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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1911.
ENGINEER BRAKED EVENING CLOTHES GIRL OF 15 ELOPES,
DOOMED TRAIN, BUT CONVINCED MAJOR FATHER ASKS HER
HEWAS TOO LATE FAKER WAS SQUARE ARREST IN CHICAGO
Sixty-Mile Speed Made
His So Major PenniiiRton. Waldorf
( Jiiest, Dropped 835,000 in
the Wire Tapping Ciame.
Daughter of Aqueduct
man Sends Telegram That
! him from horn 1 gr'nt and n tj
I inly hi t.i spsn.t on. rilsh: rrv tern
i-kn IHUI hi A-nllv of four MM MH
! Mnf ln.t nlelit whn ho IMC KM
I home SbOUl a iiclO'U the i.mllv nhfl
j at s'ippci M.irv wa.t there, but
I nvr her pcrml i to eT'i nut. warning
I her to be In by oYlorh. That w
thi- lull MM Ol .Mary. At rutin ciit
1 the family wi mill- Walt ng for ton-
whn IMS tOlMrOW arrived:
' I'apn. I MR nisrr.ort. Don't worry.
I am on my way to C'hlcafn. He
horn in sStsMI of dy. Mary."
Th ttKiani wnn ih flrat mt rnutnoi
the family timl th.il !ry wn IVM
I ' keiitiH nmpT " While M niithor
r'eil Ki hiKl M Js for be" J art a; rite r
IM mthei MWd MM fln-tiiv lufifted
think if IN
' iVh. n rlHU .... .,.,.., .K. i.,-,.
The engineer of the Unit. in expreee.
had at WeMport. Conn , last
HUek nvr.tery stts-tiea to tie nppear
t" before the RsMMtnOl 'Iranil Jury
Friday with the loss of seven live", to-day of Major (Cdward 1'iniitngtnn of
rhtnl Hearh anl Ihl Wnldorf In funnei--tl-n
with a li.'..ifi wir tappln aw In.lle
of which ha wai the victim. The ijueer
purl of the Inquiry wae tlia t luetea 1 of
Major t'ennliiFton bring piloted to tha
t'llinlnal Cmirta It'iUllim M the New
York polli-e ha wae unW t:ie dlreitlon
oretn n of the ot oper.Hlvin from William J. Iliirna.
and llirttonl. t,r prlvhtt lMfCtle. w!io nits hired by
MM Mm' Clark, the engineer. ai cm- I .tr.. I-Attorney Whitman to ferret otlt
lag toward th- " rosa-m sr" when It." graft.
Irano wa wreed, at tha rati- of nftv , According to information
Or alxty mUra an hour the offti J of Mr Whitman
llallon, alcrtial -n . tha nlngton mi swlnrilo.1 lust
lb Pol! ' "' "ln f"r hr
MttM lun Mat. Wan never -en Willi
,nv V'oinx man and wae noma -loai
of tha time.
down Ma break loo late In
M attempt to atop hla train, when
algnullrd to do an. Jiiwt before tha
aeclSsnL Thl was bi.imhl nut to day
I lb inquiry Into the wreck held by
Intaratate Commerce Comnileeloner C.
Tha wltneaa. a section
N Tork, New II
AVIATOR STEVENSON DIES.
I'eier Dt Bli:o, a foreman on the
froton Aquedu-t. Ilvln:; at No. H ttll'
berry etreet. rimlnd IDtC tha nilSbOtR
street atatlnn tarly Mill rnomlng jnl
asked that hla nfteen-ycar-old lau .- nrrmmhm , Kail from lllplaae at
tar Mary ha arrt itotj. Ha wa wli l!y
kcltad and waved a telegram ftnm iiakama .tata -atr.
which Detactlvo William learned ihnt I IRaf TNOHAM, Ala . Oct J. -Jnph
Mary had sloped aAd wa on her wry
to Chicago to aprnd her hnney.-tt'ion
Word wa telgraphd U Chicago wltn
a decilptlon of tbt girl and alia anJ
her newlv waddi d .'l and will ;.roh
ably be caught on arrival.
Stevenon of M.neola. I I , wIM
AND A FORTUNE AT 12 1
ittle Musical Genius Enter
tains Ship b) I ler Claying
mi Long Voyage.
fJerta iMtlggMf, a MMRM. daik i, klrM 1
Utile "wunderkln J." ipo;i v. hoe 1 u el .
ear-old loiilflrj reft th rttponslltll
Ity of cr!ng for a gr140We4 ItloUlff an J
a :ter trrrvannM nv I iea .an ..,
noard the OfOaMI Karftirgt, lo-dav. lo
11 oo New Tork wll r . I ilia.
Down In th liner' atearage. where ;
ware hundred of hi r country lion fiom I
A.niria. Mn played luring Iht toymro'
cheerful lit Ho folk tongK mat made
x i field they had left ' lay claim to that title.
I Hut ftuclil hlmaelf ram and aaketf
t':ii they u.ur hi protnge only for ten I
"r" " ' ",'"nn mlnutaa. They agreed and they Ha-,
'' "lolf n Her motlMT w lltnM , her MP two hour So tlertal
wWnn gfld poor, ami nil DOtlM Mulg in the land where Art la almoet al-,
ff. I pa: fni le.ot. CHrta played I wgft rewarded and her mother ha
on rlotln htf fgMlpr ha4 takm for n enough money, advanced by the Im-.
debt inwte n:ar. lo poor, erl 1 1" eaarlo. to keep her In comfort for a
itne i 'iti a fleamn i arranged
nr her flerta will itay with an autt j
v ilnntei i 0 IMI n c.r
lit, . bgrga rVlf utr.-e ye- '-.e did
Then one dv 'h took her to the rrent
8ucii.. who nail taught Kubeilk There
Mny pup i -ik!nus to t' lv un
it ' r it! h: pupil rot whom he rnuH not
-pire t:;tte, dc;i:te their wll'lnane to
pay :a'g fee& Bu be ni ii'id time for
Oertai who (MM not even pay fur a
x.it many nmr.tii axo nr WnttkaMi
Htelnbgfg, MMM ot Ibl Temple Heth
KI. tm in Praga with Prof. Uenj.i
iii i n t oil. the Imgrgagrlo To tjiem
. am Oerla' WkfOWM mother She
Old ha til gnotbgr "wnnderklnd"
a WOTtdtt ehlM of 'he violin but ahe
! il n.i I'" id They ofTere I her money,
btlt nhe wan too proud to accept. 8h
auntrt them 10 hear th "wunderklnd"
play that waa all Atwell and the
cantor were leaving I'rague that day
a,nd they did UOl believe t'.tey nad time
10 bOM a "w tindarklnd," for every cap-
ielr cramped qiMrttM and liul of Kurnpe 1 lllleil with thoee who
and uncle Alio tievtr knew of her exiat
ttc until a Tew laya ago Mr. and
Mr Leopold Rchloaaer of No. 151 Gait
GIRLS TO DIVE IN ICY SEA.
llatbu!i girl, member of th Polar
Hear and the Hnow Bird, oolrt weather
hn thing organisation. un plunge Into
lev water at Brighton Ueach thl win-
ter a ueual. Failure to bathe twice a
week during the whole yen;- make the
delinquent POMOII liable to a fine.
Some of thoe who will be een i
plhlng In the water around Cbrlt-
mn " Ml Phylll Thompton, No.
I TarHld court; Ml. Jane Dixon jf !
No. M Marten street Mlea Owen- I
itolyn and llaiel Auatln of No. 1010 1
Ocean avenue, Ml Bthel and Mabel !
Baylia of No .Til Ocean Parkway, Mil j
.da A. Htnpteton of No. 1140 Kat Nina- '
teenth etreet and Ml Alice Manaa of'
No. 10M BOll Thirteenth atreat.
A PAINFUL REMINDER
Let every dart of rheumatic!
pain every nervoii flutter of an
eyelid" which pre. age neurit i
remind yott of there word about
It ii a prescription which bo
made friend firit among tho
affluent bccauic the btmt dootor
heard of it firat and used it.
Of all thing accomplished by
the medical profeaion of Now
York, thi rimple prescription prob
ably itands firat in it daily rotiaf
NURITO i ethical. It can do
no harm. . It contain no op la tea
or narcotic. It i n pecifie for
rheumatism, sciatica and neuritis
a positive antidote tor urio acid
There are 45,000 case which
have procured relief from useless
suffering by the use of NURITO
during t he past eighteen months.
The Magistral Chemical Co..
Mfr.. Flatlron Building.
Sold for $1 and II a box by all
the leading druggist
Kalr OTP lino trday, died to-da.
II did not recalii cincloun aftr
th acldnt It I believed Stevenson
World Wants Work Wonder
According to Do Blllo, hi work k 'pi lol hi halanc.
Woatport drawbridge, tcatli.i'.l tha on-
rule Clark should nntrg alowcd
to tvranty-flve m!l an boor; thn cnxl
neera often went by t lift' mile an
hour, but hat In did not report tbt
gktnbidlnirr "became It had nothing to
es with hi dutlea."
Another employe ' the nitrond .le
Oared that Clark wa nut if iklnn ,.n
rote of he company
Ho U) that vlxty mile, an h mr wa
tko ordinary ..pec for exprea'c on that
sawtton of track and that there wa no
rule M the railroad compan) compelling
r to ilow up tbalr tnln before
Tbu J. Kvan Van Bi hot, head train
easMotehar for the Hrtdymo-t Ivislon,
triad to lift th i. 'am for th wrck
from tb hoiiMr or the iiejd engi
neer. Th railroad company had placed
all Mam up C ark Immediately after
tb wreck, aaylng h had violated orders
la not slowing down for the "cross).
ower" Just beyond Weatport etatlon.
NO RULE FOR TRAINS TO SLOW
U AT "CROSSOVER."
The ehlef deapatrher ald that
twaaty minute before the firat ec
Hon Mt th Boeton egpresa came
through, bound for New York, he bid
wired th tower man at Weatport to
nrve both eectlons the switch-over
from track No. I to track No. , be
nnnos a freight train Wa on truck No.
1 beyond Waatport. It wa not an un-
imon practice to ewltcli train from
track to another. Van Hchot de-
no role on Fonr dlvtatoa
Mot tratma to slow op blor mak-
vrr- Counlloar Mo-
whntewor," th wltaeeo aa-
yon tbtnk, no a practical rall-
a. that It Would ba batter tn
i the neaeTa to their daatlratioa
wltnea did not reply.
"NCVER CR0SCE3 ON TRAIN
THAT DIDN'T SLOW DOWN,"
Michael A Coyle. lelr -rap , op-i u-ir,
onaa waa hn cuaige if the ::iai Hni
awttrb at Wtpoii, in the second
AII tha horn and dltjne i?nl
the time he wa u gued at !h Wal
dorf, nd In th corrl lnr of that boe- :
tc'ry be met t'harle tiondolf. Interna
MoMl conhilenc man and card sharp.
Me ( ttondolf uddresaed him fantll- i
larlv, and aa ho waa die.! In evening
clothe he nOVef dream! but that le
waa one of toe gueet of the hotel.
rhi Ma lot, who I rtd a a tnllllon
airr, arce-di I an Invitation to play In a
poolroom on the upper w rat Hide, th
halt being the etatenient that a high of
tidal of the Weatern Union waa about
to ijult ami he wanted to make a clean,
up, o certain racing Information would
he withheld until aome bet were got
'town in tho poolroom. On thl occaalon.
Ma lor Pennington wa pormlttad to win
NXI div another big play w ar
ranged, and the Major cam aero with
,i set of There wa th usual
li.ich, and then came the announcement
thai througi a mltke th money got
down upon lb wiong horae. Net reault,
"But If you wjll give us another
rhanci we Mill make It all good," de
clared the wire t .ipper.
Major Pennington Ml loved thm. He
put up nnolbei wd of moii-y. It waa
MrW thl time. II" loat thl lao, and
then up gOH. It wa. elated at the office
of the DtatrleUAttorney that aiaiatinc
Ciondoir in the MMrBtlltg process were
Curloy Onrier, ita McClurc alia
Have, rtlg fatgrggn and an unknown
It o nd not be leurned witctlicr Major
rnnlnH(NI bad mu.le complaint at Po
ller lladiuarti a at the U0M he wa
swindled Th fact that tho matter waa
prvaentrd to th Hosenthal Grand Jury,
which baa hern alttlng cnntlnuoualy I
sine lat July, gave color to a belief
that the evidence was a part of In
formstlnn gathered In connection with
Mr Whitman' graft Investigation.
.wore t at caution when the accident
oeouri 1 1," he uld. "Tin exptea tra na
MM my tower In a stt eight line The
MM section paasel at about fU'een
mllee an hour. The cecorel t in
eosn through without elowlni up. He
wna going about fifty miles an hour, I
noticed the fireman In the ens.ne. I
waved to him. but he dlgn't me
No waa looking straight out iif ihe
wladow of the cab lie n ut bam k. on
Ibo algnal "
Jobn Jacobs, conductor of the wrecked
treda. teotlfled that the Ira n waa going
Bfty miles an hour.
"t felt Clark, the engineer, put on hi
boovmnl tiirt. Kin eir.
Florence lrlekl0tti elxhteen years o'd.
whofe partntl live at No. 17H Onklaad
gvenne, Jeraey citv, nmi who was sjn
ployed a a domeatll In the fatally of
Morltl llvordorf, at No. OH Pavonla
.ii nor. killed beraelf aonivilme during
laat night with Illuminating gas. She
waa found dead when her mistress went
to call her this morning. The girl left
a note saving ah wag tired of Ufa.
I'mb a Klllrw Fifty Mealeana.
TAMPICO. Mexico. Oct. . The
charred liodle of twenty-two victim
of lnt night rxploelnn In a ware
Hottnt hire have been recovered from
the ruin. Fix hundred keg of
lu.v.ler exploded during g Brt and It
la DOllOvM that nearly fifty tieraons
were killed and egverel hundred In-Jnre.1.
Style Notes by Madame Louise
WHEN YOU ARE FATIGUED by
wearing shoes which lack suppleness;
when you have difficulty in finding
shoes with distinction and style; when
you find the wearing quality limited,
remember that Queen Quality Shoes
save you from all these annoyances.
THEIR SUPERIOR FLEXIBLE 90188
insure real toot QOOStort! 'hey ire fa
mous for correct style and variety of
models; their wearing quality is vouched
'or by millions ot satiblitd customers
t he world over.
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES are made
exclusively lor women, and there is not
a .shoe need which they do not satisfy
whether for dress, walking, dancing
or house wear.
trieet iSMu to $6jU0 p$r
pair - a jcu- at fJ.(X.
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
32 West 3Hh Street
kos Jut after we paai1 the laat
eng of the Wotpnrt station." he sill.
"We were etlll aom dlatance frtin the
agsM where the wre-V n'rureel
We gtdat elew do a at th w-.t-MM
bsdaga. f newet be' re went
i e htMr en a t'stn th, ,'Hn't
gown. After w ero?-4 tb
I fait tb grinding of the
"I noticed tha' the ' 'vcr' "Itrna'a
wore et hut fallrd to obet-rve th i i.
Hwe Vf P.evnolda. inndti-tnr of It
worst train which w." ei in ng on
Track 1 at Weatport, and b never h i I
oson any train tak a "nusa-ivef" at
over '.en or twenty mil an hour Eg.
ward Rougher and Loul C. Pahr.
brnkomen on the wracked expra. both
that th train was ko nx over
eatport bridge at aliout flrty mile
an hour about M0 yard from the plaoe
PhOI the accident occurred.
AW CNQINErTR TRYING TO
TOP TRAIN, TOT I. ATE.
Ilartley Oordon a section foreman,
wna then naked to tali.' the s and lie
"Hi bom i. mis wr at
gnnger whan tba wiccked train
approa.htd tbt croovr. It rra
SMMg ahcat nftv nr dxty i lit an
hoar. X aaw Clarke, th cnTlnr,
leaatag eat of hi cab. I ai1d
to Mm to atop tierartc the horn
1 waa act t , r. I aaw
throw his br-'" on nng ths
gy. Th train lugan to roll.
left the t.nr ahont or a bun-
ft after it ram to tbe firat
Witch of th emraover."
Ooore McCorma k. operator at the
Woot 11. vec lpnal toeer. and Charle
W. riagg. opera or at the Itiirroud
MeMPi eUsavreed a to tb avrrsi rat 1
of opeed train take m c-o. ivera "
MeCormack ssld the rate of speed usual
waa about twenty-l vi mlliw an hour.
Klagx ld Mfliin m'lea tne u'c
Daniel Kenny, anot' or opera or. wu I
asked to drscr he u similar wreck at 1
Portchseter. Kenny . i ,t th.,: there wae
Mabaag in the -i lr n of i-ltrnals 'n
Forlchestsr elK.r. e ,i M an are In I
us on the road nt . :1i unie.
John llallon. .r , . eng at II..
Wgotport dtawbrldi ..vcr t n- rail .!. I
ins atstance alsnal at hla towel
at "danger," and the how signal
"clear" when the train ngggflf
speed of trtln oa th draws
ahoald. ttnil.r tha ruW ba
tweaty-ft" milt an hoar,
at th acenstamaa aat.1 u.na
'-Ova er fifty mllee aa hour.
and asvsr rtoortea tbia
leaca of the rniae beca i
iaaereMM ui a Jf Rl
j ANY one can P
j mix to- iw
i baccc, but to N
j blend tobac- a
510.00 to n,500.00
Aiiybin.iy who knows the Diamond Market from A to Z will tell
you that the ONLY WW to puke economical purchasa of Diamonds
is the LAM06K I" WAY.
i.amhert Brother, resources enable them to purciiase largely
tor spot cash, rejecting Inferior stones and IMPORTING DIRECT.
The cutters are la.i to do business with such customc.s and Lam
berts customers j;et the benefit. See how this plan works in the
case of Solitaire En,tftnienl Diamonds, full ot tire, '.n hand-made
guaranteed solid 14 karat and 18 karat gold and platinum mountings.
fjo where vou will
i o Cannot flr.d 5
rood a dlimOBd vultlt
is this i.c it 311-"
Do you MPPCdj4 that
"oit tj.-ke 1 mt. i Ihe
price we could sell
iiiis tjlgmond lot IBtH
Or this (nil cut Siili
Uire, of v. h ck .v
U nar int tl ( 4111 ity,
for s little $" '
The nioilfst price ol
Ibil rinu ll one (g.
nUrutlon .i in o n i
many of the alway.
lncre.isitiK pi pu artt
ot I imbcrl dlainond.
Improved michlnerv Uld
ski tut hindl prodtlCI th
Lambert Sejntless 91 114 QOld
1 4 kar.it . g.l.SO I
l';tke tUni ill clioos
Ingi the longer ym
: ol. ji thl! il, anion .
the mon i tlindtd It
sefins, a".! the price
s only StlO.
flltlerinr, appetl to
Lute .1 economy
;ine wh If diamond,
size ol "iclure. f200.
We.Ming Rings in ill shapes.
Ityltl and th eknesses. Guar
tntdfd quality and durabilty.
.gtl.TS Kirat. . gta.ra
baccc, but to
cos, and have
it mean some
hinjj, is a high
art. You II like
this mild, exquis
blend" that's so
out this country.
NO CHARGE FOR ENGRAVING
All kinds ol DinmOIKa, Solid Gold and I'latinum Jev.clry auitable
for Wedding Gift.
Third Avenue, Cor. 53th Street
lore Open Daily Until 6 SaturJay Nights Until 10
The Political Pot Is Boiling
Full Information in the Great
Sale of Men's Undergat
menti at About Half.
Siztt to Fit Men of All
R. H. Waey Co.'s Attractions Are Their 1 own III
Herald Square Mkr
Broaadomp. Mth M Was
Sec Ova Announcement
of Special Saving in Toilet,
Bath and Medical Goodt
Eltewhere in This Paper.
THE NEW SEASON'S FURS
Our $100,000 Stocks present a graphic
illustration of what will be most fashionable.
Your saving zmounts to H to ? on Furs ycu buy at Pacy's.
These Furs have been as carefully examined for irregular
length, improper dyeing, and instcttrt' seams, as though each
piece were the only piece we were intcrcMcd in
The skins in M.icy rUT Con .trc
jart-f 'ally (traded, 'heir quality tv-itt"
uniform st 'very Jfice, In matched
M no ;idilitio; pi ;cst. Hecatise ot
'hiM Mfrtuardini mtthodi on our
i.irt l on :m HWtyt ttt certain
that Mdcy I tin arc ibtolutcfy even
in color, ttxture arid in pth.
Hi re la another mmcI of the I t:r
rUWItiori to . onsidcr: EdCh season the
Furs we have known by their UHM
MMnint i . 1 1 i m I names :'re prMCnted
tc the urtaUSpcctini pul lie under new'
nnrnes that awe no clue to the acti'.i!
Fur itself, and to iti pouibtevalut We
sell f'uis hyihelr true nanus always.
ts. r xercise . tcrupulntn :are t"
avoid irregularity by n atching the
kins firs, tnd then TinktnR 'in the
sets. The ,isunl custom Is to
make separate neckpiece- mil -ruffs
up 'ndiscrminateh , in quantity,
Hatching them as nearly as possible
We do not soil sk-hIo ptdCrl from
sets but will dupficatf any piece you
may want to your special order
In Rich Far Coats and Sets
We have a collection that is not surpassed hy specialty
houses for variety. The Coats range from 1)9.74 tb $fJ74J)0.
The Sets, from $12.74 to $)W.00. These prices cover the ran??
of Furs in usual demand. We can meet anyunusual demand,
however, with the inducement of the same Macy saving, and the
same dependability that applies to the Furs in stock. If a Rus
sian Sable Coat or Set were wanted, or an Fveninn Wrap of
Ermine, or a Broadtail Suit, we would be able to present as fine
an assortment cf skins from which to select as any specialty
Furrier, and at a lower price.
Two farther evidences of the com
pleteness of our Fur Department
We have a separate department for the display of everv fash
ionable sort of Fur Trimming Heads, T.-ils, Paws, and Bands.
We have ust opened a pi pular-priced Fur Department n the
Sixth Floor which has the overflow of selected Furs on display.
Representative Values in Coats and Sets
A l istrotis. full-furred Animal Scarf,
trimmed with head, brush and paws:
Pillow Muff to match, lined with
Short Scarf Shawl and Pillow Muff,
made of genuine Scotch moleskins,
arranced in ribbon mosaics. Mufi
lined with shirred gray charmeuse.
Straight model, cut full length,
made of Selected coney skins Of
brilliant color. Lined with brocaded
pastel satin, in green, mauve, ecru or
cut on straight
Wsnai linn nn
These Coats are
lines and have shawl
down to a low side fastening.
ot t inentai satin.
Nnnad Floor, nroadwar.
"ERECT-PILE" PLUSH HATS, $3.96
The Price Elsevtere Is $5.00 to $6.00
Twelve stylish shapes, in black, navy arid the two colors that
are so scarce taupe and brown. We are showing these scarce
colors in each of the twelve shapes, which are all in very t'tiod style.
Msln floor. It ltd St.
ALL THE FASHIONABLE WINTER FABRICS
FOR WOMEN'S COATS AND WRAPS
For snappy Topcoats, snug I'lsUrs and practical Outer
garments generally( the Macy assortment of Coatings offers
these splendid values:
Reversible Coatings Check Back Coatings
Striped Codings, Chinchilla Cloths:
(All in regulation cloaking widths).
Prices from $1.49 to $14.89 per yard
c.l pn(ho From the Foremost
beat Washes Looms of Eiland,
Astrachans and , Germany, and
Moleskin Cloths America.
We carry onlv the best grades of these "fur-cloth" spe
cialties, including: Lister's Seal Plushes, made in Bradford,
England, and Lehman's Astrachans. made in Germany; also
American plushes and fur-cloths from the best manufacturers.
Prices range from $2.97 to $19.89 per yard
Hupfi iatlv attractivt are the Mrteiltin PsUMX, uhtch in the fathionalic
Tan( twites art txoptiutully lood lalur for $7.89.
The Vogue of Navy Blue Dress Goods
Macy's display of fabrics in this very popular color, range
from fine Serges at M.Vo, down to the inexpensive Serges
at 49c. Of special interest are
Pure Worsted Serges (h) at 89c a yard
These are sponged and ready for making. Soft finish,
fine wi-ave, excellent for one-piece dresses and for children's
wear. In shades of navy and in black.
;;la comtesse" & "marchioness"
"La Comtesse" is made abroad expressly for us
"Marchioness" is made here expressly for us
Fashion registers a change of figure
in Paris, and presto I "La Comtesse"
appears in lines that will mould the
most obdurate form into comfortable
compliance with the new fashion.
For to have one's gown in conform
ance with the Fashion is but one-half
the effect. The other, and better
half, is the foundation given for the
gown by your corset.
To round an angular form into
svelte lines, to subdue a well-develo
ed form into slim-looking lines of
grace.to brineabout this without sacri
f icing one's comfort or endangering
one's health that is the mission of
a proper corset. That is what "La
Comtesse" will do. That is what
very few Corsets we know of can do.
' La Comtesse" Corsets can be had
in ten different models, made of coutil,
fancy broches and the newest corset
fabric tricot. To support the form
easily, and yet to maintain proper
lines, these Corsets are boned with
Guarantee not to warn nr In sharvp
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wweHJi is nueu to your ngure dv Dorset leres, wno skil
fully mould it as though it were built to your individual
Prices are $7.94 to $29.89. Specialty shops sell
models of these grades at $15. oo to 550.00.
"Marchioness" Corsets, 99c to $12.89
The twenty models we show embrace every possible re
quirement of slim, average or stout figure. This brand is one
which we have carried for years, with the encouragement of
continuously repeated orders from women who have worn them.
These models are made of batiste, coutil, fancy broches and
tricot the latter giving an uncorsetttd effect which is quite in
keeping for slim figures, with some of the present fashions in
dress. All "Marchioness" Corsets from $4.49 up are boned with
non-rusting, non-warping Walohn.
"Marchioness Q .
Rubber Brassieres, $"4
Made of kVOVMI silk elastic, an aid
to well-groomed women of large
figure, who wibh to preserve an
unbroken line above the waist.
"lviMchioneu" Brassiere, made of
nainsook and linen mesh, and all
over embroideries, many of them
designed to be worn wrtn decollete
gowns $1.44 to $6.94
waionn. which we
Made of woven silk elastic; longer
styles at 0$S4 to si . 89. Designed
to reduce the hips and produce a
continuous line from waist to knee.
Imported Boneless Brassieres, made
of mjnd-embroidered linen and de
signed to be worn' with eirdleao
Corsets SISTto $6.94
We show a full line of popular American
makes of Corsets, and the well-known makes
of Brassieres, in linen, lawn and silk.
Sereae Floor. 84th MrooS
The "Domestic" Is the original
"sweeper type" of Vacuum Clean
ers, simple to operate and with
full ball-bearings. It cleans by
powerful suction and removes dust
and dirt from carpets and rugs with
out allowing particles to fly about
fets of extra attachments, for
cleaning upholstered furniture,
n attresses, draperies, etc., at 13.04
.Sr demonstration in Basement.
$1.24 to $2.49
These are embroidered In the
exquisite designs for which Ma
deira hand embroidery is famous,
and are of fine French nainsook!
In sizes to fit any proportions. At
S1.24 there are dainty, simple
patterns, with scalloped edges and
eyelets for ribbons. Others at
ft., M 'J8, 12.37 are more elab
orate, while those at S2.49W very
finely embroidered in intricate
Hoi.r, nith st.
GENUINE LEATHER VANITY BAGS, $2.94
It bought m the ordinary may, we would
have to sell them et S3.96 and $4.4$
' One hundred and sixty-two only. It is not out of place, therefore, tn
1 sunset that, if you want one, it would be well to make sure of it by comlno
j eai ly in the day before noon, if possible.
The bags are made of genuine long-grain saffian and cross-grain morocco.
Two styles one with inside frame, change-purse and chamois pocket
I One without frame, flat in shape, and containing mirror and purse Ta
! last is silk-lined. " m
hither style can be had mounted or plain, In these colors
purple, blut, ireen, hnwn end hUch
Mela Floor. Br see1 war.
nototay te de with big
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