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THE ET1HIHO WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, IMS.
'AAA A A A A A A
THE NEW IRELAND :
GALWAY REAL W
OF IRISH NATIONALISM
ON WILD WEST COAST
There the Tongue of Old Ireland Is Heard
From Elders and Young, and Fishwives of
the Claddagh Cry Wares in Gaelic.
Tkls Is ths slge af tke siHee r articles gjgBSBl SJgS tm T Tbe
ralif Worm to give tB gsSSSSl the full knowledge f the
ever of hs SmoraM Mo. e prow wfcloh la prenMti ntriortltirj
resales tm a laanetrles, at end llteretnre of OiM ronatrv.
UK MART SYNON,
Special Commimkmer to Ireland for tha Gaelic League of
JA1WAT, 1RJ3LAPIIX Mr n. From Ota tension Chat boldi IWbUn
gggarngb tbaaa ttmaa whan tba Home Rala Bill hanga bat wan tha Committee
f fha How of Oommona and Its destination In tha House of Ixirda to the.
frfcn jnlBt of OeJwav on Ua wild weat ecaaet of Ireland mtgM eeero far
orf. vara tt not for tba fart that OaJwayl grlmne-a la aa portentous aa
lagtorlna naatament. For Oarwav, the otty wtaera fie ooixjurln Normana
ftetavle tba uaa of Irteb and from whirth both they aivd the Apantorda gtrove
t banlah the Trlah with equal riaiinnaaa. baa remained one of the renter!
a real trlah rjatlonaMtr .
raa a lr la Oalwar toejav and hnBdreda of men cams from far
te tba Cotmamara 4aaMet-4or OeJwav la the gateway to Cen
to bur and eeM Che abort-barn M, wiry oattle and the lonaMrgged
aid feeling for Ireland chat win keep
"J the earns," tha othor argued,
"tha Oo-rarnmont eaa maka tha country
aul or to lima tn."
"Perhapa." waa tba old Irleh hope
futneaa, tha old blah douM.
Everywhere waa feeing roloe tha aan-
ef hope of aha Mil's ultimate
For tt la Ireland's hop that.
even If the House of Lords rsjeots tha
bin ea Its eppearanoe this rear, tt will
aooavt tt with aoma amendments nest
year. And if that fails to happen there
la only another year to wait until If
the Ministry holds the bill becomes op.
eraxtve of Itealf. That potential olaus.
Ota oeatlmiaooa of tha Ministry. Is Ire
land's aeiioua poUUoal problem.
THEIR SPEECH IN THE OLD
It is en with whet aha haa little to
f band traebla la
Ball sit beeeuee of the wholesale ev to-
Iron the rtohoat ftetda la the
hart orewdlna tabs tba
train Their talk, beaUinrnsj wttb
weather, hrvarlably prog i sea si Wrrongh
tha ralr aa aba pelioeel ateaataea They
were aU agreed ea the
af the attaaUec aa the earta of
common and Oanoanaara they some
from are Intensely National la tic, bet
thty differed at times aa to awne
dlate measTarea of reBet 'What waa
noticeable aboat their apeeeh waa that
aa tha aeawalls of Oelwev eame In
night thy I sand lab
with entire aasoa arisen
1'. since h week link In ths Hsilral
chain la the atagUrt aUot l'arty and
the Impending Imluetrtal irlsls. Anil of
that also the Irish -a peeking msn t ths
'""at Fair spoke, vwlolng it again and
again In their "Perhaps."
Their epeenh In the old Oasllr. singu
larly appropriate In the setting of the
strange otj towa tiiat remains dour
through, all tha Irtab aiinehlne, told
s'gr.lfloar.tly af the foroe tliat la Ulnd
tig Ireland together In spits of varying
Idsss of proacdure. To-night In ths
Hhamkles rierraks thslr gathering was
a poiltlual meeting, a real Nationalist
rally, and the basis of it was their use,
I lts unixinsrlously, of a speech that
li'igllsh ministries have long oonsldered
deed. While Oalway apsaks Osallo.
thsrs Is .1 tie danger of Oaello dying of
It was In Oalway one Friday morn
ing that a nhrlll cry, rising over Eyra
Hiuar. that lockfd space that tha
municipal government allows Its poor
to look Into from over the high grat
Inga, voiced tt- presence of an element
mors picturesque than tha remnanta of
Hpanlsh architecture and tha stonss of
Norman occupation. Tha ory, high,
guttural almoat like tha anream of e
sa bird, came from the throat qf a
rcd-sklrted. tsn-ahnwled woman. who
carried on her hond a flat baakat of
shining silver fleh. It was Irish that
ba called as shs passed down ths
street, and the ory waa Frsnch her
ring, and he herself waa a woman
from 'h rieddagh.
"Within Oalwer Ctty, Jturt over the
bridge to tha westward, but asperated
from the town by a wider gulf than tha
making burn, la the Claddagh. Tha
fladdojrb wee not always In tha ottv f
Oalway. PoaslMy It waa the older of
the two. Certainly It ermalned an Irish
town while Oalway was In turn Span
ish and Norman. And to-day It la In
all hot geography aa alien from Oalway
Is different from rnihlin. Irish Is the
language of the Claddagh. The Clad
dagh keeps to Itself, merrlae within lt
aelf, handing down for Ita marrying tho
old gold rtnge that have for emblem tba
heart and the -lamped hands, holding
elof from the world outside Itself, shy
an at range.
THE CLADDAQH INTERESTED IN
Wnr the people of the Claddagh are
fisher folk. The land mjaatlon of Ira
land never touched tha Claddagh, and
tha Claddagh took no Interest In It,
but wlrtitn tha last five yeara tha
language question of Ireland has come
home to ' t Claddagh.
Until nearly ten years ago there waa
no English In tha Claddagh. But In
tha last decade the use of English aa
a commercial aaset came 'Into mnre
general use between the trades people
of Calway and the (tellers of fish. Ths
flshmongere came to believe that their
Itrnnrance of English put them at a
trade dlaadventiiKe. and at the National
School thnt guanla the entrance to the
fishing town the demand for Engllah
among the children revealed the desire
of the parents to equip the second
generation for a more successful com
But to-day at the National School
me of the young frofflog tesohers. guid
ing a class of sturdy, dark. Claddsgh
children through the geography of Ire
landIn Irish stopped fo speak of tha
school work ojid Incidentally to narrate
the history of the community's part In
the language revival.
awn see from
r..ting but Utah aa the saee
end tha oven from Oaf
uian from ArArebaa, east
aa tar aa OJendaaeugh met tn barter
and ese"hane. Under aha etooe
that narks th
I ha Mayor, hanged
the window with fees own
lefy tha apaadah aasasad of -a Ufa for
a Ufa." and. parbaea. to iiaslaUti the
ruling power, kttie gieeee of men ber
uoined in Irish, the white-flannelled
nnangbt maa making barms with
the tweed-ooatod farmer from the
ANXIOUS INQUMMM ABOUT
PHASES OF SILL.
A man from the Oaeata lasagne BeaeV
sraarters In ohe Bharrrkaee hmaa, the
early etd place 00 aba OorrU River bbat
Oalway baa cauae to remember from
Steadier times. Interpreted aeme of the
eaa sob of bba men of the market. Two
gaga hi the tweede of tanner button
hated bam aa he passed, Inqnlrtng of
htm nst what pbaee of the BUI of
oonaueered ea the are-
"tt the Oovarnsnent goto ltd of last
erven of the fifty seven boards 'twill
haa be work tn vain." one remarked,
refn ling to the board -ridden adminis
tration of Irtali affaire that haa baak
raated tats oountry. 'or Ireland, not
larger thaa Illinois, la governed by
flfly-eavon bodlss, of which only
ths Aerrl cultural Hoard, la even
"Tks mora thevn that they'll lose.
another told hltn. "And 'Us
work there's be and laes going to
"Hi no government oan atop that,"
the flret apeaker declared " 'Tls the
and ths good eeaeona. and ths
Losers Are Finding
out the fall mtinlnf of the ftct
that v.-hen their "Lost 8t Found"
Ads. are prUned in the Morning or
Sunday World, they get circula
tion In New York. City greater than
the Herald, Times, Sun and Tribune
THE WORLD PRINTED
than corresponding month last year,
The Herald Printed 128 LESS
"Lost Ax Found" Ada. during July
than In July a yar ago
The World accepts "Lost 8i
Found" Ada. over the telephone.
Call 4000 Beekman
Marked to Close
400 Dresses. Women's and Misses'
Values up to $18.00
No Alteration!. None Sent C. O. D. or on Approval
22 to 26
34th St., West
"LOST AND FOUND '
ADS. LAST MONTH i
FURNITURE and RUG SALE
ban 10 1 ae from the leadlas maanfarturere whlrh have beea on eahlbtUoa at the recent
Nw eh nrnlture tUrbanae. In roonerltna wttb evte-y dleoontlnued pattern MtfkOf
tbreaaboat our rut ire eeubllahnwat. we IU effes at a reducUoa of OV0
No Money Down
CTeb eesasj er HOleDloaely email deooetts will attrart the Ineinerienred borer, bat wlss
eejmsse will ik for hsassl ronrerne Ihet don-t draw nroeixa-tlve borer. Into a est
of blab astSM end begs lad .nil...... Hro , 011r .trmlshtf..rwerd draluure u boree
out br Ike tart tliat we are oae of Ibe tare ret furniture eud catreet dUtrllmtore la the
ruuntrv. II.... . W ur enarnioue lur I.hi.. tmwer. VVK aiw eoaMed to offer reu
All Goods Marked In Plain Figures
Ont o! Town Deliveries Made by Our Motor Trucks
R. H. Mscy Ox Co.'s Attract leans Are Their Lew Price j-
"I-I'lrr Tarlor Suit. nial. ..lt flnl.hril freine.
..Hi..-.., iiiw ien. wiiii 10.. ae . .I.I. It.
1 11,,, 111. ir i a Hiatal Ilk
'reine, rarrrd rlids and r.iUril mass AO
u , .ill. i.lii.li, with klk lord anil 51 UX
r.ull al.ii altlt. at VH eiFtl
AYmlnstfar Tt ntr w,'''',e.AaT
Vnluc$l6,at$11.50 Value J, St $ 1798
Breedwer. S4th to SSth St.
WOMEN'S NEW FALL SUITS
$28.74, $32.74, $46.74 & up to $74.75
Tailored end sfmi-tailori-d stylt-s, presented tor Un first time thai
week. In Bedford cords, ribelinej, clievlots and similar cool weather
fabric!-. 1 he rclonngs are as new as the stv 'es thernselws. Coats show
a tendency to revert fo the Colonial period." Sfcirts are in draped effect!.
I'lorifcated buttons and rrt.'ch hrmd are conspicuous among the trimminis.
New Crepe de Chine Mourning Dresses
At $22.74 and up to $31.74
We specialize in rrourning epparel ot ever) description, and use great
cure in selecting cur rrcdels. to avoid any not in the strictest i.ood
taste. Among the new crere de chine dresses that have just come
1 . - . U Jt . . li ... . I 1 I i j
it, uno ei afv. if iiba m u
skirt. Another, at 131.1
so much in fashion.
Women's $12.50 Mackinaw Jackets, $8.74
Thirty at this special price. Made of genuine Mackinaw cloth.
Norfolk model, hugp pockets, tab cuffs, detachable hood. In plain
dark colors or soft plaids.
Women's $9.00 Storm Coats, $6.94
Fifty , received within the week. Cut Raglan style, of rubberized poplin.
In navy, black or tnn. Close-fitting collar, tab cuffs. All sizes.
in, one at 129.74 has a deep ruff of net. long, dote sleeves and draDed
31.74, is made with the bibbed blouse that Is now
-Bereeg Floor. Itroadwar.
Children's and Misses' Petticoats
Were 49c, 59c and 69c, reduced to 39c
Were 79c, 84c and 94c, reduced to 59c
Were $1.98 to $2.97. reduced to $1.49
Broken sizes from two to sixteen years, which we had intended to clear away
before taking inventory, but overlooked. These petticoats will come in handy
within the month, when the children's school outfits are prepared.
Children 'a Colored Dreaaea and
Ran pert Reduced
Two hundred, made of neatly
trimmed pir a'nams mid percales, in
stripes, checks and plaids Sizes
two to five ygn.
Were 79c and 89c, now 49c
Were $1.24 and $1.49. now 89c
Wen $2.24 and $2.79, now $1.29
Infanta' and Children Whit
Lawn Dresses Reduced
Wen 99c to $2.96, now 49c
Sizes six months to five years, in
Russian. Mother Hubbard and Prin
cess styles. Slightly r umpled.
Children's Prowers 10c and 24c
Instead of 15c and 39c
All Hzes up to lf years.
n on.l Floor. .1 III. Street, Rear.
Imported German "Kittle" Drrssts
Reduced for the First Time
White slipovers, neat and easily
laundered. Trimmed in inipf"
fashion with bands of CfO -embroidery
or plain-coloricl faSt I
Sizes 2 to 5 vears.
Wore $1.24 to $1.98, now Ml
Were $2.39 to $4.59, now $1.03
Still Clearing Away. Odd Quantities of
CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS
i-..n ii- . . . 1 1 la. . - .i .i . - - - j
run mnv m eu a.s Miun juri,.';. amuriK iium inat arc jusi ictjuwtvj.
The assortments are rich with desirable values, as the stock has been
systematically kept clean all through the season. Wesuggestthat floor
measurements be brought along, to facilitate choosing. Competent
salesmen will advise what lengths are needed to cover.
84c to $1.09 Velvet & Tapestry Brussels Carpets 59c a yard
$1.24 to $1.34 Axminster Carpet 79c a yard
$1.24 to $1.59 Inlaid Linoleurns tile designs. . . 79c sq. yard
69c Floured Cork Linoleum hlnrk designs 39csa.vard
Ti.i-a Floor. SSth a.
Five Minutes of Your
is all that Is required to shop at
the Macy "Pick-up" Booth, in
the Hudson Terminal Con
course. It is maintained for the
convenience of commuters and
downtown business people.
Give your order to the clerk
for whatever you require and
on your way home in the after
noon, call at the booth for your
Fine Negligees and
Tea Gowm Reduced
Every little while we go over our
stock of tine Negligees, sorting out
those thiit have lost freshness from
handling. Prices are then revised,
to bring about immediate disposal.
Such an occasion enables a woman
to savt- materially in the purchase
of her lounging, apparel.
Apricot Crepe Empire Negligee
Reduced from $38.89 to $29.89.
Cream and Black Chiffon Tea Gown
Reduced from $45.89 to $29.89.
Embroidered White Satin Negligee
Reduced from $35.89 to $29.89.
Pale Blue Satin Boudoir Gown
Reduced from $44.49 to $32.89.
Pal Pink Satin Lounging Suit
Reduced from $50.50 to $4424.
J bnjNr1ai"Sfess" Tea Gonna
1 Redirtld from $74.50 to $59.50.
"Cleopatra" Hand-alencilled Robes
Reduced from $75.50 to $64.50.
KEWTlte "h'iobe" Mournint
Ntdigre. Black crepe de chine,
tcilh uliile crape collar and
Cliffs, and filet net fichu, J99.J9
Great Savings in Thoroughly Dependable
Furniture for Every Room of the Home
Though the Average Cost of Good Furniture has Advanced about 10, we have Thousands of Dollars'
Worth at Savings of from 10 to 40' on the Old Prices. This is our greatest Mid-Summer Sale.
The Macy Mid-Summer Furniture Sale is daily eclipsing records. That is because ALL of the pieces and suits
are desirable; because this Furniture has been selected with great care from the offerings of the best makers only;
because much of it has been produced according to our specifications. Not a piece has gained admission to our
floors without first passing our most critical inspection. We are even more exacting than you would be yourself,
for we know Furniture technically as well as artistically; know where to look for weaknesses of the present or
Macy Furniture at ALL TIMES gives complete satisfaction. Macy Furniture AT THE SPECIAL PRICES in this, our
greatest Annual Mid-Sumirer Sale, gives the added satisfaction of the savings effected.
A few examples of the special values we have provided are here given. Hundreds of others await your selection.
Single Pairs of Lace
Come early if you have single
windows to curtain, for the best
kinds are always the first to ro.
Choice of Cluny. Renaissance, Lact t ,
Arabian, Brussels, Dtntelles, Irish
Point.Nott ingham and ScrimPanels,
made Lace Panels and Bonne
89c to $15.24 Lsce
Curtains 44c to $7.59.
ODD LOTS OF CURTAINS in
two and three pairs, reduced by a
third from former prices.
In recent designs, reduced as
Were $1.12 to M.39, now.
Were $1.44 to $1.49, now.
Were $1.59 to $1.69, now.
Wore $1.69 to $1.98, now.
Wire $2.12 to $2.S9, now.
Were $3.39 to $4.49. now.
- - ,
Floor. HBSfa St., Rear.
$37.49 China Closet, $30.89
Colonial mahogany, as illustrated.
Top 16 x 40 inches; height 61 inches;
four wooden shelves; two mirror
backs; bent glass ends. A handsome
Scores af Others.
Whatevt r your igquirenjgntg
$36.89 Brass Beds, $30.67
Heavy two-inch square top rails;
2Vi-inch posts; nine heavy filler rod:
finished in a fine lacquer that we
guarantee for ten years.
$1424 Guaranteed Brass Beds, $9.74
$18.49 Beds, $16.24
$22.49 Bads, $19.67
$26.49 Bsds, $23.24
$31 Zl Bsda, $27.34
$33.67 Beds, $29.19
$40.21 Beds, $35.21
$46.49 Beds, $40.67
$54.50 Beds, $33.67
And these are but a few of many.
White Enamelled Beds in great variety,
at corresponding savings.
for your house or apartment,
where.r situated, in wntusvtr environment; no matter what
Furniture you may already have with which new acquisitions
must harmonize, you will find interest and profit in this,
the leading Mid-Summer Furniture Sale of New York. Savings
that will be truly welcome.
$25.24 Rockers, $16.49
Solid mahogany frame: seat and
ha:k covered in genuine leather; center
of back richly embossed with an Illu
OTHER ROCKERS and CHAIRS
in too great variety to give detail. If
you require an odd chair for any pur
pose, see our fine showing.
Mj cy's buys for cash only
means gaining every possible
$67.50 Buffets, $55.75
As illustrated; at i dull finished ma
hogany; top 54 Indies long; 21 inclk-s
tlcep; two top drawers, one large
centre drawer; three cupboards; one
large bottom drawer; woixl knobs;
French bevelled glass. A thoroughly
artistic Colonial piece.
and ell fjr cash only. This
&u vantage in cost of merchan
dise to us, and eliminating the waste of bad accounts, to
which many of our contemporaries are subject. Furniture,
the most important item of equipment of the home, is best
bought at Macy's.
Thousands of Brass Beds, White Enamel Beds, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Book Cases, Davenports, Sofas, Library and Parlor
Tables, Writing Desks, Sideboards, Buffets, Serving and Extension Tables, Folding and Sliding Beds and Bed-Couches at prices
that present very unusual opportunities for savings. MACY'S PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOWER THAN PRICES ELSEWHERE.
In the Macy mid-summer Furniture Sale prices are from 10 to 40 under regular Macy prices. Make your selections at once.
Delivery in September or even later if desired. rearm ruse.
Fine Silk at Less Than Usual Prices
By way ol fixing the valu.it ions beyond quest ion, we made comparisons
with similar silks shown by other high-class stores. Result we arc
more than satisfied that these Silks cannot be duplicated anywhere else
at present, for less than "elsewhere" prices.
Satin Messeline, 69c a yard. Elsewhere $1.00. Black only,
brilliant, 35 inches wide.
Satin Paillette de Soie, 94c a yard. Elsewhere $1.25. Black, finish
ed with a high lustre, exceptionally easy to drape and 40 inches wiue.
Crepe de Chine. 99c a yard. Elsewhere $1.25. Biack. street and
evenitiR colors. Width 40 inches.
Black, street colors
Satin Crepe, $1.29 a yard. Elsewhere $2.00.
nd evening shades. In the 40-inch width.
lifers Floor. 85th at, :
' lllli'i'i s
fjn i i j - i s-r ij s IPtJjII afue$l6.at$11.50 Value t2$, nt $ 17.98 nVTjJ
ill 8 r:;::j. , $29.98
English Hand-Sewn Gloves-
New Arrivals. For
Men. Women and Children ,
No Glow quite equals these Hand-sewn Gloves, in which Macy's
has specialized for some time. They are the essence of style for street
or semi-dress wear; they give greatest satisfaction for driving, walking,
golfing, motoring, or traveling wear.
Women's English Hand-sewn Gloves at $1.44
One brass button; spear backs; tan or wluti.
Men's English Hand-sewn Gloves at $1.39
Cadet and regular sizes in single drawn or spear embroidery on back;
one brass button; tan street shades.
Children's English Hand-sewn Gloves $1.24
Bedspreads of Domestic Crochet
and Honeycomb Pattern
At August Sale Special Prices
Despite the fact that these prices .'ire much below usual, the size
range affords choice of several varieties for single, three-quarter, double
and even extra-size beds. Designs throughout are neat, and suffi
ciently different to allow a dozen or so to be selected without duplication.
Crarhel and Hnnevrnmh Raul.
spreads, in live grades, all hemmed
ready for use. Al I over and centre
Size 72x80 in., special at 68c
Size 72x84 in., special at 83c
Size 72x88 in., 93c and 99c
Hemmed Honeycomb Bed
spreads, extra close woven, in a full
rang.1 of sizei, from u crib size up
to extra large bed size new medal
Size 48x62 in., special at 79c
Size 58x86 in., special at $1.11
Size 64x88 in., special at $1.24
Size 76x88 in., special t $1.37
Size 86x96 in., special tt $1.79
Colored Crochet Bedspreads -in
blue, pink, red, green and ellow:
Size 78x88 in., special at 99c
Fringed Honeycomb Bedspreads
with square corners. Every one
has hand-knotted fringe. Excellent
Size 54x70 in., special at 99c
Size 78x90 in., special at $1.29
Size 80x96 in., special at $1.43
Size 84x96 in., special at $1.56
Hemmed Marseilles Bedspreads
high grade satin damask fi.iish,
all in w floral designs:
Size 45x60 in., special at $1.29
Size 64x88 in., special at $2.13
Size 88x98 in., special at $2.93
Scalloped . Marseilles Satin
edapreads just two
hundred in this lot
Size 78x98 in., special at $2.59
(medium wt ifcht)
Size 78x98 in., special at $2.93
(( 1 CA t? J IJ J 5
aVs.au rramea, nana
Colored Carbonettes, 99c
Figure subjects, in 'Ai-Uj-lnch
burnished antique frames with
$1.50 Carbonettes, 99c
Hand-colored figure subjects,
framed in dull gilt. 13x16 in.
$2.00 Colored Prints, $124
I igure subjects. Gilt frames,
$3.00 Pictures, $1.98
Size 13x16 inches. Also 16x20
figure and landscape subjects. Also
Ovals, about 13x16 inches.
$5.00 Oval Pictures, $3.49
In gilt art frames, ornamented.
$8.24 Photogravures Reduced to
Hand-colored. Subjects: "Tann
hauser," "Lohengrin," "In Nep
tune's Kingdom," "Burst of Melo
dy," and other subjects. 3-in. gilt
frames, size 23 and 2ox3r Inches
Third Floor, a III. m -
:Maseneot, llh St.. Ileer.".
Main lloor. B'WBr.
White Silk Shetland Veils
Go on Sale To-Morrow at 49c Each
A manufacturer's overlot of seventy-five dozens. He tells us they
have retailed generally at $1.00 to si.'so through the season. Octagon
and shadow m 'shes. ,
$1.75 Silk Chiffon Veib at 98c Each
Three hundred. Heavv. soft, beautifully lustrous. One and five
eighths yards long, thirty Inches a ide. Entirely bordered with grad
uated satin stripes, black, whitr, brown, navy, myrtle, old rose,
Alice, narnef . CRM pagne, tan, gray, pink and sky.
Herald Square, B'way. 34th to 35th St. Sixth Floor 0
Women's Low Shoes at 98c
Have Sold for $1.98, $2.49 and $3.49
The comparison ot prices seems almost as though it mii;ht be an
uror. It is NOT, however. These shoes are odds and ends of remainders
gleaned from our vast stocks in a sort of house-cleaning, preparatory
to stocking up for Autumn business. Transferred toOLD FASH IONED
MACY'S for quick -lisposal at this remarkable price. Only 700 pairs,
so that those who wish to avoid disappointment must come early.
Light-weight, tiexible-soie Shoes: patent leather and black calf
and kid. Broken sizes, of course. THINK OF TH WEAVING IF YOU
r I IN L) A f A 1 1 ru rTT I UV 1
White Crochet Ball But
tons, Specially Priced.
Regukrly 17c to 25c
Now 11c, 14c & 17c a Doz.
All Summer lung the ntn
kinds have been selling fi
at the regular prices. Used 8
much for their trimming pos
sibilities; as for actual jtilitj
40c to $1.25 Pearl Buttons,
Special, 24c to 79c a Doz.
Broken lines of exquisitely
shaded pearl just arrived from
a maker who specializes in
the finest kinds. These are
half an inch to one inch in
diameter, in smoked pearl
and white. Ridged, barred
or bordered with fine rarvino
-- rises, r "a"
sMala tleor. 80th SI.
J Ji i