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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 June 1896

OH A OOWH GRADE WHEAT AGAIN CLOSED AT A LOSS YKSTERBAV IX THE CHI CAGO PIT, LIQUIDATION IS A FEATURE. FEAR OF AN INCREASE KEEPS TRADERS OUT OF THE MAR KET. COARSE GRAINS CONTINUE WEAK. Oat Market Fairly Active, but the Close Was at a Small Decline- Corn Slow. CHICAGO, June 26.—Absence of demand kept wheat on the downward grade today. September closed easy at 56 3-8 or 3-Bc, nelow yesterday. Corn closed with l-Bc. loss; oats He; pork and ribs from 2 l-2c. to sc, and lard from 7 l-2c to 10c. The tone in wheat developed early was weak. Later In the day a steadier tone was displayed and a l-2c rally occurred but final figures compared with the close yesterday showed 3-8 to 5-Sc. loss. July liquidation continues to be a fea ture and the fear of the same increasing as the first of the month approaches is no doubt kroping a good many traders out of the market. Lack of speculation, absence of any fresh foreign inquiry and fairly good spring wheat prospects were the Influences whl'jh were re...

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. — 27 June 1896

to Highest of all in Leavening Power. —Latest U. S. Gov't Report __i!k _£-__ U Kt^iifiß^irtf ll___^i_^^_S___r^_____i ? ■ --9___mV__ I fi^C ABSOLUTELY PURE FIVE BY START G. J. SUPREME COURT INDORSES THE POSITION TAKEN BY RAMSEY COUNTY COURT. INTEREST ON CONTRACT WORK CITY LOSES ITS APPEAL IN THE ACTION BY THE MORAN COMPANY. ILAW THAT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. That Providing: for Location of Quarter Sections by County Sur veyor* Will Not Do. Chief Justice Start rendered five de cisions yesterday. Only one Is of local Importance, in which the city of St. Paul Is adjudged liable and must pay to the J. D. Moran Manufacturing com pany Interest on deferred payments for contract work performed. Following are the syllabi: J. D. Moran Manufacturing Co., Respond ent, vs. City of St. Paul, Appellant Syllabus.—A contract between the parties hereto provided that the plaintiff should be paid a stated gross sum for building certain eewers, on the completion and acceptance of the work. It also provided f...

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. — 28 June 1896

PAGES 1 to 12. VOL. XIX.—NO. 180. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLO3E SUNDAY, Jane 2H. Weather for Today- Fair nml Warmer. PAGE 1. (loiikli Carrie* Ramaey Primaries. He Largely Lead** in the State. A Shoemaker Kills a Baker. PAGE 3. ■ Eighth Ward School Troubles. PAGE S. Improving; Reservoir Damn. PopnllMt Connty Convention. Forepangph A Sell* Show Coming:. PAGE 4. Editorial. Alfrlda Loses Her First Race. PAGE 5. Minnesota** Have a Walk Away. PAGE 6. Whitney Expects a Silver Victory. Chicago and the Convention. PAGE 7. McKinley and Sound Money. JRevolt Against Balfonr. Telephone Development. PAGE 8. Attempt to Assassinate the Shah, JMuiiu Battle at Lakeview. PAGE 9, ' \ru<i of Minneapolis. PAGE 10. < __ , St. Panl Defeats Minneapolis. Detroit One Ahead of Indianapolis. Milwaukee Beats Kansas City. Columhus at the Foot of List. JluttliiK Averages, St. Paul Team. Training: Base Ball Players. PAGE 11. The Cost of the Bicycle. * This Week's Bicycle Derhy. Brakes for Bicycles. Satan ...

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. — 28 June 1896

PAGES 1 to 12. VOL. XIX.—NO. 180. BULLETIN OF THE BT. PflrUL GLO3E SUNDAY, June -H. tVentlier for Today— Fnir nml Warmer. I'AGE 1. Clourli Carrie* Ramney Primaries. Jl«- Largely Lead* in tbe State. A Shoemaker Kills a. Baker. PAGE 3. Eighth "Ward School Tronhles. PAGE S. Improving; Reservoir Damn. I'opuliMt County Convention. J oim-iiimimli & Sell! Show Coming. I'AGE 4. Editorial. Alfrida Loses Her First Race. PAGE 5. Minnesota* Have a Walk Away. PAGED 6. "Whitney GxpeotN a Silver Victory. Chicago and the Convention. PAGE T. *gj McKlnley and Sound Money, fttevolt Agnlnitt Balfonr. Telephone Development. PAGE 8. Attempt to AnMaHMlnate the Shah, t-liiim liattle at Uikevlew, PAGE 9. ' Sews of MinnenpoliH. "* PAGE 10. 4 St. I'anl Defeats Minneapolis. Detroit One- Ahead of Indianapolis. Milwaukee Ueatn Kansas City. ColumliuN at the Foot of List. Hatting Average*, St. Paul Team, Training Ilime Ball Players. PAGE 11. The Cost of the Bicycle. Thin Week's Bicycle Derby. HrukeH for Bicycl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

2 he had eaten nothing and did not feel well. He made up his mind yesterday that he would stand no more foolish ness and put his revolver in his pocket so as to be ready for anyone who troubled him. The weapon which is a Smith & Wesson, 38 calibre, is ap parently a new one although Adler claims to have had it a long time. Adler says he was born in Austria, 40 years ago, and came to this country and St. Paul with his wife ten years ago. He at first worked as a laborer on the streets and afterward started a shoemaking shop next door to his resi dence. He has been engaged in this business ever since, and with his wife lives next door to his shop. They have j no children and he has always made a good living. Nilles, the murdered man, has lived In St. Paul for the past seven years and during that time has been engaged at his trade, that of a baker. For the last two years h.e has been in the em ploy cf F. Nueble, who conducts a bakery at the corner of Farrington and University avenues...

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. — 28 June 1896

•-' he had eaten nothing and did not feel •well. He made up his mind yesterday that he would stand no more foolish ness and put his revolver in his pocket so as to be ready for anyone who troubled him. The weapon which Is a Smith & Wesson, 38 calibre, is ap parently a new one although Adler claims to have had it a long time. Adler says he was born in Austria, 40 years ago, and came to this country and St. Paul with his wife ten years ago. He at first worked as a laborer on the streets and afterward started a shoemaking shop next door to his resi dence. He has been engaged in this business ever since, and with his wife lives next door to his shop. They have ; no children and he has always made a good living. Nilles, the murdered man, has lived In St. Paul for the past seven years and during that time has been engaged at his tratfe, that of a baker. For the last two years he has been in the em ploy of F. Nueble, who conducts a bakery at the corner cf Farrington and University aven...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

TREADfELL SqOC BARGAINS. Boys and Youths Tan Shoes, all sizes 98 cents. Boys and Youths Russia Calf Tan Bhoes, all sizes, regular $2.00 shoe $1.48. Tread-well values are always best. Men's Shoes. Men's Fine Satin Calf Shoes, in all styles, 98 cents. Men's Black and Tan Shoes, all ttyles, big bargain, $1.48. Men's Vici Kid Shoes, in all styles. The proper shoe for warm weather, $2.00. Men's Russia Calf Tan Shoes, Razor Toe, $2.50. Wear the TREAD-WELI, $3.00 Shoes. All kinds of Leather —Calf, Kanga roo, Vici Kid, Patent Calf; all styles And widths. Men's, Boy's, Ladies' and Children's Tennis Shoes, 39 cents. Best Tan Polish, 25c kind, 5 cents ihis week. Misses' Tan Spring Heel Shoes, 98 cents, Ladies' New Century Shoe, a reg ular $3.00 up to date shoe at $2.00 this Keek. Low Shoe Bargains. Ladies' Hand-Turned Low Shoes, all sizes, 50 cents. ■Wiles' Tan and Black Hand-Turn ed Low Shoes, all sizes, < 79 cents. Ladles' Tan and Black Hand-Sewed Shoes, in all styles and widths, 98 cents...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

4 THE BdILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AICD MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUI. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per .Month .SO Dally and Snnday, Six Month* - f2.7S Dally ucil Sunday, One Year - *5,00 Dally Only, per Month -.-. - - •4O Dally Only, Six Months - - - fS.ZS Dally Only, One Year ----- #4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - f 1.50 Weekly, One Year ------ f 1.00 Address all letters an/1 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 en band for reference. TODAYS WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June 27.—Forecast for Sun day: For Minnesota, North and South Da kota—Fair, -warmer; variable winds becoming southerly. For Wisconsin —Generally fair, warmer; fresh northwesterly winds diminishing. For Montana—Fair, warmer; winds becom ing southerly. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern. Place. - Tern. Buffa...

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

4 It is || Something Like This: You probably have not bought a Car riage because you thought it would cost a small fortune. If you would drop into our repository we would soon convince you to the contrary. Our stock is very complete, and we v»ish to reduce it at < once. Harness and Horse-Furnishings of every description. Three hundred ' styles to select from. Crisham ! I & Winch II | Third and Wabasha, St. Paul. I• i i AMERICANS WELCOME. Brazil Glad to See Delegate!) from Tills Country. RIO DE JANEIRO, June 3.—Since the revolution of 1893-94 the republic of Brazil has had a great number of diplomatic difficulties with Italy, arising from claims as a result of the execu tion of the Italian subjects during the revolution-. Consequently the diplo matic relations between Italy and Bra zil were at a certan period of last year, upon the point of being Interrupted. In February last, however, an understand ing" was reached between the two pow ers, by which It was decided to submit th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

6 WfUTfIEY IS BLUE 6EI3S NO REASON TO EXPECT ANY THING BUT A SILVER VIC TORY. DISRUPTION OF DEMOCRACY. PRACTICAL. RESULT OF THE AC TION TO BE EXPECTED AT CHICAGO. CRISIS IN THE NATIONAL HISTORY. Plain Duty of Every Citizen to Avert, If Possible, Repudiation, De bußcmcnt and Dishonor. NEW YORK, June 27.—William C. Whitney, at his home today, gave out the following formal interview: "How is the campaign progressing?" "Like 1860, if the truth must be told." "What are the chances of sound money in Chicago?" "Unless the situation changes and our Southern and Western friends are disposed to reason with us no chances whatever." "What do you hear from the South and West?" "Judging by the letters I receive there is no apparent disposition to dis cuss the matter at Issue. I fear It has gone beyond that point." "Have you asked Senators Gorman end Brlce to attend the convention as a party duty?" "No. They have no roason to believe that they could accomplish anything. None of us have." "If a fre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

TflfllfF THE ISSDE REPUBLICAN POLICY INDICATED AT THE BIG CANTON RATIFICA TION MEETNG. TWO TALKS BY M'KINLEY. MONEY QUESTION TOUCHED ON BUT ONLY IN A CASUAL WAY. Tippecanoe and old coon too. Harrison Campaign Recalled to the Old Timers by the Day's Doings at Canton. CANTON, 0., June 27.—Tippecanoe and the Old Coon, too, have been prominent in today's doings in Canton. One of the incidents was connected with an old flag which was a relic of the famous Harrison campaign of 1840, and old veterans tonight say the scenes enacted here vividly recall the stirring incidents of that memorable time. Hourly, trains brought thousands of Cleveland visitors to Canton over two railroads. Delegations came from Apollo, Pa., and various other distant points, until the crowds on the streets tonlgiit are variously estimated at 25, --000 to 30,000 people. Of all the stirring days since the St. Louis convention, none have equalled the enthusiasm and scenes of rejoicing witnessed here this afternoon and e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

8 UfIEASY HIS HEAD i * . ATTEMPT MADE UPON THE LIFE OF THE NEW SHAH OF PERSIA. '> * f EFFORT WAS A FAILURE. WOULD-BE ASSASSIN ARRESTED BEFORE HE COUL.D DO THE DEED. MEMBER OF THE BABIST SOCIETY. Brother of the Same Fraternity as the Kimuile Who Killed the Late Shah. TTFLIS, June 27.—1t is reported here that an attempt has Just been made upon the life of the shah at Teheran. The attempt was unsuccessful, the aa eassin being arrested on the spot. He proved to be a member of the Rabist secret society. Muzaffer-Ed-Dln. the second son of the late shah of Persia, Nazi-Ed-Din, was proclaimed Shah of Persia May 2, 1896. His father, Nazi-Ed-Din, was assas sinated May 1 by a fanatic when about to enter the inner court of the shrine of Shah Abdul Azln about six mileß PROF. CHARLES TITCOMB. Prof. Charles Titcoinb, the organist at First Baptist church, is one of the best known and most highly accomplished organ ists and plaulsts of St. Paul. He began his musical career forty years ago In Bost...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diar/hoea, and all com plaints prevalent in the Sum mer, are quickly cured with PAIN KILLER This good 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 20 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBUELS. Society Gustaf 11. Adolf gives its tenth annual picnic at Lake Park to-day. Dr. John D. Wyatt and Miss Anna Louise Seaberg were quietly married at the Bruns wick Hotel on Monday. June 1, only a few invited guests being present. The Waiter Girls' union will hold a meet ing in the hall at Washington and First avenue south Monday evening, at which Eva McDonald-Valesh will make an address. Clara S. Smith has been granted a divorce from Charles A. Smith by Judge Jamison. She was allowed $2,000 as permanent ali mony. The plaintiff is 26 years of age and the defendant 60. The parties live at Rich field. Judge Pond has signed an order...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

10 PLAYED FIJiE BALL BAINTS BEAT THE MILLERS ON THEIR NEW GROUNDS DE CISIVELY. DENZER PUZZLED MILLERS UHIU: HEALY WAS BATTED FREE LY, AND CARNEY WAS HIT DISASTROUSLY, TEAMS PLAYED BRILLIANTLY. Today the Same Teami Will Meet on the Open Field at the Mln nehaha Driving Park. St. Paul 7. Minneapolis 4. Milwaukee IT, Kansas City 14. Grand Rapids 9, Colnmlrai 8. Detroit 12, Indianapolis 11. Played. Won. Lost P. C. Indianapolis 61 83 18 .647 Detroit 62 32 20 .616 Minneapolis 66 82 23 .682 Kansas City 65 80 26 .646 fit. Paul 54 28 26 .619 Milwaukee 59 26 84 .424 Grand Rapids 58 21 87 .382 Columbus 68 20 88 .846 The rollowtng table shows from what clubs game* have been won and to what clubs games were lost: -fTTTWfT ■ : m . s : : : ;;■;.««■; j '. Indianapolis — 334358733.647 Detroit 6— 3 4 2 1 7 10 82 .616 Minneapolis 2 4 — 6 3 11 6 2 32 .682 Kansas City ....0 26—8456 30.645 St. Paul 2 2 4 6— 8 3 4 28 .619 Milwaukee 1 3 4 3 6— 4 6 26.424 Grand Rapids .. 4 3 0 3 2 4 — 6 21 .362 Columbus .......

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

COST OF A BIGYGLE WHY HIGH-GRADE WHEELS ARE EXPENSIVE—MATERIAL NOT THE ONLY ITEM. WORKMANSHIP CUTS A FIGURE. A GREAT DEAL OP LABOR DOES NOT SHOW ON THE SUR FACE. MATERIAL USED IN GOOD WHEELS Does Not Represent the Total Cost— Where It Cornea In—Many De tails. Almost every day is heard the ques tion: What makes a bicycle cost so much? The questioner has probably heard that the material In a bicycle costs $25 or $30, and fails to under stand why a dealer should charge ; $100 for the same machine in a finished state, says" the New York Mercury. It is Jor his benefit and that of thous ands of others who have been heard to ask the same question that the fol lowing explanation has been prepared. In the first place it must be under . stood that the bicycle business is a very I costly one to operate, even under f avor | able conditions, and owing to the im provements in patents each year this cost is largely Increased. During the past fifteen years there has been a continual improvement in ...

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. — 28 June 1896

12 DOWN GO PRICES On all Summer Goods. We are not going: to carry over any Summer Goods, even though we realize but a fraction or the cost of the goods. SEE THESE BARGAINS: Shirt Waists at Exactly Half of Our Former Low Prices. All our former 48c Laundried Percale ■Shirt Waists, large sleeves; this sea aons's goods, each 24c Ladies' Elegant Shirt Waists, made of ■ fine Percale, Dimity or Batiste; reg ular price 86c. Now, each 43c Ladles' finest quality Persian Shirt Waists, with detached collars, worth Jl.uO. Now, each 80c Dress Skirts, 95c. Ladies' fine all-wool Flannel Dress Skirts, full width, each 95c Underwear, 2%c. Children's Balbriggan Undervests, all sizes, each 2%c Ladies fine Balbriggan Undervests, each. 4c Silk Veiling, Yard, 6c. Fine 18-inch silk Veiling, per yard 6c MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Fine Socks, 6c. lien's fine gauge, seamless cotton Socks, per pair 8c Men's very fine fast black cotton Socks, double heels and toes, Der pair 7VkC Balbriggan Underwear, 16c. Men's fine Bal...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

F*/\GES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 180. LJEOUTS • THBMPI • OfflUIK.; - (Copyrighted. IS9G, by Frank G. Carpenter.) OMAHA, June 26.—One of the great est nerve centers of the late civil war Tyas the telegraph office at the War De partment at * Washington. Through it passed all the dispatches which came from the field, and by it were sent out the orders from President Lincoln and Secretary Stanton to the generals com manding. A corps of the most rapid operators of the country were kept at work manipulating the keys, and best rapid telegraphers of the United States were in charge. Gen. Anson Stager, who had been superintendent of the Western Union telegraph, was the head, and next to him was Gen. Thomas T. Eckert, who is now the manager of the Western Union tele graph lines. Gen. Eckert sustained the closest of relations to President Lincoln, and Lincoln used to chat by the hour with him in the telegraph of fice. Eckert was also a good story teller, and some of the best of Lin coln's stori...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

F»/\GES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 180. UMHEffll • OPIIS. • (Copyrighted, IS3G, by Frank G. Carpenter.) OMAHA, June 26.—One of the great est nerve centers of the late civil war was the telegraph office at the War De partment at ' Washington. Through it passed all the dispatches which came from the field, and by it were sent out the orders from President Lincoln and Secretary Stanton to the generals com manding. A corps of the most rapid operators of the country were kept at work manipulating the keys, and best rapid telegraphers of the United States were in charge. Gen. Anson Stager, who had been superintendent of the Western Union telegraph, was the head, and next to him was Gen. Thomas T. Eckert, who is now the manager of the Western Union tele graph lines. Gen. Eckert sustained the closest of relations to President Lincoln, and Lincoln used to chat by the hour with him in the telegraph of fice. Eckert was also a good story teller, and some of the best of Lin coln's stories were utte...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

14 BOOKS OF THE HOUR ' MISS LILLIAN BELL WRITES ABOUT "THE UNDER SIDE OF THINGS." "AN ETHICAL MOVEMENT." ~ STEVENS CRANE'S NOVEL OF LIFE IN A NEW YOIIK TENEMENT HOUSE. I . WILLIAM BLACKS "MRISEIS." ■*• "A Marriage by Capture"—"ln Sight of tUe Goddess"—"The Folly ot Eustace"—Notes. MM "An Ethical Movement" is the title of a volume of lectures by W. L. Shel '' don, lecturer to the Ethical society of St. Louis. The book is prefaced with a brief account «f the organization of the Society for Ethical Culture in New York and the soread of the movement in the United States and Europe. In the first lecture, "The Meaning of the Ethical ""Movement," Mr. Sheldon discriminates between what he terms *■ the- theological side of religion, which lays emphasis on the terms "God" and "worship" and the ethical side of re . ligion whose keynotes are "doing" and "duty." With many another man, he holds that the grasp of religion upon life is to be restored by throwing the stress upon moral issues, the mo...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 June 1896

14 BOOKS OF THE HOUR •** BUSS LILLIAN BELL WRITES ABOUT Mi "THE UNDER SIDE OF THINGS." "AN ETHICAL MOVEMENT.' STEVENS CRANEJS NOVEL OF LIFE IN A SEW YOHK TENEMENT HOUSES. . WILLIAM BLACKJS "URISEIS." "A llarriaae '»y Capture"—"ln Sight of the Goddess'"—"The Folly of Eustace"—Notes. KN "An Ethical Movement" is the title of a volume of lectures by W. L. Shel don, lecturer to the Ethical society of St. Louis. The book is prefaced with a brief account of the organization of the Society for Ethical Culture in New York and the soread of the movement in the United States and Europe. In the first lecture, "The Meaning of the Ethical ""Movement," Mr. Sheldon discriminates between what he terms tha- theological side of religion, which lays emphasis on the terms "God" and "worship" and the ethical side of re ligion whose keynotes are "doing" and "duty." With many another man, he holds that the grasp of religion upon life is to be restored by throwing the stress upon moral issues, the moral iss...

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