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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1019.
BRONX A COUNTY
THE PEOPLE DECIDE
BY 1 WO VOTES
Scramble Now Among Candi
dates for Offices for Elec
tion Next Year.
GOV. WILSON GETS 199.876 22
PLURALITY IN NEW YORK STATE OF 29 ELECTED
(Continued from Klrst Page)
Snrtrlental to running no a rroord
kreik!n Drmnrratle rot yesterday
Now Tork County divorced Itself from
nearly nftv square mHss of territory.
The residents of the Bronx voted t
cat loose from Manhattan and form
a otmnty government of their own
and hereafter the district nortri of
the Harlem River In Greater New
Tork will be known aa Bronx County
aa well aa Bronx Borough.
The project to form a separata county
of the Bronx passed by a majority of
lass to 10.000 In a total vote of aa.
proximately 17,00. By threatening that
rents end taxes would be raised by
the adoption of a county form of Oov
ernment the opposition rallied a bis"
vote, but the sentiment in favor of
breaking away from New Tork Oounty
and establishing a machinery of tlielr
own was overwhelmingly popular with
the Prasji people In general.
Active builder ana real eatata oper
ator led In advocacy of the measure
wtHch was bkterly opposed by owners
of Isrge tracts of unimproved real
Mate now prtictlcelljr 'seeping tax.
atton. The most determined opposition
was felt in ttie Kingsbrtdge and Hirer
There was no doubt aa to how the
vote would riima out after the Arat
returns were In. Three returns came
from the Thirty-fifth Assembly Urnriot
nght against the county bill. A sub
stantial majority was Indicated from
The lironx district has been a county
In law ever since last April when the
bill Introduced by Senator Stephen 8;il
wsll passed ths Legislature. This hill
was i eferrrd to the people yesterday
n a referendum propualtlon for adop
tion or rejection. The adoption of ths
bill makes ths lironx a county la fact,
hut the officers of Nsw Tork County
will hsvo Jurisdiction until Jan. 1, 1111.
Ths Htllweii bill provides for officers
of ths county with salarlas aggregating
117. ooo year. These office r will be
elected in the next general election In
November, 1111. It Is estimated that the
expenses of running ths county (or
salaries alone will run olose to faJO.Ooo.
Ths projectors of ths county scheme
figure thst ths sounty of the Bronx will
escape with a llttls less than ths share
the Bronx has been contributing every
jjpar toward Mis running expenses of ths
County of New York
Mow that the question Is settled and
Maw Tork City baa another oounty
within Its borders many of the Bronx
patriots who have bean active In push
ing the measure are beginning to lay
wires for nomination tor ths oounty
offices. Although the election Is a
year off there will be some fine poli
tics played every day from now until
ha oandldstps are selected.
Nran and Bull Moons candidates com
The Bronx County amendment, to de
termine whether or not the Hronx shall
bs a separate counly, was carried by a
majority of t.lKB.
The Presidential and
rote carried with it the rest of the
Democratic State tlokst Oljrnn for I.leu-tenant-Oovernor,
Carmody for Attorney.
General, May for Secretary at Stat",
Sohmer for Controller, Kennedy for
Plate Treasursr and iiensei for fltate
Rnglnenr. Glynn and May are the only
ones new to these offices.
The Congress delegation from this
State will stand thirty-two Democrats
Nrwbnrgh City, complete, gives Taf
MtT, Wilson 1.H14. and Itnosevelt H6.
The name districts gavs Tsft J.79S and
Troy gave Tsft B.IK. Wilson 7.J.V.. and
llnnsevelt on. also Hedges 6.061, Htilzer
6,661, snd Stin. i. 2,.m
In the Third District of Mount Visa.
nt township, which Is John D. rocke
feller's home district, Wilson rscelvod
1(17. Roosevelt 1.12, snd Taft M.
New lloohelle gave .WO plurality for
isswu-... Wilson. Wilson's total woe 2.0HO; Honse
OusVrnatoi lal I ... ,. . . , . .v. ...
veil, i r- m mil, tun isfsee rnir:
ntnto ticket ran slightly behind Wilson,
va tli Ika exception of Ilealy for Rtate
Senator, who carried New Hocheile by
Wilson carried the city of Ithsz-a hy
gn. Congressman Bulser carried the
city hy M
It was apparent when the returns
first began to com" In last night thst
Wilson had swept the city. The Demo
cratic nominee showed steady gains as
the figures were received, the order In
Republicans Save I leads
Slate Tickets in Only
to eleven Itepulillcana.
Gov. Wilson carried the strongly Re- ( which the candidates ran being Wllaon,
rmbllran oltlee of itochearter and Hvn. I iiooeeveii end tart in .Manhattan
cues and Monroe Oounty, In which
Hooheeter ex, Mr. fuller carried Roch
ester, too, by a small margin.
Ths Socialists lost heavily in flcheneo
tady County, lost their Assemblyman to
Democrats and now wilt be without rep
resentation In ths Legislature. Col.
RooesvsH carried oyster Bay, Ms home
town, by a plurality of 282 over Wood
row Wilson, the vote standing: Roose
velt. (10; Wilson, 2ii. Taft, 17. Ths
Colonel's own election district (the
Fifth) gave Roosevelt 2TS, Wllaon IN
and Taft . But Nassau County want
In Schenectady City Debs (Socialist)
beat out Roosevelt and Russell beat out
traus. Toe vote for President was:
Wilson, 1.1M; Taft, 4.0M; Dabs, 2.1(71, and
Roosevelt, 2,4(7. For Governor duller.
1.780. Hedges, S.SM; Russell, 3,(41. and
iichsnsctady City, with one election
district mlss'ng. gavs Wilson 4,011; Taft
l,Ms. and Roosevelt 1.000. For Governor
ths vols was: Bulser, 4.M4; Hedges, 3,770.
and Btraus, 2,111.
Buffalo City gave Taft 11,113, Wilson
6.210. and Roosevelt 50,7(3. For Gov
ernor: Hedges, 16,1171; Bulser, M.SM, and
Straus, 20, an.
THE VOTE FROM OTHER UP
The city of Rome, complete, fave
Wllaon 1.W0. Taft 1.U3 and Roosevelt
Sk. The earns districts la UW gave
Bryan l.Mt and Taft 2.221.
titles, com pi els, gave Wilson I.MO,
Taft 4,151. and Roosevelt 1,205
Auburn, complete, gars Wilson CMC
Taft X117, and RoesetaM Ml. This alty
gave Bulzsr S.H1, Hedges 2.179. and
Jamestown gave Wilson 646, Taft 1.010,
and Roosevelt CM. The vote for Bul
ger was fU, Hedges 1.16, and Straus
1.604. Mayor Carbon (Prog, for Con
gress) carried the city by MO. I
Kings, Queens snd Rlrhmond
Robert F. Wagner of Manhattan will
be the president pro tern, of the next
Stite Senate and the Democratic leader
of the upper brannh of the State Legis
lature. I. inn R. Brown of Watartown
probably will be the Republican floor
SMITH TO BE SPEAKER OF NEXT
Alfred K. Smith of Manhattan will be
the next Speaker of the Assembly. Aaron
J. Ivy of the Fourth New York County
District proliatfoly will be Iinmooratlc floor
leader of the Assembly. Harold J. Hln
minof Albany and John Deo Sullivan of
Chautauqua are mentioned for Republt
csn floor leader of the Assembly. The
Senators elected yesterday serve until
Dec. II. 1D1I.
One of the mean important acts of the
next Degtelatura will he to provide for
a convention to revise the State Con
stitution. The older Senators who have retired
are nig Tim Sullivan, who goes to
Congress again, and Senators Urackett
of Saratoga. Cobb of Jefferson. Hln
man of Broome, Allen of Rensselaer,
Walnwrlght of Westchester and Ham
ilton of Chautauqua, Republicans.
Hamilton goes to Congress from the
Chautauqua-Cattaraugus district as ths
successor to Representative Vreeland.
The older AesemWymen who retired
this year were Speaker Rdwln A. Mer
rltt Jr., who is to succeed the late
Representative (eaorge R. Malby; James
S. Pnrker of Washington, who has been
chosen for Congress; George A. Whit
ney of Baratoga, Who has been elected
to suit, ed Senator Rrackett; Frank D
Youn". the Republican floor leader of
the Assembly last year, who was the
Republican candidate for Surrogate of
Westchenter County; Theodore Douglas
Robinson of Herkimer and Andrew F.
Murray of Manhattan, who were not
renominated. William W. Colne of
Kings waa defeated for re-election. He
la now chairman of ths Assembly Cities
Governors were elected yesterday in
twenty-nine Ststes. The Democrats
sere successful In twenty-two States,
the exceptions being Minnesota, Kan
sas, New Hampshire, Rhode Island,
South Dakota, Washington and Wis
consin. Following Is a list of Governors
Colorado. . . .
BOSTON, Nov. (.The maffnltude of
ths Democratic victory In the
ohusetts election yestsrday for the lead,
era of the National and relate tickets
became more apparent to-day with ad
ditional and revised returns. The total
vote waa as follows:.
For President: Wilson. 170,M(; Taft.
ltt.att; Roosevelt, 140,1(2.
For Governor; Foss (Dem), U2.171;
Walker (Rep). 143,68; Bird f'rog.),
BAIrlMOltl'.. Nov. 6. -Complete re
turns from Maryland give Wilson, 99,732;
Taft. 46,(11. Rouse nit. 62. 4?7. Six Da mo
ot: ret tc Congressman were elected foi
the Bret tine In a generation. They are
J. Harry Covington, First; J. F. C Tl-
W Nmjms- llr.pr. Ic,,nti Tl,lr,l f
Charles Dint latum. Fourth, Frank "fY
Smith, Fifth, and David J. Dewls. Sixth
CONCORD. N. H.. Nov. C Gov. Wll-
eon led Taft by I. tat votes hi the re
turns to-day from 200 districts out of
' in the Mtstr These districts gave;
Wilson, ,0. Taft. 27,710; Roosevelt.
The same districts gave for Governor:
Worcester (Rep.i, IT.HW; Felker (Dem.)
17.776; Churchill (lrog). 11.(11.
Those returns Indicate no popular elec
tion of Governor.
DFNVFlll, Col . Nov. 6.-cattered re
turns to-day did not change materially
the lead of the national Democratic
ticket, which. It 1s estimated, wlU re
ceive a plurality of 40,onu
Two Democratic Senators snd four
Congressmen also appear to have been
.le ted. Prohlhltlonlsts concede the de
.est of State wide prohibition. Taft
:n behind Debs In several townr.
HAiRJyrTL:, N. C. Nov. 6.-North
Carolina gave a majority of more than
GO,juo to Wilson and Marshall. Ixx-kc
Craig, Democrat, was elected Governor
by a majority approximately riO.OUO over
Is Republican and Progressive oppo
nents. All Democratic Congressmen
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. (.-Prac
tically complete returns from nil goe.
tlons of the State in. licit., that Wilson
and Marshall have curried the Stiitu by
ubout Isi.OUO, the normal Democratic vote.
The entire Demo.'iwtll Congressional
ticket has been elected.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla , Nov. 6 In
dications are that u light vote was
polled In Florid. Wilson will carry
ths State by about 2(.00. Second
place la still problematical.
JACKSON. Miss.. Nov. (. Lateat re
turns from yesterday's election Indi
cate that Wilsons majority in mimsis
slppl will be about 100,000. An entire
Democratic Congressional delegation
has been returned.
THREE HORSES FALL
IN RACE AT PIMLICO.
P1ML1CO RACE TRACK, Maryland.
Nov. (.An wcldent at I'liiU'.co this af
ternoon thrilled onlookers. In the fi e
ture race of the day three horses-Non
pareil, Inspector Ijcatradc iuuI Hamilton
fell, snd the Dediy winner, V. ort'i,
was so badly liijim .1 that It Is pi'oMs
Station! whether ha can be saved or
not. Jockey .Too llyne, rider of Non
pareil, is sarlonsly injured, haottng a
possible fracture of the skull and
cruMhrd ribs. Jockey Teuihan la Inter
nally Injured, while Jockey Rowley.
Who rode Inspector Lestrade, escaped
with a shaking up.
AFTER CORAL SMUGGLERS.
Importer and Others Held Corals
Worth Io,immi Helsrd.
Corals vulued at 110,01s) were seised
to-day by diatom Agent Renalll and
Inspector llohenson In the office of
MU'hele I)e IJelcctle, an Imtvrter of snd
dealnr Jn corals, at No. 13 Maiden Lane,
whore he has n stock of 1100,001. If Is
charged that corals wdrth 12.000 were
mm. ikk led Into thl country In May from
the Itallun ateumer Sun Gugllelmn. De
Delerils, his clerk, Vlncenso Cacace, of
No. as Second utreet, llipoklyn, and
two stewurda of the steamer, arrested
on Saturday and arraigned on Monday
before United States Commissioner Ben
edict In Brooklyn, were held In hull for
The twn stewards are Antonio VHtlello
and Giuseppe Rugslero. It Is charged
they worked In collusion with the Im
porter and hla clerk.
An Investigation Is under way to de
leniim.. how much coral lias been smug
gled Into (he country up to the present
time. The Importer waa held in 16.000
ball, his clerk in S-I.OoO, Vlllello In tl.OUO
und Ruggler.j In 12,600.
Ellas M. Ammons (D
....Simeon E. Baldwin (O)
Thomas M. Mnnaghan (D)
i rark Trammell (D)
.... James It Hawley(D)
Edward F. Dunne (D)
Samuel M. Ralston (D)
Bdwsrd G. Dunn (D)
Arthur Capper (R)
Eugene N. Koss (D)
Michigan ... Woodbrldge N. Ferris (D)
Minnesota Adolph O. Fherhart (R)
Missouri Klllott W Major (D)
Montana Bamurl V. Stewart (D)
Nebraska John H. Morehead (D)
New Hampshire F. Worcester (It)
New York William Sulzer (D)
North Carolina Locke Craig (D)
North Dakota F. O. Hellstrmn ID)
Ohio Jomea M. Cox (D)
Rhode Islsnd Arum J. Pothler (R)
South Carolina Cole I. Hlease (D)
Bouth Dakota I'rank llyrne (R)
Tennessee Beaton McMIllIn (D)
Texas Oscar n. Colquitt (D)
Utah John F. Tolton (O)
Washington Robert T. Hodge (P)
West Virginia W. R. Thompson (D)
Wisconsin F. E. McOovern (RAD
FRENCH PRAISE FOR WILSON.
"Temps" Sevrapaper Kays Ills Jer
sey Record Proves Ills Worth.
PARIS, Nov. ("it Is too soon to say
to what extent the 'Democrats will enrry
out their tariff reduction and nntl-trust
programme," said the Temps to-day,
"but we are sure we speak for the en
tire French ptple In NeiidlUK our hearti
est congratulations to AinerlcuiiH on the
result of the election. ThxoueTh the
merits and honesty of hla administration
as Governor of New Jerney Woodrow
Wilson lias won general osteem. A man
of great worth has been i.-.i head
of a great nation."
INDIANAPOLIS. Did, Nov. 6
Two thousand precincts of Indiana, In
cluding 1(0 In IndlatrapollR and Marlon
County, gave Wilson 1(0.783; Roose
velt, H4.709; Taft, 90,331; Debs, 91,761.
Wilson's plurality over Roosevelt.
72.700. This averages forty to the pre.
clnct, and If the ratio prevail.
throllffhOUJ the 1,172 precincts unre
ported Wilson's plurality will be
12.46(. In 190ft Taft's plurality 1 it
Indiana was 10.1(1.
Returns on the Btate ticket from
1.636 precincts out of 3,12 In Indiana,
representing all counties but Marlon,
gave ReJOtOn 131.623; llevertdgo, 77.
9(9; Durbln, 69, 184. Ralston's plur
Stolen Ride Ends Boy's Mfe.
Joseph Hordlnka, fifteen, who had his
left leg cut off while stealing a ride on a
freight train at Mattltuck Monday
morning, died In the Grrenport Hospital
last night. When he was picked up efter
the accident he said hs wanted to go to
Look on the bright tide. The
cop that cheers is a cup of
White Rom Coffee, 3 Pound Tint, $1
HELENA, Mont, Nov. (. Returus fro
Is) precincts scattered through every
county In Montana increased Wilson's
Isad. The head of the tlokst, It Is be-
llsvsd, carried the Democratic candidate
for t'nlted Smten Senator, Congreaaiimn-at-Large
and Governor to victory, thus
defeating Senator Dixon, the Hull Moose
campaign man.iger. from re-elsi'tlcn.
BIOl'X FALLS, B. Dak.. Nov. (.Half
the precincts In the State give Roosevelt
a lead, and It Is estimated he will carry
the Btala by i.OOO.
Congressmen liuike and Martin, He.
publicans, and C. H. Dillon. Progressive,
appear to have won. Uryne, Repub
lican, seems .to have defeated Johnson,
Democrat, for Governor.
Insnrrrcllou is Liberia,
BI1RLIN, Nov. (.-An Insurrection
among the Inhahttanta of ths Llberlan I
republic Is reported here, and ths Gov
ernment has ordered the (lurman cruiser
l'anther to proceed to Monrovia from
Duals In the Kauicruna for Die pro
tection of German residents.
men nam Her Ulllnl.
SANTA ra, N. Mm Nov. (.-Stephen
. Arnold, a wealthy ranch, r ami
breeder of fine horses, was thrown by
a colt yesterday and killed.
WHUKl.ING, W. Va., Nov. (.Re.
tuivis Irom 4V prectrfta out of 1,ftn In
Went V.cglnla give Wilson 28,779; Tal't,
HMO; Roosevelt, 17.3A.V
PHOENIX, Aril., Nov. (.Returns
from UO out of 101 preoinoU in ths state.
Including Phoenix, Tucson, Blsbee and
OUglae complete, five .Wilson T.MI,
(atassvelt UU. Taft 2,(01, Debs Jljttl.
How to Stop a Cough
Something Eierj Mother Should Know
Every mother should wstch over the
health o( her (auiily as jealously M
be guard, the family morals. At I lie
first symptom of a rough or cold,
shake together in a large hottle ii
couple of ounces of glycerine, half
an ounce of Virgin Oil of fine and
about half a pint of pure whiskey.
Give the patirnt a traspoonful of
this simple and harmless remedy every
four bours. The first dose almost in
variably brings instant relief, and t In
fold it gruerally eipclled from the
system inside of twrnty-fuur hours.
A supply of this medicine should al
ways be kept in ihe medicine cabinet
in prevent the drvelupinent of serioin
iufections of the throat and bronchial.
You probsbly have the glycerine ami
whiskey in the house already, and vou
can get tbe Virgin Oil of 1'uie at any
drug store. To insure freshness au'd
purity insist on having tbe half ounce
vials which come In sealed wooden
cartons bearing the label of
The Leech Chemical Co.. Clncinctatj
I rude 1orfc
Ball a Centura
Laces & Veilings
Real Bohemian, Limerick, Carrickmacrogg and Venise
Lecee A very attractive collection, in all the desirable
widths, at special prices. Also Princess Bands and Edges,
Shadow and Hand Run Bands, Edges and Flouncing,
Real Cluny Inaertion and Edgea from three-cuarters
to two inches wide. Special at 25c a yard. Regular
values 40c and Sue.
Lace Veile--Black or White, Jtl.00 to flO.OO each.
Chiffon Veils In all colors, 81.50, 2.50, 3,95 each.
Also all of the season's desirable Meshes in face Veilings,
25c to S3.00 per yard.
Scarfs of Hand Run and Spanish Laces at 17.00 to 125.00
each. Gold and Silver on Net. Lace and Chiffon com
binations all new.
Marabout Collarettes $3.00 to S10.00.
Marabout Capes and Stoles $2.95 to 10.50.
Marabout Muffs $5.00 to $10.00.
Waist Patterne at Special Prices Hand embroidered
on Irish Linen, also Delhi Indian Embroidery on Muslin,
and Philippine Hand Embroidered Patterns at $..5
each. Regular prices 55.00 to $9.50 each.
James McCutcheon & Co.,
gel. A., R, slAtl. Ct Opposite
www. us.. WaUioif-Aatorla
OF A SCHOOL ALARM
Cavc-ln Affects Building at
Lexington Avenue and
"Vna!leralle anstety was caused tn
dak) among the parents of achookVill
swn when several large cranks wore
resinl In the talc wall of lMihKc Hoh.ioi
So. 7(, on the erutheat corner of lx
higton avenue snl fll x t y -el sriit h etreet.
Itrtlm;i.n Vanlolcler of the Kast fllxty
seventh street station not Iced one cracK
exteindlng as far up Uie wail of the
scttooJI tiMillng on the Sixty-eighth
street side ns the seoorel floor, and
three other cracks stretching from the
first floor to the tasnmen. Trie bricks
nl'mg the course of these crsvdka wers
The Building DeparUnwnt was nottAed.
Tnepentor RevVIe and Bnsrrneer Werlbln
It the IlftiUc Servloe Comiirlaaloii made
an ex am In at Ion of the huUdlna, noting
the cmoks, and said theirs was no Im
mediate cause for anxiety. They de
clared the iMitldlng safe as tt Is now.
r J. Ii. Snyder. Superimendemt of
Iliill.Hngs, appeareil later and also said
tlMsi the .niilltig w-ss safe.
At I o'clock this morning there was
a cuve-ln at the excavation of the Ivex
Ington avenue subway, which at this
point Is thirty feet deep, and the sewer
pipe was cracked snd flooded tihe exca
vation. There are thirty-eight (laasrooms In
the school house, and 1,600 small children
In the elementary grades attend every
day. Miss Mary A. Mcllovern Is ths
principal. Should more cracks appt.ii
and conditions warrant It. th children
and teachers will be taken out and Uie
parently In good health K.irly this
morning hg was taken suddenly 111 snd
dierl within an Jiour.
wsrehnll PaSS ills Day's Work.
INDrANAPOltM, Intf., Nov. (.- Vice.
I'i esl li ni-elc t Thomas It. Marshall was j
at tils oAlce In the stnte House attend-
iRfl to his dullei as Uov rror of Indiana
as usual to-da;-. Oov, Marshall's term
expires next January and lie will remain
In onVe until then. He ora of telegrams
of congratulation were received by the
Oovernor, including one froiS I'mideni
elect Woodrow ..llson replying to the
messaxe sent him by Oov. Marshall.
There was also a message for Mrs
Marshall from Mrs. Thomas V. Oort.
wife of the Oklahoma Senator.
JOHN L. WILSON STRICKEN.
ewspaper Owner of Seattle Dies
Suddenly Is Washington.
WASHUeOTOK, Nov. (.John I Wil
son, owner of the Seattle Tost Intel
llaencer, died early to-dny at a hotel
here of heart trouble, after an illness
of one hour. Jilts body will be taken to
Ida birthplace. Ore wfoTOevtUe, Ind., for
butiiil to-morrow. He had been In the
capital m business two days.
Mr. Wilson wus a former United
States Senator. He had, served two
terms In the HotlSS and part of a third
when he resigned to go to the 'Senate
to fill the unexpired term of John H.
Allen. He was u brother of Henry Lans
WUSOlii Ambassador to Mexico. Iast
night he watched election returns, ap-
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WOMEN'S GLACE 20 button length white only.
Regular price S3. 75 pair
Men's Cape Gloves
i,too pairs 1 clasp in the new tan shades, spear point and
Paris point stitching aU sizes. Regular price S1.50 pair
1,500 New Model Waists
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
VOILE WAISTS Tucked, hemstitched and lace trimmed
VOILE WASTS Double hemstitched frill, Robespierre.
VOILE WAISTS Embroidery and Cluny trimmed.
BATISTE WAISTS Embroidery and crochet trimmed.
BATISTE WAISTS Tucked model with beading.
MADRAS WAISTS Shirt model. Regularly $1.50 and Sa.oo
VOILE WAISTS Hand embroidered and Cluny trimmed,
6 models. Regularly S2.00
I 15 different models. Irish Crochet,
Cluny lace and Val. lace trimmed and
) hand embroidered. Regularly $1.00
BATISTE WAISTS Dainty embroidery, Irish crochet inserting
and edge, also hand embroidered and crochet lace trimmed. I f or
VOILE WAISTS Hand embroidered, shadow lace trimmed. X Y.OO
LINEN WAISTS Tailored and hand embroidered. Reg. S3.00 )
The above Waittt on sale, first floor
COMPLETE STOCKS OF MOURNING WAISTS IN ALL CORRECT
MATERIALS AND STYLES AT SPECIAL PRICES
(bnabway & tytf) fitted
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Cuban and French Heals.
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World Wants Work Wonders,
Special Sale of Trimmed Hats
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Copies of French Models in velvet,
velour and plush in season's most approved
shades and shapes, fashionably trimmed with
fur, feathers and flowers. No two hats alike.
Values to 115
Unusual Values in Corsets
Special Introductory Value in B roc he
Corsets; fashionable low bust models with
long, straight hips; suitable for figures of all
proportions. Three sets of hose supporters.
Value $3.50 J
C. B. Corsets of Striped Coutll. in latest
models, with low bust and long straight hips;
suitable for all figures. Value $2.50
The New Shoe Department
Presents an Extensive Variety of Latest
Lasts in Women's and Misses' Walking
Boots, Dress Shoes and Evening Slippers
That Combine Fashionable appearance and
Perfect Fit uilh Very Moderate Prices.
3.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00
Sale of Women's Blouses
Women's Blouses in handsome styles,
made of crepe de chine, charmeuse, satin
brocade and chiffon, with Robespierre and
Byron collars. Values to $12.75
Special Values in Petticoats
Jersey Top and Messaline satin petticoats
in black and all desirable evening shades.
Women's Underwear Special Values
Women's Ribbed Combinations of fine
quality cotton; plain or fancy tops; knee or
ankle length. Value $1.35
Special Sale of
Boys' Norfolk Suits
with Extra Trousers,
made of English Corduroy;
sizes 8 to 15 years.
Boys' Russian and
Sailor Suits with extra
Knickerbockers, made of
serge and fancy mixtures.
one to-day aucC Wavet.