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Lyra—the corset of elegance A certain general elegance pervades the entire line of Lyra corsets, distinguish ing them in a marked degree from all othvr makes. They have about them that "iinji-tinai'l<> something" which lends to costume the coveted charm of individual style. Their superiority is as well established as their individuality Is Impres sive. Style—character dominates every pair. The extensive variety Of modish models insures every form being correctly fitted. Prices start at 6.00 and ascend With quality to 18.00. Women's sample suits and coats - 8 ilillt- l/ 3 below regular prices //jW-SBSr & collection of only 138 garments—but the most select and choicest .'; /•/ !»&^IpFF/ styles you can imagine. The assortment consists of ?.;■/;- L \ / Taalor-m&wde silk suits —silk coasts—silk shirtwaist suits >sjp§t^* All that the highest class makers could copy from the swell Paris'and Berlin models are shown' in these garments. The last style touches of /^^^S^^^^^P^\ the spring season are beautifully embodied. In every little detail M |?v\ps^k^/ there is wonderful attractiveness.. There is included the fashionable •rrjte Awv&^^lSS Hedingote styles, the new blouse effects—all handsomely made, trimmed /^^^P^^AW'Kj '% and finished. . If only to look, come Monday. . WJk^Sm 25.00 silk suits will be 17.50 ." . " ■ 29.50 silk suits will be 20.00 ': 1881!?^^' 32.50, 35.00, 37.50 silk coats and suits 25.00 - A f|| /[ 42.60 and 45.00 Redingote suits for 32.50 ■ -iPPlii / 5000 and 55.00 Redingote suits 37.50 11} ■ -.J§§jp|§ / ' • 29.50 silk Redingotes will be 20.00 :' JlßliSii/' " 25.00 silk blouses will be 17.50 -"■ § j^B^Sm \ " 35.00 silk Redingotes for .25.00 :Mjal Tailored suits for Easter ]^^Hl|, . :at saving of 33^% *r™TSL ' Jla"""k m Jy«r*lrX k . For a week we have been pleasing customers with these suits, ana with the arrival of [L JIIL Jp ilfTa K Jp-tJr^ If A new shipments the coming week will be busier than ever. We never had a more varied I'M "' i^-^liri. m^^Sa/Jr or be.tter collection of suits at any price. These are top notch in style, material and rr:^-siM " Yvxt**r^C ~"w*\ft*\>sy\ a tailorin ff- In fact> the best suits at full prices you could possibly desire; but this Easter / JJP* i l£uirv__jg;'" j VL^**'^*tjX sale offers them one-third below the regular values. IIH "- —^O*^-*^ v,5 29.50 suits 17.501 "S 39.50 suits 25.00]% 55.00 suits 35.00 Covert Coats on demand Any style, any length, any price—we have them and keep continually getting them. "Field-Schlick's for covert coats" has become town talk this season. Why? We have the best assortment of the best styles at the lowest prices. 10 different —^ m 9 _ 20 different WJ^ — 25 different —* _ styles of Ith/S styles of \\ Cil styles of lfi}C£V covert coats T^" 9i V/ , covert coats, *%P # KJ** covert coats, *^^#^" Late spring models not shown here before All lengths from 20 to 42 inches, includng" Highest grade Jackets — exclusive styles' —finest covert cloths — handsomely tal- the fashionable English-box coat—satin or found here only— Dublin twist coverts lored and strapped—satin or taffeta lined. taffeta lined—every garment strictly man- —custom tailored throughout—will comfiare Greatest values ever offered here. tailored. Extraordinary values. ••.,•- with any 20.00 or 22.50 coat -- w;- V -■■'..'- . ■•» - . . .• - ~. ~ i%■"■■-•*»■.-•> \.. i • . - »■-.■-■■■•_.« ■ •-....-._ -. . - Interesting dress goods selling fine mohair Sicilians at 49c Another; shipment just arrived and that means another sale. Yes. those same -brilliantly " A m lustered mohairs that are full 50 inches wide will be 49c a yard. By all means take -Am M^^k advantage of this sale, for it now looks as if we would never again be able to announce . £ B £*&. a similar sale. The price of these goods has advanced skyward and this is probably the M Bit vw M . last lot we will be able to get under the old price. There is a great range of colors in MB! B this shipment, including blacks, blues, browns, grays, greens and reds. The cloth is XLr -*** 4K*^ beautifully lustered, 50 inches wide, sells for 60c and 75c. Choice Monday '.. m Panama cloth French voiles Novelty mohairs f*^ Here. is the, best value on the mar- a special lot of these stylish cloths Handsome —direct from the ket, without exception, all wool in light spring weights, blacks and *► n Pme of , mohairs— Eng sswwsaft?.... 75c b?.£ S^i ßsc ztssSsz*** i.oo Finest imported cotton goods A magnificent display now ready All that one could possibly desire in the beautiful spring and summer cottons'is here.- There Is nothing lacking to make this the favorite exhibit In the northwest. Variety almost endless-weaves and ,ty"s dlstlnctl^d fferlnt from other collections, including a beautiful assortment exclusive with this house. ■-■ ™ distinctly different I*^ ■%f4!r'Ck 5° pieceS Of fine stri Ped English waistings, in -r^ wAil d t.he popular madras weave, both colored \t |^ — == white grounds—3sc regularly. Monday.... M^V Special X«' Ot Fr€Qcil S^ teenS In BPlendid Prin^. choice styles, handsome as any foreign -» -*■- V^^/C^.*C»l silk, 40c values: Monday....'.". iwrcjgn 2#W» ■••■■ - - ■■ • . - — # *§y\s '" — ; • ' ■ - -■• ■ . - ■%•:•: Sample silk petticoats at exactly one-third off juet as mewr new and clMn as th:>- -"■"--- -- - --'- ss 5.50 petticoats will be..... 3.95 \ 7.00 petticoats will be 495 12.00 petticoats will be.....;..... 7.50 18.50 petticoats will be 12 50 30.00 petticoats will be..... 20.00 25.00 petticoats will be 16 50 .° *-- UV • 10.011. GRAND JURORS WILL ASSEMBLE TUESDAY jßottschalk Cases Are Only Ones of Importance Before Them The grand jury will reconvene Tues day morning at 10 o'clock in court loom No. 1 to receive preliminary in structions from Judge O. B. Lewis be fore undertaking the consideration of trimlnal cases for the April term of court. In all probability the first cases to be brought to their attention by County Attorney Kane will be those figalnst Edward Gottschalk, charged With the murders or Christian H. Schindeldecker and Joseph Hartmann. A number of other lesser criminal cases will also be passed upon by the body, but unless something out of the ordinary routine of criminal cases de velops the session will probably be concluded within a week's time. Husband Falls to Appear Mrs. Augusrta Schaumberg was granted t i"vo^ c, from John Schaumberg by Judge Kelly yesterday. The grounds were cruel and inhuman treatment, and no opposition was made by the husband to the granting of th« decree. Mrs. Schaum berg and other witnesses recited a lone line of indignities suffered at the hand* of bchaumberg to whom she was married In hi w«S j» WM al6 year old gM and THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, APRIL 9. 1905 _ ST. PAUL'S SILK SELLING STORE. • Field, Scbiick $ Co. ENTRANCES WABASHA, FOURTH, FIFTH AND ST. PETER STREETS. ACCUSES HUSBAND OF THREAT TO KILL Policeman Finds Thinly Clad Woman Running From Horn* Shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday morning a woman clad only In her night gown and clasping a baby in her arms was noticed by a patrolman fleeing .from a house at 533 Slbley street and run down the street. The poMceman inquired the trouble whereupon the woman said she had been chased out of the house by her husband, who had threatened to kill her. The husband was arrested and Grand clearing sale silks 75c to 2.00 qualities at 49c ' • Including a big new purchase of 3,000 yards of novelty silks in full pieces and worth 1.00. 1.25 and 1.50 a yard A great clean-up at a sensational pricea total of 7,000 yards in all— addition to the 3,000 yards mentioned above, there will be 4,000 yards from our regular jSI j^B^k stock—accumulations from various sales—in lengths of •"> to 20 yards and worth i^SI JsTlik 75c to 2.00 a yard. Choice of entire collection 49c. There will be all sorts and 4^l| fill Hi kinds of silks—taffetas and louisines in stripes, checks and figures—new checked M Bill %» silks in every color and size of checks, such shades as red, brown, tan, navy, black VHHrI , 8F and white, also black and white plaids—every color and color combination you can Jill £^T • think- of is hereand absolutely the best silk values that have been offered in the Twin-Cities this season will be ready for you at 9:30 tomorrow a.m. Plenty of extra sales- ' opA e .£* eXtra SpaCe has been provided to make the buying quick and easy. Be here be- *%> a - 7?So 9"ofT^. t: rihTotoo^r crowds of. the season. . Unrestricted choice of l^tS. ayd 7,000 yards of 1900 silks, worth to 2.00, f0r........ *>»*•»* J CAI Vt Other silk specials Cl*:-*,*,^:..^ c »x #I 1 75c, 85c, foulards, 24-in... . 49 c OfllTtWaiSt Stilt SlIK^ . 1.25 foulards, 30-inch 69c gr r/v#v l 1:25 striped pongees, 27-in.... 68c ' 0,500 yarCIS at Half Dfice ' 1.00 embroidered pongees, £" h 58c " "Black CrPn*. A* PM.,. . H'Sh CI3S3 '"*' and exclusively 1905 st >les' ***** all the new checks, stripes, figures y »iaCK Wepe de CllinaS and changeable effects. The colorings and patterns are quite different from any shown Extra-Specials for Tomorrow *lsewhe«. and include, all the scarce shades. The best mills of both Europe and America OAA W ./• I' -■■■' haVe fUrniShed these beautiful silks, and the variety of styles is almost endless. 2.00 quality, 44 inches wide. 1.48 " r% 2.50 quality, 44 inches wide. 1.98 Sale in three immeni« lots. a* follows: - 3.00 quality, 46 inches wide. 2.25 V?^ 1""^ fkfk^ \fO^ 2 ~ *9t\~ Lot 3- 3.50 quality, 48 inches wide. 2.75 i'.S sUk, °OC JilS Ms /9C SB^te 00 OOC Appenzell hand embroidered waust patterns—just in You will want to own one as soon as you see it—They are sim ply the acme of daintiness. Beautiful designs, hand embroidered on fine sheer linen—and there are cuffs and collars to match Doesn't that sound good? Only 15 styles to select from, but no two alike —prices range from 7.00 8.00 9.50 10.00 12.00 to 13.00 Others that are not hand embroidered, but which are mighty good counterfeits of the genuine, range In price 2*75 3.50 375 4-00 and 4.50 April s&Je of la^ce curtains Another week of sensational selling Extra, special 182 pa^irs of Irish point la^ce it *® ft ST ta?^ 1J fO? >h ir.soto 22.50 a pair—in Arabian and whit,e—3^ yards long, II /«% 50 and 60 inches wide. Choice of lot, only ...........,™. .. f. .. _ . . f | i£o g 5.00 to 6.00 L^ik wrs* Arabian, Soutache, Cluny, L || Point d'Arabe, Marie * ■• »V Antoinette lace curtains \J V#.^-- 20.00 t022.50 T A rri- Arabian, Cluny. Linen, I '/ |w Irißh Point lace curtains... W Easter gloves at 1.00 P« A L.—A p^nuine French imported kid In shades to match the new Easter gowns. Tr»mont—An English cape glove, won derfully well made and srood wearing. New spring stock now in. Chamois gloves at 1.00. Wash goods under price In the big American wash goods de partment tomorrow there will be two lots of the most needed kinds on sale at prices that are pronounced bar gains. - Voile and Etamine Wash Suitings. 60 pieces in this lot, ail colorings and splendid styles, excellent for shirt waist suits. Neat checks, figures and mixed effects, clever copies of all wool fabrics, 15c and 19c «* values. Special iIC 32-inch Chambrays. 1 lot of beat American chambrays, in all the plain colorings made; also in small checks of black and white, blue and white and pink and white. The merits of these chambrays are recog nized by every one. 15c and **»1 18c qualities at JZaC taken to the central station, where he gave the name of Charles E. Davis. Davis was charged with disorderly conduct In police court yesterday. He pleaded not guilty, and the case was continued. Jury Unable to Agree The jury which heard evidence in Judge .Bunns division of ■ the district' court In the .case of B. Presley t & Co.. nuin« the wells-Fargo Express company, 'reported a disagreement yesterday morning, and were excused from; farther 'deliberations'. The case was one In which- ..he fruit com ■ mission bouse sought to recover 1*1.137.50 as. damages suffered by a car •of straw berries while in. transit from Arkansas to St. Paul. The jury received Its - charge and retired Friday afternoon. : .. 6^o to 7.50 **~ Arabian, Cluny and Sou- >■ fa K. tache lace curtains *y*jf \P . 27.50 to 33.50 w £\ or Lace Curtains, Marie An jJC S' || toinette, Cluny and *o^u Arabian Laces -^^•-■^J'^* April ,/ale carpets and 'rugs Best quality Wilton rugs Ext>ra specials 20 discontinued patterns at "prices that will sell them on sight. Don't wait 20 st-vles of the best quality Wilton vel for a second invitation - -.-- . vet carpets, regular price * **%. ■;<*■ . , n ... 1.70, this week 1.40 9 xl 2 rug was 37.50 is now 32.00 *t v 10-6x12 rug- was 52.50 is now • 42.00 10 patterns of Roxbury Bras- /* _ 8-3xlo-« rug was 33.50 Is n^:;::;:.T" 28 75 ■*• best --^at- 90c , 6x9 rug was 22.00 is now ..::::::::::, 9^ I™ quallty inlald »no!eum at.... 1.30 * 60c quality linoleum 4»c *-6*"6 rug was 18.75 Is now 11.00 50c quality linoleum '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..43 c ' V ' 1.25 silk vests Swiss imported silk vests. fln« qual ity, low neck, hand crochet yokes, and silk finished —on special sale Olls^ tomorrow. ..*.............. • j^^J^^ OLD RIVER PILOT IS BROUGHT INTO COURT Guardian Will Be Appointed to Look After Veteran An old river pilot in the person of Sol. Wyatt appeared in police court yesterday morning to answer to the charge of vagrancy. Former Mayor F. B. Doran accom panied the old man and informed the Judge that Wyatt was an old soldier and had been an inmate of the Minne sota and national old soldiers' homes, but had left both institutions of his own accord because he could not get Sorosis shoes Easter perquisites JHlßgga^ Ideal patent kid blucher oxfords, on new dart toe last V JmggEP>^-\ • tan Russia calf blucher oxford, on new dart toe last, tan Jf^y I Russia blucher lace boots, on new dart toe last. Patent _" f\* f] kid and tan ,calf. also kid oxfords and boots for all oc ~ V^Jjxr —»- ■-r.. . V casions—and a perfect fit always— regular styles are ■> . "^^ I / 3 —a few bench made shoes at 4.00. High and low f ■ iii \^ I "/.-- shoes for misses in the new tan bluchers. Best wearing shoes in St. Paul for boys and girls. Special stocking sale Monday Fine lisle and cotton stockings—two kinds, both made in Germany—both Hennsdorf dyes. - One is a fine light quality of lisle, with extra splicings at _ heel," sole -and toe. The other is a fine me dium maco cotton stocking—soft and pleasant to wear both 35c values—both Monday at 22C A special display this week of the new and stylish '' '' tan stockings—such as light and dark shades In IL §\f* tan, Havana brown, onion, champagne, etc. ll^Lf'fL-* Plain lisle and embroidered lace boots at 1.00 Drawers Women's lace trimmed drawers, umbrella style, made with a yoke of sateen, open sides, on special .sale « *9 JT *•% at- -:" • • ■•••• -YOC along with the officials in charge. He will be taken back to the soldiers' home of this state if a guardian is ap pointed for him and the case was con tinued a week that a guardian might be named. Judgment f«r Plaintiff Judgment for the plaintiff in the sum of $750. the full amount asked, was entered by Judgu Lewis yesterday in the case of the Breen Stone company vs. Frank P. McOlure, becaus«e of the nonappearance of the defendant to i-ontest the case. Thomas F. Breen tustinVd as to the Jus tice of the claim, which was for .stone furnished the defendant. Red Wing Bock Beer on draught at Cafe Neumann. 10.75 to 12.50 — Arabian, Cluny, Soutache, // P; Marie Antoinette, Point M m^* d'Arabe lace curtains ¥ wtsmm^^ 45.00 to 50.00 . Real Arabian, Marie An- Jk 1 toinette, Arabiau Braid ifsf JLM. k M Lace Curtains ¥ Union suits Our lightweight wool union suits for women are most desirable gar ments for this season of _ the year—extra good § ll£\ at ..r IcJV GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES TWO APPOINTMENTS Henry Murphy of Waseca Is Made a Municipal Court Judge Henry Murphy of Waseca was yes terday appointed municipal Judge in that place to succeed Judge Devlne who has resigned to accept a position in the office of the public examiner at the capitol. The resignation takes ef fect April 11. John H. Williams of Blue Earth was appointed inspector of steam boilers and steam vessels for the eleventh senatorial district, in pla.ce of George Mcßeth.