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TH1 EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
WHO SAYS WOMEN
WILL WEAR TROUSERS.
1 Women's Dresses Will Have
' to Be Slit to Permit Wear
ers to Walk.
ITS FASHION'S DECREE.
SMrts Are to Be the Same
Width from the Hips to the
Woara'i aklrt will b. nurowir than
w aa4 ilHhK.
Their ooat will be blorset.
TktJ will mr ..at.
The wmlat-lla. wtll it iraneform.d
lmto a fonr-laoh glrdls.
Ab4 the troueer akin or som.uung
rmy eloMly rBMisg- It will c.rtain
17 be introduced.
ecuim of Mill lwerUng Irvfonmntl-m
mm percolated Into New York by wy
ot Ohloao. where Hi National Ootk
and fault afaflufaoturart are ho Win a
eaaalon But confirmation awl maivy
frsaah detail were added ty Samuel
1'anU. the founder and flrat national
Pfealdprrt of the f nlte.1 lavlte' Tailor1
Aootatkm of America. Thli to the or-
Station with the elogan, 'Amerloan
for American women"'
The v talon of ;) v woman lo a yet
mora tfrer.xled attempt to reeeirtbte an
uMbrella atand In general line and pro
portion waa the flrat to be ugareataal by
Mr Paull It .1 evidently a cm of "on
Wttfh the bant."
To (m abenlutely correct," the arbiter
e 19 tallied, "the spring skirt will mi
ure exactly at many Inches around the
bottom aa th hip measure that la. It
will lie from J8 to 44 lnohea In circum
ference. Thla Insurea an absolutes?
straight line from hip to hem. Of
oourae there must be at least one, end
often several. sMts In thla aort of skirt
ts make walking possible. Th silt or
silts will ran tn length from five or
Is Inches upward; In some casts prob
ably ext.ndtng to the knee."
POSSIBILITY Of PIEK-A-BOO
SKIRT8 FOR WOMEN.
Probably by eummertlme w ahall
have a peek-a-boo skirt to go with the
diaphanous lklrt want' But Mr. Mull
had more to (all.
skirts will be longer, an Inch and a
half from the ground. Instead of three
lnoha. Their straight line will be
broken by diagonal, uch aa plaaU set
In Anag mally to eoe.r the openings In
the lower part. The diagonal effects
will be particularly becoming to stout
women, breasting up (tie tubby, barrel
Ilk look of th unadoroed Straight aklrt
on th figure,
"I bellev th narrow klrt 1 a part
nf the eagr If somewhat blind move
ment of the modern woman toward
more eenelble and comfortabl clothes.
The whole world la wearing narrow
alclrta. and despite th effort of th Pa
risian coatumsrs thtr has been no
marked Inclination to swing the pendu
lum In the other direction, fllnce woman
has discovered the dellifht of doing with
out baggy, voluminous folds of cloth on
her nether limbs she's not going to give
It up. The full gathered or pleated
skirt has gone Into limbo along with the
"PersonaJly I fsel that the aklrt will
eventually develop Into until modifica
tion of trouaers, to suit the Increasingly
actlvn and athletic habits of women. I
have devised a model of this sort whloh
1 call the wing aklrt. It fastens at
the side In front and hack, and under
neath the klrt proper, but closely at
tached to It Is a long bloomer on either
side, ending just above ths boot tops.
Th woman wearing this aklrt need
wear no petticoat, and 'hat absolute
freedom of movement. Tst the other
fold are ao arranged that no observer
could tell the difference between my
design and the ordinary narrow skirt
with no tronser nttaohment. My skirt
measures exactly forty Inches around
Uie bottom and has a close-fitting lining
hlo!i extends over the hips and help
maintain tho reducing effect of the long
'T look tn aee most women ten or
even five years from now adopt su.th a
style, at least for street and work
ing dreas. It Is hygienic, praclt al,
modest and attractive, the four requis
ite for the Ideal fashion."
THE BLOUSE COAT'S POPULAR
"Wliat will be new In the coat
for th coming eeaaon?" he was akfl.
The blouse coat will be moat pop
ular. It lsnda Itself most readily to
til loag, straight, panel-like effect
generally desired. It will be from
twenty-sight to thirty-two lnohs In
length, with ssvsn-slghths tlesvea.
Th Robespierre collar, now ao popu
lar, will be flattened down Into the
sailor collar on both front and back,
wide, with square corners. Ths ooat
will be belted, bnt only In front, to
help seoure th smooth, clo-flttlng
' The favorite diagonal lines will he
lepeeUed aaxl .mh, valued in coats At
tfe ftnttum, Inst. ml of the weights us
ually placed to keep the Raiment In po
attlon, there will he Inserted ;iin. knlfe
llko diagonal pleatlngs to gattMr up
vry bit of ioote ftllnS Many of the
,at will fasten In a Wider rtlaguiiitl
ban ever, the line running from the
extreme rlgM shoulder down almost
under the left arm pit. This el'iect is
already widely exhibited In opera cloaKs
and (veiling 1 aps.
j 'In many , the sleeve will aeom
nTo atari directly from the collar-line. In
' as-sort of extension uf th kimono modal
Nth sleeve trill be narrow and clog
XlrlaBg. with 110 extra fullness any
where. Vesta will lie popular, bill lh3
win be small ,i atts lied to the coat
Haelf. In fart.IkicV will rvssm lit t ie
glrdto-corset ln"lrSrn' tin I length. Th)'
wlU he mail" q ri'k in a conn inliin
ihd with t ie 1 "Si '!.! will hi- most
effeotlve. The oat in front Will fre
quently end at the hei
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mm anlnlntanW Bk mm mWt I
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anini mMm ' mm H
kr&.i mZ 1
3 AMU t L .PAULt,
suits will he worn a great deal, and
when a aeparate ahlrt walat la worn
wltih cost and klrt care mill b taken
to keep the oolur acherne Intact. Th
waist Hue will bu st once kept high and
lengthened out. It will begin about four
Inches above the nonnsl. after the regu
lar Bniplre Vogue, but the skirt will not
drop directly from this line. A very
carefully-fitted band of cloth will Inter
vene, hezlnnlng Just under ths bust and
extending well down toward the hips.
"As in the case of the coat, the Robes
pierre collar will be voted too warm for
warm weather, and will probably be
lowered and flattened oxit Into the sailor
collar, rthbloh I expect to find extremely
popular. Oriental embroideries, so much
liked a aeuaou Off eo ago, will he brought
back with a ruah. particularly Bulgarian
work. Huttons will also be very popular
trimmings, though they wBi he smaller
In size and less conspicuously applied on
the anmf.Tei' than on the winter aulta
"I venture to prophecy that the most
fashionable rolora will be heliotrope,
I'k'.i gray and cafe an lalt. aa tWse art
the fainter hades of taupe and maize
which have been so well Irked thlt
SPANISH WAR VETERAN
RELIEVED OF ITCHING. BURN
INC ECZEMA BY SAXO SALVE.
"I suffered from eczema, and the
itching was so intense I did not
a night's rest for five months.
face, neck and body were covered
with large red patches. I tried every
eczema remedy on the market, also
six different doctors and a specialist.
None knows how I suffered with
out relief. At a last retort I tried
Saxo Salve; It stopped the itching at
once and worked like Magic. I with
I could tell every eczema tulferer
what Saxo Salve will do for them."
Wm. Delanev. a Spanish war veteran,
855 B, 6 1st street, New York.
Saxo Salve stops the itching and heals
If you have eczema, tetter, ring
worm, barbers' itch or a tkin diarase
of any kind try it you get your money
bark if it docs not help you
All Riker and Hegemtn
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
stoiei where this blue
and white sign
DOCTORS FAILED AGAIN
THE GREAT KIDNEY
REMEDY SAVED HER
It has been a few years since your
Swamp-Kuot has been used in my family
but it 11 not loo late to tell you the bene
fit that we derived from its uie. My
wife was taken seriously ill at the time
with what several local doctorsdiagnosed
as chronic kidney trouble. The treat
ment that the received from several of
the leading physician in this City did
not seem to help her in any way. The
last physician we had in attendance de
clared her case was hopeless and that
nothing could be done. I hud seen Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot advertised and
decided to al least try it. Very shortly
after beginning its use my wife was rest
ing easier and showed much improve
ment. She continued it utc until tev
eral bottles had been taken and was not
only entirely cured but has not suffered
any from the trouble since. The result
derived from the use of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Knot in this case 1 consider re
markable and shall always havo a good
word for your splendid preparation.
Verv truly yours,
J. AMES CROWTHKK.
448 Cherry St., Columbia, IV
On lliia"l)th day of March, 19H, per
sonally appeared before me, a Notary
Public for the state of Pennsylvania aud
ount.v of Lancaster, J. Ames Crowthefi
who being duly sworn, says the above
facts arc true ntul correct.
HENBY B. HIUM'.K.
Sr. Itllmer a Co.,
lnghamton. W Y.
Pirn Whit Swimp-Rooi Will Oo Fai Tou.
Send to Dr. Kilmer a, Co.. Ilinghtm
tuAi N. V , for a tamp! bottle It will
COAVillO anyone. You will aUu receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidney and Madder, When
writing, be sure ami mention the N'ew
York Evening World. Regular fifty
rent u nd one-dollar size bottle for tale
at all ilrup stores.
wttt a t iiiiUQ) ' salei. nf I rf.li ll,, r
tn lest r fee a w titles aV
eerrrjed In Th Werld will be
lasted at The World's In forma.
Hea Burma, rulltser Bnlldlag
Arcade, Park Mewi World's
I awwo Kfl. .. oerthwest cer
ate artth g, and Rreadwari
World'. Harlem Office. SMS)
West ISSth HI., and Warld's
aVoehlr Offtre, 2(12 Waataa
ten at., Breeklr. far SO dare
fellesrlag tie ottatlag al th
rrj i t i ii
THE GiMBELMoflTft-Ewp Sale
Tuesday and Wednesday in the Subway Store
Another great event which will add fame to the chronicles of the Gimbel Month-End Underprieing Sales -extra effort on the part of all concerned is evinced in every
item published here today, as well as hundreds of others awaiting you unannounced - even the manufacturers themselves with whom we deal throughout the season
bring offerings to the Month-End Sales. Vigilance on the part of each of the seventy-five section managers for the best-value items has been amply rewarded. Th
great Subway Store, with its two spacious floors, its 36 passenger elevators and carefully planned convenience and accessibility, is daily becoming more popular with
those who desire the Gimbel standard of quality at smaller prices.
With Thanksgiving knocking at the door, this sale offers exceptional advantage in every requisite for home festivities
These Suits Are Vastly Superior
to the Ordinary Blue Serge
Suits You Would Get for $10.
And Yet They Are Actually
Selling for $7.75
Three - button Sack Coat,
workmantthipexcellent and sorge
of gjood quality. Common sense
Suits for sensible young business
from 81 to 42;
for the Mont h
i' 's nriPt
The Law of the Month-End Sale
F.i'rryihing adetrtised mu.it be decidedly un
derpricc. And everything mutt he materially
lower in price than it hat been previously during
the mimlh, et4n though it had been reduced in
Yesterday they were $10 and $12.60,
Tomorrow they will be $5
They have all the goodness of food clothes; nice, soft, woolly mixtures;
in browns, tans and grays; convertible collars. They are reduced becuuse
the sizes are broken; sizes only from 81 to 38 at 06.
Sturdy Suits for Boys, IH to 5 Tears Old, $1
... .Silr Blouse models; regularly $2; because they are broken in sizes
will be cleared at $1.
Boys' Smart Norfolk and Double Breasted Suits, $3.25
With two pairs of full-cut knickerbockers; splendid Htyle and built
to withstand the rough usage they are sure to get; sizes 8 to lfi years; S6
grades for Month-End clearance, 3.26. Subway Store, Balcony.
A Hat Excursion
In Fact, 000 Men's Soft Hats Will Hurry Away Tomorrow
to Cover as Many Wise Heads.
$1.60 and $2 Hats, for
All the new styles of this season in smart soft
nats, including the rakish, youthful models;
rough and smooth finish; Telescopes, Alpines
and Mascots, In tana, grays, browns and black.'
Not, all sizes in every style, but all the size family
u represented in tnis collection.
Boys' Hats Join the txodus
and thereby afford splendid opportunities for
These are $1.60 and $2 Hats for boys and
children at 96c.
Tyrolean, Teddy, Buster and Telescope styles,
rough and smooth finished felts; every oat came
into vogue this season, and the colors are all most
desirable. All sixes in the collection. 86c.
Subway Store, Balcony
Month-End Sale of
Wherein Seringa of at Least One Third are Afforded.
$1 Table Damask, 70c yd.
3,000 yards of factory samples of Irish I.inen Table
Damask, full breach, hign satin finish, six dainty designs,
70 in. wide. These are cut In lengths of 2, 2 h and ,1 yds.
Special, 70c yard.
$1.25 Mercerized Damask Cloths, 76c
.100 or I tie Pattern Tnhlecloth ot annw-whlte mercer
lirrl il.uiiaafc. excellent flnleli on hnth lcl-, Kl-ht ex
ceptionally hanrlsomn rlrciilnr iIpkIkm to Min t from;
alzn &tx64 In Home of these are not finite' fronh. An
orraaional chnlk mark or dust aiot. htfltt tliie radical
rcilurdon, at 7Se each.
$6.75 Damask Sets for $3.76
(0 of these allver lileaclie.1 Herman l.lnan llemarttrh'!
Diunaak Hrta, with one ihien 17'xl7' In. nakln to
match. tro"i heavy Quality for averyaay ue; live d-
alsna to ohoosi) from, m $3.78 rt Hlr.n Ifltli in.
$1.35 & $1.60 Huckaback Towels, $ldz.
!!S0 dozen hemmed Hurkatiiick Towels, (now white, ale
10x10 In. On in-, mmi uf their having alight mill lmjicr
feUUOM they will he aold tt t $1 dOSC
16c Crash and Glass Toweling, 12c yd.
R.000 yard of etMlMQ I)lh ami llaaa Toweling! tient
rcil Mini blue chcckei with horder. 17 In. wide; aocclal at
13c ard. Subway Store, Lower risor.
ders, 50c Grade
nul llnle. suapaiid
er.s of fin quality
w e b h In; atltched
leather enda, coat
off, atrong- aid aer
vlceable and e"ual
to any 60a auapetid
era to be obtained
anywhere; all good
Men's Coat Sweat
ers, $2 Grade
Sweater in Oxford
gray only, made and
finished in detail like
sweater aelllng at
double thla nrtce; good
weight, well made and
alma It to 44.
$1.26 Grade at 86c
And we might add
that these are quite the
best Pajamas W have
ever placed on eulo at
thla price. All brand
new, fully up. to the
oimhei standard or ex-
ui I'omei uannei In a
viiriety or nmt
signs; an aixpa.
Subway Store, Balcony.
Make the Table Attractive
There are other Thing healdra the Htxallng Itoaat. ap
peilxlng entries ami tempting eweets. whajh make the
table attractive for Thaiiksnlvlng. For Instance:
Ola Oaadl Stlok, regularly lRe to lie, at too.
Oaadla Shade. In choice variety, regularly 10c to ttK
Oa aad Site trie oiobea, a perls 1, at So.
IaTrtd Mantl.s, apetaj, 7 for SSe.
Subway Store, Lowir noor.
$3 Dinner Service, $1.75
American Porcolaln of good quality. 4J pleeee. moat
aultuhle for arriall fainlllea or amall apartmenta, even a.s
a kltehen et In the larger houaeholda.
$6 Dinner Service for $2.45
This la a 50-ptera KngllJm Poroalaln, and repreaanta a
100-Piece Dinner Service at $6.75
(pen-tock pattern, gold decoration.
Pressed Water Goblets (Optic)
tl.lft grade, at 88c dosen.
Austrian China, Individual Pieces
No Sooner Said Than Done
Management Sent Word: "Make Room for ( hrittmae Condense
Your Stocks of All Regular Merchandiae and Quickly"
So We Will Sell Tomorrow and WeAwmdam
675 WOMEN'S $12.50, $15 & $18.75 SUITS at $5.50
Without hcfiitation we make
this astonishing redurtion, which,
dnubtleM, will attract hosts of
11 Sites for Women and Misses
Handsome mixtures, serges, wide
wale serges and corduroys, in all
tho varied new models for Fall and
Winter. Some are strictly tail
ored, others smartly t rimmed with
buttons, while still others have
braid-bound edges; skirts with side
plaits or severely plain. Every
suit in this entire collection is
Lined with (1 Tear) Guaranteed
Yarn-dyed, bright and lustrous.
This sale is designed to closely
follow inslrtutions and these suits
will Be Sold Very Quickly.
All-Wool Serge Dresses
Rtfularlv told ffiO OR
at 15.75, for ??. I70
These are made with button
front, satin RobespieiTe collar
anil satin cuffs; very smart
little house frocks in blue, black
or tan. Very special at $2.96.
Pretty pink border decoration;
for less than half former prices,
malic no breakfast or tea sets.
Platoa, 14o. BerrT Sum-.ru, So.
Bread ami Butter Plata.
8c I "up and Sauce ra,
Berry Pishes, Sao. I Cake I'latea, SSe.
Subway Store, tower Floor.
gold eilge. Will he a. hi
Bplewlld opportunity to
Your Kitchenwares Will Be
Xto are fly Itema that will be mora or laae required
for th TbankaglTlBg dinner.
Trait Dtahe. nickel rtinmo.1, with porcelain bottom, 10c
to (lie grades, ror ar.e.
Alamlanm Saneapaa, 2 qt.. line grade, at 4Se i yt
lav grade, for lSc.
Boast ran, of sheet steel, all alzee. each lOo.
Oray laamil Proaarrlng KatUa, 20-tjt . at eoo.
Agate Tea rots, 2-iL, at SOo; 1 rr - 1 1 , at 40o.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Li I I Ih
at: J h I H H
5t IJUngalOW BraSS Bed, $15.75!$4.50 Traveling Bags! Winter Dress Goods
ll'al Wr ma.. L Bn 11 C
vun rine cotton Mattress and a Strone
Dia? I a?
(Bought in the regular way this
set of three pieces would cost $34.)
is a dignified Colonial model,
with eight filler rods, 2-in. posts
and a square top rod, finished
with five coats hard Rngliah
lacquer; a bright or satin finish;
all size and is regularly sold at
I7i,t a -If
Pure white cotton filled, art ticking;
two handles on each side, so that even a
child can turn it, and is regularly sold
is the five stool banded, heavily rein
forced kind; regularly sold at S3.75.
A Jaunt homoward for Tliankaglv
Itig reveala the poeelhle shtthhlneas
kf our traveling equipment. A new
one Is within aaay remit al t us
Very handsome Bag In ruaaet
leather. Oxford shape. Id, IT ami If
in. siies, witti retitfetvcd oornr,lall wool
llhenl with leather, braas loos and
vatchro aid u sturdy awlm; handle, j
$6 Suit Case at $3.60 96c AU-Wool Storm Serre. 66c
with linen, reinforced curii.-rs, BhtrtLn,n,l Sftli wSSfS!-? WiSf
fold ami four atrap Inald... bfaaaCtiaSr Vr?iJLW5X;B' Ja St? 2M
lock and stanch handle. S3.S0. Ivard.a. Savi wi ,u
$1 tt $1.60 Velvet Bags, 36c ;
rnqumtlonahly a very rare i HUurS JJresS Lengths, 2. 8fi
Hundreds of very desirable length
nitty. There urs tnn Haga In this
"iiei'UOn, OKI uiUB,irri nn.l'vi, WI.HIM . , ,L
nig silk cord handles and silk'"'"".'1
II IIB, ,11111, MllOW .11.11,. ,MI
purae; moatlv black, altiioiign their
are a few In the wtuitea street
K1 nradf) All Leather Hand
Note- -If a bungalow model shonM not 1, H.,ri ; k ...i,.,i, i . in.
, . , . . , , T , " i " ..ww "v.,, . i , v .i,.y mo ui'nuiiivni lor a oaKBSv tw
rugn Drass ned, but this would not have the aanaaa too rod. s Vilas as r .1 aa n ,t I rl mil, ll,,M 4AM )
Handsome white enamel bumrnlow lierls P.J.ir.i-il Hosicm. mimtlr 'I f, mlm.mrmAm. iroat leather. S-ln nickel f iiliiih. 1 to 7 yd
Halt- rninilar tA v.lnaa f. a an j a.. a - -i n ' ' ' ' i i,.,it.,n, '(via lenihtr lined suitings, ch
",,u e-w vaiues iot . itTSS. ,.V . ' ! Panama, ate : all at 3Bo 1,1
Subway Store, Lower floor Subway Store, Balcoay. I Subway Stor. Lower iloor.
Subway Store, Balcony
These Handsome and
$19.50 Grade for $12.75
The smartest models of the season for Women. Nicely
trimmed with velvet un collars and cuffs, fancy back, with
velvet piping and buttons; altogether warm and sensible
mats. These were specially made after models which we are
selling at much higher prices.
These coatt, by the way, were made to
tell and to repretent exceptional
value at SI9.50. But for the Month'
End event will ba featured at $12.75.
A Rack of Sixty Goats
In all kinds of new materials; short, three-quarter and full
length; lined and unllnetl. These are the remainders of three
very special sides wnich we hud recently at $13.60, $16 and
$16.60. To thore who may lie fitted and suited, these coats
will be sold at $K.76.
Subwsy Store, Balcony
Two Thousand Pairs of Women's Gloves in a Price
Transformation from as High as $1.50 to 50c
This I a dean -op sal. rrmn tho Main store aa wall aa the Uubway aectlona to aiaka room
for th howis of holiday t . aonn to arrive.
Women's Varla Two-clasp Kid Ulovaa, In navy, green, pongee and gray; regularly 1 and
tl lor BO pair.
CMlaren' rieaoe-llaed Oapeakla Oauatlata, SOc. with or without star on curfa; (0 dosen of
theee will tie disposed of at 60o n.tlr. lnstoed of ths former price, winch waa TBo,
snbaray Stor. Balcony.
Come! Share In These Shoe Savings
Women's $3 to $6 Simple Shoes at $1.35
Sample from th beat makers uf women's
high (trade shoes, men aa l.n France, Ixiunsberry,
Mathewaon, the Kred Todd Shoe Co., Krohn,
k'echheimer A Co., and other dependable makers.
Naturally more care is taken In making
cause 'tis from
these Ui st tho
for tho aoaaon.
all styles, big
variety of toe
ukw.rwa. I,!.. I, ,,.l
aiwl colored disss rabrlc, o ""aaaTS
new and wa,n,si w, v.. I low hM'ls.button
kr l in a neat box . ,.i ,:,i r.,r and lace models, uoodvear uehed or hand-
hoiiday gifts, if deeired, StM. ,turri4s hoIim, widths A, B and C, sites in the
50o to 76o Dress Goods Bom- nim' H ' ' 4 nd 4 ' 5" "
nan to 9k ' r'''ar tlH H''elve for Christmas Goods
naniB, JOC lira will add to this lot of samplea 810 pairs
oioroa aiKi inaua , tirx a, of our regular new and uerfact ta.60 alio.
atohslr ' mBkinK nVStM of sires complete, aothat EVERY FOOT WILL B FITTED.
I nsas reuuliir shueH are mostly tiutent leathrr and VM kid, in button ur.d lace
tyies. All the newest rail and inter nicdels.
Hl'lunilia axniapc of iliintKEnd
unilrrprirint, I icst,. tAoald ( luim
(o-ge pari yutr afttmMon 'lu.ailug
mom I ay.
86c Basket Weave Suiting , 48c
4u arda. In black only. 14 in. wide.
atrong. firm weave, aplendhl
grade of black, Tuesday. 4So vd.
A t IV
lungtl.a. In. lulling
Dainty Ribbons for
Holiday Fancy Work
Thousands of yards of HUB Taf
feta. Satin Taffeta and DrSSOon Klh
bOSSi pretty floral ilealgua, onie
with satin edges, aom. plain; all the
nea coloiinga; wiiltha from 4 to
In Very special at 80o yd.
I.'ancy i(ovi will be made up wit),
Subway Stor, Zowr Floor.
8ubway Stoic, Balcony
lack Lining sata.n, yard wide,
regularly 18c. at ISo yd.
Lining Satin, yard wide, In staple
color, regularly tin . at Oo yd.
Subway Stor., Lonr noor.
at 10c Yard
art- .''IgoH aiiO bunlH on
r nifsht's; J tn ' i if .i-i-lt.
MUitai'iV for curtuiim stmJ bui
i. rtf ujirry IB"' yard
U-I v- HB uil IJo, for ldo winl.
'rtoe ui 17 in I,-- wI1a on cttn.brla
h nd i . n m " ik
ttbwaj Itow, Isowr rioor
Framed Pictures and
A good pkstlBw is a painted poem.
Oil Painted Prints in ilt fi-ames antl shadow boxes, 9xl'J
in. canvas; regularly $2, at $1.36.
Small lot, slightly damaged, without Klas.s, 1(5x20 in., at $1.
High Orade Oil Paintinrs, gilt
frame and shadow box, !)xl'J in. and
7x14 in.; regularly .3.60, ut $1.75.
16x20 In., regularly .6.60, at S3.
18x28 in., ref. $10.60, at $7 60.
Special valun in a group of a few
hundred pictures, amongst which are
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Nuhway Htnre. Baleon.r
Christie subjects, mount (! on
wiiiti-, 1 in. blac4 framea; 10x12 in.
Underwood subjecta, lt repro
ductions, 11x14 and 10x20 In. ; genuine
carbons of famous paintings. These
ttell regularly at 60c to 76c; special at
Subway Store, Balcony
$1 Bonnets for very
little Folks at 25c
la I, 11.71 are
earn pit fin of
b by ci,jis srM ctiii
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M. y aid bear el uli
in a iico assort
pant "( oolora
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they can ae ') t
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to i. ipai is . .
gir-nriita of pluah,
L'arseuL i irJuroy
and amnsslUa, for
InU aged from I
it , for ea.as.
Subwaj Stort, Balooay
Remnants of Carpets
Linoleums and Rugs
Mor eplonotil values rein oats as from the
Sale of the Dobson Stock
Th follow INK IteniH toiVe lieen aele.'ted at
raii'liMi ami are fair uclrnn of Hie tug
aavtnen to t,e alloweil T u,ly an 1 Wine
day In taU entire SSoUoa
Whloh formrly ! t Ht 0s lo IS yi
I'or SSo to SOo l
Tapestry, Brussels Si Velvet
Which frmrlv aold ut tl to II JO yd.
for SOo t 78c yd.
9x12 ft. Seamless Brussels Rugs
Slightly Imperfect UstMll 117. at 111 JO.
Himm ingth. s t . 15 r. yd, formerly sold
at BOu t lie,
For 3Se q v d
Bnbway Store, Iow.r floor.
Corsets at 85c
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Reduced in Time for
The., happen t.. tie a .tton
tlntiM patt.rn, "The OrcbW." Hand
a. nne gray ttnlshinl ban lira and ax-
client wearing QUtUII.
Smokad Beef Turisfl, 1 6a gralt
Oaka Pork. Hc gr Is, at SOo.
Jslly Shall, II ad, .it SOo
A cMI. "lion of nunlrv BgUJL
Sijmprlalng Iwrry ;.ot.B, .iii
forks and aalud hpoona, flu grade
a l 96c.
Subway Store, town Floor.
1500 of Them, at 66c
Juat a gtw aa wan W. oag!)t
Unttsrsiieatl simply to adjust
atu'-k to aiilpahup. order. Xo need
lo be .ighi unaware tor SS.
I'TiitirellM.s i'or in, ,1 .,nd women
A uie net i tarTela lap c.lge, with
caae and taaael: good, strong frame;
regularly II. ut 65o.
Subway Stori, Balcony.