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Miss Edith Ives, a bride of next
reek, was the guest of honor at two
1-retty affairs to-day. Miss Kate
Moulton entertained a group of young
women at luncheon at her home on
Third avenue S and later in the after
noon there was an informal tea at
which Mrs. Frank D. Blake ey of the
Wisconsin was hostess. The guests in
cluded the young matrons and the
younger women, special friends of the
Mrs. F. G. O'Brien entertained fifty
women at a reception this afternoon
at her home on Fifth avenue S for
Mis. Edward James O'Brien, a bride
of November. Red carnations and
ferns furnished a charmingly simple
decoration thru the rooms and in the
dining-room red tapers and ferns
made the table pretty. Mrs. O'Brien
and her daughter were assisted in re
ceiving by Miss Ruby Butcher and
Miss Eunice McMichael of St. Paul,
the maid of honor and one of the
bridesmaids at the wedding. Assist
ing thru the rooms were Mrs. J. A.
Harris and Rufus Button and Mmes.
Pajson Smith and Percy Gregory pre
sided at the table in the dining-room
and were aided by Misses Amy Tindall
and Alice McCourt The hours were
from 2 until 6 o'clock.
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Miss Blanche Boyer and Miss
Daisy Steele gave a parcel shower this
afternoon at the home of Miss Boyer
on Nicollet avenue for Miss Alice
Chadwick. whose marriage to F. Kirt
Boyer will take place next Wednesday.
The rooms were made beautiful with
ferns and carnations and the bride
received some charming gifts. They
were attached to a great Japanese
umbrella beneath which Miss Chad
wick was seated in a chair decked
with ribbons and flowers and as a
group of girls danced around her the'
gifts fell into her hands. This even
ing Mr. Boyer and a group of his men
friends as well as several married peo
ple will Join the young women and
about forty guests will be present.
Monday evening Fred Gould will
give a dinner of thirteen covers for
Mr. Boyer at his home on Fourth
street SE, and after dinner the bride
groom will be given a hose shower.
Miss Stella Mueller gave a luncheon
of twelve covers this afternoon at her
home, 2118 Fourth street S, for Miss
Grace E. Matchan. The guests were
the Silent Twelve, a club to which the
bride belongs, and the decorations
were all in the club colors, red and
yellow. Carnations formed the cen
terpiece and a cluster of bride roses
tied with red satin ribbons marked the
bride's place. After the luncheon
there was a granite shower and Master
Doyglas McClain brought in the gifts
in a little wagon decked in red and
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. James
Riley gave a dinner for Miss Matchan
and Mr Washburn Covers were l*.id
tor ten and carnations and ferns car
iied out a color scheme of red and
green The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Dorey Sherwin, the Misses Mayo, Miss
Matchrin, Mr. Washburn and L. C.
Matchan. Mrs. Sherwin will be Miss
Mat*.ban's matron of honor and Mr.
Matchan will be the best man. Mrs.
Joseph Sullivan will give a dinner for
the bridal couple this evening.
A sleighing party will be given this
evening by Misses Ethel Smith, Irene
Buckley, Hazel King and Georgia
A quiet wedding took place last eve
ning at the parsonage of the "Vine
CongiNsgational church, when Mrs.
Mary A. Ballard and George Selleck
wete married. Rev. John S. Rood
iead the service Mr. and Mrs Sel
leck will make their home on Cedatr
avenue, near Lake street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Nordale entertained
Monday evening at their home on
Twenty-seventh avenue in honor of
the twenty-first anniversary of the
birthday of their son, Theodore.
Games were played and refreshments
were served. Present were Misses
Agnes Lewis, Alvida Linwood, Jose
phine Haroldson, Florence Peters,
Effie Swanson, Ida Lewis, Alma Carl
boom, Tllma Linwood, Emma Carl
boom, Emma Haroldson, Anna Ander
son, Mina Carlboom, Grace Nordale,
Annie Carlboom, Florence Nordale,
Hilda Nordale Messrs. J. E. Ed
wards, L. C. Caby, A. Barquist, J.
Scheelen, H. Johnson, A. Haroldson,
A. Anderson, H. Nelson, C. Onstrand,
C. Broman, H. Hegman and J. Nor
The newly elected officers of the
Epworth league of Wesley church
were the guests of honor Monday
evening at a reception in the church
parlors. The guests were received by
A. F. Benson, C. K. Saue and the
members of a committee. The deco
rations were in red and white, the
league colors. Re. J. S. Montgomery
gave a talk, and music and readings
were contributed by Misses Edna
Dunn, Bessie McKeen, Mrs. E. F.
Smith, Mrs. W. E. Ford and C. R.
The marriage of Miss Beatrice
Wallow and Harry W. Shuman of
Excelsior, Minn., was quietly solem
nized last evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse W. Shuman in the
Normandie. Only the immediate rela
tives were present, and the service
was read by Rev. S. D. Hutsinpiller.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Geesaman and family haye removed to
2118 Tlilid avenue N
Mine Lynn of 520 Nicollet avenue baa gone
east to be absent until March 10
Mr and Mrs J. A Modlsette and Miss Kate
Modisette of Tenth stieet S left Monday eve
nliig for Florida.
Nora lodge, 33, will give a progressive
cinch paity this evening In the lodge rooms,
t'^dar and Washington avenues S.
Li//.it Kice irele. Ladles of the A
will hold i card part} tomorrow evening at the
home of Mis. Mortimer, 6 Eleventh street N.
The \onng people of the Church of the Re
dcmei will he entertained to-morrow evening .\t
the home of S A Reed, 17 Fifteenth street N
is Gillette will leave Monday for San Fran
cisco to uil on the Korea Jan 25, with
Koon Gilflllan, Jr and John S. Plllsbury
for Honolulu and Japan. Mr. Gillette will re
turn in MaN
Minneapolis people at New York hotels are as
follows St Denis Wadsworth Hol
1 ind Watson Peadwood. S Broadway
Central Morris. Mankato, Minn Impe
perlal, Burton DuluthBroadway Central,
Bloss, Albert, P. Schlamat, M. J.
All Souk' Social clnb will hold its monthly so
cial io All Souls' church, Eighth avenue, be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets SE, to-morrow
evening Professor Wilde will give a short ad
dress on "The Test of Religious Truth." and
there will be a shoit musical program and re
MRS. PALMER'S DENIALS.
New Yoi k, Jan 13 Mrs Potter Palmer
of Chicago was a passenger on the
Deutschland, which arrived to-day, after
a stormy passage Mrs Palmer said:
"The proposition of my leaving America
for residence in Paris is so attsurd that
I do not care to discuss it. The idea of
my marrying the prince of Morroco is
Early straw models for people go
ing south can be found at Phillips'
CLUBS AND CHARITIES
Thursday club, Mrs. George Huntington,
2600 Third avenue S, 2:30 p. m.
CLUB SOCIAL LIFE
Special Gatherings With Interesting
Programs of Music and Toasts.
Westminster Social circle held its reg
ular monthly thimble bee yesterday at
the home of Mrs. H. L. Day, 155 Lin
den avenue. The -thimble bee and
work meeting changed places on ac
count of Mrs. Day's plans to leave
soon for California. The program of
entertainment included piano music
by Miss Smith, conundrums, verses
with omitted words and other tests
of mental activity. As there were
many strangers present, the president,
Mrs. C. S. Fay, explained the purposes
and plans of the organization The
refreshments were so unusual as to
deserve mention for their value in
giving ideas to other hostesses. They
A\ere: Warm biscuit, strawberry jam,
cottage cheese, coffee cake, dough
nuts and coffee. Mrs. J. S. Porteous
and Mrs. S. H. Hall poured coffee, and
Mrs. Wilham -Day and Mrs. F. B.
Burchard served, assisted by Mmes.
F. T. Corriston, H.'L. Chadwick and
Frederick Wurtzbach. There were
fifty-one guests present.
The Elective Study club was en
tertained at its midwinter luncheon
by Mrs. Compton in her pretty apart
ments at the Soldiers' Home. The
luncheon table was decorated with
ferns and red carnations, and the
plate cards, prepared by Miss Beaulah
Clark, were decorated with pen and
ink sketches of Gibson heads. Mmes.
Harris, C. a Wright, Nelson, Benton,
Fullerton, McCook and Dinsmore re
sponded to toasts proposed by the
president, Miss Robinson. In these
responses deep feeling was so blended
with wit, humor and quaint conceits
that the guests listened sometimes
with smiles and mirth, sometimes with
moistened eyes. The singing of old
songs later in the parlor emphasized
the feeling that club life binds mem-
All Remnants at* Great.
600 yards 2 7 inch All Sil Taffet.a i. broken
line of colors.. .mostly in shades of red.
These sold regularly at $1 a yard.
Thursday's clearance price, yard
Bleached Table Damask
60-inch all bleached Jamask
bers in close and lasting relation
The Argosy program yesterday was
one of unusual interest, French mu
sic being the subject. Mrs. C. E.
Knapp had charge of the program and
gave a paper on ^French Composers
and Singers." This was illustrated
with songs by Miss Ednah Hall ptano
solos, Miss Irene Wood, and violin
solos by Miss Jcfsephirie Curtiss. The
composers whose woi^ks were* present
ed were Gounod, Chaminade, Gluck,
Saint Saens, Massanet, Thomas Thome
Minneapolis nive, No. 60, O. T. M.,Lean,
installed its new officers last evening in
the, lodge partops. Mrs. Welch, the state
commander, conducted the ceremonies and
the floor work, was in charge of Floral
hive. Mrs. Welch was presented with a
fan and Mrs, Shiming, the past command
er, with a silver baking dish The offi
cers installed were: Lady commander,
Mrs Youngblood past commander, Mrs.
Shiming, lieutenant commander, Mrs
Beivernick, record keeper, Mrs. Mitchell
finance keeper, Mrs. Adams chaplain,
Mrs Cooper, sergeant, Miss Anderson
mistress at arms, Mrs. Record sentinel,
Mrs Ekers, picket, Mrs Thielen.
hTe Samaritan and Beneficent degree of
Nicollet council No. 11, Modern Samari
tans, held a joint public installation of of
ficers in Columbus hall Monday evening."
The ceremonies were conducted by Lud
vig Arctander, imperial high priest, and
staff The officers elected in the Samaritan
degree were as follows
Good Samaritan, Don E. McLennan
past good samantan, A. S. Porter vice
good samaritan, B. E. McClain scribe,
W. Stanford financial scribe, C. A.
Guffin treasuier, Henry Voegeli, medical
examiner, Dr E Wanous, high priest,
Dr Gorgpn, levite, Murphy junior
messenger, "tHark chief messenger.
C. L. Pierce, centurion, C. E. Rennison
watchman, Gooch trustee, Oscar
Those of the beneficent degree were:
Lady good samaritan, Mrs Julia Voegeli,
lady past good samaritan, Mrs Elizabeth
McLennan lady vice good samaritan, Mrs.
Dolly Arctander, lady scribe, Mrs Mary E.
Slye, lady medical examiner, Dr Mary
Towers, lady high priestess, Mrs. ShuHle
worth, lady levite, Mrs Carrie Wassex
Our Annual January
Musli Underwear Sale...
The sale that has merited success
by the lowest prices... the wide range of styles... the great
varieties.. .the complete assortments.. .and above all the
reliable qualities no matter how low the price.
These still further reduced prices spec'l for Thursday only.
Good Muslin Gowns Hubbard
style, yoke finished with tuck
ing. Special Thursday,
Trimmed Muslin Gowns in
high or low neck, made extra
large and full. Special
Thursday, each 8
Gowns of fine Cambric. Gretch
en or Hubbard styles, lace or
embroidery trimmed. Q|/-r
Special Thursday, each ..OIC
A well selected line of Gowns,....
in cambric and najnsook, in the
slip-over style, high or low
neck, well trimmed. %/\c
Special Thursday, each VOC-
Skirts in full length .made with ruffle, fin
ished with hemstitched hem or lace, -j A^,
Special Thursday, each OT'C'
Black and Fancy Silks.. .Velvets...
72-inch all linen bleached satin Dam
ask, fine, heavy gradefc 75c value.
Sale price, CE
72-inch all linen beached satin Dam
ask, fine grade, $1.00 value.
Sale price, yard
jffif*%tffiK Vfl rftfflS
_.-.*. ~4. ----i...sof
Plain Colored All Silk Taffetas. ..washable
and guaranteed to wear, soft finished, in
25 different colors. They sell regularly at
59c a yard.. .Thursday's clearance
sale price, yard 43c
Fancy Silks in good heavy quality, .are ex
tra strong, for skirts, waists or lining pur
poses. Regular prices $1 and $1.25 a yard
.Thursday's clearance sale price,
Remnants and Short Lengths
of Fancy Silks a* all Silk "}Or
Pongees, at, yard
2 inch Fine Blac. Twill Foulards...soft
and silky. Our regular $1.19 qual
ity. .Thursday special, yard
36 inch Black Taffeta. ..wear guarantee
woven on the selvage. Our,$1.25 d*| A
quality. Special Thursday, yd. *P 1 vIO
Fancy Silks in cream and dark colors with
small, neat figures. Regular 25c |A_
quality... Special Thursday 1VC*
$2 Fancy Figured Panne Velvets...Thurs-
day clearance price, choice Afs^
at yard UVC
$1 Washable Velutinas. ..in small, neat
figures. ..Priced to close Thurs- PA^
day at half, yard OvfC'
Black Silk Remnants
of Taffetas and Peau de Soies, in skirt and
waist lengths to clear out they are all re
duced to VERY LOW PRICES.
Unbleached Table Damask...
58-inch wiQe unbleached Table Dam
ask, good gradeSale 0 1
60 inches wide all linen unbleached
Table Damask, heavy durable grade,
50c valueSale price, ^Or
70 inches wide, all Linen unbleached
Table Damask, extra weight, 75e
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
zleher lady chief messenger, Miss Clara
mae Pierce lady junior messenger, Miss
Bessie Slye lady centurion, Mrs. Mathilda
Roenish, lady musician, Mrs. Elizabeth
After the installation ceremonies, a short
program of speeches and music was fol
lowed by informal dancing.
Federation Breakfast Tickets.
The official announcements of the mid
winter federation breakfast Feb. 12, have
been issued These announce that tick
ets will be placed on sale Jan 25 and the
sale will close Feb. 9. The tickets, which
will be one dollar, may be obtained of the
district vice president, Mrs. W. B. Mac
2505 Portland avenue, or at the Met
ropolitan Music store.
Rev. G. L. Morrill Will Speak.
Rev. G. L. Morrill *will speak to young
people at the meeting of the Tabernacle
Success club this evening in the church,
Twenty-third avenue and Eighth street S.
For Convenience of Shoppers
In the up-town district The Journal
has a branch office in the Donaldson's
Glass Block in the office in front of
the new elevator on the main floor.
Want ads, social items and subscrip
tions will be received.
CHURCHES MAY UNITE
Franklin Avenue M. E. Church May Join
Forces with Simpson.
Simpson Methodist church, which is
planning to build a new house of wor
ship, has extended an invitation to the
Franklin Avenue Methodist church lo
unite with it Possibly the Franklin ave
nue structure, which was damaged by fire
recently, may not be rebuilt It is near
the well established First Presbyterian
and Park Avenue Congregational churches.
Corset Covers in cambric and
muslin, made in Marguerite
style. Special 10r*
Thursday, each kJLK^
Cambric and Muslin Corset Cov
ers a large assortment, lace
or embroidery trimmed, in tight
fitting or full front style. -n
Special Thursday, each.^OC
Cambric and Nainsook Covers....
with lace insertion and edging,
or Hamburg ruffles. Extra large
and full. Special
Thursday only, each.
A large and well made line of
Corset Covers in cambric
and nainsook, trimmed with
fine laces, embroideries,-bead
ing, and ribbons. ^r
Special Thursday, eachOOC-
A Successfu Sal of Linen sand White Good
There is every reason why this sale should be the gratifying success it is.
We show the only complete the best selected and by far the biggest stocks ever gathered under one roof in the Northwest,
that is the fact that we are giving the
Best values in Linens, Domestics and White Goods of ail kinds.
We mention a few items .Fresh new lots added for Thursday.
Muslin Skirts. .made with deep flounce with
lace or Hamburg ruffles. finished rj^,
with under dust ruffle. Thurs., each O/W
At a meeting last night in the First Pres
byterian church only a small majority
were in favor of maintaining the organ
ization. The insurance of $3,000 has been
paid, but it is thought that it will take
loom $4,000 to $7,000 for the proper re
pairs. A decision will not be made until
after the next quarterly conference
Meanwhile the Sunday school and evening
services will be held at the Park avenue
church, the Sunday school in the after
THIS BLUE SIGNATURE
THE BEST KNOWNKNOWN AS THE BEST.
NONE SUC MINCEMEAT
In 10c Packages tfith List of Valuable Premiums
Clearanc Sal of Silks, Dres Goods, Linings...
This announcement will be welcome news to the women of the Twin Cities and vicinity.
At this time we take the opportunity to make a thoro clean-up of all small lots, broken assortments, discontinued
lines, odds and ends and remnants in our Silk/ Black and Colored Dress Goods and Lining Departments.
Our stocks are in unusually good condition. The ftts as mentioned above are all this season's goods, including a great many of the very late novelties.
We have reduced prices to an average of about half
Among themSilks.. .$1.00 Taffetas at 39c. .$1.25 Fancy Silks at 69c.. .$1.19 Foulards at 59c. Colored Dress Goods, 55c values at 29c.. .$1.00values at 59c.. .$1.75 to
$2.25 values at 98c.. .$2.50 Finest Imported Novelties at $1.25. Black Dress Goods.. .25c values at 19c.. .$3.00 Fine Imported Novelties, etc., at 98c. Linings.. .12|c
Taffetas at 5c.. .10c Fast Black Percalines at 6c.. .35c Moreens at 19c.
Come Thursday expecting the greatest values ever offered. your expectations will be more than
fulfilled Remember These extraordinary reductions are for Thursday only.
Colore Dress Goods
50c and 55c Dress Goods including
many styles. Special Thursday ^Q^
only, yard Jui"\*
75c, 85c and $1.00 Colored Dress Goods
including light and dark Worsted,
Voiles, Etantines, etc., all priced JZf\r*
special for Thursday at, yard Ov/L/
$1.00 and $1.50 Plain and Novelty Goods
including Zibelines, Tweeds, Nub
Worsteds, etc. Thursday H^Lr
special, choice at, yard /uC
$1.75 to $2.25 Imported Zibelines, Skirt
ings, Tweeds, Broadcloths and Novelty
Dress Goods grouped in one lot, and
priced special for Thursday O&r*
only, at yard VOC
$2.50 Finest Imported Novelties
reduced to just half, for d*
Thursday only, yard ^71 &
Bleached Pure Linen Napkins, $g
size, fine, heavy grade, $1.25 value.
Sale price,\ Q&r
Old Homespun Unbleached Napkins,
23-inch size, durable grade, $1.35
value. Sale price, d?-g f\f\
Fine Mercerized Bleached Napkins,
20-inch size, $1.50 value. Ort (\f\
Sale price, dozen ^7Iv/lJ
IBEWAR E OF "JUSTAS COODSl
Program at 9
Instructions at 8.
A'Ugustine Fla High class house. Fine St
location, modern improvements
able. A. N Blair
MCOIOJETAVE-FlRSfTAVE 50-F1FTH ST
Drawers... Drawers of good muslinmade
with deep hemstitched flounce.
Muslin Drawers made with
flounce finished with hem
stitched tucking or lace inser
tion. Special Thursday, '-y-i
per garment J*
Cambric Drawers made with
flounce finished with cluster
tucking and lace edge. Some
with Hamburg ruffle. ii
Special Thurs.,garment UTt
Drawers of nainsook and cambric
.trimmed with deep ruffles
of *mbroidery or lace insertion
''Jtod edging. Thi in extra
specisiline a AHc
JANUARY 13, 1904.~- l^^2a83k
$27.50 Near Seal Jackets..$22.50
35.00 Near Seal Jackets.. 29.50
37.50 Near Seal Jackets.. 32.50
50.00 Near Seal Jackets.. 43.75
55.00 Near Seal Jackets.. 47.50
29.50 Astrakhan Jackets. 25.00
Dress Skirts, Suites.
Dress Skirts. .Made
cheviots, homespuns, broad
cloths, plain cheviots, voiles
and fancy mixtres.. .beautifully
trimmed with taffeta and satin
folds, black and colors. Our
regular prices were $10, $9.50
and $8.75. Clear- dj^T ^e
anee price, choice.. Pv) %J
Suits. handsome, new style
skirts, walking ordress lengths
coats long skirt effects, lined
with Skinner's satin, made of
fine materials. Our regular
prices were $25.00, $23.75 and
price, choice plO
Black Dress Goods
Pillow Casing, Sheetings,
Bleached 45-inch Pacific Pillow Casing,
14c valueSale price,
42-inch Bleached Pepperell or Lock
wood Pillow Casing, values to 11*
14cSale price, yard 1IC
Mill Remnants of Heaviest* Standard
Unbleached Sheeting, 1 to 3 yard
lengths, 8c valuesSale
price, yard OC-
25c Black Dress Goods...in plain and neat, small rv
Jacquard effects, Thursday's clearance price, yard, 1UC
39c Black Brilliantine...40 inches wide, in neat, small p
designs... Thursday's clearance price, yard MIZJ\*
52-inch Black Cheviot...heavy, strong and finely finished.
Our regular69c quality, Thursday only, special AClr*
Fine Silk and Mohair Black Novelties...Fine Silk and Mohair
Grenadine effects...Fine French Twine Voiles and Nub
Fine, sheer French Voile and many novelty weaves, worth
up to $3.00 a yard... Thursday's clearance price, flQsv
54-inch Black Sicilian...very bright and silky finish. Our
regular 59c quality...Thursday only, special at ATJc
Remnants of Black Goods
In skirt, dress, and waist lengths
B4-.OQ, &5.00 and $6.00 Shoes for
Your choice of any pair of ladies' or gents' Shoes in our big & A
window some $4.00, $5.00 and up to $6.00, for %P%9m*9
illBOBJEiilu ll S S17 Nicollet *ygff.
W.DUs 50 pairs $6.00 Laird, Shober & Co.'
Patent I leather But- ffo A gtffr
Men's $5 fine Kanga- A P" fk
TOO Lace% brown vici JAA-QIJ
lined throughout, now.
Men's $5.00 Patent gfeA Eft
Colt, lace and button, 3ft EiO
Men's $4.00 Leather Ifetffe Efll
Lined Lace, cut down m SIU
Men's Waterproof English Grain
Lace with oil tanned gjfc #fc A
*soles, worth $4.00, jfc Q(J
$5.00 fur-trimmed & 0 Cfl
Carriage Boots, UUBUU
50 pairs Ladies' Patent Ideal Kid
Lace, welted soles, A A P"fl
regular $5.00 shoes, Qd-alJ
50 pairs Ladies' Dull Kid Lace
Boots, plain toes, A A P"A
regular $5.00 boots, Jk 911
100 pairs Ladies' Felt A A A
Romeo, hand-sewed ^kl llll
soles, now l|riiww
Men's $5.00 Enamel A A Ffl
With every pair of Shoes, ladies or gents,
A NIOE SH9NINQ OUTFIT
Nearing the finish...Our Clearance of
Suits, Skirts, Coats, Furs
At this bona-fide price-reduced sale you are offer-
ed the greatest values ever quoted on seasonable
goods. Don't put off buying. You may regret it.
No refunds, no exchanges, no lay-bys, no C. O. D.'s
during this clearing out sale.
Fur Jackets Under Priced.
$35.00 Astrakhan Jackets.$31.50
$39.50 Astrakhan Jackets. 34.50
$45.00 Astrakhan Jackets. 39.50
$50.00 Astrakhan Jackets. 44.50
$43.75 Krimmer Coats 37.50
$50.00 Krimmer Coats... 43.75
$55 Krimmer Blouse Coats 43.75
Winter Coats made of the
finest kerseys, in all the very
newest styles, in black and col
ors, lined thruout in Skinner's
satin our regular prices were
$18.50, $17.50, $16.50 and $15.
Winter Coats. .handsome mili
tary styles, deep cape effects,
lined thruout with fine satin,
made of fine kerseys and zibel
ines in black and colors. Regu
lar prices were $14.50, $13.75
and$12.50. ..Clear- *-rg
ance price, choice. PO/0
AT VERY LOW PRICES TO CLOSE.
Sanitary Mea Dept.
Under management of
We sell exactly what we advertise.
Boiling Beef, pound 3
Rib Boiling, pound 4
Chuck Roast, pound 6
Pot Roast, pound 8
Sirloin and Porterhouse
Steak, lb 12
soles, now ^r^ww
& H. Green Trading Stamps
With all Cash Purchases.
3 6-inch Lining Taffeta in
gray, red, green and purple.
Our regular 12Jc quality...
to close Thursday,
36-inch fast black Percaline,
fine, soft and strong, regular
lOd quality.. .Thurs
day at yaid 6c
Bengaline, Imperial and Ori
ental Moreens in odd colors
..Regular 35c quality... to
close Thursday, |A.
of all kinds and colors. Worth
f^om 15c to 35c a yard, .to
close Thursday, all at
Nicollet Arcade and Fifth
Good Western Beef and Fresh Pig Pork
which we will sell at Special Prices Thursday.
Pig Pork Shoulder, lb....7&c
Pig Pork Butts, lb 8&G
Pig Po~k Loin, lb 9&
Pig Pork Sausage (with
Oxford seasoning).... 12&o
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps, Thursday, Jan. 14, with cash
purchases and telephone C. 0. D. orders, in the Meat Dept. only.
T0i0i,rto"" N.i W. Main 1237-1275.
Deliveries to all parts
of the city.