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FROM FAR MISSIONS
Workers From Distant Fields to At
tend M. E. General Executive
Convention BeginsWednesday Even-
ingThe Program of Eight
Elaborate preparations for the eight
days' session of the general executives
committee on the Methodist church, which
will open Wednesday evening at Wesley
church, are being made by the Minneap
olis brandh. An attendance of about 200
is expected. Many of those coming are
missionaries home on furlough and nearly
all are women of prominence and experi
ence in the eleven branches into which
the general society is divided. The con
vention is essentially a working conven
tion and very complete reports of all of
the fields of foreign missionary work are
given in order that the work of the future
may be intelligently planned both in the
general executive and in the branches.
The arrangements at the church for the
comfort and convenience of the delegates
will be very complete. Luncheon will be
served at the church every day by a com
mittee composed of one from each Meth
odist church and headed by Mrs. E. H.
Cobb, different churches making provision
for each day. The heads of the other
local committees are: Mmes. Mary C.
I-andls, general chairman George Taylor,
h'ospitality James Montgomery, courte
sies: C. W. Hall, reception E. W. Ensign,
registration W. W. Sykes and A. Swan
son, decoration W. B. Hawthorne, ban
nerettes C. S. Wlnchell, program G. S.
Couch, music William Fielder and B.
I..oiigley, public servicesMis s A . B . Stew
alt and Miss B. S. Cowen, press Mmes.
A. J. Thorne, literature B. F. Nelson,
finance Abbie W. Hilt, postmistress J.
R. Sloan?, furnishings J. G. Purple, gen
eral utility E. S. Mooers, ushers and
The completed program of the conven
WEDNESDAY, 7 30 I*. M.Voluntary. Holy
communion, in charge of Kev. William Fielder.
Address* of welcome. Dr. James S. Montgomery
MTB. C. S. \Vlncliell respouae, Mrs. Sarah L.
THURSDAY. 9 A. M.Devotional service,
Mrs. C. D. Foss. ltoll cell. Mrs. J. T. Gracey.
Seating of delegates. Appointment of commit
tees. Presentation of memorials and petitions.
Report of reference coniniltee. Miss M. Watson.
Reports of home work: Rranehes, secretaries
German work, superintendent Light Bearers,
superintendent Folts institute, principal. In
troduction of local committees. Aunouiiceinento.
THURSDAY, 2 P. M.Devotional Hour. Mrs.
H. M. Longley. Recognition hour with mission
aries. MM. M. ('. Mud.
FRIDAY, 0 A. M.Devotional service. Roll
call and minutes. Official correspondence:
Africa, Mrs. M. S. Huston Bengal, Mrs. Char
lotte O'Neal Uoiubay, Mrs. M. Si. Huston Bul
garia, Mrs. F. V. I'raudou Burma, Mrs. Char
lotte O'Neal central China. Mrs. W. B. Skld
mote central Japan. Mrs. .T. F. Keen. Miscel
laneous. Introductions. Announcements. Ad
FKItyAY, 2 I'. M.Devotional hour. Our pe
riodicals: Woman's Missionary Friend, Miss
I.. M. Hodgkins Children's Missionary Friend,
Mrs. O. W. Scott Der Fraueu Missions Freuud,
Mrs. Ph. Achurd The Study, Mis. M. F, Bud
FIDAY, 7:30 I\ M.An evening in India,
Conducted by Miss F. A. Perkins, of Burma.
Addresses by Miss Lillian Marks, of AJmere
Miss Marion Newton, of Lucknow, and Miss
Frances Crate, of Calcutta. Collection.
SATURDAY, 9 A. M.Devotional service,
New York branch. Roll Call and Minutes. Re
ports of standing committees: Foo Chow, Mrs.
E. B. Stevens Germany, Mrs. Ph. Achard Italy,
Mrs. F. l\ Crandon Korea, Mrs. W. B. Skid
more Malaysia, Mrs. I. W. Joyce Mexico,
Mrs. J. F. Keen. Miscellaneous. Introductions.
SATURDAY, 1 P. M.Trolley ride, given by
the Commercial Club of Minneapolis. The
Indies of the St. Paul district will tender the
guests a reception from 3:30 to 6 p. m., at the
home of Mrs. George N. Hillman, 615 Lincoln
avenue, St. Paul.
SATURDAY EVENINGReception. Mrs. I.
, W. Joyce will be pleased to receive the general
committee missionaries and other visiting guests,
from 8 to 10 p. m., at her residence, 310 Grove
land avenue, Minneapolis.
SUNDAY MORNINGAnniversary sermon at
Wesley church. Bishop J. M. Thoburn, Mission
aries and other speakers will occupy other pulpit i
of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as announced.
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.Children's rally, conducted
by Mrs. Wm. Fielder. Marching Bong, by the
children. Addresses by Mrs. Lucie F. Harrison
and Mrs. ) W. Scott.
SUNDAY, 7: W P. M.Anniversary of tbe
society, Mrs. Cyrus D. Foss presiding. Devotions,
Mrs. J. W. Joyce. Music. Report of the' year,
Mrs. J. II. Gracey. Music. Address, Bishop D.
II. Moore. Offering. Announcements. Dox
MONDAYDevotions, Philadelphia branch.
Roll call and minutes. Reports of standing com
mittee. Official correspondence: North China.
Mrs. L. A. Alderman North India, Mrs. B. R.
Cowen Northwest India. Miss M. Watson:
Northern Japan, Mrs. A. N. Fisher. Election of
officers. Miscellaneous. Introductions. An
MONDAY, 2 P. M.Memorial service. Mrs.
C. D. Foss presiding. Mlsa Lillian N. Harris,
M. D., died May 14, 11)02 Miss Mary De F. Loyd,
died Mav 28, 1902 Miss Josephine Mekkelson,
died July 5, 1002 Dr. S. L. Baldwin, died July
2S, 1002 W. E. Curtis, died September 0, lf)02
Mrs. J. M. Thoburn, died Sept. 16, 1002 Mrs.liament
Ph. Achard, died Oct. 5, 1902 speakers. Bishop
I). H. Moore, Mrs. W B. Skldmore,. Mrs. E. T.
Cowen, Mrs. M. O. Nind, Mrs. M. S. Huston,
Bishop J. M. Thoburn.
3 p. in.The Cleveland meeting, Mrs. J. T.
Oracey, Mra. J. M. Cornell Mra. J. F. Keen and.
Miss Anna Bnddcn.
MONDAY. 7:30 P. M.Young people's evening,
in charge of Mrs. M. C. Nind. Addresses, .Mrs.
II. L. Kemper, Miss Franc Baker, Miss Anna
TUESDAY, 0 A. M.Devotional service Balti
more branch. Roll call and minutes. Reports of
standing committee. Official correspondence:
South America, Mrs. L. A. Alderman south In
dia, Mrs. R. B. Stevens southern Japan, Mrs.
B. R. Cowen Switzerland, Mrs. Ph. Achard
west China, Mrs. F. P. Crandon miscellaneous.
Introductions announcements adjournment.
TUESDAY, 2 P. M.Bible reading, Mrs. J.
H. Knowles. Our literature, Mrs. R. II. Pooley,
Miss Mary E. Holt, Mrs. Charlotte F. Wilder.
TUESDAY. 7:30 I'. M.Student volunteer
work, Mrs. E. II. Miller presiding. Devotions,
Miss Bertha Hall. Addresses. Sirs. Mary S.
Wilkinson and others music collection benedic
WEDNESDAY, 9 A. M.Devotional excercise,
Cincinnati branch. Roll call and minutes. Re
ports of standing committee. Fixing place of
\\e\t meeting. Miscellaneous business. Intro
ductions. Announcements. Adjournment.
WEDNESDAY, 2 P. M. Devotional hour, Mrs.
Mary C. LandIs. Work at home and abroad, Mrs.
Elizabeth Pearson, presiding. Open parliament,
led by Mrs. Margaret Deming of India.
WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P. M.Au evening in
China, conducted by Miss Clara E. Merrill. Ad
dresse by Miss Lydia Trimble and others. Col
THURSDAY. 9 A. M.Devotional service,
Nortliwpstern branch. Roll call and minutes.
Final reports of standing committees. Report of
finance committee. Closing service of testimony
and prayer. Doxolgy. Benediction.
IDAHO MINING MAN SHOT.
Special to The Journal.
Sand Point, Idaho, Oct. 28.D. 0. Wright, a
mining man of the Coeur d'Alenes, was shot,
icrhaps fatally, by a youth named Falrweather
yesterday on the station platform. Wright
was a passenger. It is not known what caused
If you are too busy to bring your want
ad to The Journal, call up No. 9, either
line and The Journal will accommodate
you by taking your ad over the 'phone.
If you will kindly call in and pay for same
at your earliest convenience It will greatly
facilitate the handling of these small
Send your Want Ads to The Journal, if
you want the best results. The cost is
small and the returns large.
At the first
symptoms of a
mach or liver
you should take
a few doses of
the Bitters. It
will tone up the
liver and cure
Nausea, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dyspepsia and
Give it a trial.
WHAT A SAMPLE BOTTLE
OF SWAMMOOT DID
To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamp-
Root, Vil Do for YOU, Every Reader of The Jour-
nal May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail.
W. F. Lohnes. a prominent business man of Springfield, Ohio, writes the follow-
ing strong indorsement of the great kidney remedy, Swamp-Root, to the editor of
the Springfield, Ohio, Republic
"Having heard that you could procure a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, free by
mail, I wrote to Dr. Kilmer &Co., Binghamton, N. T., for a sample bottle and It was
promptly sent. I was so pleased after trying the sample bottle that I sent to the
drug: store and procured, a supply. I have used Swamp-Hoot regularly for some time,
and consider it unsurpassed as a remedy for torpid liver, loss of appetite and general
derangement of the digestive functions. I think my trouble was due to too close
confinement in my business. I can recommend it highly for all liver and kidney
complaints. I am not in the habit of Indorsing any medicine, but in this case I can
not speak too much in praise of what Swamp-Root has done for me."
(W. F. Lohnes.)
4314 West High Street.
The mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney and bladder rem-
edy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, is soon realized, it stands the highest for its won-
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Special NoteIf you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking the wonderful dis-
covery. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they
will help all'the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone.
You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful remedy, Swamp-Root, sont
absolutely free by mail, also a book telling all about Swamp-Root, and containing
many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received., from men
and women who owe their good health, in fact their very lives to the great ourative
properties of Swamp-Root. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.. be
sure to say that you read this generous offer in the Minneapolis Dally Journal.
If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root is what you need you can pur-
chase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at the drug stores every-
where. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root* Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
It Votes 215 to 121 Against Giving
a Day to Irish Affairs.
London. Oct. 28.An impassioned con
demnation of British rule in Ireland was
again heard last night from the nationalist
section of the house of commons. The
proceedings were occasionally interrupted
by the taunts with which these scenes are
Mr. Wyndham, in a defense of the gov
ernment, said illegal intimidation must be
suppressed and,' although he disliked to
use military terms, he declared that
"pending the settlement of peace between
the contending forces the fighting must
go on," a statement which excited a fresh
outburst, the .nationalist members shout
ing "a very foolish observation," "we ac
cept the challenge," etc. Mr. Wyndham
declared it was hopeless to persuade par
to deal with the land question
while this system of intimidation pre
Sir Henry Campbell -Banerman said that
after ten years of resolute government
Ireland had a " a crimes act for It s magna
charta and a Sergeant Sheridan as the
embodiment of law and order."
The house then divided on Mr. O'Brien's
motion for a discussion of Irish affairs,
which was defeated by 215 votes to 121.
THE GRAVE ROBBERS
Four Doctors Give BondsTrial of
Br. Alexander on Nov. 12.
Indianapolis, Oct. 27.As a result of the
investigation by the grand jury of the
wholesale robbery of graves in cemeteries
at South Indianapolis, four indicted phy
sicians have given bonds for their appear
ance for trial, seven of the negro ghouls
were arraigned in court and entered pleas
of not guilty, and the case of Dr. Alexan
der was set for trial Nov. 12.
Dr. Joseph Alexander, demonstrator of
the Central College of Physicians and
Surgeons, gave bond in $3,000 and was re
leased. Dr. William F. Molt, demonstra
tor of the physio-educational college, was
released on $1,000 bonds. Dr. Frank M.
Wright, secretary and treasurer of the
electric-medical college, gave bonds In
$2,000. John C. Wilson, an interne at the
Central college, gave bonds in $1,000. Oth
ers released on bonds ranging from $400
to $2,000 were: Dr. Charles Byrkltt of
Castleton, C. M. C. Wilis, the colored un
dertaker Herman Fritz and Adam Ault,
the night watchman at the cemetery.
MALLEABLE IRON PLANTS
Western Concerns Will Not Enter
the Trust Now Forming.
Special to The Journal.
Milwaukee, Oct. 28.At a meeting in New
York on Wednesday afternoon, a trust of
the malleable iron plants of the country
will be organized by a syndicate headed
by Judge Gary and Max Fam of New
York. The deal has been pending since
July. The National Malleable Iron com
pany of Chicago and the Wisoonsln and
Northwestern Malleable Iron companies of
Milwaukee have declined to enter the
combine. The concerns in the trust are:
Pratt & Letchworth, Buffalo Michigan
Malleable Iron company, Detroit White
ley Malleable Iron company, Muncie, Ind.
Chicago Malleable Casting company^West
Pullman, 111. Moline Malleable Iron' com
pany, St. Charles, 111. "-',.
ORIGIN OF "WATERED STOCK.''
The expression "watered stock," which de
scribes so well the expansion ol the stock of A
company beyond ,the value of the property, or
iginated, it is said, in connection with Daniel
Drew, who was once the wealthiest and most
unique manipulator in Wall street. Drew had
been a drover in his. younger days, and it Is
said of him that before selling his cattle in the
market he would first give them large quantities
of salt to make them thirsty and then provide
them with all the water they could drink. In
this way their weight was greatly increased, and
the purchaser was buying ""*d i." 'watere* stock
Springfield, Ohio, Feb. 21, 1901.
BerlinFor the first time since 1870, Sarah
Bernhardt played In Berlin, receiving an ova
Colon, ColombiaGovernment troops attacked
the rebel position, with heavy loss on both
ParisTrance 'will eonsMer U\e adoption of
divorce laws less strict than she now has and
less easy than those of the United States.
ManilaHostile Moroes are blocking the trail
to Maciu forts, and the sultan of Cnraca is
preparing to resist the authorities In Mindanao.
CartagenaOne hundred twenty paper Colom
bian dollars are required to purchase one gold
dollar, and matters financial are in bad shape
GlasgowThe actual bnllding of the Shamrock
III. will be begun within a fortnight. The
bending of her frames is nearly finished and the
shaping of her keel plates has commenced.
KoineThe operation on Dr. Lapponl, the
pope's private physician, who is suffering from
appendicitis, was successfully performed by
Dr. Mazzonl. The pope, who was very anxious,
was informed of the result by telephone.
ViennaAlois Muller von Mildenberg, aged 64.
Is charged with twenty-three forgeries of bogus
titles of nobility, even to rescripts of Em
peror Leopold, and fraudulently securing large
sums of money.
Not one in twenty are free from some
little ailment caused by inaction of the
liver. Use Carter's Little Liver Pills. The
result will be a pleasant surprise. They
give positive relief.
Are you looking for a home? Watch for
the bargains in real estate that will ap
pear in the classified columns of the Sat
urday night issue.
Famous the World
C. S. Braclcett Company
Rea Bros. &. Co.,
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
Af vwy sua
eeptibae to oon-
id liver and
should have a
a thorough car-
thartie and an
invigor a ting
At all ,:. drug-
gists or sample
McCall Patter ns
are the most easily
understood of all.
They are practical
patterns,, not puz
zles, ^sf, -
10c and 15c
Gootlfellow Suits and Coats
Though the season has scarcely begun, the Goodfcllow policy to have exclusive and advanced modes, so
clearly defined, has already impressed itself upon the minds of discriminating- women and is the topic
where the matter of dress is brought up. Read this resume of these select stocks:
$22.50 $25.00 $35.00
Closing out odd pieces and short
lengths of fin lace galloons,
bands and medallions.
Point Venise and Irish Crochet
laee galloons and bands fl k ^
worth to 4c a yard.... Ivv
Point Venise and Irish Crochet
lace galloons and me- CQA
dallions,worth to $1 yd.O mPO
Point Yenise, Batiste, Irish
Crochet and fine Applique Lace
galloons,bands and W-QOA
dallions,worth to $3 yd. * J O U
Our lTp|^ flexible sole
storm boot will Fit the foot
as perfectly as a dress shoe
always comfortable and will
not lose its shape.
10 0 Stylesat$3.50
LUCY PAGE GASTON'S BXTSY DAT.
Rockford, 111., Oct. 2S.Lucy Page Gaston la
carrying on h*r autlcigarette campaign here
much after tJie fashion of Carrie Nation. Meet
ing some young men who were smoking clgaretteB
on a street corner, she compelled them to desist
and ground under her heel the weeds they had
been using. Similar cases are reported to have
occurred in other parts of the city
Longest Established, Most Successful
and Reliable Specialists In Diseases
of Men, as Medical Diplomas, Li
censes and Newspaper Record show.
by our Safe and Certain methods of treatment our charges are low and we1
guarantee satisfaction by curing every case wo accept for ^treatment.
Our combined eleotro-medical trea tment has many friends and few enemies.
Its friends are those who have tested its merits, and have been cured. Its
enemies are those doctors or specialists who are envious of all other treat-
ments that have-prov.en more successful than their own.. - .
If you cannot call, write for our book free, which will explain the diseases
we cure and how we cure them to stay cured, when others fail,w.
CONSULTATION and EXAMINATION FREE, and strictly^confldential. A
legal contract and guarantee of cure given to every patient. Office hours8 a:
m. to 8 p. m. SuTxaay8-r^.o.&. m. to l P- m- ReferencesBest banks ana lead-
ing businessmen of the city.^ - ' - '- - ..:- '-
State Electro-Medical Institute
Longest established. Thoroughly reliable. Authorized by the laws of the state.
301 Hennepin Aveaue, corner Third Street, Minneapolis, Mian.
Wednesday only prlcs
"I'm goln' to Leave," by the
author of "Ain't It a-Hhame,"
"SraoKy Topaz," two-step, just
"I'm Drifting Further from
You Day by Day.''
Both phones 1185. Goodfellow Dry Goods Co*, Mow Seventh and Nicollet Av.
Loose kersey dress doats, satip
lined. Loose kersey coats, pleated
back, strap trimmed, satin lined.
Double cape loose coats, a beau
tiful quality of bouole cloth,
Inverness Oravenette rain coats,
d'Denora coats in the new
men's wear cloth, cape effect.
Loose kersey coats in. the ripple
back Monte Carlo, cloth and
Swell Hohenzolleran Men
vrear cloth coats, 4 5 in. long.
Long English Walking Coats,
Velour blouse jackets and loose
To $155. novelty coats, the
highest art in tailoring.
GEO. D. DAYTON. J . B. MOSHER. GEO. LOUDON.
Silk Leaders of the Northwest. Now at 7th and Nicollet.
Minneapolis, St Paul & S&ult Sto. Marie
LT. Depot, 8d and Washington ava 3. Ar.
9:45 am ..
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
The Best $4-85 Lace Curtains
In the first place, we sell at $4.85 the remnants of higher-priced
stocks which find their way into this group then, the resources of
this stoT make it possible for us to get for you better curtains
priced regularly at $4.85 here than you usually buy, much better.
New additions, both from within and without the store, have made
this collection especially large this weeka good time for you to
eome. There are curtains of lace, madras, tapestry and grenadine.
The laces are in Arabian, Polt de Calais. Irish Point, Brussels and ruffles curtains.
The madras curtains are l:plnk ad green on cream ground.
The grenadines have colored silk stripes in red and green grounds.
The tapestries are In allolrs. Some are figured, with fringe on both ends: some plain
with borders on at**.and ttottom. _
The values are: \ "
Outing FlannelOne case
of the dark colorings, 1 g
12$c quality, Wednesday**4**
Scotch Flannel Just the
thing for Waists, washes as
well as muslin, here in cream,
blue and gray grounds, an ex
tensive gathering, for 4 1 R**
this sale "WW
EmbroideriesA clean-up of wide embroideries, odd patterns
and pieces of our fine matched sets, 4 to 8 inches wide, 4EA
sold from 25c to 35c a yard *
- $i.oo, $6.00)
v - ^ $7 00, $7.50 \ U**OP
. Pacific Express, daily ..,.16:00 pm
Atlantic Limited, dally ...]:30am
Depot, 5th and Washington avs N.
8:15 pml....Dakota Express, ex. San...18:80 am
8:55 ami..Ehinelander Local, ex. Sun..16:05 pm
MEN contemplating treatment,
we will spare you the penalties asso
ciated with Nervous Debility, Painful
Obstructions, Varicocele, Blood Poi
son, Urethral Discharges, Kidney and
Urinary Diseases, Weakening: Drains,
Youthful Indiscretions, Premature
Decline, Loss of Memory, Energy and
Ambition, Nervousness, Pimples. Pal
pitation of the Heart,- Shortness of
Breath, Apprehension of Calamity,
the Chagrin and Mortification of
Weaklings, the Fright of Contem
If all others have failed, come to
the State Electro-Medioal Institute
and get cured. W e are constantly
curing men who have spent much
time and money elsewhere in vain,
who would have saved must money,
time, annoyance and suffering if they
had applied to us-for treatment. We
, make no misleading statements or un
businesslike - prdpositlons to the af
flicted in order to secure their patron
age our success has been established
OCTOBER 28. 1902.
French FlannelsFifty de
signs ready for your choosing,
foT 'WTappers tuid dressing
sacques this is a cotton ma
terial that looks so much like
the real French Flannel that
it puzzles the ex
tion Cars to Portland, Ore.,
Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma
Fargo.Helena, Butte, Spokane,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland
Fargo and Leech Lake Local
St. Cloud, Little "UUB, Braln
erd, Walker, Besxutljl, Fargo....
Dakota and Manitoba Express
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Moornead, Fargo, Jamestown,
Bismarck, Mandan, Crookston,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg
"Ouluth Short Line"
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR
Dally. tBx. Sunday.
NOTB"Dtdutn Short Line" trains for Dnlnth
and West Superior arrive at and Depart from "Mil
waukee" Station, Minneapolis. All other trains at
Union Station In Minneapolis.
All trains use Union Station, St. Paul.
Office. 800 Nic. Phone, Vain 860. Union Depot.
Leave. -JaDally. bEx. Sun. cSun. only.] Arrive.
b 8:S0am|St. Cloud, Cass Lake, Bemldjilb
b 8'.S0aml. .Tlatah, Aberdeen, Fargo.. [b
biq.28amlWulmar, Sioux Falls, Fargo,|
J..Watertown, Sioux City..lb
b 5:12pmjElk River. Milacb. Sndtone)b
b. 5:07pm ..Waysata and Hutchinson
a 8:46pm ..Minn, and Dak. Express
a 7:40pm Fargo, Gd. Forks, Winnipeg
a 8:50pm Wlllmar, Sioux Falls, Yank
ton, Sioux City -
Sleener for 11:60 train ready at 8 p.m.
MINNEAPOLI S & ST. LUIS R. R
Office. Mc. House. Phone 225. St. Lonlr Depot.
aBx. Sunday. Others daily. Leave. | Arrive.
Watertown and Storm Lakel
Omaha, De* Molnea^ Kanf
' sag City, Mason City and
Esthervlile and Madison...
St. Lonis A Chicago Limited
Veorla lAmtted .......I
Omaha and Dei Moines
WISCONSIN CENTRAL BY.
TR15? MMADKEB fflfl CHICAGO,
Leave, 7:25 a. m. and 7:03 p. m. dally.
Arrive 8:50 a. m. and 6:85 p. m. dally.
Limon's wool cheviot dress
Walking suits,Norfolk and blonseti* 4 A C A
fashioned, silk lined jackets . * P
Walking suits, cheviots and tweeds, flare
collar and fancy silk &04& Rft
Novelty suits of camel's
eliaes and cheviots, silk lined.. M^*^'**
Silk lined costumes, distinct reproductions of
imported models, newer ideas than
see anywhere in the Twin
Cities, but here
Novelty Silk Evening Costumes, copies of the
exquisite creations of the best French coutouriers,
fifteen in the collection, in
price from $65 to.
Lord Kitchener Blouse Suits of
velvet and cloth, at
One-Half Price Silk Sale
"You are giving the best silk bargains that I have
seen in years," is the verdict of the silk men who
eame to the Twin Cities the last few days, and
they know. But you know it, too for no silk sale
has ever been more successfully opened. Silk
Place was a bower of shimmering beauty, buzzing
with the busy throng that praised and bought and
bought and praised. Remember only four days
more and the Bilks will go baek to the prices they
Regular selling prices $l.eO and $1.75. Special
The collection Is made up of warp-printed Louislnes, Satin Begence
and Damas, Broche, Jardiniere and monotone Persian effects in tne
rarest color combinations, lor every evening and dress purpose.
] a 8:4 5 am| 6:15 pm
: 8:86 pm
Ticket Office, 600 Nicollet. 'Phone, 240 Main.
Ex. Sun. Others dally.
Chi'go. Milw'kee, Mad'n.
Chi'go, Milw'kee, Mad'n.
puluth. Superior, Ashl'd.
Duluth, Superior, Ashl'd.
Elmore, Algona, Dea M..
SuClty, Su.Falls MltcheU
Huron, RedHeld, Pierre,.
Su.City, Omaha, Kan.Cy.
New Ulm, St. James..
Su.City, Omaha, Kan.Cy.
Watert'n. Huron, Redn' ld|'
D. Moines, Mitchell, S Fj
CHICAGOGREATWESTERN h t
ttty Ticket Office, fftb & Nicollet. Minneapolis.
Depot: Washington & ioth Ave. 8.
Telephone Main 262.
Northfleld, Faribault, Wa-la 7:40 ama
Hifyfield, Austin, Lyle, Ma-la 7:40 am
son City 1 4:35pm
Eagle Grove, Fort Dodae. .la 7:40 amla 8:00 pin
8:50am 6:55am 7:10am
ft St. Paul Hallway,
a 6:50 pm
8-.05 e m
Cotton, Wool, Silk,
75c " 872C
Twilled cotton blankets, ll-4,
heavily fleeced, CiC^lf
white and gray v v %Jf
Here is a comforter bargain
that is timelyan extra heavy
and large comforter, covered
with either silkoline or sateen,
filled with carded sheet ffi^O
cotton, worth $2.75 ..-.'.
clean-up of not many but all
good, fine made kinds, worth
to $5, for ft 1 !21
Wednesday ^ BBP
Outing flannels, soft and
fleecy, cheeks and stripes
*- . .
Dress Goods SaleMis
tral cloths, the hard twisted
mohair variety, in brown, navy,
mode, and gray and OR g %
black, 46 inches widei wOv
French Voiles,one of the "dress
iest" fabrics of the season, 44
inches wide, all colors and
black, best value | ^ 4 tf^ R
in Twin Cities ..V"ail
an it is possible to
. Jrenc h coutouriers ,
*T PMftnovii -
"The Maple Leaf Route."
aBx. Sunday. Others Dally.
Eenyon, Dodge Center,
Oelweln, Dubuque, Free-,
port, Chicago and East..
Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Mar
shalltown, Des Moines,
St. Joseph, Kansas City..
Cannon Falls. Red Wing..
Ticket office, 828 Nicollet av. Phone 122.
|, Arrive. aDaily. bBx. Sim. dBx. Sat.teave.
Chicago, La Crosse Mllw'ke.
Chicago, La Crosse, Mllw.'kee
Chicago - "Pioneer" Limited
Milwaukee, La X., Wli-ona..
Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque
Bed Wing and Rochester....
LaCrosse, Dubuq., Rk. Island,
Northfleld, Faribault, K.City.
Ortonville, Milbank, Aberd'n
Ortonvllle, Aberdeen, dFargo
Northfleld, Faribault, Austin.
TRAINS FOR HOTEL ST. LOUIS. MINNB-
TONKA. ' "-
Leave Milwaukee station at b5:80 pm. -Leave}
Hotel St. Louis, b7 .am. ..'-.-
bDally except Sunday.
Bnrlingtoa Rout e ^S&^^SS*
Leave for| Terminal Points. \ Ac, from
7:30 a.m.(ChicagoBscept Sunday 11:20 p.m,
7:30 a.m.ISt. LouisExcept Sunday...!
7:50 p.m.JChlcago and St. Louis, dally.18:05 a.sa
Leave t Arrive
a 8:00 pm
a 4:S5 pm
al2:01pm a 8 00am
bl2:01pm bl0':80pm a'6 20pm
h 9:2.m 6:45pm
b 7 A5pmb 1:20am