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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 6 July 1896

BROKE THE HECORD •T. PAUL PILES Up FORTV-ON*S RINS IN A L.BAGIU GAME. MILLERS ROUNDLY BEATEN. HI.VI.V AND CARNEY KNOCKED OIT OP THE BOX IN TVRN. Locals make nine home runs, And Forty-Five Safe Hits for a Total of Eighty Bases— Tigers Beaten. *t. Paul 41. Minneapolis ft. Indianapolis 7, Colambns I>. (irand Kaplds 12, Detroit 7. Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 2. Played. Won. Lo3t. Per Cent Indianapolis 59 40 19 .678 Detroit GO 35 25 .583 Minneapolis 62 35 27 .565 Kansas City 62 34 28 .548 St. Paul 61 32 29 .525 Milwaukee 66 28 38 .424 Grand Rapids 65 24 41 .369 Columbus 65 22 48 .338 No games scheduled for today. Forty-flve hits for a total of eighty two bases. That is the secret of Minneapolis' heartrending defeat yesterday. The West Side grounds now have the record for professional baseball big scores. Forty-one runs is a lot. It not only takes good batters, but good runners end great endurance to play a ball game like that. Minneapolis was never In It at any Btage. The locals piled up...

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. — 6 July 1896

6 BOYS ARE ALL GOl|iG JTEWSBOYS TAKE WARMLY TO THE GLOBE'S RECEXT GREAT CIR- Cl'S OFFER. EVERY ONE OF THEM WILL GO IN A PROCESSION HEADED BY A FILL UNIFORMED BRASS BAM). ALL GVESTS OF THE GLOBE, Which Provides Its Youthful Dls tributorN With the Coupons Which Will Save Worry. "Git yer Sunday Globe," yelled a tattered species of the genus "newsie" at Seventh and Wabasha streets yes terday morning, "all 'bout de kids go- In' to de circus." and as several pass ers by bought a copy of the Globe the boy pocketed his nickels with no other Idea than that the purchasers would turn immediately to the article which he had recommended. If, however, it did not at first attract the attention of the reader, when he finally read it ever, he could not but be struck with the magnanimous spirit which prompt ed the Globe in preparing such a treat for the boys who sell and dis tribute the paper. The newsboy who was so permeated with the circus offer of the Globe that he believed it the most important p...

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. — 6 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. OFFICIAL Proceeding! of the Board of School lndpectors. Published in the St. Paul Globe of July 6, 1896. (Special Meeting.) St. Paul, Minn., June 30, 1896. Meeting called to order by President Abbott. Present— lnspectors May, McNair. McNamee, Scholle. Wilkes, Yoerg and Mr. President— 7. The reading of the minutes ot the last meet ing was dispensed with and the same ap proved as published. 1 <>vi inimical Inn*. Prom Corporation Attorney Darragh, in re gard to the Repair Fund. Received and placed on rile. From the St. Paul Teachers' Association re questing the Board to add to the budget of 1596-1897 a sum sufficient to pay the balance due for salaries for the month of June. 1895. The same received and on motion the secre tary was instructed to request the Common Council to place said in next year's appropria tion. Approved by — Ayes— lnspectors May, McNair, MoXamee, Scholle. Wilkes. Yoerg and Mr. President— 7. Nays— o. R.-Im...

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. — 6 July 1896

B VAhbS ABOUT ZlOfl BISHOP FOWLER'S ELOQt'KJiT SERMOV ON THE DEFEXSKS OF THE CITY. CHURCH MILITANT USEFUL HE DISPARAGES THE CRITICISMS OF THE MILITARY IDEAS OF THE CHIRCII. BULWARKS OF CHRISTIANITY. In Figurative Language the Metho dist Prelate Elotiueutly Picture* tbe Celestial City. Bishop Fowler preached yesterday morning at the First Methodiat church of this cit?- from Psalm xlll, 12: "Walk about Zior. and go round about her; tell the towers thereof." He said: "The figure of the text brings before me a walled city in a turbulent time, a city that has been constructed for the defense of the citizens, in a country overrun by marauders and freebooters and invaded by hostile armies. It is an easy step to the application of this figure to our spiritual conditions. There are people — I have seen some emana tions from them in the public press — who criticize anything like the use of military terms in the organization of the young people into Epworth bands end leagues for marching and o...

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. — 7 July 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 189. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. TIESDAY, July 7. iVentlier for Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGE 1. bark Home May Win at Chicago. Review of the Convention Situation. Lnwler Minnesota's Commltteeman. Sllverlte Jealousleii Growing:. Throng Suffocatingly Dense. Hill's Shrewd Move. Action of State Delegations. PAGE) 3. Hill Put lp for Chairman. Silverites Name Daniel to Oppose. PAGE] ». Xv Prospect of a Bolt. I'lans of Gold Men Laid. Ready Made Silver Plank. Mews of Minneapolis. Harriet Road Rave. Riot at the Ladies Cycle Race. PAGE 4. Editorial. Stillwater Affairs. Town and Country Road Race. Day's Social Events. Chamber of Commerce antl G. A. R. PAGE 5. St. Panl Defeats Dnluthlans. Results in the National. Henley Races Today. Vale's Chances at Low Ebb. page: a. Duluth Water Supply Dispute. Xewi of the Courts. Bar Silver G8 3-4 c. Cash \\ lion t in Chicago 54 7-Bc. Foreign Buying Braced Stocks. Hurt Is Manager of the Omaha. PAGE T. Globe's Popular Wants. page: s. Eight...

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. — 7 July 1896

2 i among silverltes themselves is decided ly cheerful. I always enjoy a fight — as spectator — and shall roost high while it progresses. — H. P. Hall. FIRST BOLT. Texas Sonnd Money Democrats De clare Themselves. CHICAGO, July 6.— The contesting delegation from Texas, representing the gold contingent in that state, de cided by a full vote, this morning, not to apply for admission to the conven tion. The delegation issued an address, in declaring its intention, in part as follows: "We desire to say to all true and loyal Democrats here assembled from the several states, that we represent more than one hundred thousand Democrats, whose patriotism will not tolerate the degradation of our national honor, and whose sense of honor and of humanity can never palliate the destruction of individual credit nor the sacrifice of the dearest interests of millions of our countrymen. We are here to contribute as best we may, to the preservation and advancement of true Democratic principles, the per ...

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. — 7 July 1896

GOLD PLAfIS FIXED VERY DOUBTFUL IF AXY DELE GATES WILL LEAVE THE CON VENTION HALL. MOST RADICAL ACTION MILL BE TO FOLLOW 7 EXAMPLE SET BY MONTANA AT ST. LOUS. ARE FOR HILL TOOTH AND NAIL. The E: tern Men Are in Hopes That Thrj .May be Able to Elect Him. CHICAGO. July 6.— The situation in the Eastern gold standard camp has crystallised enough to enable one to get more of a settled idea of a plan than has hitherto prevailed. The gold men will not as a body leave the con vention, and it is doubtful if any dele gates take that course. The leaders are all against it, though it is believed that William C. Whitney would be pleased to see another convention with a gold standard platform. The most radical action that the gold men will take has practically been set tled, and that is to follow the plan adopted by the Montana delegation in the natioi.al Republican convention In St. Louis, to remain in the convention hall, with the notification that they will act in their individual states, as t...

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. — 7 July 1896

4 THE PfllLY GLOBE ii~PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .5O Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - f 2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Daily Only, per Month - - - - *4O Dally Onl>, Six Months . - - *2.28 Daily Only, One Year .... - «4.00 Sunday Only. One Year .... f 1.30 Weekly, One Year ... f 1.00 Address all letter* anrt telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1403 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. UEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON. July 6.— Forecast for Tues day: Minnesota, North and South Dakota— Generally fair, ■warmer, variable winds be coming southerly. Wisconsin— Fair until Wednesday; warmer Wednesday; winds light to fresh, northerly becoming variable. .Montana— Fair; cooler; winds becoming northwesterly. TEMPERATURES. Pla...

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. — 7 July 1896

THE REVERSE Of 41 BAIXTS ONLY GOT 14 RVXS OFF THE ZCMTH CITY NINE. NOT SO SOFT AS MILLERS. Boca avus the opponents of the AI'OSTKLS AT AVRORA PARK TODAY. roi.ONEI.S TAKE A lIRACER. Hiiin Saved M. Louts from a Certain Defeat— OriulfM Defeat tl»e Colts in the Muth. Special to the Globe. DCLUTH, Minn.. July 6.— The St. Paul nine played here today with Du luth, and though the St. Paul men won easily, the game was interesting and the Duluth men prevented the game from going by default. St. Paul ■went to bat first and George lined out a two-bagger, followed by a safe hit by Glasseock. It began to look as though the game was to go loosely to the professionals, but Burns sent a short fly to shortstop, and while Oeorge got home, Glasseock was caught, and Pickett went out »*n a grounder. Duluth then went in and got three runs off four hits, the visit ors fumbling somewhat at critical mo ments. The St. Paul men then started to play ball, and the Duluth score was lield down more closely, "^huga...

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. — 7 July 1896

6 IS TfIETIfATER BAD? UTHORITIES DIFFER ON THE CHARACTER OF THE ZEXITH CRT SUPPLY. VTTORNEY GENERAL CHILDS HEARS BOTH SIDES OF THE XAf- SEOI S TVPHOIDAL TROIBLIi AT DILITH. Ml \ 1.1. WARRANTO SI'ITS Be Begrun I* the Question 'or the Attorney General to Determ ine .\ow. Duluth's water works fight was well fought in the supreme court room yes terday, and the battle will be resumed today. The case is not yet before the supreme court, but the present hear ing before the attorney general was adjourned to that room on account of the cramped quarters of the state's legal department. Quite an array of lawyers are in volved in the case. Duluth is repre sented by its own city attorney, Ells worth Benham, while the defendant water company is represented by Dra per, Davis & Hollister, of Duluth; and Davis, Kellogg & Severance, and Flan drau. Squires & Cutcheon, of St." Paul. The present hearing is for the edifi cation of the attorney general, who has been asked by the city of Duluth...

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. — 7 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. BURT IS 19 CHARGE TIIIC NKW GENERAL MANAGER OP THE OMAHA TAKES HOLD. THERE WILL BE NO CHANGES. 1 IT HAT BE DIFFERENT, HOWEVER, IN THE N. P. GENERAL. OFFICES. CALLAWAY GOING TO IIEW YORK To Confer With the Mutineer* Over Lake and Rail Hates— What He Says. The king is dead; long live the king. General Manager Winter has disap peared; General Manager Burt is on deck. The Omaha people know where they are "at." The new manager has given out the word there will be no changes In the executive staff of the road. Yesterday Mr. Burt walked into the office of the general manager of the Omaha road, threw his hat on the nearest chair and began fingering a pile of papers in the most nonchalant manner. Mr. Winter, the retiring offi cer, was present, but he was busy with the details of unfinished business. Mr. Burt has been so long part and parcel of the great railroad, of which he is now general manager, that he was not long in making the acqu...

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. — 7 July 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ktall^kl diking ABSOLUTELY PURE fIAJiGS Ifl Tfll(i fllß EIGHTH AVAR!) SCHOOL SCHEME UAMiS SOW BETWEEN EARTH AND HEAVEX. ASSEMBLY TIES A KNOT IN IT 11v hulling the real estate deal recently proposed to be made:. phalen park assessment. Park Hoard Defer* Action On It for Four Months to Accommodate Taxpayers, If the citizens of the Eighth ward ever get a new school building or an addition to the Gorman school it will not be completed and ready for oc cupancy until the school season is fairly well advanced. The assembly wrestled with the problem for over an hcur last night, without accomplishing any result whatever, except to kill the real estate trade contemplated by the resolution recommended by the com mittee on public buildings. As the resolution repealing the action of the old council, providing for an addition to the Gorman school, has been adopt ed by both bodies, it leaves the whole matter "in the air," and $15,000...

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. — 8 July 1896

VOL. XIX,— NO. 190* BULLETIN OP THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. WEDSESDAT, JVL.Y 8, 1896. Weather for Today— Fair and Warmer. PABB 1. tt+mncrnilr t'onrrntioit ill Se»«loa. Sllv«rit<*H Win the First Victory. Daniel Made Temporary Chairman. Outline <»* the l'lutform, Many Minnesota** in I'liJengo, PAGE «. Senator Hill Tnraed Dewn, Address ef Senator Daniel. Routine Report ef Convention. PAQH ■. Cold Men Led to Slaughter, Work of Resolutions Committee. Action of Credentials Committee. Committee Reversed. Sieirs of Minneapolis. PAGE 4. editorial. The Two-Thirds Rule f fault*. White to be Permanent Chairman. Second Re&inieiit In Camp. PAQB 8. Yale Is Defeated at Henley. St. Paul Defeats Grand Rapids. Minneapolis Beats Detroit. Entries for the Fair Races. PACK «. South Dakota Republicans, llnr Silrer 68 8-8 c Cash Wheat in Chicago 05 l-4c. Stocks Firm and Higher. pack r. Globe's Popular >Vanta. FAQE S. New School in the Xt B hth. St. Joseph Nurses Graduate. Moorehead Alderman In Troubl...

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. — 8 July 1896

2 HILL TURNED DOWfl SEXATOR DANIEL OP VIRGINIA SELECTED AS TEMPORARY" CHAIRMAN. SILVER STRENGTH SHOWN. MONEY LINKS CLOSELY DRAWN IN THE FIRST TEST VOTE TAKEN. DAMEL SOINDED THE KEYNOTE. Free Silver Declared the Panacea for All the Ills of the Body Politic. CHTC AGO. July 7.— The seats of the delegates and alternates were filled, but there was a wide fringe of vacant chairs in the outer edge of the gal ltries. when at 12:49 p. m., Chairman Harrity, of the national committee, raised his gavel and as it dropped on the desk with a sharp crack, requested the 16th national Democratic conven tion to come to order. He said: "The sergeant-at-arms will kindly see that the aisles are cleared and that everyone shall take his or her seat. The aisles must be cleared. The gentle men will kindly take their seats as promptly as possible." In the course of a minute or so the aisles wore cleared and Chairman Har rity declared the convention in order for the business before it. Continuing, he said: "Th...

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. — 8 July 1896

WOMAN'S POWER. 7 IT SHAPES THE DESTINIES OF MEN AND NATIONS. Whar* M«n Aw at a Disadvantage, and •'Only a Woman Can Understand a Wo. man's Ills.'' ' Woman's beauty, lore and devotion, fule the world. Grand women ; strong mentally, morally and physically, whose ambi s^FT^\ tion and mag netic influ /^r^^L ©nee urge men to deeds yfy*. (j* W* of grandeur and heroism. JC- / Such women are all -power Js^f ful. Weakly v / have little ambition ; / their own troubles oo- I cupy their thoughts, and their one object is to get well. They have no confidence in them selves, and only too often lose faith in their physicians. All irregularities, whites, bearing down pains, nervousness, headache, backache, " blues," distaste for society, sounds in ears, palpitation, emacia tion, heavy eyes, " all gone" feeling, dread of impending evil, sleeplessness, etc., should at once be removed and rigorous health assured. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has for twenty years saved women from all this. Hea...

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. — 8 July 1896

4 THE flffEY Gim IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOIRTH AND MINNESOTA BT9. OFFICIAL PAPER. MT. FAUI. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. i)a!ly and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f 2.TS Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month - - - - «4O Dally Ool>, Six Months - - - «2.28 Dally Only, On* Tear .... - «4.00 Sunday Only. One Year .... f I.BO Weekly, One Year ...... fI.OO Address all letter* anrt telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Mian. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW TORK. WASHINGTON BT7REAU, 1405 F BT. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept •d hand for reference. WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON. July 7.—Minnesota—Gener ally fair, warmer southerly winds. Wisconsin— Fair, warmer; light to fresh variable winds, becoming southerly. The Dakota«— Threatening weather: thunder storms Wednesday afternoon; southeasterly winds. Montana— Threatening weather; slightly cooler; northwesterly winds. Place....

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. — 8 July 1896

YALE TRAILED Ifl fcKATEX BY I.X VVIJKK IN THE KIRST HEAT FOR THE HEXLEV ClfP. ROWED OUT A PLUCKY RACE. AMERHWS 6AIBB TO THE ESD 111 T KATE WAS AGAINST THEM. DX. M'OOWELI, SAVED THE DAY. Won H]m Heat in the Contest for the Diamond Skull* — Yale M«-u SlltiKfitMl. HENLEY-OX-THAMES, July 7.— Yale was defeated, but not disgraced to-day, in the third trial heat for the grand college cup. Leander won by one and three-quarters of a length in 7:14. The record is 6:15. Previous to the beginning of racing. Bob Cook said that with the condi tions as they were, there was not the Slightest advantage in either the Bucks or the Berks station, and that it was a perfectly fair course. He expressed the belief that Leander would win by a length to a length and a half The weather was cloudy and oppres sive, and there was scarcely a breath of air at noon, although there were pome indications in the West of a breeze. All the morning trains arrived, heavily laden with rowing enthusiasts, but the crowd pres...

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. — 8 July 1896

6 HILL TURfIED DOWJ4 Continued from Second Page. tional, neither does it stand for any priv ilege of class legislation. The active busi ness men of this country, its manufacturers, merchants, farmers, sons of toil in count ing rooms, factory, field and mine, know that CONTRACTION OF CURRENCY sweeps away with the silent and resistless force of gravitation, the annual profits of their enterprise and investments. They know, too, that the gold standard means contrac tion and the organization of disaster. What hope is there for the country and what hope for Democracy unless the views of the ma jority here shall be adopted? Do not the peo ple know that it was not silver legislation, but legislation dictated by the advocates of the gold standard, that has caused, and now continues, the financial depression? Do they not know that when their demands upon Democracy were complied with in 1893 and the Sherman law repealed, without a sub stitute, that the very states of the East that demanded it...

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. — 8 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Of Ordinance Pasued and Resolu tions Adopted by the Common Council of the City of St. Paul. Bd V Xo. t;i>7. r .— ORDINANCE NO. 1880. ! An Ordinance relating to the licensing and muzzling of dogs lr the City of St. Paul. The Common Council of the City of St. Paul do ordain as follows: Section I.— No dog, either male or female, shall be owned or kept by any person or persons within the Mmits of the City of St. Paul, except as in this Ordinance pro vide*. The owner or keeper of any dog or dogs shall pay a license thereon to the City Clerk of the City of St. Paul of two dollars annually for mate dogs and the sum of four dollars an nually for female. dogs for each and every dog ' any such person may own or keep within the limits of said city; and upon the payment to the City Clerk of the license fee as above etated. the City Clerk shall issue a license therefor to the person paying the same. Sec. 2.— lt is her*...

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. — 8 July 1896

8 TO PRCY'S ERRAfID SIXTEEN YOUNG WOMEN GRADUATE FROM ST. JOSEPH'S NURSES' TRAINING SCHOOL. TEN OF THEM ARE SISTERS BUT ALL EXPECT TO DEVOTE THEIR LIVES TO THE SUF FERING. PROUD DAY FOR ST. JOSEPH'S. It Is the First Class That Has En- Joyed the Neiv Building and Adjuncts. Sixteen young women were gradu ated from St. Joseph's training school for nurses last evening, ten of the six teen being sisters of the order of St. Joseph. Archbishop Ireland, assisted by Dr. Chas. Smith, conferred the di plomas and to the six young women not of the. sisterhood presented hand some medals. The archbishop made an address saying that St. Joseph's hospital had kept pace with all about it and remarked upon the fact that 25 years ago he had thought St. Joseph's a very good hospital as it was. "But," he added, "what a diffenence there is between the St. Joseph's of 25 years ago and the one of to-day." He said that the hospital owed its prosperity of the present time, in a measure, to the phy- Eicians who...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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