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TJTE AKCUS, WEDNESDAY, MAY" 12, 1909.
Double Trading Stamps Every Morning
To encourage shopping .
in the forenoon, the New
Store will 'give 'Double
Trading Stamps every
day in May to 12:00
Railroad Fare Free to Out-of-Town People
- Another more on 0prt la
the Interest of those Urliif t
. - " "" -"' " - .
of town. - We inaugurate the
pajlng of railroad fare in A
radios of fifty miles of Bock Is-
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land, on purchase of 125 or
more.' fc fcuiafciaU'
. Through the great commercial arteries of the world this store has brougiit the world's new things, the world's good things, the world's
cash sold things to make this May Festival Sale the best, biggest and most interesting month event in years.
,The store windows are beautiful with an Italian Garden,with Azaleas and the greenery of summer superb setting for the special
displays of new things from every part of the world. ; -
Some marvelous trade events have happenedjn 'time to be billed for May Festival Month and as the days go on other plans will
mature and sales, one following swiftly upon another, will crowd the May Month full of interest for you, for us, for everybody.
Brieily, these are our plans for the MayFestlval Sale. Briefly, this announcement and those, which will follow from day to day will
tell the story of the great attractions for-each day of this month of Exposition and of Sales of Summer Merchandise.
WHITE "UNDERmSsOnS, LINGERIE AND KINDRED GARMENTS
It will bo hard to curb yo:ir desires to buy inoro than you have use for
when you seo garments like l!?ese pricgef so attractively.' '
Fluffy White Petticoats,
$1.C0 to $12.50...--'
Cambric or .Nainsook Ky-(!pt-"'Emhroidery,
w ith deep fiou.H c h if ppilvrriiopry, ?Iso st vornl
styles of flounces In Tn-e insertions aiul edg
es, dust rufflebuttanhole gcullop.
Drawers, 50c75c $1.00 to $1.50
Cambric and iinmnooic. trimmed with depp
ruffle of .tnibjyJcry, some with hue and in
sertion. Vva fie ty of stylus extremely low
priced, at"'f,c and 75c.
"" Vassar Star Brand Drawers,
$1.25 to $3.50
Made, of Nainsook, soli! by waist measure,
button in hark. no-fullneptt in waist, no draw
string, but marie to fit perfectly.
French Chemise, $1.35 to $1.50
Daintily n:adn of French Nainsook, with at
tractive trinitnit'K In lace and embroider;': the
short chemise ivnrn under the (orset daintily
trlmniv'l v with Irt.ii. an! , xibin. exquisite for
the bride's trotissriru.'
Cambric Skirts, $1.50 to $3.00 ,
Dainty styles triinm"d with rinhroirici y very
full, to meet the demands of stout figures.
Extra Size Gowns, $1.00 to $2.50
In soft cambric and nainsook, trimmed with
embroidery and !a e, hiuii urck and Ion;;
sleeves slip over styles with short sleeves,
Extra Size Drawers, 50c, to $1.50
f'lain and trimmed, wide and plenty of full
ness for the real laige woman, T0c.
Chemise, $1.00 to $3.00
P.hort and Ions skirt length chemise, with
Princess back and 0'" front, trimmed with
lare embroidery and ribbon; special $1.00.
Corset Covers ,25c, 50c, 75c,
up to $2.75
Po many pretty styles that we can only
tell you of part of the ni; a plain style of cam
bric and nain-ook allover embroidery, trim
med with lace and insertion embroidery and
ribbon.- full jvid tiphf-litt'nt; models. r.tvie3
w'th tucked- back and allover embroidery
front, other styles of alloverembroidery top
and arm hclus trimmed with tds;s to match.
Skirts, Special $1.35
Cpmhrie skirts; with deep flounce, trimmed
with braid and tucks; special $!."5.
Combination Underwear .
What a feeling of increased lightness and
ease greets the wearer when first won over
to these modern "combinations from the several-piece
undergarments. It war, LaParfs
ienne who first, hit on the l.appy idea, freeing
absolutely from huiichnesr, over the hips. Von
will find here an v.iirivaWL exhibit of these
soft, fne underclothes. Elaborated much as you
please, but even the simplest shows perfection
inc'.iic ctit and long, siirn lines.
Oorset Cover and Skirt ...SI. 50 to SI 3
Corbet Cover and Dravers. $1.50 to S13
Klaborately trimmed with lae and ribbon
Princess combinations S3 to $13
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Extra-sized Garments, $1 up; Skirts, Gowns, Drawers
Large women will find a wide range of pretty styles at low prices, gar
ments to meet their requirements in every way.
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One of the most
season. In the n
as light green,
New Negligee Gowns
There Is a luxurious air about the new negligee gowns that makes them a dally center of In
terest and that makes their modest prices a matter or cctitinual astonishment. Today wo
print details of seven new models which are Saturday
SrEClAL AT $1,00
We show three styles In slip-over gowns; one style with Val. insertion nd lace edged, sleevea
with wide ruffle, eded with lace all made full width and length. Three styles with high
neck and long sleeven. solid tucked yoke, neck and sleeves edged with embroidery; another
style with tucks and Insertion, V-shape neck. Priced forMay Festival Sale, $1.
Paris Lingerie in the White Sale
On the floor of Fashions tthe second floor) the charming French room of white exhibits the
new Paria lingerie gowns that cannot be described on paper they are such dainty creations
of lace embroidery, medallions, bow 3, elaborately trimmed, made of sheer French nainsook.
Prices, $3.50. $4, $5 and up to $12.
May Festival i Sale of Wash Fabrics
Now that yon hare decided J list how you want to make those new Spring and Summer dresses
and walpts the next thing will be to get the materials. The Slav Festival will be the time.
Thousands of jard i of rool. dainty, in-demand Cottons and DrcsUvods at much less than you
would regularly pay. Just another Instance of the helpfulness this greatest of Trl-Cities' Cotton
and Dress Fabric Stores is to you an example of the savings which our great buying and dis
tributing power gives.
1,000 YARDS mie TOIVEM-NO, lOr. , 3.000 TAKDS lOo PRINTED BATISTE,
I!ENS AT :r.e
popular fabrics of the
ewest colorings, such
pink. blue, lavender
50c Rajah linen, 39c.
18-inch unblearhed all linen crash, ex
tra heavy quality, unrivaled- value at
12J,c, for May Festival sale. 10c a
Fifty or -Sfcwe styles of 10c printed
batiste, so pretty that they make the
pretty girls prettier, yard 8c.
White Goods Summer's Favorites -
The sort of materials womankind has to buy in qnantify with the adTent of warm weather. These prices mean a
delightful lessening -of cost without any lessening of prettlncss of style. Figure how iuany yards you'll want and
come to the May Festival Sale:
40c MERCERIZED BATISTE AT 25c
A special purchase, 40 Inches wide, fine, sheer, silky.
200 YARDS SO'-BLE ACHED INDIA LINEN, c
28 Inches wide, made from white combed Egyptian yarn
and not like tbo other cheap India llnons undesirable be
cause of. specks throughout the fabric.
For the May Festival Sale 2.000 yards
36-Inch unbleached Muslin at 5c.
1F100 yards Apron Ginghams in checks,
stripes and plaids at oc.
10 BOLTS LONGCLOTII AT 9Ttc
These 10-yard bolts are the beautiful chamois finish
Iongoloths, 36 inches wide, desirable for dainy under
muslins. 20c SHEER WAISTINGS AT 12Mc
A large' assortment of styles. 28 inches wide. 500 yards
sheer waistings, unusval values at 20c, specially priced
for the May Festival Sale. 12e.
42-inch Bleached Pillow Tubing, the
best quality at 13c.
Tailored Linen and Lawn Waists. Attractive Models. Low Prices
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Tavo points of proTtiKMMK-c wlu'Hi can scarrely be overlooked by women: Attract
ive modt'lf.!, low prices. Tln-iv are other factors making these Waists remarkable
rt i n iao I w ni I it -)( 4-' m t .iiv
niiiu, wit- iiuiiinc.i mi ujii:. Second Floor
TAILORED LAWN WAISTS
Strictly Tailored Waists, S8c and $1.25. Plain lawn and Irish dimity, crossbars
and stripes, specially price'l. 98c, and $1.25.
Bainty Tiiilored Waists of Lawn with tucked front and back embroidered collar and
cuffs, tiimbnck cuffs-.' $1.25.
Eiuo and Tan Tailored Waists, $1.50. Two styles, one a Gibson stvle with tailored
ruffs and collar: the other the other style, with combination tucks and plaits,' white
dotted tailored collar and cuffs, at $1.50.
Tailored Linen Waists; Four Very Pleasing New Styles.
Dainty Tailored Waists of Linen, $1.93. Entire front made of -iuoh tucks, fin
- i.-h::d with small round buttons, plain back, laundered collar and cuffs, $1.98.
Tailored Linen Waists, $2.25. Entire front made of tucks, embroidered collar, cuffs
;.isd froMt ph;it. $2.25. : ,
Fine Linen Tailored Waists, $2.98. Embroidered frov.ts. with large tiu.-ks at side to
unve luliiv'ss. tucked back, laundered collar and cuffs. $2.98. "
Man-Tailored Linen Waists, $3.93. Front made cf tucks, plain back, and launder
ed cuhX$3.98. j-. '
May Festival Sale of Embroideries
The May Festival sale will know no better attraction
than this sale of embroideries and laces.
Cambrje and Swiss Edges in beautiful patterns, in
cludingsHcril and English eyelet patterns.
2,000 yards, 1 16 3inch.es wide, cambric and Swiss edges
at, yard, 5b. 'F
2,000 yards," 2 ttf 5: inches wide, cambric and Swiss edges
at, yard 10c. V
3,000 yards, 2 to 5 ir ''-is wide, cambric and Swiss edges
at yard, 15c. - N.s-t !-.:
2,000 yards, 3 to 7 inc!Iide, cambric and Swiss edges
at, yard, 20c.
Embroidery InsertiorJny pretty designs for
trimming th&r.l mer wear.
3,000 yards cambric and Sxilz r.broidery insertions,
at, yard, 10c. . i r
2,000 yards cambric and Swiss (embroidery insertions,
at, yard 15c. x
Inexpensive Jewelry Specials
Genuine Metalized Kcse Hat Tins, the 75c kind 29
Imitation Rone Hat Pin - - 19
Fancy Hat Tins, large stones. Imitation Emeralds. Ametbyssts,
Sapphires. Etc., surrounded with IJrilliants; none worth less than
50c. Specially priced ; 2o
White Stone Brooches, in fancy clusters, bow knots, hearts, grapes,
buckles and bar pins,. 25S 3o and 50
Flmr de IJ3 Brooches or Watch Tins, handsomely enameled In
Mue, red and colored enamel. Look like the $1.00 and $1.50 kind.
May sale, 50 and 25
Belt Tins, large assortment, fancy finish, with and without
stones 25 to 75
1,000 Strings of Fine Beads, imitation pearls, gold and colored.
Should eell for 75c but a lucky purchase gives them to you at. . 9
German Valenciennes Laces and
The New Store will place on enle
for the May Festival sale an im
mense invoice of German Valen
ciennes laces and insertions, 12
yard bolts' splendid values at 72c
and 96c; special at, bolt 52c.
French Valtncf''4 and Mechlin
laces and inc.
designs, in f
uation and 4
priced for t
. i in all the new
,L iiand for grad-
I wns, specially
Dress Goods in the M( v lie
50c 36 ITH Y0ILE, YARD, 29c Exquisitely fin;
tically all colors, gray. Copenhagen, brown, garnet,
"roE, ivory and black, 36 inches wide, 50c value, ya
1,00!) YAKDS FANCY Vl'OOL CHALLIR, 29c Largi
wool challis in stripe, checked, dot and ring desi
yard. 2'.lc. . - . ' . tr
SATIN STUIPED FRENCH TAFFETA Beautiful r
chamois, ivory, azure and win. for reception and
$1.2S. . . . , . . i
oile. in prac
ight blue, old
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inent of fancy
lar 50c values,
ar, per yard,
( Repair Department
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing; special order work at lowest prices.
Wp Invite You to Inspect
These New Models
The new Renaissance line of $5 R Sr. G Qorsets will
meet with the immediate approval of fashionable
women, who rtalize that the success of their gowns
depends upon the. perfect style and tit of their cor
sets. The prevailing "Dlrectoire" fashions require
a long, slender; flat-hip" figure, which these Re
naissance models are especially designed to give.
The New $S
R & G COR&CT .
is the e.'jinl In style. UKllti tnl fit of any 7Ts-
lve mad to ir..sur corct. Tho t:odoI shown fcera
( gives U:e Ri'l.::;r. bys? and flat hip. with xtm lor. 5
back 'xad .liirt .Maio In, CVatU'(K 6),.whlt only..