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Coat Values Immense express shipments-hundreds placed on sale for busy Saturdaynever have we shown better values The New 45-inch Coats The new ripple backsnew yoke and cape effects., jK / \ 45-inch coats, ^II Kersey and Zibeline.yoke and ripple backs, new collars, unusually good values. New Monte Carlo Coats .50 self strapping and braid trimmed, regular $25.00 value, Saturday $17.50. We show a magnificent collection of Novelty Coats in Zibeline, Montenac, Men's wear goods at $22.50, $25.00, $27.50, $35.00 and upwards. Misses' Coats We have never shown as complete an assortment as now and never such valuesMonte Carlo, Norfolk, and the new 42 and 45 inch lengths Interesting values $15, $20, $25 Children's Long Coats $6.75 storm collar double breasted, our regular $8.50 coat Saturday $6.75. Other very special values.... *plU, *pl5.DU, ^plO.DU We are pleased to announce the arrival of our I^ew Tailored and Walking Suits, which we will place on sale Saturday morning. FRED . D . YOUN G & CO., mmacmmm VALLEY CREAMERY BUTTER, HALF GAL- LON JARS, $1.35. * Butterine. sweet and fresh, per lb, 15c. Apple Jelly, large glasses, 10c. Catsup, large bottles, 12%c. Olives, large Queen, per quart, 30c. Mustard, genuine French flavor, per gallon, 40c. 1-gallon cans Maple Syrup, 60c. Celery, well bleached, per dozen, 14c. Sweet Potatoes. 10 lbs, 19c. Spinach, per peck, 7c. Oyster Plant, 2 bunches, Be. Parsnips, per peck, 8c. Sardines, large tins French bone less, worth 30c per can, 24c. Clam Juice, per can, lie. Fat Salmon Steak, per can, 12c. Red Kidney Beans, per can, 8c. Beets, per can, 14c. New Telephone Peas, per can, 9c. Bartlett Pears, 3-lb. cans, 10c. Peaches, peeled, 1-gal cans, 35c. Rhubarb, 1-gal cans, 23c. Imported Orange Marmalade, per jar, 17c. Large $1.00 Maraschino Cherries, per bottle, 70c. That fragrant Pickwick blend Mocha and Java Coffee, per lb.,27c. Choice Ceylon Tea, per lb, 38c. Nutmegs, per oz, 3c. Pure Ground Black Pepper, per lb, 18c. Fresh Soda or Oyster Crackers, per lb, 6tfc. Quaker Oats, per pkg, 9c. NOW I S THE TIME To begin your Christmas shopping. You can do it with greater convenience than when the great rush begins. Stock Bigger than Ever. Selection Better than Ever. Prices Lower than Ever Diamond and Opal Cluster Ring, 12 brilliant diamonds $35.00 Diamond and Turquoise Cluster Ring, 12 brilliant diamonds 35.00 Diamond and Emerald, 2-stone Ring, fine color 42.00 Diamond Sunburst. 86 diamonds and J^-oarat center 100.00 J^-carat Lady's Tiffany Solitaire Diamond Ring 37.50 Gent's Diamond Circlet Ring, 2 diamonds, fine opal center 14.00 Solid Gold Diamond set Ladies' Watches... .$25.00 $35.00 to $100 Mississippi Pearl and Diamond set Scarf Pins 6.00 7.50 to 2 5 Diamond set Cuff Links, immense assortment 3.75 5.00 to 1 5 La Valliere Pearl and Diamond Pendants... 25.00 50.00 to 100 Real Pearl Sunburst, diamond centers $ 8 $10 $15 a nd up. 1 Carat Lady's or Gent's perfect cut Diamond Ring $75.00 J? MfLiMi Just ReceivedAnother Fine Lot Japanese Nitskes. Latest Novelty in Ladies' Bags. SEE THEM. You can see your Diamond' set in our own shop while you wait. S.JACOBS & COJEWELERS, 28-inch, blaok and Oxford Irish Frieze Ages 6 to full lengthun- finished cheviot Syndicate Block, 513 Nicollet Ave. 12- Courteous a nd competent help in every depart- ment. FRIDAY EVENIim, The last new effects. Immense Shipments for Saturday. $o MONARCH SOAP, 10 LARGE BARS, 34c Clothes Pins, 7 dozen, 5c. Washing Soda, 8 lbs, 10c. Witch Hazel, full quarts, 28c. Parlor Matches, per doz, 9c. Robert Burns, 10c size, 6e. Lord Temple, 12%c size, 7c per 100, $6.50. Garcia, 12%c size, each, 7c per box, 50, $3.25. 20c Perfectos for 10c. Port Wine, absolutely pure, five years old, per bottle, 25c per gallon, $1.00. $1.25 Holland Gin, 95c. $1.00 Tom Gin, 72c. $1.00 Old Crow Whiskey, 80o. 90c Canadian Rye, 78c. Duffy's Malt, 87c. Iler's Malt, 77c. Quart bottles Grape Brandy, 75c. Manhattan Cocktails, 90c. SPRMQ CHICKENS AND OBESE, LB., I2V%C. Fancy Turkeys and Ducks. Hams, per lb, 10c. Whole Pork Loin, per lb, 10yzc. Veal Stew or Roast, per lb, 6c and Sc. Hamburg Steak, 3 lbs, 20c. Any cut Pot Roast, per lb, 6c. Round Steak, 3 lbs, 25c. Spring Lamb Legs, per lb, lie. Lamb Stew, 5 lbs, 24c. Standard Oysters, per quart, 30c. Blue Point Oysters, per dozen, 15o. Honest bargains that arc making us more talked about every day among the discriminating buyers. For Ladies and Misses. 1 T i \ ^-inch coats, J\j heavy Monte- * nacs, novelty cape and collar effect new back and sleeves not equaled in the city at $35.00. The new and, correct things, values to $27.50. Saturday at $20.00. /\f\ Full length, now lit! yoke ripple back storm collar heavy zibeline, blue, brown, green and red value $12.50. Ladies' and Misses. eight styles to choose fromKersey, Mon tenac, Frieze, Melton. Cigars. Diamonds bought of us are convertible into cash less 10 per cent, of purchase price. 518 520 Nicollet Av InSocialCircles A GOLDE N f EDDIE Will Be Celebrated Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Henning of Mrs. L. H. Caswell Entertains In- formally This Afternoon for Mrs. L. H. Caswell entertained inform ally this afternoon at her home on Colum bus avenue for Mrs. C. B. Henning. Mr. and Mrs. Henning will celebrate their golden wedding Tuesday and a dinner of fifty covers will be given at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hiller, on Columbus avenue. The affair this afternoon was in the nature of a parcel shower, for pros pective brides are not to be allowed to monopolize that form of entertainment, and each of the guests brought a gift for the bride of fifty years The decorations were all in yellow chrysanthemums and twelve of Mrs. Henning's' friends were present. The young women of the Alpha Phi fra ternity have been busy all fall preparing for a bazar which will be held Monday afternoon and evening at the home of Miss Florence Akeley on Park avenue A great variety of pretty and useful articles have been made and the proceeds will be used toward the fund for the chapter house which the fraternity will build. The West Hotel will be the center of in terest this evening when the charity ball will bring the representative people of Minneapolis together. The decoiators have been busy all day and the hotel v. ill be transformed into a garden of beauty. Only two colors, red and green, will be used in the ballroom, corridors and sup per room and the lights are shaded to simulate great glowing poinsetta blos soms. 'Palms and ferns will contribute to the charming effect and red rugs will cover the floors. In the reception-room chrysanthemums, fluffy white balls, will be in decided contract to the vivid color in the corridors. The decorations have been under the direction of Mrs. 3. R Vanderlip and Mrs. Chauncy R. Lamb and they will be well worth seeing. As every body has planned for weeks to attend the charity ball there is little else going on this evening and those who are interested in the Home for Children and Aged Women will be present to aid the insti tution while those who have no special interest in the philanthropy will attend because the charity ball is one of the functions of the year. The people of Park Avenue M E. church will give a reception this evening in tho church parlors for Rev. and Mrs. G. G. Vallentyne. The first annual banquet of the Native Sons of Minnesota will be given Wednes day at the Commercial Club. The Senate Limited Dancing club will give a dancing party this evening in Johnson hall. The engagement is announced of Miss Ahda M. Anderson, daughter of P. Ander son of Rush City, Minn . and Rev. A. Aaron of .Passaic, N. J Mr. Aaron is the son of A. Anderson of 613 Nineteenth avenue S and lived in Minneapolis un til about four years ago, when he ac cepted a charge in Passaic. The wedding will take place Wednesday evening, Nov. 26, in Augustana church, and will be fol fowed by a reception for the immediate family at the home of Mr. Andeison. The marriage of Miss Mary Eleanor Connor and Dennis H. O'Connor of St. Paul took place yesterday morning m St. Stephen's church. The altar was decorated with smilax and chrysanthe mums and the same flower wreathed the altar rail. Miss Lulu Houle, organist, and James J. Latourelle, vocalist, played the wedding march, and as the guests were seated Nelson Price sang "The Holy City." The ushers were Dr. John Ar mitage and Earl P. Connor. The maid of honor, Miss Honora Connor, wore blue Paris muslin trimmed with lace medal lions and carried pink roses. The bride's gown was white chiffon over silk, trimmed with lace, and her flowers were chrysan themums. The best man was Dr. John O'Connor of Oelwein, Iowa, and the bride entered with her brother, Edwin M. Con nor. The nuptial mass was said by Rev. D. S. O'Connor of Oelwein, assisted by Rev. Patrick Danehy and Rev. Michael Riley. A breakfast was served at the Connor residence on Bryant avenue S and covers were laid for forty. Those from out of town were: Miss Ellen Mary O'Connor of Castlelack, Bandon, Ireland Dr. J. B. O'Connor, Rev. Mr. O'Connor, Miss Helen Hurley of Oelwein, Iowa Mrs. Allen Cook son and son of Cloquet, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Connor of Faribault Eugene O'Connor of Notre Dame. The decora tions were in chrysanthemums and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor left for the east and they will be at home at 2550 Bryant avenue S after Dec. 15. The bride's traveling gown was of blue Venetian cloth trimmed with white satin and lace. Last evening Mr. Connor gave a dinner for the out of town guests. The vestry of Gethsemane church gave an informal reception last evening in Knickerbocker hall for Rev. and Mrs. Irv ing P. Johnson. The platform was banked with palms and ferns and pink and white chrysanthemums were arranged in the green tangle. The lights were shaded in pink. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were as sisted in receiving by the vestry, E. F. Weitzel, senior warden C. G. Church, Junior warden Messrs. Thomas Miles, Chase, Chamberlain, Chambers, G. A. N. King, Merrlam, Judd, J. G. .Gutgesell and Wiggins and by Mmes. C. G. Church, Miles, Chase, Wiggins, Chamberlain, King, Gutgesell, Judd. The church mandolin club composed of Archie Eddy, Fred Paul and Roy Slocum, played-an in teresting program as the guests came and went. Mrs. W. D. Lawrence and Mrs. J. L. Tracy nerved tea and chocolate from tables prettily decked with pink chrys anthemums and pink shaded candles. Frappe was served from a nook in among the vines by Misses Blackmar, Hazel and, Edith Gutgesell and Grace Weitae). The members of the Kappa Kappa Gam ma fraternity were entertained last even ing by Miss Virginia Rugg of St. Paul. Mrs. Herbert H. Welch of 2706 Pleasant avenue entertained about thirty guests Wednesday evening as a surprise for Mr. Welch, the occasion being their wedding anniversary. The guests also surprised both Mr. and Mrs. Welch by presenting them with a handsome cut glass salad This City. Mrs. Henning. Mrs. E. M. Pike entertained a group of twenty children this afternoon at her home on Humboldt avenue S, in honor of the ninth birthday anniversary of her son, Marion Lane Pike. The rooms were piettily decorated with white and pink chrysanthemums. Games were played and prizes were given the childen for pinning on the donkey's tail. Supper was served in the dining-room where chrys anthemums decked the table. Mrs. Pike was assisted by Mrs. A. C. Dickey and Mrs. E. G. Berryhill. The small gliests were Marion and Louise Trask, Helen Scanlon, Ruth "Landers, Imogene Nelson, Allan Newhall, Walter Gilbert, Philip Barnes, Amor Bauman, Eugene Roberts, Robert Scanlon, Clark Robertson, Carson Hanks, William Carpenter, Rockwood Nel son, Louis Kelley, Donald Brown and Cooper Bruce. +$&isstimwb THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAL. Rev. S B. Robert^ made o - speech. 4 Jfej bowl Bentation n - speech Mrs. C. B. Hort)$ entertained Wednes day evening in rtonor^of Mrs. Clarence pianchard of 1^asii|ngfe&ii, D. C , and Mrs. Clarence Mcl$iyfcla%| ifvron, S.^D. Cov ers were laid,,for vSr Mr. ^n4 Mti|BRife Barton, who gave sever-al^deliglltful Wdsical selections. Six of the guests were former residents of Huron. An informal affair was given Tast even ing at 'the chapter house of Alpha Tau Omega. 412 Walriut stt^et'SE, when the fraternity entertained a group of girls. The decorations WeTe In the fraternity colors, sky blue and old gold, and white roses were the flowers. Mrs. O. E. Greeley gave an informal luncheon for a group of friends, who are on their way to the Pacific coast, Monday. Miss Luella Tyler of 3309 Clinton avenue entertained a group of girls Tuesday ev ening at a marshmallow toast. Sweet peas and ferns were on the tables and dainty wax tapers illuminated the more secluded corners. Several read ings were contributed by Miss Maud Ger rish and Miss Bessie MacKeen. Prizes for the guessing contests were won by Misses Gertrude Fifield, Neva McElroy and Mamie Gerrish Present were Misses Maud and Mamie Gerrish, Alice Becon, Bessie MacKeen, Mary Brownell, Theo dora Schneider, Gei trude Fifield, Neva Mc Elroy and Mrs C. M. Kennedy, To-morrow Mrs. Jean Mitchell T^, rence will give the first of her informal Saturday afternoon teas, which will con tinue to be regular weekly affairs through the season. Best at The Plymouth Clothing House. F. F. Carlson is home fiom a western trip. Miss Gertrude Fox has returned from the east. U S. Shaft left last evening for the east on a business trip. Mrs. George P. AVilson and daughter, Mrs. bwett, aie home from, ahroad Mr. and Mis W. A. Treemhe hare moved Into their new home at 3248 Portland avenue. The Union Card Club will be entertained by Mrs. I'utiran at her home, 1022 Hawthorn ave nue, Tuesday. Mrs. Lyman Walter Brundage, of Seattle, is visiting her sister, Mis Fiank E. Aimstrong, Hotel Southern. Mrs. Bingley Fales and little daughter are visiting Mis Fales' father, H. N. Peck, of Hawthorn avenue. W. M. Booth, chaiiman of the food bazaar committee of the Citj Salesmen's association, Is 111 at his home with diphtheria. Miss Harriet I.eekley will entertain the Null! Seeundus Club at her home, No. 014 B Six teenth stieet, to-monow' evening. Mis. S. C. E. Smith, who has been the guest of her son, Haivey Smith, of Hamline univei sity, has returned to hei home in Verndale. Northwestern people at New York hotels are as follows. MinneapolisVictoria, J. B. Mosher and J. Hendeison. DuluthHolland, W. Ames. Miss Annabelle Stuait has returned from Du buque, Iowa, wheie Bbe went to attend the funeral of Miss Mlilgrewv daughter of Mr. and Mis. M. J. Mulgiew. The Tabernacle Success Club will give a book social this evening to formally open the fiee reading-room and library. An interesting pio grain has been prepaied. A clam chowder supper will be served In the Thirteenth Avenue M H. church Tuesday eve ning. The supper will be served by John Kelly under the auspices of the men of the official board. Miss Grace Lavayea is home from a summer trip on the Pacific coast and is with her mother at 515 Ninth avenue SE Her father, II. E Lavasea, of Larlmore, N. D , is with them for a few days. ' i, Minneapolis amvals at the Holland House, New York, this weeU were Mr. and Mrs F. V^ Piatt, Mrs. George F Fiench, Mr and Mrs John F. McKey, C. II. Hood, -Mis. E. F. Sear and H. S. Barber. I The Say Zu Zus met Tuesday with Mrs. Bar tholomew, 1805 Sec&nd avenue S PrUes were won by Mmes Lampson, Ljons Hanwell and Burschell. Mrs. Bojd, of 70 Thirteenth street S, will be tijft hosWss Tuesday. Friday evening, a sheet and pillow-case party was given at the hyiner of William, Hamilton, in Hillside avenue, in lionOr of the! senior class of the Noith high school. The usual Halloween games were plnved and pu/es were won by Miss Grajce 11(11 and MI Mortimer Vocal solos were given by Augustus Do\dall, accom panied In Miss Utjbel Rockwood, valedictorian. After a Halloween luncheon the eorapanj went to the attic, where, the class piophecy by Miss Blanche Robinson, salutatoriuu of the elnsM, 'wcnl read by an attendant spirit. *. sS(wa. Furs and Fur Garments. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Wright Wrongs No Man. Wright's old-fashioned buckwheat flour is pure. THEATRICAL MAN MARRIED. James L. Glass, of New York, who is con nected with one of the many theatrical enter prises of Dick Feu is, lesiee of the Lvceum the ater, was married yesterday to Miss Caliie Rice Smith, of San Antonio, Texas. The service was read by Rev. J. D. Slocum, in the parlors of the St. James Hotel. A MODEL FEED STORE Mart Whltcomb Has Built One on His Property, 28 and 30 Eighth street N. Mart Whltcomb is inviting everybody to come and see him in his new business home. He certainly has the model feed store of the continent and has good rea son to be proud of his place. The building is red brick, floor all con crete except the sandstone driveway which runs through the entire building. Big entrances, which can be closed at will, permit a full loaded wagon to drive through. Mr. Whitcomb believes in comforts, too, and has fixed up an office with a lava tory and furniture that would do credit to a model office block. He wants all his customers and pros pective new ones to be sure to call. H e is contemplating building a store on the other three lots which he owns next to his new stcre. Through Pullman Tourist sleepers to California via the Sunshine Route (Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Santa Fe lines), every Tuesday, commencing Octo ber 14th. Berth rate, $6. Ticket rate, $32.90 during October. Ticket office, 328 Nicollet avenue, or address W. R. Dixon, N. W. P. A., St. Paul. If you are too busy to bring your want ad to The Journal, call up No. 9, either line and The 'Journal will accommodate you by taking your ad over the 'phone. If you will kindly call in and pay for same at your earliest convenience ft will greatly facilitate the handling of these small amounts. Sunday Trains to Lake Mlnnetonka. To and including Sunday. Nov. 9, the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad will run Sunday trains to Lake Mlnnetonka, leav ing Minneapolis at 9:45 a. m., returning leave the lake at 5:45 p. m. Rate 50c the round trip. If you are too busy to bring your want ad to The Journal, call up No. 9, either line and The Journal will accommodate you by taking your ad over the 'phone. If you will kindly call in and pay for same at your earliest convenience it will greatly facilitate the handling of these small amounts. Pit and ~ To California. Elegance... Is exemplified In every garment made by ST BIN BROS., LADIMS' TAILORS, 518 Nicollet. We empl x.pnly the best tailors and have a stock of fall and winter dress Roods second to none in tb* northwest. Our specialties are elegant top coats, walking, stormy weather and dress skirts, smart long coats. Call and be convinced that we make the very bestv at moderate prices. Northwestern Telephone, 2651 J. '%'WW%V^/ i)tjjrtniftim Defective Page --Among the guests , W*VS^V%/*VW** pre- - WVN.^Sf^*WS*N. W - Seasonable ANOTHERyinvitation Sterling Underwear. Ladies' GoodsIn Combination Suits, Vests, Drawers, Tights, made in balbriggan, mercerized cotton (Jooks and wears like silk), all wool, wool and cot ton mixed, and all silk, in light, medium and heavy weights colors white, natural flesh and light blue. Children'* Combination Suits, in light blue. TONIGHT, Masonic Temple. Instruction at 8. Program and Orchestra at 9. Children's classes tomorrow at 2 and 3:30 p. m. Telephone. N. W. 3507 Main. GARLAND'S Bitter Sweet Chocolates the ver best values for your money. We never sacrifice quality, believing it for the best interests of our patrons as well as ourselves to sell Only Reliable Goods. PricesLadles' Combination 8uits, $3.00 to $12.00 Vests and Drawers, $2.00 each. Munsing Underwear. Ladies9 Children's Combination Suits, $2.50 and $3.00. Manufactured in Minneapolis, by the Northwest ern Knitting Co. Full lines of Vests, Pants and Combination Suits. PricesLadies' Ves s and Pants, $1.00. $1.50. Combination Suits. $1 50, $2.25, $2.75. Children's Vests and rants. 75c. ComUnatlou Suits, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. Swiss UnderwearOt the finest quality, for ladles' vests, pants and combination suits. The New York manufacturers are tardy in deliveries but our goods are coming by express and we have new things to show you each day. popular fabrics All r^riCeS tanabads, Savalans, Punjabs,Teherans, Oushaksi which w hay been and Rampores ) DAmjg^CLASSES Malcolm's Fourth Informal Are the "Best Ever" . 50c per pound 36 South Fifth St. Both 'phones. $ Half Fritted Coats, Monte Carlo Come Coats, Carriage Coats,, Opera } Z. Z.. and Evening Coats .,.,...) &Ce 1 hem. Misses9 Jackets, Long Monte Carlos... ORIENTAL RUGS Patrons of Journal want columns are requested to have their copy in the office by 12:30 o'clock en Satur day in order to Insure proper classifi cation In that evening's Issue. Special Sale Now On. Small Sizes in Seven Separate Lots as Follows: Lot 122 Antique Bokharas, regular price $10.00. Sale price Lot 245 Antiques including Mosoul, zaks, Soumacks, Karabaghs, etc. Regular price $15 and $18 each ... Lot 32 Antique Belouchistans, $22 50, $25.00, $30.00 Lot 450 Antique, including Sarabands, Irans, Fer aghans, Khorassans, Mosuls, Camel's Hair, Daghes tans, Shirvans, Kazaks, Ganja, etc. 1Ch TS Prices from $25.00 to $35.00, each %p 1 J / / O Lot 550 Antiques including Irans, Mosuls, Ber gamas, Camel's Hair, Kazaks, Shiraz, Yamoud, &c. Prices from $30.00 to $45.00 for ?^/T 7ff this sale, each npj&O. *J Carpet Sizes Cloak Department and Children's cneviots, velvefcs I n Overcoats %%/ NOVEMBER 7, 1902. Coats and ) New Una tor \ Saturday '**- " * & % Merchandise NICOLLET AVE. AND FIFTH STREET. MM^^V^^^^^^^W^/^^M^^^MW to visit us, and a promise to give you camel hairs THE CARE OF THE TEETH become* a pleasure if you use a good brush and our prophylactic tooth pow der. We mrke this rowder OUTBOITOS and guarantee it to be absolutely free from anything injurious. Now a word about a brush. Never buy a cheap brush it's poor economy. We have a splendid line of brushes that are good value and we know that they will give satisfactory service. Prices ranging from 10c to 60c. f~Z ],* and $7.50 Ganja, Ka- $13.50 $16.75 ve ry A Mushkabads, Serapas, Sul-fL A special treatment for your sweet tooth is e. box of our Original Alle gretti Chocolate Cream. We are the only one that has this candy in Minneapolis. C. H. QIRKLER. 692 Nicollet, 47 So. 6th St CAMERAS and SUPPLIES at HALF PRICE THISWBEKTHE KODAK SHOP Fur Goods '- xrk c \Jkl%J VGzs. qualities for evening and street wear Men's GlovesA very complete line, prices, pair, from &I.UU lO v*t,OU Lace Mit*A beautiful line, in white and black, for party and evening wear. Prices, per pair, from &I.OU lu 0i(/.(/(n/nJ// Pfif 1S/\(*T1 * ^ * /ri^ii grounds with neatfiguresand stupes. Monarch $1.00. Cluett $1.50, $2.00. Halt HmseBlack with white and colored figures and stripes, at $1.25, $1, 75c and 50c. oose ong. NeckwearSew Fall styles in Bat wings and Four-in-Hand9, from $2 to 50c. Suspenders Complete lines of the "Crown,** "Pioneer" and Guyot," from $1.25 to 25c - Night ShirtsOuting Flannel, various patterns, at $1.25, $1 and 75c. UnderwearAll weights, in Sterling and Munsing make also the Mattelutz Steam Shrunk, all price*. Tailor Made Suits Rough Rider SuitsAsk to see them. New Walking Suits, Smart and "taking," from .... stole effects Long Scarfs, A v * 07k? splendid values, from ^ T tO *p & Fur Coats, $37.50 to $300 Seal and otter garments made to order, in th choicest furs, satisfaction guaranteed. Lot 6150 Antiques including Tabriz, Belouchfs* tans, Irans, Feraghans, Sarabands, Khorassans, Herat Shiraz, Kurdistana, Mosuls, Camel's Hair, Yamoud, Kazaks, Prices from $35.00 to $75.00, QOI Cfk for this sale, each *p*ji.*J\J Lot 7This consists of Kermans, Tabriz, Kerman shahs, Saruks, Sennas, Irans, etc. Former prices $90, $95, $100, $110, $115 and tf O r f\f\ $125 each, to close at pOO.UU KblvaaBeautiful silkv antique pieces, prices from $55 to $75.00 each, to close at , We also have on sale from $7 $125 each, to close at a Of\ lal*gdiscount5otfojust e POUCH masses includingt At the line 2g0r M&l^M^^kk^L Kid Gloves The newest shades, ah CoImrtd C f nf% t / Our line just replenished. Mink Boas, Mink Scarfs, abou)25 The Pioneer Limited. rPHERE.is no train in service on anyrailwayin the world that equals in equipment the Pioneer limited Trains in dally service between the Twin Cities and Chi cago on "Tho Milwaukee Road." The Railway Company owns and operates the sleeping and dining earsonallitstrains,andgivestoits patrons an excellence of service not obtainable elsewhere. Tho buffet ears, compartment can, , standard sleeping cars and dining cars of "The Pioneer* an the handsomest ever built. . ,. . ^&,^^&MM?^^% ^A -n Dress Shirts White $20 to $50 c n C ranging in $47.50 more ranging in prices Per J*\J Cent ow tbl*W0et offyr,ag mm Prices - - ds.