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We call your particular
attention to one of our
many special good
Ladies' Fine Don=
gola Kid Shoes, $1 50.
They come with either
kid or fine birdseye cloth
tops and neat square or
BeaititQl Grounds. I and Seminary,
Alameda County, Cal.
SUPERIOR MUSICAL AND ELOCUTION
" ary udvautages. Thorough Scholarship.
Languages Free. Terms Moderate.
MRS. C. T. MILLS. President.
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR
vouug ladies. Day school for both sexes.
N.-w equipments. Preparatory Grammai
and High School courses. Music and art.
Auburn is a popular health resort. Send for
DE BELL. A. M.. Principal.
++ + * TITS TO ORDER FOR Sl5
* * H< >ULI> PREVENT
I ENBIBLE MEN EROM
VsHHr PENDING SUCH SUMS FOR
* HODDY STUFF.
★ ★ the tailor,
1 UINE., Fifth and X Sta.
NOTICE TO JiUNTERS.
NO SHOOTING OR HUNTING WILI
be allowed on the Rancho Del Paso. Anj
Violation of this order will lead to arrest.
John MACKtY. BupertntendVent.
THE W EEKLY UNION—THE BEST |
weekly on the coast.
? A •>
| Fiesta %
| Bargains. |
Here is a list of the goods, and
at the prices it is hardly neces
sary to say more:
:'.-4 CHALLTES, cream ground, with
email flower or figure. Cool for sum
mer wrappers and children's dresses.
You usually pay 5c a yard for these.
Our CLEARANCE SALE PRICE, 2Co
10e value in DIMITIES in popular
patterns. They will make neat wrap
pera ! (Irons m and our CLEAR
ANCE SALE PRICE is 5c yard.
12% C DTMTTTES ln pretty colorings.
Drccden design. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICE, 7c yard.
FINE FRENCH ORGANDY,in dainty
Dresd.-Ti and exquisite Persian patterns,
also stripes and plain colors. Regular
value, 40e and 50c yard. CLEARANCE
SALK PRICE, 25c yard.
16e PERCALES in the new stylish
Persian and Dresden designs. Best
American makes, fast colors and 86
Il wide. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICE, 10c yard.
10c DRESS GTNOHAMS. in plaids,
even and broken checks and stripes.
Your choice of more than 30 pieces at
A few thoughts from this de
partment which will interest
those in want of material for a
waist or cool summer dress.
KAT KAT WASH SILKS in a large
varb-ty of light colors with fancy
Stripes. CLEARANCE SALK PRICE.
INDIA (in best quality), regular $1 25
vain... unol! broc*4< ground or dashes
of white. These are 24 inches wide, and
exactly the fabric for sutnim r dresses.
CLEARANCE SALK PRICE, 58cyard.
|3 2.". value in PLAID TAFFETA
SILKS. Many new and pretty color
- « in light and dark shadings.
CLEARANCE SALE PRICE, USe yard.
WASSERMAN, DAVIS & CO., CORNER FIFTH AND J STREETS, SACRAMENTO.
The Cflffflj Scoffer Named by the
Had a Wonderful Capacity for Cocktail*
But Objected to Lavity—He
Made Things Clear.
It is not often that I tear myself away
from the bttesy ...arts of trade and hurl
myself back into the dim, misty, worm
eaten and r> lloewed past in search of
knowledge and with a desire to fathom
dark mysteries, but T had a night off
recently and, having accidentally met
a Mahattha In Mott Haven, I deter
mined to learn something- about theos
ophy and its walking delegates, says a
writer in the N> w Yoik "Recorder."
The Mahatma 1 ran across had a pale
face and a faraway iook, a look that
face and a far away look,a look that was
the complexion of the Brooklyn bridge
terminals. The face of the Mahatma
was also sad and bore the expression of
a person who had been waiting for years
for a Broadway cable car to stop at the
I met the Mahatma in front of a Ger
man grocery where astrai oil was sold,
and as it was raining and we were both
waiting for a car, I shared my umbrella
with the mystery and we became confi
dential. We aiso visited a saloon and I
further gained confidence by ordering
several Mahatma cocktails.
When we left the saloon the Mahatma
' said: "Are you a theosophist?"
"No," I answered.
"You should be."
"All noble people should be theoso
"I'll think it over."
"It is a heavy subject—one not to be
"fc'o am I," I replied. "I weigh over
"Do you know you were on earth
many years ago?" said the Mahatma,
"No! Is it possible?"
"y es —hut in another shape—in an
"What shape? What form?" I eagerly
The Mahatma looked me over care
fully and said: "An elephant, I think."
"That accounts, probably, for my hay
) ing once lost my trunk in a Harlem
The Mahatma groaned. "No levity,"
it said, gently.
"You will pass away from your pres
ent body," continued the Mahatma, "but
it will not be death. For a time you
will be in space—then you will return to
earth again in a new form and continue
to work out your destiny."
■Will I be nice and thin when I come
"I cannot tell. You may come back
as a cat or pigeon."
"Don't make it a pigeon." I cried in
agony. "I never had very good luck,
and if I returned as a pigeon I would
be shot out of a trap at the country
"I cannot tell what form you will as
sume, but you have thousands of years
ahead ot you yet. You will not die."
I "it will be a sad disappointment to
many people if I do C »t, but I will have
one satisfaction. I may yet see decent
lights in riu- ■■■]■ yated road cars."
THE NONPAREIL SUMMER CUEARAiNCE SALE
Commencing To-morrow, July 13th.
Each year at this season it has been our practice to inaugurate a sale which continues until the end of the month JUST TO MAKE ROOM, and, to be more explicit, to make room
means the culling out from each department many lines of goods which are soon to be replaced with fall importations. This year we propose to make it A FIESTA OF BARGAINS.
Come and participate in this fiesta. The goods to be thus disposed of DO NOT comprise a medley of small lots, odds and ends or unsalable goods, but they are fresh, high grade and season
able. PLENTY OF THEM, TOO, at prices much lower than the qualities warrant. These facts are to be the propelling energy and the success of our sale.
Large assortment of fancy stripes and . 1
handsome Persian effi cts in INDIA and
TAFFETA SILKS. Excellent patterns
for Silk Waists. CLEARANCE SALE j
PRIC K. sBc yard.
INDIA SILKS, taffeta finish, with |
small dot effects ln black on white
ground. Also fancy-colored stripes. |
CLEARANCE SALE PRICE. 33c.
These are only a few of the
many items in this stock, as in-;
spection will verify.
This department did not es-1
cape tee pencil that cut the
prices, and the following items
will show its enects:
32-inch BRIGHT C(>TTON PLAIDS, i
suitable v r waisls and children's
dn sses. Regular value. 20c. clear- !
jANCE SALE PRICE, 10c yard.
.".•'.-inch ASSORTED WOOL DRESS j
GOODS In staple cloth colorings. For- »
t .25C CLEARANCE SALE
PRK K. 12' U- yard.
30-lncb All-wool CHEVIOTS in choice I
orixturea in tan, blue and ; ray. These
an rp clal value. CLEARANCE SALE ,
I PRICE, 19c yard.
38 inch genuine English mohair
I SILK, fin.'shed weave. Colorings, tan. i
; brown, navy, gray and black. For la-1
I dies' full suits or separate skirts. Reg- >
65e value. CLEARANCE SALK ;
1 RICK, 45c yard. I
.V. vy Blue STORM SERGES, suitable '
for tfc»3 coaal pr the mountains, for \
ii;,--fiing or for cycling, 52 and f>4
inches wide. The si 25 quality will b •
>;. the v 'l quality LV: 65c quality will
! , GOc Kind the 50c quality, ;t9c. * I
38-inch Plain or Figured mohair
(bUu k). reduced from SL'C to 89c YARD.
30-inch Black CHEVIOT, reduced
fl aa 35c to 22c YARD.
42-inch Black CHEVIOT, reduced
i from 50c to 39c YARD.
SACEAMEKTO DAILY EECOEB-TOTIOK. WKDAY, JULY 12, 1896.
Here the Mahatma went into a state
of silence, and I thought I would ask
"Two theosop/hists were wed the other
day, I believe. Is it not so?"
"Yes," answered the Mahatma.
"And, according to all reports, they
met thousands of years ago?"
"Then when he proposed she could
not say, 'This is so sudden?' "
"No; it was foreordained."
'But it was an awful long time to
kr-f p the girl waiting, was it not?"
"Time is nothing."
"ItV worth fifty cents an hour in
most t ffices."
"Time is nothing. They but work out
' Still, I don't think you would get a
Harlem girl to wait a couple of thou
sand years for a hut-band."
"You understand n t. Death is only a
sleep, for things die only apparently.
This is one of the fundamental theo
sophlcal tenets. Psychologists show
that unless a man retained his memory
during sleep he would never wake, and
theosophists say that unless a man had
lived previous to birth he would never
be born. Is this plain 7"
"Physical death is caused by a sepa
ration of the astral from the physical
form. The atoms are thus freed and
the physical form falls apart. Is that
"Yes, I catch on. Gets all broke up. as
"And I will some day be divided into
"You will have a long period of rest."
"A sort of celestial vacation?"
"And when do I get back to Spruce
"The time between two lives is about
'But the office may not let me off for
'But you will not return as your old
self. After your physical death, forty
or fifty years must elapse before the
new incarnation. The change is slow."
"But I can come back in 1,000 years in
"And will I be as fair to gaze upon
then as I am now?"
"1 cannot tell. Do not scoff."
"Pardon me. All I seek is knowledge.
You theosophists discovered the art of
riding bicycle's, did you not?"
"But you claim to know the cycles
of thousands of years ago?"
"You are ignorant. In 11,000 years
you will know more than you do now."
"Do not be angry," I remarked, soft
ly. "I'm with you. Propose me for mi m
hership at the next meeting of the Eso
teric Circle. Let me in on the eleusian
mysteries, the rites of Hecate and give
me an introduction to Karma and I'll
set up Mahatma cocktails all around."
But the Mahatma had vanished into
the black night.
Judge Hi.ikson Listens to Arguments
in Armstrong's Case.
The habeas corpus ease of F. P. Arm
strong, the hack driver who was held
to answer for running over James
Porter, an aged delegate to the Republi
can State Convention last May, was ar
gued before Judge Hinkson yesterday
by J. W. Hugh* s. his counsel.
Mr. Hughes made an able argument,
and the court took th? matter under ad
visement until to-morrow.
Ladies' Woo! Suits and Skirts
This is one of the most im
portant departments here repre
sented, but we will be brief, as
you must inspect the garments
to appreciate the clearance sale
S4 ."<> Navy and Black BLAZER
sl its for ;'f2 85.
$6 Fancy Mixed BOX JACKET
SKITS fur $4 50.
SlO Navy and Black All-wool Serge
BLAZER SKITS for S7 50. ,
SI2 50 Navy and Black SKITS, all
wool, \\ ith box jacket, fancy silk lined,
lor SO 75
85 Figured Mohair SKIRTS, f! yards
wide, with peicaline linings, for $4 2.~>.
$4 50 Navy Blue Serge SKIRTS, ex
tra full and with the proper hang, for
Fancy DUCK SKITS reduced fi Din
$1 50 to 88c.
Blazer DUCK SUITS reduced from
$3 50 to $1 88.
Blazer style GRASS CLOTH SKITS
reduced from *4 50 to >'2 50.
These suits are all well made and styl
| ish, with large sleeves and full skirts.
PERCALE WRAPPERS, with full
skirt, large sleeves, good colors and
w> 11 made. Worth Si of anyone's
money. CLEARANCE SALE PRICE,
Good quality Percale SHIRT
WAISTS, neat patterns, well made,
with large sleeves. Reduced from ."die
THE COOS'S ROMANCE.
How She Was Rewarded for Faith- :
He was a bachelor Who kept house in
a fine street in a city, both of which
shall be nameless. One day he adver
tised for a cook. Twenty-five young
women and ten old ones answered the
advertisement. Among the twenty-five
young women was a slim creature in the
shabbiest shawl and bonnet there, with
exactly enough flesh on her bones to
hold them together, but a lady every
inch of her.
"Reference," he said to her as she sat
She took off a mended glove and
showed him a forefinger as rough as a
nutmeg with much sewing.
"There's the only proof I have that
I've been trying to earn an honest liv
ing," she said.
"An odd reference for a cook," said
"That's for character," said she. "I'll
show,you how I can cook. I'll give prac
tical proof of that."
"You are not a servant?" said he.
"Not yet. I mean to be. I've been
sewing for a living* and I'm sick of it,"
He looked at her fiom top to toe.
"Myself only," he said.
"Dinner at (1?"
She nodded again.
"Soup every day?"
She nodded once more.
"For the rest variety."
"All right," she said.
He named the wages and took her
down into the kitchen, where the young
person who was general assistant re
ceived her with a bewildered stare.
After that he did not see her for four
weeks, but his meals were delicious. At
the end of the time he went down stairs
to pay her wages. It w-as late in the
evening. A plump lady with pink cheeks
sat before the fire stoning raisins. He
did not know- her at first, but as the
knowledge dawned on him he realized
how nearly she had been to starvation
or. the day when he hired her. All he
"I like my steak broiled less."
After that he saw her once in four
weeks regularly. She never said any
thing to him but Thank ye, sir." He al
ways found fault with something, his
eyes fixed on vacancy the while. He
was a trim and big bachelor of 40, with
handsome black side whiskers. She was
SO, and a warm tinted blonde, not red
haired, though th° kitchen girl thought
so. Her hair was Titian's pet color.
Outwardly she called her master "that
bear." Secretly she thought him very
One day the dinner came down un
"What fault has he found with it
"None," said the girl. "He's sick."
At breakfast no one come to the table.
Then the cook ascended the stairs,
and, finding a pair of boots outside one
d< or, knocked at it.
She went in, and the result of her
investigation was a telegram to the
doctor. Her master, who had always
len proud of not having been Vacci
nated, had caught the smallpox.
"You'd better go. You'll catch it,"
"I'm not afraid," sjjd sne. "Some
body must stay, you know."
She staid. As he jjpt better he re
warded her —as convalescing men al
ways do reward their nurses—by scold
ing her and finding fault with every
thing. She had helped the doctor save
bis life, and had done all that mortal
These goods may appear to
you to be marked with a seem
ing disregard to cost when we
tell you that they are all of them
marked at from a quarter to a
half less than they are usually
sold for. Never mind; this is a
fact, and there are for you to se
lect from Taffeta, Warp and Sur
face Printed Persian and Dres
den, Ombre Cashmere and Sta
1 lot No. 12, 16 and 22 PURE SILK
PERSIAN RIBBON, in a bewildering
array of bright colors. Regular 25c
and 35c values. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICE, 18c yard.
A line of No. 60 CHECK TAFFETA
RIBBONS in medium bright colorings,
45c regular. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICE, U»c yard.
A magnificent line of OMBRE SILK
RIBBONS in shaded effects of the
latest and richest combination of col
orings; 5 inches wide. Regular 45c
value. CLEARANCE SALE PRICE,
Another line of handsome fancy de
sign OMRRE SILK RIBBON, 5 inches
wide. Particularly adapted for use in
stock collars and hat trimmings. 50e
value. In our CLEARANCE SALE at
25 pieces of No. 60 FINE SILK TAF
FETA RIBBONS. Handsome colorings
in light or dark Persian and Dresden
effects. Regular value. 75c CLEAR
ANCE SALE PRICE, 35c yard.
In the ribbon department also
may be found a line of neat,
! briaiit and stylish neckwear,
Ticks, Bows, Four-in-Hands and
Many pretty designs in li.srht colors of
LADIES' SILK POUR-IN-HAND
TIES. Worth 25c. CLEARANCE
LB PRICE 15c.
50c and 35c valtu ■in LIBERTY
BOWS, in bright Persian effects.
CLEARANCE SAL E PRICE, 25c.
50 dozen 25c WINDSOR TIES, in del
icate tints, neat designs and pr ;ty
plaids. CLEARANCE SALE PRICE,
| lOc each.
Highest of all in Leavening Pows*.—Latest UvS. Govt Report
could do, but he snapptd and snarled
One day. however, he being well,
though still in quarantine, had some
vile concoction brought him for his
"What is this?" he asked.
"It's the best I could do." said
Bridget, who, having been a victim to
the disorder in her childhood, had no
fear of it. "Cook has gone off."
"Where has she gone?" asked the
"To the hospital," said Bridget. "She
did be getting the smallpox, and she
"It wasn't for one just out of a sick
bed to use the language the master
did after that," Bridget said in relating
But he was yet an invalid, and he
oi' ; nt know the cook's name.
She had never told it to him. He
tried in vain to discover her where
abouts, but Bridget showed sagacity.
"The wages were owing and the trunk
in the bedroom. Cook would come
So "the master" waited; a month
passed; another week; then another;
"Cook is back and wants to see you,"
"The master" went into the parlor.
There sat the long-absent woman. Her
hair had been cut short and curled up
about her temples, but her complexion
was not spoiled, though she was thin
and worn again.
"I've come to see if you wanted me
to cook for you again?" said she.
"No," said he.
"Very well," said she.
"You had no business to go off that
way." said he.
"Who'd have taken care of me?" she
"It was my duty to see to that after
all you'd done for me," said he.
"Not at all." said she. "And about
the wages? I don't want to hurry you,
but I need the money."
"O, you do?" said he.
Then he sat down near her.
"What a bear I was to you," said he.
'Yes, indeed," said she.
"Fretted and found fault with you."
"So unreasonable, too," said she.
"And yet you'd cook for me again?"
"If I suit you," said she.
White French Chip Pokes
Tips, Roses, Silk, Mull or Chiffon.
The latest style Hat for the summer trade. You will
find them at
MRS. M. A. PEALER'S,
621-623 J street, Sacramento, Cal.
ITEMS FOR CHILDREN-
You note the prices in this line
of goods and perhaps wonder at
them. They are incomparable,
but now is not the time to won
der. Secure some of the bargains
first and wonder afterward.
Fine White Lawn and Dimity
DRESSES, pretty and made in the very
latest styles, and trimmed with lace
and embroidery. These formerly sold
from 75c to S3 50 per garment. Ages,
2 to 8 years, and our CLEARANCE
SALE PRICES are 50c, 75c, 90c, SI 15,
$1 45 and SI 65. Just the garment for
this hot weather.
Children's Fancy Embroidered Wash
BONNETS, tight-fitting or in the pop
ular sun shapes. Regular value, 50c,
75c and 85c. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICES, 25c and 00c.
Children's Fine Ribbed HOSE, fast
black, double heel and toe. Sell regu
lar, according to sizes, for 12% C, 15c,
25c and 35c. Our CLEARANCE SALE
PRICES are Be, 12% C, 15c and 22c
Boys' 25c Calico SHIRT WAISTS in
iight or dark ground: neat and well
made. CLEARANCE SALE PRICE.
Boys' Facility Striped Wash SLTITS,
made f- in Galatea cloth, sailor collar,
| knee rants and extra underwaists to
1 button pants on. Sold regular for $1,
SI 50, S2 and S2 50. CLEARANCE
: ALE "PRICES, °5e, ( SI 25, $1 35 and
SI 4.5. V .-.* : t see them to appre
ciate thi ir wci Lh.
Ladies' Fast Black and Tan HOSE,
I double heel and toe. whKh sell regu
! lar for 12'.jC. 15c and 20c. Are now
j marked 10c, 12'oC and l<!c.
Ladies' Fast Black Foot and Col
j ored Ter. drop stitch I-lOSE. which sold
■ for :'.st. 50c nnd 75c. a.-c in THIS SALE
at 25c, ,';sc ar:.l ASc
"You do," said he.
"You might have said so before,"
"Not as cook," said he.
"O!" said she.
"The kitchen is no place for you," he
"It's better than sewing." said she.
"But if I make you another offer."
said he; "will you marry me? I like
you better than any woman I ever
IT WAS A WARM DAY.
And the Jury Acquitted Ltzler of
Disturbing the Peace.
M. C. F.tzler was on trial before a jury
in tho Police Court yesterday afternoon
for having disturbed the peace of G. M.
Henderson. The evidence showed that
the defendant had used some pretty se
v. re language to the complainant, but
the jury brought in a verdict of not
guilty after being out a few minutes.
It was very warm in the jury room.
Wanted His Money's Worth.
The robust-looking old farmer bad for
the first time traveled on a train with a
dming car. He had read about the high
prices for train meals, so when lie sal
C.i WD at the table he ordered some bread
and butter and a cup of coffee. The
Waiter looked at him and whistled soft
ly. After the robust farmer had con
cluded his slim repast a ticket for $1
was handed him.
"Great Scott! Do you charge a dollar
for what little I ate?" he asked.
"Yes, sah: one dollar is de price of de
meal, no mattah what you ordah."
"What did you charge that man
there?" dennand'ed the farmer, pointing
to a man who was eating heartily.
"One dollah, sah."
"Well, bring me everything on the bill
of fare," said the farmer, as he sat
d*«wn, tucked the napkin under his chin
and loosened the top button of his trou
Trees are great water lifters. The
wise men tells us that an oak tree of
average size, with 700,000 leaves, lifts
from the earth into the air about 123
tons of water during the live months it
displays its foilage.
Conrad Young, artistic photos, 421 J.*
All that w ill be necessary with
this lot w ill be for the ladies to
see the quality of muslin and
trimmings, the style and man
ner in which they are made, and
the prices, and we will guarantee
they will never think of wasting
valuable time in making such
Ladies' MUSLIN GOWNS. CLE A. FI
ANCE SALE PRICES are 30c, 58c, 65c,
(58c, 85c, $1, $1 20, SI 4.". and fl 0.").
Never mind what they sold for bef >re,
the goods speak for themselves.
Also, in this line follows Ladies' MUS
LIN DRAWERS; excellent muslin, well
made and neatly finished. Some of
them with tucks and embroidery.
CLEARANCE SALE PRICES, l!)c, 25c,
4Sc, 65c, 75c, 98c.
Ladies' Cambric Corset COVERS, the
cheap ones plain and the better grades
neatly trimmed; one as well made as
the other. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICES, 10c, 29c, 43c, 50c, 58c, 75c and
Light Brown Veiling, fancy mesh,
sold for 25c, reduced at this time to 5c
In Notions and Linings there
is little to say, but these little
things are very essential to a
person's toilet, and when making
a dress, and here you will get the
very best at the very lowest
These Are Ctaote Sale Prices:
15c yard Skirtalene for 10c yard.
10c Crinoline, White and Gray, slight
ly damaged. 5c yard.
. 10c Lisle Elastic for 5c yard.
Isc Stockinet Dress Shields 7c pair.
8 l-3c Covered Dress Steels for He
25e Finishing Braid, 1 dozen yards,
30c and 25c Canvas Belts, neat
Buckles, for 5c and l(>c.
35c Sleeve Extenders for 25e.
I 25c Pure Bristle Tooth Brushes for
238 dozen Shell Hair Pins for loc
We have them in all the
desirable styles, for men's,
ladies' and children's wear, at
prices that will prove a great
saving to all.
Ladies' Tan Outing Shoes, kid
or cloth tops, square or
pointed toes,substantial soles.
$2 25 and $2 50.
Men's Tan Outing Shoes, hook
and lace fastening, square or
pointed toes; very stylish
and easy on the feet.
Children's Tan Outing Shoes,
$1 and Up.
FOB SUMMER FOOTWEAR,
603 J St., Near Sixth.
DID YOB ffIN IT?
Is the lucky HAM TAG. Present it to
as aad we will give you the BICYCLE.
At the argent request of our many
patrons we have decided t<> give away
another "TRIBUNE BICYCLE" Au
gust l, 1896, and will continue t»»
attach to even "OUB TASTE" ham
a numbered tag. Be sure ami get
tint' with every "Our Taste" ham you
buy. It may entitle you to a
HALL, luhrs & CO.,
I Wholesale Grocers.
25c Pearl Shirt Waist Beta for 15c.
50c Silk Watch Guards for 25c each.
]0c Book Straps for 5c each.
25c Heavy Rubber Dressing Combs
Rubber and Horn Dressing Combs
LACES and EMBROIDERY.
White and Ecru Cotton Laces from
4 to 9 inches wide, regular values 25c,
30c and 35c. CLEARANCE SALE
PRICE, 10c yard.
Black 25c Bourdon Lace for 12c yard.
Black 30c Bourdon Insertion for 10c
These are less than half-price:
A splendid line of Fine Nainsook Em
broideries and Insertions, worth from
25c to :;.">e yard, in this CLEARANCE
SALE reduced to 12c yard.
About 300 yards of Fine Embroidery.
Sold regular at from 35c to 50c yard,
all reduced to 25c yard in this sale.
Swiss and Cambric Embroidery ln
o.uantities beyond limit, 2 to 5 inch.es
wide, regular 15c and 25c values, re
duced in this sale to 8c yard.
One-half Flouncing for Children's
Dresses. CLEARANCE SALE PRICES,
23c and 4Sc. This is worth double.
For Ladies and Gents, Misses
and Children. All can be here
supplied at clearance sale prices.
Children's Colored Border or White
Corded Handkerchiefs for 3c.
Ladies' 15c Embroidered Handker
chiefs for Be.
Ladies' 16 2-3 c Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs for 10c.
Ladies' 33 l-3c Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs for 25c.
Gents' 10 2-.".c Colored Border Hand
kerchiefs for 12L t .
Gents' 15c Colored Border Handker
chiefs for 10c.
Gents' 15c White Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs !' * 19c.
Gents' 1(3 2-3 c White Hemstitched
Handker; I lefs for 12% C.
Gents' 35c Silk Colored Border Hand
kerchiefs for 25c.
Gents' SI Plain White Silk Handker
chiefs for 65c.
Gents' SI Twilled White Silk Hand
kerchiefs for 65c.
We have not neglected our
Glove, Parasol and Fancy Neck
wear Departments in this sale.
You w ill hear from them later on.