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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1ft, 1918.
BY BUI GARIA
ICY LIFE WITH WIFE BOOKIES "SHOOED"
FURNISHED HIM BY
SERVIA IN LINE
Decree AgnflSt Turkey Pub
lished in Sofia as Belgrade
sVOXDON, Oct. 18 -Thp drsJawttoii of
war hy llulgarla UaMMl Turkey wi
mblinhwl In 8rn thin rVMilng. accord
ing to a m-ws sgtn.y di-spntch from
T'grla. Tills StSt) ss takon ss th
rasult of llic WKMMtMt of llM Turkish
r.pr.switstlvs from Bulgaria.
Tha (Vrvlnn Uov.rm'rnt has orl.rl
iu Minister at Conauurtlnopls ta "t-
anc t"r hla Immntintr l'lrttira, SO
or1!ng to a riVsp.it.-h rc. atl ! hy till"
Jtrvlan legation hat Th. Hfrvlin
Cnsuls In Turkey ti..v slo hncn or
ders! to li-ave.
1WIUI4. OOt K The Turkish nmli-s
tmv bMfl oritttt i" tafca tim orfrnivi
kntncillutrly. acronllng to a d.sput.h
from 'iinstiinrlnnplc to the Tamps.
.m.NST VNTtNOfl.K. OCt 16 thy wire-
"Never Aain, Judge," Says
Husband, as He starts
for Far West.
AWAY FROM RACES
AT PIPING ROCK
Betting is Practically Invisible
At Second Day of Society
Inn telrymph to K listen. IJi, n-iumantn -
The aoaeMM af MM h.twen Italy
m4 Turkey -,... liilly antVlpstft by On
Ottoman Government, lthniii;!i MM
Brws AM not rca here until 4 V M.
tn-Uy and la still unknown tn th clti
g.ns Reaerally. The Ministry of Marin--bi
tHken ai'tlvn step, to prewe the
Turkish fleet to take part In the r.m
algn aaalnst the lU.kati states. Three
tattlrshlps and t" rnilaera wnien nao ,iU,t f)lll , , ((( f,,,,nK , wal tm, fr
n bottlad tip hy Italian squadrons mi, , Miaja ,iwr,. i t, ffR, hvr
hiive now bstn aUtloned at the mouth I -j f.t n, he took mo to Mr. Kobr.-t
of the lllai k 9m In nr.irr to earort an I ivrk. n marriage broker.
army of Invaalon to the MulitarUn rnaat. ..)r pajcg had a talk with me and
Joseph Van Ituren had hla wife In the
Morrlsanla Court t-d.iv. but ha didn't
t.rlng himself mi, not he' She stand
n matter of five feet ten In her allk
stm-klngs. nnd he la Juat al e to reach
the elnnil'ie' friends In the suhiy
eara whin he ha., on thoae shoes with
the nlirh military heall lleslde.. ho j
hasn't been married to her lmK. nor'
l.aa the nil it.- of their doiBMttO d'al-
,ni;s I i .if a port to brenl contempt. I
Anyhow, she wjis 1n ,'onrt. an I aha
w.ia Squally Ct rt.iln that she. iietlhe !
wniM fir Mr Van lluren the furniture
and olothlnl in their flat al Wo. 101 (
Wnsrt tine Hundred and Hlnty-thlrd I
atreet, the llronx, nor allow him to I
enter and enjoy the uae of them.
"You aeo, she's never lieen a loving !
trata Prase hi "I'm aorry now trail I i
didn't stay a bachelor."
"I don't care a Ml one way or the
other." put In Mra. Van Huron. "I'm
able, to take rare of myself."
"Tou bet you are," aald Mr. Van
Ituren, who la a salesman, and he ahot
htr a kUnee that waa not altogether
nirinK. 'Tin forty, .Midge, and along
'Sivial to The World )
PfMNO HOCK IMOI TIIACK, V. T.i
r't. Id.-MtSl weather waa provided for
tna aeoon.l day of raring at the meet
ing here wlili h hna for lt object tha
revival of the apnrt of horae raring for
anorl'a sake. The ehlll of morning had
disappeared by the time patrona began
to gither shortly aftor MM and with
'I ear skier nnd faat going rare aport
The crowd wu not aa large a the
rooord att. ndajv o gt the opening laat
.atur I i. but the lawn grand atand waa
thronged with New Yorker of highest
anoint Import anrc. In aplte of the com
paratively small attrnlanca to-day
dlrertora of the meeting declared In
moat er.thualajitk terms that the wucceaa
Increased atrength and a.tlvlty a--panted
the early tranaactlona In tha
atork market to-duy. Iteapondlng to i
urtak Inlying demand, Hmding, DMoa
Pacific, Nt I'aul and all the metal la
auei advaitoad for nearly 1 point galna
ovar the final mnge of yeateTdav.
AmalgainAted Copper waa very con
aplc.uoua with a Jump over M.
The ateadler condition of the foreign
markata was advati'-ed aa the chief
reaaon for the pronounced atrength In
the local exchange.
The rntlnued rising power of the two
leaiMng metals Steel and Amalgarrwite.l
upper--auppllod the afternoon feature
lloth theae ibj u.-s were In exceptionally
heavy demand. Steel croswd 79, wlillo
'ofHier moved over xl.
might real, zing waa In pmgraaa In
other aharna at the .-losing, hut net
cluuigna were Irregularly higher.
INDIAN MASHER WON'T HAVE
TO WORK FOR A WHILE NOW.
The loaliia Trlrra.
Todar'i Mt . atsl laat rrea of
lianau, r.,ni(.arwj with yeaier.
sto. Iu of net
dar'a final f.. . mn m foll.s
I M I'Mln try
Vrttmi oil . .
Hnxlt. it lut.
Tel Trl (
Thla movement of th. Turklan forces
Will compel the HulEartati military mm.
ggandera to divert part of their army
from the main utiaek on Turkey In
Notwlthatandlng the xnnat elaborate
riunutlona taken by the Turklajh
xroopa. Ilulgarlan handa have aucr.i ded
lit destroying eome Important hrldgea
near latlp and Kotsrhana. ao that com
munication with Scutari la completely
Interrupt. ,i and the newa from the
Montenegrin frontier la meagre.
The Ottoman liovernment h.ia aolved
the problem of the employment of
Christian soldier In the Ttirklab Army
Vy ualng thenin the garrlaotia of Aala
Minor and alao partly In Cunatantlnople.
tUBJIUN, Oct. 16-A limit of twenty
four houra ha been fixed by Turkey
for the I '..i Iffiin stale and Oreece to
poloxtxe for the lending of their "In
olent" note to the l'orte, according to
ap. rial dlapatch from Conatantlnople.
OCCHT, Bwllxerland, Oct. II The
pea.,, treaty between Italy ann 'tur
key provide that the Sultan a'. all la
ur a decree proclaiming the autonomy
Of the Trlpolltan prnvlce of Libya,
and that after this haa been done the
Italian liovernment ahall laaue a de
cree eatabllahlng Iu Libya a ayatem
of Government baaad on Italian aov
arelgnty. The Turklh Oovernment la to grant
an nmnenly to the population of the
lgland In the Aegean Sea who re
volted during tha war ugaluat Tur
ItoldW. Oct. 16. The Italian rreaa
to-day la elated over the algnature ot
p.ui with Turkey at Uuehy and haila
It generally a the erownlng of Itullan
Tlctorlca on the battlefield In Tripoli
The newpaper declare that Turkey
eaded only after Italy bad sent her
ultimatum fixing a limit of time for
the negotiation, and they an;, that the
peace treaty prove In accord with
and completely aafeguard Itallun
right and dignity. They conclude
that the general aatlractlnn of Italy
la uaMired at the gcMlatUOfl of a voet
African colony, which can be elly
dafended, ua It lie un the Medlter-ranaan
KOKIA, Oct. 1. Uulgarla'a derlar-
Mton of war ng.il nat Tin key waa pub
llaii.d here thl afternoon.
A na.v.O'tn Mintntf
Atnli. Ton H. r.
t,,.,i r.Niit ....
Bait, ai iihlo
H'hlvn lUe Trin. . .
cii i. MB S ax.ivrf
l'il. Kuel Iron. ,
IMS iL I '
A on Patimlay a battalion of aaalMi'
layer tormivi the entrance to the plc
ture'tie oourse, but aa at the opening,
mot of them were gently but firmly
turned nwny and lnforn:d of the leav
ing time of the next train back to Man
hattan A few got
Judg, aald Van lluren to Magi.- I I , " h ' ' " , " ' ' '-" Proven
2 . .land that there La now not the allirhtest
doubt that New York want racing even
without bo .kmaklng.
then he ttld: 'I've got Juat the woman
you want. She' great. Not too young,
you know, nut far enough along In
yeara to have good aenae. Several have
tried to win her and havo failed. Now
you see what you can do. I've taken a
fancy to you and I'd like to aee you
"Well, I tried, and I got her. Oh Lord,
Judge; 1 got her. And there alio la.
Look at her."
The magistrate glanced at Mr. Van
lluren, who bad admitted her age to ha
"over fifty" and whose hair gal
streaked with gray a large and capable
"We were married Aug. 11 of thli
year, Judge," Van Huren went on. "I
gpaal MO for it ring and gave It to hnr,
and I look her to apend the honeymoon
at Uberty, N. V. It waen't any honey
moon at all. I found I had married an
I. e ierg aurrounded by a picket fence.
When 1 tried tu It's her she slapped
ma und uld: 'Don't be f.Killah, Van
"Well, we came back to New York
and 1 waa Htlll game. 1 got tha Hat
and gate her M to furnish It. We
might iih well have been living In dif
ferent Mtatea. Her room wua In the
front of the houn and mine In the
extreme rear. Hhf wouldn't even take
her mcala with me. Finally wo aepa
rated. Thai waa two week ago. Now
he won't let ma take tha furniture
uway, nr even my clotbea."
'These m irrlage broker affalra ar
had," said the Magistrate, "Thuy
dom turn out happily. There mint be
some love to inuke it iiiarrlugu aucceaa
ful." "Love, Judge?" cried Mr. Van llu
ren, who waa Mrs. Inu Ilurrow when
her present bunliand met her. "Why
lie thought I was a cook. I married
Mm to be hi:; housekeeper and com.
panlon not hi aweethanrl or hla net
vaiit. I'm not a rook."
"I'll have to refer you to the civil
coutta," said Magistrate Kreachl.
Van lluren waited u aulluble time
after his wife bad left the court
mom. Then he lifted hi right arm
"Never aaln! I'm going West In
the morning'." and went on hla lonely
by. but any opera
tion they carried on were conducted o
deecreetly a to be practically Invlilble.
Intereat to-day centered largely In
the advent of Averlll N. Ilarrlman, eon
of the late railroad king, Into the racing
field. He w.ia represented In the race
for galloway by I'am. a daughter of
the gient Afrl. ander, first three-venr-old
winner of the Clanelc Suburban.
Iliirrlman'a entry to the aport wna
quite aui'plcloun, Pam, flnlahlng aeoond.
beating ;hu favorite, Jack Cade, for the
place. The summaries: Flint race
Th' floogar Red Oalloway championship
Piute; five furlonga on the flat; won hy
Rcyhourii, UK (H. Tucker), won; lam.
UK (J. Tucker), second; Jack Cade, 135
(F. Alpera), third. l'etlla, Chcvlatix,
Molllf Olbaon, Klnderhouk, Cricket, But
ton als.. ran. Nuggett left at the
pot. Tim 1.04 1-5.
OaND RACK The Tryon Hall
Plate Army Ateeilechase Handicap;
about two and a half mile; won hy
Knight of Elway. Vm (Lieut. J, H.
Dickey), St. Angela, lffl (Lieut. K H
Jotin tlretile), ser.ui.i; Zagg Fell. Onlv
three starters. Time I, a M.
STORM HITS TEXAS COAST.
DALLAA Tex., Oct. l.-nepotis
reached here to-day of a savors storm
on the Texas co.tat between Corfu
Chrlatl and nrownsvllle. a stretca of
about 1M mllr. The wind at llrowna
vdlle was reported blowing (X) miles an
hoiir. The Storm at noon aeemed to he
working straight Inland. The roast
line gtfai ;. .i i sparaaly sattlsd.
HOUSTON, Tex, Oct Ig-ltepnrts
rlrculated bete tell of big storm dama.e
at Browngvltla. mi afforlg to reach
that point had fall.il up to noon.
The local Weather Iluraau to-day re
ceived the following special from Wash
ington: 'ontlnui'd nnrthunst alorm waning
lift A. M. tlalveston section. Storms of
locreaalng Intensity moving Inland on
the South Texas . oast Hlg'i winds ur
gales snd high tides are Indlca ed for
to-day and to-n'g'it. Hurtiogna wane
Ing.i dlst.lay.-d from r-.rt Lavaca to
Brownavlllo lines last niuht.
CANDIDATE'S FINE STANDS.
Edward Taanatibaum, It. publloan can
ll.late for the Slate Hvtiate In the
Twelfth Senatorial District, appealed to
Judge Swann, In C.etiernl Sessions to
lay, to have a line of 1. Imposed by
Magistrate Kortlaclian In thu .Mgnt
Court on Wept, i". remitted
It was not that be egrgd about the
I.., Tunnenlsium eXpla'.n.'d. but tie
wanted the Jueilflratton of the re-
mlttaxios an.l the DOTuisquapt reatorattoa
of his good name.
Tiinnenlutum was fined. a( or.lltig to
his story, on a charge ot violating the
nr.lluan.'e against ticket sprvulaLIng
ffense connlsled In havLng sold
two I tickets
for fl a pie e
them at such
the failure of
hud no use for them
Judge Swunu dee',
legally t orrei t.
to the W Inter Uarden
lie sal.l he had
loan, berause, through
t friend to appear, he
d the flue
When wulkin the greater itnin ia n
th' hall of the foot.
Blyn I'lan Nature Shoos permit the
five toes to IB read us they .should to re
lieve the strain.
Blyn l'lun Nature Shoe; fit snugly at
arch to prevent weak ankles.
No bunions no malformations -no
distortion- nre possible to wearers of I In
correctly fitted Illvn Plan Nature Shoes.
Tan Big Fall Stock Prices exactly the tune at
all Blyn Store Competent taletiren to fit your
(get with the particular atyle you wish at exactly
the price you wish to pay.
Tan Big Best Family Stores F.asy to Reach
fc!T hint, sto hi
Mad Order l ui
M. Nor, 4
fnter. Mrt, pf....
Kan. Cttv SonU
I. .ur'. Valley
M. Kan. Tti.
N. V. Cent
Ontario g Wrtt..
It., a laland of
s,ttJwm I'..- i'i
t'nli.ii I'.. '
C. H. Wrel
0 H, (Heel pf....
West. V. A If...
West. Pa, Tsl.
Ad v a nre
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Airship Men to lilne.
A dinner will he given at the Hotel
Aator to-night by Col. T). C. Colllur,
President of the Aero Club of Santi
ago, In honor of Admiral Carsahlo,
President of tha Aaro Club of Bras'.!.
Th latter Is her as a delegate of the
International Chambers of Commerce
from llraall. Peveril other prominent
nrjalllana are expeeted and It Is be
lieved that matters of large Importan eg
In an aeronautic sense will be con-sldered.
Invite inspection of unusually large assortments of
In entirely new and exclusive designs, including many pieces very
Appropriate for Wedding Gifts.
Bon Bon Dishes, from
2.95 to 6.59
6.50 " 25.50
Sandwich Trays, " 10.50 " 29.50
Cheese and Cracker Dishes, M 13.95 " 22.00
Salad and Fruit Bowls, " 15.00 " 35.00
Also Imported Novelties in
Fruit Baskets, from 6.95 to 12.95
Flower Holders, from 7.75 to 13.25
Cordial Sets, from 10.00 to 33.00
Coffee Sets, from 15. 50 to 33.50
Relish Dishes, from 18.00 to 32.50
Attention is directed to a most desirable collection of
Including a late shipment of English and French Garments, Rubber
ized and Storm Proofed, ot Two toned and Mottled Velveteens,
' Velvet Corduroy, Whitney Blankets, Zamberine and Harris
Tweeds, Cashmere, Crepe de Ghine and Satin Cloths,
all of which have been marked at Very Moderate Prices.
Also for To-morrow, the following Special Values:
of Rubberized Canton Cloth,
Cashmere and Satin at M.50, 6.75, 8.50, 13.75
of Double-texture Cashmere and
Crepe de Chine, English mak , at 15.50, 21.50
Storni-proot Imported Cravenettes.superiorquality 16.50, 19.75
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i-g ar. lutti it. .Jf'flfMsn rXntm a .. ,H at
in a. iJth hi. stY?l r ?Sri4yM 4V i
b .... in i. a tut h mic. pSjltMill itBlTJBWm,!!L'" i
ia.. iinirr tivui.. .1,1 .. llric- fur I elaliwne r t'hlldr.
"fee. I . Kei. Parker WarinXi Vatst7. VnS.m!
Kia.-K anine irii'i, I
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alllrVg sail. Hta. I
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To-morrow, an Extraordinary Offering of Women's
Hioiase Gowns and Negligees
of Plorentlne Silk, at 3.45
nt Figured Blankets and Eiderdown, " 3.00
of Outing Elannel, " 1.75
of Plain and Figured CreX)n, " 1.38
Imported House Gowns,
Albatross, with hand embroidered lingerie collars and cutf 5.05
Elannel, with deep satin band trimming,
plain and embroidered, in all pastel colors, at 7.50
Cashmere, trimmed with striped silk and lace collar, " 9.75
Crepe de Chine, with boudoir cap, in two models u 13.50
Japanese Quilted Silk Robes,
Superior quality, In all (Plain, at 6.75
desirable color combinations. "(Embroidered, 9.50
West 23d and 22a Streets,
Whltl Deer "Goes Up" for Thirty
Days, After Accosting Paleface
Maiden on Street.
White Deer, the son of Alec-Hlt-by-the-rirewater,
a well-known and re
epei ti'd citizen of the R.asehud Agency,
waa In the .lefferaon Market Court lo
duy. The complainant waa Josephine
( wnnlngliKm. who averred that at
Spring nnd tlreenwl. h afreets at l.0
o'rloek In the morning White Iieer had
amiKht to make love to her.
A hunting knife with a deer's hoof
on the handle a most wicked, lethal
looking knife had heen found under
White I leer's flannel i hunting ahlrt
when h was aearched In the police
Hliitlon. That lauae.l an additional
charge of violating the ftulllvan law
to be rhalked down opposite White
I leer's nnme.
White I leer has Inr.g hair, but he Is
short on conversation. He confined Mt
anKWera to th Court's Inquiries to
altnple declarative such a "Huh!" and
"New. He 6M a':.,!t In a remarkable
bust of oratorical aplen.'or, that maybe
he had been leaning tip against too
much happy water, before be tried to
make 1 lie acquaintance of Miss Cun
Dlnghaeja, The knlta, he said, he used
In a moving picture atudlo.
White Iieer worlts In a moving picture
studio at nights and a plumber's shop
by day. But he will not lm regular in
hla attendance to duly for some rime
to come. Magistral.- Harlow gave blm
thirty days for disorderly conduct and
held him besides for the Grand Jury,
to consider as a violator of the law
against concealed weapons.
MARSHALL WILL CONTINUE
SPEAKING TOUR TO PACIFIC.
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd., Oct. - It. "I
would gladly forego my long, arduous
spfitklng tour to the ruclflc cogat, not
only out of deference to Col. Roose
velt, but also for my own convenience
and comfort," said Oov. Thomas It
Marshall, lit tnocratlc Vlce-Preslden-tlal
candidate, to-day, when he had
read the d.-clalon of Oov. Wilson to
cancel some of his speaking dates un
til the recovery of the former Pres
ident. "Hut I am under the orders of the
National Committee," continued tha
(iovt-rnor, "and unless I am further
Instructed 1 shall depart to-night for
Chicago to begin my trip."
The first speech of iov. Marshall's
Western tour will be made to-morrow
at LiuSalle, III. His Itinerary will take
him to Han Kroneleeo.
orratlr Natlr.nsl HesdquarterK thla
afternoon that Oov. Marahall's trip to
the Pacific Coast would not be Interrupted.
How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, III.,
Escaped the Sur- .
Announcement was made at Dem-
Peoria. IU. "I wish to let every one
know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
baa done for me.
For two yean I suf
fered. The doctor
said I had a tumor
and the only
remedy wag the
My mother bought
me Lydia K. Pink
Compound, and to
day I am a well and
healthy woman. For months 1 suffered
from inflammation, and your Sanative
Wash relieved me. I am glad to tell
any one what your medicines have done
for me. You can uae my testimonial in
any way you wish, and I will be glad
to answer letters." Mrs. CHRISTINA
RUED, 105 Mound St., Peoria. IU.
Mra. Lynch Alao Avoided
Jesaup, P. "After the birth of my
fourth child. I had severe organic inflam
mation. I would have such lerrible pains
that it did not seem as though I could
stand it. This kept up for three long
months, until two doctors derided that
an operation was needed.
"Then one of my friends recommended
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and after taking it for two months
I was a well woman." Mrs. JOSEPH A.
LYNCH, Jessup, Pa.
Women who suffer from female ills
should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, one of the most suc
cessful remedies the world has ever
known, before submitting to a surgical
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK MONDAY WONDERS
STORE FOR WOMEN
Everything for Women to Wear
and for Personal Use
In a atore devoted excluaively to women with special features
and innovations that make their appeal to women who want
less jostliiag and more comfort and privacy in their shopping.
of Chiffon Broadcloth .45.00
The gown is designed with a pretty new vest effect,
crushed velvet belt and sash, button front, side plaited or
draped skirt. Coat has embroidered Persian collar and cuffs,
fastened by a tassel at neck. In the new elderberry shade,
taupe, seal brown and black. A suit for which a custom tailor
would charge $125.00.
wudium-mauc irimiiicu CO
Hi-ess Hats. True Value 7.50. Uat)U
About 300 to select from, no two alike. The delay of our
opening, for which we prepared an usually large assortment
of hats, compels us to reduce our stock, therefore prices are
reduced right in the very height of the season.
Colored Plush Hats. . . . 1.45
Smart hood and sailor effects in taupe, brown, navy
blue, black and red. Hats that are actually worth $2.50.
Extraordinary Sale of Women's Shoes
These are the usual 5.00 grades.
All absolutely new and perfect, as O 5
this store is only a week old.
27 Styles to Choose From.
In 16 and 18 Button Height
Black Suede Black White Nubuck
Tan Russia Calfskin Patent Coltskin
In button or lace styles tip or plain toes.
Your style is surely here, take advantage of this
opening value at
10 to S Mornlags: 2 la B Afternoons.
' 'Bienjolie" Corsets
In the private boudoir of
the negligee floor.
"Bien Jolie" Corsets range
in price from $3.50 to $20
To Mark This Occasion
Sale of Gloves
1 - Clasp Cape Tan
1 row embroidery, English thumb
1 - Clasp Washable
2- Clasp Kid Gloves
All colors, overgeamt, heavy
black embroidery backs.
STORE FOR WOMEN
31st Street at Sixth Avenue
(Ono Short Block from Gimbals) 1
FOR TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), A SALE OF
WOMEN'S SILK & COTTON UNDERWEAR
OF SEASONABLE WEIGHTS AT SPECIAL PRICES
COMBINATION SUITS OF RIBBED COTTON. WITH OR WITHOUT
SHORT SLEEVES I I 1 I I AT 50
VESTS OF ITALIAN SILK. EMBROIDERED ! AT $225
ALSO SKIRTS OF ALBATROSS OR FLANNEL; WITH EMBROID.
ERED RUFFLE . . 2 I S I AT $1.65
ALSO 10,000 YARDS OF RIBBON
AT THE VERY SPECIAL PRICE OF I C PER YARD
THE OFFERING CONSISTS OF SATIN TAFFETA AND MOIRE
RIBBONS 64 INCHES WIDE. IN VARIOUS COLORS, SUITABLE
FOR SASHES. CHILDREN'S WEAR AND TABLE DECORATIONS t
ALSO IN BLACK AND WHITE.
J'BETALPH" GUARANTEED SILK HOSIERY
IN BLACK AND THE NEW SHADES FOR AUTUMN
AND WINTER IS BEING SHOWN IN THE REGULAR
STOCK AT THE FOLLOWING MODERATE PRICES:
MEN'S SILK HOSIERY IN BLACK OR COLORS $1.75 PAIR
WOMEN'S SILK HOSIERY IN BLACK $1 .75 & 2.50 PAIR
WOMEN'S SILK HOSIERY IN WHITE OR COLORS 2.00 PAIR
WOMEN'S EXTRA SIZE SILK HOSIERY. IN BLACK 2.50 PAIR
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HAVE IN THEIR REGULAR STOCK
WOMEN'S DOMESTIC UNDERWEAR
AT POPULAR PRICES. AS FOLLOWS:
NIGHTROBES OF NAINSOOK. CAMBRIC. MUSLIN Ar,D
OUTINC FLANNEL .
chemises : : ;
at 95c. TO $1.45
at 75c. to J .25
at $1.50 to 2.75
at 55c. to 85c.
at 68c. to 1.00
OF OUTING FLANNEL , . AT $1.45 & 2.25
OF EIDERDOWN . ! '
at 1.90 to 2.90
ALSO COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS. AT MODERATE PRICES.
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
INCLUDING IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC NIGHT GOWNS.
COMBINATION GARMENTS. DRAWERS. CORSET COVERS.
SKIRTS. NEGLIGEES. DRESSING SACQUES. ETC
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