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AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY
A Thinks at Ijeast One Traveling Man
i would as soon think of starting
W without my mileage books and
ffjfip as to start-out on a trip without
a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets in
Ey valise, said a traveling man who
represents a St. Louis hardware house.
Why? Because I have to put.up. at
all kinds of hotels and boarding
houses. I have to eatvgood, bad and
Indifferent food at all hours of the day
arid night and,'J don't believe any
man's stomach will stand that sort of
tKlng without protest anyway I know
mine won't. It has to have something
toi break the fall and Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablets is the crutch I fall back on.
My friends often "josh" me about it,
tell me I'm an easy mark for patent
medicine fakirs, that advertised medi
cines are humbugs, etc., but I notice
thjat.they are nearly-always complain
ing of their aches and pains and poor
digestion, while I can stand most any
old kind of fare and feel-good and
ready, for my work when it needs me,
and I believe I owe my good digestion
a&d sound health to the daily, regular
use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, year
in and year out, and all the ''joshing"
ire the world will never convince me
to the ooritrary.
I used to have heartburn about three
times a day and a headache
three or four times a week and after
standing for this four or five years
I began to look around for a crutch
and found it when my doctor told me
the best investment I could make
would be a fifty-cent box of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, and I have invested
about fifty cents a month for them
ever since and when I stop to think
that that is what I spend every day
for cigars, I feel like shaking hands
witft myself for I can keep-my stom
ach and digestion in first-class ordar
fpr fifty cents a month. I. don't care
for any better life insurance.
My druggist tells me they are the
most popular of all stomach medi
cines and that they have maintained
their popularity..,and. sucoess because
they k-as-advertised They bring re
sults and results are, what count in
patent* medicine as much as in selling
*Hie ladles of Minneapolis and
vicinity are duly notified" that
Mme. Yale's coming "Beauty
tieoture" takes place at the Met
ropolitan Theater on Monday
I next, March 21st, at 2:30 in the
The tickets now remaining on
hand may be obtained uncondi
tionally free, without purchase,
by calling for them at the Drug
The Glass Block.
HIS GREAT HEAD.
Farmer HonkX s'pose your nephew has been
great help to yon since graduated from the
Farmer BentorerWell, nonot so's you could
notice it. You see, he's been so busy figgeriu'
oh a plan for IntereBtln' capital in a scheme to
build a railroad from Hudson Bay to Paraguay
and make the.everlastin' fortunes of everybody
connected with it, by shlppin' broken icebergs to
Paraguay, where they don't have ice, and car
ryin' back pampas plumes to Hudson Bayit's
kept him so steadily engaged in fact that he
hain't :had time to do anything else but eat.
You probably take 10,000 steps a dayif
you walk mn'cn you take a great many more,
but call It 10,000. That makes 10,000 reasons
for not wearing the hard-nail-and-leather
beels that Jar you all over, and for wearing
Instead tfce springy, easy, pure-rubber O'Sul
llvan heels that put buoyancy and life Into
every step." Bu1r.be sure you get O'SulUvan's
the heels made of new rubber, with all the
Ufa In It.
Other heels a made of old reclaimed'
robber that-has b4eh In and out ot the ash
barrel ,a dozen times. p'Sullivan's only cost
you- 60 cents put on at any- shoe store. Old
s*rt you ijust the
same. If your dealer can't supply you, send
85 cents for sample to (VSulllvan Rubber Go.,
Lowell, Mass. 'ri -t/
i inn ^ftf^^Sffr*"*
ST. LOUIS TRAINS NOW RUN BE-
YOND EXCEIJSIOR STATION.
They Are Dubbed "The Beach Spe
cials" Because of the Influence of
O. ID. Beach in Securing the Service
Pavilion at Bay to Pushed.
The lake residents living between
Excelsior and Tonka Bay have at last
received a concession from the Minne
apolis & St. Louis railroad, and they
no longer have to trudge thru snow
and slush from their, homes to Excel
sior in order to get into Minneapolis
in the morning and to their homes in
the evening. The train .leaving Min
neapolis at 6:16 p. m. goes thru to
Tonka Bay, and the one leaving Ex
celsior at 7:20 a. m. backs up to Tonka
Bay, leaving there at 7:10 a. m. The
new service began to-day.
The residents of Wildhurst, Tonka
Bay, Manitou and stations beyond
Excelsior have made a determined
fight thruout the winter to have train
service. Finally the question was
taken before the state railroad com
mission and an extended hearing
given with the result that the com
mission ordered the railroad to grant
the service desired.
The railroad said that it was dan
gerous to back up to Tonka Bay, that
the patronage would not warrant the
extra servioe, and that the orders of
the commission would not be obeyed
until a compliance was ordered by
the courts. None of the interested
residents felt like standing the ex
pense of carrying the matter into the.
courts and they continued to foot it
to and from Excelsior, a distance of
four or five miles, twice a day.
Suddenly the railroad announced
the new service, and to-day it was put
into operation. It was discovered
that 0 E. Beach of the Milwaukee
road, and the proprietor of the new
pavilion that is to be erected at Tonka
Bay this spring, had taken up his res
idence at the bay and had expressed
his wish to the St. Louis for the much
desired service. The road, having this
request from a man connected with a
similar corporation and one looked to
for considerable patronage this sum
mer, ordered the service. The de
lighted residents along-the line have
expressed their appreciation of Mr.
Beach's.influence and have universal
ly named the morning and evening
lake trains "The Beach Specials."
Ground will be broken within a
week for the new pavilion. The neces
sary surveying is being done and the
piles upon which the new structure
will be erected will be sunk within
the next ten days. It is Mr. Beach's
intention to hasten the construction
as rapidly as possible so that.the pa
vilion may be ready for the season's
business. His plans have been am
plified and he announces that the
building will be the leader of such
structures in the west and ho"rthwest.
DR. SJOBLOM SURPRISED
Aged Clergyman's Birthday Is Remem
bered by Friends.
Dr. Peter Sjoblom, one of .the oldest
clergymen in the Augustana Swedish
Lutheran synod, was. 70 years old yester
day, and the day was made a memorable
one by his friends and co-laborers in the
twin cities. About fifty of them appeared
at the home of his son-in-law and daugh
ter, Dr. and Mrs. Brainerd Dearborn, 2221
Portland avenue, and greeted him with
kind words, flowers and other gifts.
Among the speakers were Dr. C. J.
Petri, Dr. J. Teleen, who was engaged in
church work with Dr. Sjoblom in 1868 in
Indiana Dr. W. G. H. Trabert, who es
tablished the first English Lutheran con
gregation in the northwest Rev. L. A.
Hocanzon, another pioneer clergyman Dr.
L. A. Johnston of St. Paul, and Rev.
Messrs, O. A. Nejson, P. A. Mattson and
C. A. ftultkrans.
The dining-room of the Dearborn .home
was prettily decorated with the national
colors and smilax. The candles on the ta
ble were arranged In two groups so as to
form the figure "70."
NILSON IS RECOGNIZED
Made Northwestern Agent fop Scandi
navian Steamer Lines.
Nils Nilson, the well-known steamship
and ticket agent of this city, has been ap
pointed general Northwestern agent" for
the S.candia line, which has been recently
established for direct steamship service
between America and the Scandinavian
countries. He has also been appointed
general northwestern agent for the
Scandinavian service of the Hamburg
American line, which embraces steerage
business from Scandinavian and Finnish
Emigrants are brought to this company
at a cost so small as to cause surprise.
The Hamburg-American line quotes pre
paid rates from Scandinavian ports to New
York at $16 and the Scandia line at $18,
and these prices, Incredible as it may
seem, include free board, lodging and
transfer of baggage at Hamburg, and
meals on the North sea and Baltic steam
EVENING SHOWS AGAIN
State Fair Management Favors Them
Smaller Manufacturers' Building.
A meeting, of the board of managers of
the state fair yesterday decided in favor
of a "continuance this year of the evening
pyrotechnical and other displays, and of a
reduction in the size of the manufacturer**
building in order to come within the $80,-
000 legislative appropriation.
Chester R. Smith of St. Paul will again
be superintendent of amusements, and will
begin negotiations at once. The archi
tect will reduce the floor dimensions of
the manufacturers' building, which were
planned to be 120 by 200 feet.
Illumination, hew street railway ter
minals and other matters were also dis
Those present were President C. N. Cos
grove, First Vice President O. R. Smith,
Second Vice President B. F. Nelson, J. M.
Underwood and Colonel W. M. Liggett of
the board of managers, and Secretary B.
INDIANS OUT LOOS
Extensive Operations This Winter on the
White Earth Reservation.
During the winter the Indians on the
White Earth Indian reservation have cut
nearly six and a half million feet of tim
ber, five million feet of which was dead
and down. It was these logging operations
which saved the life of many of the In
dians, according to Indian Agent Simon
Michelet, who was in the city yesterday
attending the state republican convention
and conferring with Joseph R. Farr, gen
eral superintendent of logging operations
for the Interior department.
Mr. Michelet says that the able bodied
Indians were supported by the proceeds of
the timber sale, while the old members of
the tribe were cared for^ In the home for
aged ones on the reservation. The winter
was the worst in recent history. 01
The approach of the Soo line is re
garded with Interest by shippers who now
have along haul out of the reservation.
Mr. Mlcheiet will take fifteen representa
tive Chippewas to the St. Louis exposition
as'ft part-of ne Indian exhibit*
Spring Suits, ^$15 to $3o.
These are cut extra long, broad-should
ered, with or without belt. Plain black,
unfinished fabrics fancy cheviots an^d^the
jLMJfeSISWaS On, Main Floor
Special to The Journal.
Excelsior, Minn., March IS.-Lake
Mlnnetonka will probably.have a fleet
of steamboats this year.that will rival
Commodore Johnson's fleet in num
ber and appointments.. Frank- Hey-
wood and William "Watson are plan-,
ning to buy the Victor of Wayzata,
which is one of the finest boats afloat,,
buy and remodel the George of Ex
celsior,-and "build or buy-one or-two
other good bp^tts. To Ithese .will, be
added the ,Fannie'Ii. which is owned,
by Mr. Watson.
If this deal culminates the fleet will
be run more or less closely lh connec
tion with the Excelsior casino, of
which Mr.: Seywdpd Is proprietor.
The boats will make regular trips be
tween all accessible-points on the low
er and upper lftfces.
ILLINOIS GREW TEE BEST
WINS ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP,
OF NORTH ATLANTIC SQUAD-
RON IN RACE WITH ALABAMA
New York Sua Special Servioe.
Brooklyn, N, Y., March IS.-It was
given out yesterday at the Brooklyn
"navy yard that the crew of the. Illi
nols. -which arrived there yesterday*
are the champion oarsmen of the en
tire North, Atlantic squadron, which
is now in the Carribean, by virtue of
their victory over the crew of the
The race was held on Feb, 29, off
Guantanamo, Cuba.. The two crews
have always been at loggerheads with
one another, and -many and varied
have been the fights and contests be
tween them. During the maneuvers
that have been taking place in
Carribean this rivalry showed itself
in many ways. Arrangements, yrexe
finally made for a. boat race td^take
.place between picked ,c*-ews from ~ih!
Men's Spring Hats
'^About 100 Suits, medium ad:'
ieavy weights, plain blue and black cheviots, all
wool worstedj, serges and cassimeres regular prices
:$12to$20, now $690.
In Great Basement fealesroom.-
Men's Pants* 5(lC
This .week's, large: sales have ,.v.
left about 150 pairs ^9JE odd lots from the $ i and-
$1.50 tables. To make room for spring goods,
_in Great Basement Salesroom^...
Standard blue Overalls, sold
everywhere at 65c good heavy weight, flplauv blue
denim, with or without apron, jackets to match -also
plain white for painters and paperhawgers.i
In Great Basemen^ Salesroom.
50c Overalls, 25b
Made-with apron, elastic sup- r* 0.
porters, onlj one pair to each. customer.
In Great Basement Salesroom
$1 Men's Shirts^ 30^ E
Over two hundred doaen of. these.."
sold last Saturday negligee, short and long bosoms,
colors are plain white backgrounds with fancy stripe
or figurealso a lot of solid blues in the lotsome
have two pairs of cuffsnot one worth less than $1.
Sale price, each 39c.
rIn Great Basement Salesroom.
NEW FLEET FO
HEYWOOD AN WATSON MA
HAVE A RIVAL "MOTE FOR CAP-
TAIN JOHNSON'S TBOATS.
proportions. -on Main Floor
Hats ai*2 'f
Our $2 young men's hats, imsoft and stiff shapes compare favorably
with a great many so called $3 hatsfor styles and quality, black, brown
and pearly in wide brim effects abd Alpines.
There was a good deal of betting on
the race* The cr ew the ^Alabama i HUS0MUWBTA\A^&VaMtnttn
On Main Floor.
all wool cheviots and cassimeres, in neat patterns
striped worsteds, all sizes, up..t 50 waist........
Whije Muslin Shirts, with
fancy eWbrbideted^*trjSchihings all siz'ete.'-jtRegulir
prices 50c and 75c clieice .during this sale only 39c.
In Great Basement Salesroom.
Men*$ S|^priders, TOfc
Heavy elastic webbing, with plated ^r^
buckles, either leather or cantab ends very sb:ong
and durable regular'50ckihd'fbr dnly 19ciSalesroom.
se.ijt/ over toUthe Illinois a
men of the Illinois. They in their
turn "raised" -it $1,600, which was
covered by tlie Alabama men. The
officers of eadh ship also- put up a
purse, of $2,000 on each.side,. An
agreement "wals made that the men
composing the winning crew were to
receive- 1-6 p^r^ cent of- the winnings^
The race tpoljjplace in. a twelve-oared
racing cutter. 'The course was a
three-mile straightaway, just outside
of the: harbor of GuanCariamo. The
Illinois men..beat the other crew by
2 minutes and 28 seconds.
Hydniel Guaranteed to Cure Catarrh
or Money Refunded by VoegeU Bros.
Hyomel ^s the most e^dripmical of
all remedies for the cure of catarrh,
.and the only one that fbllowja a na
tural meiKbod in treating. dlseapes of
the respiratory organs. Physicians
advise a'yfchange of climate.lor the
cure of catarrh. With Hyomei, a
climate is gainedA while a inlpregit
!fi Kealiri balsaH
nate the air you breathe, and their
health-giving and germ-destroying
nowers go' to the most remote "air cells
of the respiratory organs.'
You" take no "risk in buying Hyomel.
avenues corner Sev
enth street and Nicollet avehue, have
so much.obnfldence in its power to kill
catarrh, grippe'and catarrhal cfolds,
.that they sell ilf under their personal
guarantee to refund the money if it
fails to cure.
Bi-Weekly oScin-Sorew Servioe.
FOB PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG, HAMBUBQ.
5CHE- OBEAT OCEAN FLYER.
S. S. Deutschland
686% ft. long83% knots averaee speed.
WalderBee..i. .March i8]*Deutschland...April 7
March 24[Patrlcla ..April 0
Moltie.-.*.-. .March 311Belgravla April 16
JPenriSrfsanli,..-.April 3?[A. Victoria-, April 21
'Orur^wm hd ^'gymraslum oa bbard.
aKumu Ik bo*
$be F^fcrClpthiagr Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Furs, Shoes, for Men, Women and Childrea.
:,^.|l^N,^QOIV-SECONP FLOORTHIRD FLOORFOURTH FLOOR.
And our Great Bas|nient Salesroom for Reliable Goods at Unquestionably the Lowest Prices in Town.
spection. AH the newest styles?and
the Plymouth stande^d in ever# way fabrics are all wool (under i test) every garment is tailored
as the best custom clothes are tailored by hand (rare in ready-made) all are planneci and fash-
ioned by men who study styl&| both here and in London..
Raincoats, $i5 to $35.
,Fancy Scotches and worsteds, Peg-top,
some With roll bottom.- Few tailors have
knack of building peg-tbp trousers right.
Try on a pairand seethe difference, $3 to $8.
Sole agentt for the famous Knox hatsSilk,
Opera, Soft and Stiff New spring styles in all
proportionsHandsome new shadfes of brown
this is going tp/6e a brown season.
Sfandish .Hats $ Correct'copies of thedesigns
vfCnoxall the popujai shades of brown.
Imperial Hats $8. TTbe most stylish haf worn
today by young men-^ia hat with an individuality:.
and style seldom ouna at this price.
..Gordon Hats in all the new shapes,colors and
materials are here Everything is up to
1 On Main Floor
20c Stocks, Qc
Plain blade,' tan and "red','
same with drop stttclj effiect-good hose, at regular
.pricesa bargain at 9c
.,,._ Great Basement Salesroom.
i.Made from good all fur felt,
new spring shapes*?both soft and- stiff styles. ,Ifceg-\
181 rIn:Great Basemeht Sfllesfjjoin.
was covered by... the
Among the new!designs
~-to re^.t Bafieflient Salesroom.
Work ShirtSj OQp
Men'sflhtiaj^yidrill''and sateen work.
Shirts pl^Sd^biack or fancy stripes, in light, medium
andv.darko^aades. Regular 5t)c.and 73c shirts for
dnly39c.j^J in-Great-Basement Salearoom.
Kapaaa Oltf, fit Joaeph, lo^Oian
Dea Monies, liarahaUtotrn 8J0Q I
Bed Wing, Bocbaster,
Dodge Oentar, Hayflald.
4186 amlll:*) am
uitin, Muon Oy, Ft Dodge, 7:40 anj 8(10 pm
Oooncll Blntti' OmiMlTVtV' 8i00 pl 8K am
VVI11TIS 5TAR LINt
"BUPUBLIO" fnew) 4
Bosto to Liyerpol o^'tow..
CBDTIOU.V...4.March 81, May 8,.jrun* 3
CYMRIC-...,.iv.April 21, May 19, June 16
REPUBLIC (new). .April 30, Juno 9. July 7
First-class, $60 and $66 upwards, according
to steamer. For plans, etc.* apply to
O. E BRECKE, N. W. P. AGT.,
181-188 8d st S, Ousxanty BuUding,
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
NBW XORKLONDON, DIRECT,
PORTLANDLIVERPOOL, short sea passage.
NEW YORKROTTERDAM. VIA BOULOGNE.
RED STAR LINE
WHITE. STAR LINE
O. E. BRECKE, N. W. P. AOT.,
18M88 84 at i oaaia&tr Bldg, i^Baasolia,
ready for your in-
~^Tqpeoaisi$r5 to $3o,
1 Suits at W
Hand tailoresd throughout. The fabrics
are fancy^tweeds with alpaca linings, che
viots with Venetian linings and fine worst
eds with serge linings very fashionable.
Russian Blottse Suits
inthe Russian styles-,
the military effect is especially^ pleasing. Hie
blouse is heavily braided and handsomely em
broidered. Another attractive style is the Eton
.collar, Russian. This is favored by many oh
account of its dressy .appearance. t\C
.We have them from $12 down to.. O O
New Blouses and: Waists.
fc & E. spring Blouses attd Waists. Tie new Eton col
lar in handsome patterns and best of materials, large assort
ment at 50c, $ 1 and $1.50. On Main Floor.
nt Shirts, in good Little boys' stiff front Shirts in good
colors twodetatchedlay down collars regular 50c
Shirts for only 29c.
i^In Great Basement Salesroom.-
50c Kited Pants at
All sizesgood assortment all"
wool, blue, black, 'gray and brown mixtures while
they last,. 19c. in Great Basement Salesroom.
Boys' $3 Suits, $1 QC
Boys' all wool Suits, good as-_*
sortment, sizes 1 to 16^-$3 .values at $&9S.
In Great Basement Salesroom.
|25c ^ihildi^ Hose, 1 A/%
black ribbed Cotton Hose, W
double heel and toe xegular25c grade for only 10c
:.''-yj*^i^ In Great Basement Salesroom.Choice
g^?j$0 Petticoats^ 7QA
Black Sateen &\*
either'deepPetticoats, or narrowtrimmed rufflesals' dust ruffle.
50skirts for only 79c,
.-i. In Great Basement Salesroom.
Credit ^ync\opth Clothing House, Sixth and Nicollet
TbeflUple Leaf fcorte/
City office: Fim and Nicollet, Dpoti WaaV
ingto'i an Tenth Ax*. 8. Phone Main 388o
Bx. flUday. Qthwa dally. Ley. Mpla.
Ctilcafo taV 8at. Dnbaaae,
pelweta, Mclntlre, H&y
On Main Floor
Plymouth Special$5', for boys from S to 17year of age
there is no suit to compare with this.. It is made exclusively
for us in both: two-piece, double breasted and Norfolk styles
the former with long graceful lapel and both with the natty, up-to-date military shoulders.' Spriug
plain colored worsteds and fancy weaves are by far the neatest and best ever shown.
fipys' double-breasted, two-piece and
Norfolk Suits, .sizes $ to 15 colors are dark gray
mixtures $2.50 values your choice, $ 1
In Great Basement Salesroom.
tlon OsTSto Portland. On., via
Butt*,Spokwa, SMMW, rtaamm
Fargo and Lteoh Uks tooal
St. Cloud, LittU Fatts, Bfaln
rd, Walkar, BemldJL Fargo...-
Dakota and Manitoba Exproa*
Fergus Falls. Wahpeton.
MoorhMd, Fargo, (Jameatown
Datlr^TBawflayr.^rookssoti, OrandForks, graftoa. Winnipeg
"Daluth Short tint"
OULUTH AND SUPERIOR
"ROMANIC" April 9 June 18.
"eA?*OPIO",.... .^.April 28 Ma 28. Joly 2
Send for rates and lUnstrated booklet.
These tfeamers are the largest In the
Plratclaes, $66 upwards......,
The new Kilt Topcoat, for little fellows irom
7.y2 to 5 years pleat front and back, either light
or dark tan. Just the thing for little girls
Top Coats in single, and double breasted jgyles blue
and all the new shades. A great assortment
.1 $2 Knee Pants, 69c.
Final clearing sale in our Boys' Knee Pant DepartmentAll
Winter weights^odds and ends in medium and light weights
blue and black serges, cheviots, Scotch tweeds, cassimere, fancy
corduroy, in blue, brown and. red, ,'V/hat you have 41 f\
been paying $1, $L 50 and $2 for! Choice 0VC
On Main Floor.
TICKE OFFICE MWM&Vm:
Ticket Ofnce, 600 Nicollet. Phohe, 240, Mala.
Ex. ay,.Others T)aUy. Lsare.' Arrive.
Chicago, Mllw'kee, Madlspa.1 7:50 am
ChicagoFast Mall 6:00 pm
North-WoaUro Umt'ei) 8t00
Chicago, Mllw'kee. Madison. pm
ChicagoAtlantic Bxpress~l 10:20 pm
Dninth, Superior, Ashland.. pifa
Blmore, Algonai Des Moines 7:10am
Elmore, Algona, Des Moines 7:80 pm
New Ulm, Tracy,Watertown 9:06 am
Sioux Clty,Omaha, Blk Hills J-.IO am
6u City', Omaha'. Kan. Or. 9 AS am
Watertown, Huron, Bedaold 8^0 pm
Worthtngtoa. Mltohall, So F.
SUmx City, Omaha, Colorado P^J
8 a Oltyj Omaha. Kan. Oy.i SAOpat
Phoata. N. W*.
triimv loata *bd agrtta
I Lett!- fori Arr.ftom
Wert Leo, Cedar Kaplds,
Daxenport, Bock Island,
Molina, Cbleago, B
lngton. Qutnay and St.
Ladies' Percale Wraooers. in litrht *r
Percal Wrappers in light
and dark coltirs, neatly trimmed with braid and ruf
fles, all sizes, from 34 to 44 regular prices $1 and
$L25. Special for 69c.
:--:-jr.r\-'' '"lo Great Basement Salesroom.
A new lot just received they
were ordered for February, but were too late. The
manufacturer would rather sell them at half price
than stand the entire loss so you get the benefit..
Materials are strictly all wool, and the styles the very
latestplain black, blue and brown cheviots and
fancy mixtures skirts worth $10 for only $4.98,
In'Grea Basement Salesroom.
$2 OiiKdn Hat, $t,
A second shipment receivedthe
first lasted- just two days. Ail are this season's new
shapes. Four or five styles to choose from. Regu
lar $2 hats, $1. in Great Basement Salesroom.
20c Ladies' Hose, l|)p
Ladies' plain flat black. Cotton -*-"V
Stockings, all sizes and regular 20c quality.
fer 10c. i
Great Basement Salesroom.
50c Underwear, 2Tc
Ladies' heavy ribbed Vests and
-Pantsrlieafleece-lined, ecruVesta shadeanA only
grade for only 21c.
tiiaw rihhed rik\/
In Great Basement Salesroom.
Offlc*. 800 Nlo. Av. Phonos^-Main 860.-T. 17RI
"Daily. tBx. Sunday. Arriva
9*0amiat, Cloud, Fergus Falls, Fargo
MfcQOam jWatertoW Brown's Vai- 65pm
FtffteR TO PA^IPI^COAST 10:1
820pm W1MNIPBQ PAST BXPRBS8
816pm WUimar. Fargo, Orand Forks,
Winnipeg, SiouxFalls, Tank.
^^oJGoplier State Express 7iPpm flfistOpm
8K)5pm ..Princeton, Milaoa. Dolnth.
.Hight ttrawa|lesj)fag oar ocsa 0jOO p,M,
& ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
(June 14. 1908.)
Ticket office, 828 Nicollet OT. Phone. 128.
Daily. aB*.8unday. tSx.Sat| Leaie^-rArrlTa.
La X., Milwaukee
Chicago, Mllw'kee, __
0HICAOO Chicago, La X.. Milwaukee..
North&eld, raribault, sK.Clty
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Ortonrllle, Mllbank, Aberdeenja i^80am
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