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WILL SEEK THE POLE
?ommand !*.. For That Purpose. i. ' f Washington, Sept. 7.Commander Rob ert E. Peary, U. S. N., the well-known Arctic: explorer, will make another dash for the north pole. Leave of absence lor three years has been granted him,y with the permission of the president, by Mr. Darling, acting secretary of the navy, and he has been assured of the hearty ympathy of both these officials in his new venture* In his letter of application for leave of absence, Commander Peary briefly out lines his plan. In a suitable ship, built in one of our best shipyards, reinforced and strength- ned to the maximum degree with Ameri can engines, "so that she may go north as an exponent of American skill and me - chanical ability," Commander Peary, hopes to start with his expedition about July 1. Upon arrival at the Whale sound region, he will take on board a large number of Baklmoa, and establish a apermanent base at Cape Sabine. Thence he will force his way northward to Grant Land, where he hopes to estab lish winter quarters on the northern shore. A s far as practicable along the route, he will establish caches. The following February, with the earli est returning light, he will start due north over the polar pack with a small pioneer party and followed by a large main party. Not a whit less brave than when she ac - companied her husband on his last trip in search of the North Pole, Mrs. Robert E. Peary will remain at her home Jn "Washington, anxiously awaiting word from the next expedition which her husband will lead. The decision was one of neces sity. A n heir has just arrived in the Peary home, which needs the attention of the mother. When Mr. Peary returned from his last trip to the north, It was understood then that his wife should accompany him if he decided to make another trial. INTEEETJPTED THE FUNERAL Indiana Couple Is Married at Grave of a Stranger. ' Indianapolis, Sept 7.Elbowing his way thru a crowd ot mourners assembled at an open grave in Spring Hill cemetery near Danville, 111., Samuel Smiley of Beckwlth, this state, stopped the funeral ervices with an excited request to be married to Mrs. Anna Wagner. Smiley explained to Rev. J. E. Green ing, the Methodist minister who was officiating at the funeral, that the rela tives of the woman were In olose pursuit and he asked that the marital knot be tied at once. Mr. Greening was astounded at the re quest and he looked at Smiley as tho he thought him demented. The hoosler Insisted that the case was an urgent one, and as he spoke he thrust the marriage license into the hand of the surprised clergyman. In the meantime the crowd of mourners had fallen back a few paces from the grave. Seeing them giving a tacit consent to the proceeding the preacher glanced at the license, and then by the side of the open grave, with the coffin, whioh had just been laid into the box. in plain view, Smiley and Mrs. Wag ner were made one. As the groom led the bride away Mr. Greening resumed the burial service and the little crowd of mourners took their positions again around the grave. "UNEASY LIES THB HEAD" His Subjects Try to Assassinate King Peter of Servia. Vienna, Sept. 7.Advices from Servia leave no doubt that a serious crisis Is Imminent. It is reported that an attempt was made on King Peter's life at Nlsh last evening. Stones were thrown at the carriage in which he was riding and one hit him on the cheek. It is also reported that re volvers were fired. While the official reports say that only twenty-eight officers were arrested for the latest demonstration against the army Officers who killed the late king and queen, private advices say that some 500 officers and civilians were taken Into cus tody. Instead of being allowed to go on parole, as the official report had it, they were released by forcible interven tion of the officers of the Nlsh garrison. ROUGH RIDER'S TWINS President Sends His Photograph and Congratulations. pedal to The Journal. Des Moines, Iowa. Sept. 7iPresident Theodore Roosevelt has sent his picture and congratulations to the twins born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Waterbury of this city and also to the parents. Mr. Waterbury, tho now a staid and pros perous business man, was a "Rough tider" under Colonel Roosevelt. Naturally his first impulse upon the birth of the children was to send to his old colonel nd friend the good news, explaining that he had named the seven-pound boy Theo dore and his six-pound girl Helen. Replying, the president sent an elegant photograph of himself with the inscrip tion, 'To Theodore Eugene Waterbury from Theodore Roosevelt with best wishes for his future." Seven Diseases Caused by Measles. Dr. Miles' Restora tive Tonic and Nervine Cured After Thirty-one Years. -I was a perfectly healthy young man up to February 1865. When ray regiment was In Camp Randall I waa taken sick with the measles and I did not enjoy good health up Nervine and Tonic in 1896. Doctors have told me it came from Inactivity of the Hver. I cannot say how many physicians did treat but have had ajl kinds. Dieting has Biliousness, attacks of nasal catarh, hay mee never helped roe headache, rheumatism,- fever, asthma, and chronic diarrhoea have all taken their turn with me. Thanks to the Nervine and Tonic I am completely restoret to health. I have also used Dr. Miles* Ann Pain Pills withgood results and I think that the Dr. Miles Remedies are perfect. -Rev. Hiram Bender, Sparta, Wis. "I want to say a few good words fdr Dr. iterative Nervine. I have been Miles' Restora t ubl account of thtsTuve tried various remedies Dr. Mile* Medical Co* Elkhart, Ind. " . \ p4UL Ticket office, 2U Clark at* atfbtgo, wnmtftv guiMiiifl -'' rmn? MONDA Y EVENING , DEATH VEILS MYSTERY Peary, U.S. N., Seoures 1 Three Tears' Leave,of Absence "Jimmie the Bum," Supposed to Be the Son of a Former Judge, .w '-."- Is Dead. ,: New York, Sept. 7.Dying, as he had lived, a1 mystery- to the denixens of Mul berry Bend and Chinatown, "Jimmie, the Bum," who gave his name to the police a few days ago as Jamas Murray, but who is bellved by his closest cronies to have been the scapegrace son of a former judge of the supreme court, who once lived in Brooklyn, will be burled to-mor row afternoon by those among whom he lived. It is not their contributions alone which will pay for the expenses of his funeral. As his body lay in a casket in a Mulberry street undertaking shop, two well dressed women, heavily veiled, who declined to give either name or address, joined the mourners, d when they left dropped two bank notes into the battered cup which stood at the head of the casket. No one could be found who knew "Jimmie" by any other name altho for a dozen years he had spent his life in the space of two or three blocks. Onoe he received an Income from some souroe, but of recent years his income was Irregular. When the news of his death spread thru the bowery, hundreds of his miserable comrades visited the room where the body lay and as each one passed, pennies nickels and dimes fell into the cup to pay for the funeral. POPE TO LEAVE YATIC4N Rumor Says That His Holiness Is Determined to Change Polioy in This Regard. Rome, Sept. 7.Great excitement has been caused in Rome and all over Italy by the announcement that the pope has asked for estimates of the cost of repair ing the apostolic palace of the Lateran in order to render it habitable for the papal court. Everybody is commenting on the news, as it shows the evident intention of Plus to escape at last from the prison of the Vatican and venture again thru the streets of Rome, notwithstanding the Italian occupation. The Lateran palace is one of the four pieces of property which the Italian gov ernment did not take from the pope at the time of the occupation of Rome. It ad joins the Church of St. John, the oldest in the eternal city, and some of the offi cers of that church have apartments in it, among them Cardinal Satolll, the archpriest, who occupies a magnificent suite of sixteen rooms, beautifully fur nished. DIES IN POVERTY Onoe Had Half a Million, but He Lost All. Troy, Ohio, Sept. 7.Walter Craig, who a few years ago was worth nearly 1500,- 000 and owned and presided over one of the best farms in the county, died here in a tumble down cabin, the home of a former housekeeper. Craig had lost everything. Fast horses, building a fair ground in Nebraska, tak ing a herd of horses to Mexico and spec ulating in western mining stock all com bined to exhaust his fortune. At one time he owned a farm ten miles square and built the largest barn in the state of Nebraska. The city twice with blows on the head. Tuscola, 111.Two men Mayor McMasters with membership of a million and a half. The United States was represented by Messrs. Lawler of Bethel, Conn., and Max Hayea of Cleveland, Ohio. la much with insomnia since I made the change to the new paper and on troubled very without relief. I was fitaally induced by a wholesale druggist, a personal friend of mine, to try Nervine. I can assure you it has done me a lot of good. I do not find it nec essary to use it regularly now but occasion ally when I find that I am excessively nerr eus and restless I again take .it up as I always keep a supply on hand. It has never failed to give roe the desired relief ."A. Huegin, Publisher "Daily Free-Press" Mil waukee, Wis. All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address I cago. R. C. Hoaae, N. W. T. Pi A * St. FOREIGN FLASHES TiondonWilliam Waldorf Aator baa Mat a check for 20,000 to the cencer reaaarcta fund, ax a reault of the appeal made by Prime Minister Balfour. Sydney, N. S. W.The Earl and Counteaa of I/onedale wlll.be passenger* on the steamer Ven tura, which la to sail from this port for San Francisco to-day. * Atlantic City, N. J.Because he could get no seat Samuel Jackson, the mUlionatre, refused to pay his fare from Qrmantew Junction to this city. Ho waa arrested and the matter will be tested in the courts. LondonM. H. Hanna and Charles A. Conant of the United Statea international Exchange com mission, and ex-Secator William F. Vllaswlll be Saasengers on the White Star' line steamer ceanlc. which la to sail from Ljrrerpool Sept. 9 for New York. - -. The Baltimore A Ohio Railroad - Offers very low round-trip rates from Chi cago to Baltimore, Md., Sept. 18, 19 and 20, account Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O O. F . Tickets will be good for return until Oct. %. B. N . Austin, Q. P. A.. Chi- / =.,-- - A Willia_ m Thompson pmt cltron to reduce the swell a mosquitohis bite and los th eye. St. Louis, Mo.The body of a man with a bullet hole between the eyes has been found in the river at the foot of LuceS avenue. Newport, R. I.W. J. Bryan attended Trip, ity church yesterday and was shown by the ush er to the famous George Washington pew. Bridgeport, Conn.Henry Sanford. vice presl the Ada ~* dent of f "th e Adam s Axpreis company, died last nignt at his residence here, aged 80 years. DenverThe democratic state convention met in this city to-day for the purpose of nominating a candidate for judge of the supreme court. Los AngelesMike Jesey, John Cranz and Dan Sabln, three laborers, were crushed to death by a caving In at the excavation for the site of a new hotel. Denver, Col Eighteen members of the smelt er's union have been indicted for rioting in con nection with the strike at the Globe and Grant smelters. Syracuse, N. T.J. 0. Keller was re-elected president of the National Association of Letter Carriers. The next convention will be held in Portland, Ore. Los Angeles, Cal.Colonel Griffith, whose wife lumped from a third-story windaw last Friday, has been arrested charged with at tempting to murder her. ChicagoAfter a stormy session In which the lie was freely passed the Federation of Labor decided to investigate its defense fund commit tee, , charged with peculation. Rochester, N. Y.County Judge Arthur H. Sutherland was accidentally shot while duck hunting on Stony Lake. Canada, sustaining a serious wound in the forearm. Canaan, N. HJoseph Graham and Miss Josle Nelson were ehot by William Imprete, who then shot himself. His victims were not seri ously hurt but Imprete may die. Knoxvllle, Tenn.While Clarence Peake was being tried for the murder of Silas Bulln, Hulln walked Into the courtroom- Who the man was that Peake killed is now the mystery. J/exlngton, Ky.Curtlss Jett. convicted of as sasslnatlng J. B. taken to Cynthlana to-day to stand trial'for the Marcum at Jackson, Ky., was a to-da y to stand trial " assassination of Town Marshal Cockrlll Wilkesbarre. Pa.Mrs. Michael Wolfe was killed and eleven others were injured by a trolley car striking a rock on the track and plunging down a thirty-foot embankment. ChicagoWilliam Goldie is dead at his home here, aged 78 years. The company of which he was the head, erected a number of buildings at the world's fair, Buffalo and Omaha expositions, and has contracts to the extent ot 92,000,000 at the Louislant purchase exposition. LeicesterThe trades union. congress opened its sessions here to-day. ' There were present 460 delegates representing 350 trades, with a McCali. Patterns None Better at Any Price ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine GARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS mist bear Fac-simile Signature of 1 The y TOUCH the LIV Genuine Wrapper Printed on RED PAPER BLACK LETTERS book for the signature UTT'-XTXTTS' A 10c and 15c Beautiful Autumn SilksThousands of YardsSeven Big Striking Bargains iliiS^ Plain and Fancy SilksBlackand^Colbfetl Silks, Silks for gowns, Silks for Waists, Silks for Petticoats, Silks for trimmingsall new fall styles and coloringslots of black sjlkthe most popular weaves. Be on hand for early choice. mm*********************** Suits : Fiv e Ne w Style s Especiall y Made Wrist* Bay Wrist* Bags of seal and walrus, 5 and 6 inch, in black, brown, tan and gray silk lined, with inside pockets and frames, worth $1.25, at 79o. Flannel *f Roya) Flannel is becoming a popu lar fabric for dressing sacques, kimonos and bath robes is double-faced and very heavy, and comes in a fine range of Pay, atterns the 35c quality, Tues at 25o. Shaker FlannelFifty pieces of the cream, the best 10c value made, Tuesday, at 8c. Dress Goods New Goods every hour now, would be no untruthful state ment cases and cases are be ing unpacked everyday among them are bargains. Silk and Dress Novelties, Zibe lines, black whipcords, Henri ettas, serges and cheviots) width 40 to 48 inches, values up to $1.25, at 48c. Camel's Hair Zibeline in black, rich and lustrous infinish,heavy in weight 42 inches wide, $1 value, at 78c. fof that state, was named for. him in tile early eighties. H e was 85 years old" and outlived three wives. :--*-'' .'': Craig, in TOLD IN A LINE Leadville, Col.Snow fell to this city for two hours last night. West PointThe order against the use of to bacco within barracks has been rescinded. Plymouth, Mass.The National Society of Mayflower Descendants Is in session here. Scranton, Pa.Two boys named Epstein were burned to death In an incendiary fire yesterday. Salt Lake, UtahA rich rein of coal has been found on the pre-emption claim of Perry S. Heath. NewportPeter Collier, owner of Collier's Weekly, is trying to start a presidential boom for Oliver P. Belmont. Toilet Soaps Witch Hazel, Oatmeal, Tar, and transparent Glycerine, the best , 10c qualities, 3 Cakesfor 10o. r CorsetsA New Model The HygeiaA new shape evolved by one of the world's greatest designers it is a straight piece corset, with long hips, and is for medium and slender figures. ' has extended front and hip lines, which im part long graceful curves to the figure there is indicated on this corset the cor rect position for the hose supporters $1.50. attempted to paving . ipte d to kill bricks, felling him ChicagoTho his heart had been almost cut In halves by a knife stab Saturday night, Mat thew Plowman is still alive. Camden, N. J. .._.. _ ellella on eye tomay reducee theeswelling from Extreme Long Front Corset, medium high bust for medium and full figures has hose supporters in front, and is made of Coutil white and drab, sizes 19 to 130, $1.00. Deep Hip Corset, straigmVfront, full gored, low bust, made of coutil, which does not stretch, $1.00. . ril/VTTa THE mNNBAPOLlS JOUBNill maumwtxf TV\TTTXT Geo. D. Dayton, J. B. Mosher, -Formerly Goodfellow's- tST Second Floor. 9ILK LEADERS OF THE NORTHWEST. Ready Tuesday Morning at 9 O'clock. An Important ai\d Timely Silk Sale Table after table, occupyi$g:the entire length of Silk Place-the lightest, brightest silk store in the city. To show you how the resources of a great store that deals only in dependable goods are turned to the advantage of those iwho want but moderately priced things, let us cite t^e-lnsta^cfisoif^t^ese suits yjy ? . , : ARTERS Iti^/v'/-''''.' nvrauvn *-' ITT LE IV ER Absolutely Cure BILIOUSNESS. SICK HEADACHE. TORPID LIVER. FURRED TONGUE. INDIGESTION. CONSTIPATION DIZZINESS. SALLOW SKIN. Nort h America n Telegraph Company (OBQkxiCBlKSK 1SSS) :" Continues to furnish tho Mine efficient service that has mado tho venture a vV,S'',V'W Daylight Stors 1 Values from 50c to $2.50./ : 5:?. ..:- -./, t w A W e have had made copies of Hve of the best - '*,% I models of American and foreign designers, which were originally for suits from $50 to $75 something that can only be done by a store V - that comes in close touch with the firstmakers. The prices/will be $13.50, $15, $16.50, $19.50, $22.50. We selected ?the materials and trimmings. We promise you that you ^vill have more style and quality for these prices than, we ever gave you before, and that means more than any btlie store hereabouts has given you. $ 1 6.50- Tl* ree-quarter $1 3.60 Three - quarter length coat suit of men's length coat suit of wool materials in fancies wear blue, brown, medium and dark gray coat full satin lined, with inlaid velvet col lar, belt of self material, large full sleeve with cuff 9-gore, instep length skirt. $19-50-Louis XIV suit of men's wear fancies and solid color cheviotsblue, black and brown three-quarter length coat with blouse front, large sleeves, wide strap of broadcloth around collar and belt of same, and ' ornamented with large silver but|o|p 9-gore instep length skirt:*" - ***-*JM*Mftf*i^^ m**w**mm Bleotric I4htd-0bserr*- tton Can to Portland, Ore., via10:48|1:50 Butte,Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma Pacific Express Vargo.Belena, Butte. Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland Fargo and Leech Lake Local St. Cloud, tittle Falls, Brain rd, Walker, Bemldjl, FMgo... Dakota and Manitoba'Express Femrt FaUs, Wabpeton, Moorbead, Fargo, 9Canda Dally By. Sunday), Crookrton, Grand Forks, qrmfton, Winnipeg ORTH-WESTERNJlNEi Ticket Office. 600 Nicollet. Phone. 1240 Main. Ex. Sunday. Others Dally. I LeaTS. | ArrlTe. Chicago, Mllw'kee, Madison. ChicagoAtlantic Express.. ChicagoFast Mail Northwestern Limited Chicago, Mllw'kee, Madison. Dulutn, Superior Ashland.. Wau*au, F. du Lac, Or. Bay Twilight Limited Dulutn, Superior Ashland.. Elmore, Algona, Pes Moines Su. City, Su Falls, Mitchell. Huron, Redfleld, Pierre.... Su. City, Omaha, Kan. Cy. New Ulm, St. James Watertown, Hnroh, Redfleld Des Moines. Mitchell, Su F. Omaha Limited- Su City, Omaha, Kan. City ?'. ,*' ? QRBAT SUCCESS. in ''i i - Lv. Depot, 8d and 'Washington Avs S. Ar. 8:45 am 6:85 pm D. D. Dayton,. Frank H. Carleton. SEVENTH ANB NICOLLET .3Ro Scotch suiting, in black, brown ad navy with flakes1 ofn white cdat , full satin lined, and has velvet coHar, seven-gore skirt, instep length. $15Louis XIV suit of cheviot in navy and black three - quarter length coat with velvet buttons and collar, large, i fancy sleeves and cuffs trimmed with velvet seven-gore plaited skirt. $22.50Prince Albert Suit? pf me^'s-wear materials in . fancy.^even-eighths lengtji epat.rwith wide .sleeves and, turn-back cuffs, taffeta lined, 9-gore instep length, skirt. Colored Wash Fabrics New Vea.tingsAmong the late arrivals are the clean-ups of one makernew and handsome styles, all in the darker color ings, they are 95c values, but ill, Tuesday, go for 49ci wi Umbrellas Women's and Men's Slack silk serge umbrellas, with handles of natural wood, also pearl, sil ver, horn and many other novel ty designs, worth$1.50, at95 Handkerchiefs Women'sOf fine and sheer Irish linen, hemstitched, with hand embroidered initials and fancy wreaths, worth 15, at 10 o. Men's HandkerchiefsAH linen, with i and J-inch hemstitching, full laundered, 20c values, at 12e &. [ ..Pacific Bxpress, dally .Atlantic Limited, daily.... If you tune your expenditures to the song of economy that our Drapery department sings you will save much money in the course of a year. For Tuesday Silkolines in figures, 86 inches wide, 12Jc quality, 10c. Whit*e SwissesA yard wide, 15c quality, at 12o . Japanese Crepe In variety, 27 . jtfch'eS, yidfe, 10c Value, at 6c. Linen Taffeta In figures, for dress boxes and bed sets, a yard wide, 80c quality, at 23d Rope Portieres For double doors, $8.50 to $5 kinds, at $2.75. Tapestry Portieres In a full color assortment, $8 values, at L QlaOD. f Ajax Black Taffeta - . 19-inch \ ^ 26-inch Office, 800 NIo, Phone. Main 860. Union Depot Leave. tDailjr. tEx. Sunday. Arrive + 9:00 am St. Goud.Farg'o, Grand Forks, t 4:66pm TlO^Oam ...Xintah. Aberdeen. Fargo... t 6:40pm TrfitB am i m.oi * 8:35 m "Duluth Short Line" 6:50 _ \.l\ trains ui Paul, *nd Union Stationn am TRAINS TO DULUTH AND SUPERIOR Set tho fashion for the world bs footwear. B9C ayard. $1.00 TJ^QRE AT NORTHERN an Flyer to Psiclflo Ooa st JWilmar. S. Falls, S. City, I I Watertown, Browns Valley 1 ..Princeton, Mllaca. Dulutn.. .. Wayzata and Hutchinson .. 104 pm pm 7:06 am fB:20 no*Oam f ^B:06pm t 6:10pm tOHMB pm t 8:40pm t 8:40pm t 8:80pm *ll:47pm t 0:80rr T 8:06pn Ticket office, 828 Nicollet av. Phone. 122. Daily. aEx.Sunday. xBx.Sat.t Leave. I Arrive. Chicago, La X Milwaukee.. Mlrwkee, La Crosse, Winona Chicago, La X Milwaukee... CHICAGO "PIONBfcB" LTD Chicago. La X.. Milwaukee.. Northneld, Faribault. sK. City Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque. Northneld,.Taribault, Austin. La Crosse, Dubuque, Rock l. Ortonvllle, Milbank, Aberdeen OrtonTllle. xFargo, Aberdeen Pennington, Manfcato, Wells Farmlnlton, Mankato, Wells T:0 ):20 pm am 10 6:00 pm 10:20 pm 0:20 pm 10:00 am 8:00 pm 7:85 am 6:85 pm 7:85 km 5:00 pm 10:00 am 4:00 pm 7:10 am 9:05 am T:10 am 0:05 am 4:JO pm 7:80 pm 7:80 pm 9:85 pm *8:10 pm 8:10 pm 8:10 pm 8:10 pm Minnetonka trains leave Minneapolis: a5:S0 p. m. leave .Minnetonka, s7:46 a. m. 10:85 am 8:45 am 8:45 am MINNEAPOLIS iF"^ffi AT - si ik Nicollet House ST. LOUIS ft. R.I Corner. Phone No. 225. St. Louis Depot. aBx. Sun. Others Daily| Leave. | ArrlTe. Watertown and Storm Lake Bxpress '- Omaha. Des Moines. Kan sas City, Mason Olty and Marahalltown ..... Estbervllle and Madison.. "NOETH STAR LIMITED" Chicago 1s St, Louis osg o faorla Limited ' \ and LtoitadT. )mah a D M Moines 8:80 pm Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sanit Ste, Marie 8:10 am 6:00 pm 0:80 am Depot. 5th and Washington Avs W 6:80 pmt....Dakota Bxpress, dally J' 8:00 a(..Bhlntlandx Local, Six* 8aa.*i9%sm i 7]7":80em *10:10 pm t 6:40pm 112:40pm t 8:66am Pugtet Sennd Mxpreaa . .Montana and Pacific Coast. Breok., Fargo, Q.Forks. Win** Willmar, S.Falls, Yank.,6.City Minnesota and Dakota Express]t ttianaptliitoulatb Short Iiine. ( t 9:10 am pm *S:15 pm t 7:10am t 7:10am 6:65am t 6.46am t 6:00pm tl2U0pm Sleeper for 11:47 train ready at p. m. 2:00:+3: 10:30 MXLWAUKBZ DIVOT. 7:001 Chicago, Milwaukee & si. Paul Bittwai. Sunday. NOTHAll trains use the Union Station, St - - - Jn Minneapolis. TICKET OFFICE ,",60tt,T,toO K TKLKPHONC MAIN 1* y . m^$+*mi*+++m0*+t Dre ss Linings Be careful lest you get lining that will nullify the work and money you put into the new dress. Buy dependable linings, like these Polar SilkA new lining for dresses, drop skirts and lacket lining, as handsome as silk all colors and (absolutely fast) black 20c value, for Tuesday only, at 12&o. "Ami" Silk or It Is Silk-Ask for either one and you will get the best wearing lining made for all uses all colors and fast black sold everywhere at 35c, here Tuesday only, at 22fto. Fast Black PercalineTwenty-fhxe ?ieces of the 15c quality, for uesday at 10c. Italian Cloth is a beautiful mer cerized fabric for petticoats, drop skirts and jacket lining, in the fast black only, 30c value, at 19c. Women's Underwear Swiss Ribbed Vests, nigh neck,. long sleeves, at 50c. Merino Vests in natural gray me rino, with "Fitwell" pants to, match, at 50c each. Women's Stockings Fleece Lined Cotton Stockings, with maco feet, double soles and high spliced heels, regu- . larly 35c, at 25c. Portieres and Curtain Materials Tapestry Portieres in $5 values,, at $3.25. Repp bordered Portieres, $7.50 qualities, at $4.95. Repp Portieres, in a wide range of colorings, worth $12.50 a, pair, at $7.85. Damask Portieres, $18.50 values,, at $11.95. Embroidered Damask Portieres, $25 a pair values, at $14.95. vfr m M "If X ^S, *%d JCT-Third Floor. The best in the world at the price. Sold only here. 86-inch $1.35 54-inch 69c "9s .91.3d I $2.25j The Maple Leal F^oute,' City Ticket Office, 5th and Nicollet, Minneapolis, Depot, Washington and 10th av 8. Tel. M. 262 Ex. Sunday. Others Daily. Hayneld, Mclntlre, Oelwein, Dubuque, Froeport, Chi cago and East Cedar Falls, Waterloo. Mar sballtown, Des Moines, St. Joseph, Kansas City.. Red Wing, Rochester,Osage, Northneld, Mankato Hayfleld, Austin, Lyle, Ma son City , Leave | Arrive. Min'poUs. IMln'polls. 7:40 am 8:00 pm 10:46 pm 10:00 am 8:00 pm 10:45 pm 7:55 am 4:55 pm 7:40 am 4:35 pm Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge .. | *7:40 ami *8:00 om Rock /stand System 10:80 pm 8:00 am 1:25 pm 8:00 pm 8:00 am 1:25 pm 7:80 pm 10:65 am 11:20 am 8:00 pm OFFICE, 382 NIOOLLET AV. Phones, N. W., 2147 T. C, 628. Trains leave and arrive Milwaukee Depot Dally. [Leave for|Arr. from Albert Lea, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Rock Island Moline, Chicago, Bur lington, Quincy and S t Louis (June--14. 1003.) Leave 7:26 a.m and 7:05 p.m dally. Arrive 8:50 a.m. and 6:10 p.m. daily. - 50am :20pm 00pm :00pm 25pm :20am :60pm ilftpm 60am :80am 00pm 50am 40pm :30pm :20pm STORAG :36am :01pm :20pm :26am :16am :80pm :80pm :16am :46am :10pm Uttspaalte'Mfeut I - 8:10 am 6:80 pm1 TRAINS FOR 4:55 pm 8:40 am. WISCONSIN CENTRA L RY. ' MILWAUKEE and CHICAGO CU6MS] atk aaobaagea. CHICHESTER'S PILLS w OW^lmoBUaT'^UM.ak ClUCHESTJtK'S X CD andflHldsMtollte boxes,,letOeA witt - JJB" hr M years ^ a -,Mkrir.Ml.HTISDnSSI&C^ BLE D and flHld SMtollt e boxes sealed with Woe ribbon. Take - the* Beftue fueaatatlcssaadlaUtatlou. AskTOW 2SST4l^i^tsmiMaUsadSelAbrattsBoLUTetl**oia,*S?ladles a 8:57 am a 5:15 pa ** fbv ~ ' Caf^hsaierOli OfSgatsts, a 0:85 am 5:80 pm a 6:40 pm 0:15 am ^r.^i?nT*!^fe"" HENRY BROS, 4!tmm m STEAM DYE HOUSE. 8:15 am 7:45 pm 6:85 pml 78 SB) f.'Jw mmmt^fr smW^ WafwQl0'