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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1000.
i JEWISH NEW YEAR
Orthortor Hebrews Observe the
Pay Religiously and Enter Upon.
Period of Atonement
Introductory Specials, from s to to a.
Introductory Specials. rr0msto,oa.m.
filnKlism-ISIrlefe of Terr finest nullity 33
lBch ZeThvrGm"h.ims worth nr. r- -
flannelette "1 pieces of I!et Qualltr Navy
Illu- imr U hlte rii-ctu-llned Wrap- f. ' .
per rianselettes worth loc. at. .. .. )2,
hheetlnif Two cases of Very Itest 9 t 1 r ,
W.ile rnt.Ie.iched Mit'ting worth -oc at JV.
Comforts SO bales of Good Quality T.arge Size
He.l I'orarorts. sl.ghtlv mismatcned cov P ftf.
tries worth up to Jl.00, at J7t
Handkerchiefs I.adics' Fine Sheer
Linen Unlaniulereil Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs, full size, some a trifle imper
Samples The entire balance of those
handsome Appliques, I.ace Pieces and
TrimniiiiK1?, large enough for waist trim
minT, yokes, reveres, collars and fronts;
many pieces alike goods f" pa
worth up to $6.00 per yard S P
Monday in lace dept.,per piece.. ' V
to Wc. t. .
Print - Two cw of fS-lnch ftcen-fin
lE-u Comfort I'rinM north loc.at . .
fect, otherwise worth up to 20c .Mon
(THEY REPENT OF THEIR SINS.
day, on main iloor, a limit ot
R to a customer, from
8 to 10, at
Fl.nntl-160 piece of Extrm Heavy L'ght
Colored Outing Flannel "
Fastest Qrowlng Store in America Broadway and Washington Ave.
Visit Neighbors and Make Amends
for Wrongdoing llo-vv Torn
Kippur and Feast of Booths
The jreror.t paon Is an important eno
In the JfwUh calendar, the Jewish New
Tear, or Rob Hashonah. beslnninc to-mor.
row. and ushering in tho year El of He
brew chronoloKj". rollowlnK tho New Year
como several other Important holidays of
the Hebrew church, tht? most important of
which arc tho Yom Klppur. or day of atone
ment, and the Succoth, or feast of tho
Th-o days mean a jrrcat deal in a re
ligious w it to the orthodox Hebrew, tho
rervlccs with vhich they are ln'rodueed bc
inp those which hive existed fi.r ivnturlea
In the Je.vlsh church. The festivals are aNo
observed In the reformed Hebrew church,
but there are certain differences in the cer
emonial of the two congregations.
The New Year will be ushered In to-nisht
tad Monday morning by tho services pre
scribed In the orthodox church. The Jewish
New Year is callcJ variously the "day of
remembrance." the "day of Judgment" and
"day of the blowing of the rhofar." This
last name is derived from the custom of
blowing a ram's horn in the nagoguea by
one dt the elders.
On New Yi.ir's Day begins the ten day
cf atonement which ex'.at in the Hebrew
church. Jn thla time all the orthodox He
brews are told to forgive tho Mns of their
neighbor?, at the Kur.e time repenting of
their own tins. It U a belief among the
Jews that tfaitr own nn cannot be for
given until they are forgiven by their
neighbors, and on thU account thtio is a
general visiting of one another among the
orthodox, asking each other's jurdun for
tny fin which has been consciously or un
Yosn Kippur is o.bserved among the pious
by a feast, which la.sti all da, neithtr food
nor water being allowed to pais the His.
Four Uass atn-r there is tho feast of Suc
coth. when every orthodox Jew builds a
but of branches in the jar J and eats and
etlinlis there, tl.e moat pious even bleeping
there. During tiiib feast they visit the sjn
Hgogue. bearing branches In their hands
oi tho palm nee. of ihe lnyrue. of th
willow anu some sort of liuit tree.
There are a large number ut orthodox
Jetiri in this citi, the majority living in
the nelghborhoou of Coir. O'iallon, oev
enth and Ughth stree'.a. for the must part
they observe talthfully all tho ceremonials
which the old Hebrew doctrine prescribes,
en to the building of huts and eating and
There are enough Jews of this denomina
tion In the city to supply ilvj orthodox
synagogues, one of the largest of wnlch is
tne li'Nai Amoona. of which tfco Reverend
Adolph Korentreler is rabbi. The rabbi
was seen at his home )cbterday and gavo
the following account of the reason tor
certain of the ceremonies attending the 'va
"Tho blowing of the shofar, or ram's
horn," ho said, "is commanded by tho
Talmud. The teason a ram's hum is
chosen is In remembrai.ee of the ram whicn
was found caught in tho bushes when
Abraham was about to offer up Isaac. Tha
use of the ram horn is. therefore, in
remembrance of Isaac, without whom there
wculd hale been no Jewish people.
"The blowing of it is on account of tha
commands which are laid upon us to re
member that Uod rules In mercy but oifo
in justice, and Is a call to our conscience
It is a direct command to us to recall our
acts of the last 3 ear and to make atone
ment for our sins.
"Yom Kippur is the day of atonement and
is followed in four dajs by the feast of
buccoth. Tnis day is celebrated in hun
built of branches to rhow that we are
at peace: that we are left alono by botn
mau and beast. Tho huts we occupy aro
open and an one can go In or out On this
clay we carry four branches, the first of
hl"h is the pnlm branch or lalub, as it
Is called in Hebrew. This is to signify
our thankfulness for the gifts of lumber
which are furnished us by the Lerd. Tho
branch of a fruit tree is to show our thank
fulness for the fruit of tho earth, the
twig of myrtle hows our gratitude for
the flowers and the branch of willow ex
presses our thanks for tho trees and grass
lor our cattle.'
The final feast of tho reason is that of
Eh'mlni AUareth or Conclusion, which,
takes place on ilcnday. October IS.
EXPERIMENT IN SURGERY.
Cocaine Injected in Spinal Cord
Deadens All Sense of Pain.
Cincinnati. O., Sept. 22. Two operations
have been attempted at the City Hospital
within tho last two days under local anes
thesia, receitly emplojed in tho riast, ,:nd
which its discoverers claim Is prcferaolo
to the administration of chloroform or
ether, for the reason that It is less Can
cerous and no bad after-effects result,
whether time and experience will substan
tiate this claim remains to bo teen. The
prowsn appears rational and ha3 much
to recommend it In all open'ions whero
the sensory nerves must be. deadened. Tho
modus operandi is Eimple, and consists in
pushing a topodermle needle th-cugb tho
Ekln In the lumbar region and tnrough the
cartilaginous pads or Joints of the verte
brae into the spinal canal. As coon as thli
Is accomplished (and Incidentally it Bhculd
be stated that this Is not an easy matter
and very painful to tho patient) the cere
brospinal fluid cornea out drop by diop,
showing that tho needle la In its proper
This done, tho Byrlng", filled with forty
five drops of a a-pcr-cent solution of coca
ine, is screwed to the needle ind the full
dose Injected into the canal. Almost Imme
diate anaesthesia of tho sensory ni-rvea
below the line Injected takes place, and i
Us may be amputated while the patient, if
he was ra inclined, could craoke a cigar and
watch his own dismemberment without a
IwlnirA nf Tviln
Tho method was employed on Mabel
Hall, aged 3D. whoso home is at IK West
Seventh Ftreet. and who was so filleted
that a minor, but painful, operation was
necessary to bring her rellof The knife
and other pain-producing instruments were
freely used for nearly a naif hour, and dur
ing all this time tho girl watched tho pro
ceedings with the greatest unconcern. r.e
did not suffer a. particle of pain, and tho
local anaesthesia continued for pn hour
longer, when a knlfo might hao been
plunged Into any part of her body below
lha waist lino without her feeling it.
Calmly Saw Man Who Owed Him
File Bankruptcy Tapers.
IU3PDBL.1C SPECIAL ,
Pittsburg, Ta.. Sept. Z-Tm Quakers
cave an exhibition in tho United states
District Court recently of the faith which
people of that sect have In each other.
Charles V. Culver, who was declared a
bankrupt and camo Into tho courtroom to
file tho papers necessary to have tho decree
Culver lives at Reno. Venango County,
and ho was accompanied by Jacob J. y
coff. one of his heaviest creditors, to whom
he owed $r2i7. As tho papera were signed,
making Culver a bankrupt, h6 turned to
Wvckoff and Bald: ....
"There goes thy SZ2.ZZ. mr brother.
"It is all right." Brother Culver, re
rponded tho creditor. "I know thea would
have paid me, had theo been able.
They then walked arm In nrm from tho
courtroom, displaying no animosity over
the affair and apparently giving the mat
ter no further thought.
SIXTY YEARS OF WEDDED LIFE.
'Aged Couple Celebrate in Tlonsc
Where the Marriage Occurred.
REPUBLIC SPECIAL .
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. --Tom Clark,
aged 84. and his wife, aged TS. to-dayccle-brated
their sixtieth wedding anniversarj.
vn fn .m. ti.a M-Mit took rIaco in
tho house where he was born and whtro .
then .were marrUd.
Great Annua Autumn Sale of
Dress Goods and Silks
Surpassing an7thinp; heretofore in St. Louis for varieties of fabrics, styles
and textures. Our importations of French, English and German Dress
Goods have been unprecedented in the retail trade of the West (see custom-house
reports). No description can adequately convey an idea of the
vast extent and elegance of our fall showings. YOU MUST visit our
Dress Goods Dcpt. Monday.
SILKS. DRESS GOODS.
SPECIAL a n,,S,!,To,.r-
White llabatal or Japanee V.'ash Silks.
tte kind th.,1 launcer-. perfectly always
s-.ia at i u -Ln Mii uepartmcri.
from Slo iJocly p-r yard
S IZ CVirtL 8 to 10. i
i -yd Dress ratt-rnso:4?-in. -ill-wool Gran- 1
( P i:e mi t r.s. faoil's lUlr I'm Kb In all the !i
( ? tiarl; autumn -hafles. and north Jt'Xi orlv
( ? onr n..ttrra loacuitnni'T at. J 1A
S ? perpatt-rn.. . . )eJ
19-inch All-Silk Illact Taffeta, firm and
strong quality re gular price fi5c A f
Auction a'le Price, per yard.. Q-y
24-inch All-Silk Black Satin Dnchessr,
for dress or skirt worth S. r
Auction Sale Price, per yard. . . J y C
CO-inch All-Silk Colored Puchcse and
Liberty Satins, in light and dnrk shades
regular j,rue $1.00 Auction S r
Sale Price, per ard Oi?C
C7-inch extra heavy and elegant quali
ty, never sold for less than SI. "o r-
Auction Sale Price, per yard.. jC
20-inch All-Silk White Satin Duchess
and 1'e.ia de Soie, an elegant quality
for wedding govrnR regular price SI. 3-5
Auction Sale Price, Q C
per yard.. .: OjC
21-inch extra fine Suhlime Black Gros
Grain, cashmere finished, soft and lus
trous, make rich dress or skirt regular
price 51.50 Auction Sale Price, fQr
25-inch Colored Taffeta in a full range
of colors, also white and cream, verv
line quality, guaranteed to -near and
worth 81.25 Auction Sale
36-inch Black Taffeta Silk of very fine
quality (note the width J worth every
cent of 1.5 Auction Sale
o0 pieces of S'5-inch All-Wool Home
sfun, bright plaid and checks never
sold for le-.s than 3oc "I C
Monday, per yard ijv
of! pieces of -14-inch black or navv blue
Storm and Co.iling Serge, sponged and
shrunk good value at 75c A ,
Jlonday, per yard 4-D L
i" pieces of 32-inch extra fine quality
all-wool Ladies' Cloth, best fabric made
for winter shirt waists, nil colors;
made-up waists of this material A f -sell
at S-.50 Monday, per yard. .Qy,
31 pieces of CO-inch all-wool Striped
Homespun Suiting, nil the popular
shades of gray.brown.green.etc ; S rt -reg.
value 9Sc Monday, per yd. Q yt
20 pieces of 52-inch extra heavy satin
finished French and Venetian Cloth, all
the new autumn shades, sponged and
shrank free of charge worth
81.50 Monday, per yard. . .
20 piece3 of 54-inch Black Camel's Hair
Cheviot, hard finished, guaran- T f
teed to wear worth 93c,Monday y L
IS pieces of 42-inch Black Mohair Cre
pon in all the blister and crinkle effects,
guaranteed to retain its brilliancy
worth $1.50 Mondiy, rv J"
per yard "DL
12 pieces of 60-inch Black Matelasse
Rainy-Day Skirting, finest worsted fab
ric worth S2.50 bought by
us as a job.socan sell them
Dress Goods in Basement.
20 pieces of 42-inch Black Mohair Brilliantine, worth 45c Monday, per
S6 pieces of 3G-inch All-Wool Scotch riaid9, suitable for children's dresses
or ladies' separate skirts worth 50c, at
2,500 yards of Mill Ends of Henriettas, all colors and black worth frora "f C
the piece 33c Monday, per yard 1 0 W
Linings 50 pieces of S3 and 40 inch Mercerized Sateens in every color, -J t
slightly imperfect, otherwise would cost you 25c and 35c Monday at . . 1 ' -
Wc have just received from St. Gallen, Switzerland, entire sample
Hne of Embroidered Spachtel or Irish Point Pieces from the largest manu
facturers of these goods in the world.
The line consists of Embroidered Spachtel rieees of all kinds and sires, including
colors such as pink, blue, ecru, black and ecru you can find any size you want
from the small doylies up to large scarfs and squares. The entire lot goes on S3le
at following prices:
$2.00, $1.48, $1.25, 98c. 75c. 49c. 25c. 10c, 5c,
worth orta Trorta worth worth worth worth worth worth
S2.93. S2.25. 61.93. 51.19. $1.25. 89c. 49c. 19c. 15c.
A lot of fine quality All-Silk Fancy Frilled Side Supporters, all colors "iff
worth 33c Monday, per pair IVC
A lot of fine quality All-Silk Fancy Frilled Garter Webbing, all colors, -t J"
in 3-yard lengths worth 25c Monday ut i Jv
Very best Velveteen Skirt Binding, black only, in 5-yard pieces worth -i Q
A lot of extra quality Brass "Bend Not" Fins, worth Cc Monday, -
2 for jC
Fail Underwear sawnTwces.
Lot 1 69c Men's Fancy Striped Merino Shirts and Drawer,
C9c Men's Camels Hair Shirts,
69c Men's Striped Red Wool Drawers,
65c Men's Jersey Ribbed Cotton Shirts and Drawers,
50c Men's White Merino Shirts and Drawers,
Also many other small lots.
Choice MonJay at ...7...
Lot 3 .$1.25 Men's Fine Tan Wool Shirts and Drawers,
SI. 19 Men's Fine Camel's Hair Shirts nnd Drawers,
81.25 Men's Light Blue Ribbed Wool Shirts and Drawer!,
1.25 Men's 1-ancy Striped Wool Shirts and Drawers,
$1.19 Men's Fine Derby Ribbed Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
81.25 Men's Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers,
Also many other small lots worth up to $1.50,
Choice Monday at T..... ...
Lot 1 9Sc Ladies' White Wool Ribbed French Band Pants,
98c Ladies' Natural Wool Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants,
69c Ladies' Wool Oxford Vests',
75c Ladies' Fine White Wool Vets and Pants,
Also many other small lots worth up to S5c,
Choice Monday at
Lot 281.35 Ladies' Fine Natural Wool Vests and Pants,
81.25 Ladies' Fine Medicated Scarlet Wool Vests and Pants,
81.25 Ladies' Fine Camel's Hair Vests nnd rants,
81.19 Ladies' Heavy Flceced-Lined Vests and Pants,
Also many other small lots worth up to 81.00,
Choice Mondav at ,
Boys' and Children's Underwear.
69c Boys Camel's Hair Fleeced Shirts and Drawers,
75c Children's Natural Wool Vests and Pants,
50c Children's Jersey Ribbed Flecced-Lined Cotton Vests and Pants,
ioc Boys' Natural l-Iceced-Lincd blurts and Drawers,
Choice Monday at
L"m Lace Department.
150 pieces of wide Chiffon, Accordion Tleatings, Juby Trimmed Edges, black and
while, suitable for dress nnd cape linings worth 9Sc special for A f -
42 pieces of -15-inch Black Drapery Nets, all styles, plain or dotted A ft-
worth 9Sc special for Monday 4-VC
300 pieces of Fancy Laces, Oriental Applique Bands, Bourdon Laces and Chantilly
Laces, black and cream, up to 9 inches wide and worth up to 50c 1 C
Monday, per yard ljt
100 pieces of heavy Venice Lace Bands, Appliques and Net Top Laces, up Q C
to 15 inches wide worth up to $1.00 special for Monday, per yard J jt
This Taffeta Snirt only $9.98.
Suits, Skirts and Jackets. iSiVsVi-.
New (VJan-lailored Suits.
i For the showiest Suit
' shown this season, of best
grade English homespuns, jacket of the
new sans revere uouule-ureaated style,
with bell-shaped sleeves, elaborately
trimmed with satin straps and stitch
ing, lined with satin; skirt is made in
the new 7-gored flaring style, inverted
pleat back and trimmed to match jacket.
This is one of our Monday leaders.
?1Q JC For the new Blouse Mil
tP 1 " D itary Suit, in black or
blue. This swell costume is made of an
excellent quility pebble cheviot, with
new pointed blouse front, high standing
taffeta silk collar handsomely stitched,
two tows of gilt buttons and pocket on
blouse, new style sleeves; blou-e is lined
with taffeta; the skirtis of the latest flar
ing shape; with triple-btitchcd scams;
QHtfl AA Tor strictly Man-Tai-v47U.riU
lored Silk-Lined Suits,
made of the finest imported covert or
brot lcloth, m double-breasted, tight-fitting
-.tvlc or flv-front effect; skirl of the
latc-t "-gored flaring style; entire suit is
lined throughout with heavy taffeta silk
nnd is t perfer t fitting garment; would be
good value at 3-i).UU.
QA ft Q For New Fall Walking or Golf Skirts, made of plaid-back reversible
vpT- y O homespuns, in ail the newest fall shades of gray. Oxford, brown and
blue, all made in 7-gored style, with ten rows of stitching at bottom.
SO C A For swell new Venetian Cloth Skirts, made in the 7-gored style,
OiJV with two fi.inng ruffles at bottom, edged with rows of taffeta bands,
inverted-pleat back and lined with good percaline.
Cjl f, CA For the idlest of all Taffeta Silk Dress Skirts, made of extra
VP 1 U J V heavy taffeta silk, with two graduated flounces at bottom of taffeta
silk and net applique, lined with the best grade percaline; Tery handsome.
S7.50 for SI5.00 Light-Weight Jackets.
Monday we give you cnoice of any Spring-Weight Jacket in our house, including
all our finest imported kerseys, broadcloths, cheviots, Venetians and coverts, all
in this season's newest style of open or close 1 Ivtons, single or double breasted
and fly front effect; some liave the flaring collars plain or trimmed with applique,
others plain tailor-made; colors tan, castor, brown, blue, gray or black garments
that originally sold at 812.00, 813.00 and up to 23.03 ( H PA
your choice PDU
Gjl A AA For the Newest All-Over Tucked Taffeta Silk Bolero Jackets, that
P W3 Jj are so much now in demand at New York City; they are of the col
larless style, have new bell-sleeves and lined with silk. We have them in all
sizes, from 32 to 42 bust measure.
About 100 rolls of perceptibly damaged Carpets left from
the Oliver McClintock Carpet Co.'s Salvage.
But we will place on sale Monday 300 rolls selected from our pur
chase that were not In the least damaged, yet will take their place with
the water-soiled stock and suffer equally in price for being in such com
pany. This will be about your last chance.
About 100 rolls of Brussels Carpets, damaged by smoke and water;
worth, if perfect, C3c to 81.00 Monday
CO rolls Best Quality Brussels Carpets, worth up to $1.10 peryard,
slightly damaged '.
75 rolls Brussels Carpets yoa can't see any damage best quality
made to close on Monday
60 rolls Axntinster, Body Brussels and Velvet Carpets, but little
damaged, worth S1.00 to $1.35
80 rolls Best Quality Axminster and Velvet Carpets, absolutely perfect;
worth up to 81.50
60 rolls Eitra Quality Axminster Carpets; worth S1.C5; are perfect
goods; the best bargain ever offered
Prices in Effect
The Tiil of the Kangaroo from
"The Burgomaster," 50c ISc
"The Blue and the Gray," EOc 18c
"Lam, Lam. Lam," 60c 19c
"The Only Way," 50c 19c
Meditation Waltzes, 50c 12c
Idyls of the King Waltzes, 50c I2c
Metropolis Waltz, 60c 12c
Catch On (two-step), 50c 12c
The cheapest and best place in St. Louis to buy the new popular Sheet Mnsic
is our Music Department, on Second Floor.
Boys Imported Corduroy Knee Pants for ages -1 to 15 years,
!" Monday only JJV
kV ...... . .
iioys rancy vesiee bnits lor ages 3 to o years, made in
latest cut and style, some with fancy double- 0 A ft C
breasted vests others of same materialrMonday.iJ).- r
5sa ' T "
TsSV fl7s' nobby navy bine All-Wool Worsted nnd Cheviot Suits
S?!p5Bf for aees 3 to 7 vears: these are tailor-made garments and
WiLWtShY rn-tl, 7 Q.r; Cm.ft',1 fn T P VM
ggP Monday" vpD.yD
izr . .... ...... ... ......
lioys uouoie-ureastea suits, in au-wooi ocoicn tweeus ana
cassimcres, forages 7 to 15 years regular 80.95 ( A ff"
suits Monday at...- pHcy3
Boys' High-grade Double-Breasted Suits for ages 7 to 15
years; these gnrments are made of blue serges and mixed
cassimeres regular $3.00 suits f S f r
'rvm Ttrivs' ".niM-c iiits for upm 7 to 15 vears. consisting nf rmt.
j i --, . j , - ..-.
pants nnd fancy vest, latest cut, a first-class make and very stylish (Z iT
Monday at $04O
In the Money-Saving Basement.
Percale 2 cases of best quality 32-inch Bookfold Percale, worth 10c; JJ -
at. ............. ....... -....... Jly
Flannel 2 cases of very fine Twilled Unbleached Canton Flannel, ni.
worth 10c; at ' i ' L
15 pieces of very fine quality non-shrinkable 32-inch Scotch Shirting 1 n ,
Flannel, worth up to 40c; at lA'-v
Skirt Patterns 2 cases of good quality, full size Ladies' Flannel Skirt A Q .
Patterns, worth 75c; at 40v
Suitings 60 pieces of very best 56-inch Waterproof Suitings, in black, r fi
red, navy, brown, green, etc., worth 75c; at j(Jt
Spreads 3-30 extra good quality White Crochet Bed Spreads (seconds), C Ai
large size, worth e5c; at, each DUL
French Flannel 40 pieces of None-better Allovcr Embroidered (Dotted) French
Flannel, in colors and combinations; just the thing for ladies' waists; fj
sold elsewhere at 81.23; at 3C
Wrappers On Monday only we offer 50 dozen of very heavy quality Percale nnd
60 dozen of verv best Fleeced-Lined Flannelette House Wrappers, OW A A
worth up to 81.75; at, each Q)lvU
Misses' Mackintoshes 500 of best quality Misses' Mackintoshes, double-breasted,
in navy, blue or brown, never sold under 83.75; (CO ft Q
Monday, at ....--............... ......... .. p A r C9
Tr i 1T3 m Ptffl H ft In our $-1-93 "rimmed Hats yon will find al 1 the style
I I llllllldJ 11(113 or just as much of it as you want, and the price is
stripped of extravagance; a grand and bewildering display of copies of French,
English and American models, all copied by our own renowned (Jj A (Q
milliners at u)4,.yO
O C ( for nicely
J v embroidered
good silk, white or colors,
,tQP fr a'l colors good "( for nice long Qnills,
fri'v felt w every one perfect.
nicely trimmed, worth 93c.
7C for imported felt,
I Jv all colors.
trimmed with silk bands
and scarfs, worth 1.25.
AQf or 'le ncw style,
Hrs all colors.
fl C fr Rsnuine black
nlways desirable, worth
rt J - for French curled
the best value in America,
A 0 or choice of 25
y styles of
Tarn o' Shanter.
Yacht and Golf Caps
made of finest felt novel
ties, for boys or girls,
Wc Carry a Full and Complete Assortment of Toilet Articles From the World
Renowned Parisian Firm,
Gelle FfereS-Perfumes, Soaps, etc.
And the first shipment of their superb products goes en sale to-mcrrow. The qualities are
surpassed by none and prices are considerably lower thin for other high-grade makes.
Free Samples of tbesi celebrated Powders, Shaving Creams and Tooth Pastes will be
distributed to our customers Monday.
Their cclebrn'cl Concentrated Extracts,
nil odors Jlcnday, per O f"p
ounce .....J 3t
Their rcnownul Violettcrasses. Royal
Mondaln, Ilegina Oak nrd Corona- Cflr
Hon Bouquet, per ounce JUl
Their celebrated Ouors in small bot-Q fi,
tics, at, per bottle, aw and D-
A full nn'l complete assortment of their
l'erfume3 In fancy hottloand packages at
?i.!ts, i .:..-;, j;i..-.. fund t.'.c
Soaps Lettuce and Almond Soaps, -ft"
per cake . IDL
Their special line of Perfumed Soaps. 1 7
ln all odors, at, per cake 1L
A full and complete assortment of their
high-grade Perfumed Pcaps at. per cake.
UOi-, Soc, CtOc, 7c, 2og
Shaving Creams at 42c and 29c
Their celebrated Itegtna Bath Bas at JSc
Itcgina Tablets 35c
Their world-renowned Glycerlna Tooth
Paste Large size 75c
Email size .4Zc
Itcgina. Dentifrice ....42c
Their hlgh-grada Toilet Waters 73e
Their celebrated Mikado Face OC.
Powder, per box J
Prophyiactique Milk, for frecklojCI A
and roughness of skin v51ll
Milk of Roses for the complexion.. ..SSe
AIfo many other items ln tho general
run of toilet requisites.
New Sdeas in Hair Ornaments.
200 gross of Staple Size Hair Pins, extra fine, in four shapes, six pins on 1 C
a card; worth 25c Monday, per card 13v
10 gross Combination Sets, 1 pair Pide Combs and 1 Empire Comb; 1 C
always sold at 25c Monday, per set - lOv
A lot of Fancy Shell Barrettes, ring and oval shape special for C
25 dozen Children's Chain Bracelets, gilt or silver, with, little heart
bangles; as "ret," "Darling," etc; worth 49c at
A lot of Sterling Silver Novelties, including all fittings O w
at 59c, 49c, 39c and L, DC
Have you a Beaded Bag? You should have at least one you can get -J A A
black, black and steel or all steel ourprices range from S15 down to..u).UlJ
Selected good things for this Autumn Sale.
From 8 to 10.
Drapery Si 10-inch Imported
Scotch Drapcrj" Swiss, ln the vry
newest fancy colored stripes; FUlta
hle for bed drapery, window cur
tains, etc.. worth 13c; Mon- i
clay, from S to 10, on third iC
floor, per yard v
From 8 to 10.
Bxtenjlon Rod Largs !ia Brus
Extension Rods, with llver-fmishecl
ends and bracket;, complete for
hanging laee curtains, will extend
to i.1 inched, worth 29a;
Monday, from 8 to 10,
$1"39 per pair for $2.50 Bobbinet Cur
tains, with deep lace edges and inser
tions. $1.98 per pair for 53.00 Brussels Net
$2.50 per pair for 54.00 French Guipure
S3.00 per pair for $5.00 French Guipure
$3.50 per pair for 3.50 Cable 17etle
$3.98 per pair for 99.00 Irish Point
97.50 Irish Pobrt
$5.00 per pair for
$6.50 per pair for J9.00 Arabian Lace
Grille Work For doors, arches, halls and windows, of highly polished hardwood,
in oak or mahogany finish, 12 inches deep, worth 50c; Monday, any 0 C
length you want, at, per foot Jv
Fire Screens 3-Panel Fire Screens, with polished hardwood frames 5 dj" -t Q
feet high, filled with fancy silkoline, worth S1.93; Monday, each $1 I y
Table Covers S-4 reversible satin-finished Tapestry Table Covers, with beautifnl
borders and medallion centers, regular dining table size, rich color- fi1 A(
ings and fringed all around, worth $2.50; Monday, each II(4
Piano Covers Large Upright Fiano Covers of Titian plush and Telcrar, in stylish
new coloring, finished with deep tassel fringe, worth up to $2.93; -f L(
Monday, each 14H1U7
In newest styles and color combinations ; some corded, othen wfth
dado and fringe at top and bottom.
$1.69 per pair for 9 3.00 Turkish Cross
$2.50 per pair for
$3.50 per pair for
$4.50 per pair for
9 3.50 Satin-finish
9 5.00 Bagdad and
9 0.50 heavy Rep
$5.50 per pair for 9 7.00 Sllfc-flniahed
$6.50 per pair for 9 0.00 Mereerired
$8.50 per pair for 512.00 Mereerired
$10.00 per pair for 515.00 Mereerired
Our Infants' Wear Department grows more and more every-season.
The good things wc offer on Monday arc sore to attract mothers.
From 3 to 10 only; no mail orders filled.
Children's Eiderdown Sacques in pretty stripes and solid colors, deep QQ
sailor collars finished with crochet edge; sizes up to 3 years worth 75c. J y ,
Infants' Bedford Cord Reefers in cream only, empire style, with deep dj- A
ruffled cape, nicely trimmed with ribbon regular price 52.00 Monday, vp . , J
Infants' Long Cloaks of Imported Bedford Cord, lined with sateen and deep
cane nicely trimmed with rows of dainty satin ribbon worth 52.25 fl-J PA
Children's Light-Weight Cloth Reefers, tight-fitting back, doable-breasted, with
sailor collar and pockets, trimmed with white braid worth $1.50 Mon- QQp
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Children's Cloth Reefers in a great assortment of styles, with fancy capes; some
trimmed with lace insertion, others fancy braids worth up to 2.50 p- i O
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Children's Broadcloth Reefers with tight-fitting strap back, deep pointed collar
and double-breasted, with pockets trimmed with soutache braid QJ A fj f
worth upto $4.00 Monday VpAa J
Wall Paper New Fall Styles.
Pretty Bed-Room Papers, latest colorings, chintz and cretonne Q- -,4 Ii
effects worth up to 15c during this week Ot diiu. j,
Large assortment of Parlor, Dining-Room. Hall and 1CTlfI1' XAc
Store Papers-worth up to 35c-this week 13t UU- ,z
5,000 Rolls Good Glimmer Papers O