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CASH OR CREDIT
At One-Fourth Less
Than Regular Price
The chance of your
life to get a nobby,
stylish tailored suit
right at the height of
the season—and save
With such an In
ducement to buy, you
should not fail to take
advantage of this sale
Pick out your suit
charge it if you wish.
$25.00 Suits $18.75
0 $20.00 Salts $15.00
$18.00 Salts $13.50
$15.00 Salts $11.25
These are the best
suits we have had this
season—the kind that
other stores are asking
full price for at thistime.
Come and see them.
1 Cash or Credit
Renter & Rosenbloom
122 E. SUPERIOR ST.
Open Monday and Saturday
Next to City Hall.
3 WINNER TOP COATS and
RAIN COATS are now ON
For Top Coats and
Rain Coats, that are
Worth £15 and #18.
For Top Coats and
Rain Coats, that -are
Worth $182.50 and *25
Here Today Wosth Regularly
The material is a fine,
up to 46 breast
measure In all the newest colors
and our Rain Coats re all made
with the new Presto convertible!
collar. At either price, they are
all wool and guaranteed to hold
All Goods bought from- us are
kept pressed and repaired free
CLOTHING COMPANY (INC.)
115 East Superior Stre
'J Opp. .the CWy J3*U.
FIRST FLOOR PLAN.
Can Buy Beatrftfctl
They are copies of much higher priced gowns, and are simple and dain
ty, to say nothing of being in lovely shades of pink, light blue, lavender and
silk finished batiste, beautifully lace
trimmed with applique yoke. We shall wish we had more before
the day is done.
SILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE HEAD OP THE IjAKES:
Lake Avenue, Michigan and Superior Streets, Dufuth, Minn.
Model Residence For a Modest Sum
Design 865," by Glenn L. Saxton, Architect.
PERSPECTIVE VIEW-PROM A PHOTOGRAPH.
CLO. I CL0-
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flere is planned a home that should make the heart of any housewife
glad. It has all the conveniences of a residence costing .many times the esti
mate here quoted, yet can be built for a modest sum. The living room
covers practically tbe entire side of the house, but a sort of division made
with a column -archway allows the back of the living room to be used as a
den or library. It is now planned to be used as a library or den, with book
shelves built in on each side. These could be left out and seats put in
if so desired. The first story is to be finished in red oak or birch second
story in pine to paint. The size is 33 feet Inches wide by 25 feet 6 inches
deep over main part. It has a full basement. The first story is nine feet
second story eight-feet in the clear first story side& and second stoi^
shjngled on outside. Attention^ called to the balcony in the second story,
ample to seat eight or ten people and also large enough to be screened in and
used for an open air sleeping room, being accessible from the alcove, which is
practically a hall space or can be used for a sewing room. Cost to build, ex
clusive of plumbing and heating, $2,950.
Doltfth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry.
May 30 Decoration Day. Fare and one-third between all stations.
June 1 to Sept. 30. Summer Tourist Fares to Eastern Canada
New York and New England. o-
June 3 to July 30. Every Friday low rates by train and steamer
to Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo.'.
June 7-15-22. Annual Spring Excursions to Cheboygan, Alpena*
Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and Buffalo. ,Usual low fares.
July 11-17. Elks' National Convention, Detroit, Mich.
Watch for announcement of other excursions
For particulars, apply to
A. J. PISRRINv
SECOND FLOOR PLAN.
Agent, DsUnth, Minn.
AT THE THEATERS.
All was -ready.
The 130-ton gun in the 12-tuiret
turret was-ready to hurl an 850
pound shell ten miles- and even at
that distance put It through 9-inch
The adytenturous photographer was
sorry nqw that he camfe:
The isuspense was awful.
He was about tp receive a shock
-—that much he knew. /He knew ,too,
'that he would experience a new sen
sation, and one so new that he could
not imagine it.
He became nervous.
But there was no escape now.
Moreover he told himself he Waa
His professional self got the mast
He was cool now—ready to photo
graph what ever might happen, and
But though he had braced his cam
era well he 'forgot to' brace himself,
and so the gun crew had to_ pick
him up a rather crippled protograph
er. After two weeks in the hospital
he recovered sufficiently well to tell
what little he remembered, but he
could not tell it nearly as. well as the
pictures he secured for Lyman H.
Howe which will be shown in the
Lyseum for a return engagement on
May^29-30-31 and June 1.
In addition to this great feature,
Mr. Howe will conduct his travelers
through picturesque Algeria, and the
beautiful Gorge Du Var, France take
INDIANAPOLIS, May 27.—The In
ternational Typographical 'Union
stands out as one 'of 'the organizations
that, was really? strengthened by its
fight against the'non-union shop. Af
ter three -years'' of the-most bitter
kind of fighting, the. printers now
have 53,000" members, which js a gain
of yver seven thousand members since
the eight-hour fight was started.
Some idea of the* benefits arising
from the organisation of the printers
can be gained' from the new scale
report j#ist sent out by the Interna
tional. It contaiin's the wages, hours
and conditions of every union under
the jurisdiction of the international,
body and is used for information and
in conferences,- -where comparisons
are so often made by the employers.
The printers acre fortified with all
that information in a handy, refer
ence form and "they go into a confer
ence knowing their proposition from
consomme to nuts.
During the past two years, the re
port shows that the reduction in
hours: in the'- unions -affected has
amounted to 651,070 per year, an
average of 23*'hours, or 29% days of
eight hours for each member. This
is equivalent to a thirty days' vaca
tion each year with pay.
For the three years of. 1905, 1906
and 1907, the reduction! in hours
amounted to 7,200,000 per year, or a
FIRING 12 INCH GUNS
LYMAN H.HOWE'S TRAVEL FESTIVAL
FIGHT AGAINST OPEN SHOP
them to the Ice Palace and Winter
Carnival then through the snow
bound Rockies, into the. depths of the
forest to show the life of the lum
ber camp in winter, and, many other
scenes of extraordinary interest.
Percy MacKaye,' who wrote "Anti
Matrimony," the much discussed com
edy that has called forth a degree
of enthusiasm from the critics not
equalled by any American play .in
years, is still a young man riot yet
forty years of age. His plays "Sappho,
and Phaon," "Jeanne d'Arc," "The
Canterbury Pilgrim," "Penris the
Wolf," "The Scarecrow" and "Mater"
'have attracted world-wide attention.
These were all of a mofo or less seri
ous nature, but in "Anti-Matrimoney"
which has furnished the best star
ring medium Miss Henrietta Crosman
has ever had, Mr. MacKaye has gone
in for dignified but really pronounced
comedy. Starting with a theme
which astounds the auditors with its
daring, the dramatist sees the humor-:
ous side of all the concomitant cir
cumstances, and goes on through a
logically constructed four-act play to.
a satisfactory end, without offending
and without departing from the ex
igencies of his plot. Miss Crosman
will be seen at the Lyceum in this
city for one perfomance' on June 2.
Henry Miller, Jr., who this season
is appearing with, Grace George «n
her latest offering, "A Woman's
Way," is said to be a worthy son of
his talented father. In "A Woman's
Way" young Mr. Miller is credited
with making a distinct hit.
total of 31,600,060 for Che past."five
years. This was: the peiriod'covered
by the eigTit-hour campaign and .the
eight-hour day is now the standard
work day with printers.
The scale report shows that wages
haye been increased $41,895 per week
a total of $2,178,540 per year, for
the past two years. In the. scale re
port published in 1908, an increase
'in wages of approximately $2,000,
000 per year for three yeafs was
shown, or a total of $6,000,000' in all.
That means that during the 'last five
years, wages have been increased
more than $10,000,000, or to put it
in another* way, by reason of the
union's efficacy more than $10,000,000
in additional wages have gone into
the pockets of union printers.
There is -an object lesson here for
the men of al\i crafts who do not be
lieve in organization, as well as for
those who do Relieve in it, but have
permitted' their membership to lapse
yet are continually criticising the
wages and conditions they receive.
The workers must help themselves,
and the printers have deimonstrcfted
what a compact organization can do.
In spite of the three years' strike
and constant battle, they are stroniger
today than ever before in their his
tory. Every union man is working
and the non-unionists are joining
for Saturday Only
Better Than the
'.. Another big lot' of these popular
watches at a -price never before
thought of.. They are the real:
full sitae nrickel case watch, with a
good grade movement, such as have
been sold by the million at-a dollar or more, but never before for
less. Ever? schcfol boy will want one, and hundreds of. men will calrry
Forward's special watches after Saturday. Limit—One to each and
none by telephone.
Prompt MalT Orders Filled. Postage 4 Cents
MTIIB HOtTSK THAT MAKBS WAAM PRICffiS.
OIJOE2ST BANK AT THB
HELn QV THB LAKHS.
•You'll Do Better at Kelhfs*
$69 KiNy's $69
Terms $ 1. 50 Per Week
Consists of furniture for kitchen (gas
or-coal range), dining room and bed
room, Including rugs. Every piece
Is well made and you can buy the
complete outfit on terms of 81.50 per
week. It's a three-room outfit for
DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS IN
OP JDDLTJTH, MINN.
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS..................... $1,600,000.00
THREE PER CENT PAID
ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
DELICIOUS SMOKES, LUXURIOUS AND DAINTY
Made upon honor by skilled workmen, from best grade of
Havana Leaf. Brands: Elcora, Duluth Fashion and Mataafa.
New Phone 913. Old Phone 16Q&
DULUTH CIGAR CO.
HAVE YOU TREED THEM?
DO SO and BE CONVINCED THAT THE
DO 80 and BE CONVINCED THAT THE I
LA VERDAD and LA LINDA
I dlgars are the finest, that money will boy, and 1
that skilled laixr can produce.
BflANUFACTURED BY I
Ron Fernandez Cigar Company.
WILL YOU EVER BE ...
YOUR OWN BOSS?
Be a Proprietor id Your Own Right.
Yon ar© now earning only OCP a little more. You
are spending your life making tho other mm rion.
5S By putting your earnings into Minnesota hardwood lands j|
in the Millward Settlement, you can Juy a farm on whieli
the timber worth fill ihat both l»nd and timber cost you.
Yon can buy t]iis on eas^ terms, at six per cent interest,
and In a few yeara the increase-in the value of: the prop
ertv .wiil n^e 'ypn tt
(md plntK giving, information and description will
or letter or
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