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10 a. m. to
11 a. m. to
12 m. to
1 p. m. to
2 p. m. to
3 p. m. to
4 p. m. to
5 p. m. to
6 p. m. to
At Better Than Your Own Price.
Extraordinary Special Sale
Any and every piece of Cut Glass, Sterling
Silverware, Silver Plated Ware, Clocks and
JBric-a-Brac selected from our immense stock
for this purpose, there being 100 pieces in
all, consisting of the choicest pieces of the
different lines, will be on sale at the regu
lar retail prices until Saturday,
May 20th, at 10 A. M.
After that hour a reduction of 10 per cent
every hour will be made so long as a piece
is left in stock.
If the Retail Price of the Article is $10.00
cent of Retail Price.... $9.00
11 a. m. 90 per
12 hi. 80 per
1 p. m, 70 per
2 p. m. 60 per
3 p. m. 50 per
4 p. 40 per
5 p. m. 30 per
6 p. m. 20 per
7 p. m. 10 per
7 p. m. to
cent of Retail Price 8.00
cent of Retail Price 7.00
cent of Retail Price 6.00
cent of Retail Price 5.00
cent of Retail Price 4.00
cent of Retail Price 3.00
cent of Retail Price 2.00
cent of Retail Price 1.00
8 p. m. FREE.
First choice of any piece that is not sold at 7 p. m.
on day of sale will be given absolutely free to the
customer making the largest purchase during the
day. Second choice to next highest and so on
until the five largest purchasers have made their
SALE FOR GASH ONLY
R. G. WINTER JEWELRY GO.
327 Nicollet Avenue.
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37 Styles Worsted Suits
28 Styles Cheviot Suits
23 Styles Scotch Suits
$12, $l3.5o, $l4 Suits, Top Coats and Raincoats,
$9.71. Our own make, "Imperial Brand"
1 8 Quaker Gray Suits,
#18 True Blue Serge Suits,
$20 Cheviot Suits,
$20 Worsted Suits,
$2 2.So Scotch Suits,
$20 Cassimere Suits,
Men's Summer Furnishings
Irish Linen Negligee Shirts in tans and blues at $1.50.
Imported Madras Negligee Shirts, clocked effects, $ 2.
Men's fancy and white vests in single or double breast
ed, light or dark effects, at $1, $1.50 to $5.
Extra special men's half hoseblacks, tans, blues,
slate, 15c value, 5c.
Special sale in men's shaw-knit hose absolutely the
best wearing hose on the market, 25c.
Baltrigga Underwear in blues, pinks and ecrus, si^k
faced, pearl buttons, at $1.00.
New four-in-hand neckwear, all shades and designs,
2V2 inches wide, at 50c.
Leather Belts, harness stitching, black or tan, at 50c.
New summer shapes Airow Brand quarter-size col
lars, at 2 for 25c.
Negligee Shirts, light or dark shades, cuffs attached
or detached, at $l.GO.
26 Styles Spring Overcoats
26 Styles Raincoats
Every size to fit any man
From a Foremost Maker.
FOB HALL OF FAME
New York University Issues List
of Those from Whom Electors
Are to Make Selections.
New York, May 19.Men of all sorts
and conditions are mentioned as candi
dates for a place among the immortals
in the Hall of Fame, of New York uni
versity, in a list which has oust been is
sued by the senate of the institution.
The electors on July 1 will choose twen
ty-six names as appropriate ones for
placing on the tablets.
The names of famous inventors, poets,
business men, authors and publicists
are on the list, and there are to be spe
cial niches for famous Americans of for
The famous American women of na
tive birth include Louisa May Alcott,
writer of children's stories Pocahon
tas, who led a life filled with stirring
incidents: Mrs. "Dolly" Madison and
Emma Willard. Among the native
American men candidates are:
Authors, George Bancroft, Oliver
Wendell Holmes, Francis Scott Key,
Amos Lawrence, James Eussell Lowell,
John Lothrop Motley, Francis Parkman,
Wendell Phillips, Edgar Allan Poe,
John Greenleaf Whittier, William Lloyd
Garrison, Horace Greeley, William Cul
len' Bryant, James Fenimore Cooper,
William H. Prescott and Noah Webster.
Editor, George W. Childs architect,
Henry H. Bichardson actor, Edwin
Forrest banker, William W. Corcoran
merchant, Johns Hopkins engineers,
James B. Eads and George Henry Cor
Educators, Thomas Gallaudet,
Elias Loomis, Mark Hopkins, S. G.
Howe, Eliphalet Nott, Francis Wayland
and Theodore Woolsey explorers,
Daniel Boone, David Crockett, Manas
seh Cutler, John Charles Fremont, Sam
uel Houston, Elisha Kent Kane, Meri
wether Lewis, Marcus Whitman inven
tors, Alvan Clark, Charles Goodyear,
Samuel Gutherie, Richard M. Hoe, Cy
rus Hall McCormick, James Eumsey,
Horace Wells, Elias Howe, Alfred Vail.
Jurists, Rufus Choate. Oliver Ells
worth, Edward Livingston, ftoger
Taney missionaries, David Brainerd,
Eli Smith, Adoniram Judson preachers,
Archibald Alexander, Albert Barnes,
Horace Bushnell, Phillips Brooks, Peter
Cartwright, Timothy Dwight, Charles
Hodge, Cotton Mather, Matthew Simp
son, Henry B. Smith, Lyman Beecher,
Theodore Parker sculptors, Hiram Pow
ers, Ephraim McDowell, Patrick Mc
Dowell. Thomas Crawford painters,
John S. Copley, William Morris Hunt,
scientist Alexander D. Bache, Spencer
F. Baird, Nathaniel Bowditch, Joseph
Henry, Edward Hitchcock, Matthew
Statesmen, John Quincv Adams, Sam
uel Adams, Thomas H. Benton, James
G. Blaine, John C. Calhoun, Salmon
Chase, De Witt Clinton, John1
Patrick Henry, Andrew Jackson, John
Jay, James Madison, James Monroe,
Charles C. Pinkney, William H. Seward,
Roger Sherman, Alexander H. Stephens
and Charles Sumner.
Soldiers and Sailors, John Brown', Na
thaniel Green, Nathan Hale, George G.
Meade, Oliver Hazard Perry, David D.
Porter, Philip Schuyler, Winfield Scott,
Philip H. Sheridan. Zachary Taylor, W.
T. Sherman and Stephen Decatur.
The Model Warranted soft and stiff hats in
blacks, browns and grays. In all the new
blends of summer colorings new shapes
equal in quality to most $2.50 hats. Spe
.Model Special Hats in soft and stiff in
black, brown and gray in all the very
latest styles in zephyr weights hats made
by the best manufacturers. Ejqual in value
to any $5 agency hat. Special, $3.00.
M&-'s Patent Corona Colt Shoes and Oxfords, made of
Baker's'' perfection high grade patent leather which always
remains pliable and not likely to crack, mat. kid tops, rock
oak soles, inside and outer English "back stay, popular glove
fitting last, "button, lace and blucher our regular $5.00 quali
ties, special, Saturday, $3.50.
Men's Tan Eussia Calf Oxfords, custom made, live oak
soles, tan kid trimmed and finished, circular vamp, military
heel, perforated tip, straight Lenox or Harvard curved last
special for Saturday, $3.50.
NICOUiET AND THIRD.
Remarkable Clothes Purchase
May Clearance Sale
Scores of shrewd shoppers are now taking advan
tage of the low prices we are now offering. The influx
of our midsummer styles in linen and other tub# suits
and summer fabrics compels us to offer the balance of
our spring stock of Tailored Suits and Covert Jackets
at prices in most eases way below cost of making.
Suits of Drap d'Ete, Eolienne, Voiles, Siciliennes, Panamas,
fancy checks, taffeta and other spring fabrics former prices
$50, $60 and $75now $35, $40 andd
Suits that were $35 and $45, now $25
Suits that were $22 and $25, now
Suits that were $18, now
Writes Letter to Girl Bedridden
Sinci a Trolley Smash Two
COVERT JACKETSJackets that were $10, now
Jackets that were $15, now $T.SO
Jackets that were $20 and $25, now $13.50
SEPARATE SKIRTS of Panama Cloth, Serge and Fancy Mix
tures, former prices, $8.50, $9.50 and $10.50, now $7.50
Miss Madeline Sinsheimer, the only
one of the survivors of the Clifton ave
nue grade crossing accident two years
ago in Newark, in which nine High
school pupils were killed, is still an in
valid from injuries received at that
time. She was removed last week from
the house of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph New
man, at 254 Fairmount avenue, Newark,
to the orthopedic hospital, in Philadel
phia. She cannot walk, and it was
in the hope that by a special course
of treatment she might regain the use
of her legs that she was taken to Phil
adelphia on the advice of Dr. L. E
HolliSter, her physician, and a noted
nerve specialist of New York. No hope
of complete recovery is held out to
Some time ago Samuel L. Clemens.
known to fame as Mark Twain, became
interested in the case of Miss Sins
heimer, and he wrote to her a pleasant
letter, in which he said, in part:
I wish I could take you sound and
whole out of your bed and break the
legs of those officials and put them in it
to stay there. In my spirit I am merci
ful and would not break the necks and
backs, also, as some who have no feel-
1, 1. LYNCH. President GEORGE E. CRIST, Vioe President. T. L. DICKINSON, Secretary.
J. F. NICHOLSON. Treasurer. A. M. NORDSTROM, Director.
Bargains even better than printer ink can tell.
By far the grandest clothes values we have ever presented. Every style, every shape, every shade, every fabric, every cut and every size.
Mid Season Hat Fashions
New summer styles in John B. Stetson's
light weight hats. In all their new shades,
$5.00, $4.00 and $3.50.
Continuance of Gordon's sample cap sale.
We cleaned up 500 of Gordon's celebrated
caps that were used as travelers' samples
caps that retailed up to $2.00. The entire
lot, men's and boys' caps, placed on ale
Saturday at 48c.
Basement Shoe Room Specials
ing. May you get well, and soon. Sin
cerely yours. S. L. Clemens.''
During the two years of confinement
to her room many friends of Miss Sins
heimer called regularly to see her. To
avoid painful farewells, which might ex
cite her so that she would be unfitted
for the journey to Philadelphia, no one
was told of the plan to take her there.
After she had gone this note was found
in her room:
"Find, Faithful Friends: My going
away is so sudden and unexpected that
I scarcely know what to do or say:
therefore, please don't misjudge me and
think me unappreciative and secretive,
for the fact is I dread saying goodby.
To one and all I say no goodby, but
'auf wiedersehen.' Madeline."
GAN GROW ORANGES
Topeka, Kan., May 19.Victor Mur
dock, representative in congress from
the eighth Kansas district, says that it
will be only a few years until Kansas
will produce oranges.
Experiments have been made by the
agricultural department," said Mr.
Murdock, which show that across be
tween the Florida and the Japanese or
ange can be grown in this climate. I
is now grown as far north as this in the
eastern part of the country. I do not
believe the orange could be produced
successfully in northern Kansas, but in
the southern part of the state and in
Oklahoma it would be a good crop. I
has been demonstrated that this orange
will stand zero weather, and that is
about as cold as we get it down our
Strong $18, $20 and $22.5o Values for $15
18 Gray Top Coats,
18 Tan Top Coats,
$20 Elysian Top Coats,
$20 Vicuna Overcoats,
$18 Waterproof Raincoats,
$20 Waterproof Raincoats,
Men's Velour Calf Shoes, black or tan, lace and bluch
er, new Potay or bulldog toe, single or double oak
tanned viscolized soles, fast colored eyelets, full back
stay inside and out, $2.50.
Boys' Western Qalf Shoes, guaranteed one piece in
ner and outer sole, hand sewed, half double sole.
Solid leather heel and counters. Saturday $1.50.
THE SNAPPIEST OF THEM ALL
WHEN YOU SSE OUR
OUR PRICES RIGHT. YOU'LL SAY SO.
A Knoblauch & Sons
Men's Tan Russia Blucher
Oxfords and Bals, cr r*
new PoUys 1/1/
Men* S Tan Russia Blucher
Oxfords and Bals, ir"^ ry)
Men's Russia Calf Oxfords
and Bals,Goodyear ry)
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Men's Tan Calf r /.Q
Lace Shoes, only..
Men's Satin Calf Laee QQ/%
Boys' Tan Calf
Boys' Bicycle Calf Lace
can't wear out %1 L.Q
Boys' Satin Calf
Shoes, 98c and 88c
way. As soon as the fruit becomes ac
climated it undoubtedly can stand colder
GLENWOOD, WISMary Corik, a senior in
the high school, died this week. She was au
orphan and had struggled bravely to educate her
self. So devoted was she to her studies that she
requested that her schoolbooks be buried with
Recently in London a cracked Chinese vase
brought at auction $10,000 and a Sevres vase in
two minutes was run up to $20,000 These are
large figures, but ten years ago a Dodin orifoim
vase brought $25,000, and thiity yeais ago an
other Se-vres vase brought over $50,000
Of the British house of peers, embracing
dukes marquisses earls viscounts and barons,
numbering ovei 500 peisons, not one can trace
his title and aims back fiuther than the
S. & H. Green Trading
Stamps in every depart
Ladies' Tan Ooze
Calf Oxford Ties.. -/^.C/C
Ladies' dark chocolate Kid,
Welt Sole. Blucher fifiT
Oxfords, only *P&*W
Ladies' Tan Chocolate Kid.
Gibson ties, turn
Ladies' Tan, Kid and Calf
Ladies' White Duck QQ/*
Oxfords, only 3^0C*
Misses' and Child's Tan Ox
fords and Bluchers, QQ.s*
Little Ladies' Tan Gibson
Ties, sizes 2h to 6, 4 *DQ
only P* Oy
Children's T,an and Patent
Leather, sizes 2 to 6, hOn
Misses' Tan Bluchers, QQn
sizes 12 to 2, only T^OC
SLAUGHTERHOUSE BLOWN UP
Engine Boiler Explodes at GarnerOne
Cut and Braised.
GARNER, IOWA..The slaughterhouse of
Peter Becker, a butcher, was blown to pieces br
the explosion of an upright engine boiler which
was used for heating water. Fred Becker 'was
severely cut and bruised by flying pieces of the
boiler, but is not dangerously hurt The cause
of the explosion is unknown, as the steam gage
showed but eighty pounds and had often been as
high as 200.
CUMBERLAND, WIS.At a special meeting
of the librarv boaid last evening the plans
of Patsche an architect of Fairmont,
Minn T\ere accepted for the new $10,000 Car
negie libra building, to be erected here this
summer Th coLtiatt will be let at once
Ideal Clothes for Boys
Boys' 3-button square cut, double-breasted suits, in
plain blues, blacks, browns and contrasting gray mix
tures reinforced seams, Venetian lined, perfect fit
ting sizes 6 to 15. Worth $3. Saturday, $1.90.
Boys' double-breasted two-piece suits in blue serges,
black thibets, silk mixed worsteds and Scotch
tweeds reinforced seam, twill lining, worth up to
$4.00. Special, $2.90.
Etons and Buster Browns in silk velvet, blue and
black serge and fancy Scotch tweeds fancy con
trasting belts brass buttons values as high as $5.
New creations in boys' Etons, Norfolks and Buster
Browns, made with knickerbocker trousers finest of
linings, silk stitched, hand made button holes, rich
est patterns. Special Saturday, $4.90.
Young men's double-breasted hand tailored suits. I
serges, tweeds, thibets and cheviots hand formed
collars shrunk, reinforced fronts vents in side and
back equal to high priced tailor suits in fashion and^
fit. 200 suits for Saturday, sizes 14 to 20, worth up
to $18.00. Special, $12.50.
Boys' American Mills fine ribbed corduroy pants. Re
inforced seams full size fully $1.00 .values. Spe-^
cial Saturday, 45c.
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