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THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Senator McMillan has gons east
□ Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cook returned from
< 01. Uline, of Devils Lake, has been in
Bt. Paul dating the ireHc
Col. A. R. Kiefer left Thursday last for
California where bis family is.
Mrs. Gen. S. EL Ruger, of Helena, M. T.,
arrived in St. Paul Tuesday.
Flon. J. F. Meaftber, of Maukato, was l<xik
iu^ about St. Pau! last week.
Mr. mil Mr-. Du'lh'V. of Jamestown, D.
T., are visiting Dr. and Mr 6. Beecher.
On Friday evening the Post Siding Once a
Week club travc a very pleasant dance.
E. A. Hendricksoo ami wifu have returned
to their home at No. 30S Selby avenue.
Th<: eoaefanea of St. Paul gave a ball at
PfeifTer'ri lia.ll on rVednesdaj evening.
Mrs. H. J. Winsluw, of fleiUfp. is visit
ing Mrs. Washington, of St. Peter street.
A. N. Thompson arid wife have just re
turned from a visit to Illinois and ladfea -
The Social Glee club had a very pleasant
time at Miss Drake's, on Temperance street.
To-morrow night tb ■• 81. Andrewb toetetj
will give its annual supper and bull at Tur
On Thursday evening last the St. Pau 1
Arion society gave a very pleasant concert
Mr. E. F. Hamilton entertained a few
gentlemen friends at dinner last niebt at
tbe Portland Cafe.
Mr. Morris, Mr. Kyan and Mr. Merrill, of
Milwaukee, attended the charity ball last
Company D has been invited by the Du
lutb Guards to attend a party at Dulutb
Dr. C. Williamn, who has been In Ken
tucky and New York for several weeks, has
returned to St. Paul.
Hon. Gordon E. Cole and Misses Kate and
Anuie Cole, of Fariuault, were at the Mer
chants several days last week.
Mis 9 Alexander, of Devils lake, reached
St. Paul Tuesday, and is visiting Miss Min
nie Murray, of Nina aveuue.
Dr. Stone's son entertained a number of
his boy friends last Thursday evening at bis
father's residence on Summit aveuue.
F. W. Red path, of New York, proprietor of
the Redpath lecture bureau, reached St. Paul
on Tuesday, and was at the Metropolitan.
Mr. Thomas J. Keane, tbe popular pro
prietor of tbe Dowlinj: house, Chicago, aud
wife, are on a visit to fricuds in St. Paul.
Albert Barnard, formerly of St. Paul, but
for the last ten years a resident of New Ta
coma, W. T., is again iv St. Paul on a
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bodgjers, of this city,
left last uight for Hartford, Conn., where
they will s;>end Thanksgiving with their
Mr. M. O'Connor, a wholesale merchant
and capitalist of Indianapolis, hid., is on a
visit to St. Paul, and is the guest of Mr. and
The oyster supper and entertainment
Thursday evening at Pacific Congregational
church w:is a grand tuccess, both financially
The second reception and ball of St. Paul
division No. 2, U. li. Knights of Pyt.ius,
will take place at Sherman hall ou next
The second reception and ball of St. Paul
division No. 2, uniform rank, Kuights of
Pythias, will be given at Sherman hall,
On Friday evening the younir ladies' so
ciety of the First M. E. church gave a vcr.
pleasant musical entertainment in the lec
ture room of the church.
On Friday evening a very pleasant social
and musicaie was given at Mr. W.S. Dottlld
mju'r residence on the corner of Ninth and
Locust streets, by the, ladies of tbe Central
The Ladies Aid society, of East Seventh
street church, will hold an apron fair and
festival with New Englnud bupper, with
ladies iv ancient costumes, Nov. 28, after
noon and evening, and Saturday evening of
A grand ball is to be given at PfeiflVr's
hall by the Fourth ward bunting club, on
Sylvester eve, Dec. IS. The gentlemen
comprising the club are making very exten
sive preparations for the samu.
Miss Jennie King, of Robert street, leaves
this evening for Chicago, where 6be will be
joined by her uunt, Mrs. Whiteomb, and
both will proceed together to Los Angeles,
where they will remain during the winter.
The marriage of James 11. Corbin, of the
Bt. Paul posto'flice, with Mary L. Sullivan will
be celebrated Tuesday, Nov. 25th, at 3 p.
m., at St. Mary's church. The happy pair
will commence housekeeping at 34 Bluff
Edward T. Wyman, private secretary to
Marvin Hughit, Esq., and Walter Wyman
and J. W. Andrews, all of Chicago, auU con
nected with the Northwestern ro;id. passed
through St. Paul last week on a hasty trip to
On TucEday the 20th instunt, Mr. EL S.
Dearborn and Miss Kena McGuire *ere
united in marriage at the residence of the
bride's parents. No. 826 E. Seventh strut.
Both the parties were receutlv from Blue
On Thursday evening Mr. and Airs. J. W.
Bell gave a musical to their resident friends
at Merriam park. The vocal and instrmen
tal music was very fine and the Merriam park
people are to be congratulated on having so
much home talent.
The friends of Jacob Stoltz, who resides at
the corner of College avenue and Cedar
streets, gave him a serenade Monday niehtin
honor of the anniversary of his seventieth
birthday, and at the same time presented
him with a silver headed cane.
Acker Poet No. 21 is endeavorine to organ
ize a women's relief corps, that shall be aux
iliary to Acker ppst, and has called a meet
ing to be held at Grand Army hall, on the
northwest corner of Third and Exchange
streets, to-morrow evening at 7:30.
Col. Orlaudo H. Moore, U. S. A., who has
beeu at tue Merchants for several weeks re
newing old acquaintances in St. Paul, has
gone to Kalainazoo to enjoy the holidays,
after which he will go to Washington where
be will remain during tbe winter.
Mrs. C. D. Schmidt and daughter, of St.
Paul, have arrived iv New York from Europe
on the steamer Armenia, and have been at
tbe Fifth avenue hotel. Capt. Smith left for
Chicago Friday night to meet tiiem, and the
whole family is expected in St. Paul to-day.
On Tuesday afternoon, at the rooms of the
Standard club, on the corner of Eighth and
Jackson streets, Mr. 11. P. Sattler was mar
ried to Miss Ida Bergman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bergman. Rabbi Wechsier per
formed the ceremony. Tbe bride ;tnd groom
left for the ea6t after the ceremony.
The members of the several Ancient Order
of United Workmen, of St. P;iul, will hold a
so'-ial gathering ut the new hall on the corner
of Excbunge and Wes: Third street ou Tues
day evening next at 7:30. The exercises of
the evening will consist of vocal and instru
mental music, recitations and dancing.
This many friends of the gifted young ar
tist, M.ss LucllaGurney will learu with
regret that she is compelled to close bar art
itudio, on account of sickucssof her mother,
which compels her to go home to her where
she will be compelled to remain all winter.
Miss Gurney has been here for something
over a \ear." During this time this estimable
lady has done much to introduce the best
ideas of art, ami was succeeded in her efforts
in a very satisfactory manner. It is with
Tery gre«t regret that her friends :ind patrons
will liLar o. the misfortune that compels her
to stop thus suddenly in her successful
Mr. Chas. Pottgieser,tbe accomplished and
gifted young pianist, who has recently re
turned from Lib studies in Europe, and who
has opened a conservatory of muoic for In
struction in pianoforte playing, is arranging
to give a complimentary vocal and Instru
mental concert. The 'affair will probably
take place during December, and it will be
one of the most artistic events ever (riven in
Mr. Gus. F. Hall, for several years a prom
inent member of the Emma Abbott Opera
company, and who has opened a conservatory
in Minneapolis for voice culture,
has decided, to devote Tuesday and
Friday afternoons of each week to
j giving' instructions to a class in St. Paul.
: The class will meet at Dyer & Howard's
music store, and os Mr. Hall is a gentleman
of extended experience and unquestioned
■ talent he should meet with great success.
Th* Charity nail.
Armory hall never looked more inviting
than on last Wednesday evening, ou the oc- :
casion of Ac charity tali, given for the
bent-fit of St. Luke's hospital. It was I
superbly decorated With flair* and streamers j
by the ■— of the Minnesota Boat club. :
In tbe center of tbe large ball wax a beautiful ;
canopy, and from it in every direction the
i»tn'am»-rs of red, white and bine ra^'nted to '
all parts of the immense room. At one side :
of the hall a heavy rug van spread, upon
which the ladies of the hospital stood while j
tiiey received their visitor*.. At one ml |
of ' tbe ball, upon the etatre,
was placed Beibert's large orchestra. '
Ample preparations were made i
for accommodating all. The tables in the
dining rooms wire kept in continual readi
ness and all were bountifully supplied with
all that could be desired. There were prob
ably 500 or GOO people present, and a* COO
tickets were MM at 14 apiece, tbe receipts
must have been something quite satisfac
tory. The ball was a very brilliant \
one, the striking costumes of the '
ladies together with the toilets of the gentle- .
men produced a glittering scene. Among
the society ladies who graced the room£witb
their presence and lovely costumes were:
Mrs. Dalrymple, Mrs. Gilflllan, Mr- Ste
ven Mrs. Spaldiug, Mrs. Farrinirton, Mrs.
Hale, Mrs. Forepautrb and Mrs. Oillcer con- '
stituted the reception committee.
Miss Clcmmle Finch, Airs. L. K. Stone,
*• Aggie Keliy, . '• Sniiderr,
•* Mamie Kelly, '• I. lent. Andrews.
Bend, " £. W. Hough,
m Fannie I.arkin, '• Fred Wright,
«' Sue Farrington, " Capt. Hunker,
•• Carrie Drake, " J. H. Hll»ud.
* Nellie Hope, " Peabody,
" Mattie Gorman, " Judge Toung,
" Maggie Porter, Miss Nellie Thursun,
" Jeouic Bourne, " Minnie Wllgas,,
"* Nettie Castle, " Jessie Brown,
" Blanch Oliver, " Nellie Grave,
*• Hope, •♦ Winnie Murray,
" Swartzwclder, " Iluubard,
" Nellie Parker, " Washington,
Mr-. Acker, " Helm,
Mixs Waits, . " Ol;;a .Veldcl staedt,
" Karl, " Perkln*.
" J<u-iher, " Alexander,,
•' Rice, " Ella Morris,
" Sealcy, " Grace Vance,
" McLean, Mrs. Harvey Officer,
" Beaupre, Mi-- Palms,
" Fonule Goodkind, " Castle,
" ilk, " Powers,
and many others. Among the gentlemen
Fred Sii)luy, Stanley Proadflt,
Mr. Hopping, Mr. Lurk in,
" Secor, m Covode,
44 Kiltt-on, m Farnham,
" Suley, '• Leigbtner,
" Sherman, " Walker,
" llorinn, •♦ WedeUtaedt,
" Adams, " Young,
'• Scribner, " Hope.
" Stanley, »' Newell.
" Armblrong, •' Banning,
•' Thomas, « Mcudc,
" Hamilton, • Truman,
" Giiman, G. C. Squirt:*,
" Han -on, W. 11. llyndman,
" Parker, Mr. Barton,
The Uuitrd II < rkmrn.
The several lodges of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen meeting: In the hall. corn,
of Exchange and Third streets, will dedicate
their hall on Tuesday evening next, at which
time there will be a gathering of the mem
bers and their families and friends. The \
total membership of these lodges is about
$500, nnd it is expected tbe ball will be full
to overflowing. The first part of the evening
will be taken up with a musical and literary
entertain men of a high order of excellence,
as the following programme will indicate:
March de Tainbonr ,S. Smith
by ProfeM-or Caldwell.
by Mit<B Minnie Dunn.
Cornet Duet The. Hunter's Song
G. 11. Thomas and W. B. Keal.
by W. P. Murray.
by Hilyard'e Quadrille band.
La Somnambula Leybach
by Prof. CaldwelL
by Grand Mutter Workman Vance, of Winona.
Cornet duet The Wind
G. H. Thomas and W. B. Seal.
Recitation The Lovers' Parting
by Mica Minnie Duun.
by liilyard's Quadrille hand.
After this the main hall will he cleared and
those so inclined will engage in the pleasures
of the dance, while others will enjoy a season
of social converse and friendly greeting In
the commodious rooms adjoining. A cordial
invitation Is extended to all interested in this
Ltcrimril tit It . .1
The following marriage certificates were
issued by the district clerk during the week:
Charles Pctzold and Wilbclmina Gass.
Henry T. Saltier and Ida Bergman.
Charley P. Anderson and Eles Valielle.
Andrew Nowicke and Annie Post.
Charles F. Munkelwitz and Annie M
Alexander Ronald and Eva McGill.
August Lan and Wilhelmina Genz.
James H. Corbin and Man* A. Sullivan. •
J. F. Dickson and Lillian M. Moss.
Cornelius Madden and Mary Conroy.
August Klacharky and Lizzie Munnsky.
Henry S. Dearborn and Runa McGulre.
Alfred O. Messer and Nellie E. Schmled
. August Kronke and Minnie Gebart.
Alonzo D. Knapp and Madge Murphy.
Edward P. San born and Susie E. Dana.
Andrew Kick and Fanny Eicha.
Michael Miller and Annie Decben.
Frederick Hureinsal and Augusta Kregber.
Emil Malmgrem and Emma Liudquist. •:
Carl E. Nelson and Mary r.-on.
Eugene Barrett and Lizzie O'Connor.
?.!atbias F. Hennas and Margaret Stbram.
Chas. Ziehl and Alvlna Voefker.
John W. McGuire and Susan M. Adams. .
The Mttfnrd llnune.
We wish to call the special attention of
our readers to the very attractive concert
promised for Wednesday evening at the
Metropolitan hotel. This concert offers a
rare opportunity to listen t<> a number of our
most cultivated amateur musicians, among
them Mrs. Tarbox, Mrs. F. B. Clarke, Mrs.
Ramsey Niningcr. Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Jilson,
the Misses Tliurston and others, as well as to
a number of our favorites among the profes
sional musicians of our city, including Mr.
Mr. Buckelew, Mr. Wood and Mr. Enselt.
This concert is given to render more attract
ive, and to financially fortify the "Mitford
House M This name brines agreeably to
mind the fact that the effort to furnish c-oni
fortable homes for the strangers within our
borders is not oniy evinced by the towcrtag
walls of tito "Ryan" and the solid f routs of
new apartment houses, but also by at least
one comfortable and healthful hotel for
young persons of the gentler 6ex coming to
the city for self maintrr.an-e.
A year ago a meeting to consider this sub*
ject was called by Mrs. C. P. Noyea and
Mre. R. M. Newport. The question so per
tinently discussed by Mru. Liveroiore, "What
shall we do with our girls?" was freely can
vas-scil, and a society was at once formed to
undertake the responsibility of securing and
furnishing a suitable house where lodging
and board might be obtained for the mere
cost of maintenance. Aitor a moat ex
tend<-d and wearisome search, a new double
house, containing twenty-six rooms, was
found at No. 345 Sherman street.
Tiirouirh the financial endorsement of a
committee of gentlemen, consisting of Mr.
0. P. Nape*, Mr. Maurice Auerbach, Mr.
Thaddeus Field, Mr. Thomas Cochran. Mr.
Vau Duzee and Mr. J. Q. Adams, the boose
was at once obtained for a aeries of yeara.
THE ST. PAUL SUNDAY GLOBE SUNDAY MORN ING NOVEMBER 25
Through the cheerful encouragement of a
lance number of ladies, and tbe tireless en
ergy of a few, among whom should be men
tioned Mrs. J. Q. Adams. Mr*. F. B. Clarke,
Mrs. C. P. Notes, Mrs. G. Q. Whit*. Mr«.
Sun ford Newell, Mrs. Thomas Cocbran, Mr*
E. W. Win Wand Mrs. Jas. Walsh, the boose
was speedily fitted to furnish pleasant winter
quarters for all who might desire It* hospi
For several months tew availed themselves
of Its privileges, either from Ignorance that
such hotels were extensively patronized In
other cities or from a misapprehension of
the design of the enterprise; but one after
another, strangers comlnz to the city found
the welcome advertisement which appears
each morning in .the Dally Globe, and by
early spring a large family gathered around
the Mitford boose table.
While the bouse has seldom been crowded
to It* utmof t capacity, the number has been
so satisfactory as to give tbe record of resi
dents a total number of one hundred young
strangers, who have for a longer or shorter
time been truest* of the bouse.
At the n cent acnu.il meeting of tbe asso
ciation the foUovtM uflHc<:n wi-r- elected for
the •■! Vn>. F. B. Clarke,
denf: MfS. C P. KqfM, fir« vice pnniJ< nt:
Mrs. E. \\ Winter, nmM .aent;
Mr*. C'tias. Nichols, tbiri <<lent;
Mi*- H.-rfU, secretary; Mrs. J. Q. Adam*,
■ Tb.p remaining members of the bovd are,
Mrs. (i.o. Skinner, Mrs. Corlles, Mrs. Earn
••ll. Mr*. Fred Draper, Mrs. Newport, Mrs.
Wm. H. Merriuin.Mrb Moon, Mrs. Harbaugb,
Mrs. Cress, Mrs. Theo. Scburmeier.
M Paul Hotter Rink.
Quite a large audience assembled at the
St. Paul Roller rink, corner of Jackson and
Tenth streets, last evening to witness the
exhibition skating of Miss Mabel Davidson,
\ which occurred according to previous an
: nouncement. This rink is the oldest
■ one in the city, and while tbe staid, toner
I St. Paul people have not gone mad over the
i art there are many who thoroughly enjoy ( t.
Miss Mabel, a bright little l»dy of twelve
' years of age came upon the floor at about
I 8:30 and for a full half hour she held her
audit- nee spell bound by her marvelous feats
of skill and grace upon the treacherous rollers.
Not an Imaginable feat that It Is possible to
accomplish dues tills little Queen Mab fall to
perform, and not a false step or motion did
she make during tbe whole exhibition. The
appreciation of her skill and talent was re
peatedly testified by loud and continuous
applause, and from the treatment she re
ceived it must be said that a prophet hat
honor even in bis own country. The rink
will be open all day and evening Thanks
giving day ; Mar. 27. The First Regiment
band furnished the music last evening.
T- Aid ihr Orphans.
Despite tbe inclemency of the weather
Market ball was crowded to suffocation last
evening by tbe many friends of tbe orphans
desirous of contributing to tbtHr support.
At the polling places tbe voting was brisk.
For tbe buffalo coat Chief Black still has the
lead. Chief Clark a good second. For the
lap robe for the most popular temperance
man Anthony Hines, a "tried and trusted"
liet (taler, maintains s good lead. For the
elegant sleigh fw tbe most popular ptn*tclan
the vote sUnds- Dr. Hint 55, Dr. Marko.
37, Dr. Snyder 18, Dr Ancker 20. For the
-•I of harness for the most popular livery
man tbe vote stands: W. D. Wright 45,
Hill A Keating 2o, H. C. Temple 25. James
Brennan 30. Dive Burk ■ IS. The fair will
be continued Monday and Tuesday, when it
is hoped tnat all those who have not attended
the fair as yet will do so.
Kemeinber next Monday and Tuesday
evenings, at Market hall.
At Hlnlr H-ar
Tbe White Bears— through tbe efforts and
for tbe benefit of their borne post of tbe G.
A. R. — have provided for a grand public en
tertainment at Getty's hall, White Bear vil
lage, on the eveuing of Thaukagiving Day,
Bees* vi rv clever borne talent i* being
utilized for the spicy occasion, and a liberal
pal ron age Is confidently expivU-d.
The proceeds will go toward forming the
nucleus of s general relief fund for the
above organ izntion, and other entertain
ments will be given during the winter.
A WONDERFUL DISPLAY.
Something 1 to Remind People that
Christmas is Approach! uj?, and a
Kemiiuler 'i hat is Worth
Before we know it. owing to the unusual
season, tbe holidays are going to be upon
us. Nothing present* this fact mure thor
oughly clear to us than tbe opening of many
attractive holiday stocks throughout the city.
An unusual on* tin was noticed in the lurg.
drug house of E. H. Briggs, 114 East Third
street, one day last week, and th« curiosity
which inevitably gets the best of most any
mortal, led to an Investigation of the stir.
It resulted in a veritable feast to the vision
of a penniless pencil manipulator, for Sir.
Biggs and his army of employes were open
ing bis holiday novelties. He shows some
thing wonderful every year, but this season
he has absolutely outdone every former effort
nnd will be able to present to tbe citizens of
St. Paul and the whole northwest, commen
cing to-morrow morning, one of the most
superb collections of art.ftic novelties ever
shown in tbe west The stock embracrs
an endless variety of magnificent imported
eroois. Among other features, every imag
inable style of ladies' and gentlemen's toilet
cases, dressing casts, traveling outtits, Jewel,
glove, handkerchief, collar and cuff boxes,
in real Russia ami alligator leather, untanned
calf skin, silk, plush and band painted satiu,
1-i.oDv and other goods. Tbe stock is so
complete and so largo that it is impossible to
describe it: but be extends a cordial invita
tion for ladies particularly to call and ex
amine it. The gentlemen will also be care
fully entertained if they present themselves.
It is an actual bazaar of beautiful things and
is so artistically arranged that one most for
gets to think of the time when seeing the
Probable Murder Through Jealousy.
Pittsbcko, Nov. 22. — In a fit of jealousy
this morning a young man named Samuel
Stewart brutally assaulted bis sweetheart,
Katie Hobson, inflicting probable fatal injur
ies. The couple attended a coachmen's ball
at Odd Fellows hall last night and in the
course of the evening Stewart became so in
toxicated that Miss Hobson refused to allow
him to accompany her home, and left with
another young man. At 5 this morning
Stewart kicked the door in of Miss Hobson's
residence, rushing up to her room knocked
her down and beat her in an unmerciful
manner. When foucd t>he was in a semi
couscious condition, two ribs were broken,
her face pounded to a jelly and other injuries
which it is feared will result in her death.
Stewart was arrv stt-d.
The Plenary Council
Baltimore, Md., Not. 22. — The secret
session of the plenary council continued to
day at the seminary, aud * conference ot
bishops and theologians was held in the after
noon at the cathedral. To-morrow at the
public session, high pontifical mass will be
celebrated at the cathedral by Arch BUhop
Feehan, of Chicago, and a sermon will be
preached by Bishop Fitzgerald, of Little
Rock, on "The Sacrifice of the Mass." In
the evening Bishop Hcnnesey, of Dubuque,
will preach at the cathedral on "Toe Sanc
tity of the Church," and Bishop Ricbter. of
Grand Rapids, will preach Id St. Alpbontus
church ou "The Indtssolubility and Sanctitj
of Matrimony." There will also be a tem
perance meeting in the evening at Ford's
opera hou^e, where Arch Bishop Elder, of
Cincinnati, and Bishops Riordan, Keaue,
tepalding and Ireland will make addresses.
Hartford Time*: No one of the many dis
tinguished Independent* who have rendered val
uable service* in behalf of President -elect Were
land will ask for an office. Y«t it would b«
! graceful and becoming on the part of Mr. C'ieve
j land to tender a cabinet office and a good mission
! to dtstingaished represenutirca of the Independ
ents, who did efficient work in the c tcrais and,
j retting upon their principle!, mod«»tly decline to
1 aak for any office .
Anything Like It?
I Should Say Not !
Actually gives away a $2.00 pair of Overshoes
with every $5 00 sale of Boots and Shoes.
It is astonishing, and evidently the crowd
thinks so, lor his store has been fairly overrun
all the past week. But there's plenty left, and
to-morrow morning will see us bright and ready
for vigorous business again.
You had better come at once,
for this offer will hold good
only for a few days longer.
All pood* sold at regular price?. All good* marl el in plain fleruro* We
defy rump- 1 «n **uo quality of good* All utn styles. We are agent for
all the first quality leading Rubber companies :
HUSTON RI'BBKR SHOE Co.,
( OIIM . IrIHtKU.
WALKS HOOUYEAK &CBBER Co., and many others.
All flip late -trios of Specialties, Fine Light Weight, Fierce Lin*d Overshoe
In all styles. We are the .only house carrying a complete line of Aew 2>tjrle
Lais' Fine Fmcli Kill Hana-Tnmefl Drass & Party Slues $5
Ladles* • OW<tN WM Hand- Hewed talking Shoes, *4.
Ladle-,' DuMioLA lid Button shoe*, $3.50.
Men's Fine Hand.-S mil tab Calf D* Sole Shoos
In all styles, for 96 60; regular price %7 50. The be«t $ 1.50 Calf Sewed Shoe
for Men e?er sold iv the West, in all styles.
81. Pail Apt for lie Genii Eislisli Menu.
Send for Catalogue. Mail orders promptly filled.
386 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul.
. . . CHINA, CROCKERY", ETC.
Tie Great Closing Out Sale
ACTUALLY BOOMING !
It is universally known that CARDOZO & HEINE ANN are striv
ing to olose oat their tr< mendou« stock of above goods and will
make, To- Morrow Morm. g, a renewed attack in the wav of a
5O PER CENT. DISCOUNT
From regular prices, on any and al articles in their store. This is
an unprecedented offer and will only hold good until DECEMBER
10, for on that date they will olo*e out what remains in stock at
In Package Lota to the trade only. They are aware that their loss
by auction will be enormous, hence make this remarkable offer of
53 PER CENT. DISCOUNT, at private sale, until December 10, in
order to reduce their stock as much as possible, before placing it
Call and secure some of the Bargains before it is too late. You
will find what they say is true.
Goods delivered anywhere in St. Paul or Minneapolis FBEE.
CARDOZO & HEHI,
129 Bast Third Street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Will offer during this Week
The Following Bargains
Hit Fill nl Onbl
Prices Below Manufacturer's Cost !
200 PAIRS WHITE BLANKETS, good quality,
lull size, at $2.00 per pair.
250 PAIRS WHITE BLANKETS, nice quality,
full size, at $2 50 and $3.00 per pair.
Regular price $4.00 and $4.50 per pair.
150 PAIRS FINE WOOL Bl ANKETS, extra
length, full size, at $3.50 per pair.
Sold by other dealers at $5.00.
300 PAIRS FINE WOOL BLANKETS, extra
fine quality, 12-4 size, at $5.00 and $5.50 per
Other dealers ask for these $6.50 and $7.00.
200 PAIRS ROY 12-4 & 13 BLANKETS,
best quality, finest wool, $6.50 and $7.50 per
pair; usual price $9 and $10.
All our best CALIFORNIA & OREGON BLANKETS at greatly
Reduced Prices I
5 OA^ES COMFORTABLES, heavy Cotton Filled, full size, at
75 cento each.
5 C^SES COMFORTABLES, Turkey-red lining, filled with
be-*r. Cotton Batting, reduced to $1.75 each. Generally sold
250 CAPRFAGE *. TRAVELING RUGS, at s3 and $3.50 each.
Worth fully S5 and $6.
This sale offers mutual opportunity to those who bare not jet purchased
their Winter supply.
TWILLED ALL-WOOL MMELS !
SCARLET AND BLUE! BELOW MILL PRICES!
100 Pieces Twilled Flannels, 25c per yard. Good heavy quality. ttood value
at 4 Or
150 Pieces Twilled Flannels, 33c per yard. Very heavy and fine quality.
Regular price 4 sc.
D"6 I'lecM Twilled Flannels, 35c per yard. Extra hoary and very fine.
iu-irular oO<» quill y.
• omplete lines of Plain, Scarlet and White Flannels,
>ha«er ami A nut mi Society Flannels,
Ilitsket and "pern Flannel*, '
Jersey * tripes and » itl»-r Dunn Flannels.
Plain and Embroidered Flannels and Flauncl Suitings in Plain, Plaid & Figured
Til k MINNESOTA STREETS.
Mail Order* Receive Prompt. Attention.
LITERATURE All ART!
AT THE BOOK DEPARTMENT OP
Dickinson's 99c. Store,
The Cheapest of all The Universal Favorite,
The Bed Line Posts ! MM * chaftirte > m
*"v/ uuu JJJJJ.U X UUMJ ■ i EDITED BY ELMO.
Only 74C. Onl 48 °-
Over 100 101 l pa?e illustrations, and brim fall
Pabll.lwdttSl.SS. Be.ntlfallyboandinaoth, °' Interesting aud instructive reading.
Pnbluned at $1.25. Beaotlfally boand in Cloth, -- *
—^ —«. o(|r Cirj , g CHIrrERBOX>
Barns* Byron. By Louisa M. Akott and others. Large type and
Browing. FaTltrite. fnl1 7 iliuotraied; llluminaied board covera.P at
Uocthe. ine*>l»ir. Ushcdat $1.00.
Lucile. Mil*on. -, , __
Moore. ilere.iith. Only 58c.
Proctor. Shakespeare. _. ,
r I Three Beautiful Books of Trarel for Boy* and
Scott. Tennyson. oiris,
lope. Poe. At 98c Each.
Schiller. Wordsworth. Pnbiisbers price 81.75.
etc, etc., etc, etc. Oor Boys' & Girls' Tour lr«uo I th« World.
' Orer 100 illu»ttatior..< by the beat artiau. ll
lnminated board covers.
Y% Ii v 1 w • . * This v the most instrncti vii and pleasing of all
Four Riff Kiro'iiins ks^ss'-j; v capUTatinz fromih9
1 1 via vi o vai guiu^. Van Wrnf| mm< vmm urn
Shakespeare, Ireland. Scotland. England, France, Italy,
• D J r * OD » i Switzerland, Germany, Belgium. Holland, Kns-
TennySOll, ! sia, Turkey. Greece, Sicily, Portngal, Spain.
Moore, Illustrated with over luO illustrations. Only 98«.
Elegantly bound in fall Library Sheep, *»■ W^r 'h Tra ►!< in \\h an<! Afri a.
. With orer 140 Ueantifal illni>tratlona. Illuminated
Only $1.48. | £---_
S.G. TlipHMfln 1 Great Hlpwv 1 11 ph nt
St. Paul, Minnesota.