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!| In Several TH "| •* j China J
Small De- I I I I J I Department |
Ik jGC'/ f A Eg H f M I < Table Tumblers at 40c doz.—- 4
;: partments ilMfj V « T\.f\ ?| •
!► Notions— «
► .~>oc sewing boxes, 25c. tJf^W*»S6ieas■ .'" •»- -».. . ' |i 1 -r*r> inch casserole, bowl, pudding dish
► $2.00 to $2.95 plain brass and v . liri | ■ au( * s ' x eustar d cups. 4
white enameled extension book -vt i W.a 1/' Decorated China at HBc i
► ra «;*l£n combs and P ,ns, We want to start the New Year with cleaner stocks; we must close out many odd lots and <
► 8 2°5 r ,Tnd 50c barrettes, i3c. broken assortments in order to do this. Besides telling you of the remarkable price reductions fin S2\o b X d and ro " trays nml 4
► 15.- shell and amber ribbon i• . , , . • >. , jt i , . ... 1 n-uuuiuun ' Decorated China at fl»c—value <
barrettes, sc. wliicn every mark down is genuine) you have the whole story in a nut shell, and we mie-ht throw out
• Bc;—chop plates, tea pots, nut 4
► 20c amber hair pins, 5c doz. j , "11 i , . J ' o 1 uluvv *-»UL bowls, cracker jars, salad bowls,
► 5c aii-over amber hair nets, j tne suggestion that those who come early will secure the best "T" trays - r . elis , h <li I shcs J si, « ai <
5 for 10c. I ° J 1 and cream sets, bread and cake
y 25c shell and amber braid ' ___ j plates.
i ::: THURSDAY 3NLY-THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR <E2S2? !
and white, 19c. ■ ■ ■ w ■■■■§■ nl 111 secure high-grade crockery jar-
* 20c percaline girdle fouuda- —~ ™~dinieres at half price.
► tions, 15c. The 75c kind at 38c. <
: H£:I!:: Year-End Specials MEN'S UNDERWEAR Domestics j , J
; in Toys and Dolls ' ! AND FURNISHINGS :
► Odds and ends Of ribbons left ' Unbreakable Dolls at 45tf—value 69o—dressed in rompers. Men's 50c knit mufflers in black, white and colors at 25£ l^t^^inH^^rn' 40 O-Mlro AM< ] OJII '
► •»L\ibbons aTl!v vanr >n ' Full Jointed Dolls at 95c-value *1.50—24-inch doll, with each. lengths. OIIKS ailQ Silk
y 39c ribbons at 25c yard! ' shoes and sloekings Men's 12y 2 « half hose, medium and heavy weight eotton, 12Uc and 15c Bed Ticking at an A i
75c ribbons at 45c yard. j Onina Dishes at lJc—values ;?ac and 39c. ! black and colors, 3 pairs for or ir. j 7\ic yd.—in blue and white and | C*Alvl W UUI i
* Nprkwpar and Dressed Dolls at 79£— value sl.2s—assorted styles. Men's SI.OO underwear; heavy weight cotton; fleeced; plain ' fancy stripes. tv„_ _ _ p AA i _
► . . Kum Bac Games at 10<^—value 2oc and'soc. and ribbed; natural wool; shirts, drawers and union suits at I Unbleached Sheeting at ii Mc , i/IcSS VjOOQS
► trimmings — Desk and Ohair Set, value ss.9B—oak. each. yd.—l 7 inches wide; in lengths i Yard-wide Wash Silks at ao c '
. Collars and collar and cuff sets; Dolls at 65^ —values $1.98 to s3.9B—kid body and jointed ' Men's 25c pad garters, pair. m-v> "b- j rrl- m, t I value SI.OO; —heavy qual-
slightly soiled and rumpled. d.» Us—soiled from handling. f . Men's heavy cotton fleece lined shirts and drawers, 35<* each. 65c to TScjTonf 90« : sna'ce^trine^' l'n"l'.'.Li a "' J <
50c neckwear at 25c. stuffed Newfoundland Dog at S6.9B—value $9.50 —on Men's SI.OO dress shirts, coat style with attached cuffs, per- —Blx9o. 90x00 and 81x108 I 42-inch Crepe de'oblnes at 25c ■<
* SI.OO neckwear at 50c. platrorm. cales and madras, good patterns; some counter soiled, at odd inches; these sheets are perfect yd.—value 50c; —silk and cot- „
► 10c Jubey trimming, black Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. ea( ,j, v with the exception of a few oil ton; neat figures and small de
► only, at 3c yd. ' Men's 50c dress shirts, coat style with attached cuffs; per- washing "A " few hemstitched ""42-inch Brocade Tussahs at
► Embroidered Flannel \A7VlCk'tf" cales. 3 for or each. sheets in this lot at the same 39c yd.—value sl.off:—Silk and '
39c embroidered flannel at 2«c i▼? lltfiL JIIIJS IcHX-lUIU Men 50c neckwear—four-in-hands, silk and knitted styles, price. wool; n navy, brown, wisteria, x
yd. - i v» at 25c. Pillow Cases at »c to 1«c each and Copenhagen.
► black' and I "red'onlyf 25c* Qo 1A tl (JTC f A j Mp»' s boys 2)c neckwear—four-in-hands, cut silk and inches* 0 Dreamlatd*'Bow° va'lue y «tf <
UUlv IJI Bag l.Vr ITB Cll. knitted styles, at l«','2f • man Special, Mohawk and Salem shades to select from. i
*■. L3CeS-~— ™ I Men's 50c working gloves, lined and unlined, with and with- brands. 40-inch Silk Crepe de Chine at
Lace remnants, consisting of At $5.00 j out gauntlets, at 25£ pair. j 10c Outing Cloth at tt\ic yd. $1.25 yd, value $1.50; — all
' S"' ' Fourteen Long Warn- Overcoats with convertible collar., j P. 0 ' B .' ITh. ***.!"*■ *•" "«« ■ml'&WOmm. '
► brown cassimeres and cheviots. I ' Main FIoor —BOWMAN'S. ; Imported Silk Samples at 15c *
Corsets and m se.oo —— —, —. Muslinwear |
Brassieres Newest Balmacaans, that were $7.50; iu heavy Scotch OtriKlllg Art IMOVeltieS Gowns at 05c—values 89c to seHinKpricc 6 " l ' than <
W. B. Corsets at 85c—value ,_ n "Pa/lurf l'nn Cin i At ,scv i f lue 25c ; Bntton - ular'aiid'tra' °"^rnadeMain FIoor—BOWMAN'S. <
► sl.so;—made of coutil; well At $7.00 KeQUCtIOIIS 111 burgsqua:res. draw nwork an, Je- I,!on S ook.
► boned; trimmed; nibb. - jrore in ! Droiaereci centers; J o-incli size. » _ i . • • ~ 1 . < i •* "
back; heavy hose supporters. Tliirty-s«'\en all wool Worsted, and Cassimere Suits, that flip At l7c — va,uc 29 °j drawn snl^htly 1 soiled r ° l er * V rlmm,nftß, Leather Goods 4
► to C s°^-l!c?^"nrl, U nd back 0 $12.50 and $13.50; in greys, blues, tans, greens LUC OUUC work square; 16-inch size. Drawers at'.Oc-value 25c;- Leather hand bag. with coin ,
to SJ.O , ace ront an Iba k, ; and dark mixtures. T\ „i._, -_X At 1-c—value 19c; drawn muslin and cambric, with tucked nurse, at Ssc.
lot; La Cami'l 1 oßova| S 'worcc?tc At $8 50 Dep&rtllieilt ork ., S 4 q V®™ s th hemstitched and hemstitched ruffle; open and Moire hand bass with coin i
► llriiilprson C-K Warner 'lllll •ffJ.JV a! -n, . closed. purse and mirror, at 2»c. A
Princess ' Twentv-three Men's and Young l Men's Warm Ovprenats Women's felt slippers that At , .7~~ V: ,* round Drawers at 25c value 39c; — Beaded l>ags—regularly $2.50;
" Brassieres at-,<>c value <IOO ; il , ir ii , g , f , ? , ' were 85c and $ 1.00; pair, 40c. lunch cloth scalloped edge and fine cambric and nainsook with special at $2.00. "
<1 i i fr f ! I i three-quarter and full length models, ill chinchillas, Boys' high cut storm shoes, embroidered; 52-inch size. blind and openwork embroidery „ , <
ill p ol'l ilv',, r 11,',!.I 1 ,',!. | cassimeres and Kerseys, that were $9.90, $10.50 and $12.50. black and tan, double soles; will At : *-$c- value 50c; shams, ruffles; open and closed. handkerchiefs
► hroiderv with vokes of fine em At 4.11 wear like iron: sizes U P to 5 ' hem, drawn work and Corset Covers at 19c —values Soiled handkerchiefs regular
► broiderv or wHh lace and em values up to $3.50. Pair, st.oß. embroidere.l centers. 25c to 50c;—made of nainsook i ßc quality; special at 3 for 25c. H
broidery edces- all well ih-klc- Thirtv-five Hiffh Grade Suits 'ill lianil tailoveH wpvp Men's buckle arctics—our en- At OOC—value 75c; shams, and trimmed with embroidery Soiled handkerchiefs, 25c qual- .
► 34 to 46 made, 111 rj> me nign uraoe »UIM, ; Hi hand ailoied, were tire stock of $1.69 and $1.98 frawr iwork and hemstitched cen- edges and lace; slightly soiled. ity; special at 15c each. "
► Brassieres at 39c—values ">oc ' i . . '" ue worsteds, gie\ cas- best quality arctics; one and four ters > trimmed with wide lace. Second FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. <
► to 75c;—hook front and surplice snneres, and mixtures; sizes to 42. buckles, at lisc pr «
f !,'vor VinhroMcrv o^'iloa't''edges o'f Smoking Jackets, reduced to 50.65, §4.65 and 55.05, pers that were formerly $1.25 to A TTT> ATI A _ ATVTV * <
txs'jZ&zW*** ' A YEAR-END CLEAN-UP OF ODD
Trousers , rom ,, in LOTS IN THE CLOAK DEPARTMENT ;
► „ , , Heavy Corduroy Trousers,'lined; sizes to 42; reeularlv overgaiter boots with fawn doth Here are garments of excellent quality—some that are perfectly new — <
- clasp overseam gloves in ... c-j - n " 1 8 ' tops and concave leather heels; Bnnm fl la 4. i„„i. „„ i i . ~ „ . . '. , .
► white and grey—„ f ew black in $1.98, at $1.59. aii sizes; $3 value. Pair. $1.98. some tnat were ot last season s purchase—but all of splendid materials and <
► the lot, at 75c pair. Men s $8.50 Heavy Mackinaw Coats, large shawl collars, Women's finest felt slippers in ot g'oocl workmanship. The prices will make a Quick chance of ownership) 4
I 12-button fleece lined auto at 55.00. various colors, that were $1.25, __ .
I filoves; regularly $3.00. at *2..10 V Third FIoor—BOWMAN'S. $ 1.49 and $ 1 .69. Pair, 08c. CLEARANCE OF COATS AT $2.98, 53.98, 54.98 and $5.98
► P alr - % M Women's black overgaiters of rn, tlnm , j.,,- ,w, ~ , , . . .... ,
1 clasp real chamois gloves in "spats," all sizes, 50c values, . , le ! t )lu - uu to !J)Jo.UO. About htty heavy winter eoats in women's and misses
► white and natural, regularly FllfflitufP P T - sizes bought late last season; in staple style and colors; excellent materials. <
' EVENING COATS AT $15.00
woo hning u, tan ami grey; reg. —this is one of the sample cab- W UfllCU dllU That were actually priced at $50.00. One is a handsome light blue broadcloth, lined 1
► u ,Sa,p" MoSfa' With jnets on our sales floor; slightly ChllrlrPn JLltClieilWareS throughout wiMffieavy peau d' cygne, and interlined; with big white Iceland fox
. Jri 1 J ,! v o»"«r-(tl.eooll.ralo„ei 8 ,vortl, the price of the coat). The other h »
, spei-iHI at «a.SO ['air. ! One Special Kitt-hen Cabinet I 1., t j colera- stlk''iiaic an.l I —in.m 79c, 8!»e ami <JBc; —with taupe broadcloth lillcd throughout with heavy H«lill a cojiy of ail itiiiiorteil ,
► in t,» f h p«rin' t9 e nn iw! 1 —^ " hite Pnamel intprior; sample threHfl si)k | )00t ;. do „ b i e so]os ! handle and galvanized cover. coat - Suitable tor street or theatre.
, at 4«c pair " ' ° q " a " ty) ' | 'jS. *2?" , to " 3: 8 '' ai,s fo ' Wearever Lipped Preserve Ket- THREE EVENING COATS AT $12.50-
► '' ' " |!<,U^,AN > ' j Genuine Leather Davenport j Women's 19c hosiery—plain handle, 2 1 /j-qt. capacity.' '' la t were $'35.00. One is a dark tan—one a leather —ttfc other bisque. All are in <
IffATADTV .quipped 0 with Ttomatic' led-' b'ack silk lisle; double heels and Serving Trays at ,70c— from fine broadcloths, and beautifully lined. One is trimmed with fur fabric; one with
NOTABLE SInJIBBI sale prSW100. 5 ;-nmhogany finished frame velvet; the other with satin and braid. All are lined throughout.
, T\TT/ , *fr%'Tr\Tvrcj n ? ''^in'tlR 68 '^ 13 '' aco ' ,ea " Children's 19c hosiery—liue Cedar Oil Mop, flOc—from STREET AND EVENING COATS AT slo.oo 11
► $8.75 Jacobean chair and J/,; 0 pint of cedar Several modeU that were $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00. One is a brocade plush with '
y TJJ rockers, ••• •• •• • .$0.15 Boys' and girls' 25c stockings Fire-proof Casserole, »Bc ur trimming; one is an exquisite silk poplin lined with heavy satin; another is cerise
*| chair rocker nnd settee im. — me diuni and heavy weight cot from $ 1.69 ;—B-inch; brown fin- coachin broadcloth lined with satin; while brocade silk poplin and zibeline are also '
' WALLPAPER bolstered in brown imitation no^all o ''sizL; ""Jiiirfor « iopper" 1 " I,kel
► Spanish leather; regularly s2l. J7c pair o oia Ho d a t 9c—from 15c— ,lie moflelln K » r e a" so good that the woman who sees them is sure to be attracted. <
:4c ! upholstered • FuT Qgi,. stew L. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' TAILORED SUITS AT $3.98, $4.98, $5.98 <
able for rittiiJ roZI' n»r ' '„ P f /-^ a pes tr y, loose cush- £ 111 OcXS aoc-from 45c;-one quart ca- They were $12.50 to $25.00. Bought late last season. Black and navy mostly. Pure <
► tors kitchens bed room's and $35.00 4le price «^.30 PU eaeh y Ked Fox Sets at #13.00 P wool serges and poplins. All sizes, but not all sizes in all styles. Most of them are in
r hall's - q and'is inch borders $7.50 all felt mattress, art f ,,rth *iß-»";—animai scarf; . 12 ® a
tomatch I—h .oui,, •ieki To rcn ™ ™
► »7//_ roll- from 10i- In *--% annual scarf; ]>illow muff. and 9. 1,1 u ' el,l -».
. 7 ' 2C 12!4e; for „„rlor s . »»s jjatj, piiio., $2.50 MESSALINE PETTICOATS AT $1.25 —
► dining rooms, kitchens and ' 1 ' ''' $20.00; — animal scarf; large pil- attachment and wood handles. Not for clearance, for we arc selling them every day at full price but just to add 4
► halls; cut out and matched ! Fifth Floor-BOWMAN'S. j low,„„ff. Nesco Perfect Double Boaster, interest to the sale. They are pure silk-in all the wanted colors and black-and
► to blend. Good 1915 l!, S2B o°o - an,ma! !l,'self basting 'self browning they are all new. About a hundred of them in all. (Only one will be sold to each
patterns WODieil S aild. pillow muff. Nesco Oil Heaters, $3.25 customer.)
Q/' roll; from •'> 15c; Isabella Fox Sets at s2*J..>o from $3.98 and $4.49. j ~' —— 4
: 1 Children's S"^ 5 ; "" rt| ■ JSST,^ST£^ M SAMPLE SKIRTS AT YEAR-END PRICES
, with ciit-ont borders 9 aiidls Un (ierwear in o"r7aan'Ermin^ ll Tifier Coaoy! gao'd* paper! . Cain akirts in fine Meltona, | poplin anil other all wool Do you want to trim your
inches wide to match. Suit- i Moufflon and Coney Sets, at great cakes Lautz Xaptha Laun- ! 1,1 a good color assortment ] fabric dresses that were $6.00, suit or coat with fur? We
able for chambers living , Uomen ' s 50c underwear— reductions " dry Soap including one package and a good range of sizes, at $7.50, SIO.OO, $12.50 and sls. have a lot of tine furs—not
' room,. !S rf! J'K Fa. Fla.r. _ y. 53.88-regul.rly SIO.OO. Tear-End priee, $3.98. new pieoea-but good. In
15c ro " ; fr° m 18c to 25c; tons; ga,meats for si.m), or WVli + O Paa/Ic ' Don t think of these as re- Any new velvet, silk or black, brown "-and squirrel.
suitable for bed »5c eath. W 111 LC VJOOQS duced owing to undesirabil- satin dress in our entire They'll make beautiful trim- , !
b rooms, reception halls and ~«? Zint^ 9 !,pp i»!T, Longcloth at 50c piece—value 136Q.(11112[ ity for they are just what stock at exactly half price, ming—or hats. The prices 4
L parlors; handsome colorings dh.ni and'heaVy weight, at Mc varj lengths. Pe OnTy 2pieces White crochet bed spreads full you would select if you were (This is for the one day only will astonish you—less than
, with cut-out borders and e«.-h, . " ' si „V^h e „,mcd ready for use! va out to buy a skirt at full -the Year-End Sale.) a fourth of value.
panel effects;.some imported Bu ' ts rr Mercerized Table Patterns, 85c rious patterns to select from; price. But —and-we're frank Children's Coats in the A small lot of Silk Dresses
wall papers included. Jpf'u. 6 !'' 5 ® —value J1.50;—2 yards square; slightly soiled; regularly $1.50; about it—we anticipate dif- Year-End Sale. Choice of the that we want to dispose of i
" 1 ftr ro11 ; from 22(5 to 30c; at W. ' " ' ' hamlsonie patterns to select from. at ' •«.<». ferent skirts next spring and stock at $2.98. Good coats, quickly, they were formerly <
► including self tones, Boys' 25c underwear—heavy value"«4c;— and regularly 69c; at 50c.' Only 2to £. ant to r e d »«e our stock, but not many of them—only SIO.OO, $12.50 and sls.oo—a i
► stripes and weave ef- eotton, fleece at 17c. with red borders. a customer. Plenty of time to wear these about two* dozen. Good few were still higher priced. 4 \
, feels; .-lit out borders and vests and'"rmnts-'fleece' J White ° at 7He U1 C 'e a f-"P. of cotton plaid before the new ones are here, styles, good materials. First Year-Knd price, 53.98 and
► tea aj k £l.&VM , £ About twenty-five serge, eome™ mil get th. piek 54.98.
Hoor BOWMAN 8. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. Main fIoor—BOWMAN'S. Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S k Second FIoor—BOWMAN 8.
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TTAHRISBUHOi STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY FVFVTvr. no. 1914.