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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

♦ THE DflllY GLOBE IS 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 .SO Daily and Sunday, Six Month* - $2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Daily Only, per Month .40 Daily Only, Six Months $2.25 Daily Only, One Year $4.00 Sunday Only, One Year -- - - $1.50 Weekly, One Year $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 flies of the Globe alv.ays kept j on hand for reference. WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, July 25.— Forecast for Sun day: Minnesota— Threatening weather, prob ably showers and cooler Sunday afternoon; variaMe winds, becoming north. Wisconsin— Threatening weather, probably j ehowers Sunday afternoon ; slightly warmer in 1 the eastern portion; fresh to brisk southwest j winds. The Dakotas— Threatening weather wi...

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. — 26 July 1896

IWR.BOTIiERBONOHED CHOSEN FOR CHAIRMAN BY THE «KW POPI LIST NATIONAL COMMITTEE. FIGHT ON SECRETARYSHIP. SCHILLING, OF WISCONSIN, WHO OPPOSED BRYAN. HAD A STRONG FOLLOWING. MIDDLK HOVDKUS WKRB CURIOUS. \V v uteri to Know What the Com. ■ttttee Would Do In fuse Mr. ltrynii Declined. ST. LOUIS. Mo., July 25.— The Pop alist national committee- held its firsr. meeting tonight. After quite a spirit ed contest, Senator Butler, of North Carolina, was elected chairman, re ceiving 65 votes on the second ballot. The other men who were placed In SttINNESOTA SOUND MONEY' DEMOCRATS' GREETING TO THE NATION* nomination were Senator Allen, of Ne braska, and Gen. Weaver, of lowa. Senator Allen said he did not see how it was possible for him to give the necessary time to the campaign. There was a fight over the secretary ship. Senator Allen suggested that J. A. Edgerton, of Nebraska, be elected, and several others. Including Robert Schilling, of Wisconsin, were placed in nomination. The speeches made f...

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. — 26 July 1896

f I P. fIOAD is SOLD BID* IN BY PRESIDENT WINTER FOR THE NEWI-Y REORGAN IZED COMPANY. WENT FOR TEN MILLIONS. ONLY ONE BID AVAS MADE AND IT THE LOWEST ONE AL LOWED. BBANCH LINES AND LAND AS WELL Other Pornerty When Put Under th£ Hammer by Master Carey Taken by Mr. Winter. WEST SUPERIOR, July 25.— Special Waster Alfred E. Carey this morning, at Superior, Wis., sold the entire line of the Northern Pacific Railway com pany, its bonds, stocks and leases and branch lines, under the decree of Judge Jenkins, of the United States federal court. The sale was interrupted by but two formal notifications and the property was bid in by Edwin W. Win ter, president of the Northern Pacific as reorganized, on behalf of that cor poration. The railroad officials and representa tives of the bondholders arrived this morning on a special train. They "first proceeded to Walbridge, on the North ern Pacific, to view the new spur track being built under the new articles of incorporation, to legalize it, and t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE ZU 3UUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLORIL.ES. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Boyd left for Europe last night. Ensign Potter, of the Salvation Army, is dangerously ill at the home of Maj. Gifford, on Fifteenth street west. W. B. Hammond will deliver an address this afternon at 3 o'clock at 34 Washington avenue south, on "The Value of Labor Or ganization." Stephen Regan fell from a Northern Pa cific train Friday night and crushed his foot beneath one of the cars. He was taken to the city hospital. The state board of pharmacy, which has been in sesion at the university during the week, examining candidates for registration as pharmacists and assistants, having com pleted its work has adjourned. A mass meeting will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Twenty-sixth and Glrard avenues north, at which the single tax prob lem will be discussed. Among the speaksr3 will be C. J. Buell, S. A. Stockwell and W. J. Gallagher. The finance committee of the park board, after an examinatio...

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. — 26 July 1896

8 SURPRISE TO SAIfiTS THEIR LONG SERIES OF VICTOR IES BROKEN BY THE TAIL ESDERS. PLAYED SPLENDID • BALL COMISKET'S BOYS MADE NO ER RORS BUT COLUMBUS BOYS WON OUT. COUNT MULLANE ON THE RUBBER. Denser Wai to Have Pitched, But a Mis In Attack of Illness Pre vented It. < ..luinlii.-. 3, St. Paul 2. Mlnnenpolia 0, Detroit 7. Grand Rapid* 17, Milwaukee 5, 1 ml iumi (tolls 8, Khuwin City 1 Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Indianapolis 76 49 27 .645 St. Paul 77 47 30 .610 Minneapolis 81 48 33 .693 Kansas City 78 43 35 .551 Detroit 77 38 39 .494 Milwaukee 83 39 44 .470 Grand Rapids 80 30 60 .375 Columbus 84 24 60 .286 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. Paul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Detroit Milwaukee at Grand Rapids. Kansas City at Indianapolis. Special to the Globe. COLUMBUS, 0., July 25.— Comiskey and his Saints had a decided surprise sprung on them at the league park this afternoon in the presence of 500 of the faithful fans, who turned out to en courage the tail-enders. The Apostles ■walked on ...

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. — 26 July 1896

DYCLISTSHHTTENTION ! CLEApiG AfID REMOVAL SALE Our Entire Stock, Including Bicycles, Sundries, Clothing, Shoes, Sweaters, Sporting Goods, Cutlery, Etc., Etc., Wttl Be Sold Within the Next Ninety Days. ©t!R PREGES WILL DO IT. Everything Sacrificed. Nothing Reserved, Yeu r Gain. Oar Loss. We have decided to change our location, and wish to clean out and reduce our present stock. We will make prices that will do it. This is the best chance ever offered in St. Paul to secure bargains in first class, reliable Bicycle Goods. NOTE THESE SAMPLE PRICES: Ball rearing- Bicycle Shoes, formerly $2.75 to $4. 00, cut to $1.95 to $3.00. Bicycle and Golf Hose, choice of Si. so and $2.00 grades cut to 750. SWEATERS— S2.OO for $3.00 and $3.50 grades; $1.75 for $2.75 grades, and 52.00 grades cut to $1.25. BICYCLE SUITS— SI2.SO Suits now $8.50; $9.50 Suits now $8.50; £5.00 Suits now $3.50. Coats or Trousers separate at proportion ate prices. CAPS— 7Sc Caps now 50c; 50c Caps now 30c. BELTS— SI.OO Belts n...

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. — 26 July 1896

10 OHIO I{IVEE FLOOD GREAT DAMAGE DONE ALL ALONG THE VALLEY BY RISING WATERS. THREE STATES INVOLVED. FLOODED DISTRICT EXTENDS FROM CINCINNATI CLEAR IP TO PITTSBI'KU, RIVER IS STILL ON THE RISE. K\«'ii If There Is No More Rain Worst of tbe Trouble Is to Come. CINCINNATI, 0., July 25.— The river at Cincinnati at 8 o'clock tonight was 80 feet 5 inches above low water mark, having risen 2 feet and 1 inch since 6 o'clock this morning. Since this evening it has been rising here at the rate of nearly two inches per hour. It will probably rise much more rap idly tonight and reach by Monday night a maximum stage of 44 feet. Below Cincinnati the Kentucky and Indiana tributaries of the Ohio, though full, are not at flood height. The Lick- Ing river in Kentucky, opposite Cin cinnati, is not above an ordinary wet weather stage. All the tributaries on the Ohio side have been torrents, notably the big Miami, the Scioto, the Hocking and most notably" of all the Muskingum. Beginning with the Big San...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

FVIGES 11 to 18. VOL. XIX.— NO. 208. ST. PAUL'S GREAT f£r Jy Q> H iilPhh .^^^ Remember We Have the Big- Reliable Goods at Honest Prices, pr^Brßrli""^ ? " ■■■mmi— inniy r c • . s —.„_ ..■■■..■■■■■HiiiMiiiHinii T^rnmmmmrwmrmmnnT^f3S^SSSSSSlS^^^ mam^^^^^™^^^^^^^ '"'" n^TT 4 Send in Your Orders. ika....^. " -* MM '''' Bl 'lißl«ill^^ ' '■ ■ - ; -' -'V >^4 .'•■■i-- ; ;* ; . ■■-■r/. r : ■•- '■• -: *'■ ' ' Dress Goods Cuttothe Q ui <*\ P^OliniTlV IQ fllA \\f 2li"f r li\l/rif*ll / IfL^ J^ Wash Goods Dept Tomakequickgeilin-! See what you will gain by \ *— < w VT II LP I II V 13 tilt T T dlWll VT \J lU. / The Choicest Productions at Surprising our loss. Remember, the goods offered are all stylish \ .— . «■*•■■-%%* ■ Q£B / Reductions. and desirable, but we must close them out. V> ♦ —=-~ =^^= I i\l §»ws">lr« w H ttJ Elgl F- '- — - ♦ # Those beautiful Light Colored Summer Lawns <^r» r».^ t i-n>™ II 111 kfliilll nVllEg. # that have been selling at 6 cents. Monday morning, f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

*3 A MOMOCHAFH I FOX THE FRESH WATER SALMON OF CAN ADA. THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU. A I'UETTY ROMANCE WHOSE SCENE IS LAID IX XO-MAX'S LA\D. TALES OF FAXTASV AXD FACT. •♦The Crimson Siifn." liy S. R. KeiKlit le»— A Book of Essays on Literuture. The number of writers who are spir itually and mentally able to produce books with souls Is so very limited that when one of the small number falls away this desertion is as conspicuous as it is lamentable, and nothing seems an adequate punishment for the of fense. The hardest words which can be imagined are too gentle to apply to Mr. H. G. Wells' recent lapse from excellence. "The Island of Dr. Mo reau" is not only a soulless but also a distorted book, and Its author should be scourged with scorpions rather than whips, fur he is one of the few people capable of writing books which add perceptibly to the delight of the Intel ligent. "Dr. Moreau" would be an in sult coming from any writer. From Mr. "Wells it Is also an injury, for no matter how h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

lUUSIG OF THE WEEK SKETCH OF A ST. PAUL, GIRL WHO HAS JIST RETURNED FROM ABROAD. CONCERTS AT WHITE BEAR. THK NEW TWO STEP TO lIE HEARD AT RAMALEY'S XEXT TUESDAY, TESTIMONIAL TO MISS PORTER. Flr«t Afro-Amorlrnn I.:i<ly in tin Northwest to Grnrinate From a Convent. Miss Hedwig Lemke Is a St. Paul girl who has recently returned from a two years course of study on the violin In Berlin. Miss Lemke is the daughter of E. F. Lemke, of this city, and a graduate of the high school, where she MISS HUD WIG LEMKE. took the usual four years' course In three and a half years, graduating with the class of '92. Since but ten years of age she has been a devout lover of the violin, and at that time played with Seibert's once in public. This is the only time she has eve? ap peared before a St. Paul audience. In Berlin she has been the pupil of Mar kees, of the Royal conservatory, and since leaving Berlin has been in Switz erland and Paris, completing her stud ies in French in the latter place. Previ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

14 SAlriT PAUL SOCIAL, Most of the gaiety in social circles last week was confined to Minnetonka and the hotels at that resort claimed a large majority of the society people from both cities. The regatta, of course, was the attraction. Many of those who went out during the week remained over the Sabbath and some will not return before the week Is up. This week the attraction will be at "White Bear, where the entertainment Is to be held Tuesday evening for the benefit of the Cycle Path association. There will be numerous parties made up from town, some of them cycle parties and some going out by train. This will be decidedly a society event and will no doubt be one of the most ♦njoyable events of the lake season. Ice cream socials still continue to at tract and even the somewhat autum nal weather of last week did not seem to diminish the sale of the frozen dainty, though some of the events were postponed on that account. There Is something very enticing to the most of people about a ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

JIEW YORK FASHIONS MATE} LKROV DESCRIBES NOVEL TIES FOR FALL AND WINTER. BLACK STUFFS IN VARIETY. BILK'S CHEAPNESS MAKES IT NOT <*tITB THE PROPER THING. BOI'AVE JACKET HERE TO STAY. In a Hundred Different Shapes and an Many Different Style*. Among the newest ideas for fall and winter goods one finds black stuffs in great variety, and some of the goods are very fine and novel in weave and in the combination of different wools. Al batross cloth, so long out of style, is among the newest, with this difference from the old: The Australian wool, vhlch is a soft, dull black, is mingled with mohair, so that the mohair does not really show, and yet one recognizes GOWNS FOR LATE SUMMER. Its presence by a brighter sheen than albatross ever had before. There is a very heavy gicilienne for bathing suits and for traveling gowns and wraps. This is the thickest that ever was woven In this goods, and the meshes are very coarse, but the gloss and finish are exquisite. I see also among the demisai...

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. — 26 July 1896

16 fljWOfiG THE ORDERS DOINGS IN SECRET SOCIETY CIR CLES IN ST. PAUL LAST "WEEK. E. H. MILHAMS PROMOTION. SUCCEEDS F. S. M'DOXALD IN COM MAND MINNESOTA KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, ENGINEERS PLANNING AN OITING. Tln-y "Will Go Down to Hastings At-\i Saturday— Kntiihts of Malta Active. An order was received Thursday, making Col. E. H. Milham, of St. Paul ! Euccessor to the late F. S. McDonald, in j command of the Minnesota Knights of i I'ythias brigade. Col. Milham, having I been in command of the Second regi ment for some time, is the snior of ficer in the state, hence his appoint ment. Accompanying the iT-ier fr<>m Gen. Carnahan, was a letter expressing his deep regret at the loss of Gen. Mc- Donald, and extending his sympathy to the bereaved family. Similar letters have been received from Supreme Vice Chancellor Colgrove, Representative Ogden A. Feathers, of Janesville. Wls.; from cen. W. H. Simons, of La C» - osse, Wis.; Past Supreme Representative Arthur C. Philipps, of Sioux Falls;...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. W*«TS >fftY BE LEFT »t tne following Ibcadoui (or inter. tlon In the Daily an. l Sunday Globe, • t tbe nunte rates us are chargeu l»jr <lie uutlu office. ■AJMJUOk Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNTSLLING AVKNUK. DAYTON'S ULCKF. Eever Westby Drug Store <S7a EAST THIRD STREETS ~IOWEH TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill New» Btaad , 442 BROADWAY. MEUHIAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey Dru« Store ST. AJTTrTOKY AND PRJOR AVKNUES. ST. ASIHOSY HILL. Eiutl Ban Druggist GRAVD AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store SELRY AND WESTERN AVFNUES. Btraljrht Brc« Dniff Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. EraeVett'B Pharmacy VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDB. The Eclipse Drug Store. 8. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVTCNTTW. George Marti Dm* Store 8 WABASHA AND FATRFTKL...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 July 1896

18 The World's Biggesf Cyanide MiTT, (Copyrighted, 1596, by Frank G. Carpenter.) DENVER, July 23.— 1 begin with this letter a series describing the revolu tion which is going on in the mining regions of the West. During the past three months I have traveled several thousand miles in the Rocky moun tains. They are alive with prospect ors. It is estimated that 2,000 men are climbing 1 about the hills and canons of California, Arizona and Nevada. There are hundreds of prospectors going care fully over the old mining regions of Colorado, and in Utah is now being developed a new gold region, which Salt Lake City men claim will produce more than enough to pay off the na tional debt. The gold now being mined at Cripple Creek is enormous in quan tity, and there are other camps in Colorado which are turning out for tunes in gold-bearing rock. The new processes of gold reduction have changed almost entirely the character of gold mining and within the next few years the whole will be repros pe...

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. — 27 July 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 209. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PfirUL GLOBE. MONDAY, JVLY 27, 1800. Weather for Today- Fair, Preceded by Showers. PAGE 1. Jlryan's Telt'jsrain to St. Louis. He Stood liy Mr. Sewnll. Attempted Murder and Suicide. A Father Kill* His Son. UiR Duluth Saw Mill Burned. lladser Murderer Hnnss Himself. PAGE 3. Talk. With Daniel W. Lawler. Spiritualist Camp Meeting Ends. Uemidji's First Fourth of July. PAGE 3. A Farmer's Sad Plight. Street Railway Very Busy. Tennis Today at MinnetonWa. The Funeral of Mr. Elliott. Sewall in the Koud. PAGE 4. Editoriul. London Socialist Congress. PAGE 5. Columbus Wallops St. Paul. Exhibition at Mt. Clemens. Delehanty's Four Home Runs. A Boom in Billinrds. Sports of Many Kinds. PAGE 6. TJoinß's of the Household. Markets of the World. PAGE 7. General Labor News. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Career of the Bryan Family. Silver's Shock: to Trade. TODAY'S EVENTS. Endicott — Republican Committee, 4. Labor Hall— Central Silver Club, 8. Pilgrim Church— Colore...

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. — 27 July 1896

2 SfllNT PfIUL. LOCAL BTOWS NOTES. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Central Presbyterian Church will hold its annual meeting tonight. St. Peter's Lutheran church picnicked yes terday at Keough's place, Seventh street and Pleasant avenue. The board of county commissioners will hold an adjourned meeting at 10 a. m. to day for the purpose of completing the bud get fpr the ensuing rear, I'nion services were held last evening at Purr Street Baptist church. Rev. W. W, Lewis rendered a report of the Y. P. S. Q. E. convention held at Washington. The funeral of the late 0. L. Gustafson. who died after an attempt to commit suicide last week, wa>- held at I o'clock yesterday afternoon from 654 Cook street. The residents at 1011 White Bear avenue, Hazel Park, have in their possession a boy by the name of "Lee." who claims that he has no father or mother— both being dead. A special meeting of both branches of the city council is called for this evening to con firm th<> Hubert stree...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 July 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICES 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. COUNTERFEITER VAIL. rte Is Again Securely Behind the Bars. O. B. Vail, alleged countorfeiter, bigamist and fugitive from justice, apt pupil of the picturesque Rockway, the world-famed New Jersey king of bogus money-makers, in his fox-like nature, is now a prisoner at the Hennepin county jail awaiting his trial at the September term of the United States dis trict court. He was brought to this city from St. Paul Saturday, where Judge Lochren al lowed him the privilege of free air again for a time on $5,000 bonds. That amount he is unable to furnish and languishes in his cell, \v7/^ O. B. VAIL. Impatiently awaiting his trial. Last evening he was seen and asked to narrate his wan derings since he so cleverly gave the slip to the local detectives, Jan. 29, when they searched his house at 318 Fourth avenue south for spurious money. Seemingly he felt the impress of the iron hand of fate. He conversed from the corridor of the third tier of cells....

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 July 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE Is PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFiCIAL PAPER OF BT. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, Payable In Advance. V)all>- and Sunday, per Monti .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Month. - f2.TS Dally and Sunday, One Year - f 5.00 Dally Only, per M«nt» -- - - .4O Dally Only, Six Months $2.35 Dally Only, One Year f4.00 Sunday Only, One Year f 1.50 Weekly, On* Year f I.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDINO, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe alv.ays kept on band for reference. WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, July 26.— Forecast for Monday: For Minnesota: Fair, preceded by ahowers in southeast portion; variable winds. For Wisconsin: Showers; clearing Mon day afternoon; fresh to brisk northwesterly winds, diminishing. For North Dakota: Fair; warmer; variable winds, becoming southerly. For South Dakota: Showers Monday morn ing;...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 July 1896

PLAYED WITH INKS. COUMBIAX HOME GUARDS FORGED 17 HITS ON PRETTY BOY BIRT, CASHING IN FOURTEEN RUNS. ALL THE APOSTL.ES COULD DO WAS TO SAVE A SHIT OIT. JACK. GLASSOOOv'S TRIL.BYS Made the Only Saintly Footprints Betvreeu Third Iliise and the Home Plate. t olutubnn 14, St. Paul 1. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Indianapolis 76 49 27 .645 i St. Paul 78 47 31 .603 < Minneapolis 81 48 33 .593 Kansas City 78 43 35 .551 Detroit 77 38 89 .494 Milwaukee 83 39 44 .470 Grand Rapids 80 30 60 .375 Columbus 85 25 60 .294 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. Paul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Detroit. Milwaukee at Grand Rapid*. Kansas City at IndtanapolU. Special to the Globe. COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 26.— The Bainta were up against it again today and the decisive defeat administered to them by the Senators goes a long way towards revenging the Columbus team for its repeated defeats while in the Twin Cities. If patrons of the game in cities on the Western circuit oould see the Senators now, they would not recogn...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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