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None but the most reliable goods every yard sold with a guarant ee that the
fabric is as represented. All the newest fancy weaves and colorings are here. Wednesday we will give some Opening Prices that will cer tainly interest you. Extra Attraction in fancy waist materials: 18,000 yards of the very latest styles: in fancy stripes Wednes- f^ fo f g day^ per yard Q||0 and JJQ Jamestown WeavesTo those wishing to purchase an inexpensive dress, here are most unusual bargains in fancy Jamestown weaves, camel hairs, cheviots, extra heavy granites all the leading at, per yard, 25ccolors, 39c - 50c BroadclothOUT bright, lustrous fin ish full line of Fall shades Wednesday, per yard, only SkirtingAnother lot of 54-inch Oxford gray Skirting requires no lining quantity limited Wednesday, yard... To start the season we make these prices and do not expect to duplicate them again. Remember, coal is high but our blankets are cheap. You will want them and now is the time to buy. They are advancing. We sell Wednesday cheaper than we could buy ourselves. If we do give them away that's our business. It's yours to buy. 3,000 pairs of Manufacturers' and Travelers' samples of Wool Blankets in gray, white, scarlet and fancy. Block plaids in 10-4, 11=4 and 12-4 sizes. Some absolutely perfect and flawless, while others are slightly soiled from handling. Some all wool, some part cotton. On special tables for quick selling in Blanket Dept. in Annex at J and *4 less than regular prices. Fancy Blankets 300 single fancy colored striped blankets, worth $1.00. While this lot lasts we will sell them at only, each ' REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. . i Estelle P. Close and husband to Emma P. Benton In section 34-29-24, $1,050. Mary A. Palmer and husband to Ike C. Speera: lot 14, block 3, J. S. Johnson's subdivision, $2,250. George D Dato and wife to James L. Rob lnsou lot 20, block 10, J. T. Blaisdell's revise' 'addition, $1,200. Robert A. 1'eet and wife to Atlanta Boltwoo lot 2, block 10, Hist Division Remington Pat $420. Curtis and hubband to George ] 2and 3, blopk & Wlndon Delia F. Henchman lota 1, Addition, $2,100. special, 52 inches wide yaii^a||i*afi^w|^i,liyni i i^y, i inmiiuiiiiinn iiiiiiJM^nnnBpuW fMPMBHWWIiSII !N^|Wliipi!lpB8WWiPiy W f *n .' ^^H' j * - ' TUESDAY EVENING, OUR FALL AND WINTER CATALOGUE 1.00 48c Greatest Sale of Biaihkets on Recorda 48 c *1&:. John G. Moore and wife to Herman'Cornelius: lot 12, block 2, Oakhurst $800. - Sarah Oxborough to Mary E. Kidder lots 25, 26 and 27, block 1, Park addition $1,100. Peter Deslauriers and wife to Alpbonse J. Deslanrlers in section 12-118-23, $1,000. T. C. Naramore to H. Gilbert Robblns part its 10 and IV block 6, Hoiway & Taylor's Ed ition, $500. Mubelle C. Darrow to Georgians Brown lot block 1, Bobanuon & H&nscome's addition, 500. iix minor deeds, $6. ' * *'""' ' - - Total, 16 deeds, $11,02*- *.,"- . : \ ftfcflS. French Voile and VeilingsThe newest fabrics for evening dresses, come in fine and coarse weaves, plain, silk stripes, and silk dots, 44 to 46 inches at prices, per yard, Gloth Suitings54-inch fancy black and white and n aw blue and suiting, at, per yard, $1.25 $1.50 $2 $3, .'..' Will be issue4 within the next two weeks. Is your name on our mailing list ? If not, a request from you will get one FREE. Black Dress Goods. $1.0wide, 0 $2.5from 0 1 Camel's Half Ziheline 56-inch, long shaggy camel hair finish, extra he*avy for long coats and unlined Bkirts, reg ular value,, $1.75, Wednesday, per yd.. Imported Venetian Oloth52-inch, rich black silky finish, nothing nicer for a fine tailor-made suit, reg ular value $1.75 per yard, Wednesday, per yard French 'Albatross50c Albatross 35c pe yard, 38-inch fine French Albatross, all pure wool, rich black crepe weave, regular value 50c per yard, Wed. yd.. Crib Blankets250 pairs white ton Orib Blankets, striped borders, will have a special sale on these for Wednesday at only, per pair......... favored by fashion, admired by women and approved by men altogether an assortment of style and value impos- sible to equal. The latest Parisian craze, the Louis Seiz Muffs and Boas also Lace Robes will be displayed. You Mre Cordiallyinvited to Attend. oods nish , extra heavy w $1.2weight, iu Datros s OD C per 35cr vtlC BTHDLING PERMITS Union Iron Works, 119 Main street SE brick machine shop, $1,300. E. Pennington, 2620 Garfield avenue frame dwelling, $8,000. ff. B Ockwig. 2111 Washington avenue N, brick store, $3,000." Minor permits, $3,045. Head the Journal wWt ads every daj If you can't find what you want to-da: i look to-morrow. New ads appear" eac THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJKNAIJ. and the rest of the week When we will exhibit a beautiful assortment of imported Hats and novelties personally selected by our representative in Paris. We have the headwear In our new Fall Silks to stimulate your in- terest in our Silk Department. If you ap- preciate real bargains in the true sense of the word, reach our silk counter early Wednesday morning. * j 10 pieces bright new Taffeta Silk, brilliant jet black luster, 1 yard wide good heavy qual ity that usually g^ jtfk\^ demands $1.15 yd. Wednesday only 8 pieces 27-inch Black Moire Velour, a magnificent heavy, rich quality, suitable fdr full costumes and walking coats the $1.25 grade. Special Wednes day only. .1\.V . ot- We : Cotton Blankots-r2,000 pairs of extra fleeced Cotton Blankets, 10-4 size, fancy ahaddd ^orders, in gray or white, an sale Wednesday for only per pair ......'..". HutchinsonJohn Francis, 3332 Chicag o ave - nue, 28 years. - ,. -p.-.- BonniwellSanders, St. Barnabas hospital, 36 years. StevensonCaroline, 115 Hennepin avenue, 45 rears. OlundAnthony, city ,b.ospital, 24 year& RileyCatherine, '"fill Twenty-Sixth avenue S, - yffarsi . - , i MctoniberO., 12 First avenue N, 73 years. SmithAlfred, 1810, Nicollet ayenne, 41 years. WusMatbias, 215 Broadway street KB, 75 Defective Page JMSBBJ : DEATHS. ,,vv , mm^ 25 pieces new Colored Wash Taffetas,' an exceptionally pretty silk, in evening shades cheap at 75c. Spe- g fi cial for Wednes- QrlQ day only 5,000 yards newest Fall Novel ty Silks, in all the popular pro ductions, every new weave and color scheme is present equal to any line shown at $1. For Wednesday only ::.,r.i:\:r. fc$S& - V? sA A.haff, s.&fbf*zmiiii*Mm Sketched from Hats now on Exhibition. Wonderful Reductions Comforters25 dozen large size silkolino covered Comforters, zephyr tied, white cot ton filling, special for Wednesday o n 1 y, each RogersAgnes, Asbury hospital, 25 years. HegstadJohn, 248 Cedar avenue, 53 years. Home Visitors' Excursion Rates to points in Ohio and Indiana. Half fare plus $2.00, on sale Sept. 2d, 9th, 16th, 23d. Good to return thirty days. For further information call at Burlington Route ticket office, 414 Nicollet avenue. - Journal want ads are stepping stones to prosperity. Try them And he convinced* ^SF^BW^# 69c $1.39- SEPTEMBER 16, 1902. FALL AN D WINTER 1902-3 Opening Day WEDNESDAY Cloak and Suit Room CORRECT STYLES. Costumes, Tailor-Made Dress Suits, Walking Suits, Dress Skirts, Walking Skirts, Evening Wraps, Coats, Jackets, Capes. A grand showing of the season's choice novelties in high grade and moderate priced Ready-to Wear Garments, direct from the fashion centers of the world. New York, Paris, London and Berlin are here represented. In this grand showing you will find many NEW AND EXCLUSIVE DE SIGNS, made to our special order and expressly for us. Never in the history of this great department were we in a position to show such an array of beautiful and correct styles at such a moderate cost. It will be a great benefit to every lady of the Twin Cities to attend this grand dis- play, thereby settling their minds as to what will be the proper and correct ideas for Fall and Winter. We cor dially invite them to attend. New Costumes ., New Man-Tailored Dress Suits, New Walking Suits New Silk Dress Skirts , New Cloth Dress Skirts New Walking Skirts.'.. New Monte Carlo Coats.. .. New Box Coats ...... New Velour Blouse Coats New 45 and 52=inch Coats... New Cloth Capes New Evening Wraps Right in Quality and Right in Price, Our great September Fur Sale presents un- usual attractions. Here you find everything in Reliable Furs at prices that will please you for their lowness, values considered. Genuine Alaska Sealskin, Real Leipzig Dyed Persian Lamb, Broadtail Persian, Hudson Bay Otter, Astrakhan and the very best Near Seal and Electric Seal Coats ever shownall with those distinctive charac teristics that mark "Donaldson's" Furs. Ready-to-Wear and Made to-Measure Fur Neckwear. A profusion of the choicest fashions of our own production as well as those selected from the Fur Canters of the world. Fu r Scarf s from $2.95 to $75.00 Fa r Coat s from $25.00 to $350 AronsonMr. and Mrs. A. 745 Monroe street NE, boy. NelsonMr. and Mrs. John E,, 720 Humboldt avenue N, girl. VibraMr. and Mrs. MUkie, 111 Wood street S, girl. DafoeMr. and Mrs. Harry, 1123 Fourth street N, boy. Due-harmMr. and Mrs. William, 3039 Nicollet avenue, boy. BergstfomMr. and Mrs. John, 500 Lake Street, girl. Bonde*on~-Mr. and Mrs. Olsf, 8900 Cedar ave nue, bar,. ' - ' BIRTHS. - : jpiiiiiinniiiiiinip) m iipppiiiiijiiipiipgti Plush Lap Robes200 black or green plush $2.00, special for Wednesday only, each IN OUR $45.00 to $150 $10.00 to $12.50 to $8.50 to $5.00 to $2.95 $10.00 . $7.50 $16.50 to $25.00 to $100 . $5.00 to $65 $20.00 to $75 $1.3worth9,RobespaL LIEUT. COL BEADE HERE. , ' Lieutenant Colonel Philip Reade, TJ. S. A., formerly stationed at Fort Snelling, who after* wards went to the Philippines with the Twenty fifth infantry, is visiting friends at the Minne sota club, St. Paul. He will return to Fort Niobrara at the end of the week. Bring best returns. The best evidence' Is the purriber carried regularly on classi fied pages. .., , w^ $95 $45 $75 $50 $25 $75 $65 $86 to to to extra heary, Journal Want Ads j 5 \ -5'