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TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1901.
A few suggestions of Thanksgivingday
wants from our great Men's Furnishing
61* i ««4 C White and fancy, newest patterns best
Oiling makes, $1. $1.50 and $2.00.
A complete line of Full Dress Shirts, cuff attached or detached, $1. $1.50 and $2.
fit tor me Kid, Dogskin, Mocha, Reindeer, etc., $1.
UIUVeS $1.50 and $2.
Fancy Golf Gloves, 25c, 50c. and 75c.
Handkerchiefs MiST 25c sOc 75c
Silk Handkerchiefs—White or fancy, 60c to $1.50.
Hosiery-— Plain or fancy, 15c, 25c, 50c and 75c. '
fc _l,_.___.. All the newest and best creations In up-to-date neckdress
l\CCKvVS3l Ing—lmperials. Four-in-Hands. Ascots, Squares and
vv« » » %*•** ji made-up styles. 60c, 75c, %\.\ $1.50 and $2.
STORE OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENING.
« 415-41Q Nicollet Aye. c- ■>■ Manager .
ICO More than 3
I a Quarter of jj
■ the reputation ofjia
I W.L.Douglas $3.50 HI
I shoes for style, H
I comfort and wear H|
I has excelled all |B
I other makes sold lira
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I better satisfaction pa
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I value for his money Ws&
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I $3.50 shoes than he HH
1 can get elsewhere. b%?
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IW. L. Douglas makes Kg
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I $3.50 shoes than any l|||
| other two manufac- Fi«s
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I W. L.Douglas $3.50 I||
I shoes placed side by %SA
c side with $5.00 and I*3
I $6.00 shoes of other B3|
J makes, are found to be |gg
I just as good. They |j|
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§ of ordinary $3.soshoes. |f|
a A trial will convince fiß
1 you they are the best M!i*
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* W. L. Douglas $3.50 tell
ft shoes are made in all g|||
I modern styles and ail BBH
I kinds of American and Hn
I imported leathers, same |I||
1 as used in $5 and $6 BH
jj Sold by 63 Douglas K&l
I shoe stores in American li|l
I cities selling direct from ||la
I factory to wearer at one J|pl
I profit; also by best shoe ||||
I dealers everywhere. jjffj
I Dots all wear W. L. Done* fe^Sl
I las STHO.\(i MADE $2.00 ESgB
I shoos; Youth's $1.75. Box W£m
. I Calf, Kangaroo Kid, and Wm
I Lewis Patent Leather. Best 0
I in the norid. fe"?4
I W. L. Doupln shoes are K>MI
I made on Improved lasts that man
I fit the foot. Wear them end B9SI
I you uill always be free from R
I corns and bunions, and hare |Bh
I perfectly natural feet. Style, f^.l \
I comfort and near guaranteed. jSSh
I How to Order by Mall. If W. L. B
■ Douglas shoes are not sold in your WBH
I town, send order direct to factory. BbEI
I Shoes sent anywhere for $3.75. My ES^l
■ custom department will make you IMS]
I a pair that will equal $5 and SBcus- KSI :
I torn made shoes in style, fit and mM i
I wear. Take measurements of foot mSSA i
I m shown in model ; state style de- tSM&I I
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I S]>,M«i3ta ally worn; plain or cap HgSH !
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t^ *l ' Jk. liel'l soles. Illus- ■
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, I Eyelets and If 1 Black Hooks Used ||||1^
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How the Dread Disease May Be Pre
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By this we do not mean that every case of
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| Texas SlanOard^ Oil Co,
As cur gusher has come in and all fur
ther sale of stock is discontinued, we,
Lawrence &' Little, give notice that any
stockholder, holding stock purchased
through us. can bring his shares, if he so
desires, to this office at any time before
Dec. 1 and we v.ill buy his stock, paying
him the original cost, 25c per share.
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
The Bull Pup Did the Flip-Flop
One of the Greek letter fraternities at
the university is the proud posessor of a
blue-ribboned bull pup that has the repu
tation of being able to thrash several
times nis own weight in dog flesh, and
of being a terror to cats.
The boys have spent considerable timo
in training the dog and taught him to
turn a back somersault at the word of
command. V/hen his training had ad
vanced somewhat and he refused to throw
a tip-flop when so ordered, his trainer
punished him by a tap on the nose, which
is a particularly tender portion of a bull
imp's anatomy. The method proved effi
cacious, and finally the dog's education
was pronounced complete.
.Next door to the fraternity house there
Bold Burglar Said, "Rubber"
The Hennepln County Savings bank -was
visited by strangers shortly after 12
j o'clock last night, but when the bank
: opened for business at 9 its strong box
' was found intact, and so far es the offi
| ciils know nothing was disturbed. In fact,
George Bell, the cashier, did not know
: that the bank had been entered until told
! of it this noon.
Entry was secured through a window
| fronting on the alley. Two persons were
! implicated— the traditional tall man and
short man. The- taller wore a fur coat,
i much the worse for wear; the other was
dressed in dark blue and wore no over
They were seen at their work,but put on
a bold front on the matter and succeeded
in making good their escape. F. C. Faude
of one of the morning papers, was the
man who made the discovery. Mr. Faude
was walking along Fourth street, when
he happened to glance down the alley.
Standing close to the bank building, al
most concealed by its shadow, a man was
assisting his confederate in at an open
READY FOR THE FRAY
Attorney General Douglas Returns
From His Hunting Trip.
HE'LL COOPERATE WITH VAN SANT
Believes the State Is Xot Without Re
course AKaiiiNi Northern Secu
\V. B. Douglas, attorney general of
Minnesota, returned last night from his
hunting trip, and this morning 'buckled on
his armor and tackled the problem, of the
Mr. Douglas is In hearty accord with
Governor Van San't and will lend his ut
most efforts to thwart the schemes of the
combine. He is ■still of the opinion that
•the combination does not violate the letter
of the law, though in plain opposition to
the spirit of the act.
This does not moan that the trust can
not be reached. As alread^in'timated,
there are several remedies, some of which
Mr. Douglas suggested. There is a pro
ceeding under the Sherman anti-trust
law, and under the interstate commerce
law, with other remedies hardly to toe dis
cussed at this time. Mr. Douglas gave out
the following statement last evening:
1 had not seen a newspaper for two weeks,
and knew nothing of the agitation until yes
terday. I was at the shore trying to get
out for two daj'3, but the heavy storms en
the lake prevented the boats from lending. I
have not had time to consider the matter
thoroughly, and speak only in a general way.
I shall earnestly co-operate with Governor
Van Sant in lighting any consolidation which
is in violation of law, and will do anything
in my power to encourage further legislation
of a practical nature, either state or national,
which is calculated to preserve competition.
The organization of this great New Jersey
corporation for the purchase of a controlling
interest in the stock of rival railway com
panies—two of which cross and recross Min
nesota —is a clear violation of the spirit, al
though not the letter of the act of 1881, the
validity of which w*s sustained by the su
preme court of the United States in the Pear
I am not in a position to discuss remedies,
but am under the impression that interfer
ence "xy the federal authorities based upon
the iLnerman anti-trust act and the inter
state commerce act, is likely to bring about
It may be that litigation instituted by the
state looking to the cancellation of some un
used railway franchises, may be of slight as
sistance. Other proceedings at law which I
feel it inopportune to discuss, may also be of
At this moment I feel like calling attention
to a suggestion I have repeatedly made, that
congress should pass an act proposing for
adoption by the constitutional majority of
the various states, an amendment to the
federal constitution among other things au
thorizing the taxation of monopolies on per
haps both an. income and a property basis,
and at an increasing ratio. I predict that
the vigorous exercise of this power by con
gress with, the constitutional authority behind'
it, will make corporate monopoly unpopular
in any form.
IX ROOSEVELT MESSAGE
Some Siiecific Reference May Be
Made to the Merger.
Rumors come from Washington that
President (Roosevelt Is paying particular
attention to the railway combine, and will
make reference to it in his message,
recommending a law compelling such,
trusts and corporations to make their
Governor Van Sant has not felt at any
time that he would be left alone in mak
ing the fight. Regulation of such vast
comibines is oibviously a matter for the
national government, and congress alone
can deal with them adequately. The gov
ernor has started things, and will go as
far as the authority of the state of Min
nesota will carry him. Effective regula
tion of the trusts must come from Wash
ington, and this the governor expects in
tne near future.
Broad Powers Provided For.
A study of the charter of the Northern
Securities company, of which an abstract
was published in The Journal yes
terday, reveals the fact that this new cor
poration has almost unlimited powers.
Geared Itching and
Mr. Phil Owen*, of So. Omaha, writes:
"After suffering tv^v years from an aggra
vated case of itchlks and j protruding
piles, I was cured by a single 60 cent
package of the Pyramid Pile Cure pur
chased from a local druggist." For sale
by all druggists. Little Book, "Piles,
Causes and Cure," mailed free. Pyramid
Drug company, •; Marshall, Mich. 7: - . :
lives a family which is fond of cats. And
next door also lives a large tabby with
her family of kittens. Recently the cat
strayed into the adjoining yard, where the
pup saw her. Then there was something
The hair stood up stiff on the dog's
back, and he rushed at the cat. However,
tabby didn't turn. She had seen dogs
before, and she felt confident of her abili
ty to take <are of herself. So, as the
dog neared her, she doubled up like a
semaphore, and gave him first one and
then another nasty sc-ratcn on the nose.
For a moment the bull looked somewhat
dazed. Then he promptly turned a back
somersault and retired in disgust.
window. Mr. Faude stopped short, and
the man outside promptly called out,
Mr. Faude followed Instructions. He |
"rubbered" Industriously, and saw, I
through a Fourth street window, the dark j
form of a man within the bank. Delib- !
erately the interloper closed and locked j
the window by which he had entered;
quietly he walked to tte door which opens
upon the Phoenix building entry way.
Fastened with a spring lock only, the
door opened readily to his manipulation, j
and he walked out, closing it behind him. I
As he stepped into the light Mr. Faude
got a good look at him. He was dressed
in a suit of dark blue; and appeared to be
about IS years old. On his head he
wore a cap with the initials: "A. D. T."
The secret was out. A careless employe I
had left a window unlocked, and the night |
watchman had called an A. 1). T. boy to I
lock it for him. That was all. Mr.
Faude heaved a sigh of regret. The morn- I
ing papers had lost a good story.
Its promoters say It is only organized for
the purpose of holding stock, but the
fourth paragraph of the section on'objects
of the corporation says:
To aid in any manner any corporation or as
sociation of 'which any bonds or other securi
ties or evidences of indebtedness or stock are]
held by the corporation, and to do any acts
or things designed to protect, preserve, im
j prove or enhance the value of any such bonds
J or other securities or evidences of indebted
ness or stock.
This leaves a latitude for interference
I to any extent in the operation and traffic
' at the various systems the' corporation
will control. Such acts may foe legal in
New Jersey, but not in the states where
the railways are operated.
i • ■ —__————
CUMMINS WAS MISQUOTED
He Didn't Say lowa Would Not Op
pose Consolidation. '
A. B. Cummins, governor-elect of lowa,
did not make the breaks attributed to
him by eastern newspapers, who quoted
him as saying that lowa people had no
objections to the consolidation of rail
roads. On his return to Dcs Moines yes
terday Mr. Cummins corrected his inter
"What I really did say when I -was
approached by newspaper* men on the
subject was that as far as I knew there
was no lowa law to prevent such a con
"The people of lowa, however, in my
opinion, would be inclined to scrutinize
the affairs and results of such a com
bination closely. :.
"While there is no law at present,
should such a corporation prove a men
ace to the interests of the people, a
law might be enacted.
"Of course, lowa is more favorably
situated than other states in that we
have five great trunk lines leading to
"As the Burlington is •* the only one
1 likely to be aibsofbed in this combina
tion, there still would be : other outlets for
.trade." . , ..■,,.. . : . v.Vu'c •-. ■. ;■'. ■.'.■.-■■
KORTHERX PACIFIC EXCHANGES
Circulars Name the Terms and Meth
od, of Retirement.
President James J. Hill of the Northern
Securities .company says that practically
all of the Northern Pacific stock has been
deposited in accordance with the Northern
Securities plan. The circulars to hold
ers of Northern Pacific stock issued yes
terday give the terms by which the
$75,000,000 preferred stock of that com
pany is to be retired on Jan. 1, 1902.
• This circular says that at the closing
of the Northern Pacific stock transfer
books on Dec. 10, 1901, each common
stockholder will have the option to pur
chase at par an amount equal to seventy
flve-eightieths of the par amount of his
holdings, part of a total issue of $75,000,
--000 of convertible certificates of indebt
edness, bearing dace of Nov. 15, 1901, and
to be payable on Jan. 1, 1907, in gold coin.
Each certificate will be convertible into
common stock at the rate of $1001 par
value for. each $100 of the principal of
such convertible certificate remaining un
paid at the date of such conversion, and
upon surrender to it of any such convert
ible certificate the railway company will
issue to the holder of such surrendered
convertible certificate shares of its com
mon stock at the rate aforesaid. Such
conversion may be made by the Northern
Pacific Railway company at its option at
any time after Nov. 15, 1901.
All ithe moneys received for such con
vertible certificates will be specifically
appropriated and used exclusively for the
retirement of the preferred stock of the
Northern Pacific Railway company at par,
and will be set apart as a trust fund for
such purpose. ' The railway company has
contracted to sell and .to deliver to other
parties on the same terms all of said issue
of convertible certificates of indebted
ness except such as shall be purchased by
the holders of the common stock. Pay
ments for such convertible certificates
must be made at the office of the North
ern Pacific Railway company at New York
on or before Dec. 31, 1901. Convertible
certificates in temporary form will be
ready for delivery and payment therefor
may be made at said office at any time
during business hours from and after Dec.
11, 1901. Stockholders must file applica
tions on or before Dec. 24.
"WON'T AFFECT POLICY
Henry White Cannon Discusses the
Northern Cecurities Comapny.
Spokane, Wash., Nov. "There will
be absolutely no change in .the manage
ment and operation of the Great Northern
and the Northern Pacific railroads /nder
the Northern Securities company," said
Henry White Cannon, president of the
Chase National bank of New York, who
is a director of the Great Northern and
.the Oregon Railway & Navigation com- |
panics, and near to the councils of Presi
dent J. J. Hill and of the E. H. Harriman
syndicate. "The. Northern Securities
company is purely a financial proposition
and has no existence outside of New York
and New Jersey. It does not seek to con
trol the operation of the roads nor to
dictate their policy as to rates.
"Both the Geat Northern and the North
ern Pacific will each continue to have a
president, a beard of directors and other
executive, officials and will be operated
independently of each other. There is ab
solutely no call for remedial legislation,
as no anti-trust law, state or national, has
Mr. Cannon is making his annual trip
over the Great Northern railway and has
as his guest on the trip, F. P. Dunne of
"Mr. Dooley" fame. They left for Seat
tle accompanied by J. D. Farrell, presi
dent and general manager of the Pacific
Coast company. ' *. .
What to Do Thanksgiving.
If a good dinner is what you want, go
to the Guaranty Loan Restaurant between
12:30 and 3,.and 5 and 8 p. m. : .-.
If there ever was a specific for any one
complaint,, then Carter's Little Liver Pills
are a specific for sick headache, and
' every woman.'should know this. Only one
Dili a dose. Try them.
307 WICOLLET AY.
fgSSS? FOR WEDNESDAY we offer 12 styles
&M|M of Ladies' Fine Vici Kid and Box Calf
|^^g§ B^oots at $2.50. Made with kid or
M &£& patent leather tips, light or heavy ex=
;pl H^ tension soles; splendid qualities at a
A long line of Ladies' Fall and Win- jfS^ *m* ***.
ter Boots at $3; made on the" newest nMa HjH M M |»1
fasts, with extension soles and rope- i^& MWi tm
stitch edges; proper Boots for the «M EJB a 1 fH H W
Fall season. Wednesday &$? I
Extra quality Ladies' $3.50 Boots; jga^ jfllgt m 4gM
the new shapes, the new soles; more @yla «« w IS , llnil
styles and better qualities than ever. Tm^ Bm^ ™^h §j |j|
Enamel, Box Calf, Vici Kid or Pat- m^^PL^ m &J3 WuS
ent Leather. Wednesday I M^P^
CURIOUS RELIGIOUS SECT
Calumet's ConKregatlous of Finnisk
Special to The Journal.
Calumet, Mich., Nov. 26. —Two congre
gations of one of the queerest religious
sects in the world are located here. They
belong to the Finnish Apostolic Lutheran
church, which is literally the church of
the Dunkards of Finland. The members
are opposed to public schools and in many
cases have to be compelled by law to
send their children to institutions of
learning. Ekcept a cloth, or handkerchief,
the women never wear any headdress.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for -over 80 years, has borne the signature of
/*]& — and has been made under his per
(&zJ*^YJ^,T!!Z&l,' sonal supervision since its infancy.
»*«iryv; -coUsfU&Z Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good "are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare*
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It;
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm*
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
>^ Bears the Signature of '___ mMaa
The KM You We Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Uli—-ju-ii 1.,,,.. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY BTHKCT, NEW YORK CITY.
Sftf*<£* "J" fll*O!3ft
WL^YV%£&£&*!& m 111 Inflammation is the cause
\ZILLCC9CI V/ll of all troubles in Throat or
Chest. Cure the inflammation, and you cure the throat
and chest every time. Omega Oil is the safest and surest
remedy for inflammation ever known. Rub the Oil on
freely and bind some on flannel around the throat. : 76 6
while it Is considered a sin for the men
to wear a white shirt or collar, or, in
fact, any starched clothing. The church
is opposed to all secret societies, as well
as fraternal organizations, and the min
isters, who are not required to be or
dained, are as a rule men of very limited
education. The sect originated some
forty years ago through a Bchism from
the Lutheran church of Finland, and its
followers now number over 60,000.
Go to Hntchtn«on via Great Northern
"When you go to Hutchinson be sure to
purchase your ticket via the Great North
ern. Leaves Union Depot, Minneapolis,
5:06 p. m. daily ex-cept Sunday.
if California Jk
Jl# W Reached Best via V^t
I \ Chicago IX
wf Western \m
taw* Through Tourist Car* qJu
V ffl For information &-pply to Inf £§
Tif A. J. AICIISR,
?jn City Passenger Agent* By
Jf\ Oor. Fifth &nd Mcollet /]&
mjj MINNEAPOLIS if ■
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l:3#poi Chicago-Pioneer Limited*&2flam
! %:£ pm Chic-go, Faribault Dub'que • B :20am
I 2*™ pm ; Red Wln* nd Rochester. tl2:3opm
t 7:soam LaCrosae, Dub. Rk. Island tlo:6opxu
• 7:6oam Northfleld, Faribo, Kan.Oy. • «:15pia
t 9:25 am... Ortonvllle, Milbank ... t 6:46pm
• 7:35pm Ortonvllle, Aberdeen. Fargo • 6:66 am
t 7:lspm .Northfleld, Faribo, Austin. til:2 Cam
T 4:4opm ....Hutchlnson. Glencoe.... f 9:46 am
W&W sSToT'^LHfa pmal^r'jiSa IB
I -Qua I V-l I k" n «JI > KWksw^*lLi^©Vfi3l
Electric Lighted—Ob- Lcjltb Arrive
servation Cars to Port- ._,
land, Ore via Butte. Mlssoula, * 10:10 * 1 :45
Spokane. Seattle, Tacoma am pm
Fargo, Jamestown, Boze- _.. --«_«.
man, Helena, Butte, Spokane, *1 1 :15 * 7 :05
Seattle, Taooma, Portland... pm am
Fargo and Leeoh Lake
St. Cloud, Little Falls, Brain- +9:05 tB"10
erd, Walker, Btmldji, Fargo.. Tarn ° T m *U
Dakota A Manitoba v -
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Hoorhead, Fargo, Orookston, __ -_^_ ._
Grand Forks, Graf ton. Win- * 8 :40 * 6 :40 j
P'peg pm am
"DULUTH SHORT LINE"
i; e i 7am|l>TOUTH& m
nT.SBg SUPERIOR tgj»gßg
'Daily. tKx. Sunday: — — >
TICKET OFFICE—I 9 meo m .
MILWAUKEE STATION, UNION STATION,
Minneapolis. St. Paul.
U»J G. St. p. m, a o. ryiLz^lJi '
Ticket office, 418 Nicollet Phone 240. main: :
+Kx. Sub. Others dally. Leave Arrive
Badger State Express— ? 7i50 10:45
Chi'go.Milw'kee. Madison \ am pm
Chicago—Atlantis Express.. 10:40 pm 11:55 am !
Chicago—Fast Mall . 6:86 pm 9:00 am
North- Western Limited— ) 7iBO 8115
Chi'Ro.Mllw'kee, Madison \ pm am
Wausau.F .duLac.Greenbay 6i25 pro 9:00 am '
Duluth. buperior, Ashland.. 18:10 am t5:20 pm
Twilight Limited— > 4,00 10i30
Duluth, Superior.AshlandJ pm pm
suCil>,Omaha,Dead-wood.. t7:10 am 8:00 am
Elmore, Altcoaa, DesMolnes t7:10 am t8:06 pa
St. James, New Ulm, Tracy 9:30 am 8:05 pm
Omaha Express— ) SiSO 8:05
Bu. City, Omaha, Kan City \ am pi
>ewUlm, Elmore 4:20 pm 10:85 am
ialrmout, St. James. 4:20 pm 10:85 am
Omaha Limited— ) 8:00 Bioo
Su.Clty, Omaha, Kan. City ) [ pm | am '
Office, SOO Nlo. Phone, main 860. Union Depot.
Leave. |»Dally. tEx.Sun. tSun. only.| ArrlTsT
t B:4sam|St. Cloud. Fer. Falls, Fargo t s:B2pm :
t ...Wlllmar vU St Cloud. ..\\ 6:32pm
.9:soam] FLYER sarss [•»**.
t 9:43smjWhlmar, Su F..Tan..Bu City t 6:o2pm
t 6:l2pm Elk River, Milaca.Saodst'me t 6:o2pm -
t 6:ospm ..Wayzata and Hutchlnson.. j B:6oam
• 9:o3pm ..Minn, and Dak. Express.. • 7:ooam j
• 7:4opm Fargo, Gd. Forks.Winnipeg]* 7:l2am
t 9:2oam|...Duluth. West Superior...|t«:o3pm
•ll:6opm|...Duluth, West Superior...J* 6:loam •
Sleeper for 11:60 train read* at 9 p. m.
CHICAGO GREAT WtSTERfiRIT.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket OH Ice, 3th & Nicollet, Minneapolis.
Depot: Washington A 10th Are. 8.
tEx. Sunday. Others Dally, j 160116 FOf | Mii ffD!B
Kenyon, Dodge Center, 7:40 am 10:35 pm
Oelwein, Dubuque, Free- 7:35 pm 8:25 am
port, Chicago and East. _10:45_pmj 1:25 pm !
Cedar Falls, Waterloo, flO-00 am 8:00 pm
Marshalltown, D.Moines, 7:35 pm 8:26 am
St. Joseph, Kansas City. 10:45 pm 1:25 pm
Cannon Falls. Red Wing.l 4:35 am 1:26 pm
[J t!0:20 am
Northfleld, Farlbault, Wait":4o am :00 pm
tervllle, Mankato | _5: 30 pm 10:20 am
llantorville, Kenyon I 4:36 pm 1:00 pm
I 7:40 am 10:36 pm
Hayfleld. Austin, Lyle.l |7:40 am 11:20 am
Mason City .;. [ 4:36 t8:C0 pm
Eagle Grove, Ft. Dodga..j t7T4o~amrtß:o6pm
Minneapolis & Si, Leuls R. R.
Offlce.Xic". House. Phone 225. St Louis Depot.
tEx.Sunday. Others Daily.") Leave. | Arrive.
Wutertown & Storm Lake]
Express f 9:20 am i 6:2lpm
Omaha, Dcs Moines, Kan
sas City, Mason City and
Marshalltown :. t 9:35 am t 6:50 pm
Esihervllle Local 6:60 pm 9:34 am
Louis & Chic'go Llmit'd 7:35 pm 8:05 am '
Omaha and Dcs Moines
Limited 8:65 pm 7:25 am
Minneapolis, St. Fani & Saclt Ste. Marie
Office, 119 Guaranty Building. Telephone 134 L;
Depot, 3d and Washington Ayes 3.
Leave. 1 «Dally. fExcept Sunday. | Arrive.
• 9:45 am| Paclflo Coast Points....l* 6:lspm
• 6:3spm|....Atlantic Coast Points....]* 9:3oam
Depot, 6th and Washington Ayes Xl
6:15pmj.... ' Glen wood Express ....It B:46am
t 5:55am.|.... Rhlnelander Local ...,|t 6:o6pm
WISCONSIN CENTRAL RAILWAY co.
Office, 230 Nlcollet Phone 1936. Union Depot.
Leave. I All Trains Dally. I Arrive!" '
7:25 am(Chlcigo, Milwaukee and In-1 8:50 am :
7:06 pm} termedlate points. 1 6:36 pm -"
BurUngtonßoute. Office, 414 Nicollet Aye,
DUniHglOllKOUie. 'pho n e64B. Union Perot
Leave for I Terminal Points. [ At. from
7:9oam Chicago — Except Sunday .j i:Sopm
7:90am l Loui»-Kxoept Sunday.!....
7:2opm|Chic. and St. Louis— Daily.J B£Bam
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