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GREAT LOSS TO ART
111 the Death of Frithjof Smith-Hald
Last Wednesday in -- -
He Had Bone Much to Make
Frithjof Smith-Hald, the famous Nor
wegian artist died suddenly at his hotel
in Chicago ou Wednesday. He was threat
ened -with pneumonia and was under the
care of a physician, but his condition was
not deemed critical and his death was
quite unexpected. The remains wero
taken in charge by the consul. The de
ceased was in the best of health when he
left Minneapolis a month ago to give an
exhibit of his paintings in Chicago. Dur
ing the two months Mr. Smith-Hald spent
in the twin cities he impressed one as be
ing very robust and active for a man of
his age. His death will be greatly regret
ted, for as an artist he was in the meri
dian of his power.
Frithjof Smith-Hald was born at Chris
tianssand. Norway, about fifty -six years
ago. The Smith and Hald families' are
among the best in Norway. At the age
of 19. Smith-Hald began the study of
art in the Eckersberg studio in Dussel
dorf. Then he went to Professor Gude at
Carlsruhe only to return after a time to
Dusseldorf. His preliminary work was
oompleted at Paris where he achieved
fame as a painter of coast views. His
most famous (paintings represent scenes
along the coast of Norway and in Corn
The sea he knew in its every mood and
he. depicted these moods with striking
fidelity. Moonlight and sunlight effects
on the mountain tops were also most ef
fectively transferred to canvas by him.
All the more important art collections in
Kurope have one or more Smith-Hald
painting.?, but in America he was ishiefly
known through various reproductions of
his -works. It is said of him that he has
done as much aa any other one man to
make the picturesque parts of Norway
known to the world. During the past
thirty years while counted a Parisian he
traveled extensively. For several months
he has been touring the United States
with a collection of his works.
During the winter his family, consist
ing of a wife and five children, has been
living in Berlin, where he expected shortly
to join them.
turcsque Norway Familiar
to the World.
GERMAN'S FEAR MUSCOVITES
Will Attempt to Secure Friendship
It is believed that politics is involved in
the forthcoming visit of the kaiser to the
Danish court. The rapid Russiflcation of
Finland ha.s alarmed Germany, the states
m&n of which country believe the whole
Scandinavian peninsula is in danger from
Russian rapacity and that therefore peril
is beginning to overshadow Germany from
the north- These statesmen argue that
It is becoming abundantly clear, that Scan
dinavia must choose between Germany
and Great Britain for protection. The
kaiser ham shown his superior smartness
to John Bull by being first in the field for
the wooing of the 10,000,000 Scandinavians.
The aprpoaohing knitting together of the
Russian and Swedish railways has hast
eined the kaiser's pro-Danish policy.
Though the kaiser may establish him
self on a friendly footing in the Danish
court it is doubtful if the Danish people
will welcome any alliance with the Ger
mans as long as the Prussian officials con
tinue to illtreat and haress the Danes in
Schleswig, that either Norway or Sweden
will grant any concessions to Russia Is in
conceivable in view of the heartless and
brutal treatment accorded to their kins
folk the Finns during the past four years.
AMERICANS TOO SWIFT
They Anticipate Government Control
Swedish Copper Mines.
While the Swedish government has been
dreaming an American syndicate has pur
chased for 4,000,000 kronor (51,072,000) the
RJangeli copper mines, near Tornelake.
Thus has been begun a movement on the
part of foreign capitalists to absorb the
mineral wealth of Scandinavia, a con-v
summation Swedish statesmen are said to
have been straining every nerve to avert.
It is expeoted that the Sjangeli purchase
will hasten parliamentary agitation in
favor of taking over of all these proper
ties by the government.
It Is Pleasantly Celebrated at Johnson
Orpheus Singing society celebrated the
third anniversary of its organization at
the Johnson school of music last evening.
Over 100 people were present and enjoyed
thoroughly the various entertainment
The musical program consisted of songs
by Gustaf Adolf Sandberg, Mr. Bngberg.
of the Yon Yonson company, the ladles'
quartet of Augustana church, the Or
pheus society and a piano solo by J. Victor
Bergquist. Recitations were given by
Miss Emma Nilsson and Richard Rosen
gren. Refreshments were served by the
ladles of the club at the conclusion of the
PAULUS ON THE WAY
He Left Norway To-day for a Concert
Tour In America.
Olaf Paulus, the famous Norwegian
composer and organist, left Christian -
sand, Norway, to-day on the steamer Is
land, which is due in New York about
March 23. At a meeting of the Norse
men's Musical league at the "Windsor
hotel. St. Paul, last evening it was decided
to engage Mr. Paulus for, two concerts,
one in Minneapolis and one in St. Paul
The dates will be announced on Mr.
Paulus' arrival in the city. The large
male chorus which has been rehearshig
his magnificent composition "Vestanveir"
is making excellent progress and will give
it a worthy presentation on its first rendi
tion in Minneapolis.
Sweedlsh Republicans Meet.
More than 300 delegates attended the
ninth annual convention of the Swedish
American Republican league of Illinois
TO BE WITHOUT OUK.
TELEPHONE AT THE
RATES WE ARE NOW
Contract Department, Plain 4000.
at Princeton last Monday. The league
has shown itself stronger and more in
fluential than ever. The election of offi
cers resulted as follows: C. R. China -
blom, Chicago, president C. J. Johnson,
Aurora, vice president Oscar D. Olson,
Chicago, secretary August Nylander,
Rockford. treasurer. Fourteen county
vice presidents were also elected.
In the evening a John .Ericsson banquet
was held to celebrate the forty-first an
niversary of the naval engagement be
tween the Monitor and Merrimac at
Hampton Roads Dr. Carl A. Swehson" of
Undsborg, Kansas, was the principal
He Will Lecture Here on BJornateJerne
Thoralv Klavenaes, a noted - Norwegian
author and journalist who is traveling in
America on a government stipend, will
visit the twin cities in the coming fort
night. He will deliver a lecture next
Thursday evening at the Swedish Temple,
Norwegian Author and Journalist.
Seventh street and Tenth avenue S. The
subject will be Bjomstejerne Bjornson, of
whom Mr. Klavenaes is an ardent admirer
and with him he enjoys a close personal
friendship. Since passing through this
city a month ago Mr. Klavenaes has vis
ited the Pacific coast and western cities
and has gained quite a comprehensive
view of the United States.
The many friends of Richard Rosengren
will have an opportunity to enjoy his
art for the last time on Thursday, March
26. and Sunday, March 29, when the
Swedish Dramatic company will produce
the popular Swedish folk drama "Verm
laendingarne," at Dania hall. Mr. Rosen
gren is a favorite and his departure for
Sweden will be generally regretted. A
cart of forty people, including Miss Emma
Nillson in the leading feminine role, will
present the play, which includes many of
the beautiful songs and dances famous
in the old country. The production will
be a farewell and benefit to Mr. Rosen
Nelson Is Ousted.
"Washington, March 13.After an in
vestigation into charges that Victor E.
Nelson, United States consul at Bergen,
Norway, had applied to his own use part
of a sum of money sent to him to be
given to Norwegian relatives of seamen
killed in the Maine disaster, the state de
partment demanded Mr. Nelson's resigna
tion. The demand was made by cable
a week ago. No response haying been
received* the place was declared vacant,
arid Edwin S. Cunningham, United States
consul at Aden, was transferred to Ber
There arc 1.362 physicians entitled to
practice medicine in Sweden. Of these
the eldest is Dr. Hamburg-Smith, who,
however, has lived in America for fifty
years. He is 93 years of age. The young
est physicians are three newly created
M. D.'s who are each 26 years of age.
It would be quite impossible to complete
the Swedish medical course at an earlier
The Champion Skaters.
Wathen, the Finnish skatcer won the
600 metrPetersburn e race i the international
st - g making a
49 2-5 seconds! Schwartz of Cfiristiania
was second in 50, and Mannof, a Russian,
was third. In the 5,000 meter contest Kis
selef, a Russian, won in 10:08. Bonsnaes
of Norway was second and Schwartz was
A Dangerous Balloon.
"Svenske," the noted balloon whih has
had such an exciting career capped the
climax of its pranks on Feb. 15 by disap
pearing altogether. An ascent'was about
to be made by four people when a gust
of wind broke and away went the gas in
flated globe disappearing swiftly south
Unemployed in Gothenborg.
The society of unemployed in Gothen
borg has organized several demonstrations
"for work or bread." There were about
500 men In the parade on Feb. 12 which
started from Skanstorget and ended at
Heden, where an address was made by
A cream separator has been invented
by Hjalmar Nordqvist. a manufacturer of
Upsola. It is said to be very simple in
construction, easily cleaned and to do it's
work in a most thorough manner. It will
be manufactured in Upsola and is ex
pected to be in gTeat demand ere long.
Study In Polar Seas.
A Swedish scientific party will explore
Luetke land on Navoja Semlja next sum
mer. The leader will be Otto Ekstam,
who in addition to - being a botanist of
high rank has taken parties in several ex
peditions to the polar regions. .
Nearly'25O00 fish boats were waiting at
Svolvaer, Norway, on Feb. 22, waiting for
the appearance of the fish, but none have
been seen. A steam troller with 1,800
lines at a depth of 140 fathoms secured
twenty-nine cod. Similar discouraging
reports come from all-the fishing towns
along the coast
Stockholm, March 13.The famine.re
lief committee has received total sub
scriptions amounting: to about $258,000, of
which sum $85,000 was sent from America.
Mother of Famous Children.
Mrs. Gustava Leffler died recently at
Stockholm, Sweden, at the advanced age
of 85 years. She was the mother of four
distinguished children. Professors Mittag
Lieffler and Fritz I-effler, Engineer Arthur
L.effler and Anne Charlotte Leffler, a well
Consular Commission Agrees.
Late news from Scandinavia brings the
information that the members of the
Swedish-Norwegian commission to con
sider the matter of .separating the joint
consular service had come to a full agree
ment on all the points in controversy. Dr.
Sigurd Ibsen and -Dr. Lagerheim were
directed to draft the details.
A Rival of De Laval.
Still No Flh.
, The Relief . Fund.
Excursion to Mexico.
The Motzorongfo company will run a
througrh sleeping-car excursion to Mexico
via the Chicago Great Western railway' on
March 17, 1903. For full information apply
to the Motzurongo company,* 426 Andnis
" 40-in. Sheer Victoria Lawn, fine
perfect woven goods that sell in a
regular way at 20c. Special 12Jc
Our stock of Fancy Waistings is
now complete, including the much
wanted basket weaves, and all the
other popular fabrics. Now is the
time to get the choice designs.
36 and 40-in. Swisses in stripes
and lappet effects, values 10c and
12#c choice, 7j yard.
Last day of India Linen Sale at
the following special prices:
12J^c quality for. .. 8^ C
10c quality for 6^c
15c quality for . 10&C
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, stain
less kind, knit without seams and
with spliced heels and toes, thrte
pairs for the Usual price of two,
that is, 3 pairs for 25c.
A 25-cent quality of Ladies' Black
Lace Lisle Hose, with extra spliced
heels and toes, 3 pairs, 50c pair,
Misses' Black Lisle Hose, 1-1 rib
bed, with double knees, heels and
toes these go on sale 4 A 1 -^
Saturday at...... I &2G
Boys' Black Cotton Hose, extra
heavy, 2-1 ribbed sizes 6 to 10 a
splendid 18c value. 4Cft1%
pair . ... . I A2v
Men's Lisle-finished Half Hose,
in "all mode shades," Jf|1
at half price, pair Ifc2v
18c and 29c Handkerchiefs at 1214c
Ladies' Uniaundered Handker
chiefs, Belfast linen, with em
broidered corners or convent
15c, 18c and 25c Handkerchiefs at
9c, 12^c and 18c.i?
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, hem
stitched Belfast linen, three
19c Handkerchiefs at 12Jc.
Men's Uniaundered Handker
chiefs, Belfast linen, with
15c, 18c and 25c Handkerchiefs at
9c, 12&c and 18c.
Men's Hemstitched Handker
chiefs, Belfast linen, with
hems of all widths.
The Curtain Department Housefurnisning s
This department is a dozm to fifteen years old and is grow-
ing just like a boy of the same age. Our age may not interest
you, but the size dots, for the bigger we get, the more good we
can do you. This is a good thing to think of, but today we
would rather talk about Lace Curtains. t
In the preqent sale there 'are
Scotch Net Qurtalns tn~the" fine^
designs made, yet the prices at
those of cheap curtains:
Worth 75c pair, at 49c
Worth $1.00 pair, at 75o
Worth $2.00 pair, at...... .$1.29
Worth $2.50 -pair, at........ 1.7 9
Worth $3.00 pair, at........ 2.29
Worth $4.00 pair, at........ 2.98
Of the high grade Imported Cur
tains wo have Arabian, Irish Point
and Brussels Curtains at this low
scale of prices:
Curtains worth $4.50 a pair $2.98
Curtains worth $5.50 a pair 3.98
Curtains worth $6.50 a pair 4.98
Curtains worth $7.50 a pair 5.98
Curtains worth $8.50 a pair 6.98
Curtains worth $10 a pair 7.98
For the present we will make and
hang free of charge, all lace cur
tains of the value of $3 or more.
Children's Drawers, made of good
muslin with cluster tucking and
deep hem, small sizes, 1 to
4 years, pair
Children's Muslin Drawers, fin
ished with cluster tucking and edge
of embroidery, sizes! to O^d*
7 years Saturday MUV
This Cambric Skirt is extra good value it has a deep umbrella flounce
of lawn, made with three rows of cluster tucking and two rows of wide lace
insertion, finished with a tucked lawn ruffle, edged with wide Rtffe
lace also a dust ruffle and underpiece, a $1.75 skirt on sale at Olr
Here are three linfes of kid gloves that we are proud to show
you. There is all the value in .thern that can be squeezed into
thetnat.the price. They are gloves that our patrons cpuld buy
with their eyes shut if it weren't for their desire to see the colors.
And by tke way, all the spring colors are to be found among them.
Ladies' Kid Gloves,
2-clasp, latest embroid
ered backs, overseam
stitched, for dress or
street, fitted and guar-
Figured Silkoline Comforters,
made with plain lining and filled
with white cotton of fine quality
they are two yards f A||
square, each - "."
Children's underwaists, some in
knitwear, others made of white
satin, in two to 12-year Itflf*
Ladies' Mocha Gloves,
1-clasp wrist, pique
stitched, very stylish
and durable, come in
brown, grays, mode
and black \ O R
pair... .... I mm*O
Towel Salo-- Day.
It seems we had a little difficulty waiting on all who came Thursday. Needless to say, we didn't do it
on purpose. We'll try not to let it happen again 'on the last daySaturday. But from your point of view,
is it wise to let this sale close without seizing the opportunity to settle this towel question for a whole
twelve-months? See what you can get! -
One big lot of 12 and 15c Tow
els will he bunched at 8 t-3c, includ
ing: 18x36 Bleached and Un
bleached Turkish 17x34 All-linen
Damask 19x38 ^Bleached Huck,
fringed and hemmed. ' A1
A All these at...... 03@
15c Birdseye Huck, hem
med and fringed, 23x45
Fifty dozen Linen Huck A**
Towels, 18x36 good 15c kind
18c Bleached Linen
Huck, 19x38. Each
22J^c Hemmed Linen
Huck, 21x41 . |..:..
Mats to Wear Right AwayBraid and Chiffon Hats, in black and various colors, trimmed with
the materials that are going to be in vogue this seasonribbons, berries, foliages, etc. A foretaste of
the millinery feast that is to come, for the speeial benefit of those who for any reason cannot wait.
Each hat, $4, $ 5 and $6-
An exclusive'showing of Ready-to-Wear Hats in all the new shades and combinations, is another
feature for Saturday. We think it is the best to be found hereabouts.:*-
Our formal opening will occur next week. Be on the watch for further annoncements.
Curtain Rod^theejcteusion kind,
good enough ^na^^ong enough
for any lace curtainf^. - , . f%*v
each ...... ,wO
Beginning at $1.19 a pair, you
may climb the scale of prices up to
the fine French Velours at $29.
That makes along ladder and every
round is full of interest.
$5 Tapestry Draperies at $3.75
a pair. $5 values at $2.98 a pair.
$3 values at $2.29 a pair.
New Taffetas, Art Muslins, Silk
olines and Denims four large cases
now opened, 12&C, 18c and 25c
Window Shadestake this item
in carefullyof hand-made
oil opaque, ready to hane ..
Curtain Poles, 4 to 6 feet
Ladies' Cambric. Drawers, um
brella style, with deep tucked lawn
flounce, with lace inser- OKA
tion and lace edge. ... CawO
Cambric Skirts with
flounce in umbrella style,
tucked, with lace inser
tion and lace edge.....
A very special vafue in Hose
Supporters-the "Improved Ketch
on" style, made with button fast-'
ener, safety pin and rubber-covered
post, sizes for ladies, misses
and children, all at.. - m \M
Safety Pins, nickel plated, open
on both sides, all sizes, per O ^
dozen...... ...... .......... Oil.
Men's Fine Dogskin
Gloves, 1-clasp wrist,
pique stitched, in the
nswe^t of colors, fine
quality, fitted and
guaranteed A A A
The New Tailored Suits,
Come and see the suits .we advertise today.
First get the general effect then note the little
touches of smartness, the careful man-tailoring,
the. fit and finish. Then you will understand
why we are so proud of, them. - -
Cheviot Suits, like the eut, made
with long peplum, collar in stole ef
fect, trimmed with taffeta in a smart
little vest effect' skirt with lap
seams, full flare. A suit that you
cannot duplicate at $25, ti^Olft
here at &*%*
Finer suits up to $75.
21c fine Birdseye Huck, hemmed
and hemstitched, ||I2
29c Heavy Double Linen |A
Huck, 21x41.. If(9
29c Heavy Linen Huck, hemmed
and hemstitched, A 4
20x42 ...- ...... fc 1 U
Hemstitched Linen Huck, 23x45,
others of fine Satin Dam- Off 4*
asks 40c and 50c values...- 49J
75c and 85c fine Birdseye Linen
Huck, with woven damask
Turkish Towels, Bleached and
Unbleached 19c and 22 4 A1
kinds, all at I ^21#
Brooms, 3 and 4 string,
worth to 29c, at 0% A
15c and kX3%*
big 2,000 sheet
rolls, the 15c ones
Toilet Paper800 sheet
packages, usually four
for a quarter. AE?
Saturday 8 for fctfl/
Bread and Cake Boxes, decorated
59c size 49c I 85c size 60o
75c size 59c I 98c size 75c
Flour Barrels, decorated and
25-pound, 85csize.. 65c
50-pound, 98c size 75c
100-pound, $1.25 s\ze :98c
Mops'made of heavy
cotton, worth 45c,'
Sticks, two 15c
styles, at 8c.
Cans of heavy galvan
ized iron, worth up to
65 c, 89 and 95c
Newport Squares, 15c a pound.
. Bittersweets, 30c a pound.
Toasted Waffles, 15c a pound.
Chocolate Creams, 10c a pound.
Assorted Bonbon's, 7 c a pound.
42x36 Pillow Cases, each..... 8Jc
45x86 Pillow Cases, each 9Jc
42x36 Fine Pillow Cases, each. 11 c
45x36 Fine Pillow Cases, ea.. 12&c
45x36. Double Hemstitched
Cases, each 17$o
63x90 Fine Sheets, each .. 44c
72x90 Fine Sheets, each 49c
81x90 Fine Sheets, each .52&c
81x90 Double Hemstitched .
Sheets, each .,. 6 7 ^ c
Our shirts for full dress are
ready to wear when you buy
'em the only shirts we know of that
are they fit. - '- }'-,- - . ,
Cluett: Shirts, $1/56up'.'-
," Monarch Shirts, & 1.00 V '" -.
Cluett,* Peabody & Co.
Sheets, Pillow Cases. -
1 2-rJt., 55e *sifl\v45'C
Baths, 55c kind.39c
ri --[*-'A , J.V15J VBX* 1 -
Eton Blouse Suits, in all the new
fancy mixtures, with cape collars
some trimmed with satin, others
with braid and fancy buttons, gore
and side plaited skirts. Handsomer
suits cannot be found at the priced,
$22.50 and $25.
. - AH Winter Coats at Half Pric.
10-qt., 35c size...25o
12-qt, 45c size.. .35c
unrustable. , j
10-qt., 45c sizev
Hemmed and Fringed Turkish
Towels, heavy double thread, 22x
52, usually 25c and 30c, 4 Q
Basement TowelsFull bleached,
washed, soft finish, 14x28, 0%
to go at.* ..OU
Bleached Huck, 17x34,
good 9c value each
'".-: Glass. Toweling, 18-inch, in red
and blue checks, regular 8c grade,
no more than ten yards to 4|3
each patron, at Q4v
\^v.. '.. '.
now at HPOO
sale Saturday at OCftJ
Black French Voiles, "44 to 50
inches wide, graded from the finest
thread to the heavy cord, best black,
these will be a special feature Sat
Two timely questions answered: "Where shall I get
for my new dress?" Any cloth you want can be got
your tastes humble or ambitious. "Where ean I save
money ? " It is a matter of daily proof that dress goods are sold
in thia ity at much higher prices than ours. - ^ an
"oc^a^orTwhen we have beeii undersold. A few hints for Saturday.
Black Pebble Cloths, 'Granites,
Hopsackings, Lattice Cloth and
Crinkled Crepe, all-wool cloths, 38
to 44 inches wide some of them
sold at $1.25 a yard, all lO.
Black French Crepe, the newest
of the popular fabrics, 44 inches
wide, hard to get enough of it the
dollar kind will be on QP
Down Stairs you will find, among
other things, the best /.*#
Indigo Blue, at *,2ti
Apron GinghamsFew that are
as good as these and fewer K *%
still that are betterat.. O u
Your first chance to see a lot of
new Figured Batiste and f A n
dimities yard cJlfO
Good Time at Ribbon Counter
Here's the cause: A long line of Black Velvet Ribbons, all
silk, with satin back, extra good quality, reduced from our regu-
lar prices for one day.
ltt IX 3 S 5 T 9 13 18 22
7c 8c 10c 12Jc 15c 20c 25c 30c 39c 45c
52 6&c 7&c 9o 11c 15c 19c 22c 29c 32c
Bibbon, extra qual- I All Silk Taffeta Ribbon, In all the
cream, black and 20 j spring colors, besides the hard-to
No. 60 will be at I get whites and blacks. No. 40, 11c
itv, in white,
new spring tints 5c
the low price of 19c.
Fancy Bows for the hair or dress, Our latest importations
will be shown Saturday. Besides, we will make all kinds of bows
to order. Our facilities for this kind of work are absolutely
exclusive. Prices run from 25c to $3.00.
Correspondence paper will be very
cheap Saturday sale at the regular
department, in the basement.
The National Bond, paper of fine
quality, in blue and cream, sold
generally at 25c a pound 4JRA
Saturday, pound luv
Envelopes to match, package 8c.
Initial Paper of good quality,
hand stamped, at half its 4I Of*
regular 35c value box lOv
Box Papers of different styles,
worth up to 25o a box Q A
allat.. O C
Cures Colds in the.
THE QUICK CIEMN CURE
For Cold io the Head or on the Lungs,
Bronchitis, Sore Throat or Quinsy.
y At druggists, 26c and 60c %
Goodrich & Jennings, Anoka, Mfnn.' t
Perhaps you still hesitate to put
on lighter undergarment.s and may
be you're right but there can be no
hesitation about buying them when
they are as cheap as they are at this
Men's jShirts and Drawers of med
ium weight, shirts made with satin
front and pearl buttons, drawers to
match a 50o line offered Oife
now at ....OmPw
Ladies' Vests, high-necked, with
long or short sleeves, pants of knee
length to match a25c |Q
value at I F(J
Ladies' White Combination Suits,
low neck, no sleeves, knee length,
made in wide umbrella style,
trimmed with lace 39c would be
a fair price, but they will AC
Shirts, Ties, Etc.
Men's Soft Shirts. It is the ex
ception when so much of worth
and service goes into a fifty-cent
shirt as you will find in these. They
are made of madras and percale in
the best of the coming styles they
are well made and extra large, two
turn-down collars come - with each
shirt as values go we should get
69c for them, but our price ET A A
Soft Golf Shirts. Saturday you
will get our new 75c ones for 16
cents less than the every-day price.
We mean those that are* made of
madras and come with a pair of
separate cuffs. Satur
50o Suspenders down to 39c
Crown, North Star, Guyot and
President. All these half- aQ
dollar lines Saturday at... 05Pl#
All the new 50c Neckties are
here. Come and see what a stock
one must carry to say that.
Gol d Eyeglasses
A pair of 10K Gold Pilled Eye
glasses, the rimless kind finished,
like the cut, ^ 9 ** A
These lenses will be ground to
order after a careful examination
of the eyes. Meanwhile, ask for
one of our "Magic Eyeglass Clean-
ers." . * r'
ColorsDanish Cloth is another
hard one to keep in stock, cream
and all colors.
Brilliantines in creams and col
ors, in metal prints and polka,
dots, the very newest material for
waists, 38 inches wide,
Jamestown Dress Goods. These
sell readily on their name, and'
their name was earned, in the only
true wayby unvarying excellence.
We have every line turned out from
this famous mill, including the
very latest weaves. 50c to $1.00
flain Floor Three new lots of
pretty Cotton Suitings in all the
styles and all the colors, yard 19c
25c and 29c.
Fancy Grenadines and Striped
Linen Batiste, twenty styles of
50c cloths on sale Q71A
at... 4 S /2O
Silk Mulls in dots, plains and
fancy stripes, all kinds, some worth
as high as 65c a yard, to AQ
be had now at &%9%3
I a yard No. 60, 14c a yard.
Corsets at Half
They are regular 75c and $1,00
corsets, manufacturer's samples of
the most up-to-date styles, straight
front, habit hip made of drab or
white coutil or batiste,
sizes 19, 20 and 21. Now
Saturday there will be on sale a
lot of short lengths of white l)omet
Flannel. 5 to 10 yards in eacn piece.
a regular 6c cleth you can find
them in the basement at, per Jg
Are You Bilious.?
It interferes with work, pleasure
and happinesseverybody is so at
times in many cases it makes life a
burdenthe fault is with the stomach,
liver and kidneys. An occasional
dose of pills will remove the evil if.
you take 'C
fib SoldEverywhere. In boxes lOe. and25c. )'