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The Saint Paul globe. (St. Paul, Minn.) 1896-1905, January 03, 1904, Image 40

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WHO
will get
the
JuUU
Money, Not Goods, Is Wanted Now
We're overstocked for the time of year. That's the whole thing in a nutshell, and we're going to make things move at a
lively gait during the next thirty days if big bargain prices on trustworthy merchandise will do it. There's no shoddy here.
There's nothing picked up as tail-enders, the refuse of the country. It's our regular stock at special, very special prices. It
runs the entire gamut of the best makers from Rogers-Peet and Stein-Bloch down & leading makers of medium-priced garments
Men's Overcoats
An assortment of really fine goods, superior to what
can be found in the combined clothing stores in town. All
bearing the unmistakable marks of genius in design, skill in
cutting, honesty in making—The Boston quality through and
through—smashed in price for quick selling.
■ ■ - ■ ■ • ■ ' - - ■ .. ■
The regular $50.00 quality, none better and few as good any-g* <H| (f&tfS
where at the price, now marked yT l"*V''.
The regular $45.00 quality, none better and few as good any-q%*J [J"» AA
where at the price, now marked .....*|J«L»*J«VU
The regular $40.00 quality, none better and few as good any-g^dra^k AA
where at the price, now marked .......:..... .NjOVa W
The regular $35.00 quality, none better and few as good any"fl^OlT AA
where at the price, now marked. .................... *^fc5J«^F^F
The regular $30.00 quality, none better and few as good any-mfj|> AA
where at the price, now marked :. 9mmVm\9\M
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The regular $25.00 and $20.00 quality, none better and few es Q4C A A
good anywhere at the price, now marked HPiOjlwU'
The regular $15.00 quality, none better and few as good any- AJA A A
where at the price, now marked.. :...:..... y l"l""
The regular $12.00 quality, none better and few as good any- fIiTT. CA
where at the price, now marked ....................... *& ■ ■ "
Boys' Fleece-lined Underwear, 35c Quality, 15c.
Men's Pants
The latest, the best. Competing only with
tailor-mades, and the best of them at that.
Priced right to begin with, but marked at quick
clearance sale figures now.
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $10, are now tfi^f AA
marked .. ........:...... *P> • alflf
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $9, are now &££ (ffedf!£
marked ...;........ ;..............
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Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $8 and $7, are d|E| £lfcC&
now marked • .....V.......... '*•' •* mW
■ - ' r -■' ■'■-■■ '-- -^ r2l-
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $6, are now CiAL HhBB
marked •........... -. •. •.. -. •• • •.: ..vi-iUy
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $5, are now "" An ■■ g\
marked :............. .......................... ........... WIOU
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $4, are now OO A A
marked ....:................. .. A^OlWil
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $3. are now (^A AA
marked ..................; ..^...V.:..... VV.. *P£.m%W%9
Men's Pants, that were extremely, good value at $2, are now O4 CA
marked .•;•-•• W IbOV
Men's Pants, that were extremely good value at $1.50, are now m M g\f%
marked ..............;........................ H* ■■tf If
IF YOU DON'T KNOW BOSTON QUALITY, READ WHAT THESE PEOPLE WHO DO KNOW IT HAVE TO SAY
$500
GIVEN TO THE
Most Popular
CHARITY
In St. Paul.
Sixth and Robert Streets
C. B. BOWLBY. President.
$ 500 In Gold For Charity
The Boston has set aside $500 in gold to be awarded the most deserving charity in the city of St. Paul. There are no sectarian lines. Every charity
private or public—religous or secular—is privileged to compete. The patrons of The Boston will make the award. With each and every purchase,
large or small, one vote will be given, and one additional vote will be allowed for each dollar expended. The charity having the largest number of
votes at the close of business on January 30 will receive the $500.
Vote Early!
E. F. WOODE (C, St. P., M. & O.
Ry.)—For several years I have dealt
with the Boston and have received
complete satisfaction. Its line of goods
is of the very best, and the Boston itself
is one of the most perfect clothing
stores in the country.
JAMES FORRESTAL—I have been
trading with the Boston about twenty
years, and have received satisfaction
in every way. It is the finest house to
do business with that I have ever en
countered.
R. H. SENG (Manager Anheuser-
Busch) —I have been going to the Bos
ton Clothing House now for over thirty
years. I have always found It in every
respect worthy of my custom, and I
have always been treated "well by the
house. I think it one or the t>est stores
of its kind I know about.
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, JANUAEY 3, 1904.
Vote Often!
Men's Suits
AiAvll w vlaaUv
Trustworthy, well made in every particular, Not a
thread l that Isn't reliable; not . a "}■ stitch that won't stand strain. Made—not
thrown togather—^^and made by the acknowledged leaders the world over. The
cuts are deap and genuine, and for each dollar spent there's a vote for your
favorite charity on ths $500 gift. What bigger, batter inducement could pos
sibly; be offered? Come early. Big ; and . good as the - offerings are, there \is
always a first choice. i: ;^
Men's Suits that sold for $32 and $35 the season through, /h^n f\£\
and well worth the price, are now Kj •\J v
Men|s Suits that sold for $30 the season through, and well. f* <"k £\£\
■ worth the price, are now <!jjmm£* •VF Vr
Men's Suits that sold for $30 and $28 the season through, 4£*"fc/\ f\f\
and well worth the price, are now . ............. sAJ^mm \J9\j\J
Men's Suits that sold for $25 the season through, and well . t£ -4 © £\i\
. worth the price, are now .".............. «Jj I \J9\J Vr
Men's Suits that sold for $25 and $20 the season through, (t» .g mm f\£\
and weir worth the price, are now «jj I \J%
Men's Suits that sold for $20 the season through, and well G*-€f\ mm d\
worth the price, are. n0w............ 1... «j5 | £* %\3\3
Men's Suits that sold for $15 the season through, and well 4£ t*t~£\---£\i\'
t% I Q B I IS I
worth the price, are now sJJ | \3 •\3 V
Men's Suits that sold for $15 the season through, arid well r£ A *w mm
worth the price, are now ..........'......*............. «JsO'« m V-F
■. '- . ■ '-" - ■ '-'^ ::'■■:■-'■''■'■■: ■ '.'■ -'- ' ' - ■ -.■■ _... >.■■•■-• • . . ■■ - • :
CHILDREN'S DEPT.
KNEE-PANT SUITS
Three Pieces—9 to 16 years
The very best that's to be had—and at prices within the
reach of all.
The very best $10 Suits now marked $6.50
The very best $8 Suits now marked •« $5.00
The very best $7 Suits now marked. $3.50
The very best $6 Suits now marked $3.00
BOYS' LONG-PANTSUITS
Make and material of the same desirable class as in the
Men's Department
Regular $20 values now $1 5.00
Regular $18 values now $1 2.00
Regular $15 values now •• • • $1 0.00
Regular $12 values now $8.00
Regular $10 values now $6.50
Regular $8 values now $5.00
Regular $7 values now $4.00
QUALITY, READ WHAT THESE PEOPLE
R. J. WILLIAMS, 715 Manhattan
Bldg. (111. Central Ry.)—l think the
Boston a very fine clothing house. I
have dealt with It for some time and
always receive satisfaction in my pur
chases.
J. B. METCALF (C, St. P., M. &
O. Ry.)—l have been a customer of the
Boston Clothing House for twelve
years, and rarely use any other store.
It always gives me the best of goods in
return for my money.
GEORGE M. SPACE (Y. & L. Coal
Co.) —I have traded for several years
with the Boston, and have always re
ceived good treatment and perfect sat
isfaction.
E. M. WILSON (St. Paul Roofing
and Cornice Co.) —I have used the Bos
ton about ten years and have always
found its stock of goods quite satis
factory.
C. T. SPEAR (C, St. P., M. & O.
Ry.)—l have used the Boston for near
ly fifteen years. As a clothing store It
is fine, and Its suits, hats and gloves
have always proved to me satisfactory.
LOUIS MICHAUD —The Boston
Clothing Store Is all right and I like
its line of goods.
L. F. PATRCHILD (Court Block)—I
have dealt with the Boston for" some
time and have received from them sat
isfactory service. Their suits, hats.
For Every Vote Will Count!
gloves, etc., are first class in every re
spect.
JOSEPH BARTELS (Germania Life
Bldg.)—l have been dealing with the
Boston for some years, and it has al
ways proved satisfactory to me.
O. KIPP (Germania Life Bldg.)—l
have been a customer of the Boston
now for twelve or fifteen years. It is
a good store and has always given sat
isfaction.
CHARLES P. BOUCHER—For polite
treatment and A No. I goods there is
no clothing house that I would rather
trade with than the Boston.
GEORGE TICKENOR (Ryan Drug
Store) —My dealings with the Boston
have been always pleasant, and I think
that as a clothing house it is perfectly
equipped and carries only the best line
of goods.
GEORGE R. KIBBE (Merchants Ho
tel) —I consider the Boston by all
means the best clothing store in St.
Paul. More than that, I think it the
best store of its kind that exists in any
city I have ever been in. At the Bos
ton you don't have to pick your clothes
out. One suit is as good as the rest
You can rely upon honest treatment at
the Boston, and will only receive first-
class goods. '_-' . >.- - -' "-; -
:. <■
8. O. BROOKS (C. G. W. Ry.)—l
have been' trading with \ the Boston = for
eight years, and my experience has
been uniformly satisfactory.
THOMAS FOLEY—The Boston has
always* proven satisfactory to me, and
I deal with it a good deal.
G. H. HERSEL (Northern Pacific
Ry.)—The Boston, to me, has always
been very satisfactory, and I thinks its
goods are the very best to be found in
auy clothing store in this section of the
country.
THOMAS COCHRAN—As one of its
old customers, I have dealt with the
Boston for over thirty years. I do not
remember of ever having had a word
of difference with the house. I think
that I have received for my money the
very best of goods and treatment.
E. S. BOWMAN (Ryan Hotel)—l
have dealt for some time with the Bos
ton, and its clothes are the best to be_
had in this section of the country. I
am perfectly satisfied to go on trading
with this store.
W. E. BOERINGER—I have been
dealing for over thirty years with the
Boston Clothing House, I have given
them my trade, and in return they have
always supplied me with the best of
goods.
A. D. WARD (C. G. W. Ry.)—The
Boston is all right as a clothing house.
Its goods are as good as the best. If
there is anything wrong with the Bos
ton I have never found It out.
PI Men's Hats and Caps
The Boston, the Roelof, the Gordon—every make that
merit has marked as its own is here, and at a specially
quick-time price :
$5,00 Derbies, now . . . . . . $3.50
$3.50 Derbies, now . . .... $2.50
$5 Soft Bats, all shapes, now . $3.50
$3.50 Soft Hats, all shapes, now. $2.00
$2 Soft Bats, all shapes, now . $1.00
Gordon Caps ZT:.T!":^t...... 95c
Gordon Caps 00.r'.'. ly: 65c
Children's Tarns, $1.09 and $1.50 Qualities, 25c.
In the Children's Dept.
The same welcome, all-pervading price paring
prevails. The same superior degree of excel
lence obtains as elsewhere in this store and high
grade, stylish staples and novelties are now to
be had here for less than you usually pay for
the most ordinary sorts.
JIIVCMIC OllltS Norfolk and Vestee
The Regular $10 Suit, now . . $5.00
The Regular $8 Suit, now . . $4*90
The Regular $7 Suit, now . . $3.50
The Regular $6 Suit, now . . $3.00
The Regular $5 Suit, now . . $2.50
The Regular $1 Suit, now . . $2.00
B. BRACK (Lindeke, Warner &
Schurmeier) —I think that the Boston
is the most reliable clothing store in
the Northwest. I have used it for
twenty-six years, and have found it in
every way frustworthy in its dealings.
HUGH ADAMS (Germania Life Ins.
Co.) —I have been dealing with the
Boston for thirteen years, and have no
reason to regret having done so. Its
clothes, hats and gloves are in every
way first-class.
WILL MIATHEIS (W. E. Matheis &
Co.) —I have dealt largely with the
Boston for a number of years and have
always found its stock of goods satis
factory and pleasing. It is by all means
the finest store of its kind in the Twin
Cities. Its suits, hats, gloves and
shoes are the best to be had, and as
a store it is a pleasure to deal with the
Boston Clothing House.
Sixth and Robert Streets
H. W. BAGLEY, Treasurer.
Vote for Your
Choice for
the
{500
| to THE
CHARITY
ji Our Customers
I Shall Select

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