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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1908.
I '4 - ; .1 f 1 .if 11 i 'I' A & R Sale of Gloves LADIES' 25c GOLF GLOVES FOR lie Manufacturer's stock of gray golf gloves, very warm nd durable, worth 23c a pa;r. in A & R Ssle for LADIES' 25c WOOL MITTS FOR lie Ladies' all woo knit mits, in black only, the kind that usually sell at 25c a pair, in A & R Sa'e at $2 ELBOW LENGTH KID GLOVES FOR $1.39 These are 8-button length fine quality kid gloves, regular $2 values, in A & R Sa'e a pair A & R Sale of Corsets $1 and 69c CORSETS FOR 25c One hundred dozen corsets, the well known C-B brand all styles are represented, shirt, medium and long hip, all sizes 69c CORSETS FOR 39c B-B corsets made in long and medium length, with best quality hose supported, full boned and hmdspmely lace trim'd $1.25 CORSETS FOR 79c The Rheno corset regularly sold at $1.25, the workmanship and material is the finest, made with hose supporters, ia Sale Sale of Notions, Dressmaker Shears, all A) sizes, at jj. IB Good Brass Pins, worth 4c & a paper, in sals THREE for-0 Tubular Shoe I DeLong style Laces, a Oj hooks and s dozen fo JP eyes 1 doz Ladie's and Children's Hae Supporters, button c!ap," 10c J and 15c va'ues, for 3 F.ne Ocean Pearl Button, and 4 holes, sold regularly at 10c a dozen, in sale for Dainty Dres? Shields, perfectly light weight, all sizes, 2, 3 and 4, these are worth 19c and 25c. c Thursday at- Thy M, i.39 mmaunmmmm HIT 25 39' 79 Read this Great Photo Offer This is the greatest offer ever ma.de Witheachy dozen of Cab inet Photos $3 a dozen we give for 50c ex- meat which Is ) VALUE worth $2.50 I , IrtEMEMBER our photos are "V ( qual to the very best that are made in this city. 3 $3.56 ore astounding bargains and greater assortments will mark the second day' of this great A & R Sale. The economies listed here show the wide scope ot our planning to make each succeeding one of the ten days more important than its predecessor. These bargains will impress you with the domot buying all your needs for months to come. Come early Thursday morning and secure the greatest values ever offered in this city, Tremendous A & R Sale Bargains in Ladies' Sweaters, Golf Vests and Waists Two enormous purchases at less than the cost of materials. wis- Ladies' $1.50 to $1 Golf Sweaters at 79c Ladies sleeveless goli vests rrgular'y sold up to 1.50, all wool in gray, red,flj) white and black $J $2 Golf and Coat Sweaters at 98c For women and misses in red, gray and white, QQ $2 value for "0 $3 Sweaters for 1.33 High grade sweaters rep resenting values u? to 13, finest quality wool fl O Q yarn, m all shades lij 1.50 Flannel Waists at 69c These are all wool flannel waists in nlain colors and fancy plaids, worth 1.50, in the A & R Sale f Jf 2 Shirt Waist Dresses for 98c Made for the spring of 1908. At far less than the cost of materials, made of best quality per- caies in polka dots, checks and army blue. In shiit waist style, full plaited skirt with folds, regu'arly sold at $2, In Sa'e for 5c Toilet Paper ; This is a 500-sheet roll of toilet ; paper, the usual selling price it 5c ' a roll, in A & R Sale at 69' -98 Ladies' 3 to 5 Waists fo: 1.85 Over 2000 waists of the fam ous "Admirable" brand at a fraction cf their original prices. China silk and lace waists, all sizes and all desirable 1 Qff colors, 3 to $5 val. llOD Handsome $1 Waist for 59c White lawn, perca'e and M'M' . madras waists, button front or i back, with long or tr tucked style and elaborately! wh.te cotton batt.ng the n'mm in..,.; mt kind that is usually so!d at 10c a worth $1, in the Sale zvdf Lace Waists for 1.49 In both ecru and white, made with China si'k lining, fine quality net handsomely tr m- f HHWWmmHWwi mca witn lace ana insertion in entirely I a 11 new design, in A & R Sale for 1 22.50 Dresses for 11.25 Fifty ladies' voile, batiste and silk mull dress- es, made in newest style with both waist and 1 skirt e.aborately trimmed, worth ?22.50, in A & R Sale at- 15c Ruching I The A & R Sale Presents Astonishing Bargains guiar uc - "rfs'S i in Underwear and Hosiery for the Whole Family DC Odds and rnd of rptmlr LSr i ruching including whit desirable colorings, in A :hree-quar- . , JOc Cotton Batting both plain , p . . iL I l. II. 25 1 J Children's 1 5c Children's 50c I Fine 20c Playing Underwear Bonnets t Cards , This is a lot of child- A fine lot of children's bonnets These are fine whist and pin-? . . ren's cm:lshair vests and I including eiderdown, silk and ve!-t ochle cards made of tint glaied t 1 1 pants, small sizes only, in t vet styles, prettily trimmed, with T stock, never sold under 20c a pack X T A oc k aaie it a$tracnan and lace, ovc value at in the A & R Sa e for 5c 11c t 11c ! 5c fr4W'H t i4 W A & R Bargains in 1 Ladi' Fleece w Upholstery Dep't Mens Furnishings ..18" Men's 50c Working Shirts for 18c Every shirt in this lot is a S0c value, madi of heavy quality drill, black and white, blus and other shades. Thre are some slight imper fections in the workmanship or in the materia'. but nothing that will hurt the wesring qualitv. Think of it! You can buy thete fO: shirts in th A k R Sale for Men's 10c Linen Collars for 2c These are all heavy 4-p!y linen collars, all good styles in standing and turn-down which the manufacturer discontinued making, tf) nearly all sires, in Sale at Qt Men's 25c Suspend:rs for I2c In this lot are heavy Police braces and ether fine elastic web su;penders, usually 1 Q1A) sold at 25c each, in Sale for JL ht ' Boys' ISc Suspenders for 8c Boys' gocd elastic web suspenders, us ually sold at 15c a pair in Sale at - Men's $1 Sweaters for S9c Heavy wool turtle neck sweattrs in all TQl shades, mad; tos-ll at $1, in Sale at ijjr Men's $1 Coat Sweaters for 69c Oxford gray and black coat sweaters, : all nzes worth $1, in sale for J J Men's $3 Oxford Coat Sweaters for 98c Men's $3 Oxford Coat Sweaters for 1.98 Men's J Jersey Over Shirts for 59c Heay fieecelined over shifts, all sizes & rti exford g ay and navy, $1 valu;, in sils O y Opaque and Holland Window Shades, coun ted on Hartshorn rollers with large nickle plated rings, nails and brackets, us- OM ually sold at 35c each, in Sale at &' Ruffled Muslin Curtains, 2 yards long A ) well made, worth 2?c a pair, in Sale 1 y Bobinette Ruffled Curtains, good qualitv net trimmed with machine made Cluny OAl lace, 2 yards long, worih $1.49- U 7 200 Pairs Scotch Lace Curtains, 3 yds f l?i long, 45 inches wide, worth 98c a pairDO 500 Pairs Nottingham Curtains, jn Rftinais sance and Irish point effects 50 inch es wide, 3 yards long worth 1.49 pair 7 Tapestry Brussels Carpets, in ha-;$ an1 rar. lcr patterns, good heavy woo! carp;t, OQl good value at 59c a yard, in sa'e at J " Tapestry Persian Striped Couch Cov. g p , crs, iringed all around, worth 7dz at-05 Irish Point Curtains, Dest quaiitv n.t rIain centers, 45 inches wide, 3 yards AO long, gocd value at 2.9? a pair I V.O Tapestry Table Covers, frinszed all around in gieen arid red onlv, size 4-4, worth 1 A: 29c each, in Sale f jr 1 y Silkoiines end Cretonner, in desirab'e A ; patterns, fast colors, worth 15c a vard atV Silk Floor Pillows, covrrej with fcest quality camSric. sizes 1818. 23c; 20x20, 27c; 22x 22, 37c; 24x24, 45c, 26x26, 55c a roll, in A & R Sale for 15c Moire Ribbon This is 4-inch wide msire rib bon, in all desirable shades, worth 15c a yard, in A St R Sale for Ladles' and Misses' 29c Un derwear f on 19c Ladies' and misses' Jersey ribbed fleece lined underwear, silk bound, ribbon trim med, pearl buttons, regular 29c Al value, in A & R Sa'e for Jl j Ladies' 75c Vests and Pants for 49c Thes; are fine natural wool vests and pants, perfectly made an J finished, in all jiies, these garments were made JO.' tW ltl.ll L ,JK., HUWr tlL g ( t Ladiei' 1.25 Wool Underwear at 69c Ladies' all wool camclshair vests and pants, fine ly finished by one cf the ,be mills in the .f: country to retail at $1.25, in A & R Sale 5J J Men's $1 Underwear for 59c In this lot are the celebrated Wright Health Brand underwear and Tivoly heavy natural wool ribbed shirts, also' natural gray all wool garments of every description, shirts and drawers h all sizes. Not a garment in the lot P A i worth less than $1, in Sale for-j" Men's 50c Underwear at 37c Extra heavy Yaeger colored fleece lined shirts and drawers all sizes O Ji worth 50c, in A St R Sale for 0 Men's 39c Fleeced Underwear, 22c Two cases of men'a , gray ribbed , fieecelined shirts and drawers, the yarn in these gar- A AT ments alone cost over 22c,vall sizes, in Sale - 7c v 10: Lawns and Dimities A lot of remnants of regular luc quality figured lawn and dim- X jties, in A St R Sale a yard Children's 20c Vestr and Panf.r for 11c Jersey ribbed fleecelineJ vests and pants in all szes, rcg- J 1 J ular 20c values for 1 X Ladies 25c Corset Cover for 12'jc Best 2!c quality fine white Jer sey ribbed high neck cor- Ojfe set covers, lenj sleeves-- 1 tot ' Ladies' 15s Seamless Hose at 8c a pair Sjendid quatity fast black seam less hose manufacturer,! sec- 3 0nds of 15c qualities, in SaleO Children's 12rc Hose at 5c a pair Heavy corduroy ribbed fast black hose, sizes 6. 6 and 7 only, &i regular 12c quality, in Sa'e-D Men's l2Wc Cotton Sox at 7c a pair Best 12 Jc grade of men'i seam less sox, fast black, manufact-'yi urer's seconds, in all weights Men's 1 Oc Cotton Sox 6 Pair for 25c Brown mixed cotton sock, all sizes regularly nold at 10c Ajjl a pair, in Sale 6 pair for Co Ladies' 25c Hose Supporters The new style pad front hose 4 ' supporters, in all colors, the kind regularlv sold at 25c each, in the X feg"' A & I A is R Sale for 15c Marshal's 10c f Tcwelrv Worth 40c f r " r Linen Thread and More This is Marshal'i unbleached? The timnle stork of nncn inreaa. a HMM. V thread, a 4.00-yard spool, . - inent manufacturer, including veil arly sold at 10c a spool, in ', ', pins, brooches, fobs, buckles and ', ', R Sa e at ; ; neck chains, in sale for " 4C i 15c uwmMiWMM4lM jf. .rf f i f f H fttl 1 1 1 1 1 tf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U-j, A & R Bargains in 1 Teas and Coffees Lined Hose I Two cases of ladies' fleecelinid T hose, manufacturer's seconds of T regular 12c qualities in Sale at i 6c t - f r t 4 r- tvt. S coys toe Windsor A & R Sale of Blankets and Domestics and 69' Ties A lot of boys' siteen Windsor ties, worth 15c. in Sile at 3c T -r . . A. t Linen Damask Doylies Good qua ity all linen damask fringed doylies, in A & R Sa c at 3c I $1 Blankets for 69c Heavv full 10 4 size blankets, white, grav tan, with pretty fancy borderi, regularly sold at 1, in A St R Sale for $2 Gray Blankets for 1.25 These are extra heavy 11-4 size dark grav blank ets, w.th handsome borders, never so d fl for lesi than $2, in Sale a: JLlts 2.50 Sanitary Bjankets for 1.49 These are soft white sanitary blankets, un shrinkable, full 11-4 size, in appearance 1 A f and wear they eqaal any '5 blanket JL 1.50 Comforters for 95c Full doable tel size covered with fine figured silko'ine, filled with good c.uality cotton Off' batting, worth l.:0, in sale for- $ ju riaiiaei on iris Made of light an ! medium co'- S ored outinsr Panncl in all s rr it $2 Comforters for 1.39 These are extra large sizi comforters, covered with beautifully figured siikoline on bcth sides, fancy siitched and filled with pure white 1 1 cotton batting, worth $2 in Sale at llj SHEETS (3 PILLOW CASES Heavy Brown Sheets, 54x90, worth i9c for 43c Heavy Brown Sheets, 81x3.), worth 69c for 55c F ne Bleached Sheets, 72x90. worth 65c for 50c Heavy Bleached Sheets, 81x93, worth 75c for 53c P.llow Slips made of good quality cotton for Qc Pillow Slips, 45x36 of gooJ quality cotton at 2c 20c Coffee for 1 4c a lb. This is a fine qua ity broken bean coffee of ex cellent drinking flavor, worth 20c a lb. t J 1 .n A & R Sale for 1 28c Coffee for 21c a lb. This is roasted fresh for us every day, and its dehcou flavor compares with any coffee so'd at 18: and more, h Sale 1 lb.- 35c Mixed Tea at 19c a lb. Fine m xed teas, such as Oolong, Gun Powder and English Breakfast, the same qua ity flflj usually sold at 33c a lb. in Sale for I 7 21' A& R Sale of Shoes' Women's Rubbtr Heeled Juliets at 89c ri.acr kid Juliets with paten: leather tips and -89' heavy rubber heels, sizes 4 to 8, in ths A k R Sale a pair Women's 89: Peerless Crochet Slippers F A 1 all colors, sizes 4 to 8, in Ssle a pair- 3 Little Gents' Solid Satin Ci f Lice ShoesQQj heavy so'e, 8 to 13 , worth 1.00, in aev7 Women's fO: Storm Rubbers, all sizes, yQl 2 to 8, in Sale a pair . g 7 Misses' 55c Storm Rubbers, all sizes, 11 to 2, in Sa c a pair - , AT J t i l ULASliKI A15T KXUUJITIOX At r. W. TicruaJi & 'o 's Open at Xoon To-day. The public interested in art areto get a ran; rhanrc In faet their eres .-it an "exhibition t!ie Tifrr.an Giilery, Chape! s'reet. SI. EverpiH Blashki. an artist with a pre.it reputation as a l,tid3cape paint-, er, is looked upon by critics in Xev York as one of the. few men who carrv the messages of Inness. Martin ami: Wyant. o.ir p-cateyt American land- 1 "hich oiV"8 this t I Mr. lilashki. whi is a proniim-nt art-! ist. member of thy lyotos cluh of Ne-.y Tork. is an exhibitor at the Xiti ,, a?aiiemy. Mr. liurniker or the New- York fs-m savs of Mr. ltlashki: "He love trepa pi'-t oi 'l,! Kilinn ra un'.:rii? niorii.'l rocks he Mr. bain her' rhf :ye thr -i-. he expresses a Vir- ! toak Firm Fntli. j the clumps of tree?, the Po. ton. .'nn. 15. A schedule showing ' K-Mat:an s;nd the Imme- ! linbiHtlis of S134,?06 was jsied in the' ?es t depict i in. vho writes n ?:.ii. X. V. MISS GIKItmXG'S CL.VIM. I District art St--iiT cf court to-iliy by the Iyiuis P. tiir rirm of U .Starr & Co.. noon at, scape painters, who have pissed away. 1 and lovingly ueiintrtcs them. Witho Hlso praises whi' h was retit 'cced in bankmpicv by as f'jltill'ir rrii;tnr on Ie mhir 17 h.ct ' TW ,,.c im m:! i.iis Kiiuncu sjiic? ci -n.iM.ny ic.lt in indies cioaks is.iiis . VViter street Mr. Rlashki's lausl work the rroi y ars i has riven noti e that she is to stay jthfre nd be proverned by the civil ser i vice rules. Foley sas that he girl Is '"v'l : through ;n the cflice. He maintains t int she .is not an employe of the city n d fays Tltat Sl;c ; Pmicrtrd IV,-Scrvk-o. ' I'irector of Public Works Tolev has ""J," r ti!" . civ" !v,rVi0irUS- .-, . , , . . , - The oct-'in of Miss Glerdine will adl another job on his h-tids. Miss lenfi thf. contmver-ies reirardmg the fiU ,M. Gierdin?. stenographer in his i Ins of vacancies in city halL