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Minneapolis spent last Sunday with Mr.,
and Mrs. Haldeman of Blair street.
Miss Alice Robertson, the recent guest
of her aunt, Mrs. Nettie Smith, has re
turned to her home at Dover, Minn. -
Mrs. Swartout, the recent guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Guy L. Caldwell, has re
turned to her home in Herman.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown entertained
at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Hollen
berg of Minneapolis.
Miss Ida Jones, the recent guest of Mrs.
!VV. G. Van Meter, has returned to her
home at Luverne.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. Montgomery
were the guests of Minneapolis friends at
dinner' Thursday. . .-
Miss Cecile Cole has returned from
Olivia, where- she visited her sister. Mrs.
Charles Heines. _; _-; v
The Epworth league will be entertained
Thursday evening in the church parlors
by Mr. Elliott.
Miss Susie Shepherd has returned from
St. James and Is with her mother in
Minneapolis. . .*.-:
Miss Johnson, the recent guest of Miss
Ruth Bryau. has returned to her home in
Mrs. H. Li. Vandergrift of Albert Lea
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. I.
. Miss Edith Reed of ladies' hall has re
cently entertained her father, Mr. Reed
Mrs. F. H. Crawford and daughter
Pauline spent part of the week at South
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rennitz of Spring
field are visiting their mother, Mrs. E. J.
Mrs. C. P. Smith of StHlwater is the
Cuest of her son. Rev. A. D. Smith.
Claire Champlin has returned from
Osakis, where he spent the winter.
Rev. and Mrs. John Pemberton enter
tained at dinner Monday evening.
Lee Pemberton entertained the Schu
mann ctub Monday evening.
Mrs. Nail of Minnehaha street has re
turned from the south.
Charles Donaldson has rejoined his class
El Hamline university.
Thomas Montgomery Jr. has returned
from North Dakota.
Rev. F. A. Cone of Northfield spent last
Sunday fn Hamline.
Mrs. Norman Larson entertained Wed
nesday at luncheon.
G. H. Glass and H. A. Noltimier have
returned from Cuba.
Mrs. E. E. Higgins entertained at din
ner Friday. evening.
Miss Alta Gordon is spending Sunday
.with her mother. ;: *
Mrs. John Munson entertained Thursday
Mrs. Emil Pedersen is in North Da
[I DAYTON'S BLUFF ~*
The Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor of the Atlantic Congregational
Church held its annual election of officers
last Friday evening at the home of Miss
Eflie Hosmer. The result was: President,
Archie "Duncan; vice president, Frank
George; secretary. Marion Duncan; treas
urer, Carrie Scott.
.Mis. William yon Deyn of Bates ave
nue entertained the committee of the
German "Tauskrauschen" Thursday after
noon. The guests were: Mrs. G. Stamm
IVlrs. F. W. Bergmeier, Mrs. Gustave Wil
lius, Mrs. A. Nauman, Mrs. Louis Marr
end Mrs. Charles Weinhagen.
Mrs. Annett of Reaney street enter
tained the 1903 Card club Wednesday
afternoon. Miss Maud Havekost, Mrs.
James Linden and Mrs. P. Hoefer.won the
favors. . The next meeting will be held
with Miss Maud Havekost of Beech street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Brink of Bates
avenue-have announced the engagement
of their daughter. Nellie ClotHde, to Louis
F. Nienaber. The marriage will occur
the latter part of next month.
Mrs. M. Brenner of East Fourth street
entertained the Babies' Home Sewing
society Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. J.
Miss of Bate* avenue will entertain the
society next. ■
Mrs. P. J. Pheeney of East Third street
entertained the Ladies' Aid Society of
St. John's Catholic Church Wednesday.
Mrs. Callahan will be the next hostess.
A number of young people gave a 'dan
cing party Friday evening at Dr. Foote's
ball on East Third street. Mr. and Mrs.
11. Morris chaperoned the party.
Mrs. Hugh WhIA of East Third street
entertained the Ladies* Cooperative So
ciety of the Atlantic Congregational
The ladies of the M. O. B. club and
their husbands Rave a surprise last Fri
day evening~Tor Mr. and Mrs. E. Tepel of
The Dayton's Bluff Mothers' club will
meet Friday in the Van Buren school.
Miss Louise Emery will lecture on "In
Mrs. Charles Miller of Hudson avenue
entertained the Ladies 1 Aid Society of
Holman Memorial Church Tuesday after
Mrs. Silas J. Gottschamer of Bates ave
nue will entertain the Neighborhood
Thimble bee at a sauerkraut dinner Tues
Mrs. Samuel Brant of Ravine street
entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. Jones of
Minneapolis the first of the week. ::v-j?
The Betsy Ross Thimble Bee club will
meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ed
ward Wolterstorf of Maple street.
Mrs. R. E. McCleary of East Fourth
street entertained William Clark and
bride of St. Cloud last Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Voligiry and Miss Mary Fos
ter of Stillwater were guests during the
week of Mrs. R. E. McCleary.
Mrs. H. C.-Ahrens entertained the Aft
ernoon Birthday club Thursday at her
home on East Fourth street.
Miss" Stella Willius of Hoffman avenue
will entertain the I'm Zoo Wee club at
luncheon Tuesday, March 21.
Mrs. John Lawrence of East Seventh
ptreet will entertain the Friday After
noon Card club this week. •
The Milo Athletic club gave a social
hop Monday evening at their hall on
Margaret-and.Forest street. -
The Lilac Birthday club met on Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. J. Turner of
The Ely.sian CaTd club will meet Tues
day afternoon with MrS* Flannery of East
Miss Marie Mlsz has returned from her
eastern trip a*id has removed to 61 East
Sixth street. N . ; ■■•-
The Nonpareil Card club met last Sat
urday evening with Mr. and Mrs ' G
Wilder. ...-.-.- .:->.>.:--.?.- .v. ' *.
Miss Carrie Stratton, of Minneapolis
spent the week with Mrs. R. E. Mc-
Miss May Symes of River Fails, Wis.,
Visited friends on the bluff during the
Mrs. E. A. Saver of Bates avenue Is'
back from visiting relatives at Late
Mrs. Gross of M innohaha street enter
tained the M. O. B. club Tuesday after
noon. • t '
Mrs. 11. T. Eachus of Bates avenue
■will entertain the Monday club tomor
Miss Vera Helmes of East Fifth street
has gone to New Ulm to visit relatives.
The Haviland Euchre club met Wednes
day with Mrs. J. Fischer of Sims street.
' Mrs. W. W. Lewis of Oelwein la., has
ween the guest of friends on the bluff.
Mrs. John Wharry of Burns avenue
entertained at dinner last evening. -~
! Mrs.: Dlckman will be hostess for -the
Two Hour Euchre club tomorrow. —-
Mrs. EL Morris of the Binder has re
turned from a visit in.Duluth
. Mrs.. G. Burke of Bates avenue will
leave tomorrow for Indian^.
.Miss Gussle Stein of the Binder enter
tained Thursday evening. .
The Young Ladies' Thimble Bee club
Continued on Thirty-fourth f Page
Storage of Furs v-1 Ilk the Art Embroidery | silk headquarters of the northwest. r Women's Silk Vests " Extras in Wash Goods
We store your furs during summer and Stamped and Tinted Pillow Covers *IQ J^Q £/f& *'W • g^\ These are fine imported Swiss ribbed Tt is &l yin ß values like this that makes
insure them against loss by moths, fire or or floral and conventional designs. OZTC (^Jjfjf^W M§M »*» white, cream, sky and pink, also all ' this . the most .popular Wash .Goods sec
theft at nominal charges: Fur repairing" # New stamped Doilies and Center Pieces f//M*lMMMifLmjmfW&%r*O our last season's fine Lisle Vests, beau- tio" I°to7 k'n' A., xr , . -
and remodeling of old fur garments to th? for stiletto embroidery. . AWwMfH^9^3Xz" - tifully trlmmed wit" »a^ **<* sold Yegu- .J >c Embroidered Vo.le. Monday IC
latest styles receive the same careful at- New pa ness Scrap Baskets, worth to m~ ■ I ~~Jjt Ml .j* ' larly at 11.00 and ■ $1.36. Here Monday for only • • ****
tention as orders for new garments. $1.10, at 59c ' 69c and 79c. - W-Jm}^ for V""---? A large line of Printed Batistes of spot
:';;-iiU-* i. . -*» «. Free embroidery lessons daily from 2to 4. > . '" • ; 1 Cf\ ■ and floral designsi- on white grounds. 31
We Guarantee Satisfaction" ' $1 Tapestry Pillow Tops, 37c. Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul, Minn, y jVC inches wide and all fast colors, Q
IIIIIIIHII ,>^. ■-— -»..«^ —^—TTffT,—J Recognized Fashion Xeaders in Cloaks and Costumes. W^^-||B^| ' worthlSc to 20c, a>>^' ' ' •■• CC
New Embroideries The Greatest Lace Event Of the Season Children's Spring Apparel
. We place on sale Monday a variety of new embroid- ~"~ "^"""r™""™" T""™"^ 1"™"1^'^"™"""11^^""'^^^""™""11^^""™"""" • • ————————
ered sheer linen Waist Patterns which were Intended to A fortunate purchase from the largest lace Jobbing house in America enables us to w* are showing all the latest styles of Misses' and
be-sold aonr y higher-price, than Monday's. 52.50 v• . vV" ♦ 0ffer.7,500 yards of high grade seasonable goods at a fraction of the original cost. - broid'Soth fndTan^* novifte^in^
i^^hl^i^M£ VemCe> B SBf LaCe "d BrOdene G""OOnS ' Band *« "B*B' Applique., Ooubl. Edge Bandings Medallions, All- at prices ranging from $3.75 to *sk 1265
embroidered Waist Patterns at 00 assortment of hand- Over* and Insertions in black, ecru, white and fancies. See our new. spring line of Boys' Coats, in light and
embroidered Waist Patterns at $5.00 to $20.00. insertions m black, ecru, white and fancies. See our new spring line of Boys' Coats, in light and
Corset Cover Embroideries that are exceptionally big : ~ ' - - *:•■•-•: -.-• ■ dark colors, sizes 3to 6 years, at prices fl* f
bargains are some entirely new open work styles, Off^ EVif I <\f V ' ' « *%> V I'" * '*% - — • ' ranging from $10.00 to $yj
with beading tops, 50c values, Monday Jm\J\* Qp rOr - *^°^ It I Q/« *Or Lot 2, , *> Q*% For Lot* 3, * For the little tots we are showing a variety of dainty
Embroidered Allovers, Swiss and nainsook, suitable "./*rW WOrth tO 35c * WOl*th tO 75c *^ Zr%* WOl°ih to £ 1 50 styles of % length Spring Coats, of covert, broadcloth and
for entire waists, worth up to At\*> i ri />fi^ ■ '; -•-"-•■ ; - w* "*w «J»*»«*v t cheviot, in sizes 2to 6 years, from «I*ff*
$1.25 a yard, for 4cJC AND O"C ' ' $16.50 to $3
Particular attention Is called to our Novelty Em- _^_ -^ —;_ m * A ** *% » • -• " ~~Z ~ T~" 1 Boys' Knickerbocker Suits, in white and colored wash
broideries, Allovers, Flouncings. Galloons, etc. Lfl^ POP LOL **, QIJ. For Lot 5, $1.19 For Lots 6 materials, sizes 2to 7 years <£•« mr^
Hand-embroidered Linen and Eyelet Hole Embroidery U/t WOrth tO S3 • *OC worth to $5 1 = worth to $9 j ■^:™^"*=-^"«dSH2
for entire suits, 30 and 45 inches wide, from $1.75 to $5.50 WOWO K> ipj WOrW «<> *^ *.. WOrth tO $9, Cnolce new styles in Misse3 . and children's Wa^h
a yard - : " — — — Dresses, in sizes 2to 14 years, at popular prices.
Silk Headquarters Shimmers With the Sheen of the Handsome New Spring Silks
*• ss:^rs v^'^oZ^^js^^^z % r^^ cs^ n of plaln and fancy siika ~ I
W hit- Habutai Black Chiffon T.tfet* Travelers' S.mnl^ A Black Crepe Wonder New Foulards
Now is the time when this Ten pieces, a surprising value, a genuine imported Chiffon Taffeta. | ■■vcroi^ . T flßl i^ . . ,_ - . . - _ F°r -"ZT^k^-lnch
Now is the time when this very soft and high finish, most desirable for waists, skirts and shirt- *"" 'U8| t %%£££ \" ' h ?*>, w'd, e ' he^\f ron f f beaut ful- soft For a pure silk 24-lnch
silk is most in demand. Twen- waist suits; would be a bargain at Ssc. We offer it l?n^ For bafirS' fancy WOrk and for this cualf!?? tl *•»s^£ xt i Ynotlceable- Our reg"l:ir PnCe wide Foulard, - the greatest
ty-five hundred yards will be special for Monday, at... !..-.?. : 59C trlmming-about two thou- for this quality Is $2.50. . For Monday less than b.alf Ci 1Q value ever offered. One hun
offered Monday. Be early, as sand pieces, very choice pat- P c' per * ara 4* ■• IO dred pieces, only in the most
it won't last long. It is pure Colored Crepe de Chines terns and Quality, marked by |y a A «t.»l »*%«.«.«««» desirable colorings, navys,
silk, 20 inches .wide, wash- ~™ r . the piece niat>wrai KOngeeS - . . ~ browns, tans greens grays
able and worth 39c a yard Any shade you may want in light and dark colors, regular Ssc -r*-// -22 inches wide, for 49c " 27 inches wide for $125 lavenders and black; actually..
While it lasts. Monday only quality 24 inches wide. Special ,-Q at "J Qq to RQq each ,7 Inches wide, for 69c 33 inches wide for $4.25 worth 85c a yard, will be sold
_ ; \J&\* I > !27 Inches wide, for ...980 86 inches wide! f0r.... $1.35 at only
fP C°lor<-d Po^!"' aU S]l deS ' 2T ln- wlJe; 9Bc- Rai»h», full range of colors. 30 in. wide. $I*s. Bur.inghams and Burlingham I. Jungles, 27 in. wide, ?2. A. jg*.
I, /P^ New Fai\cv Silks for Shirtwaist Suit . !u Ss! rulyt!? j27 inches wide, - for 98c 36 inches wide! for $1.35 at onl :& m^
mf Colored Pongees, all shales. 27 in. wide. 98c. Rajahs, full range of colors. SO in. wide. $1.25. Bur.ingh.m, and Burlingham I. Jungles, 27 in. wide, $2. J*.
I *% £+ The New Fancy Silks for Shirtwaist Suits the latsst designs and wsavM-Chiffon Taffetas, Paau ds Cygn; S . Gros d s Londrss. LoJlsines JL Oj^
S W i lCqUard ..c. f!::?:.. ch. a. r::! eon and changeabl9- It will cer!an!y interest you to look through this d^ ou^wiV wh^ ftglirMi bT°C*d ' fiQr> tos2 50 Yard JJr t#
aa^ from ALL SPEcVaLS READY AT giio.'*' NO PHONEf ORDERS.' VPC/Vx lo *3^»Ovr Yard %^r &r
. _^ ALL SPECIALS READY AT 9:30. . NO PHONE ORDERS.' ' •
Interesting Corset, News Smart New Outer Wear for Spring Shoes at Clean-up Prices
We have just received many new Jfr>& ' I™^^^^~~^~"^^-"-i^"^^-™™^™.™ M ™i MM i M jL.^_^ jj " —■——^^ _i>^» wm^^mm~m—^m-.
summer s .inour in lightweight v^^^ t qu «-, ♦„ f"* qua i.. chara^terize every garment, and the models are so varied that every taste may be suited. Al\ Good Shoes for the sloppy spring
materials. In our inexpensive as JBSb Taste, and quality characterize every garment, and the models are so varied that every taste may be suited. A\\ weather are the best prescription that any
well as our choicest exclusive \~ The materials are the newest In texture and coloring, Including many rarely seen in ready-to-wear " garments. " / W'\ doctor could give you.
models, the same careful study to - n• M> <vtvlp in Pvpi<v Imo nmlifv in C OM , Ti,. ai .j rsv? . '■'-■'»>■ A -■ . i V » We have a few small lots of the splen
minute detail is given, we A J^T styie in Every Line—Quality m Every Thread—Characterizes Our Showing „ \\|/»ft didly made
have so many good models to J^±^ * • ' \w/l M^nnhefn\er Shoes
showat /OR N Si k Shirtwaist Dresses dfi^S?©Sa^«. Tofteta Shirtwaist, Suits rM&\\ and Slippers which we win dose out Mon-
Sil TO " /s&«'>'- a." \ Unusually pretty designs in these xflMfl&fot T!?W ,^ ,r , /^^J da>. a t the following prices:
4> I IU 4>vJ / L yV-^^SNwA popular suits SvSßKiiaW^w Jr*f*^fc tor Monday we offer the best Taf- • /j^ "k Six discontinued lines of Mannheimers'
that we are convinced you IMWTH Cloth of Gold, Taffeta, Rajah silk !tS Shirt^ ist. Su*t value ever ,= /T sho^J»^ of kidskin. with patent leath
will be much surprised at IH^ Drf'^ in a var*ety of $30 fiS^^^V^^S f°^ n, at the price. Including, as It \ /•g/V p"! kid tops, welt sole and patent calf
some of the goods w^ are pre- 1 colorings. Monday CQA /Tfex^*^-^ ' '^^^ ™ d "^T" ' &/1 1 k, d top button Shoes, with weit
pared to show. Our corset fitters tW^W at 1....... JJO U^S^^^^^T waist and check taffeta, with plaited 4 /// ken. so The line of sixes Is somewhat bro
mLt and skill ?n the seiecuin &o"f MM 7—.--.■--. change- $15 suit, for ns- es" $10 ft/ Shoes go for $ I ,98
your corset, no matter what price 1111' 7/g —— a^«. check and stripe, effects; the iM M .'L V ) Itx thp U/,;* « e/ .»s ft n WV/ A few pairs of women's Satin Slippers,
you may wish to pay; then too you /ffll / % WalStS are Bnlrred- Pelted, box vl JM JK / Zgj;- \fi the WaiSt* Section \\/f- all different styles, also a few f-fi^>
e^ewre^a^ 161" 5~. th™ 1' ZA SSS Espec.a^prlcS w|/T f/ Never before have we had such a- j A 7 _ .^™of Kid Slipper, to Cose out,..»»C
elsewhere, as we make such a care- m -3* ™ for Monday at. J>2s ■" * H ■ I^K\#-V/ large Waist business as this season . A feW discontinued lines of Slippers made of patent
ful study of corsets, knowing that $$,• . '$*??■* H B|W7/ rZ uusiness as mis season leathers and fine vicl kid. that are all good styles, but
more is expected of us. Ask to " . fi IVnilcitvcr IMrl E&^ w. in«~^»^h 11 # the line of sizes is somewhat broken^ $2.50 C< C/i
see our very large and comprehensive assortment of Walking Skirts • - ; IH R# £torete^i7i£wn .^ch^-^S Q"d $3-°° ValUeS ' M°nday .......... $1.89
. Worner*S RuSt-PrOOf Corsets • The "howil »B ot these popular gar- ipOT**^? ' of pretty styles at prices which are J The Care of the Feet
for the spring and summer of 1905. " SfoMhe neTes'tTcular SSfiKS ill HI *W* S° attraCtive- ■ " No. 1-For excessive perspiration, water in which a.
—: . — i ! flounce^ effects In TTOds £2 Mil lt«V\ Tour Inspection of the new Lawns. few drops of ammonia has been poured, followed by a
Trimmings and Buttons B^dclotte SuiamSTvoUes Ih^ >T IV | I 1 Linens silks and Novelty Waists Is" rubbing of alcohol, will be of benefit r^
rimmmgs and Buttons her d chec^ anda^esy olgoi£ e .t j |\ . sxi lea- asthestocksarenowcom- r^" ..,,,., ,. —r-r—
We are showing a trmlngcollectiolh^hL f-- unBS $5 * $35 J' I, La^^Xs^om^.OO Lmens and White Novelties
u^uo iTpM^n 5 '" enameled, rhlnestone and crochets Exceptional values at $7.50, $10, //] II UN ' Hand-embroidered at $7.50 to $30. " New and exclusive designs in Tablecloths and Nap
• won r,»« iV i• "v "•/"■ • : $12.50 and $15. .. lj :__\ Y/JJI H ill lftV, Wash Silk Waists at $3 to $20. I kins will be shown here Monday. Not only is the variety
Many new arrivals in handsome imported dress trim- Tan Covert, Coats ■ Mi, (1 1 \\, 50.,, .„ Qua-. c..» of designs remarkable and the patterns particularly rich
HI Z'! h-l" 8 !"»'» B",1^, A PPB«>»«'-'» colowd. j Tan Covert, CoatS <W# \\ \\ MhW School and Outim Ce«'.» I and beautiful, but the prkes are a third IL,M-"han equal
black and white. Spangled trimmings in colors and black. /S ft i II \\\\ \m\^S. , - ~ linens can be bought for elsewhere
A full line of wool fiber braids in black and all the new *** most correct models, in all the &£/ / I \ flkV^Sv of Tan Covert ' Mixtures and Chevl- "ne 1 can bj . ought for elsew here,
spring shades, in both plain and fancy weaves. desirable shades, - *2S»><(f M J \\L IV VxvV^' ots, taffeta lined, half lined and un- A l*ew Of the Newest Round Center Designs
Special Pure white pearl buttons. 14 to 24 1A $7.50, $ 10. $12.50 tO $35 11-i.3^ a'"'' $6ToSi2S loni»n Napoleon Violets Maidenhair
J: lines. 2 dozen on a card, per card | (JC ' *^ s^^^-H^g^^ "v.-. »Pvf 4?^vJ Azalea Art, Noveau Rose Bouquet Marshal Niel Rose
_ ~ " ■— ■ —— — ' l=" ——; — Exclusive designs in Embroidered French Linens at..75c
Early Spring Millinery This *»* w<"kin * s^^X&J&±S&2£U2&isTVXZ "T£ <; prr?"^T^r' «"• •• "-
Advance SS o^3^" 25^^^^^•^^^^S^^^^.-;.. cv, b« .$22.50 |^S!SlS^^^^ $1.25
N'W Ar"VaU °"'y-. Slx.th e . S lyt e ,, o dm.ttrUl S .llhe Mm ,prlcl"-'"- "'> ..- Sheer Cotton Fabrics of German make, in - ft
i mmjj ulj Grenadines" Spider Cloth and Creponette" vJvJi*
A Display of New Dress Fabrics That Will Enthuse the Most Particular Women Is Now Ready
New Colored Mohair Suitings — ~ for new P . n - , ... TEN—SPEClAL —bargains—in—black—goods ij|
m air Ul IligS y fl^>the nra PaTiama Suitings, one of the most popular of /t* -^ 4 a yard for French Chiffon Broadcloth, a high-grade ILDColored Cre»» de Paris
are destined to be the most popular and / *■§ f^ „,„?'"' spring cloths, especially adapted for shirt- \S I fabric of standard worth and light spring- weight that WOOL orw qe rQriS
overline stripes and small checks, having a C/ O l/°- lnch Engllsh Mohair Sicilian. - > I 1 M 4G- nch all-wort French Chiffon Veiling T ' ?".? *"* eVen ° eW nOVelty Bpri"
-beautiful bright lustrous finish. dQ «•«* silk and wool Crepe de Chine: t I•kJ kJ J£»2 new S-Sr^Sh Drop^d'E*e; ?S d& As l ValU6 Mnday fiQr
A 75c value Monday for *|^f C all of which will be univesally adopted for spring wear; worth $1.50. al distinguished fabrics, imported exclusively by us. Worth $1.75. ■ '"' v UC7C
50-inch colored Mohair Sicilians £i £% C New French Nub Voiles at Half Their Value r f\C Colored Tflff^a Mohflir *****
T ,. , " W^k ,« ~""""— ———^—————_———^—^—„ mf^. l&^fijj ln nerit '""'descent mixtures, interlaced with
™ ion lustrous. ilk >' finish cloth we m» a 10° Pieces of these most fashionable new Spring Dress Goods, suitable for every purpose-with «B , indistinct overlines and small neat figures
t£T^lveTy^T^^orZZ^^ft'B ' ' "eat 3mail dotted broken stripes and other beautiful designs, raised on plain voile background, in V J y d . and Scotch clan checks in new greens,
and shirtwaist suits. —^v w »K«1 -5 c s^l Navy Blu2 H*\.o Gulden Brow.i M/r6le Tai Dahlia WhiLe i m||"lFTHiii * browns, onion skin, blues, tans, castor, black
A 75c value Monday for \}C/C vvort»n *!•*-> «MHL; Marine Onion. Skin Seal Brown Reseda Castor Black Cream 'SH K& Wort*h SI 25 and white. A $1.50 value aq
*"**"* ~ Bw Remember, they are positively the greatest values ever offered. " fejg^^lßr v w '"** Monday for ' C/OC
Four Petticoat Bargains Qne More Day of the Big-Notion Sale Fine Writing Paper
coa?i Utl?h dJJTfIoSJe and'ex'ra'lnde^ay 5110^1"/^ 1" eve f '?'»*' wT" 1 b<> an°ther da>' °f SpecM barg3in KiVing frOm OUr annual sale -hJ-h is «>y all odd. the biggest I o nnn , f> , fc ~ '
Black-Ncarsi^^u^'haVin^deeruS event of its we ever had. See these prices. No phone order, filled. None .ent C. O. D. T^^' If^ 2.000 pounds of high-grade Trench Fabric, linen finish
Black • Nearsi,k ' haVing" deep"" uX^ tere^ SJit^^^^LiT^^ ol^k' S 1?° 1r A'STT JffSLfiTWrti^
flounce, finished with three hemstitched ruffles and step paring ?heh^spTln^find summer costumes Tntre is no ' ' °P *' ' SP°° "'-- '' C rather the rUle in the Stallone., section, and tremendous .
bands, regularly priced at $1.25. QO r other event In the Notion Section of^greater interest Ho** Supporters-Fancy frill elastic, lisle elastic, all selling goes hand in hand with remarkable pricing. To-
Monoay only vfOL as these Shields are guaranteed to be at less than man- colors and «l«es.-an excellent supporter, very strong and morrow comes something unusual, even for this section.
A lot of Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats, having deep ufacturing cost. The makers trademark is lacking or well made- equal to many sold at 25c per -lA r as this good paper Is put up in round packages, oxford
accordion plaited flounce, 1 finished with ruffle and men- the prices would be more than double We guarantee Pal"----"- • ..:.:...:'. .... IVfL Blxe. in white, blue and gray shades, and the new wallet
sssi—'-riSs pure gum. lightweight nainsook, absorbent, crescent WS&tSISM OmMMMm
*i ßrown, blue and green Moire Petticoats, having three. shirtwaist shape sook. In all sizes, 2. 3. 4 and 5, and „ Hook-on. Sew-on. Pin-on and Abdominal Pad How Envelopes to match, 3 packs for 20c. or per .pack.. 7c
attached ruffles, each finished with tucks* and strap bands worth up to 3©c a pair. Any style or size per t/\ Supporters, in plain and fancy frill elastic. *)ff r v
extra underlay and dust'ruffle, also fine black Mercerized pair, only . '■ - lUC Extra Beclal- per pair r **Jt ■ :.
i atPc tttiC °at umbrel, la flounce wlth accordlon plait- By the dozen pairs $1.10.^ Horn Hair Pin., all styles. 1 dozen to the box, highly ¥7* Tl <Tr/I\/S« <T CprttAl\
Mond?> for"!! 8 ' hs2-°°- <S1 Black Sewin ° Silk on targe spool,, warranted 750 PoU-hed. regular 23c a box quality. *t R r l^llgraVing 06011011
" *•*• *pi»<JVf yard, to the spool, and best quality, pure dye. This Is a tOT • '•••• •"•'•• ■yv ■ . . ——^—
! ~ ] ' ! T — _ great bargain, as It's the lowest price*ever quot- Q^ Best English Pin., all sizes, per paper 9 C Our specialty Is artistic and elegant engraving of
Gloves for Spring Wear "--"-—-'■■"■**«—«.*■.-■■■ JJC ***** d.^, c .«.n, . ■.. «* .....; -::,:«. g-jij,^-™---.-. §gEfg§§gg§ggaj
; TTecn, ,-p^u^ o, , K^,,.r K« cove. m Men and Women's Hosiery Me^- S Monday only waE^Ts %^^.^°:«™^.......;. 49c
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for It3 n. sn? -are shmv? ln aU the acee Pted shades Wte&^^&?M?m-SSZ 50c Plain EmhroidVd I 1 f ifi A 50c Flam EmbreidVd only -..::rSH!HS9I¥t-;;O9C
r «u,aoo r an d PMl> .«, ta „„,„ atoe ., nd HHi^^^- SMC. , / -llJy£al/iE 'e ~ ~< •« °»- - - $1.98
Suede. _»-. il HaSi " 50c JlCqwrd Weaw m- -■■ 50c Elerfnc Silk: fashionable Shaded Old English. Special only 3)1.^0
.^:,;rst-,,.5i.00 I^^SS M^iv LUU ji«^ ;^»£S' $1.25
"a/» *vC * -." day, 25c* »^ w«^v^-
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. MARCH 12. 1905
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