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llt SILK SALE.
I There's a something about
1 our selling that his a /!\^%
I magnetic power to draw XF pw cpfj^^l
■ customers in crowds con- .f
a tinually. It is more likely S' py/CP /
5 that little prices combined f<\(\ v\( S) I
S with good quality act as a /•:-*// /[-*•[/ VaC/ I
] good bait. The buying [r)"\\ I 1
I power of your dollar" has t\J^7/7iS*3L V,
I one-third more weight here m^^2*^SP^^^_S3
I than anywhere; that's the ,
* interesting part of it.
' Where mone}** saving is d^" \ V^ i- ""
3 (.onccrned, self-interest is *•? £_^_^--— **•
) doubly concerned. The "*
■j values we offer in the Golden Rule are unmatch
■i able elsewhere.
Every lady in St. Paul ought to take ad-
I vantage of our great reduction sale of Siiks
5 Monday. We mean to clean up our entire stock
;j of this season's Silk this week, cornmencin-f
i Monday morning at 8 o'clock. Such Silks at
I J such low prices were never seen before. Every
kind of up to date Silks will be found in our
stock at prices like these:
25c,, SSUo, 48e ? s©s ?
I ®9g ? 98e, $1.18.
All of our High Novelty Silks, worth up to
I $3.00 a yard, will be included in this lot,
5 SILK AND VELVET REMNANTS.
Remnants of Plaid Silks, Remnants Stripe
Silks, Remnants Check Silks, Remnants Bro
cade Silks, Remnants Wash Silks, Remnants
Lining Silks, Remnauts Black Silks and Rem
nants Black aud Colored Velvets. The prices
below take them:
ISc, 10c, 20c, 30®,
Linens and White Goods
"-' In this busy department, where crowds of buyers
§ congregate every day, the accumulation of remnants is
fi necessarily very large and rapid, and especially so
I after last week's enormous special sales. During the
I next three days we will offer all our
s Remnants of White Goods,
I Such as India Linons, Lawns, Swisses, Nainsooks and
Dimities, at ONE-HALF the regular price.
Remnants of Bleached Table Damask.
Remnants of Cream Table Damisk.
Remnants of Turkey Red Table Damask.
Remnants of Crash Toweling.
Odds and ends of Napkins.
And all our Soiled Pattern Table Cloths and Bed
soreads — Marseilles. Satin and Honeycomb, ALL AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Wide-awake shoppers, who know from experience
what a Remnant Sale means at the Golden Rule, will
turn out to take advantage of this opportunity.
ST. PAUL'S GREATEST
II £|* EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR HONDAY
J9KI Patent Stopper Root Beer Bottles, jW [■
M* Pint size, Monday only, per dozen.. *_rOC
\ Jt-O&k. Remember, this price is for (Monday only.
i_"j_^jfiß Tin Covered Jelly Glasses, J_-pint A^
ffe ''■* "Ifcl s ' ze » Monday only, each -B-C
•"'. ~P4f& Gold Band Glass Tumblers — 20 barrels nice,
'-■'"*--§lP_ ne > thin Glass Tumblers, with Gold Band,
7 7 7| flared bell shape top. Monday only,
t*-^ J eac^ 'tPC
*r__^^© Only 1 dozen to a customer.
Mason's Improved Fruit /ggjg^
I Pint size, only, per X *^__l_i
Quart size, only, per KQl*- < ". ivCJf9_ft__3
dozen OJFU |^^««8g
'.--anon size, only, per _U£S*_ XATSSiSB
dozen \3%W%M WLfA vgS^"«
Packed one dozen in box, complete. |8|
! Extra Rubber Rings, good black rub- || wB
ber; other fellows' bargain, 2 doz- 4ig% __^rf flf_l^__s
en for r e. our price Monday, doz. ■t*
""H SOCIAL 1
Mrs. X. C. Wiiliston, of Red Wing, and
Mrs. C. A. Seldon, of Cleveland, 0., are
giK.sts at the home of E. V. Canfreid"*
Hon. John Pe.erson, of St. Peter, internal
revenue collector, was in ihe Park Wednes
day as the guest of Frank F. Stevens.
.".iiss Lou Frisk Will return this week from
Fi.tßo, where she has been Visiting her Elster,
Mr?. Horace La Mont Daniels.
Kit. George Williamson entertained on
Friday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs.
DetmmißC of Alabama.
The Ladies Gu Id of St. Mary's Chuich will
hoM a special meeting on Monday evening
at IMS Carroll street.
Mis. A. J. Duug'asa Sr. entertained Mrs. J.
D. Blake and daughter, of Minneapolis, at
luncheon on Friday.
Mr;. Kiunk Errett has issued invitations
for an afternoon luncheon aud euchre party
on next Thursday.
Judge M. Fish, accompanied by his son
a id daughter, are guests ta the home oi Misb
G serge Sto'AShton.
Mrs. D. P. Elder ls entertaining her sis er,
-.lbs Mamie Rsed and MLs Payne, of Owens.
VV. H. Crt^.dall and son have returned
frem New V*- ! i and the East on Tuesday
\Y. H. Crandall and son returned from New
York city anc'. the East on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Bruulett, of Laura avenue, is enter
taining her mother, Mrs. Kennedy, of Ohio.
Mrs. George Slaughton has returned from
v sho: t trip through Northern Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clausen will return
fr. na New York the first of this week.
Rev. John Pemlerton is enjoying his vaca
tion tor a few weeks at Eden Prairie.
Mrs. Parsons, of Burlington. 10., ia the
£jpk Great Sale of Fine Muslin Underwear. |Iml|
I ■ W ° are ° nee more fully P re P ared (0 astonish you in Muslin Underwear, which has already W^^&^^^^^
W- given the public some notable aud highly profitable surprises. Here are the goods for Mon- X^lliiJiP^/
A/fgifl'^}'fs^^^ ( **- jr ' Just remember when you read the items that when we say "regular value" we say it X ) *y^ /
vß£sJjfjg-&1F with a full understanding of the situation and with absolute sincerity. In addition to the two \\\ A 111
great sample lines we have on sale, we will close out all broken lots of fine underwear at the \\j °l 111
same prices. Note the followiug prices for Monday:' W_M-_--*-»
CORSET COVERS. DRAWERS. NIGHT GOWNS. SKIRTS.
£»ar^s! c °2" jw-^am*.- , %gzz..^.:.T.4ao was.^ 73_
10c Covers. Monday sale K<» en t\
price only OC -Oc Drawers. Monday sale A Qp SI.2S Gowns. Sample sale T^B** $1.75 Skirts. Sample CTk&^
19c Covers. Monday sale |A p P"ce only __.«*«* price only fOG sale price only @06
price only.. ***** 7Sc Drawers. Monday sa!e QAp $1.48 Gowns. Sample sale 7Q. $2.50 Skirts. Sample fl_ 4| -$ gfe
rice only "*V "^ SS© P " CC V WW* price only 739 C sale price 0n1y.. ... _<Jff
75c Covers. Monday sale AA_. 89c Drawers. Monday sale $1.75 and $1.89 Gcwns. Sam- A*» __. $3.50 Skirts. Sample ft .3 A<f__>
priceonly B_l*£© price only -*®W pie sale price only tfoC sale price only *$Jb*_WCP
$1.00 Covers. Monday sale gQ C $1.00 Drawers. Monday sale RQ $2 and $2.50 Gowns. fttf AJ- $5.00 Skirts. Sample ft AA A
P r,ceonl - v **+?** price n9*9G Sample sale price only. O 11-SO sale price 0n1y.. .... ¥2_*9B
1 " ' ! ■ ■ — .
a good hearty
laugh — it looks
so well and
costs so little.
Paper at 15c
a pound pack
age of 3J_
y it to be a high
"j priced paper —
fit helps your
w riling so
much Few write you on better paper.
Envcl: pcs to match, 25 in a pack
age, for Be.
fiiipiTj,., .*l< ■ ■ J tPsT eai! *»rS_S6**-t:*?*- ■•■":» •
We made a deal for a full car loau
of one kind of Trunk; there are all
sizes; they are extra fins quality,
with straps, at just half the price of
the other fellows.
-28- : .nch »i»S 52.98
30-inch s:Z2 $3.25
32-inch size 53.50
34-iuch size . . $3.75
36-inch size $4*. 00
38-inch size $-4. 25
40-inch size $4-. 50
They Are High-Grade Trunks!
W&^v-t^ rt AM _-
To be closed oat at One-Third Off.
All Our Lunch Baskets,
All Our Fancy Baskets,
All Our Waste Baskets,
To be closed out to make room for
Jfl& LAWN SWINGS. PAINT DEPARTMENT.
J-Kfis Country homes are incomplete and posi
f][\ X \ tively behind the times unless provided SPECIAL MONDAY.
m l/\ I k with all modern summer conven
wll \ ! \ iences, such as Hammocks, J_ss_s\ It costs less to keep a building
g/I \ j |\ Swing-s, Lawn Furniture, etc. • /|T" \ n we^ P a i nte d than it does to make
I / -SI _A \, rru a. , . w P~S^*»s In In [ Jtil a splurge occasionally. Put on
m //mJSsLJi "al-wk The strongest, simplest and best \\ / J^T^ \v (tl fl f\* 7 11 .1, a ■ 1 a i 1
///|B ZWi \ Lawn Swing on the market. For /\\\ \/Z\ \vV\\\ ' S a J Ia P ted to the ex "
Pg I _W^ SsJr |^' : \l ease and comfort they cannot be ex- LVw d* g\*® VI // // P°SUre of this climate. Our
celled. Made of all hardwood, finish- XtJ^Tv^ J^' C* ~s^l*^Z^Z^ paints are mixed with this idea
W^W^^^^^^^^ ed in natural colors or j^^^^^S^ST^ in view - The durability and COV
|K^V.^_a__»a^___^*'«_BfesKSs^S"""* painted red; height, 10 /!> f\ f\C\ is*. XVVrrv V,-; tJ?(/ -a c 1 • 1 1
'^ sssa^^^^ s^ m^^ eet> p u t u p ready for $ A WK K V -^"3^?L^2X ering capacity of our high grade
use, foronly <|/%/«>/LI fjT C^^Jl\^ mixed paint decides the econ-
We will supply out-of-town customers at above price for the next 10 days. 1/ . omy Ot its use.
7~^~. I 1 \^^ \"^f aJSL. Golden Rule Cottage AA
Domestic Room. Lining D w>™ nt - \/2^-J&m Paints ' P er al - ••V !c
Edw_rds' Best Lining Cambric, in \) \\ 1 -^ Every gallon gaarnmeed. / \J\f
6-cent Fancy Prints. Special.. 3 C g^gT * P ° GM 2C &Uft~tka?#* Roof Paint. MK^
6-cent Fast Color Scotch Lawns M °»f J& 'j£oa£ T_seS &^^ Per gallon 4-5©
r-cenTkci^d WhUe'caHc^ Sgc grld^ Monday . . 8G *£^ St White Lead « Red Seal br - d . P sr h - d - d - $5 50
Special 354 c 36-iuch Fast Black Percaline, A^ Bath Tub Enamel, pint can 39c
c ,T , , r, ■ a c\",~.,/ splendid quality. Sp'lMcn.lay. UU Lewis Lye. 3 cans Oc-
S no .:,i /, _ Cloth, tbe b9*t gooJs made. Spe- *f| KdT- o ■. ■ .. .
P ec,al 4c cful.. ... , BWU Send us your Mail Orders.
guest of Mrs. P. G. Ruynard, of Prior ave
Miss Vilotta James has returned from a
term's teaching in North Dakota.
Miss Alice Currle is visiting among friends
and relatives in Currie, Minn.
Miss Grace Hancock returned last evening
from a visit ln McGregor, 10.
Miss Kitt'.e Sullivan ls attending the sum
mer school at Madison, Wis.
Mrs. Ott. of Preston, Minn., ls the guest
of her sister. Mrs. Hedges.
Mrs. S. G. Cobb entertained her uncle, M.
A. Bingham, of New Ulm.
Sanford Small, of Union Park, ls spending
a few weeks ln Chicago.
Mrs. F. E. Thayer is entertaining Miss
Moore, of Nazareth, Pa.
Miss Louise Magnuson has gone to Dassel,
Minn., for a short visit.
E. A. Currle and son have returned from
Dickinson, N. D.
Miss Lou Davis is visiting for a few weeks
in St. Paul Park.
Mrs. Dr. Brooks ls visiting among relatives
Mrs. Ed Burden has returned from a visit
Mrs. Klommer is entertaining Mrs. Wilson,
Miss Marie Craig has returned from a visit
Miss Elsie Atkins has returned to her home
I. G. Anderson has taken a short trip to
Misses Nellie and Eva McKenney, who are
now visiting in New Richmond, will soon
make their future home in Valley City, N. D.
Miss Edith Montgomery, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Montgomery, of Minne
apolis, are visiting in Boston.
The social given under the auspices of th(»
Acker Relief post at the home of Mrs. Gor
don proved a great success.
Miss Myrtle Buckman, who has been vis
iting Miss Nettie Smith, has returned to her
home at Morgan, Minn.
Miss Maud Knox, who has been visiting
Miss Benham, has returned to her home In
W. D. Watson and family, of Brooklyn n
THE ST. PAUL GLOBS SUNDAY JULY 17, 1898.
. r '
«® AND WAISTS.\w
£? 0 "Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be If'^^-Sj^
wise," they say. But you really ought '
to see our "Perfection" Man-Tailored Skirts before you go elsewhere and
pay more for a common factory Skirt. Perhaps you are one of our many
thousands ot customers who know about them? Other dealers may tell you
theirs are "just as good." Comparison will prove that they are not.
SPECIAL— 600 Black Mohair Brocades and Jacquards, new patterns
li-esh from our tailors. Made, lined, shaped and finished better /t>-4 n !«'
than the best $5 Skirt you can find elsewhere. AYe sell thou- N_ I H.
sands instead of a few at $2. S3, $2.50 and V1•O *J
WASH SKIRTS at 39c, 65c, 85s, _8c and up to $5.00.
sir.w^ ol^ V AL «E ~P U S new Corded! Linen Crash <M
Skirt, 4 yards wide, 6-inch hem, double-stitched tailor seams *k I i\\l
inside and out; better than any ,2.50 Skit"* in.town t&" VJ7I«V/^
WAISTS. WAISTS. WAISTS.
The best values of the season now coming in. No "job lots " but fresh
new, c.can Waists for less money. Why pay more elsewhere for trash' Our
prices are 39c, 43_, 75c, 93c, $1,25, SI.4J, $1.75 and $1.93
More good \\ aists here than in all other St. Paul stores combined.
SPECIAL .VALUE AT 98 CENTS-Many new styles, new patterns
new weaves; White Lawns, new insertion embroidery combinations— eve- so
many styles to choose from, all fresh and clean, all si_es. Poorer d\ r%
Waists are priced at 51.50 and $1.75 around town. We will sell thou- UK C
sands instead of a few at yQ^,
$10 and $12 SiSk Waists for $5.00
All fresh and new, latest styles, all at the price ft B- A A
the other fellows ask for "trash" #&• $ObUv
I — 1 Jewelry Section. BS*
1 *r ■ butrance.
/\ f\ Sterling Silver Link Cuff " . "v "'"JL"' "ll
mQ & M ia t^-"^..- n^. f sc ft >Tv '
™ W Sterling Silver Bangle Rings, ** uuN
Enanieied "American Flag" Gold front, hand-engraved
Bangle, worth 25 cents, __ Pin Sets, attached Dy sol
-1 J all sizes. IOC d ered link chain, i)*;.
Tomorrow ■ *" worth 75e set. Sp'cl C«C
V., are guests of Mrs. Watson, of Minnehaha
Mrs. Cleveland has been entertaining Mrs.
Erwln Pemberton, who is en route for Wash
Mrs. Stebblns and Miss Stebbins, of Ken
yon, were guests of Miss Benham duri f*ihe
Mrs. Fowble has been entertaining her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, of South St. Paul.
Mrs. M. P. Jones and daughter, of Crystal
Lake, have been guests in Hamline.
Mrs. William Sinclair, of Stillwater, has
been the guest of Mrs. D. Hopkins.
Miss Anna Lentemire has been visiting
at the home of Mrs. Caldwell.
Mrs. H. A. Wells and son, of Wells, Minn.,
are guests of Mrs. J. H. Jones.
Mrs. Q. H. Bridgman and children are vis
iting for a month in the East.
Misses Alice and Ruth Humphrey spent
part of the week in St. Paul.
Mrs. Cole has been entertaining as her
guests Mr. and Mrs. Niles.
Miss Irene Hickman, of Lakevlew, ls the
guest of Miss Maud Scharff.
Mrs. Ackerman, of Stanton, Is the guest
of Mrs. David Morgan.
Miss Cora Montgomery spent Monday and
Tuesday in Stillwater.
Mrs. E. E. Barkuloo ls visiting for a few
weeks in Annandale.
Mrs. Grace Benham has returned from a
visit in Faribault.
Mrs. Norris Atchison is visiting her par
ents at Pine City.
Miss Ethel Harris has returned from a visit
Ray Watson ls visiting for a week at Lake
Mr and Mrs. F. Silvernall are visiting ln
Miss Lizzie Jonee has gone to Watertown.
EAST ST. PAUL.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Grace M. B.
Church will give an ice cream social next
Tuesday evening on the lawn adjoining the
church. Mrs. C. E. Slayton and Miss
Florence Pinska are the soliciting committee.
Miss Dora Burnett, Miss Florence Pinska,
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Gundlach and Mrs. Bow
den have charge of the tables.
Mrs. Dick Watson was very pleasantly sur
prised Tuesday afternoon by a tew lady
friends In honor of her birthday. Among the
guests were Mrs. Parrlor", Mrs. Jeffery, Mrs.
Pomeroy, Mrs. F. H. Wafsou and Mrs. H.
Watson. The decorations were sweet peac.
Miss Lulu Marie Henton, of Luverne. and
Mr. Martin Carlson were married Tuesday
at the home of the bride in Luverne, at 8:30
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. - Carlson have gone
East and will be at home atter Aug. 1, at
1114 Reany street.
The Young People's Society of the First
Swedish Lutheran church will give a musical
and literary entertainment next Wednesday
evening in the church. Mr. Ahlen has the
programme ln charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Murdock McCloud, of West
Superior, and Mr. and Mrs. Sanford McCloud,
of Duluth, and Murdock McCloud, of Kasson,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McCloud,
of Reany street.
The Sunday school and members of the Ar
lington Hills church will hold their annual
picnic at Minnehaha park Saturday, the 23d.
Mrs. C. Nelson and Mrs. Wood chaperoned
a party of young people to WHdwood Tues
day. About twenty were in the party.
Mrs. J. Anderson. Mrs. A. Anderson and
Miss Sanstrom, of Spring Garden, are guests
of Mrs. J. Holmberg, of Sims street.
Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald, of East Eighth
street, will entertain the Idle Hour Cinch
club Thursday, the 28th.
Mrs. A. Lundquist and Miss Edna Lund
qulst, of Sims street, have returned from a
month's visit ln Duluth.
Miss Inez Korth. of Lafayette avenue, has
returned from a month's visit with her grand
parents ln Stewart, Wis.
Mrs. E. S. Humble and Miss Edith Humble,
of Dundee, Minn., are visiting their mother,
Mrs. R. A. Slayton.
Mrs. William Olmstead, of East Fourth
street. h;-s returned from a month's visit
ln Cuba City, Wis.
Miss Mella Kendall *nterttined at cards
Monday evening ln honor of Miss Stephens, ot
Fond dv Lac, Wis. —
Rev. Henry Holmes, '<fof Wauwatosa, Wis.,
ls the guest of Mr. an* Mrs. Z. G. Holmes,
of Burr street. *n *' v
Mrs. P. J. Houlehan, of'Edgerton street, will
spend the month of August with friends in
Trenton, Ont. Jl tn
John Asvumb, of Madisonjl Wis., ls visiting
his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs.' A. Asvumb, of
Mrs. Jones, of Stewart. Wis., ls visiting
her daughter, Mrs. F. L. KCfTth, of Lafayette
Robert Maimzran. Of yo*" 1 " A marina, ls tha
Spring Crop of
J**"*j"jfiav. The fashion in
_^_^_™i_l babies remains
4^^h± from generation
B - B^^rtßJEßEy*7** unto generation,
\t lid» conies make cer
tain it is up-to-date in wheels,
springs, the wicker-work patterns,
upholstery and parasols. Our entire
line of Baby Carriages is newly
bought every spring— same as the
Cloaks, same as the Shoes.
Special Clearing-Out Sale of all
our Heywood Baby Carriages, from
the cheapest to the best.
For Monday and the balance of
the week we will sell our $6.00 Hey
wood Baby Carriage, with rubber
tire wheels and Heywood patent
brake for fl*J^ *jg»
only c T?<*J)
Our 59.98 Heywood Baby Carriage,
with Heywood patent brake and rub
ber tire wheels, upholstered in silk
plush, with satin p:ir- fl*g* €3£f3_
asol, only *^ I_J a 3_9 3D9
Our $11.10 Heywood Baby Car
riage, with rubber tire wheels and
Heywood patent Mt """""P
brake, for *^C& _- c *' ffl
Our $13.00 Heywood Baby Car
riage, with patent brake and rubber
tire wheels; your choice in uphol
stery in Silk Plush, Derby Cloth
or Brocatelle, for A 4£
Our $15.00 Heywood Baby Car
riage, with rubber tire wheels and
Heywood patent AA JC
brake, for only *$ lUltaU
Our $17.00 Heywood Baby Car
riage, with Heywood patent brake
and rubber tire wheels, upholstered
in plush, velour or 6^4|«g _&_&
corduroy, for only . . V» ■ E.lfO
Our $21.98 Heywood Baby Car
riage, with rubber tire wheels, Hey
wood patent brake and your choice
of upholstery in silk plush, broca
telle, silk damask, velour, or the best
quality of broad- tf^ Ag* &£%
cloth, for only 9lviOll
customers when order
ing Carriages please mention color
of upholstery. "^5.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson, of Arcade
Mrs. C. H. Culver and Miss Stella Pettit, of
Case BtTeet, have gone to Erie, Pa., to visit
G. F. Woolsey, of Case street, has gone to
Milwaukee to attend the Foresters' conven
The First Swedish Lutheran Sunday school
will picnic at Lake Minnetonka Friday, the
Mrs. F. C. Spates, of Fauquier street, has
been entertaining Mrs. Douglas, of Anoka.
L. Fayette Allle, of Ellsworth, Wis., visited
East St. Paul friends during the week.
Miss Stastia Haley, of Willmar, is visiting
"Vl^s Susie Wilcox, of Buri; street.
Mrs. F. Sturdlvant, of Case street, is vis
iting relatives in Lonsdale. Mian.
Mrs. Harry Cleveland, of East Ninth street,
is visiting relatives in Boyd. Wis.
Mr. and Mne. J. Mordaunt, of York street,
are visiting in Detroit, Mich.
Miss Helson, of Litchfield, will visit East
St. Paul friends next week.
Miss Good is entertaining Miss Nancy
Brown, of Denver, Col.
Miss Pauline Moberg, of Bedford street, has
gone to Lindstrom.
Miss Campion is at Cedar Lake, where she
will spend the summer.
Miss Mayme GafTeny ls spending a few
weeks at Forest Lake.
Mrs. H. Smith ls visiting her sister, Mrs.
Sickle, in Red Wing.
Mrs. Mary Meghear, of Mankato, Is visiting
East St. Paul friends.
Miss Etta Mortimer has returned from a
visit in Red Wing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ciark has returned
from Chisago City.
Mrs. Clark, of Blue Earth City, ls visiting
the Misses Gil boy.
Mrs. Robert Uott entertained at cinch Mon
Mrs. O. Helgeson ls visiting friends in Dell
Mt. and Mrs. Pierson have returned from
Mrs. J. Cardie has returned from Blue Earth
Miss Amanda Anderson has gone to Du
Miss Annie Gaffney has returned from Hast
Mrs. J. W. Noble entertained at dinner
Filday evening for her father. John Pander-
9 lEpi^ jtv -Jf r -amf-YT-T?*? k %j _t_J_^S*___r«L^l Jm^^^
j|^ Fine Wash Goods
Wfly Monday is Wash Day with most
jl, iJKJ of the women, but if you think you
won't have time to come and get a
supply of Wash Goods ad- /-"Wi
vertised today, you had /SLIgQ
better postpone your wash- M< S r* >tp
ing till some other day. ffy^^iYi\
We intend to close out J^^*^^^^y^^\
our entire stock of Import- KPjfc'}!^
ed Wash Fabrics this week f\\~ MJ |L
at about 25 cents on theLiy* A
dollar. These are all
g-oods and bought to sell *^(SS .ft >l L^--<-r;
for from 35c to $1.50 a 1[& IL F*
yard. Come Monday morn- "' "^
ing and get first choice from hundreds of Im
ported Dress and Waist Patterns at unheard of
Every yard of Novelty Wash Goods in the store will
be offered tomorrow at less than half-price. Fine French
Organdies, worth 35c and 40c a yard;
Satin Striped Organdies, worth 50c a Y^g. WAk\
yard; Mousseline de Soie, worth 50c a B L^. AH
yard; Siik and Linen Novelties, worth gt
from 50c to $1.50 a yard. This entire # ll^
lot will go on sale for one day, Monday — ™^
only, at, a yard
French and Scotch Madrases and Ginghams.
Everybody has seen our beautiful line of French
Madrases which we have been selling at 39c a yard.
We have over 10 pieces of these left, and they are yours
Monday at less than half-price. Also 50 pieces of Scotch
Cheviots, Madrases and Ginghams in Plaids. Checks
and Stripes, our regular price 25c to 50c *■ MWml
a yard; and 50 pieces Corded Novelties w I -^
and Clitheroe Zephyr Ginghams, worth 1
from 18c to 30c a yard. This entire lot 8 L
will go on sale for one day, Monday "
only, at, a yard
I2j^c Qualities for sc.
250 pieces 36-inch best quality White Star, Sea Isl
and and Windsor Percales, regular price 12££c a yard;
150 pieces fine Dimities, absolutely fast colors, in a large
range of styles and colorings; 100 pieces ■■
Sheer Organdies, In both large and small 1^
patterns, regular price 12}4c a yard; and 100
pieces Etoile dv Nord Ginghams, never sold L^^^
for less than 10c a yard. This entire lot will ™^
go on sale for one day, Monday only, at, a yd.
SHOE Saving soles by go
-jjSSs SNAPS, ing barefooted is the
Ik^pßw^a way of economical people in
■Al some countries. Saving money
H§-M*-£™ by purchasing Shoe 3in the Gold
«iSß^H^-""^ en Rule is the way the people of
W^^L^^^^a. Ih^ town ( -- 0 **• The standard
. *S£*^. Prices may go down
fwßj jC*^ our Shoes keep
j U P to t " ie P cr f eet i° n
point. To mention
a few items and give figures on them will be
sufficient to show how Shoes are sold in the
We are making a noise about our Shoe sale.
We have big bargains for the people of St
Paul, and want them to know it
All Cool Colored Shoes for Hot
Weather at Cut Prices.
All Men's $3.93 Colored Shoes cut to $2.98
All Men's £2.93 Colored Shoos cut to $1.98
All Men's $2.48 Colored Shoes cut to $1.48
Ladies' s3.oo Colored Shoes cut to $1.98
Ladies' $1.00 Oxford Ties, small sizes, cut to 49c
Ladies' $2.00 Oxford Ties, broken sizes, cut t0... . 98c
Misses' $1.25 Russet Shoes cut to 69c
Misses' $2.00 Brown Shoes cut to 98c
Ladies' $3.00 Shoes, broken sizos, cut to $1.48
Ladies' $2.00 Shoes, broken sizes, cut to 96c
Children's $1.00 Strap Slippers cut to 49c
Artist Materials. |
Marsching's Roman Gold on I I
Glass Slabs for china B5E#» til icTTi 'w'^fc'N
decorations 11l ttltt VO^
Lacroix China Paints from ill \\ \tt J&±\*
16c up, in tubes. ll \\ \ W^^ffifflffij*^^
China Painting Brushes, all la _i\ \ iL i Kpf?y\ >X
We rent Studies for China, IW^jUft^^SSs^^ X
Oil and Water Color Paintings. H I
Largest line of Drawing In- 111 AW-7^^r^Vv
struinents in the city. I /Al^^-t-y * >i^T
Send for our Catalogue of Ijj |j\^ Vs§L-£^"'^/
Artist Materials. (f
gust, of Fergus Falls. Twelve covers were
Mrs. T. Ciearman has gone to Barnes
ST. PAUL, PARK AXD NEWPORT.
The Misses Noltimier and George Noltimier
entertained a number of friends Tuesday
evening in honor of Charles Noltimier, of
Miss Louise Bell, of Summit avenue, la
the guest of Miss Florence Dickinson at
Miss Bell Moody, of Minneapolis, Is the
gueel of Mrs. De Cou and family at the
Dr. and Mrs. Dinwoodie entertained Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Phillips, of St. Paul, Sun
The young people of the Presbyterian
church gave an ice cream sociable last even
Mr. and Mr 6. James Dinwoodie. of St. Paul,
are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dinwoodie.
David Hanna, of White Bear, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John Willoughby Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Berkey, of St. Paul, was the
guest of Mrs. John Bell Thursday.
John Hayes, of St. Paul, was the guest
of Clark Mcltown Monday.
Mrs. Kendall and children have gone to
Vermont for the summer.
Miss Gertrude McKown is visiting at White
Rev. and Mrs. M. N. Adams gave a re
ception on Saturday evening in the Diyton
Avenue Presbyterian church. The occasion
was their golden wedding.
Mrs. William MeCreery, of Northfield, spent
a few days with the family of T. H. Dick
Mrs. McFarland and daughter have re
moved from their home on Snelling avenue.
Rev. and Mrs. Klrkwood, of Emporia,
Kan., are guests in the Park.
Arthur Gooding, ot St. Loui3, is the guest
of Mrs. A. L. Craig.
Rev. W. Grosscup and wife are visiting
at Rush City.
G. H. Somers has been entertaining h's
Miss Thcrese Gasklll has returned from
New Richmond, where she has beeen spending
Against High Prices ls Al
ways Going On Here. No
Fictitious Prices Prevail.
If you know nothing- abo.it a piano
you can come here and buy with as
much assurance as one having a
thorough knowledge of pianos.
Our pianos have a world-wide rep
utation. You know them — every
body knows them —
in use. The majority is always
right; therefore yon make no mis
take in buying one of these instru
Terms: Cash or $10.00 monthly.
$50 to SIOO reduction on all our
pianos is being made this month.
It's your opportunity to obtain a
rare bargain. Why not take advan
tage of it.
Howard, Farwell & Go.
23, 2 2, 24 West Fifth St.