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"Inspirations of Poetry and Melody."
Poems "by Charles Horwitz.
Mus^c "by Frederick V. Bowers.
A collection of six beautiful songs hand
scmely bound and illustrated. A work of art
that is sold regularly at $1.00 per
copy Fair Week special 45c
A word about black silks
\\7E PRIDE ourselves on our fine black silks. It is a positive
fact that there are no better silks made in the world than
"Moneybak" and "Windsor" silks, for which we have exclusive
sale. Besides these staple silks we have all the late weaves such
as Chiffon Taffeta, Satin Lumineaux, Armure, Bengaline, Gros
Gram, Messaline, Surah Silks and Silk Warp Weaves.
We sell these silks at the very lowest possible prices and we
ask you to make close comparisons before purchasing.
"Moneybak" Taffeta, 34 inches
wide, best in the d| JZfi
world, at, yard %P l.OU
"Windsor" Taffeta, 36 inches wide,
a splendid quality,
at yard
"Windsor" Taffeta, 27 inches wide,
not matched any
where, at yard
$1.25
aches
$1.00
There is no garment so suited for all kinds of weather
as a cravanette coat. They are more in demand
this season than ever. We carry by far the largest
and most exclusive line in the city. For Fair Week
we quote but one of our many styles
$10.00 Cravenette Coats for $8.75.
Handsome new style in oxford, tan and olive double
box pleated back with belt, pleated
cuffs, special *PO/5
BULYEA NOW AT
BEAD DF ALBERTA
Earl Gray and Premier Laurier
Install Executive of t&e New,
Province.
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 2.G. V.
H. Bulyea is the governor of the new
province of Alberta. He was installed
by the lieutenant governor of Canada,
Earl Gray, assisted oy Sir Wilfrid Lau
rier, the veteran leader of the liberals.
The new governor was a member of
nap I I I I
$* Saturday Eveniffg?
Fair Week Hours
8 a. m. till 6 p. m.
the old territorial government and is in
every way fitted for his Wew position.
After the oath of office had been
taken by Governor Bulyea there was a
salute of twenty-one guns, formally
proclaiming to the world that Alberta
had become one of the great Canadian
provinces. Speeches were then made
a Earl Gray, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Will
iam Patterson, the Dominion minister
of customs, and others.
Among the distinguished persons
present at the formal inauguration
were Gilbert Parker, British member of
parliament, and Commissioner Chipman
of the Hudson Bay company.
Precediag the swearing in of the lieu
tenant governor there was a military
review, which was participated in by
500 of the Royal Canadian Northwest
mounted police in charge of Commis
sioner Kerr. $
The afternoon was devoted to a'cele-
5i*ilF
2~
Are, in brief, a few of the reasons why the great bulk of the northwest retail trade naturally centers here.
36 inches Black Chiffon Taffeta,
wide, here at per
yard
Black Guaranteed Taffetas, Extras,
36 in. yard 89
27-m. yard
Twill Surah Satin, 36 inches wide,
excellent quality, -g Ef\
at yard p A O vf
$1.50
69c
25 Styles in Walking Skirts.
We could hardly begin to describe in detail the many
handsome and exclusive styles of skirts shown here
for fall, but we can and do state that we are Skirt
Headquarters and will guarantee to save you from
$1.00 to $5.00 on skirts purchased here.
We are showing splendid new styles in broadcloth,
cheviot, mohair, panama and voiles and nobby mix
tures in full pleated, cluste and kilted
effects. Prices
from.
Rocker Special Monday.
An assortment of handsome parlor rockers, selected from our
enormous new stock both solid oak, golden finish and birch,
mahogany finish. There are rockers in this lot which are
marked at our low prices $7.50 and $8.00 "2 rt
your choice from this special lot Monday for... 0
Floor Covering Specials,
50 Royal Wilton rugs, 4 feet long best quality made. Our
regular low marked price $4.75 your choice
Monday at half price
Velvet rugs, size 9x12 feet made from beautiful new patterns
just received and carefully sewed in our own workshop.
Our regular marked price $20.00 d -g
Monday special each %p 1 %im^Cj
Brussels rugs, size 9x12 feet our regular 4 s\ Oft*
marked price $15 Monday special each 1 vr 0
Brusselette rugs a clearance sale of a special lot which have
become slightly soiled.
7%x9 feet, our regular price $3.00, Monday special $1.87
9x9 feet, our regular price $3.60, Monday special $2.48
9x10.6 feet, our regular price $4.20, Monday special $2.98
*S^^#S"
3,000 yards Fancy-Waist and Shirtwaist Silks,
every piece good style and good quality sell
regularly from 75c to 89c a yard \sv
Fair Week special, yard vFC
3,000 yards Plain 'All Silk Taffeta, every color and
.changeable effect, guaranteed to wear, and sold
in a regular way at 65c a yard g f*
Fair Week special, yard #5
75c Black Guaranteed Taffeta,
special Monday at yard...
Plaid Silk Taffetas and Louisenes in a perfect as
sortment of choice new color combinations.
They are very stylish for waists. -g m*
Prices range from 85c yard to.... ^p fl. 3'
%of
$3.75rupleated,$18.50 to
$2.38
bration', including various sports by the
Indians and whites. A ball in the even
ing 'completed one of the most historic
events the history of Edmonton.
After the ceremony. Earl Gray took a
special train for Regina, where the
swearing in of A. E. Porget as a new
governor for the province of Saskat
chewan will take place. Regin'a has
been preparing for the inauguration for
two months and the demonstration will
be one of the largest ever held west of
Chicago.
Immediately after "the inauguration
ceremonies of the two new provinces,
preparation will be made for the first
gen'eral elections. Earl Gray probably
will call upon F. G. Haultain to organ
ize a government in Saskatchewan as a
conservative leader. If Mr. Haultain
is not the lucky one, the choice will
fall upon Walter Scott, who has repre
sented the Regina district in the federal
iT* "KWsijKsS" '^TS -S*/ T3T
THE MiyyEAPOUS JOURNAL.
Why the^retaifshoppinsr of Ihe northwest naturally', centers at
ar .*i- .#*^~J^'^^ wOv v? r^ .._ rT *I' I
Music Folio Special.
Anything you buy here you can count on as being right
ITH AN ENTIRELY NEW STORE BUILD1NQ conceded be much th largest and handsomest in the Northwest filled from basement to top floor with enormous stocks of the newest and best merchandiselis
that are by far the biggest in size, most complete in assortments and practically unlimited in variety, to which is added the most important feature of all
THE LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS CONSISTENT WITH GOOD QUALITY*
STATE FAIR VISITORS arc cordially welcome to make use of the many conveniences we offer, such as the free checking of parcels, free writing rooms and stationery, the beautiful new
waiting and retiring rooms, free local telephones, etc. etc.
Buy your fall and winter supplies here the savings by our low priqes will more than offset the expenses of your visit
Assuredly the most comprehensive stocks of new silks, colored dress goods and black goods/
Year in and year out we buy and sell more good silks and wool dress goods than any tWQ other stores in the Twin Cities combined. It's a factand
logically explained. With OUT Superior buying facilities we advantageously contract with manufacturers for enormous quantities, which
results in a greatly reduced cost to us, whereby we can and do sell for the least money consistent with reliable quality goods.
2,000 yards Fancy Taffetas worth 50c a yard,
special Monday while they last, ^O/"*
yard zrK*s
2,000 yards Fancy Taffetas in small neat figures
and hair line stripes in plain and changeable
effects regular 50c and 59c qualities p
Fair Week special, yard t)Dt
75c All Silk Peau. de Cygne in all colors, includ
ing white, ivory and cream A d~\
Fair Week special, yard TV(J
I/"C Announcement of a very special sale
1 L**IVO beginning Monday, Sept. 4.
30,000 yards plain and fancy silks in this Fair Week sale alone. The sale prices
have never been equaled on thoroly reliable silks. Many of the best selling silks
of the season included. These few mentioned to give you an idea of the extraor-
dinary values. WE SAYDON'T MISS IT!
4,000 yards Fancy Taffetas including all the new-
59c
Fair week display and sale of women's outer garments for fall and winter.
Having firmly established our leadership in ready-to-wear outer garfhents for women, misses and children, the new arrivals are making known the tremendous
efforts we have made for the coming season. You have plenty
quality of material, the style, thefit,the workmanship, etc., and especially the prices. Then when you see our lines you will KNOW, just as we know, that
for best values, POWERS Coat and Suit Department is the place to buy, and anything you buy here you can count on as being right
This department has just been entirely remodeled and refurnished, and is today the most modern and largest of its kind in the North-
west. make it an object for an early visit we quote a few of the splendid values in these goods. Be sure you see them.
Cravenette Coats.
Girls' and Misses' Coats.
Advance showing of winter coats. Thou
sands of coats to select from. Splendid
showing, styles, exclusive, now on in the
department. Sizes from 6 to 14 years
prices at one-third less than elsewhere
$3.98-$25
Fair week specials on the great 3d floor in furniture, rugs, lace curtains, etc.
Beautiful Cable Nets at Half Price.
Regular $2.75, sale price pair $1.38
Regular $3,50, sale price pair SI."75
Regular $5.50, sale price pair [2.75
Regular $6.00, sale price pair...... (3.00
Regular $6.50, sale price pair 3.25
Regular $7.00, sale price pair $3.50
Regular $7.50, sale price pair... (3.75
Regular $8.50, sale price pair {(4.25
Regular $9.00, sale price pair..... .{(4.50
Regular $10.00, sale price pair $5.00
Extra Fine Brussels at Half Price.
Regular $10.00, sale price pair $5.00
Regular $11.00, sale price pair $5.50
Regular $12.00, sale price pair $6.00
Regular $14.00, sale price pair $7.00
Regular $17.00, sale price pair $8.50
Regular $18.00, sale price pair $9.00
Regular $21.00, sale price pair.. .$10.50
Regular $22.00, sale price pair.. .{(11.00
Regular $30.00, sale price pair.. .{(15.00
Regular $32.00, sale price pair.. .{(16.00
parliament for two terms.
In' Alberta province the mantle of
government leader probably will fall
upon A. C. Rutherford, the liberal mem
ber for Strathcona district. The lib
erals feel confident of carrying both
provinces when the fight comes on inmorning
November, but the Haultain party will
put up a strong fight along non-parti
zan lines.
WINNIPEG EIFLES OFP
Crack Regiment to Add Eclat to Cere
monies at Regina.
Special to The Journal.
Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 2.Winni-
peg's crack regiment, the Ninetieth
rifles, 400 strong* left last night by a
special train ior Regina, where it will
take a prominent part on Monday in
the inauguration ceremonies of the.
est and latest effects, both light and dark
grounds not a yard worth less than $1.00
many worth $1.50 r\
Fair Week special, yard O
85c Colored Taffetas in more than 150 plain and
changeable' colors every yard guaranteed.
These are the best taffetas made in the United
States taking wear, rustle and brilliancy into
consideration. Our price g
per yard t?G
All Pure Silk Peau de Oygne, guaranteed to wear
and wash, over 40 new stylish changeable com
binations the newest and most satisfactory
waist and dress silk on the mar*- rt f\f\
ket, at yard J, U\/
36-in. Black Guaranteed Taffeta and d f\\
Peau de Soie, special Monday, yd. .4) I \J\J
Checked Taffetas and Louisenes in check effects
in red, brown, green and black the checks
range from the small pin check to the large
inch square.
Yard 89c and
THE
$1.00
time to look around. While doing so make comparisons, but make the/n carefully. Note the
There is no better time to select and buy furs than
during these early fall months. The styles are
now decided the stocks of skins replete, and prices
naturally lower than during the busy period later.
Fur lined coats will be worn largely this season.
To demonstrate to you that we can save you money
on every purchase made our Fur Department,
we will place on sale during Fair Week
Greatest half-price lace curtain sale.
All fresh new curtains, bought at a factory sale so cheap that we will sell them to you at just half the prices we
would ask, if we paid full market value. There are no special sale tags on these curtains. Make your selec-
tions and take off just half the marked price. Fair visitors will find this the best sale 'for values ev*er held.
Early choosing is best.
Eegular $2.50, sale price pair $1.25
Regular $2.85, sale price pair SI.43
Regular $3.00, sale price pair 51.50
Regular $3.50, sale price pair J)l.*75
Regular $3.75, sale price pair |l 8 8
Regular $4.00, sale price pair (2.00
Regular $4.50, sale price pair (2.25
Regular $4.75, sale price pair {$2.38
Regular $5.00, sale price pair 5(2.50
Regular $5.25, sale price pair S2.63
Regular $8.00, sale-price pair {14.00
Regular $8.50, sale price pair (4.25
Regular $9.00, sale price pair $4.50
Regular $33.00, sale price pair. --$16.50
Regular $38.00, sale price pair.. .$19.00
Bonne Femmes at Half Price.
Regular $6.75, sale price each $3.38
Regular $8.00, sale price each 84.00
Regular $8.50, sale price each $4.25
Corded Arabians and Point De Beige at
Half Price.
Regular $4.00, sale price pair $2.00
Regular $5.00, sale price pair (2.50
Regular $5.75, sale price pair (2.88
Regular $6.00, sale price pair S3.00
Regular $6.50, sale price pair (3.25
Regular $10.00, sale price pair (5.00
Regular $12.00, sale price pair $6.00
French Guipure, Madras Weaves and Not
stinghams at Half Price.
Regular $1.00, sale price pair 50c
Regular $1.25, sale price pair 63c
Regular $1.50, sale price pair 75c
Regular $1.75, sale price pair 88c
Regular $2.00, sale price pair $1.00
new province of Saskatchewan.
On Sunday there will be a parade of
the Ninetieth and Royal Northwest
Mounted Police, when a field service
will be held. In the evening the bands
will give a sacred concert. On Monday
there will be a parade .thru
the city. At noon sharp, the regiment
will fire "feu de vioie"
?olicewilsalutes
and mounted
twenty-one guns,
his be followed by a royal salute
and three eheers for the king. The in
spection of the troops by the governor
general and. staff wfll close the cere-
REGINA ALREADY CELEBRATING
Exercises Proper Not Du, However,
i Until Wednesday.^
.fe
SpeolilHo The Journal.
Regina, Sask Sept. 2.The birth of
m.
September 2, 1905^
J?
Nicollet Ave., First Are. So.
and Fifth St., Minneapolis.
Chiffon Panamas a beautiful, soft,
bright fabric, the most popular
of wool cloths, J*- fif\
at, yard
All Wool Henriettas, 45 inches
wide a fine imported d*
quality, at yard aJJieV/vr
All Wool Black Albatross, gft
fine and crepey, at yard..*5UC
O Fur-Line4 Coats in Favor.
The greatest values in furfined coats ever offered in the Northwest
Cotton Batts.
Bedding Dept., Sd floor.
750 roU* White Cotton Battt,
which wm wIllcloMm out while
they last a{, per roll
the province of Saskatchewan was fit
tingly observed here .today, tho, ofstabbed
course, the inauguration ceremonies are
reserved for Monday.
Today was observed as a publie holi
day and the mastheads supported flags
floating gaily to the breeze, while the
inhabitants made due celebration.
The function of the day was the
civil service ball last evening at
theon
government buildings. Former Pre
mier Haultain was in attendance.
Many civil service officials leave soon
for Edmonton to lay the foundations
for the civil service in.the new province
of Alberta. A-
VILLAGE MARSHAL STABBED
Thompson's Injuries Are SeriousA
Tramp Accused.
IVAlTHpE, MINN.Peter Thomp-
*lkZ
Look to Your Eyes.
W handle the finest* grade of glasses,ex
Amine eyes carefully, and adjust eyeglasses
perfectly and comfortably. Fair week
specials. -1/**.
Solid dold Spectacles and Eyeglass**
Gold PUIed Spectacles and Eyafflassea S3.00
Stylish Solid (told "Shur-on" or "Peer- S Aftv
leas" Eyeglasses, special Fair week
New black dress goods.
new fall and winter black goods are all represented in our depart-
ment. This magnificent stock is unquestionably the best selected ever
shgsv8*s|s,Jhe
entire west. The range of styles in weaves is much broader
this season, offering the choicest selection we ever invited you to inspect.
Select any of these cloths, make comparisons*with those shown anywhere
else in the Twin Cities, and we warrant
you'll find our prices lowest for equal qualities.
Chiffon Broadcloths, Worsted Venetians, Chiffon Panamas, Toile de Lanes,
Amures, Gypsy Cloths, Queen Cloths, Crispmes, Cravenettes, French
Satin Cloths, Prunellas, Wool Taffetas, Roxanas, Crepe de Paris, Eoli-
ennes, Wool Crepes, French Serges, Silk Warp and All Wool Henriettas,
English Mohairs and Sicilians, and all Worsted Staples such as Granites,
Serges, Sangliers, etc,
50-inch All Wool Cheviot good
weight, perfect black,
at yard
50-inch All Wool Black Prunellas
our $1.25 quality,
special Monday/ yd.
French Serges, Storm Serges, All
Wool Sangher Cloth, Satin Pru
nellas and French Pop
lins, at yard
New colored dress goods.
tJR fall line includes every weave that is good and stylish, such a*
French Poplins, Sack Cloths, Prunellas, Drap d* Ete, Henriettas,
Cashmeres, Melrose, Armures, Vigereau, Albatross, French Batiste, Wool
Taffeta, Drap Chiffon, Broadcloth, Eoliennes, Toile de Lane, Cravenettes,
Eain Cloths, English Suitings, Worsted Venetian Cloths, Tan Coverts and
English Mohairs. All in complete assortment of colors
at lowest possible prices, consistent with quality.
Chiffon Panama in all the newest
fall shades, including wine, new
greens, purples and f\{\
blues, per yard P 1 v/U
Handsome American woolen broadcloth coats, cut full
and large, loose back, pleated cuffs, lined with fine
quality squirrel from selected skins,
this coat to be a regular $35.00 value
Fair Week special
None sold to dealers at this price.
*9
*~fj
*r*
59c
unellas
$1.00
56-inch Shadow Check Worsted Bain
Cloths in a large variety of styles
and colors at per
yard
60-inch Mohair Sicilians, all colon, special Monday, per yard 49c "M
Fine Ohiffon Broadcloth, a beauti- I Small English Checked Ladies
ful new weave,
wide, all colors^
special Monday,
at yard
full 52 inches
$1.25 quality,
98c
$1.25
Cloth, Worsteds, Plain All Wool
Panamas, All Wool Granite.
Cloths and All Wool Cf|r
Serges, at yard OvrC
3 1
We guarantee
$27.50
i
son, marshal of the village of/Tyk
by a tramp
givinjrlim
^J*?
01
the
Heart. Th trai
rested by S. M. Townsend, sfcetit
Lincoln county, and locked
Lincoln county jail. Thon*
juries are serious.
a
i
HELENA, MONT.-AH effort
nave James Hill speak her* at
irrigation or some idadred u1
Grandma Mott's Advice to
-"You should not travel
country this warm weather
bottle of Chamberlain's Qol
and Diarrhoea Remedy,'^
Kate Mott, of UUnm
Mott,''Fairfield. as *he
known. One or two doses
edy will always cure the woi
summer complaint, We kee
at hand, in we coul
house withoutfact.," it 1

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