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WST'M ALLEYS- n Welta?i,m Bff'MALLEY2'"l
Closed Friday Noon. Last Summer Half Holiday.
4 Fen? WiWs Regarding the Alterations.
All summer we have had the builders working on the new Pitkin St.
addition to our store. The work is now rapid iy nearing completion. The
first floor of this new building will be devoted to the Cloaks and Suits, mak
ing the largest and lightest apparel section in the city! The space on the
second floor now occupied by the Suit Room will be devoted to Millinery. This
handsome new section when finished will be second to none of its kind in New
England. There will also be a new department in the Basement of the Pit
kin St. addition. Here will be located a thoroughly stocked Housefurnishing
and Crockery Store. Notices of the formal opening of these new departments
will appear in our daily store news at an early date. . ' ,
A Great Jamming Down of Prices to
Clean Out all the Lawn Waists.
that were marked
50c and 75c.
All the beautiful Lace and Lingerie Waists, Half
formerly marked from $13.50 to $25.00, at Price.
Helpful Savings for Mothers
in the School Sale.
for School Wear.
Children's School Suits, made 4 Af
to sell at $3.98, now I
Made up in neat blue, white and tan checks; double breast
ed coat, full plaited skirt with wide hem; pretty white waist
with each suit; $3.98 value. At $1.49.
Natty "Peter Thompson" Suits at $3.95,
$8.98, $9.95 and $12.00.
. These always popular '.'Peter Thompson" Suits come made
,up of good materials in brown
Misses' School Coats, $2.75 and $5.00.
Misses' School Coats in plain covert cloths and neat wool
checks, in an assortment of dark and medium colors. Priced
at $2.75 and $5.00.
Negligee Shirts, 50c.
Boys' white plaited and fancy
.front Negligee Shirts; equal to
the usual 75c grade. At 60c.
Boys' Waists, 25c.
TWLlttle Beauty" suspender
, Waist, the best of its kind for
comfort and wear, 25c ea.
Suspenders, 1 0c to 25c.
Good strong Suspenders for
t boys. All made of good strong
elastic. Priced from 10c to 25c.
Rubber Collars, 15c.
Large variety of styles in Rub
ber Collars. At 15c ea.. 3 for 25c.
Children's Belts of black,
white or red leathers; usual
25c value. At 1 2ic ea.
Children's Purses, , either
plain or with initial, belling
at 1 0c each.
Children's Gloves, black, tan,
gray, brown and white, extra
good value at 25c pair.
Taffeta Ribbons for hair
bows, 8 in. wide, extensive
assortment of colors, at 1 2&c
School Umbrellas; good quali
ty serge on 24 in. paragon
frame; steel rod, Congo hand
le, at 50c.
New fall Dress Goods in desirable patterns and
colors of the coming season. Selling at
These fabrics are subject to some very slight defects in weaving, otherwise they would
be marked $1.00 a yard. Selling at 49c a yard.
POREC-lA'KSrRK ON GOnd ROAD.
Pittsburg, Sept. 'i. Foreclosure
proceedings against the Pittsburgh-
that were marked
$1.00 to $1.49.
Coats and Suits
Children's Ribbed Cot
Usual 1 5c grade.
At 12Jjc a pair.
Children's Ribbed Cot
15c and 25c values.
At 1 0c a pair.
"Cadet" Stockings the
best made for children.
At 25c a pair.
School Shoes built
Little Men's Shoes of all
solid leather in vici kid, box
calf and satin calf; "Never
Rips" in blucher or plain cuts;
sizes 8 to 13J; regular QQ
$1.25 value, at - - - "OC
Children's Shoes on the
hand sewed Skiffer last, cf
velour calf and tan with ooze
tops; button or lace cut; QQr
shoes worth $1,50, at - fOL
Youths' Shoes in satin calf
lace; all solid leather; sizes
1 to 2; worth $1.25, on QOr
sale at - - - OC
Wabash Terminal Railway company,
upon the first mortgage and property
given to secure first mortgage bonds,
that were marked
$1.79 to $2.25.
Children's Drawers, 12Jc.
Children's Drawers of good
muslin, well shaped and trim
med with cambric ruffle. Sale
School Dresses, 45c.
Pretty School Dresses; sizes
4 to 6 yrs., made cf blus cam
bric, full flare skirt, trimmings
of white braid; others of plain
color chambray with plail
belts. An extra value at 45c.
Shirt Waist Guimps with
rows of hemstitched tucks,
tiny lawn ruffles and hem
stitched trimmings. At 50c.
Negligee Shirts, 25c.
Boys' Negligee Shirts in lig.it
and dark colors; cuffs attacnea
or detached; 50c value, for 25c.
Windsor Ties, 25c.
Boys' all silk Ties in plain col
ors and fancy plaids. At 25c.
A good assortment of colon
and patterns in silk 'four-in-hand
ties; excellent value, at 25c.
Linen Collars, 10c.
Boys' Linen Collars in all
styles and sizes. 10c ea.,3 for 25c
for hard service.
Misses' Lace Shoes of vie
kid and box calf with patent
tip; remarkably good shoes for
school wear; sizes 11 J to 2;
footwear made to retail yr
at $1.00, selling at - "C
Boys' Shoes of satin calf in
lacs only; solid leather insoles
and counters; sizes 2J to 5J;
footwear usually sold a a r
at $1.50: Sale price, I Ay
Children's Shoes of vici kid
and boxcalf in lace only; sizes
9 to llj; usual 89c rj
value, now marked - OzC
49c a Yard.
was begun . In the United States (Mr- i
cult court here to-day. by th Mertan
tile Trust company of New Vork.
Through A ShopWtndoW ,
Douhlr-wldlli elilffnn In all colors, to
b for automobile vpIIh, can b
found In nil the hopn,
Nr1Ib'' gowns and pucks In silk and
iTfp dfi rhino nre displayed to tempt
The vogue- for separate fonts will
have a salutary IiiIIiiok a nn the vel-
vets for winter, since nothing clue
combines so richly with cloth.
Rubber coverings for Injured Angers
limy be found In the drum store, Tin y
are more convenlMit than the kid glove
fliiRer ordinarily used, for they will s ay
on without bring tied. They come In
all slirs. ,
Housewives delight. In plenty of tow
eling and the kitchen towfls are of as
much Importance as are thoso for the
guest room. Kor the kitchen there Is an
all-linen crash dish toweling eighteen
Inches wide at 12 1-2 cents a yard;
glass toweling, also mi mo width and
A novelty Intended to Hllp . Inlo n
shopping bag is a Hut little case of gun
metal. Ono of tho inner sidcH Is fitted
out with rows of bristles, which lie flat
when the case Is closed but rise when
a spring Is touched and becomes a Htlff
brush. This may He devoted to clothes,
nails or hair, according to the needs
of the wearer. The opposite sldo fur
nishes a, mirror, back of which lie con
cealed a nail tile, a pencil and other
September brides may tlnd It profit
able to inspect the broken lines of lin
gerie now offered at reduced prices In
the stores. Among these are dainty cor
set covers whose only fault Is the soil
caused by shop wear, while petticoats,
corsets, and, In fact, all muslin ana
cambric under wear that are now sub
ject to the same marked-down price
can bo found In sets that match fairly
wall. If the. underwear Is to bo made
at homo equally good bargains can bo
secured among the. remnants uC em
broideries. Hints of what the fall fabrics are to
be like are already creeping into the,
shops, so many of the facts will be well
known. That glossy-faced materials,
with satins In the lead for elaborate
occasions and satin-faced wodIh for
daytime use, will prevail, there Is no
A great many checks, plaids and
stripes are to he' employed. Anion?
some samples peon which represented
a part of a buyer's output for the com
ing season, It was evident that very
supple but firm weaves, such as the
I broadcloths. Venetian clothes, prunel
1 las and sergcn are to be In great re-
quest. And It Is said that enormous or-
ders for velvets are putting the velvet
I manufacturers through their paces to
! keep up with them and get them to
their customers before the season
The Shop employs thor
oughly skilled mechanics as
well as artists for each
branch of its work.
Our workmen are skill
ful as well as thoughtful &
execute their work without
unnecessary litter & with
little inconvenience to the
H 6 Mm StUewBavm
THE SCHOOL BELL of. "Quality". rings clear and true here, warning
both scholars and parents that Malley School Week points out the wisest
buying ways In all School Needs. ' ,
Extra special, good quality Lead
Pencils, nlckle tip, Inserted rub
ber, polished red or black finish.
At Ic each.
Arrow Lead Pencils, soft lead,
beautiful colors, metal tip, Insert
ed eraser. At 2c each.
" Diagraph ", the old favorite,
the Pencil with the "waffle " fin
ish, nickle tip, Inserted rubber,
fine lead. At 2 for 5c.
"Herald" Lead Penclla, with
clasp tip and square eraser, worth
5c each. At 3c each.
Eberhard Faber'a famous 'soft
finish Pencils, a large variety of
styles. At 2 for 5c.
Eagle Standard Pencils, rubber
"perfectun", and patent sharpen
er. Worth 5c. At 3c.
"Eagle" Pencils, the pretty
"Chameleon" brand, never sold
for less than 5c. At 2c each.
American Lead Pencils, nlckle
tip, rubber eraser Inserted.marble
and onyx finish, soft lead, worth
5c each. At 2 for 5c.
Pencil Boxes, assorted designs,
some slide and others with lock
and key. At 5c each. ,
Pencil Boxes, sliding compart
ment, fancy Jipinese . finish pic
ture top, splendid variety. 15c to
Pencil Boxes, good styles, fan.
cy wood finishes, At 5c.'
Pencil Boxes, flrtely decorated,
filled with ruler, crayon, pen hold
er, pencil and pen point. Worth
20c. At 10c.
Gray & Brown
seat snd knee,
sll seams are
6 to 17 years.
Bloomer Pants 50c.
Brown Corduroy and Gray Cas
simere Mixture, ages 7 to 16 yrs.
Regular 75c values. At 50c.
Boys' Caps 19c.
Blue Serge, Gray and Brown
Golf Caps, and Blue, Brown and
Gray Cassimere and Tan Leather
Eton Caps, satin lined. Value 35c.
25c and 38c.
The well known "Ideal" Waists
for girls, made of fine heavy Cam
bric, shirred front, the best fitting
garment made, ages 3 to 14 vrs.
In plain 25c. With Torchon Lsce
Boys' Underwaists 25c
The well known "Ideal" Waists
tor boys, made of fine heavy Jean,
, heavy stripped, perfect fitting, ages
' 3 to 12 yrs. At 25c.
"Skeleton " and "Ideal "
Waists for Boys, all ages 3
to 12 years. At 25c.
Thursday Hair Goods Sale
A grand ooporrunity for ladies to take advantage of the low prices we are able to
offer on as fine a lot of Switches and Puffs as ever came to' this market-; the most dif
ficult shades matched. 1
. Pretty Natural Wavy " Gibson " Pompadours, Special Price $1.25. ' ;
SmaJl Natural Wavy Pompadours, Special Price 39c each. ....:l..u.:...'.
"Marlow" Puffs, eight in a set, 79c. " Marlow " Puffs, six in a s,et, 49c.
, "Marlow" Puffs, four in a'set, 39c. : ' '
Large Single Puffs, Special Sale Price 50c each.
"Jeannette" Pompadours, " dip" effect, Special Price $1.69.
Switches, 16-inch, short stem, all long hair, Special Sale Price 69c.
Natural Wavy Switches, short stem, Special Sale Price $2.50.
Schiffler's Dye, Special Price 89c. Pakuski's Colorific, Special Price $1.29.
High water to-day af 4:04 a. in.
flie Century and St. Nicholas mag-
Tablets and Pads.
Exceptionately fortunate pur
chase of one of the finest lines of
Tablets and Pads. Firm went Into
receiver's hsnds, hence double
An Ink Tablet, The Iron Cross.
80 sheets, Note sire 8c. 57 sheets
Packet size 8c. 32 sheets Letter
size 8c. ' '
A line we offer at 10c, woth
15c. The finishes are laid linen,
cloth wearand organdy. Nolo size,
54 sheets. Packet size, 40 sheets.
Letter size, 22 sheets.
Sovereign Linen and Sovereign
Bond Tablets, verv sheer,, very
light. 72 sheets, Note size. 54
sheets, Packet size. 30 sheets,
Letter sice. 20c values. At )2c.
Crayons, eight colors In a slip
case for Ic.
Crayola, eight colors' In a card
board case, six inch length. lOo
value. Extra Special 5c.
Bay State School Crayons, neat
wooden case containing three doz.
full sized sticks for 5c. - '
Crayons, pen points, nine In a
neat metal box for 5c. , .
Slate Pencils, 15c a hundred.
Composition Books, fancy cov
era, assorted styles, size 8 1-2 1
8 1-2, 30 leaves. At 3c each.
Composition Books, 30 leaves,
beautiful picture covers. At 3o.
of School Wearables
Misses' and Girls'
" Peter Thompson "
Suits At $5.00.
All sizes, from 6 to 14 years,
in Serges, Navy, Brown, Black,
with different colored trimmings.
Other Suits, 6 to 18 years,
$7.50, $10., and up to $20.
Misses' Drawers 39c.
Made of fine Cambric, with ruf
fle, trimmed with Val lace and in
sertion ; sizes 17, 19, 21, and
23. Worth 59e pair.
School Aprons 45c.
Made of fine White Lawn-, trim
med with embroidery and hem
stitching.' Worth 75c,
Children's Gowns 45c
Children's Outing Gowns, msde
of soft fleecy Outing, in assorted
Pink and Blue Stripes ; all sizes.
Regular value 69c.
azIniM for September at. the Feasn,
The R4v. Father Mitchell, the popu
lar curate at the Church of the Sacred
Composition Books, Illustrated
cover, showing pictures of Battle
of Big ' Horn, Great Generals.
School Sale Price 3a. -
Composition Books, 50 leaves,
press board cover, cloth back strip.
School Sale Price 5c.
Composition Books, 80 leavesi
feltlnum finish.; At 10c.
Note and Composition Books,
flexible cloth cover, fine quality
paper, 50 sheets. . At 10c. ,
Composition Books, black cloth,
double thickness, high grade ledg
er paper., Sale Price 10c.
Fancy finishes, assorted styles, ,
0-inch, pointed end, At 3c.
Proectfng Pen Holders, rubber
or cork shield, 5c each, 50c doz.
Pen Holders, brilliant colors,
polished finish, brass tip, 8-Inch.
At Ic each. . -
Combination School Utensils,
Pen Holder, Pencil, Eraser ana
Pen Point. Special 4c. ,t
Star Eraser, good site, Ic.
Circular Eraser Jnetal center 8e.
Ink and Pencil Erasers, 3 1-2
In., red, green or gray, At 5c.
Adjustable Clasp Erasers, square
rubber, 2-Inch, nlckle holder, Sc.
"Andrews" Dustiest Black
board Eraser,- wool felt, guaran
teed to clean a board thoroly. 4c.
For All Ages.
Misses' extra high cut button
Black Dongola Kid Shoes, welted
soles on foot form last: a splen
did Shoe for fall and winter wear.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2, B, C, D and
E widths, at $3.00; Child's sizes
8 1-2 to 11, At $2.50.
School Shoes $2.50.
Misses' and Children's Tan
Norse Kip Biucher Cut Shoes, a
special shoe for wet weather, ex
tra heavy soles, very nobby style.
Sizes It 1.2 to 2, $2.50; sizes
8 1-2 to 11, at $2.00.
School Skirts 25c.
Misses' School ' Skirts, msde of
White Cambric, with hemstitched
flounce. Worth 39c.
School Sweaters 59c.
Made coat style, In plain weave,.
Gray only; sizes 30, 32 and 34.
Regular value 89e. '
Taffeta Ribbon 13 c.
All Silk Taffeta Ribbon', No. 80
Pink, Blue, Black Cardinal, and
White. Regular 22c yd.
Hose Supporters 10c.
Lindsay Felt Button Children's
Hose Supporters, Black only.
Regular 15c, 19c and 21c.
in , Pencoyd
Heart, has been appointed to thff'Mli
alon bra.nrh.at Mllford. ITIs ltianj
friends In tlio New Mavrn.ehurrh an.J
In this city, will' regret that hs Is U