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50c Sheet Music 17c /^ . jr, \j^ \ Hair Dressing Parlors i
"Whfn Sunset Turn* the Ocean Blue to Oold," by PetrUi ££/v°'<'t\? jJW?.^ i % '^ff/9 H T^ v» II * If f ■ r • \\ *■♦ ' Our n * w halr Arf ** lri X parlor* n.r« flttpd very completely !
Kenry; lute compositions published to sell at 600. Mon- j>X /f^T: I l\j4fc>^|| f¥ AAjljLmL/kJW bWi* /LI V|V f | VVfrj ''A^/i/yA/w'^V'' ' a * pPclftlty of the Mnrc «' wftve ! fll "° medlcntM shampoo V
Best Strings at Best Prices i/ \ y^^^j^JS^^^ >./-«. /ijOl» 1 **"r > "" Vi>v ' :;::^^wSv^ : par * d t0 ** ecute " p * clal order " for wlM ' toupMi * nd i
Violin, guitar and mandolin strings of th. r.ry best ! •'* <S^ J I^ WlBlWari OOV-. TGTVnUntr tf y t**flPggsypg« JSSQ/S^aiTQK^ -^T4^ ! twltohs* Mall orders solicited and promptly executed, j
makes at lowest prices. Muslo department, third floor. ! . . ' */u£%t | Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. ;
10,000 Samples of Undermuslins ' 300 Dozen Men's Shirts
Worthy Merchandise at 1-3 to 1-2 Off ' '.. , Jw&sk-- - f '-^ Golf Styles OC
Every Piece Perfect ana Plenty of bach Rind fv^^W^^'^^ x^Bii''-'^ i ' -;,*".-< -Bw*rSu3P ! nnd Work Shirts O^^L rr^w -H . >
1 WPjr^ilnßWWtyrt: ~^&tL WJWM^ym ' ' ' ' „ ■ , ' * * ' ' ' ' ' ffM Wk T^\km^a^^^' ' U^^F I^\SlV UHU *W\r A Aft ** AAA A I J * s^*^\. L«^n7 Il - C ■ '^TTH." >Jl* • ■'I '
A practically unlimited outlet for women's undermusllns affords us decidedly unusual facilities for buying. /jfl TffifflSßx\X ' IHHI^H l»l%S!?5^!^^«»L(w s^» ' ' vJ^Rr^fxt^ : il' ff-^^^y '
representative makers with lots too large for the ordinary retail establishment .to swing approaoh us /,/^ J^^^yN^vN ' 50C and 75C VftlllCS Vr^mVOtStfi' ' ' |v^^7
with tnclr merchandise and In some Instances practically allow vi to name tho price. Buoh a condition Kfg^'f/gffiT^^ I \P AWJL' '•\V : f : : & ' : $'•>'•' 'FJffif
, prevailed when this lot of merchandise wa. purchased. Ten thousand sample garment, from on. of th. WM^^|H^^m||P^ I \ x lot ot m do.en men's shirts, golf shirts of madras % W/lwi fP&Mw '
U; \bcst known makers, embodying the best effort, of a thoroughly modern manufacturing organisation. Borne |jn|UH^K^^SilQHranh{lV 4 ; cloth and percale; neat patterns in both dark and light \V»' W rT-V//:'.'/ \
*'\mi "'itVr'iSc^n'^le^ar.^ °" " ° n8 " T — . Uat ! \tSßy'^^9^AlTr*f^^aW^^^owri^ ' ° Ol °"' > """^ ° P d ° taChcd CUft9: aIS ° W ° Fk BhlrtS ° f 11111^7 '
•«» ' f W\ \t,l 3ljS-If **Jjfl fr l' - tifl EuOT^Hy BSw^iS^wtW iW all slies In both lines; excellent 600 and TBo values. Choloe, uAuV^'-'W'W
Corset Covers Women s Drawers ■' Mon<lay ' 36c - \W**W
AtHalfandLeii Less Than Wholesale Price 3000 Dozen Mdls HandKercWefs £^ £0, i
Corset covers In the newer styles, round. V and Drawers or fine cambric and n»ln«ook; both open and MTrtl^^^^m^^^Mf all ' iVljffi^f) AW\ Actually Worth From 10c tO 15c • •U' \* * '
■nuare necks- the lowest priced garments are un- closed style.; generously cut; strongly and neatly Mi iU \\ WHiiill^WK fflVill"«mi\U\O@L J nuiuiuuuimi *+~ ,
square necks, the lowest priced garment, are un trlmmlnsB cong|itent wlth tne prlce; mogt of ./. /g 1 ,7 /II \\i\mlmWlSfflmU* "fflli^^W*" iAn immense lot of men's fine lawn handkerchiefs; hemstitched borders of from Hto 1H
trimmed, the medium grade moderately trimmed them have wlde flounces , c i u .ter. of tucks and em- iMj'll 111 lU II iJHBmWABN&^^^&TTTXr®^ ', Inches In width; some with colored printed borders and some few Japonette handkerchiefs; /
with embroideries and laces and the better garments brolderles'of various style, and grades; also rich and /JSi' II j» j'' 1 1 ÜBHhBswOTIV \- I —~^tL. none °* them wortn IeBS than 10 ° each and many worth 16c. Monday, 60 each. ;
profusely trimmed with beautiful embroideries and dainty lace, used with good Judgment and rare taste; f U}\ 11-li I Ul\ W^n^mjP^^A\^KjfW^ii7t\Vi. £/&£&&. 1? ¥ U A Is"I s " '
rich lace, of various kinds; full blouse and tight-. .^ .K^^^^'UiXKe^M MLI 4 'JjIjSmWXSS^^ Nil '' fo>Sk 1? OUr-In-Hand IWS flQ^ ]|
fitting styles; plenty of each line to begin with, but a , follows: •:T*v »' .. ■ '/£ tvrsFl?! ?sK^^t \v\ ' Jl *h&?T4 25c And 50c ValtlCS XL J\s
1 Xor this sale as follows: 25c Drawers for 15C W^^^Wa¥^Mk^^^t^M^i/vf I KwllffiifiPlMl \\ \« ' ' N^^i 125 doZen mens four - |n - han d ties from the Altman Neck-
I' •' 15C Corset Covers for 5C , 39C Drawers for 25C ' I X*W& IMI % « '< 7»^?^^«^ Ine grade silks; reversible four-in-hands in
'[ 59c Corset Covers for 35c 59c Drawers for 45c Pfl Ml tL /S (f^^^Sßll^llffl^^^^ t0 Sale P ' lce ' 19 ° each>
'' $1.98 Corset Covers for 75c $1.75 Drawers for 75c ■•;■.. ' mm " f l^^ ye^^^3aj' tfFflni' tfaa^wi^^^ ; T^j M MffMffl rieil S OeilS | A&^
Underpriced Petticoats Gowns for Less : . Women's Aprons / : SRirt. Chemise : i; ■:| ' WM^
Women's petticoats of fine cambric, even the "Women's gowns of fine cambric, longcloth . Several hundred doien good gingham aprons Women's skirt chemise of nainsook, cambric | . ;, Ps^W'^iw^ 'nickel buckles; sizes SO to 40; belts worth Me. Monday,
. ; lowest priced garments In this lot are well and nainsook; many French- styles among - JSo^kubbard^ .'■ ' '''%'■ *W **<>*. »«• <-• .' • ■
P and tastefully made, properly proportioned, them; high, square and V-shaped necks; cut fl n i B hed; some of the .'lots are .limited, -so .-- roffle.at; bottom;; trimmed with clusters of '■ -L ' : '' «. m W r» #• >■' ■ ■ '
and not skimped; most of them have deep ' wide and long; prettily trimmed in fine em- ■ yO u'd ' better respond promptly; prices are tucks ant edging of lace; round and square ! M an * c CO f%{\ r?AfC *ftl X*? f^**^**— -
flounces and dust ruffles; trimmings of epen broidery, torchon, point d' esprlte or valen- very reasonable and these goods will sell yokes trimmed with pretty embroideries or !' ! 1 *Cil 3 *p&»J\J WlluW IJICII3 *\tl»£m*S . K^gZE'-'-; ]
and^^'^ed^S:^" did" thY wor^ .•%££»&£ 2T&SS — SoST SiFKV ..' . i^JtSXSLSE^ fT ! ! " -^ -^"-- " " <Sgfe
».48 PETTICOATS FOR BBc 180 OOWNB FOR 49c . 18c APRONS FOR 12Hc Com'^Ttort^ \ eluded; all sizes; actually J2.80 values. Monday, each. J1.25.
J2.25 PETTICOATS FOR $1.25 $1.48 GOWNS FOR ' 750 260 APRONS FOR 15c ' < , . */■ V^^il** P__. Qfl r |" «lP'visS/
$4.98 PETTICOATS FOR $1.98 , >*'- $I'9B QOWNB FOR '-O 890 APRONS FOR 260 ■ "' > $I.SB : CHEMISE FOR »8c \ \ 4DC 1 CiClll isC&pS OVC l "''
$7.98 PETTICOATS FOR $2.98 ,' $3.98 GOWNS FOR $1.48 490 APRONS FOR 85c ..... $2.25 CHEMISE FOR $1.25 ? | Men's yacht caps, made from crash or duck; some with yen- J^&S&J
• ... ««t » «» ' ' ' '•' V -' i 1i 1 ' tilated tops; white, tan or gray; all sizes; worth 75c. Mon- TvTteiir^lF ' ' /'
Women's Fine White Aprons && n P l p^ mas $1.48 ""child's $2.00 Sailors 73c
- Pretty white aprons for women, made from India linon, organdie and other fine white materials: trimmings of hem- ■ . v . ■ , - . ■ 5 ' "T, ... ,.
. stitched tucks. Valenciennes lace, fancy beading and ribbons; round and square shapes; some trimmed with pretty em- An odd lot of women's pajamas; both white and colors;! 1 , Children's straw sailors; plain or mixed colors; excellent i VxWfißsiK^
broideries. Prices about half the values. ■ • • , . ..■••■ made from English oxfords, mercerized linens and Scotch i! braids; newest shapes with long silk streamers; sizes and X"* > 1
WOMEN'S 75c WHITE APRONS 85c WOMEN'S $1.25 WHITE APRONS 590 ' madras cloths ; trimmed with .b raid and set Off with good S;. . »tyl c " '»' both boys and girls; $2.00 values. Monday, each,. 7Bc. : V . *
WOMEN'S 980 WHITE APRONS (Sc ' , • WOMEN'S $1.50 WHITE APRONS 750 ... ..' ■■ Pearl, buttons;, neat. ..attractive styles; properly cut and ,' . Children's straw sailors; rough Jumbo braids; wide or narrow *• - ,* ■: , v
' . -. : . ■ . , . , ; ... . , • carefully finished; splendid values up to $4.98. Come early < i brims; wide silk, streamers; plenty of sizes; on. ■ ; jg*- ' v - '^i>i
I A Big Lot of Women's 50c White Aprons tor 25c ; and get first pick. "■ Sale price, the suit,' $1.48. " 5 ■ |'$1.00 values. Monday, each...:. OVC - , ! :'•
A rure r ood Grocery Uepartment >Vul §bppn Be Opened The Broadway Department store
i:. : :....;' .. . Watch for Interesting Announcement in Next Sunday's Papers ' ' , : ""•;..;.•:" . '"
$1.98 Colored Bed Spreads t;^^^^ Solid Oak Dressers and Chiffoniers f^
A g*| I^^^^MBh' '• •' '■' At^^ One ' third Less Than Tlieir Worth— Sale Begins Monday J| |
wIoHE X M ■ " A Carload of Furniture to Be Forced Out Immediately M IV
Full size Dresden spreads, satin finish; hemmed ends; pink, red and blue; fast ■ ; $9.00 .Chiffonier $6.48 [~ ■ W « „ j $10.50 OaK DreSSCX*S $7.45 MltaSSsJ I^. .
colors; excellent values at $1.98. Monday, on the third floor, $1.49. ; • \s&Wjgf&BmmVm Solid oak chiffonier with live drawers; WOt flOliey iLnOUgll . Solid oak dressers, substantially made M^i^^^^^l^S
A •.'■'—.-. mm m «■« . .. fej^SSf^JSSwl well made and nicely finished; Just _. . _ . ..„.. M uu *v. , nr .i and .well finished; exact illustration „^ffiJMfcllg»§*asiffill2».
A 20C HUCK TOWeIS 15C : B^^^^^iH .»**»»M»«**"°»-°".»»™--**n*T , urn ,tuThou.. to wnlchthli lcarlUS °n the right; bevel French mirror, ■QSg|EiS^g ,
ww ww v »» w MjgjijggWHSgßnWßl and ■ornamentals adds greatly to .the of chiffoniers and dressers was size 15x25 Inches; top of dresser, 21x38 ■^^^^^^^^^Slf
: irtWBWB3«/\Ml' AU-llnen huck towels B orne plain white others with red ; t^^^^S^flH appearance of any room; very useful .hipped. They were purchased on a inches; most of the furniture stores I^S^^^^^^l*
fMf|5Nv7\VV borders; size 18i36 Inches; good weight, soft and absorbent; m^Tllfi'' E gWF^^l Piece of furniture, such as is priced cash basis, to be paid for on arrival. would ask $12.60 for as good a piece B^^^^ppß&j
■ •1"/PP4^ ! \ regularly worth 20c. Monday, each. 15c. BJ3^^S£22£i^fH In the exclu.lve stores at $9.00; size of When .the. shipment arrived In Los c^lfnt^aiues TtSlOM^On sale m MoS" B^^^^^^^SBsl
• L^^wSSr Bath towel8 ' blm 20x44; with fringed ends; either cream or Q ** aq !^l* top 20x34 Inches. Sale prlcei $6.48. >■■ 'Angeles the 'purchaser was short of day at J748 " E*«S»W~si^isSs!E£s£HM
% A~A!mM\ \\ jyfS~rTts white; with narrow red stripe; extra values for Off r " «pO«^O y .... ,■-, ■;.■. ■ ,, L •. •;. funds.. The consignors, through their . ' • raS^tfcri^ffi^l^aEllljHC
110 """':,: —••■;•"■■■■•■•■" -°« . $,6.00 OaK Dresser $11.98 Xi^Sl'S^ !Z k S.I°'JJZ $17.50 Chiffoniers $11.98
ffmtibr* Wash Clothes 2c ; ?.r±Ss!^!SE!t KKSK'Sr^ f£ n ¥SL^3S? f^^^^l
> '■"•'if^^lli TurklBh wash clothB ' "-I^l »» wound; «ood slse for or- : &" ■ lower nhlßtratlon on the left; extra c-ivealeon our third floor Monday iUBi U8t ratlon on tho right shows this' B H ' ;
■ ■ SH.HSSIaAJiW' dinary use. Monday, on the third floor, Jo. , j H H' large French plate bevel mirror; siie ' momlnfl. ; piece of furniture; the Blass is 18x24 -, w :. $748* V ' '•" ■
, _ _ _ _^ .• _ __ i aij ' nj| ««.9A 1..V... tn'.*>i# jim«u ...... ' ' lnohes;:top of chiffonier 20x34. Tou'd - • ; .:
111 Tallin T)Afnack f\f\r ' m VU I ? ei> tOp , Ot \??" er me " ure » ■• ljri _ rj _ | , ..„■■_,-■ , llkelypay $20.00 in the furniture stores . jfa. - ;
<Pl»ll/ IdIUC JLlainaaii JD\* < EJn l|] 22x40 Inches; a splendid piece of furnl- •• sfZ ISOiilp T^»O^. for the same article; we consider them n* s^^.
Extra heaivy Scotch table, damask; pure white; warranted all linen; «8 Inches ' Iffl'.'^ ,Ml ture which will last a life time; you [..ft " -|V good values at $17.50. Sale price, $11.98. i " V
wide; beautiful patterns; worth $1.10. Monday, on the third floor, (860 a yard. Mi ' [Hi can't duplicate . this : dresser . under ■ II .• •• • l?l!'»««iilj ¥ ' D^J "«l '»■
Napkin, to match above damask; 24 inches square. Sale price, th. do.en. •« 9 fi : J( i&i; — :^^ P6.00. Bale price. 11l 98, , .; .:.[: ' ■ Unamelett IrOll .. If 60S ■ . ]j „ \t „• j
$2.98; same napkins, 20 Inches square, the dozen ; tyL.LO ■ • . ... , *o -'«'■'«»• '" • '■»'- * «• «. "' il *Jl '■' " ' ■■ : filf Prirot ' ''a\ "■ ' ':»' • i : l
/»^^^Pv $2.48 BlanKets $1.98 . isuaamCu/ xvi rnces if l_^J w
90c Table DamasK 78c : I^^^^^^^ 0^: dB co^ Bn;T.besfbak^8 n ;T.besfbak^o 8 n «^^^^ ;
cream table damask, all linen; g ood wei.ht; . inches wide; .ood ran.c of pat- I 1 S SBRi Ti° J* I^^^» i
terns; excellent grade for hotels and restaurants; regrular 900 value. ■ Monday, the t^^S^aJtoj%^ T tSsl«''l $1,93. ■ ',• '. EtfsS i^ "~~" """" "^ * 3 - 00> Monday . on the third f100r... Jp/.^O '; *?}ffi"Mw>yWjl Jjb
"" "* $2 50 Table Sets $2 19 FPW^ii\ $L 25 Comforts 98c ; l§iP *=£ S k »-? '-? '™",?. cd l!!;*t ro ,, Ml
„,,., S'fc^V Idliie %Jt:l3 «P^.lV ffISSS §iSMpra£f Xl ■ Oood-sllUollne comforts. filled with- W IJT ""^ 50 designs: large ltf-lnch posts with half-Inch I )^/MWJ^O (fl ' ■
Fringed table sets, 8-4 size, of German linen: all white or white with red border; ' lvS(^stj|^^^^lfe^fe^lJK| soft white cotton; closely tufted;. W L^J^ .L \\ 3UL.L' rilling; beds standing G3 inches high; finished 0 ijf-wa i^J^T¥t, \:A ■
"set. consists of table cloth and do«n napkins to match; excellent value at $2.60. ' \ K^^^^^^^S^m »Plendld value at $1.25. Monday, on W_ f" I ,»"-<P>-'< r'^^vftlnpl 8 »f ifff* "snrrknv'Tred ? fe^t^KK { '
" Monday, the set, $2.19. , . ! the third floor. - 980. ■■ - •.. | g.."." "-' U ' " " » lIJI^ for MoSda?. 1148. Specially priced jS^^^p}^] :
~ ■■■■■■ .. . V. ■ .rr^r^^^ I f|B $14.98 Tapestry Brussels Rugs $10.48 $3.50 Oriental Axminster Rugs $2.48 '|^Hi||> : ;
.!' . * v rt 4-» frf %r- '< <11 OR I? ' Tapestry Brussels ruga, size 9xlo-6; pretty oriental patterns; A * m instcr rugs, in rich oriental designs; beautiful colors; ''
f\ Ansco No. 2 Camera $6.15 : ILVO '"^ •■■■'»*.*«.!• w .ii>^^^^ >TS?Sf!l1i:l :: i
!| Ansco camera No. 2, for 3^x4% films; box covered with seal grain leather; all ! j!. :: and rUK » W^?^ h »^ W -.^ On<lliy ' floor ' «"^ »«-' ' . ■*. f 11 '™ •■«..:; I
|:t™rtViprdVckts\ p on^ d f^^^^ : : $2.00 Nottingham Lace Curtaiii* $1.48 ;/ , $2.48 Arabian tace Curtains $1.85 ; $3.98 Arabian Lace Curtains $2.98
11.1 1. focus; good for either time or Instantaneous exposure; list price $6.60. Monday, on ! Fine white Nottingham lace curtains,' In dajhty, patterns; ■.Arabian lace curtains, plain centers with Grecian floral borders; Arabian lace curtains, good quality net with heavily corded de- r}
(i( i the third floor, $0.16. ,gQ j ncneg w ide and 8 yards long; pretty enough for parlor,- all new 'patterns; full •• size curtains that are really worth signs; plain centers and rich borders; new patterns; curtain 64 '\ '■}'.
1 Cnt Priroc mi All ramaiu Cnnnllu ]■ curtains;- excellent value at • $2.00. Monday, -: the • pair, . $2.48. Specially , priced for ' Monday, on the third floof. Inches wide and 3to 8M yards long; worth $3.98. Monday, the v:
(i( i vui rrices un ah uuineru ouppiies ?$i 48 ■ ■ .- W' Bs - ' ■ i • '. " . . na i r «•><« ' '
tiijijmr»-jui-vuvu.jTj-rLnjui.-.-j.-L-.-.r..... -■uT.--q.-uT.-.i-.r..- .n.-u-LTLnjJLrT--uTji-i-uTjj-»-.-..-ii - - - - ,- -. -,' -, -n-Li.r.r l iul.iuVL-ii".'''i 'i'- ,-,.-,_-.-. - .-..i-. -.-.'-_- _i-^ n ,-,,-,_. ,_,,, -„■,,,,,_ „'' f i_-u-i_qjui.-' ' -'-''- I '---,',■, ,-, ,-,,-. ,^.n.ru-i.n_- u-i.u -i.- jin Ji.-un--L-i.rxn. n.n'n n'-u- -l. -v- ---i--Ln -_-v-! *
. ■^^,_U r | 25c Lace 10c Yard! i Fine Silk Riblronsa^^^
WMM. =r,rf r r^M es©^ „SSl^-i JS™" '' B»n,BB »n, Br rf own "' I■■-"•I ■■-"•- '— ■■ >■- r — il
MWr widths up to 6 Inches; values up to ; ( \^XrSttP*7\ ribbons; striped, dotted and pretty is-",- >*. _,-. I MjaWtbT ! JjlSter S btOCHinSS Bo«e». "Buster Brown" NfppV
ffis2WfsH-l*3« £■ 280 - Monday, the yard, 100. I (IS TKT CS9 14 ured •««««»: also pillow rufflln* In BjX /t^M™^ 1 " iJ^JItS, «. «i . «, «- n , Drawinrf Boolis .„ „ A * Ute
WWfflßWa . „ « , !/^ c Hi/j " haded p- ttern »: wldth » u p t0 • «"<="•«; , HVvwVl^W^^ Prices Always the Same— 2sc a Pair
\\"jffSaP(iS9-. 10c I are 2c Yard ! J //ffiG F TO9 7 all-silk ilbbons worth up to 171/ « ; ; HVvSJIA fcHtrf|WA»wn^ *
Ar*s£J>wJ?hfflmji *•«»•«? *»- »t»iu ( /« mm *. BftßJ 49c. Bale prlca, the yard »*73*' & \V^T 1 8J 5?i2l 51 E CC * 1 * Buster Brown stockings are guaranteed to give satisfaction. A new pair will bo Kivfn In exchange for
„,; Fy'i^iC^MSs^SfjH wash lace s-alloons, in white, black, ,[ Umm PS WJfl 3 _ n _ . n .ii tn ' » /liUl every pair returned that does not give satisfactory wear; they urt) absolutely fast black, Btalnk-ua and
f yL^C^fS^Jg/ A\ cream and ecru; good variety of pat- '> 1 I E&2 P* PTOI J OVC batlQ KIDDOnS IUC ' / /WwlPfl ' f adele »»: tn «y fl t well and wear well; there's a coupon on every pulr of stockings which If you uiive
J^rriW /M& /Q1 terns and widths; values up to 10c. ' '11 Sja 'fMfiS )) Satin taffeta ribbons, widths. No.. 80, 80 . jfUJJIa 1 ""^ t0 " OW lngtruotluni wIU bri " B you a » ur l >rlBe - ■■ BSflffiNHlPtti I
;^2/'|r Monday, the yard. 2c. |; ' "otr^Vibbon; actutify" w'rth^Bau ! >CX OS» : Paint Boxes and Drawing BooKs Pair of "Buster Brown" StocKings Free
■ S IKf ITtnl>«nliluiiUa IC*. ' S pricf, IUo a yard. JtfH \^ Ml A "Uuster Urowti" pulnt box, and a '.'Buster v\'o urn authorized by tho manufacturer v to ulve
°" ODL CUlUrUlUcrieS 13C , - B fl \ ■ Urown" drawing book with outline sketchus of th« with evtry purvhuHti of four paliu of "UuKler
i 6WX) yard* of choice embroidery, both edgt>i» and in»ertlons; also' 1 lOr <kHK Tnffpta Rihlinn* Kf ' '""J \jMP"9^fßkSw famous artist VOutcault," who originated tha Urown" stockinga one pair of stockiiiKS frct>. 'Jhls
beadinif for ™.n -wer*- width. u>» to 12 liioh^B- „, i i i 3HU. I UIIBIO HIDDOnS OC , *■* PL-^^B***^ "Uuster Urown" drawings, will bo given with moat llberul olfer is for v limited upae*. of time
beading, for jorset covers, widths up to » Inchw. exoellent vmlues (| All-silk taffeta ribbons. No. •♦ widths: black, white and wanted 001- ' tj W. ' ■>*fiar *m •*> ' every pair, of »"Bust«r Brown" .tocklngi purohatied only, aa you'd best respond promptly If you w}sh .
up to JBo. Monday, the yard. X6e. |, ; 01 -s; excellent value at 10c. ,' Bale price," the yard. 80/ ,, -. :\\ ■},• .', - during, this sale, to take advantage of this conces»ton.
LCI ANOELEB HERALD i SUNDAY MORMINO, JULY 30, 1905.

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