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Cj"T - - '- "'' If'- -" WEDNESDAY EVENING, *** - - ""r^r.,^
HE BLAZEDTHEWAY
Van Dusen of Iowa the Original
Creamery Butter Maker of
the World.
He and Stewart Started the Industry
and Will Be Honored at
, St. Louis.
Bpeoial to The Journal.
Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 28.M. Van Dusen
f Manchester, Iowa, enjoys the distinction of
being the first creamery butter-maker in the
world. Tho he Is now 81 years of age. he is
hale and hearty. It is proposed by the Iowa
commission for the St. Louis world's fair to
reproduce the first creamery building in tHe
world, which happened to be at Spring Branch,
In this state, with a statute in frozen butter
t the owner, John Stewart, and a life-size pic
ture of Mr. Van Dusen.
In the spring of 1872 John Stewart sent Mr.
Van Dugen to Murengo, III., where a farmer
M. VAN DUSEN.
Manchester, Iowa, First Creamery Butter
maker In the World.
named Boise was milking seventy-five cows
and bad a model dairy, front which he produced
butter which sold for 45 cents a pound.
The flattering report of Mr.' Van Dusen caused
Mr. Stewart to construct the first creamery
in the world. It was 16 by 23 feet in size
and a rough structure indeed. Here Mr. Stew
art persuaded the farmers to bring their milk
twice a day until ha received 5,000 pounds daily.
The first butter made here was shipped to
Chicago and St. Louis.
The idea spread rapidly, until now there are
In Iowa 920 creameries, to which 650,000 cows
end their milk. Dairy Commissioner H. L.
Wright has said that while corn may be king
of Iowa, the cow is queen, and the golden dol
lars In the state's treasury is the product of
this royal pair.
While New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio may
make more butter on the farm, Iowa makes the
most creamery. The average product of Iowa
creameries is 104,000,000 pounds a year. Many
farmers are separating their own cream hy hand
separators, thus saving the work of hauling such
weight to the creamery. Centralisation Is be
coming prevalent, and many skimming stations
are being established for large creameries.
TO REFUND GOVT. BONDS
Secretary Shaw Announces He "Will
Befund $20,000,000 Worth
of 2 Per Cents.
Washington. Sept 28.Secretary SUaw
authorises the statement that, owing to
the scarcity ml 2 per cent bonds both for
circulation and as security for govern-!
ment deposits, he -will renew refunding
operations to the extent of $20,000,000 In
Accordance with the previous circular.
Of the total issue of $517,000,000 of 2
Jorrcirculationsandefor
e oent bond th treasurer already holds
deposits $480,000,000.
Secretary Shaw also authorizes the state
ment that he will redeem the 6 per cent
bonds maturing Feb. 1, 1904, paying in
terest to maturity. Formal instructions to
the several sub-treasuries authorizing
them to redeem on presentation will be
Issued to-day.
The banks that have-had on file with the
treasurer for thirty days or more 5 per
cent bonds as security for public deposits
will be permitted to substitute approved
state and municipal bonds therefor, which
will be accepted at 75 per cent of their
value.
8HAW DEPOSITS MONEY
He Places 81,200,000 With Certain Na
tional Banks.
Washington, Sept. '23.The secretary of
the treasury deposited $1,200,000 of gov
ernment money in national bank deposi
tories. These deposits were made under
the allotment of about $4,000,000 an
nounced several days ago, when Secretary
Shaw designated fifty additional depos
itories, mostly In the middle west and the
southwest. The total deposits made In
the banks since Sept. 1 is about $5,629,500.
The withdrawals of bonds from the
treasury since Sept. 1 by national banks
applying for the retirement of circulation
notes amount to $2,800,000. The law al
lows only $3,000,000 to be retired in any
one month, but the applications the first
week of September are for far more than
that amount. The balance of $200,000
will certainly be withdrawn before the
end of the month. The net gain in circu
lationthat is, the difference between the
federal deposits in banks and the note
retirementsis now about $2,200,000.
TOLD IN A LINE
MlchlRan City, Ind.Wolves are BO plenty in
tLia county as to be seriously troublesome.
Rock Island, m.Morris Gnylord, 22,' a stu
dent at the University of Wisconsin, was killed
by the fall of a derrick.
ClevelandAn unknown man leaped overboard
frora the steamer City of the Straits opposite
Point au Pelee, and was drowned.
PhiladelphiaRev. Henry Perclval, a promi
nent Protestant Episcopal divine, died last night
at his country borne in Devon. He was 49 years
old.
New YorkHamilton Fish, assistant United
States treasurer, wbo has just returned from a
western trip, says the west is enjoying great
prosperity.
East Sullivan, N. H.Ashbell Dunton inter
fered between Malachl Barnes and his wife, who
was being mistreated by her husband. Dunton
Is now dead.
Edgartown, Mass.ravorable news has been
received from the Zelgler Arctic expedition. The
explorers are In longitude 45-30 east, latitude
76-32, and all are well.
BostonFifty-six firemen were overcome by
smoke at a fire in the wholesale drug store of
C. p. Badger & Co. All will recover. The fire
loss was about $55,000.
Peoria, 111.With tho low price of whisky all
nouses are experiencing an enormous demand and
the whisky trust haa ordeied an increase in the
capacity of several plants.
New YorkMoney for the testimonial to Sir
Thomas Llpton is coming in rapidly and the
committee expects to receive about $10,000. De
signs have been submitted, but none chosen.
Grand Rapids, Mich.In compliance with bis
ante-mortem directions. Professor Max Wright,
late of Leland Stanford university, was buried
to-day in a plain pine box without undertaker or
religious service.
Jefferson City, Mo,William Hedrlck, who
escaped from the penitentiary seventeen years
ago, was recently recaptured and has now been
pardoned by Governor Dockery, in view of his
Seventeen years' exemplary life.
Lebanon, Pa.Vice President Buckinham of
the Lackawanna Iron and Steel company corrob
erratm the statement that the furnaces here
and at Cornwall, Pa., will be blown out in a few
days, throwing out 2,000 employes.
New YorkA closely contested chess match
was played by wireless telegraph by teams on
board the steampr Krunlaud, from Antwerp, and
the Minneapolis, from London. Many of the
plays -were transmitted thru a dense fog.
ChicagoIn a hearing on a petition by John
M. Stiles, painting contractor, for an injunc
tion against building trades unions, evidence
was produced to show numerous cases of brib-
\ iSJ (pd Tiolenc* on tha natt 01 union officials.
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Free Lessons in Art Needlework
Come t School We have an expert to
teach you. Mrs. C. P. Wood who under
stands fancy work from A to Z lessons from 9:80 to
12 mornings and from 2 to 4:30 afternoons,in the larg
est and brightest art needlework dept. in the
.
WMWim ******** AI:. in. 1
r Ribbons
Imported Ribbons, in fancy ef
fects, plaids, checks, Dresdens
and Persians, worth up to $1 a
yard, at 35o.
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A Sale of Silk Petticoats
Among our Petticoat stocks are many kinds in black silk in very large
sizes. The Petticoats we tell you
of for Thursday's selling are kinds
whose room we want quickly for
one reason or anotherbut none
that affect the desirability of the
skirts.
Taffeta Silk Petticoats made with
deep flounce and two small ruf
fles full silk under-drop they
come in new shades of royal blue,
in navy blue, dark rea, green
and. black $12 values, at $9.
7-6x10-6 wool Smyrnas, $17.78.
9xl2-ft. wool Smyrnas, $19.76.
18x36-in. Axminster Mats, 9 5 c.
27-in. Axminster rugs, $2.75.
36-in. Axminster rugs, $4.50.
8-3x10-6 Wilton Velvets, $18.50
9xl2-ft. Wilton Velvets, $21.
8-3xl0-6-ft. misfit tapestry Brus-
^ sels, to close, at $11.98.
Women's Umbrellas of pure silk, \
in blue, red, green, brown and
black, with handsome fancy
borders, selected natural
handles, $3.50 Umbrellas, at
$2.76.
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GIRL SLAIN AT BESSEMER
Rejected Lover Shot Her Bead and
Turned His Pistol Against
Himself.
Special to The Journal.
Bessemer, Mich., Sept. 23.Annie Wo
zenak,, aged 24, was shot twice and in
stantly killed by Ed Mileski in front of
her mother's home, the old Gage house
across the street from the North-Western
station. She was visiting' a sister at
Ironwood and came home on the 9 o'clock
train last night. Mileski was with her,
and they quarreled on the train. She
asked Police Officer Adamseke to take
care of Mileski, as she was afraid of him,
but the official paid no attention.
Mileski fired two shots in quick succes
sion and the girl fell on her mother's
doorstep. Dr. "Whiteside carried her into
the house and pronounced her dead. One
bullet entered above the heart and the
other the abdomen.
Mileski turned the revolver upon him
self, inflicting a wound in his stomach.
His recovery is doubtful. . The two had
been lovers, but Miss Wozenak broke off
the engagement and refused to renew it.
She was organist in the Episcopal church.
Mileski is employed by the Ironwood
Stove company and is also proprietor of
a saloon.
LABOR NOTES.
An agreement to disagree
known as "forcing an issue."
More force is lost in the walks of life
than in labor at the looms. _-..-,
Ten per cent of saved energy is better
than ten per cent more salary.
"Striking" on hard
bad proposition.
leather heels is a
"A good knockoff" is the leather lifts
that make walking work.
"A bad puton" is the worthless substi
tute for O'Sullivan Rubber Heels that
neither lessen work nor add energy.
O'Sullivan Rubber Heels are holiday
makers for all manner of men and wo
men workers. '*
Boycott the dealer who says a rat heel
is just as good, and send to the O'Sulll
Ivan Rubber Co., Lowetf, Mas*. ,
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOtJRN \TJ.
Gran d Fall Opening September 30, October 1,2 and 3.
cityl.tJ 49" Second Floor, new par
Ne Ar e
Ceo. D. Deyton, J. B. Mosherv Formerly Ooodf How's
*Hinmm\i*w+*wm*+*+\
Twenty-five Petticoats of various
kinds of fancy silk, plaids, solid
colors and checks, at Half Price.
Taffeta Silk Petticoats in evening
shades, made full flare and
trimmed with deep flounce$25
petticoats, at $12.60.
Heavy Silk Petticoats in Scotch
plaids, with full flounce and small
ruffles, under-drop and dust ruf
fle $15 petticoats at $7.50.
Silk Petticoats of heavy taffeta,
made with flare flounce, full silk
under-drop with small ruffles on
flounce $10 petticoats at $5*
Complete Stocks of Ameri
can and Oriental rugs
fairly priced make choos
ing a pleasure here and
the known reliability of
the things we have makes
it safe.
We have all sizes of all-wool art squares. Royal
Wilton rugs, French Wilton rugs and the best
there is in Axminster rugsbut come and take
a first look at some of the new Orientals.
27-in. wool Smyrnas, $1.48.
30-in. wool Smyrnas, 91.87.
36-in. wool Smyrnas, $2.85.
4x7-ft. wool Smyrnas, $5.25. (
Umbrellas
Women's and Men's All linen,
with \, J and J inch plain hem
stitching and women's hand
kerchiefs with hand-embroider
ed initials and wreaths, worth
up to 18c, at lOo.
The Finest Cleaner Made
A Scouring Soap
A Metal Polish
A Glass Cleaner
BI G REDUCTION
Is now
MtJSjJk" -. H. '
SILK LEADERS OF THE NORTHWEST.
Alive Means Not. Only Alert* in the having the right things at the right time, comprehensive as to as-
sortment and substantial as to quality but it means also the recognition of your want in having the
things you buy of dependable quality, so you may get satisfactory service from themmore ser-
vice than you would get from unworthy goods. This is the basis of true economythis buying of
reliable goodsand in this Dayton's is your safeguard.
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It* May Please You to know that a feature in
the growth and enlarging of this business is
the acquiring of the longest store-room front-
' ing on Nicollet avenue215 feet longour
Second Floor, a place worth visiting, and
where you should come to hear the concert, of
which the following is the program:
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Handkerchiefs
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Hasn't scratched yet III
(11 j'r't. on the m'k't.)
TO
One way rate in effect daily $32.90. Cheap* round
trip tickets on sale in October, in addition to regular
all year tourist tickets with nine months limit. Send
us your address or call and secure our booklet and
folders all about California. Standard and Tourist
car service, etc.
IGO Varlabl Rout
TICKET OFFICE, 414 Nicollet Await*.
k 'PhonesMain, 843 T. C , 502 or : :-
\ Union Depot.. ', . _"
. , F. n. RUQQ, Northwestern Passenger Agent,.
u . -' Germania Life Building, Sti^PauI.
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Defective Page
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Daylight Store
Concert*
Cecilian Program, by Raudenbush 8 Go.
1Polish Dance ........ Scharwenka
2 Rhapsodle. No. 2....,, .Liszt
'SWaltz, op. 17, No. 23..Moszkowski
4Second Mazurka Oodard
5Dream of Love. v Liszt
\t^*m^u**mfi+0m$**m*\i***^W**to
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Much News of New Shirk Waists^
The Spic-and-Spanishness of the dainty summer shirt waist will be
inherited by the waist for the fall and winter. White and the
# light, delicate shades that were the season's delight will prevail in
heavier materials. Our stocks of these hardy beauties are ready
this bouquet for Thursday:
.Second Floor-
New Part. Thursdiy-- to 5
Shirt, Waists in cream, with dashes of
blue and blackvery prettybut
toned down the sides, two rows of
pearl buttons, six tucks in front, tab
collar, pouch sleeves, at $2.75.
White Vesting Waists of very good
quality, three large pearl buttons,
plain back, full sleeves, fancy stock
collar of self material$2.25.
Beautiful Waist* of vesting, in a new
wavy pattern, in white, green-and
white, blue-and-white, black-and
white opens at the side and is fast
ened with self straps and pearl but
tons has tab collar and full sleeves
a charming style$3.50.
White Waist* of heavy - damask, in
new patterns two tucks in back,
box pleat and six tucks in front
" stock and pleat trimmed with clus
ters of small pearl buttons pouch
sleeves$4.75.
Walking Suits$14,95
Suits of brown, black and gray mixture, half length, tight-fitting
jacket, lined thruout, coat sleeves, velvet collar skirt 9-gore, flare
fashioned, round length$ 14.95. .--..-*
Walking Suits $16.50
Suits of blue mixture and black, three-quarter length coat with belt
of self material running thru loops of velvet, inlaid velvet collar,
full sleeves, lined thruout skirt, 9-gore, instep length, pleated
$16.50.
Girls' Union Suits.
Combed Egyptian yarn Union Suits, lightly fleeced, drop seat, all sizes
values to 75c, at SOc.
Electric Ugh tedObserva
tion Oars to Portland, Ore., via
Butte, Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma
Pacific Express .
Fargo,Helena, Butte. Spokane,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland
Fargo and Leech Lake Local
St. Cloud, Little Falls, Brain
era. Walker, Bemldjl, Fargo...
Dakota and Manitoba Express
Fergus Falls, Wahpeton,
Hoorhead, Fargo, (Mandan
Dally Ex. Sunday), Crookston,
Grand Forks, Grafton, Winnipeg
SEPTEKBER. 98, 1808.
D. D. Dayton, Frank H. Carleton.
SEVENTH ANB NICOLLET
to
' Intermission.
6Revell du Lion DeKnotskl
7Gondoliera Moszkowskl
8LaCampanella PaganinL
9Alice, Romance............Ascher
10Murillo Terscbak
White Vesting Waists, stole front and
collar, plain back, full sleeves, at
$1.78.
10145
pm
"Duluth Short Line"
Eagle Grove, Fort Dodge ..] *?:40 ami *8:00 pm
MINNEAPOLIS ft
ST. LOUIS R. U.
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am
f5:20
t 9:10
am
KOTK.All trains ose the Union Station, St.
Paul, and Union Station In Minneapolis.
TIPbfFT nCCIPF 10 NICOLLET BLOCK.
11 ImCI UrriUL TELEPHONE MAIN is*
CHICAGOGREATWFSTERNRY.
pm
8:38
pm
6:60
am
TRAINS TO
DULUTH AND SUPERIOR
"Daily. tEx. Sunday.
"The Maple Leaf Route."
City Ticket Office, 5th and Nicollet, Minneapolis.
Depot, Washington and 10th av 8. TeL M. 263
*Bx. Sunday. Others Dally.
When Yon Order by Mail
Her* You Receive Prompt Attention.Your orders
are intelligently filled, you get the advantage of all
special prices in short, you shop with as much sat
isfaction as tho you were on the ground yourself.
*MM*****to
Muslin Underwear
Hurrying out. some of the lines, for we are looking ahead, 'way ahead,
to a time when the stocks must be very low so these reduced prices
DrawersCambric body, yoke band,
wide ruffle trimmed with lace insert
ing and edgetwo styles, both 50c
qualities, 39o.
DrawersCambric body, finished withf
lour tucks, linen lawn ruffle, six|
rows tucking and trimmed with em
broidery edge 75c value, at 59o.
Chemise of cambric, neck and armholes
trimmed with embroidery edge, front
with tucked ruffle, inserting and
edge $1 values, at 76c.
Chemise of cambric, neck and arm
holes trimmed with torchon lace
strung with ribbon skirt part finish
ed with wide ruffle, $1.00 value, 75o.
Chemise of fine India linon, neck and
armholes trimmed with Valenciennes
lace beading and ribbon $1.35 chem
ise, at 98c.
Corset, Cover and Skirt* com
bined cover part with group
tucking front and back neck
and armholes trimmed with
hemstitched ruffle, beading and
ribbon the $1.50 value, at
^ $1.29.
Bright* Basement*
Robe Blankets in fancy blue, gray
and pink stripes, 10-4 size, at 86o
a pair.
Robe Blankets in figures and stripes,
light and dark gray, light and dark
blue, red $1.25 each.
PillowsFeather filled, covered with
good fancy tick, 19x26 inches, 6
pounds to the pair, at 98o.
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Silks and Velvets
All NewJustinkinds that are
overflowing with fashionnew
shades, new patternsand
many a new price:
Taffeta and Louisine Silks in the
small, rich patterns that dis
tinguish the tasteful dresser
correct shades of navy, gobe
lin, brown, reseda ana jasper,
at $1.25 $1.00 89o 75c
and 69c.
New Bengaunes Very stylish,
in all the stylish and staple col
ors and shades, at $1.50, $1:25
and 98c.
New Satin de Chine in navy, gob
elin,brown,tan, gray,reseda,car
dinal, garnet, light blue, tur
quoise pink, lilac, white, cream,
ivory and black a regular
$1.25 quality, at $1.00.
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XH.WATCBXE OXFOX.
Chicago, Milwaukee &
si. Pail Raiiwai.
Mlnnetonka trains leave Minneapolis:nz6:30 p.
m. leave Mlnnetonka, s7:45 a. m.
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THREAT
Office. 800 NIQ, Phon, Main 860. Union Depot
! Leave. tPaily. tEx. Sunday. Arrive
t 9:00am
tlOaOam
10:30 pm
8:00 am
1:25 pm
Wah. and Hen. Avs
Nicollet Houso
Corner.
Phone No. 225. St. Loots Depot.
aBx. Sun, Others Daily| Leave. | Arrive.
Watertown and Storm Lake[
Express a
Omaha, Dea Moines,'Kan-
sas City, Mason City and
Marshalltown ,\.
Esthervllle and Madison
NORTH STAR LIMITED"
-^Jbioago c St. Louis
Peoria Limited
Omaha and Dee Moines
Limited
vi
01pm
:20pm :25am
:10am :30pm
30pm
:15am :46am :10pm
S t Cloud,Fargo, Grand Forks.
Tintah. Aberdeen. Fargo...
tll.Ol
am
UOKWam
t 8:06pm
t 6:10pm
Flyer t e Pavoifl* efosst
j Wilmar. S. Falls, S. City. I
I Watertown, BrownsValley i
.. Princeton. Milaca, Duluth..
.. Wayzata and Hutchinson ..
*6:OS
pm
% 8:40pm
% 8:40pm
X 8:30pm
til :47pm
t 9:80am
t 8:05pm
Paget M*na .Kxprena
..Montanaand Pacific Coast..
Breck., Fargo. G.Forks. Win'g
Willmar, S.Falls, Yank.,S.City
Minnesota and DakotaExpress
I Leave | Arrive.
|Mln'polls.|Mltt'polls.
Hayfield, Mclntlre, Oelweln.l 7:40 am
Dubuque, Freeport, Chi-j 8:00 pm
cago and Bast |*10:45 pm
Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Mar
halltown, Des Moines,
St. Joseph, Kansas City..
Bed Wing, Bochester.Osage,
Northneld, Mankato
Hayfleld. Austin,: Lyle, Ma
son City
j.MinoMptli*toBfllflthj
10:00 am
8:00 pm
10:45 pm
7:55 am
4:55 pm
T:40am
4:85 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 am
1:25 pm
T:80 pm
10:55 am
11:20 am
8:00 pm
) Short Iiine. j
Sleeper for 11:47 train ready at - p. m.
NORTH-WESTERN IINE
Ticket Office. 600 Nicollet. Phone. 240 Main.
Rx. Sunday. Others Dally. | Leave. \ Arrive.
Chicago, Milvr'kee, Madison.
ChicagoAtlantic Express..
ChicagoFast Mail .......
northwestern Limited
Chicago, Milw'kee, Madison.
Duluth, Superior Ashland..
Waunau, F. du Lac. Or. Bay
Twilight Limited
Duluth, Superior Ashland
Elmore, Algona, Das Moines
Su. City, Su Falls, Mitchell.
Huron, Redfield, Pierre
Su. City, Omaha, Kan. Cy.1
New Dim, St. James
Watertown, Huron, Redfield
Des Moines. Mitchell, Su F.
Ornate Limned
8:57 am a 5J.5 pea
a 8:85 am
5:80 pm
6:40 pa
9:16 am
7:45pm 8:15
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49"Second FloorNew Part. .
Children's UnderwearP ants,
drawers and vests, jersey fit
ting, fleeced, insilver gray
Sizes 22, 24, 26, at 19o.
Sizes 28, 30. 32 and 34, at 25o.
Women's VestsLightly fleeced,
jersey ribbed, trimmed neck
and front, all sizes, at 19o.
Domet* Flannel in cream, soft
and heavy, 28 inches wide, 10c
quality, at 7&c.
Lv. Depot, 8d and Washington A v B. Ar.
9:40 ami
6:86 pm|
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all slO
a e
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10
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Chiffon
All Silk Chiffon, 48 inches wide,
in black, white, cream, pink,
blue and the other good shades,
85c quality, at 6i.
Petticoat*Cambric body, wide linen
lawn ruffle tucked and hemstitched,
dust ruffle, at $1.28.
Petftacoat* of cambric, tucked ruffle
trimmed with wide, open-work
embroidery dust ruffle, at $1.50.
..Pacific Exp:
.Atlantic Limit
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Women's Union Suites
40 Dozen More VestsThose of
fine white cotton, high neck,
long sleeves, the 39c quality,
that we are selling at 25c.
Union Suits of Egyptian and Peel
er cotton, half open, high neck,
long sleeves, all seams finished
65c value, at 50c.
Women's Stockings.
BlackLisle Thread Stockings, with
white soles or white heels and
toes plain black Lisle Thread
Stockings in a broken line of
sizes50c and 75c stockings,
at 25o.
Women's Balbriggan Stockings
in regular and "out" sizes lace
Lisle Stockings in fancy colors
and odds and ends of girls'
stockings in black and tan, none
were less than 35c, and some
. high as 65c all at 17c.
Rack Island System
(Jane 14. 180ft.)
Ticket office, 328 fficollet av. Phone 132.
Daily. jsBx.Sunday. iEx.Sat.1 Leave. I Arrive.
Leave 1 Arriv
10:46 * 1:50
i m pm
Chicago, La X., Milwaukee..
Uil'wkee, La Crosse, Winona
Chicago, La X., Milwaukee...
CHICAGO "l'lONEEE" LTD
Chicago. La X., Milwaukee..
NorthBeld, Faribault. *K. City
Chicago, Faribault, Dubuque.
Northneld, Faribault, Austin.
La Crosse, Dubuque, Bock Is.
Ortonville, Mllbank, Aberdeen
Ortonville. zFargo, Aberdeen
Fariulngton, Mankato, Wells
Farmlngton, Mankato, Wells
OFFICE, 888 NICOLLET AV. . ,
Phones, N. W., 2147f T. C. 628.
Trains leave and arrive Milwaukee Depot Daily*'
(Warn
20pm 00pm
00pm 25pm
:20am
60pm
tlBpm
50am
30am
00pm 60am
40pm
10: * 8
- 7::35am
|Leave tor|Arr. rroa\
Bapids,
Island
Albert Lea. Cedar
Davenport, Bock
Mollne, Chicago, Bur
lington, Qulncy and St.
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WISCONSIN CENTMl IV.
TR1S2 MILWAUKEE and CHICAM:
Leave 7:25 a.m. and 7:05 p.m dally.
Arrive 8:50 a.m. and 5:10 p.m. dally.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
AMERICAN LINE.
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NEW YORKSOUTHAMPTONLONDON.
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NEW YORKLONDON DIRECT.
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BOSTONQUHENSTOWNLIVERPOOL.
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