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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

1* to elect hipi, while Teller on an inifßrl pendent ticket, woulacarry many sli ver states out of the Democratic column. Quite as interesting as the candi dates and booms were the several con spicuous figures who had arrived on the scene of action. Senator Hill, ex tSecretary Whitney and ex-Gov. Flower came in for marked attention. Mr. Hill, in particular was besieged by an eager crowd, for although the New York senator has been prominent in public lite, he has not been a familiar con vention figure, and there was a general desire to see him. He received all comers affably, but as the morning advanced, the miscellaneous reception gave away for the serious work ahead of the senator and his associates. Mr. Whitney's smile gave little evidence of anxiety as to the result. He was a very busy man. the various elements op posed to silver seeming to look to him to devise the means to stem the silver tide. At the Sherman house, where the sil yer forces rule, there was the some what tense f...

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. — 5 July 1896

GLOUDED If* DOUBT LITTLE LIOHT CAST UPON THE PROBABLE NOMINEE BY SAY'S EVENTS. BOIES STOCK IS BOOMING. RUMOR SAYS ALTGELD WILL HELP OUT THE FARMER OF MIS SOURI. STRONG "CABLE" BEHIND TELLER. Weakness of the Sliver Men Is In Their Inability to Get Them selves Together, CHICAGO, July 4.— The arrival of Boies, and the announcement that thir ty of the Illinois delegates would sup port him sent the stock of the lowa candidate up today. The Boies men claim considerable acquisitions of strength in the uninstructed delega tions, and, because these delegates are not instructed, they refrain from lo cating them. The Bland boom is grow ing more active and more aggressive each day, and today his backers push ed their figures up several notches, claiming 188 delegates already pledged. There was a story afloat tonight to the effect that Gov. Altgeld, who re turned to the city today, and who is ambitious to be the Warwick of the convention, had thrown the weight of his influence to the Missouri fa...

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. — 5 July 1896

4 THE JpgIIY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, _ COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA ST9. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRiPTiON^ATES~ Payable in Advance, Dally and Sunday, per Month .5O Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f 2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Daily Only, per Month .... .40 Dally Only, Six Mouths ... 92.25 Dally Only, Cue Year ..... f 4.00 Sunday Only. One Year .... S I. SO Weekly, One Year ... fI.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul, Mian. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. IrVASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept •n hand for reference. "WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON, July 4.— Forecast for Sun day: Minnesota and the Dakotas— Fair; warmer; Vinds becoming southerly. Wisconsin — Fair until Monday night; •warmer; fresh northwesterly winds, becoming •outhwesterly. Montana — Fair, variable winds. TEMPERATURES TEMPERATURES Bismarck SO-S2 Cincinnati 80-84 Boston 58-62 Helena ...

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. — 5 July 1896

CLOSEST HRGE YET BADGER STATE CREW DEFEATS THE MINNESOTA BOAT CLUB AT MINXKTONKA. NEW LAURELS FOR MADISON. CHERRY WEARERS MAY NOW SYM PATHIZE WITH THE NEW HAVEN FRESHMEN. IT WAS CLOSE TO THE FFNISH. JLnd But for tl»e Crowding; of Steam er* Might H*ve Beeii Even Closer Yet. Andy O'Dea's yarra-yarra stroke and the perfect form of the Badger crew, assisted by the steam launch Victor., won the great eight-oar race at Lake Minnetonka yesterday, the Wisconsin shell finishing barely a quarter of a -length ahead of the Minnesota boat in , 10:42. The race was scheduled to start at 6:15, but an accident to the Wis consin boat caused a delay of nearly two hours, and it was even feared at one time that a postponement would be necessary. The boats had been lined up and the starting gun fired, but be fore ten strokes had been taken No. 3'a footboard in the Wisconsin boa.t snapped and Starter Heffelflnger called the crews back. ODea ordered his men back to Lake Park and at once began repairing the...

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. — 5 July 1896

c FOUflTtf I|J ST. PAUL ——————— m v JT WAS CELEBRATED WITH PLEN TY OF ENTHUSIASM AND FIRE ' WORKS. LAKE RESORTS ARE POPULAR. TTHOI SAXDS FIND PLEASURE AT WHITE BEAR, COMO AND MINXETO-NKA. NO SERIOUS CASUALTIES REPORTED In Tills Particular It Wus a Most Kemurkablr Day — How the Time Wan Spent. Noisy discharges of fireworks, that began early on Friday evening and ceased only with the opening hour of Sunday, were the most noticeable feat- Tires of the Fourth of July in St. Paul. A seemingly never-ending exodus to the lakes and to the country began yester day morning. White Bear lake was a particular favorite with thousands, but the rivor excursions also attracted | enough people to tax the capacity of the boats. Como park had a respect able quoto of visitors and picnickers during tlu> day, but it was not until, evening, after the ball games were over, that the young folks tested the extra cars to their limit. Shakopee, Red Wing, Jordan and other near-by towns drew several hundred pe...

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. — 5 July 1896

f IN LABOR'S REALM?) ASSEMBLY HALL BULLETIN. Meeting* to be Held This Week. Typographical Union No. 30 (2:30 p. m.). Today Typographia Mo. 13 (10 p. m.) Today Hack and cab drivers (8 p. m.) Today Socialists, Scandinavian section (2:30 p. in.) i Today A. R. U. No. 214 (8 p. m.) Monday Tailors (8 p. m.) Monday Stage employes (11:30 p. m.) Tuesday Carpenters (8 p. m.) Tuesday Harnessmakers (8 p. m.) Tuesday Retail clerks (8 p. m.) Wednesday Clgarmakers (8 p. m.) Thursday Bricklayers (8 p. m.) Thursday Trades and Labor Assembly (8 p. m.) Friday Iron molders (8 p. m.) Saturday Bakers (8 p. m.) Saturday Brewery workers (8 p. m.) Saturday There Is a movement on foot among those in the city who are interested in co-operative work looking towards the organization of a co-operative col ony, to be located in Minnesota, and to Include within its line of work not only that of agriculture, but all those In dustrial enterprises which are neces sary or useful for the welfare of Its members. There a...

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. — 5 July 1896

8 There Are Others Besides the GOLD, Some Good, Some Bad, But the Best of All Is jm BORTON CURE For the Liquor, Tobacco or Drug Addictions. The BORTON Treatment was brought into existence through scientific research by Dr. T. A. Borton, a physician of 40 years' practice, at Plymouth, Ind., 13 years ago, since which time it has been in constant use. The REMEDIES are strictly VEGETABLE in every sense, and are absolutely guaranteed not to leave any bad effects on the system. Over 10,000 Cures ftoYe Been Effected in Borton Institutes Tnrougnout tne United States I .. WE CHALLENGE • • |•• WE POSITIVELY GUARANTEE .71 . . REHeTiiBFP^T^ S mi Any and all other CURES to discover and pub- ;^|| To eradicate all desire for intoxicating drtnk, tobacco op drugs from the sfs We guarantee a cure # Hsh a SINGLE case of a BORTON GRADUATE pR system. Our treatment varies, and is made to fit the ease, and in treat- «< To leave the mental facililie I I whose health, mental or physical, has been im- SB ...

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. — 5 July 1896

Geo. D: Todd £~\ Mayor of Louisville, writes: Hi |*3* Jzh HAVING used the JOHANN Hoff'B *dsmMfst Malt Extract, it pleases me to .Til^H^m./^. speak of It as an excellent tonic /^ / -- Ask for the Genuine Johaan Hoff't V_^/ Malt Extract. Avoid Substitutes. MINNEAPOLIS. office: au south fourth stiicet. MINNEAPOLIS (iMIIULHS. The installation of the new officers of the Epworth league of the Bloomington avenue Methodist church will take place this morn ing, following the sermon. The funeral of James A. Hanson, who died at Asbury hospital Friday, will take place to day at 2 o'clock from the family residence. 940 Klghteec-and-one-half avenue, north east. Interment at Hillside. An interurban car ran off the track at .Washington and First avenue south about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, causing a block ade which wa* some forty-five minutes be ing cleared. No one was injured. Burglars entered a residence at 2500 Flf ■teenth avenue south lß^t evening and g_ot away with two gold watch&s an...

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. — 5 July 1896

10 FIFTH OH THE FIFTH *T. PAIL WAS FOI'RTH ON THE FOURTH BIT THEM STARTED \ DOWN. MILLERS WON BOTH GAMES. (HE FIRST TIME, SAINTS FORCED THEM TO PLAY ELEVEN IN. KINGS. Bit the second was shorter. }ia»(liiKs Again Proved a I'uxxle to the St. Paul Bntmnen— Denser Batted Freely. * Jllnni'apolls 8, 9, St. Paul 5, 5. K 11 11 sum city IS, 12, Milwaukee T, 3 Indianapolis 4, 7, Culuuibui 3, 2 Detroit 7, 6, Grand Rapid* S 2 Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Indianapolis .... ..38 39 19 .872 Detroit 69 35 24 .593 IVlinneapolis 61 35 28 .574 Kansas City 61 33 23 .541 St. Paul 80 Si 29 .517 Milwaukee 65 28 37 .431 Grand Rapids 64 23 41 .431 Columbus 64 22 42 .344 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Minneapolis at St. PauL • Indianapolis at Columbus. , Grand Raplas at Betroit. ' Milwaukee at Kansas City. The following table shows from what cluba games have been won and to what cluba games were lost: 1 rtTm«j » §. • S 2? g& I . O I fcLLiiS. p » » 5 5 c X- J <* Indianapolis — 6 3 4 3 5 8 10 39 .672 Detroi...

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. — 5 July 1896

10 FIFTH Ofl THE FIFTH 9T. PAIL WAS FOIHTH ON THE FOIRTH BIT THEM STARTED V DOWN. MILLERS WON BOTH GAMES. The first time, saints forced them to play eleven in- NINGS. UtT THE SECOND WAS SHORTER. IlustliiKs A»ala Proved a Puzzle to ( In- St. Paul Ilntwtuen— Dciizer Hatted Freely. ' Iftlinnenpolls 8, !>. St. Paul B, 5. iiiui*ii* City IS, 12, Milwaukee T, 3 ludianapolia 4, 7, Colunibua 'A, 2 Detroit 7, <1, Grand Rapid* 5 2 1 1 Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Indianapolis 5S 39 19 .672 Detroit 59 35 2t .593 Minneapolis 61 35 26 .574 Kansas City 61 33 28 .541 St. Paul 60 Si 29 .517 Milwaukee 65 28 37 .431 Orand Rapids 64 23 41 .431 Columbus 64 22 42 .344 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Minneapolis at St. Paul. < Indianapolis at Columbus. . Grand Rapids at Eetfoit. ' Milwaukee at Kansas City. The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs games were lost: 1 clubs. gs%ggS »I: j? * : lo £ ffff i F - I - 5 : . 1 : i i ::;_.; t g:: : Indianapolis — 6 3 4 3 5 ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

JROftE GYGhE PATHS BRANCH PROM THE WHITE REAR PATH TO WILDWOOD BEING BUILT. DISTANCE OF THREE MILES. , KASTKHX NATIONAL CYCLE SHOW MILL TAKE PLACE IN NEW YORK. BIG EVENT FOR NEXT FEBRUARY. lew Tandem Makes Its Appearance on the Market— lt l« for the V«Dn»tlern. The St. Paul & Suburban railway which owns and operates Wlldwood, the picnic grounds and pleasure resort on the Southeast shore of White Bear Lake, recognize the fact that a large proportion of pleasure seekers take their outing. on bicycles, and have therefore begun the construction of a bicycle path leading from the White Bear path direct to Wildwood, a dis tance of less than three miles. The. Wlldwood path oranches from thej (White TJear path at "the school house,! about 2% miles tMs-side of White Bear -village, and runs dup£a«t one mile arfe 1 a half through a beautiful farming country . where the hills are few and easy. Thence it turns Northeasterly and runs beside a diagonal country road direct to Wildwood. This par...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

12 SAltiT PAUL SOCIAL. When a piazza is constructed, be It of stone or wood, the fitting and furnish ing thereof is generally the principal consideration. Nowadays this out-of door place is a living-room to all coun try-seekers, says the New York Jour nal. In warm weather plenty of green is necessary and grateful to the eye, and all sorts of new vines are in constant demand. This season we have the crimson rambler, a hardy Japanese climbing rose. It can be planted in a pot or will serve as a running vine. The flowers are superb in hue, and it has taken the medal in three floral ex hibitions. Japanese ivy is also very popular, and when in full leaf it giveg all the shade required for this partic ular spot. It is hardy, the leaf is a vivid green and one summer alone will work wonders if this beautiful orna mentation is rightly cared for. In New England the piazza is never considered properly furnished unless the floor is well covered, with a rug. For this purpose jute rugs of various ...

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. — 5 July 1896

FAMOUS DEMOCRATS. Gossip and Story About the Leading Figures of the Coming Convention. (Copyrightod 1 , 1596, by Frank G. Carpenter.) CHICAGO, July s.— The biggest Dem ocrats of the country will be in Chi cago this week. Who are they? What are they? How do they look, act and talk? A score of them pass before my mind's eye as I write. There comes William C. Whitney, who counter manded his passage to England and stayed at home in order that he might induce this convention to declare for a gold standard. That well-dressed, rosy-cheeked man, with the black mustache, the straight nose and the gold eye-glasses is he. Every one knows him. He was one of the big men of the convention of 1884, which nominated Cleveland the first time. He ■Was Cleveland's secretary of the navy and he could have had the presidency once or twice by the raising of his hand. He could get it now by work ing for it, but he don't want it, and he would not accept it on a free silver platform. Mr. Whitney is a man of c...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

14 BOORS Of T}iE fIOUB "JERRY, THE 3 DREAMER," THE HIS TORY OF A CHICAGO RE PORTER. THE MADONNA OF A DAY 4 VERY STIRRING STORY OP LIFE IX AMERICA'S FIRST CAP ITAL,. AN ASTROLOGICAL, ROMANCE. "♦The Churlutan." "Honor Orm thwalte,"' Opie tteud'M Latest Xovel. "My Fire Opul." Some good novels are only good com paratively, but a few achieve a cer tain independent excellence which is absolutely of its kind. "The Madonna of a Day" is a novel of the latter sort. The book is a success of- a high order. To combine in one book incident of so exciting a kind that the reader is ab solutely enchained by it and inten tional ethical teaching of the first or der, and to do it in such a way that those who read for pleasure and who read for soul's profit must both be equally satisfied with the result, is really a tremendous literary feat, yet this, it seems to us. Miss Dougall has done in her latest novel. Ordinarily, ethics and adventure mix about as well as oil and water. It is really a master-touc...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Trains Leave ami Arrive St. I'aul as follows: Union Depot, Slbley St. TICKET OFFICE - $d& 162 *&J^ ERST THIRD ST. JJiniug Cars on Winnipeg and PAUL. Pacific Coast Trains. Leave. Arrive, Paeillr Mail (daily^ for Faruo Bozeman. flmte, Helena, Mis foula, Spoknne. Tacoina, . Seattle and Portland...- 2:4"pm5:55pm Dakota Express (daily* for Woorhead, Farijo, Jamestown. Fergus Fall*, Wahpeton, Crooks ton. Grand Forks. Graf > ton and Winnipeg S:DD pmj7:Jo a m Fhi'co Local (daily except Sun day) for St. CiouU, Brainerd and Fargo ):t>o am 5:30 pm Pullman First Class and Tourist Sleepers. /^l§Wlifiy^ 395 ROBERT ST., 1 1 lluUswr^T CORNER SIXTH, 1 \t*^^BßgSpr ('PHONE 480) AND LeaTP. 1 +Ex. Sun. 'Dally. | Arrive. •£■:](. ail] /"» ■■ * s-v a •7:50 am fii -.]( am Duluth, Superior, Ashland. ts :6opm •33:1 1 pin.. .Duluth and Superior. . •B:soam •lt:CamjSu City, Omaha <£ Kan. City •6:55 pm tit :( fain; Elmore, S...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 5 July 1896

lv THE ATHLETIC Glflli JSHE IS IN THE FRONT RANK NOW AND THESE ARE HER GOWKS. NEW BOATING COSTUMES. ♦THEY ARE PICTIRESQIE AND BE COMING AS WELL AS ISE FIL. fcICYCXE AND GOLF COSTI'MES. Elaborate Attire Is Pat Into the Back Ground by the Huge for Athletic Sports. ■Distinctive costumes for outdoor amusements take the lead in summer attire, now that women follow so en thusiastically the fashion of seeking health and recreation out of doors. So it is the athletic young woman who rides the wheel, rows, and plays golf and tennis that is in the front rank of fashionable life in summer, and ap propriate gowns are the first consid eration if she lives up to her innate desire to make herself attractive. They must be picturesque and becom ing, as well as useful and perfectly suited to their purpose. The latest yachting gowns are pretty examples of the dressmaker's art In combining all the required qualities. They are more dressy than ever be fore, and yet in perfect accord with the modern idea...

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. — 6 July 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE. VOL. XIX.— NO. 188. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PfVLJL QLO3E. MONDAY, JULY O. Weather for Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGE 1. Situation In Chicago to Date. Gold Men Hint at a Bolt. Convention Crowd a Record Breaker PAGE 9. White Bear's Sensational Fourth. Death of Anthony Yoerg, Mozart Theater Closed. Silver Gavel Front Montana, PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis. Blockade on the Street Rail-way. Delegations Select Committees. PAGE 4. Editorial. Hill's Selection in Doubt. Silverltes Want Daniel for Chairman Sixteen States Booming Bland. PAGE O. Saints Break the Batting Record. Hoonlers Keep Climbing. Gold Bugs Defeat Tigers. Bines Take One With Brewers. Vales in Form for Tomorrow's Race. Patchen and Gentry May Come. Two Fatal Affrays on the Fourth. PAGE 8. Newsies Going to the Cirrus. Farm and Household. Vagrant Verne. Henry Clews' Note of Warning. Week's Financial Review. page: t. Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Bishop Fowler on the Walls of Zion. -^ MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW ...

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. — 6 July 1896

2 HEliO UP THE TRfllH ST. PAIL & DILITH PICNICKERS HAVE AN EXCITING FOIRTH OF JILY, BUT IT WAS NOT A ROBBER, BIT AX OFFICER OF THE LAW WHO STOPPED THE EXCUR SION. WHITE BEAR'S BIG SENSATION. Police Have a Hot Fl»ht With City Sports, but No One Is Killed. tt'hite Bear village had one of those sensations Saturday night which have recently been agitating Glencoe and Hutchinson, such sensations as mid night alarms on the town fire bell, and the like, with accompanying visions in awakened slumberers' minds of shock ing murder and foul crimes by night. It was, however, a much more paltry sensation, the alarm was caused by a little fracas which started in a saloon at Lake Shore, shortly before midnight of thenatioi.'s birthday. It ss^ms that three or four St. Paul men of avowed sporting proclivities were seeking con genial refreshment at the shrine of Bacchus, when a dispute arose as to the size of the crowd, or some other equally world-stirring topic, in the midst of which arguments v...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICES 29 SOUTH FOIHTU STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Savler Kohler, seventy-seven years of age, died suddenly at his home, 1419 Marshall street northeast, yesterday. Although some what infirm through age, he had been in his usual health. While at home yester day with two of his grandchildren he was seized with cholera morbus and died before the arrival of a physician. He was one of the oldest residents of the city, having resided here forty years. Alexander Burnett, secretary of the Com monwealth Gold Mining and Copper Milling company, Spokane, Wash., is in the city. He paid a short visit to Mayor Pratt last even ing at the city hall, and the two discussed the •situation of affairs in the West. Mr. Burnett was formerly a resident of this city, but re moved to Spokane seven years ago. The remains of Harry Wade, who met death by falling from a window in the rear of 106 Fourth street south Saturday morning, are being held at the county morgue pending word from his relativ...

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. — 6 July 1896

4 THE flfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAWL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO Dally and Sunday, Six Month* • f 2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month - » - - »4O Dally Only, Six Months - - - f2.55 Dally Only, One Year ... f4.00 Sunday Only. One Year .... 51.50 Weekly, One Year ... - fI.OO Address all letter* anrt 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 band for reference. "WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON, July s.— Forecast for Mon day: Minnesota— Fair until Tuesday night; ■warmer Tuesday; southeasterly winds. Wisconsin — Generally fair, preceded by showers on Lake Michigan: warmer in east ern portion; fresh northwesterly winds. North Dakota — Fair; warmer; southeasterly winds. South Dakota— Fair; continu...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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