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DOMESTIC FT IT |J|'Tp|||iP'iipMlM II I\II ■ II ii, CLOAK headquarters
Bargains for Monday. They're right in line with the rest 0 i\ltfffl| f« ji -P^i » llPlffT IPr * llnii^iiiMii^ff^^^^' i WERE, TEIVIPTED
al'eX^kfttl.,™^"^^ HM__U_______BHPPffiJfTW I JjS|"^ wS_^^ e 2_r^t^_^£__ .St'c^S
Teazle Down Outing Flannels and Guinea Hen Flannels; you know <S I 1 WnMlHf Til 1 1 1 ffi Tlirlf-Hnßri t fliJfclMral__lW Pl '^^j^gg*' 0 takes'' ■MnS' «?\t° SCleCt froni T n ? "back numbers," no "early mis
iHie other stores ask you 10c a yard for them. Monday they 4W I_^j? I $ '»^«_fi_l_B_Bl__ißS_l^^W*B^^a<^ Bl^^^ «L '8 bought at £>t " Came W " the pH ' st tw ° wee,ts ' ' and were
100 pieces of Heavy Eiderdown Flannel, in neat stripes and figures, )? ■§ 1 _ _L « <|M____l *"- *-' * t -^ IV I C-_> _____C •
fc blue and pink colorings, for dressing sacks, etc.; the regular wholesale \\ « 1 ______► Bliß _» ______ _n __h_l __""__ jS_n_i«b!» ___^& .*«. _____ _J_! X Y^^S?
-' £Mt°^^.^'^!^. c . Mteayari; "' choice Oc Si 14 s^l IKS SIIIO Ulct&lC IxOOQS Ji|r look at these:
Cream White Baby Flannel, guaranteed all wool, sold no- f CSfm X «__fL ____« V {ft &M^mU ~~ latest correct Franklin front, storm collar style
where tor less than 35 cents a yard, will go Monday at I VC j MTV JF% THEY SAY THERE'S A WOMAN with an X-Ray eye living on 11 \\f3r Ss '°° values the world oven Here tomorrow at
Heavy Buffalo Skirting Flannel, in plain and stripes, all colors; « H f Q£y&SsT Summit avenue Whose Vision IS SO powerful that She Can 566 Clear X fin |^$3_T €__*_! _TfcQ
tC^rice^rondav 1 anywhere for less than 48 <- eilt * a y ard - QQ/> 8 W fW through everything. What if every woman in St. Paul possessed an » © (JTjt 9>-fc»sf Ob
** S^~ X l llSMg^f X-Ray eye ! What Chance WOUld the mOSSbackS have in pulling the 0 rlJßj|Sfv^S. (They're new, not over 10 days from the makers'
Cheese Cloth, one yard wide, all colors; our everj'-day low | _ g% _ 11 \\ P^%/ WOOI OVer the eyeS Of the Women Of this City by making them be- O f?f "'W^ \ ha "ds.) c— _ _„,
pnce is 6 cents a yard. Take aii you want Monday at *^« tl ff lieve that every other day some silk manufacturer is going to fall to X *-&* THIS ONE:
Fancy Eiderdown Cloakings elegant styles- sold by the AA Ji II lfY^\___ accommodate them, SO that they Can Sell a five-dollar Silk for 98C. \\ ©8* , ] Vomen ' s Jacket of heavy "fleecy" Boucle. very
other fellows at 45c a yard, 25 patterns to select' from, at VV)C 8 ■ "W There's a great deal Of bpmbast and Wind in SOme Stores, and the j> JW n T e V ty i le I r 2?! i_ not JV^ tofore show «; half
. , H „ M 8 woman who wants something for nothing invariably gets trash, or, to use a modern phrase, 8 row at ed of °° or $1000, they go totlior
mixed cc^s a, W o^h l *^ s al "^^ ,es wide ' in black and fan c>- gets left. As the world grows In age it grows in wisdom, and experience has taught the § tW^T^^ USE AO
at. ...... ' ' ' «HJQ X^l reading public not to swallow the wishy-washy silk stories dished up and warmed over three gWj $_$§} 93i98i
_ %ip<*f*i~* J> times a week. People know full well that where the largest amount of purchasing and trad- j> mlmWr
1.000 Biack Fur Robes-yyou can't match them for 4^ /> rv Q « ing power is concentrated is the place to get high-class, low-priced new goods, and that IM%^ swei^J.ewstvvV.?, 1 . lar , Weave ? ou i cle Jac^, etc ' ver y
les> than $(„50 in this city. Take them at 2_.tJ.VfO nlapp iq thP flOl r_F=*l%f F* 11 1 1= \l «^^«^ f-weU, new style front, sleeves and storm collar; half
*F^-^f X Place IS me Cjt_>i__.l_Jl___rN _r<Ul— t^., X imed Wlth fancy Taffeta Silk, a 5515.00 coat tomorrow for
200 Comforters, well made, full size, fancy calico and sateen coy- U ij iA They are Checks, Stripes, Brocades ,_ , ii QA. Hundreds of different kinds of 8 «lfe^_^^ __ft. _TB_ nm_
enug; our low pnce on them is $1.19 each. We let them £XO^ j At |Uf and Changeable Japanese Taffetas. Iflg M Q7C Silks to choose from, including X *^^^ ShK.flfl
V ir ° at y/OW <J In Blacks they are plain heavy Iv- IU some of the best Silks made for jj A V^^*- ■ m*' m* ■
lrtn n f . t _-„ , ■„ „. . __. >) dias, Surahs and Brocaded Japs. I J this season, such as Cheney Bros., John X 7^ j-*. »_ • »».
,-.„• nt_? ; fancy covering, filled with pure white you « Opening sale 1W D. Cutter, Sterling Mills and others. These 8 &£j& fllir RirT HrACC Cl/lrf Clin
cant match them for less than $1.48 each. lake your |AJ Do n't miss reading the last item. Silks come iv lengths from 5 yards up to QflC "Ui OJR UiCSS oKIIT OdlC
. ' CC «Pl|lV X 50 yards, suitable for waists, coat linings, XU U j> ° w%»£"V
,ir>..„» h^,..« vr_/i , <-^ . . ,„ , ... Q ii l£a~ The - V are Chameleon Brocades. petticoats and entire gowns for street and II mt X aBS^ still continues. Come and tret a nerfect-hanp-intr Tailor
J ao/.en Home-Mad. Comforters, fancy sateen covering, filled with (S /IT /l|_^ w t ri,wl anr* rii P ,-k.H Taft'.t;i . evenin.w.ar fr_i,_ nn . «;„n- „,;._ *r /< ifffffirl „„,. c , • . . _ *» , IJtI ie <-t-nangmg laiior
p , rrl t e b aU inK .c_ tr a^ g o„.va,„ e at., 9 SeacH.k | «g J « £~S?S_a^3 AA » -J"-^ I ««L Jf f__
- '4pi»'**f ,^7 0 a large assortment in Black Silks 111 jjlain ■J|lg i-#lß_> I II ELSwla X Mk Wk\ maki "«"'
1 Ann n-i -i c_- _.m X a »<^ figured weaves. These are all new #V| rm^* a ■ *_-_nw_i"i ft M |m -..«__
1 000 lute Sneet blankets, large size, OC\^ 8 Silks and different from anything shown I_f Best Changeable Taffetas made. _E_a_t* « 4S^ mWSmW NOTE-Owing to the small margin of profit, we shall
i ß^" _fr7t this season. Grand opening price W Mondavonlv O<WC» &&& make a J sraall c . xtra charge for alterations. No skirts
1 <> -^.tvt _ !_. 1 .•_ «»««»-»/ , vMiy iw /r — ..oiMJ— reserved or sent on approval.
2,000 11-4 size Gray and Tan Cotton Blankets; advertised by others g the last item. Haskell's Changeable and Black \ SL-™^^^^™^™^
as special at 68c Take all you want tomorrow ££C|_f»>. iA Id They are Heavy Taffeta Plaids in No. 1 Taffetas \ X^****™*****^^
JVV \l sivC every conceivable coloring, Giveraud Bros. ' Best Changeable >? 1 [ |&T f^ «k| f\ f^ f\ _ f-V «p B m ■— > m f rf^
... . _ »,,„.,„,, .... .? Stripes. Brocades. Chameleons, _ Taffetas /_____■ _il_____ S> P 111 _H ill I_U\3 AU I |W| L 111
50 pairs of Gray All-AVool Blankets. 11-4 size; weight, r\ O § Printed Warps and Monotones, Black Silks OflC Paul <'""i»>iner's Best Changeable / __™ gfo f\ S> f! II 1 I | 1 J I I Z* IT If I_T I 1
albs, each; only 2to a buyer. Tomorrow 3fcI # T/0 8 in Plains, Fancies and Brocades. Now is <I| U Taffetas f| ■BI ' J *"' l l ' *-' i " */ ■-< I /"% I\l IT I !__. 11 I »
S? your chance to get useful Xmas Gifts for lJll Passevant'^ Best Changeable Taf- I B^"^ ■ qmmpy
11-4 White All- Wool Blankets, very fine; others (fl* f g /%(! X a little money. For this grand event, only. fetas "* M X Ml^l^CA.
_ will ask you $7 a pair for them. We say Jp^f.V© . ES^The last item will interest you all. These makes are the best pure dye — ■ J^fe < y Our reputation in this department has been
A lanetasand of the highest qual- i ■ M | H )) _^r='<? wnti by birrl ,„_rl T" 1 _ ■ •
11-4 and 12-4 White All-Wool Blankets, extra fine goods; you possibly 0 A J iA More than one hundred different ity obtainable, sold everywhere \ X M&L . +T / v5 ii 1 " P °lt re( l uires
cannot duplicate them for less than $8.50 a pair. Our __t S Af^rn W ft AT dyC styles and colors. They are Bro- from 75c to $1 per yard; for our 1 « ifti&'jw.^ B" re . at enorts; DUt the day hasn't come yet in
price for one day only 2_) O • ___f JS? /V cades. Stripes, Monotones, Cham- grand opening sale Monday, over J )? *2__^l*42ri wll i cll th i s store takes any backward step We
-WliiWi. 011 ,_ _. 8 eleous and Rainbow Effects. In Blacks 100 of the latest colorings to/ « mWSt emphasize the importance of the opening* of this
SOOFeather Pillows: you can't match them in the Twin "> pw X they are Japanese Habutai. Brocades in E f\_ choose from. All go at / S> >k fefcOT}.#^* deoartment in ih n?w Inr_.,y« _,;.!. 1 "1
Cit.es for this money. Each »>^C large and small designs, Gros Grains, /I U __ 4 mm < W>SSSS^R ae P artm . en \ in ltS new location With extra special
*-*-**~ ' Satins, Surahs and Bengalees. Opening BL JlOif fillllHS. WtfTtl , m the VCr - V thin S" S ou nccd - We ' ve
_J 50 Plush and Wool Eap Robes, worth from U n |_C D..!^** S> week, only " w B*fc-rs%Pßm «nws«^i s> TyKS&^jß searched everywhere, not only for new styles, but
51.7.- to 50. 75 each. Take your choice tomorrow at naiT^rPlC© J? B_r There is a surprise party awaiting you in . Two cases of new high-grade Black Dress Fabrics j< TO2^^J for good values. We challenge competition. No
X ' +i.« i.e. ..i m will greet you Monday at prices which will make you » «_■_++_,-_,,_„. 1 ,_■_.. _v,-:~_. _ . ,
100 pairs of Shaped Horse Blankets will go Monday 7^ S the last ltem ' happy. F » matter how low prices may sound elsewhere, our
I** '^ C Bki Cftr T^.^est. cleanest and highest A i />^^, Worth double! 50-inch Sicilians, prices are lower.
100 pairs of Extra Heavy Shaped Horse Blankets; these are very X ™ VS* qualities in Silks ever put on a ** [An 50-inch French Imperial Serges, II Oft (5 1,000 dozen Turkish Wash 1 ! 36-in. E. E. Unbleached -J r
I fine goods and would be cheap at «3.50 each. Monday fl*» -• -^ _T\ . S _• . counter at the price; styles and A »* *-w 38-inch heavy wiry Storm Serge, f < « Cloths. Opening sale price, IT s »eeting. Opening sale price, \C.
iftheygoat A .79 » U .f S l ?p man y to attempt describing. 38-inch Wool and Mohair Fancy Jacquards. #,lJ «each 1V j per yard u 2*
_^_^_^_^!^. t^ ■* *- r (S i ollow the crowd to the opening of the fin- __ rifinrf nn»ninn. nr;.B ___^_r « _«■'."_.
■ttZ^Z&tt&X^^ est Dry Goods Room in this country, and PftC 1^ T *«' 'V V." ' VkV' * ' "■' ' 8,000 dozen Fringed Damask 40-in. White Apron Lawns, 7,
s you will all be rewarded. Values will ntl 0 jU lft r A arge table full of blacks in « Doylies plain white and bor- worth 12* c. Opening sale/ f
(_ fnrVPfV Y\c±r\m*+++t £±++4- .. speak louder than words. For this event, JiJ Al«)7t tufted and crepon weaves, also » dered. Opening sale price, each price, per yard 2*
i^ln last item we will tell something you all . oo~rSni?v^f thi eJtiie «a a on^ <Q C Dam .f k Doylies, regular 10c r Crash Toweling, worth 10c. /j
JBA«EMENr. 0 ___«__-*. rtnll.n i« grandest opportunity ot tHe entire season. %*« « quaht3'. Opening sale pr cc, .IC nneninß- s_i. nHr. w r fl C
X can see dollais in. Don't miss this chance. Others would ask |l|l j) each ' e;W Opening sale price, per |E
®l Cti+rAlCC f__t r.llcri«m«A ft A^^A^ Theya«everykindofSilk,Mon- up to 75c. Get them here Monday at \ » 500 doz.' fine ' frino-ed 'satin" *7 I ' ' " " '.' ' _" T V"
m£\R\ 6 * W/¥ and Rainbow Effects, Brocades, AT HVC f til Christmas. You could never « Opening sale orice each I V , bleached Sheets, size 2^x2^
IV* y iA If you have not seen our _ K<! nrf m . _t _f r„f n « Stripes, Checks and Two-Toned Armures; AAfi w 'find more useful gifts nor more « "*> ' * ' ' "_ ' ;■ yards. Special, each
l^jWl'Sm f?c.orre« Tf^!™ tfrom.mportand American » W1 wanf r . » ff . . if «_, '«.»__ $1.25 per yard, for the grand opening day I*lJ U 8 Fringed Cardinal and Turkey Ex!ra Special lor this Opening Sale.
J&*Oi GlasTfor" th,^ hoi .f, S01 ?«; to wa I nt in Cut Do Taffetas. If so, read of the finest dry goods room in this coun- O&J » Table Covers, size 56x64, lft/ , m
*£Zl Glass foi the holidays, visit our department during » last ltem ' try. Price, only . Vl# X worth 65c each. Opening sale i\fQ \ 70 and 72-inch fine double Satin
_ " — ~ OUT oale IVlonaay. S^ft^^VW^W^^*^^ price, each u,v i Damask, full grass bleached, made
Read These Prices GarefuHu.- |HOSIERYDEPT.... PDERWEAFDEFO
gy Bm JL _!_M _-____.___. __■ i__T m ■ amam m S. ?? ir * I™'1 ™'" „-m> f■ — * »»^ „ »••• « . -^ ■ ■- t//V rock, Polka Dot, Pin Dot, Carnation,
uut biass HaiT-Proce Pfiondav. MfliNrL °° R ' $ mfliN floor. saiepu.e large anrt Fern » Sweet Pea .
■* Q Sensational prices for this sale. Hundreds « _^llllS_flSiPliP^ over 2 ' ooo dozen j> Art and Embroidery Linens etc - We guarantee it to mutch any
Cnt o^eS a .? a ?'.:":r. pla,ed .! ops ' ioc of do r -s of , Lad .r' r d ™*™'» **?"? g»| /tPHk receivßd the »«' § s;_aro. c ™f a "? s hed a „d"™: s^^^'S^ss 79c
'V»» ij on sale Monday that we have bousrht within the 8 ____i_:rii . w' 1 week. Immense » rf_ ■' aoarts »nd Tray : , .^ I7V
> UP r:: ilVer : PlatedtOPS ' IQC !^ St t6 f n ( t 10) 5* BKthan8 K than K SOC ° a thedOUar - l IfllßHWll Quantities Of ChU- 1 SS^dVt^^^S^oll W^^"«-to each purchase,
Cut Class Toothpick Holders, d""^^^ II ■ Underwear - -rgain Tables in front of NAPKINS -
0nl >'' each IOC r fice pdcet^ ir tot T "'.^ ■ MWM IS mUS^ be SOld in the " 22 and 24-inch odd Napkins, no
Cut Glass Oil or Vine-ar Bottle V ?S <, P , „ , l ° S0 " . x ne^ g"Oorl-, SS Hg «H Hw «* * i « Come in and see our styles table cloths to match, regular price
only, each .. m^ arßott ! eb : or »«?* be * old quick-here are prices that will H § V next two weeks. an d Trices and match them if $15 °' $2 " 75 and S3 -°° per «AA
_. _, _ , % 5V^ S< doit. » JW/ -MfflfflßlM ■* 670 dozan of one X V* I^* „nu ma.en inera n dozen. Opening sale price, 3*/ ||9f
Cut Glass Tumblers, diamond and fan, g 7V\ r^ INJ I~_ £1 I'" __ffi* ' v *r J. > < - yOU Cat1 ' | per dozen . . . . . L,VV
only, each lOCsi /Tivji^iUMY fi >S*' : l number of Ladies <L~^~^^~^~*^~^
c -ss-jar.^ 39C B sass.£:ft?sr °— H - lOc S^b.__jSusS |drug^epaSmeS^^
; Cu,^^S'.^-?'-y 23C | -^i-;,-i^^ d ' Co " o;; ' Hose: Iflc 1 I 1 MUS-M. | SPEC,AL PRICES FOR MONDAY
; Cut Glass Sugar and Creamer, nice size diamond and d» 8 inches » "'PS 25c » 25c Underwear « ff^ al S ie C , od^ Liver oi l 72c
fan patterns, only, pair .' . \-ds,#2 g 8«, d^n ChHcl ; en ? Black AU-Wool Hose.^A at 15 CentS, etc 8 J}^ g^e^ : ! : : ' ZV' " : S,^
. Cut Glass Handle Olive Dish, 6-in. size, only, each .... 49c X hiehe' * ™t «80 dozen Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, gF § 25c Dr. J. W. Rush's Cough Cure .". .'".V. .\".\ * *|5c
■" cuici::"?:^ «^ «-^oito]i^^ I 1-^ , 15c § Klss^ss!!.^ _
, Cut Glass W atei Bottle, medium size, fan pattern, only, each .... 89c . nee ' heavy wei^ ht - Sizes ZOC « . 8 50c Eureka Catarrh Cure !. 29c
; Cut Glass Water Bottle, large size, fan pattern, only, each «*1 25 . . ° » ad J eS ' b , CSt combed Egyptian Cotton Vests jj Best lit Quinine Pills>
■ Cut Glass Water Bottle,large sise.new pattern worth « . «;n * ' *'i «I o__ 830 dozen Boys ' extra heav y All- Wool Hose. The best » ?; nd an tf' fl eeced, cuffs and bottom of vest *r 0 t ain dozen. 2c I 3 grain per dozen . *5r
Cut Glass Celery Tray, on£ each ' ' ""^ffS paring Stocking macie If we were allowed ig 411 81lk ' P&ntS Sllk fimshed; SIZCS ' 3 ' OC 8 zfrain per dozen g . J f£_£^ |S .V. .' «
Cut (*,! ass Sherbet Cups strwWrv' and* f' ' ' n ',' ', $t ' 39 o-Jverti_e the make they wouldn't last two $Q % .« ;^<U^ • • ■ § Finest quality of Witch Hazel Extract, per pint, (bring your bottle). .. 8c
CutGl^Ld[vM u irS;*3wT!l f^.Onlv,each 2 5c « i hourh - ■• ' ■ ;. ■ ' V*y •■ y ;•• •••- V 670 dozen|*ies' Ribbed Wool Vests and Pants, IA 25 Gross of Eeoni et Cie.'s Glycerine and Rosewater and Cucumber
cut Class individual Batters, set of six, ouly 75 0 100 dozen Ladies' (plain) All- Wool, Heavy, |g. » three-quarters wool; the best Merino garment lUf ft and Glycerine. Regular price 25c per cake, Monday per cake Jsc
- - Cut Glass Individual Salts, only, dozen 6 q O Merino Heel and Toe. Sizes j|)£ « on the mtirket ,w » 3 cakes in Box.
' Cut Glass Pin Trays, only, each 00 8' »c _T vC__" 7 \ " ' ' * S_ 36 dozen Eadies' Natural Wool (plain) Vests n 1 »i«««««ss_^«»iS_^^^ »»»»_«««5«»»_«
V Cut Glass Knife Rest only c. eh J»C )< /-"-dozen Ladies heavy Seamless Cotton Hose, | A « aud Pants, three-quarters wool, .i / C« fl A IMMiT A T^ _T^ T-v _T^ *_n*. *TT^
fo, , s^ nilcKcbt ' on3 >* ea . ch | 5c 0 Spliced Heel and Toe, fine gauge and heavy. Illr X heavy and soft... HA UIfW AUF EiF^ t^TT
j Shaker Salts and Peppers, silver-plated tops, assorted patterns A ft Warranted Fast Black g36 dozen Ladies' Natural or Camel's Hair color 7 r » lin_\U ?▼ _T_L J__\ j_L_r JL/ _L__/ JC^ JL .
ot cuttings. Monday, all day, each " OC ?< 60 dozetl Ladies' heavy All-Wool Hose, Rib- /)| « all-wool Vests and Pants, guaranteed best I !)f « BASE/VIENT
. ~"-~~~-^~.~»~~>~^^ ft bert Top, extra double Heel and Toe. A good [\C O selected stock ,w » -™
l-l r.nc.i -P*hj *•*-_ 2 _r- 1- _^. *T> O 200 dozen Ladies' heavy Cotton Fleeced Hose, a -«%r Bmiw 1 1 « „ TIGH 5 " » - i jfL ul■! ■__ Mf
IlOUfeeittrniSlting DeOartttietlt 8 Two-Thread MacoYirn Stocking, double Sole /5C ft tien ' ien^ th " at 50c fW| jrf|ft 'f^ 3fi§ ff^^.^'^M^ Will IHI» fT
.*, vpui ML.CUI., and Toe, extra high spliced heel, heavy fleeced § All- Wool, ankle length 98c| Jj ft mill liMWI
GRANITE YA/P^F?!^ «16 dozen ladies' Cashmere Opera Length Hose, r A ft 15 d <>zen heavy 2-2 ribbed all-wool Tights. £• /^
s#wi-_,r^C_^. ft fine gauge, heavy, best SlfC V C *P l *4 o »|j m £&
Just see what you get for your money-high- priced goods for a small sum _> . qU&lity » Children's Natural or Camel's Hair Shirts, Pants and « "^ u»t^u C t b . _._>.r-^, „ _. «._.-««
s:=s^ ' ( iS 2o dozen Ladies' Imported English Cashmere j_A » Drawers, 80 per cent wool, finished seams, soft S MA I Orlt Ib. LADIES HAMMERS.
•^^^—^s^^ 3 **' etC 1 _________ ft Hose. Heavy and best quality made. Double Mir « enough for the most delicate skin; in every respect a « The celebrated Beatty Steel They are larger than a tack ham-
Sas=i==^Y^ fc^l=|p_fb 'l^—r^r^ « sole and hi ff h spliced heel «/WV « first-class garment. » Hatchets, fully warranted, mer and smaller than a car- r
~ /rf R ••HjJ « Ladies' Imported Ribbed Cashmere Hose, /«r ft Si?e 16* 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 % and worth SOc. LyC penter's hammer, cheap at 10c. !%C
<.-: ■// , %toi J m# _ i J' « worth 50 cents. /«*r » — » Monday " ,w Monday vv
01..HM ...MP-- r Gr^TSresden Sauce » 5 | Price. . 14c 19c 240 29c 34c 39c 44c 49c 54c 59c j| POCKET KNIVES.
Three Sizes. Three s/Z/k eUleß_ Pans-Five Sizes. i) Infants' Ribbed Cashmere Hose, White, Pink, tC ft Bftyg* Shirts and Drawers- Extra heavy /« i <! Ma °y styles and sizes, and you pay 35c and 40c for them.
&KSES££!K£ge "^AA^^K SSSSSc'^BSaS-gS 1 SSaSH Bla ° k ' be9t a,l - WOOlCashme -- e . I3C I naturat wool, best wearing garment on the J^ Monday IgC
No. ..w.th cover. Monda^Sc O.w >loi.day27o L™_!!!!! ' 1 • ' l *"** HAT AND COAT HOOKS.
.M.ii.wiu.co.er.aoawic g-gSS^ig^^ »COCCXX>O« ; OCXXXX>(>^^ l^^^^*^*^,^^ No screws needed to put them «p; never sold for less than 10c a _
wpa-^^^r^^fy ' jc « <* dozen. Monday. AmC
ij I MEN s FURNISHINGS. LADIES' SKIRTS ( pettic - fe ) I w c^ -^ loa SS Ss^£^2£
J/ f^~ "^y^ <? , ?/ fl Cage Monday 20C
Granite Convex Sauce ' p" .."*^ >S 300 dozen Natural Wool Half Hose, good heavy ft Skirts Jon, Bargain Table at these prices Monday only: » , ft«ftaßSs««««««««r^^
Pots-Three Sizes. Granite Convex Sauce Pant -S __J ft wei STht, regular 15c goods. At this sale, only, pair. » A ' Q « -*___=»__
£ a7 _w}Jh««n r "2« n^ ay S c x- •; Th , re^ Slzes - ________ i,., h « « « 24 dozen -Ribbed Cotton Skirts, kr_e._ length, r%\ „ » /^ #*^S ~s~~%~s~~ —^^^^^^^wvvvJ 1
ho. Kwnh cover, Monday. 29c ho. ?. with cover.old i.ri.. Gram le Windsor Dippers— ,? -4 _r~V » -.^^< i_.- __? I _T! _) / /jl— *^«\ («,.-.. . ,
ko. **.wiui com.Moiiday.32c 55c. Monday..... Isc Besuiarsize. |6 1 1 ij^ « assorted; colors fc^^afQiSSKS < People I. Vitig in the country, send in >
a 3 * DOU,tpay^ ond,,y ,5c iv/c. i^^^^^^sS^r ie^ h ' 75c f® 'i wkV your orders * You positive| y take no j
fei i BT » Granite Con- I '!< |^ »or with colored borders VuC » Wi____^ /"MIR CAI P PIIPPACC
_f "^-Threo "^""^yf H Jf \ k5zPC 9 I 10 do * en Bla c^ Sateen Skirts, umbrella QCy--. | UUI\ wULIJ ISJI\ I Ut)C '
— ' P'SlllStA e .:wond^ y .29c KM h /%«„,_?_ W.-«J!_^_^U« X » bound OOt/ » that your first thought will be to turn to this store, as*we know we can ,
£JH fIH < /V|g f] S rTanCiK^^Gh Sef S. % 10 dos-a Black Sateen OulKed Skirts -oocl do better for you; the daily crowds that throng this store proye it. We '
m^mKmM ¥^2^dS, ' H ' ' • f. ttWack sateen ,SS " 98C I »«« establishment for thcricb aadpoor, carinffor the 'reqn^nts !
W 1 J saucel'ois-- Cl^ 55 250 dozen Men's Initial Handkerchiefs full si. » .11 » . ' gof the masses. c study to buy and select the best in quality, such as ,
V / lour " ■■*"■'■■ >S initials, regular 12'^c goods For one* day only « " M erntt's" Shrunk Flannel Skirts, Q<eA A^ « well, wears well, that we know will satisfy the requirements of the
G.-aiilieTes PoU- Three — -^ Grauile Coffee Tots- Three 'A say only - y ' tf assorted colors, yoke band kPl»\Jt_J « entire people of the Northwest. Our stock iv variety and matchless I
Sm-^Monday M. Satt&S^i&SggS smffic. Monday 28c « ' Q^ fi All - Woc>l Mor^» 14-inch yelvet flounce, g JS* a *,?f JV"^ '
Mcillum .lie. Monday 2Tc >o.lo.witheover,Moudn.v.2ftc Medium size. Monday. ...3lc SS t^lC' fl velvet bound fared and vok. band: _tl 4 _* t_ » flitlcal examination, assming those Who favor us with their mail
Larg. «.e, Monday 31c Kall.wnlicovcr.Monaay.3lc La r«e size, Monday.. 3 .. .. ,35 c % %*¥%*% « guaranteed all wool . . .' $la4o « orders, or with a visit when in St. Paul, that they will experience no I
t'j_t mm ~i___f i_y -m_r ____irm_r i_r fc* it >^ __ __, k _ _ _ ' " » disappointments.
THE SAINT PAUI, GLOBE: SUNDATf, NOVEMBER 29, 1890.
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