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NO FLOWERS FOR MILES War Department Officials Say He Will Get No Letter Commend ing His Services. , New York Sun Special Service. Washington, Aug. 11.Secretary Root made a positive denial yesterday after noon of the statement that he had recom mended to the president that a compli mentary aider he Issued in collection with the retirement of General Miles and that the president had vetoed the suggestion. He said the subject of retirement was not mentioned on the occasion of his visit to Oyster Bay and that there was not a thought of issuing anything but the usual formal announcement. There was a report that Secretary Root had written a personal letter to General Miles in regard to his retirement, but this was also denied by the secretary. The officials of the war department say that so far as the department is concerned the retirement of General Miles is a closed incident. Had it been intended to issue any complimentary order It would have been issued on the day of his re tirement, and the time for expressions of regret at his departure from active serv ice has passed. Comment was made to-day by friends of General Miles on the fact that not withstanding the army regulations against the issuing of orders eulogistic of retir ing officers such orders were issued in the case of General Merritt, General Brooks and General Otis, The explanation made at the war de partment is that these officer* were re tiring from an immediate active service %ln the field, which made it proper to call attention to their services. The General's Comment. Chicago, Aug. 11.The Tribune to-day prints an Interview with General Nelson A. Miles, who was asked as to the manner of his retirement from the command of the army and who is quoted as having said: "The matter is closed for the pres ent. Those who read the brief order and who have been cognizant of events of the last few years will understand the situa tion. I believe that any one can run and read and understand." The general denied any ambition to be come commander of the G. A. R. Society Plans to Transport 500,000 in Three Years. New York, Aug. 11.Thru an organized movement by the Rev. J. H. Henry Duck rey of Cambridge, Mass., 500,000 negroes will have emigrated from the south to points between this city, Boston and Providence within three years, says a special dispatch from Troy, N. Y. The work of arranging for the migration has been carried on secretly by the North Eastern and Western Immigration society of which Mr. Duckrey is president. TRe" money is said to have been subscribed by wealthy men and women who believe that this scheme is the safe and sure solu tion of the negro problem. Under Care of Physicians. Went from Bad to Worse. Could Not Go Out. CURED BYCUTICURA : BRING NEGROES NORTH - I was troubled with eczema on the face for five months during which time I was in the care of physicians. My face was in such a condition that I could not go out. It was going from bad to worse and I gave up all hope, when a friend of mine highly recommended Cuticura Remedies. The first night after I washed my face with Cuticura Soap and used Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent it changed wonderfully, and continuing the treatment it removed all scales and scabs. From that day I was able to go out, and in a month my face was as clean as ever." July 23,1898. THOMAS J. SOTH, 817 Stagg St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Five Tears Later. " I have not since been troubled with eczema." Feb. 19,1908. THOMAS J. SOTH. IN THE TREATMENT Of Torturing, Disfiguring, Itch ing, Burning and Scaly Humours Of the skill, scalp andblood, withloss of hair, Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills have been wonderfully successful. Even the most obstinate of constitutional hu mours, such as bad blood, scrofula, in herlted and contagious humours, with loss of hair, grandular swellings, ulcer ous patches in the throat and mouth, sore eyes, copper-coloured blotches, as well as boils, carbuncles, scurvy, sties, ulcers and sores arising from an impure or impoverished condition of the blood, yield to the Cuticura Treatment, when all other remedies fall. ^f ^Ip DOCKERY APPROVES Missourian Says President's Stand Against Lynching Is Right. Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 11.In dis cussing the recent letter of President Roosevelt to Governor Durbin of Indiana, Governor Dockery says that he is in ac cord with the sentiments expressed by the president. Governor Dockery said: "In the heat of passion, under certain circumstances, one is apt to feel that the action of a mob is justified^ but on sober afterthought there are few men who can or will justify the action of a' mob." Governor Dockery refused to have any thing to say on the color question. He thought that a sheriff in charge of a prisoner should resist a mob with force. MONSTER CHEESE One Weighing Two Tons to Be Made in New York for St. Louis. New York Sun Special Service. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 11.A monster cheese weighing two tons will probably be manufactured in this state and sent to the St. Louis exposition next spring. "New York is the greatest cheese pro ducing state In the union," said Agri cultural Commlsisoner Weiting to-day, "and the biggest cheese ever made in the world ought to grace our exhibit at St. Louis." ECZEMA ON FACE TUESDAY EVENING, ON ANOTHER PILGRIMAGE Naked Dukhobor Women Whipped and Driven Back to Their Homes , by the Men. Speoinl to The Journal. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 11.Ever since the Dukhobor outbreak of a year ago, When over two thousand started on a pil grimage In search of Jesus, only to be called to a halt by the mounted police, ran into a corral and bundled off to their homes In closely guarded trains, the re ligious'excitement has been smouldering in the faraway villages of the colony of the strange Russian sect. Several times has it blazed forth in in cipient crusades, but the presence of the police and the growing influence of the more enlightened of the Dukhobors have prevented a repetition of a crusade of equal magnitude. About a week ago a woman agitator named Sophia Storboloff managed to se cure a following in the settlement back of Swan river. The" men were away at work in the fields some miles from their homes, and in their absence she wrought up the females to such a pitch that they dis carded all their lothing and prepared to follow her on the journey to Christ. They formed a procession, and, chanting the wierd dirge-like hymns of their sect, de serted their homes and all. Word was conveyed to the men at work, and they followed the women to secure a speedy return. Words were of no avail and resort was had to force. The men used the whips they had for their horses and oxen, and the naked cortege was soon broken and in homeward flight. Many of the women were badly injured by the blows of the lashes which fell indiscrim inately on their bodies, and they were cowed into obedience. The woman lead er was treated to a severe castigation be fore she was turned adrift from the settle ment. Th'e work of Peter Veregin, the great Dukhobor leader who came from Russia last winter has done much to dissipate the religious mania and nearly all the men have become more rational. The women are still under religious Influence, and have to be kept down with a strong hand. IRELAND WILL BE THERE To See the Investiture of Archbishop Farley With the Pallium. New York, Aug. 11.Archbishop Ire land and several of the most prominent prelates in the United States arrived in New York last night to attend the cere mony of the investiture of Archbishop Farley which occurs to-morrow. The in vestiture of Archbishop Farley with the pallium will be the first ceremony at St. Patrick's cathedral which Archbishop Ireland has attended for years. The strained r^'atlons between him and Archbishop Oorrigan during the last years of the latter's life resulted in Archbishop Ireland absenting himself from all cathe dral ceremonies. Archbishop Farley has always main tained a friendship with Archbishop Ire land, and his elevation to the archpish opric has resulted in the alliance of the two largest Catholic provinces in Amer ica, those of New York and St. Paul. USED PAYNE'S NAME Postmaster General Would Have 0s- tander Barred From the Mails. Speoiftl to The Journal. - Milwaukee, Aug. 11.Because his name appeared in a reference in the magazine advertisement of W. M. Ostrander, a Phil adelphia real-estate broker, Postmaster General Henry C. Payne has ordered As - sistant Attorney General Charles Robb of the' postal department to secure the issu ance of an order against the real estate man to show cause why he should not be denied the use of the mails. Postmaster General Payne, in his note to Mr. Robb, says the advertisement seems false and fraudulent. In a letter to a Milwaukeean, Mr. Payne I declared his name and official title we're I used in the advertisement against his protest. TOLD IN A LINE BuffaloKent T. Snow, who killed his wife yesterday and then shot himself, died at the hospital to-day. Portsmouth, OhioHumphreys & Hogan's can ning factory blew up, killing three workmen and injuring a dozen others. New OrleansM. L. Lipman, of New York, owner of several plantations in Honduras, was assassinated on one of them. San Juan, P. R.Barbados reports a hurricane prevailing. Hurricane signals are set here and the people are much alarmed. Bockford, 111.In the murder of Meriano Greco, an Italian track walker for the Illinois Central railroad, indications point to a crime of the Mafia. Clarksburg, W. Va.Italian miners attacked American miners with guns and knives. One Italian was killed, one fatally and another slightly wounded. Guthrie, Okla.In a neighborhood feud James Cooper shot Sam Barret in the face aud in turn he and his father, William Cooper, were shot and killed by Barret. Barret is in jail. DetroitA committee from the Lake Dredgers' Union submitted their annual wage scale to the Dredgers' Protective Association. It calls for a 10 per cent advance at Duluth, the Soo and Cleveland. New YorkOliver Everett Robert, for twenty flve years in the United States assay office in New York and formerly United States consul at Hongkong, is dead at his home in Orange, N. J., from paralysis. Indianapolis, Ind.Little Ted Kendall, who 'disappeared from the home of his parents Fri day, was to-day found dead In a cistern near the Kendall home. Rewards aggregating $1,100 had beeu offered for his return. SeattleThe salmon pack this year will be almost a failure. The pack of fewer than 98,- 000 cases this year shows a shortage of almost 125,000 cases, as compared with the catch last year at the corresponding time. Dallas, TexasEx-Governor F. R. Lubbock, confederate war governor and past 60 years of age, will be married to-morrow for the third time. His second wife died one year ago.. Jliss Lou Scott, of Abilene, Texas, is the bride to be. PhiladelphiaSenator Heyburn of Idaho ap plied for a license to marry Mrs. Yeatman, the divorced wife of Dr. Pyle," of Kennett Square, Pa., but was refused until the papers covering the divorce proceedings of Mrs. Yeatman were produced. The license will be granted and the wedding take place to-morrow. New YorkThousands of men, women and children who spent Sunday near Long Island, had great difficulty in getting back to the city owing to a strike on the New York & Queens County Electric Railroad company's lines running out of Long Island iCity, on account of which police reserves were on duty during the night. Springfield, OhioMayor Tom L. Johnson has induced John W. Bookwalter to add $50,000 to the campaign fund and permit his name to come before the convention for indorsement as United States senator, thus blocking the way for John Zimmerman to that office and giving Johnson a better chance for landing the nomination for himself. Weston, W. Va.Benjamine Edgar an old farmer, was attacked by Robert Moore and his brothers, Hance and Thomas, and was killed with a stone thrown by one of the boys.. Edgar had thrashed his daughter for keeping company with Moore and that brought on the fight. Rob ert Moore was arrested and the sheriff is hunting for the brothers. St. LouisThomas A. Cleage, the main factor of the Cleague Commission company, admitted before Commissioner Saunders that he could not tell within $100,000 what he had paid his brok ers, nor within $500,000 of what be had lost on December corn. Investigation was instituted by the claim that he was $1,000,000 In arrears to the government on war taxes. Georgetown, Col.The eighteen miners driven out of town, after the blowing up of the com pressor of the Sun and Moon mine, by the Citi zens' Protective League, have offered criminal complaints against them and warrants have been issued for their arrest. Judge Owens issued an injunction against every member of the league, restraining them from Interfering with the min ers. Saratoga, N. Y.Richard A. Canfleld has been offered the management of Maiaon Lafltte, in Paris, to.be run as a club for gentlemen gam blers of Europe and America. He was prom ised 10.000 members, the winnings of the club and $30,000 a year, Canfield to back the games. The offer was tendered by Prince Bariatinsky, of Russia, representing 1,000 gentlemen nobles and a few monarchs. Canfleld has not yet ac 1 cepted. ,- ***' . - - * - Cuticura Rwolvent, 50e. In form of Chocolate Coated Pills, Mc. petvti vijrt_pi *t Bold throughout the world (I n form Chocolat e d t Ointment, 0c., Soap, SJe. Depots* Londoner home Ave- icat , Wc. , Soap , 25c . ^,~...'nrv.Charter' -i ." 83. Parle, 5 Rue de la Fatal BoetoUjlsr Columbus Potter Drug k Chem. Corp.. Sole Proprietor!. Bead far " HowtoCure a*U Tortures,*- ^ r~ ^5 zzL. 5pk THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAK* HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common glass with yout water and let It stand twenty-four hours, a sediment or settling indicates an un healthy condition of the kidneys if it stains the linen, it is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass it, or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the - knowledge so often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney and bladder rem edy, fulfils every wish in curing rheuma tism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pas sage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef fects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during tha day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar s'aes. You may have a sample bottle of Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy, and a book that tells all about "it, both sent ab solutely free by mail. Address Dr. Kil mer & Co., Btnghamton, N. Y. When writing, be sure to mention that you read this generous offer in The Minneapolis Daily Journal. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address. Binshamton. N. y., 0 n every bottle. 'FRISCO SEES AIRSHIP Dr. Aug. Grrech, an Experienced Aeronaut, Invents One Which Is Said to Work Well. San Francisco, Aug. 11.The Examiner says that Dr. August Grech, an aeronaut of twenty years' experience has just made an ascension from this city in the dirigible balloon or airship which he has construct ed. He did not cut loose from cable con nections with the ground but claimed that the balloon was fully under control and that he steered it up and down, back and forward and around at will. Three times it is said the ship ascended and descended its flight in the stiff breeze being accounted a triumph by the invent or and those who saw it. Dr. Grech is a native of France. He was accompanied in his flight by Captain E. S. Baldwin and a number of other per sons. The inventor hopes he will be in a position to met Santos Dumont the Bra zilian aeronaut and compete with him in the aerial contests at the St. Louis exposi tion. READY FOE G. A. R. 'Frisco Subscribes $23,000 for En tertainment of the Veterans. San Francisco, Aug. 11.Preparations for the national encampment of the G. A. R. are well concluded and from all indica tions the visiting delegates will have a pleasant time while here. Festivities have been arranged for their benefit not only in this city but all thru the surrounding country. A bureau of registration and in formation will be opened for the benefit of all arrivals. Veterans and other visitors from the east already are coming in large numbers. From Los Angeles comes the news of the arrival of the advance guard of the veter ans. The arrivals include, Pennsylvania, 250, and Illinois 70, with scattering dele gations from other states. The Spanish American war veterans will be represent ed and they will give a reception to the grand army. Money continues^ to be subscribed by local merchants the amount at present ag gregating $22,723. FOREIGN FLASHES LondonThe house of lords has passed the sugar convention bill. WinnipegA. F. Pirie. editor of the Dundas Banner, attempted suicide with a revolver. He Is now unconscious and recovery is doubtful. Belgrade, ServiaKing Peter's children, Crown Prince George. Princess Helena and Prince Alex ander, arrived to-day from St. Petersburg. The king awaited their coming. ViennaThe strike liots at Cracow. Austrian Poland, have resulted, according to a Cracow newspaper, in sixty deaths since Aug. 5, thru conflicts between the strikers and the troops. Mexico CityThe erruption of Mount Colima 1B showing Increased violence. The earthquake shocks extend thruout the country bordering the Pacific from Mazatian to the isthmus of Tenaun tepec. Kingston, JamaicaThe eastern end of the Island of Jamaica was swept by a hurricane, much damage being done to the bannnn planta tions of the United Fruit and the Jamaica Fruit companies. Toronto, Ont.James Smart Lockie has shot and killed himself at his home in Queens park, the most aristocratic quarter of the city. Ho was manager of the Imperial Trust company of Toronto and moved in the best society. LondonAustin Chamberlain, the postmaster general, has refused to consider the question of Anglo-American penny postage on the ground that it would cause a sacrifice of revenue and there would be difficulty in refusing such postage to other countries. LondonApplication has been made for the arrest of Promotor E. T. Hooley on the charge of fraudulently and by false pretences obtaining signatures to checks and bills of exchange to the amount of $050,000. He Is connected with the Sapphire Corundum mine of Canada. LondonAccording to a dispatch from War saw, 38,000 American fanners have addressed an appeal to the Russian ministers of finance and agriculture, requesting their assistance in rais ing the prices of agricultural products, particu larly wheat. They desire to zx an annual mini mum price. Fort de France, MartiniqueA terrific hurri cane of ten hours' duration swept over the island, unroofing hundreds of houses and damaging sMp pirg in this harbor. Streets and roads are im passable on account of fallen trees. The towns of Trinlto, St. Marie, Carbet, St. Joseph and Francois suffered severely. Carey's Magnesia Cement roofing, The most durable, economical and prac tical Are-proof roofing made. W. S. Nott Company. Both 'phones, 376. CDEE FORJAY FEVER. Voegell Bros. Drug Co. Say Hyomel Will Give ReliefSold Under Guar antee. The season for hay fever is admost at hand and many people feel that they will be obliged to leave town in order to avoid the sneezing, watery eyes and other an noying symptoms of this disagreeable summer disease. Vogeli Bros..Drug Co. wish us to an nounce that when Hyomel is used, either as a preventive or cure, there will be no hay fever. They advise the use of Hyomel daily for two or three weeks be fore the usual time for the annual ap pearance of hay fever. In this way the attack will be prevented. If, however, the preventive treatment was not started soon enough and the disease comes on, use Hyomel six or seven times daily and also rub Hyomel Balm thoroughly into the nostrils both morning and night. This treatment will relieve at once and give a speedy and permanent cure. Hyomel actually brings Into your own home, a climate filled with ozone and healing balsams, the same air that one breathes at the White Mountains or other health resorts. There is no stomach dosing when Hy-v omei is used. It is Nature's own method for curing all diseases of the respiratory organs, and is breathed through a neat pocket -inhaler that accompanies every outfit, so that the medicated air reaches the minutest air cells, killing all germs and soothing and healing the irritated mucous membrane. It is the one treatment for hay fever where Voegeli Bros. Drug Co. guarantee to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction. All who are subject to hay fever should begin Its use at once so as "*~ I to prevent the disease, _^ ^ *." - ft.' * i- 3.*9" #'\ ^li&*, iSSPs We Close Frida ys at 1 O'clock during August Satur- days at 9:30, other days at 6. We open at 8:30.: ^ Geo. D. Dayton, J. B. Mosher Formerly Goodfellow's D.D.Dayton, Frank H. Carleton. 10c and 15o Brilliantine Coats, in black and navy, with China Silk sailor col lars, trimmed with applique 2 to 4 year sizes , reduced from $6.00 to $3.89. Linen CoatsThree-quarter length, sailor and round collars, trimmed with braid, some with embroidery inserting, sizes 2 to 4 years, were $2.00 to $4.00, now $ 1.50.' Both Phones 1185. Dayton Dry Goods Company, Seventh and Nicollet. TOT: PISTOL VICTIM Machines Sues a Dealer for Death. T of His Stolid .:?-"'- New Yorjs Sun Special Service , Pittsburg, Aug. 11.John Macinnes has entered suit for $5,000 damages against John Lucht, a storekeeper of 514 Brighton Road, Allegheny. Last July 4, the 9-year- old son of Macinnes purchased a toy pis- Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold.'' $1.00 per bottle of druggists. Book containing valuable information mailed free. VNL BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Gau Pure, Pale and Sparkling. Bottled Only at the Brewery in St. Louis. These are Busy Times HereIts a sort of a race between the store and the carpen- ters. They are in one end of the building getting it ready for us with singing saws and tapping hammers. We are in the other paring down the stocks that are going in the new part and getting in trim for the shifting around and the opening. The less goods, the less the trouble and the fresher fall stocks. We are^ keeping up with theartisans. We are cuttingprices and hammering down the cost. It brought here hundreds of women and men who did not know until now of the wonderful success this store had this summer in selling negligee shirts. But better late than never. The first day was a rousing one. The lastWednesdaywill take about all the shirts here, three to four hundred, sizes 14 to 18. Madras and Oxford Shirts in all white, in white grounds SOLD ST a & BRACKETS It Co.. WHOLESALE DSALKRg. OHEMIPLH % AUGUST 11,' 19^3. The Negligee Shirt Sale with stripes and figures tan Madras shirts, solid blue Oxford - shirts, some with pleated bosoms, some with collars attacheda splendid variety, all sizes$1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2 shirts at Girls' Coats All ReducedMost prices just half sizes 6 to 14 years: $ 5 Silk Coats $2.50 10 Silk Coats 5 12 Silk Coats - 6 3.50 Cloth Coats 1.75 6 Cloth Coats. 2.50 8.25 Cloth Coats 4.13 10 Cloth Coats 5 12 Cloth Coats 6 . 15 Cloth Coats 7.50 Save a Fourth by having alterations*\ made now. Save a Fourth by having repairs made now. Save by having new garments made now tol in Lucht's store. While firing it off the pistol exploded and a piece of it en tered the boy's hand. He died of lockjaw a few d^ys later. The father is seeking to recover dam ages for the loss of his child. A score or more parents are watching the case with interest owing to the many deaths from the same cause. Carey's Magnesia Cement Roofing Cannot rust or leak like metal roofing. W. S. Nott Company. Both 'phones, 376. Is to love children, and no home can be completely happy without them, yet the ordeal through which the ex pectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with apprehension and dread. q^w^i^3Fr\^?r4'?^s&jr^2i m Women's Jackets Cloth JacketsFitted backs, in tan and black, lined with satin, re duced from $13.50 to 97.50. Blouse Jackets of black cheviot, trimmed with stitched Taffeta bands, reduced from $12.50 to $7.50. Covert Cloth Jackets in tan, fitted and blouse styles lined with taffeta silk and trimmed with stitching reduced from $18.50 to $8.50. Always the same Good Old Blatz. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS. LIMITED EleetricJUffhtedObserva- tion Oars to Portland, Ore., via Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma Pacific Express Fargo,Helena, Butte, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland Fargo and Leech Lake Local St. Cloud, Little Falls, Braln erd, Walker, Bemldjl, Fargo.... Dakota and Manitoba Express Fergus Falls, Wahpeton, Moorfiead, Fargo, (Mandan Dally Ex. Sn&d&y), Crookston, Grand Forks, (jtratton, Winnipeg Fall Fashions are foreshad- owed in McCall Patterns 69c Rugs I linil 26-inch Wool Smyrnas, $1.40. 30-inch Wool Smyrnas, $1.85. 36x63 Wiltons, worth from $6.50 to $8.50, for this group only, $5.50 18x36 Axminster Door Mats, 90c. 8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 6 in. Tapestry Bugs, worth $16.50, at $12.95. 8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 6 in. Velvet Rugs, worth $27.50, at $19.95. And more good bargains. Office, 800 Nic. Phone, Main 860. Union Depot Leave.- aDaily. bEx. Sunday, cSun. only. Arrive b 4:55pm b 9:00am bl0:00am Ticket Office. 000 Nicollet. Phone, 340 Main. Ex. Sun. Others Dally.I Leave. 1 Arrive. Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison. ChicagoAtlantic Express.. ChicagoFast Mail Northwestern Limited Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison. Duluth, Superior, Ashland.. Wausau, F. du Lac, Gr. Bay Twilight Limited Duluth, Superior, Ashland Elmore, Algoua. Des Moines Su. City, Su. Kails, Mitchell. Huron, Redneld, Pierre Sa, City, Omaha, Kan. City. NeV Ulm, St. Jemes Watertown, Huron, Redneld Des Moines. Mitchell, Su. F. Omaha Limited Su. City. Omaha, Kan. City. MINNEAPOLIS BRANCH, 1316 6th St. S., telephone 206. |Ni|||H| pm "Duluth Short Line" *7:05 t 9:10 am am f5:20 pm 8:35 pm DULUTH AND SUPERIOR *6:50 am TRAINS TO 'Daily. fx. Sunday. NOTE.All trains use the Union Station, St. Paul, and Union Station In Minneapolis. TIPIfET nCCIPE IS NICOLLET BLOCK. I I URL I UrrlUC TELEPHONE MAIN 1*9*) MILWATJKEE DEPOT. Chicaat, Miiwavkee & - a . Paul Kiilwaij. Ticket office, 828 Nicollet av. Phone, 122. Dally. lEx.Sunday. xKx.Sat.J Leave. | Arrive. Chicago, La X., Milwaukee..!* 7:5oam, Milw'kee, La Crosse, Winona * 2:20pm Chicago, La X., Milwaukee. .1* 7:00om CHICAGO "PIONEER" LTD - 9:00pm Chicago, La X., Milwaukee. .|*10:26pm|12:01pm Northneld, Farlbo, sK. Cltyl* 8:20am|* Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque. I* 8:S0pm|* Northneld, Faribault, Austi.la 7:15pm La Crosse, Dubuque, Rk Islls 7:50am Ortonville, Mllbank, AberdeenIs 9:30am Ortonville, xFargo, Aberdeen!* 7:00pm Minnetonka trains leave Minneapolis: *0:13 a. m., *9 a.m., *1:80 p.m., 5 p. m *5:50 p. m., 11:45 p. m. leave Minnetonka: a"-.20 a. m., 18:20 a. m., elO a. va., *1 p. m., x 4 p. m., *0 p. m.. *10:46 p. m. e. Sunday only. Rock istand System OFFICE, 828 NICOLLET AT. Phones, N.W. 2147 T.O. 628. Trains leave and arrive Milwaukee Depot Dally. |Leave forjArr. from Albert Lea, Cedar' Rapids, | Davenport, Rock Mollne, CblcagOt lingtoa, Quincy and -Louis y m i St. Cloud,Fargo, Grand Forks. .. .Tintah, Aberdeen. Fargo... all .Ol am bl0:00am b 3:05pm b 6:10pm -MILWAUKEE Flyer to Pacific Coast I Wilmar, S. Falls, S. City, I I Watertown, Browns Valley 1 .. Princeton, Milaca. Duluth.. .. Wayzata and Hutchinson .. a 6:02 pm a 8:40pm a 8:40pm a 8:30am all :47pm b 9:80am b 3:05pm Watch for the triangular label on the bottle It stands for uniformity and all that's good and pure in beer. Puset Bound JCxpress . .Montana and Pacific Coast.. Breck.. Fargo. G.Forks. Win'g Willmar, S.Falls, Yank.,S.City Minnesota and Dakota Express P -, b 5:40pm alOzlO pm b 5:40pm bl2:40pm b 8:55am a*: 15 pm a 7:10am a 7:10am a 6:65am a 6.45am b 6:00pm b!2:40pm ' Minneapolis to Dulutb.J f Nhort T^ine. | Sleeper for 11:47 train ready at 9 p. m. WORTH-WESTERN 1INE| 7:60 am 10:20 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm 7:85 am 6:36 pm Omaha, Des Moines, Kan sas City, Mason City and Marshaltown Estherville and Madison. "NORTH STAB LIMITED Chicago and St. Louis. . Peoria Limited Omaha and Des Moines Limited (June 14, 1903.) 10:20 pm 6:80 pas 10:00 am 7:36 am 6:00 pm 10:00 am 4:00 pm 7:10 am 9:80 am 7:10 am 9:80 am 4:20 pm10:36 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 9:35 pm 8:10 pm 8:10 pm 8:10 pm 8:10 pa am 8:45 am 8:46 am 8:30 on CHICAGO OREAT WFSTERN Rlf. 8:10 am "The Maple Leaf Route." Leare I ArrlTO *10:46J* 1:50 am pm City Ticket Office, 6th and Nicollet, Minneapolis. Depot, Washington and 10th av S. TeL M. 262. I Leavs I Arrive Ex. Sunday. Others D'aily.lMin'polla.|Mln'polis. Bayfield, Mclntyre, Oelweln, Dubuque, Freeport, Chi cago and East Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Mar ehalltown, Des Moines, 8t. Joseph, Kansas City.. Red Wing. Rochester,Osage, Northneld. Mankato .... Hayfleld, Austin, Lyle. Ma son City Spokane^10:45 7:40 am 8:00 m 10:46 pm 10:00 am 8:00 pm 10:45 pm 7:65 am 4:66 pm 7:40 am 4:85 pm Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge..I *7:40aml *8:00 pm MINNEAPOLIS & Wasb.d tIn.Av* ST. LOUIS H. . Corner. Phone No. 225. St. Louis Depot. aEx. Sun. Others Daily.I Leave. | Arrive Watertown and Storm Lake Express 10:30 pm 8:00 am 1:25 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 am 1:25 pm 7:80 pm 10:55 am 11:20 am 8:00 pm a 8:57 am Minioli.. StPanl&SaaltSte, Marie 10:3Opm * 8:20pm * 7:86am 6:20pm 9:30am 11:16am JIIO :80pm a 6:30pm * 7:16am Lv. Depot, 8d and Washington avs B. 9:45 ami.. 6*5 pmr.. a 5:15 pm a 9:35 am 6:30 pm a 6:40 pm 9:16 am 7:45 pm 8:35 pm . Cured at jrour home. Rapids , I I Island,! I , Bur-] 9:10 am] 4:55 pm and St. 1 :* pl 8J0 am rfji&& - '"'W ,-*.-- 8:15 am ..Pacific Express, daily .. ..Atlantic Limited, dally.. 16:00 pm 9:80 am Depot, 5th and Washington avs N. 6:80 pml...Dakota Express, Ex. 8:00 amlRbinelander Loca Sun.. Ex. Sun. 17:30 am |6:06 pm WISCONSIN CENTRAL BY. TR ^ MILWAUKEE art CHICAGO. Leave 7:25 a-m and 7:05 p. m. dally. Arrive 8:50 a. m. and 5:10 p. m. dally. BLACKHEADS :^c^ &> &Z' ''d