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It Requires Something More Than Money to Make a Man. One Woman Has the Courage to Act on Her Con victions. £he Gives a Brace of Young- Rakes the Cold Shoul der. Society in the Closet Looking Over Its Wardrobe Be tween Prayers. In discussing the graceless attendant of a young woman at the dinner table one day last week, Capt. Castle, of Still water, eplgranimatically expressed the fatality that attends a man who has nothing but his money to recommend him to a woman's favor. "You don't tell me she means io marry him," ex claimed the captain. ••Why not?" was the reply; "he has half a million." ••What if he has? you can put a half million in mv old hat, but it's an old hat still." •"- * * A woman who has been considerably, and in each instance very happily mar vied, was lately instructing a couple of girls in matrimonial tactics with a view to perfecting them in the art of manag ing a man. "You must flatter him, my dears, flatter him as a prohibitionist drinks— early and often; and you can't make it too strong. Why, I flatter Horace till his head swims. He knows I'm do ing it— knows I'm doing it all the while: but he'll laugh and look so silly and feel so good-natured 1 can get anything out of him 1 want. There's nothing like it. Young men work for it. middle-aged men dance for it, and old men will have it at any price. Don't ever try to get along without it in your homes, but give your husband his daiiy apportionment of flattery, just as regu larly as your dog is" fed his bone, and the only thing you will want will be the luxury of an ungratified desire." ■* * There is one woman in this town who lias the courage to act on the general conviction that the same intolerance should be shown the man as the woman who sins. This brave woman, Mrs. 1)—. lives in a pretty flat, and takes her meals at a boarding liouse where the table is (dis)graced by two young men of popular average immorality. ~ Mrs. 3) — has often decidedly expressed her disapproval of their rakish propensities, and has declared that, though they are visitors at this, that and the other fine house, they would never be admitted to her home. Not long ago at the supper table, one evening, she gave a general invitation to her fellow boarders to come into her parlor and play cards, which invitation was accepted in as general manner as it was given. When she and her husband had retired to their apartments he said to her. "J believe So-and-so and So-and so"—naming the men his wife disap proved "intend coming in with the others." '"Well, I guess they will not dare," she returned, "they understand perfectly the estimate l have of them." Nevertheless, when the others arrived they intimated that the tabooed men had considered themselves included in the invitation, and intended com ing later. The woman said nothing, but when there was a ring at the door she notified her husband that she would answer it, and went to face the sinners. "What do you wish," she asked, iv reply to their effusive "Good evening." Somewhat taken back, they answered, "We understood you to ask us all in to play cards to-night." "1 said nothing of the sort," was the cool retort; "I never ask to my home men whose morals I despise. Good evening." She shut the door and returned to her guests a- it nothing had happened. The sequel should be that the men walked right off in a fit of remorse to join the White Cross movement Hut they didn't. They ejaculated. "What an uncommonly un civil woman," and went down town for i chink. IN SACKCLOTH AND ASHES. Society in the Closet Looking Over its Wardrobe Between Prayers. "I'm sure I don't know what 1 would do without Lent," said a pious young woman on her way home from church the other day. "It is the only time that one can exclusively, and with a clear conscience, devote herself to prayer and meditation on a new wardrobe." There has been little else going on the past week. Among the few events was the masquerade ball given the Sunday school children of the Mount Hebron congregation at Standard hall Monday evening. Between seventy-five and one hundred little folks appeared in cos tumes remarkable for their original conception and clever execution. A grotesque scent- they made. There was everything to be enjoyed, from a bunch of bananas labeled "A Donation for Supper," to Haverly's minstrels, who were present in all their glory. A de nture nun and devout monk moved to the music side by side, and on improp erly familiar terms with these religious persons were a cowboy from Texas. Topsy in duplicate, and five clowns. But the most unique feature of the picture . was the five Dakota sufferers, whocame straight from an emigrant train, with two babies, ami all their earthly pos sessions tied in two .-mall bundles, Which were strung over the shoulders of two of the men. Heading the pro cession was a little old man, wearing around his neck a placard begging sub scriptions, ami bringing up in the rear was a younger man. who distributed hand-bills imploring liberal donations, and promising "If you treat us well we will bring all our relations over— so help us Isaac* N. E. Solomon, who had charge of affairs, conferred upon the representatives of the press present. the honor of adjudging the prizes, were awarded to tiie most, original group, the most comical group," the most original individual, the most comic one and the best dressed one. It was a difficult matter to decide. All the characters were so well sustained that the judges were only certain that they could be just to any if the others we're not there. As a near approach to jus tice, however, the Dakota Sufferers were given the prize allotted to the most original group: llaverlj's Min strels, the most comical; the Bunch of Bananas, the most original individual: the Cobbler, the most comic, and the Oyster the best dressed. These clever impersonators on unmasking proved to be Leo Frank, Nathan frank, Helen Frank, Mamtnie Frank. David Aberle, Eddie Aberle and Willie Aberle, the Dakota Sufi'er ers; Milton Rice, Hairy Rothschild, Willie Rice and Leo Rothschild, Hav erly's Minstrels; Ella Dittenhofer, the Oyster: Charley Bergfeld. the Cobbler; Lewis Bernheimer, tiie Hunch of Ba nanas. Puises of money were divided among the groups. Master Bergfeld received a handsome silver inkstand: Master Bernheimer an alligator-covered album on unique easel, and little Miss Dittenhoffer, whom ' Mr. Solomon proclaimed one of the brightest scholars in Sunday school, re ceived a pretty plush toilet case and work box combined. Between the shells of an oyster Miss Sittenhofcr walked, wearing a white satin dress veiled with lace, sash of satin and pearl necklace. Conspicuous among the other gay young masqucradets were Miss .Jennie Sternberg in gentleman's full evening dress and silk hat. as bride groom to her sister, Miss Sadie, who was as dainty a little bride as ever wore 6 trained white satin gown shrouded with dotted net and the folds of a long white veil; Master; Arniold Hess, such a perfectly equipped Texas cowboy . that a woman was half afraid of him till she caught a glimpse of the pleasant young face that beamed under his flar ing sombrero: Flora Sternberg, Louie Frankel, Willie Hess, Adoli. Mock, Sadie Plechner, Moses Fautte/ Louis Lowenstein, Norman Goodman, Nathan Hose, Edgar Smith, Laura Goodman, Harry Morganstern, lima Wirth, Har old Davis, Sam Dittenhofer, -Stella Korach, Day and Sidney Oakes, Pansy Taski, Edith Solomon, Birdie Lyon, Eva Davis, Elsie Mannheimer, Nora Harry, Edward Harris, Mamie and Helen Frank, Nettie Kellar, Francis Goodman, Gertie Strouse, Lillie Lowen stein, Irene Schwab and Dora Krone. The young folks danced until midnight, with an intermission at 10 o'clock,when they sat down to a delicious supper. A large number of their elders were pres ent to witness their pleasure and to make merry with them. Delights of the Drama. The Philomathean society, of the Uni versalis! church gave evidence of their histronic ability last Tuesday night at the Standard. "Lost in London" was very creditably presented with the fol lowing cast of characters: Job Arm royd, a miner, G. 11. Nutting; Gilbert Featherstone, E. R. Stivers; Benjamin Blaisiker, W. T. Van Torx; Jack Long- Bones, a miner, G. H. Ingham; Topps, A. F. Brand; Dragglehorpe, Miss lota Brown: Flounce. Miss Florence Whit ney: Nellie Armroyd, MissAllie Hart DFollowiug the dramatic entertain ment, dancing was the order of the evening. Among those who enjoyed the double delight of the entertainment were Mesdames E. 11. Milham, W. S. Vail, L. French, Upham, George Harper, Craig, Dr. In n, Helham, Richards, Farwell, Hart, Bohrer, F. B. Doran, Whitney, Trowbridge, Cros by, E. M. Woodburv; Misses Anna Carey, Gertrude Whit ney, Upham, Searies, Florence, Whitney, Trowbridge, Ella Richards, Kellogg. Nettie Jones, Hattie and May Strong, Emma Sherman, Carrie Wiley, May ilughson, Louise Upham, Jennie Fish, A. A. Woodbury. Some of the gentlemen present we're Messrs. Ing ham, French, A. Johuson. George Sher in, Fred Upham, G. 11. utting,Charles Erhait,C.S.llorton, Driebert, Joe White, Eugene Ramaley. George Aune, Clif ford, L. French, George Harper, Foster, D. S. Sperry, Helham, Richards, Far well. Hart. Clark Davison, Rohrer, F. B. Doran, Parmlee, Trobridge, J. Green, J. 11. Ramaley, 1. Heinz, 11. Snell, Rude, F. White, Brand, Nutting, Kel logg. Churchill, Wilson, Burr, Fink, Lambert. Rickett, Russell, Bascom, Blakely, llarte, Craig, Dr. Quinn, Col. E. H. Milham and Rev. W. S. Vail. Delightful Hours. "The Nippowins'' gave the fourth of their series of dances at K. of P. hall last evening, when a large number of members of the club and their friends passed several delightful hours dancing t > the music of Will's orchestra. The reception committee were Mr. and Mrs. E 11. Milham, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crescy, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McLaren. Messrs. J.E.King, R. C. Neuenschwander, J. A. Esher, G. J. Ilewson, E. C. Eshelbv and O. J. Cook performed the duties of floor managers to the satisfaction of every one, while Messrs. E. H. Milham, A. G. Johnson and G. J. Hewson looked after all the arrangements. Those present were: Col. and Mrs. Milham, Mr. and .'Mrs. Radcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie r, Mr. and Mrs. Crescy, Mr. and Mrs. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Sworn, Air. and Mrs. A. G. John son, Mr. and Mrs. Streiter, Mrs. Charles Stanley, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. King. Misses Schroede, Oliver, Glendive, Waltz, Kidder, Knott, Pier son, Bross. Foley. Hurst. Grant. Huxta ble, Beatty, Burrows, Perrier, and Messrs. ll ustad.. Marshall, Cook, lies son. Wurtheimer, Eshelby, Pierson, Oliver, Nagel, Covington, Fulton, Fre denburg and Greene. An Informal Dance. Members of Garfield and Acker posts and the Ladles* auxiliary enjoyed an nformal dance at G. A. R. hall last Wednesday evening. Among those present were Mesdames George G. Brown, B. Lawrence. Mitchell. C. T. Jenkins, J. White, L. Robinson, M.Jen kins, Misses Hattie Jenkins, Tissard, Annie Lawrence, Miller, Lohlker, AVil son, and Messrs. George G. Brown. A. Jenkins, George Temme, L. and A. Robinson, Eyles, Kavenaugh, D. Sir rine. Will Hall, G. W. Robinson, T. F. Willoughby, D. W. Evans, C. E. Mes senger, J. A. Shields and Commander Austin. Festive Patriarchs. The Patriarchal Circle gave a pleas ant dance at Standard hall Thursday evening. The managing committee was composed of J. 11. Waller, Dr. Alex. Donald and R.E.Stone; recep tion committee, E.W. Durant. Capt. W. S. Lyons, 11. M. Miller, J. B. Baker, W. Foufke, ('. W. Slay ton, George D. Tait, I). S. Sperry; .Edward Scott, J. J. Cor coran. Thomas Riley, J. S. Me- Cullough; floor committee, W. 11. Hart, 11. S. Meeker. G. A. Doran, George D. Davis, F. M. Penny, A. P. Balham, George A. Kellar. ' Some of those present were Dr. and Mrs. Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Tait, Cyl. and Mrs. Radcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. W.ll. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Misses May Kellar, Kenyon, Trow bridge, Ryan, Martin. Croll, Mortan. Taylor, . IcAdams, Ada MeAdams, Ban* and Messrs. Birchall, Chamber lain, Van order, Clifford, George Kel lar. Ballou, Baker, Fitzgerald, Dr. Pax ton and Dr. Emmert. At Unity Church. Unity club gave a pleasing dramatic and musical entertainment at the club room, for the benefit of Unity church, Friday evening. The opening piano sold by Mrs. Carson was followed by a farce. "The Soup Tureen." presented by Miss Ames, Messrs. Clark and Ames. After another solo by Miss Carson, Miss Shelley sang "Love's Sorrow," and was followed by Mis. Brooks with a zither solo that was appreciatively encored. The entertainment concluded with the farce, "A Likely Story," well given by M s. Brooks, Misses Lan .worthy, Howe and Ames, Messrs. Ames and Brooks. Birthday Festival. A very pleasant party was given Fri day evening by Miss Carrie Rollert at her residence, 174 Dousman street, in honor of her birthday. Those present were Misses O. Keefe, Helen Werner, Borman, Newman, Lydia Miller, Katie and Ida Foos, Emit Kinsler, Mr. and Mrs. John Foos, M. C. McCaffrey, Mr. and Airs. .J. E. Connors, Mrs. Faulkner, Messrs. I. Wagner, John Dougherty, 11. Smith, Sam Newman. John Mathies, .John Jarshishek, Edward Ekman. Fred Foos, Will Foos, William Lick and • Meis. In Honor of Her Guest. A very enjoyable progressive euchre party was given Thursday evening, by Miss Mollie Carmody, at 609 Jackson street, in honor of her guest. Miss Ella Peckham, of Ashland, Wis. The head prizes were won by Miss Alice Road . and A. W. Brawley; progressive prizes, by Miss Peckham and Mr. Andy, and the lone hand prizes were carried away by Miss Hutson and Utley Curtice. A feature of the evening was the dainty refreshments served at 10:i_), after which the game went on with renewed inter est. The pleasant home was decorated with flowers in great profusion. Those ! present were: Misses Ella Peckham, Nutson, Brawley, Katie Alclntyre, Mc- Donough. Callahan, Alice and Lillie <!>at field. Rood. Maud Guernon, Buell, ami Messrs. George Hull, Andy Mus seter, Harry Lehr, Rainey, Rood. E. E. McDonald, "Brawley, Utley Curtice, Dr. Richardson,' . Dr. Wood, and Air. and Mrs. Wyand. : . Before She Left. Miss Clarpatti Snowe gave a party last Thursday evening prior to her depart ure to Philadelphia. Cards and danc ing furnished fun for the evening. ; Among those present were Misses THE SAINT PAUL DAILY GLOBE: SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 24 1889.— SIXTEEN PAGES. Earle, of Minneapolis; ■-. Misses Shawe, Misses Marine, Misses Delrv, Stone, - Howes, Westley, Stanley, * Gilbert, Douglas," Edwards, Harmon, v Whit comb, Bell. Clark, White, Hunt. Mad dern, Gary, Southland, Hankev -and Warner; Messrs. Mead, Milton, Brack et, Ladder, Bushnell, Starrs,- Otis, Tay lor, Davies,- Wilson, Miller, Reltiz,* Simmons, Wright, Lealy, Lothrop, Spaulding, Armstrong, Dorfore, Grant, Daily and Wileburg. Misses Marine will give a party Satur day evening at Munn's hall, March 23. Dancing will be the feature of the evening, also cards. - ff.-;. ~ Mrs. Alfred Snowe and daughter Clarpatti, G. J. Snowe an d W. A. Snowe will leave next Friday for their old home in the East, to be gone tor the summer. Their residence will be oc cupied by Mr. and Mrs. Kingslaud. HOPES BEYOND. A Few Rays of Light to Brighten the Coming Week. : The Acorn club has prepared an in structive programme for next Thurs day evening at 9s East Fourth street. The Eleventh Hour. - Mrs. E. J. Hodgson, of West Fourth street, will entertain the Eleventh Hour Euchre club Tuesday evening. The Kangaroos. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mahler, of Virginia avenue, will entertain the Kangaroo club next Friday evening. - To Promote Dyspepsia. A salad social will be given by the ladies of the People's church at the Church parlors next Friday evening. Music will be rendered by the Banjo club. Ladies* Aid Society. The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's Church will meet with Mrs. I. X. Snow, of Ashland avenue, next Tuesday after noon. Orthodox Delight. The ladies of tbe East Presbyterian church will give a musical and literary entertainment, assisted by the Whatso ever club of Hazel Park, Friday even ing, March 29. A Curio Sociable. There will be a curio sociable in the parlors of Park Congregational church Thursday evening, March 2S. All are cordially invited. St. Andrew's Entertainment. Probably the most attractive and enjoyable programme in the series of popular entertainments arranged by the members of this society will be given next Thursday evening, March 28, in Society hall, corner Tenth and St. Peter streets. Several new features are noticable in the programme in ad dition to specially selected Scotch songs, airs and Highland character dancing. The following ladies and gentlemen will take part in the musical and liter ary part of the entertainment, and their names will be a sufficient guarantee to insure the largest gathering of the season, viz: Miss Louie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. De Wolf, Miss Nellie Hone, Miss Withridge, Miss Scotton, Miss lneor, Messrs. Garland, Swift, Mer rill, Willoughby, Whelan, W. F. My ron, J. C. Myron and R. Howden. Prof. Titconib will act as accompanist. Re freshments and dancing will follow, as usual, and Prof. Will's orchestra.will be .in attendance. Allan Brown is chairman of committee on "arrange meuts. Not Expected. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Epperly were agreeably surprised Saturday by their many friends, it being their ninth wed ding anniversary. Among those pres ent were: Lieut, and Mrs. Me tz, Mr. - 16 East Third Street, St. Paul, Minn, Invites attention this week to a SPRING IMPORTATION -: OP 1 — — _ For Ladies, Gents aud Children, in the best foreign and domestic makes at lowest prices. Good Cotton Yarn Hose, 25c. Balbriggan Hose, - . .-.- 35 c Sea Island Thread Hose, 50c. Real Lisle Thread Hose, 50c & 75q We are sole agents for the real CLEAN FAST HOSIERY - . Which will wear and improve in beauty in washing. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Full Regular-Made Hosiery, - 15 and 25c 25 doz. Ladies' Fancy, Plain and Drop-Stitch Lisle Hose, - 50c Gents' British and Balbriggan Half Hose, ..-'.,-■■ - 18c, 20c and 25c gg^A BIG- BARGAIN 100 Doz. Ladies' Leal Lisle Thread Vests, 25c Each ! A complete line of Ladies', Children's and Gents' Underwear of every description, in Merino. Balbriggan, Lisle and Silk. ' , ' La dies' Jersey Ribbed Silk Vests, 75c, 85c and $1.00! ATTRACTIVE BARGAIN SAEE OF ~ -\i ' KID GLOVES! In 100 Dozen Royal 5 -Button Embroidered... 75© SO Dozen Patricia .-Button Embroidered 95c 30 Dozen Louvre 7-lloolc. Foster Patent . . .*. , .* $!.._> 25 Dozen Biarritz -Button T.cugtli 95cl 15 Dozen Treville 8-Button Itlousquetairc. Embroidered... Sole Agents for the Adrienne Real Kid Glove. \ - 4 Button, $1.25; 6-Button, $1.50. Also the best lines of Undressed Kid Gloves made. Gloves Warranted! and Fitted. Headquarters for all the best makes of CORSETS, Including the P. D. Corset and Ferris, Good-Sense Waist. : OTJR, — X/EXJSI-.llsr— XJ3STI3EK,W^3jf_.R We have made to our special order of the best materials, lock-stitch _r r .: sewing, nicely trimmed and well finished. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN -■■■-' :'J." I ' Linen Laces and Embroideries, i- H. New Ribbons, Laces, Ruchmgs, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Aprons and White Goods and Mrs. S. A. Clark, • Mr. - aud Mrs. Ott, * Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrow, " Mr: and Mrs. Bouncy,' Mr. and Mrs. M. Merrill, Mr. ; and Mrs. Drecko, Mr. and* Mrs. Kooth, Mrs. Atwood, Misses Haupt, Frlkner, Boseraan, Sophia Haupt, Metz dorf, Miller, Kooth, Jones, Anna Haupt, G. A. Strong, H. S. Bigslev, J.W. Hardy, T. O'Leary, R. A. Ringwald, F. H. Haupt, H. Youst, F. Mansfield, H. R. Atwood, F. Foos, W. Lick and W. Foos. OURSELVES AND GUESTS;^ : Moveiueuts of People In and Out of Town. ' _lil.' '■ Mrs. Alfred Snowe and daughter Clarpatti, G. J. Snorve and- W^A. Snowe will leave next Friday for their old home in the East, where they , will spend the summer. During their, ab sence their home will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Kingsland. ' . - j . , Miss Genie A. Cowles, who has been the guest of Miss A. A. Sturdevant for some time past, left for her home in Southbury, Conn., Friday evening. *■ Through an oversight Miss Lily Abra hamson was not mentioned ashaviug been present at the masquerade ball at the Standard on Monday evening. i~ Mrs. J. D. Lawler, of Mitchell, Dak., is visiting her parents, Gen. and Mrs. Sturgis, at 427 Portland avenue. >.; Misses Stone and Earles, of Minneap olis, were in the city last Thursday to attend Mrs. Snorw's party. Mrs. George A. Libby and daughter, of Mitchell, Dak., are visiting Mrs. H. B. Farnell, of Selby avenue. Picere Cahill, of Fox Lake. Wis., vis ited his cousin, W. J. Preston, the past week, on his way to Dakota. Miss Lota Jenks and Miss Roach, of Larimore, Dak., are visiting friends in Washington and Baltimore. Miss Mary Hill and Miss Lillian Ellis are enjoying a visit with friends at Chi- - cago and Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond with their family and servants have gone abroad for an indefinite stay. Miss Susie L. Jones left Monday even ing for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Burlington, 10. Miss Mabel de Groat, of Excelsior, is visiting her friend, Miss Mac Stanton, of this city. Miss Ella Peckham, of Ashland, Wis., is a guest of Miss Carmody, at GOT Jack sou street. Mrs. M. L. McCormack, of Bismarck, is visiting Mrs. E. A. Whitaker, of Olive street. f*v Mrs. J. T. N. Van der Yelde. of East Fifth street, was in Anoka last week. Mrs. P. K. Wiser, of Mankato. is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Maxfield. Mr. Kelley, of the firm of Kelley & Riley, Lake Crystal, is in the city. Mrs. W. Grover and Miss Annie Davis visited in Mankato the past week. Mrs. W. R. Merriam ' will give an elaborate dinner party after Lent. * Mrs. W. H. Coleman, of Ashland ave nue, left for the East yesterday. G. J. Snowe will give a card party to his bachelor friends next week. A. P. Wallick and family left for Grand Rapids, Mich., Friday. Mis. F. A. Carle, of Washington, D. C., is visiting friends in town. J. J. Parker and family left last week for a visit in Michigan. Miss Marine gave a dancing party a Munn's hall last night. Miss Fannie Leigh, of Eden Prairie, who has been spending the last month with Miss DatTrewbridge, has returned home. Mrs. Frank well left Tuesday .for Wallula, W. T. .. Mrs. Thomas Cochran Jr., has cone to New York. ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tarbox are in New York city. >• Harry Hope went to Kansas City' Fri day. "> ■■• Gen. Hammond and party went to Chicago Friday. " :.',... W. P. Murray is in Chicago. A FULL Measure OF ATTRACTIONS FOR Spring 1 Summer, HOSIERY! GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND SUN UMBRELLAS! DEPARTMENT. • The bargains we offered last week in Ladies', Chil dren's and gentlemen's MAG IC BLACK . NON- CROCKING HOSIERY will be continued this week. Prices are: 25c, 35c, 50c. Same quality sold last sea son at 45c, 60c, 87c. In connection with the sale of NON CROCKING BLACK HOSIERY we will offer the GREATEST BARGAIN in un bleached grounds Bayadere and pin-striped hosiery ever placed on our counters. These light stripes are made of the finest and best yarns. -The stockings are very fine, extra long, elastic, and DOUBLE HEELS and TOES. Just the thing for ordinary wear. The regular retail price has been 40c and 50c per pair; for this week we will sell them at the extremely low price of PER PAIR B jA. PER PAIR PER PAIR I ■_■ PER PAIR per PAIR _ Wfg^l'EU pair PER pairl^^Wpek PAIR 1,000 dozen CHILDREN'S SCHOOL HOSE, in colors and black, which sold readily at 30 and 35c per pair last sea son; for this week, in all sizes, TWO PAIRS FOR 25c. OOE3STTS' Special for This Week. 100 dozen Gents' Night Shirts, trimmed, 50c. 75 dozen Gents' Night Shirts 75c; fully as good as the usual $1 quality. 50 dozen Gents' Night Shirts trimmed with Cash's wide embroidery and edge; would be considered cheap at $1.25; this week, $1. Boys' Shirt Waists in hand some new spring patterns. Blouse Waists in French Flannel; very handsome pat terns. .*■:-.--". 100 dozen plain and stripe Balbriggan Half-Hose at 25 c. GENTS' BLACK HALF-HOSE! « Every pair warranted not to crock or fade. Balbriggan, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c. Lisle Thread, 50c and 60c. Be Latest imported Novelties in PARASOLS SUN UMBRELLAS. Handsome Brocades, Pon gees, Moires, China Silks,with rich embroidered Persian borders in all the late color ings; Gold, Silver, Oxidized and Natural Wood Handles, in novel and fantastic shapes. Directoire and Empire Styles New ideas in Carriage Par asols. Novelties in Misses' and Children's Sun Shades. I - 3ff"Mail Orders r Latest Spring and Summei on application. THIRD AND MApHEIMEfr BRO 9, ■ -atL_ x 3mm% — I3BWBB— WJ ' ■ -OF- — • BLACK GROS GRAIN! BLACK SURAHS! BLACK SATINS! BLACK AMU RES I BLACK RH AD AMES! BLACK FAILLES! And BLACK PEAU DE SOIE ! AX ASSORTMEXT OF RELIABLE BLACK SILKS EQUAL TO ANY RETAIL STOCK IX THE COUNTRY ! 10 Pieces Black Surah Silk at 50 cents per yard. 12 Pieces Black Surah Silk at 60 cents per yard. Regatta Black Surahs at 75c, 90c and $1.00. BLACK PEAU DE SOIE. Soft, Lustrous, Beautiful, the Most Fashion able Silk of the Season, at $1.25, $1.40 and $1.50. BLACK GROS GRAIX DRESS SILKS, Cachemire Finish, our regular $1.50 and $2 quality, during this sale will be sold at $1.25 and $1.40. REGATTA FAILLE FRANCAISE; splendid values in these numbers; ask to be shown these goods. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN 35 Pieces Colored Armures, excellent quality, pure silk, in all the most fashionable shades, at $1.25. •_. 50 Pieces Colored Faille Francaise, in full lines of the newest shades, ranging from $1 upwards. 75 Pieces Colored Surah Silks, superior quality, in all the new and rare shades, Old Rose, Reseda, Serpent, Mousse, Olive, Tan. Gray, New Greens, New Modes, New Reds, New Blues, Sapphire, and. many others, at 75 cents. We also show the largest stock of Plain China and Printed India Silks, in Exclusive Patterns, at the lowest prices. Artistic Drapery Silks ! 32 inches wide, $1 per yard. Our Novelties in Brocade, Jacquard and Stripe Effects were never more exquisite. We show a splendid collection for $1.25 and upwards ~ine Wool Dress Fabrics - An unequaled assortment of High-Class Novelties and Choice Qualities, in Plain, Figured. Striped and Plaid Materials; many of them at extremely low prices. Every yard of goods in this department will be found good value at the price it is marked, and can be depended upou for wear. We never buy cheap goods iv order to be able to quote low prices. We in vite special attention to our line of Colored and Black Wool Henriettas, 40 inches wide, at 42c, as a bargain rarely seen. We show many beau tiful things in BRILLIANTINES and MOHAIRS, Plain, Plaid and Stripe. EX&LISH SUITINGS, 52 inches wide, in Broken Checks Stripes, Plain with border attached, Mixtures and Solid Colorings. Wool Taffetas, Granite Suitings, Kliyber Cloths, Combination Suit ings, and Persian Stripes. Elegant Designs and Novel Color. Combinations iv Alsatian and Satin-Striped and Silk-Mixed Flanuels. ' " , ' ~ : ' ■' Llama and Scotch Flannels! In Special Styles for Tennis Costumes, Neglige Dresses, Gents' Sura" mer Shirts, and Children's wear. These goods are guaranteed not to shrink or fade in washing. . r p. . . i_f; Our special importation of Trimmings has been received, and we have never shown a finer line or more varied assortment. We invite special attention to our handsome EMBROIDERED BANDS in Applique Designs. We guarantee the prices on these goods are as low as similar goods can be found— trimmings of equal style and quality can be found—else where in the Northwest. eceive prompt and careful attention., Our New ? Styles, will be issued in a few days, and mailed to MINNESOTA STS., ST. I ■^ ____________m________mmm ' . — i . Z_J ' - --■■•...-- -■ ... . ..^.i EXTREME NOVELTY And Abundant Variety ■ — EN Eve ry Department. CLOAKS! GLOVES, LACES — AND — ■ Ladies' Furnishings I TRAVELING —AND — STREET WRAPS ! From Paris. London and Berlin. ELEGANT IMPORTED VISITES and MANTLES In novel designs. THE LATEST SHAPES IN JACKETS! Black and Colors. Attractive styles in Beaded Vis ites and Pelerines at low prices. We offer— 50 Summer Peleriues, beaded all over in handsome designs, at $4.50. 50 Colored Cloth Newmarkets, in the latest shapes, with loose fronts and plaited backs, adjusted to new skirt draping, at $10. In this department we aim to give the highest degree of style at tho lowest possible price, and the cheap est garments in our stock will be found artistic in shape and fashion able in design. LADIES' AND INFANTS' FURNISHINGS! Full lines of new styles iv In ants' Cloaks, Caps and Dresses. WALKING CLOAKS tor Children from one to three years, in new fancy stripe and checked Flannels. SURAH SILK CLOAKS, with capes to match, in Old Rose, Mahogany and Reseda. ** : Decided Novelties in Children's Summer Bonnets and Caps, includ ing the new PURITAN Bonnet and Fauntleroy Cap. * NEW STYLES AND ATTRACTIVE, BARGAINS IN KID GLOVES. Ladies' Sac Wrist Biarritz Shop ping Gloves marked down from 51.50 to 75c. Ladies' 8-button Suede Mousque taires marked down from §2.25 to . i.25.= ; .-^Tf Full lines of the celebrated Tre fousse and PERRIN Kid Gloves for ladies and gentlemen, in all the new colors to match spring and summer fabrics, v' Lisle and Taffeta Fabric Gloves in a large assortment of styles and qualities. LADIES' EMBBIODERIES, RUCHINGS, VEILINGS, Black Laces, Directoire Styel. Black Laces, Skirtings. Black Laces, Drapery Nets. Black Tosca Nels. Black Fish Nets. Heavy Brussels Nets. Complete line of Embroideries, comprising— IRISH POINT, SPACHTEL, -y'yf: SOUTACHE, JACONET, CAMBRIC, NAINSOOK. SWISS- A FULL ASSOTMENT OF ' NOVELTIESERUGHINGS 200 pieces Ruehings at 25c, worth 50c and 75c. Veilings, comprising all the nov elties of the season. . Millinery Laces for the spring of '89. Catalogue, showing the any out-of-town address -AUL, MINN.