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Sale of BroadcSottts and ?ttier Ene Dress Fatorics We have liad difficillty lll g-etting enough of tllOSd popu? lar priced Kroadcloths lo supply lhe demand. Wc received a new lot on Saturday. They'U be ready for you Monday. $2.25 and $2.50 Broadcloths, $1.50 Othor Me-iros cliargo $2.25 and $2.50, but we prefer Iho qulclier salo, nntl you get tlietn horo for J?i.00. Browns, Bliies, and othor colors, nlso Black. Tlio best fl.ir, Broadcloths solel Ir. the clty are h?? for SSc and f>Sc, In all e-olors. ? 50c to 75c Novelty Dress Fahrics, 43c You can select a dozen dlffer? ent styles In this lot nt ?13c., nnd you'll* not flnd them anywhere else in town.at this price. 40 pier._ of I. anlfOi Cloth, in nll shades, Ko on sale Monday at 10 .l-'-e a yard. . All Wool *_lbel!nc___tyll_h and ..er v.oeable?regittarly 85o. but you got thla at 60e ? yard. All AVool Serges-tlio greatest utlllty cloth usod-the W>c and t*.c quallty ls liere for 'Wic a yard. 25c Pretty Wool Suitings, 16%c Wo recelved on Saturday about one dozen pleces of Wool ..ilxod Sultlngs. Bourette elTeots, In all Uie wanted shades. lt was mado as a 30c .seller, but wo got it at a prlco, and ns is our custom, you jrot the savlns. 1G 2-?c a yard double wldth. Black Goods ? TRt* for tl Black Sponered Sorge, M Inches wide. jpi.?_;,-. fo,- Ji.7. Blnck Pnntui Zibellnes, __ luche-s v\lelc. UHv for Blaclt W'aierprOof, EO Inches wlele. for oo.its or full suits. fll for jl.W Blnck Cninels' Halr or Engllsh Cheviot, 56 Inches wide. *?i.4n for Silk Warp Erijrllsh Poplln, a perfeet mournlng fabric. ^l.r.O for Heavy Hard FJnlsli Uncut Worsted, SO Inches wlele, steam shrunk aml spoiiRcd. 8,"i_ for Black Wool Crepe Cloths, varel wldo. 1.1 1-20 for Blade Danish Cloth. Broadtail Velvet, 50c You nevor before heard of such a prlce for tbis stylish fabric. lt is 22 1-2 inches wide and colors nre blue and brown. Fasnl.onable for waists, skirts, or full costumes for 50c. a yard. Actual value, 9Sc. We have u beautlful plece ot Black Velvet at 50o a yard. leaves no desirc for eith.r style or tailoring. The most exact perfection is required. Thousands of the prettiest garments on sale just now, and many of them at most inviting prices. Read of these few taken at random : $20 novelty All Wool Chevlot Suits for Women for ?12.l)0 made in a manner of tailoring. that will make many a $25 tailor dress appear poorly made. Manufactured to our own order by a tailor we control. One of the new jaunty dre*-s__s, ln mnnnish mlxtures, similar to one we sold at ST-.' heretoforei, ls *?U'J.50. Several new dresses of broadeloth, cheviot and mannlsh fabrics arc on sole Monday at $15 to $18.50. The All Wool *?0.T5 Dress ls here aerain; they have been out of stock over a week. Every gues-s mad? about them has nained them as Jl_.50 dresses. 5ale of Women's Kersey Coats At !?10 you can select tan, blue. broim or black. with a closely stitched col? lar of silk: should be J15. Tne S5T.00 Coat?. tn colors and black, are beautifully ta_!ored and very sty? lish. There aro Coats at S0."i0. a varlety of colors, wlth the new, large sleevea, half fltted back and belt strap. jS.YsiS?Golf Coat, 42 Inches long, an all wool mlxture that would be a bargaln at $10. Sll.CO buys tlie 42-Jnch Cov6rt Coats, tn the G'arrick fashlon. There are Covert Coats at *"5_.f)8 to ?**to; for the perfect tailoring ln these garments Lhey are the flncst we over saw. Misses' Coats from C to IS years. Every variety of styles that have been designed ln the varlous foreign cltles; prices run from **2.0S to f?iU-..">0; some are $1 saving; in others it goes to 55 to }<_ Cohen's Store ls one of the point. that lndiiatrlously looks to saving. Ready made garments must be well made and satisfactory ln every par? tlcular. s Why so many? Simply because we had to buy the entire stock or none. Enough to supply Richmond twice over, appa rently. The half prices range from the modest Coney to the finest _\iink or genuine Ermine. This stock includes all the Jatest designs for .this season. "'*' $eal Mink Scarfs, $3.50 Long Double Stoles of fine Winter Mink; instead of $39 are 923. Others are ?25. Handsome real Marten Doable Stoles; cost ?23, for S1S.50. Handsome Fox Scarfs, worth $10-50. for $5.08. Bquirrel Scarfs, 2 yard. long, at the wonder price, $>._. Water Mlnk Double Stoles, long cords and tassels, .*>_. 125 Freneh Hare Double Stoles, with _ taUs, for .*>l._>8 each. Full slze Astrachan Scarfs, worth $<3 and 210, for $8 and Freneh Coney ScarfE, 78c. Marten Muffs fn the new flat Ehapes, 85.70 and S0.&0. To describe all the Furs on sale would take near a pag .. Th. above are inerely'_ few sample prices to givft tou an Idea. Sale of Children's Ooak in all the newest styles ?.nd best colors, in sizes from 2 to 6 years: Tan and Blue ones, made. with lull box back and dou? ble cape, trimmcd v/ith braid, worth $3, choice .Monday, $1.98. Dalntv A!l Wool Cloaks, ln all e-ole>r?, inaeJe? to sell for J5, are *.'' US Iire>adiall or Orusched Velvet Cloalcs for 6*5. Some wlth leather trlmmlng for *M1 ir. and *,M 00, Bedford Cord Cloaks, long- or Hhort. |,re-tty onee wlth ribbon ir:mrain_, for 9J..83. Some'wlth e.ntlr. collar e>f broad satln rlbbon, $5 ones, for xy.i.ntt. Handsome Bllk Cloaks for ?0.130, K.ll; Capa for ISOo, sorno plaln, some ela_H.ra.tely trimmed?are the caps _! ?/_- 7J-3 ar.-) n. fe* '-y*.c, _.. color*, Carriage Robes llned, 1*11 r lio be., for with or wli _a !; 'j:i. ?*?.:; _Q Vj $'-i Sale of ftegs and Druggets This is a sale of interest to-every honsekeepcr in mond. The savings go as high as 33 1-3 per cent. 9x}2 Tapestry llrussels, PruggotB, in rich Orlental effecl $10. for fflii.lir,. R h *'x_2 Best RrUSSela I. r.igg .Ls, \ver? $18. for j-ii'..7r.. BfU* AJCinlnsl er I'nigget.s, ln Orlcnuil ;,i.,.i fiouil effocui, wero "f_6, for *jii#.r>o. :>_r_ wiiton prutr. ot*. Oriental eff.ots, wore. -t-'-'M, for ?.17.50. Inl*. .Smyrn *. l-iriii'StU, were }18. for (-118.50, . D_i2 Fronch Wllton Drugg .ts. were *_??*) for ua*. CO. Saxony Pruggett, 9*.Q, Wool Kmy.-na. II a tej.- $| (lu; W' ??? 1*2 yur.i- Binyn a v?.luei. for tfi*. <;:; ]__ 'yardl Ax.ni.:. . brnt), for $','. .'tr, Ci tl igo. parp?tf, All Wool Ih.raln mi Cohen Store SS A WORLD QF ITS OWN. Prices speak as uowhere clse, and the assunmce of faithful dealing is as opcn-os, the day. J They have gone rapidly in the past few days, but wc have these to tell of for Monday. 'They are the biggest Silk values of the season. 25 pieces Sylpli Crepe de Chincs, pure silk, soft and crcepy, in Ceil Lilac, Turquoise, Ivory White, Gray, Cardinal, Pink, and Black. Pure Silk for 37'ic yald* 10 pleces 36-th.hBlaelt Taffeta, he-avy antl rustllng, ?guarantccd puro sllk; J? 1.1?o quallty, for 7i*c n ynrd. lo pioces Black Chlffon Taffoto, sinooth, soft flnlsh, flnest 65c value, for filfo a yard. \ Solid Colored Pure Sllk Taffetas, GOc qunlltles, for __>?. Whlto XVnsh Mn.liutal, afi Inches u-lde, 60c quality, for "lllo. 20 Inches wjde, SSc quallty, for SifBe. 25 pleces Handsome $1 Crepe do Chlnes, In blaclc, whlto nnd colors, for fiBc a yard. New ICoronn Sllks, 3G Inches wide, . oft, raw flnlsh, for Oiio. 10 pleces Ombro Taffetas, in new lltimlnnt.d effects, *ofl rinlsh; "oc yflhiea, for *H>o n ynrd. 11 pleces _7-lll.h Invl.lb. Slrlpo Zli rich 'i'nffotas, ln nll tho popular shlrt It is impossible to select the best bargains from the hun? dreds of fine thiiigs in our Curtain Departinent. YVc are bct? ter prepared to attend to customers than ever before; but what is more to the point, the values are splendid. Ilope Curtains made of large size fancy ,cord and trimmed wlth large tassels, full size for double doors, extra value, $3.50. Kope Curtains, made of large slze chenille cord, ty.l.ilS and *S. Bagdad C'ouch Covers, 3 yards long, wlth jioavy tassol frlnge; rcgular SC value, 1*11.08 each. Satln Derby Portleres, old rose, bluo and green, heavy tassel frlnge; **15 value, !*1''...0. Ileavy Repp Portleres, silk flnished, solid color, rose, green and red; ?10 value, 98. SO a palr. Oriental and Bagdad Portleres, extra heavy quality, long tassol fringv, sppclal tf.*! a palr. Fine Cablo Ket Curtains, copy of hand made Brussels and Irlsh Polnt Curtains; regular $<".*. value, tf-i a palr. 15 styles of Flno Nottlngham Cur? tains. all double thread net and ef? fectlve deslgns, $2.f).S a palr. Nottinghani Curtains, ln wide Irish polnt effect borders, plaln and flg ured ccnters, 2 1-2 and 4 yards long; these curtains sold up to S3.50, your cholce 92.no n pair. Heavy Nottingham Curtains, 3 1-3 yards long, with neat open work bor derts and plaln centers; rogular $2 valuo, ijl.no. Speclal salo of Nottingham Curtat-ns That wore $1.25 nnd 51.39, all 3 1-2 yards .longr, $1 a pnlr. ? ? Brussels CurtalnF, ln handsome allover designs. made on flno Saxony net and all hand worlc, 3 1-2 and 4 yards long; regulair $.1 value, S-'.l'i.uO and SjtlO.CO. Real Arabian I-aot- Curtains, wlth wide hand work borders, made on best eiuallty cablo net, 4 yards long, speclal value 1$21>. Irlsli Point Curtains, made of gooel ciui'.lity net and handsome* allover designs. 3 1-2 yards long, *??!.."0. Eton Fetnme Curtains, In all the new designs, 3 yards long, $Si.50, tJIJ.ol), 915.08 and $5 each. is priced independently of what other merchants charge. We bought from one to twenty cases of a kind, and prices favor the purchaser. Women's Heavy Wool Garments, equal to many merchants' $1 goods; hlghest recommendation as to wear and perfect. fltting. All sizes In Vests and Pants, 50c. a garment.' Another lot of Heavy Part AVool Vests and Pants?the best 50c ones ever sold?are '.iltc a garment. The best 25c garments for women are ltic for Vests or Pants; some are i?o. Chlldren's Heavy Fleece Llne*. ln ' V.'righi's Underwear, all slzes to 34, at the rem_.ri_a.bl_ prioe of -*?e a garment. Other Fleeca Lined Undearwear for giris and boys ts ..1c a garment. Women's Fleece Llned Kibbed Unicn Slffis-Egyptlan?full sizes, for *_l'c a suit. Children'.. Unlon Sults, natural or EgypUan, 20c. In all sizes. Women's F.ed . ledicatcd ^.11 Wool yejjts or Pants, in all sizes, silk fln? ished; a splendid ?1 value, for 75c a garment. A lot of Merlno I'nderwear for wo? men, is Engllsh made?it is sllk fln? ished?all sizes, 7Gc a garment. Mon-slng is to the rest of Underwear what tailr)r-made garments are to the ready-made. The shape, finisb, and weavc aro paiented and different from all others. A healthy wear not found ln other garments. Cohen's prices are little more than for the ordinary goods. Medlum Welght Sllk Trlmmed "_" erino. ln short or long sle-eves, fiOe and 'lOe for Vests or Pa. ts. Hzavy weig hl ln the same. 715c- a garmo.it. If you want warmrj. ar.d comfort and not feel bung]e?emie. buy Munslng's Sl woe-i garments, They are be-ttcr than Sl.Tt ol other rnakos. je_ the; Hunslng L'nkm SuilH Tor i*J._r.. 2^X2^ Bleached Sheets, 63c This is one of the scores of wondcr prices in our Bedding Department. In Blanket? and Comforts wc can save you a full third. Come while the choosmg is ample. 2 :-4r? l-i y..-<is Hematltched Shfteta aro CK?. ?ixy/ B?eet?, regul&Hy (Z/:, for 55c. v,v /:;.ve another at 4f-<*. T2xl?J JiheeU. .'!He:; A'jto one, t>ix?l. tvsavpji gnAo. 4'i.x"S, sr:d 4'x_< Pillow C.if.es, were 13 :?;.. rot i<>". IC. _';_<_', 10c PlIiOT. Caj-^rt for Pc fcach. We DouWe Jl*-.-.'. --J ?'..?'?: piUon Ca*e_, 47 _/._<:_ _..e.ru-I *;z':*, 1 Sc each. 5ale of Blankets ikeU, J?h<*. rifcrt., 1*1. IV; 8 ? ,.-".. ftSJSS. i iftuifcets, *2TJ. . toUuilun*, VH.&O. .j.i.x.i'..U, <w. :.._/) Wool Blanket*, ?**?**. .10 Wool Blankets, $7.50. A large assortment of All Wool Fancy Mald Bath Itob . Blank .ts. ?*..**" a palr. Pifmr'.) Sllkollno Covered I1W Lami nau-d Comforts, *. i.-.i. Extra Full Sllkollne Covered Laml niued Cotton Comforts, whlto and tlnl .<l gro*_r.d_, ifS. Handsome Importcd fe'llkollne Cov? ered Comforu, ?.*?.'?*. r?o, LftLmb*' Wool Fllled Comforts, cov? ered wlth figured *utteei:_ and Khaded border*. ifi.so. Ha. dior. . Haltcen Dov.'n Fllled Com? fort ., r." Other Comfort. at ??, **7 and ?*.._<) to ihe harjdforr.tr allk covered ones, Our Cbl/itz and C'retonne Covered Corn forU. SOo to >?> 1.50, Basernent. 25c Golf Gloves, 15c. re for M'___*. nnd -a.te. lUtlD troru out ISlOYQ ?.*_.'? TV; ti'ssi _.!__.? htid ? : _ K>*l 'ir/;'K?. S_1J f't.Ot. Mt_ O.lf ,_".r * Ok/J**., ar;d . ? <r ' .v.-H K-1 filack Skirts, 59c. , :?.-???.?_"; Vt.ltti *._!/__ - _*___ _ tA*il*4 t\'j ???'?. ?? y> i4f.fj.fin4 jMnch riai/H, with plaited han dle, ln black or brown. We have 40 to m-II ut liOv. each. . Jrie;l!<!_ w'.ep- (;ru*h&'l l/nxXsr Bolt?, r.i.-;. <,r brown, v.orth I). for IJOu. Wo'^lia/.d Violet T-k-um Tov/dt-r, llo. Outnplstn '*?? T-jbe-ts 5c. (/,-..?<? ..|/J f !,i|.!.!,% H<*. _._v_U(n? .tuptx-rt'* liieixch, f4,00. , He.n . r.- Jlarv.lfUi Cold Cream, fl<?t*. ' )??/;.? ?;id <J-ll#J pai'ina Vl'/lfcl _.*? ir.ct. I7_. | h '.Ir_e*n'* YtwMle Cream,,JlUe. ' waist colorlngs; $1 onea, for Ofic * yard. 1/1 pleces 42-lnch Black Chlffons, the now waterproof kind; Wc value, for 25c a ynrd. Pomparlour Crepo de Chlnes, ln ex qulsltc Dresden deslgns; $1.65 values, for ""i.lO. Flbwcred Nots, ln all the new evenlng; effects; 65c values, for *M>c. All Wool Flannel Waists, 59c. All sizes and all colors, tho same that merchants generally brag on at 98c Theso wero made for a house who found they could not take them In. They wero" turned over to Co hen's, storo to reallzo thoir money. Only 21 dozen, but they'll not stay hero long at 51>c. ?"*-.__ for the Handsomest lllumlnated or Chameleon Taffeta, ln all the new shades, wlth new sleoves and collar. There are other Sllk. Waists for $:?.-*_, ln all colors, wlvich should be $5. '$1,25 for pretty BrllllanUne Waists, cut ln tho latest style. Wo have oth? er.. to ?**2.or>, wlth three prices be? tween. $2.05 for Velvet Waists, wlUi now slcevec and other styllsh touches. Norfolk Jacket, $2.98. This is one of the biggest values wo ever had. We have Children's Sweaters, 5?c 75c and to $I._>8. Wornen's V Neck Blouses, very fetch Ing-, for $_.l>8, $U.?5 and $5.50. Foot-Bal! Ribbons. The bigger the show of colors tho more It nerves your favorlte team to do its best. We have both College Colors in all sizeo. Here are three of tlie most want? ed sizes: 1 inch wlde, 5c; 1 1-2 inches wide, 9c, and 3 1-2 inches wide, 19c Two Specials. S 1-2 inch Taffeta Rlbbons, In all col? ors, worth 16 e, for Dc a yard. 6-1 neh Loul.Jlne Rlbbons, In all colors, worth 20c, for 17c a yard. Hosiery Specials. Women's Flne Rlbbed Black Stocklngs In llsle flnlsh. If you remember the best ones you ever bought at 25c you can buy them here Monday at 15c. a palr. The manufacturer called them seconda, but you'll havo.a hard tlmo to Hnd why. Wornen's Fine Imported Stocklng-s, malohlcss In wear, mado by tho oltl machlnery at Chwnultz; ihe Import er'_ prlco would make Lh om USo; thoy are combed Maco yarn and lull reg? ular made, for 10c a palr. Mlsfes' and Children's Flno Rlbbed Bto'ckinKS, up to 9 1.; tho best ever seen at 19c, special 12 l-2o. Wnyne Knlt aro among tho most rellablo hoslery mndo. No stock ing. j'ri thls country for 2.**o. Is _uperlor in uppearance or wear. King's Spoo. CoS.on 18c a Dozen. Halr Plris, Msortoi). 2u a box. Alumnliiuin Thlrnbles, 2 for lo, llone Collar Ruttons, 2o u dozen, 8. tU:on Covered Corset Steels. 4 and 5 hook.., 5?. 0 plec.a of Whlto Tape for lt?. Iiqoks and JSyei, black or white, 6 card. for 5't. Durnlng CgKs, Ito, 12-yard roll of Tap<' all wldths, Bo. De IfOilf* 16_ Hooks nnd fiyea, 7<?. Jlarbour'p Urioii Threaxl, (1 1-So a epoo], _i<: Cal/lo l*1a?tlc, I7? a yard. Fanoy Walbt Sets, includlng pearl, con 19c tp 2oc, for K'o a .let. Flanneiefte Skirts (or Women, 25c. aou for Children's Flanneiette Gown*. .?!? for Women's Haby IJluo und fln*. r_i.i, .own fiVr.rtr., with sllk tcallopod . edge. . T_c for Wornen's Flannelotto Gowns, ln pretty strlpes, wlth fancy yokes. 20c for Women's White Knlt 8klrts.* 70i? for Worn.n- Half Wool Knlt Hlilrt.. Second Floor. Flannels and Cotton Goods lnst Give Their Space Wc don't want to put them away, and you need them. Wc have priced tlicm to make you buy a double supply. You'll need them before you get such a chance again. 1C 2-3c. 8cotch Plnld Crepe Sultlngs, llko tlio $1 Woolen onos, 12 J-2c. BOo Imported M"orcerlzed Walstlngs, fanoy woven flgures and slrlpes, Ulel. Solld Color All Wool Trlcots, all shndes, U'lo. BOc .Mercerized Popllns and Etamines, llko sllk, 1?o. 4-4 Full Uleached I.lnen Flnished Sult Ings, " ??*??*. ? Sllk Embroldcrcd Yard Wldo All Wool Bklrtlng Flannels, BOc*. Engllsh Chevlots, lionvlly flteced, In Uouretto effects, llko wool.n onos, 10 IMa, 12 l-2c Crepo Flnnnelettes, ? J'-.n. Extra Heavy Double Face Fancy Prlntcd _Hdcr_bwtl8( Porslan and' other affects, l">t*. 12 l-2p Honvy Fleecod Elde-relown, dou? hlo face, llglit und dark ground.*!, fancy prlntlng, Sts. 4=4 Fruit of the "Loom, 7^4c Is ono of tho wondor prices In tho basement Cottons. Here nre some more: 10c Fronch Percales, 7 .'l-ln, 12 l-2c Crepe FlaunelottOf*, H n-lo. 12 1-i'c Yard Wldo Sea Islnnd Pcrenles, n :i-?o. Doublo Facfi Elderdowns, 7 h*4o'. 6 l-4c Best Indlgo Prlnts, 4 3-le. 6 l-4c Woven Scotch Plald Dress Ging hutns,".? !t?lc. 4-4 J.Inen Flnished Cannon Cloth, 7 3-4C. Bc Woven Dnrk putinas's, 0 :.-??<*, Amoskoag nnel l.ancuiler Apron Glng hams, 5 ,'t-r?*. 4-4 Freneh Porcttlefl, 5 .'l-le. 4-4 Androscoggln Bleached Cotton, 7c. lOo Unbleached Dr.ll, 7 l-?c. 0 l-4c Turkoy and Wln. Red Prlnts, 4 ?-4o. 4-4 Loildsdalo Bloaclicd C'ambi-lc, 10c. lel's Talk About Dolls It looks like cheapcning these dainty young ladies to put our price on them, so wc'11 say the incre dollars and cents arc to pay us for the trouble of getting them for you. A Beauty for $1.25 Jolnted Dolls, 21 Inches tall?nearly two foet?wlth lilsque hoads nnd braided wigs. Wo furnlsh a palr of white kid ball tdippera and sllk stockings wlth each of these young ladlcB. She'll cost you $1.25, probably a tenth of her worth to the llttle onea. Como In nnel see our Immonso stock; dolldnni hus nent her best represento tlveS. From fie to $12.50 la many Jumps, hut there la n. prie.-o for every Jump. Chinaware for Thanksgiving ?____mmmmmmmm9mmmmammmmamaaaatamamMam4m^ You want the table to look well with its snow white nap ery. but Dishes are half the battle. Haviland's China is match less in appearancc and service at' the prices. Come and see some handsome pieces 6i Cu:-Glass. Come and see the har bingcrs of the holidays in our immensc stock. $1 each. Hand Decorated Gold Stlppled Chocolate Pots, worth ?2. fO.SO?Handsome 12-plece Two Toned Tollet Sets, reduccd from 812.S0. f4.1)S?10-pIcco Heavily Gold Stlppled Tollet Sets, decorated ln apple blos soms; a good .6 valuo. Q3.K0 for Decorated Brass Trimmed I.lbrory Lamps. $4.8.. for Freneh Chlna Chocolate Sets, worth SG.W. BOc each?Real Rockwood Jardinle.s, redueeil from fiSc. 51.?S? Quadruple Plated Silver Balclng Dlshes, with separalo porcelaln bak ers. iiBc each?Silver Bon Bon Dlslie-s. 10c for half dozen NJckel Nut Plcks, ln box. fl.08?Japtui Coal Vfise**, that were ??..0. 2rio each?Cut Glass Snlt and Pop per Shakers. with stcrllnu silver tops. 10n eauch?Cut Glass Knlfo Rests, worth 3'Jc. Slto each?Doublo Hh??t lron Roaatora that usually sell at BOc. OBo for lO-quart First Quallty Gnui Ite IKira Bollers. lOc cnc'n-8-lneh Granlte Plo Platcs. 35c?12-rlng Granite Muffln Pans. BOc for l7-<iuart Stt-el Enamelcu Dlsli Pans. 4Bc for 5-e|uart Seamless Sauco Pans, wlth handle nnd cover, A Word tor Wise Eyes Do you remembcr when you used to pay $10 to $15 for Glasses because they were spccialiy ground? "Specially -*? ground" is a good term, but it costs you high. It gave thc optician a chance lo charge you about 500 pcr cent. extra. It is such stores as Cohen's that changed that graft. Two Grand Specials for Honday Regiilar J3 Gold Plated Alloy Spectacles or Kyo Glasses. wlth rlms, jrood (jual ity double convox Jenses. -tfunranteod flt nnd sntlafar.tlon. ?'?,??'. j-karat Gold Fllled Spootaclos or Eyo Gj_.se., guarante.d for flve years; a ton days' trlal free, for Jfl. .4. 10 Arl Bepar taent SpeeMs Sale of Reiiaissai.ee picccs, in all the wanted sizes and styles, some with linen centers, others with allover lace >dc signs. Price begins with jc for Doylics. Protty 18-lnch Centers for 7.".?. Scarfs ln varlous styles and full lengths, for ?1.HB to JJB. T&nerlffo l.ace Centers und Scarfs, In all the ne-.vr-.st designs; ceiitcr plc.es thnt sliould be Wc are r.Oo. Some; wlth haiid-ome drawn work cen? ters ntld liferd'.red wlth Tcnorifffi wln-els, whlch usually soll tor $1,76, cholco T'l. Pure Linen Scarfs, wlth spoke hem stltch and one row of drawn work. full lengths, for BOc. Centorplee-cs to rnatcli for JOo and BOo, K00 plecoa of Appiio.ua und Knibroldernd Sitfirfs and Rliatna nro on unlo In three; lots?_KSo, -tSv and fclto each. jCilshlon Tejr>?. in all tho new and novel designs. Some of the tliUed onf-H on linen, tliat are pi-leeel ols<; where at f>Oc, nro here for 20o, Others for llc thut should bn 10c. IBo oneis are the best _ie: styles. We will speak first of those 22?-inch Double Satin Damask Napkins, that have always been $2.50. We have 20 dozen to sell at the rcmarkable price, $1,59 a dozen. Among tho other Linens whlch have just como in is a heavy Ger man, full 5-8 Silver Meaclie d Napkin; always horetofore **1.25, theso are ??<*. a dozen. Flne Bnoivflake Satln Damnr.k Break? fast l>iy\ie&, cost ?1.50 ti dozen. Mon? day'* prlco fit* each. Heavy Russia, Cr;i3h, rcnvirkablc here tofore at De; u. thousand yards are here at 3o a yard. UO do?g.n Large Linen Huck- 'fowels, s(ze 20x40, special prlce JOf each. 2 ynrd. wldo Half I.inen Table I.a m:...k, auc a yard. Dleached All I.inen Tablo l.ariioek, C. luolies wlde, usually COc, hut thls ls 45c. ?Jl..-' and U.50 Full BK'ached Tablo Pa masks, 75o a yard. This particular line of Linens was bought from a house that had to sell, and you get all the saving.