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I SOCIETY
Continued I"rom Twentieth Page
Winifred street, entertained informally at
dinner Thursday evening.
Miss Dinnle Anderson. West Winifred
street, has returned from spending the
summer in North Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp will leave
this week for California, where they will
spend 'he winter months.
Miss Ivy Travis, of West Robie street,
hag returned from a three months' visit
Western Canada.
Mrs. Clifford Johnson, of East Winifred
street, is entertaining Miss Hannah John
xon, of Sanbum, lowa.
Miss Florence Blauth. East Isabel street,
entertained the Bachelor Girls club
.Thursday evening.
Mrs. Rothausen. of East Winifred
street, has returned from an extended
visit in the West.
Miss Agnes MeArdell. Oakdale avenue,
entertained informally last evening at a
Halloween party. ■ .-~
The Evening Card club met Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Posey, West
Congress street.
Mrs=. John Cograre. of East Congress
street, is. visiting at River Falls, Wis.
Mrs. William Smith, of California, is the
guest of : her - son, -Mr. W. S. Smith, or
Orleans street. J
Miss Lucy Rothausen, of East Winifred ;
street, entertained the Navajo club Mon
day evening. . .'•"•:
Mrs. J. -Murphy, of Prescott street is ■
Entertaining Miss Nellie Murphy, of Wi
liona, Minn. •-;,■:; < ■ ,\ -^ ■.
Mr. C. Gefesel, of \Vest George street. !
has returned from a hunting trip at Mor- '
ris. Minn. , ; .
Miss Ethel Milton. 'of " East Congress
Btreet, entertained informally Thursday
evening. .
Mrs. C. * Jesperson. "West Winifred
street, entertained informally Friday aft
ernoon.
Mrs L. Penny will entertain the
[White Rose Birthday club Tuesday- aft
ernoon.
Mis- Ava Daratt, of Congress street, en
tertamed informally Wednesday after
noon.
The Natchbar club met Thursday aft
ernoon with Mrs. Gill, of Concord street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey and family, of
Prescott street, have gone to Montana.
Mrs. William Birdier, of Ohio street,
visited at Pine City last week.
Mrs. Diliy will entertain the Entre Nous
Euchre club Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. M«mple. of Belvidere street,
g.tve a dinner Monday evening.
EAST ST. PAUL
Miss Rae L,uniHe Clark and John J.
Hurley were married Wednesday after
auwn at 5 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic
church. Rev. T. J. Gibbons performed
the ceremony. Miss Vera Allan was
bridesmaid aiid Mr. Willim Hurley, broth
er of the groom, was best man. The bride
wore a gown of white chiffon trimmed
with lace and ribbon and carried bride
rose*. Miss Allan wore a white tulle
gown over satin and carried pink carna
tions. A weddine supper was served at
th.> home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
LUi^s. S. S. Cluik, on John street. Places
■were set for thirty. Mrs. Walter Mc-
Malion and Mrs. E. E. Lincoln assisted.
A reception was held from 8 to 11. The
rooms were decorated with ferns, carna
tteos and roses. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley
m ill be at home after Nov. 15 at 60S John
*m-i»et.
'Miss Anna Skoglund and Mr. Adolph
Mattson were married Thursday evening
at i o'clock at the home of the groom's
parents on Beech street. Miss Ida Skog
lund. sister of the bride, -was brides
maid and William Mattson, brother of
the groom, was best man. The bride
. wore a gown of white brilllantine trim
- mcd with lace and ribbon and the brides
fit i.i id wore' while ' mull. 'A :! supper • was
.; ■ served. Places were set for titty. The
■decorations were ferns and cut flowers.
Mr. and Mrs: Mattson will be at home
after Nov. 15 at 1100 East Seventh street.
The Lower Town Mothers' club will
meet Tuesday afternoon In the Hawthorne
schooL Mrs. Mason Allan will read a
3>aiH-r. Mias Susan Richeson will give
vocal numbers and Miss Stelia Firestone
Mill play. Mrs. C. (\ Miller willl have
<l rirgu of the meeting-.
Mrs. Rague Soostad. of Lawson street,
Who has recently returned from an ex
tended visit in New York and other East
ern cities, was given a surprise Mon
day evening- by the Synoos lodge. Daugh
ters of Norway. She was presented with
«n emblematic pin of the order.
The Woman'? Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society of Asbury M. EL Church
will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home
Of Mrs. A. Ju W'hiteomb, on Fauquier
street. Subject. "Christians in China."
?.!rs. C. B. Wyatt will have charge of the
meeting.
The Arlington Hills Mothers' club met
afternoon in Phalen Park
s^t iiuiil. l)r. Thomas~J. Maloney made ftn
address. Subject, '"First Aid to the In
jured." Music was furnished by the
school orchestra.
The Ydimg Peojjle's Society of the Phil
adelphian Baptist Church will give a Hal
ioween party totaotrem evening at the
home of Mrs. Marshall Harms, on Reaney
Bl reet.
Talbol Camp M. W. of A. gave a dancing
party Tuesday evening in Garfield hall on
Fauquier strjpet The- Iver & Caldwell
< chestra furnished the music.
Mrs. H. F. Baser, of Cleveland, Minn.,
has been visiting- Mrs. Robert Cook, of
.John street, and Mrs. M. J. Kelly, of
■pine street.
MYs Otto Peterson, of York street, will
entertain the Ladtes Aid Society of Gus
tavua Adi'lphus Church Thursday after
noon.
Miss A. Saltv>(t<'r save a party Thurs
«i ly evening for a number of her friends.
Music was the feature of the evening.
Mrs. Shanks, of Front street, will en
-1 rtain the Ladies' Guild of St. James
lipiacopal Church Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Howard Smirh, of Burr street, will
<-jicertain the Ladies* Aid Socierj- of Grace
!M. K. church Thursday afternoon.
Miss Clara La Rue. who spent the sum
j;.cj with Mrs. C. V>. Wyatt, of Rass street,
haa returned to Jackson, Minn.
Alis. F. F. Roller entertained at dinner
•Vimrsday evening for Miss Marie Thiers
and Mrs. Charles ReeJ.
Or. and Mrs. F. C. Spates have moved
ivto their new residence on Reanuy street
near Eighth .street.
The Young Peonie"s Society of St. James
Episcopal Chu»x-h «n-t Wednesday evening
J': the guild room.
Mrs. Wallen, of Case street, entertained
during the week Miss Josephine Peterson,
yi Hayward, Minn.
John Carlson, of Maryland street, has
1 en - entertaining Charles Swanson, of
dove City. .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Durning, of Reaney
street, entertained at dinner Sunday for a
. few friends.
, Miss Gertie Good and her aunt. Mrs.
I.tiveska, of Forest street, nave gone to
St. Louie. '". :' \~ '■ -•;
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson.. cf Westminster
t-ireef, will leave shortly for Parkers Prai-
Jic. Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Poehler, of Case street,
. have moved to East Seventh and St. Peter
tweets. - ■■■-- '• -- _-
Mr. and Mrs. Molin, of Wliitall street,
t itained at dinner Sunday for, a few
Inejids." - - . . ■
Dwigrht Whitcomb, Ft :\quier'street, has
r- turned from Little Rot-) and the world's
fun:
The Royal Neighbors' Maple Leaf camp
will gire a sale ; Nov. 10 on Payne aye-
I
-Miss Mary Awnimb, of Eau Claire, is
■TiSiUng Mrs. o. Awsurab, of Sims street.
Mr. Onrfield Beiliighatiser, of Hyacinth
Street, has returned from Bowbells,*-Js. D.
The Banner Social club gave a masque
lade party last evening in Garfield hall.
Mrs. Daniel McCauley, of De Soto
street, has returned to Buttc, Mont.
Father Fahey, of St. Patrick'c Catholic
church, has gone to the world's fair.
-Mrs. A. Lundquist, of Sims street <?n
Continued on Twenty-third Page
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«»,i. special Notice L aC e and Spangled Robes at About Half
Wilbon Brussels and Wilt#on Velvets ■^u^hruMi. ** «=—2
j ™ ▼ —>>«>n_>«n__n»_> a _i_n g __i> B .«._ HM > BH i.^_»«_!_ :r—— •———— ——-—— —■- -«- ■■-■----.-■> -->■ .- ■ -.^-- - ; - .-.. This is certainly the greatest lace robe season ever known in America —the de-
IX ■ Velvet and Tapestry Carpets in all the new designs and colorings are here. '' \'* . ' ' '•" """' > ~~% maD*'iß unprecedented-ami right when robes are on' the top wave of popularity
". - ;'-■'": ■ '■'■-'■ --■-"•-.'.--.-■••"'".--: •' v ■- •• ■:•.--•.; ■-;.. -■-..."■•.• -.-:- v------ * r. , .;-".—..^ "v>.J '- ? SILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE NORTHWEST':;: oojmes another sample robe 1- sale. Come tomorrow and select the very latest import
| ;■/*:--• : DoiTieStlC -Tapestry Brussels Rugs •'- r■■ <\ ■-<■■■•■ '•■• ■-■'■ " *"-" •■•■^•-■•-■■•-"-•'•;: -■ ■-v •.•---v-. ■ ■■■—..■■. , v ,-;-_ *^^ lea creations at prices less than half in, roost instarices-^-the assortment consists of j
» „ „ y^ )j*j« M m Black Chantilly Lace Robes Black Spangled Robes
9x12 feet, Monday $1&00. -v ' 7x9 feet, Monday $12.50. -: 9x1«% feet, Monday $11.50: ; V!?/i^Z —ML JM*A S»Jfr £ '* .'- Colored Spangled Robes with pompadour applications :• "*::;. -
: And all excellent values at these prices;/. ..• Mft ft/^J^f/lisl^ Real Princess Lace Robes Crepe de Chine Robes
LargeandJSmallCa^etjize Oriental RugS r ; ■ Jymfi(*£M^£-^ : Voi.e Robes -'-:■■' '' '.:;'-:- v:Real'Renaissance Robes and Crean, Lierre Lace Robes
l^arge ana amail carpel OIZ^ Ajnentai KUgS -„ ■ V:^.;^^|^ i»;:'^ "-':'-;. White and Cream Lierrel Lace Robes,
We have just received a number of rare and choice : pieces of extraordinary merit. -' •' ■ ■ *"• """il . M I&^f4f~Y^t **— •" . ;.v".":'.vV)- . -'.-" "v- '.?I -";; ''^ ' ' " ■-;» ;; £"7 CkFZ ■•;/-s'"<t Cvf PLf\
Wehave A*f Qm/111 RllffC To make the last day of the month %H j ~ ***** I&*K ; Earner prices *20 to $175, now > / .33 TO J^^OU
selected OiIHIII XV*Uj^9 " interesting they will be sold at S** ?: : •::. : Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn, ■ Beautiful colored Flowered Dress Nets, former ; prices $1.00 per yard. Monday at. .59c
v.^^i^s;^Tgg^gg?^^y^^{iT*^j^t?s*^g^3^'jF>^^^ Ij^^BWBSHBISK3B9BBiCTlj^^BWBSHBISK3B9BBiCT Recognized Fashion Leaders in Cloaks and Costumes. '*WHHfIHIHHHH9HB9HHHfIHMHEBHHHBHHHIfIHSIHHBBIHHM9HMHfIHHH
Monday, i x he Promised Wonderful Sale of Furniture, Beds and Bedding
Tuesday -:^--- ---"• •; -^; 'r\T*^''' r'^?/^'-'^"^"'-',' - -'-■■■"-':- ' ~SS^'~'"~t-V7^ '.'''^"l'yi'^ .I ~ ' '^y'f''l^'--'^^^;'-'^^-'-^--^''-' ■-■y--,----<-j -<■- ■-^ -•■-••a---- c# • Tuesday |
and ; / : starts tomorrow morning and for which every piece of furniture in our magnificent stock has been greatly-reduced | j; < V''^£Md«|/?'"-.■■
Wednesday , in price. A very fortunate purchase of Music Cabinets and Writing Desks tfiS also go at extraordinary low Wednesday j
*^^^ prices. '" Beds and bedding, it will be noticed, are quoted at prices that will make this a long to be remembered sale. ■ ONLY. -i
PARLOR SUITS AND ODD PIECES 1 . nRASS ; BEDS, MATTRESSES, SPRINGS AND BEDDING
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$205.00 .liOuis-XV.-3-piecef Parlor Suits.. .$152.50 5175.00 Colonial Mahog. Sideboard, now . .$125.00 i;j I r -,^.,l ""T - .^r'"'' 3 : $5.00 .White Enamel Beds, 4 ft. wide,; now.. $3.75 22x28-inch Bed Pillows, filled with pure ':^^
340.00 i Louis XV. 2-piece Gold Suits .... 215.90 " 75.00 Colonial Cabinet, now :. .....^ ... 62.00 ;"■ ' --»-—t~r " .-; . . 5.75 -White Enamel Beds; 4% ft. wide, now. 3.95 feathers and worth $3 a pair, for ..^. 4^A,
--81.00 upholstered Velour Parlor Suits.. 69.50 Heppelwhite ; Chair, now . ..V..... 29.50 / ;f;' ,:: ' 'A^ A 10.00 White Enamel Beds, 3^ ft. wide, no r 7.50 22*28-inch pure Down^Pillows, with! fancy sateen
100.00 solid Mahogany frame Davenport. 75.00 110-Oe Solid Mahogany High Boy, now.. 75.00 g-' ! j"" •'f t " "'^.y^Jb 14.50 White Enamel Beds, 3% ft. wide, now. 10.50 I°™™**' ZVT* *™° * 115
„„„„„. , ,- o. -* - tcrtrt 90.00 Solid Mahogany Bureau, n0w.... 7£5G „: -I 1. =: 8 ! J* : .^: .-■:..-"/: ■•. ; -r '■ /V ;v ;V"r ::" go : in.. tins sale ( aV--VV t.-/;-^\-•;vvv.vv-'^Vf;
110.00 Prince of Wales Davenport....... 65.00 195 00 Mahog a ny Chiffonier now ...... 85.00 -*■ ' ' V 1*" I "TrTl For this sale we offer 200 only full size Box 300 cotton . filled, siJkoline covered,' full-size
t 95.00 overstuffed Davenport 7450 "' ' , Vu'«' ■'niC" wfln -, ' ill —„ fi . M Springs, having a pure hair top. covered with Comforters, sold by us regularly at : : -OO r
100.00 Mahogany frame Davenport ..... 81.00 Mahogany Ch^n.er Desk, now.. €s^o |^^-^ ** Jt I fine art ; tickings . worth 30c per yard, that are ; $1.35; for this sale ,;,.. !*._. f ..;.,:. .53C
5000 Nile Damask Sofa now 3750 '*M Mahogany Buffet now. 47.50 _ I 7*^**^^^ §: :J1 \' « regularly worth $17.50. for Clyf^A others at $1.55 and $2.00 each. / ./;;
I ! Maho^nt£mVso^ now 46M ..«.op;MW»Oßapy,Ch^l Mirror, n0w.... 50.00 •* ■* "f IB only r :....,......................:$ Sateen covered,, cotton filled, : full . size Com .
-I Pn^r, M hnln Sofrno;''" KM 75°° ****** Ch*v* MlrW ' noW" " »*> ** *** Cat., 500 full size 40-lb. Hair Mattresses, made in one *"*«' ™^ *2 ■» CO Jf\
,5.00 Colonial Mahogany Sofa, n0w.... 55.00 : 5.00 Mahogany Book Case, n0w.:... 25.00 .-; $ in Cq .--:. ;>£jfc-!T:.■•.>;: /• or two parts of pure South American hair in ; Monda >' - rv^v ufv^;.::^-." •/• .^:«?-fef3 : :
21.50 Colonial Arm Chair, n0w......... 16.30 37.50 Inlaid Marqueterie Settee, now:'.-/ 29.50 :"^ ■ "^"^ ; . ;: . our own. shops,.and regularly $20 (^<|>) /^flf; Our fine down-filled, silk and ■ satin covered
55.00 Mahogany Arm Chair, now... 45.00 300^^;^^: Music Cabinets and Todies' 50- nely finished Brass Beds.Jike cut, values, go in this sale at/.:....... j) I^*D3 Comforters are all reduced, and : you will be well
„,,„. . _. . „„ °-'v tugniy ponsnea jwusic uaoinexs ana i^aaies without a scratch on or imperfection rpnaid if yon pill nnA boa thpm
32.50 Mahogany Arm Chair, n0w....... 27.50 Wri ting Desks, mostly in mahogany, with solid about them, that sell regularly at 100 ful) size Moss Mattresses of pure South ' *°" L"? 1.», t *
37.50 Mahogany Arm Chair, n0w....... 31.50 j frontg Hrch sideg and a&d ual in ap . $29.50, on sale for 3 £-|Q Carolina moss, worth -$8.50 each, &£* i€^fi ' ' ■■■■"•■.!■"■ Gray Part Wo°' Blankets- .^ " !;' .:' ll:
35.00 Mahogany Dressing Table, now... 25»^ to the solid woods. The prices range dayS °nly -at :''^ v'•••*?■ go for:^^;^-^ ,::......:..... ./^^W $J25 full-size ones, now !.. ...Hjjj
iiiiii SS =::: mw. w-so.». $20«, iHHBiiR i,^^SS|ii iSf^iiiiii
85.00 Mahogany Dressing Table, now... 6150 50 classic ; Mahogany Chairs, on Colonial, Hep- T sss Brass Beds, now^S'OO:^^:^ made, and only -?V^........ .... v V 13 Moo-l£4: size ronea now ?-Sl"": '*' -v *-v; :-^SS^
MfiMfaUfaliinets nnw 155.00 r ■ plewiiite and Clippendale . lines, on which prices - ■• i -i " - $70 Brass Beds now $50.00. • - : :*:i;;.^v: v.T-~ r;4-'s-- ■-:■; ~- ■„.;' ' - -.:.-,_' ■.'"";.'.'" ." * * '
22-00 C^sttan Walnut^CaWnet" now" :iSoo; ; nave reduced from $5.00 to $10 each, go $79 Brass! Beds, now $>bo™ - Perfect and .guaranteed full size supported ; Bathrobe Blankets, large enough for a robe, in
225.00 Circassian Walnut Cabinet, now. ..175.00 •-v^^ i; - «lft c |.^-a -«1 W CI4V -- W $85 Brass Beds, now $59.00. Woven Wire Springs, regularly sold -C"O-QA5; a pleasing variety "- vi; frr% mg\
80.00 Leaded Glass Cabinet, now .^..:.i 59.00 li*"';"? #*v, *J?."^T- lO,JU, $JW : ] j 9B '■■ Brass Beds, now $69.00. : i - - at $3.50, for this sale only, at J)j£,»\JkJ jat .^v.v .^ $10, $6, $5, $3^o andj^)^3|l.
Hundreds of Tablecloths, Napkins and Traycloths in Our Annual Thanksgiving Linen Sale tS
bought specially for this sale, wiil be displayed Monday at great money-saving prices. Owing to the general advance on all gradss of linens it will be many a day before you will see such prices again.
■ Table Cloths for. Round Tables : r Table Cloths for Oblong Tables r ';•>, Fine Hemstitched Cloths ;, - - Bleached Napkins J -- 72-inch lace - and drawn T work 45-Inch round Lace Covers, sold
2x2 yard $7.00 Cloths, now ..... $4.43 2x2%-yard $2.50 Clotbs, now .... .$1.60 . 2x2-yard $10 Cloths, n0w........;5650 , 24x24-inch $4.50 Napkins, now '.$3.62 sauare Luncheon Cloth (T^A heretofore - at i 816 50 " ?■s•'& "i J%r
2Vix2Vi-5-ard JS.OO Cloths, n0w.... 5.18 2x2%-yard J4.00 Cloths, now 2.88 2*4x2 -yard $13.50 Cloths, now... 9.50 22x22-inch $5.00 Napkins, n0w.... 3.75 square liUncneon Liotn, *k/ill neretorore at sib.&o. Tllfi
2%x2%-rard $9.50 ._ Cloths, n0w.... 6.63 : j 2x3-yard ' $6.00, Cloths, now .....: .3.% \ 2%x2&-yard $17.50 Cloths, now.. .12.00 : 2oK2S-lnch $7.50 Napkins, now. :y. 5.95 ! worth $45, for .-............ *f*w - 'n0w...-.;.....:.;: .V; .'..;.v!,»^yj
Stylish Fur Garments QUTER GARMENTS^OF DISTINCTION Fashionable MUUn'y Modes
i -^<T"~ ' ; No one In need of furs .. ; 'v; Never before this season has this ever busy section with Its wonderfully attractive and com- . Every new smart ■/F"3P2fefe
B9b«s^S&^ ■ foiiowfng Offeringsoll^^f?? prehensive stock offered '-'a greater variety of stylish and attractive ready-to-wear apparel idea of Fashion is , jj^^^Mllr^r '
MWMIe: we attract atten- ■AT PRJCES THAT ARE HIGHLY TO YOUR ADVANTAGE "; ■, first 'showing' at ■.' '»^W -Z '
% **tW tion by our exceedingly . — , . C4 . . __, „.-... ■ » .\ r+ 1 .wix - ".' - annheimers. . ■ '' -^R£S^R^^B -
Xj- f low prices, yet it is the . Exclusive Styles m Walking Suits Tourist Coats and Jackets -.».-•• / >7;:>- -: w e .would think r-. . '^aSSHBQBBiBB.--''''"•■•■■■
.^^^^^fe -"" style and quality of our fur w* have many pleasing one^ 'in both: crushed and New coats, are constantly, arriving, and among them we were not ,mS3^K^m :^»v' 1/I**——^
g^ garments that readily win c nav<? many pleasing ones in both crushed and New coats are constantly arriving, and among them wortny of beine j*lJClyjtßpMKg»^aftMßßk
fim'M(WQW*cQ} "H ••"•'■ the favor of every cus- plain velvets, in black, blue and brown, with nobby little we have as a special for. Monday a fancy brown and gray called th p w
totfffiP T/^Vi ; - '»-' torner blouse jackets 'and long- coat effects, with white em- Scotch mixture in three-quarter length loose belted back, ; Iffi9Q«^^:'
- Mr/zmftr-'^^'^"---^ vests that are ve^v.l, and specially pneed %^T^^££lT^^S-£R ssieS^ c J;
WM 'Wm' "■■ Lamb Coats, lined with 5^.V...:::,. i: ..$60,5550 AND. $4() Jjg!*^ «»■»»■ »-' »c - $16.50 mode was brought ™«HF *^iPSSi ~-I
Wi,M!Ji;/ I>///- :»^H&'f ""Lamb Coats, lined with . • • ■ : - ,re „ ;-.-:r <::.- ; .f--f ::,vc-. ' •;•.•;•■• .\- ; -,v. - ; ' ,:,."■.•■'• mode was brought -v •• vSSR®P^>» ~^m¥ffidl
I'i'W Mrw?-S,J&. Skinner ' •• '-■" A special lot of smart walking suits for Monday's sell- Double-breasted Three-quarter Coats, with wide col- out in Paris or "^P^' **
sfwT^Zi !rw^^^1 '**^ satin OlUu ing includes Broadcloths, Cheviots, and Fancy Mixtures, lar, inlaid with velvet, loose back,'- satin yoke ' (strictly New York with- /^P>-. '^P' ; '
I " W<fim^\ 1' \^^ '"■'■' Mink trimmed 5 Persian •? n a number, of pretty styles, some plain, others trimmed, man-tailored), in neat cheviot mixtures. Our <tO^ - : .: out being almost -■ v ■• ;- -"•-' *]*&• •■ ■- ■-''' mS^^■X'^-tt-t
l' J'~ \^ffim fi\ ill V" •- , Lamb Coats ' 'OIOK with plaited skirts, and all new styles, with regular $30 coat. Special. .'>'•'•";- •'{•"; •^•'•'•j* •£*;'• fl'yf T" $r.:-i. simultaneously 'i <—^^sT A: -'i'^' I •'^ •:?'■:>
I>-^HHm'''//- \ up from....'. 0 IZD values to $60, for only. ..SOkJ — , . 1V 1 •' l. "_„.; ' " - shown in this sec- •• - ■*^£*i(S&£& %i& > '■; ■'• -";':;
fm® I if,- \ ■.■,:';. ki -...---',^ ■ ■■■"^-- .".-......■;■■::--:;-",■:. J:- .■--■.-',■, •■;■■■•■•■■.• . . ■ • . Charming Creations in Waists -_\ ion. ' .-"^S^^^SaSlS&^"^"-'>- f'
WMJJ^f" blou r re4 c faron?s 8: $27,50 Walking Skirts of the Newest Fabrics —— X..:::■--,.-. ?■?-, "- \ within the past M?^^Wm^Wßk£< *
mMsVff^7l --blouse fionts....g^ |,UU , : .-____—-_-_-__..__._-__----__-—_. . • Just received, a full assortment of all the leading vnek the™ as *"-^sSl^^^^^W% '^
p^FW'V ;,Ltt.-.: i ... Coast Seal Coats, fQC - Scotch materials/ Broadcloths and Cheviots, in blue, colors in plaid effects, madeNof good quality Taffeta, been many new" jtf*^.- -V^ "J^ 111
I ■--:. A--.;- 1/.UP from ............OOU; -black, brown," as well as f anC y Mixtures. Panamas, :with: tucked front > ; brass buttons, fancy stock, with - style innovations< mj? - - *X**-*fS*H&* f**
$12.50 Sable or Isabella Fox Scarfs. $9.75 . Etamines, Voiles and : Serges — styles, that: are splendid w'hlte turnover and lmed throughout ''^ '"Sfi^SO"' Our display will be of special Interest -t';^"-' '"■ ''''■"
""■•-,..-.,, ,- .„, Mink Scarf, $1650. \ ;..'V : values. . : . ■ ::: CIA Tn COO y ........... .......~.u~.~.' ....... *•-• **rvr«v^vr "NEW MODELS EVERY DAY" ' ' 'I*'! 1'
. $13.50 Sable or Isabella Double Fox 5carf5...;...... $10.00 at .............. .....?.....l'.is 111 v $dm£.»\J\J Waist of Chiffon Taffeta, in navy, brosvn, green, red - ••■■-'-- ■-■ ' r r;;"""'':" '.'^
Black Marten Pelerines, $8.75. -'. :;. ' ' ■ ; - ; ' ;■ and white, having white front prettily trimmed with • -' J - »"«> --. -r-».;>,..-"
Squirrel lined French Marten Scarf $6.50 Rain Repelling Rain CoatS ; raid Persian band dONVn the °nt"-^1 2.50 :'■ Burnt Leather %UK Pet>LlCO<lt>S
■,—r-r, —: —-—— —— : ...' - '...,'• ': ■ '.. '■ ■-. ........... .-■ ..,- V-. :-■.. ec.l.al;at^•••^^•^^^v:;^^••••'^^■:/•^^^•^"^•■H',l^T_V"---; ' PiHow Covers %^«i««—^^^■^-^■^^^■™™»mb«»»
la/tAe at lAaHfli/i A splendid collection of Genuine Cravenette Coats that ~ The Town and Country Shirt is daily t becoming, more ;: worth to $7. on th« - - : : :,w -■ - i
_^aCCS at /2 anq /3 are of the very latest styles in plain tan and oxfords, also popular. We have them in white and colored . flannels , ,; Barofn Clrcto at Of dark changeable taffeta, having
Nightshirts v —»mmm^—-•- fancy m aterial, Notice the specials for Monday: ' ' and mohairs, at-prices'■'.-'.; - J2u pTO $3*50 - 52.95 v accordion; plaited-flounceMrimmed.
Nightshirts _ .-■■.-:•.* ■ . _; v w, T fancy materials. Notice the- specials for Monday:,- -„..:.. ranging frora^..:.. . ?;■..- .. i:&£^ p TO; :^ j # s(j; • :, with; narrowy: ruffles and Regularly;
for men and i r lcS'piltet" and in Ip- :n2.50 values, ; $16.50 values, : $20.00 values, New and pleasing effects In-plftin and fancy color Wool ""■- ' " - V sold at -^o^?^'V^:^l"<W"
boys, worth to pliques. Galoons and Bands,, that I tf |f « Cl'l T^ CIT '^A Crash and Flannel Waists at. (DO 7R TO C)^ \ . Monday at.......... s^*J*^\J
75c were formerly priced at 45c to II•/ Cr " 3Ht* vJ '. *|J I M •vJw : prices that are interesting.«.... JJv3« I <J. -^JO Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, having each sectional
for.:..O^fC 1 $ 2-75 Per yard, will be sold Mon- ■.■.■.-..-..■.: :/-•..;■':-■.--.. - ..' ■'■ .•-: .■.,■:..;'-- '■.■",'■■■'-■: :;~:'^.?;~:.y .-'■^':' :'"■ -?■ > - ■■—': .-.■-■■:-•■■./' ■--;,--.. flounce finished ; with strap band, silk underlay and dust
I—: _—:———""day at :,..- . ; : . . ■ . ■'■--, : -••-' - ~-- yp^ : .. - . .. .• . ruffle, that were formerly sold -at '■.':. $6.50. .-V-■•!•■ v'i?-*<tiSl
19c, 39c, 69c and 85c : ;. SULKS AND VELVETS y- \ol^^^^^^^Sii^i^^o^
- „. , c . f If you will come here tomorro^morningat : 9:3oan^ , , 1,. „„, j 1 ■} . taffeta, Van Dyke and graduated accordion plaited
m If you will come here tomorrow morning at 9:30 and take a look at the silks and velvets flounces trimmed with ruffles and ruchings, silk un-
Vv On\6ll S HOSICrV OPeCICIIS and tben nOte the very lOW Prices at which they are marked, you will understand why .- derlay and dust ruffle; value $10.00. (££> QO
TZ „„, „ — • -, >u^ : i MANNHEIMERS* IS SILK HEADQUARTERS . ' Choice -;..:...■, ..■..,....,.. q>O*aO
We never offered better hosiery, values than these ———^———i —^——yac—^^— —■. . - — ; —: : ——— „„. — — „,. ... i ,..^>..:
two very ' attractive- specials, which go on ; sale Monday ' -New Chiffon Cloth ':: :^'»^ Chiffon Velvets Dr^ttV IttmnrtAfl WAi^finO*^
morning. Some of the best things of the season will " • 1 1 bTCIIV lfllDO* i»C\I VT Cll&LlIl^S
be found among them, including y : - This 24-inch beautiful sheer pop- r A ip% 611530011611 We are showing a complete as- *— * ! ■ . . - „ . ... S-
Fancy Silk Plate Hose. / Black JSilk Plate Hose, ; .■ ular. cloth ;is here in all shades, > r ,v-y.■;;■;-, _-..,-.-,,,,^ w ..,,-,..:■■ ,'C ' sortment in 20-inch widths of all ■- > A special /purchase that includes many charming.
■French Novelty Lisle Hose, Fine Black Lisle Hose, . s™ n^Tarlne^lliht Wue'^Jtok' m 01 * wanted and staple shades, such as things in white and colors, worth. 50c, will be 9/-
Hand-embroidered Hose. Fine Mercerised Silk Hose. {?V gVe'e^™g?ay. card?S tur- ! r /%'iSli •X " * terra cotta, the new browns, ma- '"■ on sale in the Wash Goods section Monday; at... ZDC
Worth up to QQ r Worth up to /|Ol^ quoise, white, ivory, cream and '■ H^a tISrL^rVSISL : hogany, ■• champagne, tan, green, —.* m
75c,f0r.. *m\JV, $1.50, for •. nl^/v- black, worth 89c a yard. ff A .m m *•***'****•**•' « blues,, purples, reds, pink, white, - j Choosing Gifts Early Is Desirable -^^--.- ■•■ f
, '~. __; . Monday for only. '••Ov/C - BgBI fl/ C • cream and 1 black, " CO RA
/•; -'• See the New Handsome Scotch Flannels. I <". : V,, • .. ' \: ,-^:--S'^^''; -^ -■.<.: .-v." ' v W'lbiiy'' ■. '• y.y.--::;- ! at only. ;...*',.,.*:... J7A»3I/. ■• '■-:-■■' '-:-•-'■'. --—"^:.:" J-:'-.--'—--^^.' ; >'-,/--^,.V:k':-;
1 • ■■■■•■:•- -.■ ;:.v.^,; v ./:- .'- New Kimono silk PSl^^p?^^ o ia^4« . -r^i The Glove Department
In the Art Embrniderv 32inches:wide,;^an:iate S t ja P -,i Fa cv Velvets' Guaranteed BlacK Taffeta ::...-y.;^ v :: v -^: vf; • .::•
--:J-i '■•* •'■ Mlv r*l 1, r r I^llll/1 VFlM^l y. v anese -and Persian designs" 7" also :l'«**yjr --.T-.w-JI-y=■,%' ■* ,«* ;'---. .r-'-r.—•;;'-- ;:'.;- .. > contains an; assortment of gloves which includes every
—"^"■■■"^^^—■■—"^^——"^i^———■ : ■ rplain colors Now is the time to •„ a^ ri V: l , ;: "j ** a': 19-in. wide, 69c quality, for ..... 49c desirable. style for dress and street wear. .•■■ y"; <y > *
Free Lessons are given here daily from 2to4p. m. buy thls elegant, rich silk for Xmas; ''h!^ m m i up-to-date goods, 20-in. wide, 85c quality, for ...69c; ~^ The Perrin and Reynier. which are pre-eminent and
; in all kinds of embroidery. ■ -~ j presents. Monday only yff. Mil De sow Monday i::,^^\:'^'; ■, - 2 7.in. wide, $1.25 quality, for... .89c exclusive features at the Mannheimer store, represent
89c stamped and tinted Pillow Covers to em- <)Q at...........' •• • £ \JV li At fl Great Sacrifice ; - 36-in. wide, $1.75 quality, for.. .$1.35 the extreme development of quality and color. . ''-^7
broider. Monday for only ; ............. -..*. ..OcfC: : White <Hk Fnr - * "in k-^-'^Wi nnii^tf«n': win , 54-in.'wide, $2.50 quality, for.. .$2.18 '11. For women, misses and boys. . ; y ;.,"'''^r^/
One special lot of work, scrap and UD^ I ?**** ""* i ' found polS^ltngurS effL?s! i 27-in. spot proof, $1.75 quality Q Ur $I.QQ GIOVBS the Sappho and Essex, rival
sweet grass Baskets at ......;........ .^vl-tJJIuC.V ; 50 inches wide for children's coats y stripes, two-. toned silk velvet ]_.: '/f0r...: .u-....... •• •. .. V ♦1*35 . . the average $1.50 gloves. r ;
Japanese hemstitched Doilies with drawn fl.jffw ••; and ladies> opera wraps, 134 yards checks' hair line stripe figures, in r 36-in. spot proof, \ $2.25 quality, -. -■ -".'.V..'..'., ,".„• ■../^•,- --" .-.. -.".. '>'-.* -.. ■ .-- ..' . ..■ - ■'.-; ■'-,-■ ■'.',-.':. -0-'!-'
work and worth 50c. Monday for v...:.......... JLsjiL v : for child's coat; 3 ; yards % lady's lousine, taffeta, peau de chine; also '>- for. ..'. ::.'.:'.':'. ..........V.. $1.75 ;„ —„ 1?!^-.. -.1,1 ::^V^^«,^i'''t'f'
.: Kew stamped ana^tei^^ an d ; -- ; «"3l JS* * *V «S «"£""' 3haae "' """"I' i'FimcyPiaidsiiks^ ?; Qqt.mgaFlaimel^Gownsy
Table Covers to embroider up from vAfL m only ."...............%. i Jj«J«3IJ -fl' "' ' r -^^^^^ - -.. ■ ■- . —. ','
- " ■" '"'- '--• '■" '•"' »--■'- ••' •" ■ - - ■ "■' --^.-^--» l?r.-- . - : -. ~T v *v-v V^hfA» from to SI i^^'^-^''-'-'-X^i'"'^-'" r Si:;'"v-;v'ri'' ; :Of,pink,and blue.stripes with double yoke bacK, J> collar
""/ : :., ■ ;;>:-- ; r ,r .; £ Black Silks r: .; V-—«» »^«» *^*> w <*»«.,>*> To attempt to describe our fan- ; and cuffs of solid colors to match values^; y^ffA^
rharmins Corsets 20 •»„ "r S ll all BO in one grand lot Mon(iay ssra^sssl^!^s^ aSiSi d. Monday only : • • 59c
|^ v tlaa lliatl^ A^/U>l J^fcJ 20-in. 85c ■ Peau ;de Chine 69c f- '^ :^:' '^>v ' less—suffice it to say our collec- i '.': Others in fancy stripes and white in a variety of neat
ja^H . „ . ' m "rt'Jn" «r "°r.lf^ l!i « • ° :V'|o f " ''fflfiS"- /IM#^ *W .tion''.is- complete. The prices collarless and military effects, neatly fin- <£-f AA
j|i^^ ,--■; The highest types of per- 20-n •gc Fjau de Sog 69c - ; yy;§^ f ; v HCfC „ y^^.-, are $2.50, $2.00,; $1.75, />Q ished with braid, ranging from $1.75 to $1.00
J3PS». fection in the corset world al- J n* irf* £l eau ac c ?J C $1 2 r X1 00 d O^f L
gk t WlBSt wa >set first showing at the ut> in' *1">" au dc teoie yßc ———B^
''^ir^lp Mannheimer store. *. .. v. ~ ~ - ■.••■.-■.. ■ -.-■ .■■ - ■■■. •.••.- ■ ■-■••• - ~~~ . . f^l%«k Cl%/^A C%f £%1V Sk\t4t%7 ~*^
• %41 on Mon^ y «u „,„ flnd , NFW DRIT^^ fiOOH^ AT 1/4 |ne anoe oi yuamy '
f assortment of P. D. ana : l^Ji> ¥▼ «^IVI^O<J \^V/X/*/\J X*> A /^ , goon as a woman ( akea a: ; / -.', ' 'l=~^
J «l J. B. models to choose from, ""■■"■■^"■"■" mmm T^ ™"™"™"l—^^~""ii^-■—■—^^-^» . jgg "^^^r
/^ X. and among them some excep- :y A gigantic purchase from a leading manufacturer of sample pieces of this season's most desirable Dress MANNHEIMER SHOE ', H&r/^ . 4
/ \ tionally pleasing styles :of P. ;_-,.■..-./:.,.''*:;/•-•".. ° -:■.---■ .re -,-_./>, . -. .-..• . ,■.'-' .-- .-.- :' .:;:-. , :-\ KZ\!s:' ''"•'■' ''•!'•'
. g •, • t D. of fine soft materials with Fabrics will enable us to continue the extraordinary enthusiasm that has prevailed in the Mannheimer iri;her, hand ;; she carrtefi; at. a glance .;/ /a-" / •
K™wߣB^3^B— **"* new shaped nip« and '^*i^^ L':':^V; dress goods store :' the : past week. Dress v goods :to fill every want and in every ;- _ ; that v there is quality in it, and that. ■• / •'>-;■ . y
7^a^?«^»raßK tapering, waist at " > T!^**'^*,^,^ - .-, ,r " .. ■ juii--i-i.rj.Ju " --... V^^^**^. - the style is there to : back up the :}/^
~~ / fi?«wS {£<* <\c- UP tir-r i-/\ :"'- ■'"-■-•■■' n ,,' b>^ shade, color combination and black be found 'In the n^ I**1** ' quality. ->;: •:.""'• ■•--;. <5^ - .1
/ /Wmm $225 TO $7*50 New Dotted Mo^i^*--*^_^r^2fL_-----^M^rßraiiantines -.Our reputation ; _was made, ;^/ .^\
/ / l- :- ■ •-•NawDnttedMohfliPS^*S>^.- -■■• -.■■• - t f^c**-r*^ Mohair Bnlliantin^ on these two features and- /^.-' \^' )
II "vmun^^w^ ' 9 ur Lillian Corsets are also ~~ ■'-"'":". -:--'. ■-',:, ■■'-- -"" --^ • r'-- :-; ->v '•" :-: ..-,-. . ._- v; , -. _ , '.-..:.-..> v .T./>"'.; •" •.■■/>; '>-'."■."•■ ■-. ■/-; . our shoe today is the acknowl- "XSj'-J1 ' ,<<v. ' -1
I"1 Jm&iW fe'i'eat favorites. They are.per-: .". r. Tarian Mohair SU'tingS v'j^k-'"' jtftt^ ' '■ , NeW CameFs-Hair Suiting edged leader in a worn- /©u-->^'
I I j///--l!Wm\\-* fection in fit, come in beau- ••-..-■ .-....-.- - , • ; - ]■ X& sk 8^ ' '■'''■" " ' '' ' ' ■an>s shoe a a popular -y^^^r^V' >^^T ~ /
\ ffiuflK- "* egi^cS SS: • New Cream Mohair Suiting : "-':yC 1J? V•; New Scotch Tweed Suitings ■■. no fa, re fa y Tea^ :;-^^'>"':--V-/7^';
tl^B^i^ftil^l^idi New Check Mohair Suitings ]f^iWoo: New Dominated Suitings SnX^oTe/^^^ " i
) V^lj-k s*f \: I :~-■' " "■' .':-' ._■.■.•:--"■"■..•:■ :^-;:--^-^y--^m-^^*-VL^"^'k"'m/'^''-^k --'^^~ ■'''* ■■•,v~-~i~"~ -'^ '■-■" i-:-'--:.'.- ■ :""•' .v,--' •'■'«."- ■"-.. -■■' "«»* ■'. "-■V-^W'fl^' '--'•" " : room : tomorrow and %^S^=^ ■■ 'r--':*i£-%
:'<m:*Ml}**MA :v;- :, Our ten dollar model, em- y New Figured Monairs >^ ;.' I X/ t ! worth 75c" v - New French Wnipcords let us show you how good : a shoe we will <f> c/\
m^r^-e #R' " 'braces the latest corset ideas ■ ' - - --* '- "J';-'. -.' '"i- '"v'<^°™-^-^■■•-'--'•■:l^- -••:-■■:•..' -■■-• •.•■•■■■•--:"-■":•• :::• rry-r'/r y : y>' : sell you for only J*vJ.3U
. :;^'-^ for stout women. JyyNeWyCrystdSuitings^^^ "^^^New VoUe Etammes « M Sh _ Of these _ we carry a larger
y Some extra good: and new corsets come in coutil twill -■.:-*'■<;• ::-".-\--.- -^ ■•y^^.^* 1"" . :--:-r -"-V. Bear in mind the as- l>fcS^' - /" , ; . ;DenCß r incqe^JflOW,, line than any other two
and imported sateen in the W. 8., f Jus trite ■-."• — it-t f\f\ n- 1 * -. - . --'- ■;■ "•••". *f**~^^^ "*.'■ ."; "t " 'j ; ' \.., 5» i, .x -; 'j ~" -j ' "•'■'■'■ ' *^i»iu^: --'- '■'"' ■••.-:"; \'-x\.': ■■':•?. t TwifTCitv^store?- ~"":^" ■'■■ - "kt" 0* <f*V> ' --'s? it* W'i
and Kabo mattea-at :....... I(>I.OO _ - >**<* <^^ ' sortment is large and. quantities limited— do /..^^^^S^^ combinedl. .. . ..." :.. $5, $8 A- ND $7
'^BBafIHBHaBSBBnHBBHaBHBHBannBBnBBOKHn *^* not fai^ t0 come early and take advantage of this great offer N^
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1904
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