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-Mtff, . THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUKNAL. FRIDAY EVENING,. JUNE 27, 1902. *
if$& Last Day
Millinery Sale Only one day more at SIS Nicollet/ avenue, afiej?-which I will be with the Goodfellow Dry Goocfe Co. All our goods * must be sold regardless ol cost, as we will not move any to the new department. . ^ -
Per cent discount on every Trimmed Hat and Bonnet"in the house. . 66%
$3.00 Bat for -4.50 Hat for • 6.00 Hat for -7.50 Hat for -
= $1.00 • 1.50 • 2.00 • 2.50
$9.00 Hat for • 12.00 Hat for -15.00 Hat for * 18.00 Hat for -
All the Flowers, worth from 2!>c up to $1S0, now only 10cf 25c and 50c,
All Untnmmed Hats, worth from 50c up to $2.00, now only 10c, 25c and 50c.
All the Ribbons, Laces, Chiffons, Velvets and Ornaments, only one-half price. Cash sale only. Remember, only Saturday, all these goods must be sold.
M. E. WALLACE, 515 and 517 Nicollet Avenue.
....DIAMONDS.... Values Extraordinary
We have juat purchased at the cutter's price a very large parcel of Diamonds—value* that are the beat la three yean. Do not fall to see these if wishing a diamond of fine white color, yet at the meat censtrra-tive estimate 25 per cent below today's prices. Single Stones from $20 to $130.
Coming from Hudson's you are certain of the quality, and the price will tempt you upon inspection.
HUDSON'S, 519 Nicollet Avenue.
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VALLEY CREAMERY BUTTER, S-LB, JARS, SI 16
Cheese, rich Michigan per lb, 13c Brick Cheese, per lb 14c Limburger Cheese, per lb 12%c. Olives, good size, per qt, 30c Olive Oil, beat imported, half gallon
bottles, $1 25 iXew Potatoes, per peck, 20c. Large Egg Plant, each, 7c Tomatoes, per basket, 19c Beets, Turnips and Carrots, per bunch,
2c Onions, Radishes and Lettuce, six
bunches, 5c Cucumbers, each 4c Cabbage home grown, each 5c. Pine Apples, each 13c per doz |1.50 Gooseberries, per box, 9c Currants, per box, 10c Large Water Melons each 30c Lemons, thin skinned per doz, 16o Apricots fancy, per basket, 36c Peaches, California, per doz, 22c.
Pickwick b lend Mocha and J a v a Coffee, per lb , 27c.
All kinds EOc Teas per lb, Z'io. Nutmegs per oz 3c Corn starch, 1-lb packages, 4c Corn Meal, 10-lb sacks, 17c Barber's White Satin-Flour, 98-lb sack,
$185 Ice Cream Salt large bags 20o
MONARCH SOAP, 10 LARGE BARS, 34c
Pear's Soap, per box, 50c Packer's Tar Soap per box 80c Parlor Matches, per doz 9c 60-foot Clothes Line, each 8c. , Clothes Pins 7 dozen 5c Witch Hazel full quarts 28c Bav Rum pint bottles, 27c Bluing quart bottles 6c Ammonia, quart bottles 6c Chloride Lime per package, 10c-
LARGE30c TINS FRENCH SARDINBS. 24c Fat Salmon Steak, worth 20o, per can
12c Potted Ham, per can 5c Potted Tongue per can 5c Maraschino Cherries $1 bottles, 78c Imported Orange Marmalade, per jar,17c Large glasses home made Apple Jelly,
10c per dozen, $L15 Crystallized Cherries, per lb, 38c Shelled Hickory Nuts, per lb 48c
A. B. O. Beer, made from hops, per case 2 dozen quar t s , $2.50.
Standard St Louis Beer, per case 2 dozen quarts, $2
Malt Extract, per Ao%, $1.18. Genuine Belfast Ginger Ale-, per dozen,
$135 Port Wine, 5 years old, per gal, $1. William's Canadian Rye Whiskey, per
bot, 78c Old Crow Whiskey, full quarts, 80c. Iler's Malt Whiskey, per bot , 70c Duffy's Malt Whiskey, per bot , 90c
CIGARS AT S PMR CENT OVER COST TO MANUFACTURER.
Le Melioda (Perfectos, a large 20c cigar, each 10c
Von Beullan Perfectos, per box 25, *2 50
Inventor Perfectos, per box 50, $3 40. Flor de Colbert, per box 100, $6 00 Roy Tan Puritanos, per box 50, $2 85 La Paridad, per box 50, $2.90. John Sherman, regular 10c straight,
Fancy Fowls and Broilers Milk Lamb, hind quarters, per lb , 15e Milk Lamb, front quarters, per lb , 10c Choice Legs of Mutton, per l b , lie* Fall Lamb Legs, per lb , 14c. Xjamb Ste-w per lb 6c Veal Roast, per l b , 8c Veal Stew, per l b , 6c Smoked Spare Ribs, iper lb , 4o. Best Pot Roast Beef, per l h , 9c Choice Ribs Boiling Beef, per lb , 5c Rib Roast Beef per lb , 12%c to 15c.
- Pork, best roast, per lb , l i e ' Bulk, Shrimps, per q t , 30c Choice Mackerel, es«h lOo, Best Sugar Cured Hams (no limit), per
l b , 18%c Cooked, pleats ot all kinds.
SPECIAL. , •Four v ̂ bottles Andersen Bbufbon or
Nelson County Rye, seven summers old, bottled in bond, U S stamp guaranteeing age and strength on every cork and one full quart ten-vear-old Sunny Slope Port Wine, Jn a plain box, charges prepaid t o any point in the Northwest, $3 50.
Our stock of loose and mounted Etta monds is the most comprehensive line shown in the northwest Complete collection of Rubies, Sapphires Emeralds and sweet water Pearls mounted in the newest creations known to the art Diamond setting and jewelry work done in our own shop
S. JACOBS & GO.
Jewelers, 5IS-520 Nieoiiei AV.
Everything desirable in all grades American Watchei ** ~A "watch bougbt of us carries with it a atrictv guaranty for reliability Railroad Watches, complicate ed "Swiss Watches, Horse Timers and 'Chronographs from .SCO to $500 Best watch and dock Repairing at moderate cost. «
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Seamless Wedding Rings Best on earth, majle in all widths and sizes; oval, half
s U n ; U : $ 3 . 0 0 * $ 1 0 . 0 0 Engraved Free While You Walt.
wedding silver and Cui Glass s y s s s s s s s s * Whiting and Shiebier productions. Oqx Egginton Cut Glass Department contains everything from 61.50 Nappie to a $100 Punch Bowl, and what's more we can save you 1 0 to 2 5 per cent oh all purchases. Try Us.
A reception followed at the home of Mrs Munns, 519 Eleventh avenue SE White peonies and palms were in the parlor and the second room was in red with, carnations and ferns The bridal couple were assisted in receiving by Mrs Munns, Mr and Mrs Charles Holmes and Mrs R L Munns Miss Florence White of Hamilton, Canada, presided in the dining-room, and was assisted by Misses Amy Cook, Maude Derrick antt Sophie Robertson The guests from out of town were Mr and Mrs George, Miss Waller ot Rochester, "Wis , and Rev Luke Holmes of Sussex, Wis
Mr and Mrs Holmes went to White Bear Lake for the summer and they will be at home in St Paul after Sept 1
The horns of W H Hastings, 730 E sixteenth street, was the scene ot a quiet wedding last evening when Miss Jessie Hastings and Harry C Wellcome were married About thirty guests witnessed the service, which was read by Rev J B Helwig There were no attendants The bride wore white silk mull trimmed with point lace applique and carried white peonies Mr and Mrs Wellcome left for Rlppon, Wis , for a visit, after which they will go to Green Bay, Wis , for the summer
Mr. and Mrs F H. Armstrong have Issued invitations for the wedding of their sister, Miss Agnes Rich, and Allen Roger Benham, which will take place in Merrlam Park, Wednesday evening, July 9.
Mrs James T Morris will entertain from 11 to 12 o'clock to-morrow morning at her apartments in. tile Ijoring for Mrs Frederick. Washburn.
One of the weddings of yesterday was that of Miss Anna H Biunsmann and Charles H Anderson which took place at the home of Rerv J S Montgomery
The wedding of Miss Ellen Foeket and Carl Chindbloom took place last evening at the home of the bride, 514 Tenth avenue S About twenty guests witnessed the service whidh •was read by Rev J. S Montgomery.
Miss Jennie B Bay, of Chillicothe, Ohio, and Girard C Varnum were married yesterday afternoon at the home of Rev J. S Montgomery.
The marriige of Miss Jessie Shepley and John M Fellows both of Minneapolis, took place at high noon Wednesday*at the homo of tbe brides grandparents, Mr and Mrs D Weaver, in Dodge Center A small group of relatives witnessed the =ervice The bride wore wthite batiste over pale blue taffeta and carried June roses Mr and Mrs Fellows •will be at home after July 15 at 812 E Fifteenth street
Miss Anna Field, daughter of Mr and Mrs F N Field, of Fergus Falls, a Minneapolis teacher, and Olaf A Fetvedt, of Carlisle, were married Wednesday afternoon
Miss Winnie M Daily and Bersden C Thoen were married Wednesday afternoon at the home of the officiating minister, Rev J S Montgomery.
Miss Mary Robinson and Richard A. ZVener, twtbi of Minneapolis, 'were married Tuesday at <tbe home of the officiating minis ter, Rev D L Radei, in St Paul
Mrs Dan Wheeler gave a rose social yes terday afternoon at her home, 223 W Thirty ninth street, in honor of her niece, Miss Grace Millar, of Menominie, Wis Among the guests were Miss Dorothy Drew, of Winnipeg, Can, Mrs Schuneman, Grand Forks, Minn , and Miss Rocksen, of Spokane, Wash The afternoon was pleasantly spent with music and games and a light luncheon was served
Mr and Mrs. Charles F Cowing enter tained at cards Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs George William Ewers and Mrs John Larkin Ward, of Keokuk, Iowa The rooms were decked with roses and ferns Mrs Cowing was assisted by Mrs E V Marsh and Mrs John Elliott presided at the punch bowl Progressive clrc<h was played and prizes were won by Mmes. Emma G Havl-land, G Allen, Miss Marilla Pamngton, C W Rawitzer, C T Green and Mr Mills The guests were Messrs and Mmes Foote, E V Marsh, Thomas M Waddick, Archibald, G Allen, John Elliott, Mills, C N Raw itzer, Outhout, C T Greene, S 1*. Heywood, Weteman, J W Schlenker, Misses Alma "We\o, E4na Co-wing Sylvia Mattison, Mae Cole, Bessie Murphj, Marilla Harrington, Messrs S B Mattison, W A. Elliott, Smith, Porter, J F Beck, Joseph Cowing, J J Stafford and Peter Keith ^
Monday evening Rev W A Wilkinson, of 3622 Stevens avenue, was pleasantly surprised by sixty friends in honor of tne sixty-fourth anniveroary of his birthday Julian Swin-delle, in behalf of the guests, presented Mr Wilkinson with a handsome umbrella The choir of the Thirty eighth stret Congregational church gave a musical program and
"light refreshments were served
A pretty June wedding took place yesterday at high noon at the residence of Colton Whit-comb in the Kinnikinlck valley, six m'los from River Falls, Wis, when Miss Evna Grace Whttcomb and Edward T Morley, both of Minneapolis, were married The bride is the daughter of Mrs L. P Whttcomb/ of 1605 Clinton avenue, and has been a teacher in the public schools The bridegroom is the" son of Rev John H Morley, president of Fargo college ,
The house was transformed into a bower of wild flowers and forns Miss Henrietta Richter, of Minneapolis, was maid of honor
[and Frank Morley, of this city, "was best man Misses Verna and Pearl Whlfcombs? daughters of Colton Whitcomb, were flower girls and threw flowers in the bride's path as Miss Armstrong played the "Lohengrin" bridal chorus The service was read by tiae bridegroom's father and was followed by a wedding breakfast Mr and Mrs Morley left in th6*aftsrnoon f o r t h e i r n e w fc-iF1® i n
Jordah, Minn , where the bridegroom has a large stock farm The gueBts included a number from Minneapolis
' A plesant reunion of former residents of 'Clearwater was held yesterday afternoon at .Minnehaha Falls. Among those present were Mr and Mrs E F Hurd, Mrs Frank Hurd, Miss tna Hurd, Mr and Mrs George Campbell, Mrs Will Campbell and child, Mr and Mrs. Eraesl Case, Carlos and Leslie Case, Mr and M?s- Charles Chapman, Mrs E M Skyes, Mrs King, Mrs John Castle, Mioses LIda and Helen Castle, Charlie Castle, Mrs Charles Shepherd, Mr and Mrs D P Evans, Kenneth Evans, Mrs Luella Latimer, Homer Latimer, MTS Julius Crosman.rCar-' rie Rose, Flossie land Adelb6rt Crosmun, Mr. and Mrs Frank Borck, Raymond Borck, Mrs. Asbury Brencheley, Mamie and Hazel Brench-ley; Harry Brenchley, Walter Brenchley and Misa Carrie Sttatton
t v . . -. xM ' t v ^ Pe£»«hsal a n d Soc ia l , j f f
Mrs I W* Mercer lhas returned from a trip to California - - ^ - <• • v *~* '
The Young Ladies' Sodality of the Ascension e an Jce orwm aookl this m?
ntng on the grounds >at Dupont end eighteenth avenues N
Miss Janet Huntoon of Nicollet avenua is home ifrom St Cloud
Miss Charlotte Wales of filoux City, Iowa, is visiting Miss Mary Meeker
Mr and Mrs >R H Pratt of 611 Third avenue SE are home from California
Mrs Clara B Pfantz and daughter Ruth have returned from Albany. iN. V
Mrs O C 'Smith has gone to Frontenac Later she will visit Red Wing and (Lake City
Floral hive, No 34, X, O T M , will give a card party Monday afternoon in Richmond hall
Mrs George W Bufflnston and son have gone to "Vermont to sipend the saimmer with relatives
Royal (Ladies, Hennepin council, No 2, will give a card party this evening iln the rooms, 17 Seventh street S
Mrs "W M Tenney will return to her home in Buffalo next week David Tenney w.111 accompany her to spend his vacation at home
fThe sewing society of Levi Butler corps will meet Tuesday with Mrs Julia Reynolds. 3007 Third street N The last meeting was held with Mrs McAllister and twelve women were present
A strawberrv shortcake social will be held this evening by the ILadies' Aid Society of the Chicago A\enue Baptist church at the home of Mr Hauser, Ninth avenue S and Thirty-fourth street
'Mr and Mrs O 0 Edwards of Los Angeles, Cal, formerly of Minneapolis, have been guests of their parents Mr (Edwards left Wednesday for a two months' trip to Europe, and Mrs Edwards will remain in the twin cities until his return
Northwestern peoplo at New York hotels are as follows Minneapolis—Grand (Union, J B Hemgelly, Herald Square, W S Anderson, Ho'land J E Calhoun F D Calhoun Murray Hill J JJ Sturges Navarre. W (B Millar Duluth—'GUsey, E K Smith ,
Mlnnneapolis arrivals at Holland House for the week were <H C Earle, F H George, Mr and Mrs J E Truesdale Miss Ada F TTUesdaie, •£! K. 'FavrchWd, Miss Ka.te i air child, Mrs Henry Webster, Miss Nann A Sm'th, Riley M Bates, F iL Decari, Charles C Bovei, Miss Miller
A moialcale aid ice «ream social will be given this evening by the Emerson Avenue Christian Endeavor Society at 910 Etmerson avenue N 'Rev W B. Riley will speak and Misses Augusta Brown, Harriet Wales, Grace Wales and Mr. Sydney Morse will furnish music iThe first annual picnic of the New Century
Sunday schocfl was held Wednesday at Como park The 300 young ipeople went over in chartered cars Games and sports furnished amusement and the winners in the different events were Frank Bartoach, Harold Hooker, Joseph Jalerneau. Alfred and Percy Brown, Florence Parker, Clara Sandberg, Ellen Adolphson Hazel Chalker, Frances Wright, Yetta (Roberta
CLUBS AND CHARITIES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S MEET
E x e c u t i v e M e e t i n g of Counci l to Be
H e l d i n D e n m a r k ,
New York June 27 —Mrs Susa Young Gates has sa£ed for Copenhagen, where she will represent the National Council of Women at the meeting of the executive committee of the International Council of Women The executive committee meets every year, and its .meetings are second in interest and importance onYy to the quin quennial meetings of the council
The Danish women, who are among the most progressive women on the continent, have prepared an attractive program for the conventions, which will be from July 9 to 12 inclusive The first meeting will be held at the, home of the president of the Danish Woman's Council, Froken Henni Forchamer
Aside from the meetings, there will be receptions, both at private homes and clubhouses, and excursions to points of historical and scenic interest in the environs
It ls^said that the subject of the next president of the international council win TeceVve some quiet canvassing The first two presi* dents of "the international council were Lady Henry Somerset and the Countess of Aberdeen Theri at London the presidency went to America in the person of Mrd May Wright Sewall This^isjsajd no_t to have been at all to the lik-ingHilM English women, who had their own candidate. It is also said that they will try Ho <*&£•> the presidency back to England " * * ** V
R e i n n a r t , P r i n c e t o n , t.ef»«i».
Aforristown, N. J , June 27—At the Invitation tournament of the Morris County Golf club to-day F O Reinhart of Princeton defeated amateur champion W J Travis in the first round at match play by 75 to 78
LONDON SHBMPF T>EA.D
London, June 27—Sir James Thomas Ritchie, alderman and sheriff of the city of London, died suddenly as he was entering Lord's cricket ground this afternoon.
"Wise and conservative people will not fail to grasp the opportunities offered oa The Journal want page ^
Is your business dull* A good remedy •will be found in advertising It in The Journal's want columns.
D i s t r i c t f e d e r a t i o n E l e c t i o n .
Marshall, Minn, June 27—The flist district convention ofitbe Federation of Women H Clubs was attended by about fifty delegates Mrs H M Workman, of Tracy, was reelected president, Mrs Cressey, of Granite Falls, temporary chairman, Mrs Winter, of Granite Falls, assistant chairman «t Mis Zierold, of Granite Tails, corresponding sec retary, Miss Pierce, of Minnesota, recording secretary, Mrs Whateman, of OrtonvJ-lle, treasurer The next session will be held a* Granite Falls in June, 19W
Among the visitors outside of tine district assisting at the meeting were Mrs. Wells, of Denver, Mrs* C A Dibble and Miss Marie Obenauer, S t Paul, and Mrs Frank R "Watson, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa
F a r e w e l l tot Mis» Chappel l .
At the farewell reception to Miss Neva Chappell this evening in addition to the talks on Geneva there will be piano and violin numbers by the Missis Woodcock and readings' by Mrs. Marion Leland
ROYAL ITALIANS AT HARRIET
To-night's program at Lake Harriet is an unusually attractive1 ^pne to all classes of music-lovers, ranging from the classical to the light and popular Here are the programs for to-night and for to-morrow afternoon
$15 r i en ' s S u i t s for $10—For Saturday we offer choice of 20 styles of our finest #15 00 Men's Suits; worsteds, cheviots, serges, cassimeres and tweeds, perfect fitting, hand tailored, hair cloth fronts and shoulders, hand-made collars, hand worked button holes, etc., in fact they are thor oughly custom, unexcelled by any ready to wear clothing. Choice of these fine $15 suits for Saturday only
Men's Pants , $1.50 — Several lines of regular 82 00 trousers in good seasonable colors, also a quantity of odd trousers from broken suits that are |f> 4 •""#*• worth $2, $250 and Thlm•>•• $3. Choice Saturday *•* • • w w
Boy's Suits—All wool cheviot knee pant suits, dark and medium «olors,regular $2.00 and $2 50 suits, Each suit has a double seat and knee pants , ^ 4 n ^ C sizes 6 to 16 years, j l h ? ) Choice « p i « w w
Young Men's Suits — Several styles of nobby suits for large bdys, 15 to 20 years. These suits are in tbe newest ^ m Q s» patterns,well made 2 D 4 . 2 J 3
and perfect fitting. $7 50 suits for Saturday *r^m*m'*m'
Men's Shirts—A great display of wonderful values in madras, percale, cheviot and Bedford cord soft shirts, E1%~. shirts worth 75c, 85c and $1.00; big range of pat- Q U C terns, sizes to fit any one. Saturday w w » #
Men's* Fancy Shirts—The latest novelty for warm ^ C A weather wear, lace front, pleated or plain, in white D 9 C and nobby fancy colors; $1.00 value for w w % r
Men's Sweaters—Choice of our $3 and S3 50 st» g% a*. §m pure worsted yarn sweaters, plain and fancy j f c , j h colors, all new goods, every size. Saturday . . • *******
Big Redactions on All Men's Straw Hats
Ladies ' $ 3 Shoes , $1.98. See our bargains in fine kid and patent leather lace shoes with light and heavy welt soleB, kid and patent tips in as many differ-
styles as you will find m any s**tk A Q other two stores; these are 7K L n O fine shoes at $3; our price • w
See our assortment of Oxford Ties and Juliets, m heavy soles and also light hand turn soles, these ^ N 4 | M • %
are the easy fitting ? S I • • P a l kind; Saturday «p'i ~ " ^ w
Just received a large shipment of fine Oxford Ties in patent leather and vici kid; these shoes are fresh
and in light or heavy weight, Saturday 1?I* w U Men's $2 00 satin calf tip, lace; special for fl*l J A Saturday > ^ • • 1 f % l Men's cool canvas shoes for summer; special for A O . Saturday, only v O I
Infants' red, black and patent leather, strap saadals, J ^ Q M
Children's pretty patent leather and kid strap slippers, with bow and buckles, sizes a& to C Q A 11 n j y w w W Children's tancy^a strap patemt leather and vicl kid Q Q A slippers, naturday, 0 9 6 Misses' kid and patent leather strap Slippers, sizes HH QOfk
Misses' patent leather, £ 1 IO oxford ties, Saturday V l i 1 4
Boys' Shoes. PU1CO,
98c Boys' gray Canvas Shoes, with good leather poles, Sizes 12 to 5, only Boys' brown and black rubber sole Tennis Oxfords, A Q f t
Boys' black and tan Calf Laca, sizes 12 to 5V4, Satur- Q A .
Boys' Black Calf Bicycle T K •» Shoes—sizes 3 to iVt IWV
Little Gents' Satin Calf Lace, sizes 9 to 13£ with low Q O A heels, only QUI*
KERR'S SEVENTH AND NICOLLET
Do not buy Patterns until you see the
A Glorious Week With Great Results.
ONLY ONE DAY HORE OF THI5, OUR
Great Pre=Inventory Sale Week. Many people have been disappointed who came too late. Remember we call BLACK BLACK and WHITE WHITE. Only real bargains advertised here.
Millinery Stylish, new and fresh from our workrooms, at prices not nearly enough to cover cost of materials 50 Trimmed Hats for Saturday, ex traordinary value O O O K
Trimmed Hats, real nobby styles, worth away up in price, you will like them fitJL 7 *\
100 Ready-td-wear Hats, worth up to 82.25, choice iJatur- "Jf Bf _^
Children's Leghorn, also fancy straw hats, nicely trimmed, while CsTfc** they last O l f O Ladies'white Straw Sail A A A ors, worth to 75c, for sSvu
Linens and Domestics Two lots Huck and Turkish Towels , we will not invoice them , i | 1 A take them away at, each. O 2 C Extra heavy Bureau Scarfs, 22x56, hemstitched and drawn t%KZm^ work; 39c quality, each. . • » O G 54-m. Linen Damask; A A 1 A worth up to 35c per yd. S M S B 2 U fancy checks and stripes in White Goods Kenan ants, odd lots; iJJ-^ some soiled, worth 10c yard O O
Muslins We have just received from a down east manufacturer 5,000 yards extra fine soft finished bleached muslin supposed to be sold at 9c per yard, will close them out at, g% 1 _ per yard O 4 O
Summer Blankets Only 100 pairs left of those 69c and 79c summer blankets. You Jll Q f t can have them at, pair " r S r C
Handkerchiefs One mixed lot hemstitched colored bordered Handker- A ) 1 A chiefs * S 2 U
Limit 6 Extra fine lace bordered and embroidered Handkerchiefs | A 1 A —20c kind, each I s & 2 1 ? One lot extra fine- embroidered and scalloped Handkerchiefs— A O A
,35c kind, each: s S i O G
Silks No such opportunity again this season. * Corded Wash Silks, the best qual ity, every pattern desir A A A able s £ « P U 23-in. fancy striped Silk and Linen Batiste; values to $1.00. M*Mg% Saturday * r U w 46 mch plain. Silk, and YAtien Batiste, values to $100. A*&n> Saturday T U v 27-inch Black Taffeta and 22-inch Black Moire Velour, reg. • » O A $1 goods. Saturday only M O O
Dress Goods. Finest Imported All Wool Challies, some satin stripe, some Persian and floral designs, beautiful new goods that have sold up to 85c, O O J % go Saturday a t . . . . O v v Black Sicilian Mohair and Bnl liantraes, 46 to 54-inch; «very-day $1.00 goods; for Satur- 7 A r day only • 0 € 5
Drapery Dept 36 inch Silkohne, in -Persian and Oriental designs, V£%t "jv - f i -quality, per yard ?. ̂ rr. M 2 u Bleached Scrim, 38*^1. 'wijl^ Jfl 3 ^ 8c quality, per yard. . . . * T 4 w
Children's Underwear Children's Bibbed Vests, low neck and sleeveless, silk tape neck and arms, mercerized, worth «• 7F ** 29c, each I f C Boys' Balbriggan Vests and Pants, you pay 25c for them, 4 * 7 * 4 each I I D 50 dozen Ladies' fine Hose, in fancies and plain drops titched, Q A A etc., worth up to 55c, pair O O v
Umbrellas* > $2 00 Umbrellas, made of fine union taffeta, handsome handles. Special for one day, M%*feM A C only « ..7. vliasw S&OO taffeta silk Umbrellas; another lot just in. fe# O f t Special L. . ^ .?* *s,*ts* t*W • » , 0 0
Cloak Dept. Sensational price cutting on all lines. If you want the very best for your money come here Saturday. Choice of 50 tailor made suits, worth
IT0 .*25:00 ' $10.00 A few tailor made O C E A suits marked down t o v w • O O Choice of 20 Wash ^ O " J E Suits, worth to $6 50 ^ > O a I O Suits, made of fancy mercerized goods, linen effects and white P. K., values to $10.00, € ^ R A C
Dress Skirts, made of grass linen, new styles, worth to $1.25, E A A
choice W W W Two special lots of fine wool Dress Skirts, worth to $8.50, ̂ JB C A choice $ 2 . 9 8 and. M * * * • O I F
Leather Goods and Belts Wonderful Reductions.
$1 50 and $1.00 Chatelaine Bags, including fine real seal, morocco, suede leathers, special,one E" 0 « % day only O O O 75c Chatelaine Bags,leath- O O f * er covered frame and hook U w w 39c Chain Purses with 54- 4 | €kg\ inch chain, special. I O O Up to $1.50 Jewelry, handsome rings, brooches, waist sets, A R A necklaces, e tc , 5 0 o and fcOU
Parasols Every parasol in the house at a reduced price Saturday. Don't miss this.
Shoes and Oxfords
$ 2 . 4 8 Women's Fancy Patent Leather SorolJ Front Lace Shoes, worth $3.00. Sale price Women's All Patent Leather Extension. Goodyear Welt Sole Ox-
'fords -they cost you $2.50 and $3.00 everywhere. Our O A O A price Saturday O s s s a t P U
If you want up-to-date high grade footwear, including Oxfords and Strap Slippers, and a perfect fit, try our Shoe Department,