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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 6, 1902
ALL
THIS
MONTH
THE !WEYER STORE'S ALTERATION SALE
OF THE THOUSANDS OF BUYERS AT THE NEW STORE. VHERE IS THERE ONE WHO WILL BE SURPRISED
TO HEAR THAT ALREADY THE MEYER STORE NEEDS MORE SELLING SPACE? WHEN AND WHERE IN ST.
LOUIS WAS THERE EVER AN INSTITUTION THAT SO QUICKLY MADE SO MANY CUSTOMERS AND WAS SO
EMPHATICALLY DECLARED A SUCCESS BY ALL. AND ALL THIS GREAT SUCCESS HAS BEEN ATTAINED BY
SELLING THE NEWEST AND BEST OF MERCHANDISE AT LOWER PRICES THAN HAD BEEN THE CUSTOM IN
ST. LOUIS. AS THE MEYER STORE ONLY OPENED MARCH THE 17TH. IT HAS NO LAST SEASON'S GOODS.
SO
'COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING AT O O'CLOCK. IT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY THAT THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS' WORTH OF MERCHANDISE BE MOVED OUT OF THE WAY OF CARPENTERS AND DIGGERS WHO
ALREADY HAVE COMMENCED TO ADD TO PRESENT SELLING SPACE OF THE MEYER STORE. EVERY DE
PARTMENT BUYER REALIZES THE NECESSITY OF SELLING AND HAS MADE PRICES ACCORDINGLY. IT IS
IMPOSSIBLE TO GIVE YOU FULL DETAILS OF ALL THE REDUCTIONS MADE THROUGHOUT THE MEYER
STORE. BUT THE SALE WILL GROW GREATER DAY BY DAY. THERE WILL BE NO RESTRICTIONS DURING
THE SALE. GOODS WILL BE EXCHANGED AND MAIL ORDERS FILLED WHEN POSSIBLE.
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THE MEYER STORE SS TO BE MADE LARQER.
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ALL THE REDUCED GOQ&S ARE NEW SmCE
THE BASEMENT WILL BE GREATLY TORN UP.
The entire Broadway sidewalk is to be dug up and the base
ment jriven over to the workmen. Before this happens a jj-rcat por
tion of the stock must he sold or sent to some warehouse, and we
would rather sell at a loss.
ELEGATtT TABLU DAMASK, 77e
A yard; Mime OS ineht-s and some 72
Inches wide. IS dllTorfiit patterns of
beautiful pure llnnii Satin lhnnaU, re
duced tc 77c a jard.
lAHO-LOM' TOWT.LS 2c.
Frlrjped Towels, pood, heavy cloth, re
duced from Sc to 2c.
HAMMOCKS, Ohc.
Pelbow Hammocks, with curtain sides,
fringed; worth $L"W reduced to 98c.
(I4.00 HAMMOCKS $2.VZ.
Woven Mesh Hammocks, entire length
Blze reduced to ?2.05.
IMPORTED
SWISSES, 20c.
WHITE DOTTED
60c qualities, all sized dots, no small as
sortment; reduced to 29c a yard.
FINEST IMPORTED WASH DRESS GOODS,
THOUSANDS OF YARDS, ALL REDUCED TO
Including and comprising Silk Embroidered Mousselines cut
50c, Satin Raye Organdie cut 65c, Linen Ginghams cut 39c, Mercer
ized Foulardettes cut 50c, imported Scotch Madras, all fast colors,
cut 37c to 50c These are all in one great section and you ma' buy
as many as you please at 25c. Samples sent anywhere. It's the
greatest offering made this season in St. Louis. All new, fresh goods
since March 17th.
THIS SEASON'S BEAUTIFUL WASH DRESS GOODS, fiQ
IOC, 12HC, ISC QUALITIES, THOUSANDS YDS. AT &
A sale not 3'et equaled this season, including and comprising
Sea Island Dimities cut 15c, Corded Madras 32 inches wide Sea
Island and "Winsor Percales, 3-ard wide Corded Plaid Tissue Cloth,
16c quality new fresh styles Challie, 12J4c qualit3 These goods are
not in remnants, but full pieces of perfect goods from our basement
stockrooms.
ALTERA
TION SALE
In all the new and correct styles and shapes for women and children
Shoes for all and every use good wearing and good looking and,
what is better than all, are cheapar than they have ever been or will
be again. Shoes and Slippers at 39c, 69c, S9c, 99c, SI. 19, $1.49, $1.93.
Every pair guaranteed as to wear, and the price less than the shoes
could be made for each and every shoe new style and fresh goods.
Ladles' Dongola Shoes, patent and stock
reg. price 1.50 Alteration Price. .09o
Ladles' Boudoir Slippers, red, black and
tan reg. prio 50c Alteration Price. 9c
Children's Extension and Turn Sole Pat
ent Leather Tip, Lace and Button, sizes
5 to 8-and also Ladles' House Slippers
In all sizes regular price 75c Altera
tion Sale 39c
Women's 2 and $2.50 Shoes. Oxfords
and Slippers, an Immense assortment to
select from. Elegant flexible sole Street
Shoes, pretty bow and strap Sandals for
homo and street wear a rare bargain
for those who are fortunate enough to
secure them Alteration Price.... $1.19
We have a gigantic collection of La
dles' High Grade Strap Slippers, patent
leather and kid 1, 2 and 3 strap
bought from an eastern manufacturer
EXTRA SPECIAL We will add to our already numerous bargains some ele
gant Dress Slippers, for house, street and party wear Louis XIV heels and low
heels dongola kid 4-strap Slippers, flexible sole, patent tip, patent leather and
kid ftrap Slipperc, two, three and four-strap Slippers regular price $2.50 and
$3.00 Alteration Price 1.49
FANCY JEWELRY SACRIFICE
Entire jewelry secUon Is to be re
moved, and rather than suffer a loss
by this mlx-up we are going to seU
sterling articles, Belt and Sash Pins,
Match and Soap Boxes In fact, articles
we sold all the way from 50c up to
$L50 your choice at 25c
SI SUMMER CORSETS, 39c
Summer Corsets,, medium length and
well striped, reduced from $LO0 Sale
Price 30o.
BUMMER -WOOL HOMESPUJL. 30c; RE
DUCED PR OH OOo
A yard; all-wool cloth, Hi yards wide,
gray mixed, blue mixed, tan mixed.
GREAT PEACH CROP
IN THE OZARKS
Hundreds of Thousands of Trees
Loaded With Luscious Frnit
in Excellent Condition.
HARVEST IS ABOUT TO BEGIN.
Thirty-Five Hundred Packers and
Pickers Heeded on" Big Parma
Xear Koshkonong and St El
mo Switches to Be Built
REPUBLIC SPECIAL.
Thayer. Mo.. Juljr 5. Never oefora has
Trovidence smiled to bountifully upon the
ptaph-Brower at Oregon County, t it has
th! year.
In the vicinity of Kofhkonong and St.
Elmo, stations on th Memphis branch ot
the Frisco, vrher the largest fruit farms
are jltuatod, no leas than 325,000 peach trees
are loaded -with the lurcicus trait that has
xnade the Ozark famous.
Preparation are rapidly froine; forward
on a large scale upon these biff farms, and
it Is estimated that W pfokers and pack
era wJH be reanlred durJcg peach harvest,
-which usually begins about July II, aad con.
itaues -atx week.
.. At fit. Elmo, where the McNair orchards
75c HEMSTITCHED SHEETS FOR 50c.
Eutire open stock of Hemstitched
Sheets, all from the shelves; some may
be slightly soiled, others perfect; selling
upward to 1T Sale Price 50c
CAJtliniCS, 7 l-2e.
Entire stock Eagle Hranil and others;
selling price lHHc: reduced to 7,,e.
IIOOKKOLD INDIAN LINENS 1 7-So A
Y.inn.
The kind of Indian Linens that sell for
0vc, not In remnants, hut whole piece,
are hero In very large quantities Sale
Price. 1'ifi a yard.
THIN WOOL TAMISE, 50e: REDUCED
FROM HOC.
Exquisite pastel shades, with satin
stripes; elegant goods, which are great
ly in the way of the builders.
25l
AND
at less than cost and placed on sale to
morrow at considerably below wholesale
price. Every pair guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction In siy'e, quality and
fit regular price $1.50 and 2 00 Alter
ation Price 99c
Alteration Sale of Misses' and Children's
Shoes in vlcl kid, enamel and box calf,
patent leather and stock tip, lace and
button everv pair guaranteed worth
?1.50 and $2.00 Alteration Price 8Dc
An extm assortment of Ladies' High
Grade Shoes and Oxfords 15 different
styles to select from all frc"-h goods. In
kid and patent leather cloth and leath
er tops all sizes all widths extension
and flexible soles, Cuban, military and
Louis XIV heels in fact everything the
newest that can be desired regular
$3.50, $4.00 and ?5.00 shoes Alteration
Anco f"'
THE GREATEST OF
LACE SALES
Occurred late last week, and the thou
sands of yards left from this latest pur
chase now go in the Alteration Sale at
still grenter reductions. It's the Lace
and Embroidery opportunity of years.
Look especially for:
The Black Escurial Bands at 10c
White Serpentine Bands at ISa
The VenUe Laces at SOc
The Black Chantilly Earids at lOe
Irish Crochet Leces at IS! I--e
The Embroidery Flouncings at 33c
The EmbroIderySklrtFJcunclnge at ISo
The Allovcr Embroideries at 23c
The Allover Laces at -too
The Allover Laces at 9Do
And the special tables of laces and em
broideries. ere situated, mammoth packlns sheds are
in the course of erection, and the Frisco
Railroad Company will build switches Into
the Interior of the large farms to facilitate
the shipping".
AVU1 Ship 300 Car Loads.
X O. ilcNalr of St. Louis is manager and
principal stockholder in the big peach farms
of the UcNalr Orchard Company, American
Fruit Company and St. Elmo Hills Com
pany. The number of peach trees on these
farms will aggregate 23,C0Q, of which prob
ably 200,000 are now In bearing.
In addition to the vast proposition ot
handling the crop from these farms, Jlr.
JdcNair has purchased the crops of a con
siderable number of smaller farms -n his
vicinity. From the whole, he estimates that
he will ship SS0 carloads of peaches this
year, which means two or three tralnloads
Qf peaches dally during the harvest season.
With a few minor exceptions, these ship
ments will be of the famous Elberta peacn.
which, by its large size, brilliant color,
delicious flavor and prolific bearing, has
Justly won the title of "Queen of the
Ozarks."
Thoroughly Systematized Industry.
Mr. HcN'alr handles his vast industry
with consummate skill. Every department is
thoroughly systematized and every detail
receives careful attention. Bis orchards
are laid off in streets and avenues, and
painted signs indicate their name or num
ber. He maintains his own commissary, and
e. little city of tents clusters around his
packing sheds, where his army ot employes
board and sleep, while armed guards, qual
ified as Deputy Sheriffs, preserve strict
order.
But the McNalr farms, great as they arc.
comprise but a. portion of the peach in
dustry of this section. Kashkonong, but
two miles trcm the MeXalr farms, may be
said to be the mother of the great In
dustry in this region.
Around this bustling little city are some
of the finest and most profitable peach
farms in the Ozarks.
Trees Laden as Jfprer Before.
These farms, like those at St. Elmo, are
planted to the Elberta. and It Is estimated
that 125,009 trees in the immediate vicinity
of Koshkonong are laden as never betcr
with the lucjous fruit.
The largest grower at Koshkonong Is the
Oregon County Fruit Company, of which
T. M. CulTer is the manager and the prin
cipal stockholder. This company has 0U0
Poi5 iSISoASS
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S NEW, FETCHING COSTUMES, DRESSES,
SKIRTS AND WAISTS REDUCED LOWER THAN EVER IN ST. LOUIS.
ELEGA.NT SILK WAISTS
Reduced from $750, $9 and $10 Sale
Price $3.99.
$5 Silk Waists, now $2.99.
$3.50 Silk Waists, now $1.99.
BE UTIFl'L SUMMER COSTUMES,
1J7.43.
In this lot all the Fine Mousselinc
Dress.es, White. Black and White and
Colore, including Silk Foulards re
duced from $12.50, $15 and $17.50 to
$7.45.
SIIIKT-AVAIST SUITS KEDUCED TO
f2.ua.
All the Shirt-Walbt Suits we s-old up
wards to $55.75 have been reduced to
$2.98.
DOTTED SWISS 3IOCSSEMM3
DHESbES, 91.08.
Beautiful Dresses of White and Colored
Dotted Swiss leduced from $0, $10 and
$12 to $4.93.
JflO TO 17 COFFEE COATS.
$10 to $17 Silk Etons, $10 to $17 Silk
Blouse, made of Black Taffeta Silk.
Pcau tie Sole: all silk-lined entire lot
for $4.99.
n.'.tCK LAWS WAISTS IIEI1UCED
To $1.29: line pprsplration proof.
FINE LAWN WAISTS,
Five rows of embroidery, reduced from
$25 to $1.29.
WHITE LAWN WAISTS
Fine tucks, two rows of insertion: ev
ery size; reduced from $1.9S to 50c.
SS WOOL SKIRTS IlEDUCED TO
f3.S.
AH the most stylish Cloth Skirts, gray,
blacks ami blues, bought within the last
three weeks, reduced to $3.95.
Homespun Etainine Skirts reduced
from $1.00 to $2.98.
TAFFETA SILK RKIItTS WITH
Quill trimmings, reduced from $0.08 to
$4.99.
PURE FOOD GROCERY.
$1.00 for 22 pounds Best Granulated
Sugar.
22c per pound for Arrow Brand Guate
mala Coffee, that retails always at 30c.
40c per pound for Finest Arrow Brand
Blended Tea.
21c per pint for Gleason's Grape Juice.
lOo per can Porto Itlco Table Apricots.
lie per can Golden Itidge Green Gages.
14c per can Glbbs' Extra Flue Table
Peaches.
8c per can for Mazcppa Peaches.
20c per can Imported French Peas; ex
tra line; usualy 25c quality.
lOo per can Imported French Peas;
George Castean 20c quality.
12c per can Imported French Peas;
Bizett & Co.s 15c quality.
24c per can Imported French Slush
ipoiiis; George Cadison &z Co.'s regular
30c quality.
22c per can Imported French Mush
rooms; regular 25c quality.
18c per can for Imported French Mush
rooms; Gantler & Fills' regular 22c
quality.
5c per can for Crescent Corn.
7e for 3-pound package R. S. V. r. Salt.
25c for 10 bars Ovalctte Soap.
32o for 10 bars Big Deal Soap.
15c per pound for Best Quality Bacon.
13V.-c per pound for Best Quality Ham.
$1.05 per quart for Hunter Rye Whis
key. 49o per gallon jug Claret Wine.
beautiful peach trees In full beating, and
is erecting a large packing shed, in addition
to the ones already on the farm.
Other farms, that are In heavy beating
this year are: The Model fruit farm ot
Alderson Bros.. COM; Eglantine fruit farm.
E. CralK. manager. 14.uA: Luzerne fruit
farm. S.5u0: Big Houlder. J. W. Wllkerson.
1.COJ; Grand View. T. a Burtls, 1.600; Wood
land. O. L. Milk. 1.S0O; Doctor Amos. 1.300;
Klondike. Crcsap & Milk. l.0; W. O.
Itonar, 2.500; Swan Bros., 3.UJ; Doctor
Wcrne. 1.000; 8. Standley. LOCO; Watson &
Sons. 1.000. not to mention others, ranging
from SCO to LGOO.
Ileavy Orders for Crate Material.
The grounds about Kosbgonong. exclusive
of the McNalr orchards, have placed an
order for J30.3CO worth of crate material for
the crop this year, and they estimate that
another order of equal size wilt be neces
sary before the harvest Is completed.
A large per cent ot the crop about Kosh
konong has already been sold to buyers
from the- Eastern cities. These peaches are
to be packed and delivered in the cars by
the growers. Sold In this way, they bring
prices ranging from 73 cents to SO cents per
two-thirds bushel crate.
Army of Bayers Expected.
The larger growers are holding their crops
for the buyers, who will be on the ground
when the peaches are packed: of these
there Is usually a small army present from
Chicago. St, Louis, SL Paul, Cincinnati and
the Eastern cities.
This great industry Is giving employment
to a large number of laborers, and bringing
wealth Into the hands of the irult grow
ers, whose persistent efforts, amid discour
agements and hardships, have transformed
the wilderness Into a garden of beauty and
luxury.
JOCKEY EARNS 5200,000,
BUT DIES PENNILESS.
EPKCIAL BT CABLE TO THC NEW YORK
HERALD AND TUB ST. LOUIS HXF1IBLIC.
Paris. July 5.-tCopyrlght, .) The
death of Jockey Basden brings to an end
the career of the greatest steeplechase -rider
in France. Basden was found dead in bed
on Monday morning, He had a reputation
for sterling honesty and earned in his day
more than PP0.UO. This, however, ho failed
to keep and. as for th Ust two years he
was unable to ride, he dJed almost la poverty.
SPRSNQ.
IF YOU
Q&Y&WASHINGTO
All the Mover
Store's fine Lin
en, Duck, P. K.
White Linen,
"White Mousse
line Dresses,
more or less
elaborately
trimmed re
duced from
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k rvf.v2 fc
R-Z-v;iiXr
feiV.K
S20.00
and
$25.00
to $9,98
Skirts of Fine White Madras Cloth, all
lengths- reduced from $2o to... $1.49
Thciwands of Duck. P. K., Crah Skirts
rtdtu-tl ti 98c.
PLKITED LIXEV SKIRT.-.
. P. K. and Solid DuU Skirls-re-duifrt
to 51.49.
?IO SKIRTS IIEDICED TO !.!.-.
Solid I'olurrd Crash. Linen. P. K. Skirts,
reduced from $7.50 and $10 to $4.95.
i:EUY hlJlJIEU WAIST HEUUCED.
Including all I.a.u, Muusscline; beauti
ful new golds, for which the Meyer
Store U celebrated.
81 unra nan Tltr.
r.l-0 ones ijoir fcflr.
82 nnra norr $1
$1 one noiv 8BL4".
sys iincn ninr Z'J.IX.
?IO VU.KIf. SKI UTS REIU'CKP
To $4.3(3. als-o Drss Skins In the Mine
lot. lj"-ludlng Mohairs. Ktamlues, some
plaited gauzf and j okes.
TEN DOLLAR
TRIMMED HATS FOR
200 Trimmed Hats, assorted colors, In
cluding black, reduced fn.ui $3.00 up to
$10.0U Sale Price. 81.98.
CHIFFON HATS, JOc.
1.000 Tucked Chiffon Hats, reduced from
$2, St and $5-Sale Prke 19c.
CHILDREN'S Dl-CK HATS, Jlc.
Children's Washable Flat Duck Hats,
trimmed with long riblxMi streamers, re
duced from fHtc Sale Price 9c.
DHE4S HATS, l"r.
All the new shuiK in Dros Hats, In
cluding the chip braids reduced to 49c.
."u Ni:ulC HIIltlONS, inc.
200 pieces pure white all-Silk fancy
hemstitched Neck Ribbons. 4H inches
widt. reduced from :'.5c "ale Price 19c
FANCY HAIR HIUIJONS, Sc.
Thousands of yards of Fancy Hair Rlb
bous. reduced from 5o and 7c Sale
Price 2c.
WHITE SATIN TAFFETA RIIIRON, l!)c.
Our best While Satin Taffeta Neck Rib
bons, warranted to wash, reduced from
2Uc Sale Price 19c.
BOWS MADE FREE.
SACRIFICE OF BELTS.
The Meyer Store is greatly overstocked
in all new Belts of the season. Either St.
Louis ladies don't wear belts, or the
buyers bought the wrong kind; thou
sands of them are here in our way for
the rebuildin?, and wo will sell you
$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c belts for 25c.
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S PLANS
FOR HER STARRING TOUR.
FFEflAL nr CABLE TO TUB NEW TORE
HEHAIJ AND TIIH ST. LOCIS ItEPUBMC,
London. July 5. Copyright. 1902.) All ar
ransemenjs for Mrs. Maxlne Elliott Good
win's starring tour were concluded thi
week, whon she signed for a term of five
years with Mr. C it. Dillingham, manager
lor Miss Julia Marlowe.
Mrs. Goodwin will play the coming sea
son with her husband's company. Her
starring debut will be made a year from
this October In one of Mr. Charles Ftoh
man'a Broadway theaters. Her first play
will be written by Mr. Clyde Fitch. The
following season she will be seen In a
strong drama by Mr. H. V. Esmond.
Mrs. Goodwin has been negotiating with
managers for some time and decided to ar
range with Mr. Dillingham a week ago.
When she left London trith the WlJensni
yachting party. She took her contracts
along and signed them and they arrived
here yesterday. Mr Goodwin and Klaw &
Erlanger will have a financial Interest In
the company. Mr. Goodwin will assist his
beautiful wife in staging her play.
Mr. Clyde Fitch wrote Mrs. Goodwin Isst
week that he had so far recovered from
his Illness that he hoped to finish her play
In August. The first two acts were done
before he was taken HI.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin will return to Lon
don on July li They will remain In their
country place till September. Mr. Dilling
ham will spend a week with them there.
PARIS WILL HAVE NO
MORE PUBLIC EXECUTIONS.
SS2A!'BT CABLE TO THE NEW YOIUC
HERALD AND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC,
Paris. July C-cCopyrighr. 1902.V-There
will be no more public executions in Paris.
2 i!earin' away of the Roquttte prison
and the disappearance of the condemned
CCll CSS reedftrr! tt tmnA,1M. tn hnM thm
I In the Place de la. Roquette. Every quartu
""a i. up in arms at me iaea or es
tablishing the guillotine elsewhere.
As the bill before Parliament to hold exe
cutions in private In the prison yard is not
" !" uy raruameni. tne omy way
out of the dilemma for the present is to
commute all. capital sentences. This will I
probabir ave the bead of the murderer I
Bldauitt sentenced th's week, who certainly
wouliave bees ruilloUced.
HV
KVKKrA
it
CANNOT VISIT THE
W&c
RIULS' AND CHILDREN'S ItEADV
MADE fiOOUS GO IN THIS' SALE AT
EVEN GHEATEH ItEDlCTIONS.
Children's Reefers, made of Iluen, 1 to
4 years, reduced from $2.50 Sale Price
98c.
GHILS' BLOUSES,
Kussian and Sailor, high or low neck
Guiuip Dress-es, made of all materials, re
duced from $5 and $'; Sale Price $2.49.
$3 and $1 Dresses reduced to $1.48.
KIHLS' DIMITV DUESSES
And Duck Sailor Suits reduced from
$L4l-SaIe Price 98c.
WHITE GUIMl'3.
Separate, tucked and lace and embroid
ery trimmed; reduced from $1 Sale
Price 49c.
Also those at $1.40, reduced to 99e.
GIRLS DRESSES,
Made of hoft, light wool material, low
neck, 2 to S years; reduced from $S. $9
and $10-Salc Price $4.98.
LITTLE GinLS COATS,
Made of silk mohair and tine cloth, long
ami short, reduced from $ii. $0, $10 and
$12 Sale Price $4.93.
GIRLS' SIMMER DRES'SES
Iii Sw!ses. Liueus and finest Muslin:
reduced from $10.50 and $12.00 to $3.99
choice.
GIRLS' SHIRT WAISTS
Of all kinds of summer materials, sizes
12 to 10 vears, reduced from $.., - anu
$5-Sale Price $1.98.
I.B0 CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS,
sji.au.
Children's Sailor Suits, made of l-renen
flannel, size 1 to n years, remieeu irom
$1.50-Sale Price- $1.39.
&'S.e8BEFGRE MOVING 7fc
we must sell thousands of lwxes, as we
carrv the largest stock of Ladies. Men's
niitrriilldren's Underwear In St Louis,
having contracted with our syndicate
to take a certain portlou of their con
tract:'. Ladies' Silk Trimmed Union Suits, low
neck, sleeveless and In knee lengths,
regular price 50c Sale Price 15c.
2,0iX) Indies" low neck sleeveless Fnder
vests. comprising our stock samples
samples sent us front mills; all sorts to
choose from, including many at cost;
sell for 25c Sale Price. 3 for 25c.
POPULAR SHEET MUSIC, SC.
The Meyer Store has created a sensa
tion In the price of its Sheet Music, but
this Alteration Sale will create a great
er stir than ever before known In St.
Louis. Thousands of sheets of Vocal.
Instrumental. Ragtime and other popu
lar Sheet Music, which Is sold regular
ly at 23c Sale Price 5c.
Mall orders include 2e for postage.
FRENCH CHALLIES, 29C YD.
REDUCED FROM SOe, IK)c AND 70c.
This season's new and beautiful style
Imported all-wool, S2-iuches wide. The
Meyer Store has no goods from last
3-ear. All-wool gray, navy blue and
black our best selling si goods Sale
Price 53c
RLACIC AND NAW CHEVIOTS.
XZ t-Sc: REDUCED FROM SOc. 3S
INCHES WIDE. ALL WOOL.
GIGANTIC PENDULUM TO
TEST EARTH'S MOVEMENT.
stitcial nr carle to the new york
HERALD AND TUB ST LOUIS REPUBLIC,
Paris. July S.-(Copyr)ght, 1;U2. The pub
lic Is anxiously awaiting the Installation ot
the glganfc pendulum In the Pantheon,
which is to give ocular demonstration of tha
earth's rotary movement.
The pendulum Is formed of a leaden ball
weighing twenty-eight kilograms, and Is
supported by piano wire some sixty-four
meters long.
The wire, already drawn, has proved
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A VERITABLE SACRIFICE
DURING ALTERATIONS I
MEN'S SIO SUMMER SUITS
REDUCED TO $5.95
Light Weight Two-piece Su!ts. coat and trousers
fashionable and very desirable for hot weather
made with belt to match made right in every wav
value $10.0--SaIe Price $5.95
MEN'S SIS TO S2S SUITS
REDUCED TO $9.95
An offer that should appeal with force to anv man
for these suits are easil y worth $15 to $25. "Stylish,
htnd-uiade and ierfect luting In all the desirab'e and
wanted materials at $9.95
BOYS' S1 WASH SUITS
REDUCED TO 49c
Boys Nobby Wash Suits for Summer made of
Chambmy and Galatea uicely trimmed ages 3 to 12
years sold originally at 75c and $1.00 Sale price. 49c
BOYS' $2 AND S3 WASH SUITS
REDUCED TO 95c
In Linen Crash, in striped patcrns White P. K.. Duck
or Fine Madras a great variety of patterns, worth
c oo to o.uo at
VORKMENARE IN THE HOSIERY SECTION.
Occupation of the space used bj the Hosiery Department
necessitates the raovinjr of this entire department to the third floor.
The removal and handling: of the goods have caused consequent mix-up
and the hosier- on the third floor will be one of the greatest sacrifices
of the first few days of the Alteration Sale.
Thousands of pairs Ladles, Children's
and Men's plain and ribbed black, white
acd tan and fancy Hose and Socks, sell
ing regularly for 17c, 20c, 25c Sale
Price 10c.
Thousands of pairs of the finer kinds of
ladles'. Misses and Children' lisle
thread, law and fancy stripu Hose and
Socks, consisting of those selling for
25c. 20c. :!::c, 37sc. 45c and 50c, at 3
pair for 50c.
SILKS REDUCED TO COST OF WASH GOODS.
II LACK JAPANESE SILK, 23c.
21-inch All-Pure Lyons Dye Japanese
Silk, reduced from 50c Sale Price 25c.
LOT SILKS ON TADLE NO. U.
All our Best Quality of Satin, plain,
Jacquard and prln'- d warp Foulards;
sllk old ;ip to $1-25 reduced to 39c.
LOT SILKS ON TAIILE NO. 1.
Our entire line of Fancy Pongee and
White Embroidered Habutal Silks-to
close our entire Hue in lengths from 2
to IS or 20 yards reduced from G0c. 70c
and SOo Sale Price 49c.
LOT SILKS ON TAHLE NO. 3.
AU r.f our White Wash Silks. In fancy
cords. JacquanK Persian Stripe: all
pure white sold at c, 70c and SOc
reduced to 38c.
CHINA SILKS, Xte.
27-Inch All-Pure Lyons Dye China Silk,
in black only reduced to 33c
S4.50 WORTH OF STATION
ERY FOR 31.88.
Sale for a surplus of thousands of hand
made Linen Writing Paper. This fol
lowing offer is made In the Alteration
Sale:
One "Hotter Monogram Die. worth $1.50
One iM.und of paper, worth
1.00
12, Envelopes to match, worth. ,
Stamping, gold or silver, worth.
.1.00
. 1.00
.$4.50
This entire lot costs
During Alteration Sale, $1.98.
University Vellum Paper, square shape,
plalu or ruled, regular price 5c Sale
Price 2c a quire.
Pricilla Bond AVriting Taper, square
shape. S of the newest shades, regular
price 10c Sale Price 5o n quire.
MUSLIN UNDEWEAR, 79C.
3.000 garments of Muslin Underwear,
made of Nainswk and Cambric lace,
embroidery, hemstitched and tucked
trimming; this lot Includes drawers,
gowns, skirts, long chemise and corset
Covers; they are Jess than cost of ma
terial to make reduced to 79o each.
about a meter tea short, and after consid
ering wheth-r to lower the dome or elevatn
the flooring. It was decided to draw another
wire.
A magniflrent lesson In astronomy, there,
fore, toon may be given to the public
NEWSPAPER RACE REPORTS
BY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.
SPECIAL BT CARLE TO TUB NEW TORK
HERALD AND TUB ST LOUIS REPUBLIC,
Par.3. July 5.-(Copyrlght. 1902.) Wireless
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Thousands of pairs of Silk Hosiery, fin
est lisle thread hosiery, plain, laced,
wldtcs, pinks, blues, blacks, fancy, odd
sizes, extra lengths, jacqnard woven,
comprises the finest of our 50c hose;
many from 75c and $1 kind, at 25c a
pair.
From the counter bins on main floor,
hundreds of pairs of tallies and Chil
dren's 10c and 12Hc fast black Hosiery,
which on the third floor sale will be
sacrificed at 5c a pair.
ASo WASH SILKS, 19c.
CO pieces Wash Cords, all new styles,
not a poor one In the lot reduced from
45c Sale Price 19c
BUCK SILKS, 40c
300 yards Fancy All-Black French
Cords, all pure silk; reduced from $1.00
and $1.25 per yard all In this sale at
49c
MOIRE ANTIQUE, 03c.
24-lnch AH Pure Silk Moire Antique
reduced from $L50 to 95c
From duplicate stockrooms there haTe
been dumped on main floor thousands of
S-ounce bottles of 25c Bay Rum. Florida
Waters and Witch Hazel Sale Price 8c
Many hundreds of boxes of highly per
fumed 5c and 10c cake Toilet Soaps
Sale Price, 3 cakes for 8c; 30c a dozen;
$3.50 a gross.
PARASOLS TO BE MOVED.
In the rearrangement of space for the
Pnrasol Department there will be no
room, and they are to be sacrificed as
follows:
Every Child's Parasol in the house, no
matter what the former price. Sale Price
will be 25o for any one.
Every Ladles Parasol in the house. In
cluding all the taffetas, hemstitched
and elegant imported English sticks
choice $1.00
AH the surplus stock of Ladles extra
fine Silk Umbrellas, all silk. English
Spitafield silk, some tape and plain edge,
cases to match all In this sale choice
for $1.29.
CLOTH-BOUND IZC
COPYRIGHT BOOKS M d Si
Thousands of copyrighted novels, by fa
mous authors books now selling for $1
and $1.50, which actually sold for this
price, all grouped bete In one lot for
Alteration Sale. 124c. See the window
full and you will wonder at the titles
aiui the authors.
telegraphy Is about to be applied to press
work in France for the first time. Thi
Havasagency has had a French apparatus
established on the roof ot Its head office, lr
the Place de la Bourse, which Is In com
munication with all the race courses round
the city.
Tho first paper to place Itself In com
munication with the agency by wireless
telegraphy is the Journal. Its apparatuj
Is open to the public, and attracts large
ciowds every day.
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