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IRS. JAMES GETS PRIZE
STATE ART SOCIETY GIVES HER
SECOND AWARD FOR DESIGN
FOR A DIPLOMA.
The first of the prizes offered by the
State Art Society for a design for the
use of the society was awarded yesterday
to Mi 8. Henry James of St. Paul for a de
sign for a diploma. Mrs James leceived
the second prize for this work, the award
of the first not being announced. Com
paratlvely few designs have been sub
mitted in the competitions and the gov
erning board has not yet secured what
It considers fitting in several departments.
Mrs. James' design includes the figure of
"Wisdom" designed by Daniel C. French
for the capitol.
It was decided to arrange an exhibition I
for the state fair this year if suitable
quarters can be provided for it. the ex
hibit to be largely in the line of applied
Assurances have beeri received from
Governor Van Sant and Architect Cass
Gilbert that an effort will be made to pro
vide the society with quarters in the new
Final arrangements were made for the
first annual art exhibit of the society to
be made in April at St. Cloud. It was
decided that the board to award the
prizes shall be chosen by the exhibitors
and that two of the three shall be from
outside the state.
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Saturday Magazine club, Mrs. H.
Gregg, Franklin and Girard avenues
Dorcas club, Miss Densmore, 514
Thirty-second street, 2 p. m.
Baptist Women Will Meet.
An all day missionary meeting will be
held Tuesday i nthe First Baptist church
The transaction of the annual business of
the Woman's Baptist Home Mission ion
will occupy the morning and at the close
the committee on the new organization
will report- A basket lunch will be served
and in the afternoon a liteiary program
arranged by the Foreign Missionary union
will be given Speakers fiom the home
and foreign field will take part.
Neighborhood Current Events.
The Neighborhood Current E\ents club
met yesteidav with MrH W. Zollers,
2742 Dupont avenue S. The program was
the first in a series on Great Biitain and
the papers were as follows: "Glasgow,
Scotland, a Model Municipality," Mrs.
H. Abrams, "The Irish Land Bill, Im
proved Agricultural Condition," Mrs.
S. Birch "The Isle of Man, Since Hall
Caine's Popularity," Mrs. Frank Watson.
Mrs. C. Merrill gave a reading from
Goldsmith's "Deserted Village" and Mrs.
R. Colburn from Burns' poems.
The club will attend the federation
breakfast in a body and will meet at Lake
street and Lyndale avenue at 10"30 o'clock
Friday morning. The next meeting will
be held Feb. 18 with Mrs. George W. Coo
ley, 3026 Lyndale avenue S.
Reception for Mr. Fenollosa.
The reception for Ernest F. Fenollossa
will be given by the teachers of the Logan
and Prescott schools and by the members
of the executive board of the Teachers'
club to-morrow afternoon from 2 until 5
o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlors.
Young Women Plan Program.
The young ladies of Miss Adancourt's
Bible class of Gethsemane church will
present "The Old Maid's Return," a sequel
to "The Old Maid's Convention," Tuesday
night in the guild hall on Fourth avenue
S and Ninth street. "A Chinese Wed
ding" in pantomime will also be given
and later there will be an informal recep
tion for the young people.
Westminster club will meet Monday evtnlng
with Dr. A. O. Bennett, 137 Fifteenth street.
W P. Klrkwood will read a paper on "The
Poet'B Wireless Telegraphy."
Sunday morning the Political Equality club
will attend services in All Souls' Unlversalist
church, when Rev. A N Alcott will speak on
"Lyman Abbott's Objections to Woman's Suf
FARMINGTON GIRLS' PLAN
Graduates Want to Secure Control of the
School and Change the Man
Hartford, Conn Feb. 5 Mrs. J. M.
McCormick, daughter of Senator Hanna,
has been in Farmington for several days
as the representative of a large number
of "Farmington girls" with an offer to
buy the entire Farmington school prop
erty from the present owners at a high
price, or lease it for a term of years
The graduates of the school ha\e not
been satisfied with the wav things have
been going at the school i ecently. During
Miss Porter's life and after her death dur
ing the management of Mrs. Dow, the
school was most affectionately regarded
by all old pupils. Last year the Bchool
passed Into the hands of Dr. Robert P.
Keep, Miss Porter's nephew, and Mrs. Dow
and several old teachers and a large pro
portion of the pupils have gone elsewhere.
Mr. Keep is thought to have positively
declined to avail himself of this oppor
tunity to reinstate the old institution in
the affections of its graduates and at
the same time to make a satisfactory
SOCIETY EDITOR BANNED
President Roosevelt Requests the With
drawal of a Washington News
Washington, Feb. 5.Another newspa
per writer has been put under the ban by
President Roosevelt. Secretary Loeb tele
phoned to the editor of the Washington
Post that the society editor of that paper
must be "withdrawn" from the White
House, as she was distasteful to the presi
"What's the matter?" asked the editor
over the phone.
"Come up here and I will tell you," said
"My office is in the Post building," the
editor responded, "and if you have com
munications to make I will receive them
That ended the matter so far as the Post
waa concerned. The society editor was
on the Post all thru the McKinley admin
Court Decides She Is Entitled to Respect
Indianapolis, Feb. 5.The Indiana su
preme court has announced the doctrine
that a mother-in-law is entitled to dutiful
conduct on the part of her son-in-law.
Mrs. Emeline K. Casper sued Don K.
Hitchcock, her son-in-law, whom she had
entrusted with money to lend for her.
Acting on the advice of Hitchcock, Mrs.
Casper deferred pushing the borrower to
recover her money until eight years' in
terest had become due and the borrower
had lost his farm thru a mortgage fore
closure. Hitchcock then denied liability,
.feeing her son-in-law, says the court, he
owed her a duty, end when she' suffered
'thru his carelessness he should make the
COUNTESS WANTS DAMAGES
atd to Be an Adverturess and Black
mailer with Many Schemes.
Chicago, Feb. 5.Mrs. Margherita Gage,
countess de Silvia, of Spain, a diamond
decked woman of manv adventures well
known in two continents, is hiding In one
of tU? city's hotels awaiting the prosecu-
wrr*A*vmnmrf FRIDAtY EVENING,
For the Toilet*
With every purchase
of 50c and over of
^?C# Mme. Yale'B prepara-
tions we will give
Free a sample jar of Mme. Yale's
Almond Blossom Cream. Yale prep
arations sell at 21c, 89c, 79c upwards.
We are winning
men to the Don
aldson way of
the'modern, great-store co
ing for your
you ever had
equal to the finest custom
tailor workall this season's
styles and $25, $30 and $35
qualities, at $ 15.90-
OvercoatsOur $18 and $20
new overcoats, at $12.45.
$12.50 overcoats, $9.50.
Men's new suitsThis win
ter's newest fabricsfancy
Apples, Fancy Rhode Island
Greenings, per peck, 35c.
Oranges, regular 25c Navels, per
Large 40c Navel Oranges, per doz.,
Lemons, thin skinned, per doz., 18c.
Cocoanuts, each, 3c.
Dates, per lb., 6c.
Pecans, Jumbo s, per lb., lie.
Shelled Pecans, per lb., 45c.
Shelled Walnuts, per lb., 32c.
Salted Peanuts, per lb., 13c.
Crystallzed Cherries, per lb., 42o.
Maraschi no Cherries, $1 bot., 62c.
Butter, best made, gal. jars, $1.20.
Dairy Butter, half-gal jars, 90c.
Butterine, sweet, per lb., 12%c.
Lard, country rendered, per lb., 8%c.
Cheese, Michigan Cre^m, per lb.,
Brick Cheese, rich, per lb., 12%c.
Heinz Mince Meat, per, lb., 12%c.
Pickles, sour per qt., 9c.
Catsup, home made, qt. bot., 13c.
Olives, large Queen, per qt., 25c, per
Chow Chow, Cross & Blackwell's,
qt. jars, 55 c.
Jelly, Apple, Currant or Quince,
large glasses, 10c.
Jam s, pure fruit and sugar, all va
rieties, 1 lb. tins, 9c.
Oneida Community Tomatoes, per
Tomatoes, solid packed, large cans,
Refugee Stringless Beans, Oneida
Community, per can, 14c.
String Beans, 2 lb. cans, 8c.
Strawberry Beets, Oneida Com
munity, regular 25c per can, 15c.
Spinach, 3-lb. cans, 14 c.
Bartlett Pears, 3-lb. cans, 12c.
Peaches, California, 3-lb. cans, 15 c.
Gooseberries, 2-lb. cans, 9c.
Blackberries, 2-lb. cans, 9c.
McLaughlin's XXXX Coffee, per
Tea, all 50c varieties, per lb., &2c.
English Breakfast Tea, good quali
ty, per lb., 24c.
Cocoanut, befit shredded, per lb.,
iii.i,,.,,, ^nftifjtitofcaay.ff- ifiimi iimfillTi^^^^^^
Our Own Greenhouses give us facili
ties that place us in the lead. We
are doing a great business in
Plants, Cut Flowera, Special Designs
Our service is prompt and telephone
orders receive immediate attention.
tweeds, hand-tailored, guar
anteed to fit and retain the
shapeour $18 and $20 suits
$12.50 and $15 suits, $9.75.
$25.00 and $30.00 Kensington
Men's ShirtsPercale and
irfadras shirts, stiff and soft
bosoms, cuffs to match,
slightly soiled75c to $1.50
shirts, at 59c.
Men's Socks in tan and oxford
cashmere,good quality, 13c.
Men's Underwear Natural
merino shirts and drawers
fine, heavystrong and good
washing quality nearly all
sizes our 75c line, Satur
day, at 50c.
Suits for girls
ecru and gray
heavy fleeced cot
tonthe 75c qual
choice at 35c.
wool plated, all
sizes, $1.50 qual
ity, Saturday, $1.
Imported Stockings-of fast
black cotjton, real maco, four
thread, ribbed top, high
spliced heel, double sole and
toe, the 35c quality, Satur
day, at 25c.
Wilton and Axminster Has
socks in new and choice
colorings, the regular 50c
kind, while they last Satur
day at 29o.
A Fine LineCrushed and
pleated Leather Belts, black
and red, worth 50c, Satur
day at 25c.
tion of her suit for $10,000 for an alleged turning to Chicago from Texas the woman
assault on her by August C. Magnus,
president of the A. Magnus Sons company,
a prominent clubman and relative of tho
Busch family of St. Louis.
Three years ago while Magnus was re-
succeeded in striking up an acquaintance
with him. Since that time he and his
wife have received numberless telephone
messages demanding money or threaten
ing suit if it was not paid.
Macaroni, 1-lb. pkgs., 6%c.
Lima Beans, dried, per lb., 5c.
Navy Beans, good quality, per
Rice, whole Japan, per lb., 6c.
1000 Circle Veneer Frame Pictures6-inch size, with
fancy ornament around edge, a great variety of sub-
jects in black and white they are fitted ^g im
with good glass and have dust proof
backs always 25c, Saturday only, at...
1500 Beautifully Framed Photo-Colored Pictures in
a remarkably extensive number of subjects hand-
some gold frames with brass corners gfe
size 11x14 inches, some are matted, ^^Sjffj
easily worth 50c, Saturday at
Cabinet* Photograph FramesFinely finished in Rom-
an gilt and shades of green assorted matts in many
colors, good moulding, brass corners, easel backs-
notice how-large the sizes and howrcorresppndingly
small the prices
Soap, Monarch, 10 large bars, 32c.
Bluing, qt. bdts., 4c.
Ammonia, qt. bots., 6c.
Bay Rum, superior quality, Va pt.
Witch Hazel, triple extract, full qts.,
Wall Street Club, a well known
brand, Flora Fina, 3 for 25c size,
per ox of 50, $2.20.
National, 10c size, per box of 50,
Waldorf, large Perfectos, per box of
A few hundred Princepe Gales,
Regalia a Reina, while they
last $5.10 per 100.
Port Wine, 5-year-old California,
per gal, $1.00.
Old Bart on Port, sample bots. free,
qts., 50c per gal, $1.50.
Old White Port, regular $3 per gal.,
especially recommended for medic
inal purposes, per qt., 50c per
White Tokay, regular $2.25 per gal.,
Blackberry Brandy, regular $1 bots.,
Scotch Whiskey, Rhoderick Dhu,
per bot., $1.10.
Sherwood, Maryland's famous Rye
whiske y, full qts., $1.00.
Old Crow Whiskey, full qts., 80c.
Iler's Malt Whiskey, large bots., 75c.
Grape Juice, strictly pure, 50c bots.,
Spring Chickens, per lb, 14c to 16c.
Young Turkeys, per lb., 16 to 18c.
Legs of Lamb, per lb., 12%c.
Lamb Shoulder Roast s, per lb., 80.
Lamb Steaks, per lb., 10c.
Pork Loins, per lb., 9c.
Lamb Stews, 6 lbs. for 25c.
Home Made Little Pig Sausage, per
Jones Dairy Farm Bacon, per lb.,
t*Jones Dairy Farm Saueaffe, fresh,
mTT-ri TsTTXTXTO'A PAT TCJ Tr\TTO-\T A T! i ,*t I
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL.
Book 1 on Dyspepsia.
which book ypu Book 3 th Kidneys
want and address Book 4 for Women.
Dr. Shoop, Box 8620, Book 5 for Men (sealed.)
Racine, Wis Boot
The Greatest* Sale of Pictures the Wo cities have ever had, and as large
in point of number of pictures offered as the sales of the mammoth
stores of the country ther are Thousands of Pictures
Pictures in the BasementPictures on Main FloorPictures on Third Floor
Prices Were Never so LowWe have been^carefully gathering pictures for some months where-
ever we could buy pictures of merit at lower pricesgot one collection of a thousand and another
of five hundred, several in the two and three hundreds, and so on until we rounded up all for
Saturday's Exhibit and Sale
Picture Frames to Order
Making Frames Is a Large Business HereOur facilities are not excelled anywhere matts cut any size, square
or oval. We have experts to help you at every step to help you choose the frames and to make them.
You will be pleased, positively.
As an Act of Humanity
I ask you to tell mo a friend who
needs help. That is alljust the
cost of a penny. Tell me to-day
the name of some sick one.
Tell Me The Book To Send
Then I will do thisI will arrange with a
druggist near him so that he may take six
bottles Dr. Shoop's Bestorative. He may take
it a month to prove what it can do. If it suc
ceeds, the cos- is $5.50. If it fails, I will pay
the druggist myself
tiifle I ask of youjust a minute's
postal And I ask it to aid a
for Women'sNew $15 to $35 Coats
All the New Coats now in one grand lotThese are the fine new coatsthat
went on sale Thursday, or what is left of them$15, $18.50, $20, $22.50,
$25, $27.50, $30 and $35 coats styles asjiandsome as any we have shown this
season at the regular prices the modes are not radical, but models that are
so late in this winter's fashion that they will differ little, if any, from
next season'sit's economy to buy now at
And the sick one's mere
It is but
It is a remarkable thing that I do In return
something that no other physician ever offered.
And I do it for a stranger.
Won't you do that lfttleand to-day11 1
will do the rest? _,
You ask what good it win do.
That month's test will tell. It Is true that
my Restorative may fail There is sometimes a
causelike cancerwhich medicine cannot cure.
But the very fact of my offer must prove that
ftilures are rare, for if they were common the
offer would ruin me.
In tha past twelve years I have supplied my
Restorative to hundreds of thousands on Just
those terms, and 39 out of 40 have paid gladly,
because they got well I have found that the
cured ones ate fairand not a penny Is wanted
from the *est.
A sick one who neglects such an offer is un
kind to himself, for success means health, and 39
out of each 40 secure it. Failure means nothing,
My boundless faith in this remedy is born of
a life time's experience. I have tested it in
hundreds of the most difficult cases that phy
sicians ever meet. I have watched it succeed
countless timeswhen the best of other treat
I know what It will do.
My success comes from strengthening the in
side nerves I bring back the nerre power which
alone operates all vital orgms.
I don't doctor the organs, for the best results
of that method are only temporary. I give
those weak organs strength to do their duty by
restoring the onlv power 'hat makes them act.
There is no other way. You cannot restore a
weak engine by doctoring the machine. You
nus. give it more stea-nand inside uerve power
is the steam of the body.
Tell me a friend who needs this help. The
test will harm no one under any condition. And
it may be that the sick one can otherwise never
Mild cases, not chronic, are often cured with
one or two bottles. At druggists.
Patrons of Journal want column*
are requested to have their copy In
the office by 11:30 o'clock on Satur
day In order to Insure proper classlfi
cation In that evening's Issue.
Hon Cars to Portland, Ore. via
Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma
Fargo.Heiena, Butte, Spokane,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland
Fargo and Leech Lake Local
8t. Cloud, Little Falls, Brain
erd, Walker, Bemidjl, Fargo....
Dakota and Manitoba Express
Fergus Falls, Wa tape ton,
Moorhead, Fargo, (Jamestown
Dally Ex. Saturday), Crookston,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg
"Dulut'n Short Una"
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR
BOCK ISLAND SYSTEM
grain* leave and arrive^ Milwaukee Depot Daily.*
500 PicturesColored subjects in large assortment
the frames are finely veneered in black, with raised
ornamentsa gathering of exceptional wm ffe
attractiveness, values runing to $1.00, Qllfj
Wonderful Values at $ IHere are nearly 900 pictures
of various sizes, subjects and shapes among them
pretty gilt frames, large round frames, panel shapes,
oval frames, few are 3-panelled fruit and #fr gM
game combination pictures, aH subjects of
choicest kinds, your pick Saturday at
One-opening Cabinet Frame, 7x9, 25c value, Saturday af.. 15c
Two-opening Cabinet Frame, 9x12, 35c value, Saturday at 19c
Three*penin Cabinet Frame, 9x17, 45c value, Saturday 25c
Four-opening Cabinet Frame, 9x22,50c value, Saturday at 39c
Five-opening Cabinet Frame, 9x27, 75c value, Saturday at 50c
Daily tBx Sunday
NOTE.All trains use the Union Station, St.
Paul, and Union Station la Minneapolis
TICKET OFFICE ffiJ.'S*!S.BI
& ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
(June 14, 1908.)
Ticket office, 828 Nicollet aT. Pnont^lM.
'Dally. aBx.Sunday. xEx.3at.|
7 50am|*10 80pm
MHWkee. La Crosse, Wlnona|* 2 20pm| 8:20pm
Chicago, La Milwaukee 6 45pm'
Chicago, La X.
CHICAGO "PIONEER" LTD
Chicago, La X. Milwaukee..
Northfleld. Faribault. BK.Qity
Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque.
Northfleld, Faribault, Austin
La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock Is.
OrtonvUle, Mllbank, Aberdeen
Ortonrille, xFargo, Aberdeen
Farmington, Maukato, Wells
Farmington, Mankato, Wells.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City office Fifti and Nicollet. Depot: Wash
ingto'i and Tenth Avs. S. Phone Main 202.
Ex. Sunday. Others daily
Chicago and East.
Oelwein, Mclntire Hay
8 10 pm
Kansas City, St Joseph, 10:20 am
Des Moines, Marshalltown 8:00 pm
Waterloo 10,45 pm
4 55 pmilO.55 am
Dodge Center, Ejayaeld 4-35 amlll.20 am
austin. Mason City, Fort
Dodge, Carroll, Council i
Bluffs and Omaha r. I
FEBRUARY 5, 190l.*'' 4*H
The Tea Rooms
The Finest from AU Points Cuisine,
menu,service and surroundings. We
please the most particular of women
and men. The noon-day meal here
is a pleasure there's no need of
hurrying away men 'may smoke in
the luxurious reception room.
Virfflopher State Express*.
Twilight. Limited 4:00
Duluth, Superior, Ashland..
Elmore. Algona, Des Moines 7 10 am
Elmore, AJgona, Des Moines 7.80 pm
New Ulm, Tracy,Watertown 9.05 am
Bioux City .Omaha. Blk HUls 7-10 am
611 City. Omaha. Kan. Cy. 9:05 am
Watertown, Huron. Redfleld 8 30 pm
Worthlngton, Mitchell, gu F. 8 80 pm
Omaha Limited: 7:30
Sioux City, Omaha. Colorado
Bu City. Omaha. Kan. Cy.j 8.80 pm
6 35 pm
7:40 ami 8:10 pm
8t00 pml 8:00 am 1 g:00 in
("VC**. & jll^j. rt% f*
Office, 800 Nic. Phone, Main 860. Union Depot
Leave 'Daily. fBx. Sunday. Arrive.
St. Cloud, Fersrufl Falls, Fargo
.Tmtah, Aberdeen, Fargo..
FLYER TO PACIFIC COAST
Willmar. S. Falls, 8. City.
Watertown, BrownsValley I
..Princeton, Milaca, Duluth.
.Wayzata and Hutchinson..,
5:10 pm *10:45
Via Fergus palls Div.
PUOET SOUND BXPRBSS
..Montana and Pacific Coast.
.Breck., Furero, G. Fork*...
Willmar. 8.Falls, Yank^.S.Clty
8:40 pm Minnesota and Dakota Express
fcOSpml MteneapoiUtoDnluth. Itl2:40pro
Sleeper for 1L47 train ready at 9 p. m.
Ticket Office, 600 Nicollet. Phone. 240, Main.
Ex. Sunday. Others Daily. Leave. Arrive.
Chicago. Mllw'kee. Madison.l 7.50 am
ChicagoFast Mall I 6 00 p:
orth-Western Limt'd) 8:00
Chicago, Mllw'kee, Madleon.
ChicagoAtlantic Express.. 1 10:20 pm
Duluth, Superior, Ashland..I 7:35 am
8 10 pm
Minneapolis & St. Louis B. B.
Wash, and Hen. Ave., Nicollet House Corner.
Phone No. 225. Bt. Louis Depot.
aBx. Sunday. Others Dally.r Leave. I Arrive.
Watertown and Storm Lake) 1
Express |a 8.67 amla 5:16 pm
Omaha, Des Moloes. Kan-I 1
sa-, City, Mason City and| I
Marshalltown la 8:85 am|a 6:40 pm
EBtbervllle and Madison...] 6:30 pml 8:15 am
"NORTH STAR LIMITED"!
Chicago and St. Louis.
Peoria Limited 7:46pm] 8:15 am
Omaha and Dei Moines|
Limited 8:35 pm 7:25 am
Minneapolis, Si Paul & S. Ste.MarieCrettcc
Depot, 3d and Washington avs 8. Ar.
Kacittc Express, dally I$:
.Atlantic Limited, dally....8:80 am
Depot. 6th-aud Washington avs N.
6:80 pml Dakota Express, dally.....|T:80 ant
CaktntfMT O Spring Boot c*
VsaiUlUg Fashions-is now under
way it will be beautiful and, bet*
ter, it will be useful to every one
who shops by mail. Get one. A re
quest on a post card will bring one
as soon as it is out,
Two Remarkable Values
Money saving items that are
peculiar to the
shoe store and
son way of
do in a
Shoes of black vici kid, lace,
with kid and patent leather
tips, hand turned and welted
soles, and Women's patent
colt-skin lace and button
shoes4 with dull kid tops,
medium weight welted soles,
Spanish arch last and Cuban
heel all new styles, every
size and width $3.00 and
$3.50 grades, at $2.37.
Women's Dress Oxfords of
Cuban and French heels
several natty styles for af
ternoon and evening wear
$3.50 to $5.00 Oxfords, Sat
urday, at $2.37.
New Lot white embroidered
flannels for baby skirts,
price cut especially for Sat
urday to 60c.
Cream White Baby Flannel*
Fine, soft 27 inches wide,
Saturday, at 25c.
2000 yards of printed French
flannels, remnants of eider
down and fancy striped
Scotchflannelsnoneworth less than 40c a yard, many
worth 65c and 75c, Saturday
all goes at 25c.
Sample Line of silk slumber
robesbeautiesonly one of
a kind shown in the blanket
on6 to $ off
You may get your school
supplies at lower cost here
Pencils, 5c dozen.
Ink, 3c, Tablets, 5c, 10c.
Mucilage, 3o Pens, 5c doz.
Composition Books, 5c, 8c,
10c, 15c, 25c.
AH the standards here.
All the latest fiction here,
All prices lowest here.
All book buyers come here.
New arrivals daily.
From 1c to $5And early
purchasers get the choice of
the most complete and varied
line. Lots of new things
"REPUBLIC" (new)....Feb. 13, March 28
"ROMANIC" Feb. 27. April 9, May 14
"CANOPIC" ..March 12
Send for rates and Illustrated booklet.
These tteamerc are the largest In the
First-class, $65 upwards.
Boston to Liyerpol onJStown.
CYMRIC Feb. 18. March 17, April 14
CRETIO March 3, March 31, April 28
First-class, $60 and $65 upwards, according
to steamer. For plans, etc., apply to
O. E. BRECKE, N. W. P. AGT.,
181.123 3d st 8, Guaranty Building,
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
From New York Saturdays at 8:30 a. m.
St. Louis Feb. 6|St. Paul Feb. 20)
New York Feb. 131 Philadelphia .Feb. 27j
NEW YORKLONDON DIRECT.
Manitou Feb. 13, S- m.
Meiaba Feb. 20, 9 a. m.
Mlnnetonka Feb. 27, 2 p. m.
Only first-class passengers carried.
PORTLANDLIVERPOOL, short sea passage*
Canada Feb. 61 Canada March 13
Dominion Feb. 271 Vancouver ..March 28
New Twla-Screw Steamers of 12,600 Tons.
NEW YORKROTTERDAM, VIA BOULOGNE*
Sailing Tuesday at 10 a. m.
Sloterdyk Feb. 16i**Amsterdam..March 1
Statendam Feb, 231 Rotterdam ....March 8
Freight only. **Steerage only.
RED STAR LINE
NEW YORKANTWERPPARIS. j*"
From New York Saturdays at 10:80 a. m.-"'
Finland FeB. 6|Kroonland......Feb. 20
Vaderland .Feb. 18 (Zeeland Feb. 2T
WHITE STAR LINE
From Pier 48, N. R., West 11th st, New York.
Oceanic. ..Feb. 10,1pm Majestic.Mar. 2, 10 am
Celtic Feb. 17, 6 am Oceanic. .March 9, noon _,
Cedric.Feb. 24, 11am Teutonic.Mar 16, 10 amrj'-^j
Cymri Feb. 18, March 17, April 14,
March 4, March 81, April 28 ^fl'I
Republic (new) Feb. 18. March 2ft
Romanic Feb. 27, April 8, Mar 14L
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