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Half Price Sale of
We have bought tlie balance of stock in the mill
of the Celebrated Ypsilante Underwear, at 50c on the
dollar. W placed the whole lot on sale Thursday at
JUST HALF PRICE.
You get two garments for the price of one.
This puichdse consists of women's line merino,
cashmere, wool and silk union suits and vests
1 his Half Price Sale tells you a story of
economical opportunities that you cannot afford
to pass by. For instance
$1.50 Ypsilante Vests and Tights go for 75c
$2.00 Ypsilante Vests and Tights go for $1.00
$5.00 Ypsilante Cashmere Union Suits go for.. .$2.50
$7.00 Ypsilante Silk Union Suits go for $3.50
$4.00 Silk and Wool Mixed Union Suits $1.95
In addition we offer 800 Women's Swiss Eibbed Union
Suits, medium and heavy mercenzed, also silk and wool
Union feuits, low neck, ankle length, and high neck, ankle
length, the regular $3 50 qualities, for $1 95.
There are many other stjles and qualities of Ypsilante
Underweai too numerous to mention. If you aie in need
of underwear of any kind come before the assortment is
brokenit will pay you well.
All arranged on ten tables for quick selling
The Plymouth Corner, Sixth and Nicollet
your dealer Smfa\
sells you a pair of ^t&P
W. B. Corsets
he selects a model which will fit
every part of your figurebust
hipwaist and back. He will show
you as many styles as you desire and
furnish a perfectly fitting gar
ment in the type of corset you
select in the famousW.B.
Nuform and W. B.
Erect Form. Made
in many, qualities re
iai ling upward from $1 a
pair. These corsets were
unqualifiedly endorsed by the
National Dressmakers' Con
ventions. O sale at
IN 2-PIE 10C PACKAGES
MEIUIELL-SOULE CO. 6
Official quotations of tlio Imnoo.poli
Sroduoa Exchange, correetod up to 12
Monday, Nov. 18
Bl) JTTERReceipts Saturday, 7 700 pounds
Cieameries extra, 23*/ic creameries firsts
S2Mc cieamerles, seconds, SO^c, dairies
tras, 21e dallies firsts 18e dairies seconds
18c renoTated firsts ISHac renoTated choice
16e ladles firsts lOc ladles seconds 15c
packing stock fresh, gweet, I6e
EGGSReceipts Saturday, 105 cases. Cur
rent receipts No 1, case count, case, $8 25,
current receipts 1 candled, dozen, 2oc
fresh dirties candled case, $4 50 checks and
pconds candled $4 50 cold storage, candled
do* 2lSc, cold storage at mark car lots
CHbKSETwins or flats, fancy 13%@14c,
in Ins or flats choice 12c twins 01 flats
lair to good 8V4g!8c, loung Americas fancy
In quality regular in stjle 14e Younf? Aran
lets, choice, ll^c, daisies, fancy, 13^c, dai
tjes, choice 11 %c, brick, No 1, 14c brick
2 ll(12c brick INo 3, 6@9c, llmburger,
Jo 1, 12V-C piitnost, No 1, 7@ty3c, Swiss
fancy loaf 15@16c choice 10@llc Swis
lancy block 12(ftl4c S-ni-ss, choice block, 10
@llc, pultoet, No 1 9Vic
ONiONSSspauish, crate, $1 75 Globe, per 100
lbs, $1 o3
GRAPESConcords basket 30c, Malagas, per
keg $7, (atawbas basket, 20c
CBANBERtlESJerseys brl 20c late Howe*,
WLbTBRN FRUITSPears, Winter Nellis,
box $3 2o, Toka\ giapes, crate, $2, Emperor
gi apes crate, $2 25
CABBAlrhLarge crate ?3
BEASQuotation include sacks lancy navy
bu $2, choice navx $165, medium nav $1 75
@1 85, mixed and dirty 40(s70c brown fancy,
$2 25, brown, fair to good 1 50@175, Lima,
Gal per lb, b^
FISHPike lb 8e, pickerel, lb, 5c crapples,
lb 7@Sc, bullheads, dressed, 5@6t, sunflsh
perch etc lb 3@5c
POULT R\Dressed, undrawn turkeys fancy
16c choice 14c old toms 15c culls 8@10e
chickens springs fancy 9c springs fair to
good 7@8c hens fancy, 10L hens fair to good,
and small, 6@7c old roosters and culls 5@6c
ducks fancy heads off 10c, ducks fair to good
8@0c geese, fincy, heads off, 9@10c, gee&e,
fair to good SdjS^c
LIVE POULTRYRoosters, 5c, hens, 6@7e,
Springs 0c, geese 8c, turkeys, large, fat,
14c thin small 8@10c
riGEONS-Tame live, young or oia doz ^oc,
dead 60j470c squabs nesters, fancy selected,
live or dead, $2@2 25 small, pooi and thin
OR \NOESFlorldas box f3 75, Mexicans, $4
LEMONSCalifornia famy $6 50 choice, $6
Davis $4 2o@4
$ 5 50@6 $"5
Genetons $3 00, 'Winesaps $4 50 Grimes Gold
en, $5, Tallman Sweets $5 Greenings $4 25
(4 50 Baldwins $4@4 50, Bellflowers bu box,
$1 75(g)2, Jonathans, box $2 75 Gano box
PEARSEastern brl $3 504
DRDSSLD MEVTS-Veal fancy lb, 7@7^c,
eal fair to good 6%c veal small and over
weight, 3%@4%c .mutton fancy 6@7c, mutton,
thin and overweight, 4(&oc lambs ve irlings
choice to fane\ 10@llc thin or overweight 4
5c bogs 5^@6
B\N4.N ASJumbo bunches, $2 75@1, large
bunches, $2 2ftmz,n), medium hunches $17fjg
DRIED PEASYellow, fancv, bu, $140
low. medium $125, gieen fiuoy, $140, gr^en,
medium $1 10 rx arrowfat, $1 75
MERCHANTS O FINE CLOTHES.
6th, 6th, 7th FloorsManufacturing 'Workrooms, Laundry.
4th FloorCustom Tailoring. 3d FloorFURS.
2d FloorFor WOMENCloaks, Suits, Waists, Millinery, etc.
Main FloorFor MEN and BOYSClothing, Furnishings, Hats.
MOST DELICIOUS PIES,
da* 80c, pepiers, green 2 3 bu crate, $150,
radishes round, don bunches, 50c, squash, doz,
$1 spinach bu 75c turnips bu 40c tomatoes
California 4 basket crate $.2 oO watercress doas
HON1Extra fancy white 1-lto sections,
14c fancy white, 1 lb sections 13c choice
white, 1 lb sections, 10c, amber, 18c, goldenrod
12c extiacted white, in cans, 7%c. extracted
amber 11 cans. 7c
POTAIOCSCailots, sacked, white, bu, 65c,
red bu 60c sweets Jerseys $t! 50
BLiCKWHEAX iLODE Brl $6 23 Balls lOO
As $3 25
Minneapolis, Nov 13 The wholesale market
quotations on fresh beef cuts today were as
No 1 rus 16c. No 2 ribs 10c No 3 ribs
8c No 1 loins, 14c No 2 loins, 8^c NCK 3
loins 6c. No 1 chucks, 5MiC No 2 chucks, 5c,
I,o i chunks 4c. No 1 rounds 6c No 2
rounds 6c No 3 rounds 4%e No 1 plates 3c,
No plates, 2 No 3 plates 2c
HIDES, PELT8, TALLOW, ETC.
No 1 No 2
Green malted cured steer hides, ovei
bO lbs 13 12
Green salted heavy cow hides ovei 60
lbs 12% 11%
Green salted light hides under 60 lbs 12VJ 11VJ
Green salted light hides under 60 lbs
branded 10 9
Gieen salted bulls, stags oxen or work
Green salted long haired kips 8 to 2o
lbs 11 9tt
Green salted veal kips, 15 -to 2T lbs 12% 11
Qreeu salted veal calves, 8 to 15 lbs 14 12}2
Green salted deacons under 8 lbs
each 70 60
Horse and mule hides large each $3 50 2 50
Hoise and mule hides medium 2 75 175
Horse and mule hides small each 1 00 110
Gieen hides (kips or calfs), lc less than green
salted India handled, dry flint over 18 lbs 17
Montana butchers short trim light 16
Montana butchers long trim, heavy 17
Montana butchers ions trim light 15
Indian itietched 14
Montana cilf, under 5 lbs 10
Montana kip 6 to 12 lbs 15 13
Iowa Miuiiesota Dakota, Wisconsin
Do bull hides 12
Dakota and Wisconsin calf, under 5
Ivips 6 to 12 lbs 14
Do salted, all sections 12 10%
Dry horse and mule hides, each 1 50 1 00
Tallow Tallow Grease
!Peaiv string bu $3 50,
leans wax $3 50, beets, bu 50e cauliflower
doz, $2, carrots ru 50c celer*, doz, 2"5fa50c,
cucumbers, d07, $1 50 egg Jlant, doz $2 5ft@1,
garlic 102ll'!c lettuce, leaf, 30c. lettuce head
doz 50c mint ^Oc onions tcreen doz bunches
25g, onions, enallots, &m buacbes, $1, parsley,
A woman who is guided by the
head, and not by the heart, is a so
The wedding of Miss Helen Edith
Watzke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
A. Watzke, to William Hastings Dick
inson, will take place Wednesday even
mg, Nov. 29, at the home of the bride's
parents, 628 East Franklm avenue. Only
the immediate relatives will be present
at the ceremony.
Among the weddings of Wednesday
will be that of Miss Grace Spauldmg
Benjamin to Louis Frederick Brayton of
St. Paul. Mr. Brayton and his bride
will be at ohme at 11 Summit Court, St.
Paul, after Jan. 1.
Pelts large, each $110@1 50
Pelts, medium each 60@ 90
Pelts strall each 30 50
bhoit shearlings, each, green salted.. .13 30
Drj territory butchers 13 14
Diy territory murrains 12(31 13willingness
Miss Emma Werner and Joseph T.
Lundquist will be married Wednesday
evening at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. V. Werner, 121 James av
enue N The bude will be attended by
her sister, Miss Bertha Werner, and
George Elmer will be best man. About
fiftv guests will witness the ceremony.
Miss Ruby Mathews gave a uarcel
shower for Miss Werner Friday yen
ras at her home on Western avenue The
rooms were decked with ferns and wlixte
carnations, and the evening was passed
pleasantly with games and music. The
bride was obliged to hunt for the par
cels, which had been cleverly hidden.
Theie were thirty five guests.
Mrs. Douglas Mackoy gave an infor
mal dinner Saturday evening at the
Mimkahda club. Palms were Placed
about thj room and the table was light
ed with tapers. There were fourteen
H. E. Eand enteitamed a group of
guests at dinner Friday evening nt tho
Mrs Edward Kosko entertained tho
principal and teachers of Lyndale
school at mncheon Saturday at her
home on Pleasant avenue. The guests
included Mmes Murray. Kate Bartholdf
and Mrs. Frossser, and Missea Came
Frost. Gertrude Hawkes and Catherine
Mrs S. Bresky gave a birthday party
Saturday evening at her home, 614
Biadford avenue, in honor of Miss Ce
celia Meyers. The guests wero fifty
children, who were entertained by
Miss Matilda Bresky and Misses Mey
ers. The rooms were brightly decorated
with flowers and ferns, and dainty re
freshments were served.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
The Del Monte club will gi a party In the
Roowvelt club rooms fcridav evening
Mr and Mrs Harry Preston and mother, Mrs
W Raine, hare gone to California for the
Albert Reynolds of Georgetown, Kas Is the
guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs C. A Rey
nolds of 1304 Yal place
The I\on:ariel Cinch club met Tuesday with
Mrs Cad Diddy, 28 Twelfth street N. Prizes
were won by Mmes Bryan, Dlddy and Ellis
The Merry Cinch club met Friday evening with
Mr aud Mrs i W Van Duyne, 1020 Hawthorn
avenue Prizes -were won by Mrs Dlddy and
MesBis Dlddj and Oarlston
Mrs Phoebe Saterlee Everts will sing at the
muslcale which Flour City tourt, No 1,
will give In Masonic Temple Thursday evening
Cards will be played after the program
The Reliance club will give a masquerade ball
In the Third Ward Republican hall V, edneeday
evening JLae cl\rt has for Us membeit, a group
of well known NortL Minneapolib people
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows Astor, Rice, Marlborough, O
Moodey, Imperial, Mrs King, BreBlln, H.
Amluxen, Marie Antoinette, S Tooker.
Mlas Mabel Seamans of Lonefellow -avenue
was very pleasantly surprised. Saturday evening
ty a numbei of he isiri friends, the occasion
being her nineteenth birthday anniversary. Miss
Seamans was presented with a handsome seal
ring Music and games were played and sup
per was served
HIS MISSIO N IS ENDE
Oobb's Excursion to California.
The next special excursion to Los
Angeles under the management of H.
Cobb -svill leave Minneapolis TU PS
ciay, Nov. 14. Only 3% days enroute
For California booklet and tourist car
bertha apply to H. J. Cobb, 322 Nicol
let avenue, Minneapolis. Minn.
You hardly realize that it is medi
cinen, when talcing Carter's Little Liver
Pills they are very small no bad ef
fects all troubles irom torpid liver are
relieved fey tbeir use.
ARCHDEACON WEBBER'S WORK
AMONG LOCAL EPISCOPAL
OHUECHES CLOSES WITH IN
The special services of the Episcopal
churches culminated last evening the
grandest service ever held in St. Mark's
pro cathedral. It was a fitting climax
to two weeks of gradually deepening in
terest The first week of the mission,
ArcJacleacon Ferey Wet/ber visited
the principal parishes in the city and
then concentrated his efforts St.
Mark's pro-cathedral, giving three,
sometimes four, addresses a day. In
spite of the large gatherings at the Met
ropolitan theater and elsewhere, the at
tendance at trie noon services steadily
increased. Men and women were so
stirred by the message of the preacher
that the number at Ihe early celebra
tion on Sunday morning was something
unknown in the history of the parish
on any Buch occasion.
Archdeacon Webber has been in the
diocese before, but not in Minneapolis
He scema to have gathered Btrength
with each passing year, and his physi
cal and spiritual power are a source
of wonder to his friends.
After the celebration on Sunday
morning, he preached to S Mark's con
gregation on the exquisite harmony of
the Christian oratorio, Using the words
of Agnppa, "Almost thou persuadest
me to be a Christian.'' He likened the
bass to morality, the tenor to faith, the
alto to ceremonial, and the soprano
to emotion, all these are necessary to
the harmony of a full Christian chai
acter In the afternoon he preached at
St Ansgarrus church to a Swedish con
gregation, and later St. John's
church, Linden Hills, on the text, "i
have loved thee with an everlasting
At 5.30 p.m. persons from the country
began to assemble at the pro cathedral,
and by a little after 7 all seating space
was occupied Promptly at a quarter
before 8, the vested CUOITS of eight
the Episcopal churches, to the number
of 250, filed into their places singing
"Ancient of Days Who Sitteth
Crowned Glory." The offering was
given to the archdeacon, being the only
compensation he receives. Scores,
aole to gam admission, were standing
on the street and the plate was circu
lated among them.
The sermon was on the text, "This
cup is the blood of the New Covenant
Dr. Webber described the oriental con
ception of the blood covenant, and the
of Christ to enter into it
with each believei. An impassioned ap
peal was made to men and women to
enter that covenant -with Jesus and. let
him give the^ of his life.
After the singing by the whole con
gregation/ the archdeacon pledged them
in the renewal of their baptismal VOWB
to deeper consecration in righteousness
of livng and the earnest endeavor to
in the fruit of the mission The
alleluiah chorus made a fitting termin
ation of a most inspiring spiritual exer
cise After thanking the archdeacon
in words laden with deep emotion, Bish
op Edsall pronounced the benediction.
Be kind to your skin Use only Satin skin
NttHB ana Battn BUB p*waer. 20c,
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL,
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Writers' league, F. Q. O'Brien, 917
Fifth avenue S, evening.
Women of Grace Episcopal church,
thimble bee, Mrs. Hetherington Merritt,
3315 Columbus avenue, afternoon.
Aigosy club, Mrs. Bruchholz, 2555
Bryant avenue S.
Study club of Prospect park, Mrs. L.
Gabie, 15 Seymour avenue SE, evening.
Directors of Maternity hospital,
monthly meeting the hospital, 10:30
Minnesota branch of the Association
of Collegiate Alumnae, directors room
of the public library afternoon.
Woman's club of Territorial Pioneers,
Mrs. C. Horton, 2704 Fourteenth av
enue S, all day.
jThe Ramblers, directors' room of the
Woman's Prohibition club, Eussell
Coffee House parloTs, 2 p.m.
College Women's Tea.
Miss Giatia^ Countryman will be the
hostess at the informal gathering of col
lege women the directors' room of
the public library building tomorrow
afternoon. The college women' aTe find
ing these Tuesday afternoon reunions
most delightful affairs, and they drop
at the libraiy on their way home from
shopping to chat with old friends and
make new oites.
Betsy Boss Chapter.
Betsy Boss chapter, Daughters of
the Revolution, held its regular busi
ness meeting Saturday afternoon at
the residence of Miss Harriette Brown,
3104 First avenue S. Arrangements
were made to hold a cake and food sale
before Thanksgiving day. Refresh
ments were served, and during the so
cial hour a musical program was given.
The Woman's Home Missionary society of
Plymouth ctiurclx I\1U meet "Weflnesday at S
with Mrs B. Woodworth, 2312 First
The women of Wesley church will have an
aU dav meeting in the church Wednesday. Tho
I adies Aid societv will meet at 10 30 am,
the Toreign Missionary society at 11 15 a m.f
and the Home Missionary society at 1 15 m.
CATHOLIC MISSION OPENS
The Church of the Immaculate Concep
tion was crowded with people last even
ing to hear Rev Joseph Busch speak
on "Th Comparison of Christian and
pro-Christian Religion spoke of the
divinity of Christ and emphasized the
supernatural features of the Christian
religion held that the Bible was
not an absolutely essential part of the
Christian religion, tho one of the great
est books in existence and of much aid
to the church His subject this evening
will be, "Why I A a Catholic
Good Things to Eat.
Hundreds of Minneapolis women
have attended the demonstrations of
Armour's extiact of beef and tomato
boulhon on the second floor of Day
ton's during the past week. The dem
onstration is in charge of Ida M. Pal
mer. "There are a hundred different
ways of using the extract of beef,''
said Mrs. Palmer this morning, "and I
find that it is quite a revelation to the
women when they learn of the many
delicious dishes that can be prepared.
Dainty luncheons are served every
day and there is a different menu each
day. English monkey'' was the stellar
number on the menu today. This is
in the nature of an "improved" rare
bit, which met with great favor. Mrs.
Palmer -will continue the demonstrations
at Dayton's for two weeks.
HASTINGS, MINNR W Allen of St Paul
has been appointed receiver of Haas bant,
rupt one of Basting's agricultural implement
.Mill i 9
STILLWATER, MINN.Mrs. Joseph P. Man
terman left last niaht for Springfield, Mo in
lesponse to a teleanWxritahnounclnK th ecritlcal
illness of Colonel W VH Wade, a fo-lner con
Here is a "Mc-
Hand Scarf or
It is a beautiful,
stylish and comfort-
able neckpiece and
comes in many dif
ferent furs. It is
useful at most any
time of year and
it's as dependable
and durable as it is
both show the
which istamous all
ovef the continent.
Ask your dealer
or see the makers,
St. Paul, Minn.
Cutawbas. per basket
this store is
Celery saiS*.?,. 14c
Wax Beans Sfc 15c
Hubbard Squash^ 5c
Turnips 5SSP: lie
Onions ?SS* 17c
Oyster Plant twobun^ 5e
Butter 2KS15& $1.25
Dairy Butter 7Amdir
Swiss Cheese &?&%^lgifiz
best ever saw per lb.
2-lb print Lemen Pee besquality, ^lt
New Dates p^n Tc
Citren Sronn 18c
Mixed Nuts x&* 15c
Coffee S?W^Sfi* $1.00
Ginger Snaps V*?t\ Sic
Monarch Soap fir 30c
Lenox Soap 1 0 bar. 28c
Toilet Paper UsSasSLi. 44c
Jones' Dairy Farm Sausage and
pure Buckwheat Flour.
November 13, 1905.
The Carpet Pept.
A fine line of Wilton Velvets, regular $1.35
and $1.25 grades. Reduced price, Offe^
a yswcL vFv
Beattie and Smith worsted Wilton Velvets.
The best of their kind manufactured. Al
ways sold at $1.65. Special ^J q
at, a yard. B. ^0
Bigelow, Hartford & Whitall's Body Brus
sels. A regular $1.50 and $1.40 rfj n* f\
quality. Our price now, a yard... 4? 1 Z/
Inlaid linoleumsat the very
low price, a yard, $1.50, $1.40 and.
a yard, 65c, 55c and
The best bargains of any autumn.
MINNEAPOLIS: 601-503-505.607-600-611 NICOLLET AVENUE.
NEW YORK: 464 BROOME STREET.
MANCHESTER: FARO. CHEMNITZ:
17 NICHOLAS ST.
A Remarkable Sale of
East India & Japanese Draperies
AVING decided to close out our entire stock of beautiful Oriental Draperies, we invite in-
spection of these goods and a perusal of the appended list of incisive reductions.
$12 00 Japanese Jt/i 0 &
spreads *PT" O
$5 and $5.50 Lu
Newest designs in interior wall decorations.
3T. M. Cloto & Company
60$ J^icoUet gtorout
YOUR GRO^blM POR BT.
SUEAI.TR 3TOOD. aVIBS PACKA.CM,
89 BTJE SE X.'EOHIQTJIEK. 88 THEATER 8TRA8SE.
Y% to j&'Less than Regular Prices
Our stock embraces a comprehensive assortment of rich, artistic, blwid-
embroidered pieces, the possession of which any connoisseur might covetbut
that may be secured without passing the limits of economy. Were you to visiti
the Oriental workshops you could not buy these goods as cheaply as we offer
them to younow. Much below cost, and far, far below their actual intrinsic
Damascus curtains, Hazara Phulgarries, Ludiana curtains, Kutch curtains
Peshawer priest curtains, Bombay durries, Gagras, Madagascar table covers
Delhi phulkames, India print bed spreads, India print curtains, Japanese prints,
Oriental iron lamps, 25 different patternspapier macho shields and masks, etc
$4.00 Lamps at.- $1.98
$4.75 Lamps at $2.98
An umbrella needs reinforcements such a day as todaywe'll have many of
themwhen the wind blows the rain and sleet all ways at once, ruining cos-
tumes and endangering health. Our raincoats are roomy, protective and of
style up-to-dateness. We have hundreds of fine all
wool materials in dark oxfords, grays, olives and dark
colors Values $12 50, $15 00 and $17 50 Our price,
your choice i
SURPI.tJS of carpetsthis time a seasonable oneis our particular reason for making such
startling' price reductions. The goods are standard in quality, correct in coloring and de-
signand the assortment quite the largest and most complete to be found west of Chicago.
Nearly every yard of carpeting has been substantially reduced in price and the new markings
present material savings to you. No matter what your tastes or what the resources of your
purse, you are sure to find satisfaction in the purchase of a carpet or rug at our big third
floor department. Here area few chapters from the price story
sold at $2.75. Special at
That, you'll readily admit after seeing the goods.
Trading Stamp Collectors..
Fill your books now and get
premiums for Christmas gifts.
TIME to think about the holidays. As a special induce-
ment for early buying, at the same time giving you the un-
usual opportunity to fill your books and get the premiums
before Christmas, on Tuesday, November Fourteenth, we will give
DOUBLE AMOUNT S. Z* H.
Green TRADING STAMPS
with cash purchases in AL depts.
except restaurantsoda fountainpatent medicineshair goodsEast-
man kodak Co's. goodsflour and sugar.
XCLUSIVE pieces of artistic furni
ture in mahogany. Some very
pleasing work in oak.
how truly 1
A few sample pricings
$9 and $10 Ludi
Oriental Iron Lamps
r.50 Lamps at $3.98
3.50 Lamps at $4.98
The Rug Section
Assorted patterns, 9x12, in Axminster
Rugs, $25 and $30 was their price. They are
now ticketed at choice, 1 A A
each I 0UU
Wilton Velvet Rugs. One-piece, no seams.
$25.00 at aU stores. Our rt -g g\ g\
Oriental designs in 30-inch Smyrna Rugs.
$2.50 grade. Now choice,
For Young Women. Auburodai.Mas.
Educates women for the home, practical lite
and self-support, while providing ,all th* lltM.
ary accomplishments ol cultWuted lite I*ocatto
within ten mtlea of Boitonbeautiful tad u
All modern departments, fully equipped.
For catalogue, addreu
O. 0. BBAQD0N. Prinolpai. Auburndal*. Xaw
2&OP0BAL8 FOU WATER HAXB.OTEIOE Of
Chief Quaftermaiter St. Paul, Minn.. NOT.
10, 1805Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received here until 11 am, Nov 27. 1A05,
for an 8-lnch water main, running from' Ninth
and Bosser streets Bismarck, to and connecting
with 'present water main at Foci Lincoln, N I
with valves, meter, etc.. complete. Information
furnished on application here, or at Fort Lin
coln. Government reserves the right to accept
or redact any ot all propo^l*. oe af art
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