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fc "7 i 1 *&". ife"': Li TUESDAY May 1 Second Floor JT MANCHESTER, 88 Faulkner St. CHEMNITZ, 28 Theater St. gown. &*' ^S,'nl'', ^-,c$1 i Pi Women's Gown's 50c Gown of good quality muslin yoke of tucking and embroidery insertion. May Sale price Gown of cambric, slipover style em- 11* broidery edge laced with ribbon in ^%CL neck and sleeves May Sale price., \J^* CrO"WH of nainsook, slipover style, -val lace edge and ribbon in neck and sleeves. May Sale price Gown of cambric, high neck, tucked yoke Bet in with embroidery insertion edge in neck and sleeves May Sale ^JtSd, price W Slipover Gown of nainsook yoke of pattern em broidery, kimona sleeve and neck trimmed with dainty hemstitched ^Isk ^"m ruffle. May Sale price j|/*.ssW*- High Neck Gown of cambric, yoke of six fine em broidery insertions embroidered A edge in neck and sleeves. May *4sk I J. JT\ Sale price %PI.-*Wt7 Slipover Gown of Nainsook, low square neck trimmed with wide embreidery insertion elbow sleeves trimmed with wide ^j% AT embroidery edge. May Sale 2ol s^^J price %4*Atv "V Nainsook GownSlipover style dainty torchon lace and embroidery insertion May Sale in neck, price. Nainsool: embrnr' triir pri. .r.k 98c $1.75 :wnSlipover style yoke of pattern "lbow sleeves, it* P" ::iatch. May Sale JL^ in slipover style yoke of fine val. ions and embroidery wide ribbon Nairn laeo laced through yoke wide em broidery raffle in sleeves. May sale price. Handsome Assortment of gowns at $5.50 up to $14.00. $4.75 Matched Sets Fine Nainsook GownFront tucked and trimmed with three dainty embroidery medallions val. insertions, kimona style sleeves. OnemiseMade!-. nainsook, front trimmed to match WTHUSIASTS PACK OUTFITS POR MAY DAY SPORT. ose Not an Hour In Seeking Lair of Speckled Beauties and Pray for Good 'VBiting" WeatherBass Sea son Opens Month Later In Minne sota. Tuesday, according to the calendar, eans May 1, and a lot of ardent Min apolis fishermen are getting ready business, glad of an opportunity to st aside last winter's list of thread tre fishing tales and go out in search new. The real Minnesota sport *ill not begin until May 30, when the nit on bass will be out, but there is o3 sport in store in VV iseonsin for next week with the trout. Every year May 1 and the days just eeeding and following see a general codus of anglers from Minneapolis id other Minnesota towns for the "iseonsin streams, and this year will 5 no exception. Weeks ago the en -usiasts began to brush up their out- s. The relative merits of different rts of flies and baits have been gen al topics o conversation, and. now rerybody is out to prove old or new eories. Will Start Early. Tonight will see the start of the ort for the locals, several parties -wing ready to start on the first train to the trout country. Walter Car 11, "Jack" Woodburn, "Tom" Irlinff, Charlie' Wilkins, Doc' -mid, and a bunch of others are set" and waiting for the whistle to ow. If the weather and sport are few of them will be seen in Min apolis until the next. Monday morn- 2, when they will reluctantly wander ^me to tell of mighty deeds done in Wisconsin trout wilds. The goddess of truth is ready with muffs and brass knuckles to receive ese returning tales. With bad rather and bad luck the return will quicker and less spectacular. Last ar the opening week of the Wisconsin 'son was about the ''limit.'' The ither -was so cold, that it -was im 913.00 Drawers of nainsook, lace insertions, ribbon bead ing. Skirt to match, trimmed with six rows lace in sertions, to match d* -tf f\ ^al.e..pedge Nainsook Gown, slipover, square neck, trimmed, Cluny lace and insertion, elbow sleeves. City News LNGLERSREADY FOR WISCONSIN TROUT possible to fish or even keep warm and the fish seemed to prefer to eat icicles off the bottom to freezing to death on the surface looking for imitation flies. In Minnesota there will be some sport for those not over fastidious. Pike, maskalonge, crappie, perch, sun fish, and anything but bass can be taken without fear of vigilant wardens if taken in the proper manner. These fish offer tame sport to the ardent lover of bass, but will not want for attention. Hundreds of fishermen will take advantage of the open season and go out to try their luck. What will happen in case bass are caught is not to be mentioned in public, as it is a trick of the sport carefully guarded by early fishermen. THROWS ROSES AT CENTRAL The pathw ay of the average tele phone exchange girl is not strewn with roses as a general proposition, but the girls never overlook flowers. Eoses, twenty-five dozen of them, or enough, to give each girl at Twin City "central" a prettv handful, were sent them. Satur day. the gift of T. O. Wallace of the Allen Land company. The gift, as Mr. Wallace explained, was merely to show the irls, the whole bunch of them, that their services were fully appreciated by a least one paliight tron. PURELY VEGETABLE. Monday Evening, _V i ii tin i i r I I ii i i i i i.,.,'.A.v-iO. ?^h .j Hand Embroidered Chemise, made in nainsook eyelets with /Q ribbon laced, special "OC Hand-made Chemise sign across front, eyelets laced with rib bon. Special Our Annual May Sale of Muslin Under wear is an event awaited by many with great expectation. The general excel lence and high character of the gar ments, together with the low prices which prevail, appeal"to the good judg ment of those who wish the best at mod erate prices. Flower de- embroidered $1.50 Hand-made Chemise Handsome embroidered design across front. French back. ^L^ O Special $**- Dainty ChemiseBeautifully em broidered on French nainsook, ranging in prices 3.50 to $14 each. Matched Sets Chemise, nainsook, square neck, trimmed Cluny lace. Nainsook Drawers with two Cluny lace insertions and edge. Cambric Skirt, three Cluny insertions and five rows edg match ^j% pe7e PriCe'. Corset Covers Cambric Corset CoverNeck and sleeves trimmed with torchon edge, laced with ribbon May Sale price Cambric Corset CoverRound yoke, two rows tor chon insertion and edge joined with ribbon beading, trimmed sleeve JC May Sale price. RHEUMATISM TROUBLESOM E PAINS AND ACNES While Rheumatism is usually worse in Winter because of the cold and dampness of a changing atmosphere, it is by no means a Winter disease entirely. Persons in whose blood the uric acid, which produces the disease, has collected, feel its troublesome pains and aches all the year round. Th caused Rlietim.atisiri.is a sour, acid, condition of tlie blood, bronglit about by the accumulation i a the system ofrefuse matter, which the natural ave- nues of bodily waste have failed to carry off. This refuse matter coming in contact with the different acids of the body, forms uric acid which is absorbed by the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and Rheumatism gets possession of the system. Rheumatic persons are almost constant sufferers the nagging pains in joints and muscles, are ever present under the most favorable climatic conditions, while exposure to dampness or an attack of indigestion will often bring on tlie severer symptoms even in warm, pleas- ant weather. Liniments, plasters, lotions, etc., relieve the pain and give the sufferer temporary comfort, but are in no sense curative because Rheumatism is not a disease that can be rubbed away or drawn out with a plaster. S S. S is the best treatment for Rheumatism it goes down into the blood and attacks the disease at its head, and by neutralizinththe aci and driving,it outs an Five Styles of Night Gowns, high neck, handsomely broldered all $7.50 gowns to close $0.75 Gown of fine long cloth, slipover, square neck, trimmed with dainty embroidery insertion wide embroidery ruffle to match. Skirt to match wide flounce, two rows insertion, edge to match, joined to skirt with embroidery beading. Drawers of fine long cloth. Handsome embroidery ruffle insertion to match. Corset Cover, square neck trim med to match May Sale price, per set GovmFine long cloth, slipover. One large em broidery medallion in center with two smaller 'onos each side, lace trimmed, lawn ruffle on trimmed to match, lace edge ribbon bead nock. Same style'as gown skirt trimmed, lace" ns and edge, to match. .v.*. Fine long cloth lace /t -tf mr 'insertion to match set* May N% 1 Sale price, per set. $16.50 25c JODRNAL CADETS TO GOMPETE FOR FLAG -$ TONIGHT'S DRILLS Company B, First regiment. St. MarK'6 church Colonel Jess riawley and Captain Gllbertson. Company C. Second regiment, Eighth Ward Republican hall, Cap tain Kelsey. Officers' school, 7 o'clock company drill, 7:30. Company H, Second regiment, which has drilled Tuesday afternoons at Franklin and Dupont avenues, will drill tomorrow night at the new drill grounds opposite the armory, on Kenwood boulevard, and will hold weekly drills there -Tuesday evenings until further notice. $ $ The company competitive drill for the Journal Oadet regiments at the clrill grounds, facing the armory on Ken wood boulevard, takes place Tuesday night next week, it being found that it will be impracticable to hold itMayl, as first announced. Th Minneapolis Ga company is putting in handsome boulevard arc lights that will light the building up thind sour blood cure, Rheumatism permanently. Being made en tirely of roots, herbs and barks, S S S will not injure the system in the least. Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice without charge. THE SWtFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLMNTA. GJL. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.fi* L. S. DONALDSON, President. nnual May Sale Muslin Underwear FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN Dainty Hand-Made Underwear low sizes regular $4.75 Sand-made mowers, in French nainsook, very wide, flounce em broidered front and d?"^ flff back. Special &j, V*5 Hand-made Drawers in French nainsook, flounce with button-hole edge and flower design in corner, French beading, very -g *w wide. Special PI/d Corset Covers Long Cloth Corset CoverBound yoke, eyelet em broidery laced with ribbon, sleeves trimmed with button hole edge 11/^ May Sale price *J\J+* Cambric Corset CoverBack and front trimmed, two vaL insertions joined ribbon g^ beading neck and sleeves trimmed, 11/^ edge to match May Sale price VrV/ Pine Long Cloth Oover~Rdund yoke of pattern embroidery laced with ribboji. ITect and sleeves trimmed with embroidery edge to match. Yoke set on with French yC beading. May Sale price. Pine Cambric CoverFront and back trimmed with val. insertions and feather stitching, forming points neck and sleeves/trimmed r\Q with lace insertion, ribbon beading' wf%C and lace edge. May Sale jirice. Fine Long Cloth CoverFront trimmed with two dainty embroidery meda,lH:o#s and val. insertions. Tucked back, neck and sleeVes trimnied with val. insertions, ribbon bead rf*-d inland edge. May S|le^ %1 .25 price ^^r- ^^& Five Styles of Chemise, hand em broidered also band embroi dered with lace all sizes $4.50 to $7.50 chemise to 97.5 0 chemise d gs\ close at i)ej* %J\J Haaa-maae DrawersDeep circular flounce embroidered dot design and scallop edge. Special A complete assortment of hand em broidered matched sets ranging in prices from $9-95 to $75. 4. Complete assortment prices $1.50 to $5.00. Drawers^ Cambric DrawersFlounce with two hemstitched tucks and hem May Sale price Cambric DrawersFlounce of fine lawn trimmed with hemstitched tucks. May Sale price Long Cloth DrawersEuffle of wide em broidery. One cluster tucks above. May Sale price Pine Cambric DrawersLawn ruffle trimmed with embroidery edge one hem stitched tuck above. May Sale price ..............._,V* drill ground splendidly at night. The flag that is to be presented to the com pany winning the competition drill will be on exhibition in a window at Don aldson's Glass Block store Wednesday. In response to numerous requests, The Journal will organize cadet companies for the districts within easy reach of Nicollet and Grant streets, upper Twentieth avenue and New Bos ton. This depends upon the number of boys making application, and names should be left at rectuiting headquar ters, 51 Fourth street S, between 4 and 6 o'clock in the afternoon, or by adachieved dressing Colonel W. H. Sprague," care of The Journal, by letter giving name, age and address. LECTURE ON LIFE OF CHRIST The Eev. Fr. MacCorry delivered his illustrated^ lecture on "The Life of Christ" at the Church of St. Charles last night. There was a large au dience. Beginning with the events just\preceding the Savior's birth and continuing to the day of his crucifixion Father MacCorry brought out all of the dramatic and interesting features of the period. The second of Father MacCorry's lec tures -will be giv en in the same church tonight. The subject will be The Sambles and Eealms of Childhood.'' ABSOLUTE v/' ..An The showing of Misses' and Children's un derwear embraces handsome garments of every description and material. The same care is exercised in making these gar- ments a is used in those for women and we have no hesitation in saying it is the best assortment we have ever had on exhi bition. $5.50 Finer qualities with lace trimmings or embroidered at _ A S\/\ $6.50 up to 3)14. UU 35c to 50c 69c AMotutei Cure BILIOUSNESS. SICK HEADACHE. TORPID LIVER. FURRED TONGUE. INDIGESTION CONSTIPATION DIZZINESS. SALLOW SKIN Tha TOUC the LIVER Genuine Wrapper Printed on CEO PAPER BLACK LETTERS* i*^( ?&&)* HLjlilJ I Defective Page Hand-made Gowns in French mus lin, low, round neck witb flower design across front elbow sleeves. Sp'cl. Hand-made GownsLow round neck, front. trimmed -with spjray of flow ers and lace insertions neck laced with ribbon. ti Special .^O* %J Hand-made Gowns in ttti4~ Tiainsools. handsome embroidered front of English eyelet design sleeves, embroidered 4jr\ gj r\ to match. Special.. .J)l\/a*i7\/ Special values in gown at $12.00 $15.00 and $18.00. Drawers Pine Cambric DraweraWide ruffle, one row val. insertions, hemstitched tucks and val. edge. May Sale price i Fine Cambric Drawers"Wide embroi dery ruffle cluster of tucks abpve. May Sale price Children's Muslin Underwear. Children's Muslin DrawersPlain hem w. tucks above ages 1 to 14 years. M: Sale -price 12c to i five cents each size, Ch.. ..r.i's Muslin DrawersFine muslin pin in lu-iu with tucks above. Ages 1 to 14 years: May Sale price 15c to Raise five cents each size. Children's Muslin DrawersGood quality muslin, embroidery ruffle with tucks above ages 1 to 14 years May Sale price ^X 33c *o- Eaise five cents each size Children's Long Cloth GownsLow neck and elbow sleevea, trimmed with torchon lace and ribbon ages 6 to 14 years price 85c Children's Slipover Gowns in long cloth, embroidery set in front with lace insertion kimona sleeve, lace trimmed 8 to 16 years and 7 PIERCE CrOES TO ANTIPODES Former Minneapolis Man to Develop Australian Y. M. 0. A. Lyman 3J. Pierce and family, for merly of Minneapolis, left last nignt for Australia. They sail May 10 from San Francisco, after visiting friends in Den ver. They have been visiting the par ents of Mrs. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wright, and his brother family, f\ P. Pierce. Mr. Pierce is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, who has remarkable success in Y. M. 0. A. work in Cedar Eapids, Iowa, Tren ton, N. J., and Washington, D. C. He is now going to Australia to take charge of association -work, in that coun try and New Zealand. HONOR THE DEPARTED Memorial services were held by mem- bera of the Order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple, St. Paul, yes terday afternoon. The ceremonies were made to conform to the ritual and weT unusually impressive. After the sol emn rites had been completed and sev eral musical numbers had been rendered by the quartet, addresses were delivered by Rev. Dr Alexander MIcG-regor and Rev. James B. Montgomery of Minne apolis. N Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS most bear Fac-simile Signature of SECURITY ARTERS ITTLE IVER 8mall Pill. 8mall Dote. .Small Price. :XAprin 30 19067 W^f' ^C^ /ti?^i2VT2^ it kimono 98c 98c 25c 35c 4 Kaise five cen,ts each size. Children's Cambric DrawersFine cambric ruffle, hemstitched tucks of feather stitch- g^ i ng and torchon edge ag es 6Vto 1 4 ^W w? years May Sale price 50c W W Raise five cents each size. Children's Muslin GownsGood quality muslin, plain tucked yoke ages 1 to 14 yeare. May Sale price 65c $1 priT$i.2 $1.5 0 SUBSCEIBERS AT WOTTED STATES LLOYDS MAKINE INSURANCE UNDERWBITEES Principal office, 16 Exchange place. New York Oltr. (Organized In 1872.) Attorneys for sub scribers, A. F. Higgins, Herbert. Appleton, Doug las P. -Cox. Attorney to accept service In Minne sota, Insurance OomralBSloner. Deposit capital. $100,000*' INCOME IN 1905. Premiums other than perpetuals.. $840,117.98 Premiums on prpernal risks Non* Hents and interest 29,000.67 Profit on ledger* assets oyr toooK yalues 'Total disbursements Excess of income oyer disburse ments ASSETS DEC. 81," 1805. Value of real, estate owned Mortgage loans Collateral loans Bonds and stocks owned Cash In office and In bank Accrued interest and rents Premiums in course of collection.. All other admitted assets Al other. 1lMl.lllJk4A. X'.. Cambric Petticoat, deep lawn flounce, trimmed with embroidery ruffle. May Sale priee. Cambric SkirtDeep lawn flounce two wide torchon lace insertions and edge to matc bj very lull flare. May Sale price Cambric SkirtDeep flounce of fine embroid_ry -with tacking above. May Sale price Non Frotti all othtr sources 126,800.00 Totaj Income $1,004,617.68 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1905. Amount paid for losses $606,569.*" Dividends and Interest Commissions and brokerage Salaries and fees of officers, agents and employees. Taxes, fees and rents Loss on gale or maturity of ledger assets All other disbursements 50,000.00 174,163.45 82.294.04 23,041.76 None 8,795.84 1944,86*27 59,653.28 None None None 547.8S8.00 871,851.60 6,737.50 236.468.40 125.567.69 Total admitted assets Assets not admitted, $18,691.65. LIABILITIES DEC. 31, 1905. Unpaid losses and claims $174,215.00 Reinsurance reserve Beclaimable on perpetual policies.. Reserve and liabilities in special department Salaries, expenses, dividends and interest due Commission and brokerage....... "j Return premiums fe $1,288,513.19 316,866.27 None -r None 15,450.00 5,476.51 16,000.00 54.442.96 ioo.ooo.oo Alll liabilities Capital stock paid tip Total liabilities, including capital $681,450.74 Net surplus 607.062.45 RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 1905 BUSINESS: Marine and inland risks written during the year *51B.959,48^.00 Premiums received thereon 1,058,187.85 Net amount In force at end of the rear 16.120,621.00 BUSINESS IN MINNESOTA IN 1905. Marine and inland risks written.. $1,872,961.00 Marine and inland premiums- re- ceived -_ \j5,056.0 Marine and Inland, losses paid.....,' 8,906.00 Marine and inland losses Incurred" 8,701.00 STATE OF MINNESOTA, Department of Insurance. "Whereas, the Subscribers at United Lloyds Marine Insurance Underwriters, poraticn. organized under the laws of has fully complied witb the provisions of the laws of this state relative to the admission and authorization of insurance companies of Its class. Now, therefore. I, the undersigned. Insurance Commissioner, do hereby empower and authorize the said above-named company to transact its appropriate business of marine Insurance In the state of Minnesota, according to the laws there of, until the thirty-first day of January, A. D. 1907, unless said authority be revoked or other wise legally terminated prior thereto. In testimony whereof, I bav hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at St, Paul this Slst day of January. A. D. !-_, '.sac* Commissioner. States a cor- trimmtd $1.25 $1.50 Cambric SkirtDeep flounce with two fine torchon lace insertions and wide ^H 4 mm edge to match. May Sale %k 1 \J *Z Cambric SkirtDeep flounce with three cluny late insertions five rows lace *H to match on bottom May K2 VcS Cambric SkirtHandsome embroidered flounce headed with wide embroidery 4% insertion. May Sale jk fL Cambric SkirtDeep flounce trimmed with two dainty embroidery insertions 4% *y m and wide embroidery edge. T% *4 May Sale price H'*- Handsome assortment of lace and embroidery trimmed petticoats at $4.75 np to $18.00. Vassar Underwear. Vassar DrawersFine long cloth, trimmed with val. lace ruffle set on drawer with French bead ing. May Sale price Vassar DrawersFine long cloth. Ruffle of dainty embroidery. May Sale price................ Lawn ruffle $1.25 $1.50 Vassar DrawersFine long cloth. Euffle of hand some embroidery edge, set on drawer with French beading. May Sale price $2.25 Handsome assortment of drawers from $3.75 to $5.00. Vassar Combination SuitCorset cover and skirt. Fine long cloth. Dainty embroidery dge, and em broidery beading around neck ana sleeves. Ruffle on skirt trimmed embroidery edge two cluster tucks above cover and skirt joined at waist with rib- 'ifc \J ^k bon beading. May Sale price... *J Vassar Combination SuitsFine long cloth yoke of three embroidery insertions, embroidery edge and ribbon beading around necls and sleeves. Sufflle on skirt trimmed with em broidery edge tucks above. May Sale price.. I $5.00 pOSAJ^STEAlgBBS AMERICAN LINE. PLYMOUTH-^CHBRBOURO BOUTHAMPTOH. St. Louis May 5, Jose 2, Jane 80, An*. 4 Philadelphia ....Mar 12, June 8, July 7, Aug. 11 St. Paul May 19, June 16, July 14, Aug. 18 New York ...May 28, June 23, July 28, Aug. 25 PhiladelphiaQueenstownUverpsel. Friesland. May 5 I Merlon May 19 Weoterniand.. ..May 12 NoorcUana .May 28 ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE. NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT. Minnehaha....May 5, Jane 2, June 80. July 28 Minnetonka ....May 12, June 9, July 7, Aug. 4 Mesaba ....May 19. June 16, July 14, Aug. 11 Minneapolis -.May 26, Juno 28, July Aag. 18 DOMINION LINES MONTRBAL TO LIVEBFOOLShort sea passage Dominion May 6 Canada May 19 Southwsrk......May 12 Kensington ....May 26 HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE NEW YORK-ROTTEHDAM. TLA BOULOGNE..list Sailings Wednesday as per TT",Tf Ryndam, May 9, 6 am N.Amsdm.May 8010 am Potsdam, May 16,10 am Sta'dam, Jun ft, 10 am Noordam..May 6 am 18, 10 am RE28 STARyndam,June LINE. N. Y., DOVBE, ANTWEJBP (LiONDOK, FAsUB) Vaderland May 6. June 2, June 80, July 28 Kroonland May 12, June 9. July 7, Aug. 18 Zeeland May 19, June 19, July 14, Aug. 11 Finland......May June 28, Aug. 4 Sept. 1 WHITE26STAB, LINE., KSTW TOMEQUHBNSTOWWLIVERPOOL. Cedrlc May 4, June 1, June 28, July 21 Baltic May 9, June 6, July 4, Aug. 1 Majestic May 16. June 18. July 11, Aug. 8 Celtic May 18, June 15, July 18. Aug. 10 Oceanic May 28, June 20. July 18, Aug. 15 Teutonic .May 80, June 27, July 25, Aug. 22 BOSTONQUEENSTOWNLIVERPOOL. 'Arable ...Mar lO. lone 7. Joly 5. An. 3 Cymric.. ...May 24, June 21, July 19, Aug. 23 MEDITERRANEAN^^ FROM NEW TOBX. ORRTIO May 10. 10 a.m. June 21, Aug. 4 REPUBLIC May SI. 8 p.m. Oct. 1SJ. Kov. 20 OK BOBTOJS. CANOPIC....May 19, 8 a.m. June 30, Aug. 11 ROMANIC. .June 5, 8:30 a.m. July 7 Sept. 15 0. E. BREOKE, K. W. 7. Ageat, U1-1M 8d st f, Guaranty Bldg, Minneapolis. X. H. LARXE, passenger Agent. Sast etb.<p>Jfamburg-American. t. St. Saul. Special Passenger Service. PLYMOUTHCHERBOURGHAMBURG. Amerlka .May 10 I Amerika June 7 Bluecher May 17 Bluecher June 14 Kaiserln A. V.. .May 24 I Kaiserln A. V., JUM 21 'Deutschland May 81 Deutschland ..June 28 Special features of these ships are: Grill room. Slti-Caxlton restaurant, a la carte elaratora. gymnasium, palm garden, electric baths, etc. Twin Screw Passenger Service. DOVER (LONDON OR PARIS) and HAMBURG. Large twin screw vessels of 14,006 teas. Su perb passenger accommodations. Patricia May 5 I Pennsylvania....June 2 Pretoria May 12 I Batavia June 9 Waldersee May 0 I Patricia Zone 1 Oceanic May 26 Pretoria June 28 *By way of Plymouth and Cherbourg. Offices, 85 and 87 Broadway, 8 York. 159 Randolph st, Chicago W. B. Chandler, B. Blcbhorn A Son, A. X. Johnson A Co- O. B, Brecke, NOs NUsonstplendUdlVanstrum :*m 1 4 b* i A. G. There are appertunltls.Co* i e/very day on Tb aTmra*U"a went pagtg.