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$100,000 Stock
New Fall Shoes
We are now ready with the largest
stock of new Fall and Winter Foot
wear ever shown in the Twia Cities.
Look Jor the Latest Shoe Styles in Our Windows.
fhaftLpiAi i
CELERY, WELL BLEACHED, PER doz.
13c.
Tomatoes, home-grown, per basket, 8c.
Spinach, per peck, 9o.
Egg Plants, large, each, 8c.
Minnesota Beets, per peck, 8c.
Rutabagas, per peck, 12c.
Parsnips, per peck, 12c.
White Onions, per peck, lie.
Hubbard Squash, each, 6c. .
Fancy Jersey Potatoes, 7 lbs^ 25c.
. Bartlett Pears, for preserving, per peck,
45c.
Transcendant Crabapples, per peck, 65o.
Minnesota Plums, per peck, 40c.
California Plums, per basket, 30c.
Pickwick Blend of Coffee, per lb. 27c
Corn Starch, H b packages, 4c.
Best shredded Cocoanut, per lb, 12%c.
/ Baited peanuts, per lb, 13c.
Shelled Walnut meats, per lb, 38c.
Jordan Almonds, per lb, 48c.
Christened "Ruth Eden."
Judge Harvey of the probate court yes
itdrday oojnmitted tlhe little child left some
,tlme ago on the doorstep of Mary E. Nelll
SOLID SILVER AND CUT CLASS
Nowhere'will you see such an array of beautiful, ornamental and
U3eful articles of sterling silver and cut glass and sold so reasonably
as here. We have hundreds of suitable gifts that you can obtain,
FRIDAY EVENING,
307 Nicollet Avenue.
Exclusive Agents for Johnston & Murphy's Shoes.
Diamonds WHITE & MAC NAUGHT,
- '"y&:*y 26T03O .'FIFTH ' - ST. &*:& m ^
Valley Creamery Butter, half gal. Jars.
Butterine, 2-lb prints, 24c.
Swift's Clover Leaf Lard, per lb, 9c.
Rloh Michigan Cheese, per lb, lie.
Extra Brick Cheese, per lb, 13c.
Ketchup, quart bottles, 12Vc.
Olives, good size, per quart, 24c.
New Honey, 1-lb frames, 15c.
Tou will get the
best values in DI-
AMONDS and
1VATCHES this
week at...
$1 Chateau Yquem, per bottle, 68c.
$1 Old Crow Whiskey, full quarts, 80c.
75o Vermouth, per bottle, 55c.
$1 Holland Gin, per bottle, 80c.
Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bottle, 88c.
Hennessey's Brandy, per bottle, $1.20.
Blackberry Brandy, per gal., 70c.
Malt Extract, makes flesh and blood,
per doz, $1.18.
Fancy Spring Chickens, per lb, 14c.
Young dressed Fowl, per lb, 12c.
Leg of Spring Lamb, lie.
Mutton Legs, per lb, 9c.
Lamb Stew, per lb, 5c.
Choice Beef Rib Roasts, per lb, 12%c.
Export Beef Round Steak, per lb,
Export Beef Shoulder Steak, per lb, 10c.
of Eden Prairie to the state school at
Owatonna. The little baby girl, whose
parentage is unknown, has been christ
ened Ruth Eden by the Humane society.
From $1.00 to $5.00
Sterling Silver Tableware.
Sterling Silver Sugar Spoons, Pickle Forks,
Butter Picks, Cream Ladles, etc., sold bowls
and tines, French spray and beau- *e 4 A A
tifulflowerdesigns. Choice....* ******
Sterling Silver Berry Spoons, Cold Meat
Forks, Gravy Ladles, latestde- jfcO fid
slgnBand good weights *9***w**
6-oz. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons in bright and
Butler effects, Gorham & Whiting makes.
92.60, 92.75 and $3.00 .
Sterling Silver Dessert Spoons and Forks,
immense variety to select from, g R
all very popular designs, set of 6 W " - **
Sterling silver table spoons and forks, best
weights and designs, Gorham & (tQ Ail
Whiting's set of 6 ^ *******
Sterling Silver Bon Bon dishes, stunning
flower effects, 5- 6- and 7-inch $2.50,
$4.00 to $6.00.
Sterling Silver Bread Boats, good size and'
weight, unique designs, S 10.00, $12.00
to16.00.
Sterling Silver Berry Bowls, newest finishes:
and most artistic die work. $18 , ,$20*
$2 5 and up.
Sterling Silver Tda Sets, Coffee Sets, Water
Sets,Almond sets.Pap Bowls, Childs'Cups, etc.
at a small advance in price of quadruple plate.'
.*-*v *
New ideas in cards, weddings, announcements, crests and mono-
grams our facilities are to get out orders on shortest notice. We do
only best work at moderate prices consult us before placing orders.
S. JACOBS St CO.
Egglngton Gut Glass.
7 and 8-inch fruit dishes, finish, Egginton
crystal, $4, $6, $ 6 to $?.
Beautiful Cut Water Caraf, the squat and
regular shapes. $3.60, $4.50, $6.00,
$8.00 to $12.00.
5 and 6-inch nappies, elegantly cutand as clear
as a diamond, $ 1.60, $2.00 and $2.76.
8-inch Roman Cylinder Flower Vases, choice
of 3 beautiful cuttings $2.75, 83.00,
$3.26. See our 7 and 8-inch Berry Bowls, Lotus,
Creswick and OrleanB designs $6.00 and
$6.00. 94 cut elegantly designed water
- tumblers, 6
Full cut and extra heavy blank fine crystal
ret^.ra.bl.set
e.r.of
B
Fifty Pairs Left.
Sugar and Cream, neverequalled 0iQ B A
in this or any othercity, to close.^****
Engraving Department
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. '
Social Circles.
Silver Anniversary and a New
. Wedding at the Callaway
Home.
Their Niece, Miss Stovel, Becomes
the Bride of Roland Mc
Williams.
The twenty-fifth wedding anniversary
Of Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers Calla
way was celebrated last night by the sol
emnization of the marriage of their niec 5,
Miss Margaret May Stovel, to Roland
Fatrbairn McWillilams and by a reception.
The marriage ceremony was performed at
7 o'clock in the presence of a small com
pany of friends and relatives, while for
the reception at 8 about 100 more friends
callled. "'
The decoration of the rooms was simple
and attractive, being wholly in green and
white, palms, hydrangeas and smilax be
ing employed. The bridal party stood
during the reading of the vows in a corner
of the reception-room banked high with
palms and hydrangeas. Mrs. Callaway, the
bride of twenty-five years, acted as mat
ron of honor for her niece and entered
alone, gowned in soft white silk self-em
broidered muslin, with just an accent of
black tracery, and carrying a .big bunch
of American Beauties. The bride entered
on the arm of her uncle, who gave her
away. Her gown was of white crepe
trimmed with liberty satin and lace that
is a family possession. Her veil was held
by a spray of lilies of the valley and her
bouquet waa bride roses ,and fern. The
service was read by Rev. Henry Holmes.
A stringed orchestra played the wedding
music and Miss Clara Williams sang "My
Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" at the close
of the ceremony. During the congratula
tions by the intimate friends and later
during the reception Miss Williams and
the Imperial quartet gave an informal
program that included many of the sweet
old ballads and folk songs.
For the reception Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Callaway, who are "making their first
visit to Minneapolis since their marriage,
received with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Calla
way and Mr. and Mrs. McWillilams.
There were a number of out-of-town
guests, including Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Harvey, Sault Ste. Marie Mrs. John
Stovel, Winnipeg, Man. Miss Cora Stov
el, Toronto, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cal
laway, New York Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cal
laway, Spokane, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. W. Stovel, Pittsburg, Pa. Miss King,
Hillsboro, N. D. Hodder Stovel, Montreal.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams have gone to the
Canadian rockies and the coast for their
wedding trip. Oh their return they will
make their home in Petersboro, Ont. The
bride formerly lived with Mr. and Mrs.
Callaway, and. spent a year with them
after they removed to Minneapolis. For
the past four years she has made her
home in Detroit, where she was on the
editorial staff of the Detroit Journal.
Mrs. Francis M. Bugbee announces the
engagement of her daughter, Mary Louise,
to Mark R. Moulton. The 'wedding will
take "place at, an early date in October.
Miss Maye Anderson entertained fifteen
young women this afternoon at her home
on Elliot avenue for Miss Raye F. New
man, whose marriage to Thomas H:
Adams will take place this month. The
rooms were made beautiful with garden
flowers and an informal afternoon was en
joyed. This evening a group (of young
men Will join the young women for sup
per. A feature of the day was a parcel
shower for the bride, y--' '".
Wednesday afternoon' Miss Lena Dal
lager will give a spoon shower, at.her home
at Cottagewood for Miss Newman and
Mrs. Harry Conkey will entertain at a
linen shower.
Jewelers, 407 Nic.
: : : : TRY THEM
Crystallized Ginger, per lb, S5o.
Orange Marmalade, imported, per jar,
17c.
Large bottles of Maraschino Cherries,
72c.
White Port Wine, always $3, per
gallon $1.60, per bottle, 44c.
Mrs. Fred Kees has postponed the
luncheon which she was to have given
to-day in honor of her sister, Miss Tillie
Rogers, until Tuesday afternoon.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Coe
entertained at dinner at their home, 2625
Bryant avenue S, for Miss Grace Reade
and Dr. Henry Aldrich, whose wedding
will take place to-morrow. Red candles in
a silver candelabra lighted the table,which
was attractively decked with red sweet
peas. A cluster of the blossoms, tied with
red satin ribbon, was at the bride's place.
To-morrow will be the second anniver
sary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Coe
and Mr. Coe presented Mrs. Coe with a
phonograph as an anniversary gift.
Mrs. Eugene P. De Haven entertained
delightfully Wednesday at her home on
Pleasant avenue for Miss Homan. The
amusement was a guessing contest of the
titles of old and new books, cleverly and
daintily illustrated in water color by Miss
Rogers. Miss Homan won the prize,
the designs bound in an appropriate
cover and tied with a bow of orange rib
bon. She was .also presented with a vase
of seventy four-leaf clovers for "good
luck."
12%c.Mary
SPECIAL
Four full quarts Private Stock Rye,
aged in wood, bottled at the distillery,
delivered in plain box to any freight sta
tion within 500 miles, for $2.95. Mrs. Albert Heinze, who leaves shortly
to make her home near Alexandria, was
the guest of honor Wednesday afternoon
at an informal affair given by Mrs.
Thomas Nagel of Dupont avenue N. Dur
ing the afternoon Mrs. Heinze was pre
sented with a handsome picture already
framed. A chafing dish supper was served.
Mrs. Nagel was assisted by Miss Mildred
Heinze.
Miss Eva May Carrls and Edward J.
Woost were married Wednesday evening
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Carris, on Eighteenth ave
nue SE. The decorations were in pink
and green and sweet peas were used In
profusion with palms and ferns. There
were no attendants and the bridal couple
entered together. The bride wore white
silk with shirred yoke in the skirt and
bodice and her flowers were white roses.
The service was read by Rev. A. N. Al
cott and was witnessed by fifty guests.
Mr. and Mrs.-Wobst will be at home after
Oct. 15 at 2316 Fifth avenue S.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas of 919 Twenty-third
avenue NE, entertained a group of young
women "Wednesday evening in honor of
Mr. Williams, who is the guest of his
brother, T. E. WilliamSi and of the Misses
Susie May and Lilzzie Lauters of Huron,
S. D., nieces of Mrs. Thomas. Games
were played and light refreshments were
served. The rooms were bright with gar
den flowers. The guests included a group
of Welsh young-women.
, ....$6.00
$2.75
Celery boats, no less than 30 designs to choose
from, all new designs, $4.60, $6.00,
$9.00 to $12.00.
Beautifully assorted sherbet glasses at prices
never quoted before, $6.00, $9.00,
$15.00 and up.
JEWELERS
515-520 Nicollet Avenue
"Wednesday evening Miss Margaret
Glancy, a bride of the month, ,was enter
tained by Miss Laura Berger at her home
on Humboldt avenue. Sweet peas and
golden-rod beautified the rooms. Miss
Glancy was given a bric-a-brac shower
by the twelve guests and games and music
were other amusements.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Miss Leone Woolsey of Fort Dodge, Iowa,
visiting Mrs. D. C. NooLan.
Mrs. C. A. Moore of Spokane, Wash., is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Linton of Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson L. Wicks arc, home from
northern Minnesota, where.they spent the sum
mer.
jilss Jennie Lucas will reopen her kindergarten
Monday morning at her home, 1910 Colfax ave
nue S. ......:..
Minneapolis arrivals at Holland House for the
week were: W. K. Morlson, A. E. Jamison, Mrs.
A. Nagle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rollins of Chicago, for
merly, of Minneapolis, are at the West Hotel for
a few, days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berkey of Canton, 111.,
are gnestg of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dorns during
fair week.
Mrs. A. C. Krelg and little . daughter (Con
stance are heme from a three weelS"visit in
Iowa and Illinois.
Mrs. Mfrgaret Grant, of St. Louis, is enendlnff
v
TRADING STAMPS GIVEN WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES.
M
Ne w Veilings .
Overft)hew styjea on sale this week.
SPECIAL.
100 chiffon ready-to-wear veils In all colors,
S!.^!^ 43o
Indian Bead Pattern
Book-
A new book giving a large assort- |A
ment of patterns, special - ****
^pOMORROW will be a great day in our Ready-to-Wear Department.
* A new department manager takes charge, fir. I. Adler. As an
introduction to the trade he will make some startling prices in
WOriEN'S SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS. There also promises to
be some excitement in the Dress Goods section. Black and colored
dress goods in the latest and best weaves and makes at prices you'd
look for at end of season.
Women's Tailored Suits.
These suits are all just from the tailor's. The style, the fit,
the material the same as suits priced around town at & more.
Ask to see our Tweed Shopping Suits, a good
$20.00 value. For this sale.
It will pay you to see our $5.00 Zibeline Skirt Q J O
which we will sell at this sale at *\w*Wmsw*\9
Useful and Necessary Articles Underpriced for Saturday
French fleeced, double fold Waistings,in
dainty stripes and figures, 25c 4 04%
value .. . ****
New 36-in. French Percales and double
fold Cambrics, for children's 4Q1A
dresses and ladies' house wear - ****2**
New fancy Outing Flannels, in solid and
light and dark,colors, best |Q1A
grades... - *2v
New Cotton j^aistings, in a great variety
of light and dark styles. On |Q1A
sale Saturday - *2w
Women's and Men's Black Serge Um
brellas, big assortment of natural and
fancy handles worth $1.25 to
$1.50 Saturday..............
INJURES THE TRAD? ^
Opticians Object ta Publication of
Wholesale Prices.
At a meeting of the Northwestern
ptical association.. helJ Jast evening at
the Ryan hotel a resolution was passed
.declaring, ihsLi'.|p^t4sernenta .giving the
wholesale prices' of "spectacles are a det
riment to the opticians ,and asking the
publishers of optical journals to get
some new scheme in advertising the
prices. The opticians claim that the
practice of advertising the wholesale
price of spectacles is/a great menace to
their business and hope to be able to
put a stop to the practice. ^
KERR'S
and Underwea r lor
Wome n and Children.
Heavy fleeced Union Suits,
in gray and cream
Vests and Pants, fleeced
lined, regular 35c grade,.
the month of September with Mrs. Arthur .Stncy
at 2712 BlaiBflell av.enue. - ,
Mrs. Camllle Luere Koe, daughter of the late
Mme. Camille Urso-Luere, is visiting Miss Ines
Marston at the Hampshire Arms.
The Team I-rivers' Social club will have a se
ries of dances In Label- Lyceum, 34 Washington
avenue S, beginning Sctuiday evening.
Miss Elizabeth McGowan, county superinten
dent of schcols of Mower county, and Miss
Sadie McGowan, are In the city for the week.
Miss Stella Louise Wood has returned from Chi
cago and the kindergtrten training school will
open Tuesday. The enrollment of pupils begins
at once.
Mrs. Harold P. G. Coa'tes, who has been
spending the summer with her sister, Mrs.
Howard Mel. Norton, has returned to her home
in St. Louis.
Miss E. L. Trevette has returned from iter va
cation and is at Hampshire Arms for the winter.
Mrs. L. S. Kenney and Miss Nellie Kenney have
returned from Europe.
Miss Henrlette Moelchert, accompanied by Mrs.
Pierre Hunt of Stillwater, returned yesterday
from Chicago aftor a plensant visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Adam Koch.
Mrs. Hennesey, of 301 East Forty-eighth street,
will entertain the Bijou Cinch club Monday. The
club met last with Mrs. Curtlss and prize* were
won by Mmes. McGoughey, Irving and Lampenan.
Ned Pugslev and sister, who have bten spend
ing the summer with their grandfather, S. P.
Folsom, of St. Paul, accompanied by Misses
Bertha Folsom and Kate Eastland of St. Paul,
left this morning to pend the winter on the
Pacific const.
Minneapolis people r.t the New York hotels are
as follows: Everett. L. W. Madden Park Av
enue II. M. Mctiuiie Holland, Mrs. J. A. Lucy
Imperial. F. H. Main Navarre.
Herald Square, W. S.Jones
F. A. Patrick Huron, S. D.-
Nicollet
Ave.
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Imported and Domestic Wool Dress Goods in Black and Colors
36-inch Metal Printed Mohair Waistings,
cream, navy and black, 69c M Q A
value *HWO
48-inch Camel's Hair Novelty
Dress Goods, real value $1, pr.
86-inch Venetain Cloth and new weave
Zibelines, in all popular colors,
75c values..".
topays buy r ur^ s
"SEPTEMBER
DEPARTMENT
STORE
Women's Mercerized Sateen and Spun
Glass Petticoats, some with deep ac
cordian plaited flounce and some with
deep flounce trimmed with narrow
ruffles, worth $1.45 to $2.49 Qftf*
all priced .
20 doz. fine Damask Towels,all white and
with red borders, extra large
size,regular 39c value. Saturday
5,000 yards light and dark Outing flannel,
in short ends, 3 to 9. yards, best ^g*
goods, worth 10c and 12&c, at.... * **
Just about fifty Lawn and Dimity Dress
ing Sacques, sold all season at J|_Oat*
98c. To close. *t"Fl#
ana 'gray, all sizes, gar-'
ment.:... ...*-.-. vvf.."....
Boys' and girls' fine ribbed
fleece lined Hose, fast black.
To close, about 20 dozen children's
fine fast black ribbed Hose, 4 JQA
19c and 25c grades. Now.. i*H*
59c
260
4, 1903. , , -
For this sale we are selling an elegant Zibeline Child's Long
Coat, in sizes 6 to 14, elegantly trimmed, made with the new
Marlborough collar, in all shades, a $7.50 value, R O O
$15.00
We will be able to show you some exclusive styles in Suits and
Coats at reasonable prices. Only one of a style. No duplicates
We will close out elegant Lawn Waists, lace trim
med, values from $1.25 to $2.50, large sizes, at
22-inch Metal Velvets, in fine pin dots,
brown, black, green and blue, AQA
85c grade for , 0*PU
36-inch Guaranteed Black
Taffeta Silk, $1.50 val. for
56-inch Cheviots and Homespuns, men's
styles, the correct cloth for tailor gowns
and skirts, worth $1.65. ^ 4 ill
For %plBmF
80c 49c
$1.19
WW) WU
25c1
ISo
It 1^--^ f aproct*
col and reli-
able furrier
SELECT YOUR FURS FROM OUR
LARGE ASSORTMENT-THEN
TRUST TO OUR THIRTY YEARS' EX-
PERIENCE TO TURN OUT A GAR-
MENT OF SUPERIOR EXCELLENCY
Repairing carefully done.y^, fvGlllGI*
Remodeling & Redyeing.- .
Seal Skins a Specialty.* 0 Hennepin
N.W. Main 4293J T.C. 1835. Open evening*
POOD
Thin babies become plump
babies when fed with Mellin's
Food. Mellin's Food nour
ishes.
H. J. Rothert
Duluth Imperial,
-Astor, A. White.
WEDDED IN OLD TRINITY
Church Arrangements of Thayer-Brooks
Nuptials Most Elaborate Seen
' . In Newport.
Newport, Sept. 4.At high noon yester
day in old Trinity church the wedding of
Miss Gladys Baldwin Brooks, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mortimer
Brooks, and Eugene Van Renssalaer
Thayer, Jr., took place In the presence
of one of the most fashionable audiences
that ever gathered within the walls of a
sacred edifice in Newport. It is the only
large society wedding of the Newport sea
son of 1903 and In view of the social prom
inence of the contracting parties, all fhe
wealthiest families in the land were rep
resented in the audience. Old Trinity has
been the scene of many fashionable wed
dings, but it Is safe to say that never be
fore were such elaborate preparations
made at the church for a similar function.
Over 3,000 invitations were sent out for
the wedding. One of the ushers was
Charles E. Perkins, Jr., son of President
Perkins of the Chicago, Burlington &
Qulncy railroad. The bridesmaids were
Miss Marion Fish, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish Miss Constance
Tjivermore, Miss Anna Thayer, Miss
Adelaide Randolph, stepdaughter of Wil
liam C. Whitney, and Miss Fannie Iselin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin.
After a brief trip Mr. and Mrs. Thayer
will return to Newport and on Oct. 15
they will leave on a tour of the continent.
Whether you nurse your baby or use Mel
lin's Food you will find our book, "The
Care and Feeding of Infants," very useful.
8imply write for it. It will be sent free.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Special
Stamp
Offer
Saturday.
ItIs a Pleasure
To see the new lines we are re
ceiving daily to swell our al
ready large stock of the latest
novelties in jewelry and silver
ware.
You ought to see the latest in
Brooches and Rings, also some
entirely new designs in Cuff
Links in the Rose and Nug
get finish.
We are strictly in it this fall,
having the greatest variety we
have ever shown. Come in
and see our enlarged store.
R. 6. Winter Jewelry Co,
327 NICOLLET AVE.
ROCK RIDGE
HALL
p o w
NICOLLET AVE. FIRST AVE. S. FIFTH ST.
Triple Amount Stamps.
3 for 1 S. 2 b H. Green Trading Stamps
Saturday, September 5,
Special Notice.
Ladies' Belts
Twenty fine new autumn styles In aflk
and satin Belts, gun metal buckles and
back pieces, styles right up to date, qual
ity the best money can buy worth in the
regular way 75c to $1 to intro- AQn
duce you to our store - *9*M
Ladles' Extra Flue Walrus Grain
Leather Wrist Bags
Fitted with leather card case and coin
purse, moire silk lined three colors, black,
tan andgray, actually worth $1.60. QO
Seventh
St To introduce you to our store.. ..******
44-inch all wool English Che
viot, 69c value, for
54-inch imported heavy Mohair
Cecilian, $1.25 value, for
Priestley's Mohair Sharkskin Cloth, reg.
price $1.65. &< 4 Q
Now ^I O
10 dozen 72x90
hemmed Sheets.
25c
50 dozen ladies' black and fancy Hose,
the odds and ends of the sea- 4 A ^
son, sold up to 39c. Now
Another lot of odds and ends in
ladies' hose, not quite so good, but
splendid values, sold up to
26c. Now
A
When Price
And Quality Balance
Tou are getting full values. In
no other line Is quality and price
so badly out of balance as the
amount paid for a poor perfume.
A high-grade perfume at a right
price is the Clrkler plan. It to t
guarantee of satisfaction.
You Can't Buy
Original Allegretti Chocolates any
where hut at Clrkler'a. The most
delicious pound of eweetneee for 60
cents.
Chas. H. Cirkler
A SCHOOL FOR
AT WELLESLCY
HILLS, MASS.
602 Nicollet Ave.
49 Sixth St. So.
Hotel Waveriy
BOYS Would Yon Like to Live at
the Hotel Waveriy
This Winter?
Address Capt. G. W.
Burke. 1201 Fifth St
S. E. Minneapolis.
Come Now and Select Your Rooms.
W. A. FISHER, Mgr.
E R
with cash purchases only,
All Departments
I n
EXCEPT Grocery, Restaurant, Soda Fountain,
Hair Goods Depts.
THIS STORE WILL JB E CLOSED ALL DAY
I ./ . LABORS DAYVs: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Tth.
(Wj. ' - - ?
Defective Page
s
.
79c
49c
98o
good heavy M Q A
11c
Saturday '
30 dozen 45x36 Pillow Cases,
regular 14c grade. Saturday..
Small choice lot of children's Night
Gowns, in sizes 7, 8, and9 yrs., fiffcf%
regular price 85c and $1.00, at IPlfw
A lot of children's Gowns, sizes 3, 4 and
5, infinecambric, regular price QQA
69c. Now OlfU
Closing out all this summer's Wash
Dress GoodsOnly 350 yards left of
Lawns, Dimities and Corded Mulls,
worth up to 30c. Closing price, EZg%
yard %M\\3
Linings
Black A. M. I. Silk, 80c
quality for
Near and Mirror Silk, black and
all colors, 20c grade f e
14c
19O
f t
3 for 1
in all
departments.
Note
exceptions.
Patent Medicines and
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