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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908.
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There are savings, made possible by a general reduction 1 of regular prices, which place this occasion on a true Profit-Sharing basis from the view point of every New Haven shop per. And these lowered prices are in force on merchandise that is needed now. The timeliness of these reductions greatly enhances the importance of the sale, It is an unusual opportunity that offers desirable merchandise under value at the very beginning of the holiday season. The second Profit-Sharing feature benelits those who have given the shopping public ana tneir employers their best efforts. We refer to our selling staff--the people, who have served you faithfully at the tables and counters. Their share is not re stricted to the profits alone. The entire volume of business transacted during the sale influences their portion of the proceeds. One Per Cent, of the Gross Receipts of these Stores During the Days of the Profit-Sharing, ruwm,'.muut.a Sale will be Divided Among Uie Employees of Our Organization. This method, which is actuated by a spirit of appreciation of the services of our salespeople, is entirely original with us. Shoppers will find that the Profit-Sharing Sale is not an empty title. They will find that the under-pricing, with which wa have treated our magnificent stocks of staple and holi day merchandise, makes the occasion well worthy of its name. Sheets, Pillow Cases and Cotton Cloths at Profit-Sharing Prices-Basement 85c Sheets, 64c. Bleached seamless sheets, EiZ9 81x90; made of heavy quality standard cotton; 85c value. ?a!e Trice, 61c. 70c Sheets, 55c. Havy linen finish cotton sheets, size 81x90; seaml.'s?; usually sold at 70c. Profit Sharing Sale Trie?, 55c ea. 49c Sheets, 35c. Bleached cotton shoets of very pood mntrial, size 72x 90; some have center scam; regular 49c value. At 35c. 11c Pillow Cases, 8c. Pillow Cas?s, size 42x36; made of a firm cotton; usually sold at 11c each. Sale Price, 8c each. 1 9c Pillow Cases, 1 5c. Pillow Ca3es of heavy Lang don bleacned cotton; size 45x 36; cases usually sold at 19c. Sale Price; 15c each. 12c Pillow Cases, 10c. Very strone, durable bleach ed cotton Pillow Cases; glze 42x36; a grade usually sold at 12 Je. Sale Price, 10c ea. "TOY TOWN" Is Open-Basement. 6c Domet Flannels at 4c yard. Bleached and Unbleached Domet Flannels, very soft and fleecy; regular 6c value. At 4c a yard. 1 5c Fleeceriowns at 1 1 c a yard. Very fine grade Fleecedown for kimonos and morning dresses, many patterns including the new side bands. Usually 15c. Sale Price, 11c yd. A Great Purchase of Wool Blankets at Profit-Sharing Figures. White Wool Blankets, that are worth $4.00. At $2.95 pr. Blankets of fine quality wool in white only; pink, blua or red borders; weight, 5 lbs. 11-4 siz; silk, bound; well worth $4.00. At $2.95 pr. Heavy Wool Blankets. Usually so!i for $4.50 pr. At $3.35 pr. White and pray wool blank ets with fancy colored bor ders; 11-4 i-iz -; nicely bcunl wilhjafi'eta ribbon. Usually $4.50 a pair. At $3.3") a pair. California Wool Blankets. Regular $5.00 grade. At $3.65 pr. 11-4 blankets, 6) per cent, wool, in white or gray with pretty colored borders, silk bound. W.ull worth $5.00. Sale Price, $3.6 pr. California Wool Blankets, that are worth $6.50. At $4.45 pr. California Wool Blankets in white and gray with colored borders; silk ribbon bound; 70 per cent, wool; should be $6.50. At $4.45 a pair. 15c Bleached Cotton selling et 11c yd. Extra fine grade, 45 in., Bleached Cotton for Pillow Slips; usual 15c quality, at 11c yd. 19c Bleached Cetton selling at 12cyd. "Pride of the West" Bleached Cotton, 42 in. wide. This grade usually retails at 19c a yard. Sale Price, 12&c yd. 6c Outing Flannel at 5c yd. Fancy Striped and Checked Outing Flannel, very firm quality; usually sold at 6fcc a yd. Sale Price, 5c a yd. Exceptional Profit-Sharing Opportunities in Embroideries, Handkerchiefs and Laces. Bandings and Embroidery Insertions 1 to 4 in. wide, straight and waved edges.8 to 12 yd. pieces. Thepe are regular 7ir '57c yd Embroidery Edgings and Insertions Open and blind ernbroidery patterns on cambric and nain sook cloths, 2 to 6 in. wide. ,5vrf 9cyd. Plain Linen Initial 'Kerchiefs Neat script initial?; very good quality. Worth Lie. each. Box of 6 for 59c. Da'nly Cross Bar 'Kerchiefs With initials and hem stitched bonier, worth all of 10c. each. Package of 6 for 25c Nainsook and Swiss Skirlings Handsome open work and blind embroidery designs, 18 in. wide. Regular 39c Value at 25c yd Pretty Swiss Handkerchiefs Hemstitched and scalloped edges; many neat patterns for fancy work. 19 and 25c A 'J Values t Very Pretty Net Tuckings In a variety of narrow, med ium and wide tucks; 18 to 27 in. widths. f Upho Profit-Sharing in stcry Goods. 25c Opaque Window Shades, 6x3 ft., 4 CZf rollers and fixtures complete, for ' JC Irish Point Curtains, $1.65. Assortment of pretty nov elty designs mounted on very fine quality net. $2.98 cur tains at $1.65 pr. $3.00 Utility Boxes, $1.98. Matting covered Utility Boxes with brass handles and hincres: 27 in. long; 15 inches wide. $8.00 value. At SH.ys. It Madras Curtains, 98c pr. Pretty plaid and cross strips effects worked in rich color combinations. Worth $1.59. At 98c a pair. 25c Pillow Tops, 1 5c. 20 very effective designs in Tapestry Pillow Tops that usually sell at 25c. Saturday, 15c each. Profit-Sharing at the Glove Counter. $1.00 G'ace Gloves, 79c. Two clasp Glace Gloves of prime lambskin; colors black, white, brown, gray and tan; regular $1.00 gloves selling at 79c a pair. Children's Mil tens, 14c Children's warm wool mit tens in black only; 19 value at 14c. Infants mittens that are worth 19c at 12Jc. Dogskin GJovcs, 79c. P. K. sewn Dogskin Gloves in black, brown, tan and white, two el'sp; all sizas. These are the umal $1.25 Gloves. Selling now at 79c. $3.00 Kid Gloves, $1.98 G'ace Kid Gloves in 12 and 10 button lengths; nearly all 11 colors. $3.00 values at $1.08 pr. A Special Bargain in Men's Shirts. Coat Style Negligee Shirts in light and medium CJQp colors, plain or plaited bosom; $1.00 value, at Jewelry Values Back Combs, 50c Shell and amber Back Combs in carved designs. Regular 75c and $1.00 values, 50c. Hair Barrettes, 10c Plain and carved shell and amber Hair Barrettes, worth 15c. Selling at 10c each. Necklaces, 25c. Cut bead, coral, turquoise and amethvstnecklaces.worth 50c to $1.00. At 25c. Cuff Pins, 5c Pr. CufT Pins in rose, Roman and old English finish. Valued up to 19c. At 5c pr. Profit-Sharing Prices in Dress Goods and Silks Wool Suitings in Mannish Striped CQr Patterns; 54 In. wide, usually 1.00 U yll. $1.25 Serge, 89c yd. Herringbone Serge, extra heavy fabric for Suits; choice of colors and blacks, 54 in. wide, $1.25 value. $1.00 Broadcloths, 89c yd. Satin faced Broadcloths with self colored stripes, good colors and black, 54 in. wide. $1.00 value, 89c. yd. 59c. Pongees, 39c yd. All Silk Pongees in an assortment of colors and black, 23 in. wide. Regular 69c Silks . at 39c yd. 59c. Black Taffeta, 39c yd A heavy rustling quality of black Taffeta, 20 in. wide. A grade usually sold at 59c. Now 39c. yd. Underwear and Hosiery. Women's Sample Union Suits, A Profit-Sharing &4 Garments worth Opportunity at I CV from $2. to $3. Samples of silk and wool Union Suits in "Forest Mills" and "Springfield" makes, all ankle length with high neck and long sleeves. : $2.00 to $3.00 values. At $1.29. Union Suits, 59c Children's Union Suits of steam shrunk wool; drop seat, high neck, long sleeves and ankle length. $1.00 to $2.00 values. . , Union Suits, 69c Women's heavy fleece lined Union Suits, the "Set Snug" make; long sleeve, high neck and . ankle length. Regular Mill Runs of $1.00 grade. Children's Hose, 1 0c. Children's heavy cotton stockings in plain black; dou ble spliced knees and double sole; 15c value. At 10c a pr., 3 prs. for 25c Children's Hose, 15c. Children's mercerized lisle hose in fast black.double sole, heel and toe; uual 25c value. In the Profit-Sharing Sale at 15c a pair. Women's $1.50 to $2. Underwear, 59c each. Women's white and natural, all wool vests and pants; long or short sleeved vests, French band pants; $1.50 to $2.00 val ues. In this sale at 59c each. Profit-Sharing in Linens and Wash Goods. 7c Printed Challies, gond pal terns and co!ors. A On sale in Bescme.nt at 48c Scotch Dzmask, 36c yd. 72 inches wis'e. Yard Wide Percales, Yard Wide Percales, in light Qr .A colors, 12 c value, at - u 11c Bleached Toweling, 8 1-2c yd. $1.00 Napkins, 79c doz. 18 iiicln n wide. Sizo 19xll. c yd. A Few of the Suit; Room Offers. Cidcrdown Bath Robes, worth $6.98, $7.98, $8.93 At $5.00. Kimono Dressing Sacques that were $1.25 to $1.98 At 85c. Silk Petticoats, Regular $7.50 grade At $5.00. Profit-Sharing Offers in Millinery, $8.00 and $10. Trimmed Hats At $3.70. $2.00, $3. and $4. Ready-to-Wear Hals At $1.30. $2.00 and $3.00 Untrimmed Mats At 69c $1.00 and $2.00 Wings and Feathers At 59c. Profit-Sharing in the East Store. The Values range from 50 to 75c Several Styles of Corsets. Marked in the A Profit-Sharing Sale at & 1 There are girdles, medium, deep hip and extra long, high busts to choose from; many have two pairs of attached supporters. Regular 50 and 75c values. At 21c. Children's Gowns, 21c. Children's Outing Flannel Gowns and S'urts in colored $1.00 White Skirts, 69c. Many ftyles of cambric skirts with wide flounces trim med with hemstitching, clus ter tucka and embroidery. At 69c. stripes; sizes 4 to 8 yrs., fin ished with wide flounces. At 25c. Children's "Alma" Shirts, 39c, 3 for $1.00. Another lot of "Alma" Wool Shirts for the Profit-Sharing Sale. Selling at 29c each, 3 for $1.00. A Profit-Sharing Ribbon Offer. Taffeta Ribbons worth 45c yd., at 29c yd. 5 in. Taffeta Ribbons in plaids, checks and warp print patterns; very heavy quality, worth 45c. At 29c. PROFIT-SHARING IN HOUSEFURNISH1NGS. 39c Cake and Bread Boxes At 29c Regular 29c Table Tumblers At 19c doz. 21c Tea Pots, 6 cup size. 15c. mmgasassmEEE PROFIT-SHARING IN SHOE PRICES. Children's "Marvel" Shoes, 79c, 89c, 99c Women's $2.00 Shoes, $1.49 pr. Women's $3.00 Shoes, $1.95 pr. WESTVILLE. 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