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Loveman, Joseph & Loeb Loveman, Joseph & Loeb Loveman, Jos 5 i Loeb Loveman, Joseph & Loeb Loveman^ Joseph &JLoe&_ |j A Week of Unprecedented Sales-N|ne Departments will Hold Them i I / Annual Sale of Table linens and ousefurnishings Including White Goods, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Comfortables and Blankets Special purchases of linens, together with the very choicest bargains it short lengths and odd pieces of table cloths and napkins—$ 10,000 stock of sheets and pillow cases—these are only a few of the prominent features which this sale offers to our patrons. Besides, there are the special prices which rule on blankets and comirtables. By taking advantage of this sale you get the use of them for the greater part of the winter—and buy at the lowest prices which have prevailed for years. Then last, but not least, the unusual offerings in white goods. Every fabric is here for the making of ladies underwear, children s dresses and the other garments which are always necessary for early spring wear. -.I ■ ■ I I. — I I.....—-.- - ■ ' - . I— • — -s Annual Sale of Sheets and Pillow Cases We only carry the very best grades and have nothing else to • offer you in this sale. Plain or hemstitched sheets that are torn and not cut from the piece, full sizes, and sold at prices that will not only appeal to every good housekeeper but to hotel keepers and boarding house managers as well. Pepperell Sheets. 63x90..50c 72x90..55c 81x90..59c 90x90..65c 90x99..69c 90x108.79c Pepperell Pillow Cases. 42x36.. 12k 45x36.. 13k Utica Sheets. 72x90.65c 81x90.75c 90x90.79c 90x99.85c 90x108.$1.00 Utica Pillow Cases. 42x36.. 15c 45x36..\f>%c Special—One hundred dozen sheets in sizes 72x90 and 81x90; seamed in center, exceptional quality at the following prices: 72x90, 39c each. 81x90, 45c each. Pillow Cases, 42x36, 9c each. Pillow Cases, 45x36, 10c each. Bleached Cotton at Special Prices. 36-inch Hope bleached sheeting, 7'/2c. 36-inch Lonsdale bleached sheeting, 8y2c. 36-inc.h Frult-of-the-Loom bleached sheeting, 8'/2c. 36-inch Lonsdale Cambric, 11c. 8- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 18c. 9- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 22c. 10- 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 24c. 8- 4 Utica Bleached Sheeting, 22c. 9- 4 Utica Bleached Sheeting, 25c. 10- 4 Utica Bleached Sheeting, 27|/2c. 42-inch Pillow Case Tubing, per yard, 14c. 45-lnch Pillow Case Tubing, per yard. 16c. Bed Spreads, Comfortables, Blankets. Bed Spreads, assorted crochet patterns for double bed, $1.50 value, special at $1.00. Extra wide and extra long crochet Bed Spreads; regular $2.00 value; special at $1.45. Marseilles Bed Spreads, sizes and quality same as most $2.50 spreads; special at $1.65. Eiderdown Comfortables, sllkoline or satin finished, your choice of any that are marked $6.00, $7.00 or $8.00, at $5.00. Any of our Eiderdown Comfortables marked $9.00, $9.60 or $10.00, special at $7.00. Any of our down Comfortables marked $12.50, $15.00, $16.60, at $10.00. Cotton Comtortables Greatly Reduced. Regular $1.25 and $1.50 Comfortables at $1.00. Regular $1-75 and $2 00 Comfortables at $1.50. Regular $2.50 and $3 00 Comfortables at $12.00. Regular $3.50 and $4 00 Comfortables at $2.75. SPECIAL—Fifty different Comfortables for single beds, pure cot ton filled, satin covered; regular $1.26 value, at 95c. Table Linens at Greatly Reduced Prices About 5,000 yards of short lengths of fine table linens, ranging from 2 yards to 3£ yards in length and comprising all the best Irish, German and Scotch linens. They come in full bleached, silver bleached or cream, at prices very much lower than the same goods can be bought for from the piece at any other time of the year. Also odds and ends in pattern cloths, with or without napkins to match, at great reductions from regular prices. Special Prices On Table Napkins Seventy-five dozen all bleached Irish Table Napkins, 22 inches, assorted patterns, marked to sell at $2.50 per dozen; sale price $1.95. One hundred dozen extra heavy German half bleached table napkins, size 24 inch, marked to sell for $2.50 a dozen; sale price $1.98. One hundred dozen mercerized napkins, full bleached and in beautiful patterns, 18 inch size, marked to sell at $1.00 a dozen; sale price 79c. Sixty dozen odds and ends in table napkins, 22 and 24 inch size, ranging in value from $3.00 to $4.50 per dozen; sale price $2.50. Great Values in Towels One hundred dozen hemstitched all linen huck towels, 20x40 inches, extra good quality and our own imported goods, never sold less than $4.50 a dozen; sale price $3.00. A small lot of fine hemstitched towels, size 22x44 inches, worth $6.50 a dozen, sale price $4.75. Fifty dozen of linen huck towels, plain border, size 18x36 inches, always sold at $2.00 a dozen; sale price $1.50. Kitchen Towels—Two hundred dozen huck towels, plain or red borders, 18x36 inches, 12^c value; special at 8c. One thousaed pieces of cotton crash, soft finished and faced edges on both sides, 6£c yard quality; special price 5c. Convincing Prices on Blankets. Pure white cotton blankets, regularly 75c a cq_ pair; special at. Heavy cotton blankets, 11-4 size, $1.50 a nn pair quality, at.*pi«UV Good wool blankets, 11-4 size, regularly Cl 1C $3.75 a pair; special at. Choice of all of our $5.00 fine wool blan- no kets, 11-4 size, during this sale at.qJJ./O All wool blankets, 12-4 size, regular $6.00 d*J no values; special at. Fine all wool Californiablankets, 12-4 size, (Pi: cn regular $8.00 values; special at.«pu.uU Tempting Values on White Goods Every shrewd woman in Birmingham will wel come the chance to stock up on white goods for the early spring sewing at the special prices that prevail here this week. More white than ever worn next season, especially for shirt waists and dresses. All the best materials are here, including Nainsooks, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Swisses, Lingerie L^wns. Or gandies and Wash Chiffons. Special low prices on everything in white goods, with particular emphasis on the following: One hundred pieces No. 200 Long Cloth at $1.00 per piece of twelve yards. One hundred pieces No. 300 Long Cloth at $1.35 per piece of twelve yards. One hundred pieces No. 500 Long Cloth at $1.59 . per piece of twelve yards. 40-inch Lawns, very sheer, suitable for shirt waists and dresses, worth 15c per yard, special at 10c. Excellent Persian Lawns that have n<*ver been sold for less than 20c per yard, special at IL Dress Linens, 30 inches wide, special at Cotton Linnene, 36 inches wide, 15c value, special at 12 l/2c. Indian Head Domestics, 36 inches wide, the gen uine quality that always brings 15c per yard, special at 12 $c. --! . Another Big Annual Event: Sale of Embroideries and Laces Together with the Most Elaborate Display oi New Imported All Overs, Embroidered Robes and MedalUons Five times as big a stock as in any previous embroidery sale! That tells the story of the planning, buying and preparation which have been going on for this big event for the past six months. Close business relations with the largest embroidery manufacturers of Switzerland, together with our ability to import in the largest lots for two big stores, alone make it possible to demand a superior display of quality and variety, and at the same time allow us to sell embroideries at less than other stores in the South pay for them at wholesale. Everything that taste or fancy demand can be found here, from the narrowest baby eige or ribbon beading to the most elaborate flouncing or the widest insertion, or the very finest of St. Gall novelties. The showing of Cambric, Nainsook and Swiss edges alone embraces five hundred different sets, while the ribbon headings, reverings and seamings are shown in all widths as well as in sets. The display is almost bewildering in its completeness, but we have separated the lots and set apart separate tables to display them the better. Fourteen Tables Crowded with Special Values at Bargain Prices Table No. 1—Dainty Swiss hand loom embroideiy sets, with insertings to match, from IMS to 3 inches wide. The latest designs, including bow knots, Fleur de Lis, horse shoes or scrolls; worth 12*c, at.7 l-2c Table No. 2—Cambric guipure edges and insertings, from 2% to 4 inches wide, insertings as wide as 2% inches worth 124c yard; special at.7 l-2c Table No. 3—Beautiful Swiss hand loom edges and insertions in different widths of edges with insertings to match. Dainty pat terns up to 6 inches wide, woith 20c to 25c yard; special at-10c Table No. 4—The largest quantity of embroideries we have ever shown at one price. About 750 pieces of cambric and Swiss guipure edges and insertings. Most of tnem are 10 to 14 inches wide, with insertings from 2 to 3£ inches, worth 18c and 20c yard at.10c Table No. 5—About 75 Swiss Sets, made on the modern hand maehiue, excellent copies of the real hand embroidery, and all splendid styles for children’s dresses. Each edge can be matched with inserting, ranging from 6 to inches wide, worth 25c to 35c yard ; ..15c Table No. 6.—1Cambric and Swiss guipure edges, so-called demi-flouncings for corset covers and skirtings, 15 inches wide, in either blind or open work, with aud without beading effect. Reg ular 25c value; special at.15c Table No. 7—Swiss and nainsook edges and insertings, elab orate designs for trimming underwear or children’s dresses, most of them in blind embroidery, from 5 to 8 inches wide, worth 40c to 50c per yard, special at. 52c Table No. 8—A special line of skirtings from 18 to 21 inches wide, also a line of manufacturers’ sample strips of the same widths in large scroll designs, with or without beading, suitable for corset covers or shirt waist fronts, on either Swiss or nainsook, worth 45c to 50c yard, at.25c There is also a line of Swiss Sets in this lot, a selection that could not be bought any other time for three times the amount. The goods are well made and perfect, worth 45c to 50c yard; at.25c Table NO. 9—Five hundred sample manufacturers’ strips of 18 inch corset coverings, on either nainsook or Swiss, ranging from 5 to 6 yards in each piece, in plain, scalloped, hemstitcMed or lace edge, blind hand embroidery or guipure open work, worth, per yard, 50c to 75; at 39c Table No. 10 —This table is crowded with the high class novel ties of the season of 18 inch embroideries, suitable for shirt waist fronts, corset covers or skirt tlouncinss. The majority of the designs are the real large pattern, copies of some of the highest Swiss novelties. Worth per vard 75c to 51.00, at.50c Table No. 11 ^-Beautiful embroidery all overs at a price much below the wholesale market value. Open work swiss and nainsook all overs direct from the factory and the popular material for whole shirt waists or complete dresses. Worth $1.50, $2.50, special at.-98c Table No. 12—A showing of all the latest novelties of white embroidered robes, imported from Switzerland, and manufactured ex clusively for us- Robes complete from $12-50 up to $30.00—All at special price. Table No.-13 —About five thousand dozen of new French Valenciennes Lace and lnsertings, imported direct from Nottingham and Calais. There are not less than about twenty-five exclusive sets in different widths with insertion to match, worth per dozen 65c to 75c; special sale price per dozen.45c Table No. 14 —About three hundred pieces Tof machine made torchon laces with insertion to match, copies of the real hand made linen torchons. These patterns are entirely new, well made and guaranteed to be durable. Ranging from 1 to 3 inches wide, worth per yard 6c to 10c, special at.4c f FURTHER REDUCTIONS IN THE SILK SALE Don't Overlook These Values on Monday Embroidered Habutai silk shirt waist sets in white and black, very elaborate designs, at $2.9?, $3.?0 and $4.?0. Everyone worth double what we are asking this week. Embroidered Robes.—'The,,very newest effects in embroidered Batiste robes in pink, blue and white, a shipment that has just come in and we can commend very highly. $12. ?0 to $40.00. 27-inch black taffetas, absolutely all silk, 49c. 36-inch black all silk taffetas, 69c. 27-inch black Swiss chiffon taffetas, very high lustre, worth $1.2? a yard, at 79c 36-inch black Swiss chiffon taffetas, worth $1.?0 per yard, at $1.00. 21-inch print warp louisenes and taffetas, in street or evening shades, for merly sold at $1.00; special this week at 49c. 21-inch moire velours, worth $1.00 and 89c; special at 49c. 20-inch louisines and taffetas in striped and corded Chameleon effects, worth 69c per yard; very special at 33c. Guaranteed black taffetas, 27 and 36 inches wide, sterling values at 49c, ?9c, 69c, 79c and 89c. Wash Habutais, 23 inches, 2?c, 33c and 39c. Wash Habutais, 27 inches wide, 33c, 39c and 49c. Black water proof Habutais, 27 inches wide, at 49c, ?9c and 69c. Warp print dress silks, 23 inches wide, 49c. The sale is also especially strong in plain taffetas, in either street or evening shades or white or black. Don't Miss the Silk Sale This Week American Lady Corset Demonstration You get the services of an expe rienced corsetiere this week free of charge if you come. Coffee and Cereals Free In the Cozytorliun Demonstration of Carnation Cream—best table cream in the world Try it. - '