f I 12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896. I
263 6th Ave.,
104 and 106 W. 17th St.
ENTRANCE THROtOlI runXITtlllE HTOI1E.
Cloaks and Suits,
Ladles' Tnllonvi Stilts In Clioviols, Vno
tlnn And (Irnnlto Clotlin. llnod tlmnit-hout
With hi'Hvy tflffotn silk, worth $23.00,
Ladles' Jackets In lino all wool Kersoy,
Mm ol rjox or " fro,lt9i Btrnppnd scums, lnietl
J jk throughout tvlthlhpAvymtln, worth $15,00,
J 'I i; Lfldlon'SllkorSntln Walnta In blnok nnd
II colore, corded fronts and BtoMc collnre,
'I worth $7.08,
fi ' "Wo extend to all the most liberal terms of
, I Furniture and Carpets.
f Open Saturday Eyenings until 9:30.
Brooklyn Store, 470 Fulton St.
Hi1 1 1Vcst 14SL
If "reliable" r
I f CARPETS
If TIME FOR RICH COLORS.
H 1 Tho latest colorings In our Brussels are
harmonious, subdued, nnd rich, though
j delicate tones nro not lauktnrr.
L,i Tlmo of low prices lower than another
' season Is likely to see, and this special prlco
S" cannot outlast a few days.
I BEST BODY BRUSSELS,
$1.1 0 per yd.
h (Regular price $1.50.)
k w Time to mako linsto November has tho
fi 5 reputation of belufr a dreary month out of
Is f doors, and should bo met with the utmost
SB ( beauty Indoors.
M B "Lonp Credit," with our low prices, means
c I ip money savinK as well as convenience
I I CASH or CREDIT
f I I (OWPERTHWAIT flg.
! 1 t 104- 106 and 108 West 14 St.
I 1 I NEAR 6TPAV.
i i BrcoMvn Stores: Flatbush Av. nar fblton St.
I k I gxeutatong.
i r RAYMOND &
I ' WHITCOMB
I TOURS & TICKETS.
1 1 hbit CALIFORNIA trais
vim W Ismvea New York I).p. 13, t! Alluny. Buffalo,
Uim & Chicago, Kansas City, and tlis Santa F llout. Kit-
llsK K Kn '"'a of loatlimlM sleeping at d dining cars.
IHE K Bound-trio ticket, valid returning unul August,
(lis1 i IBln't Including all uolnts r interest un the PaclOo
fisfi r Coaet. Hperlal reduced rates at hotels ta California,
rlall V Other California tour, later.
ff 11! Tour to Florida, Porto ltico, Mexico, Japan, En-
.1111! iv rope, etc.
I fl i Individual Travel Tirkiti to all poln:.
T m State information deilrcd.
I j RAYMOND & WHITCOMB,
. 31 E. 14th St., Uulon Square, Writ, New York
I K KXCUltSION TO
ill NIAGARA FALLS
1 K BOUND $8.00 u
311 Ttekcta- coins Nor. 23, and returalue an time to
OnII &' xud iDcludlue Nov. 2R-
glf LEHIGH VALLEY SYSTEM.
I EX Train, leave New York, foot of Cortlandt and Pes-
W3L presses sts.. at H:20 A. M.. 7:00, 8:00, and :!iO P.M.,
foot of West 2Rdat. at 7:50 A.M., n:50. 7:40, and
H S' ?2.1P- u- Brookljn Annei. foot of Fulton St., 7:45
a: A, M , tl:80. 7130, and 7:50 P. M.
1 X Pr further nartlculara apply at Lehigh Valley
n , ick.t Offlcn, ud at iii.ttru Paesenger Office. .11,6
I i Broadway.
I " sfEEP SEA FISHIXO.-Bteanier-AIiOLKIl ""daily,
A-' except Monday.: fare 60e.: 31at at.. K. B., 7:28:
Battery, H:Of; old lellable pilot Al fo.terou board.
b; ; "pisnrNO Batiirdayoii atr.ANOI.En: plenty black-
j - J-jSiu and codilah; so humbui:. AI, r'OHl HR, pilot.
C fl ,, Y nE oatche. codtl.h on teaner FOSTER at
K 1 , Cholera Dank, all wiek. Pally eicept Holiday.
I 1 I Eaat 23d at., 7:4; Iiatterr. H:JO ahari: (1. with
" l ; three bunclita bait; coca to Cholera Banka, weather
- j, Bt perrultUiJK.
I' ' I Wnntfrt to uvrhnst.
1 & It1-0 BOOKS, manilnra and romplete Ubrarlaa
U f V boUKht. rttnd for catalogue.
t ? JoS. 8U.K, 147 th av,
; I or mt.
1 1 WOODlpT
$IO AM) UPWABtU.
' A ehcioe of HIXTV, In all wondl; audlroa., fender.,
caa-lct.a ud crate., Tllu four and bathroom! a
JACKSON'S ONLY STORE.
&., 246 FRONT ST. KtL..
a ' - 8"1" addn.a for pa.t 71 ar.
j i i'ih'y ii.ii m1:tai..
i JSiVfT.00 "" 0IJ) U(U, ItKASS.COrl'Kll, ZINC,
' JEWTJilt. TKA LKAP, 0L1 lll'li TISrOII.. lllll.
j f TANNU.0J.U11OOKS, 4..hi:,SU Al'OVl'AI.CAltl),
.1 ? udl will call, any PA-lolly or Ji.-ooLlyu, ,ind allow
i R 7'u tb hiKUp.t oj.Ii vrlo,-.
r DUUNH'IKIN inn Vmunttt.. near Fraukturt t. ,
J f . lKSIi and OUlco-I'iiriiltnrr, low nn.l re-M '
, J l Jiand. .oeol.l low ptl -m till. .. k. urainn ,m.
' x . fully attended to. n, L Ml-VEf.rl, ,u .N..au t.
:j (' iiujuiifus: citimrrs.
18 K A -FINE KSTABMrUIKD hHOK hTOBE, "aioek
v il ri 'x aadnitiireiorajleohcii, ritiiiu. from boal-
, 'j t neea.JUJ.10N.ji7i Fulton l Jaiuaie., N, V. city.
If B rXAPE. re.taurai't aui bar. admiialily In.-a'ud'on
' IJ B, Jloer Broad ay. Hdr..H'AFli bu 1001 1' O.,
W Vewkoik. '
r lr OTAHT AAIL01lDEUIl'rtlNTW!rTi'liTnaK,''"i:a
1 ft w Hculan for taiup, tJHMONl) i:o ,l)eit.5B,i;nicaio.
r SSI nOO Jl'H tuy urlntliw ollice: cylinder.
Of wy 33i7i electrli' minor, blieridan cutter
J aj-lnchi six Job prea.ta, all with it, am intuitu .afe,
daak, olOe furniture, clit.ea, caaea. atands. ra.k.
IC Klca, cstaiwd about 300 kin fa of type.
J UUIUX U U VElt, box f0 Bun omct .
aMaaLMaWi-liuC. Jti'. .
iiiiiiiiiBiTLZV y"1 J'imi Una. - tnrtf-Slj'. .p1 ,',-!,
j; Pur Dept.
j; Special offering of fine Slone Marten Neck Scarfs, $1A 50
? cluster of tails; retail value $15.00 IU
o Alaska Sable Neck Scarfs, cluster of 12 large tails, CO 75 f
;; 2 heads; retail value 12.00 0 ;;
;; Mink Scarfs, duster of 10 tails, 2 heads 10 11
;; Vidorine of extra quality Alaska Sable, Persian $3C 00 ''
j; yoke, cluster of tails ju yy
J I To measure : " ; ;
;j Alaska Seal Jackets; retail value $200.00 150. ii
Persian Lamb Jackets ; retail value $200.00 . . . 35 E
' aJaBA-r W Btv sL ' "
I Ladies' Cloak Dept.
Just received, new Tailored Coats, strap seams, of Kerseys, j
t Meltons and Cheviots, heavy quality silk linings ; re- $19 00 I
tall value $16.50 ILm
Also Broadcloth Ulsters, silk lined, retail value $5f 00 i!
i Velour Jackets, trimmed with jet or braid ; retail $9C 00
value $35.00 LO
I BROADWAY AND 12TH ST. !
Tho Old Reliable Iluilnri. Excbnnse, 140
IF YOU HAVE a atore or builneea of any kind you
wiah fold quickly, without publicity, or want a part
nerircapttal foraiiy leisitimato enterptlae. callon ua.
"TNOLDEaTAnLlSHED dyeln and cleanlna and
-i bleachlnit catabliahment. located downtown. In
rludinif horse and wasoni dolni bu.lnosa for tho
trale only and for the Beat houses In the cttys price
only X7.O00. profits yearly 2,500; business now In
operation: elegantly equipped; experience unnece.
eary; highest of leforencea and the strictest of In
veattratlon allowed. For full particulars apply to
MoDONAI.D i wfoaiSS, 140 Nissau.
VN OLD-ESTABLISHED EXPHESS DU8INESH. lo.
-t- cattd downtown: now dolnir splendid limlnees;
price only 2.noo; unrn' umbered: pood reasons for
aellliur. UcDONALB WIOOINB, 140 Nassau.
HoTtSESiiOrTESf ABI.18HMENT, located in the
most prominent town In Sow Jersey; price
(1,400, includlnc atock and tools and appliances
that are necessary for tho business.
McDONAIJ) WIOOIN8, 140 Nassau.
A HOTEL. 22 rooms, loratod In Brooklyn, close to
threo frrrlee; old esUbllshed: price only 4,000;
long lease, free and clesr; now dolnit itood business;
reasons for selling, owner cannot attend to this ho
tel on account of halnn other buslnesa. Tor fuU
McDONALD k WIOOINS. 140 Naasan.
AllOUSEFORNtSlYlO BUSINESS, located In lares
apartment store uptown, west side: nicely
equipped: amount of atook on hand, 12,000: will sell
at cost price and rent the apartment for $103
monthly, including lease. Apply
Mcdonald Iogin, 140 Suuu
ADnr0 STORE, nicely equipped, eleeant location
Harlera;prico rt.oc)0; reoclpta2S daily: reasons
for eollinir. ill health of ownert old eetabUshed bust
neas; InvesUEate this opportunity. "
McDONALD WIOOINB. 140 Naeaau.
ACArE, located downtown: eleirantly equipped;
price l,r.00: lease five years; rent $l.ooo yearly;
now doing tod business; reasm for nelllng. has
other biislnes. For full particular, apply
McDONALD k WIOOINB, 140 Naasau.
A- SALOON and 7-room house, located close to New
ark, N. J.; price only 12,000: no opposition; In
cluding property in splendid condition; Rood rea
sons for sellinc. Particulars,
McDONALD k WIOOINB, laOjSasaau.
A MILK BUSINESS, es"ublihrd 1G years, located
uptown. New York city; now dolnc a splendid
business! price 110,500; selling RO cans daily; re
ceipts lin.ooo yearly; good reasons for selling. I or
full particulars apply
I McDOXALD t WIGGINS. 140 Nassau.
VFARM, located close to PouKhkeepsir, on the
Hudson, price 22.IOO; nicely equipped. Includ
ing rlensnt property; tine stock; unencumbered;
irason for selling, going In other busluess; ala;
wholesale ami retail milk route. Full particulars,
apply McDONALD WIQOIS, 140 Nassau.
A RESTAURANT, located on' 23d at.; nloely
J equipped; price only 4.rO0: unencumbered;
now doing good business; receipts 0 dally.
McDONALD & WIOOINS. UONasiau.
A OROCERY, located moat prominent corner In
Myrtle av Ilrooklrn; price S2.A00, Including
horse and wagon: now doing good business; receipts
;tO0 weekly. Full particulars, apply
McDonald a wiaoisfl, uoNassau.
A CHANCE. (1,000 buys the rights of the Bute of
New York, including 11,000 worth of stock, pat
ent ater filter and filter attachment; you can see
sample at our ollice.
McDONALD t WIOOlNa. 10 Nassau.
A VABNISU MANUFACTURINn BURINE19, old
jv established, located m Brooklyn: price only
(4,000; unencumbered: reason for selling owner
has other business and cannot attend to both. Par
ticulars apply McDONLD & WIOOINB. 140Naa.au.
A BEER AND MINERAL WATER- B0TTL1NO
-f V Bl'HINESH, located close to New York ity; old
rotabltehi'd, now doing good business; price Ci.OOO;
free and clear. Including horse end wagons, routes.
&c; Investigate this bottllni; business. Particulars
McDONALDA- WIOOINB, 140 Nassau.
A10-ROOM HOTEL, efecanriocatlcn, New York
city; no opposition and old established; Price,
(4,000; little caab required, balance can remain on
mortgage If necessary: rraona for selling this elc-
Sant hotel. ill health; also aeen yeara lease and now
olng good business; Investigate.
MCDONALD WIOOINB. 140 Nasstu.
ACATE AND RESTAURANT connected with a
large hall; prominent location, Harlem: pries
only (4.000; free and clear; rent only (126 p:r
month. Including five yeara lease.
McDONALD WIOOINB. 140 Nassau.
Including property: fully equipped! now in
operation: about IX acres ground: coal sheds, firing
rooms, all under ravers large engine lionse: main
building, 40x70; el horse power engine; everything
to make ill plant oomplete: easy t Tins.
McUOXAl.U NWQUl.NB. UONaasau.
TRY O00D8 "STORE, upper prt thla State.
--' estAbllsl ed 1M yesra by present owner, who
wtstus to retire; sell by Inventory: valuoof stock,
about (21.000; average business, (70,000 annually;
a splendid opportunity for some one
McDONALD WIOOINB, UO Nassau.
LUMBER. COAL AND FKED BUSINESS, all In one.
for .ale, (7,000: posltnelj making net prodt
(4.000 yearly; established by present owner ill
yeais, renajus silling, other business; this Is a
chance yon seldom have; book t show Just what the
bnslnt ss has done.
McDONALD b WIOOINB. 140 Nassau.
KOOERY.flO miles out, this State; average bus.
J ness (1,400 monthlr, all iosh trade; price
(I, POO; will lutentory this amount.
McDONALD k WIOOINB. 140 Nassau.
CflflnOT0. il-0'000 WANTED, absolutely
uuUjUUu protected; liige. pros;erous tnanu
faotuiiug business, this cltv; this money to extend
the biiilness. MlDONALD k W IOOIN8, 140 Nassau.
MEAT MARKET, Including tho property; price
(10,000; eaar terms; ratabllahed HI yean by
pr.snt awiier. who nlshes to go luto another busi
ness; this la a bargain.
MoliOKALD k WIOOINB, lo Nassau.
STEAM LAI'NDRV, "short distance out In New
Jorieyi fine horse and agun; o a hustler this
would certainly lie a bousns. sell iheati. Full par.
tloula.-. of McDONALD V10aiNH, 140 Naassu.
S-V10 000 T0 ,00n DLBIRED" uTenTaree
WU,WUU inaniifactnring business! staple llnea;
bustues long esublishedi I rodurt sold for a term of I
ytara; profits Urge; mil net inteslor not less than
110 per cent., runner tbiolutely protected. Particu
lars of McDONALD i WIOuINK. UQKaasau.
XARTNF.Rv,antcd wdli dr. ooo rash uapltal in a
veiy prosperous retail and manufap'-jr.ng bul
ptss mtl'iig large prolts, lo aiou in the 1et bust
11 "., intre of Niw York ctj, if dflr-d aln the
hole bus ness i an be bought! reaxius fur o-ll.uir.
sleltuets ami departure f j" Kur ,pe
MoDONAI.D 4. WKKITNB, 140 Nassau.
IMItrY wanted slth (a.onn to (' 0,000 for Uien'tr.
j'ise of uisnufacturiug pateuled srats targe i.rder
on Lkiiili this Is a valuable cliarco lor some one,
Full partlo ilar of
McDONALD jyig01K8. 140 Nassau.
J-OR HLE Staple manufa.-ruriiig-business" em
plojlng 26 lianJs, price (10,000; easy terms; ex.
ptrlence uniiei ressrj 1 thorough Iniestlgatlon
courted, lne.t'gute this,
MdHIXALD A WI0OIN8. 140 Nassau.
A' 000 WILLHEOl'RKanTntereatandposlilon",
,,,'w,uuu manufai turlug liusliitas. staple prod.
u.;t, sold byallgrwers; uulltoltcd field; gnat ousn
t tire uf order, nu hand! bluheat commercial refer
en. o. jlcDONAIJ) k WIOOINB. 140 Nassau.
TllY AND FANCY HOODS STORE, west aide, 'lUS ,
,le"", ,,r:c" ,H00.' "HI inveutory this; cause
aelling. death, a great bargain.
McDonald k wiaawu, io Nsusu.
-"" 'I ' I ' '', 1 -fj.friliiTs
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fe pisUvrS FiiNE J;iTHNrrURB
The Setting of the Feast.
Furnishings echo tho beauty of the ser
vice and the Rood cheer provided.
Wo aro prepared to mnko a room a lit de
scendant of tho rudo but glorious dining
halls of tho seventeenth century In Flemish
and English finished oak. Tho purity of
the Colonial period Is shown in nmhocany,
a happy medium between tho breudtn and
sobriety of tho old English and vigor and
playfulness of rit'inlh design.
China Cabinets .mil Cupboards in theso
rich wood's. Alfn ti it nntlimo oak designs
for $11.00. Lull- Curving Tables, S7.G0.
Inlaid Mahogany Knlfo Boxes, Ilrass
Trlmmed Mahogany Wlne-eoolers; Flemish
Spoon Racks not only servo their purpose
splendidly, but each tells of somo noblo tra
dition and boasts famous ancestry.
Factory prices are surprisingly low, for
Geo. G. Flint Co.
rACTORv; 154-and IS6 west 19?smi:rr
jEriiflinn Jiottls aud Statnuramu.
HOUI.UVAIll) ANI 031) ST.
Furnished In a Beautiful and Homelike Manner.
Conducted on the European and American Plans.
EXCLUSIVE MODERN FIREP.100F
Splendid Location, Very Accessible,
Perfect Cuisine, Efficient Service,
An Extensive Library of Choice Literature
has just been added.
Orchestral Concerts Every Evening.
THE BEST AT REASONABLE COST.
TV. JOHNSON UUINX, Proprietor.
Sherman Square Hotel,
BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST7ISTST.
Strictly a family hotel; cboioo suites, furnished or
unfurnished, to rent by the season or year. Cuisine
and servloe of the highest order, ltetca reasonable.
Location convenient to all parts of tho city.
AVALTKB LAWRESCE, Mnnnger.
WE8T 118TH ST., JUST OFF 7TII AVE,
Corner of St. Nicholas ave.
A modem fireproof select family apartment hotel,
offering accommodations equivalent to any in ele
gance of appointment, servlci and cuisine, at less
thsn half downtown rates. A few cholca suites of
2 and S rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished
by week, month or annual lease. AMERICAN PLAN.
Superbly furnished bachelor apartment of bed
room, sitting room and bath, from (SS per month.
EIFTH AV. AND 1STH ST., N. Y.
SELECT FAMILY HOTEL. European plan;r
flned and homelike; location most central; one blook
from Union Housre: THOROUOHLY RENOVATED;
25)X..,JIN,.!" BOOM: RESTAURANT OF NOTED
EXCELLENCE AT MODERATE PRICES. Large and
small suites (parlor, bedroom and bathroom! for
season or year, .
Transient rates: Single rooms (1.50: suites from
O per day and upward. BERNARD BEYER.
HOTEL MARTY Frenih Table d'Hote. 47 ffeit
?n . ,1 mthrlt. Lunch 40c,; Dinner
600., silne and coffee Inoluded; service a la oarte at
all hours. Rooms by day or weak.
HOTEL COMFORT, 4S and 47 Bowery-Under new
management, rooms 26c. dally. (1.60 to (2.00
weekly; steam beat.
comfortable and healthy; good table, mountainous
n?Atr,rr',,l'.,!;fll,,03m V""1 Central Station
torA.JS Pliley'a Hotel, New I'icston. Conn.
THE LAKE WOOD,
Only ninety minutes away.
The Flneit Water Cure on the American
Continent. Modelled after the Famous Charcot
Institutions at Paris; Insomnia, and Nervous
ness Hpoedlly UanUhed.
Splendid Private Baths, Model Oolf Grounds.
T, h. HIL1 .EOK, 1 eisee, Lakewood, New Jersey.
Ills IN ti DAY, Friday nnd HHtnr.lay.
Lakewood, New Jersey.
HOltACI! I'OHTKU, .Manager.
THE LAUREL" HOUSE
Lakewood, New Jersey.
DAVIK It, I'LUSIEU, Mainuger.
Ikewood's advantages for those desiring outdoor
lite and snort are known every where. Golf, drsg
hunting, driving, bicycling Ac. hplendid roads and
well-kept wslfci through the pines,
IF you want a patent quick, call or write to
LAW YK1 ruoin a2, 65 Liberty at.. N, Y,
1JATENTH for Inventions procured promptly: low
, rates. ROKDEIt k BIUESeN. B2 raisau at' V, Y.
IJatents-Hinti.-Book'snd advice free. EdgorTata I
k Co., Patent Solicitors, 245 Broadway, Nsw York.
tnaneiige KiSil vnanenge i
Sale. I wPHSS l Sale !
S Tho first wook of tho Chdllongo Snlo proved a veritable triumphal nmroh. Much as tho past record of ohallongo salos justified ) I
c us to expect and porfootly awaro of tho groat attractive forno of tho valuos provided for tho occasion wo confoss wo wore not quite I
preparou for such an overwhelming response But famo follows merit whorovor it goes. Good news spreads fost and bettor nows ) I
r concerning goods and prices than Uub Challongo Salo is rcsponsiblo for wos nevor promulgated by any store. ) I
3 The socond and last wook of this romarkablo salo begins Monday under inoro favorablo auspices ovon than tho first. Wo I
? know juBt what is oxpocted of us and Tho Big Storo will riso to tho occasion. You may thoroforo come to-morrow prepared to sco ) I
p choico morchandiso sold at record-breaking figures oach prlco out and out to tho core, so that whon this, our fourth somi-nnnu.il ( Zr
Challengo Sale, will tako its placo in tho history of Tho Big Storo alongsido its threo famous predecessors, it may not havo to blush ( I
S for want of public approval honestly earned. ) I
UAere Ss 9fo better Place g Sn the I
? In New York to buy Shoos than Tho Big Store. We prove this every dny. So docs fiC'vrklsS' t- "Tifctei CH Xi J (T f I
C the public. We vvUl prove It again to-morrow jib follows : c , v .vi?Sj3.'"'v)y ?iNwSary91 oi LjnfTfA' Jmti I
S fL ,, WOMEN'S BOX CALF EXTENSION SOLE SHOES, (jf &&l&fM SSVa iTV? ''" XCyCtT
?V ( msde on the newest lists, tegultrly sold at $3.00, challenge fK lrSr' Vj iMRrf WS-' Xj 11 I
C , W"l price, Mondar .OS) W SMia iKfevrr'fN VVH . W tfffy T" ' LjlCtl(?nnf ( I
? I "vaMtl WOMEN'S FINEST KID HAND SEWED WELT EX-S Wy? fcK 'VAL (("M ' I ,'c"t ' c )
C I tt)o TENSION SOLE SHOES, lace or button, patent leather tips, i LXJ 'SSw' bXyJjSM k O i Groat ai )
I II "i' puaranteed value $3.00, challenge price, Mondsy f.9S? ( 'jjr . 1 .lA L'viJ'al1 rrs' fMy9 were the H
fe WOMEN'S PARTY AND EVENING SLIPPERS, beaded S r&T JSeKA WV$ ' Vttecr. values thnt r?
S rS l$! Tamps or plain vamps, with straps, guaranteed $3.00 and $3.50 yi jwjjr ) fcrXiT proved bucIi nn irreslst- I
C Sv lX'A&r goods, challenge price, Monday S.OOf I & ijraWJX f MIJ "''o trade mnqnet last i I
5 (l&i MISSES' FRENCH CALF LACE SHOES, with dull kid S I T5Kj i fl IV wook, wo'll eclipse them S I
S I , f v9. '0P' le on'T kind of h"c suitable for school wear, regularly 5 QSSs f I no,v ' stylo, quality, rich- f I
( rv riSv worth $2.00, challenge price, Monday .SO? y C fflT J ( est trimmings nnd ox. 1
) CNJSv . , BOYS' TAN LEATHER LEGGINS, with three ) W M ' qulsito workmanship, all
S Sa Stv buckles, also of. corduroy, In blue, black or brown, C V I fflQ. m , tho essentiul qualifications
C x V challenge price OSa f J JHlX JcfHrikSl of sunorb dresi will h S tfl
J F15 f' YEAL CALF.,STOiIT.OEuS',,wUN r,V5rr 11 0 connected Monday with S
S S!aswe j,r'1re fiIled tolivctT durable and stylish, challenge VU ? I Pm Vkv5 JiTl-h prices bordering on the f" R
f gaaai i.ijispricc .SO? J WIjjHK). jiMMr ' phenomenal. Ifyou'll read 7
, 9tA.v,. J, 7T,. f 1 y V fy&- "fr yu will buy that much
j JUimngs i utmonff tna uojs s v y' " ,', a certainty.
t i .t) 7: thero'8 manJ a suggestion for Xmas LADIES' HIGH CLASS TAILOR A SALE OF LADIES' HIGH CLASS i I
at JiallGnfQ UrtCOS, J shopping. There aro novoltios of all MADE JACKETS, o extra quality Ker-) TAILOR MADE SUITS, fly front, tight S
C PERCALINE, fully a yard wide, black ? sorts at one sort of prico the lowest sey, in all the newest shades, silk lined fitting and double breasted styles, plain or (
or colors, usually sold for 12ac. a yard. ; ? possible: J throughout, value $18.00 and $20.00, for I flounce skirts, all jackets silk lined through. I
challenge price, Monday 6-2e BEAUTIFUL DOLLS, 13 inches long, Monday, special, at the challenge price 3 out, some percaline lined skirts, others (
TAFFETA SKIRTINGS, fully 36 inches J dressed after a new fashion, complete with S ; ' S.S0sik lined, made of cheviots, broadcloths, C
C wide, fully worth 18c. yard; challenge ? shoes, stockings and bonnets, fitted with i LADIES' SEAL PLUSH CAPES, of Venetians and fancy mixtures, suits which H
price, Monday Se moving glass eyes, bisque heads, flowing p "1 quality, elaborately jetted and braided, ) sell regularly for $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 ) H
) RUSTLE TAFFETA SKIKTINlj, in a ) hair and full jointed bodies, nicely put up "" w" " quality or satin ana mmmea J ana ibJU.uu, to close, for Monday, special, (
few colors only, positively worth 5c. a yd. j in a box; challenge price 33c around the edge with skunk, value $16.50, i at the challenge price of S.OO ) H
challenge price, Monday c STRONG, WELL FIN ISHEDC Monday's special challenge price. ...O.O01 A SPECIAL SALE OF MISSES HIGH (
C CHANGEABLE SILK LINING, all CHILD'S CHAIR, seat 10 by 10 inches, $ LADIES' FINE QUALITY BOUCLE CLASS TAILOR MADE SUITS, of)
f shades, worth 25c. a yard; challenge price, c 22 inches high; challenge price .ScSCAPES, of extra length and extra sweep, c cheviots and fancy cloths; jackets silk $ H
Monday. Se GENUINE CHAUTAUQUA BLACK- san "ned throughout, trimmed with full ( lined throughout and skirts percaline lined: S M
J MOREEN VELOUR, fully 32 inches BOARD AND DESK, with studies in slunk collar and edging, value $18.00, for j at regular prices these suits would bring
wide, black or colors, regularly sold for 25c. drawing and spelling, regularly sold at I Monday, special, at the challenge price of f $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00; for Monday, 1 H
1 yard; challenge price, Monday 4c ? $1.75; challenge price ff3cf . SO special, at the challenge price of . .O.OoL H
I ING, ONCE MORE AND LIKELY FOR 7?L J i Oft. S . .yrjy i
the last time, monday, at the vio Ksctrpot ?s s umos ana JLtouors at Lnattonao Srrces in tho I m
S CHALLENGE PRICE OF Wc) ., T a x ? j xo , ,, r7 sr y "" tv i IB
vvvvvvvvwvv, Wf? flffcw fiiffraw wm, fa weiru Store. 1
5 Votions at VSSSil genu!ne Three s,ar "?JsvS $ ,7:JE,WE,L 7fTCHES I 1
1 ? nl)n ,, 53o ialy pattern or an unfashionable carpet ';in-j:sh:;" Here a the description: S
( OAalOnge JriCQS, Sor a shoddy carnet-becauso wo STvilli Seventeen jewels, full nickelled, patent
50 YDS. BLACK MACHINE SILK, a none. As lor pn'ces. here thoy are :- ' price. Der "t elsewhete at doubI' h ( regulator, expansion balance movements, in I
S do" RSls- 'iM V V' : Sc $1-2S AXMINSTER CARPETS, select Cal'ifornia Port," AriVelica.'Sherrv." Tokav I f EW fiJledoCfta se of h.."1 desl?n.' warra!,t,!d
, BA7TEBER BRAID' liDen " Ct I s'y'es and coIorin. challenge price! . . JtSc and Musca'el, 6 'yVarf o d lim lar' to ta- ) Id.d Lr V.Ur'' " " W""7 ) I
ton, desirable widths, a dozen j ards 7c 3 i so WILTON VELVET CARPETS C nn.ieil. n .i er . i.t tT. lu "" adapted for railroadmen; worth every
i B-ATTENBERG RINGS, small and me- Loftn I
dium sizes, a doien 2c ? challenge Dricc .. .(?tf)pe M jc. n.r hnt ' THE SAME WATCH, open face style, i
BONE CASING, silk stitched, in black, S $12f ILf6ii VELVET CARPETS, "st". U&ffzJ'&nwl S i,'ilri 7 I
white, blue, pink, &C, 9 yards in pieCC.ASV suitable for rooms also for halU anrl stairs ? it, r,,L ,.., ,.. Ja-l Mi,N'! SOLID SILVER OPEN FACE H
WATERPROOF SKIRT FACING AND ) ffin7prlM halls and stay, ( il7.Frene: h P P case ... . . . tfC 0R HUNTING 17-JEWELLED
BINDING 6 inches deep, with velveteen J 'foe?8 TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CAR supJio? tol Z S perTase, Ps- i WATCHES- w'h - allenge price, )
edge; challenge price, per yard So PETS choice stvlej in lioht and dark n,, Knt JW C 9.7S H
WHITE NOrl-TWISTING TAPE, 12 1 fhades, challenge S $2-S0 WATERBURY TRUMP?
pieces, assorted widths, 2 packages Set acC 'aratf rARPPTS V'u'llv'Jfi'tnreies T"- f b WATCHES; challenge price .0) H
(WHITE BASTING COTTON, 500 S wide, BrusseT. lS.oAe JfaVOS ANSONIA STEMWIND WATCHES;
yards, per spool 3c J i.npB nr;ce j i ,-. - C challenge price .St
? CROCHET COTTON, all colors, 200 1 vv'CrWWw i YJonta Jtnnnt'rrtnn f B0YS' SOLID NICKEL WATCHES, ? W
I yards on spool 1 (7 1 t a T) ) t JZZ?vJzJl with second band; challenge price. . ..-?J C M
I WHITE LISLE CORSET LACES, 2 sjianCOtS, J'lannGtS x, JlFSPHSTfSh, MEN'S SOLID NICKEL WATCH, C
yards long, silver tipped, per dozen o , m- ,. t , MiLfvL0R'ALCPNY' with second hand; challenge price. . ..c? )
HAIRPINS IN HARDWOOD CABI-S and VSUSttnS. C EXTRACTING ITEM.-Over 10,000 WOMEN'S SOLID SILVER CHATE-
NET, 80 pins 3cl ,., . '. , , ... ? consecutive extractions in two years and not ? LAINE WATCHES; challenge price,. SS )
f vvXuvevkevvr-. i Winter is here. If ever you need blnn- f one bad result. Possible only by the Hayes C WOMEN'S SOLID GOLD CHATE- (, H
7 Ph GJ. S 8 I1'8. n?W a"d Yhen ?9ain 1 r"?'.... .,. LAINE WATCHESichallenge price,jr.f7 ?
JUOatner COOtiS at ? expect to have such a chance to buy V TREATMENT ITEM. Over 10,000 A NEW CRACKER JAR with hand- S B
( St 11 fTi . 7 them at tho prjees this challenge sale teeth considered "hopelessly gone" by their some quadruple plated top, e'qual to those S
Sjiatienqe UriCeS, makeB possible . 3 possessors saved by our specialist on treat- f? sold elsewhere at $2; challenge price. .9Sc I
) RUSSET COLOR DRESS SUIT?, WOOLLEN BLANKETS, several hun- jCHALLEGE PLATE AT QUADRUPLE P L A T E dJs U G A R
S CASES, muslin lined, with inside straps, dred .Pai"' cc0,!,n w"P'",ra, )"' and MHen .! .n ( S BOWL, complete with 12 Rogers tea-
( leather covered corners, brass plated lock ( f,uPe"or,fine fin"hi Monday, at fully one- Consultation and examination free. spoons; bowl alone worth $2; challenge i
and catches . third below regular prices. 1 E. P. HAYES, D. D. S., Mgr. ; price for spoons and bowl complete. ..9sS
BLACK GRAIN LEATHER WRITING " PaIrs l !Ab- Blankets, fully worth N-v.ev,, H
) TABLETS, with two paper and envelope ) $2-50 pa". Mon Qayat,apair S- (7 (T Y . 7 ... . fry m .
packets, stimp receive? aPnd oxidized M $Lt t IJill S2oocs I
CELLULoib' ' ' PHOTOGRAPH " ALO 2" Pai" o S'f ad 6,lb- Blankets, really 5 for less than we sell them. Considered as a whole, our Book Store is a very won- ) 11
BUMS, with decorated cover, holding from wo'vn rnn'pp.?' 1 Z if'Sf .derl,uI P.laC.e- " conta'n.3 the newest as well as the oldest books. The assortment ( Kl
( 30 to 40 pictures, carte de visite an3 cabi- C . 1t" V . : v7"Ti ' W? n ? ',3 simP1y, mmense. The prices ore another cause for wonderment. Here area H
) nef r j.ff r? inch Comforters, weight llt lbs., scroll C few sample items: ( H
S GENTS'" GENUmEALLiGATORHIP 5 fiae' KSV Jut larej ,led i jflv FUNK&t COMPLETE WORKS OF ROBERT S M
I POCKETBOOK, contains five change com-S back.s' value aU o 1-50 ch, Monday, fajfo WAG - f? BROWNING, new uniform edition, 9
partments, stitched all round 4Sc nnTnnnRPTVJrjVT'tVoVnVriifn; ? 5Kf Sr N A L L'S C volumes, cloth, published at $20, chal-) ,1P
LIZARD SKIN PURSES, leather lined, ). OUTDOORFLANNEL, elegant designs, f3s2ff S T A N - C lenge price ,.7.4S M
centre change compartment, very special, ZASC DICTION0 S FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR, by 1
; a,BLACK-"sATIN-ASTORIA-SASH$ ,. T0WKLS size 20x45 inch, of superior SvJv ARYrftheV pli::'"' PUbliShed ,l $3-S' ihjj ) B
BELTS, good quality, wide ribbon, choice ',nen damasf' ",,h , borders, overwork and ) rv neli'yKlrvn'n'WAAV'f? "S
( or several different designs and patterns in ? fr,n?e,i 7uld be cheaP at 25c- MaiSl 0113 Language, $ A?LE0.N FROM CORSICA TO ST.
f buckles oxldiied or eilt .? 5 Pec'ali at 2 f-2c I ySSbhmeKWV bound ln5HELtNA' de luxe edlt'0n, H by 14 S
f iJjj BLEACHED CAMBRICS, fully a yard ffitfV luU sheep inchcs' 30 PaB". including 20 full paged S M
O , , ) wide, regularly not obtainable for less than RffiMfiSS?" published at 7 coIored Plitesi prepared expressly in ( Hj
S IStgarS at 8c a yard, Monday, special, at 4c 3 Ss )ajac. $12 rJ" SO France E'1' edges, beautifully bound, ) H
i ft ) 7 ; s;eyv-pve- mWcH RAND & S publl5hed at $4' ch3lInec price .9S S
LnationgQ Prices. SorAaas uAoro Ss '& ' v iate' m'nally s ENCYCLOPiEDiA of quotations, U
I' Beoausa a man haa monev to burn in ' wsw w w , ., ty ysti. INDEXED S treasury of wit, wisdom, humor, ? B
n.. 2oU 9oed 5STADAnDATLAS,0FJP,W?RP'tTr?0,'n&,C,-! bd'n cloth, 'published 5 H
ofitthnnls necessary. Perhaps you do "f' "" "' "? u f " '( a "?''" M PJE; 16 by 22 inches, at $1.50, challengepnce 7Sc ( l
not realize how much you ean economlxe in the folio wing list to properly wel- 1 199 pages of which are maps, and 63 large S A NEW EDITION OF WILL CARLE- (
and still please your smoke palate by com.e your Thanksgiving turkey. If so, $ colored comparative statistical diagrams ot S TON'S .FAMOUS POEMS, Farm Fes- ? H
trading here. How do these prices strike don ,or9et that ,hls is Challenge Sale enormous value, published at $20, challenge tivals, Farm Legends, Farm Ballads, City
touT ? Week: pric e. SO J Ballads, City Festivals, prettily bound in C 11
3 SEIDENBERG'S FIGAROS, regularly n OUT GLASS WINE AND LIQUOR ? BISMARCK; GERMANY'S IRON (cloth and illustrated, published at $1.25 a ) l
sold at 5c. ; box of 100, only one to each ( DECANTERS, large or small size, with or CHANCELLOR, by B. Garlepp. The volume, challenge price 7Se ? Ifl
purchaser; challenee price, Monday AP without handles, reduced from $3 to chal-j oook in its appointments is worthy of the S THE STANDARD OPERAS, The 1V
LA INTIMIDAD, clear Havana Cuban SlenJPric!lVv;"S;v?i The paper on S Standard Cantatas, The Standard Ora- Hi
hand-made cigars, a special lot at less than T,IASo,ioTV0IEA5DTBa0sFvEl' .whch, " U P,ri"ted i ric? and itavy' the ,orios' The s'dard Symphonies, by ) ,W
factory prices' ? FINGER BOWLS, ICE CREAM NAP-( type large, clear and perfect. The great ) George P. Upton; 4 volumes, in cloth, pub- S fi
Concha Reinas, box of 50; challenge fIESu AND TABLE TUMBLERS, all of ) feature o this sumptuous volume is its V lished at $6; challenge price, J4.32-, sin- II
price 7,Jo(Rae b""lan' cut Blass choice challenge wealth of illustrations. There are 615 il- gle volumes .Os W
Purltanos'EVpVcWeVboVVa' 5'6rcWP,c;" j?jff f lustrations, 19 of them in colors, each cov-( A CHRlsfMASCARbL.'by'charles ? 11
lenge price..... .2.2S? CELERY TRAYS, of finest Carlsbad 3 ering two full pages. Your choice of the Dickens, with photogravure portrait ot C
5,000 SUMATRA WRAPPER COM- ) chi!a' Tatl?ui, sbaP and decorations, ac-1 original German or the English translation. 3 Dickens, 16 half-lone Illustrations, printed
BINATION HAVANA FILLER PURI- tuiUTw?5,h TVvrf hilv:,!?e l!,ceV A" 4Se ITt'l quioto L'f.e' eIcBtntly bound pub-! in two tints, from original drawings by I.
TANOS, a cigar made to sell at $2.25 ; I SALAD AND NUT BOWLS of fine "shed t $8, challenge price only.. . .3. SOi M. Gaugengigl and T. V. Chominski,
box of 50, challenge price , china, decorated with various designs, worth TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE, by 1 bound in fsney cloth binding, with gilt top; (
e-rkNyyevx,v. I up to 50c. ; challenge price Se f Charles and Mary Lamb, two vols., illus- S published at $3; challenge price . .O
. O? 2. J TURKEY PLATTERS, 16 and 18 inch trated with full page photogravures, bound S ST. ELMO, by Augusta J. Evans, beau- S
aaCGSj ( GCKlVCar size, of fine English porcelain, handsomely in elegant half morocco, published at $5.00, tifully illustrated, 2 volumes, published at
. ft ... Cdecorated with arious designs and colors, challenge price 2.2S '$5; challenge price . ,.2.So(
and lQlltnaS, f worth up to $3 j challenge price .OO f -''y'-'NXw'v"Nk.s-
I nin ;,,. ii r si,.m .1 . 1 . , TABLE GLASSWARE, from the Bac-S .-t. -v vrVy-v.-v
c Ualnty allnirs, all of them the latest J -.,,, c, i.i, p.i-i. m..;. a... 3brt9l t i rslt C
nX'rhafthVndceTso'eTa.0" PitW Ostrtcl dPlumGS.
note that the prices also are dainty: C erades as follows s fl?i3?W VAiMffifSrV w i
POINT DE VENISE ALL OVER Win'es ner dozen challenge orlce 9 EaaSsf SKWsXvaai? Wee fl;,unat8 "nouoh to have a big stock come C
? NETS, the latest effects, much in demand KftrdSrcfew ffiSJHTr fh.'!-' J." 'j l,m? fot ? Cballen? fa,B- ?e of (
? for dress fronts, 21 inches wide, regularly price. .. P 2sl aSfiF " -arOt and best manufacturers in the world, one )
sold from $1.2 to $1.50; challenge pric; l , P ;- l WW S?. ToTo Tr X-
S ItOUSSELINE DE SOIE,' b'Uek,' white I SALTS AND PEPPERS c.8f fine v e"al pr'Ce9 f" win3 nre th.e reuIt : J 1 1
I or cream, 42 inches wide, worth 59c?1. yard fitUd L"hSr"A;VX" andcJlworfh?' It " "',? S STRICH P.MES' 3'4 Uih' ) J
? challenge pric 3S ) challenge price. - anQ colors, worth 49c, challenge price, .r" and cream, worth 98c. and $1.25, challenge ( if.
( cORDED TAFFETA SILK, white, TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS" of 'fine OSTRICH PLUMES, 3 length black f "irv ,V-.VaVX VaVWi;' ' S9i i JU
C "ra, black and all seasonable coloring., Carlsbad and Japanese china, all decorated; only, worth 75c, challenge price. .. . . .49c S A(lK AMAZON PLUMES, worth ( .1,
21 inches wide, worth $1.2a; challenge ? challenge price oc S nCTornt mimfe.i ,, u, ,( l-95, challenge pric .2S ) f
price ssci CARLSBAD CHINA DINNER SETS OSTRICH PLUMES, 3-4 length, black ) 14-inch PLUMES, French curl, worth S Jk
LIBERTY SILK NECK BOAS, with 102 pieces, fancy shapes, including sou. onl-'' WOrth $1' cge price SSc I $21 dozen, challenge price, each.. ,.f.2S '
plaited ends and full ruche, 9Sc quality, an tureen, all beautifully decorated with gold, a J IN ADDITION TO THIS THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL EVENT IN I
' omfATb2IBK2lal,,Ci,alfe Erice---- 9l regular white and gold set, actually worth 7 . Jgf7ji. !Jv
i vsSAJXIiAND VELVET STOCK COL-S $20.00, here for Monday a . ....9.7s GrimmOCl i?n MNffl) S
S f.ARS, 5 rows plaiting, all colors, well 1 FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS, ""''"V" ii( tlllTlGri, VO (
l !lCi! pieces-pretty shapes-artistic decora- ? We shall offer you some very clever conceptions in SMjt )
irt, , rtti 'K'w ? tionI in nstura 1 colors, including soup tu- $ Trimmed liata, choice, stylish nnd absolutely correct, "sSwi3 b
) Oriental StfuOS. '""' X)$ lltf?& 'ftiX&l' StlwochaIlengaprleei, ,&ZC2&SVVkU S
300 NEW DAGHEsfAN RUGS, aver- J &a1.CE? OO rf ? firtM I
t age size 3 by 5 feet 6 inches, worth double here for Monday at 2SOi JSS JC & IS PtffttSE!uZ I
I ,nP.r,e!T,ch.11n.gePric 6.SOK THEO. HAVILAND'S FRENCIiio . a y. T4 50 )
? a OTtTtD,1?-. DAGHESTAN CHINA DINNER SETS, beautifully dec) vnr IT? 7773 fTsre tV JYZ ft? I
) AND SHIRVAN RUGS, average size 4 by) orated with flowers in natural colors: I Sr7ZI7fit?a JT, CllS, VUjaji HO ?
chauingVpHc" Ple"' 1C,U"r ""Vs JJ"' ClUill Wrtb $37 S ,WMEN'S "ATS, fancy braided Tarn o Shan.er crowns, sC f l
I 100 LARGEGUENDJES ANri Mn'lf it?' i .' V. V ecWif-SO 'r'mned with quills, dress effects, challenge price 9Sc tV-J J7
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