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THE MORNING TIMES, fOItfDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1895.
A New Invoice of
Black Dress Goods
From the celebrated MANUFACTURERS, B. PRIEST-
LEY & CO., the last of OUR IMPORT ORDER for this
season. Goods from the looms of these celebrated
manufacturers need no COMMENDATION, as every
lady that has purchased a gown of these splendid
fabrics can testify as to their superiority over many
others: They are made from the finest Australian
wool, DESIGNED. SPUN, WOVEN, DYED and FIN
ISHED by the best mechanism known to the world.
Hence they always give perfect satisfaction in every
particular. We have also a few FRENCH NOVEL
TIES, the latest effects.
40-Inch BLACK ALL-WOOL JACQUARDS. in
very neat designs, fifteen styles to
75c. per yard.
" 40-inch BLACK CHEVIOT JACQUARD, gran
ite surface, very desirable,
75c. per yard.
' 42-inch BLACK CRAPE DIAGONAL, hand
some design, very soft and silky,
$1.00 per yard.
" 44-itch BLACK JACQUARD CHEVIOT en
tirely now and very desirable,
$ 1 .00 per yard.
44-inch BLACK ALL-WOOL FIGURED, solid,
beautiful finish and design,
$1.00 per yard.
" 44-inch BLACK ALL-WOOL ARMURE JAC
QUARD, very neat and stylish,
$1.00 per yard.
" 44-inch BLACK ALL PURE MOHAIR AND
WOOL CRAPE DIAGONAL, a beau
$ 1 .25"per yard.
" 44-inch BLACK ALL-WOOL FINE QUALITY
ARMURE, a new design.
" 45-inch BLACK ALL-WOOL GROS GRAIN.with
handsome mohair figures, five
$ 1 .50 peryard.
" 54-inch BLACK ALL-WOOL GROS GRAIN
S2.00. the price is S1.75-full pat
tern 6 yards.
BLACK FRENCH CANICHE, 42 to 45 in.,
$1.40 to $1.75.
, MOHAIR JACQUARDS,
all wool, handsome effects, for skirts,
capes, or full suit., 45 in., $1.50 peryard.
CLAY DIAGONALS, for capes, cloaks and
tailor-made suits, 56 inches wide, $1.25 to
420 - 422 - 424
8th and Market Space.
Colored Crepes, 25 in.
wide, in such colors as
navy, new blue, Nile
cherry, cardinal, pink,
golden brown, lavender,
orange and lemon. The
goods are made of ex
cellent quality silk and
are worth 75c. a yard.
8th and Market Space.
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JIcINT YUE On Saturday, November 1C,
18SC. at 5 p. m., Iinogene, the Uaujiliter
or J. II. and Kate V. Jlclntyre, aged seven
years and six months.
Funeral on Mnnday evening, November
18. from residence. No. 3211 0 Mrret
BHIPLEi' On Sunday, November 17, at
6 a. m., at her residence, 024 rirst street
northwest, lire. Mary E. Shipley, In her
rnneral services from Wesley Chapel,
corner Fifth and E streets northwest, Tues
day, November 19, at 2 p. m. Friends
and relatives Invited to attend. It
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generally exhausted, 2
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work, begin at once 2
talcing the most re- 2
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medicine, which is 2
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Benefit comes from SS
I the cry first dose. 5
Kidney and Uvea S
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g BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, US. 3
Dyeing. Cleaning and Dry Clconlns.
MJi lsth street NorthweiL
Wirks, 1206.1S08 I Streot Northire.
- 426 7th St
FOR THE WOMEN WHO WOfiK-
One Hundred Asked to Band Them
salves for Practical Dressing,
SujiKt'-ited Movement oolstnc to the
Abolition Days ..t tile Desk
In Dump Skirts.
The wet autumn days are here, and here
again, too, are damp, bedrairgKil skirts,
unsightly, micomfnrtable, and endangering
the average woman's health.
Women are nut all "lilies of the field,"
for many, especially here in Washington,
have to "toil and epln," and they take
pride and pleasure in their wort, honorably
preferring It to becoming a burden to
The new woman is a true woman and
does not sit Idly bemoaning her fate; she
Is self-supporting and courageous. Is
It not lime fur her to assert her Independ
ence and call a bait to the whims and
follies or fashion?
There is much talk of "dress reform"
but nothing comes of It, for it Is a shrewd
plan of certain well-formed women to
make money while attracting attention
on the lecture plallorm to their physical
perfection while advocating a loose and
shapeless garb in which llieaverage woman
will look like a fright.
Viewing the question without bias,
without going to extreme"., one arrives at
the conclusion that it is necessary for
the new woman to act on this question
The hour, perliap. has not yet come
for bloomers, but health and comfort, so
absolutely necessary to happiness, de
mand that fashion and prejudice she
way to the absolute need of a fitting cos
tume for the practical business woman, a
costume that will not lie tle yards round,
weighted with hairtlotll, and requiring
the constant use of one ban dto hold it up
in rainy weather in a futile effort to
keep 11 from beli.g net and bedraggled.
All women "will neer boast fine forms
and fair faces, but those utio have the
jrrcatcr boon, good health, need never
fear to suffer greatly by comparison, or
to lose their feminine attractiveness If
they are blessed Willi common sense. In
this city. In the departments alone, there
are ttiuusnads of women who are obliged
to go out In all Kinds of Weather, who
know the discomfort and danger of re
maining all day with wet garments about
their ankles only too well.
Many of these are anxious to Inaugurate
thiir emancipation irom the folly of fash
ions dictates, If others would Join them
In adopting a sensible business costume.
At this time no better ilrcss has been
made for every day wear than the
medium length bicycle skirt, with leg
gins, and there is a movement that sug
gests Its adopt I on ror business women at
once, for fall and winter use. No woman
or refinement is willing to make herself
' unduly conspicuous by tier attire, so The
Times presents the mailer to Us readers.
l-et each woman in favor of adopting a
STnmon sense costume skirt not longer
than to the thoe-top shorter at wearer's
discretion and Jtpglns, will forward her
name to this paper.
When one hundred names shall have been
received, each one having pledged berself
to adopt this rational form of dress will
appear in It simultaneously.
The cyclist knows how comfortable and
warm the Icgins are, and how readily thev
J can be removed and dried when wet with
How many are brave enough to be
All who value comfort, cleanliness, and
health more tLan the dictates of folly and
fashion let them send in their names.
Current Xew CIuli.
Pleasant meeting last night at Ivy Insti-
iuic iuiMiiess ioiiege. au entertaining
programme was furnished by John II.
Out rich. Charles G. Williams, Charles
Brown. James Kelley. A. T. l'crry, LouU
J. Hughes, n. S. Sheelian, Victor Toblers,
and Lawrence Mills.
CHAFING DISH LUNCHES
Served Just for Two, They Are the
Samn WetltlliiKM Svlioduleit for tUo
Week Society Notes mid
Bicycling is a glorious pastime. It brings
roses In the cheeks, pleasure to the heart.
diversion to the mind, and Incidentally a
"I'm fiercely hungry" declared a deli
cately built pretty girl to her stalwart mas
culine companion, as they alighted rrotn
their wheels In front of her Lome on Con
necticut avenue. It was crisp and cool
and they had enjojed a long spin together.
He admired her common sense statement
and added he was "starving."
Now It was about afternoon tea time,
fully two hours before dinner, but the very
Idea of tea was left unsuggested by the
hearty couple and they quickly wint iu
to rescue themsehes Irom starvation.
"You must help," she said, "ir our
lives are to be spared, anil one of us
saved rrom cannnballsm." He meekly fol
lowed her into the dining-room.
"He perfectly quiet; do not speak a
word," she cautioned, "and ou will see
what you will see." She opened a
closet niched In the wall near by, ab
stracted a shining chafing dish, disap
peared Into the pantry and quickly re
turned with sundry mjsterious slUer
toppeil bottles and a porcelain dish or
something. Handing tilm a book, she
pointed to a certain page.
"You read the incantation." she com
manded, "while I mix the broth."
He sedately read as directed. "A plniti
or salt," "a dash of sherry, etc.," while
she dexterously followed Ids totnmaiiiH,
mid presently a delicious steam anise.
Senteil not far amy from each other they
onjoyed their Impromptu spread with all
the satisfaction of having done a clever
It Is. of course, true that only In news
paper jokes do society men refer dis
paragingly to their wives' of "the bUcuits
mother used to make." but It is also a
fact that no sight Is more agreeable to the
masculine eye critical than a dainty
woman engaged In housewlftly pursuits.
Quite n malry exists among soclcty
glrls In this regard Just now. and odds are
that two (liafing-disli "seances" will bring
alxjut more engagements than half a dozen
cotillions, or set out dances.
The wedding of Miss lXelle I.lttlepage,
daughter of rapt. II. lleverly Uttlepage, to
Mr. Alvan Macauly will take place at SL
Andrew's Church. Wednesday eenlng at S
o'clock. Miss Cnllye Ulllepape. Bister of
the bride, will be maid -of honor, wearing
pale green silk mull and carrying puilc
fringed chrysanthemums. Misses May llc
Canley, Ostium or West Virginia. Gierke of
Ilaltimore, Thenhnlm, nnd Mamie and Ida
Young will wear white organdie, daintilly
trimmed with gnen riblions nnd carry
clusters of white chrysanthemums.
The bride will be gowned in while satin,
trimmed with pearl! awl rare lace, nnd her
bouquet will be of lilies ol the all-y.
Messrs. William !u Val Brown, J. KI
frelh Watkins, Sherman James, W. Butler
Woods, Harry Hiiiuiaii and Luther Keli hel
dcrfer will act as groomsmen, Mr. John B.
Macatilcy, brother of the groom, being
ihosen as best man. Following a reception
after the ceremony at the home or the bride
Mr. and Mrs. Mnenuley will leave for an
extended So'ithern ton r.
Among thoe who will add to the attrac
tions of Washington sotlety this season by
handsome entertainments are Mr. and Mrs.
F M. Hatili. Mr. Hatch Is the lately ap
pointed Hawaiian minister and will ar
rive in the city early In Deiviulier. Mrs.
Hatth, as Miss Hawes of San Francisco, Is
well known here and her coming is looked
forward to with plcasare by her many
Mls Morton, sister of Secretary Morton,
will hae ns her guest this winter Mrs
Mrs J. A. Thompson Swann is still at
Princeton. N. J., and will not return be
foro December 1G
Mrs. fitoekbrldgc will occupy apart
ments at the Arlington durii'g the winter.
Mr. Mendonca, Brazillim minister, who
Is an art connoRsear, and the possessor of
many beautiful paintings, will give a talk
on landscape painting at the Washington
Club during the season
Mr George W. Ryder and Mrs. IJyder
are at home. No 821 Seventeenth street.
Mr. Ityder was formerly Instructor at the
Chevy Chase Club and has teen abe-ent In
California nearly two years in connection
with the Burlington Country Club, of San
Col and Mrs. Walcott .hold a reception
In honor of the twenty fifth anniversary
of their marriage Monday evening next
from 0 to 11. Col. and Mrs. Walcott hnve
removed to No. 701 Twentieth street north
west. The wedding of Miss Clara Fowler of
Rockvllle, to Mr. Itemus R. Darby will
occur at Mount Vernon M E. Church to
Came to our stands la Center Mtirkot on Sitnrday
and asked one of th attendants to saoir har IICT
TERISE, andlsllher nil ho could about thsmsklne
of lt-whica ho did. She said: "I have norer seen
BUTTERINE to know It, and havo never oaten It to
my knowledje, I admit thit I havo been preju
diced, but I hare road considerable lately about your
product and I am going to try It, Just because I be
lieve In puro food, and your Hutterlno must be good
or it would not come in coin petition to Elgin Creamery
Butter, as I bolleve one of the butter dealers so ad
mits." the mndo a purchase, and left a standing
weekly ordtr with us.
MANY OF YOU KNOW THIS LADY.
Sho Is one of those sensible persons who reasons with
everything When she reaJs an article written by a
butter dealer she la bright ecoujh to so thronga It
She 13 a lady of means, and Is well able to pay almost
any price for a good article: bat sho Isn't going to pay
for imaginary quality. Our retail sales of Butterlne
on Saturday were thelargost in our history with the
exception of our two anniversary days.
Try ourAlderaey Braad-lt is SO cents per pound,
and is better than any Butter at any price.
WILKINS & COMPANY.
Square Marble and Glass Stands. Center Market.
every article of food
1 Great Sale of
MAKutlb tr todaIj; n,y-
lUUAIt wear, etc.
She Is the Same Good Angel of
All Ages Past.
HE PREACHES TO THE' SEX
Dr. Sunderland' Church Filled With
Women to Hear u .Sermon Uoili ereil
for Them Alone Ho DcprceutCM
the Theories of Winit the Conilnir
Woman Will He.
The usual large crowd greeted Rev T.
DeWilt Talmage last night in the First
Presbyterian Church. Notwithstanding the
announcement that the sermon would be ad
dressed to women, there wns a large num
ber of men present.
For his text Dr. Tnlmsge rend a letter
which contnlmd a rcquist to pneeb a
sermon on "Advice to Young Women." The
communication was signed by six young
women of Cincinnati.
The request was granted, and the eminent
divine took as a subject: "Young Woman
hood." Dr. Talmage said In part:
"It Is Ho- more Important that the pulpit
be heard on this subject at this time when
we are having sutli an illimitable discus
sion about what is called the 'New Woman,'
as though fome new creature of Uod bad
arrived on earth, or were about to a I rive.
NEW WOMAN THEORIES.
"One theory is that she will be an
athlete, nnd boxing-glove and football and
pugilistic encounter will characterize her.
Another theory is that she will superintend
bnllot-Loxis, sit in congressional hall, and
through Improved iluica bring the mil
lennium by the evil she will extirpate and
the good 8l c will install.
"Anotliir theory Is that the will adopt
posliivily horrlllc. Am.thcr theory
Is that sl.e will be so esthetic that broom
linndle nnd rollieg-pln nnd coal-scuttle will
be plctorlallred with tints ircm tuft tk'.es
or suggestions of Rembrandt and Raphael.
"Heaven deliver the churdi and the
world from any of lle styles of new
woman She will never come. I have so
much faith In the evangelistic triumph and
in the progress of all things In the right
direction, that I prophesy that style of
new woman will never arrive She would
hand over this world to the bid, nnd from
rein-.;, ns she Is now, tin mlghtiist agency
for Hie worlds uplifting, she would be
I he mightiest force for its duwnthrust
I will tell joa who the new woman will
lx It will be the good woman of all the
ages past Here and there a difference of
attire, as the temporary custom may com
mand, but the same good, honest, lovely.
Christian, nil influential being that our
mother and mine was
"ir you know any better style or woman
than that, where is she The world can
not Improve on that kind. Thenew woman
will have more boks, but she will have no
more common Reuse than that which tried
to manage and discipline and cdncate us,
nnd (lid ns well as she could with such
EACH MUST DECIDE.
He concluded with the foUoivIng:
"Young woman! draw out. ai.d decide
what you will be,' and do. Coil willing.
Write It out in a plain hand, not like the
letters which Josephine received from
Napoleon In Iialy.tbe writing so scrawling
and scattered that It was sometimes taken
as a map of the seat or war. l'ul the pi in
on the wall of your room, or write It In the
opening of a blank book, or put it where
you will be compelled often to see It.
"A thousand questions of your coming
life you cannot settle now, but there is
one question you can settle independent
of man, woman, angel, and ilevil. ami that
Is that you will be a God's woman now,
henceforth nnd forever. Clasp hands with
the Almighty. Pjthagoras represented
life by the letter Y, because it early di
vides Into two ways. Look out for oppor
tunities of cheering. Inspiring, rescuing,
and saving all the pcoplejou can. Makea
league with the Eternities. I seek your
present nnd everlasting safety.
"Hut a smaller proportion ot the men and
women who go Into the battle or life come
out uu wounded. The slaughter has been
and will be terrific, nnd we all need God.
and we need him now, and wc need Mm
all the time.
"And let me jay there Is a new woman,
as there Is a new man, and that is the
regenerated woman made such by the
ransacking transforming, upbuilding, tri
umphant power of the Spirit who is so
suiierlor to oil other spirits that he has been
called for ages the Holy Spirit. Quicker
than wheel ever turned on Its axis; quicker
than fleetest hoof ever stpick the pavement;
quicker than zig-zag lightning ever dropped
down the sky. the ransoming power I
speak of will revolutionize your entire
can supply you with
of highest quality
Main Market. 1306-1312 32d st
nw. Telephone, 347.
Branch Markets-1718 14th 3t. nw.;
2026 14th st nw.; 8.h and M sts.
n. w.; 3057 M st. nw.; 21at and K
sts. nw.; 215 Indiana ave. nw.; 5th
and I sts. nw.; 4th and I st3. nw.;
20th st. and Pa. ave. nw.; 13th st.
and N. Y. ave. nw.
We can beat all our compet
itors in Millinery and Cloaks
why, we've even been beating- our
selves lately. We never had
prices down so low before, and
wc never had such a magnificent
assortment to show. We are
only mentioning four items to
day, but a straw shows the di
rection of the wind, and they
will serve to show what kind of
bargains we can offer.
$16 Astrakhan Cloth Jackets at
Elegant Astrakbnn Cloth
Jackets, satin lined through
out tour button eiretts,
full ripple back, extra large
sleeves; they caunot be dupli
cated ror less than $1G; this
S8 Boucle Jackets at S5.98.
Very stylish rough efrects.
lour-ouiiou styles; rippie
backs; box shaped. These
S5 and S3 Trimmed Hats, S2.98.
TrimmeJ Hats latest Now
i orL au 1 1 arlslau styles ex
quisitely trimmed with flow
ers, lace, velvet, aigrettes, eta
75c Hats and Flats. 39c.
All the latent shapes, in
cluding Short Back Sailors,
Hats and thapos, all colors...
81 2 and 814 7th St. N. W.
734-736 Seventh Street.
Ladies' Extra Fashion
able Jackets in very rough
effects, all silk lined and half
lined, in box and horse show
$13C0Jackets, as above S7.8S
laoojacxets. as above 1193
2i00 Jackets, asabore 1L43
734-736 Seventh St. N. W.
Ul VaTVmtf K
Vv .til 3k3
npPFNHFIMFR'S, 514 9thSt. N.W.
We are leaving all cloak and suit stores behind us in prices. We lead in
style. We are ahead in prices. We have the public confidence hence our
WE ARE MANUFACTURERS.
Read every line carefully through and you will find surprises everywhere.
Lnille3 Fine Wrappere,oxtra large
and wide, larze sleerca, Yratteau
bar, ruffled should rr straps, well
made Eel! eTerjTThere at J1.00.
Ilandsomo Wool Serge Wrappers,
extra large bIcotcs, made out of nue
red serce, wattoau bict, lace cas
caded In front Sells everywhere as
15.00. Our price $1.69.
for a handsome Black and Wh.lt
Checked latin Waist, made la tho
latest style, largo sleeve, lined
threncbouL Sell ttrerjwaere at $5.
Oar price $2.49.
CI CO for a Uandsome Outing Cloth Flan
4IiDj vnelett Effect Waist, In black and
yellow and other colors, lace edged
on largo sailor collar. Sell erery
irhere at S3.V0. Onr price fl 69.
(!) OQ Children's long Coats, Iarfe Capes,
1)1., LO mixed goods, latest creations.
.Made to sell at It 00. Our pries,
OPPENHEIMER'S, 514 9th St. N. W.
416 7th St. N. W. at One
Half of the Original Yalue,
For the past thirty years that we have been in busi
ness we have never been so fortunate as to offer our
patrons such an opportunity to buy first-class garments at
half price. Messrs. Blumenthal Bros., 516 Broadway.N.
Y., have advertised to sell out their entire stock of Fur
Capes at 40 per cent off. As we had purchased these goods
before this wc had the choice of the first pick, and these
garments will be placed on sale TODAY.
No. 1450 Belgian Black Coney Cape, 30 inches Ac j n
long, 100-inch sweep. Original $8.50 $UtlU
No. 1406 French Black Coney Cape, 30 inches ftp nn
long, 100-inch sweep. Original 11.50 $0.oU
No. 1410 Plate Astrakhan Cape, 30 inches long, 6a in
100-inch sweep. Original $14.00 0'"
No. 1407 Best Sheared Coney Cape, 30 inches (JjQ ftfl
long, 100-inch sweep. Original $15.00 gw.UU
No. 1443 Black Coney Cape, 30 inches long, 100
inch sweep, with Astrakhan collar and edging. (Jin nn
Original $16.00 go.DU
No. 1408 Brown Sheared Best Coney Cape. Or- Ajq nn
iginal $23.00 gl0.6U
No. 1431 Persian Lamb Cape, 30 inches long, (hie nn
. 100-inch sweep. Original $25.00 glJ.UU
No. 1429 Best quality Astrakhan Cape, 30 iuches fhio nn
long, 100-inch sweep. Original $30.00 glO.tJU
No. 1420 Fine Electric Seal Cape, 30 inches long,
100-inch sweep, with skunk collar and edging, tfinn Kn
Original $35.00 gflfl.OU
All our Short Fur Capes have been reduced to selling-out
These prices hold good only as long as we have
these goods on sale. We also call the attention of our
patrons that we have received new invoices of Ladies' and
Children's Jackets of the most desirable styles at popular
Children's Gretchon CoatJ, Iarc
Coachman Cape, fur trimmed, ele
gant and stylish mixed goodj.
Hda to sell at 4&0J. Our price,
Boautiful As'rachan Cloth Jacket?.
douMa breasted, four buttons, ntln
lined throughout, full ripple back,
largest kind of sleeves made, bell
In all stores of this city for 316.33.
Onr price, $3.05.
Hough Cloth Boucle Cloth and
Noreltr Cloth Jackets, made In the
lite-it style, Telret collars, 1 and 6
buttons, full ripple back, largest
tleerfs made, bell everywhere at
812.00. Oar price. 53 49.
Black Boucle and Bearer Cloth
Jackets, double breasted, largest
kind of sleeve, full ripple back, 4
or 6 buttons, bells ererynhere at
9 00. Our price, $4 S3.
Rouch Boucle Cloth Jacket, all
wool, four button effects, fall ripple
back, largest kind of sleeve a, Mair
satin lined, sizes from Si to 45. Sell
everywhere nt INX10. Our price,
Double Cape In beat quality.
Kersey Boarr r, tailor made, velvet
and plain cellar, 1C0 Inches sweep, SO
Inches long bells everywhere at
$3 00. Our price, 54 53.
Dress Goods Specials.
A fell dress pattern, containing
20 yards. New Scotch plaids. Worth
$150 10-yard pattoro. Monday, 9a
Beautiful Wool Clan Tlalds, donb'o
width, J) stylos to select from. Worth
25c yard. Monday, 9c.
Ilandsomo silk flnfshsd ITenrletta
Cloth, 44 inches wide, every thread
pure wool. In all the new fall shades
nnd block. Worth 75c yard. Mon
Handsome Wool Plaids full 8 Inches
wide. You will And them excellent
value. Worth 49a Mcndny, S3.
Handsome Wool .Storm Perre, In
navy blue Only, full yard and half
wide, always sells at $1.25 yard.
A splendid line ot Hannelettes,
In v?rr handsome plaids aud stripes.
"-1 ways e ell at IScyard. Mon
i. lied half bleached linen crash,
t snally sold at 12cyard. Monday,
Feather dcater, scrub brash.whlsk
broom, blacklnr, brush, box Royal
blacking, ahd clothes brash. This
entire combination worth 73a Mon
Pair ladles stainless tan hese. reg
ular K'Hc kind. Jlondnr, 3c.
A pair m yard long tapo ede,
Stotttngham Lace Curtains usually
soli at 75c. pair. Jlondaj-, SSi
A full Box ot the Best Wrapped
Buttermilk Soap, three calces In a
handsome box, worth 25c. Monday.
Verr Best Bloached Bed Sheets,
extra width, speciallr well hemmed.
oi uesi cotton, worm xl .uonaar,
II For a splendid IHlr Brush, a good
1 1) Rubber Dressing Comb, worth 35c
Both Monar, 11a
Cen'Iemen's All-Wool Gray or
Camel's Hair Shirts or Drawers,
worth SI each. Monday, 49c.
Children's Merino Underwear, am
extra good quality, they are an ex
tra snap. Monday, 9c.
Corset extra lone waist well
boned, made of best ncllh Coutll,
pcrf evt lit, worth 73c. Alonday, 39a
Beautiful tyles In Ecru Curtain
ScriTi. usually sold at 10c yard.
For the Turo Bleached Bath Tow
els, large size, worth I5c each
Gents' Linen Finished Tlandher
chlefs, fast rolor borders, oxtra
large sue. worth l'.'Jfcc. Monday, 3c
Q- Children's Ileary Ribbed Stcok
J Ll ines, stainless fast black, slze3 6 to
SU Kegular 25c ralue. Monday,
Art Good Specials.
Qn Duck Tray Cloths and Splashors,
Uu stamped In handsome designs.
Usually sold at ta Monday, Da
Handsome linen finished stamped
bureau scarfs, hemstitched, extra
long. Worth 43a Monday, S3a
Japanese head rests beautiful
Oriental designs. Others sell thorn
at S3?. Monday, 9a
Handsome Tinted Table Covers,
full yard square, fringed all aro and.
Well worth 73a Monday, S3a
3,000 yda. of Ribbons, balance of
an odd lot None worth lesa than
ISHc yd. Your choice Monday, Za.
For a frill half oz. spool of best
Crochet bilk la all shades. Art
stores charge 23c. spooL Mont