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12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1808.
apeHII '.'.Ml l...1, !' ", "III "I IB" U..U1, . I . , V1. , i I, II .Ml H III II 1 '- I MANUFACTURING RETAILERS. J America's foremost designers of garments noted originators of tasteful, jaunty i j fashions keep us supplied with new styles, that are not shown elsewhere in J New York. 8UIT DBPT. CLOAK DEFT. FUR DBPT. I The exceptional fadlU Topcoats of Kersey, With our efficient fur- S Ma enioved bv our Cheviots, Oxfords, Co- riers, our workroom as- ues enjoyw y verts, lined with silk, sures faultless fitting and I J wh0,M1,e enab,e black, navy, castor, tan workmanship. Ji S us to offer a number of (reta vtIue $l$ and For Remodelling and Re- S Tailored Dresses, silk 32), pairing, our prices are re- , ' 5 lined throughout, in (in J19 $15 markably low. J fly-front cuUway, tight- "' "' m' Alaska Sable Neck Scarfs, ! I fitting waists, flounce New style g-ij r c,uster of 10 ,arc S01 ( I and circular skirts toc (retail value I n tails (retail value jn 75 (retail value )5) 25 its) IU 50 ' . & J Stone Marten Neck ( Ladies' Separate Dress Early Fall Styles of Scarfs, extra quality, dus- I Skirts of navy and Rich Velour Capes and ter of 8 tails, with heads S I Mack cheviot serges, silk Jackets. (retail value JIJJQ lined (retail 1 OC 20 ti ( value 18) llq MISSES' DEPT. Persian Lamb Jackets, J T" Leipsic dye (made to S I Kersey Coats, silk lined, measure) extra quality, SILK WAISTS. ages 14, 16, and 18 years h, h dass finsh (rf 1 uiuii, (retail value mic tail valuc 9 1 lm ( Unusually attractive, n) $" lw I3B X S Silk Waists, with ' W) ' ' ' ' uw corded fronts of extra tfi5Ses Tailored Suits, Alaska Seal Jackets, Lon- S ) quality Uffeto silk; all ages 14, 16 and 18 years, don dye (made to meas- 7 the desirable 477c tn IE MO ure) (rcUil SlRfl I 5 colors ,'& $10, S15, $18. value 225) . . I 0 U Broadway and 12th St. Broadway and 12th St. Broadway and 12th St P I BIG "BARGAINS I California I Blankets 13 Reduced from $11)00 4 $15 & $18 to V 12 Reduced from Q 00 4 $12 3 $14 to ' 11 Educed from Q 00 4 $10 9 $14 to Q Reduced from 50 4 $9 to Ihese are the product of the tery best Milts in California. Also, Down and Cotton Comfortables and Quilts at REDUCED TRICES. West Twenty-third St I "THE COURT OF RUGS." Our Bur Department, brilliant with the nobility ol hand-woven Oriental, of which -we have chosen two lota and marked them lit bargain prices. Antique Kurdeatans, ItIuuh- uulsj, Youroubs, Cash- nieres, etc., averaging 4x9 ft $14.00 value $20.00 Sxil ft 17.00 value $25.00 In these rugs you will find color keys and foundations for every conceivable deco ration, ltloli and sober blues, reds and greens, artfully combined--tints as mys terious as those of the finest perns. Draperies, cushions and furniture to make the entire house a delightful har mony. At factory prices, as you "BUY Of TUB MAicaa" Geo. C FLint Co. 43.46 md 47 wist 23rCr. NgAtt HWQAOWAV. ggajg 154 aho 1 s wsr re . snor ytalhii gtitlg an StrgtaufivU. HOTEL CECIL, Cor. I I tth St. St. Nicholas Av. The oaly nrwprvof ra.ru family hotel in Uuliu, .ealalalna every reaulelu (or comfort ud tonv.u ! sulia froa. tw la Br. Un, llgke. loft otrnrm ahd sma uriaui. Meet eev.aitly situated to elevated ud eura mm. a. p. oTT VMW asvlai Ukra . rMitr 1mm oa bMBtiful cor aar faar-tpoi twtta two Wtaai .pwtmwit, ilio two immuiWU. with crud Jw, u4 on; kum SM to oomfort aaa ommimc omuh to ubl.t, my,ftKiS2JSlSt '& gftn'irtgTijkS'ts&iMt. at WJUT SSU ST. Oaeaf Ik. oi ilMinM. iftuxi.i Koum. la lb. Oft atoolHUi ftnaroftti .11 Mu4.ni Ibiiwot.- mfajii tykMraat ul MUMitor .AMlUsMi urt- " 4g "TfcWTIgOll. Ibaatw. t WestHSt C9"REUABLE" CARPETS OLD FRIENDS AND NEW IN RUd-LAND. Goldsmith says: "Nothing is truly ele gant but what unites use with beauty." Our Rugs are truly elegant harmonious coloring, combined with reliable guality that defies hard usage marvels of econ omy. SMYRNA RUGS. 6x 9ft . . 910.00 7.6 x 9 ft . . 15.75 9x12 ft. . . 22.00 Our autumn Carpet stock is of such artis tic designs and colorings that each sale aooompushes many others thus our enor mous trade keeps the stock turning rapidly. Our "Long Credit" doubles the pur chasing of every dollar. CASH OR CREDIT (OWPERTHWAIT f$Q 1&. 106 and 108 West 14 St NEAR 6TPAV. ttWHyn Stores: FlatbuahAv.norraaaai gMiiai Stotels and mrMurauti. Tkia 1U ippun .r.ry 8undr , Moud7 4 W.dn.Kl7 WHERE TO DINE. For information. elrcuUn, he. of any Beataarant or Hotel blow, call oraddreaa tund tamp) HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU, M Fifth At... N.w York. Ale. aau A la Cart.: Tdh. rau T.bl. d'HoU dlanw. D.lMonlco'a Bth nam, comer 44th . t. Ale. Kvotaurnnt Martin Ale, Tdh.. tl.lt Valvenlty plaea and 8th it. tonFlur.t.6thT.kltth.Alc.,Tdh.,tl.25(muio) Oaxi. 40th it. nd B'w.r. Tdh.. tl tOrrhratm) Manila's W.atth.t. Tdh. (Miulo). Luebow'.G.rm.nlt.ltaurant 110 But 14th .t. The Marlboroucb B'w.j and 07th at. Ale Tdh. breakraat. 000.; lunch, frOo.j dinner. tl.OO. T.rrac. Uarden, I Mth et near L.. r. I Kaa-JrwUto-rtlrehMtia HotelHunarl.4UnlonBq.,Tdh.75c.;wlthwlnetl. Ay-Mi. no UnWeraltj i1. Ale, Tdh., too. AnChatNoIr) B51 W. B'war, 60c. Tdh., with wine. An CkatMolr I UptownBrnch82W.2at.HtlktUat. Aa Chat Nolr After Theatre Supp.r.. An Clint Nolr J Alc.Tdh.LunchMo.,dln,r75c(lfnelo Jae uln ST Weat 3tth at. Ale. , Tdh., too. HOTEL EMPIRE, BOCLCTARO MD ST., NEW YOBK. A Modern Fireproof Family Hotel of the Ant el.ee. conducted on the American anil Kurwp.au plana, for the accommodation of thote who waat the beet at reaaonabl. coet. Mtily aad cWcAlv amuiiu ty electric, e.M, ami eleMtctf care rem all parli a (Ae city, W. JODMBON QUINK. Proprietor. Sherman Square Hotel, BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMEBIC AN PLAN. Strictly a family hotel; eholo. aultee. farnlahed or uufumlahed. to rent by the aeaaon or ear. Culalue and eervloe ot the bliiheet order. Batee re.eoa.ble. LocUon conraslent to til part, of the city. WAITER LAWBENCE, Manaawr. BREVOORT HOUSE. A homelike hotel of an Mtabllehed reputation. FIFTH AV. AND EIOHTU ST.. N. T , Hew Weehtnrton Memortal Arab. LABOK AND SUMPTUOUH APABTMENT8. Eoropead plan tl per day and upward. American plao tt par day end upward. SPECIAL TEAMS TO PERMANENT OUBSTB. Table d'hote dinner 8 to B:S0P. M., tl.16, with mualo. JAIMKS A MKYEB, Frop're. JIuMwev 9 irorta. NEW JER3EVr THE LAUREL HOUSE, Lakcwood, New Jeraey, will open for the aeaaon of 1SM-VFJ oa Batarday. Oct. 1. October la one of the noil delightful month of the year la Lake wood. DAVIi) B. FLL'MKU, Hauaiir. L II I I HHrtit &$ttu. FOBKST UtDOB. ULKM. A1AJEM . VA., ui on the Atlantic coaet fine. 10 mlloa north or Biafc Bond, and M . aprtna end autumn mart afore, a plaaaant reeling plao. for thnae who prefer to tie Tel leleurely or who wiah to avoid the eudden cllmatio traualuon from North u South. The Lodg. front, on the railroad, and ita arouude, which are auore then e.u mllee lu circuit, aro dlvcrelfled by lakee and forcata and aheltared aroodland patka. which are ralld and Uaiaay, even la (he winter day.. Au 11) ua - ttut$ttn$. HOLY LAND A email and ealeet party will leer. New Tori. January lath, for a tour ot Egypt, PalMtta. and Syria, with TiaUa to Smyrna. Ephaana, Oonatastl nople, Orceee, etc, and inclnd -log, if deatred, aoutharn and central Europe. Thle la not a hurried trip touoalaK only aoma of the chief polnta of interest, but a comrrehenelTe tour with opportnnlau for ob Miratlon and etudr. Circu lar on application. Raymond & Wmtcomb Tours and Tickets SI Eaat 14th Street. Union Square, Waat. New York. Grand Excursion. SA 00 Niagara Falls SK AMD RETURN VIA VI WEST SHORE RAILROAD FRIDAY, OCT. SI, IBM. Tralnafootof Franklin at., 12:45. 0:16, 7:80 and 8 P.M. From Weat 42d at.. ltOO, 0:80, 7:46 and 8:16 P.M. Ticket, at 118, S6S. S71 and B42 Broadway, New Tori, and fljn, 88 and 7211 Fulton at.. Brooklyn. DEEP SEA FISHING. -Steamer ANOLEB dally; fat. 60c; net el, E. B.. Tjjji Battery. :0t. FISHING Saturday on etenmer ANOLEB; plenty big blackftah and eeabMa; old reliable pilot AL FOSTER. C'OOD FISHING. -Steamer FOBTEB; Suadaye. X TuMdare. Thuradaya; Eaat aid at.. 7:46; Bat tery, 8:26; 7So. with bait. weiiniji ATTENTION. OLD DB. OBINDLE, GRADUATE UNIVEBUITY OF THE CITY OF NEW Tt)BK, flKDIQAL DEPARTMENT, 86 YEARS A SPECIALIST N DISEASES OF MEN. OLD 1)11. OBINDLE haa bean longer Mtabllebad and haa had mora .xp.ri.ne. than any other adrertlelng Iphyalctan: city papere pmn thle. Under ata eclentlflc treatment blood and akin dlieaaea, pain In bonM, red epota, eore throat and mouth, ulcer., painful aweUlnga, kidney and bladder oomplalnte, acaldlnc Inflammation., gravel, undeveloped organa, weak back, loat vitality, are apaadlly, permanently cured. Man about to marry anould con.ult OLD DR. GRINDLE. Every Impedl- Rent removed. Sufferera, do not waate time vlaltine M ekllful phyelclan. lUmember. OLD DR. OBIN DLE never fall.. OFFICE OVKB 16 TEARS at 171 Weel 12th. t.. between Olhaud 7th ava. Advlc.free. Medicine, 1. Honre. S to 8; flnndaye. 0 to S. OLD DB. OBET, S jr.ara a epeeilall.t In dl.naeea of man only, gyjekeet permanent core guaranteed In all dleeaaoe. Blood polaon, ekiu die .mm, kidney and bladder trouble, weakne.i ner voua debility, errora of youth, bad dreama, undevel oped organa. Impedimenta to marriage, ae. Be wlae. conault the only old epeeiaiiat In the city. Office ovar SB yeare at 120 But 17th at., near Union Square. Houra, II to W; Sundave, U to a HciautlBc treatment and advic. free. Medicine only 60 cent.. Mo charge ualeaaanrad. A -DA AMD MBS. SIMPSON, the laadlng apaeUl . lata la Mew York, enooeeef ully treat all female complaint, and Irregularltlee: it year.' ayparienoe; pnrata aaaltarinnii trained nuran; treatment guar anteed; free conDdentlal advice, V to II. 66 Weat 6th at. near Broadway. A--A. -A. -QUICKEST PERMANENT CURE In dleeaaei of men; dangeroua cum eollc Ited; relief at once; thoee deeirmg only flret-olaae eclentlflc treatment ehould call. The leading epeclal l.t. Dr. Bouechur, 127 Weat 23d at., u to a, 7 to to. Bundaye, 10 to 1. A--DB. t'ONBAI8 SANITARIUM. -SclouUlle, akll- f ul treatment of all dltaaaea of woman: private rooroa; every convenience and appllanoe; coueulta ttona, A. at. to It P. M. Call or write for booklet. 1 17 WMt 7th at. T el. SMO tsth. C1AN0ERH, tumor, and malignant growthe cured ' without the uae of the knife. DR. MATHER'S Medle.l Inatltute. 7I Grand et., Jeraey City. N. J. Book free. DB. AMD MBS. BCHBOEDEB. female .peclaliaU: careful, ekllful, confidential treatment; private aaaltarium; adoptluaa. 2S8 Eaat 60th at.; DbTMBS. REIMUABD IreaU female IrreguUrltlee; elngle or married; SO yeare' eaperlence. ill 7th av., near 47th. DB. BLIMN. 17T Waatdftb et..urB'way;hour10 1; apeclaltlee obetalrloe and dlaaaa Mof women. LADIBSI lc't Eagjiah rtyiaya rm VWJ,.tlruM, LADIES' Monthly Regulator; never telle. Send 4 oente for Woman'. Bate Ouard. Wilcox Med. Co., Dept. Bri. Philadelphia, la. MBS. OKIST. graduate midwife, board, ladlee, oonfidratial, reliable treatment; atrtctly private; no algn . Bt 7 Eaat 60th at. STRI'TUBB SOLVENT compounded and uae by Dr. BEATS, 1 Em! (7th at., dally, avenlog. San day forenoon; 40 yean, curing thouaanda who had been cut and tortured with eouuda, hundred-page booktne. JBtjf ad. X-MOVAL WOTIOE. My etock of excluelve Parielaa NoveltlM and Iralta tlon Jewelry In Lorgnette Cbalae, BatpUa. BrooohM, Belu, MecklacM le now on exhibition at my new atoie. Alao Libert a dellcloue perf u. la Violet, d. Parme. Algerian Vlul.le. Llu.ulaa VluleU, Violet toUet water at low eat prlcM. 4 W. 87th at. near tth ava. euctuc r.tur m h wnT Handy algbta la all elarh platea. dark ata. dark elo.eu. an tabl. b.aUa bod. la aleV room; preaa button, m.tal Utah, w.lgbt aaa - I... -.- .- I 1 Lli.J - I I, .. 1. AVIL llf Mi4lfST. waW I ew w -- aM-ff a MWTtm PHUNTUM TJrmmed Tlfiilinery I To-morrow ws maka tt vary latsrastliig offar of dainty, stylish and artiatio hats, absolutaly new and really worthy of a much hlghar prica-ticket. While ws ' c buy and while ws eell in tha immense qnaatitlea ws do wa are abla to keep down i the prices, and so to-morrow your ehoiea of any of these beautiful -r jT'-O hate, the equal of which you cannot find anywhere for less than It , J (J to$t, for the exceptionally low prlee of Cir j . a eyfi 'ii Constantly offering big values, as we do ? Untrtmmea fllltnery, every day, to-morrow will be no excep f tion. Here are two representative items : S LADIES' WALKING HATS, of far fell, trimmed with grot train rib- jrr ( bon, and coquet, la black and co'.ors, the newett tbtpe, Monday, each e OU f COWBOY HATS, of far felt, trimmed with taffeta silk and quills, the QC S very latest conception, Monday, each . CrQ li A BLACK AMAZON FLUMES, 18 inches j - t SSStriCn J'eafierS. long, splendid qnallty a ifO 7 BLACK OSTRICH PLUMES, 12 inches long, fine, glotiy black, each S9 'Dross TJrimmings. ) Whatever ia proper is here. Whatever S i la artlatic and pretty ie here. When you S buy here you chooae from the world's S best and newest product ione, but you ? would never know It from the prices we K quote: SILK AND MOHAIR TRIMMING,? S specially good styles, to-morrow, 9JC f choice, from Or. per yard to C c ) SKIRT GARNITURES, wine effecta ( for front and bottom, forming a continnout 1 pattern, to-morrow, from fO.OO i n cJ 200 PIECES BLACK SILK AND) BEADED TRIMMING, in various styles, ) actual value from 50c. to $1.00 per o T yard, choice to-morrow at ; 't? i BLACK SOUTACHE BRAID, pure J f mohair, to-morrow special, 2 dozen o C S yardt for JUO? ? BRAIDS of ill kinds and widths. lit t plaee to make you think. You'll V wonder where we got the maaa of beau- i tiful stuffs, which cover every inch of I , V the great silk store. Some came from r acroea the water, and some are the prod- c P uots of our own elever Americans. The C , c assortment of both aorta is immenoe, c and you must not judge of quality by 1 7 the following prieee, for they're mis- leading, in that they really repreaent but J ? a fraction of the real value Itself: C 3,000 YARDS FINE BLACK TAF-J FETA SILK, 32 inches wide, guaranteed J fine Lyons make, the belt quality ever z- o offered anywhere, st, PER YARD. .OOC C FINE PLAID AND STRIPED SILKS, S bright Ta etas, in the most fascinating P 1 plaids and itripee, just the ideas for fall C P and winter wear, easily told at $1 JTO f per yard, very special st i OC 1 S SATIN DUCHESSE, in evening shades, S S dainty and elegant, elsewhete $1.25; Q gr here to-morrow, per yard. t7e7t? J BLACK SATIN DUCHESSE, of rich S S and heavy quality, readily sold at $1.50 J per yard, very special Monday )) I llfooiion 'Dross Stuffs. S Autumn's favorites rich, choice and exceedingly varied. The qualities start y at Good and run up to Superb. The J S prieee will please you, for without ezcep- i tion they are lower than eleewhere. J Take the following for example : ) BLACK ALL-WOOL CHEVIOT, fully ( 50 inches wide, a splendid fabric for n - r good, hard wear; to-morrow, per yard aafCrt? ? 200 PIECES MIXED FANCY POPLIN ) S DRESS GOODS, in a very beautiful color f V assortment, the neweit of the test on's new, 7 J good value at 50c, per yard; special nt C at t"t? ? S 100 PIECES FINE ALL WOOL? S PLAIN ARMURE DRESS GOODS, in a I J very lovely color assortment, the ideal fabric C J for fall wear, and regularly sold at jrj 7 75c. per yard; Monday, choice st. . tV UC s Special Sale of I 'Dress Tfets. P Glance at the prieee, and then come and ? glance at the otteringe. It's ths only way i you'll bs abls to appreciate the great distance between price and quality : ? BLACK LA TOSCA NET. double? C width, strictly all silk, to-morrow ths quality C regularly sold at 75c. per yard, choice at i 40: the quality regularly sold at - f S 98c. per yard, choice at OOC C BLACK BRU8SELS NET, 42 inchei wide, all silk, high lustre, the 75c. qual- ity tor SSc, and the $1.00 quality ? C f f for iOCk S CHANTILLY DRAPERY NETS, 3 i double width, all silk, a large variety of ) ? neat figures, ttiiped and craquelle effect!, ? 7 actually worth from $1.75 to $2.75 per I yard, all to go to-morrow at the r oqS uniform price of JSr i Dainty Wear for I Rabies and Children. ) Even if you find anything elsewhere to ? match theee offeringein beauty and dura- ' bility, we're positive you eaunu t ia price: INFANTS' CAMBRIC NIGHT SLIPS, well made, trimmed si neck sad sleeves C with neat cambric ruffle, actually worth 25c, to-morrow, only two to a cus- j j ' tomer, each OCi INFANTS' NAINSOOK AND CAM C BRIC DAY SLIPS, Mother Hubbard style, mgde with tucked yoke and embrold- ery iatertlna, also all-over yoke of embroid- a ery, finished it nick and sleeves with dainty v embroidery, actually worth 50c., 94- i choice to-morrow st sJOC S CHILDREN'S WINTER REEFERS,) liset 2 to I yens, Empire style, made of ? fancy houcls cloth, with large sailor collar, alao with revere ever ihealders, trimmed with fancy biald, either style very pretty J and really worth f4 Monday n c choice at f 3r U I CHILDREN'S EIDERDOWN COATS, tlses 6 months to 2 yean, made with large ? tailor collar, trimmed with Angors fur, ? colon pink, blue, ted and white, actually I worth $2.25, to-morrow choice yfn at ..., . ,r TtVustin lnderwear, dec j A number of rapreeentative items, 1 which need no bolstering at all : 4 100 DOZEN FINE CORSET COVERS, with squire neck, pearl button finish, to morrow at juit half a ( value, 2 for f o riS Sc. ,or,each JC f CTSf SO DOZEN CHE- jKrF t MISES, of fine cam- S-T jUW ( brie, Empire style, J&lKJ trimmed with wide Xwii edge of Torchon flfl x lace and fine em- SftlLy ( broidery, fly Avert I 50 DOZEN TOR- JlPfS i :HON TRIMMED tiirttf 30WNS, Empire wgfffflTOp ( ityle, made with fine -JJgaB'wC , Hamburg insertion front and be-d- JT ing trimmings, choice to-morrow.. dlC LADIES' CAMBRIC DRAWERS, with i 3-inch Hamburg ruffle, yoke, band and ( t tucks in clutter, exceptionally fine n jr ' value T t?" EIDERDOWN S A C Q U E S Winn, i lainty, becoming and low priced: 1 50 DOZEN FINE FANCY EIDER-J DOWN SACQUES, with ribbon ties and :rochet edgei, regularly sold it nr 11.25, here to-morrow at. COC 25 DOZEN FINE FLANNELETTE' -OWNS, with wide pointed collar and ( cuffs, trimmed with fancy beading, every- ( where 75c, to-morrow, while they jr Sood Clothing May mean high prices eleewhere, but it , doesn't here. Just what it dose mean yoa , may discover by coming here to-morrow 1 morning. We shall sell at these prices : 1 t MEN'S SUITS OF. HIGH GRADE ROUGH SURFACE 1 SERGE AND FINE SMOOTH THIBET' CLOTH, in black or' blue, cut double breatt-1 ed, made with silk lapels 1 and lined with fine Far mer's tatin. Theie suits ' are tiilored perfectly 1 and readily sell at $15; to-morrow theyi will cost a T C but e O I MEN'S FINE WIN- TER COATS, made of 1 imported Kertey cloth of smooth texture, in black or blue, cut in the box outer cost style or 1 more conventional shapes. These coati I srs lined with the beat double warp black leatherine cloth, and have , " can't-wear-out " sleeve lining! ; they are 1 made with raw edge and raw lap seams, I and are perfect as 10 fashion, fit and finish) . elsewhere thiy would cost $15; f )) here to-morrow at (. UU 640 BOYS' SHORT TROUSER SUITS, i made of strictly all-wool msterials, such ss I the fsmons "Sterling" productions, sfter ' the choicest fail patterns; the costi are ( Lined with the beat Albert twills, snd the . trouiera have double kneet and teats, riv- ted buttons and patent elastic waistbands, I itei 6 to 15 years, and, instead of the i actual value of $4, here Mon- r or "tyst iC.JfOi j Special Sate of j Sine Jffemstitehed Tjahle Cloths. Thsse are very beautiful cloths, bean- lifully hemstitched all around, and will be sold for actually less than ths oott of the hemotitchlng. This is an opportu- nlty which no dainty housekeeper ean 1 afford to paae : THE CLOTHS ire of pure linen, to be t old si follows: 8-4 8-10 8-12 200 2. so 3.00 , HEMSTITCHED NAPKINS to milch; 19 by 19 inches, . Jw; 21 by 21 a -1 inches, per doxen T Tj ' jfyairi Our Cigar Offer We made the following offer laat week A tnd it ie to continue two weeke more. I But time flies. Take advantage of It 1 while you may. You might forget about it, and it'e worth remembering 1 i 8IEGEL-COOPER CO. BOUQUET li a new brand of Sumatra wrapper, long 1 railed Hsvana filler Cigars, Puritanos liie, 5 47 inch, regularly sold box of 50 for S2.25. To properly introduce theie cigaia we offer the following inducements to-morrow: 1 FIRSTLY A reduction to. . . o5., From the regular piice of $2.25. T, UU I SECONDLY Every one purchasing a box of these cigara will receive, FREE, 12 I extra cigars of this hiand, put up in a stpa- rate box, Intended for your friends, whom i we also want to appreciate them. The of tet continuea for two weeks. So reroem- I ben ( One box of Puritanos, 47-, ) iach, box of 0 I o IJ One box of Puriuaue, y,tC.UUi inch, box of 12 J mmmm ill sSBCSMm eeaaiwaMwa" " . tti. Av.'-;'"'iWj:::"'' ttrisT$. 8r I I rtmWsrTMKMITMai s ;J:i &" " Ro for Women i5i And three rensons why they ehould be worn 1 f FIRST, FOR HEALTH ; SECOND, rOR COMPORT : THIRD, FOR STYLE. S The Hygienic Shoe is made with a white felt Insole, which gives the foot at ill timet j I the proper warmth. It is tht shoe, and the only shoe, for winter wear. C ? The Wet Proof Ease Welt Womm's Shoe is made by the new process. There is a S flexible intele, with cork between the insole end outer sole, the whole covered with rubber C cloth, which makes the shoe positively waterproof, keeps the feet dry, snd means quite a I caving in rubbers. S S These two shoes are to be had it this itore only. Thtie shoes sre now on exhibition, I cut into two parti, ihowing you just bow they sre made and why they give universal ( 1 satitUction. There are 14 different styles, lace or button, double ot single o cf I soles. The price it but JtOU ( jCeather Specials. S w Extraordinary values, which it will J not take an Interpreter to make you ap- ' preoia te : ? i ALL LEATHER DRESS SUIT ) CASES, alligator effect, with heavy leather I corners and Inside strspi, linsn lined, brass f flock snd catches, round stitched handle; I -to-morrow, 22-inch size, Jl.90 9 f)S C24-inch sise if.Ui RUSSET LEATHER DRESS SUIT i CASES, leather covered, linen lined, made 3 I with four inside straps snd brats f plated lock and catches, 24-inch 9 7 Ci iit eJ.O J f GENUINE COWHIDE LEATHER J f DRESS SUIT CASES, with leather cor-C f nen, ititched all around, linen lined and i 1 made with inside straps, leather stitched J ' handle and brass plated lock and jr )) catches; to-morrow &UUi LEATHER CLUB BAGS, imitation of alligator, muslin lined, with inside pocket; ) leather handle, nickel pitted lock and t 7 catches, choice of black or olive color, i v 14-inch lite, 9 Sc. ; 16-inch O AT 1 Csise .CQ BLACK OR COLORED MOROCCO, GRAIN LEATHER snd REAL SEAL I COMBINATION POCKETBOOKS, plain j f or with heavy plated corners, choice of sin- ' i gle or double change compart- jf 9 r ments; to-morrow TTtJC j I heavy sterling silver mounting! ; choice S lot singls or double change com- J?Q I partments OCTC J BLACK GRAIN OR POLISHED COWHIDE LEATHER MUSIC 00 i ROLLS, full size, satin lined, at. SOC , PLUSH BACK BEVELLED EDGE i f PLATE GLASS MIRRORS 9 9 ( 4x6 Inches, : ', VW U tt? vltatches Sc Silverware t 1 A number of items which will fairly J r well illustrate the remarkable values , f this department offers at all times : LADIES' SOLID GOLD CHATE-J F LAINE WATCHES, dainty and pleasing, j ? and actually worth $12, very jr c) 4 J special again to-morrow &fU Same site, but with s hunting case, i f worth $15, either plain or engraved, choice (it 1 price proportionately as T T C Clow . fd S MEN'S 14-KARAT GOLD FILLED j t WATCHES, hunting or open face, thin C model, Walsm or Elgin movement, case i .i - warranted for 5 years, 1 S ymt) md regularly Bold at y I wCK $10, here to- j Qii gaav. morrow at. .). CU aW?V MEN'S SOLIDJ t arlfcja S I L V E R I N E SfffJF WATCHES, fitted! s IK -",l witb withm r i-' Q trTwTVa E'n mcKel movement, ( ? KvL5y2r resuIrlT io Id at . v a Wttr $5.50, to- o 7r r BawxF morrow . . . O I HANDSOME BAKING DISHES, of C best quadruple plate, burnished top snd re- ( C movable fireproof lining, for Mon- 1 n c j f day special at J . CO ( I CONDENSED MILK CAN HOLDERS, I quadruple plated, choice of two CQ 1 handsome designs, to-morrow OZtC ' IS&ed Comforters. .WILL BE MANUFACTURED HERE t WHILE YOU WAIT SO TO SPEAK. J It's an interesting eight, and every ) L one ought to ess it. A small part of our j r Philadelphia faetory will be here mak- I i lug quilts, to show what a elean, snowy, J soft cotton we use, and how neatly and ' thoroughly they are made. We say )"our Philadelphia factory," because, I although we do not own the factory, we J control ite entire produot, and have t ) grown to coneider it our own. J s We wUl make quilts while you wait, ) ) any size or pattern. At the aame time, ) and to make the event doubly interesting, t there will be special prieee, aa follows : j f 1,000 COMFORTERS, 72 by 72 inches, ? the finest sUkoline covering, filled with the best cotton filling, actually worth q r- 1 r $1.50; to-morrow, speciil st CrOC I F 1,000 COMFORTERS, 72 by 72 incur 1, i ) witb ruffle, very pretty patterns, j nc t to-morrow, etch J . m tP 450 EXTRA HEAVY WINTER WEIGHT 72 by 78 inch Comfort- f t c) ert, tateen coverings, each J TrO ' l,000COMFORTERS,72by78 9 j-( inchei in site, heavier weight. . . . J I ' 1,000 COMFORTERS, 72 by 78 inchei, 1 Hill heavier weight, nicely ruffled, r jrj etch, to-morrow . ty U J 500 SINGLE BEDCOMFORT- , 0 C ERS.60 by 72 inches in site, wffled J. CQ I f 300 FINE SATEEN COM- 9 r-I ) FORTERS, filled with down.each. . VO S XJhe Continuation of )the Tfotion Sale evolvee some stunning values. Ws men- c tion just a few for to-morrow'e celling, j which are fair samples of the way we r are cutting prieee now. If you are a f S dressmaker, or if you ars not, you ought j to be interested : I I 5 PIECES 20 YARDS WHITE S f NON-TWI8TING TAPE OC 1 IMITATION SILK, 50 yerdt on 9 J 1 spool, ell dttirible colon, per ipool. . 46 C f 5 YARDS BLACK VELVETEEN BINDING, If, inches wide, per ( piece UCi I NEEDLE BOOKS, with all kinds f ol needles, made of the belt ma- ,- ( Stetial JOO 1 r ww- -waay wew r - - - w F " r - - - - -aw- v. r jft Jjhis Season of i Decoration I yon will find that at most stores prices C on lace curtain, and draperies and such i fixings have suddenly moved and up- S ward. Pleaee compare them with the v following quotations: J 1 350 PAIRS NOTTINGHAM LACE 1 CURTAINS, full length and width, actu- S ally worth $1.65, to-morrow, per j n ) 1 300 PAIRS NOTTINGHAM LACE ) CURTAINS, full length and width, for- 1 merly sold st $2.70, Monday, per 9 ir 1 200 PAIRS IRISH POINT LACE J CURTAINS, full length snd width, regu- 1 lsrly sold at $4.65, to-morrow, per 9 q jr 1 ,pslr O.CfO i , 150 FAIRS IRISH POINT LACE ( CURTAINS, full length snd width, regu- ? larly sold at $5.50, to-morrow, per -) S 75 PAIRS SILK DAMASK FOR- V 1 1 TIERES, full length snd width, many C 1 pretty designs snd colorings, heavy fringe i 1 st top and bottom, formerly sold ys rf 47 1 st $11.25, to-morrow, per pair, i U. TrO I 100 PAIRS TAPESTRY PORTIERES, 1 fall length and width, many dcaigm and 1 I colorings, ranging in price from $6.75 to $9, your choice to-morrow, per jr T c L lpair O.O t , 1,000 YARDS EMBROIDERED MUS- S LIN, 27 inches wide, many designs, regu- 1 larly sold st 15c. per yard, to-morrow ) ,only UC t because an llmbrella Ss Used only to ksep off the wet, "anything" r , ien't good enough. " Anything" will 1 prove too expensive by far. There is no 1 need of using " anything" but the good 5 . while we sell as follows : J , NATTY, STYLISH UMBRELLAS, ? about 500, covered with Union Taffeta, S ' Silk Carols and Taffeta Gloria, fitted with S ' steel rods, cues and tassels, 26 and 28 inch ) . sizes; there is a fine assortment of handles, 1 including silver trimmed, natural wood, Dresden, horn, Ac, and there is not one I umbrella in the lot which ordinarily would not sell for $1.75; your choice to- rj I morTow at " r basement Attractions ) , Down here in this big baeement there r ( isa busy hum from morning till night. It's ? 1 one of the busiest parts of the store, and C I that's saying a great deal. Prices like the r following are responsible for eorae of it : ) ' LAMPS, BANQUET I -a STYLE, all with centre draught r jffip a) burners, finished in gold, bronte 5 I f 5 J or gun metal, and fitted with N5s)!' columns of onyx, bronte, Dres- V . 2jr den china and porcelain, com- ' I k. D'eta w'tn exquisite globes, C j 4g3Jg Baccaret, St. Louis and other f KjfM niKn grde makes. These lamps J f QDfjfl arc worlh itom $2.50 to 55; f 1 VfTPV- to-morrow your choice f OC ' 41 at . O O ? TrW LAMPS OF EVERY STYLE, ? kW39 '"' "I"2'' conventional and odd 1 W shapei, all of fine decorated por- C 1 celain, with globes and shades to match. Each has the No. 2 centre draught burner, ) f and is trimmed with gold plated metal, C , actually worth from $5 to $8.50; 9 )) S , choice Monday at . tU 1 LAMPS OF EVERY CONCEIVABLE S STYLE, made of metal, porcelain and en- C ameli, tome with globei to match, every ' one worth not less than $7.50 and some S 1 worth $15; to-morrow your rf cfl 1 choice at r,tjU , LAMP GLOBES, 8, 9 and 10 inch lizet. The assortment includes Baccaret's French ) I goods, in all colon and decorations, such at " gold dragons, fleur-de-lis, Empire, Ac, alto r I some very fine hand painted Dreaden effects; ? these globes are actually worth from $2.50 C , to $7.50, but to-morrow we offer q C- choice at CiC 1 50c CHINA SUGARS AND CREAMS, L , Mondey both for 25. C , 50 and 75c CHINA TEAPOTS, fancy i shapes SSc S 1 45c CUSPADORES of fine porcelain, large shape 25c J 75c CHINA CRACKER JARS, nicely ( decorated 45a C ' 25c CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS, i 1 tea site, decorated Oc S 50c. CHINA SYRUP JUGS AND C 1 PLATES, decorated Sc I ' 75c. CHINA OATMEAL SETS, three C , pieces 45c 1 $7.50 FINE ENGLISH FISH SETS, b I beautifully decorated 3.75 ) 10c PEPPER AND SALT SHAKERS, ? ' with ailver plated topi Sc ? 1 25c. JELLY TUMBLERS, witb tin S topa. per doten J2c , hlVouhlnrof buying Carpet ( whatle your flret thought T To get it a. C 'cheap as possible, lent it T Next, you ( ' want durability and beauty coupled to- S gethor. Keaeonabiy priced, durable and j , artistie oarpete are the only kind we aril I here. The nrieen are lower than an- ;' where else, and you will find many de ( signs which are exclusively oure there- ( fore exclueively yours. For to-morrow ! BIGELOW AXMINSTER CARPETS, new fell ttylet snd coloring,, borders to 'match, actually worth $1.75 prr 1 Oat" S yard; ipscisl tor Mondiy at . . as tV 1 ' TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS, ? I double extra quality, choice styles and to! oringi, actually worth 90c; ipe:ial c C 1 ' for to-morrow at U OC ' WILTON VELVET STAIP. CAR I 1 PETS ot the belt quality, auJa'i'e for b - snd staiia, actually worth $1.35 per o C ' 1 yard; special for Monday I