. Boom for Black Will*. Road. PAGE 6. Globe's Summer Tours. PAGE 7. Markets of the World. Wheat Decidedly Wild. Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. High School Commencement. EVEXTS TODAY. Metropoilan-ManKncrd 8 1/5. Hlgrh School Hall—Alumni, 8. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. BOSTON, June 11.—Arrived: Crotia, Ham burg. MARSEILLES—Arrived: Burgundia, New York. GLASGOW—SaiIed: Anehorla, New York. NEW YORK—Sailed: Georgia, Stettin. BALTIMORE—S...

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 June 1896

2 SfJINT POUL. FROM 24 STATES. Come the Delegates to Tomorrow's Slavonic Conference. Tomorrow will begin the convention cf the National Slavonic Beneficial society, which includes the, majority of Bohemians in twenty four of the United States, continuing until the following Saturday. The delegates will be quartered at the Metropolitan hotel and will be here in the morning. P. S. C. S. hall on West Seventh street by noon will be the scene of a reception and banquet which the local society will tender to the delegates. At that time Mayor Doran will deliver the address of welcome. C. Schimmick, of lowa City will make a speech, as will also L. Pol der, both of whom have considerable of a rep utation as speakers. The program for Sunday is a picnic at Bonholzer park. Monday the session of the grand lodge will open with President Mattousek, of Chicago in the chair. Among the divertisements that will be afford ed the delegates, who will number 150, will be the prfs'-ntatlcn of the two act d...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

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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. — 12 June 1896

4 THE BfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL~FaFer" OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO Daily and Sunday, Six Months - f2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month ----- .4O Dally Only, Six Month* f2.85 Daily Only, One Year ----- ?4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - ?1.."»O Weekly, One Year ------ fI.OO Address all letters an/1 telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. ■Eastern advertising office, room 617. lemple court euilding, new YORK. .WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept bn hand fcr reference. MINNESOTA ALL RIGHT. On the one engrossing public ques tion Minnesota Democracy spoke yes terday most significantly. It was not alone in the language in which the ma jority clothed their opinions on the question of a monetary standard, but in the large attendance of delegates and the -earnestness with which each Bide contended for t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

FINISHED ITS WORK CLOSE OF THE A\\l AL MEETING OF THE IXITI'D NORWEGIAN CHURCH. APPROPRIATIONS ARE PASSED. 6KVFHAL IMPORTANT COMMITTEES HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE LIST. RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS MADE. Madison Normal School Receipt* to Go Into the Treasury—Touch inns' Farewell AddreNtteN. The delegates to the annual meeting of the United Church were rather slow in getting ready for work. The attend ance was good throughout • the day, and a large amount of business was ■"-■..•'-■','. ' ' ■ ■■■■'■'■.".■■ ■'.' ■ ■■■ PROF. A. WKENAAS. President of Augsburg seminary since •Its establishment a>t Marshall, Wis., 1869 to 1376; now pastor of a congrega tion at Volden, Norway. disposed of. The following general appropriations were made:. Teachers' salary, United Church Sem inary $3,£00 Rent, United Church Seminary 1,000 Rent for students' lodgings, United Church Seminary 400 Hent for rooms fcr Frof. E. G. Lund 360 -Salary of President Hoyme 1.500 Salary of Secretary Rev. J. C. Jenson.. 200 Salary o...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

"ON PLEASURE BENT" DO YOU WANT TOGO? The Globe Summer Outings ABSOLUTELY Yellowstone Parfc Tour . via Northern Pacific Railroad. A SUMMER OUTING—From St. Panl to Yellowstone Park and return over the Northern Pacific Railroad. There is no more fascinating tour in all the West than thro' this strange land, which lies concealed in the bosom of the Rockies, with its grand scenery, j canyon and falls, its geysers, mammoth hot springs, mud springs, fossil forests and other wonderful curiosities- This ticket includes transportation, double Pullman berth and meals in dining car both ways; also fivo and one-half days' staging in the Park and five and one-half days' meals and lodging in the hotels of the Yellow- . stone Park Association. The Globe Summer Outing Ticket good from July 20 to October 1, 1896, and from any intermediate station, and stop off at any station on the Northern Pacific Railroad. neseLUTELY WHO ARE TO MAKE THESE GRAND TOURS? 'T he five persons from whom the GLOBE receives...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

WHEAT PIT WILD Late sensational crop damage reports caught the crowd all short. AN ADVANCE ON COVERING. M'TKH IT WAS ALL OVER WHfc^AT WAS NOT GREATLY CHANGED IN PRICE. Stock market firm in tone. L«*hm Activity «hown on the New York Board But the Clowe Was Higher. CHICAGO, June 11.—A sudden jump in the French market of 2V£ cents set the local •wheat market on edge, and the early loss caused by the government crop report was regained, July closing practically unchanged. Corn closed %c lower, and oats Vi@%e lower. Provisions, on the contrary, made substan tial advances. Wheat attracted a good deal of attention, the market ruling most activp. Apart from the influence of the government report, there was nothing to seriously dis turb the longs. Foreign markets opened lower, but this was expected in view of the decline here yesterday, and later showed soma recovery. The fluctuations were rapid. The market had the wildest sort of fluctua tions within the last half hour; sensational . damage...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

WHEAT PIT WILD tATK SENSATIONAL CROP DAMAGE KIM'ORTS CAUGHT THE CROWD ALL SHORT. AN ADVANCE ON COVERING. AFTER IT WAS ALL OVER WHbAT WAS NOT GREATLY CHANGED IS PRICE. tTOCK MARKET FIRM IX TONE. LeNN Activity sliovrn on the New \ urk Hoard But the Clone Warn Higher. rillf'AOO, June 11.—A sudden jump in the French market of 2.% cents set the local ■wheat market on edge, and the early loss caused by the government crop report was regained, July closing practically unchanged. < orn closed VnC lower, and oats %<fa%c lower. Provisions, ou the contrary, made substan tial advances. Whfat attracted a good deal of attention, the market ruling most activp. Apart from the influence of the government !, there was nothing to seriously dis turb the loiiß.s. Foreign markets opened lower, but this was expected in view of the decline here yesterday, and later showed 1 ml ■ recovery. The fluctuations were rapid. The market had the wildest sort of fluctua tions within the last half hour: sensatio...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 June 1896

8 CEfITHAIi'S'96 GLASS CELEBRATES ITS OUTGOING WITH A DESERVING PROGRAMME AT THE PEOPLES' CHURCH. FAIR MAIDENS TAKE HONORS. BUSS MYRTIS BUDLONG IS THE VAL EDICTORIAN OF THE CLASS OF '96, LULU HOLMES SALUTATORIAN. Tin- Latter Has a Versified Address* In the Characteristic Metre of Longfellow. People's church was packed from gal lery to main floor last night when the commencement exercises of the class of '96 of the Central high school were held. Theprogramme opened with an over ture to William Tell by Miss Gale, fol lowed by a chorus number, "The New Hail Columbia," by the class of '96, ' directed by Prof. Congdon. The salutatory was excellently given by Miss Lulu Holmes. It was in part as follows: Four years ago next September, In the great hall of the High School, Bat the poor, despised Freshmen; Strong in number, just four hundred, There awaiting the begining Of the end that was to follow, And since then we've worked and studied; Having, too, the fun and pleasure That have made ti...

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