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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912."
Hundreds Daily Apply at Re
cruiting Station in Twenty
Varied Attractions Offered
Young Men to Enlist in
Th. dally average of twenty applica
tion for enlistment In the I'nlted
Stat. Navy at the ret rultlng atatlon
at No. 1(4 Weat Twenty-third street
ha lumped to almost two hundred
since th recent naval pageant graced
the Hudson River. Inspired by tha
grim, menacing battleshlpa thtit for thei
last few days have been tugging at
their anchor chains along the river I
front, like Impatient dogs of war, young j
America has been besieging the recruit
ing uX.' begging lor a chance to be
come a part of I'mle Sam's naval fatn-
Commander Q. C. Day. In charge of
the post, with his subordinates. Chief
Clerk M. K. Trarey, who ranka as a
Chief Yeoman, and chief Voenien Tay
lor and Clark, have been struggling with
a wild, flery. patriotic crowd of boys
and young turn eager to Join the navy.
Th applicants are all ages and of
every ileMcrlptlon. Most of them,
though, are native born Americans and
graduates of American public schools.
The romance of the navy and that
Indefinable something that yearns for
adventure which lurks In every healthy
boy's breast was flamed Into being by
the splandld showing of the shies and
tha men during the last weak.
RECRUITING 8TATION A BUSV
PLACE THESE DAYS.
All day yesterday and to-day iong
Una of them crowded the commodious
offices of the recruiting station. The
man on duty, with as muoh dexterity
and rapidity aa their vast experience
allowed, examined all the enthusiastic
applicants and heard thulr atorlea with
the quiet, kindly courtesy that marks
th trained aallor 'or soldier of Uncle
Many of the applicants arc sent gently
away, all their hopes shattered, because
of some physical or mental deficiency,
which, although seemingly trivial, wa
enough to make I'ncle Sam reject them
aa unfit for active service Others, a
vary few, were not even allowed to have
their application considered. They
showed plainly that they were not of
the type desired In the navy.
Chief Uunoer'a .Mate Heardon. sn
old sea dog who has smelled gun
powder when It was not being burne.l
for the purpose of salutation, la tie
man In the reccptton room of the
recruiting .station who custs Mis eagle
eye over the applicant and decides
Inatantly whether he Is Just t!io right
sort or not to have aboard ship.
Rairdon la the official mind reader
of the recruiting station. If he turns
a younT nmn nway there la no further
argument on the matter. The gun
ner's mate can read character as
tru as he can judge the distance of a
target m the firing line.
The applicants are usually young
men between twenty and twenty-three.
The navy accepts men Between th
years of seventeen and thlrty-flvo.
If under twenty-one they cannot en
list without the written consent of
their parnts or guardians. Married
men uru not encouraged, unless t'.iey
enter th service as skilled in some
trade. The Inducement offered to
young men are ninny and varied. The
Government In older to Impress upon
th your.g men of the nation that
th navy la a eltilled gohool of hUh
standards has gone to great expense
and detail In presenting to them the
many attractions offered by this
branch of the service.
The officers ut the recruiting sta
tion take great care in explaining to
all the applicants every detail of the
servlcs, dwelling elilefly on the f"t
thst rigid discipline ts above nil
things enforced, by explaining also
the many delightful means of Instruc
tion and amusement offered by th
Government to Its young seamen.
The opportunity for Improvement
while In the navy is endless. BaMh
ship has a complete library, with a
librarian In charge, containing sclen
tlfle ami technical books of all kinds
llealde this, there Is an electrical, a
machinist's, musician's and artlflcer
school besides hoarrltal and clerical
training. The newly ejillsted men re
ceive t.ielr pay In full while under
going Instruction, and as soon as thv
are qualified It Is Immediately In
creased. All of these Inducements
were explained carefully to the ap
plicants. When they expressed them
selves as being perfectly tiM l
with the regulations demanded by the
navy they were put under physical ex
amlratlom. The Government Is very
strict about the physical calibre of
In the Innir line of applicants in the
examining room tn-dnv one after an
other was rejected because of some
slight defect. Msny lacked the re- 1
quired weight or height. Others had
defective vision and not a few were
oolor blind. The disappointment of I
these men was real and poignant and i
easily discerned although they made
valiant effort to conceal It.
"The navy Is Just the thing for a
healthy boy." said Commander Day. !
"We are very strict about the type Off
men we take In the service, but for
th right man we offer every sort of
opportunity for advancement. If a I
man has tir.Un ha may even eventu- j
ally become a commissioned officer "
CASTOR OIL UGH
Delicious "Syrup of Figs"
best for their little stom
achs, liver and waste
Look bark at your childhood days.
Remember the physics that mother in
sisted on castor oil, colomel, cathartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
agninit taking them'
With our children it's different. The
day of hnrsh physics is over. We don't
force the liver and SO feet of bowelg
now; we coax than, Wc have no
dreaded after effects. Mothers who
cling to the old form of physics simply
don't realize what they do. The chil
dren's revolt is well-founded. Their little
stomachs and tender bowels are injured
If yoar child is fretful, peevish, half
sick, stomach sour, breath feverish and
its lit tic system full of cold; lias diarrhoea,
sore throat, stomach-ache; doesn't eat
or rest well remember look at the
tongue; if coated, give a teasponnful of
Syrup of Figs, then don't worry, because
you surely will have a well, smiling child
in a few hours.
Syrup of Figs bring composed en
tirely of luscious figs, teRRa and aro
matirs aimply cannot be harmful It
sweetens the stomach, makes the liver
sctive and thoroughly cleunscs the little
one's waste-clogged bowels. In a few
hours nil sour bile, undigested ferment
ing food and constipated waste mailer
gently moves on and out of the system
without griping or Hansen.
Direction! for children of all ages
a'so for grown-ups. plainly printed ou
By all means get the genuine. Ask
your druggist for the fill' name, "Syrup
of Fijs anil F.lixir of Senna," prepared
by the California Fag, Syrup Co. Ac
cept nothing else.
last longest in laundering hold shape.
Try them it will piy you. 1 he
newest shape is the Pembroke, with
l.iNt (COS I "SNAI'.on" BUTTON
HOLE. 2 for 25c sizes.
Pembrolt e, 2 I Is. Ken..tt. 2 2 1 1 in.
Chatham, 2 in.
GEO. P. IDE dt CO.
AUo Makmra of est rf
TROY, N. Y.
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
Per IOC Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
VOI WII.I. SAY NO VIM UN KM".
(SJIUI I.K HrXI. IT.
E. Prttchsrd, Maker. J.ll Spring St., N. V
I tie Largest Millinery Store in America
MYRTLE AVE. AND BRIDGE ST.
Big Sale of Velvet Hats
Thursday, Oct. 17th
It is seldom that any store has such an attractive line of
velvet hats of such extra fine quality as we are able t otter
to-morrow at especially low prices.
$2.98 and $3.98 Velvet Shapes at $1.98
The quality in these hats is unsurpassed and the shapes
are the most stunning that could be desired. Regular prices
on these hats are $2.98 and 83.98.
Special for Thursday, $1.03
Another Lot of our famous pressed
velvet shapes that have been so
popular this season. Regular
prices 1 .98. Thurs f QQ
day Special at ... . 9 1 .37
Several atylaa in close fiting plush
hats SI. 98 grade. & 1 A Q
Special at ft 1 .KJ
Silk Moir. Hat with black velvet
under brims; actually
worth $2 48. Special J
Th. for.moat atyla in velvet hut:?,
trimmed with Mercury wings, l.irge
single wings ant breasts, cannot
be duplicated elsewhere for less
than S5.00. Thurs- QQ
day Special at bart70
Large and medium hand ii.jde and
pressed velvpt hats, in the bet
quality obtainable, trimmed with
ostrich fancies, equal to the PK.f sri
and Sio.oo grades of other stores.
Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings
WHY DREAD CHAPS?
I DON'T. SHE SAID
I uaeM to tlrAd th appro A h of roM
f'hr snlil a ynunr matron ItftMt
flaWtMa completion l th wonder of her
fffcndfi "Mv fnce lincame rourh nnrt red
and niv hands and 11 pa were nlwivi
ohnnped. llBOfj I learned to use Veloaen.
fold weather or warm weather are all ona
hna a tfallv w-nnder'nl f ( In kaaplna;
the akin of handl and face amonth. fair
nnd Rnrd Kmk I tin. Tta uee nlaht and
mornlna and when tffttntf out of doOPt ln
mirca a toft white akin, never mind what
the weather nuiy be. It la ood alon for
1 ' ' 1 r ruta .ii hrul" and for burna and
abrasion! It aootheH r.. kln and helpi
along i. heillna proresn.
At nil drutvalsts. 'ix centa a eollapalbla
ni-rrTKK thw nu n kkam.
tiik NAMK WAV.
llliinwindai tin rch from na an be ai.
rhuriRfd ut full vavlnr or rt t"rnMl for cash,
lewa ten ier rent., within ooe jrar.
To-Day and To-!Iorrow
1 Carat $
Ladles' and Gentlemen's sizes
Our iirnrninltlnn la ampl.v thU: i. r
llaintid bitrrp un opportunity to buy
1 i.t tiki in, mi the mi me coniiuert'a haala
m othrr i-oniiroiiltteN and tlierrby fend in
ward better vaJuen and more ronalatenllr
r-avoniilde orb-eo. e re the onlv IMa
mond liniMirtrre In be I nlt'd Nfatea who
rll dlrtM t to the iMihlb , EiiitrMntrrlnn; a
Cffian radtta, nnd novlnK the niuney on re-
" w " 7 " - " r .Tin- MP niave
iiiuiIp firrT effort to -' Ii our IHamonda m
rhiuply n notlhW and to-duv we are
known from ( unit da to Heilrn, from orrin
to 'icean. for ah In creater value in IMa
mondH than any other Ilaaiond Importer
In thin eountry.
See our window dUpUy of otr half m
mllllirn ilullara' worth of (HamnQda. All
plainly marked l to A.tMMI.IH).
To-Day and To-Morrow
Olisrrve Ihrse wrishts and nrlrrs, also
our ,l, ,. ill, in of a Crw of Ills "SnrrUI
lilaniund nini." otfrred at this .ale. all
niusllv si f-hrap. gtislll, ronsldsrcdi
VAI I'M. WHK;iit. i'h if i.-
-l.IH :l and 6-U4 Carats aitT.i
S Ml. CIO
I I ii, no
I - II!
U-4 of a Carat
CHARLES A. KEENE
a fQaTa Impurtrr of ll.aniond.
IPV Broadway. New York
msw YORK and dsa,
ktaW Lai ai ll . a'at.-rn,
awojiunwauug two Mrriuai j.uo, brtiia .'tc,
MAliNfc SftA V.S IP LIlNE
Mrrl M, N iii ill lind and ,orth sit
Usii fr If s ii.. (i. FtHios St., Tun ,
Ttium. MU. it A P, M. It-turn !
I'or'l.oil MOie ilsjr. at 0 P, M. A arflSBIfaj
InHiDur, ton mil. trip. Tickets tt 1'tir and
EAST1.KN ".STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
AI.IIWV DAV 1 . 1 N I NIKIUiYlii
'five li.aN.'isAt Ht.. H Vt A . 4 i
W . U.i W l8!Hfa rtt , fl.SC A M Landifij at 1
fotMarr. Vtat i' .int. Newbjrtf i. I' -m't ,-,. if ,
Klnaatoq plt, ('ntakill. Mn-Jn aal Otianj I
Ai: aarvloa oat tsnanl luonay. In rod mi 1
mi'Mona. irtan 1 lt -ta'irait. At) ! hrti.i j i.rall
Hclvati :'t,e'ii Stm jan ao4 Ubivfi aptod
Ya'e-Army Footbaii Game
hi Weej Petal, Oil. 111.
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flN NEW YQHK'S SHOIPINC; CINTKh)
Wast sf rUtfe Arses.
The receivership is over. Its aftermath is here in the most won
derful clothes sale New York has ever witnessed. Stocks
worth a half million dollars more than 25,000 gar
ments of the newest fabrics, the latest fashions
are being sold at an average Vi saving to you.
Thousands of well dreued New Yorkers have attended the great Hackett-Carhart tale,
An immense army could be clothed with their combined purchases.
For, with scarce an exception, each man secured a double au pply of clothes. And each selection
was made from stocks whose equal in style, fit and finish exists nowhere at anywhere near the
regular Hackett-Carhart prices.
In this event, the regular price la cut almost In two.
Hence the seeming extravagance of selection on the part of those who have visited hers.
You owe attendance to this sale
Not alone because of its vast money-saving opportunities
Not because the finest clothes this country produces are represented here
But for the simple reason that so wide a variety of fine clothes at such an amazing reduction in prices
has never before been shown and, perhaps, will never be again.
You can go i. a Hackett-Carhart store and demand exactly aa much in clothes as you would of any
Fifth Avenue tailor.
You will get it and more and you 11 save, on whatever you may select, an average of
50c on the Dollar
$13.50, 15, 18, 20 & 22.50 Suits,
Fall Coats, English Rubberized
Raincoats and Winter Over- d 1 Q
$22.50, 25, 28, 30 & 32.50 Suits,
Fall Coats and Winter Over- d 7
$32.50. 35. 37.50 & 40 Suits
and Winter Overcoata. .
$18, 20, 22.50, 25 & 28 Suits, Fall
Coats, Rubberized & English Tweed
Raincoats and Winter ai Q CA
$28, 30, 32.50, 35 and 37.50 Suits,
Fall Coats and Winter Over- di)i
coats P& 1
$35, 37.50, 40 & 45 Suits Cfcorr gr
and Winter Overcoats. P- i OK)
Near Cliambers St.
Opposite City Hall.
at 13th St
Near Union Sq
154 East 125th St.,
Near 3d Ave.
119 West 42d St
Open E renin s.
Important Reductions in
Women's Fine Tailored Suits
Valuea in the most desirable styles
Pur Hult worth 111 M.
All Wool 8er,.
All Wool Cheviot.
All Wool Wide Wale.
Iltark. navy, liniwn and
Cray with ami without
ral.l trim all site to M.
Kor Hull, worth 111 M.
Not ona In the
lot worth less.
Men's wear Hi-rcea,
r'ln. Cheviot and
other popular fabrics,
In sxtra sliss to n bust
F.,r our rs(. S24.SS Sulla,
Wsles of sxtra qu4jor.
plain or fancy,.
Many with mb'4
nobeaplsrrs Col Lara.
riser Balls I. aee.OA ia.r a. .art Meats.
SPECIAL OFFERS IN FASHIONABLE CLOAKS
Thru easraw and Fall Laafth C
Tweed mixtures and two-ton
llouoles, also cheviots soms with
hound pilars, otlirrs hav velvet
Inlay collars skeleton or haJf llnaS
vary larsje variety
each a apleadia ealae. .-. . .O.ON
Full Unf th Warwnb Broeocleth Casts
Handsomely deplaned, though
purfertly plain man-tailored
hand-buffed nlses no stltnhlne
showing sny where- Skinner's
sstln lined throughout 86.08
Other Caala, thrr-aarter or fall l.asjth.
Fall Lsrsjth Drass Cssts
Black broadrloth. two-ton.
dlagonala, graya. ronoord an
rever or btitlons to the too.
neck collar Itself being of velvet-,
reaaaekably fin. vala. !Z.a8
Fall Laafth Sraadlail CUta Caals
Black deep anewl collar
faatsnlng at side under larva
frog ornament yam dyed or
brocade satin lined throughout
rood rata at IM.MI 1A.08
4. OS Utt.08
ROBES HOUSE DRESSES
Attractive assortments of comfortable
horn, gowns larger, much larger, we
are told, than are shown elsewhere
Be that aa It may, everything desirable
in fabric and style hare, and at
Also maids' dresi
figurd psrcales, also ehambra;
an sxcllent variety, ll
popular Kohe. pierre, eallor and
turnover talloretl oollari
a remarkable vajua....
roeraewn ana Blanks rUbe,
Plain and figured -Copanhapan.
n.se. lav.nder. gray and
satin trimmed aJl alaea
DRESS AND TAILORED HATS
AT A POPULAR PRICE... OS
Rv.ry shape hraaahl awt
aaaaaa a at all, aa.dlaas
larse of plush, velvet, aaalM mm
satla. .. .Taupe, royal. ssvy,
brown, whit, aad blaahti alaa
black aad wbll. and vsrsn
atbar aasablaatttaaa aa wall aa
These hats are fair .sample of wtial
uie offer In mofleraieiy priceu mimnery
pretty. ...We take prld
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
JOSEPH P. DAY, Esq., Sept 14th, 1912.
No. 31 Nassau Street, City:
Dear Sir Will you please put up at auction on or about the
middle of November the Schmitt property, consisting of about 110
lots and four houses at 260th Street and Broadway, diagram of
which I enclose? This property is to be sold for the benefit of a
number of banks and other creditors of Chas. J. Schmitt, for whom I
I can arrange to leave 70 on mortgage. Will you let me know
any further information you may desire?
Very truly vours,
Sept. 19th, 1912,
JOSEPH P. DAY,
No. 31 Nassau Street, City:
Dear Sir I hear from your Mr. Murphy that you are arranging
to sell the Schmitt property on Broadway, adjoining mine.
As I am directed by my physician to leave the City at once,
can you arrange to sell my 35S lots and 4 houses on the same day,
If you will call upon me I will give you further particulars.
F. A. FORSTER.
P. S. I do not think this is a Rood time to sell at auction, but for
imperative reasons I must sell at once for whatever price it will bring.
See Saturday's Evening and Sunday's Papers for Amnver,
..ii- mltMnerv a.nsioir
That Is one fundamental reason
great popularity of department.
Now no popular
aa drea. and cloak gamlturea
for Millinery as w.n
arnlturea K taneh
of fur somewhere on cloak, drea. or hat.
so say Dam. Fashion.
nveansdown unllaed to H4 SMS
White Tsmh imflnsfl I Inch mat
Imitation Ermine un lined i to I wen.
.58.-.. 1.18.... 1.T8 1
Real Ermine I li.oh finished
with tap. edg. t.oh
Skunk Opossum black and brown;
mtmu iraiisngs oaoiw uuubm
I Inoh S nu
Sable Haooon ualkned 1 Inoh
beautiful lustrous quality .8.0N
Imitation Black Lynx Oounoa
( Inch lined 1 Iks
Imitation White Tax
inch lined ,. ...1.0S
Imitation Mote Skin aaBnad
lalnoa - .40
Imitation 'brink " ar' "saasTnot-
1U Inoh .
bfuskrat trade nana. Rlv.r Mlrk.
Natural Orajr Ton lint
Imitation SUear-aTay C
Imitation rhlnnhllLa l
Brown aad Blank Oanay
' 1 luch 88 I 1 uroh..
Hove-walte aad black satin
1 lnoh.... .58 I I Inoh..
atmj-M. wfuia aaa iwuaai uoi
ssssa vpoawum ,
i ml In awl
i 8 ; . K
I Imi 1--- is'.naT
Natural Beaear U tnoh- .
Light Bearer lined w
n ano v.ry Talla-Japanaa at Ink.
on tar m Mtmmm Knala TsUls
Four Very Special Tenderfoot Shoes
For Women That Are Hard to Fit
TaaaWSssI shoes are aapeetallT comfortabl for
Ucularly ea ry shoea Designed primarily for comiott, they
stylo and good shape, while wornmananip w ai BBS Dear,
Tasderbet Arch Supserl Stew
Irfbced lse S to C, O,
K and hi . widths
Aoft kid haaad toe kid tins wsltad
soles aatapelaa Insld portion of hel
that, together with king leather coun
ter and steel snank, alturua aboo
lul relief for flat (out. weak ankles
or falling a rah.
Tenderfoot Dree. Beet I .
All (lies and widths ( 4vw
Very soft kid uppsrs modlflad broad
to, mil tips low. but shapely naale
8.M turuud soles lac or button.
TudWeel Ex. Wla. Anaie Lacs I
Steaa IM to S-eee.
common sans, too ftezlbte
raa'a rubber haala.
1 i r
TaaaWlsol nVnal an Seaas I
All slsaa end width. r3JI
Vary soft kkl tsmlaaa eub-oo Sjs
Insj shtdlnm round aaa law hssda.
for buntosa sent
Ha roe siaablaaa tV Taadariaal Haas. Sfisyarst
Thar ar. Many Stjiss al Varieus MeSwes Prices
MORNING SPECIALS-TeHBorisw, Tlwradaj, Until 1P.M.
To prevent dealer buying, quantities restricted. No Mail or Telephone
"TIIIS OltH.INAI.'' "
Sight-eein Ya-ht CLIFTON !
ri'iir.i Minkfiiati liland. Lf eturtr Ai.r-i
Pallr, Siindar, io.'uam silOP.M Ulan wFeai
f;i m. P i m 'j i . ,'iu' . raswt
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANfLI' ',Lnlfr LtfavjM fe-.!fr ou iiatdJU. n-il
i nuT work; f s'. i , n.1 t ref.t iKw. Tlkf I
Vftm '.' rnvin 1 ' . tlrw:' r'"' I.
UUtOS, ' west itril If,, ROOM I,
w tch r t
rV'nv riMOR a- U
ll;i iB i,. ' .r- i . t its ArrOt4.t
L WCCt k. Co.
Who bj-ova Ccvr i-MiuttM i m
DM M t.Ni'S, armti Ur d)livri il . mftftafBl ; ?
fcVNUl' AU CU.. U E lit. si.
DIAMONDS ON CKliiIT
nil wrrit'T OR HOlrnil.1 i'AVM:vTt
American Ualch and Dhmond Co.
ii. .... I.I Chirr i:.rt
WKI.KI.Y; Dbiaoadi and J.,iy.
NM'K-i a OO llu n MUi el., I.
not jt'.or 1030 3d av, (Ipen Rv.bluat.
$ ln.u. ' i Hois. SI . . w.tuhej. dliajiul.
mwirj U etravoUtas. Xt ft, Vl&ib , uM ,
The Democracy of New York County
UTH aTHaST, N8A8 ai 4TKNUM
AT H O'l LIH'K
DR. THOMAS DARLINGTON Will Preside
I'll,- fell o iix .peakrrn will addresitLo meeting
Hon. WILLIAM SULZER
Hen. MtltllN II. I.I INN. II. hi. Ml, ll VI I r, COVBT.
Hun. I IIO.M.la I AllMOUV. II. ii i.kii, i. , I Mti.M g,
Hun. W 11 1.1 M QH II IK. Hun. I.I OKI. K l. OK I X IN H III I T
Hon. Mill in i i t.. Hou, Mil. I I VM I . iVrKLL.
Iluo HUM I- 111 KlilN II KKI-IIV l.,. IIM('.l,
llun. IIKNKV Mi Mil III 001.8,
ADMISSION WITHOUT TICKET
$.9g Women' Rain CaU 4.7S
Tan, blark and navy lluhtierliea
t'anton convertible collar pali-.h
pocket, with or without belt-all
WOMEN'S COATS 8ECO.ND rLOOR.
K3.98 Women'. BUck Velvet Hats 2.07
Tine iiua..ty rlcli blai-k-large and
Small- i Ultle trim tiling.
u . i.i., .1.111 - ruiuu i i.' i ut.
$2.49 Fins Whit Voile W.i.U 1 27
Pretty modl plentifully trinimi
rtth fine faaaa, emh'y and medal.
iHJUlt (ill sixes
WAIsTa jr.(V,.NU I'LOUB.
S9 cl. Eitra Site Niht Drriae M
ritroini cambrlo V-neek K. 8. and
turk. or llteaj ani two Inaerts of
ML'.HLIN UNDCSWliS SECU.NO rLOOB.
24 rl. Wemen't Blark Lille Mow 1
High silk fn..lied-.four threoil
jieel aiol 101 Will nl. n,l il i' l wear.
llu.-lll.KV MAIN KLOUlt.
59 ct. Men'i Neliiee Shirt 31
Coal model -striped and flguri'l
l'i re,! pleated or plain -un suae,
MSN a riSMUIHIMaS. Main FL'jittt.
MS l ittle Bom' .SuiU, 3 I. la yra 2.00
llutiil.ll ui.'l i.al. ir na y. piyal and
nrown sefSl and in t'linvluls
K'r.iy. tan and brown button lo
nick or ..iilor colUr braid or
Il'jYS CUipTUINU TIIIIIIJ IX0OS,
S9 rl. Boy Blwuei M
Peroales, kfadrai and Bden 'itii
iMiti" an I fanol military band
or collar sttauneil to II er.
ROTS' ri km mi i mis ThUSli 1 1 oa
8 1 j rt. Unblrarhrd Minims
II 19 Leather Hand I
Heal grain and
lined wild purss atrona handl
12H rt Wsssn's
I'ure tlnan aheer quality
eni.iu- narrow neinacilcn.
HANUKlCaCHISUni AfAJJt rLOOR,
21 rt. Rica Wats Neteat MM
Sauna, plala and mnlrs tffeiaa
black, whit and colors, also praiur
RIBBONS MAIN rLOOR. "
M ct Silk Pwtfeee- 32 inch ;Z1
ririn w.av. lustrous finish straai
and vnlng shade.
blLKS MAIN rLOOB.
49 cL YJ Wid. Whipcord. -29
r in worited finish brown, DSJ y
snd black In grsat demand far
suits and skirts.
UBKSa UuVI LIS MAIN rLOOB.
IS ct Drea Gliujhsjna-32 incb 3M
Mill lengths of nne qualltl
snipes, chirks, plalila and p
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79 ct Linan Tabl Dajnaaa .a
"0 and 72 Inch heavy wsavs
bleaclird and unbleached.
UXSRS AtAIN VLOOB.
IS ct Turkish Bath Towtls S'.j
lujXJ hemmed -close and abor
TO vN i M 11 N rLOOB.
39 ct Reatlv-Made Cushion Slip. SI
ID-Hub heavy French tapestry
figure designs tassel end.
A HT llOOIM BAHEMCNT.
SS.98 and MM Miasea' Serye Ureases 3.75
Navy and black -all wool satin
collar and I'utia ur contrast broad.
eloth en lar U to It yeata.
MI-Sii' UKI'T SKLO.Ml rLOOB.
wi,.iiu.ip-j,..-i'. rjnn vvi ive.
Vmi M- aaSBMCMT,
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Cluck Signs dei.ote Muriung Speclila
'V)k for the Ciockel Look for tha Cloekat 4
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