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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1912.
'."Better Goods for the Same Money
C o a 1 1 i Women's Druses
For details of above Kales please see
our advertisement in today's Journal.
(MAIN Building, Fimt Floor.)
! Values to $29. SO;
91 o Tir tin r
Meet Me xt the Fountain
Me Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"'.
A City in Itself
GREENHUISiliEL COOPER G.
l . B .GREENHUT. Pros.
10 to 19 StrU
That Cannot Be Duplicated
Elsewhere for $10 to H2,
Here, Tomorrow, at . . .
Take It for granted that WE, who are cloc obMTVtrti KNOV' v. hat is offered
In ALL the millinery stores specialty or otherwise and ConMQUMtly our valua
tions are conservative and strictly in accordance with the truth.
A $5 hill NEVER bmght more millinery value- and here arc sonic other
tw.t hj. . Hn i. ..i. I l.ufrli'h- I rifi.tu. il 1 ' c II Ml i nun
Trimmed Hata that cannot be duplicated
elsewhere for less than $15 $17 frf.
and $18; here, at I.OU
Smart Street Hata usually sold $ r
at $25 here, tomorrow, at... 19
ONtrich-Trimmctl Hats that cannot be
duplicated c' sew here for less $
than here, at
Model Hat ihil originally broiiRlit SOf?
$-15 and $S0, at iO
More Specials in U ntrimmed and Ready -to-Wear Hats
Additional good n ews from our timely and most successful sale.
$3.J and . 85 Genuine Velour I $2 5 Silk Velvet or Krect-Pile Plush
Dress Shapes - black, C Qf Tarns the new modes; soft and
taupe, navy and brown; at altfO stiff brims: all soft S-a tf
taupe, navy and brown ; at iu.Oir
$3..' Ready-to-WearTnm o'Sh.'inters
of erect-pile silk plush with tan
crown, coronet brim, trimmed with
tailored bow of Flcot edged rib
bon; similar style, of silk vel
vet, and trimmed with a new
fancy goat-hair aigrette. Two
new silk velvet tarns, with a new
four-cornered brim, trimmed with
tailored bow of black ros-grain silk
ribbon; also c. style having bands
of black gros-grain ribbon, trim
med across the top; still another
tarn with stiff brim, two wings and
velvet on edge of brim; and a
soft tarn, finished with So fjV
fur head ; at m.DU
$1.95 Reversible Plush and Shepherd
riaid Cloth Hats for misses and
children ; made of erect-pile plush
on one side and shepherd cloth on
the reverse side; trimmed with
smart Tyrolean feather, placed in
a novel feather pocket ; in navy, red,
black, brown, taupe and np
i plush; at JC
95c "Hanky Panky" Hats for
green plush; at
misses and children; very stylish
hats of corduroy in red, brown,
light blue, castor, white, black
and taupe, or made of plaid cloth;
all trimmed with smart nf
Tyrolean feathers; at OtC
$3.95 lilac k Silk Velvet Dress Shuues with Plush Edge bound with$
erect-pile plush or wide silk velvet; excellent shapes; at. .
Ostrich Plumes and Fancy
A Sample. Line of Fancy QQ
Feathers- Values to $1.25, at OVL
$1.50 French Curled Plunu-h
I6and 17 inches
$2.95 Black Ostrich Plumes
15 inches long ,$
wide flues I ."
$3.95 Mark Ostrich Plumes
full broad head ; hard
$4.K.r. Black OaMeh Plumes
- full bread head; prime
I5.M Black OaMeh 1'lumos
- 17 and IK inches long;
wide flues ;primc$y op
stock; at 4t.OO
J6.K.1 Black Ostrich I'lumes
- very wide full slock;
broad flues, (jrpj
g, first floor )
And Now Hand-Made
Black Silk Velvet
Prices $1.95 to $2.!).r
The Millinery Sen
sation of the Season
at The Big Snre, To
morrow. This eclipses nil pre
vious value-giving 1e
monstrations for 1912.
You know, and every
body else knows, that
Tarn o' Shanter hais
are ihe "go" now. Everybody's wearing them,
and manufacturers are finding it difficult to fill
orders for goods at regular prices.
In spile of this demand, we rnnouncc, for to
morrow, a special sole of these hats in most
practical shapes, of black silk velvet, of an ex
cellent quality, wnn soft tarn crowns
and stiff brims, at
NOTE - When these hats were
priced here at $1.95. other stores had
them marked $2.4H and $2.95.
What will they do NOW? AM of
these Hats are fresh and perfect
in the store less than 24 hours. Dome,
tomorrow, and EAKLY, please.
Values o $"fl OP
We placed a contract for these goods when umbrella makers were glad to get the business.
The price concessions we obtained are reflected in the bargains offered in this sale.
Umbrellas for every occasion styles to suit every taste. It goes without saying that
every umbrella is in perfect condition.
THE VARIETY OF HANDLES is comprehensive, embracing the newest examples of
the handle-maker's art in staples and, novelties, including effects in pearl, gilt, silver and wood.
AtQp American taffeta covtrings; for men and At $"1 QK -Umbrellas for men and for women ; union
UtJC for women; all fitted with cases and tassels, J..OO taffeta coverings, cases and tassels; ex-
and a large variety of staple and novelty handles. tensive assortment of choice handles.
At $1 QPJ Fine union silk umbrellas fitted with silk cases and tassels, for men and for women; dainty sterling
A.tO mounted handles, also hand-carved mission, polished horn and ebonine; also extra grade all-silk twill
umbrellas, fitted with selected hardwood handles.
(MAIN Building, Main Floor.)
"All for the Babies"
We Have Just Purchased a Well-Known Manufacturer's
Entire Sample and Surplus Lines of
Hundreds upon hundreds
of dainty dresses and slips,
in sizes for infants in arms
to 4-ycar-olds. All the gar
ments are new, perfect and
of excellent materials. The
sewing and trimmings will
delight every mother.
25c Dresses and 1 t)l
Slips, at ItdZC
59r Dresses and Cf
Slips, at ai.e1"
98c Dresses and r?t
Slips, at DUc
$2 Dresses and i
$3 Dresses und $
$5 Dresses and S
COME EARLY. Take
our advice and BUY I 115
E RALLY, for such bargains
as these do not precnt
themselves more than once
a year. (main Building. Sauad floor.)
GREEN Hi T BUILDING
For Library and Living Room
Them are special prices throughout our entire stock, but we have space
here to mention only a few of the values we are offering during this sale
j a m 1 a-rirre rumetl oak Mute
frj im i 1 1 1 1 1 , r t r t rmi is7ffi
iTTTTTTTi i nrV'i 1 1 1 1 1 n t , r ; m riT n: vn rrrnTTT
regular price $75
Armchairs and Rockers
of Davenport, large armchair and
arm rocker , massive 3 1 rlnih square
posts, the chairs are 32 inches wide
and 79 inches deep; the settee it
feet long and .10 inches deep; seats
lilted with I.,, vo cushions covered
with genuine Spanish leather; ICCT
Prwi Pi tea
Parly I nclish Rocker $4 50 3.76
Early English lO'iker 5.(10 4.00
lunied Oak Rocker , K 1)0 tt.1t
' umed Oak Rocker t.M S.7S
I umed Oak Re Iter . 14.00 1.04
turned Oak Armchair I'M) Ml.fiO
B I umed I ak Rocker
Frke Price t
$12.50 $10.50 Fumed Oak Armchair
Ik ArmchaN 1 7.50 . 12.50 Pinned tiak Armchair
uk Aiinchair 18.00 14.50 Fumed Oak Armchair
lish Arn. chair 24.00 14.50 I umed Oak Rocker
lk Rocker 24.50 15.00 Fumed Oak Rocker.
lish Armchair uon 19.501
Filmed Oak Settee
1 umed Oak Setice
Fumed Oak Seine
Fumed Oak Settee
. 15 0(1
Davenports and Settees
I6.S0 Early English Settee $l 00 $1.1.(10 Early English Oavenporl$40 00
7.00 I im td ( 'uk Settee . 28.00 17.00 Fumed Oak Davenport 40.00
10.(10 I nily English DaVtflBOM .'0 00 21.60 Early English Davenport 44.00
11.00 Eirl) Engliah Settee 11.00 rs.OO Early English Davenport 103.00
IGRbkNHUT BalMiaa, ttfrt flear.l
24-Piece Initialed (.lass fl q
Service, (omplote . . fA.Ua7
Made of line thin-blown crystal, hand-en
graved with your initial. Set includes:
f? Tublv Tumblers
(t Seltzer Tumblers
C, Whisky Tumblers
J 6 Wine GltUttt
I Pleata nMfl that we can
I not III' mail i r('.. ) D orders
at this special price.
li.KI 1 NIIIU llui.Jm. Main Hour.)
Another Sale of
Fine Willon and Axminster Ruirs
Many reproduCllona of handlOfM Oriental designs, as
well us new all-oer and solid color cffccis.
,ace Curtains & Upholsteries
All this season's goods fresh from the looms under-
price for tomorrow.
Marie Aittoim-ttn I.nre Curtains in new floral de
values $3.50 to $5
Ituffled Kenuisunre Itecl
Sets niounied on heavy
quality net, va'ues J5.50,
$(i 50 and $7.50; at
13.95, $4.75 & $5.50
Irish Point I. are Curtains--handsome
wide lace bor
ders; vafllM $5.50 and
$1.25 & $(i.25
REKNKUT Builjmi. 1 lf1 Floor.)
$2.25 and $3.75
Merreriaed Armure Per
tieres with rlcli tapes
try borders; values $5.50
and $8.50; pair
$4.50 & $5.50
Tapestry t orch Cover
values $2.25 to $6.25 . at
$1.50 & $3.75
. 24 50
. . 22.50
Rag Price Sole Ml
W ilton lings
Mill llulltling. I ii si PI OOf
and Shade, for
The holde is of brilliant Co'on al
crystal, wiih dainty Parisian shades
trimmed with chenille and rosette
several colors, complete Wlln
tit le price
IOM1NHUT Building. Main Floor.)
Heavy Woolen Horse Blankets especially for outdoor
strong cotton warp; size 90x96; weight 9'2 lbs
desirable for both city and country use ; tomorrow
We offer one of the greatest assortments of horse blankets
for stable and street use; storm-covers, wagon-aprons, breast
aprons, quarter blankets as well as "Everything for the Horse"
that con be found in the city. (main uiiding, second pioer.)
Standard Grade Priced in a Way to Attract Every Horse Owner or
Driver Who Would Obtain Fully H to V.t Savings from Regular Prices
For the Dog
Standard styles and weights in blankets
and sweaters at positively the lowest price
to be found anywhere in New York or vicinity
Included, tomorrow, arc:
Dog lllanketa J Dot! Sweaters
specially $ rtf? rjfT specially
priced at . I i" afia I J priced al
98c ,o 2.50
Women's $6 to
'13.75 Skirts, at
A one-day dispersal of a well-known
manufacturer! entire sample and
showroom lines of high-claSfl skirts
for women and misses.
The manufaeturtf involved has a
nation-wide reputation for the styles
he produces eacn season.
Newest Fall and Winter Styles
Remarkably smait plaited and gored effects, .villi Empire or tailored
belts. The wonderful assortment includes:
Velvet Corduroy Skirts in Black, Xary and II r own
Imported Voile Skirls in Black Only
Scotch Tweed Skirts, dray and Brown Mixtures
Mannish Mixture Skirts in dray Only
Herringbone Serge Skirts in Mat y and Black
It makes no difference whui kind of a skirt y u need, you'll find exactly
what you want in this sale.
There are skirts for business and dress w ear, and, best o? all, there are
ALL SIZES FOR WOMEN AND MISSIS. Every waist-measure from
22 to .?. All lengths from .?5 to 42.
Women's and Misses' '6 to i:5.75 $q QpT
Skirts, Tomorrow, at .... OmVO
l V1MN Bui d.n;t, I ml Floor.)
Values $3 and $4 On Special
Sale, Tomorrow, at ... .
Brighten up your home with one of these pretty little songsters! They're
great company and you'll appreciate their companionship I Your youngsters
will enjoy them, tool
Other bargains in our ' onservatory, tomorrow:
ing pail) 3 for 15c
Fine Scotti and litis-
ton Ferns each Z 'OC
A Variety of Table
Ferns- -each .... OC
Hyacinths large bulbs; all 'Tulips large bulbs; all colors;
colors ;doz 5oC dot
Itird Cages, Aquariums, Canary and (;old-FUh Supplies, &r.
(D1AIH Building, Sixth plaef
MAIN BUILDING "
lnu nf kamararrtlu
Palms each ... 75C
Wines & Liquors
Sir Kolx rl liurnett &
Co.'h London Dry
and Old Tom Gins
Ciar of It bottlea, SS;
Y , 1. F. COCKTAILS all
Inda; niaJf of tha flRMl
lid liquors; 11,21 C)(.
BottlrJ and catt-J at Ilia
distiller) or Vie. Rogaa
& M iinet, Cognac,
Fran.-.; $1 ) 1
l ,n hottl. . . 1
Whisky No. 5
Regular Hci 93.78
geiion, reduced to U34
full quart hottle, reu.ir
prlre 1U ! OA
eign Extra stout
"Benedkt" bottling 1&
the hsi and moat aatia
fftOtOry because it ii al
wavH in perfect condition.
lijrrc! .)f docn oot
ilea, ipl 1.40; aold in
manv stores at J J a
herr, at. .... .
Harrei of 10 Joi. iptltt,
M '"S; fto!d in MfMV
Itorta at tl-&0 a Jo 1
plitS here, at I
ROYAL MONOGRAM WHIS
KY -14,15 itltofl, 3,74
rtultr viurt Qflp
mon riCBtuo ryf u.ai
Ifttlon, $994 . ! quart
bottle (Benedict Q
CI L B HOUSE v HiskY -M
(tlloi, 13.64 j 7f
'tK cjuar, bott.u.... I V
SUPBRlOi B B. Kl iMMIil
(MAIN Bulluir.g.ThirJ Floor.)
PONT, SHtRHV. ANCELICA
By the Oallon.
Reduttd from Ji.SO loj
Reduced from 2.00 to
Reduced from 1.511 to
Rtduetd from M to
Reduced from 1.00 to
Reduced from I.U lo$1 '(4
Reduced front I.BOtO I 24
Heduced from I.JRlO 110
Reduced r roll, ,aa to
Re Juced from I.I') to
The Best Groceries at the Lowest Prices
A sentence that tells the whole story of our success in AMI RICA'S BEST (.KOCLKY
If you can't come here in person, WRITfc, or TELEPHONh CHE1.SKA 4000.
5. it S. fancv, blffe Rnde, aut;i" cured,
amoked hanm; sold everywhere 1 W
at 21c; special, thia e, lb. .
Mild inggP'Ottrtdi lean plagaa 1Q(
.MIXED TEAS, green It la c.r H,.k l,U
5-lb. cadJ,, $I..S; .1 lb.. Ill )..
SAMPLE TEAS mi-ed to ,i-d-r .,
44 Iba., l; ib '
HIOH-OltADI TEA:, Kormoai Ooloag.
Baallah Bn',hrat. nur Cgylon 01 n 1 J
tea; S ib. caddy, 2 7S;
FRENCH OlIVE OIL Herm.iaga branj
imported in healed egaai $1 Hi
gallon can, M.M tyj-g!toa taa, 1 '
I'URF BRE KF VST COCOA Fountiin
quality; his a delicious cnoc'j.ate 1
flavor; J la.
.1 ; 'a lh.
Daly's Old Irish
Imported diract from tia
dlittlltry in Tuhamorp,
Kinga (Jounty, Ireland;
extra apecial for QU
fhie .ale, bottle. . fn
CUBA M OF MAI T -
up and atrenfihcna ;
. CM I
bottlw, reg. price $1 f4
$1 50; reduced to 1
BABBITT'S Bl.ST SOAI1
box, uk) bar. 10 bi-i
KM BE -One rtgullF 5. ptcktgt 17 7i
U'aathini I'nwder with rur.Sae of 10
bari o- mo'e Bftbbltt'l Dfll s"-p
SOUVENIR ,YVIN(.S BNK I K'.K
to all purjhfh.nx anv ol BaoMtt a I'rjd
SWIFT'S BORAX 50
box, UK) bara, 3.Ut
in rt. 5c bara
PftBB - One rei(ii f 5v- hil 1
villi puehftM of t " o
CtkM FAIRY ROAP
I can '(j I Y PRIM CI EANSER
FREE 3 reci;..tr .k packegta ... J
Utl Vuhlfil R.Ader . r H a purc-hiute
of this tpe.ial.
BEST XXMX PATENT FLOUR -
HM.. ' hhl , Vn-bbl.
li i rgc .
W'i clesn fih free of
IRISH SKI .MON STEAKS . . lib
I'RESH H Kl UU'T STEAKS. I
Loaa Brji.ii Uutfiaa,,.
Honion coiflah steal.,. .. (lb..
1 oivg 1 .land eels (
Bo. ton mackerel........
Loaf i'.ran.h wtalifisb
l ong Brin.h sis beaa.
1 ong Hnncii I'utterfiah
Ntwpart liaddo.k I Ib. . .
I oaf Bra noil floundara. . l
I REMM.Y OPENED OY.sTERS
meat- no wjter, quart iar, SO;
,1 ASK A 1MNK SALMON -
do., . lit I lb. tall can
0UNTA1N TOMATO CATSUP
t buttlet, 1 1. 01 " .: vKlMOH b title,
DR KKI i POUND CAKEs
nch, J 1 . 10; 1 Iba
DRAKE'S COCOANUT MAC
CI EN MORE TOMATOES cr,!,d packed, red
ripe lomglotat do,., il i. il, I j..
lare call I lk
jei.KE'1 l'.F-sr BUTTERINB Jib. pack
It, ?l Ii; 2-lb. print, 49, ).",..
11 i .Uliver pa.kilte. in.l prints.
C l IPORNIA SEEDED raisins
4.1 . 14; natkagt
LARGE PRUNES, -
CALIFORNIA YBlXOW PEACHES
I I I Mil V roi.i Lit DATMBAI
in lha., .Hc; I ll
I AS. Y PEA BEANS 10 lbs,, 5Bc
CRANUI rp.li CORNME AL
IO lha., 29c; S Iba
Va roiil ' t'.ir coffee. Com, anJee,
rha c.ffgt roister in dsii- ft.arttloa.
v s PEA BERRY COI I EL I.,
II IUSBHOI li H! I NI) COFPBE
I Ibl.. Sll Ib
I kVORITE 111 END COI ILL 'Q
lha., l ; Ib
PURE GRAHAM fioi r
'. bkl rae. Bi in Ik kaa
i OARSE ENURE WHBA r PLOUH
'-. bkl. -baa. tali in b xti
Bl S r RCt.KNx HEA1 i ! 1 u i
bag. l. 0 Ml ib. rag
I KM.Y RYI I LOUR
hhl bag, Btei 10-lh. bag...
FANCY PASTRY FLOUR
hsj hae, 7tc: 7 ib. far
PREMIUM 1 1 our Poaatiln
9af fin' pitenf; bb' , fit JC
i. hhl . it .1 . '. hb' birf.. .
Our Own Baking
In our "Oaylight" Bakery we nuke
: lOtti cakes, p.try, pie,, b'ejj snj
II 111 I RL'TTI I A Y I R CKES J
FRESH POUNt) CAKBS rsi n, lady,
in ..- itiarbl,; hilt ,ak, M. ,,
IIIREKl AVER (. U f S -bo .a.
atg c. eoeoiaut r caramel; M("
MERRY B'IDOW liUND CAR I I '.,.
lack, V . k,
I MAIN Bui d.ng, rhll I 1 1
Fruits and Vegetable!
NEW SHEET POTATOES, blood bee'.,
fallow turnips, afblla turnips, susr
parm pa, wsshed carrot'., red on. on..
J .QUIft bicact mtw
I NCY LiRBBNINO APPLES, Bildata
apple or Pound SwtfflSJ
S qus-t baake' OaSV
I kRCE KIM . APPI I s or M 'IK,.
arples: quart ba.kir 1,1
N i ... inn. ONIONS ..
I auan ba.-t
NE'k WHITE POTATOES 2 bush
big, l 'II. bUMtl, M - .
peck. II II,. ,
HII'E. JUK.Y PINEAPPI ES
do. . 90: ea. h
NEW f.l'INl l.s lor i, I. i
'. 't it art ba.ksl
LAM Y JUNK I" AS I u,ir..n
fenjer, iwetl Bttai d" , 1 ''4;
We deliier ail paid ind miri;eJ u
I HK KF Ns fre.h killtd, )
CHICKBNk fresh k lled; f"-
LAfSa bind qua'trra ' I cil
LAMB full rore augrttn of c i,
d d. is
MU f I ON li.nd Blltrliri uf ClB'
idi siocki ih
MUTTON sbort f ire murtsrs of
c inada sto. k j lb ....
ROAST Bi l l .iio .e -ula of r.b,,
TOP KOUNO fol rojM.ng; solid
IAUSA0R frek i ude. countr,
style pork: Ik ,,,,
Hito.l LRS I nth V .led. dry
MAIN III 1 1. Dl t.
Come and Hear
88-Note Player -Piano
A single demonstration will prove to you what a wonderful
Instrument ii is.
You must hear it, sec it. and operate it yourself to appre
ciate w hy it stand , alone mufchless unique in a class by
it i ii,
The Price Is Ihe Lowest Kver Quoted for So
l'inJi-( laaaan Instrument
The term! are the easiest ever offered. Bench, cover
and 12 rolls of music free.
The Caldwell Piano at $1
Is ihe Dettpair of Our Competitors AvJtaf
Come, see it; bring an expen with you if you wish -the
more kIoscIv you study the Caldwell the better you will like it.
Terms Down $1 a
O and A Week
Stool, cover und one year's tuning free.
WHATEVER You Mean to Pay lor a Piano, By All Means
SEE the Followini: BEFOBE Vou Decide:
The Garwood at 1215 I The l,udii; at $300 to $450
Ihe Kirchholt at $225 to $325 The Mt Phatl at $350 to $575
The Wolfner at $250
X-ttf f525 and '575
tasy .Terms if Vou Desire
We (.uii'pntee Ah.solute Satisfaction
MAIN Build n. Fourth Floor )
Wouble frC Green Trading Stamps With Purchases Before 12 o' Clock Single Stamps Thereafter
imh 'S s lioVPiNG ( I S THK 1