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VIE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: MONDAY, 'AUGUST 8. 1904.
i TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WASHINGTON. Congressman Cowherd issnes a state ment refuting the conclusions recently rnachcd by tho Bureau of Stutl'tlcs that tho cort of living Is Jess and wages gen erally Idcher than four ji.ar.i aco. WAR IN Tin: I'AR CAST (I'.rrrnl SIoufcI rep.irti that his army repulsml Ihe Japanio In a three ilay flirht at Port Arthur. Innlctlne a lo.s -tlmatcd t 10.OX) men, himself losing I.M0 men. General Kuropatkin reiate-j the result of an extended ifconnoinnc toward the JnjjiPere position August &. One XtuIan military -xprt at St. !' lerMjurg profersc to bcllcvo that General JCuroiratklji -will jet extricate himself from hln awkward position. Admlr.il Toffo reports that thre of his lorpedo boats and a destroyer routed elev en niwiun lorpedo boat". Jnpanefci uirtonn nssert thet Ru-?laii soldiers hive been s-Jllty of mutilatlnir ih wounded Wore death. Jnraneso strategists nro mueh impressed by tho nielli shown by General Kuropntkin in "ate lotreatinjr movements. i-wai. and sununn.N Tho attendanco at tho World' l'nlr law week was 0)1,411. At a brenlcfost at the Itloiirl Athletic Sub yesterday tho jruets of two St Iiul manufacturers emulated tlie Icor roten for Iho lme belnj; I'railS Jleycr, while vorldnj: at the Bt Ijuis Dre.si-d Ieef Company, -was Injured In a gaj explosion, Tho rpeclal Grand Jury to Investigate rarnbllnir in St. Louis County will convene to-day Tli anniversary of the fall of Manila will bo celebrated at tlio Fair n-xt Situr tfay. The Typographical 1'nlon. which meets at the World's r.iir to-day. was enter tained at a I Iff plenlc. Geisha girl and fwnnlsrann disappear from the Japancre colony. Two of the Icorrote chief, accompanied ly a Moro chieftain, depurted last nislit for Wnshlwrton to vinlt President Kone eit by special request The dog-eaters were clad mostly In their bore skins, while the Moro ransacked his beloiislnKS for his most gorgeous raiment onKEKAI. DOMESTIC Joseph filler has sold his holding at KeUIer (o a corporation of which h" la re ported to own CO pr cent of the tncV. Senator Boulvvcll. formerly Governor of and Senitor from. Sfitrsacliiuctts, an nounces that he will support I'arker for I he niesldency. The stock market Is sIukkIkIi and -peculator! are waiting- for development K-titr operating. Jaders of the Democratic party In Del Aware, think Paikcr will tarry the State. Trouble is anticipated at the Rotchad JcrvatIon. "Wheat futures, owing to the condition of the crop, are very uncertain. Hawes ar.d Cowherd .f Missouri confer swtn Chairman Tncgart of the National JrnocratIc Committee. Blxty nutomobllo.i will leave Chicago this morning bound for St. Iuis. A cor of person are1 injured by the explosion of a bomb thrown into a crowd of Italians in New York, the dynamiter fctfor hurt worst of all. Judge Parker makes preparation to re ceive the Democratic Notification Com inlttee, which will isit him Wednesday. The CW91KO Federation of' Labor In dorses the strilce of the Butchers' Union nod will fcjslrt the sttkcrs flnnnrially. Xnfcrhta of Pythian from all over the country will meet at laulsvilln next Bat-' erdXy for the annual convention and bl nnlal jincampment of the Uniform Jtonk. Mafiilda rtarts atilnst Has d'Or to-day and rtiould beat tho Mulkey gelding. Beriatoni defeat the Browns 'In loosely tsayrd irame by a score of 7 to i. FOREIGN. Ths trtory of the alleged ltonlnie of an American Consul at Cogota in discredited t Panama, whence tht account Is re ported lo have come. nritlsh trooi under Colonel Toinurhus Imnd aro in tamp at Lusa, Thibet, the Orand Lama having fled lo a monastery. Marine iBtallla-ence. Nesr Tork. Anr. 7. Arrived: 1m. gs ronc Havre; United Btatcs. Copenha trn, Clirlstlania and Christfansaod, Ool ta. Trlegt. Naples and Palermo. Llvorpool. Auw. 6. Arrived.' AraMo, Kew VorfcT, via Queenstownj Cretle, Boston t 7th. lAko Krle, Montreal and Quebec; Hnntlnlan, Montreal for Glasgow. Movllle, Auc. 7-Arrlved: Iaurentlan, New Torlt for Glasgow (and proceeded). notlardam, Atw. -BaHed: Btatendamv Now York, via ncralogne (sailed from lat ter port 6th and passed thai Lizard Tth). Glawrow. Aor. Salied: CorintWan, Montreal; Mongolian, New York (and both raand InistrahuIO. Ururpool, Aur S-Batledj Armenian, New York (and passed Brow Head 7th) j IWberlan. from Olasow, St. John's, Hal ifax and Philadelphia, Southampton, Ang. 7-8aIed; Barbar ot. from Bremen for New York. Queenatown, Aug. 7. Arrived and willeds XHrnrla, from Liverpool for New York. Dover, An. 7. Bailod: Pretoria, from Jfaiabur for New York, via Boulogne; Finland, from Antwerp, for New York. SCOTCH DAY AT THE FAIR TO BE OBSERVED AUGUST 15 OletiraHon "Will Fie Cnder Aasplees ot tho tiara Callage Aaaoolatlon, Scotch Day at th 'World's pair will be Monday, August IB. The celebration will be under the auspices of the Burns Cot tage Association and will be a gathering of affiliated societies from all parts of the Halted State and Europe. Those who axe to take part In the exer cises will enter the grounds at the Parade entrance at 10 o'clock and march direct to Burns Cottage, preceded by a band ot Highland pipers led by Piper Major Cowle, lata of tlie Forty-second Highland ers, a company of Highlanders, and a band of Hussars from the Boer War En campment, commanded by Major Stuart. There will be a reception at the Burns Cottage and a welcome addreaa delivered by President D. n. Francis, after which the Scottish flag pmsentod to the asso ciation by Colonel Watson. British Com missioner, will be unfurled. The oompany will then march, preceded by the Kitties Band and a Highland regiment, to the Hall ot congresses, where there will be a Ecotch ontcrtalnment consisting; of Scotch muilc and speaking by prominent Scotch ornttirs. At 2 p. m. the Boer War exhibit will glvo a. complimentary performance in hon or of the day, at which all who belong to Ill,; UMLVITlib fKUUl BUV1CUP1 Will &0 guests. At 230 p. m. a Scottish flag will be pre sented to the Highland regiment at the Boer War encampment. Prom 4 to a p. m. the company will visit (ho Pike and at 8 p. m. there will be a nodal reception at tho Missouri state building. Scotch music will be rendered and Scotch refreshment will be served. Dayton Visitors Bntertained. Fifteen hundred employes of the Na tional Cah Register Company1, brought to Kt Iul from Dayton, Ohio, by President Patterson of the company, attended Klral fy'H "Louisiana Pnrohaso Spectacle" nt the Odeon last night and Greatly enjoyed Hie performance. To-night Miss Gertrude Bcker, secretary of the Civic Federation, will receive the Caah rtcglster employes at the Ohio Stat building. .World' Fair. GUESTS CLAD IH IGORROTE Manufacturers, WfariiiR Towels and J'Ica.s.in( Smiles, Sit Iluwii to Breakfast of Sinisa-re. "MORE DOG'' IS THEIR CRY. Plunge in Pool at .Missouri Ath letic Club Precedes Banquet Served on Table IJ.sed in Turkish Bath. Icorrote styles In dtexs are finding a pl.iee In At.ierlca. If a bre.ikfast slien e terday at tho Missouri Athletic Club to a few out-of-town manufacturers Is an indi cation of the trend of the times About a doren manufacturers wearinc plenant smllis and towels about thir Ioln, feasted on the nearest appro.tch to dog meat that Is to be found in the Aim ti can market iuagc. About S o'clock jesUrday nicirninK the "ftatT!." -wint to the nlinininc pond, and, nfter -t plunge, the meal bewail. DIst.udliiK all .irtlcles of ciIll7'!d drejs, the arrajd themselven UKe the liror tote.s, and with tonus in lieu of breech clotits and siiort aprons, sat down to tho I t feast. A k neroitt suppl of itausage was consumed ".Mote iIok " said the hungry manufac ture rn to. the v.aiters Again the plate of saunairo wa-s passed aiound the tablt, nhlrli onilti.uily is one of the adjuncts of the Turkish luths. Tho imitation Ioirotys, howoer. rouid not bring themselves to an exiJustve. "doc" diet, and washed oow-n the HaiLiaKe with cocktails, and iieasoned It with Indian corn. ATterwards tliey smoked Tho "Ignrrotc" breakfast was a Great eurrot Tor three hours thu undressi d, out not unwashed, "savages' farted, drunk und talkt d. INJURED BY GAS EXPLOSION Frank .Mover Hurt Vhih Woik- ing at the St. Louis DichmmI Beef Com pa n v. A tho result of an explosion at the pistil of the St. 1ouls l)resed Uecf and Pro vision Company. No, 519 Papln street, je". terday aftornoon, iTank Meyer, a steam fitter, was seriously Injured about the head and face. He was removed to the City Hospital. The explosion occurred in the well house, where is located tho pump for the arteMan well which (.upplier tho watr for tho plant. Meier went into the honae. which Is a very small building, to look for some tools and struck a match. He had no sooner lighted the match than theto was an explosion. eaued b the name coming in contact with the i:s with which tho room was filled. Meyer was knocknd down by the foice of the e. p.oslon. Thu ln.'urcd man was flrst temoved to otio of tho nearby buildings, where his wounds were drossed by Doctor Jlobort If. Klader of No. 1410A Old Manchester road. Ho wna then taken to tho City Hospital. JIeyr had been cmplojcd ut the plant for Uie last two we-ks. He Is D years old and lives at No. 1 South Thirteenth street. The report of the explosion was loud, and In view of the fact that a strike Is now going on, there was much excitement until the facta of the matter were learned. INCUBATOR BABY IS NEARLY DEAD Doctor Loeb Bajs Onc-Ponnd In fant Has One Chance in 13,000 to Live. Despite the fact that every pos-ble ef. fort which medical science could suggest has been made to save the life of rJUher Simpson, the one-pound baby which was placed In the Baby Ineubator at the World's Fair grounds a wek ago last Saturday, the physicians declare that death will win out in tho struggle which has been going on. Doctor Ieb, wiio Is in charge of tho baby, stated yesterday that there was but one chance in 5jriO for the child to live, and that it was only a question of hours before all would be. over. Mr. and Mrs. W. It Simpson of Neoga. Ill , the rarenU of llttlo Hstlicr. have bun notified to come si once. Ever since It arrival at the Fair. th little one haw kn In one of the white enamel incubators. Kvery hour it was given a regular meal, width consisted of a drop of diluted milk. Ither was wrapped In cotton and gauze, and with her tiny wiilto rob net oft with bowB of blue silk ribbon, attracted much atten tion, and was the most popular baby in the Incubator. IJttlo lather was undeveloped at birth and weighed but fourteen ounces. It was upon the advice of the family physician that the child was Fent to tho incubator, that being decided upon as th oniv means of saving or even prolonging (ts life. Miss Edna Dougherty of Neoga accom panied the baby to the Fair, anil since Its arrival Miss Helen Kelly, the head nurse, has given all of h"r time to tlio Infajit. ARREST AMERICANS AT ASPHALT BEDS Venezuelan Soldiers, Commanded by n. Conner, Io Vio lence. ernciAL, nr cAnus to tiik bt. uvuis re. PtIDLIC AND Tlin NRW TORK IICHAIa?. Port of Spain, Trinidad, Aug. 7. (Copy right, 1954.) One hundred Venezuelan sol diers v,ent with H. Craxencr, who, an receiver, seized the asphalt beds at Lake Bcrmudez of the New York and Bermu dei Company. The soldiers committed vio lence. Mr. Bartlett, the company's manager at the asphalt beds: Mr. Kulin. Mr. Scott and twenty more Americans, were flrt men aced and then arrested, being detained eight dayr. Stores were looted, and a safe was blown opon. English negroes, who had refused lo work, were forced to do so nt the point of tho btyonet. The Trinidad Government has requested the Foreign Office in London to send gun boat to protect the negroes. I Nt Mom, Till Cirri int far Fea ZJ aca Bask m CM I FrM.1 2J NIXS.Bc ExaahMtlMFrM. MS.T0MTM JUNQL tMI Wits .,. Ut. Fancv Gowns Big Redactions in Prices. Gowns, in various styles; Etamines, Crepe de Chine, Foulards and Taffetas, up to date in ever' way lijjht and dark colors the prices were S35.00 to $100.00; now marked from $15.00 to $40.00. Dress Skirts Also In Broadcloths, Etamines, Voiles, Taffeta";, black and colors, all made over silk drop skirt. Regularly . 25.00 to 850.00 Rfduced'to.S 10.00 to $17.50 Another lot of Dress Skirts, more laricy, in Voiles, Broad cloth, Lace and Crepe dc Chine; white, blue, rjray, black and tan, all made over silk. Kegularlv 840.0.1 to 880.00 Now marked. $20.00 to $40.00 " Sorosis. X.-w Fall Styles in Tan Boots. MoM .snitatili" walking buol made for eaily fall vvr.ir. Jlndf of riioeolnte Viol Kid with liand-w cited flexible Kolpt. Coiu-nion-.Senie or Mllilary heelH. AAA to1, jo -n !'A to X, JO. OV Sorosis Specials. New arrivals in I'atent Viel KM, Uirv or Htition Hfxits, S4.00 Sorosis Custom Boots. lmriorlpd palout ealf, welt colos. Dint kid top.4 A A to 1), "''j to 7 Price So. 00 Pongee length back. Advance Sale of Tailor-Made Suits For Autumn 1904. For several weeks past we have been busy selecting materials and having them made. Six entirely new models in the assortment or au nne j.anor Made Suits. The materials are plain and fancy Cheviots, English Suitings, Fancy Coverts, Checks and Mixtures. All sizes, At $17.50, $20.00, $25.00, $27.50 and $35.00 up to $50.00. Interested Buyers will easily recog nize quite a saving. In addition to these we will offer about 500 new Walking Skirts, $6.00 to $15.00. Elitia Corsets Shown in the following descriptions: Elitia Style E Ot Tvrillr bfUhtc. hand-corwl. arllsHcsl- ' ly Irimmwl "wltli Durlicvw lace and satin ribbon rxnr for RlonuVr flKurn: nUo tlie medium. $2.00 Elitia Style B Of vvhltfi sllk-flsnrrd hntffrt. lwnil K'tretl dip hips trimmed with Duellos'; litre ntul sntln ribbon rosottrf., snltabln for tlio nvrTiipp llgurc S30 Elitia 5tyle C In pink nnd blilf silk flsrnrrd hatistr, flip Iiip, with front nnd sklo j.ar.itelle. ti'Imturrl with wide Duchess lare and bnbv ribbon rowttn; for slender fl(c urcfl. i7.c 18 to 1M $3.50 Elitia Style A In whlto silk fijrtirrd Kitlstf, Irimmrd wllli Val Inrp and ribbon n)Rctt: for slfiidor llBiirrs; alw trivllum. .. ,$5.CO Elitia Style D Whlto silk figured bntistp, lonK hips, front and sld Jaratclicf , with Val. laco and ribhonK $6.75 Elitia Style F For (.lout flsnron, shapely and dnrabl" cnrseli. licaTlIy lKinod. of Imported Krpnrh rtmlllle, bound wllh heavy quality of white satin $7.50 Extra Big Values ToDay in Wool Dress Goods. Same materials as will be worn for the fall season. Reason of their low prices comes from the fact that the colors are not complete. Fancy Wool Suitings, 45 inches wide. regularly $2.00 for 76o Lamb' a Wool Zlbellne, 40 inches, reg ularly $3.00 yardfor $1.00 Scotch Suitings, wide width, regularly 2.00-for $1.00 Fancy Striped KtamliiM, 40 Inches wide, regularly $1.50 for $1.00 Bordered Wool Melange, 40 Inchen wide, regularly $2.00 for $1.00 Kngllsh All-Wool Fanclea, CO inches wide, regularly $2.25 for $1.25 Htnbroldercd French Ktamlnes. regu larly ?2.'J5-for $1.50 Striped Crepe de Paris, 44 Inches wide, regularly $2.00 for $1.50 Two-toned French Etamines, 40 Indies wide, regularly $2.75 and $3.50 for $1.50 All our exclusive Dress Patterns no two alike and always marked from $15 and $18 to-day for $7.50 Pattern New Fall styles are being shown in black and colored Dress Goods. Com plete lines of patterns and designs. Xt4AflZf9 ryAftAlZjri, s BROADWAV - LOCUST Interesting Buying Time. Kvery department showing new oods for Fall; earlier than ever; more varieties than ever; oniv the genuine advance styles. Bargains, also, in every section; fabrics, garments, novelties, souvenirs. Visitors, thus earl-, can supply their autumn needs from the latest importations, and save money when buying- reduced goods. Fashionable Coats, Ulsters and Jackets for Women Reduced Prices. 22 and 24 inch Tan Covert Cloth Jackets, made of fine English covert, handsomely tailored, silk-lined throughout. $20 and $23 Jackets SI5. $25 and 527.50 Jackets $20. $30 and $32.50 Jackets $22.50. Taffeta Silk Blouses, made fitted or loose back with wide crushed girdle, full sleeve, plain tailor-made or trimmed with fancy braids and laces. $20 nnd S25 Jackets $10. $25 and $35 Jackets $15. Three-quarter Lcneth Silk Jackets, tnade in taffeta or pcati de soie silk, plain and fancy trimmed. $30 and S37.50 values for $20. $49 and 545 value $30. Silk Jacket, half or three-quarter , made half-fitted, loose or belted t $25 and $30 values for 15. $40 and $43 values $20. Kull-LenRth Ulster, in pongee, eloria, taffeta and peau dc soie silk, colors tan, blue, brown antl grim metal, half-fitting, loose and tight back, with belt, full sleeves and collarless effect. 520 valuei for $10. $25 and $27.50 values for $20. $40 and $45 values for $30. $60 and $65 values $40. Don't Wash Goods Irish Uimitlts. l.osebtid I.avvns, BatNtes. regularly l!jc and 2fk: yanl n-dtifod for to day lo 10c Embroidered St. Gall Dotted Swlts, In while ground1), with black and colored dots; nsti.il ly ,"i0c and 00c jard redurc.il to-day to, yard..25o anil 35o Washable Grenaillnei, In elab orate open-work style; thli senson'H importation; all solid black; usually 113c to COe re duccd tn 20a Trench MImof.ii, that iiopitlar llgbt-welght, hcmstltrhed fal ric. In good rntiue of eoioi. beautiful designs; usually ,V)c yard to-day 26r. Anderson's best Gliighnins. Madr: and stripes; usually 2,'e, 35c. 40c yard Foreign Embroidered Paris Unen Hobo Patterns, with exiiiMte hand -worked band trim mings; usually $.W0 curb reduced to $12.50 Five Linen Holies; some plain, hand-woven linen: others Willi band tilintnlngs; usually S15.00, ?20.W and .SLT.OC-re-duced lo $7.50 Summer Blankets. Comforts and Bedspreads. Some are sDilcd from handling, others arc per fectly fresh and clean. Odds and ends that will go on sale to-day greatly reduced. Comforts. Kllkoline Comforts, tilled with pine white cotton, light and Huffy, regularly SI. ,1."-for 9Hc Silkoline Comforts, tilled witli lest quality of while cotton, double bl nb.f, regularly $1.05-for S1.20 blankets. KM White Cotton Bummer Hlankets, regularly $1.00 for G5r 10-1 White Cotton Summer Hlankets, regularly $1.25 for 75c 10-1 White Cotton Summer Hlankets, regularly $1.50 for 05o 10-4 Cray Wool Hlankets. Kg ulnrly S3.50 for $2.75 11-1 Gray Wool Hlankets. reg ularly $5.00 for $3.50 11-1 Cray Wool Hlankets. reg ularly $0.00-for $4.00 10-4 Scarlet Wool Hlankets. legulnrly $4.50 for $3.00 JO-4 Scarlet Wool niankctx, regularly $0.00 for. ...$4.00 KM Scarlet Wool Blankets, i egularly $7.50-for $5.00 10-4 Scarlet Wool Blanket. regularly $8.00 for $0.00 11-4 Scarlet Wool Hlankets. regula rly $!).00-ror $7.00 10-1 White Wool Blanket", regularly $.'1.50 for $2.75 11-4 White Wool Hlankets, i egularly $4.50 for $3.25 10-4 White Wool Riankets, regularly $7.50 for. .. .$5.00 11-1 White Wool Blanket. regularly $7.50 for $5.00 11-4 White Wool Blankets. regularly $8 Oo-for $5.50 10-4 White Wool Blankets. regularly $8.00 for $6.00 11-1 White California Wool Blankets, regularly $y.00 for $6.00 32-1 White California Wool Blankets, regularly $11.00 for $0.50 14-1 White Wool BIauk"l, regularly $9.00 for $0.50 11-1 White Wool California Blankets, regularly $10.00 -for $7.50 yo - OLIVE- Exceptional Bargains in Fine Waists. S3.50 and S4.08 Waists at $2.00. Extra tini- T-nns-trlnimf-fl with Val. Iacs, StcIbs mbrn!l-t-n-" mod illlcns op n bark ani front worth 13 30 and t f"0 ra lo price $2.00. $5.00 and $5.50 Waists $2.50. Vrv sheer latvns. rlittrd Swiss and nllover fronts of fin 'mbrold'ry. band of tucking .ind fin embroidery and Val. laros l.irso variety of Mjles. oren hack and front regu larly woith Hth and J3.V all s'zes at $2.50. S2.25 Waists $1.25. lire shoe- lanns. trimmed with medallions ?nrl embroidery and various size tucks button front and back regularly north Sii; to KtiU, at 51.25. $2.50 Waists $1.50. Sheer lavvns and linons, tuckid and trimmed with embroid 'ij and fagoting regularly worth J2W and i",Z, at $1.50. $6.50 Waists $4.00 $10.50 Waists $7.50 $7.50 Waists $4.50 $14.50 Waists $9.00 S8.50 Waists $6.00 $43.03 Waists 525.00 I China Silk Waists and Wrappers. Whit China Silk Shirt Waists, with fronts of Bngllsii m- laiil(l-ry regular Ji&i vv.ii-ds. reductd lo. sl.'I.OO White China Wnlsts. with tutkud front and Kick SS (M and $.'.7) waists J3.no White China Waist", tucked front and 1 ack and trimmed In Urge medallion In float Jlu.O waist? f.'.lMl Pongee W'alsts, were $SW, reduced to . Pongee Wait. were Sll'.W. reduced to ".So Pongee Waist", weie SUM), reduced to JJIO.Oll White l.-iivn antl Dimity Wrappuc. with pink, blue, M-iek llmiii" ami dot", v.ne 14 .Viand J. DO. reduced to... .;:.r,0 I'ainv Colon il Oruandv Wiapper. eijtorately tiimmcil In lic. w.-ro SI w and J.vw. r'llucil to . Klll.oil lnslng fc.ccue Suit" 't HI W. J.'O u and 12SO). r- duced to ' """"'amUKa Miss the Bargains. Printed Trench Jacona. In new delgn and exquisite olorings; regularly ,r)0c .vard -reduced to-day to 10c Embroidered St. Gall Swiss with elaborate ornamentation, in 3'J-inch width; white and tinted grounds; usually $1.0( and $1.25 reduced to.. ..35c Taney Open-Work Washable Grenadine, In black and whlto and black; usually C'c lo 75c yard reduced for to- 1 day's celling to. ynrd 35c 1 Trench Piques, in exquisite I Miades of pink, mai, etc.; a good fabric: regularly Wle I .vard reduced to IBe is Cloth, Oxfords, etc.. in chrrk: and .rilc reduced to the one price. 10c Robes. Jlmbmldered Kobe: theUrt are cut out and joined: the embioiilered ornamentation on these Is cushion work and is all over; they are the most elaborate and costly wash goods robes ever shown pre viously In St. Louis: they usually fcell at $45.00 and 550.00 reduced to $25.00 12 1 White Wool California BlaJiket. regul.trlv $12 00- for $9.00 12 4 White Wool California Blankets, regularly $15.00 - ror $12.00 11-1 While Wool California Blanket, regularly S 17.50 - for $13.50 14-4 Wiilte Wool California Blankets, regularly $20.00 for $15.00 141 While 'Wool California Blanket?, regularly $22 50 - for $17.50 14-4 While Wool California Blankets regularly $25.00 for $18.50 Crochet and Marseilles Bedspreads. Double-bed size White Crochet Spreads, regularly 00c for 65n Ponble-lved size White Crochet Spreads, i egularly $1.25 for 90o Doublc-brd size White Crochet Spreads regularly $1.50 for $1.10 Double.bfd size White Crochet Spreads, regularly $2.00 for $1.50 Double-bed size White Crochet duced stock. Spreads, regularly $2.25 for $1.75 Double-bed size Crochet Spreads, $1.75- for , Double-bed size Crocbet Spreads, $2.25-for Double-bed size Crochet Spread", $2.75-ror Double-bed size Crochet Spreadb, $3 00-for Double-bed sbe Satin Miirhflllf., $3.50-for Double-bed size FrlnsiMl regularly ...51.25 Filnged regularly $1.75 Fringed regularly ....$2.00 Fringed regula i lv- ....$2.50 Hemmed tegiiiarly ....$2.75 r Hemmed Satin Marseilles Spreads, reg ularly 4.00 for $3.00 Double-bed size Fringed Satin Marseille, cut corners, regu larly $4.00-for $3.00 Double-bed size Fringed Satin .Marseilles Spreads, regularly $5.00 for $3.50 Women's Wash Dresses. Th materials are llnena. lawns, dlmlj ties, organdies sixes are broken ana mu?ed worth JT.CO and $1000-for $3.00 and $4.00. Dre?ss worth J23 an"l 127.59 now markej $10.00. DreseF that were 000, J35W and $40 09 reduced to $15.00. Our Handsome Summer Dresses, including" several that were J5. ICO CO up to 175(0. redured to $25.00. All our Wash Dress Skirts are Included in this sale. Reduced Prices Women's Neckwear Keiutifui Neckwear, distinguished for having eome from Paris, sno prominent to-daj for th exceptionally low prices marked Lacs and Chiffon Ruffs All Direct from Paris j: n3ut for OOP $' value for If I W SS.S0 to HVI vslue for 1 IM MM to SI2M value for 2 6 Mm to JlIE'i value for .SBtW 35' to JISM value for 5.00 Illonse Fronts. S'. c.v alu for 1MK Jkil valu-i for 3 0l HUM valuta for i.$& OO latvrn Collars. tl'V) to :- values StSo H i'Ji val ie for IHC ;', lo Jl'n values for SOo Jnbots. Jilrt vatje 25o Vttn uir 75o :io.V) tu jsm vj:um sil.M lZ.jt to V.-J) value ai.Bll :: valu for 4.tH I.aure Collars. t1) to XI C value 26Vi X9M to St 09 value SOo 17 l to JiW values IM liJ to J7M valuta )l.DI 7S Milk Srarfa for 2Sc. s:i to J100 Hlk Searfs for IM- ) to SI , silk Scarf? for 7oe Ostrich and Marmboat I'catlier Bosi. Siv TIif.. SCO t"M vaIue..KHI.OO tl2.i value..) .1 M si00 value.. S.OO SUM vclii'i.. -.'( US 00 value. .Itl.OO !;;) val J-..H21.IKI jtooa ralue..KIO.OW Itnen Trimmlnsis. Hand Enbrolder.'. ".or- ant SI t" raluen 1I tl jr. nrt Sl.M valuee atjo II 7j ani I.'7; value- (K) Point Vrnlse Lace Bands lllc. 4!)c and TSe Bonnet's Black Silks. Especially finished and branded to commemorate the great World's Fair. By special appointment, we are the ajjents for the sale of these celebrated silks in St. Louis. Black Silks Specially matte and bramdad "Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904," Expressly for Scrujyjrs, Vandervoort & Barney and highly recommended for wear. The new weaves desirable for Gowns, Coats or Sep arate Skirts: Taffetas Indestructible. Loulsioa Brilliant. Loulslenne Moderne. Duchease Mousse! iae. Waist Department Is ready with many entirely new ideas or earlv autumn in Fancy Flannels, Velvet, Silk, Lace and Crepe de Chine At Very Moderate Prices. White Goods Prices Go Down. Some arc half reduction some formerly $1.00 now 25c. To-day's selling includes the season's best styles. Fancy lace-stripc Swisses, nnitable for drapery, regularly 15c for.... .8 l-3a Fancy laee-strlpe India Ll'non, fo shirt walsta and treet dresses, regu larly 25c yard for 12He Sheer and Fancy Tucklnss, 75c and $1.00 values for 25o 28-Inch Unen Suitings, popular for shirt-waist suits and separate ritlrts; regularly 50c yard for 25o Mercerized Barego Voile and Armure, for shirt waists, 60c and 75c rpgulnr- ly for 35o Vlaln Canvas Suiting, regularly 20r. yard for IZHo Tlaln and Fancy Pique for skirts and shirt-waist suits, regulnrly 40c yar for 28o 32-Inch Fancy Pebble Shirt-Waist Suits, regularly 35c yard for 15e Some Bargains in Silk Petticoats You can profit by this selling of odd lots. Prices broken lots have been re because we want to clean Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, good quality, with plaited ruffle and ruche $4.68 Colored Petticoats, cardinal, roe. hello and dark maroon, regularly S12.50 to $18.50only a few $9.75 High-class Novelty Petticoat, in light blue, regularly $50.00 reduced to $16.80 White Taffeta Petticoat, trimmed elaltorately In ecru lace, regularly S5O.0O to-day for $24.50 up Fine Undermuslins Reduced. Wc have an assortment of Muslin Underwear that we shall sell below the manufacturers cost. Included are Drawers, Chemise, Corset Covers, Knee Skirts and Petticoats. i ' i V 1 km H&H ft .u Vi W. Wfe3s .SX J& 'j..v?v !?.. V-m--V- i -'-'Cti ,?..- 3 . I 1 ' . -?h , .ft J S-fe