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W.LL HAVE TOO FLOORS HQNDAY-THE BASEMENT AND MAIN FLOOR?FOR ACTIVE SERVICE TO OUR PUBLIO.
TMOUSANB DOLLARS' C$70,000) WORTH!
a_s fseoof-ded by "tme: cost to us,
>jp]HESE goods represent almost every item of merchandise that is created new for the coming season, and for that reason are the ad
jJL- vance guards of what is to predominate as the best and surest style,*for Spring, 1903. Short pieces sure?ordinarily from one to ten
f^.7*7^ -__T r - "?-- *-> u_ iji __i_.,i..i,.vuv_ .___. _u_ _-,v_o. <__i_u.__ui_.ol _iyi-. '?, v^....^,, ._._.__. uiivu __)ict_cs suic?_i_iiiaruy iruin one tO ten
afflSM yards; but you are not limited in quantity, as the starting of the sale presents in most cases hundreds of pieces that match up, and
are, therefore, convertible to any use or garment desired. If you make a purchase and are ri_t satisfied with the goods you can return or
* fine Dress Fabric, Silks, Lace Curtains or Cotton Fabric. the prices \vi 11 average about one-half.
a"-( i"cjr-^ic, i__nv_-_-i.i-._t_. lu any use or garmeni aesirea. 11 you maice a purcnas. aua are n_t satisned
' exchange them within a week's time. Whether Broadcloth, other fine Dress Fabric, Silks, Lace Curtains or Cotton Fabric, the prices will average about one*half.
For Mondays Sale, if possible, please take small packages with you. The Basement has been refitted and now lends equal facilities as a salesroom with the main floor.
All Silk Wearers Must Be Here Monday.
Mill ends our full prices?perhaps only one slight
imperfection in the entire piece. That little taint is
enough for the maker to throw it aside. The prices
are such as will make the sale distinct from any ever
made. The Silks are all new this season.
69c. for S 1.00 Silks.
Tlicse are handsome Foulavds, full
"W.ldth nud pure silk; tlicse nre all
Eeyv printed$iT(_ct<., lilnck nnd white.
bhufc and "vrhitc and fnncy colors.
S5ri, for S 1.50 Silks.
There nre 30 inches, pure silk, Blnck
Itoyal Tnffctns, full litster nnd cxtrn
650. for 98e. Silks.
These are the new *\Vn?h Pongees,
in all tlio lcnding shndes, such as
plnks, resedn, grays and tans.
45c. for 75c. Silks.
These 27-inch Pure Silk lllack Iland
39c. for 75c. Silks.
These are PolkadDot Twilled Fonl
ards, in every conccivable color, dot
on white ground.
25c. for 50c. Silks.
Thej' nre the Corded Wnsh Silks, in
the popular colors for waists and
$1.00 for $1.85 Silks.
These ure Heavy lllack Satin de
Lcons, just come in, for skirts.
37 -c. for 85c. Silks.
These nre Puro Silk Louisincs, cle
gant -tvenrers, gctnblc in stripes,
plnids nnd Uvo-tones.
85c. for $1.25 Silks.
These are Pure Silk Blnck Crepe de
Chines, full luster and very soft and
62c. for $1.00 Silks.
Gro de Stvissc?"Tliis is nn ontirnly
new silk fabric, gottcn up for shirt
waisls rfnd street dresses; also n full
line of evenlng shados. .
45c. for 89c. Silks.
Blnck Penu de Soio, guarnnteed pure
silk and full lustrous finish.
25c. for 50c. Silks.
These are Blnck Hnml-Wovcn India
Silks, full width nnd luster.
22c. for 33c. Silks,
These nre 'White Wnshnblc Cliina
Silks, made to luundcr.
39c. for 65c. Silks.
Tlicse are Pure Silk Black TalTctns,
fine, smooth finish; wcar guarantced.
fi IWred ISiousand Yards White Goods
of all the new fabrics, includingthe usual staplethings.
Nothing that has ever stirred the town to a buying
stimulus has been more deserving of credit or patron
age than this Cohen's Early Season Move to bring the
newest and finest fabrics at just about one-half their
Mill-End Prices when sold from full length pieces.
Over 3,000 yards ftnest Fnncy Mer
t'crij_ed Wliitc _Nlndrns und Oxfords,
in mill-end lengths, Ihe senson's best
styles nl 25 lo .50c, ehoico 12l/_e.
ThoxiBnnds uf ya'rtlg of the fmest
grndc Clieck nnvl Striped Xainsooks
nt 16 2-3 and 20c, nre in this mill-end
sale nt 9c. ynrd.
White French Orgnndies and Wash
Chiflons. - yards tvide, some of tho
__ne_-t grades mnde up to (lOe. n yard,
are in this lot, mill-end price, 17c.
Soft-1'iiiished En}*lish Long Cloths,
full vidlhs; mill-end price, per yard,
1,000 ynrds Merrerized AYhito Ox
forur%, Gltcfviots and Madras Cloths,
stripeSj plaids nnd basket weavcs, full
jiieces, sold everywhere at 17c, our ?
price. per yard, 11c.
Finesl Soft-Finishoct English Nain?
sook* nre priccd 10o.
India Linons nro pric-ed this way:
Best grado 25c. India Linon for
37e. India Linons nre 10 2-3c.
10c. India Linons for 5%o.
20c. India Linons for 10c, and so
The 42-inoh wide Fincst Pcrsian
Lawns, worth fiOc, for 2oc.
Baby Check and Stripe Dimitios, of
the line, shecr grade, mill ends, a
IM il 1 Ends Clieck Kninsooks, nbout
2,200.yards, grndes 8 to 10c, choioe
])er yard, 5c.
.Mill Ends Englii-h Long Cloth, extra
?wide, 1 to 12-yurd lengths, best l!)c.
grade, por yard, 12'/.c.
Mill-Enii Lengths \Yhilc Bcavy
Cord Piquos nnd Piqne JMuslins, yon
cnn pick from this groat lot values as
liigh ns 40c, nny for 12 i_c.
2oc. White Wnsh Orgnnilies, Swisa
Lawns nnd Paris Muslins, over a
yard tvidei mill ends, to be priccd a
Opcn Laco Striped Etaminca, in?
stead of 12'/. nnd ]0c, these, per
and not one piece but what is pure all-wool. The
stock, besides Mill-Ends. has many other most favora?
ble prices, and only for the newest and most 'superior
black goods that will be shown the coming spring.
45c. yard for Fine Frerich Spring
Fabrics, bucIi as Tiunise, French llen
riettn, Yoiles and many others, eost
ing up t.o $1,25 yard.
$1.25 Fancy Woven Black Eta
minos will hc sold for 70c.
French Voiles, tho most popular
blaclc fabrics for tho coining seasoh,
the best $1.30 vnlne for 85c.
The All-Wool French Mii-trals, sold
everywhere for 75c., nre 50c,
The fliiest Black French Alhattoss,
tlmt will sell for 80c, nre 50c.
Iligli grado of 02c. All-Wool Blnck
Scrge for 48c.
Blnck llcnricttns, that were always
38c.', for 21c.
The X_\v Blnck Fish-Xet, silky
fnhric, that will be $1.40, is here for
A lot of Black Thibct, 50 inches
wide, importcd for tnilor dresses,
price to he $1,00 yard.
A lot of Blnck Gninite Etnmines,
thnt sell for 3!)c, nro innrkod 2lc,
hesides innny olhcr line black fabricB.
Ready-^ade Garments Are
having a EPrlce-Holiday.
All new spring garments
from the man that failed.
Ladies' Wash Suits that
were to have been deliv
ered to the buyer the first
330 suits the latest styles.
Prices that were to have
been up to $4.75. choice
ot the entire lot $1.50.
LadU'i-" 'I'-ill'ir-Maiir. Knlts, of Vcn?
tlan, liroadciiHh and rltoviot, varlpua
aiylus to eelect from, JD.OO.
NeW-Cut T-illor guils, will) c-ollnr
k-bs pof.til.Uon Wovwo, satln plplnBs
and liutton irlnimiiig. full I.IkIioii
pleevcjt, skirts over tln new models,
nll nbaiics, &7.C0.
Ladies' Tiiilur-.Madi. .iuits, of Vone
tiiin broadcloth and chcyiot. vnrjous
styles to selot-t from, .$5,00,
Now-Cut Tallor Suite, with collar*
less poBtlUiotl blouso, sntin pijiings
und btitton triiuiiiing, .full Jiishop
(-lii-v.-i, sUirts over tlio now jnoclels,
nll slmdoB, .??".,ri().
JCew Dosij-neil Wiillv4llK8 Stiits of
Kttniniiie (lieviot, in bliic, bliu-k nnd
gra.y. collarlpss blouso. with stitched
ci.]ip, sklrtB lmvo inverted pleuts ul.
liiilt'Uii, filiislied with blittims, $15,00,
Jland.soiiie Volle Hkirts, in tho new
full fliucs, yoko (dl'oet, trimniiiiri
New Posignod Jjjkjrta of Seoded
.liiuiitn f.loth, jdiMte.l pnncl fruni,
btiu-lii-.l yuko, por/cot HUiiu;, ?*".;'.().
Kt uuii'no und lloiiips'iiiii Bklrts
fliiio ni.d floum-e olTei-t, tliokotl and
band Uiinined, (jtiS.QO,
U'nll.iiiK Sliiits nf "MoHan, black,
lilur: .md Oxford, yoko and strup trini'
The Lining Prices
The qunlities' are of tlie high
est order. Tlioro are Oiousands
of yards to soll?ola, almost
overy Idncl. Theso as sample
Fast-Black Lining Pcrcnlines, 12</.c.
qunlity, for 8yac. yard.
tshrimk Lining Stiftcning, _0u. qual- (
ity, is 5y8c. yard.
Blnck nnd Colored Merecrlzed Sat
teen Linings, best 45c. qunlity, is 33c.
I3]ack nnd Colored Mcrccrized Sdt
teen Linings, 25c. grade, is 10c. yard.
Yard-Widc Moirc Vclour, 35c. qunl?
ity, i.s 25c. yard.
Several Hundred Dozen
Hosiery have Come for a
.Ladies' Fine Black Lislc-Thrcad
Hose, perfcctly shnpcd anklo nnd
feet, special mill-end snle price, a
MnnufacturcrV lot of Lnce Lislo
Hose, some with slight itnperfectioiis,
25c. valitc, for, a pnir, 12V_c.
47 dozen U'intcr-W'eiglit ffosc, for
ladies, regular l!)c. oncs, to ho sold
100 dozen Lndios' Fnst-Black Seani
lcss Hose, instend of 12<.c, the mill
end snle's price, a pnir, 7c.
Boys' Black Ttibbcd Extra Weight
Hose, nll sizes, special, 10c.
Boys' Full Begulnr Jlnde'25 nnd 10c.
Blnck Rioucd Hose, all sizes, for this
special sale, 12y_c.
Men's Half Hose.
Jfon's Cnslnncre 'Hose, Ihe highest
grade, thnt usually costs 35c; tlicse
are scconds thrown out by mninifac
turers; will hc sold for 15c. pair.
Mcn's $1.25 Cardigan Jnckets for
$1.00 Flecccd Lined Glovcs, for men,
The Sale of Floor Oil Glo.h.
Tho best 25c, Oil-Cloth will be sold
nt 10c; 35c. grade, 20c. yard; the
50c. grnde, 38c. yard. the 09c. grade
for 55c.j the'$1.50 Iniaid, $1.10 and
$1.00-yard; nlso 270 3x6 feet Linrvn
AVindow Shndos, niountcd on sprlrig
rollers, for ISc.
Any eye to economy can get rich returns. Half and quarter prices for car
| loads of merchandise that is good as if full prices were paid.
Such sale was never made before. It includes finest Marseilles and othei
Bed Spreads that are rare even at full prices.
Bed Spreads inBasemeni
Tmported Marseillcs Quilts, the
flnest, tliiit come up to $0.50; some
nre fringed nnd others are not,
nlmost ovory dosign thnt the mnr?
ket produces, choice of the lot,
$2.00 to $3.00.
Also tlie best Americnn Croehet
Quilts mado at $2.50 to $2.08
among them, with or without
l'riiipp, choice for $1.50.
$1.75 nnd $2.00 Single or Doublc
Beil Quilts, to be. sold for $1.00.
Othor lots of Quilts will bc 85,
75 and 59c.
1,600 Pairs of Lace
Many thousand yards
of silkoline embroidered
curtain muslins and va
rious other draperies, all
at one-half their usual
FOR CUSHION TOPS.
"Maniifiicturcr's Eiids of Slko
lines, about 1,700 pieces, to be
sold for 2c. a pieto.
Best 12y2c. Silkolines, in longer
lengths, all the various colovings
the mnnufacturers prodtice at that
price, sale price 5%c.
Highest grnde of Swiss Embroid
cry "Mnslin Curtains, all the vari?
ous designs, lhat cost to 3Se. price
1,C00 pairs of Lace Curtains, all
less thnn half the. wholesale eost.
50c. to $3.50 Curtains, a pair.
25c. to $1.50.
12yac. Lnco Stiiped Etamines
20c, Cottnge Curtain Mttslin for
Gottons in the Basemenf
Double-Fold Meroerizcd Oxford
Cloths, in neat and stylish print
ings, the 1G 2-3c. grade, for 8%e.
2,400 yards of Satin Striped _Mn
dras Cords, dcsirablc designs and
colorings, the 15c, kind, for 8%c.
Scrpentine Crepe Cloth. in every
conccivnble solid tint, for street
nnd evoning wenr, instead of
10 2-3c. per ynrd, 0%c.
10 2-3c. French Piquo Cords, in
light and dark grounds, solid and
fancy printed, some 4,800 yards to
be sold.for O^c.
Scotch Bali ??? _. a shcer printed
fabric, over a hundred nttractive
designs and colorings to select
from, instead of 12i/ac. yard, Sy.c.
Ynrd-Wide French Percnlcs, in
all the new and elabornte work for
spring 1003, tnannfacturer'a
lengths of the 10c. grnde3, for
Best ]Q2-3c. Yard-Wide Single
Fold Long Cloth for 11c.
0% nnd 81-3c. Dress Gingharas,
5,000 yards of mill ends to be sold
per yard, 3%c.
4,700 ynrds of 12?_c. Percales,
light grounds, solid tints nnd tlie
lincn shndes, 1 to 10-ynrd lengths,
your pick from the lot for 7"_c. .
Best (iytc. Fancy Dress Prints,
4,200 yards to be sold for 4%c.
Best 8 l-3c. Ynrd-Wide ' Bleached
Cambric, 5,000 yards, all to be
sold for 41/2c.
25c. Embrbidered Chambray, in
nll the solid colors mnde, embroid
crcd with black and white, for 11c.
25c. Jlcrcerized Oxfords, pink,
light blue, Xile, sngo, cadnt blue,
tan and black, for 12'/_e.
4c. Fine Round-Thread Unbleach
ed Cotton, 2 to 10-yord lengths,
3,(100 yards to be sold for 2%c.
12T/ac. fioft-Finishcd Bleached
Cambric, full yard wide, for &%c.
White Sale in Basement.
of 3,000 yards tho Beason's best
styles, in the fme.t Mcrcerized
Mitdras, Piques, etc, retail prices
25 to 37"/_e? mill ends, ehotce 9c.
Check Kainsooka for 3*>Ji_.
40-inch wide White Lining
Lawns for 3c.
White India Linons, book-fold,
The Basement Kouse
is "being closed out at sacri
ficed prices. .No opportuiiity
in years for economical biiy
ers to supply themselves like
100-picce Rcal English Porcelain
Dinner fiets, beautiful decorations,
110-picce French China Dinner
Sets, in pink roso decorations,
cost S40.00 to import, for $25.00.
Decorated Fruit Saucers, that
cost ii3 $1.50 a dozen, for Ge. each.
White China Descrt Plates, that
cost us 75c. n dozen, for 4c. ench.
Decorated China Soap Dishcs,
thnt cost ns 30c, for 10c.
White Bowls and Pitehers, thnt
cost us $1.25, for 85c,
10-quart DiApans, that cost us
54c, for 34c.
0-quart JUilk-Pnns, that cost us
20c, for 17c.
MufTin Pans, that cost 10c, for
Glnss Tnmblcrs, thnt cost us 75c.
a dozen, for 50c. a dozen.
Fino Class Goblets, that cost
SOc. n dozen, for 59c.
Wine Glasses, that cost SOc. a
dozen, for 30c.
4-string Brooms, thnt coat 22c,
Our Linen Buver Comes Up
to the Mark in Bargains.
These shipments for Mon
500 dozen Heavy Ilemnicd Huck
Towcls, tlio besl at $1.00 dozen, inill
end sulc's price, each, 5e.
Tlio largest size I2yuc, ilemmed
Towcls are priced, per dozen, $1.00;
170 dozen Linen iliipk Towcls, extra
heavy welght, size 22x44 inches, bost
$2,60 dozen valuo, spccial for this
sulo, ench, Lln.
Largest Size Pure iVhite Wator Ab
isprboht Sunitaiy Balli Towcls for 10c.
I'ui'G Linen llenimnd nml lfein
Hlitcbed Flno Barnsloy lliu-k Towols,
wldo .hiiii.isk boiders, for 25o.
700 dozon Cotton HonoycbniT" Tow?
cls, icgiilnly 5c? -this inill-ond biiIo's
price, i-ai-li, 2>>.
Iliickiilm.-k Sliirting, Iho new shiit
waist fnlai'ic, pure wbito, por yard,
Whito Stiiting, Itutchcr Linen, 38
inchea wide, icgnlurly -Ioc, per vani
Tnblo Dnumsks, puin linen, best 7(Jo,
giado-s to he sold in this miU'On" sulc
Tho rcgulnr 60c. Hlcnelied 'J'nhle
D.imusks are to ho sold M.nulny for
Silvcr Tllcai-lipil German. Linen "Dnrn
iis|n?, 'sii.-h ns yuii pay .||),., f0). ft|.
wnyri, niill-cnd price 25c.
$1.50 and $1.00 Finest Irish Llnen
Damasks, in tho most beautiful large
designs, to be sold, per yard, $1.00.
JMercerizod Bleached Dnmasks, 58
inches wide, Biiowdrop nnd large
damask designs, per yard Monday,
Cllnss Toweling Crash for 3c.
Pure Linen Damask Fringed Nap
kins, snow-w|iito blench, mill-end salo
price, per dozon, 50c.
Soft-Finished Snnitnry Birdeye Dia
pcr, a picco ofilO yards for 49c.
The Sale of Small Wares
that will take place Mon?
day is the product of sev?
eral countries. Here are
few of the prices, not one
out of a hundred :
Dr, _Maxo's CnrN-lio Mouth Wnsh,
35c, size, will bo sold at 18o. bottlo.
Hogcra & Gnllof'a Violotlo Baby
Powder nt IT1/")*, packngc.
4711 White Rose Cilycorino Sonp,
, lllg Int of Rubber Dressing Combs
for -le. each.
200 13ost 50c, Rubber'Combs will be
sold at 35c, each.
500 biirs Whito Toilot Soap, liighly
porfumod, nt 2c, cako.
0 yards Wliilo Fenther-Rtitrh Brnid,
in a largo vnricfy uf piitternfl, 8c,
ijuiility is 5c; \W?9t rjiuility is 10..
Gounters of Colored Dress
All-Wool Brondcloths, mill ends,
that cost $1.50 to $3.00 yard; other
fabrics that cost from $1,25 to $2.50
ynrd, colors in biacks, hundreds of
ynrds, choiea 75c; all of them full
Fine French Tamise Cloth, Etta
minos, Voilcs, Ilonriettns ana Vell
ings, blncks nnd colors, that cost to
$1.20 yard, choice 45c.
Tho Dress Goods stock is full of new
spring fabrics, and Cohen's aro mak?
lng n price that is itninntchnblc
.$1.25 Novelty Spring Effects aro sold
Tho Finnst Ettnmtnea importcd.'in
all tho leadlng slimlns, nre $1.00.
.Ruw Silk nnd Scoteh Novcltica nro
Tho best, 75o, Mistrnls, in bnskot
?etttimliies, will be sold for 50c
Tlie New Scoteh Snowfinko Stiit
ings, that nro 00c. vtiluos, aro 40c.
Tho Now 48-inch Strlpod Ettaminea
All-Wool Cheviots, best fiflo. grndoa,
sell fdr 38c
I3oublo-\\'idtli . Bovlin Cloths, nll
colors, for 25c
Several Hundred Pieces of
Matting Will Be On Sale.
25c Mnttings for 15c **.
35 iuid 38c Mntting for 20 nnd 25c
12'/i> und 15o. Mntting for 12c
1 und 2-yaid Mntting Rugs for 75c
The Greatest Sale of Cotton Fabric.
The sale involves several hundred thousand yards?
some at even .ridiculous prices-?all with the usual
Cohen-Like Advance of Cost. It was cleaning up the
mills at all the ends that rnakes such prices possible.
Sccrsuckcr Madras, in tho dosirablc
corded eflccls, near yard wide, fnult
less color conibina-tions, made to rc
tail for 10c, per yard, 7%c.
"Fancy AVoven Zepiiyr f'inghams, a
large assortment of stylish nnd novel
wonves, instend of 12'/-.c.. per vnrd.
iMcrcerizod Silk Ginghnms, choice
selection of the wash silk designs, all
tho nc*v color combinations, also solid
tints, per yard, 10c.
Sfl-inoh Scotclr Zephyr ' "Mndrns, in
suiling ,,n,i Bhirting eirocts, made to
relail for 18c, per ynrd, lZy2c.
Satin nnd Lace Stripe Lnno, one of
thn novclty productioiiB for this sca
son's wear, in the pretty solid tints,
imported to sell for 45c, per vnrd,
Sclf-Embroidcred "Mcrcerizcd Mous
sclincs, a shecr, dressy fabric, made
to retail for 37 i/sc.. por ynrd, 25c.
Enibroidcred Dot Swiss,. n variety
of choice patterns and c*nborate color
combinations, worth 10 2-3c, for
Douhlc-Fold Pcrsinn Lawna and
Wash Chiffons, in ravcn bjnck, the
45c, qunlity, for 23c.
.Morcrirized Wnisting nnd Suitings,
in basket weaves of shepherd plaids
and othor effects, for 35c.
Sinila Silk, a new sniting mntcrial
for apring vtcar, iinitation of silk and
woara better, iiiBtcad of 50c. per vnrd
Imported Mercerized Wnisting, in
novel weaves and color comblnntions,
some white ones tvltli fancy woven
oirectR, worth $1.2:- per ynrd, 85c
25c, Jmported Zcphyra, novel prodtic
tions of now and fnultlcaa weaves and
colors, per yard, 15c.
Scoteh Batiste, a largo assortment
of nrtistic colors nnd designs, made to
rotnil for 15c, per ynrd, 10c
French Dimity Cords, with hair-line
ofTeota, stylish nnd nttractivc color
combinations, the 18c grade, for
Mcrcerized Madras Corda, satln
atriped and hnir-linc effects, dalnty
figured, novd effects, per yard, 12V_c.
The Sale of Ribbon Gohstitutes a Purchase
, Thousands of yards?all prices?more than two
yards and half will be cut, at request, in order to
accommodate our public.
?100 yards finest quality Satin Tnf
feta Ribbons, in all colors, best 29c.
quality, for 17c. ynrd.
000 yards 3l/2-inch Satin Taffcta
Ribhons, all shades, nnd worth 19
and 22c. yard, for 13ysc. ynrd.
500 yards 5-incti Finest Satin Taf
feta Ribhons, best 35c. quality, is
500 yards TaiTeta Ribbons, in all
colors^ were worth 7c. yard, for 3y2c.
300 yards Libcrty Satin Ribbons,
3*/_ inches wide, worth 20c, for 17c
000 yards Liberty Satin Ribbona, 4
inches wido and worUi 33c. yard, for
100 yarda only Wide Liberty Satin
Ribbons, No. CO, were 35c, for 23c
Black Satin Groa-Grain Ribbona,
No. 40, 3'/2 inches wide, 20c quality,
is 18c ynrd.
5-inch wide Taffeta Ribbona, in all
ahades, 35c quality, is l!)c. yard.
Our Embroidery Buyer Has
Been at Work.
1,000 yards at from 10 to 50c*
on the 51.00.
3,700 yards Embroidery Insertions,
cambric and nainsook, all styles, mill
ends, coating to 12l/_c, choicc, per
Mill Ends Wide Cambric nnd Nain
sook Embroidcries, about half-priccd,
Mill Ends Embroidcries, Insertions
and Edgcs, 0 to 8c ones, per ynrd,
Mill Ends Embroidcries, wide skirt
ing widths, 10 to 20c ones, for Dc.
The Fincst Swiss nnd Nainsook Em?
broidcries, values to 50c, specially
priced, per yard, 25c
The widest Skirt Frill Embroidcries
nt 25 to 30c nre in thia snle for
The Finest Embroidery Allovera,
for waists nnd trinunings, some in
the dainty baby designs, costing reg
ularly $1.50 to $3.75, these 79c to
Boys' Clothing to Close at
$6,50 Overcoats nre $3.50; $4.75 onea
at $2.50; $3.50 and $3.00 ones are
$2.08 Boys' Suits will sell for $1.75;
$1.35 Suits will sell for 85c
A lot of Boya' Pants, were 25 nnd
36c, aro now 17c
Tho bost Mothcr'a Friend Shirt
Waists are 50c
These Ladies' Shirt-Waists
Will Be^n Sale.
All this season's new waists.
Laciies' Figurod Percalo Shirt
Wnista, varioiiB sorts and sizea, 50c
onos for 29c ?*"
$1.50 and $2,00' Corscta, popular
innkea, all longths and sizca, to closo
out for 75o.
Infnnta' Cnmbrio Dressns, hem?
stitchod rufflca, embroidery yoko, for
New Whilo Piquo Shlrt-Waists,
? broad Btjtohed tuoks, Inrgo penvl but
tons, ntti'activo and Bervjccnblo wnist,
? Figuvcd l\lovperizod Wnista,'' new
buttoncd siilo oil'oot, honiHtitehod poj
lnr, noiil. and iiltra.tivo designs, $1.00
vuhie, for 75u, -
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
*car!n*d*t? be soldagain in
months to come.
Einbroidcred and Lace Trimmed
Cambric and "Muslin Night Gowns,
special 08c. values, miil-cnd salc's
67 dozen Muslin Gowns, henistitched
and ombroidery insertion yokes, some
low ncck Emprcss, special, 48c.
Tbe finest and best grade $1.26
Gowns, trimmed in nainsook embroid
erics, for 88c.
Over a hundred dozen Torchon Lace
Trimmed nnd Embroidered Insertion
Yoko Gowns, made of cambric or
muslin, special 15 to SOc. values,
50 dozen Lace Trimmed Underskirts,
extra deep flounce of tucked lawn
and wnsh torchou Ince insertions,
91.50 Skirts, aro priced 08c.
Tho best $1.00 and $1.25 Lace Trim?
med Uhdorskirts, 2 rowa lace inser?
tion, wido laco edge, 70c.
Lace nnd Embroidcry Trimmed
Skirts, in the most claborate style
trimmings, cannot be cqnnllcd under
$2.00, aro priced $1.25.
Low Round nnd Square Neck Cor
sct Covcrs, full front, i'rench cut,
trimmed neck and aini-holes, 25c.
covors, for 15c.
Lace Trimmed French Covers for
44c. Trimmed Front Covcrs for 25c.
75 and 88c. Val. Lace Trimmed
Covors for 50c
Extia Size Druwers, of flne enm*
bric, trimmed with wide henistitched
Vnrious styles Trimmed Drawcrs,
of muslin, all sizes, open or closed,
Embroidcry or Lace Triinmed Regu
lav 30 to -14c. Diuwors aro 20c.
The Plain, Woll-Made "Muslin Draw
ers, for Indics, mnde with deep hoin
and tucks, yoko bands, for 12'/ac,
Children's Drnwers, of close, flne
muslin, extra sido stays, well stiteh
ed nnd perfectly mado, for a pair, 8c.
Sale of Writing Paper and
Books in the Basement.
lligh grade of Writipg paper, tbat
is nover known undor 10c, is 10c.
Jinportcd Ei.glish Paper, should he
2fio. pound package, wlll ba sold for
Envelnpes to matoh at 250 for 25o.
'^bqib.UBual Irish L.lnpn Pound Pnper,
that'pells for 40c,,;'will bo SOc.
Anothor lot of the Organdie Pnper,
?lfio, vnluo, that we sold for 25c, wlll
bo on tsalo -Monday.