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Cohen's Kid Gloves
\ a?? ready. ?Thoy ftro bet?
tor 111 an ever-*-taore caro
bavin? boon exercised In
tho selection of the skins ?
??, ti nnd $1.50.? All
sizes, all spring colorings
ami latest stitch.
Sale of Veilings
10 plecea Blneik Hsh Net Vellj
lh|fs'wlth ddts, Imported to ??ll
&t &a yard, sale at ISo, yard.
Whlte Mftllne Net.. so much
ueed for Hats for U 1-Sc. yard.
IS ' plocoii Hand Etnbi oliler^d
Velllngs, all colors. best Wo.
quallty for S6e. yard.
11 Handjoms Raady-Ms.de
Vella. sold K.25, I2.M and 12.7a.
Cholce for ll.JS.
21 pleces Whlte and Black
Clilffons. the regular 60c quaU
ty. will be sold for 840. a yard.
THe Qhen (gmpany TremeS^^uyin8:
rrnONDAY to be a day of ihopplng that will leave half .t>'our(^ckei8jy'e^w
[Ml cases have arrlved at alnicst any price that will do the selllng. 1HE NEW
fe|___ RICS will prove the proudesl record of this storeVs business hlstory._^
wlth ln* putshaaa ot thtt*
dollars In mefehandli* at T?H
COttEN - CO.'S . BTORB. ? Th?>
card when punched for thls
fcmduht o* yotif purehaM- wlu
fjntlUa you to * __i-? Arlsto*
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BUTE 8TUDIO, 807 BUl Brosd
fitraet. tha prlca 6f' whloh ls
$3 Tha eard Will b? ?ce?pt*d
as fl.W part payttent for any
1 work to the amount of >M of over
,_t'tho BL1T? 8T.UD10. Ask
?alespeople toY tha oard.
AU he had orer. Priee~'
tttaged from 60.,,-te COe,,
eaoh, All White'-nd aheer
mourning} atio White em*
brqideredi Prices to b?
2a t6 19.._..'..';;?? "ri
A Great Sale of Made Garments.
(Second Floor for Made Giirmonta.) ?'
Thousands of Garments, consisting of Udies' V*":*?^*^^
Boys' Woolen and Wash Suits, Misses' C|i^^n^anc^lnfai^^ear. Ladies Sh^rt,
Waists, Muslin Underwear. etc. Everythingthat'* ne^ and s yhsh. . _
' The price-encouragement reads like ??tion. but th^
brouoht them. All the garments are thoroughly well made and of unquestionaoie
Wlille Voile Sulta, with broad
hcmUHched tucks on waist and
aklrt,, $12.60 Suits for $7.60.
Silk Suita, of choeked and striped
talTcW., "ehcuUi-tllting flare skirU,
trlmmed wlth rovn of fagotting,
Sllk .Poulard Suits, over the new
est inodels, trimmed wlth fanoy
braid nnd buttons, $10.00.
Lndles' $10.00 Taflct.a Silk Box
C-onts,-full sleevca, ripplo collora,
rinp-Ponff Coats, of all-silk Pcan
de Solo,. plenlerl all around, edged
with fancy brnid, $0.50.
Others, in .full box and Louls XIV
aivles, to $26.00.
6(1.50 for Dressy Sklrts, ln light
tnn, gray, Oxford. and navy, worth
' 51.98 for Navy nnd Black Dre.is
Sklrts. full flared bottom, a. good
S $5.00 for Black and Blue Broad
-ojbth Skirts, full flare, panel front,.
^n.i.sliccl with silk bands, a regular
$10.00 for Finely Taflored Suits
of Broadcloth, in blue, roynl nnd
black, oollarleaa blouse, nloiitcd skirt
over drop-skirt. ordinarlty $16.00.
$16.00 for Strlctly Tnilor-Mnds
Suits, of finest broadcloth, best
slinilcs, over silk drop, a full $26,00
Ladies' Allovcr Net Sklrts, with
taffeta band trimniing over drop
skirts, tnstend of $12.50, are $3.08.
. AlJ-Silk . TnlTeta Sklrts, aluster
tucked, full flare, $10,00.
P.enu do Soio Sklrts, wlth bem
atitcbed 'flares, a usual $15.00 skirt,
Silk Waists, TafTetn, Peaw de
Soie and Crepo de Chlna, varlous
stylish deslgns, every spring shade,
for $6i75. :". ;?'.'. A
Soft Pean de Cygne Waists, at
tractlvo, with rows and rows of
silk fagotting, Inrge pouch sleeves,
all colors, for $4.66. .
<?>', Ladies' Blnck Silk Shirt-Walsta,
broad stitched tuoks, stylish collar
and sleeves, all slr.es to 44, regular
$5.00 valuo, for $3.08. ?
Sllk Tongee Waists, yoke effect,
ahlrred front, large butloua, very
effoetive, for $0.60.
Attraotlve Chlna Silk Waists,
embroldered front'or laee trlmmed,
varlous dcslgns, black or whlte, for
Hundrcds of Chlna Silk Waists,
hemstflched nnd tallor fashloned,
atylish and eiTective, all alzcs, for
LADIES* MUSLIN NIOHT GOWNS,
made wlth tucked yokes, cambrio
ruffle. full sizes, 20c. v;i?
Trimmed Muslin Qowns, hlgb or
low heck, 38c.
Tlio ? usual best 05o. Gowns are
here In abumtance, prlced 48a.
Gowns for 73a., tho usual best
Drawers, made wlth dcep um
brella cambrio rufllo, tucked, for
27 doren Cambrio Underskirts,
with deep umbrella flounce of .2
rows laco insertion and dcep lace
The .f ailure gf a Boys* Clothing Concern.
r,567 BOYS* WASH SUITS ALONE CAME TO COHEN'S-all of them
'for this seasori's sale. N.ewest styles best construc^
M in the price is just about two-thirds of their cost One-half of the aisle is
cove?ed with them. We change or take back any that fail to be the size you want,
?At one.t'hird tbeir value you want to, buy quick. We guarantee every^uit
ITuntlrcds of Beautiflul Boys' Suits,
ln white and colors, latest designs
and best ninteniol, Suits fliat cost
$1.50 to $2.00, all sires, prico to be
"9- '. - ,, .
Linp-n nnd other. Wash Snits, pret
tily trimmed nnd eombined in vari
ous styles of materials,' costing C5
to 85c, price 29c, a sult.
Large varlety of Colored , Wash
Suits, usually $1.00 to $1.25, cholce
60c. , .
375 Suits costlng $2.25 to $3.00,
choice, per suit, $1.00.
Another lot of 75c. Suits, hired,
white or striped, are 30c a euit.
BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS.
New spring styles, that cost $3.00,
to be sold for $1.08.
$5.00 and $6.00 Boys' Suits for
000 palra Best Corduroy Boys'
Pants will ba sold for 60c a poir,
and many other*.
Sale, of Dress Goods, *cq3Sred.
The edicts of fashion is at a clear sav'ing of at least
one-third?every color?every new kind of materjai.
?45 Inch Frenrh Aolincs, In all the
riewast <bndcs, cannot) be diiplicnted
for li^?. than $2.00; special at, the/
Every fihnde in. London Twine
Etnmines, $1.25 kind for 05c yard.
FYench Voile, In nll tho new
colors, for, Lhe yard, 60c, IV* y-rd*
Snowflake All-Wool Rouretts, 'this
seasnn's best 76c valuea, for 46c
All-Wool A'Jbntro&s ln all tha
wnnted ahndos, 60c. quality,' for
37 >/_c. yard.
Rpnl Scotch Suitlng, IVi yards
wide, at the yard. $1.00.
All-Jvool Voile. every ahade, 50c
kind, for4-3P.c yard.
Fnll.,Jlrif.. FrdtiVh Challies. ln the
newest colors,-at the yard, 20c -
French fy-onrlclot'hs, in every
shnde, black ineludod, for 08c. yard.
EUimin'e Cvnsh, for Inilored Suits,
best 70a values, for, Lho yard, 44c
These Handsomest of Black
Dress Goods. ,
The New Bnsk'at wenve.i Vlg
nette. newest $1.25 goodB, for 05c
Panne Sntin Lonisine," this sea?
son'* newest ?2.00 gootts, price 51.45. ?
Dlnck Turkish Mohair, .44 inches
wide, handsome ?'1.25 yalue, ,85c
All-Wool Hlnck Voiles, that *cll
for flOe. iislmlly, 30o.
Fiuft't Tilnck ATImtross, that ?lls
for 70c. to 1)0 sold for 45c
4(l-inch Persian Voile, $1.25 ralue,
Dlnck Sfttidelia Mohair, thnt sella
for 8Sc... is 50c a yard, and many
Manuf acturer'ss'.t* Ribbons
Odd pieces of finest Ribbons: odd boxes that
closed large lots?some 1,260 pieces of Ribbons in all,
various widths and colors.' Many of them are-the
most expensive Ribbons of the season. The price con
cession is a thirti and a half off the regular prices.
2,000 yards Fincst Sntln Jlibbons,
every shade and kind, to bo sold for
4y4.ineh wide TafTcta Ribbons, nll
colors, that snll for 30c, are 25cj
Boine to bc sold at all tinies 17c,
are marked \Zyac
3i/8.lnch All-Silk Louisine Rib?
bons, ln all colors, will be boW for
75c fiuality Blnek Tnfrcta Rib?
bons, 7 inclies wide, for 45c yard.
Whito Satin Tnlletn Ribbpn*. In
fancy 6tripes, that cost 00c, 6
Inchea, for 33c yard.
6-ineh-wido N'enpolitnn Ribbona,
the soft-finish COo. quality, for 20c
113 pieces Black TnfTeta Ribbona,
usunlly 23c, for TS'/aoi yard.
Other Fancy Ribbons, that usu
ally sell for 40c, are 18c
17, 20 and 23c Ribbons are mark
SALE OF BLACK VEI.VET RIB?
1,000 vnrds to be sold?No. 1%,
25rt. wid'th. for 12%'o,'l Ko. l?, cost(
$3,00 n piece, for 18o, -yawj. All
other widtlia at tbe samo propor
A Whole Aislewe-y
of Little Help.
That help vTOnderfully at sxich
60 gross bpst 6c nooks and Eyea.
All si-es fqr 2Vic dozehj 2'/, ones
are lc oard. I
Best 25c Horseshoe Hair Pins for
16c; 15e. ones are. 10c
Fancy RufTle Side Supporters, all
colors at 10c pair.
400 gross Pearl Buttons, 10c onea
aro 5c '? f'
6c kind are _V*cj 3c kind are
1 Inch wide Gartcr Elnstic, ail col?
ors, special price is 7c yard.
Meroerized Embroidered Cotton, all
ahudcs, nlwayiinc, for 3c apool.
s.ooo skeins Beldings Bros. Em
broidcry Silk, sold everywhere at 4c
for 2C. skeln.
' 2,000 yards Drcssmaker's , L.lning
Cambric, nll colors, Including black
at 3%c yard.. '
Blnck and Kll colors of Percalines,
the URiinl 15a; to 10 2-3c quality for
Bliick and Colored Near Silks, well
worth 15c to 17c. yard for Oc yard.
Blnck nnd Colored Double Fold
Mereerlzed Sntteen Linings best 25c
qunlity, for ? lBo. yard.
Gray Moirc peroalino, well worth
20c. yard. for 7V,c yarj.
Black Mereomed Sntteen Linings,
best 20c and 35c quality for 16c
E<\.r?y Sale of
Ladjos' Blfticncd Ribbed Yests,
taped nnd full trlmrned, lOc'gar
menta, Bpecinl, 4 for 25c.
Depnrtment In Basement.
Extrn ElnBtic Giauzc, ribbed prot
tily trimmod vests, in various Bort*
an*d styles. 12%o.
Sloeveless Vests or Corsot Cov
ers, lnco trlmrned, 15o.
Ganzo Ribbed High-Ncak, Long
Bleevo Vosts, all sisos, 10c
Children's Nnzareth Ribbed Dravr
er? Bodies or Waleta for 10c
Wouderp they aro. The new
ost and prettiest fivbrios at otit
of-season prices. Bold oa first
Heavy ?Bourette Canvaa Cloth,
?old for 10'2-3c by evcrybody in
tfie clty. prlce O'/gO. J
2,700 yards Flnpst Dotted Mualln,
?ecd (lot, tn black only, boit 87c
grade ever Bold, Mondny's price 16c
Flgured -Mereerized Doitble-Width
Walsling, tlio; identlcal goodsJ sold
for 45c, Monday'* prlco etarta at
The wldcst fttid-fincst Mndrag that ;
you have bougbt Lhis seasou for 20c|
M'hite grouridB'Wlth every varicty of
figttres and colors, per ?nrd I2y?c
"Bouibny Silk" 20 inrlics wide,
tlny polka.:dots for abirt walsU,
dresses, .etc, .for 35c
Fincst Imported Bntiste that boIIb -
for 10ci beautiful prinUng,. speclal.
' 176 picces of Silk Mereerized Oren
ndines, the newest 60o. fabi'io pro
duced, aolid colors nnd vartpus conibl
natlons, most stylish imported fabrio
of tho sedaon to bo sold per yard 21c
Polkn Dot and Soiid Colors ln
benvy'^Puck for dresses or skirts, tha
aame nlwnys I2^c, for 10c
The flnest Imported Zephyr Charn
brnys that ara sold for 22c, are
nied stvlo is the
latest ftjd. With
any printed cot?
ton material for
waist you buy on
first floor your
size of' a paper
pattern will be
Sn^pUp These Llnens.
Dress LinonB all off thoir
mluo truck. Table LinonB*and
Towels at mosfc roma-kable
. Whlte Llnen Ihiclf B_ltl_f, full
yard wide, Iriah make, to b? ,iold
for 26c ......
JLlnen SheMng for ehirt wajeU and
suits, exqtiUlte $1.26 quallty, graee
blwvchod,'' full 2% yards wide, eoft
flnlslied, to bo sold for 88o. ( y
Linon Lawn, manufactured ln Ire
land to have been sold for 30o. | a
purchase of tbe entlre lot makes th?
prlco 25c _?'.',''
'l'he wide 40-inch Press Llnene,
?full bloached and regular 60c quallty
for 84c ?- . '??'"
Compare thls Whlte 42-lnoh Llnen
? in soft flnlab wlth any you can buy .
ln town at 76c, our price l?.44c
Henvy Llnen Sklrtlng or -Sulting,
the best quality ever sold for 60c,
full" blcaclied, will wear a llfe tlme
for 3flc .?_,?_
25c Brown Llnen Suitinga, 88 Inch?
ea wide, price to bo 16c
Fancy Strlped and Solld Colored \
Llnens, newest thlngs of tlie season,
price 17c -_ . '
Sale pf Table Llnen-r-The alwaye
88c Linen DamaaVs, for. 26o.' , <
Our regular 76c. quallty for 60o.
Sce the best Table Llnen, in hand
eome damask, new open design that
selta for- $1.46 anywhere, opeclal
PrNnpkin? to, match, worth $3.28,
for $2.50 a flozen. ?
270 dozen full sl,ze Dlnner >ap
klns, regular $1.36 grade, per dozen
5L0O. V , , ' . ,.
120 dozen $1 Napkina, will be eold
for 75c '
300 dozen Linen Huek Towels, ^ra
rlous scirts and klnds, usual 18c
Towel, your plck for 10c
Soft' Ble.iched Towelllng, pure
whlte,' for, 5d. . ,. . _
,A' lot .of Bnmaley Crash ToweU
inc. 14c grade; for 10c. _,.,.,_.
2*00 ynrda of Bleached Table Dav
mnsk, 60 inches '.wide, cotton. mer
corized for 18c *
The Bargain Basement
Is s. Good Paurt of the Big Store.
The stock and the prices are as independent as if they were
miles from the -rest of the store and you "are-llkely to hnd most
anv sort of goods and at just half ordlnary pnces.
4,633 yards Sheer White Indla
Lawns, will be Bold for 5s/4c
The same yard-wide Madras,
white grou'rids, wlth every sort of
ju-inted ftgure, sells for 12yso. Ali
the new styles* single and double
cord and satin stripe, price to ba ;-.
8,200 yards Printed . Cambnca, ?
the grades thnt cost 10c. to 23c
every rarioty of neat patterns for
waists and'other pui'iwsea, full.
yard wide. price 8%c '.- ?.
Fihest grnde of nBtiste, with llt?
tle pietty deaigns for Shirt-Waist
Sulta, Waist'?,-etc, all the ncwest
piintinfs and best quality ever sold
for 12y,e. nnywliere, priee 3'/8c.
2,700"yards donble wfdth heavy
Oxf'ords,' white groitnds with polka
do'ts nnd smnll flgures, tho samo
goods thnt ave sold all over town
for loc, the price to be 8%c
40-lnch l'illow Case Cotton, tho
highest unblenched grnde tlint sells
for lOo. n yard. 5,000 yards to be
eold for 6c
The Cotton O'uting Cloths not
fleeced, full welght, mnde to hnve
rctniled for Oc a yard, about 5,000
, yards to be sold for 4%c
Fine soft-flnished 8c. nienehed
Coltons, full yard wide, the same
Bold by us heretofoie for 7y2c,
Bpecinl prices 6V?c
Mcrre' izod Satin Strlped Shirt
Waist Cloths, /white grounds ln
amall efferts of printing, the novv
est in all IGo. vnrieties for 8%c
The most stylish Iinporled Per
cnlcs of tho senson no where in
Amorica lo bo hnd undor 10c
per vnid, full yitrd wide nnd cost
6c inore Umn 'Sea Island, price
The flne'?t rmportr-d Mnrseilles
Quilts ever ?nld for S?i henry em
bussed nnd band tiod fringe nnd
sold bv us at $3j special price,
Androscoggin Blea'ehod Sheets,
full double bed slzo, for 55c
$1.50 Heavy Croehet Qullts,
fringed or plain,. 110 to be sold
42s3f| and 45x36 Extra Heavy
Pillow Cases, sold by us for 12y8c,
special price 10c
ITenjmed Ilu.ek vnrious lengths
and' kinds, mnnufocturcr, Imper
feetions, choiee Monday of 300
dozen each, tc
Tlie usunl 5c ones for 2c
ITenvy Whito Piquea, the best
12%c ones for 7l/jC , ' . '.'
Merrerized White Oxfords 10c
and 20o. ones for 8c
10c nnd IBc White Indla. Linons,
40 inchea wide..for 0c '
Lot of Indla" Linons that cost
Oc and 10c. for 6c ?
8o PAIR LACE CURTArNS,
alight manufneturer's Iraperfectlon
$1.50 value. 75c
020 yards I2y8c Siljkohne, mill
ends, for 5y,c '
170 nair Lace Curtains, usually
soll for 60c. for 30c a palr.'.
$3 ones) $1.50 a pnlr.
Etamines that sella for 12y,c
I'fSSwch china dihner
SETS, 107 pleees. $35.00 sets for
810.50: 5T5 set? for $17.
EncrlWi Ten Sets thnt were 15.26
are $3.60, ? .
Bnlllon.Cups that were 05o. are
Chocolate Cups and Snur-'ers that
were $460 a dozen are 25c each.
10c Indlan Hend Plnles for 10c
Cako plntes were $1.75. nre $1.
$3.25 Cbop Pishos. Por $2,.
80c Wnter Tumblors, Greclnn
stalr desipn. for 05c n dozen.
Wnter Titmblers for 4c
2 Onnrt filn??, Pltehers for 16c..
GRANTTE PUDDINC PANS, 8
qun'rts. best n?n1ity,,for SOc
15c Bnsin, for Sc
Muffin Pano, 8c
the Trustee Sale of Silks.
Proves what. painful price desolation certain con*
ditions often produce. The Sale shows our retail pnce
?o be just aboPut one halM the wholeeale cost. Our
every piece is of ,the newest this season s most desire
abte Silks. '
Ij.oo SILKS FOR 89c YARD.
26 pioces, 27-ineh Qemiine Shan-;
tung Pongee, ln tlie natural eolora,
wlll launder. like lincn.
ft.19 SILK pRENADINES FOR 89C
B85 ynrds 48-Innh'HandBome Pure
Sllk Black Orenadlnes, ln vnrlouii
?trlped deslgns, popular for vrhole
$1.15 BLACK TAFFETA FOR 88c
YARD. '.?,,-.'?_? ? .
7 pleces Sfl-lnch Blaok Imported
Rustflng> Taffeta, -haa a bcdiitiful
hutroui ..e.heetf, "warranted to wear.
Cqc. BLACK TAFFETA FOR 39c
600'yards Pure Sllk Black (wear
gimrmitced) \ Taffeta, eultoble for
?lilrt-walst eults. 1 .
Ii.oo' FANCY TAFFETA FOR 69c.
27 picccs Taffeta, all tlie newest
colors, in checks, stripes nnd minia
ture cmbroldercd dota, heavy, pure
65c: CREPES FOR 39c ? YARD. )' -
19 pieces Embroidered Oepea,
pure'aitk, ln the riew blue, gray,
whlte,, black, cream j and pink
froundV, wlth emall ?elf-colored
.gurea.-. -; ..''"'"
85c. FOUTARDS FOR 50c. YARD.
21 pleces White Ground Foulards,
wlth nll elze colored polka-dota, ele
gant pure sllk, 88c quality.
89c. WASH TAFFETAS FOR 85c
YARD. ' , .
1,000 yarda Strlned, Corded and
Plain Washnble Taffetas, in full
line of effoctive colorlngs.
ft.85 BLACK CREPE DE CHINR
rOR li.as YARD..
14 plecee Panne Finlshed "Crbw
Blaak" Ci;epe do Chine,. soft. and
clingy, for whole cbstumes,
$1.88 BLACK PF?\U DE SOIE FOR
Kid-Flnished Black Peau de Sole,
soft and lustrous, full yard wido,
guaranteed to glve eatisfaction.
$1.95 FANCY SILKS FOR 85c
'? 100 plecee Fancy Sllke, ineludlng
Taffetae; Armures -and Loulslnes,
every conceivable, color comblnatlon,
all new this eeasont;for' ehlrt-walet
85c SILKS FOR 39C. YARD.
60 pieces 25-ineh .Solld Colored
Fure Silk Habutat, overy wanted
ehade, Ineludlng cream, whlta and
75c. SILKS FOR' 49c YARD.
. 425"y'nrd? Strlpe ahd Cbeck Pur_
pilk Taffetas, ln P?jpular cpjori for
dresses.1 ' , '..}''...
88c> WHITE St&KJ} FOR 50c. ?
YARD.- .-' ?-'?^. ? ? '
11 pieces White^lVash Taffetaa,
wlth small embroide'red flgures, for
.waists. i< * ;'?;.' '' ?
lioo MOIRE SILKS FOK 50c
150 yards Whlto Orpun'd Moire,
with narrbw colored etnhrpldered'
stripes, just the proper eDk for
separate waiiste. ?
Monday's Wiiite Goods
Tell an extravagant new story. Thousands and-thous
ands of yards of the newest white fabricswiU be ready
at prices that will resemble a grab bag. Nothing hke
it has ever been done at Cohen's before. -
? The Finest Whlto Perslan La wns,
Imported ifrom France, grades that
cost 35 to 00c, thousandB of yards
to be sold; takef your plck for IOc.
Yard-Wide Mercerized Stniped
Fanoy White Shirt-Waist Madras,
highest grade, eold this aeaeon at
19c, price l<?c - _; . ' ,_
White India Linons, 25 to '45c
irrades, per yard. 12yac
? Soft-Finished. Whjte Oxforda and
Mndrns, somo in various fancy de
?igns, best-20c value. for 0%c
F&nry White Mercerized, .Shirfcv
Waist Madrn'a and Figurca Piques,
25 to 40c yalues, for l2?/_c
The Flnest Whlte MadraamAnt*
factured for 35c, satin mercerized
stripo, 'fiill yard wfde, for 17c
Bargalna in Piques/lt wonld be at
25 and 36c,. the same grades that
many houses charge 40c forj cboica
of a lot of 1,286 yards, t2y?c
6,700 yards White; Tndia 'Llhotu,
the shesrest and flnest eyer sold for.
IOcj price p?r yard, 7%a.
1,734 yardB Fine Persian Lawnaj
25 to 33c grades, for 12&C
The New Whlte Corded Duck
Suitfng, that everyl>ody eclls at
12i/,c, Monday, a yard, 6y,c,
Dress Skirts Made
To Your Own Order
Tn all the best styles, with a
hill griaran'tee to satisfuction.
Prices Sl-00 to $3.50.
A 'Special S-xlepf
French Val Lsxes.
An impbrters overstock is to
kbe ' unloadedr-buy ,your laces
now for all the summer.
Valeneiennes Lace Ribbon Bead
lngs, a dozen yards for lOo.
Tbe usual 2Sc Ribbon Beadings
?re 16c a dozen.
Valeneiennes Lace Edges ln dainty
designH. a dozon yiirds for 25c
' So.'iic "b"f .':the- wide Vnl. Inaprtions,
prioed -everywhere ut 60c u dozen,
our price per yard 3c
Tha prettlost and flnest 75c and $1
dozen Valg. aro in thls sale a dozen
Tlie flnest TTonlton and Esprlt dot
designsi inscrtions and^ edges to
mateli, a ynnl, 7c.' .
Other Val. Edges-are 15c, and 10c
dozen, ns good as you eeo usualjy at
25c nnd 35c
Others nt 00c, 73c and 08c dozen
yards, nll .havo insnrtloiis to match,
and nbout one-tbird off in price.
Wide Point de Paris Laces, Inser
tions and Eklgea, 17c. to 20c,vaiue?,
per yard, 10c. ... . . i
The usual 10c ahdU2^c. best stytet
Poi'nt da Parls and Duchesa Lacea,
are 5c . _ . ,
Wide Black Silk Lace Galoons ln
the medallinn nnd serpentlne designa,
12u,c.to 25c ones, a yard,.8c
"' Renl Gltiny'. aiid Antique Lnces, *
number bf new ones,: wide Btrni/jht
Insertlnns 25c yard and up to $2.50.
Venhse Liwe Ooloons in the me
dnllon* and motifs or the straight
insmtions, white,..ocro and .Arab,
speclnl values n ynrd' 10c and 25c
Several hundred pleces Cambrie
Embrolderiea, , wide showy dealgna
por yard, 6c ...
8c, 10c and 12V,c Embroidery In
^scrtions nnd RibtWn Beadlngs, per
Wide Embroidery Skirtings, showy
open doBignfl for 12%C-'.'
The flnest, dnintieat; Swlss and
Wf??h Chiffon EmhrolderioB, usual
cost 35c to 60c;"por'yard 19c. arid
? V- - '-:-:-:-' ??
Tho best and most ira
proved,' with latest attaoli
ment-s. $60.00 ones for
$27.50; $45,00 . ones for
$22!50; some only $12.50, and
many. pthers--all warranted
for three yeara.
Fancy Blngo Mnfllngs, 20& grade
for 14c. a yard
Fancy China Mattlng for 8c a
Jointless China Mattlngs for 10c
Heavy Jnintless Mattlng for 16c
Close Woven China Matting, red,
groen and blue checks, 20o.
? Largo or Small Cbeeka, best China
Mnttings, 25e. nnd 30c
Mattlng Ru_?, 1x3 yards, 75c
Ha./ frlade a Stir. /The Sav^g ?o* the Newest.
Best, ivnd Finest Goods u From 5 to 20c, on the
Llnen' -Worp Mattirtgi, carpet ?*
fects, 18e.o a yard. ^
Choice Dnmask Pattem Llnen
Wnrp Mattings, 25c, 30c, and 36c
Grass Mattings, all colors, 40c a
Figurod. Gross Mattings, carpet ??
fects, IriC a ynrd.
Diversions of the Smart Set
The "Bpeetacle r?r?ntly presefltcd at a
yrfvete club et Westbqry," U I-. ln a
puirillstlo contem b*twoen the reprefwnt
ailvob of tbe Bosion unj the New yor|(
smbl't ??' wa8 most olsuraeeful. If Ihe
r*liort? of th? affalr can be rtllud upon.
U BeemB ihijl for the wnnt of nomeihlnjj
rnor* edlfyinu wtth whlch to employ ihu
Bvparftuou* tlm* ft ih**e tsfentlemon of
Itlsure, they **?*? cho** thelr champlons
biid arranifed for tbn emitMt, londlnt; ln
wlvaneo to ihe n?ld tn?ir r*sp*p'lve fa
vorUai B?a *bBlr coniliment of tmlners.
tlm.v? end auenrtani*. '??.?';
Th* N*w York managera met thelr flos
tcn rueutB and eoitwtalned them ai nn
eUborat* dlnner nt the Waldorf-Asinrla,
?t Which dlnner r.ha wlnes were ot \ho
Utt and wer* In abundftnce. After feust
1p2 and drlnWng- umll they were lo a
w'rry wood. they (/r-.^edwl to take tha
traln to Westbury. ?h?ro the real enier
talnwept, was to take place.
~rhtj' were al! ?n evenlng drass and would
jvtve baan mortoily otfecdtd UU a#y oa*
adOressed them as lf Ihoy wore othar than
_?ntlenien. all belns promlnent In soclety,
polltlcB or In thtj buflneas world. yat many
nf thom are nutte t'amlllnr wlth pugtllStB
and tlio tavorltus of that class.
A erBrtfilo dfescrlpllon ot the cluu-house
anrt tho largo room where the ring was
made was glven ln tha press, aa altio the
ils-lalls of lhe ftfteen roundsi of brutal
punchlng and poundlng, oy whlch the
faee? of the comhotante woro dUflguied
almost bayound racojrnltlon. thetr brutAl
Mood (lvlng ln every dlrectlon. beepauer
Ing, It tfl oald. th* shlrt tronts of eome of
the more entliuslastlo spectnturs, who
were tno near the rlng.
Among tho more anthuataBtlo-of these
were mombors of th? Buprune -ourt^of
Iwo Slatoa of tho Unlon.
Comment li unneceauary, whon one con
template* the strlousness ot thelr ralllng.
II w llttle wondi-r that prntesslonal thugu,
j;?.mblcr? and prUo flghters liecmrie law
brtaltoiM. when the Justlcos of suoh hlgh
':ou<|a condoscend to lend tholr pronvnce
to leucb brutui auitceu, By w_u t authar
By MRSr-JOJIN A. LOQAN
Ity are they allowod to Riwa eucn exni
bltlons. gotten up for the atousement and
cdlflc.tlon of soclety geiulehien, lf prUe
flghta are unlawfulT \
How ls tt that Judges ofjtho Supreme
Court can countenanea cvon as guests
what thoy Knojv to be unlawtul? One
would 'hardly lIHe to rlsU ,?n Imponant
cflse tn the hands of a Judge, w'ho has nar
tlcipttud In the usual demoiifetiatlnna fol?
lowlng a bout of thls chaiinctcr.
New Yorh and Massaehusetu, w|th tne
splsndld record of ftble Jwrlsts to their
crftdlt, must f?el ashame^ of mon who
would thus dlegvaco ihefnelves. There
waa a tlme ln *bls 'qountry whon the
courts, pt least. were Ahove reproach.
and one would thtnh l?*t wlth tlvs ad
vancemant of tho *?????] thor* would ht
prlde onough um,on? tM J??r|3u tc Ur.op
them from brlnglnjr ehUme upon thelr
poslttpns and from coiwpromlslne them
salvsA. ? )
It U W t* fOfHOA, thnt tbe lelaurt
d?BB flnd bo much pleasure ln Indulgtng
ln dleslpaiion of the werst form. Men
and women have predllectlons that are
meomproheiiMble. They have becomo
sutlatad wlth nll Ugltlmate amusements,
and seom to enjoy only-tho Habooodj dl
ver?loi\?. Why men, oalllng thernBOives
6entlemun. ran cnjoy seelng other men
enlor a rlug and punch and pound each
other untll they aro ln no senee the
Inwge of the great Croator, ln whoae
Hkaness thoy are supposod to have beer.
made, la beyond one's comprehanstori.
It Is b? barharou* and cruel that one feeU
thnt all of the savagery has pot been
ollrnlnated from the raoe that la called
elvUlzed. ' i
Wo road wlth horror of the Romans
l'urnii-hliiB amunoniepts for the peopl* by
KladlBtoi'lal untertalnments, and of the
shamel*^ bull fltfbtB' of Spaln and of
other Bpanliih enuntrles. We know thal
the effect in>cm tho peoplo, wha are par
mltted to ladulge )n such thlngs. haa
b*?n very demorallalng. but pot more 80
to cultivated mlnda thfta la . w*r, bssjletf
A re Masterof VourDestiny.
? <?.""mETHEK we dla at a speclflea
W| tlmp and ln a certoln manner
.. ?-J ls not a questlon of greut im'
IIlP] port. Peath ls only an Incldent
** ?11--F ,_ our axlstenca.
It |* another btrth. to bo foljowed by
other doaths and other birtns.
Wo always have heeu. and always will
bTh? Important thinar ls to make thls llfe
^ftSnei the others will be *tt*nded
Vo'm'aUe'.^what the majority oliwr
acqualnUneee may thWllJ*f,on1 l*0A^n'
joct. you can diroct ypu ?fo ?P or "own,
physlenlly. meutally and tnoraliy. as well
aa rinanclally, aa you ch?o*e tp do.
All thls wll) be more dMcult for you.
perhapa, than for some otber, Or lt mv
ba easter. acroratlne to your cnvlronmont
und your inhoriMnce and your former
.wduct ln othor Jlves. lf. you .?ame 'n?o
the world wlth weafc lunps and eonnulo
bloqd lt wil) require more effort for you
>& boom robuet W* ** $ota* w?U
born vlrlle chlld who has only to breathe
and frollo to keep ln healUi, B?t y"H
oan do It, lf you wlll practlce.dcop.hri'Htb-,
iner, and learn what net to cat and drlnk,
and Inslst upon your rlght to all the
health' and vlgor of tho unfvorse.
.Thoro la no evll power, no evll Inhartt
ance, 110 oruel onvlronment, whlch can,
hlnder or circurhvent aetrong and-de?
termlned sotil, seeklng for health, use
fulness, truth and sucoesB. '
Keop lhat fact wel) ln rolnd, and llve
to It, no matter what-the whela world
may pay to tho oontrary.
Fear nothing. You are a part ot tne
Bpleiidld unlyerso, and you nre here to
tret the best out of thls phaso of llfe.
and lo make tha world a botter^placo for
pthera to llve In. ' , , .
Be well' and sfrong, beoauaa sioknpss
ls dlsaaTeeable for yourself and to. othera.
I repeat, health ls tho stmpleat ,t"Sng ln
llfe. If you breathe. eat and t))!rik prop?
erty. U requlrea no ald of any one. lf
you will bo'Cttlthful ln those three thlngs.
Be Industrtous. ^ l "
Xou wera put oa awth to do your ehaira
Etla Wheeler Wilcox
ol work, and idioncss ia a cin. Do somo.
thlng. even lt you cannot at once do tho
work you prefer; and all tho tlme assart
that your rlght'employment ls coio'ng to
you. ' It will come. ' . ? \' ,
Be liajipy, Lpok rojr soraothlng to he
thankful and glad ovor each day and
you wilj flnd lt. Copslder each dl3a,r>
pointment and trouble as 30 mufb exr?e
rlenco, and as a temporary lesson set (of
you to learn.
When It seema lnsupportahle, as theal)
thlngs do at llrsti go a'lono by yourseljr
and slt down and tako a fow deep Inha
latlona nnd say, "I am breathhig ln tha .
ben.efU and strength and wlsdoin whlch
thla experionoe was meant to pestow
upon me." After flve mln'utea ot thla
thnughj and practlce^ you wlll go fo>W
wlth .calmnoss nnd new strength (so faci
the .world. Cnst out every bltter and,
rcrentful thmight. rfolhlng of anyvrprth
can be aoble'ved by you ln' any, Une wh Iw
your vltal, forc.es are yUU^d- by ttMBft \
revepgo or batreO, ? JfiyT