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SOCIETY
Continued from Thirty-fourth Page
"Wednesday for Miss Flannigan of Chi
cago and airs. Edwards of Minneapolis.
Miss Ethel Budd of Olivia and Miss
Lydia Anderson of Milan have been recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Budd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blackwell enter
tained at dinner Wednesday evening for
Prof, and Mrs. John Pemberton.
Mrs. Lee Arnold of IHlilieapaUi has
been the guest of her sister. Mrs. Wallace
A. Ballentyne, the past week.
Ray Gould of Excelsior, a former stu
dent of Hamline university, spent Thurs
day with Hamline friends.
Miss Alice Wallin. the recent guest of
Miss Edith Ely. has returned to her home
at Northvilie, Mich.
Mrs Larson, the recent gue?t of Mr.
«nd Mrs. Norman Larson, has returned
to Lake Crystal.
Mrs. J. H. McNamara and Mrs. Donald
McKenzie entertained at euchre Friday
afternoon.
Miss Grace Candell of Lake City has
been the recent guest of Hamline friends.
Edward Beaver of New York was the
guest of Mrs. T. M. Fowble Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Drew of Asbury
street will soon move to Denver. Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Robinson are enter
taining Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Jennings.
Mrs. Earl Weatherbee was the guest of
Mrs. Howard M. Smith last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rice entertained
Saturday evening at flinch.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Fleming have re
turned from Lake Crystal.
Miss Pearl Heal has recently enter
tained Miss Helen Smith. "
Dr. and Mrs. George H. Bridgman have
returned from Chicago.
Andrew Ross was in Chicago the latter
part of last week.
VIERRUVI PARK
The Merriam Park "Woman's club held
their last regular meeting "Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. H.
Bishop, Dayton avenue. Mrs. "W. .7.
Logue read a paper on "Josephine." di
vorced wife of Napoleon. Mrs. F. P. Mc-
Js'amara gave a description of the tombs
»f St. Denis. A paper on "The Forests
of Fontainblean" was read by Mrs. Ken
pter and Mrs. "Wells spoke of "The Bar
t>izon Artists."
Mrs. H. O. Helgeson entertained at her
home on Beacon avenue last Thursday
afternoon in honor of her sister. Mrs. H.
Peterson of Minneapolis, who left during
the week for California.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Pierce, who spent
the winter with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ad
amson of Carroll street, have returned to
their summer home at Bald Eagle lake.
Rev. W. B. Ten Broeck. who has been
visiting his son. Rev. George H. Ten
Broeck of Iglehart street, has returned
to his home in Faribault.
The Daughters of the King of St.
Mary's Episcopal Church will meet Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. F. J. Cropsey or
Carroll street.
Miss Crowl. who was the puest of her
aunt, Mrs E. A. Cirrrie of' St Anthony
avenue,~has returned to her home in Cur
rle, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Haggerty of
Caroll street entertained Tuesday even
ing in celebration of their wedding anni
versary.
The Misses Law of Dewey avenue will
entertain the Young People's Mission Club
of Trinity M. E. Church Friday evening.
Miss Madge Adamson of Carroll street
has returned fujjn Devils Lake, N. D.,
where she has been spending the winter.
Mrs. A. K. Prtiden entertained the
Thursday Euchre club Thursday after
noon at her home on Ashland avenue.
Mrs. C. H. Greene of Mount Vernon.
N. V., is the guest of her son, F. M.
Greene and family of Carroli street.
Mrs. McFarland of Dayton avenue en
tertained a number of young people in
formally last Saturday evening.
Miss Johnson, the recent guest of Miss
Edith Snell of Dewey avenue, has re
turned to her home in St. Peter.
Miss Horton's children's dancing class
gave a fancy dress party at Woodruff
hall last Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Andrew Henderson. Marshall ave
nue, will leave shortiy for Scanlon, Minn.,
to remain during the summer.
Miss Bernice Laidlow, the recent guest
of Mrs. George J. Reed of Iglehart street,
has returned to Cresco. la.
Mrs. J. F. Hilscher entertained the Five ;
Hundred club Tuesday afternoon at her
home on Feronia avenue.
George P. Jacobs of Tacoma. "Wash., is
the guest cf his daughter. Mrs. E. L. Bur
ton of Rondo street.
Mrs. Frank Tuttle. Iglehart street, will
entertain the Young Ladies' Euchre club
Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Brown of Chicago is visiting her
Bister. Mrs. Frank P. Dufresne of St.
Anthony avenue.
Mr. and .Mrs. E. H. Haisley of Feronia
avenue entertained the Euchre club Sat
urday evening.
Miss Pauline Koerner of Litchfield is the
ruest of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Koerner of
Carroll street.
Miss Julia E. Cooke of Beacon avenue
has returned from a visit in St. Louis
and lowa.
Ralph Eastman of lowa spent Sunday
with his mother. Mrs. Eastman of Carroll
street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Drew of lglehart
street have returned from a trip through
Cuba.
Mrs. Blaisdell of Albert Lea has been
the guest of Mrs. Fredericson of Merriam
Park.
Mrs. John A. Hartigan of Carroll street
entertained at cards Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. George A. McDougall. Dayton ave
nue, has returned from a visit in Chicago.
Mrs. A. C. Bowe. Marshall avenue, en
tertained informally Friday afternoon.
Mrs. W. T. Watkins. Dayton avenue,
has returned from a visit in Chicago.
Dr. Andrew Henderson of Scanlon
Minn., spent Sunday with his family.
Mr. A. B. Rand. St. Anthony avenue,
has returned from Mlnot, N. D.
Mrs J. Bell of Tacoma. Wash.. Is vis
iting Merriam Park friends.
O. A. Robertson. Feronia avenue, has
returned from California.
EAST ST. PAUL
S. K. Jenkins of Lafayette avenue
has gone to Topeka, Kan., where he has
accepted a position with the Pure Milk
association as foreman. Mr. Jenkins has
been a resident of St. Paul since 1883.
when he was a member of the fire de
partment and served as captain for seven
years, after which he became connected
with the Minnesota Milk company for six
year?, and was with J. c. Vanderbee dur
ing: the last-eight years.
The M. H. K. P. Euchre club was en
tertained Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Staples on York
street. Prizes were won by Mrs. Thomas
Coats. Mrs. Harry Drewry. Miss Maud
Blodgett. ~ Wallace StockweJl, Allen N.
Staples and Richard Drewry. Mr. and
Mrs. Stockwell of Magnolia street will en
tertain the club next Friday evening: at
its final meeting.
The Arlington Hills Mothers' club met
Wednesday afternoon in Phalen Park
school. Mr. J. F. McGuire made an ad
dress "On the Importance of Training
Children to Be Loyal to St. Paul and
Minnesota." Mrs. N. P. Wold. Miss
Grenier, Miss Fyhie and Mr. A. Robin
son gave instrumental music. Mrs. F. C.
Norlander presided.
Miss Tille Grube entertained the Have
land Euchre club Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. Holland, Mrs. Harry 2>rewry
and Mrs. William Gross won the prizes.
Mrs. C. Schnaith will 'entertain the club
next.
Miss Helen Wilhelmi of \Vhitall street
entertained Tuesday evening:, and on
Wednesday evening Miss Wilhelmi enter
tained a company of young people. Music
and parlor games were the features.
The Swedish Salvation Army gave a
Continued on Thirty-sixth Page
yEggJEEijte^'AttractiveEaster Millinery wthi^ }*'£}*** *"£"*"£*,■" ArtisUc Footwear *& yf\
X* .a"^- •* With tb« most xmried stock to select from—the brst from every- SS ~\
i-^t-J Tv"^•■%-*"* , where — the Mannheimer store is able to . ~- .----•..- ' v.V €eJi*?^L XS 1
A-magnificent exhibition of the latest and moat satisfy all demands as to .- • • .v-... Manufactured by- Laird, Schober & Co. and // J
3%5. *3 beautiful ideas in Millinery, including: many clever Qjxaßty «nd Price We Please in BoU. «*l=i only in St. Paul at Mannheimer*'. :^~7yTv^7^
I >jft ■iWVfr 9T »»* P tations from the most exquisite French model* " > We *« showing, the new Christy Ti 9 that will be very - . /Ayf /
*'^I^> ?^F together with artistic creations from our own work. S ILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE NORTHWEST popular this spring in run metal calf with welt sole. 1% /*y^C/LJ 7
/^r^W--^r vi rooms Is here. SILK HEADQUARTERS OF THE NORTHWEST. Inch Cuban heel and new swing last—also women's Import- // /// \S
<flfffßhJ.Jte~e<. Gt \ Oit _ ... .' ~^_ •• - -'""- J&% l^t^m Mm ?d Russia.Calf Blucher Oxfords, with plain or cap toe and - in —.Z / /
s Jmr^T^ *■> stimi\mg HatS lor Street, Carriage, ATS A/J/7 M ***** sm£r high Cuban heel, made on their new £ m rtf\ /
4 Afternoon and Evening Wear. J^fiJ^&S^K^&S^S7 "'^'"' *' °'r $5.00 C^^
aEsUP'^ J Plateau effects, Trieorns. New Sailors. Tolo Turbans. w/rmy'W mWmwm^T T^'*'"" -** They are hand made and decidedly stylish the celebrated Mannheimer Shoo
sSf-'^Vir bateau effects. Tricorns. New Sailors. Polo Turbans. MW M<iFP^ ** **S^7^*. Th« continuwl steady inc^ase in our sales of the celebrated Mannheimer Shoe
|F-! Baker Caps and Napoleon effects— represented here In *^ w mm^ d \r\M4^\^€^* - proves conclusively that it is the best shoe made (TO £/\
jg^^^fe^'"TcL myriads of styles and blending?, also charming style* In • ■ m^J^l^^ that sells for ZJKJbOv/
Lingerie Hats for ladies, misses and children. Sixth and Robert streets. St. Paul. Minn. SKftR C^OT* If y°u «** 5-°ur shoes wet and muddy put your Boot trees In them and
;i_^jjjgggy-* " New design* Shown Every Day." . Reco B rrired Faahion Leaders in Cloaks and Costumes. ——2——2 : then when dry wash with Ivory soap suds and rub with flannel cloth.
ladies- itauan A iAe Curtain' Sale Without a Parallel wash-goods
SILK V£S TS " "^™~~^"™™^^"^^—«^—^— The newest effects now winning
. and Just, in the Nick of Time for Spring Hoasedeaiung—lncluding Bot,h Imported and Domestic Curtains faSKlO^ 'S^r** Sf3So <2
Monday at 10 o'clock we will place _„ . - ~2\ , f„, _ , . ~V , W~- -i"'V""- "V ' '^l Among them
on sale nearly ioo dozen of Inis sale Monday will be the wonder of bt Paul—as never before have like values been offered here or elsewhere. R,. MMa i« ruL ♦«„„«
. ■ ounaaiovs Srantoncs.
beautiful white, pink or blue Italian ... -. -
silk vests. How We Came to Get, Them Patterns and Styles Grades and Qqant,Tt>ies chiffon Bengaiine
Worth S^ SO and %A, OO A *** York dealer made some very extraordl- \An th P*l*?™* are bra new, this "^son and There Is no limit as to the grades, but in some - Silk Madras
YTOTXII •pj.-ra aim V*.U\J ♦_j« concessions in I- .„ if w« would clean ■ irreproachable in design. The styles are the most of the smaller price curtains the quantities are and a host of others in the choicest
£ nary trade concessions in price if we would clean , p^, an( j you an unlimited range to choose limited — hence it behooves you to make an early designs of the foremost makers
each, at a very unusual price. We up his entire line of this season's importations. | from for any room. choice. makers. niAKers.
prieT?e£e^on atas MondTyTur Note These Never Before Quoted and Probably Never Again t,o Be Quoted Prices for Goods of Equal Value: «fc? yJ r a d des ot plaln and spottea
Wonder Price will be ,O^» y» >^ --jl Mous^line de Sole
tf» s**~~ y**~~ ■■■■■ { i m >*^ _ -*»s^ | and all the late shades of
vp^.^^/ /^ R.eal Chmys \/^ Irish Point* \/ Renaissance \ Brussels >. Antoinette^ /^ Real Arabian \ silk Finished Eoiienne,
—^r -^r "^r v at, $1.95 A «l $1.85 A at. $3.50 ) ( at. $3.85 )v «. $4.50 7 V at. $5.00 )- worth to *c 'will so Mondar for
Men's White.Pink or Blue W^H_^ K^,—^ K^-l^ \s>^Z_L^ V^^--^ h*«Qr—^ 15C
Sateen Night Shirts f /7 '1^ \\W P*^ t j& ? 7K
' / AM Others at [ /IB Others at I JIM Others at IJ Ira Others at / A3 Others at / AM Others at
'a3r-£^!?«iss lsss 10& S3-35 0 53.00 '^F . $4.50 fdM -°° /af $5.00 '^ $8.50 white ™enc« lawns
sx^^irt^i&rixr^ S3-50 *^ $2-50 55.00. $7.50 $6.50 *-*^ 10.00 ssss^as* sr "sss^s
J2.50, will be sold TOr* r™"™"" —""——--■——---^—^-^-^^^—^^^-—^-^-^--—^-—^— -—^-—--^-^^———i^^-—-.——^—-——__ dresses Monday:
Monday only for ..JVC Muslin Curtains for lake cottages, worth 75c, for 50c -$1.00 values for 69c $1.50 values for $I.iol S^^lSlS £ X $1^
Some of the Advantages of Our Outer Garment Store
Are that you can choose from a greater variety of styles and materials, and at a wider
range of prices than it is possible to do in any other Twin City store. For example:
Charming Motorist Garments " "TTT^^
The advent of the automobile and Its increasing popu- (Ht*»j3gf?[^P^i| '
larity has created a demand for clothing especially appro- \A jt/yvJE^T^ffij I fA'^tl^s^Jj2^!ijN'*rj\
""priate to withstand rain, dust and hard wear attendant \&\'-\J&Q2u \ "*£ «v^l^ \ \j£~
thereto. "We -have made a special effort to show only such \.[?">V^l'A^ t?t *\r?^sl- -
garments and materials as are appropriate therefor, in- \*! 'r~- Jf&^&^i.r (** •J^t^/~^*^ y\
eluding Cravenette, Mohair, Kalki. Rubber Cloths, Scotch y^^2s^f^V^*C\ '■v^r^wL VsA )^^
Cloths. Leather Coats and Suits. (l^^^^^^&^^^^i^^^S^i^^^^^^
Our Auto Apparel fits as correctly as the finest garments vi^^^^^^^^^P%^^ /V'^yw
made and possesses all the qualities that the most exacting Xjftjq».3£g»^Nß*y/ , JS / <^.<^>s^^^^ s
motorist can wish —and costs no more. " Rt2fc£^^>^^^i^Vi£? ./ /^y
A Collection of Walking Suites *^B*V * / lit A W
of unusual merit consists of Panamas, y^^Bwt 1 V;-^bBIbV ll I '' l/if\\/H RJ
Serges. Fancy Mixtures, Shepherd Plaids, . S£J|S|&22hP?S /4l 1 /iV
in blouse, eton and fitted coat styles, <WEft"^»^ '^^3&n3f?wS^~ » I >:^3#R^ —i^^^HKl
which are especially priced for J \ 1 /^^/u\ "^^ B|,
By th-e way we are disposing of these Ak -f f$ I f?&r-]&%^s^s ira^^^^S*"' .'v\r^^^^^^^^r^
popular garments, we are convinced that \'ff A^^/'&^^&y r* 1?
we have by far the most complete assort- y// #4^%^^%^'Jy / / ** r\S^*" 'BL Lbv
ment and most popular prices. Special in- \i f '•# '"•%(? / it) ' '#1
in Sor~>}s. Panamas. Fancy Mixed Goods Uf/ 'S& £gf !J/ / \\l V » 1 I'fj^^HHS*^
and Shepherd Plaids, in side plaits. sine™ %f , P^l^^'^<<iM / / I V\
and double box plaits, and many other - V?^fi^jfjrM fII -\ \ >X \-58B^r
day at 30.50 to ;(> I D.DI) / !4^^^ / " U / \Bss "■"
Lawns, Linens, Laces. Allover; Em- -^ \J \ N>^ 'I \ jf*
broidery and China Silks.; tucked and / £} V^^ x*^V
plaited in various ways, with lace ttff V \
insertion in fancy designs, for \^
ftpsdal Sale of High Class Sample Suits for Easter Wear
150 Suits, no two alike, Just received from one of the most exclusive New York tailors. The lot includes im
ported worsteds, imported check mohairs, voiles and Panamas. Also some late copies of Imported silk suits. The
rSarrr^ nf! d!^ b! y.!!! s. than... $30.00, $35.00, S40;00, $45.00, $50.00 to $70.00
EMBROIDERIES
All-over embroideries in Swiss
and Nainsook. 20 inches wide, sold
up to $1.25 a yard. A€\**
For Monday -H-J/C
Another lot of all-over embroid
eries which sold to $2 a OA
yard for O^7C
Remnants of embroideries, edges,
all-over bands and flounc- 1 1
ings at less than /2
We are showing a fine line of cot
ton voiles, etamines and mulls for
entire gowns, with the fiouncings,
insertion? and bands to match.
Hand embroidered waist patterns
on sheer materials in all exclusive
patterns at $238 to (20.00.
LACE DEPARTMENT
Extra special for Monday. 6,000
yards all silk liberty, -chiffon, and
Moussellne de Sole. 45 inches wide.
in all colors, and black and white,
worth 75c and $1.00 per Ofk^
yard, at _CcJC
Block Silk Appliques
A beautiful line of all silk black
broderie and chiffon appliques.
Also fiber bands In black and cream,
worth to $3.00 per yard. Monday
and Tuesday as an extra /> £■
special at O3C
ART EMBROIDERY
Free Lessons given" daily from 2
to 4 p. m. in .all kinds of embroidery-,
. Stamped Linen Center Pieces to"
imbrbider that are slightly ■« /
soiled go at y2
$2.50 stamped French Linen
Shirtwaist d Q{\
patterns | .OC7
Stamped white mercerized Shirt
waist patterns, including 3 yards of
goods in any design, ££-f Mr>
and worth $2.00, for I •tO
Stamped Mercerized Collars 10c
48-inch white Hardanger Canvas,
worth $1.00 a yard. : CtZ
Monday for ..'. - -OOC
New Japanese Scrap Baskets at
-59c. 69c and 79c.
65c stamped and tinted Pillow'
Covers to embroider, OO
Monday for i3c/C
Stamped hemstitched• Col- OQi-»
lar and CufF Sets for ...... -jSm\jQ
THE ST. PAUL GLOBE. SUNDAY. APRIL 9. 1905
OUR - ANNUAL - SPRING - SILK - SALE I our cloves
I^—^^^^^^——-^■—^^^^^^^^^^——^^^—^—^^—■-—"■■-■■^—^™^~^™"^^~^^^~~"~-~~"">"~™-> A carefully selected and thor-
It will be the largest event of the kind we have ever attempted, more silks and the most wonderful values we have ever offered. The present season oughly representative stock of fine
will be the greatest silk one In the history of this country. Silks were never so popular and in such general use. yet in the face of these facts and the gloves in correct styles and color
advance in raw silk, our offerings for Monday will create a sensation. The enormous outlet we have for good silks places us in a position to be always Jogs for various occasions is now
open for snaps, as it makes no difference how large the quantity if the price is right. Last week we closed a deal with one of the largest New York v>eiii_ shown
manufacturers for their entire surplus stock of plain and fancy silks, which is the largest purchase of the kind we have ever made, and we secured them " X • . _
at our own price. We will offer them Monday in three large lota at less than fifty cents on the dollar. Arranged on tables as follows: ™'° exceptional gloves are Our
Sappho and Essex, the fl*-f I'M"!
3f\ Qole Af\ Cale £L €\ worlds best for 3 1 .UU
/V 1*9:30 *f/t at 9:30 VI V 'SZKZIZI'*"-**'
Whatever your plans, whatever the weather, don't miss this great offering. Additional items that will interest you greatly, bo read on. SFownes San rd lothers faCtOrieß
White Habutai 1-- White Taffet#as Bungalow Suiting "In Lent prepare for Easter" is a
™""™™™™™™"™™™™* "™™™™"~"~^~™~^~^ ~™^~™™—™~™™—~™~™™™—■" gOOd motto.
The S9c quality. 20 inches wide, all pure silk Ten pieces the very best 85c quality, every „ fab-ir for Shirtwaist r^ _-v
and washable, for waists, dresses, underwear and yard guaranteed; white, ivory and />A *uit? ™ns» of new ' olors '"inches xOr
children's wear-only 2.500 yards— -JS C cream. 1» inches wide. 69c SSe l™Ss fofSit S-ari O£fC fur care
only 20 yards to a customer—while it |f f* only f^ wide. 1-yaras lor suit, per yarn ww fUK CAKE.
lasts, per yard.^............ „.. V* Qqr Standard Foulards Natural Color Pongees The Largest Fur storage in the
Two hundred and fifty pieces to select from, the At a great reduction. Northwest.
A sensation, one hundred pieces pure silk 24 newest and choicest creations of the season, our ■-f - 39e We store men's fur or fur-lined
inches wide, good value for 75c, in navys. browns, own exclusive designs for dresses and shirtwaist a*c Quality. -.3 incnes wme. ror.. ..*»—*» coats, and ladies" furs of every de
tons, grays, greens, lavenders and blacks, all in suits, 24 Inches wideat these prices: "5c quality, 24 Inches wide, for . . 49c scription.
!!urVw2? tafor° rJeT l Xd dre""e" an<l 2QC I 7*\C QSr $1 2^ ** *"' **' " inCbeS Wide ' for-- **' The practical care of our fur stor
shirtwaist suits, for, per >ard £,<JV. j i%3 X. CJOI. J I •t.^J . $1.25 quality. 36 inches wide, for... .890 age and the fur repairs that are
w^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^mm^^^m^^—-^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— placed now, keep our staff of ex
!^^s!iB3aBBMBBMBHI^ttBBOBB^^BBM^MMWHBBBBMBBBWBBWBBBBi^^^BBWM^Biffi^'JP';*^'"■ • -^TnaJm^m fTiisnt\iUrndWUammsma^ pert furriers busy throughout the
IA 11 WOOL-— AND SILK—AND WOOL FRENCH CHALLIES /* {% g *™Zn for fur storaKe and swe
All nt^^,rs^^ifv ■■•■:'^-..r rT--.."-. 1 «V7C| ™;iEiS rSF' r
. UlLra Fashionable Corsets French Hand-Made Lingerie engraving
"~~^™"™~^^^■^^^■^^^—i™^^—^i^™^—^^^^-^^^^i^» * ,I^•^■BM, Now is the time to plan for Com-
The accompanying cuts most accurately picture the latest conception French Chemise with hand em- French hand made slipover vltation^^nnou^nce^nents 6'^t'^ome
in this line. We call special attention to them, as they show the new effect I broidered scallop edge, dot and Gowns with bell sleeve and hand , Callinc Cards Moriocrams etc '
of the waist taper and the way the bust Is encased. Our new corsets have | dainty spray. regularly worth embroidered scallop edge. Mon- En^rat4d stationed- must be fault- "
been designed with the idea of producing the most perfect and graceful 51.25. Monday for QC f i for M less. Mannheimer"' stationer Bee
contour and every point in corset construction has been given due consid- c only •&LJK. only 4J— »sJ\J tlon }s headquarters for elegant and
ITSSfode^fSr tWem>'-fiVe eXtiU" .SI.OO to $20.00 Fr^-h N■ -k hand made French hand made Drawers with \ «««t york and at lowest price,.
»PI#VV U|UU i Chemise <■' extra fine quality and 5-ir.h flounce amtty finism-d 1 his year daintily shaded Old Eng-
s ■ i * beautifully embroidered, formerly with hand embroidered scallop edge. U, sh ' lI Fench text and round hand
Raster Sale of Silk PefcUcoats ; SiS $1.79 Mond v for $1.19 -llsh script are the new effe< tf».
Raster Sale of Silk Petticoats -$1.79 55? $1.19 :
. _ „„/ SPECIAL NOTICE— are now showing White Lawn UndersHps Estimates cheerfully given.
A new lot, made of hea\-y.xustltag Taffeta silk, in. black and dark * with long sleeves and high neck, suitable to wear under lingerie CA^> The imprint of Mannheimer on
; hangeables. with three attached nrtTJes. each finished with hemsUtching"" i waists, in all sizes—at \Jvft, the envelope is a mark of elegance.
and strap bands, nearsilk underlay^and rust ruffle, that would be consid- I ' '.
• d good value at JS.SO. Here Mon__y at— r ...,.,-$3.95 . ■ llflimMl , t z> UfAr f ar^ h^;^^ fancy belts
1J Also black and all the leading W-ln a rustling Taffeta silk, with WOIHC!! S BlaCk I are HOSieTy FANCY BELTS J
Also black and all the Lading a rustlmg Taffeta silk, with WO-Hen S PiaCK UaCC flOSieTy
graduated accordion plaited flounce finished with narrow . CK^aff st^"w?ll b" mad? MondaT^nclud
ruffle, drop silk underlay and dust ruffle, worth $B.so—for 4>3»C7v> These are a very fine quality—made in Germany. Tou can have them j?.y both Parisian and American
A choice lot of dark changeable silk Petticoats. Van Dyke accordion In allover lace or tne boot effect- models, in the very latest and most
•plaited flounces, finished with ruchings, silk underlay and «t"T riff These are regular 50 cent hose, but for one day only we Q{? r > desirable designs. /IC^tmCiK
dust ruffle, regularly- priced at $10.00. M0nday—0n1y........ : .^ i *Cf O, _ win sell them at .'. Jm\J\~ Price range -HrOV. XXf 4) I \3_'
Exclusive High Grade Dress Fabrics
As Easter is rapidly approaching we wish to remind every lady of the Twin Cities of the imperative impor
tance of a visit to this greatest dress goods fashion center. Our determination to present to the ladies of the North
west only the newest, best and most exclusive fabrics has resulted in increasing our dress goods supremacy until
today this great department stands away beyond competition, and has an entire store devoted to the sale and
display of the world's most exquisite dress materials. We will not try to picture in such little space the grandeur
and immensity of this great showing of pleasing fabrics, suffice it to say that every new and uncommon crea
tion in the dress goods world will be found here, and every new shade known to the art of harmonious color blend
ing represented.
Four of the Many Very Special Prices for Monday
All-wool French Batiste 48-inch New All-wool Nub Voiles
"We have Just received 100 pieces of these most beau- This is a beautiful sheer transparent fabric, having
tiful and fashionable new spring dress materials. They a neat nub effect, designed on a plain voile background
were contracted for before the advance in the price of that is very stylish, good wearing material, and can be
wool dress fabrics, which enables us to offer them at used for almost any kind of new spring gown. By a 1
about one-half their regular value. They are soft and fortunate purchase of a manufacturer's entire surplus
drapy materials, and especially adapted for evening cos- stock of these newest spring Dress Fabrics we are en- '
tumes, kimonos, dress-ing sacques and waists. f*%f\ ■bled to offer a regular $1.25 a yard clcth, in the follow
"We have them in every plain and novelty X^-ld"* ins b*Bo*'*" ' ran 9e of colors: Castor, cream, gray.
spring shade and black, for only white, heliotrope, black, champagne, navy A f\
' blue, tan, marine, royal, brown, seal. ' /I Vj/**
The New Shepherd Check Shirtwaist Suiting onion Bkin for only- : I-*<JK*
Checks were never as stylish and popular as at P re - 52-inch English Mohair SiciHeime
en*- We have these in beautiful, neat distinguished Has reached the top notch of popular favor as a dust
little checks in blue and white, brown and white, green proof and wear resisting lustrous mat- for shirtwaist
end white, red and white and black and *">■*"» I suits and separate skirts, a handsome grade, mm f\
white, in a regular 59c a yard value. "l^-faT* having a permanent brilliant luster, in blue. *"V^-| dT*
for only CfV/V/ | brown and black, worth 85c a yard, for vi^V
The season for refurnishing, leaning and renovating is now here and we are in the Held
Better Equipped Than Ever to Supply Your Carpet Needs
"W. offer the choice of the season's output and to induce active buying on our
part Monday we make the following remarkable special prices:
Rigelow Axminst>er Rugs Alexander Smith's Axminster Rug,
The product of this well known manufacturer this Some «eellent patterns at these low prices:
season is far in advance of any previous year. They 12 xl» feet n0w...530.25 ] 9 xl 2 feet now. .$21.00
have produced styles and colors that compare so favor- 10Vsxl3V2 feet n0w...527.50 j 8&xlO}i feet n0w...518.75
ably with the Orientals as to show the marked ad- A good offering of Boa y Brussels ~Rugs some choice
vance in our artistic development. We show the en- Bl vies of the Birelows Mo', feet. r\** OR
tire line of Axminster Rugs and invite your inspection. for leS °r the B«elo^B' 10^ feet, ISA "l 2^
We have a Self-colored Green, a Self-colored Pompeian +p^Kj*^\J
Red and the Holy Carpet Size 9x12 <L*^T *>fl 9x12 feet, price $25.75.
feet for •^\3imsj\3 Velvet Carpets in several beautiful patterns, with
A number of other patterns in the ■rsil ' borders to match, neat Persian Styles, new this C\/\^
same grade and size, we offer at VFvl ' season, at £f UC
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