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tertained at an ice cream social Wednes
day afternoon. July 20. at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Krembs, of Hope street. Mrs.
Fernald will assist Mrs. Krembs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Korphage spent
the first of the week in Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. John J_ Marty are re
siding at No. 915 Beech street.
Mrs. Mahoney, of the Marlowe, is visit
ing relatives in Crookston. .
Mrs. A. Holmes is visiting in Winni
peg. . ; - •
ST. ANTHONY PARK
A very prMty wedding occurred Thurs
day even ing. June 29. at the summer home
of Mr. and Mrs. Gebhard Bohn, Lake
Minnetonka, when their daughter Miss
<"<>r:i Marie was married to Walter Scott
< "base, of St. Anthony Park. Rev. Bon
Kohr, of Winona, who married the bride's
parents twenty-nine years ago, per
formed the ceremony. The bride was at
tended by her sister. Miss Ida Bohn. and
the groom by Mr. Frapk Marshall, of
Merriam Park. Gretchen Muench was
flower girl. A group of eight children
preceded the bride, serving as pathfind
era to the arbor, where the ceremony was
performed. They were Elsie Langebeck.
Anna Bohn. Ruth. Edith and Florence
< 'liiisi-, and Frances George, and strung
the ribbons which formed an aisle from
the ccttage to the arbor. The bride was
beautifully gowned in white crepe de
Chine. Following the ceremony a wedding
supper was held in the cottage for about
300 guests. Dr. Justus Ohage was toast
master and was responded to by Mr.
Roberts, Mr. Lindeke and others. A spe
cial car conveyed the guests from St.
PauL The guests from the Park were
Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Pressey. Mr. H. S.
Stepbenson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tisdall.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Bull. "Mr. and Mrs.
George Stanley Williams and son George,
the Misses Ethel and Aria Hall. Mrs. Rose
Chase and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. F. E.
Baleome. Miss Madeline Hunter, Mrs. Wy
man and Miss Mabel Wyman. Mr. and
Mrs. (hasp left the city for Games Lake.
v lure they are camping, arid will be at
home after Aug. 1 at 963 Bayless avenue.
A neighborhood picnic was given on the
Fourth on the lawn adjoining the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Shellen
berger. About thirty were in the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Matschke enter
talned a large group of friends on the
Fourth from Minneapolis and St. Paul at
their residence, Langford Park place.
Mr. Clifford Norton, who has recently
returned from Jerusalem-, prices a talk
tliis evening at the young people's meet-
Ing in the Congregational church.
The Ladies Guild of St. Matthew's
Episcopal Church will be entertained to
t> irrow afternoon at the home of Mrs.
B. F. Meek. Langford Park place.
The Qirls' Altar Guild of St. Matthews'
Episcopal church was entertained Tues
day afternoon at the home of Miss Ruth
Johnson on Raymond avenue.
A neighborhood picnic was held the
Fourth at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Erwin on Pym street. About
twentb were in the party.
Mrs. .M. J. Costelloj of Bayless avenue,
left Wednesday for a visit with friends in
Seattle. She was accompanied by Mrs.
J. \V. Glassford, of Osseo.
Mrs. Maggie Champlin. of Minneapolis,
was guest of honor at a dinner given
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George El
mer, on I'elham street.
I:■ •\;il Goldsbury, of New York city, and
George Goldsbury. of Wisconsin*, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Metcalf. of
Cromwell avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Mason, of NourSe
street, left Wednesday for an extended
trip East, and will spend the summer at
th.- Ailirnndacks.
Mrs. R. S. Pressey. of Gordon avenue,
will entertain the Toadies" Aid Society of
the Congregational Church next Tuesday
afternoon.
Mrs. Belford. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Cram and Mrs. J. H. MoDermott and
rhJldren picnicked at Lake Harriet the
Fourth.
Mrs. ('. H. Robinson and daughter
Klizabeth were guests of Mrs. C. A. Dunn.
•■t Langfoid Park, place the first of the
week. •■"■ •
-Mrs. Bryant who has been visiting her
•laughter. Mrs. A. J. Pierce, of Scudder
a .enue. has returned to Humboldt, lowa.
Mr. and Mrs. William Plant. Miss Star
rett and Mr. Rogers, of Khapp street, are
spending a few days at Lake MiuneUmka.
Miss Lillian Shannon, of Oberlin, will
spend tho summer with Mr. and Mrs P.
H Metcfelf, of Cromwell avenue.
The Young Woman's Reading club met
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss
Belle Tisdall on Bayless avenue.
Mrs. Oeorge 11. ShelltMiberger and chil
dren, of Scudder avenue, have gone to
HumliuKlt, lowa, for a month.
Mrs. Sarah Blair, of Winona. has been
visiting: Mr. and Mrs. John Blair at the
Slate Agricultural school.
The St. Matthew's guild and St. Peter's
Build will give an excursion down the
river Tuesday evening.
The Reading circle met Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. D. C. Martin.
on Ba^'less avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Leffingwell. of
Hampden avenue, spent the Fourth at
Lake Minnetonka.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cudworth. of Crom
well avenue, have gone to Milaca, Minn..
f<.«r a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. If. Weidner. of Hamp
den avenue, are visiting relatives in Du
l-n«iL!t'. lowa.
Mrs. Walter Hill, of Langford avenue,
i< entertaining Mrs. H. O. Curtis, of Mad
ison. N. D.
.Mrs. William Liggett, of Scudder ave
nue, spent the first of the week at White
Bear lake
Mrs. William lioss. of Commonwealth
avenue, has gone to Martin to visit
friends.
Miss Maude Martin, of Bayless avenue,
lias gone to Wood Lake to visit relatives.
Mr. C. A. Dunn, of Langford Park
place, spent the week at Fargo.
Mr. J. J. Smart, of Humboldt, lowa.
has been visiting Park friends.
Mrs. TV. IT. Lowe is in Indiana, where
Bhe will spend a month.
MERRIAM PARK
Mis. Edward D. Gruenhagen and chil
dren, of Fail-view avenue, have returned
from a several weeks' visit with relatives
and friends in Brainerd.
Rev. and Mrs F. H. Dewart. of St.
Thomas. N. D.. have been the guests of
their parents. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Dew
art, of Carroll street.
Carl Rand. Joe Bordwell, Louis Ericfc
son and George Nicholson attended the
Fourth of July celebration at Hudson,
Wis.
Miss Janet Mr-Clure. Dayton avenue,
gave a Fourth of July luncheon Monday
afternoon. Covers were laid for fourteen.
Miss Anita Shepardson, Marshall ave
nue, is entertaining Miss Ruby Walker
and Miss Adele Fritz, of Dubugue, lowa.
Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Depart, of Spo
kane. Wash., are the guests of Rev. and
Mrs. J. H. Dewart, of Carroll street.
Judge and Mrs. Grier M. Orr, of Iris
place, have been entertaining Mi. and
Mrs. Calligan. of Rochester, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Koerner and daugh
ter Katherine, of Carroll street, spent the
Fourth with relatives in Lltchfield.
Rev. M. W Dewart. of Boston. Mass.,
Is the Kuest of his parents. Rev. and Mrs
J. H. Dewart, of Carroll street.
Mr. and Mrs. Katchell and children of
et. Anthony avenue, returned Tuesilqv
from a short visit in Wells.
_P l a»d M»s. D. F. BiHjoks and son
Sdwardi of Lynnhurst avenue, returned
Thursday from St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gearey and
children, of Carroll street, are vlsitlne In
St. Charles Plain view. fc
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Benham and son
Robert, of Carroll street, have returned
from Colorado Springs.
Roy Smith, of Owatonna. whs the guest
©f his Hster, Mrs George H. Gearey, of
Carroll street Sunday.
Mrs. Theodore Buenger and Miss Bu
•nger, of St. Anthony avenue, left Thurs
day for St. Louis.
Prof. J. C. Princell. of Chicago has
ticon the guest of his son, J. M. Princell
of Prior avenue. '
Mr wuj Mrs. F. C. Gibbs and son Clay-
S,d PlafnvlJw Street> are ViSUhlg '" m
Mrs C. L. Hammond and children have
Summer c levetand- Ohio- l« spend the
Miss Willis, of Lake-City. is the guest
of ills. [. E. Wallis. of Marshall avenue
The Misses Mabel and Ettcabeth Gar
nett and Messrs. Joseph and Robert Gar
nett, of St. Thomas. N. D.. wore in at-
Fine Millinery j $ilk Petticoats pur Savings ggg%?3gV Reds-Springs August Patterns I
We still .have some beautiful Hats ■, - - Clearing sale ;of Taffeta Silk v Petti-' o "^ up-to-date fur coat, with a style to it unobtainable elsewhere '-■ VV' :^-: . :.-. m;.mm -. -..-m-^.-- -'- :-:.-,•>-.:- ;-; .' ■■;-■/■:..-. -;■ ~V, ... „-, , f ..., .. .., v . ."..;,'. !. 1.--* '■
and beautiful materials "that will be sold § ... coats in solid colors-or dark change- . Our charges, workmanship considered, are the lowest It's I And Mattresses . r The celebrated Butterick and , £ :
regardless of cost. - 'I -* bles ' "fde with accordion plaited time allfurs wsrs g tnr.H P-> ° ' - .V^'^" * '■> s■' : V >^*U* ?>*»aM»^ V?3V»y .: -.- _„.■■ - ■, _V: -1 -- ': '.
■ .• - . •._■'. . B- flounces, trimmed withtruffle ruch- r,-. ■■-.>■,:.-:,■ ■•■_••■■;,'•>- .;'•*-. .""•■■■..•.■■:-'':■"-.—"•. 1 -"-.--.-■ •■;- > :>.;,. r'■ ■ -'I ;■■.-■ -.-i>.:.!*..-'.* 11.I 1. ' ...'.. . \- "- The; Delineator fi s* !
Handsome Plume Hats | , ings and hemstitching-, silk underlay / ; VSSBmOBBHnBHBBnB^^B ■• -^ .Cream and green - enamel Iron Beds - i . , : " "V" '.'." — ". >'■'■/-.*
E"UiSite L= ng H ChV H, t , I E» dorMo^ MlUdlnSTr^ WLKHEADQUART.B.OPTH.HORTHWE.T. .. .$4.20 ! £
.-.■-■ • -,- * ■_-.... - :,-i-:" ■-••■'- '' ■' '-•-•-••' -V-' •-•";■?' • ■•!.' .'N^TT •i^^Jf ■';■.■-/:";■ '-■;'& . ■'"• -"■ ':- ■•;■ .■"-■':-■:- ."?,:. v ,--V>v--,,:r". ■-•;-■..'.,:• •,.::--r^^;-. : :.-.-r--^-..- ; ,.. _-_.-,. TV _-:-.-. .■•:.-/:. v Also a complete line of ,-.- .- • r.'^tt^
and .many; exclusive ideas in smart ! ■.-■■ .--- :■ :-■■■.-■-.,.: ~~ ■■■■■ -.*..-v,•--:■ ■--•,-■/' W S&7 AS!*? r . ' M - « " -'- "~" - All-iron Bed Springs with fine woven >;••->/»•'•• - ' French Bust Forms "V'
Shirtwaist Hats. All going at ex- i • OoAl<l Rll#f AnC \ZrWjT& *+ MM M* S> MM** wire top and strong spiral spring sup- \ , - ■ - .-.. . . •-■■■,... -, ' . ■>■■•#»
traordinary bargains. You know we 1 g^CCtl 1 PUllOllS '~y JmMjfflMnJftj&C&fFiJ&tL^ ports.; worth $3.75,0 ix S3 00 * . > - ~ " vr .; - v l
never carry anything.over in the mil- I " .-... j&I/m/M4jW£ME/Mm/Bf&W0W*r~S sale Monday at... *P<J«UU «>----. -D*m»;#««h*l~
liner, line and now is your chance to i fou rh%Trf°b ruSi tyin tr;? s £ " &*%*****£>V£L Jf^^ • Best tknd-made.Moss Mattresses; coy- | F^CY PfIrQSOIS |
get exquisite things for very little g will be offered <\ dozen © ~ ■ **? "%^^<W<£j^l'*~ ered .with best ticking and , worth - -
money. -.;■.: ■ \ .-. -:- -{ ; B :'*: Monday ;at :;.. .V^' for only . OC • -; '-' '£. -'^ '' '•'■- -" -1 '■"■'^~r^W**i. ***%?* '^ .;>:- $8.50, j for ; :; ; ;.:.;.;--,,;:^/>>Qrt^ v ;:.You can choose from our entire line
All are high-class and exclusive styles. § .; : that are worth double. ' Sixth and Robert Streets} 7 St. Paul, Minn. on^- ''<•'■' '■'- ' "*: •' M O f? d "7 *? rasolß 9*%% Off"
,„ lll|||||MH'l - :mfflßßMMmJ^ ■•;; Reconized Fashion Leaders in Cloaks and Costumes. Mattresses renovated for $1.90. • , Monday at . 7 :^. ..; .^Q /O ;.UTT^
I o * Unparalleled Offerings Will Prevail m Every Section of This Most Satisfactory Store During
uk Our Great July Clearance Sale |S
Warm Weather Corsets A Clearance in Wash Goods That Should Interest Tan and Shiny Oxfords
:-. x To meet our demands satis-. JSjgC T^'4 mm* t ''' \&F ** ' ''' '' "" '^Jl/l^''' ''■ V '■'■'-' ''''' ■"' '"' #V'~'«'^ ""■•■'■'»^'" ~-; ■"•'■" :'" "•■■•■ "' .•-.•••.■■■ . •.. . . .' .' "'• ... -
factorily.f or a durable summer. '£& , .. Every Woman Who Loves Dainty Frocks ' jf/k That are cool, comfortable and'
i^!fSp- 1. "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- m\ isSSSiSeSISf
in the long tapering waist, with /^f \ .. choice for Monday day for ized -Madras waist Suitings • Swisses ' £ pal '^SH' "' ' ' : " S
ss? n o^Si^pri^Boi^/^vx-\ J n'y I only for and Piques for te;nsfor ¥\ 40 fWhile youwouldex-ct-jud^
gives a truly magnificent con-/ fe #2t~%feA *fC \. g%C i I *9C 1 J%C #% *% G ** *% r A*+ f* MX ''W' aPPearances-that the price
tour to the fisrure. You- can buy I \\ 0 yd> y,,j - 1 / yd- 1 OV. 23yi. 39*. 43yd. V'"-*9 would be $5.00 for the,
lli«SiSw^B - - : ' y— y 44r"- i9y<«- 43 y< .. . X W Famous Mannheimer Shoe
= Our Lillian, style 1144—made of \wf~Y>*\i A «* • ' ' '*%&■ -::[ :^-.-:r::. :■ ••-_ .; •-■ v-v ■•-■ -- • ;■ • ■ .-;. %lt "m :: ' ————————————— " '
Bi^iSiiSiiii - : ■- A Big Clearance in the Hosiery 11 i^S|SiP^^
somely trimmed with satin rib- .: j W /Ad : ; : -„ . '-. ■ ;.. , ..-.'-, , - ;■ . . -„-. „ „...,.. ...... „/, ...,.; •.;.;• " " .-. ; .v-, • !,• V; -f - XL 'i . P"Ce (qUality con ;CO fffVr
bon and lace medallions, is a /|?! / » We are busy clearing our shelves in this section also of all odd lots of summer : ' ,*&&, ' " i'';Him "- — I xkai sidered) of 0n1y.......; *pO*\JXJ^
most perfect fitting corset for m.' '. <& goods, and will put on sals Monday every broken line of -". ' ■." ■ .- . J&& jt&& &&&£? ;' '^^^^- 1 ' Possibly the most satisfactory.
SS?"IS SSSff'^g $4 -M^ „ MEN'S ' WOMEN' a nd CHILDREN . S f^ J^::. f^ «»«<"» '» «■ ■" —cHo,, .with ™°c or "he MaZ
'*+' ■ /-.'f^ Hosiery of all descriptions for a quick clean-up. „ . " ■ V m| BfeeWhK '@L heimer shoe is that every pair sold sells another pair,
:. A good assortment of Her Majesty's Corsets in ? PURE SILK FINE LISLE SEA ISLAND COTTON MB • I■ - '. ' ■—: — ~ : ; —'
SJ,r no T,r,f 1^:"... $3.25 --$3 DU™ N ov ELT v L ,su E ■ H^ a Free Embroidery Lessons
j^s =^"ts y w; B ■ -^ eooiisale Mond ---• :-• *■•«>• *-■ $2-00 .,*. 9m pair -- s^:^^r^^^X;r;rJS
' .g>I.W S.U. stor« .t 10 o'clock. " No'pto.eor^ OUed! C th.rd floor
f^BfWßW| yi l llj | | yaß|| | TMnr"flllrfffimirTM»Tmmw^wwwiinrrmmriiriMmßM From 9 a. m. to 12 m., and 2 to 5 p. m. |
Surprising Silk Prices Monday Jn Our Ready-to-wear Section
July is the month to reduce stocks to the lowest point and the following wonderful prices • The first week's sales surpassed all previous record, and fl.. seecd w«k will ' e.ceed n«, -, ■
will convince you that we intend to reduce our stock-and quickly at that. P | pl^^^P^||i|^^iiSl|lilSli?^
Ready at. 9:30 Monday : No Approvals or Exchanges Ready at 9:30 Monday ] M^oi^lß^SMSv^^MlM and at '*« "hl<h repr«ent '" -»>.«;
2,000 Yards New Corded Waslt Silks . l.? 50 Yards of Colored Pongees '' y Many Very Handsome Summer Gowns >
...;, 20 Inches wide— best quality im- mM a v All the leading shades in nav"ys,™™ « ■ VN. ,:;- /. .***. . . ■„.:■■-.-... . 7^- .'T "
ported and the regular'selling price of V f I, browns, greens,' tans, natural and black *X Jp I- / »ort my c'reatlons of lace, mull, organdie,. lustrous soft silks and novelty, cloths. All will be sold at prices 1
which is 49c a yard! AH the most de- ■ pf^ " are the lot. It is 27 inches wide and tf'fc^ U which are less than half in many instances. :' ' > ■ : . ' .
sirable colorings, in stripes and check., I I, llZTest* ZTee\T^ue eve^ered' ITI a -' g» '-PBrt«- Mu!l G°W "' "°W l. ; **M $35 Jap'SUkGowns' . aCe tri mm ed $22 5 0
perfectly fast colors, and they will sell 111. being worth $1.25 a yard. Monday ou Il| . $7^Z"oTed Emb oTVV"' "7" "V "' * S?'S 25 Or 9andi« Mul. Gowns, .ace trinnmed: . 1!!!: j?^
faStat ••••• •;-- wi ; : --- v : k iVyd" —t for on, | V ESSSS^^^"-^ k^
WhiLe HabttLai at, bhese Very Special Prices $3° Crepe de Chme and Voile Gowns • ***> $10 Linen and Lawn shirtwaist suits!". 1111111111:. SS
27-inch 50c quality f0r.,......../. .39 C 27-inch 69c quality for. . .49c 27-inch 75c quality f0r...... 59c v;;-;:;... Blouse and ELOII Suits'.! b> . ;: : AutO-OoaLS at % ?Q§
36-inch 75c quality, Monday...... -.-. 49c - 36-inch $1.00 quality, Monday . 69c J;;:'' ' '■■V '>■! .. ■''. n , .+ D —-■,"'- -: .■■ - ' ; : " ton T: « * • V-«, . : ;:•">• ""
, ;:■> „,'; •:.,,.'. . .. ..-■;. , , . ' ; . ■ ;..-. „-• \ ; v ■ , •.. of .Cheviot,--..Broaacloth, Etamines and Granite Cloths, ;! $30 Taffeta and Gloria Coats, now. ' $1500
■! \ Our Best* Colored -Taffetas - H--' •" Embroidered Poncees ' ■"■■■^■- ;:; ..-V which have been $30.00, $27.50 and $25.00 i Some are $20 Taffeta Coats, plain or changeable '.... $1o!oo
f " ——————— ■ ;■:-;. . ■ '--TT mT^rr mmm*m7 m?—— mm*'-mmm: ~ - full silk lined and aH are .'late summer stylfeg There are ..' - „ '-'■
All our very best 85c quality of guaranteed taffetas. . 15 pieces very choice .styles,: in polka dots figures i > only 25 of these suits and the colors are .. '.^tt-t -r c*£\ Silk OrWool BIOUSeS at V>
over one hundred pieces, :in street and evening shades, and i scrolls, -.all" 24 inches; wide, regular selling prices £■£ Wack, navy or brown. Monday's price..... .3) I / •3U $ , ft ™, ' n -»'•'•« •""—. '- -' "™^l : -^" 6
also white, ivory and cream. vFor oneway only, -^Q^ $1.25 ; and $1.50. " Just the thing for waists and on ": ' -' - - ' ■■^:.:.> -y;: : .. q \x. T' $30 Blouse Coats, $15.. J27.50 Blouse Coats, $12.50.
per yard M.^iTS^;MiV^(#rV^v^->^^ UaC suits. A great bargain Monday, at... OSfC IV.1 V.- Skills for All Purposes I -r Others at. $10.00, $7.50 $5.00. ..■:: ;:— ;
.;.;'•; Crepe de Chines Our Guaranteed Black Taffetas " Dress #skirts-snk lined, Df voiie. Broadcloth and Cheviot Walking Suits
69c for our $1.00 quality, all colors and black. i 69c for our 85c quality that is 20 inches wide ' ' ' fn-T™** C)^' ***%£*? 7" heavy lace, "stitched- bands ' Military -fitted coat, taffeta trimmed, extra heavy
$1.05 for our $1.25 quality, all colors and black. . 89^ for our $1 25 qualHy that slynches wide ' " S?B™JS i-Jo em* h ' haveb^n Priced at $30.00,; taffeta lined kilted skirts, A very nobby suit for travel- "
$1.39 for our $2.00 quality, black only. ' $2.18 for our $2.5^ quality that S 6 wide. : S!^ $-d°°' go Monday, ; | ,■• g <fil J M^ndav Tto* ** WM $15-°o> 7^
$2,48 for our $3.00 quality, black only.; V -,•• $2.18 for our $2.50 quality that is 54 inhes wide. - . r' " '"._ V'" ";' ."••"*"" " *"" " ;^ IO Mon^* -0n1y.........:.................;-... ...^O. /v> .
~ ■••■.- ..- ;=•■ : :C: ■■ - •-'■■', :. —r— — '".'-.'/ '" — .• — - Dress Skirts of Voile, Cheviot, Panama and Broad- ' Linen Suits- for I Wpsi-' -
. ■mt^ 1 ; A* -■ *% ■-■ -% '■'v«-- • «« ;f«^^ § cloth, trimmed with braids, laces and stitched bands, only : L 6" 3UHy IQr LaKe Wear ,y
--. Three Big Bargains in Table Cloths . f^^^^^lM?M^^^^^^^^Sl
-iSr^S '" "ne TT S and tHe —- "■ " action o t TaMe Llnen a r e "Bhl S2fi
enthusiastic;/ and : the prices are added marvels, as all odd cloths and napkins go at prices so reduced that trade. All are thoroughly shrunk and made in the newest at $12.50 and ........:...............'..... !|>IU
they are bound to sell. _ : .. -.-•.• „_, . , ; - plaited- and kilted design. -\ The price does not repre- >- Cool Waists for Hot l>nv«
Three hundred half-bleached ta- Seventy-five cloths all "x2U OnohTm^Lnflfif^n'mn^'Mi' : sent the usual cost of material; colors are light, tan and ;- V " '"' "°* */Qys
-gte^sssss-. wemmmmgi ;El» r*- Siiiiii^ii^^
j^ r' V >" ' : ■•:' .'' . - Wash Skirts—We are showing exceptional values in broidery and tucks,-.also some pretty Dot- iff Off"
$1.88 $3.78 $4.27 « $2.45 ted s-;::^z^^^ ..! 1<25
Mission Furniture at Nearly Half
\^a& P^t €tHy I\llg aVIUgS •'" " ..T • A splendid assortment of this very popular furniture will be closed out regardless of cost as we need the roo-n
Whl-.e every Carpet, Rug and Floor Covering in our entire stoc k is offered at wonderful reductions-we cannot " '" °PP°rtUnUy tO SeClire SOme of the bes^ values that have ever been offered in the city,
possibly quote them all-yet we have selected a few to indicate how sweeping fhese price reductions really are... „'/ T^Se PtJCBS Are for MOl\^Qy and Tuesday OMy '
Tapestry Brussels Rugs, best grade, 9x12 ft, at....512.15 .Bigelow Wilton Rugs, 8-3xlo-6 ft. .V..... ..... $26 50 l' . , % :'"' -"■-■■■ '■-"■- ' ' *"" ■'■,---■■■■ .-.'■,.-,:.. - ••• ■■ ,'.-. ; ;..■■.:'-"■ f
Second Grade, 9x12 ft.,:.at $11.00. -. Bigelow Wilton Rugs 6x9 ft " ' $17 00 ' .''": Several hexagon shaped tables, with leather <£j • $27.00 Morris Chair, Spanish leather £•«/% ff/v
Ardahan Axminsters, 9x12 ft., at $25.M Odd rolls.and^shon^ngths of ; t°PS; i t, h -; f° W T -^ ChOiCe 4 CUShi°nS ' °^ = 5 ■ 6.50
* $14-75 " barsains in a few Pieces °f summer
Do you need any noor covering, If m do, come in and make a great saving on your purchase. lUUfAolst^g *} et oufSL^^^l^^^T^
Sole Importer^ Odd Laces | . Infants 1 and Children's Wear I Handsome Summer Dress Fabrics
ONE Of New York's foremost lace importer's entire. Ci Children's- Wash Dresses, made of .Children's Spring Cloaks, in white Pnr th.* RM^n'a o »n-,v V^ xt^ :• ' ,-'„ -/:-:: ~ v
stock of odds and ends and broken sets of staple ggsT llt/TA^l \\o\ %g£
Point de Pans, Normandy Valenciennes and Torchon S^uS^'sW a s r evenAo r3; 1 ;offer, at a discount .. , y 2^% S^^&^/^^o^^e'fSjS^^^^"^B'tba?
Laces, bought at just 50c on the dollar. ' an sale price.". .'...........H0C ""*"" i'\\"" .a,kj 1 Ml. • » .... - n : / . ;-/, V ;v; "
' / - ' -■::•■ o J T /3 : :.-^--^ ••■■■-■•■• '--: - •-■ :"---' ' ■ ••• — ••:-^> JV-. $325 Cloaks now $2.44. •-^-..v- -. ■ Mohair: Brilliantines . Tartan Mohairs
>%,:,. I German Torchon Laces and Insertions, - - v^ ':; -' nfants - Long- Dresses, made of fine : 7-50 Cloaks : nowss.62; ; r,V:" '9A, ' r ,V ' - ■; ;- ?" "*^r* -
' B-#% Point de Paris Laces and Insertions ML *m. nainsook and Persian lawn, daintily ' $10.00 Cloaks now 57.50. ..-» Pieces in smal figures, stripes 10 pieces in • small: checks, plaids
~; i;■ Calais Galoons and Bands. v": ~ ! anr* «Ji» „,! "'*" - QSr; -nied^wlth taffeta ribbon bows, reg- ; .; Jr.: .-VyV, or;";; — --:--;-;.-v-Jl/t>
' — • . „■ ■ - ~ : -. . ■ : —■-•; . . _i ■ ante saie price _ •yrVJFI^- ularly sold at $2 00 "'' ""'■'lt*^ :V''ff /\- -." . ","""""" : -■ "-.v. .- . ...
•^■■2fr: '^ 4c L 7c L 12V s °——— — I^^ |^^^^^^^|||||^
S _-f_ 4 2 $?.00 Snit Cases for $4.89 $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75
: The balance of our stock of : Flowered", Nets,, including values 'at $150 -•": "t " V-- i ♦»,, ':^i '-: "' ■- "•»; ;/""'■■t'V--:";^'i;"i?--'V :-/-:";^ -•^'.- -;■ .-■':.-■. ■' =:^ : > . -'- : :- •; - . ; •'-,-;. *.. I
per yard, will go Monday at' 69c per yard. v , t v ' -~ -. — Jus -at this time when nearly everybody is planning some vacation 38-inch Black Brilliantine, 50s quality for 35c '
R.QbeS R°bei .° fir A Dd Hnen t S ec Ption epJ S i S Se h S s te O S fo" luZnTyoTr £^^^^I^%^^^ "^ *«k Mohair SicHian, 75c quality for 49c.
JrTon^;you;a]^t^ .? learanCe. .^. .Half-PriCe SS, Say^o^ " I". 4*l|neh Bteok Moha.r Sici.ian, $1.25 qua .it y for 87e. *. l
~ | 54-inch BLtck Mohair Sicilian, $2.00 quality for $1.39.
tendance at the Dowart-Garnett wedding
Wednesday evening.- ■> ':■... ' v
£ Miss Harriet i-B.^ Dewaft George
Harrison Oarnett, of St. Thomas. N. D.
were i ma; i ied - Wednesday -■ evening - at ? the
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1904
home of the bride's parents, Rev. and
Mrs. J. H. Dewart, 1845 Carroll street.
Tine ceremony was performed by Rev
Dewart. father of the bride, in the pres
ence of fifty relative and friends. After
a short visit in the South Mr. and Mrs.
Garnett will reside at St. Thomas N. D..
where they will be at home after Septem
ber 15.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Eastman, MarshaU
avenue, will give a card party Tuesday
evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Andrew
Henderson, who leave soon to reside at
Cloquet. Minn.
Miss Nettie Morrison, of St. Anthony
avenue, entertained a part/ of thirty
young people Wednesday evening in cele
bration of her birthday piJiiveri«»r>-.
Mr. and Mrs. George Phiy>pe. I-iarshali
i avenue, entertained in formally Uwt Batur-
•lay evening in honor of Rev. William C
Covert, of Sagirmw. Mich.
Mrs^C. B. Eordwt-ll 0 Oakiey avenue,*
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