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CITYsNEWS.
TALKEDOFS.S.WORK
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Annual Conference of Missionaries
' and Officers of A. S. S. TJ. Labor-
- . ing in Minnesota.
Topics of Vital Importance in Work
1 _ Reviewed by Men in
"iiLu ' Field.
The annual conference of the mission
aries and officers of the American Sun
day School union now laboring in Min
nesota met Tuesday and Wednesday at
the St. James hotel in this city. Thirteen
missionaries were present beside the state
missionary, F. A. Bartlett, of this city,
and District Superintendent F. G. En
sign of Chicago, Seventeen years ago the
first district conference of the northwest
ern district, including nine states, was
held here, and the entire force of mission
aries in the whole district was equal to
Just the present number In Minnesota,
while the present force in the district
is 150.
After a very helpful devotional meeting
Tuesday, led by V. M. McCoombs, J. O.
Ferris of Bralnerd opened the discussion
of "How to Organize a Sunday School."
suggesting how best to And the needy
places, how to gather the children and
others into a Sunday school, how to find
material for manning the work, how to
organize the school and how to inspire the
people for the work. C. M. Williams next
read an excellent paper on "Home Vis
itation." He showed how missionaries
should be pastors to the countless pas
torless homes, and related some remark
able results of visits in neglected homes.
Mr. Sullivan of Winona showed how im
portant were gospel meetings for opening
the way, arousing Interest, and providing
material for Sunday school work In many
most needy districts. He reported fifty
five conversions in one such meeting.
Others reported similar remarkable re
sults.
In the afternoon B. L. Webber led the
discussion of the topic "How to Make
Our Sunday Schools Permanent," Pray
erful and careful preparation and -work
In organising, and constant watch and
care by the organizer or by any minister
and use of revival meetings were sug
gested. It was shown, however, that
some Sunday schools which continue only
a short time accomplish great results, as
for example the conversion of world-re
nowned preachers. Rev. George R. G.
Fisher of Northfleld showed how home
department work might be organized to
provide Bible teaching for districts where
it is imposible to open a regular Sun
day school. J. E. Robinson of Fairmont
gave excellent illustrations of how to use
blackboard object lessons. This was fol
lowed by interesting experiences and in
cidents related by each missionary In
turn, and this by some very helpful sug
gestions to the men by State Mission
ary Bartlett and Superintendent Ensign,
who have won the hearts of the mission
aries and the confidence of so many in
fluential. Christian business men.
In the evening a delightful banquet was
presided over by D. C. Bell. At his call
Superintendent Ensign briefly stated the
character of the American Sunday School
union and Its object to provide Bible
school privileges for every destitute com
munity that is not reached by any church
agency, and to put the results of the
work into the hands of the churches best
prepared to care for them. Several prom
inent pastors and business men and others
were present at this session.
BIRTHS.
JordanMr. and Mrs. A. O." '1202 "Harmon
place, boy.
BergMr. and Mm. Lanard, 2638 Bu t Twen
ty-second Btreet. girl.
DavyMr. and Mrs. T. F., 3205 Clinton ave
nue, girl.
White--Mr. and Mr. S. M., 61T Fourteenth
avenue SE, girl.
VesterbyMr. and Mm. Martin, 910 Trrentl
eth avenue 8, boy.
MerchantMr. and Mm. Frank J)., 8X21 Irv
ing avenue S, boy.
McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Frank, 819 Third
avenue N, boy.
S^hellerMr. and Mrs. A., 2703 Eighth, street
S, boy.
AndrusMr. and Mrs. Charles, 8416 Oakland av,
boy.
BJaibnrfMr. and Mm. Charles, ST36 Clinton
av, girl.
AndersonMr. and Mrs. Gust J., 818 Main street
NB, girl.
VoelkerMr. and Mrs. Adam, 627 Sixth street S,
boy.
AndersonMr. and Mrs. Simon, 1324 Central,
girl.
MacCuneMr. and Mrs. John G., 18 Twelfth
street S, boy.
DEATHS.
HargreavesEllen, 148 Idnden avenue.
DraperGeorge Adams, 8026 Aldrlch avenue.
HeathHoy W., 003 Hennepin.
KnightAustin. Soldiers' Home hospital.
DahlquistArthur B., 1533 Twentysecond street.
ClausenHarry, 2401 Twenty-sixth avenue S.
ArnesonJoseph C. 2208 Riverside.
RandallGeorge W., M. 3c St. L. stock yards.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Burr 8. Potter and Edyth L. ,Morey.
James F. Wallace and Jessie L. Walker.
Francis Allen and Ttllle. Rebaschus.
'Harry F. Kennedy and Isabelle Malmsted.
Fred J. Wallow and Emma Schmldle.
Robert Flick and Emma Zimmerman.
Harry Arkofsky and Anna Fagnart.
Harry W. Bertram and Bessie L. Gordon.
Willam B. Franklin and Pearl Caldwell.
Paul R. Robb and Maude K. Orth.
Orson A. Braman and Clara D. Neuman.
Conrad A. Mellss and Josephine Borgeois.
/ William J. La Vigne and Sellna Moren.
Harry J. Mich and Jenn Temple.
Royal A. Countryman and Mary B. Reynolds.
Charl B. Halluin and Jennie C. Dahl.
Ernest W Merrill and Gertrude A. Tattle.
Ernest E'ahn and Ella Atherton.
Ralph W. Fawcett and Leila S. Griffin.
John Coakley and Mary McMorronl Duffy.
Peter J. Boqerding and Mary Burgtorf.
James T. Freeman and Katie Welseler.
Max S. Hlrshfleld and Edith R. Avenson.
Mosss Norman and Bessie H. Garber. .
Joseph C. Carter and Grace E. Smith.
William Fowler and Nellie M. Jones.
Harold H. Keelcr and Katberlne E. Brooke.,
Wendell O. Hawkins and Ethel Doris Austin.
Fred D. Moore and Mary Rennla De Mafals.
Thoiwald Knudson and Marie Lee.
Henry Trump and Katie Klace.
Andrew A. Roelke and Sophie A. Mahler.
Dennis O'Brien and Mina Gardner.
Carl J. Brede and Julia O. Abraham.
William E. DeLay and Lettie Anette Johnson.
Le Roy C. Hall and Estella Young. ,
Erland Anderson and Elln Erlckson:
Low Rates to Boston and Return In June
and July
Via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
Ry. Tickets will be sold June 25th. 26th
and 27th, extreme return limit August 1st,
and on July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th, ex
treme return limit September 1st. Stop
overs allowed at Niagara Falls and Chau
tauqua also at New York on tickets via
that route. Full information, with rates
via variable routes, will be promptly fur
nished on application to W. B. Hutter,
N. W. P. A., St. Paul, or to C. P. Daly,
Chief A. G. P. A., Chicago.
, _ " {
The ' ' * " ,' -
Baltimore & Ohio - railroad , -
Offers very low . - ,
Round trip rates -, - .- ... y
Prom Chicago to"
Boston, June 25, 26 and 27, -
Accbunt meeting First
Church of Christ Scientists, *-/ '
And July 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, ?: '.
Acoount National Educational
Association.
Chicago to Baltimore, Md.,
June 18 and 19, account National
Meeting Grand Lodge, B. P. O. Elks. i
Ticket office 244 Clark street, Chicago. -
B. N. Austin, G. P. A., Chicago.
Robert C. Haase, N. W. T. P. A., St. Paul,
Minn.
'$' Druggists, Attentioni , V^-,
' - I"i The North-Western Line is the official
$- route to the State Pharmaceutical Con
I invention at New Ulm. Round trip only
f* ' *'& $2 86 Tickets on sale June 16 and 17. CJty
U (\ ^ t ticket office, 6t ^Nicollet aventi*. 'Either,
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Never have we had more generous response to our advertising than today, our store being crowded from the open-
ing hour with enthusiastic purchasers. We appreciate this confidence and will make every effort to maintain it.
Please note that this is a three day affair and the generous bargains offered are still to be had. These remnant
sales are given only twice a year.but when commenced,theyare of the genuine sort. Come Friday and see for yourself.
morrow
REMNANTS . REMNANTS .
RY/irlf T*."\4\#lc
VOILESPlain and fancy,
niSTRALS, WIRE CLOTHS,
CREPE DE CHINES, CHEVIOTS,
CREPE DE PARIS, SERGES.
CREPE DE A1QLON, PRUNELLAS,
Linens.
Remnants Table Linens,' Fancy White Goods, Cotton
Cloths, Odd Cloths and Odd Napkins.
Laces & Embroideries.
Remnants in Valenciennes, Torchons, Real and Imitation
Cluny, Galloons, In black, white and cream.
Venlse All-Overs, in cream, white and black.
EflBROIDERIESAll qualities and in desirable lengths.
atdds.and.?
Underwear.
Lace trimmed Lisle Vests, former prices 35c, for this |g_
sale
Lisle Vests, crochet trimming, about 40 dozen, for- -i j
mer price 25c, for this sale , 1 O C
Men's Neckwear.
About 25 dozen Batwings, Butterflies and Flowing *\ m*
End Four-in-Hands, former prices 50c and 75c, to P J% C\
close ,
Ladies9
Lot, 3Ladies* Suits
Fifteen only, one of a kind, broken sizes, / mm W\
good cloth and shades. During Remnant Sale ^ J
your choice .".... ^
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Lot4 Ladies'Tailor=Made Suits
.'-y.-rJw-'
^About 25, all good styles, one of a kind, /
broken sizes, black, navy and fancy cloths. ^
During Remnant Sale your choice .c
"v"'
?About
AND CONTINUING ON SA TURD A Y
Silks.
BLACKSPeau de Sole, Louislne,
Peau de Cygne, Chiaa,
Habutai, Japan,
Louislnes Progress, , Satin Duchess,
Aririures, ' Etc., Etc.
COLOREDTaffetas, Peau de Cygne,
Crystal Cords, Chinas.
Bengalines.
SHEPARD CHECKS, in Louislnes and Taffetas,
FOULARDS AND NOVELTY SILKS, in plaids, stripes and
brocades.
CORDED WASH SILKS, In waist andndress lengths.
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Some Remnan t Sale Specials.
Hosiery.
Ladies' hose, about 400 dozen, all black or with g tm
white soles regular 25c quality, during remnant I C
sale
\
Summer Neckwear.
Stocks and other good styles popula colors for- ^ m
mer prices 50c, 75c and $1.00 t - J^ZSC.
price
Corsetsds'.b^!n8.te.e.s:.,,.remnanr .
Remnant, Sale Prices
Handkerchiefs.
All linen, hand-embroidered initial handkerchiefs, CA**
half-dozen ,f ..*.r. OUC
Fancy Goods. ... .
Ii^ttat.^
25, all good styles, one of a kind, /| g g\ g\ / v
v broken sizes , black y navy and fancy cloths . ^H \jm VFVr
* *% TO BE CHARGED FOR AT DOST.
ALL FITTING AMD CHAHQIHQ MADE IN THESE GARMENTS
Colored Dress Goods
dres
s
GRENADINES,
MOHAIRS,
GRANITES,
BROADCLOTHS.
Mohairs, Voiles, .
Etamines,'
Mistrals,
Sicilians,
lengths , such
popular weaves as
*m
*^ ^f
d Remnan t Sal e Price s
Suits, Jackets, Waists, Etc.
Lot 2Ladies' Suites
1 Ten only, odds and ends, broken, sizes, one of
a kind. Your choice for...,...,
Twine Cloths,
Granites,
Serges, Tweeds,
Melanges,
Wool Crashes In dress, skirt and waist lengths.
Linings
SHesias,
Percalines,
WASH GOOD. S
WfTNo Wo Salo This YoarS
Our Wash*Goods will be closed out in this Remnant Sale,
We have about 15,000 yards.
' Ginghams, Dimities, * Madras Cloths,
Percales,, , Tissues, - * Oxford Cheviots,
Batistes, . Heavo Cotton ..Suitings,
in all the latest weaves in lengths running from 2 to 12
yards. Each piece will be marked in pjain figures, and at
less than one-half the regular prices.
Flannels
A large7
top iniOuting and other qualities.
Ribbons
A good assortment, all lengths and widths, and a large va-
riety of colors.
Men's Night Shirts.
* *^^
50 dozen good quality muslin, embroidery
trimmed, former price 75c, for remnant
sale
Muslin Wear.
A fine line, best of muslin and cambrics, dainty trimming
and embroidery, and the following low prices during our
remnant sale.
Gowns
$1.00 Gowns 85c
$1.25 Gowns ...*..... $1.00
$1.50 Gowns $1.10
$2.00 Gowns $1.40
$3.00 Gowns $2.20
$4.50 Gowns $3.50
$5.00 Gowns $3.75
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Drawers.
50c Drawers 45c
75c Drawers 60c
$1.00 Drawers 85c
$1.50 Drawers $1.15
$1.75 Drawers $1.20
$2.25 Drawers $1.65
$3.00 Drawers $2-25
Spring Jackets
Our entire^ line ladies' and misses' sizes, in 1 / |\p.
cheviots, voiles, broadcloths and coverts, former *Z*% llT
prices $10, $15, $20 and upward, all at.. * / JSi
% ^ ^J
Ladies' Shirt Waists
* - - - , , \ , ^ -
About 25 dozen white waists, also white with black figures,
in vestings, good assortment of sizes and styles, - \
former prices $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $5 and $6.50, *f*y \)J\
to close - '- - r ^m * ,
Dress Skirts^i^^:r
About 50, walking and house lengths, silk drops and with-
"' out lining, all good styles, one of a kind and size, in voiles,
homespuns, cheviots, etc.. former price *y *y* jT Ag
$16, $20 and upward, during remnant J*3 / \ UII
,li- -/- *f!
Second! Day
, Cheviots,
Suitings,
Cashmeres,
Challis,
Homespuns,
Moreens,'
flercerized Sateens
Skirts.
$1.00 Skirts 85c
$1.35 Skirts 90c
$1.50 Skirts $1.20
$2.00 Skirts $1.40
$2.50 Skirts . " $1.85
$3.00 Skirts $2.25
$4.00 Skirts $2.75
$5.50 Skirts $4.00
Corset* Covers.
50c Covers 45c
75c Covers 60c
$1.00 Covers 85c
$1.25 Covers $1.00
$1.50 Covers $L15
$1.75 Covers $1.20
$2.50 Covers..... $1.85
$3.00 Covers $2.15
Chemises.
$1.00 Chemise '. 75c
$1.35 Chemise $1.00
$1.50 Chemise $1.10
Ladies9
$1.75 Chemise. '.. .$1.20
$2.25 Chemise $1.60
$3.00 Chemise $2.20
Tailored Suits
About 250 to select from, full line of sizes, black, navy,
brown and mixtures, silk drops and skirts without lining, all
jackets are silk lined, former prices $25, g \f\f \Z
$27.50, $30 and upward, during remnant /)IIUh till
sale your choice at /V#
$5.00
i%^**&$
Drapery Department
COLORED MUSLIN
Former
- -. , price.
1500 yards 16c
900 yards 20c
300 yards 35c
350 yards 40c
750 yards 65-55-50c .
TICKINGS- - 1200yards 30c
CRRTONNES-
500 yards 15c
300 yards 25c
Madras ClothOur entire stock.
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25, %
Beautiful Tapestries50 pieces, forme prices 50c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, f JL
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50 to $6.00
Tapestry Portieres200 pairs, f rim
signs. These portieres sold from $2.75
To-cose : :::
Couch Covers100 covers, 50 to 60 inches wide, oriental de- " t\Ctf
signs, former prices from $2.00 to $12.00 each.._ J&XJyQ
Table Covers Our entire line, 1J and 2 yards square to
close at
Rope PortieresOur entire stock, '
at Lace Curtains, 3.00 0 pairs , chiding
f r' 1 " * *-. e-
t r- Arabian Dentelle, ' Novelty Irish PointsV
Brussels Net,J
Scotch Nets, Clunys, Ruffled Curtains.
This list by no means represents all the curtains we have
on sale, but are simply samples of the reduction prices. *
$1.75 curtains will be $1.40
$2.25 curtains will be $1.80
$2.50 curtains will be $2.00
$3.00 curtains will be $2.40
$5.00 curtains will be $4.00
$7.50 curtains will be $6.00
$10.00 curtains will be $8.00
$12.00 curtains will be $9.60
$15.00 curtains will be $12.00
$16.50 curtains will be $13.20 50c
On thefirstflooryou willfindplenty of remnants of
Muslins, Cretonnes, Denims, Tickings,
Tapestries, Silks, Silkolines,- Burlaps.
Madras Cloths, Laces,
During this sale we will place on sale our entire stock of
Oriental Rugs, including carpet and small sizes.
Kind Size
Rampore 8x8
Rampore. .10-10x8-7
Rampore. Rampore.. Rampore.. Savalan.....12-0x8-8 Savalan ...
Savalan Savalan Savalan Sultanabad..11-8x9-8
Sultanabad..12-1x8-8 Oushak 11-9x9-5
All our small rugs we have divided in eight lots as follows:
LOT 1Antique Bokharas, rich and silky, which have been selling
at $4.50 and $5.00. Sale price
LOT 2Same as above, only larger sizes have been selling at
from $7.50 to 10.00
LOT 3Includes Kazaks, Karabaghs, Ganjes and Mosouls, which
have been selling at $10.00. Sale price
LOT 4This is a fine lot of Kazaks, which have been selling at
$12.00. Sale price
LOT 5Anatolians, Kazaks, Persians! Mosouls, Shirvans,which d f -J j*/\
have been selling from $15.00 to 20.00. Sale price * 1 O * OXJ
LOT 6Bokharas, Beloochistans, Shirvans,. Mosouls, Persians,
etc., which have been selling from $22.50 to $30.00. Sale price
LOT 7Irans, Sarabends, Shiraz,lot Antique, Bokharas, Kurdistans, Silky Mosules,
~ " nd
Khorasans , etc . This is a choice and have been selling from C * Q CA-:
$35.00 to $47.50. Sal e price
LOT 8Includes a very fine lot of Kermanshahs, which have Crre A A ^
sold from $85.00 to $115.00. Sale price ., , ^/U.UU^
KH1VAS.
less discount of. 2 0 pCF CCflt
HALL RUNNERS will also be sold at 20 per cent discount
You may have your choice at regular prices
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CRETONNES
price.
Uc
14c
21c
25c 40c 20c
Uc
13c
former prices 50c, 60c, 75c, 85c, | /
.00.
e d top andp beautiful Oriental de-
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RugsCords,wPillo
Regular
Price
$80.00
$127.00 $116.00 $137.00 $107.00
$115.00 $135.00 $160.00 $130.00 $210.00
$140.00
$130.00 $185.00
Sale
Price
$64.00
$100.00
$92.80
$109.60
$85.60 $92.00
$108.00 $128.00 $104.00 $168.00
$112.00
$104.00
11-4x8-2
.12-2x9-0 .10-2x8-0
. .10-9x8-7
.. .11-8x9-7
..11-8x8-10 ..18-9x10-6
~ DOMESTIC RUGS.Imperial Smymas.
, i'- "^ J ' Regular Sale
Size. -V!'**" * Price. - Price.
6x9
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$18.0 0 , "/ $15.0 0
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.7-6x10-6 '"' "- $28.00 :- - - $23.50
All smalt sires at 20 per cent discount.
r V ' v MATTINGS.
-During this sale, we place on sale our entire stock of China and
Japan Mattings. - / They will be sold only in 20-yard and 40-yard
'lengths at the following ct prices: .*- /.t. , , ~?\
"Sale
"" - T"1-
$- '" ' " " ^VtPrice
' j 320"yards*regular 20c mattingsi.... 12c
!560 yards regular 25c mattings 15c
'' '680 yards regular 80c mattings 20c
"^ *''&&!*#? Regular
Price.
ALGERIAN PORCH RUGS.
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.^JsA^C i
M26x12
.'W4X7
.6x8
M
Former
price.
275 yards 40c
225 yards 50c
220 yards 60c
150 yards 75c
190 yards 90c
125 yards $1.00
WHITE MUSLINS-
1250yards.. 15c
1050 yards 35c
900 yards 60c
500 yards 75c
Sale
Hi
Sale
25c
30c 40c 50c
60c 65c
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25c
40c 60c
Off
KA *
74 Off
abottom,
16 :
60 :20%
76 ..
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Real Arabians,
20.00 curtains will be $ 16.00
122.00 curtains will be $17.60
Per Pair
$25.0 0 curtains will be $20.0 0
$27.50 curtains will be $22.00
$30.00 curtains will be $24.00
$32.50 curtains will be $26.00
$35.00 curtains will be $28.00
$40.00 curtains will be $32.00
$45.00 curtains will be $36.00
$50.00 curtains will be $40.00
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Per Pair
Regular Sale
Kind Size Price Price
Oushak 11-4x8 $136.00 $108.80
Oushak 11-5x7-4 $125.00 $100.00
Teheran... 10-10x8-1 $110.00 $88.00
Teheran.. 10-10x8-11 $145.00 $116.00
Teheran... 12-6x7-10 $145.00 $116.00
Punjab 12-1x9-1 $220.00 $176.00
Punjab.... 12-2x10-3 $175.00 $140.00
Punjab 12-4x9-2 $225.00 $180.00
Punjab.... 14-5x10-2 $295.00 $236.00
Punjab 14-6x9-2 $265.00 $212.00
Serape.. v.ll-10x8-10
$148.00
$300.00 $240.00
Serape....15-4x11-10 $525.00 $420.00
$3.50
$6.75
$8.50 $9.75
$19.75
Silky Mosules, |
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Regular
Price. "Size:
9x12 ,
Sale
Price
$3.00 $5.00
$7.50
$4.50 $7.50
#10.00
Sale
" 3*
$35.00
Price. \4
' *% '
1500 yards regular 85c mattings22c
1000 yds. reg. 55c, 60c mattings.,. .35c
840 yards regular 65c mattings.. .37Jc
Size '''' '&
6x9 5x10
m Sale
&a Price
Regular
Price
$13.50 $13.50
Sale
Price
$10.00: $10.00

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