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THE EEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY. 26, 1903c
TQ BE LAUNCHED.
Long-Expected Test of the Langley
Firing Machine Expected
ARRANGEMENTS ARE COMPLETE
I Tugboat Lies on Polomac ear
fV Houseboat From "Which Air-
ship is to unice ! iignr,
Beady to Follow.
TVIdewater. Va.. July rs. Heady to follow
the course of Professor I-nngley's fiyins ma
chine provided that course doeti not take
it beyond the waters of the Potomac a
tugboat Is lying near the houelwit irom
which the airship Is to take its flight The
tu- has been on hand teveral days, and It
Is evident that the practical test of the
Airship or of a model is to be made very
The entire force of scientists and mechan
ics have been engaged Inside the houseboat
for Fcveral days, apparently at work on
the airship Itself. .MI vork necessary on
the superstructure has been finished, and
arrangements for the launching of the aero
plane seem to be completed.
While the question of exrense has not
been allowed to Interfere ilth the success
of the flying machine, ordinary economy
is being practiced. The expense of the tug
boat, which Is about $M a day. is an Item.
which would "count up It the experiments
veie delajed much longer.
The hoisting crane on the topmast part
of the houseboat was completed Thursday.
Heavy pulleys vere run up and tested by
weights. The superstructure was cleared
of all unnecessary material. Boards, work
benches and several beams were carried
below and the top of the boat was clearcJ
aa clean as the deck of a warship going In
to action. The crane will bo ui-ed to hoist
the airship or model into position for the
The large sliding bar upon which the
sixty-foot airship will run, has been finished,
and is securely fastened to prevent it frtim
sliding backward and forward w ith tho mo
tion of the- boat. Tho smaller car, parallel
to the large one, to be used for models does
not appear to have been completed, but it
needs only a few hours' work.
Trial with a model would be as Important
In one respect as an experiment with tho
principal airship, for the model is Fimply
Professor Lannley's idea worked out on a
maU scale. The Intention is said to be to
fly a model to observe any defects, remedy
tthem, and apply the ideas obtained to the
Professor Langley has not yet reached tho
6cene of the proposed experiments, and tests
with a model may be made in Ills absence.
JOHNSON PLANS TO DEFEAT
HANNA FOR RE-ELECTION.
Iniport&nt Conference of Democrat at
Cleveland Mnj or of City Snil to
IIt Senatorial Any! rat Ions.
Cleveland. O., July 25. An important con
ference was held at tho home of Mayor
Tom li. Johnson, which was attended by
Democrats from various parts ,of the State.
The admitted purposo of the gutherlng was
to discover means of dtsfeatlng the re-election
The Democrats wero called to discuss with
Johnson tho chances of carrying the closo
legislative districts. The meeting was sur
rounded with secrecy, those attending It
avoiding the hotels and conuillng their
Mavor Johnson evidently believes It pos
sible to carry the Legislature for tho Dem
rjicrats and he said the other day he deemed
that of more Importance than tho election
of a Democratic Governor. He has thus far
refused to stand aa a cannjuaie tor tov-
erno:, ana ne ueciareu mai ne wuuiu nui
lake the nomination unless it wer forced
'It Is the general impression that he desire3
the senatorshln and will ask for it it the
Legislature Is Democratic In confirmation
or mis, it 13 saia ne wiuoppose tna jnaurse-
ment ot a canaiaate ior .-enaioi vj itie
State Convention, as planned by the Slate
The conference was preliminary to a vig
orous fight that will be made against the, re
flection 'or senator Hanna, wnicn jonnson
will becln throughout tho State about tho
first of August.
POLICE SET OFF DYNAMITE.
Brooklyn Suburb Shaken "Up by
New York. July 25. Tn getting rid of sev
eral sticks of djnamlte which had been left
on their hands by criminals the police gave
tho Brownsville section of Brooklyn a
choking up yesterday and caused a lot of
xdtement among the residents there.
The dynamite was found a few nights ago
In a saloon in Glenmore avenue, where it
had been left by cracksmen, ono of whom
was afterward arrested.
The explosive "was temporarily stored in
a. closet behind tho Sergeant's desk in the
When they learned where it had been
placed the Sergeants suddenly lost all en
thusiasm for desk duty.
The nervous strain from having the dyna
mite around was such that it was decided
yesterday to get rid of tho stuff. Detectives
Etover and Tormey were selected to dispoai
of the explosive.
Disguising their delight at this commis
sion, they took the dynamito to a big open
lot on the outskirts of Brownsville, and
Stover, who served in the navy and knows
Bometlilng about handling explosives, tot
After firing the fuse Stover, who weighs
about 100 pounds, started on a sprint for
the far end of the lot.
He just reached there when the dynamite
exploded. The explosion was heard
throughout Brownsville, and tho peoplo
came running in droves from all directions
to learn what had happened. The dyna
mite left a hole three feet dep In the lot,
rlppl a board from an old shed near by,
ontf knocked down a horse which was graz
ing in the lot a considerable distance away.
The astonished horse regained Its feet
Immedlatelv and started on a gallop in tho
direction of Canarsie.
POLITE TO BURGLARS.
Mrs. Kivlen Excused Herself and
Went for a Policeman.
New York. July 25. When Mrs. Kato
Kivlen, wife of a real estate operator, re
turned to her fiat In the afternoon sho
found two men sitting at a tabic, one of
them sipping a cup of tea, while the other
was eating a banana. Mrs. Ivivlen did not
lnn her urcsenco of mind, nnd said:
"Excuse me, gentlemen, I've opened tho ,
Then she ran downstairs and found Po- (
liceman Ryan at Alexander avenue.- The
policeman accompanied her back to the flat j
and knocked at tho door. It was opened
by a well-dressed voung man. who had n
napkin tucked ynder his chin. Directly
this- man saw the policeman's uniform ho
shut the door and locked it. Then there
was heard the sound or a window opening.
liyan put his shouder to tho door and
forced it in In time to see the coattails cf
one of the two occupants of the room dis
appearing down the fire-escape. The po
liceman managed to get out of tho window
and down tin" fire-escape In time to get
tho rearmost man, whom he dragged back
"I beg your pardon for causing you so
auch trouble, officer," ho said, ,-oolly. as
-. brushed the dust from his clothes.
Kyan took him to tne Alexander avenue
Won. where no saia nis name was .iiuu
1 UsKaever. He decided to give his
When Mrs. Kivlen had tlmo to examlr.o
her Sat. she found that about $7,000 worth
of sliver had been stolen, besides soma
'.ewelry.On McKcever. the police say. they
louna ttree goia rings, a locKet ana cnam
i and sorno other small articles which Mrs. ,
(Kivlen ldesttfed as her uropsrty,
Sale of Sample China
From the Importing House of dec Borgfeldt & Co., New York.
THIS way we are sacrificing the balance of our great purchase of
China Samples means considerable to every housekeeper in St.
Louis the hundreds that were here last Monday will testify as to
the greatness of the values. You can buy any article designed for table
use, all pretty decorated pieces, in newest designs, at about a third its
value. There are thousands upon thousands of pieces and no two alike.
China Sample, worth up to 23c choice 5c
China Samites, worth up to 50 choice I5c
China Samples, worth up to l.W choice 25c
China Samples, worth up to S1.W choice 39c
China Samples, worth up to $2.00 choice 48c
China Samples, worth up to $3 00 choice 75c
Glassware You Need for the Summer.
Punch Bowls On foot, elegant design, imitation q
cut glass apodal OjC
Handled Cups to match bowl, per set of 25c
Footed Glarscn for ice cream and Ices, made of fine crystal Vit
rln-s per set of C Jl.
Berry Sts, very pretty patterns, cut-glas design, largo bowl and C saucers
to match, fire crystal glass complete 2?e
Jellv Tumblers, fine crystal glass, fluted pattern, with tin tops TO.
per zen C
Tumblers, thin blown lead glass, nicely engraved worth 51.C0 a dozen; C
each - 'c
We CJose Daily at 5 O' Clock. Saturdays at 1.
The Fastest-Growing Store in America.
$1.00 Satin Foulards, 59c
These are the -very best grades, and come in
dots, small and medium figures, etc., in
nil the leading shades, including black
and blue with white dots, full 21 inches
wide goods worth 1.00 a
50c Black Taffeta Silk, 39c.
Every thread is guaranteed pure silk.
The width is 19 inches; 50c is the
price we have been sellinrr them
for reduced to, for
Cut to Halt Price.
ALL our finest quality of Nainsook and Long-Cloth Gowns with low,
round and square neck, with elbow sleeves, trimmed elaborately
with Val. lace and fine nainsook insertion, finished with ribbon
Petticoats of fine quality cambric with Van Dyke point1; cf open
embroidery and 1'oint de Parts lace, finished with double lace llounce
and dust ruffle.
Skirt Chemises of the finest quality nainsook, beautilullr trimmed
in fine Val. lace and Point de Paris lace insertion, finished at bottom
with deep lace ruffle. We will divide them in two lots to clear ou
J nJ. f Garments worth up to S5.95, (TO ? n
L,JL 1 choice of the entire lot mt B J?
J . u. -Garments worth up to $3.50,
LyJL choice of the entire lot
CORSET COVERS With full French front, trimmed with rows of
torchon insertion and clusters of tucks; others with low- round
neck, finished with luce insertion and ribbon beading, trimmed
neck and arms. These garments are worth up to 75c; ft
choice for. - SZPxi
We Bought Women's White Waists at 13 Price; So May You.
JUST imagine how greatly the price must have tempted us when we bought, at this time of the year, almost 14,000 high-class waists, representing the entire stock of the Standard
Waist Co. We calculated you would be glad to buy them at the extremely low prices we could afford to sell them. You never saw prettier waists, cleverer styles, nor
such a variety. There are more than 500 distinct styles, nine of which are here illustrated. They are the season's newest effects in fashionable high-class waists and each garment
is made up in a first-class manner. The prices speak for themselves, and make an urgent appeal for your participation in this greatest of waist sales. It begins Monday at S o'clock.
THIS WAIST. J2.SS. THIS WAIST. tl.ZO.
THIS WAIST, 3o
TIH8 WAIST. SSc
THIS WAIST. SLiiO.
THIS WAIST. J2.93.
THIS WAIST. JljaO.
THIS WAIST, 52.53.
$1.50 and S1.75 White Waists, 59c.
Each waist is in perfect condition and is packed in a sepa
rate box. There is no end of beautiful styles from which
to choose. The materials are dainty white lawns asd
mercerized striped white Oxford cloths; the trimmings are
beautiful laces, embroideries and insertion; many are fin
ished with box pleats, tucks, side pleats, hemstitching and
fagoting ; there are open back and open front styles, all
made with pouch slteve9 and the new stock collars. The
major portion have tucked backs and many with tncked
sleeves; the variety is great and the styles
superb. These are positively 1.50
waists choice of the
lot (on sale in basement)
$2.50 and $3.00 White Waists, 98c.
More than 200 of the very newest ttyles arcs to bs found in
this assortment, including open back and front, long or
short sleeves, high or low necks. The materials ars very
fine lawns, organdies, dotted Swisses, India linens and
other she:r dainty white fabrics. They are variously
trimmed with wide and narrow pleats, cluster tucks and
hemstitching, also beautiful laces and embroidery; many
of them hare hand-loom allover embroidery fronts; thera
are also pure white butchers' linen and
handkerchief linen waists made with
those popular wide pleats; $3 values.
Your choice of this immense assortment for
$4.00 and $5.00 White Waists, $1.50.
Very dainty and exquisite creations in a host of pretty style
effects; materials are high-grade Iadia linens, lawns,
Swisses, organdies, pure butcher and handkerchief linens,
variously trimmed with dainty herringbone galloons,
cushion embroideries, new filet lace insertion, also
point de Venise lace, exquisite handmade Clnny lace,
Irish point embroideries and Swiss allovers. The effects
produced are very artistic; they are the cleverest waist
conceptions of this season. In addition there are a lot of
tailor-made waists, finished with various widths of pleats
and hemstitching, iagotmg ana
clusters of tucks $4 and 95
values. Choice of the
ions widths of pleats
$7.50 to $12.50 White Waists, $2.98.
If you see these waists they will allay any doubt yon may
have as to the genuineness of this offering. "Another
thing, come early; there are only 35 dozen of these waists,
and not more than six of any one style; of some there are
but two or three. The materials are the finest imported
handkerchief linen, with fronts, stocks and cuffs of genu
ine French hand embroidery; also hand embroidery Eng
lais and Madeira embroidery. All are hand-worked. Also
waists of the finest qaality India linen, dotted Swisses, or
gandies and China silks, beautifully trimmed with allover
cmuroiuei7,many wita rrencn vai. lace; also motif and
medallion trimmed waists and swell
pleated and hemstitched effects.
with Val. lace circular yokes; by
jar tne nanasomest styles shown.
ii. iacc; aiso motlt ana
Extra special offer Just about all the fittings you
need for your bathroom on sale at a very low price
complete ou fit for S2.9S.
Etch piece Is here Illus
trated. The Shower
Hath Spray Is made of
flrst quality pure white
rubberwlth extra heavy
rubber end for faucet,
tad large spray, nlckel
Inlsh. Tho Tub Seat is
made of polished oak
Trlth rubber covered
nickel-plated ends. Soap
Holder, Toilet Paper
Holder, Whisk Broom
Toothbrush Holder and
IMnch Towel Bar are
all heavily nlckel-plnt-ed
on brass. This entire
outHt Is offered fully a
lairu icss man it is
r . Mi,,. iiMMT"
We have great varieties of all the articles mentioned above
pieces will be sold separately if desired.
For Women and Children.
A LOT of odds and ends bought from Ameri
can Knitting: Mills Co. at less than manu
facturer's cost will be placed on sale Monday in
three assortments. The saving is exceptionally
Misses' and Children's fine lisle thread and cotton Jersey
ribbed Vests, low neck and sleeveless, also high neck
and long sleeves, in white and ecru f
worth np to 15c a garment wC
Women's fine cotton and lisle thread Jersey ribbed Vests,
low neck and sleevel;ss, square and V neck, also low
neck with wing sleeves, in white and ecru
worth up to 25c a garment ,
Women's fine lisle thread Jersey and Richelien ribbed
Vests, low neck and sleeveless and low neck and wing
sleeves, square or V-shape necks, in white and f
ecru, both straight and shape garments B
worth up to 39c choice Mr
Imported Wash Fabrics
At Less Than Half Price.
X7HEN we start cutting prices we are not afraid to take
a loss. Good merchandising demards it, and it pays
ns. The department that has suffered the most by price
cutting is the Wash Goods department, on main floor. This
gives yon an opportunity to buy the very finest materials for
very little. Here are a few instances. We could cite a score:
Wash Fabrics worth up to $1.25 a yard. Including Em
broidered Batistes. Embroidered St. Oall Swisses.
45-inch Mercerized Plain Colored Spider Cloth, 27-
Inch Silk- Warp Madras and other fabrics
choice, per yard
Wash Fabrics worth up to $2.00 a yard. Including 45-inch
Silk Embroidered St. (Jail Swisses. 45-inch Swisses in
all the new chintz effects, 45-Inch Embroidered Chif-
tons. 50-inch White Silk-Warp Eollans and
other stylish fabrics choice, per yard
Women's Swell Oxfords.
Just 600 pairs, all sizes, of women's fashionable Ox
fords $3 values, on sale Monday at $1.50.
Picture the style of this Oxford in your mind. If it pleases
you, you will be delighted with the price. This illustration
hardly shows its correct shape, although it resembles
it very closely. The heels are just a little lower, called
the Cuban and Mili
tary. They are made of
very fine quality patent,
colt skin leather, have
medium toes and hand
welted soles; it is one
of the most desirable
styles we know of, very
neat appearing and
every pair is thorough
ly well made; they are
At Reduced Prices.
Soap Lenox Laundry Soap, 1Q-.
10 burs for jC
Ice Cream Freezers "Peerless," the
best crank ireezer made
4-quart 3-quart 2-quart 1-qnart
$1.98 $1.75 $1.48 $1.25
Curtain Stretcher "Never rn
SaR,"brass nickel-plated plns.w"th 81-'C
Screen Windows Extension, 21
inches high, extends from S2 to 33 IC
inches, worth30c UC
Hammocks Cotton, open weave, full
colored, concealed spread, pillow 7Q
and valance, north tl.25 C
Lawn Mowers "Monarch," none
butter for the price. 8-inch wheels, three
14-lnch steel cutting C Aa
knives. t, if.T.7
Step Ladders 6 feet, with o
buckctshrlf, worthTJc TJC
Croquet Set Painted and var-
mShed balK 4-ball set JjC
Food Choppers "Universal," ac
knowledge! to be tho hct, chops 7c ,
all kind-, ot meats and vegetables... ''t-
Clothes Basket Made of willow. 35c
Coffee Mill Wall Coffee Mill, -je
canister holds 1 pound aJC
Carpet Sweeper Bissell's pi in
"Crown Jewel" $1.01
Washing Machine "O. K.," the
Ut rotary washer on theiuarket Cf hq
wc guarantee it ti be Mich . 'PU.TO
FaUlocK strong, brass fiuished,
Finest Laces Reduced 14, U3 and 12
Our Miss McKenna, who has for the past several weeks been visiting the principal European lace and embroidery markets, ad
vises us that she has made extensive purchases and that large shipments may be shortly expected. Prior to their arrival we are very
desirous of disposing of our present stock. For that reason we have made such radical price reductions on practically every piece of
lace and embroidery we hare in stock.
y3 off y3 OFF
On all our Real Duchess and
Brussels Laces, Galloons and
Ou all our Duchess Berthas,
Collars and Boleros.
The original prices remain on
all these goods. Be sure to ask
for discount after making the
Fine Embroideries, edging and inserting, of Swiss,
Nainsook and Cambnc, excellent range ot IJIA
patterns.worth up to 25c yd. ; main floor, yd .
Beautiful Embroidery Allovers, for shirt waists and
dresses, exceptionally pretty patterns, "Ckn
worth up to 75c; on mam floor, per yard. . . . t C
Fine white Allover Embroidery, also fancy colored
Batiste Allovers, materials for Summer wear, suit
able for waists and yokes 7 'sir
worth 82 a yard, on main floor, per yard... . IOC
4 OFF 14 OFF 14 OFF J4 OFF
On all our Pure Linen Handmade Clu ny Laces. T
On our entire stock of real Torchon Laces and Inserting.
On our entire stock of Swiss, Xainbook nnd Cambric Embroideries and Inserting,
Including matched sets and beautiful Allovers.
On our entire stock of Point 6e Venise. Fancy Appliques, Guipure and Persian
Bands, in whlto and cream, black and fancy colorins
On all our Hand-Embroidered Shirt-Waist Patterns.
On all our Hand-Drawn Tenerlffo nnd Paraguay Bands nnd Medallions.
On our entire stock of Veillnss both ready made veils and Roods by the yard
On ail our Heal aleiiclennes Laces. Insertings and -Medallions and handmade
sooda produced in Belslum.
The original prices remain on all these goods. Be Euro to ask for discount after
making tho purchase.
Extra Special in Basement.
OFF $ OFF
On all our fine Embroidery
Medallions In white, also white
On all our Embroidered and
The original prices remain on
nil these goods. Be sure to ask
for discount after making the
A clean sweep of everything in the basement depart
ment, including fine Point de Venise Laces and In
sertings, Clunys, Torchons, Valenciennes, black and
white Chaatil'y Laces and thousands of yards of fine
Eaibrdiderics. We have been selling these goods for
8 l-3c, 10c, 12ic and 15c a yanl-they are m
worth more. Monday there will be a uni- K g
form price on everything choice per yard...
Point de Venise, Point de Paris, Normandy and
Cluny Lace Bands, very newest patterns, (
worth up to 25c a yard on main floor at. ... I U C
Exquisite Laces, Point de Venise, Renaissance, Irish
Crochet, pure silk Escurial; in white, ecru, Q O
black, worth up to 12.50 yd.; main floor, yd... OC
$10.00 Robes for $3.9 S25.00 Robes for $ 10.00
815.00 Rubes for 86.98 885.00 Robes for $49.00
We have too many high-priced
Go-Carts and large-size Refrinera
tots on band. We want to sell them
quickly. These prices wilt bring
about the desired resu.L
519.50 Baby Go-Carts.. $14.34
816.93 Baby Go-Carts.. $11.32
814.89 Baby Go-Carts..$ 9.93
Folding Go-Cart Special.
Just received a shipment of 1'ohIInc Go
Carts which trill go on bale C"j DR
Monday at $.JO
$21.50 Refrigerators, dou. door.$I4.34
S16.9S Refrigerators, dou, door.SH.32
$14.89 Refrigerators, dou. door.$ 9.93
We are closing out our Straw Mat
ting at less than tm port pnees. Aote
23 rolls of China Mattlnc (40 ranis C f.f
to the roll) reduced from t. to....?'u,'
SOrolKof China Maltlru. regular C
25c quality, per yard. al
1j0 rolNof c.vtra (jualltr China Mat- iq.
tin?. 3.V: grade, per yard I.U
Turkish Towel "Seconds."
If you don't mind buying Towels that have very slight delects, such
as a loose thread, misweave, or perhaps a little overbleacheu, you can buy
them tor half of what they usually cost
Unbleached Turkish Bath Towels. 171
extra he z vy. 7cls3 inches (2 dv0
case,). 12Kc quality at "w
Unblea-hed Turkish n-ith Towel,
very heavy, size ixU In. (3 cases), I 3 1 f
17Jc grade ....'
Bleached Turkish Bath Towels,
very One quality, slze22451n.
dense). 20c grade
Unbleached Turkish Bath Towel. f
size 15.W1 inciies. very Heavy a I -
very heavy, size
casts). iic sraue..
Mi4S in. (2
Unbleached TurklshBath Towels,
cases). 23c grade
Turkish Bath Towels, both bleached and un
bleiched, all very largn sizes, mostly fine
Krades, alt hemmed ready for uses they are
out slightly imperfect 200 4-.
dozen 1:1 this let - I 'r
33c qualities U
Bleacht.fl Turkish Bth Towel, very fine
quality, large and lluffr. size 27xC0 inches,
plain white or with colored bor- f
ders (2 cases, 40c grade lJ
at.... ...... .................. .... ,.....
Bleached Turkish Bath ToweK very Tt
fine qu-ility. extra large size (1 'l
case), ,5c grade. ....'
Fancy Colored Linen Turkish Bath n
Towels, finest Imported grades S
:ust53doz.-worthL23eTch.. .. '
TnrkNh Bath Mats, fancy colored, fl t
1U0 dozen B !
40c quality M
Turkish Bath Mats, largo size. "e'x-""f i
tra heavy grade-worth up to il 'llflP
Turkish Toweling, very heavy m
bleached (lease). 23c grade- I
per yard AvTW
Turkish Wash Rags.
5c Wash Rags 2c
7Kc. Bleached Wash Rags 5c
20c Mercerized Wash Rags 10c
25c extra size Wash Rags 15c
35c Silken Wash Rags 25c
denulne New York mils Hemstitch
ed Itcady-Made Sheets, 9-4 size, full
bleached, 100 dozen of them, worth
Soc each; on sale, while they rf
last, at OuC
Dotted Swiss Very fine quality, fast
colors, white ground, with all Blzes
and colors of woven dots; 20c grado
(just two cases); on sale, while fk
they last, per yard JC
White French Lawn 18 inches wide,
40c grade (IKJ pieces); on sale,fl(fk
while they lasr, per yard. . . . JQ
White Etamine Very good quality,
worth 20c a yard (1 case); ou'Jw
sale, while they last, per yd 72C
3 O'CIock Special.
Monday at 8 o'clock we will place on
6ale one case of finest Imported 3G
lnch plain white, soft-finish English
Nainsook, very sheer fabric, made
of Sea Island yarn, suitable for
women's undermuslins, 25c A
quality, per yard ....IUC
Men's Negligee Shirts
59c for $1.00 Values.
We bought all the Men's White Neg
ligee Shirts a prominent manufac
turer had oa hand. We bought
them cheap enough to bo able to
offer them at about half their value.
Materials are superior quality ma
dras; the shirts are made with pleat
ed bosoms, cuffs attached, full size
and perfect fitting, thoroughly well
made, $1 values; pt
CIlulCC V4C,B - J
Lace Curtain "Seconds
Can Be liought Very Cheaply.
You can choose from an elegant assortment of the newest and most styl
ish designs. The curtains are odd lots, and a number have slight defects. Still
you are able to secure some remarkable values Be on hand early It pays.
Boys' Shirt Waists.
A consignment of 75 dozen Boys'
Shirt Waist Blouses, In the very
newest patterns and colors, beauti
ful Oxford creen and tan cheviot,
made with four full-box plaits; also
plain Madras and percale blouses of
extra length, which can be worn as
shirts; they come In all sizes up to
15 years; regular $1 values; A ft
on sale, third floor, at tjC
Nottingham Lace Curtains, fall width
and length, "seconds" of 81 Q
grade per curtain 1.C
Scotch and Brussels Net Lace Curtains.
3K yds. long, 50 in. wide, "seconds"
ot 855 grade 9Cl
per curtain &JK
Cable Net and French Guipure Lace
Curtains, 3 yds. long, 64 in. wide,
"seconds" of 83.60 grade P(l
per certain DZC
Ruffled Bobbinet Sash Lace, 32 in.
wide, made of finest quality Tuscan
Net, with deep lace edges and inser
tion, in beautiful Point de Paris and
Renaissance designs worth 39c a yd.;
while they last Monday, ft
per yard. IZfC
Irish Point Lace Curtains, full width
and length, made on fine Bobbinet;
"seconds" of 84 grade O
per curtain 'OC
Corded Arabian Lace Curtains, made on
French Cable Net, 3 yds. long, 50
in. wide, "seconds" of S5 fffl j C
grade per curtain )&.3
Samples of real Brussels and Irish Point
Lace Curtains, size nOin-i inrbf -,t?.
beantiful deeti embroidered hnrilon !
and spachtel designs "ZCb j
per sample Jjr C I
600 pieces of Mosquito Netting, in white J
and green, slightly imperfect.
yds. wide and 8 yds. long. These
pieces are worth 69c each: on sale I
while thev last. Mnndav- l s
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