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$4 BLANKETS, $2.98.
.40 pairs of 11-quarter Double Bed Blankets, made of selected California wool; with red or blue borders. Nice soft quality; sold reg + ularly at $4.00; for Thursday only at........ + $2.50 LACE CUR TAINS, $1.79. 1x pirs of English Not tiUgham Lace Curtains, 3% yards long; full width; In a variety of new 1R05 pat tcrns. Regular $2.50 values offered for Thursday $ onlr' $9,79 at............ PORTIERES, $2.69. 140 pairs of Tapestry Por tierez, Zwo inches wide. In rich armure weaves; finish 1d with heIavy fringe; strict ly reversible. Regular $3.08 $ value for Tliu-rsday ,nly- $2 6 foat...... 1gc. WHITE WAIST INGS, 12%C. 44 New Fall White Figured Mercerized Waistings,. also in correct basket weave ef + feet: sold regularly at 19c. a yard; + fr Thurs day only ll/1 e at............. 25c. GLOVES, Zic. W'%'omen's Lisle Jersey Gloves, in mode, gray and white; all sizes. Sold reg ularly at 25e. a pair; for Thursday only, pair at 8c. and roc. HAND KERCHIEFS, 4'4c. Choic-e of Women's Hand kerchiefs, in a variety of styles. Including, pure linen Initial, Embroidered and Lace Edge, Mourning border, tucked and hand drawn bordered; also men's Plain White and Fancy B o r d e r Handerchiefs; worth 8c. and S10c.; for *rhursd-y only at...... .... 12y2c. HANDKER CHIEFS, 73/4c. Women's Sheer Quality Swiss Embroidered Hand kerchiefs, some with lace edge and hand drawn, hem stitched bor der. Actual 12%,c. values for one day at ................. 49c. SILK MITTS, 25C. 33 dozen pairs of Women's Pure Milene Silk Mitts, 16 button length, black only. Regular 49c. value, for Thursday only, pair at............. 5c. COLLARS, x2c. Pretty Embroidered Turn down Collars, in half a doz en dainty designs, sold regu larly at 5c. each; offered for Thurs day only, each72 at.. . . . . . . . 4122c. NECKWEAR, 5c. Turn-Down Collars of Rib bon Embroidery Beading, with large Swiss medillions. Regular 1212c. value. For Thursday only at.... 39c. VEILS, 22C. Ready-made Chiffon Veils, in brown, navy and white, with hemstitched cross stitching; sold e regularly at 39c. For Thursdi.y2)"C (1nly a ........... e. Ae25c. MALINE RO SETTES, 16c. Mallne Rosettes for the hair. in white and all want ed colors, includ ing Coque de Roche. Regular 2-,c. value. For I 6c Thursday only at 8c. EMBROIDER IES, 4/c. Cambric. Swiss and Nain sook Embroideries, Edges an d insertings to match, Swidths up to 4 inches; qual iti es sold regu larly ait 8c. a yaird. For Thursday only, y,ard........... 5c. LACES, i'%c. S1.4 yards of German Torehon Laces, in a variety d o d d e p tterns, guar wot dTc. a yd.~ 4,only yard, at. ro.and r ac. LACES, 5c. Ekxtra Heavy German Tor ,*chon Laices. up to 3%, SIn' hes wide. bands to maith si'oldl regu a ad. For Thurs 4 69c. ALL OVERS, 48c. SHandsome Venice All-over SLaces, 1X inches wide, in severa new designs, for t r imming purposes. Regu hiar me4. va.ues, for one day. yd., Soc. CHIFFON, 37c. SAll-silk Chiffon and Mous 4,g se'line de Soie, 42 inches w ide, in black, white and al wanted col rs; sold regu lary at 50ic. a ' yard-for Thurs day only at.... Z6gc. DRESS NETS, 44c. La Tosca Dress Nets. in black and white. 45 and 72 inches wide; sold regularly at flOc, a yard. offered for rIA Bargain Thurs-u'i day at.... - x9c. RIBBON, zic. Number 2 All-silk Satin Gros Grain Ribbons, in all colors. 10-yard bolIt s, s olfd usuaSy at 19e., 1)1 f or Thursdayui only, per bolt.... 12%c. RIBBONS, 7%4c. All-silk Metallic Taffeta Ribbons, 3 inches wide, soft non-crushable q u a I i t y, worth 12%c. a yard, for T hursday only, yard... PILLOW TOPS, x8c. Brand new style. in Fancy Lithographed Pillow T'ops, in 7ariety of pleasing designs, s olId regularly a t 25e. each, for Thuaa nl a,.... ...... No mail or 'phone orders filled for these Bargain Thursday Sale Items. In some instances quantities restricted to a reasonable amount. Store Closes at 6 p.m. excepting Saturdays. Open Saturdays Until 9 p.m. Anothe ThTi BATTENB'G GOODS. Battenberg Thread, 2%2c. di spool; Battenberg Rings, 2%c. a dozen; Battenberg -1l Braid, 36 yards for 25c. Se 75C. SCARFS, 49c. Handsome Linen Bureau I Scarfs with Mexican drawn work border; Pillow Shams to match. Reg ular 75c. value for Thursday only............... $4.98 MATTRESS, $2.98 Good quality Bed Mat tresses, cotton filling top and bottom. with combina tion center, carefully bound and finished; covered with good, durable ticking. One and two piece. Regular $4.98 val- $ 9 ues at....... 12y2c. LININGS, g3/4c. Our regular 12%c. line of yard-wide Percale, guaran teed midnight fast black. Of fered for Thurs day only, yard, at........... GEISHA LINING, 29C. Geisha Silk is the new lin ing that looks exactly like silk and wears better. Comes in black and a complete line of shades for fall Regular p r I c e, 3Wc. a yard. For Thursday only, yard................ BORAX, 7c. LB. The famous 29-Mule Team Borax, for all household uses, sold regularly at 12c., offered for Thursday only, full one-pound packages, at....................... SOZODONT, 12C. sh Sozodont Liquid, for the teeth, offered as a special value - n just for tomor row's Thursday 1 Bargain Sale, at w1 AMMONIA, 32c. Large size bottles of Household Ammonia, guar- - anteed full CA] strength, offer- I ed for Thurs day only, at.... Thb Soup HOT WATER BOT- rg ,39c. Fno Enu TLES, 39-plate 2 - quart Seamless Hot- Thur water Bottles, with three hard rubber pipes and 3% ft. rubber tubing. Sold regularly at the 50c. For Thurs- the day only at....... the You TOILET SOAP, loc. For Box of three cakes of only Genuine Witch Hazel and - Buttermilk Soap. 35 for toilet and Po bath, offered for well. Thursday only at Cofff regu GOLD DUST, 3%c. 8 Fairbank's G olId D us t only Washing Pow -_ der; regularly everywhere at 5c. pakag...Foi die; CORNSTARCH, 3%2c. A' Best Cornstarch, sold lery regularly at oc. Price a package. Of- Thus fered, instead, J at..............S Eij SUIT CASES, $i.69. sa Karetol Waterproof Dress regu Suit Cases. 6 inches deep; F o made with steel frame, only well-protected leather cor ners, brass trimmings. In- RI( side straps and l c k. - R eg ula r o Bol $2.50 value.., less 29c. KIMONAS, z8c. only 240 dozen Women-s Short Colored Lawn Kimonas; yoke biack and front; plaIn Ch; borders. Chokce of neat Coni stripes and polka weld dots. All sizes. 10 c. R e gul ar 29c. 1J~Thui value......... TOILET PAPER, 5c ir Perforated Tissue Toilet reg Paper. of superior e a e quality; 1,000 sheets -j" f or to the roll; sold only regularly at 30... TOMATOES, 6c. i The famed -'Nanticoke" niert brand of T )matoes; known deco t o e y e r y housekeeper ishes by its delicate er u flavor and fine qual- 3Nv 1.5 Ity. Offered, per Thus can................. at... BAKED BEANS, 4c. "Red Line" brand Bakied the Beans and Tomatoth Sauce. One of the 0 best on the mar- xon ket. For Thur.- regor day only........ ol SALMON, 8%c. *1Red Fox" Brand Pink Gel Salmnon; s olId _ tknoi regularly a t fL.,y ton 15c. a can. For I)Per Thursday only.. Thu, SCOURING SOAP, a%/c Wrigley's Scouring Soap, U] large c a ke s; Chi sold regularly a at Sc. each- /erC For Thursday rod only----------fr - $rs.98 SUITS, $7.85. F 0 Cloth. of Gold Shtrtwaist only Suits, made with full blouse waist of deep tucks anid vest 35c. effect, high kilted .shirt; S-q formnerly CoyE s old atai $15.98; for $7 . ~ a Thursda j qJ e only, at...... ,THE DEPENDABLE STi kr Rousing List rsday On this page of Thursday ed reasons for visiting Goldei e great list is the result of g Iling, and, combined In one dg viting buying opportunities y Price-traditions are smasl tow a single idle moment tom Wrappe Famous "M. hi All uf ,ii fr st th ;. 4 of th th " In bt eves and back; trimmed with narrow rc All are made with full puff sleeves ai ide bands. Note the care given every little detail iich makes the garment fit and figure Colors are black and white, gray and All sizes up to 44. 4PBELL SOUPS, $1.69 WRINGE] 7IAC.Challenge Clothes 73/2c-ers. Pure rubber famous Cam-pbell's vulcanized on the u, in all flavors; sold sold regu arly a t larly at a can. of c gh for six Mrda r 9. F o r Trda . day only. NE PEAS, 6%2c. APRON GINGI rly June Peas, one of 43c. best-known brands on 3W Pieces of b market. brown check Apro know the hams. in a good LAr price. mfl/ ' en en It of Thursday 'dI,~V styles; f a st ............colors. For A Thursday c. COFFEE, agc. only, yard. md packages of the known "White House" PERCALES, *e; sold 300 pieces of larly a t Percales, In navY a a pound. )tJf blue rouinds And b Thursday whteefets VING SETS, I9c. k os o el Carving Knife and Thrdy f :, with rosewood han- onyyad made by the ~ ________ rican Cut- DMTFA Co. Regular11db" ,. 89c. For f ~ ~ 4/C 'sday only....00pesofU LUCEPANS, 39c. unegr Eht-quart Granite Iron met. Fl epans, withpicsForA handle; sold Tusa larly at 75c.glb' onyyad ThursdayTOE E BOILERS, 35c.isToesetr Int Granite * Iron Rice wae otada ~rs, seam-he edrayt Sold rag-reua 2c ythusdn35c hrsa MILK, 7cTBELN illenge Brand 1 icso la ensed' M ilk; beDms,f8ic regularly at7c coewvnlth a can. Forofpplrat 'Tdaysdayy....... FER BUCKETS,xoc yr..... uart size Galvanized Water Buckets, soldTALCOE larly at 17c.Tikofbyn h . Offered lf TalCoes84 Thursday~~f~ e n ht n at.........., rngd l RDINIERES, 59c. frls ht irwick China Jardi- c.befor. a, with tilled-in flower urdyol, q rations, full gold fin- ec..... I, has removable flow- BREE rn. Regular value, for .10pee fS~i thanayne piece ZU ZUS, 3%/c. toabyrA Zu Ginger Snaps, in Tusa ny Inner-Seal packages.pic..... and fresh. know the .0&*2SO aThursday 15 n 2Lc RNO TEA, 5c. o ie htsl iuine Heno Tea, well adp0 mn by every Washing- pi,for$1 housekeeper.Th xaay I package, for ~V nya... 'aday only.... SCHOOL WmnsTna uDBRE,LL.AS, 48c. tn lce n a ldren's School Umbrel--hganlo e >f good quality Mer-nocopeeo a ed Gloria: 34-Inch steel REia 8 131 Paragon920.$ad e. Natural ~ i le d handles,.hr5 Thursday I- daonyt. at........ SAUCEPANSi, Ir5c. ~BR Iart aise Granite Irob ulp h e O red Sauce-. gandrpr moMr.g- 914 eglarly at at~~~ 15.9;r fcr Tbv-T hursdy Oig Ot. on. .... 0*04~ i +++ )RE4" SEVENTH AND K 51 >f Attractions for Barga t Bargains you will find'more that iberg's tomorrow. Each and ev( L carefully planned-out campaigm ty's sale-event, they furnish one c et presented. ied right and left-and we don" orrow. Worth rS, $1.50 and $2, 's" r1ak( History repeats itself. Last season we closed out the entire su gh-grade Wrappers from the most promireni acturer in America-the famed "M ' >m Maine to California and Washington to yle, quality and superior workmanship. We have been equally as fortunate this se e same maker's entire surplus stock, which orrow morning at 98c. instead of $1.50 and They comprise over two hundred dozen V the best standard quality percale, in all ne rk colors for fall. In neat fancy designs and pretty stripes an< All are strictly tailor-made styles-no gaui eir serviceability and appearance. The trimn e most approved sort, including styles with y Lnds and small shoulder capes; Others with ade yoke and stitched tabs. Some are ma Ids forming yoke front and back and broad !eves. Still others made with pointed yoke aid bands front and back, also the new cape ws of soutache braid and shirred beading. id wide flounce at bottom of skirt, finished < -with separate fitted dressmakers' waist lining perfectly. white, gray and black, navy and cadet blue a ZS,$.g 25c. & 39c. BAGS,r5e *IRLS Wring- Manufacturer's entire sur- . Girls' rollers, plus stoca:, including But- plain an shafts; ton and Sewing Bags, Lain- made Ri dry and Shoe Bags, made of folds of duck and canvas and sat- 4ide. -% een, in plain and fancy cpl- to 14 _H ors. Regular 25c. Regular and 89D. values ue; for f o r Thursday day only, IAMS, only at ........... PETI BOYS' WAISTS, x8c. Women ue and Boys' Percale and Cotton black Me r Ging- Cheviot Shirtwaists, made Moreen I assort- in neckband style or with to select collar attached. Sizes 5 to pleatings jf 13 years. Patent fies. All waistband. Reg- ished. I ular 25c. sort for ular' $1.2 Thursday only I ues, at................ Thursda3 C. &rnly, at. iaar BOYS' SCHOOL id cadet MUSL ack and SUITS, $1.89. cluding Boys' All-wool School Suits, of fancy cheviot and Childre: -kersey, two-piece double- Muslin 34 breasted style, in all desir-- with fellt able patterns. Sizes 8 to 16 buttonhol years. Reg- hem s -- ular 32.50 tcs i iNEL, value, for 5 2~ tok S only .y..a..s.u a ~leached only, at. aule for BOYS' COLLARS, 5c. MEN's Boys' Arrow Brand Col ~4c lars, standing wing point shape. Sizes 12 to Men's: 14. Usually sold at wear, shi 2 for 25c. For Thurs- match, i day only, each at. . short sle 9, 3C. double1 dTurk- BOYS' 5oc. CAPS, 25c. sizes heavy Special lot of Boys' Golf, Regular sorbent, Norfolk and Yacht Caps, value, fo. e. Our in plain and fancy patterns' day at.. 344fc All sizes. Suit able for school MEN's wear. Regular) Men's 50c. values, forUnad - Thursday only, at pre aun ed Ta- 25c. SHADES, 16c. stays an es wide; 50 dozen 36x72 inch Gen- The n a line ulne Opaque Window Shadem, sort solc .mounted on strong sprifig where **C rollers. The best 6c,fr j 25c. shade on the 1 .fr __ma rk et f or U MEN'S SThursday only...Me' Coloredac $3 COUCH COV-. Sitrd red an ERS, $1.48 ' for wintei edoand Reversible Couch Covers, and fiu rond full length and width, cuffs; a] -sod fringed a 11I Regular ar ou n d. value, fo: Regular $ day only, one day, at... *ME 4c- roc. EXTENSION TROl ary An- Special t in 10- RODS, 2%c.. dium w siRods, extend te.3 cassimerE 4C inches, sold a variety reuarly7 at 2sizes tro fered Thursday length., only, each, at.. ' - -. tual :*C tide' IRON BE Sva.y lues fo: ps.tent A special1 lot of Iron . - End ameled Beds, 4 -ft. Mse; $5 Ti' t $.50 strongly made and ni go as j32R.e0 u a r --well pro H $2.50value,all arouz 9 for~ Thurs- 0 J1 trimmingi day only, at Stted w $1-55- tray. Acti Black INFANTS' SLIPg, 3s value,. in bu- I C.T hu r sa s tyles Infants' long white Cam Bises bric Blips, with cambrie rujf styl- A arundneck and sleeyss box pleat , Spro do font.Pearl D 55 Thursday fMa Sc. nr ___ enly, at...... &a dots :oc. INFANTS' CAPS,g, Colored InfanWtfall weit 0t Scover- c.,trimmed thu am-. T1he~ materiaL-bo4r and tteks, gyIn "J3eCte aaOQ QUs29s + Sma or 'poe ordeni fim4 for - these restrke"e to 8, 1=umb amont. Store Closes at 6p.m. excepting Saturdays. Open Saturdays REETS. Until 9p.m. romorrow 's Sale. onehun CHILD'S $Z.48 FELT ry Item In HATS, 89c. undeChildren's Ready-to-wear i ofunder- Felt Hats, suitable for aill ages. Prettily trimmed f the most with band and streamers of silk ribbon. Colors are red, brown, cas t o r and red and white. Regular t expect t0 $1.48 val:ue,for one day at....... $1.98 HATS, $1.25. Large assortment of Wom en's White Felt Hats, In the new shapes, with large crowns; straight and rolling rims. Large and medium a h a p en11. Regular $1.98 value, 2 for one day at ............ $2-5o HATS, $1.48. Special lot ot Ready-to trim Hats, made in various styles of black silk com bined with velvets, braids and jets, on large toque and rplus stock of turban frames. Splendid hats for early fall wear. Wrapper man- R e g u I a r $2.50 values,$1 1 make-known for one day$AA B Florida for fit, at............ YARD-WIDE COT ason-securing TON, 57/sc. go on sale to- 3 cases of full yard-wide 2.00. Bleached Cotton, of good quality. Not remnants-not Vrappers, made "seconds"-but full pieces v and desirable and first-qual ity goods. For Thursday only, I dotted effects. yard............ ly laces to mar OUTING CLOTH, 6/c. lings are all of 100 pieces of Light Outing oke of stitched Cfot'ri n aanlesing range stitched tailor- checks in vari le with double Thursday only, 2c effect over the yard............ effect of fancy 75c. SUITINGS, 48c. effect over the 54-inch Covert Suitings, one of the most desirable materials for walking skirts ]ff with tailor- and tailor-made suits. Col ors are brown, tan, gray and Oxford. and two darts, Regular 75c. v a l u e ; for Thursday only, nd dark red. yard................ __________ 89c. ZEBELINE, 63C. 48-inch All-wool Imported DRESSES, 69c. Zebellne, sllky nap quality; School Dresses, of another desirable fabric for 2 striped Gingham, tailor-made suits and walk assian style with Ing skirts. Colors are brown, white pique down myrtle, navy and black, 'hite belt. Sizes 4 Regular ag. years. value; for 98c. val- Thursday only, Thurs- yard at......... at....... $1 SUITINGS, 75C 'ICOATS, 86C. 54-Inch All-wool Imported 's superior quality Tourist sultings, In all the rcerized Bateen and new smart mannish Scotch 'etticoats, 18 styles and Tweed effects. Combi from. Made with nations of brown, navy, ox quillings and ruf- ford, myrtle and tan color lengths. Tailor fin- Ings. Regular teg- $1.00 Value for val- Thursday only. for 6 yard. ........ --- 39c- SILKS, 29C. IN DRAWERS, Plain-colored Messaline SIlks, in pink,-Blu, brown, 's good quality wht,rem ad lak Drawers, finished Stityalsk,offnsh d seems, woriced Intaof3c es, and made with ayrd fo l, ndThrdyoy 25c. UNDER- puesl,hayrtin 'EAR, rgc.la4c.vue Balbriggan Under- frTusa rts and drawers to onyyad hirts with long or ives; drawets with 5C RS IK,4C icycle , seat ; some FnyDesSls nti missing.sao~ eetadcocs Thurs-1 ', ga,gre,genblc SHIRTS, 39c. vau,oedy 4 c 'Famous" Brand of. ....... ired Shirts, with an bosom, double BLC PAUD id front; patentSOE I gussets; all sizes. SueirqatyBaI denticalPeudSoeDesSlsa every- 2~b. h olwn pca rcs else at a 1,, frTusa ny $i SHIRTS, 59c. L5q8iy....10 olored Madras and Rc,hnsm utr Cheviot Neglige dul ae otmlo rhich are suitable fns.2,2 n 4ice wear;. neat stripes wie ie;detachable c.BK GO D,4C r Thus PnmaSitn9cuero at......pefctfnih ml S $2.50 &$ ISR,$1.79. ___________ lot of Men's Me ight Trousers for g8.BK G OD in all-wool fancy and cheiviots, in Etafn rd fAl of neat patterns; wolIpre Bac A m 80 to 42-Inch iue 6ice ie tit saure to 85-inch l l ol n ftesa arisIntea 89c.SZBELIN,663c 48inch4-Anchwoaola-ported Flat-tone, silkyna, quaity Lctd wth lat tCaic-e ofsui ndear n raslckad gkrts Coludis arbown, mre,io botm. Lg nyand r bkit,lacn. aduFenc forne oes Theay tronly, t lce $rOUIING, 5c newasmatymaanth Scotc ~z~eand ~Tetse effet Cob 031ford,emyrt and tn color Iigs CReuse.a raw li-~wPlain-oloa' re essin Silks, inpnka lu,brw t an helioA gry,nvyse Thusda on y ~ BL .T FET ,3c IAPRONS, z2%ec. womma White apa Glow wid fnished with feep ban. of fered for gl 12 c only........ KIMONA SACQUES, Special lot of Women's Flannellette Kimona Sacques, in light and darlt effects, sailor collar, trim med with Persian folds tight fitting back. All sies. A For Thursday y only.......,......... HAIRPINS,.4C. *"rhe Wonder" Japanned Hairpins, straight or crimp ed, ten papers con taining one hundred pins; offered for Thursday at. ENGLISH PINS, 5c. Three papers of the well known "Leader" English Fins; superior qual ity; sold regularly at Sc. a paper; for Thursday only at... 5c. DARNERS, 2C. Black Japanned Darnerg, with handle; sold regularly at bc. each; offered for Thursday on 1 y, each, at......... ioc. TOILET SOAP, Sc. The well-known Physi cians' and Surgeons' Soap, for toilet or bath; made of pure oils. Sold reg ularly at 10c. a cake. For Thurs day only.............. # HAIR BRUSHES, x9c. Good quality Hair Brushes, all pure bristle, polished back. Sold regu larly at 85c. each. For Thurs day only at....... MANICURE SETS, gc. Requa's Complete Mani cure Set, consisting of 1 box of Requa's Rcse Nail Pow der, 1 piece of Toilet Pumice, 1 genuine Orange Wood Stick, and 6 Cloth Center Emery Boards. One day, per set, at............. FAIRBANK'S SOAP, i5c. Fairbank's Well - known "Ark" Laundry Soap, large size cakes, offered f o r Thursday only at ten cakes for ................. TOOTH BRUSHES, gc. Another lot of importer's samples of Tooth Brushes, in various sizes and shapes; all pure bristle; regular 15c. and 10c. qualities; for Thurs day only at............ SCHOOL SUPPLIES,ic Choice of the following articles for a penny tomor row: Lead Pencils, with in serted rubber eraser; Pen Holders and Pen Points; Assorted Crayons, 6 in a box, 1c.. for 8 boxes; Writing Tablets, 1e. each; Pencil Erasers, 1c. each; 12-in. Hardwood Rulers, 10. each: Pen Wipers, 1e. each; Slate Pencils, 2 for 1e.; Blotters, 2 for 1e.; Wooden Slate Pencils, 1e. each. SCHOOL SUPPLIES, 2C. & 3c. Steel Pen Points, 2c. doz en; Fancy enameled Pen Holders. 2c.; Carter's and Stafford'3 Best Writing Inks, .c. bottle; Carter's Mucilage,3c. bot.; Ink Eras ers, Sc.; Fancy Pencil Boxes, Se.; Sc. Lead Pencils, 8c.; Ink Tablets, Sc. each. $7.50 JACKETS, $4.go. Women's Fine Black Chev- " tot Cloth Jackets; in nobby fly front and short hip styles; lined throughout with black twilled satin. Sizes 32 to 44. Regular $7.50 values $4 for Thurs- o day at... i... SILK SUITS, $g.25. Handsome dark Taffeta Silk Shlrtwaist Suits; In stylish shotted effects; trim med with tailor-made effects lf -In stitched bands of same material, both waist and skirt. Desi-able colors, In cluding l>rown, blue, dark wine, gun metal, gray and violet. Reg ular $17.9 value, fo T hursday 25 only at... $2I-50 COSTUMES,$g.85 Handsome Figured Fou lard iilk Costumes, blouse waist, richly trimmed, skirts trimmed with deep tucks, panel effect1 stylish flare at bottom. Brown, blue and ular $21.50 value, for 7 Thursday at, $zo&$I2 JACKETS,$5-98 Fine quality Imported Tan Covert Cloth Jackets, fall weight; strictlr~man tailor ed, made in long, tight-fit ting effect and military styles. Lined throughout with satin. Regular $10 and $12 values, for Thurf day only 98 $6.g8 SKIRTS, $3.69. Fine lot of new Fall Walk lng Skirts, made of hand some Panne Zebeline and Etamnine Cheviot Cloths, with stylish kilts and box plaits. Correct flare at bot tom and evenly draped all around. Navy, Oxford and black. e g ula r .8 Skirts; for MASON'S JARS, 3%4c. Mason's best Aliy ma quart or pint sizes, at this low price tomorrow: do not eenZi.mnd thesi with: te poor inferior qalaity fruit jara ad *rtised ~at eheaper pr.e elsewhere: ours are superior gaeand worth hawing: APPETIL9'0IS11 Evolved at 8mall Cost FroMV Foreign Recipe. DOING WITHOUT MEAT THE WAY TIE GERAM UTTTJ1W A 3lack Ben Soup That to Both Xour ishing and Tasty-Scotch Zethoda Written for The Evening star. The American housewife who desires to lend variety to her daily menus will do well to look to other countries for certain receipts. For instance, the Germans are notable cooks of peas, beans, lentils and similar vegetables. The Scotch have no equals in various way of preparing mut ton. Both the Spanish and the Itala are masters of cookery in macaroni an4 toothsome sauces. From India come the richest of curry receipts. The Germans prepare dishes from len tils, peas and beans so rich In nitrogen and starch that they take the place of both meat and vegetables on a frugal table. Lentils resemble a small, dark split pea, but they are round and ftat. like tiny disks, not plump like the peas. They should always be washed and soak. ed over night before cooking. Lentil Soup.-Wash half a pint of len tils and soak them over night. Drain off the water and put them in the soup pot, adding a quart of stock and a pint of water, one bay leaf, a sprig of thyme, half a teasponful of salt and a saltspoon ful of pepper. Cook gently for about two hours, by which time the lentils should be terder. Press the mixture through a soup sieve and return to the kettle. Have ready a tablespoonful of butter rubbed smooth in a tablespoonful of flour a,nd a small onion, grated finely. Add these t6 the stock, bring to a boil, stirring all the while, and serve with croutons. If therd is no stock on hand plain water may be used, but it gives less satisfying results, Split pea soup may be made by the same receipt, substituting half a pint of split peas for the lentils. A nourishing vegetable course, which will also take the place of meat-an important item in this day of soaring prices for flesh foods-is this preparation of split peas: Half a pint of dried peas soaked ovep night are drained and covered with a quarl of cold water, to which is added a tiny pinch of baking soda. Cook gently three or four hours. Then drain and add to the peas six small onions grated or chopped vely fine, a teaspoonful of salt and half as much pepper. Add two cupfuls of boil ing water and simmer half an hour longer, under a tight cover; then add to this mixe ture half a cupful of well washed rice, cover tightly and cook half an hour longer. Have ready two tablespoonfuls of buttes and two of flour, two cupfuls of strained tomatoes and a dash of salt. Cook this ad a sauce. Dish the peas and rice in the center of a large deep platter and pour thq, tomato sauce around them, or serve in a vegetable dish and pass the sauce sep arately. Black bean soup is served regularly a the German restaurants in this country an4i is Immensely popular with business meik who eat lunch downtown. A reliable re ceipt is this: . Wash two cupfuls of black beans an soak over night in cold water. Next morn ing drain and drop them into boiling water, enough to cover them. Simmer gently; about two hours, or until the beans ar soft; add one quart of good stock, a tea spoonful of salt and a saltspoonful of pep., per; press through a soup sieve and returM to a clean kettle to boil up once. Ijavo ready in a hot tureen two hard-boiled egge4 cut in slices, and a small lemon, also slicedi Pour the boiling soup over them and serve at once, The Germans also make extremely taste* ful breads, and this receipt is worth trying particularly for the Sunday morning breako fast, when a sweet bread is welcome for a change. 4 Boil a pint of milk, and with this and two-thirds of a cake of compressed yeast make a rising. When light, mix in one small cupful of sugar and two tablespoon fuls of melted butter or pure lard. Worki in just enough flour so that you can handle the dough, flour the pastry board well, roll out the dough to a thickness of not more than half an inch and lay it into two good.# sized pans. Make dents in the dough witU the finger tips, say six to each loaf of bread. Drop a bit of butter into each dent and sift sugar and cinnamon over the whole, in the proportion of a tablespoonful of sugar to a teaspoonful of cinnamon. Letl this rise a second time, and when light,j bake in a quick oven fifteen or twenty minutes. With meat prices high, the Scotch meth. ods of cooking the cheap cuts of mutton are worth considering. A good and nutritious, dinner dish is this stew: Select two neck4 of mutton whose flesh is of good red colorn Wipe clean with a damp cloth and cut into neat pieces. Into a deep, thick stewing paa drop two tablespoonfuls of suet, or if a more delicate flour is desired use butter or good mixed drippings. If su,et Is used all the "crackings"~ must be removed when the fat melts. Add to this the pieces of mutton and shake the pan over the fire until the mutton is browned, but not burn.. ed. Lift it out carefully, and to the drip pings in the pan add two tablespoonfuls of flour, or enough to take up all the grease. When this is thick add one quart of strain ed tomatoes, freshly stewed or canned, and stir until they reach the boiling point. Thei add the pieces of meat, one bay leaf, * small onion chopped or grated and a dash I of* kitchen bouquet, salt and pepper. Coves and simmer gently from an hour and a ha14 to two hours, according to the size of the mutton pieces. Serve in a deep platter withg a border of toast triangles or of rice. - The famous Scotch haggis is another eco nomical dish which is evolved from a~ sheep's heart, tongue and liver. The mesA is carefully washed, and with one pound of bacon is chopped very fine, or if the housewife boasts of a sausage grinder, she should put the meat through this. Mix i a deep bowl with a pint of bread crumb two sardines, the grated rind of one lemon a teaspoonful of salt and a saltspoonful of pepper. Two eggs are beaten light with the juice 'of the lemon and mixed thoroughly with the materials already in the bows. The haggis is then packed in a mold anfd boiled steadily for two hours. The true haggis is boiled in the sheep's pouch, but modern cooks prefer the regulation meld, which turns out more neatly on a platter. A good brown mauoe and tart jelly may be passed with this dish. The French make an excellent stew froom the shin bone, which- the average Ameri can considers only fit for soup. The leg or shin is cleaned thoroughly with a amp cloth, and the meat neatly removed from. the bone. The latter is broken and laid in the bottom of the pot with the meat above it, and a gallon of cold water is poured over' the whole. When this has been brought to a quick boil, it is skimmed and placed fat bacE on the range or over a low ga.s fame to simmer three or four hours. Turo car rots and a turnip are cut into dice, two onions- ere sliced thin, and with a cupful of peas, a saltspoonfur'each of celery seed ad ,e, a te.spoonful of salt and a bar are added to the stew when it has cooked three hourp. After another hour o guntle stomeing the soup is strained o and the meat is placed in a double boee or over hot water to keep warm. Tw tableip.enfmls of butter ad th same of dour~ air rubbed tether in a eparate pam and eooke4 with one ofthe stOek, WPhen they bell, add , ofpepper. salt edkitchen -oqut and the vegetabhs abhu en the s0op. gerve the a setl the u t.u th plbsu