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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

8 BATTLED FORA fhM SH ARPSHOOTIXG HOME BY COM PA\Y TEAMS OX THE LAKE VIEW RANGE. COMPAND I THE WINNER, AVIIII.K PRIVATE OLSON OF COM PACT U CAPTIRES THE HIGH SCORE BADGE. THKIK SABBATH DAY IX CAMP. Boy* In Bine Will Attend Religious Service* and Entertain the Host of Visitor*. Special to the Globe. CAMP LAKEVIEW, July 18— This was sharpshooters' day at Camp Lake view. The First regiment company tour nament was fully up to the expecta tions of the most uninterested marks luan in camp. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the call was sounded, and shortly after the ten sharpshooters who had been se lected by the respective captains inarched out on the parade ground, headed by the Watson band. Lieut. Catlin, the First regiment judge advo cate, had charged of the formation. The popular band started up a thrill ing two step, and the stuff was off. Lieut. Catlin turned the sharpshooter squad over to Lieut. Falk, inspector of small arms practice. Targets were chosen by a shake of the inspector's ha...

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. — 19 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. c. . _ (OFFICE: SO SOUTH FOURTH STRKKT. f — i - DEfITH AfIGEL BUSY 3HKKE NOTABLE MXX, LO\(> RESI -I»KVI' IN THE MILL CITY, FALL 161 : 1 -(lltK HIM. PYTHIAN LEADER TAKEN. DKMISK OP GSM. F. S. M'DOfcALD CASTS A GLOOM OVKIt TOM ING ENCAMPMENT. M. U. THOMPSON AND D. K. WELLS, (Tlie Former an Old Settler and Xi- Xiic rill", tbe l.att.-r a Well huunu 131 vine. Francis S. McDonald died at 4:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his late {rvsidenca. 1213 Eig-hth street south, from the effects of a sun stroke, after remaining at the point of death for many days. The entire family circle was gathered around the death bed, «.nd the end came quietly and without pal n . The deceased suffered a sun stroke a week or so ago, and ever since, has re mained in an unconscious condition. The efforts of the most skilled physi cians failed to relieve him of his suf ferings and save his life. One year »,go. almost to within 24 hours, the deceased suffered a similar sunstroke on the streets of S...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

10 ONE DOZEN AflY WflY ST. PAIL HAS THAT MAKIY IF IT NEVER GETS ANOTHER VICTORY. COLUMBUS LOSES ANOTHER MAKING THREE WHICH LOFTLS' TAIL ENDERS HAVE CON TRIBUTED. HOOSIERS ARE STILL WINNING. They Take th« Third Game From the Apparently Ditconraged or Uadly Seared Millers. £t. l'» til O. ('oluiubuN 3. Milwaukee 17, Detroit O. Indianapolis O, Minneapolis 4. { Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Indianapolis 71 48 23 .676 St. Paul 72 43 29 .597 Kansas City 72 40 32 .656 Minneapolis 74 41 33 .654 ' Deftrolt 71 36 35 .507 Milwaukee 77 35 42 .466 Grand Rapids 74 28 46 .378 Columbus ...77 23 54 .299 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Columbus at St. Paul. , Indianapolis at Minneapolis. Grand Rapids at Kansas City. Detroit at Milwaukee. The following table shows from what teams games have been won and to what (teams lost. _____ -ELITES. E?iiKS g 'B. •a Z. '2 • Pf a B • s. o » : jp» : f : * r I : 1- ! Indianapolis — 376678 11 48 St. Paul 2— 58687743 Kansas City 18— 6285 10 40 Minneapolis 3 6 5 — 811 6 2 41 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

BICYCLES. Ten only, no more, no less, of the celebrated . . . LOCHINVAR. Up-to-date. Modern in every particular. A $75.00 wheel for just half price, ©®* $3 7-5 Q, SPOT CASH. Be quick. Come earty. The late comers will be the disappointed ones. Our Colored Ticket Graded Discount Sale closes July 31, sharp. NEW ENQLANDSK The Oue-Price Complete House Furnishers, 434-436 Wabasha St., St. Paul. DOES HOT HIDE OflE - THIS MAY ACCOI "XT FOR JOHN L.'S OBJECTIONS TO THE «I(VCLE. MAY BE OTHER REASONS. fcll,l.lV\\ PRAISES THE LEAGUE of WHBKUBI bit emmmum CT CLING. PBTBIMiBi MI'SCLES IXEVEMV. So thai K\-< linmpion Thinks — Other I'HstimeH More H«-n 1 1 hfu 1, llox <ltiK Best of All. The bicycle fever has swept- over the country like a prairie fire. I have been in pretty nearly every, state of the Union during the past twelve, months, and everywhere I. found, men, wonaen THE TEN BICYCLE COmMANDmEINTS. 1 I. - ' Six days shalt tnou ride and do all thy bars and' look like a monkey. • ' Thou sha...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

12 SAltfT PAUL SOCIAL. One of the latest society fads is the poster luncheon, which Is a decided novelty and not difficult to give. Pos ter devotees are as plentiful In St. Paul as elsewhere, and will be inter ested in this departure in entertaining. The affair is the least bit startling in effect, but is strictly artistic and eas ily executed. A simple scheme of color should be chosen for the table decora tions. A few strong colors harmonize well. Dark blue, green, red and white are very good colors. The cloth should he white demask and the dishes dark blue. Red tulips, with their gray green leaves, may be used with effect and by the proper use of a dish of sand may be made to stand upright, making a LATEST PHOTOGRAPH OF MRS. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. pleasing center piece. Olives, gher kins and red bon-bons are among other articles which will help carry out the scheme and the name cards are tiny reproductions of well-known posters, the name of the guest to take place of the name of the ma...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

PHASES Of FASHION COMBINATION OF COLORS AND MATERIALS IN A SINGLE GOWN. ALL ABOUT THE NEW SLEEVE. ~KHII,LS OF LACE AND OTHER MA TERIALS AUK FASHIONABLE ADJINCTS. TIIK NEW EFFECTS IN BODICES. Novelties In Blue anil White Fool arttN, Crepe tie Chine the Hour's Fancy in Paris. Many of the most stylish and effec tive dresses display combinations of different materials on the waist and sleeves, and" lace, silk, chiffon, and vel vet are seen on one bodice, while the new sleeve m al its various phases has wonderful capabilities as a means of using odd bits of material. A close sleeve of wrinkled lace, net, chiffon, or silk may have a short puff or butterfly drapery at the top, and the whole ten r deney of fashion just at present is to ward less rather than more material in gowns. The skirt must eventually lessen its dimensions to keep up a proper proportion in outline, and so there is every argument in favor of the l * 1 remnant this season. The little bolero jackets so recently revived in...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

14 BOOKS OF TflE HOUR A CONSIDERATION OF "THE CASE OF WAGNER," BY NIETZ SCHE. EUROPE'S NEW PHILOSOPHER. HIS BRAIN UNABLE TO STAND THE STRESS OF HIS OWN IDEAS. HIS TEST OF CIVILIZATION. "Whose Art and lUliglon He Weighs In the Balance and Finds Com* pletely Wanting-. The Macmlllan company are publish ing the complete works of Friedrich Nietzsche, which have never before been put into English. Nietzsche, who has heretofore been to the great majority even of those in terested in the trend of modern phi losophy, a name vaguely associated with Weismann and the doctrine of k Van ß^^^BP^B : <^^w**^ar^ lr3;-s^^ rS THE MOON LADY. Illustration by Ethel Reed from Mrs. Blodgett's "Fairy Tales." Copyright, 1896 by Lamson, Wolfe & Co. the non-heredity of acquired charac teristics, becomes by virtue of his own account of himself and of Dr. Tille's lucid introduction of his works, one of the most curious and interesting fig ures in modern thought. The thing for which Nietzsche really stands ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always. Supply the People's Wants. WANTS iAY BE LEFT At the foiluniui; locations for Inirr tiou In the Daily anil Sunday Globe, •t the lame rates aa are charged t»r the mu m office. HAm.IN-C.~~ H&mline Pharmacy Drag Store 750 SWELLING AVENUE. DAYTOFO9 BI.CF*. Bever Westby*. Drug Stars 679 EAST THIRD STREET. Lower to wiT William K. Collier Drug Stors SEVENTH AND BIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. U. D. Merrill News Stand 445^ BROADWAY^ BUBRRIAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey t>ru s-.S t «? r * % 6T. ANTHONY AN£ PRIOR AVENUES. ST. ANTHONY HILL. Ett-ll Bull Druggist GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost ft Co Drug store SELBY AND WESTERN AVFNUE9. Btraight Bros Drug Store HONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Bracken's Pharmaoy VICTORIA AND SRLBT AVBNTTBB. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. 8. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD A VENT'S. George Marti Drog Store fi WABASHA AND FAIRF...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 July 1896

16 T H E C 0 R D B 0 X E N Clearing Reduction Sale ! shape i ix mi IST rf roNPinPivrP \ chM " n '' i SAILOR HATS! ! mu:s * DC CUIMMUfcINCb j| straw Hats ! ;i $3.00 Quality, ji ln OUr statements that brought us the enormous business done Saturday. As long Every Horning, 50 CENTS SS tHe S ° OdS ' aSt> take thCm ° Ut at " we mi £ ht say-your own price. c STRONG STATEMENTS BACKED BY MERCHANDISE AND PRICES Never before offered to the people of St. Paul. We offer you all our Medium and Light- Weight Goods in every department at such prices as will close every article within the next two weeks. READ OUR CLEARING F^RIC^S: Men's Suit Department. $ BOYS' DEPARTMENT. jj CHILDREN'S DEPARTTIENT. $10.00 Suits, clearing: price $6.00 I LONG PANTS. « 25c Wash Blouse, clearing- price |Oo i' $3 - So Fis . k ' Clark & Fla Sff Negli- . ( o _ S?'™ I"-? 1 cl , eari . n » P". cc V^Z-§9 « *8-°<> Suit, clearing price $5.00 ! 50c Wash Blouse, clearing price '. 35c ; &«= Shirts, clearing price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 202. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, JULY 20. Weather for Today- Fair, Variable "Winds. PAGE 1. The Situation at St. Louis. Addrass to Populists. Bryanitos and Amis Hold Meetings. PAGE 2. Noted Delegates Talk for Bryan. Platform of Straight Out Pops. An Enoch Arden Story of the South. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Mrs. Lease Talks to the K. of L. Capetown Committee Roasts Rhodes About the Farm. PAGE 4. Editorial. Pleasant Sabbath Day in Camp. PAGE 5. Thirteenth Victory for Apostles. Millers Defeat Hooslers. Tigers Downed in Milwaukee, Blues Win by On* Run. Baltimore Leads the National. Order of Play In Chess Tourney. Facilic Roads Slash Tea Rates. PAGE 6. Hous«hold Matters. Vagrant Verse. Markets of the World. PAGE 7. Gould's Early "Wife. Globe's Popular "Wants. PAGE 8. Indian Teachers In St. Paul. Counterfeiters Tell Many Tales. Sermons of a Sunday. TODAY'S EVENTS. BajsS nail— Aurora Park, 3.30. C"ity Hull— Park Board, 7.30. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

2 AT BRYAfi'S SHRIKE CHAIRMAN WASHIHRN, OF THE EASTERN POPI'LISTS. HAS BEEN WORSHIPPING. BOWS TO SILVER'S IDOL SAYS POPILISTS SHOULD UNRE SERVEDLY INDORSE THE CHI CAGO NOMINEE. TRIBUTE FROM SENATOR BUTLER. South Carolina Man Says the Chi cago Convention W— » Vic tory lor Po»nH»ta» ST. LOUIS, Mo.. July 19— Mr. George E. Washburn, of Boston, chairman of the Eastern division of the Populist party, returned to the city tonight from Lincoln where he went to pay a visit to Mr. Bryan. Mr. Washburn declined to reveal the purpose of his call upon the Democratic candidate or to enter into the facts of the interviews with that gentleman. There is no doubt, however, that the object of the visit was, if possible, to reach an under- j standing with Mr. Bryan which would I render it consistent for the Populist convention to accept him as its presi dential candidate. Mr. Washburn re turned with a very excellent impres sion of the Democratic nominee and very anxious that his party should see its way...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE SO SOUTH FOURTH STREET. OUTING AT HARRIET. Endeavorers of the Twin Cities Will Picnic. Rev. Carey E. Morgan last evening delivered an address at the Church of Christ, on "The Washington Young People's Christian Endeaver Conven tion;" by one who was there. In spite of his subject, the speaker dwelt mostly on the rapid growth of "this modern move ment for Christ," how from the forty that organized the first endeavor so ciety in the Williston congregation at Portland, Me., in 1880, the movement has spread to gigantic proportions, and now with a membership of 2,500,000 en circled the globe. He made an appeal to the young people of this city, that they exert greater work in the future than they have done heretofore, so that th coming year would show greater results than any of the former. Tuesday afternoon and evening, Aug. 4, the endeavor soclties of Minneapolis and St. Paul will picnic at Lake Har riet This will be one of the largest celebrations ever held by the lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. » SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sanday, Six Months - $2.75 Dally and Snnday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Six Months $2.25 Dally Only, One Year *4.00 Sanday Only, One Year -- - - *1.50 Weekly, One Year f 1.00 Address all letters and 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 tiles of the Globe always kept on hand lor reference. "WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, July 19.— Forecast for Mon day: Minnesota — Light showers Monday morning; fair In the afternoon or night; var iable winds becoming northerly. South Dakota— Fair, preceded by showers in extreme east portion; cooler in east por tion; northwesterly winds. For North Dakota: Fair, preceded by showers in extreme east portio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

PST THE m EllD? ST. PAUL HAS AN UNBROKEN RE CORD OF THIRTEEN SUCCES SIVE VICTORIES. INDIANAPOLIS COMES NOW, AND THE QUESTION IS, CAN IT BE MADE SEVENTEEN STRAIGHT. MILLERS BEAT THEM, 12 TO 2, And Comiikey Says They Hnve No Show to Get a Game Here at All. St. Puni IT, ColnmhuH 12. Minneniiolis 12, Indian-poll* 2. Milwaukee 7, Deroit 2. Kansas City 7, G. Rapids 6. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Indianapolis 72 48 24 .667 St. Paul 73 44 29 .603 Kansas City 73 41 32 .562 j Minneapolis 75 42 33 .560 Detroit 72 36 36 .500 Milwaukee 78 36 42 .462 Grand Rapids 75 26 47 .373 Columbus 78 23 55 .295 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Indianapolis at St. Paul. Columbus at Minneapolis. Detroit at Kansas City. Grand Rapids at Milwaukee. Columbus, when he sailed from Pa los, made his way across the ocean in an unbeaten track, but the modern Columbian wanderers are following; a track that is anything: but unbeaten. One from Minneapolis and four from Grand Rapids and four from Detroit and four from Columbus makes...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

6 •THE HOUSEHOLD I S ,;,,„ Jf| SIMMER DRINKS. Cooling. Refreshing and "Wholesome Bevcrn-j-e_ for All Tastes. Cooling, refreshing and wholesome drinks now claim the attention of ev every one. In hot weather drinks made from fruits or their juices in some form are especially grateful and also healthful, if not indulged In too freely. The acid of lemon juice or the sub acid of fruit juices not only allays the thirst but also cools th blood. Ac cording to an authority on the subject, those drinks that possess little sugar and no salt are the most effectual in quenching the thirst, such as the juice j of the lime, lemon, grape fruit, orange j and cherry, combined with a little j water. Cold tea and coffee,, with a slice of j lemon and no sugar, are beverages I that will satisfy thirst. They are | ■erved in glasses, with plenty of ] crushed ice. The tea should not be j very strong. Here ls a good rule for making it: Put two tablespoonsful of Young Hyson tea In the pot, and when positive t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

THE GOULD WIDOW "FAMILY SKELETONS EXPOSED IN THE TESTIMONY IX HEU LAW SI IT. REV. LEIGHTON AS A WITNESS. HE RECEIVED $1.25 FOR MARRY IX_ A Y'Ol'NG COUPLE FROM CAXADA. COILUS SAY IT IS BLACKMAIL. An *-l !<■„<■. l Daughter of tlie Head Railway Kins— lntereatints Ex hibits in the Cane. To those who are unfamiliar with the story of Jay Goulds life the suit mew pending of an old wrinkled and illiterate woman, Sarah Ann Angell by name, for a dower right in $72,000, --000 comes like a thunder clap in a clear sky. But to others the story has been known for years, and the suc cess by which the skeleton has been kept locked in the family closet seems marvelous. The plaintiff has come into court and alleged she married Gould on or about April 16, 1853; that she lived with him as his lawful wife, and that when he died he left her a lawful widow. It was In 1852 that Gould went to Rouse's Point with plans for the survey of the entire state of New York. The future millionaire was then but si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 July 1896

8' HIS TONGUE LOOSE RTNROE. THE ALLEGED COUNTER FEITER. HAS MANY FAIRY TALES TO RELATE. .ALKS OF "BUSINESS MEN" ■THO, HE SAYS, WERE ENGAGED IN M'HEADI\G HIS FIE TY-CE.\T DOLLARS. OTHER ARRESTS MAY FOLLOW. Polieo "Wore Husy on tlie Case Yes terday and Further Develon iiioiiis Are E_ pectcd. Richard Munroe, the alleged manu facturer of bogus silver dollars, spent a fairly comfortable day at the central station yesterday. "When arrested he had on his person something like $40 In good and current money besides a email lot of counterfeit coin. Munroe seems to be rather a queer contradic tion of a smart fellow and a wise fool. He stated yesterday that he would make no fight and intended saving what money he had that was good to buy cigars and other luxuries with Instead of handing It over to a lawyer. His next sentence was that if he had known how expensive it was to manu facture the bogus dollars he would not have engaged in the work. Munroe, In course of a conversation, said he was sorr...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 July 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 203. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. TUESDAY, JILY 21. "Weather for Today- Fair and Cooler. PAGE 1. Holt Seems Inevitable at St. Louis. ConvcnttonN May he Triplet*. Bolting; Republican* Out for Bryan. Democrats Unliving to Lawler. PAGE 2. No Salary for Maloney. Third Counterfeiter Snrrendera- News of the Conrta. PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis, No Compromise for Hrynnites, - • :i nipalg v to Begin In Minnesota. PAGE 4. Editorial. Platform of Populist*. Teachers of Reds In Session. Day's Social Events. PAGE 5. Hoosiers as Easy as the Others. Blues Shut Ont the Tigers. Minneapolis Defeats Buckeyes. Brewers Outplay Goldbnga. Double Drowning In Berinldjl Lake. New-* of the Northwest. Political Situation In North Dakota. Interstate Commission Report. PAGE 6. Bankers Have Gold for Treasnry. Bar Silver G8 ___ Ciikli Wheat In Chicago 55 7-Sc. Bears Make a Raid on Stock*. PAGE 7. Gen. Manager Warren Retire*. News of the Railroads. Globe's Popular "Wants. PAGE 8. County Assessor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 July 1896

2 mot make the running at the start, he ls very likely to be a winner at the finish. . • • • A "sizing up" trip made by the political reporter of the Dispatch would seem to indi cate that about every Republican officeholder wants a reuomlnation or else ardently de sires promotion to an office with a good sal ary attached. Aid. Mike Bell has rising hopes of getting back to his old berth, now held by Henry Weber; but Billy Johnson is not worrying that his apparent cinch on the nomination will be broken. Assemblyman Mabon, as stated elsewhere, desires to be sheriff. Aid. Markham (acting mayor by law) has a hankering to become public prose cutor. Assemblyman O. B. Lewis ls In the hands of his friends, to be pushed in or held out, as may seem wisest when candidates are nominated for the places now held by Judges Kerr and Egan. There are others, too, al though not so well known. Enthusiastic friends of Assemblyman Krahmer. for In stance, say he would make an excellent coun ty treasurer: b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. • -- '" _a_c OFFICE 20 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. "C ' _= MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Lizzie A. Rlnes has begun an action for the recovery of money from Nettle K. Mat thews, and has garnisheed the Metropolitan bank in the action. Arrangements are being made for a bicycle race for a prize for the Afro-American oham fiionship of the Northwest by the Odd Fel ows at their picnic August 4. The funeral of N. R. Thompson, which was to have occurred yesterday afternoon from the Church of the Redeemer, was postponed on account of the MneßS of Mrs. Thompson. Sophie E. Wold has begun a suit for di vorce from Anton J. Wold on the ground of desertion. They were married in 1878 at Cheteck, Wis., and plaintiff is 44 years of age and defendant 47. She claims he deserted her in July, 1891. A three-months-old daughter of C. H. Phil lips, of 2511 Aldrlch avenue south, was found dead in bed yesterday morning. The baby had become entangled In the bed clothes in I some way and was suffocated. The damage...

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