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ASTORIA. OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY , 1003
' EstabiUhed IS7X
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tent by mail, per year. ............ t8 00
test by mail, per month. . . . . ...... 50c
Sored by carrier, per month 00c
Sent by mail, per year. In advance tt 00
The Astorlan guarantees to Its ad'
vertisers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
THE ASTORIAN PUBLISHING. CO..
WHERE STATISTICS FAIL.
Acting upon the facility for making
figures perform a stunt, the statistical
re busy in demonstrating how much
better off American workmen are than
those, for instance, of England, says
the Ledger. The " Hemonstratton is
made in one table that the American
workman earns 12.50 while his British
on temporary Is earning U 45. This
sounds well enough, but it does not
mean any thing unless taken In con
sectkm with the cost of living. There
hs many a wage-earner in this country
who desires to employ a servant, be
cause his wife needs help. Onthis
roast a servant demands from $20 to
$S a month, ind gets It, of course,
with board and lodging. Provided that
she work for $25. it is safe to assume
. that her cost In board, lodging and
wear and tear upon furniture will be
as much more. There are many serv
ant girls in this city who do not spend
more than $5 a month, and theamount
they are . able to put lnthe bank is
more than the man who pays them
ran manage to do. :. '
In Massachusetts only 35 percent of
the occupations in which men are en
gaged pay less than $10 a week. In
Great Britain SO per cent of these occu
pations pay less than $10 a week, and
the natural impulse is to crow over the
fact. Perhaps it is something to cfow
ever. The simple fact is that in this
country the laborer, unskilled, his bands
his capjtal, could not support his fam
ily In the most miserable way on $10 a
- week, while it is possible that under
inch conditions as prevail in England,
ha could do this very well. The
girt clerking In a department store in
Chicago earns more in a year than is
earned by the layer of bricks in Bel
gium, but she earns only $329, and if
she can out of this dress decently, eat
enough and remain respectable, she is
a lucky girl. On tbe other hand there
to so showing yet that the Belgian art
isan may not be able to save half of
this sum and keep his family In the
comfort their station demands. . Sta
tistics do not always tell the whole
A TASK FOR LOYAL AMERICANS.
In pnmmpnttnr on the famous sneech
ef the president on race suicide, the
Woodburn Independent raises the Issue
to that r,t national preservation, and
describes the situation thus:
"President Roosevelt touches on a
deeply interesting and very Important
subject when he refers to the duty of
Americans to raise large families. We
should not emulate France and assist
fn racial destruction. What would the
end be? In the last Ave years the
number of Sicilians coming to the Unit
ed States has grown from 13,000 to 50,
too a year. They are connected with
secret and potential organizations, one
f which Is the dreaded Mafia. Our
Made in California
where materials are
produced. The lowest
priced roofing made.
Lasts longer than all
others. It is weather
and water-proof and
lot Hi kMklM.
The Paraffine Paint Co.
5an Frsnclsco, Seattle;
Portland, Lei Angeles
sad Denver, Colersdo.
failure to assist in the prolongation of
the American race means nothing more
or loss tha t eventually handing the
reins of government over to the worst
divjw of society. The shrinkage In the
number ! Irish, German and other
northern races coming here has been
made up by the Increase In the number
.if Pol-', Slavs. Huns, Lithuanian.
Italians and Sicilians. Evntually they
! t,v ii.N-vss to the ballot box. The
future outlook, when considered lu this
particular and ?ler, unmistakable
n.ht nne of serious moment. We
ate certainly drifting to an America
with the Americans left out and with
the country in the hands of the igno
rant, those of criminal tendencies, oth
ers of the lowest order, and those In
whose bosoms there Is not one spark
of American patriotism. The presi
dent has pointed out the manner in
which ths tide can be stemmed and
A former Astoria newspaper man Is
thus spoken of by the Pendleton Trib
une: "W. C. Cowglll. an alleged newspaper
man, but In truth a mining grafter of
Baker City, is spending his time chief
ly in the display of egotism, In an en
deavor to defeat the corporation tax
law and the portage road appropria
tion. He declares in the Baker City
Democrat, which has grown limp and
wretched In a similar effort on behalf
of a few wildcat mining speculators.
that the laws were pased through fraud
and trickery of politicians. If the law
is sustained Cowgill's business would
be busted. He never had money
enough to pay the tax on the smallest
corporation and he would soon be out
of the wildcat business if a little of the
gold these fakirs advertised was requir
ed of them. Cowglll Is now in south
ern Oregon, pulling on prejudices and
proclaiming that fraud and jobbery
was behind the passage of both bills,
to bring attention to the Baker Demo
crat and to protect his own business as
Fir slabwood, stove legths, $2.50 per
cord. Boxwood $1.50 per large load
Phone 2211 Black. Kelly, the trans
HATS TRIMMED FREE.
Mrs. R. Ingletsn will continue her re
duction sale of hats skirts, waists and
ladies' and children's furnishing goods
until October 1. Call and see the line.
Also carry a complete line of hair
switches and pompadours. Prices will
suit you. MRS. R. INGLETON,
Toke Point Oyster Hovse receives con
stantly fresh supplies of the delicious
Toke Point oyster direct from the
beds. We serve the most toothsome
and appetizing dishes In the city. Short
orders at any hour, day or night. Broil
ed steaks a specialty.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
Notice Is hereby given, that on ac
count of the death of Charles T. Heil-
born, and the necessity for an immedi
ate settlement of his estate, all per
rons indebted to Charles T. Heilborn
& Son are hereby requested to call and
pay their accounts.
Chas. A. II. Heilborn,
FOR 30 DAYS
I of'er for the next 30 days the follow
ing line of cigars at Portland prices;
Manara Banquet, Sancar.as T. Hya, El
Sidelo, El Telegraffo, El Symphonle, La
Sorrento, La Belle Creole, Rosa Al
Mayo, Owls, Exports, Chiids, Oremas,
Sailor Prine, a union label cigar.
f:oyl Bengals, two package of Dur
ham free with each 100.
Manila Gems, 3 for 5 cents; Old Vir
ginia Cheroots, 3 for E cents; Porto
Rlcan cigars, 600 and 60 free.
Pome bargain In Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco. Don't forget the fact that
price will be satisfactory.
I'ipes and Playing Cards, Cigar Hold
eis, Amb.T and Meerschaum. J
Goods delivered to all parts of the
city free of charge. ;;
Agent for the Portland Safe and
Lock Company. Safes sold for cash or
on the installment plan." Call and see
ample and get prices.
P. A. TRULLINGER
515 Commercial Street I
PlionerMl and 2871 -Two Stores
r 1 niuir.inii s KN,I.ISH
1 wiu Mi HUM. i mutt uCii.r. Hrfma
f icrM HalM(ltiitlM l lialU
tiwfi. Hut of ffctlr MtntKfA. or w4 Im
"ft.Uer tW hA,n i utfr, !, re.
MttiL lb.lloll 'lallnii..1.M Ku
MISS NAY -
A So-lety Belt of
Canada, is a beauti
ful girl who knows what
suffering in m1 Wine of
Cardui has brought her bark
to health. She is one ot the
octal favorites of her home
and her recovery to health
has permitted her to enjoy
the company of her many
friends instead of Ivitur on
a bed of sickness and tufferinir
the health she now enjoys she gives
credit to Wine of Cardui. She writes:
- 1 have found Tin of Cardui in excel
lent remedy for female trouble I tuff end
for three yei with terrible bearinfdown
pains at ths memtnul period. I could
hardly stand on my feet and was never
rtalwelL Win of Cardui was ths only
medicine that I could depend on to do me
any good, at I tried several with no suc
cess. Win of Cardui cured m and I
have now enjoyed perfect health for two
yean, ani give you all the credit foe I
know you deserve it
For a younii pirl Wins of Cardui is
the best remedy to puide her through
womanhood by starting ths menstrual
ONE WORD IN TIME.
Better Than Two Afterwards A
Chance to Profit by an Astoria
It Is a strange thing how people will
put away an opportunity until too late;
It ts only little things that go to make
up our every day existence; the trouble
Is we don't pay sufficient attention to
them. Backache Is a little thing some
times It comos after a hard day's work
or a alight cold. It will pose oft you
say; It la only the result of overtaxing
my back; it Isn't the fault of your back
but your kidneys. The exertion or
straining has Interfered with their del
icate mechanician!. Tou call it back
ache, but it really la kldneyache. If
the kidneys are not relieved chronic die
orders set In and that is where the
"little thing" should not be passed over.
An Astoria man has learned to appre
ciate what delay means.
W. R. Mcintosh whose place of resi
dence is at 693 Harrison avenue, says:
"For years I suffered very much from
lameness and soreness across the small
of my back. To turn In bed gave me
painful twinges and when I was not
working but simply standing around
there waa a constant aching over my
hire. The kidney secretion gave me
no end of trouble. I often thought I
had gravel, so painful were the secre
tions In passing. I read about Doan's
Kidney Pills and got a box a) Charles
Rogers' drug store on Commercial St.
On taking them I soon noticed an Im
provement In my condition and the
pain across my back was soon wonder
fully relieved Though I did not take
Doan's kidney pills a regularly as I
should have done ,they did me a great
deal of good."
For sale by all dealers; price 50 cent
Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, N. T.,
sole agent for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Dr. T. L. Ball
524 Commercial street, Astoria Ore.
C, W. Barr Dentist
- Mansell Building.
(73 Commercial street; Astoria, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED 2081.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office phone Main 2441.
Residence phone' Main 2443.
Office Over Griffin' Book Store.
DR. RH0DA C HICKS
Phone Black 2063
573 Commercial St
We are prepared to make them on
short notice and of th best materials.
Let us give you estimates on any kind
of castings or pattern work. Lowest
price for first-class work.
TELEPHONE NO. 2451.
For Steamer, Commercial and Family Use ;
Orders Promptly Executed. I
DOCK FOOT OF SEVENTH ST TELEPHONE MIN 661
Samuel Elmore & to., Agts.
flow in a healthy and nat
ural manner. Menstrtauou
tarted right U very easy to
keep regular through the
Cof mature womanhood,
the "change of life"
need not be feared. That
Wine of Cardui it woman's
best relief from youth to
old age. A million women
have secured blessed relief
from their sufferings by tak
ing this treatment. It relieves men
strual troubles In an incredibly short
time. In a simple case of deranged
menses Wine of Cardui never fails. To
relieve disordered tuense is to remove
the cause of other female trouble. Any
physician will tell you that to remove
the cause of a disease reudrri the cure
easy, in fact seldom fails to complete
tbe cure. If you would have the same
relief which Miss Markell secured try
Wine of Cardui. You can take it with
out an examination and without any
publicity whatever. You can take it in
the privacy of your home and secure
just as much 1-enetit as if a doctor had
prescribed it for you. Thousand j of wo
men are feeling the vigor of returning
health by taking Wine of Cardui.
million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
Ware laker. Ilrlaitl 14 lrskotr
riRCT-CLASS WORK AT
Sceclal Attention Otven to Ship ate
Steamboat Rpalrtng,anera Black
smithing; Flrt-CUa Horse
CORNER TWELFTH AND DUANg
421 BOND 8T,
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimate and executing
order for all kind of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In stock. We s-11 the
celebrated BHELBT LAMP. Call
up Phone lltX
H. W. CYRUH. - Mar
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Tour orders for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly end
satisfactorily attended to
3. W. MORTON, Pre.
Telepsone So. 21.
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance, Commission and Shipping,
Agent Wells, Fargo and Pacific
Express Companies. Custom
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All good shipped to our eat
Will receive ipeclal attention.
No 538 Duan St W. J. COOK. Mgr.
Scott's Santal-Pcpsin Capsules
For lalmnmctlon or Ciitsi rfc
ol tbe Hladrli-r aal bluiurd
Klilo.yH. ho ours Do pay.
warn, qoicftiy aaa r.rm.
smtly tbs wont ol
uonerrna.it aaa ttrt,
no nuttrrof how lonjr .trwl.
Inc. Absolutely barouf..
Bold by drnitrlito. Win
SI 00, or bf nail, poiltmld,
THE lANTAl-KPSIII CO.,
Bold by Chas. Rogers, 459 Commerci
al Street Astoria. Oregon.
Scow Bay Ircn ft
tier. Iflth ond Frsnklin are:
TO T1IK PCIUJC.
Notice is herel-y given that the North
west Construction company, a private
corporation organised under the law
of the :t )t Oregon, has, pursuant
to the laws uf said state, executed and
tiled supidementary nrtlclee of Im'orpo.
i at Ion fr th purpose of authorising
sold corporation to engage In new euUr
prises, u follows:
"That In addition to ths business en
terprlw and pursuit In which this
corporation proposes to engage, aa set
forth and provided In Us original r
tides of Incorporation and Its supple
mentary article of Incorporation here
tofore nmde, executed and died, the fol
lowing shall be added to and form a
part of Article II of said articles Of In
corporation, no.v on llle, and thl cor.
poriition proiHises to fiigiige In the fol
lowing buxlmna and enterprlsi-s, to-wlt:
"Also to do, curry on. and engage In
a c'-r;il contracting business, and t
mnkc, cnt-'r hit execute and perform
contracts for the rnfitlon and construe
tkin of uullillnu and structure and
ail manner of works, public and prl-
atc, and is well to furnish and sup
ply mnterliils for any and all such
Thl Is published by order of the
board of director of said corporation.
Init 'l this first day of May, 1901
NUKTHWIT CONSTIU'CTION CO,
Uy T. H. ('CUTIS, President.
I. Kl'ETTNKR. Secretary.
Disturbances or strikers are not near
ly as grave as an Individual disorder
of the system. Overwork, loss of sleep,
nervous tension will be followed by ut
ter collnvse unless a reliable remedy
Is Immediately employed. There's noth
Init so ertlclvnt to cure disorder of th
liver or kidney a Electric llltUrs. It'
a wonderful tonic snd effective fiery-
ine and the greatest all around medt
cine for run down systems. It dispel
nervousness, rheumatism and neuralgia
and expels malarial germ. Only UK
and satisfaction guaranteed by Chas,
"I had a running, Itching sore on my
leg; suffered torture. Doan's Oint
ment took away the burning Itching,
Instuntly, and quickly effected perma
nent cure," C. W, Lenhart, Rowling
Green, O. For sale by Chas. Roger.
Prooosuls for beef and mutton: Of
fice Chief Commissary, Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., April . IMS. Seated
proposal for furnishing and delivering
fresh beef and mutton for six months
beginning July 1. 1503 will be received
here and at offices of commissaries at
Fort Stevens, Oregon; Boise Barracks,
Idaho; Fort Casey. Canby, Flagler,
Walla Walla, Wright, Worden, Lawton
and Vancouver Barracks, Wash., until
II a. m. May , 1903, and then opened.
Information furnished on application.
Envelopes containing proposals should
be endorsed "Proposal for Fresh Beef
and Mutton," and adddreed to com
missary of post to be supplied, or to
Col. F. R. Nye, chief com'y.
"Cure the cough and save the life."
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Byrup cure
cough and colds, down to th very
verge of consumption. For sale by
Chas. Rogers, druggist.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless little workers Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Millions are always at work,
night and day, curing Indigestion, bil
iousness, constipation, sick headache
and all stomach, liver and bowel
troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, ur.
Only 25 cents at Charle Roger' drug
IT SAVED HIS LEG.
P. A. Danforth of LaOrange, Ga.,
suffered for tlx months with a frightful
running sore on his leg; but write
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
cured it In Ave days. For ulcer,
wounds, piles, It's the beat salve In
the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 23
cents. Sold by Charles Rogers, drug
gist Diphtheria sore throat, croup. Inst
ant relief, permanent cure. Dr. Thom
as' Electric Oil. At nnv drua tore.
For sale by Chas. Romea A,.t
"Just In the nick of time our little
boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat
kins of Pleasant City, O. "Pneumonia
had played sad havoc with him and a
terrible cough set In besides. Doctors
treated him, hut he grew worse every
day. At length we tried Dr, Klng't
ew Discovery for consumption and
our darling vas saved. He's now sound
and well." Everybody ought to know,
It's the only sure cure for coughs,
colds and lung diseases. Guaranteed
by Charts Rogers, druggist. Price
60c and 11. Trial bottles free.
"Now good digestion waits on anpe
tlte, and health on both," If It doesn't
try Burdock Blood Bitters. For sale
by Charles Rogers, druggist.
Tkete tiny Capsule ire tuperioi
CURE IN 48 HOURS (WDfj
me tame diseases with-'
Md by ah I nrurfff,.
ItKDUCED SUM MRU EXCURH1CN
Th Denver Rio Orande popularly
known al th "eenl Wte of the
World ha announced greatly reduced
roundtrlp rate from raclfle cyust
points for the benefit of teacher who
will spend their vacation In th east.
and of delegate to all the prominent
conveiitlons-N, R. A at lloeton; A
O, V, W at St. Paul; B. V. O. R.. at
Uhntlmore; Woodmen of America at In
dlnnupolls; Kngle at New Yolk! Myt
Ic Bhiine at Harntoga Hprlngs; K
of at Louisville, and T. P. A. at In
dlsnftpolls. Tickets at reduced rate
will be based upon one fare for the
round rlp but will be sold only on the
certain days.' These tickets will carry
stopover privileges on the going trip,
Clvlng psnsenrer an opportunity to vl
It Salt Lake City, aim wood Spring
Colorado Spring and Denver; and will
be good to return any time within M
days. Passengers going via tbe tienver
St Illo Grand are given the privilege ol
returning via a different route. For
the rate to the point you wish to go,
nd for dates of sule nd other parti
culttr as well as for Illustrated pamph
let, write W. C. MeiminB. Oeneral
niiont. K4 Third street Portland Ore.
"THE POETRY OF TUB ORANOK.
."It appeal to you, when the fruit
hang rip and tweet on th tree late In
February, or early In March. Then th
htoeaome break out, and the tree are
yellow with golden globe, and whit
with orange flower. It may be that
a flurry ot now ha whitened the
mountain tops, and then you have en
artistic background for a tropical for
est. The air la full of sunshine, end
heavy with the fragrance a night
come on, and then, if the moon be
shining, you hear at midnight through
open window, the song of the mocking
bird In th scented grove, and It never
teemed so melodious before."
Aa experience Ilk thl I possible any
winter, and It I worth a Journey ot a
thousand mile, while you can have It,
by taking the cnlo Bhasto rout
throug the grand and plcturesiue 81s
kiyou and Shasta mountains, to south
em California. Con, plot Information
ul-oul the trip, and descriptive matter,
telling about California, may be had
from any Southern Pacific agent, or W,
E. Coman, Qen. Pas. Agt.. S. P. Co,,
Line In Oregon, Portland, Oregon.
LOW RATES TO
For the meeting of the Presbyterian
General Assembly to be held at Loe
Angeles. Calif.. May IS, to June 1, the
O. R. A N. Co. will tell round trip
ticket via steamer at the low rate of
135.70. , These tickets will be good go
ing on steamer leaving Aatorla on
May II and It and to return up to July
IS. A proportionately low rate will al
so be made via all rail from Portland
or by boat to San Francisco and from
thence Southern Paciflo to destination.
For further particular regarding date
rates and route, call on or adores
O. W. Lounsberry,
Agent, Astoria, Ore.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP RATES
Botween June 4th and August !th,
the Illinois Central will sell round trip
ticket from Oregon and Washington
points to Chicago Cairo, Memphis, and
New Orleans at Greatly reduced rate
Ticket good for three month. Going
limit 10 day. Returning limit 10 day
after starting west. Stop over privl
Ilges either way, west of the Missouri
river. Sale dates are arranged to be
convenient for delegates to conventions
of National Educational association at
Boston; Elks at Baltimore; Woodmen
at Indianapolis; Eagles at New York;
Shrlners at Saratoga; Knight of Pyth
In at Louisville and Commercial Trav
elers at Indianapolis. You can take
your choice of It different routes
Write us. We will cheerfully give you
any detailed Information you want. B
II. TRUMBULL, Commercial agent, 142
Third street, Portland Ore.
NORTH COAST LIMITED.
I only. run by th Northern Paciflo
between Portland and Minneapolis and
St. Paul, through Taooma, Seattle,
Rtnkan. Missoula. Butt. Livingston,
Billing, Bismark and Fargo. Eight
of these train are on th run dally,
four east and four wast. Each I a
mild veatlbuled train, carrying stand
ard Pullman tourist sleeper, dining
mall, expresa and
car, uay v;iw,
baggage car and the elegant observa
tion ear. Each train I brilliantly
lighted with over WO lights and the
beauty of It all l you can travel juai
cheaply on this train a on any
other. . All representative will be
glad to give you additional Informa
tion. A. D. Charlton, Assistant Oen
eral Pasaennr A sent tts Morrison St
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
- i , t
UtAVI fOklUANO j AKRIVI
a 00 ml Portland On on Deri, t 11 10 s ir
7 00 p m For Attoris snd way 9 40 p n
YiTaTii TTHrtuind"1iniio-Wiiy u ao a
10 p in Point lOHOpm
7 40 m
Flnvel, Kort Hievens,
Hammond and Aslorls
4 00p u,
II0 4M m
4W a m
HW s m
2 w n m
ReMliTe for Wsrreatun, M BO p id
Klsvsl, Hammond, fori 1 'JO p n
Steven snd Aitorl ' Itgis
All train make do oonneetlon at
Gobi with ail Northern Paciflo train
to and from the lOMt ana Bound
points. J. C. MAYO,'
Gent Freight and Pass, Agent
and Umon Pacific
Salt Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kantaa City
St Iula, Chicago
Halt Lake, Denver,
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kansaa City,
Bt, Louis, Chi
cage and East
St Paul, Duluth,
ago and East
1.U p. m,
70 hour from Portland to Chicago,
No change of car.
OCEAN AND IUVER BCHEDUbO.
From Astoria ?
All tailing date
subject to change.
For San Francis,
co every Ave day.
to Portland and
4; a. m.,
Steamer Nahcotta leavea Astoria, on
tide dally eacept Sunday for Ilwaco,
connecting there wltb train for Long
Beach, Tlgu and North Beach point.
Returning arrive at Astoria saint ev
O. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent
A. L. CRAIO,
General Passenger Agent,
ASK THE AGENT FOR
SPOKANE. BT. PAUL, DULUTH,
MINNEAPOLIS. CHICAGO AND
ALL POINTS EAST.
New Equipment Throughout Palace
and Tourist Sleeper, Dining and
Buffet, Smoking Library Car.
Daylight Trip Through th Cascade
and Rocky Mountain .
For Full Particulars, Rate, Folder,
Etc, Call on or Address
J. W. rilALON. II. DICKSON.
Trav. Pas. Agt. City Ticket Agt
123 Third Street, Portland.
413 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
A. D. C. DENNISTON, O. W. P. A.
A familiar name of th Chloaao.
Milwaukee V St. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union a the Great Railway
running the "Pioneer limited" train
every day and night between Bt. Paul
and Chloago, and Omaha and OMoago.
"rne only perfect train In th world,"
Understand; Connection are mad
with all transcontinental Unee, securing
to paasenger th best service known.
Luxurious ooaohaa, electric light, steam
neat, or a variety equaled by no other
See that your ticket read via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the Uulted Sta.te or Canada, All
ticket egent sell 4 ham. ,
For rates, pamphlet or other Infor-
. W. CASEY, H. 8. ROWE,
Trav. Paas. At.. : i ten. Art .
Portland, Ore. N Portland, Ore.
UXORIOUS 1 RAVEL
Th. "Northwestern Llmltd" trains.
electrlo lighted throughou', both Inside
and out, and steam heated, are with
out exception, tbe finest train la the
world. They embody the latest, reweat
and btst Idea (or comfort, convenience
and luxury ever offered the travelling
DUbllo. and altogether are the most
complete and splendid production cf the
car builder' art.
These splendid Train
Connect With .,
The Great Northern
Tbe Northern Pacific an.
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST, PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the CAST. .
No extra charge for the superior
acorn modatlon and all class of Uok
it ax available for passage on th
train on this line are Protected br tba
Interlocking Block Byatem, , ( . , , ,