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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012.
TWO MEN WHO FACED
EACH OTHER IN WAR
f NOW FIGHT TOGETHER
Gen. King and Col. Murphy,
Veterans of Blue and Gray,
on Campaign Tour.
nkw yuhk-s taarrpKo centbr
Saturday's Book Special
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Oft MOMEV PROMPTLY REFUNDED
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unA 1 nt x. 'ih I Irr, Th Bon4 wi.
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Wat at rirtk .-.
nd tht South hare com
on th. Dull Moom platform.
Tho M oktler of the olvtl war hav
taken to aturnp ami ar traveling to
gether through the State. Gen. Horatio
C King;, nomlnen for Oompt roller on
the PragrMMre ticket baa for Me trar
'Ing mata Ool. ir W. Murphy of
UW Rock, Ark. Oeti. King wore the
bio and voted for Lincoln. Col. Mur
phy MeVWM the fortune of I.ee and
never varied anything but the Damo
Th. two fought airalnat each other on
the arm battlefle Id. They were flfht
lng a the cloae of the war. Col. Mur
phy cam from LOU Rock to offer Mi
MWt to the t'rogreaaiv party and
with Ot King was iunlim1 a speaking
tour, which will take In New oTrk and
other tt.ates, anJ U many military post,
aa poaalblc. Thf soldiers apeak at
Schenectady to-night am at the Ivenox
Lyceum, In this city to-morrow night.
Oan. Kin soys tho fight la a matter
of princlpla i;n Mm. "I was one ot
the first to rally to Hooaerelt at Chi
cago." eald he, "ami seconded his nom
ination. I have made up my mind tn
flrnt this battle for freedom aa 1 did
the one fifty yenrs MO "
Col. Murphy says he waa won over to
the) oanae by reading the pall form of
the Progressive party. 'That plat
form," he hit, "la the greatent, moat
human document I ever read. It offer
Industrial Justice and gives th people
a mode of .ourlng I' In the primaylea.
CM. Ilootrveri- hx many Confederate
oedler. in his train "
BIRTH WITH PAGEANT.
SHuBnua Hall 1 Huh School of Brook
lyn celebrated It one hundred and
twenty-fifth birthday jestenlay with a.
historical pageant. Kxcrclar ware he! 1
In the achool auditorium In tha after
noon and .venlng. The new wing of
the achool, recently completed, waa
At tha exorcises laat night Comptroller
J'randergaat waa the nhlef apeaker.
Borough President Bteors, Ugerton
L, Wlnthrop, Prcaldent of tha Board of
Education, and Dr. WUItg H. Hrougton
alao poke. Dr. Qunnlson presided. The
registration of puplla at tha aohool la
now 8,47. Erasmus la tha oldest Ho
la achool In the State.
ANOTHER STRIKE BY PUPILS.
Bart Tly Children of Newark
Sbjaool Ar Scared lato Yielding.
Following tha example of older boys
ad glr'.a of tha Morton atreet aohool,
mho atnick last Tuesday against thslr
taavotaar, marly the entire tA olaas of
tha Charlton atreat achool, Newark,
N. J . refused yeatarday to go to their
Th strikers yestsrday ranged from
eight to ten years. Like tha older
pupils, they organized a hike to the
offices of the Board of Education In the
diy nan. rney planned to proteat
that Miss Hannah Roberta, thslr
teacher, was "bad" to them.
Tha strikers numbered twenty-ntno
Thay electel as tbelr lejder Bennla
Flelt'. of No. 7 Hillside place, and
marched bravely until they encountered
Supervisor Charles A. Maci'all of tho
compulsory attendance department.
"tt you are not all back In school in
ten minutes. I'll put every one of you
In Jafl as truants. " declared the Super
visor. Ten minutes latsr the laat of the
frightened r bl was baek In scbool.
YOUNG SAILORS GRADUATE.
Twenty-one Ready tn Be Qnarter
mastrrs and I'rtty ontcere.
Twenty- ma graduates of th New
York Nautical School received diploma
yesterday afternoon on tha afterdeok of
the training ship New York. The diplo
mas wore given by R. B. Aldcroft Jr.,
who presided In ths ahaenca of Michael
Hulllvan, Chairman of th Executive
Committee of the school.
Th boys have been on the ahlp two
years and have been Instructed In navi
gation, steam engineering, electricity,
signalling and seamanship, and have
aille.l 10,000 mllea. They now are pre
pared to enter the merchant marine aa
quartermasters snd petty onVers. The
first prize given by the Maritime Asso
ciation was awarded to A. I. Flynn.
OCher prises were won by Edwin Nelaon.
E Award Raven, H. H, VtnthltS, Arthur
M. Tode. Oeorg P. Townsend snd Jamei
K. Sfareh. . .'.Ma
Te-daj and to-morrow are days of reg
latratlon. If u do net rrclatrr you ren
net Tot, Itegl.tratliin boutha Hill ipsa at
7 A. M. and rlaee at IO I. M.
Saved I. eat and Lost l ife.
When William Yetter's leg was
broken last spring in Newton, N. J,
he would not permit h surgeon to
cut It off, though the fracture waa
compound and the ti,,ne pierced the I
flesh at one place. He said he must.
have hla leg Ha paid for It yesterday
with hi life, which blood poisoning
WHY USE EMOLLIENTS
THAT SOIL CLOTHINQ
When a Delightful Non-Soiling
Complexion Preserver Is
So Easy to Obtain?
"Look at that cottar." exclaimed a
young society woman, holding up f". m
ipection n delicate neckpiece: "cold
:ream certainly plays havoc with one's
' "Why do you use ur i ly cold cream?
i5ked a friend. "Velogen Is the fine i
ort of emollient for face and hands, snd
'T Will not sun tut' nil si uriK.ui' uii
'abric." Velogen I; the ideal preparation
'or the complexion. Its use night and '
norninu ana when h"ihk out 1 1 tlooi
eeps face and hands smooth, white and
awless. Qood also for burns, cut and
happed iips or hands, it imnoths ih .
Kin and paves tha way toward healing,
At all druggist;.', In cvliap'.-ib'v tubes, !
25 cants. J
Choice Saturday, ea-h
.Kail. OStOBBS riLt.ro.
The Greatest Bargain You'll hver Get This Season Is in This
Sale of Junior Full Length Chinchilla
Coats at $4.98
The illustration (which was made direct from the garment itself)
outfit to tell you the story. NO MAILORDERS
All handsome fu'l Itngth COatt, made from a
jplfnJU tjnallty ehlnchtlui doth. Semi-f ittinn
or bfttfJ back nOosiS) nrw collars (may be
WOtH battonad Closi at n:k or wide open
revers); navy or gray; in 11 to 19 year llMS
on sale Saturday at
Girls' Sample Kersey, Zibeline, Etc.. Coats
abut 4S0 Gsnnents Go on Sale Saturasf si About th Usual Wholessle Price of Them
ALL FULL Lr.NGTH GAR MRNTS -cut after the very latest style conceptions of
1 ne season. i nere are naiiLi.some cneviois, warm
kerseys, rihellnes, etc. StnnninR sailor collar and turn
down collar models, the latter buttoning close to the
neck 1 also notch collar styles; trimmed with brald,
velvets, rtc. Sizes 6 to 14 years. (No Mall Orders.)
Saturday st '.
Girls' Silk-Finished Corduroy Coats on s.uTsaturday at
Handsome full length garments, made from a beautiful quality SILK-HN1SHED CORDUROY. They
have the new button-close-to-neck collar, turnback cuffs; LINED AND INTERLINED throughout; In
PfOWfl Of rtvv and In o to 14 year s;s; for Saturday only (No Ma i (irders) at
a sa a
On sale to-morrow only. Hand made velvet
Tarns over Buckram shapes In erect pile 1 A
velvet; dioice of above in black only- Satur- I Ijf
day at (mail orders filled) w
Two Jaunty styles, like
cuts. One Is a sllglit
roll brim, the other a
alight mushroom effect
trimmed with draplngs
of nressallne; In black,
white, king blue ansl
solid brown, black on
royal; special st,
Seam-demy's UnpeLreJleled Under-Regular-Price News In
ol flannel lining, belt all around;
1 Ike I ut. UMH
Boys' $4 AU-Wool Chinchilla Polo Coats at $2.98
Ulue or gray chinchilla polo coat, all wool flannel lining, belt all around;
also mixtures ot gray or crown;
slrea iy3 to 10 years. Norfolk suits,
blue serge or mixtures, sizes 7 to
14 years; double creasted
luilcker suits, sizes 8 to 17
years; Saturday at
Boys' $3 Chinchilla Overcoats or Suits at $1.98
Blue or Gray Chinchilla Overcoats, black and white
check linlnir, embroidered emblem on sleeve, sizes 2V4
to 10 years. Norfolk Suits, blue
serges and mixtures, sizes 7 to 14
years. Double Breasted Suits, blue
serges and mixtures, sizes 8 to 17
years. Russian Suits, 3 to 8 years;
3.oo mill or overcoats st
Boys' High Grade Winter Suits or Overcoats
Norfolk tlults of all wool serjre or mixture, of raeslmeres. cheviots an.! worsteds; all
lants niu.!j lull lii-if. nn,',l throughout. ei,l,. I. tickles and w it' ll pouk
sliea 7 to 16 yelTs, doulile t.riuHUxl knlckpr eulta of eicnin mate
t lala, stuns 10 to 11 years; blue or rr.Tv cliln 'lillln OVarooatsl, alao
mixtures of fire IllipertSd fabrics, sixes to 10 yearn
.MA. IX ORDERS rlLLES.
A Wonderful Bit of Good Luck Comes to You To-M orrow in
Broadcloth and Army Serge Suits
at $7.98 for Women and Misses
WE WON'T ATTEMPT to tell you how much they are worm or what
price they would have brouftti under ordinary conditions. All we need
A lot Of 300 silk lambrequins, he
soft, drapy kind; with pretty
foral borders and
heavy double knot
ted silk fringe;
all colors, Satur
$2.75 Rensissince Table (overs
Only loo tn this lot, but they're un
usually handsome--in a 54x54
Inch size- .Mexican
drawn centre -deep
lace border- 'veil
worth t?. .75 in
this sale Saturda
MAIL OBDKSM riLUS
This Classy Lot of
tell you Is that thev are nude of Chiffon Broadcloth and
Army Serge. S12.y Is the lowes price at which we've
ever known the.se materials to be made up into suits.
Silk braid trimmed or plain tailored; L1NEU THROUGH
OUT with guaranteed -satin or silk serge. Sizes for Misses
and Women. CUSTOM ALTERATIONS FREE. Saturday at
Just Arrived for Saturday 500 More of Those
French Serge Dresses at $2.98
Also Hair Line Stripes and Wide Wale Diagonals
Wf: WISH that it were i.Sox) for the demand is greater than our
manufacturers can supply us with these dresses.
Wi j'lcturn two new models. Thfse dresses are
made from a hlsh jrrada aerjre embracing" the
new Kobe spierr collar and turn-down collars
uf satin, corduroy, velvet, Ihco, etc. IlandFome
trltnmln,;n In silk lirakl o.- jilsrn tailored eff"'ls,
tlnl-shril with Jabots and velvet bows. Full
length kIcovi'H (turn hack ruffs); colors Muck,
brown or navy; slr.es H to 18 yours for mleses
mi J 32 to III hunt for ladles. On Hale Hntuilay,
Women's Buckskin & Velvet Shoes
All Are Guaranteed $2.25 and $2.50 Values, at
JUST THE VERY MlOIi every woman has in mind for I'all in the l l
buttoil model you have undoubtedly found so scarce in the popular priced
footwear. These shoes are extra well made, on the very latest approved
lasts, in sizes to fit EVERY FOOT; for women md mioses; Saturday only
Boys' and Girls' School Shoes
Made ol nuninetal kid leather; button mods),
i to S; ii iptclti sale Satur-
Boys' Heavy Soled School Shoes
.Made of Calfskin leather; lace cut, with
hookS) heavy double soles; sles 9 to
t3 ",, at
Sale of Ruhber-Heeled Julie ttes for
Women with Tender, Tired Feet
fi r house and outdoor wear; dari. brown Of
'.'lack, soft kid tans have tot
k.i;- or are plain; IMaks hav
no-slip , ies, which are erv
flex 'Me and durable; ;.izes 4
to 8j Saturday at
$2 and $2.50 Satisfaction in these
Black and White Satin
Slippers at 1.59
You'll be iclad to know of this unusual offering for
Saturday. I.ven ne or dress slippers as food as
tbni have seldom, if ever before, been sold u'ider
$3W, hacli pair fin
ished off with a fluff ,
pompon bow, thev
have short i a. up .
high heels and the
sv.-s rinii from 2' ,
to 7 sale prlCf, Saturday
ir 1 -lore, ptsn ioig u Mer
.StAIX OStSXSUI FILLED
TOMORROWBKISGS THE END OF
THE GREAT FALL SALE
A Rale that r bas brought, andfsvill briag to the 'wl. tremendous benefit to
customers. . Are you goinR tt let this last duy paw and miss its opportun
ities? To'do.so would. U to wilfully fori'ji important savings.
Last FaU!SaleOpportunlty In
Girls' hull Length Chinchilla Coats
WORTH SI0.W TO-MOM0W S
oft, woolly quality tiavv and rv nil I out wall atlora-buitosi to n.rk
vlvi vollar rstra dp s.l(-farlD rel flannsl . lining. I to H yesrs nl
uiily wsrm an, I snug, but smart as wslL
Little Girls' Dress Costs 4t 7 Y
Rstr fins Jw-.iutclnths. isn oanal'a Iwlr. uhvlols. nrm .,l Import. ,1
rorslurcys- corrrril "waJaint"' tnodssV isnflsmnsly trim , I or prfolly plain
unrmly in- i aiiJlntrllnaal Ui cohira isd t' in tltll la,llrs this snison
Last Dmj tut Tfass FalBab Spsxials
S( S8 snd V. IK Girls' SrUl Cak
Wool I nr tots lIUS. oruwn mmmt
I'opsrHisgsn warm, oomfortAhi
iitB- soud strlsa suirwllsnt w sarins;
nuallty lo 14 years good vahi at
M SS, but for tsst l-sllsls Rat iroay,
mi sxc.ptlonsl Iwrfsln.
M M Girk' I snf Warm Cwb
noulil-hrrast styls wlntr walttht
chsvlota- plain and fanor wavsv
best i,,.r. flf-fnlins -wll cut
ascnUrrrt workmswiahlp I to It rtara.
J.H Girls' Rscp Drssss
ss nils, dius ana
3fl0J $7 nn Oris' l ull l,,ih Caals S.M
nir wool on.vlol. rsd, ml. t navy
nd brown boa iiUK Osini collar to
hm at back -AubU brss.t ,U.p
bait at back- Mir-fabrtc ynks llnl'is
ds wamrtb 4 to 14 yars.
I3.M CWUrtsi Warn CstMa ut
Navy, brown sutd Oopnhrn chrv-
vlvt collar and ouff or silk
braid Uim buttonad to n-k t ...
warmly llnsd and Irrtsrllnad 4 to 7
nmu.i. iiniiiiusi ji irirrr rui
slilrts-S to 14 years.
tsssimiss" v0 LtU Girli' BrMarl.ih Cat. .M
pink -flyw Fmll Navy, brown and'otmnhsscn wsrui-rlm-fuH
pls.tsd ly lntarllt,4-.iik Lrsl.l irtmnH. -
4 to 7 y.srs
Fine Stock of BOYS SUITS
For Fall and Winter Wear
6.98 7.98 9.98
Enormous usortHMtit of than nedd milts at each prtc.
ssajorlty hav SaSf Irossin 7 to IS 7 sum.
Material arc Wontrds, CkTlots, ra, Casatmvrc. and
I'nrdarnya Flrvrr raU W fancy, al aUntr of n.T
black 1 n.aally dlfflcalt to .core Varloa. mndiflca-
II... .f alJSgM Mil .r...t N.rf.lk. .la. ssrk sa.a.U.
All are from rel.brat-d rnanufactuira whose reputations for high trade tailoring
are maintained through unflagging attention to th asinalett detail of workman
ship and unwavering R-E-L-I-A-B-I-L-l.T-Y of fabrics.
Bsp' S rural Caakl
4 to 17 year black or tan era van stt
or rubber plain or plaid llnlnca
slngla breast converttbf oolkar
1.1IH Si.9M and 3.08
Yiimt Man's Suits
91 to X! chest slngl brsast: also Nor
folk models aerg, worsteds, ohevlnta
and oaaslmsres, swills, barrlna'hoiies.
stripes and other fan, Me- plain or ouff
iroussrs exrepiionany nn in dulgn
out and workmanship.
Ullk Bars' Suits
S to 10 yesr nusslMi and Rallortn
worateda and casslmsrss; whits, brown,
royal and navy sergva, fsncy ohavlota
In all dealranla colors; also corduroys
ana velvets Nallnr. I .ton or button o
nerk .tvic single or double breast
Mmses- braid trlmmsd or with am
blen)-many with eitre shields full
U.OH a.Ofl 4.8N
5.18 ana 7.iS
LAST DAT FOR THESE FALL SPECIALS
No Stall or Tetophon Orders.
tt 50 Bti' Eitra Treussr Satis 3.00
Yoks Norfolk and double breast
Kail and Winter weight rhevlota
me.li wn and dark mixtures herring
bones twills, ate.- fin twill linings -I
to 17 years.
59 tt. Boys' I sundered Shirts
While and fancy madraa and par.
cales, ruffs uttsohed-U to 14 nok.
S. also M.r.l.f Specials k.l.ey
51 at Bays' Fall Caps 34
Nsw Oolf ahapas gray, brown and
fancy mlaturs., also navy aerges
aUn llnsMt or tii4 bound swaina.
M et. snd tl 25 B.T. Treuser. .
Bloomers and knlckens - samples
from high nloas inaimifaoturer In
OlIMai corduroys, worstwls, chev
tots and oaaslmaren putent waist
band -belt loops ( tu 10 ysuis.
Women's Smart Dress Boots
Made to nil at $3.60
I'stent 1,-iither or gun mntal calf vamps with dull blaok or whits
rslf or wlitpoord tops, also tan HuasU eall with whlpoord tops, ar
Inoluiled In Ih lot All mad on newest lasts) '11 ban li.sla
Ooodynur welt -birtton oiul laca atyles all sixes.
These shoes were made to order for a prominent dsalsr, but were rejected bv
til 111 on account of late delivery.
Of conr.e the maker had to oat a lre aUea.ut tram his
original price .... The rraalt Is thai Ih antart, snappy, nrll
made shoes, worth SW1.B, will be aula here ta-Morroer at .ll.
CORSETS f.r art
More and more are corset maker rornbininR.Htylei and comfort . . . Evan extreme
models combine these characteristic. In our great MMtt atcck you will find
all kinds of nuveltiea and fada, aa well as thoroughly tested favurittf.
Expert ealegwomen will udviae as to the .style best Milted to your com
fort and carriage The privacy of our Const IejH. is another point
of sdvantage that women greatly appreciate.
LAST DAY FOR
THESE FALL SALES SPECIALS
If you want to share in the phenomenal
advantages of this Sale you must do It
to-morrow . With the cleat of Uk.
store the curtain will be rung down on
opportunities that cannot be duplicated
for many a day. even in thi Home of
K. M.11 ,
M rt Cktffa! Vei'.
we trrr , grata
j"Ped woven lunlvi imt with
11. is. end full line of light and dark
olors, also black and whit.
2S ft MilRnsry KlkWn. Ja
o colors, nisrs snd white plain
sod moire taffetas, satins; ale
dnlnty Uresden-I.irr atortments.
' rt lo$I.HLseCll.rssm1 Tek.t Ml
',e-. anu oat net -,tewet
de.ign. In Venice, Irish crochet and
insi raine effe, te, many shspe. and
StSiag white and ecru.
IS rt. Wesatw's linen I Id ft .10
Kmbrol.lered . ., ..,,,,1 ur with ma
thtnt or mtnd emh'd corners -aM
white or with colored corner aora
25 ri Seo.ee) ami Fancy Cette. Natt .It
While snd ecru- prslly patterns far
gulmpcs, yoke, snd entire walstt,
M and el. Finer Tibl Sa.pt .It
S cake. In box Armour's, Swlft'a,
Jergen's snd other reliable make
25 rl. Bn Linen Fiaiak Ststisoary .!
4 aheets 44 erivelopes -Salf of th.
shests .re plain, the orhar 14 en
graved "New Vork City" In deep
blu, wiii. -I, glvea a distinctly
2S cl. Oasqu Window Shed . .11
SxJ (r. bsfor. hemming host tints,
Mrt.TsyTe. Ssts M
II or IS place neatly decors ted a
pretty, weloors gift for a mile tot
12.4 Wemen's Blark Tsttsts W.'sts 1 50
Tailored stele. -.braid and huttoti
trim open front or back all else.
UM Dressy CUffan Waists 3 00
Navy, grsxy and brown vest effect
of whit chiffon or lace- tin v huttoa
trim shadow lac or net yoke net
urulSTbodt long sleeves- an site.
UM Cawt Six SHk NttMtwts 200
Soft, lustrous, black taffeta silk
pleated and tuck flounces.
M st Nstnseea Cerssl Cartel tt
Deep yokes of fancy lace, or com
blued wMth smb'y ribbon run all
t rt. CMHrsn't fsggata M
Soft, flecy flannelette pink and
blu atrip 4 to 14 yers
JI N Wstata's BWV V.leal M.N 3 80
Krtra quality finely mod and fin
ish ednew.it (urge and email shspa.
f I S Osbirh Fe. the, Fenr'.i 1.17
Newest effects In hlsck. white, blaok
and whlls. and oulora.
Babies' Wear Sale Ends To-Morrwsr:
$l.9 BsbUs' Fin Sws.len
Willi- with plnli or blu
swestrr .-..its grsv, r,-i and whit
closely woven well Btadt SO 1 yr.
rt. Bsbies' NsWrk Srlm St
Yoke and blabop ttyla -fins emb'y
lsr and tncka.
St rt. Bales' Nalnscsfe Slir ... M
Yoke of turks or.d smb'y Inscrta.
also bishop style.
29 rt. Bsbies' Ftill S1I1 Cap It
Turnback styles fsney stitching s,,d
silk bralj trim vlxea to S years.
Judge From The el the Filenl of Our SUtks:
I.OO t ' StVJft
1 10 ,,,1111
floval Worcester forsts
Aiikii. line forseis UN
lion Ton dorsals 8. Oil t IU.OII
I J. II. t'ors.-t. I.OO i" a.llll
ill A li. fi.rsels 711 I" ri.OO
I American l.uiv t 'orsets... 1 ,imi t , Villi
I, via Corsets .'1. 1141 to I 'J. Hit
Ken.ill.te Cs.etH ft. Oil In.fMI
.7" I ' Di
W. B. Uoraeta
I,i Vida i'or.ets
P, N. Corsets
I .a V'lulolre
Xemo 1 'orsets
Smart MetlNtOMI ni ike.
I.OO I" ."..oil
a.iiii to 10. on
. 111 10 ,-.00
1. on m a. 00
a. tin to iy no
.4n m n, in
ii.no tu s on
i.O 1 K.INI
I. HO 1 ' III. Oil
$4.M Children'. Besrtein Cbt
White curlr heirsklll l.illloned SB
lie, k- four fsncy buttons to t yeara,
Th Abars I Only Partial List
Other Pall Salt Spscitls
Art Announced in F renin; Jawnal
Misses' and Girls' Millinery
.Trimmed and I 'atrtniaaed.
No 8 ich Stock Rlsewher.
I Hla1 and Olrl' i''lt lists
bright snit plain finish, soft iind
stiff eff.-et. sl populsr
I !! TO 10 2.411
1 i n u' Ready-la-War rnts
I III.IIOII I, tl, I SI, I OOW
MORNINC SPECIALS To morrow, Saturday, Until 1 P. M.
T prevent ,!eHlers buying, iiisinrlt1e. Mgtrielad, N ' M r Telrplmne Qrdars,
$.98 Youths' l.onx Trouser SuiU G 75
All wool navy afti fat'cy worst,-,
In, oaaalsneftg nn-i Dharlots
f 1,1 St chest hi st llnlriirs
nut on raiau puxt,
HJI Bsys' Fitr. Trousen Suits 3 95
Norfolk and double brsaal Strictly
nil wool bsndaomt ehevtota, eaaal
no r, -h and iwatd ptg top knlokr
Unci througliuul i 1 , it yetra,
urn -, pint riiiitii ruKa,
1125 Boys' Sweater Costs 74
Heavy wool ,r w,,rstei mlsd V
neek'-pisin grav. eardlnat, navy
stiil white tl 0 II years.
A euM whether . '
BOYK' rl txisuiNn riiiitii I'lKiu.
98 el. Girls' Rr.ilr to-W.tr Felt Halt 54
Cardinal, navy ana brown' vaiiotig I
ghape silk rlhlem band
Ull.t ISKKV 1I1 llli l lIMIt.
i 2 IK G rit' IterSS ( 2.00
line of ,e.t known mate navy
sateen rubberised nishl silk lined
leoel win, rslnproof sole.... hug to
Oat 'i, ' . .. iboaal kt la "rrv
Kir. , w. uni 1 1 ... ieriii
1,, . teitll.
Ill KM I 'I IT
in iisn ri
IIJU Boy.' Isre .Shoe
Vral Calf msnnish laal sues
tl M B. if1 T.bscoie litis .69
I" 1I11 Hi-riite'i folt. -new Call oulore
with of alth'iit bl'idlng silk
BOY I HATS THIU StVOOl
J1.4K Wimen't QUrk Vtlvel Hats 7J2t
Kin MUalltv with or without silk
beaver crown 1 irce and small
mii MNKBf TatlBO PtVOOl
49 rl Boyt Srhoel Blouses .27
Whiit '"i fansy asadrag and par.
rall Hum iisht and dsrk stripes
i,'il fik'ires hsnd or collar ut-
Itnhed- well mad cut full- to 15
I I KM.III.V
riiitin 11 rt.
Clock llgns I'
I.ook for the Ciooaol
M smlat Specials!
laook for Ih. Ctookal
IsadJn eoion .TO
(JlCr' ', Irtl and Cordurov
II it. 4x1 1 the new slvle. In
Trim d Cells ready tu vrtr ON
Novel sty It I In Corduroy and
Velvet Hati-lnrludlnv llsnky
Paaky 1.U4 and 1.40
Mi.see' rit It as I r ta Tiarg all
colors with banda. thlrrtngs,
eoHif. or flat buwa 1,00
flatf ami m,re ilelist. I. UN t - K.4M.
Slls.es' an i dirts' Dtaeg H.ts-'e'-et,
Corduroi una flush
.Very virletv 11,' crown sn,
tiimiiiini: 1.04 to 4.4S
DURING TH S SALE
HATS TRIMMED FREE
Hats rn.l Mstertalt
Are .lo ,- nt Her.
SPECIAL MATINEE LUNCHEON
i TO-MORROW I2 00 to 2 0 . . J
Club Hnndwlch. Olives,
Chicken Creole ami l'rench Holt,
.Neapolitan Ico Cream.
Tcu. Coffee. Milk.
Kalaty ouT.alre to rewtaaraa-t
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