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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 August 1896

i VERY BRO FOR TRADE ARG THH PRESENT POLITICAL, CON mTIO-!»S THHOI GHOVT THE BftlTSB STATES. CREDITS ARE SHORTENED, BRADSREKT'B SAYS THAT TUB PO LITICAL I MCRRT.UMV CAUSES TIIW THOMII.s;. fOIMHV OHIIKHS ARS2 CANCELED. In Spite otf tht> Curtailment of Pro duction Stock* Continue to In crenac GcnorHll). NKW YORK, July 31.— Bradstreefs tomorrow will say: Political uncer- j tainty continues an unfavorable factor In trade, and ir.du.vtriul and mercantile lir.es are unusually dull. Mercantile credits are closely scanned, and in many Intitanrms shortened. Merchants In Xorthe.n Louisiana and Southern Arkansas have canceled orders for fall j delivery in some cases owing to the effect on trade of the drought there. The industrial situation is less favor able. Among manufacturers of iron and steel it is regarded as serious in some lines, owing to the surplus and falling off of demand. The production of pig ; iron is further curtailed, yet stocks in- ! crease. The outlook is for a further ! ...

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. — 1 August 1896

TEARS IflTrjElfl EYES yktkhaxs greet m'kixley and the meeting is very af- FECTING. THE MAJOR AND THE MONEY. lIE DECLARES THAT EVERY DOL LAR OF DEBT, PEA'S IOXS \M) ALL, JIIST BE PAID IN GOLD COIN. Bnya That the Veterans Will De leutl National Integrity as They Would the Flair. Canton, 0., July 31. — The most enthu siastic delegation and most affecting greeting at the McKinley home was today's visit of farmers, workingmen and old soldiers of Guernsey county, who arrived here shortly before noon. The delegation left Cambridge on the Cleveland & Marietta road, and in a Bhort time struck the flooded lowlands. "For seven miles," said ex-Congressman J. G. Taylor, 'the locomotive poked Its nose through water overflowing the Tuscarawas river, and it was a fight to get through." At the McKinley residence, Mr. Taylor acted as spokesman for the party, which ■was under G. A. R. auspices. He spoke of the tin plate industry at Cam bridge. Chaplain W. M. McFarland, of the United Presbyterian c...

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. — 1 August 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE WILL DECRY SILVER DISTINGUISHED CLERGYMEN OF SHE TWIN CITIES HOLD A COM'KItr.NCE. MET IN ST. PAUL YESTERDAY. AK< HHISHOP IRELAND, BISHOP GIL BERT, REV. PR. S. E. WILKIN >OX WfiRK THERE. lili:\ WILL TAKE THE PLATFORM. Will OfiVr Tiuir Services to the Re publican State Crntrnl Com mittee After Sept. 1. A conference of a good deal of im portance between a number of St. Paul and Minneapolis clergymen was held In St. Paul yesterday. St. Paul was represented by Archbishop Ireland, tht3 h< ad of iho Catholic church in the Northwest, and Bishop Gilbert, of the Episcopal church, and others, while Rev. Marion D. Shutter and Rev. Ed ward Wilkinson were present from Minneapolis. They met to talk over the coming campaign, and, it was re ported, decided that they should make such efforts as they command to fur ther the interest of sound money and the Republican ticket in the North west. It is understood tha...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

F»/\GES 1 to 10. VOL. XIX.— NO. 215. BULLETIN OF TltE ST. PRrUL GLOBE. i SISDAY, AUGUST 2, IN9U. Weather for Today— Pair, "Warmer. PAGE 1. Morton Talk* (or Sound Money. Democratic Count? Convention*. Uniformly for Free Sliver. Almo for John Liud for Governor, Ramsey Demov ratio Primaries. PAGE 2. Poard of Public Works Ousted. Tom O'Brien's Appointment. page: 3. No Change In Camp Mason Site. State Fair Bound to Draw. The Weather for July. PAGB 4. Editorial. Sound-Money Dems.' Announcement. PAGE ft. Colorado's Mining King. *( Secret Police in Germany. PAGE O. Fair Sailors' Day at White Bear. Yl.lt of LI Huns Chans. Another Riot at Cleveland. PAGE T. Condition of the Crops. Tennis Down to the Finals. Fatal Accident in Illinois. Mrs. Lyles on John Brown. •Ohio Sound Money Democrats. PAGE 8. fit. Paul Leads Western League. .Tie Game at Indianapolis. (Averages of Twin City Teams. Caylor's Base Ball Gossip. Career of Adrian C. Anson. Commercial Club Buse Ball. PAGE 0. Bicycle Racing at Ham...

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. — 2 August 1896

2 •S'ffm'T PfIUL. (HIIKKV KILLERS ARRESTED. Six Violators of the Gjime Law Are Nalibrtl. ' Kxecuttve*&g4B Fullerton. of the state game and nsh i« inaiission, received telegrams yes- Terday liom lour deputies in the state notify ing him that six persons had been arrested Tor violaimg the law in shooting chickens. Three peisons were arrested near Anoka, one •"fit Hastings, one in Becker county and one tn Nobles county. There are at present about one hundred deputy game wardens in various i arts of the state, and each one of these cfMiials is keeping his eyes open for Violators of the prairie chicken law. A large number of the deputies have been appointed for special service during the month of August at a. stated salary. The others are satisfied to take chances on being paid out j of the lines collected from those who are caught violating the law. The penalty for the conviction of the offense is $10 for each bird shot bt-foro September 1. and all of the fines imposed under the law...

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. — 2 August 1896

GAJWP pSOfl SITE NO GROCNDS FOR THE RIMOR THAT IT MIGHT BE CHANGED. WAS NOT EVEN THOUGHT OF. ATTRACTIONS FOR THE ENTER TAINMENT OF VISITORS AXE BEING INCREASED. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DECORATIONS Reports From PostH About the Coun try CoiuiiiK' in— Notes of Im portant Meetings. Considerable dissatisfaction was ex pressed at G. -A , R. headquarters yes terday over a report which was given out the previous day from unofficial sources to the effect that it had been found necessary to move the site of Camp Mason. No steps have been taken toward changing the location of the camp nor has the matter even been before the executive committee for consideration. It was suggested re cently, however, that owing to the sandy ground it might be difficult to properly stake the tents so that they would withstand a heavy wind storm and several of the committee, includ ing Gen. Mason, Chairman Horr, of the committee i>n accommodation, and Secretary Pinney visited the camp for the purpose of learning jus...

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. — 2 August 1896

4 THE PfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. "WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON. Aug. I.— Forecast for Sun day: For Minnesota: Generally fair; warm er; winds shifting to southwesterly. For Wisconsin: Fair; warmer, light to fresh winds shifting to southwesterly. For the Dakota*: Generally fair; southerly winds, shifting to westerly; cooler In western por tions. For Montana: Partly cloudy weath er, with local showers; westerly winds and cooler in north portion. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern. Place, Tern. Bismarck 68— 78 Helena 82—88 Boston 68— 78 Montreal .66—74 Cheyenne 80— 84 New York 68—70 Chicago 78— 82 Pittsburg 78—82 Cincinnati 70— SO Winnipeg 74—82 DAILY MEANS. Barometer. 29.93; thermometer, 72; relative humidity. 68; wind, northwest; weather, part ly cloudy; maximum thermometer, 84; min imum thermometer, 59; dally range, 25; amount of rainfall in last twenty-four hours, .29. RIVER AT 8 A. M. Guage Danger Heigh...

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. — 2 August 1896

4 THE SflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, Aug. I.— Forecast for Sun day: For Minnesota: Generally fair; warm er; winds shifting to southwesterly. For Wisconsin: Fair; warmer, light to freah winds shifting to southwesterly. For the Dakotas: Generally fair; southerly winds, shifting to westerly; cooler In western por tions. For Montana: Partly cloudy weath er, with local showers; westerly winds and cooler in north portion. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern. Place. Tern. Bismarck 68— 78 Helena 82—88 Boston 68— 78 Montreal ....66—74 Cheyenne 80— 84 New York 68—70 Chicago 78— 82 Pittsburg 78—82 Cincinnati 70— 80 Winnipeg 74—82 DAILY MEANS. Barometer. 29.93; thermometer, 72; relative humidity, 68: wind, northwest; weather, part ly cloudy: maximum thermometer, 84; min imum thermometer, 59; daily range, 25; amount of rainfall ia last twenty-four hours, .29. RIVER AT 8 A. M. Guage Danger Heig...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

COLORADO'S MINING KING. David H. Moffat, the Famous Mining Millionaire. (Copyrlghted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) DENVER, Col., July 30.— 1 have had an interview with the mining king of the United States. His name is David H. Moffat. He is said to be worth twenty millions of dollars. He has made fortunes out of gold and silver mining, and he has today some of the most valuable properties of the "west. He sold a gold mine last month to parties in France which netted himself and his partners a cold million in cash. His silver mines at Leadville have miles of underbround tunnels, and he is the largest owner of stock in the big cya nide mill at Florence, which turns out for him every month a gold brick worth $40,000. He is developing valuable mines today in different parts of Col orado, and among his great works at Cripple Creek is an immense tunnel, which he is forcing through a moun tain, in which vast quantities of gold are supposed to lie. Mr. Moffat was for years president of the...

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. — 2 August 1896

8 FAIR SAINTS' DAY AA'NUAL LADIES' RACE OF THE WHITE lIKAR YACHT CLl'B YESTERDAY. ALFRIDA STILL WINNING. DOES NOT MAKE MICH DIFFER ENCE WHO SAILS THE HER RESHOFF no AT. POHTIXE SMILED ON THE GIRLS With the Beat Weather of the Yucht liife Season for a I'lvavant Cruise. The lad:es' race at White Bear lake 1 yesterday afternoon was one of the j events 01 the season. A prettier, more j appropriate day could not have been j chosen for the occasion. The weather , was fair, the wind from northwest to ! west, with a speed of from three to I four miles an hour, was light and vari able, with intervals of calm, affording ! opportunities for gay conversation, j The short course was taken. From Dellwood buoy around center and Wlldwood buoy, to Lake Shore, around center and horne — six miles in extent. ] The Sallie B, of the cat boats, the first j boat in. was the first to start, but lost , time in running too close to the island, ! thereby losing the breeze, while the j other boats sailed in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICES SO SOUTH FOURTH STREET. DOWfITOTfIEFiPuS CLOSING STRUGGLE IN THE TEN SIS TOIHNEY WILL COME TO MORROW. CHAMPIONSHIP IN DOUBLES. | 'ARVER AND WAIDNER WILL CON TEST WITH JAYNE AND COOK. CONTESTS CLOSE. Brilliant Playing Witnessed in tbe Eurly Events — Consolation Mutches. ■vers and Slocum vs. Elting and Biting, I ini-nhals, 6-3. 2-6, 6-4, 6-2. Carver and Waldner vs. Myers and Slocuin, unals, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3. Neeley and Day vs. Gates and Belden, cou- I .tion serai- finals, 6-3. S-6, 6-4. The Northwestern tennis tournament has come out to finals in singles and to the championship in doubles. These — o important and decisive matches will be played tomorrow afternoon on thf Lafayette courts and great excite ment prevails regarding the results. In the championship match, which will be played off first, beginning near 2:80 O'clock, Carver and Waidner, the win ners of yesterday's finals, will meet jjayne and Cook, the present cham pions. The Minneapolis team has h...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

8 SAINTS AT THE TOP BY WUTNINCI TWO FROM GOLD DIGS THEY TAKB A GOOD LEAD. TWO GAMES AGAIN TODAY. A CHANCE TO MAKE THEIR MORT- CiAUE OX FIRST PLACE GILT EDGED. l«)U. l. Kits HAXG OXTO HOOSIERS. Twelro-Inning Struggle Ends In a Tic — Tl«er« and Buckeye* Win. St. Pnul H, 7. Grand Rnpirta O, O. .MiiiiM-iipoli* It, ImlianupollN 2. Detroit 0, KuiiNun City 1. Columbuti 11, Milwaukee 8. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. St. Paul 85 53 32 .624 Indianapolis ..81 60 31 .614 Minneapolis 84 49 35 .583 Kansas City 84 46 38 .548 Detroit 83 44 39 .530 Milwaukee 90 41 49 .456 Grand Rapids 88 31 57 .302 Columbus 89 28 61 .815 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. Paul at Grand Rapids, two games. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. Milwaukee at Columbus. Kansas City at Detroit. The following table shows from what -clubs games have been won and to what clubs lost: HJHHffj ciubs. i Ig. 2 : S £ f : \ • ■?*<:: g- *•: ::::i : ? : • i St. Paul — 8 8 5 6 B~i<FTSB .624 Indianapolis 3— 6 9 6 7 8 11 50 .614 Minneapols 6 5— 5 9 ...

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. — 2 August 1896

KEPT THE TAPE HOT THERE WERE SOME WARM FIVISH- ES O.\ THE HAMLIM: TRACK YESTERDAY. GEORGE SUDHEIMERS DAY. HE TOOK THREE FHISTS IN A FIELD OF EIGHT GOOD RACES. GOLD, WATCHES AAD DIAMOND'S Spur Twin City Itiiltrs to Some Sharp Haoink in a Hi^li, Hard Wind. As pretty a day's racing, probably, as was ever put up in an amateur meeting was seen by a small crowd at the Hamline track yesterday. The han dieappers had done their work well in most cases, and in the few cases where it might have been urged that fast men were given disproportionate han dicaps, the objection was lessened by the closeness of the finishes. There were no walk-aways, and few side-trackings. The finish of the five mile handicap race showed as pretty a bunch when the leaders crossed the tape as was ever seen on any bicycle track. Out of the field of a score or more, there were but two who- were not close up in the first bunch, and Within fifty yards of the finish. There was some delay in getting the programme started, ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

1O IN LABOR'S REALM. ASSEMBLY HALL BULLETIN. Typographical Union No. 30 (2:30 p. m.) Today Typographia No. 13 (10:30 a. m.).... Today Hack and Cab Drivers' union Today A. R. U. No. 214 Monday Tailors' union Monday Stage employes Tuesday Carpenters Tuesday Harnessmakers Tuesday Cornice workers Wednesday Bookbinders Wednesday Press feeders Thursday Stereotypers Thursday Garment workers Thursday Bri.klaver, Thursday Journeymen horseshoers ~ •!* Shoemakers 'Saturday Pressmen ~ tt ™*J Letter carriers Saturday Five weeks from tomorrow and labor flay will have come again, and thous ands of working men and women will parade the streets, proud of the fact that they have been accorded the privilege so to do by a law making the fust Monday In September a national holiday for their especial benefit. In Chicago. Cleveland, Kansas City and Cincinnati, more elaborate preparations for the celebration of the day are being made than ever before. It is estimated that between 35,000 and 45,000 will tak...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

PAGES 11 to 18. VOL. XIX.— NO. 215. I SEWPLL, THE SHIPBUILDERS A few days ago when at Chicago Ar thur Sewall was summarily dropped as the Maine member of the national com mittee, he wrote home to his family in Bath: "I have been dropped from the na tional committee, and I am out of pol itics for good and for all." Within twenty-four hours from that moment he was very much more in politics than his fondest dreams could ever have pictured, even when he was thoroughly en rapport with his party- In Maine and at the height of his po litical influence. Mr. Sewall cannot be called a well known man, even In his own state, out side of the strictly business interest for which he has cared, or beyond the pale of business friends with whom his connection with railroad and shipping interest has brought him in contact. His personality, nevertheless, is an in teresting one. Arthur Sewall, third Bon of William Dunning and Rachel Trufant Sewall, was born in Bath in November, 1835. His father was one...

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. — 2 August 1896

12 FROM POVERTY TO «*— . ,^^TWO HUNDRED MILLIONS CHAPTER I. This is the story of America's wealth iest man and greatest philanthropist. It is the history of a man who, with al most $200,000,000 at his command, gives art-ay over $500,000 yearly in charity, says tht New York Herald. in short, it is the story of John D. Rockefeller, the Standard Oil Midas, Croesus, wizard, magician or magnate, whichever you may choose to call him. Thirty years ago he was a poor man. With one uncertain foot on the bottom rung of the ladder of fortune, he began to mount with amazing speed toward the top. He has amassed wealth at the rate of six million dollars a year for a period of thirty years. He now iinds it difficult to keep track of his property Ami still the great sold ball rolls on, accumulating- and increasing with the years, becoming more colossal and more formidable as the days pass, until some day it may require an array of men to look after it. John D. Rocke feller does not earn money now as...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

12 FROM POVERTY TO «^— . HUNDRED MILLIONS CHAPTER I. This is the story of America's wealth iest man and greatest philanthropist- it is tin' history of a man who, with al most $U00. 000,000 at his command, gives a\vay over $500,000 yearly in charity, says thi New York Herald. In short, it is the story of John D. Rockefeller, the Standard Oil Midas, Crotsns. wizard, magician or magnate, whichever you may choose to call him. Thirty years ago he was a poor man. With one uncertain foot on the bottom rung of the ladder of fortune, he began to mount with amazing speed toward tin- to]). He has amassed wealth at the rat< of six million dollars a year for a period of thirty years. He now finds it difficult to keep track of his property And still the great gold ball rolls on, accumulating and increasing with the years, becoming more colossal and more formidable as the days pass, until some day it may require an army of men to look after it. John D. Rocke feller does not earn money now as he...

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. — 2 August 1896

BOOKS OF THE HOUR TALES OF CORRESPONDENCE AXD CfOXVERSATIOMS, BY CLYDE FITCH. "A FIRST FLEET FAMILY." ATTRACTIVE NEW LITERARY EDI- TlO\ OF MARK. TWALVS "VVOHKS. "A VOYAGE TO VIKIXG-LAXD." JuMlu McCarthy's "The Riddle Rluk"-»M} Literary Zoo"— "Checked Thought**." It is impossible not to admire the c<*\er ot Clyde Fitch's new volume of Bkctelß's. Messrs. Stone and Kimball ha\'e' v an especial gift at artistic covers, i 1 ml iliis one, which is gotten up a la some of the season's prettiest frocks arul Consists of transparent linen scrim over a lining of what might very well be changeable silk of a reddish hue and is decorated with lines of black, highly suggestive of velvet ribbon bands, is an admirable binding for the bunch of chiffons whlcTi Mr. Fitch calls "Some Correspondence and Six Conversa tions." The litle tales are bright and amusing- enough, but we are not at all sure that they live up to the promise of the binding. The "Correspondence," especially "Two Letters and a Posta...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

At- SAltfT PAUL SOCIAL. The tennis tournament at Minne- tonka drew the people from the city last week, that is among the younger circles, and there were a number of house parties made up of charming girls and athletic young men at the lake cottages. A house party, by the way, is an awkward thing to manage well, and the hostess who so handles her guests from the time of her cheery welcome to the day of departure with bo much tact and thoughtfulness that there has been no friction among them, and no petty misunderstandings, not to mention open warfare, is indeed a woman of rare genius and possesses qualities to fit her for a successful politician. In such small quarters as the cottages at the lakes afford a week is sufficiently long for any house rarty to hold. The guests have seen all they"' want to of each other by that time, unless It be the newly engaged couple, and of them every one else has seen enough, and they are not likely to lose sight of each other even if they do return t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 August 1896

SENSIBLE BANFF the Beautiful, Rocky Mountains and Return only $50.00. Includes all meals en route. Double berth both ways. PEOPLE MACKINAC "Sea Girt Fairy Isle" and Return only $12.50. READ » ■ Tuesday and Friday. Good Ten Days. Leave St. Paul at 6:45 P- M. Leave Minneapolis at 7:20 P. H. Arrive Mackinac next morning. Daily S. S. Express connects at Soo with every Lake Steamer for Points East. BETWEEN ST. PAUL OFFICE: No. 398 Robert Street (Ryan Hotel). 0121213 MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE: No. 127 S. Third St. (Guaranty Bldg.) THE LINES THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE: SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, 1896. STYLES OF AUTUJWN ItISSET, Rl STY AXD DUSTY SHADES AHK POPVLAK I.\ MILMSRKY. AN ENGLISH WALKING HAT. POINTS FOR THOSE! WHO MAY NOT WEAR SI'RIX<i HATS UNTIL FALL. NEW GOWNS AND FABRICS. Striped and Tufted Canvas Make Very Pretty Dresnes for Summer. Special Correspondence of the Globe. NEW YORK, July 30.— 1t is by no means too late for new summer hats, though they show, in a subdued color ing, the wane of the glo...

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