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Nf»W oioVf*^ tO the frOnt WrHe f°r OUr 1904 *5 Wlnter catal °9««—*ou'l! find it full of practical, moiwy-Mving information. n .« L „ t !^^^^^^^^
liew B*ove^ ro xne iron* |^ Ribbons=nbbons=ribbons
Fro/n f/»e popular lines at one dollar to the choicest production of "Jouuin" H ■ a| A^w -. U V ... ll m^m Vawii,, th o ,„„.♦ ».. „ • «, t
Mere are neu/ additions within the past few days, until now all lines of kid Lg M/^ ■ /^B J^f RA H A i^B« J^ M¥ j^ \ ™™can bTZtten to 'th* m°St exten*ive Btock °f rif>bons of ail hinds
/■: gloves areat their best ■-- . : • - ' " ,^ :;. r^ll/ II 1 " ' S» 3 B L-.. la *£&? |/ fl >. ,?. ff°"3/I ,to *sfAer- --■ —--; -tv c-; v::-:: '; -'f;; -I
-.' At-1.00: The popular "P. * L." imported takes the lead. The "P. . ■ ■V■VU / • Hjr Hi, H VI? W W^J V| " "*''"''"<«'*"'*» *»"< **» found nosers else. If
*.# |f^ at 1.25 fis also a favorite. r! Then at 1.00 there are the "Adler" and ■ "-- C . tv^ r ; . w - ' - ■■-'■'.; . ,^" *^T^F^^ j Three great Specials in . force Monday: C' \ ■•'.- i?^ S
. Tremont Mocha and English mannish glove*-respectively. Our UOO aa4 •«•'■>'^-' - - rr* I r " «*/ « , _ -'.'■■ «-.«.« . . ''*.-■■ -I C: ~T; I No. 60 washable "l Nn"«-^ . <nn ._ . „ I
| 1.25 kid gloves ar € fitted and guaranteed!—;.v> r:- ,:" "•- - ■■"■*& iipM'i:* Entrances Wabasha,;-Fourth, Fifth and St. Peter Streets. £r£ ribbon. 61A r 22nfb".^ff^ir^lS ti" *tES;j lA#*
■^ MMM^Mt^M^M a^ M^^^^^^^^^^^M^U^a^a^^a^a^a^a^a^a^i^i^i^»MMg « a » g^-~m », aM —-»- CT —-— • 15c - value for- • • ***** 1 20c.t0 25c value *>JV. j?! value"for. . itj£ I
IBBragMgaHMBMBHBMBMBBMMBMiiMBMBWiMMBMWBW^ i m, ,_,,.-_- ( ....,,; .|', * *^^-I^^o2oo value. g«J^» 35c value,for... AjfV* B
Less than half price]!! i^&Mß^Uilii^" '®Sf W^' \m> H I Thou»a'><i> <>« w* °*
StyilSh dreSS gOOdS f if, rWwt It&ffW?SS-J * iMI« ¥I' fora^eat mid-November sale
*A greaTnurchase consummated by our Mr. Stevens. *s!e in New York c,,y "' Tf J/Sj •«/ftJ|¥^|^* #I f i/JjF^li f iWt* '" '""" CaSe3-" ha'f °f the cost to be
Kttle over a week ago,: is now to i hand, • and the opportunity that Twin City .-.. y. .'T?V-£■ * l^y-^ * *L«H f I?.'. '^€ : &>r Jn{ ~ '• % W -'^Iro*wr7^\^ ■>'*>• ■t-'-C'-:^ "S;- =
::"^ Women will have in its sale must not be missed, for it may not <be equaled ; •'': * ■JPjj&i'-- ' /« 4^3, :.«- , ~ y^'-m?-' * f^'*-~, . I&«3'='ss ' In the sale which starts tomorrow mornine- ™„ wir v « rl i>J
again tn, season. „ ,;^. ..:>:"'. ./...-.■..•-... W sSii-- :" : "." " ' - <^HK
You 11 marvel at the savings, just as we marveled at the bsauty " . YtuST/ *Y^ If • ' v■ - M WW'^m °»«* maker let us h V BPeCl'l
:.: of tne fabrics *hsn they were : opened up yesterday. The &S%J : ir -I' > i^:^^^^ff^fW -t^s^^'^"-^^?^^^ 'V Soles.- about 130 piwe^ in^li n«?H? °f- hiS llaranteed1 l aranteed Taffetas and Peau
.>,■„- most fashionable -the newest fancies ant*- effects -_ /££* M 1 5 ■fl Ml 1 ■% IfiHl-"f m:- X; -^SisT '' ' ■ to a sale of this kind the better and i« uJi'Sifii?! 0",™""
; ......all on tables Monday at 9:30 o'clock. -:'-:- >^ Cgf AJii ' - * * &^/ && t^-^» & & %Jk *$ ~ ; ; tO bUy dresses or ■"*«*-<* hesin ' i^^^'l^^^^*
lAAe,Mii7 1C 4 -*rA A«*£*£c t\s*r*Ae i^¥V"^^l^'': '■ - ; :^^ r &1; ?^H;- V : 25 pieces B*&.ck Pe&.u de Soie 35 pieces of the very ,
•iiu ana le^3 a/ Q« oress gooas fcgjw WW ~' ' ' 4f%# ' : "' ?^PByf^^l^i^C^: »".(•"Jsl double-faced 'and-full .23 inches wide, just the thing t 85c Taffetas- 10
Abiqt^O-pl^eS^J^ij^^^y^.-:-:- P!afn s and ROY S$ riW* : ->f^^:' . > 1 ||j litll I • / X^crtT " Guarantee woven on everyfold coats' ROp inches wide, white,
4boUt 60 pieces A Plain and nOV %^^\ J^3k A H^V^AAW / jfIHL Guarantee woven on every fold. Sold ihe XQr IS"" 1 CA/i
in all, widths Mr\ elty fabrics- Yfl %& TlZ^ZrV'T^lTT^n V %£%**..s9C
g6 g 4>"C s'°'°: ¥ half price W ?B!l|I S*#%E
Weight materi- . ».;.,^ Creams and , ... „_ . <«•»> .' £V, : - . V .\ . * - ' ?i Taffeta silk. Our regularß *!! 40 pieces of colored Crepe de Chine
als v , -. „:: : h: > - '-„-:.■=. -r '■ ■ : fancies. • •,,:-,;;:^:;r : : r~: ' "/. V;- v- . .-;8B - - 85C QUality- M°nday for 59C «* ** h,ch« wide and in almost e^ry
_; ":" -:;* .-4- •-?•.;i"r ; ;.-;•;/■. -^:'^^:- : W^---^: . .. „. ■.'■.;< c, ♦ Think of It. children and . grown-ups—thousands of them and no two alike! ; Did ever a a 20 Plet^s of black double width Crepe wanted color, will go on sale "■» A
There % ace many plain weave; Suitings in the lot, a!sO smooth, •?> •;;■■ holiday season bring you such a seemingly unlimited source, of joy r For you know you ♦ «^!ne. to be sold Monday as follows: Monday at only :........ ■ 59C
hard finished materials, extreme stylish weaves in slightly rough ■ i - can com* «>* many ***** **** enjoy the great doii show, one thing fathers and moth- 1" \ n^SJS o'V^ qUa;ty at - I* 48 Guarantee* Tim**, ** > *? *^
V faces; VOileS. dieviors. Panamas, Canvas Cloths, etc.; 8, ', I ;^?^Mo ™™m»**' *** : that is that the handsomest dollies will be early appropri- <- SSSiS VaS *"$* at I*2? above C^e I ChTnes tor SnVsame!
great array of thoroughly stylish dress goods at a saving we I " < I &ted and away unUl Christmas dawns- Thls **■ clearly. demonstrated yesterday, for i! Regular 3.00 quality at 2.25 the yard *?..V._ & 5£
don't expect to duplicate for many montlS to COme. .- " ""«•-•"• When i cloaing time^arrived many hundreds of the little beauties : had T disappeared. . -^ -'f* Jr*i*"*iJi *"-*r ' ' :"« ..• -..■•-: -.:,.■••;•.*:..*.,._
•: ••••-■'•-• .:;;:;:eiv.:;i:-r, ;■'?.;;;- ■' : ;; : ;^;;-.;,:::;.: ■; ■; ;':h £„ „, I ; TKerPwisi^n Beauty DMli ■- £ H£nd S om3 Dre^ed Dolls I '! OX taDICS COVered With novelty Silks
Nothing but praise for the "Sterling" *^Z^Z*± ■ ««. of course, the center of attraction from 30c upward. * f"? Ik, 1! 118 »; eat f 1'^"""*? of the newest and best of sUk for waists, gowns
j g^^^| -theycatcb^holdtheeyeofold You wou.d not want to make the J^^ Sought"^o^vitb?^
underwear for women SwHis^SrS Hr™™si S-....59c|~. 79c ~ rd 98c
And inaeea the-Bterling^ union suits are ideal garments. We carry this Una { Tn? S^g^Sl^^ ~ 1^- [ ""-
' In many qualities, and probably the most popular quality is that at 3.00. ' °*&Mm]Q3&~ and satins with a great profusion, of - "Daisy." etc.. etc.'; some say papa -- - 55 Cry** 1 • £ j. A • ;—
"Sterling" union suits, 3 full regular made. - H SSSa^iffiSi^PSS^.-BSS and ™„ M ow,' - ""^^^ " am P ie pieces Of tapestries
white, mad. in medium winter i«igh t ,wooi; <* AA M@gftm l£ S? S^. .: • —m 1.00 toT..! j : ' at one-third imoort cost ■''
plate. A medium price but a remarkably satisfactory garment. J»W "on<ter3. real eyebrows and eyelashes. Then there Is a crand array or ' WnMjVV^ ""' '' '--"*>"" " "" *« UU^Ull tOSI ;.;;,._ •■
He a v; e r weight, of the »me make «c 4.50 »nd 5.00. "Sterling" J« Dr~" *— '" *° 10" o'^oo^ ." ft '^* "^ V^^Sh «^SS2^ST?K, « ffl^SS^S SSLK
.UU, ,n flesh color silk. 7 . 50 .,0.50 and .4.00. _ ;^ «^S^i^SisisS3B HS SST" WBh "«»• -^ -
2^t,S^Srar»Si = Womcn'a -SW™. ribbed, wool J|Mffi» 1 one.joln.ted. *«.,* .«U?i«' frorS^ the E^uimaix rs-^^^ .24-ln.h i,.,,., 2, Jnch .„„„„,_ 2 4-.n«h „„.,„- Yard .nd . M
coiers, lone sleeves, full regular made, open tight style, fine fitting and: s' . • BUque undressed dolls 5o to 50e South Sea Islanders.- - - T^?^ '"■•»'••»•- . riltlehpMt.. .1. ,llk pSi." .?u»S> J1.0.»
-, - -- r The-whiU;o n esat:lso.: : thoroughly good/, •• „,■ ' M-' Linen body doll. 1c to 20. Dancing doll., musical dolls, etc. W - " «ft°* Chjto., . cb*. ■ . ■. "*
The black ones at 1.75 t . I .Frlces-,1.00,: : 1jO ana 1.75. . .^<,;^:; _.• ...v Doll heads of all sizes from. to iSO: : Price* 10c. 15c, 20c. 25c t. U». Wi ■ 20C < 40C 65C 2.50
'■ff\ Second week of the November sale of W::M ■ Oriental ... J^^t-'-j- -- -'-.". :;Q;^fl'".!:i,,.' ■' .- ; ; -: ;——. i
fine imported lace curtains Sil^ill SuitS=COatS=WraOS
* n;itVi*«n ♦»,-.— •. . -S>S* ' , " •'• ■'- '■' - -• It's, not every "day!, that, you can buy • '— ——r^iMnaiiM, "■ * - ~ '' '*l< '* * '■ ■'--' "■" ;■' "^ "■-■" ■• " . ' -• • ■= XT
With all the excitement and counter attractions incident to a presidential elecUon. last week.was a great week for lace curtains. the splendid rugs of the Orient at "' ' '" —,„.., —
Of course the stock offered was right-so were the prices. TwouM be imposstble to shoa- hner goods, for finer are rot made ; southing approaching half price, yet -„., | . f '^^ -~^Z^^?tU^ *£^ I « :-'"- At : : , V• 7>
than these; nor handsomer, for that would be impossible. .-' .•.,;..■... - ..U/-^ f here's 'f?^!^AK:*^?/^-'^'K^t ":■ >; l*Uls aUa pTICCS lOreteil ailOtuer WCCK •',: ;-"'
There are still some of the exquisite hand-made dlitaS? shimn^ 8 ' MoSSOUIS> *" Of SenSdwtiOHdw! Selling' I beginning' Mond^Y
f Re^lArabi&n and Saxony^Bruss^ls^arpets ";" v: | l£i^^ZsiUll^ ••• vm-w.*^^
Rea.l Arabian and Saxony Brussels carpets x£2H 25-UU tSS^^^^^%ST^^^T£. SrSSr^'ErSKS U^TSJH
to be so,d. but you'll sure., have .o come on Monday If you wan. a pair or ,«, Note .he grea. r.ducttons from Z. ™°n* *°* - departm"« «~ b—' «* ~ «>« "
re gu ,ar re tall va.ue. The loU and s ,.e pHc« ar e „ follows: ' '■' :' PiIIOWS. pillows: ~^^£!^J?S2ttZ?£J?jZ SfTou h C"<W j" """'^ h"e-eV"y Oth" TCoraan
Saxony Brussels he. S«ony Brussels l«a Re.l ArabUn Uc. cur- Real Ar,bi.n I.=. cur- R«l Arabian lac cur. tor everybody
cur,»,r.s worth 37.50. .curtains worth 60.00. „" „,ns worth 65.00. J'" la ,ns worth 90.00. 5;..- u.ns wch .50.00. ' ' JmoThalf price {^t\S*4-* " . ' ' "'' ' ———-__«
10.00 24. 7"» '■ ' :" 2A7Z ' " -^- «* EH ' ;-: /.C IV. ' '666 of them. ■anidwlOi.fine-Wrfc floss. V^VJdla Evany LOT LOT NAMED SHOWS NEW STYLES FOR.MONDAY .1 .vJ -. VT .
-■••■<"-• ...••»«* "t'fO : Oi'O W3>'w .: light, soft and "always Bully. Strictly -'— „, -- V _, 7 ;'-'-.•--',•- ' ■ '
-, - clean and odorless and covered with ij a"rere"t "nes "f brand-new winter coats, locludlne High-grade tailor-made coats of finest kerseys cheviots
The four graoid popular price-lots we . ™~ «' -'-•'<*■ S taKT r'S,.r=rs S
3.00 and 3.50 : cable Y^;^^^ 12.50 a pair Arabian m ZV"'^ ; SF^^-™ ' I5;00;: T^°rLl%'\X. S, ff-^^
CfaVc Uo r|ott She allAra" I Ql -nd Soutache lace *? A ZT&Vlllh' 29C %^is!&^^i£2£& LS!^"™~ ° 20.00
Dian COlOr, the J # ■ CUrtainS. The / ,-J\J WO"" 50C. eaCtt. ■■ ■ ■ jr*« „™c«lon. ten day. ag o. Latest „>■!« -O-- Hlsh-gr.de tailor-made coats, custom tailored, nnest of
Paif . -^Z^. .y - .... Palf •••••••-•• * . »^W 22i h Square. • -^^f^ Special and s,y,,sh. a,, length,. ig^Q of new and exclusive styles. do 2 en, *} A (ls\
:. mmmammm^ m^^^m^^^^^^SZSSSSSSSSZSSSSSSSSZSST m^ WOrtu 60c, eaCIl. ...\J>/ ISO brand new winter coats, strictly man - tailored Monday A"°VV
: 7.50 and 10.00 Ara- Jtt m 20.00 a pair Aram /% fIP #%, '*: ... . , ..- T~ ■ ' Inches. J materials fire chevio™. V zibeLes 10.7^ :s!ftaß^s%l?s? Onbl^ettSX'adJr r n^A An
bian lace and cluny^ S*^ bian and Marie I M f^ Little folks and heavy weisht mixture, Special ***.+ $ Monday ..- ..J^-M^
lace curtains; the : *gf # V £ : :^ Antoinette lace 1 & m^J\J WuiterCOatS SilitS^w;AßsoLUT^LYr,EwsTY^s SkirtS the very: latest models
Pair m*~ curtains. The pr *WW %%* Winter CO atS Oil llS^w, absolutely mwshws OKlftS the very latest models
:-••■• ---■-,■ "•;•■,- - ■-" ;.-...:■;' .-- -• " ~ ~~ --— /'. •".',.' ' t\ -■ ... ' . : —: —- First lot: Principally'v'boucle cloth. Several different lines of brand-new suits made in the -^
7/9 sm.££ ( Women 1!: ' " •>/ <•<• { *Dmnotiti aP ;. green, navy, red and mixed materials, very latest tourist, Paquin coat. and 1 vest effects; mate- Tailor-made walking skirts, ankle length, made up in
7O Oil 1 ca ,hmprP hotP 3/4 ATT ■< remnants OI . Made with large cape collar trimmed rials , are fine . cheviots and mixtures; some are hand- the finest of cheviots, Panama cloths' and men's-wear
i l*^ 1 -I cashmere hose ,/7* OH j dress trimmings I^JrZee^i 3 and *i th J^, 1 1^,2 bi alf or -V^^rt; jacket. ! worsteds> 15 and 23 gore> pleated and effects .
A c M°nm a7: flne' Yeß" mOSt °f them « one-Quarter their actual ■* year coats actual value : I QC- ™|g lorVptotldSa kllt^" ro'tTJbat f5 Crt - every, garment thoroughly steam-shrunk, A r__
of this lot of superfine stockings is that has, been phenomenaJ. and as a consequences remnants Second lot: .- Coats of line zibellne, vel- Another* lot of < high-grade tailor-made suits, the very - " .. '- *; ••••••*•** • "^
there are only sizes and 9%. Splendid h'r¥*-:jfo jm*. •* and ' ends 'of pleces are ; plentiful. ..You'llf find; the newest 1 vet or broadcloth, trimmed with fancy newest styles :of the season, including cheviots, broad- - Custom-made walking skirts, ankle length finest of
value at 75c. Safe price Monday, %fel :lB^ of the new in Persians. Passementeries. Jets, Braids, braid and buttons. These gr pm~ cloths and men's-wear tweeds; actually Aito _ _ _ cheviots, Panamas and worsteds; skirts __ _
the pair..... '.. .....JVV Spangles, etc., all marked, for a speedy clearance. Every have sold up to now at Q./ *% worth from 29.50. to 37.50. 2*%flft that no tailor or dressmaker can dupll- f^ Cfi
„;_«,. ....,.,.-..-....-, -;-,•.,-,.,,,......->r- -. - , piece marked in plain, figures. , 10.00..-Sale price v .._... **9f\J Monday *O» VV cate under 26.00. Monday .'..'... ........... *O#O V
Domestic room Monday
Strong attractions are forced to the front Monday—attractions which promise
you the most seasonable-goods at great savings, and insure ; & crowded de
~partment% all day long." - - ;- "*-.-, 'I'•'■ "' :^h|
r
| Heavy outing flannels I IP: n hatfc
rThese ; are of the.very best grade of outing flannels, * "Iv UQIW.
%^^?&£?£££*** m- T^b^r,
■Lengths of from 2to 12 yards. - r/,£2- Bata" The best, grade ot
- Sale price, the yard .... .V.'.;.............; W \* hand-rolled cotton batt
4 - . - ' : : . .**"*'- -: r made —no matter what
~\x.-;"~■'.. - Printed satines [; ' '••".- . price. V
The very best 36-inch printed satine made, ,in the ,* c _ l. „, c
newest and ; handsomest floral printings, ;; v.^ ; *3C DckttS:XOrc; :
■suitable for quilt covering, draperies, -^%^%-^% "■'•a '--'-'»
•_£ fancy work, etc. Always 30c a yard. :". :.'/:it*'!'^;H^ . \\\€* '""' >V-*-'
Monday special ««%j|^ -' JIW» "
".is '..-■- .-;■ ;-■.. -.•-.; -;■.-:-.-■,•■-.-,-■.. •.--.- ■■-•■■«.■■-^■^-••' - ;*. ;-„■-.>-.v^-' r--i-■-■•■-^-•;.
White wool blankets :, ' : Comfortables |i|
EH. you have not bought a pair of those A great choice for Monday. This line
..; Blanket "2nds" here; is another lot at is. extra heavy and warm, of ; generous
the same price as last : '"' ■ • ; dimensions yards), covered with;
Fine CaHfor.Ua wool A 0* _ JSS' wSTSI-Sj * M*•
: ?!%%.: ■ ■■■■ »- : •: A'^Ml ; (one-Plece) icottoA ml- *?/ f|
JA '„. _." \ t —-' j ' _ "_'j _" '_' *"" 1
.•EVjJV; O. Farrell, Sr., Dies at Seattle—
;"Reports from Seattle, Wash., state that
jj. ■D. Farrell, „ Sr., father of J. D. Far
rell, president of the Great Nortnern
fe* Steamarlirp company, died ■; at that city
j. Friday, after two months' illness. The
body will be shipped to Elkton. N. D..
where Mr. Farrell formerly resided.
Mr. Farrell was prominent in North
Dakota during the early years of the
state, but recently made his home in
Seattle, where his son *has his head
quarters.
Railroad Trainmen to Give Ball—St
Paul lodge. No. I 2£, Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen, will give their nine-
THE ST. PAUL GLORK. SUNDAY; NOVEMBER 13, 1904
The new Sorosis custom shoes
There are so many. good, unusual points to these-n^e'shbeaithat^wSjy^
they i cannot all: be noted iat • once In the space at command. - NL/f '
One that has not been noted before is 1 the "Trues shank," t*n&
which absolutely preuants that part j f the boot : from flit- JsL}
tening do.un J The Truss shank supports the'arch of the £> ft'
foot to the fullest extent -i ;«& \
"We have these drop toe custom shoes in kid and health; leather ," o^>/i' |
calf—a half (dozen*, or more styles and more-, to follow. ' ' -I* la
This boot is an improved .7.00 custom made article and "the. price .- f^^ ■
for it is 4.00. 'C V 1 Vvi/f
Other.regular, Sorosis styles are 3.50. v .^ . \&JJ
The best stock in town
Flannelette gowns
From every standpoint, quality, finish,
quantity or cheapness, the best in the
town, 1.00 to 2.00.
A leader 1- for Monday. Gowns •of «pink
I or.: blue i stripes, yoke, collar and ■ cuffs
1 trimmed with finishing braid. ''im'^f >
1.00 gowns on sale Monday / L/*
at.:. .*. ::\\ :Vrrr^.r.V-.r.^T.;.;. i iJ**
teenth annual ball at Cambridge hall,
14ft-Bast Seventh street, Tuesday even
ing. Music by the Bans orchestra.
Board of Control Members Busy—
Chairman J. P. Jacobson and Judge O.
B. Gould, of the state board of con
trol, were at Red Wing yesterday, An
oka Friday and St. Cloud Thursday,
attending monthly meetings of the
managers of state institutions. The
Kimonos &nd robes
A very.- pretty ■ line *of ■ flannelette - ki
monos in fancy, stripes with '•. _
solid "band down front and . 7 "-'<•%■■
at sleeves. Price ..:.-;... -*-•** .^.'
Women's long eiderdown robes, large
collar; cuffs and collar satin-bound,
wool : girdle. , Colors,' are ; cardinal, •. gray
and fancy stripes. Sold at jm : ■—jr>'
up to'f.7s. Sale -' ' <- kll
price .:.'! ;V; .v.. i^\ . .Vr.:.\O»^Y;
St. Cloud meeting' was held at the state
reformatory.
Mother* Club to Meet—The Lower
Town Mothers' club will hold a meeting
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in
the Hawthorne school. Miss Hanson,
of the Associated Charities, will teU of
"the Industrial Schools of St Paul."
Workhouse for Fighting—Maty Plaab
Sale women's
neckwear
A\. vast assortment, i dozen •or more
kinds-, tall-;beautiful, new and artistic.'-
Some of the. kinds are": Swiss embroid
: ered cnff and collar sets, , linen em
• broidered cuff and - collar sets,"' Venise
stocks, turn-over collars: of linen, with
embroidered tie holes, silk stocks with
I straps • and crochet rings for tie, ; and '
best of all ; a handsome line of hand
-1 made . Renaissance a - lace » top t' collars—
dozen 'styles to select * _
from. 9Cr
50c neckwear for.'•.*^[^~*<Mjlst
Women's pure linen
handkerchiefs
Beautifully embroidered, V fine linen.
; handkerchiefs ? nearly half priced. There F
i are about : a dozen [styles of embroidery
-. in 1 the: lot ; i some: have embroidered t me
• dallion in corner with ? space«for '?■ mi
i itial ;to! be worked in; really _ _
cheap at 25c. Monday's ■.'■•;--'fk,'/ I
sale price .v...'."..'. ".: .......*.. IJL
became" involved in a neighborhood row
, last !r- Wednesday and .: assaulted \ Mrs.
Zigelinsky * and > was ; sentenced to ten
days in • the ; workhouse ';- yesterday by
Judge Finehput >in the police : court. I' "J
NEW INCO. PORATIONS
; - The Minnetooka Land and Improve
; meat :\ company, of > Minneapolis, was
In full readiness with winter
underwear, etc.: for men
Some of the sorts of good underwear
we carry, for men: .
Mzwttelutz, Deimel, Munsing,
Carter. Globe, Winsted, New
England, Swiss Imported:
These and many other makes go to
round out the largest men's underwear
stock in the Twin Cities. Men who do
not at least look here before buying
are blind to their own interests.
Specials:
Men's natural wool shirts and drawers,
made by the "Winsted" mills. Here
you'll find warmth, finish *± g\f\
and quality. The garment j2«VU
Men's twin-needle wool shirts and drawers, heavy, well made and the « rS\
best there is at the price. Each |,ky
Men's outing flannel night shirts; we
demand that our night shirts for men
shall be larger, heavier and longer than
ever. You can pay from r*\*>
1.00 down to
incorporated yesterday by C. Daiby
Fisher. of Minneapolis; W. H. Wilson.
of St. Paul, and W. B. Wilson, of Min
neapolis. Mr. Fisher is president and
secretary of the company; Mr. W. H.
Wilson, vice president and treasurer.
The authorized capital stock is $25,000.
To deal in real and personal prop
erty the Hackney Land company, of
St. Paul, incorporated yesterday. The
ineorpoiators are Leslie t S. Hackney,
Our weekly letter
to men:
Something about underwear? Well,
if we were to talk to you about the
kinds we've got 'twould take columns
of space and take you too long to
read. But let us say that a more
carefully planned stock you cannot
find. The staple, the practical and
the luxurious silk and wool or all
silk you'll find here. No matter how
finicky you may be, we confidently
believe we can suit you and can also
advise about what's best and most
comfortable to wear.
i Men's "Musser" socks, c made of ? Aus
i tralian » American ■:.' yarns ■;-• miked,
i Nothing known will "■wear; as ! well.
Black," natural 'or brown. -r' •'% --' r§vW -Z
! J Price :.: .-.:-. ....... JOG
William L. Hackney and Joseph M.
Hackney, all of St. Paul. The author
ized capital stock of the company la
$200,000.
For Savings Only
The State Savings Bank. 4th and Min
nesota st?. Opens accounts of $1 and
upwards—interest compounded semi-an
nual ly. Open during usual banking
I hours and Monday evenings from 6 to 8.
I $5.00 deposited each month for 10 yean
amounts to $6'.?5.7*.

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