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Exclusive Modes From Paris and Berlin. & .
A most elaborate and comprehensive display of exquisitely
hoantifnl wearing arjmrel from the leadinjr European Modistes. For the
Horse Show, that extreme fashion event, we have made extraordinary prepa
rations and we have not only excelled all similar displays elsewhere, but we
have also greatly surpassed all our own previous magnificent attainments.
THE STOCK IS BRILLIANT WITH BEAUTY AND CONSPICUOUS FOR ITS REASONABLE PRICES.
Our new imported wraps and costumes are from the most noted designers of Paris
and Berlin, included among them being Paquin, Callot, Ignace, Raudnitz, Gerrson,
Bassier, Masson, Templier, Bonnaire, Storch, Artus & Pollard, Doucet, Manuheimer and many others, and.
as there is only one garment of each style in the entire immense stock, you are assured of exclusiveness.
In elegance, in harmonious blending of colors, in style, quality and in variety these garments are without su
periors in this country.
The materials employed are imported laces, spangled nets, crepe meteors, fine broadcloths, panne vel
vets, white doeskin, crepe de Chines, etc., all in a bewildering variety of styles and designs.
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Mail Order System
If You Cannot
Come Your ell.
Here you w'nl alwavs
line! Jie greatest va-
, c y. the most exc.uive styles, the most
reasoruble pr ces. We have every, lung
in Fine Wearing Apparel that you will
need 'or the tiors: Show.
The Superiority of Brokaw Hro. anJ
Barr's Spectal Lines Setor.d I'Uer.
Men's Clothing.
There's a certain "air," a "tailored-by-hand" appearance, by which you will
know our clothing. Most men find our Ready-to-Wear Suits and Overcoats superior
in every way to the high-priced custom-tailored productions costing twice as much.
The New Be 0 - coat-.
Very stvhsh this s-eason; m. de m a variety of
fabrics designed especially for thi stvie
coat Cut lonir ami fu 1, with bmad. t let-c
sh mlders. and has a verv swell.
.$35
Ores Suits for the Ho s bhow.
Of course you'll need one, and here you'll find
the best line to select from. The suits are
made b Brokaw Bros, (ol Xew Yorki, which
is proof sufficient of their
superiorit'
Brok-nv Bro.' Sui's for Business We:r.
Clothes that fit right, look rijjht, made of the
right materials, priced right and an- right.
Yon can't go wrong when you buv a Brokaw
Bros. suit. They are absoluteh' hand tailored.
the materials are thorough y shrunk before
cutting, and the clothes are perfect :n
every way. Priced from $18 to
$35
$16.50
swagger a.r. Prices up from.
Barr pecial Cio h'ng.
Made strict by hand according to our rigid re
quirements. You'll find this the most satis
factory medium-priced clothing you ever wore.
Y'ou'll like theprLes. the qua ity and vt style.
Really equal to th custom-tailored clothes
costing almost twice as much. C1Q
Suits and Overcoats $10 to P10
Women's Tailored Gowns.
Some Handsome New Styles Have
Just Arrived. Second I-loor.
Over a thousand brand-new tailored suits have just arrived from New York. These
have been made for us within the last ten days, and every style is absolutely correct
and up to date. io samples or old stock, but everything right.
New Louis XV Bioue Suits.
New Louis XV blouse suits, made of jine qual
ity cheviot in black, blue and brown; skirts in
the new effects and coats satin lined. Q1Z
Extra value at lu
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Suits at Popular Prices.
A splendid selection of Suits in Zibelines,
Cheviots, Venetians and Scotch -mixtures;
colors are blue, black, brown and fancv mix
tures and combinations size run from a suit
to fit a 14- ear-old miss to 44 bu-jt. Prices
are in no wav indicaive of the real va'ue of
the suits. Thev're worth more than
we askfor them. $16.50, $2J and : .
$25
. Hizft-C!a-s TailoreJ Cos'urne.s.
A magnificent assortment of high-class tailored
costumes that cannot be equaled in St. Louis.
Every style that is new and goul; every ma
terial that is popular; every shade that is in
taste. Every new skirt effect is repre
sented rn this line. Prices $30, $35 and.
$40
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Tan Covert Coats at 510.
These beautiful and justly popular garments
are here in end ess variety; over 30 dillerent
and distinct styles; new "corset" effects, new
"belted" effects, new "pleated and strapped"
effects; all grades and ail shades of covert,
silk and satin lined, elegantly tailored and fin
ished. Prices run from $50 down to Cf ft
$25, $18, $15. $13.50. $10.75 and plli
Priet!ey Cravenette Riin Coats.
A thoroughly complete stock of these useful
garments, made of the genuine Priestley Crav
enette Cloth. Manv new styles have just
arrived; all colors, tan, castor, olive, blue, Ox
ford and black; all lengths and sizes. QiZl 1
Prices from $45 down to $25, $20. $18.75 and $M. i
N.w Winter Cca's.
Our stock of Winter Coats is thoroughly com
plete; over 500 styles to select from; all ma
terials, kersey, broadcloth, cheviot, zibeline,
velvet, silk and velour; all colors and sizes.
Prices from ilia down to Qi( 7S 1
$40, $35. $J0. $25, $20, $15 and 3iU. D 1
Men's Underwear
Reduc d in Pr.ce.
1 irst Floor.
We have 100 dozen Men's Heavy Cot
ton Fleeced Shirts and Drawers that
we're jroingr to place on sale to-morrow
at a considt rable reduction from
regular price; the underwear is just
righ to wear now and is well worth
73c the uarm nt special ffftri
Monday at d)
Men's Gloves.
S m sn Very
Sp.cial Values.
Firs! Floor.
JlrnS rrirSeam Cape "Grip" Drivjnc Gloves -"oo.l
at horsr-bow time vrrv subiianUa'Iy
mxde ami well onh 62.' 0 ihe pa r special pn
Here's a clove ou've bren looking for a line
c'--a Glove, in j;rav. brown or castor, very
ea-y o put on and v -ry c nifortablc and very
6tyri.U - sj)eci3l pr C-, pr puir
Men's one-c asp Vz'ix Scsm Cap- Gloves, tety
sui.ab c for street vvar a : penal
v-ilue at
ilea's fi ie qualitv Mocba G.ovcs. well aile ami
will wt'tt-laml strenuous service -cicept.oiial
value at- .... . .
..$1.25
-!i e I Mo-
$1.25
$1.00
$1.00
CorsetsThe Finest Made.
Second
Floor.
The finest tai'ored gown or costume cannot fit perfectly unless the figure be
correctly corseted. The graceful lints of the new gowns make it absolutely im
perative that your corset should be right.
Wi are St. I.011I3 a n's fr iIh? fanwrs KmUitii Corse's, rceon7l everywhere as the most e'cRnnt Cor
si ts made. Th re a-e s lis Mil)h-1 -lit to sulr all forms, ami they fit the lisure smoothly and with perfect ease,
sriv.n;; Mint stylSh co:it tir j-vi ry woman warts.
Our co-M ti re ktrnw tin rizhr vtyb s for a'l fljrure, and can fit yow perfectly. Now Is the time to buy
your new e rs i for the Hoisc Show. K ilfern Corels
at all p'in. from
$2.50 to $15.00
Monday Specials in Women's and Children's Hosiery.
Some extraordinary price-inducements that will be ver' attractive to-morrow,
to come early, as some of these lots will go fast at these prices:
First Floor.
AVe advise ou
Children's lxl and III Rlbbrd Fast Black SlPrino Hose, medium O-,,
weight; lor hard wear; sizes C4. 7. TU. S. 8"4. 3; per pair Zjl
Children's lxl Ribbed Fast Dlack FIeced Cotton Hose, double knees,
heels and toes; heavy weight: splendid quality; all sizes; );.
reduced to on price, per pair iti.
Boys' lxl Rlhbed Fast Black Cotton Hose; best Maco yarn; very elas
tic; splendid for school wtar; slzis from 64 to 10: "C.
all tizes one price, per Pair ZOU
Women's Plain Fast Black Fleeced Cotton Hose; all black or wlti un
bleachrd feet; double soles, heels and toes; 5
great Talue; per pair Zjt
Better quality Women's Pleln Fart Blick Fleeced Cotton 1U. w'th
ribbed tops, ecm soles or ecru ffct: c per CI fjfj
pair or 2 p-ii.-s for Jl.JJ
Women's Hcavy-Welsht Fast Black Wool IIo; both ribbed or n lr..
excclltnt quality and v ry durable; ?-Jf-
pcr pair "'''
Womn'n Plain Fast Ulirk M.rlno Hos-; full reular mail': trd i-n
welsht; double ol. heels and tws: ben quail y tver of C (C
fered at the price: per pair. 3Sc. or 3 pairs for P1.W
Wo-nen'8 Plain or Dropsiitch Black Cotton or IJle Hose, very n"-11
flsurm and patterns of white and colored embroidery; 5flf
pecUl price f.T Monda. pr pair 3UL.
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Initial Handle Umbrellas
For Mm and Women.
first Floor.
Something new and a very sensible
fad it is, too. Has y. ur initial neatly
carved on the handle, nnkjnvour um
brella f ay to identify. Wt .-fre t! first
to show these new umbrellas" io at.
Louis and bnvr the esciusive agency
here.
Men's and Women's Initiil Umbrellas,
made of excellent quality union taf
Irta silk, with Hni; ish boxwood han
dlrs. nd initia's beauti- (
fullv carved in relief 8 1 1 1
each V'"uu
Ladies' Petticoats and Kimonas
In the Muslin Underwear Deft.. Second Floor, Xezu Addition.
Ladies' Petticoats, made of fancy striped flannelette, 1
... 3C
... 50c
$1.00
"extra" width, finished with scalloped edee
eauh.
Ladies' Petticats. made of fancy striped flannelette,
flared flounce, finished with scalloped edge
each Ladies' "Long" Kimonas. made of pink
or bine tripcil flannelette
for Monday.
Ladies' Petticoat?, tnide of white and blick triped pr
pcrcaline, accordion-rleated flounce, finished with T if
fluted edge; regular price 85c for Monday UJt
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Special Bargain in Linens.
First
Floor.
We purchased from one of the greatest manufacturers In Ireland 100 nieces of
Bleached Damask. TI Inches wide; this lot is except tonally fine quality,
good weight, and compares favorably with any J1.SS Da-nisk In the market
we will offer It Monday, in any quantity, at the ridiculously low Of nA
price of. yard JJI UU
In this purchase there are about SO dozen Urge Dinner Napkins to Cl flfl
match Damask, well worth HOO dozen these go at jJ3.WU
100 pieces all-linen lS-Inch Barnsley Itoller Toweling, very heavy and
fine; regu'ar price 15c yard at
100 pieces 18-inch Linen Glass Toweling, red or blue checks, resular
U$-c quaiii at. yard
.!2&c
9c
...Domestics...
Prices Are Reduced on Som; Staple Goods.
E-nbroidered Sheets and Pillow Ca nicely put up
In bo ses. very elslior V.y e-nbro dernl. soiw
with hemtit ned border" o:hr. with heavy
scallorctl er.d. the corrp:te set c of- C; fM
fer Mondjy at 4JO.UU
SO dozen McO-inch Illeachwl Sheets; Kwd heivy
round-threid cotton, regular price Is Tic j;-.
Monday, each UcJU
150 dozen 453S-lrch One Pillow Cares, hindkerchief
Lordrr; these mere bought to Fell at 10r I
each price Monday, each 1JL.
Black Dress Goods.
First
Floor.
You'll Find The-e Specials for This We k
ExceeJingy In eresting.
Ilktrk Albatross. 3S Inches wide, all 31
wool. at. rer anl OvC
Black Melrose. X inches wide,
at. per yard
Blnck Cheviot. M Inches wkle.
all wool at. per yard
39c
.45c
Blick Zlbellre. U Inches wlue-soeclal
at. per yard "
Black Mfaitral Crash. 3S inches Cfir
wide, pure worteI. at. per yard..JUU
BU-k Grnll SuitlnB. (I Inches t'Zr
UI- (extn ud). at. per yarl...Ut!L.
Black Pebble Cheviot. Ti) Inches fQ
wile, ixcellert grade, at. per d... VOL.
$1.50
First
Floor.
New Dress Goods.
Prices Are Reduced on .Several Lines.
C-fneh All-Wool Crepe Ecyptlan. IS different colors to
setect from great value at. yard
54-lnch AH-Wool Scotch Suitings, best value in the" "
(.tamv.. iTr uru.
45-Inch All-Woo! Melrose abth. IS colors, a qaick
seller, per yard
SMnch All-Wool Twill Back Broadcloth, best cloth
cer offered, worth Jt.5. per yard ,
I-Inch All-Wool Venetian Cloth. 1 plain colors.
.fcnft' . V. U.
K-lnch All-Wool Bannockburn Twetd, the swell thing
for coat suits, per yard ;.
...75c
...75c
S1.00
$1.00
$1.25
$1.50
Important Bargain News From the Carpet and Upholstery Department.
A Sale of Rugs Never Equaled.
This sale of Ruis offers more an I tj ater money savings
than anv sale vou have ever attended. Think what tnat means.
The patterns and coloring are the latest, mot beautiful effects.
Don't miss th-s ev-nt to-morrow.
$12.50 or S16.50 9x12 Rufs
A -wo. 1 B u s s Bus-:, S Zf !IXl2
ftp : Mr vs. se 'Ice ill ; ricol.t-nt
I if. 1111: ia no lil'O
$18.50 for $25.00 ox 1 2 mKs.
II U ml ' !. 1 U B'tirv
t-i . .Ii i :. ne r lmit 'tu; r.tli i-
or.i hi. aiui- f "0'
$22.50 lor $30.01) 9x12 Rus.
1 In. Ax:. In if I'nz-i re": c or
Itis: s.ilt:le 'o." mrcr llira y or
l.all; many O Irnt 1 p ttp n :it tl co'
or it- s: t: csp are gr ai values: w irtb
?20 0J.
S29.CO for $37.50 9x12 Ruzs.
Wihoti Iti.s-; !)s32 ftvt; th sc arc
ras's f r wi" r; a'l n w p tterns ami
po' r" .-!: va tie ST 7
$30 00 .or $40. ).') 9x12 Rups.
1? 1 w xni n pr ' u 5 Iz ilxlt!
1 w : y u kn w .u.s in .L w ; sill
Ii nut ful p .tte n.s; va!ur --3.JJJ to
? 0.1W.
Tor ills week irp wMl offr yon
pppla vain s in Carp is. as f-i.l "ws:
B -t T p str. B--s els 75c
W ol Velve' C-rp ts $1.00
Wilton Ve 'Ct Carjcts 3 1 25
(mrd Floors The acQ Curtain Event of the Year.
Barr's should be your objective point for the purchase ol Lace Curtains Monday and Tuestlav of
this week, and for these two das only we offer you the choice o our entcre line uf Lace Curtains at
a discount or 20 per cent. This includes all curtains from the curtain at Si .00 per pair up to the fine
Arabian at $200 per pair. Now is your opportunity, as this is an extraordinary offer.
More Great Upholstery Values.
Newest things in hetvv Curtain CPtnson. n le, l'"tiere at J price wuere we have but one pair of a pattern
to 10 e intended
TofCi at .17.5 9C7 3Q 3. 0 c37."i 56.0
-SO 0
. $10.00 To ci.se.... 58 75 $13.75 $17.50 $1875 $32.50 S40.C0
fl... i up .
Maiu
SIXTH. SEVENTH,
OLIVE TO LOCUST,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
d.rk trrccn. obi r sc. terra cot a, Liu ; some
riur.-tl t pan I lioi:o::i. utiicrs bor
dered. PntiN ran- irom S".50 o
In lhi great 1 panmr-ut we r shuwinjj a conip ete 'ne o" high-class window dr.ipc'ies -x Arabian. Kru-kcls, Cluny,
Rrmissn e ami Bonn I em lie and tiler ti c lac- ur. i.ns. Also a irge ass rtmetit of lace mtcrias for nuking to
nnler kpenal size Fb-irs tor iwn in- -n-l furniture cov r ngs. pnnteil cretom e-an.i dr r.-r iik. Es imate and
designs suimi.tcl for incrior han -i i s V rttrre. con h at 1 tab r c v-r, scre-n- an on riii cnshion. bra ami iron
beds, fo ilnii; areit)orts. r.x- inr hi rs. o Id pt-ies ol fu mture, hall clocks, p -ker tub es. music cabinet!, ladies wr ting
desks, cellercls, decorations for Or. ntal cor ers, smok n tables, etc., are shown on this floor.
Important .Special Sale of Blankets.
M0 pairs stHcUv all-wool Blank" f
white, all co or bo-ders. CC ftft
at. per pair )S.JJ
0 naira strictly all-wool R'Tk ts,
white with colored b rders. CZ ;ft
at. per pair 3U.OU
S-6 na'rs California strlctiv l-wol
Blankets, white, at. CO Sf
per pair JO.OU
i pal-s wh te wool B!anV " '
cokred tor.'crs at. 2! "1 ((
per pair. J 50 anJ h)O.UU
5W pclrs kersey blue crajr Pl-",'t. S
pounas to tne pair, in tni'iTT -
sale, per pair JZ.0
KO pair? heavy gray cotton
full size, ptr C o
pair 2)1. OO
THE GROCERY STORE OFFERS MANY BARGAINS.
If you appreciate pure food and low prices you'll appreciate these Declal-
?.": -rqwn Jewel Hour Monarch Jams In pta. , , is-
per duztn ..2.00
Valley Farm Early June Pea. ;. .13c
imporieu rencn Peas, regular lie
Erade. 2 cans 23e
Imported Micaronl or SpaKbcttl.
our 15c erade. per lb Ho
Fanciest Head Rice 2 lb 15c
Scotch Oats, new goods... 3 vkz- S."o
SS-lt. ack
4S-1K sack
Barr's Premium Chocolate,
1 lb
Gold Dust, recular Sc size.
....92.ir
....?t.io
lb.. .ISc
2!c
J for 10c
Mwatel Ra'stn. t crown, regular
I2c goods, per lb ioc
While Horre Tomatoes, fancy
pick, r Kular ISc grade lie
per Cozen I1.13
tar Cleaner j f.
1 Loaf. Advance Bran I. ! i
cans ......................... ...
HERE'S THE MUSIC YOU OUGHT TO HAVE ,.
orhi fi "S'".-uleh" D't'eland.- "Jollv- General." "Soko Arrival
-liTiSer.,,Sh S!S Skies; Canota.- S-nokj T r"-
marefces on5 Minday atf.. .." . ,-n:h" anl " otner tOr
rimlir - t- n u. . I . ..
".VJ2'- Cecelia." -Under the Rce." "Tj,.r. -n.ir.Q c-,,..-.,,-.'
, 'Si ".S?1 passion. -.Neome." "When KnUhthood Was in.
...
In nonet"
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""TirilESr r?; v"rJi?.s .8?'?:" "I". MV Drr.ms-.-IJ " .."C Ien"
tsung oj Lew Dockstader). "To-Mi-M " i-.v, r,-,m . - -i j-?'
bnniebodv's So-nebodv." "rtet.v it.iK. t- . .." .,;-v-. 7r ii... .- .;
bomebodv's totiebody
Me Vour
rSiiS. ? i' . Et,!,lr .Prlsht Eves.- Wh-re th. Gr.- Is Aiways
our D?m "5,i.sl : r "i,y Octoroon La ly." "You T. II f Or
our Dream. Hiawatha." "Lenore." on ilon.lay lvC
SIXTH. SEVENTH,
OLIVE TO LOCUST,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
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