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THlB BVENIIfO WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER IB, Ffff.
A Fine Opera Spectacle
Mr. Gatti - Casazxa Pre
sent It in Two Acts of
fourteen Scenes of
j Striking Design and
thoven, IMseter of the Hymptionv " The 1
programme consisted of the e'ghth ayni
liony, the romances In l mul K for
violin, wllh otvheetrsl accompaniment,
nnd the Tnrklh March, from "Tha
Ruins of Athens" The violin soloist
richness, ft blria flr o take rank Mil was Irms Sydal. Mr Damrosch gave
tha greatest of bassos. a delightfully almpla, direct talk about
Otto Oorlts waa rapmonn, a part ha the orchestra a Beethoven found It anj
riaa enacted here before, but not with 1 a It ia lo-day. First ho uard tha piano,
aurh unction. It will ba classed wllh . in a charming, eeey way, to Illustrate
his Beckmemer. h a Alherl -h, hit Kllnst- the whlapor of the vlollna, tha mutter
aor and hla Splelman, an ailmlrahla nf the bassoons ami the part 1ken by
charao'erliatlon without sacrifice of niu- the clarinets. Then tie made uia of the
aloal art. Bella Alten aa repagena and orcheatra to tha eame and. If ona
Albert llelaa as Mpnostatoa war excel- maaafl the sffootlonate bond that exlat-
nm. minim urwo oesrrv-s a ai- , ,,.,-... n liV.nl, !,...
ha haa heen asked to eelt b!a propei I ea
and costume's to ;hem, thai more than
ona foreign syndicate la preparing to
enter the New York field In tompetltlon
with Ihe Metropolitan. I(e thlnka It
would ba bMter for me latter to lat
hlrn to be the man. with Ihe understand-
In that he aha" confine himself to giv
ing opera In Ivisrllsh only.
Nothing atanda In tha way of Mr.
Ilanimerateln hut hla agreement wllh
the Metropolitan opera t'ompanv not Li
compete with them In New York for
FIRST APPLICATION OF A SIMPLE
cla.1 word for hla dignified Impersona
tlon of fha Speaker.
The throe ladles In waiting. Vera Cur
tla (her first ajicaranee, Florence Mtll
ford and Ioulae Homer; the three
youth I.enora Sparkes. Anna (lase and
Marie Mattfeld, and the tlirea priests.
Lambert Murphy, Louis Kreldler and
Jullna Bayer, were all aatlisetnry.
One of the moat successful appear
ances waa that of Mr. Slelle'a property
elephant, hn Imiposlng nnd lifelike beast.
DRAWS A RECORD HOUSE
HAMMER ST EIN WANTS
TO GIVE OPERA IN ENGLISH.
Oscar Ilammerateln haa a new plan
by which ha hopea to re-enter tha
operatic field (n New Tork. If the
I anl of director! of the Metropolitan
Opera Houae will permit him, ha pur-
Mi. i I I.. . . , . . i it uuna new oyer nouae on
r L ",u w"" " -""lor near nroadway for tha giving of
Dlnh t.llly drew a record houae at the opera )n Bn,,,.,h. H convinced, ha
Metropolitan Opera Ilouee concert laat aaya, after hla esperlericee here and In
evening, nnd many music lovera had to Iondon that opera In the vernacular la
b turned awny. The Iluaelan violinist dealred by the people and cannot fell to
captured the audience ao completely that
four encores were given to hla mrmhera,
Laln'a "Spanish Symphony," tha "Ave
llnrla" of Schubert-WtihelrnJ. and Wla
nlawsky'a "Alra Kiisee." Mine Frem
atad .1- lighted the houae, especially with
the I.lebestod from "Trlatan and Isolde."
TO YOUfslG MUSIC LOVERS.
Walter Pamrosrh and the Symphony
Orcheatra devoted the flrat concert of
the fifteenth season of tha Symphony
Concerts for Young People at Carnegie
Hall on Saturday afternoon to "Bee-
BY SYLVESTER RAWUNG.
Jt jrOZAHT'S "The Magic nut,"
IWI or, to speak by the card,
" "Dr ZaiibeTitoete," for th
opera was sung In German, was re.
!ved at the Metropolitan Opera
Houae on Saturday afternoon In a
preeontatlon of remarkable beauty
and exceMen 'e. Am a spectacle, alone
It commander) attention. Of the four
teen scenes comprised In the two
acts each as a man-el of Illusion
and loveliness. One that made the
freatest populur appeal, perhaps,
waa the descent of the Queen of
N'bght from a starlit sky, but the
Temple of Isis and Oslrts lined on
either side by colossal statues that
flowed In the light from the sacred
llres below, disclosing a lofty dome
and immense depth, was most Im
pressive. Nothing more rrnllatlc tnaii the Fire
cone has been presented at the Hippo
drome. hat fci mom home of spectacle.
It seemed Impossible that the clothes
Of tho lovers passing through the flames
hould fal! to Ignite. It the danger to
tharn In t'.ie Water teat seemed less
Imminent, the miniature Niagara with
which they were confronted looked very
real. The Enchanted Garden, the Forest
of Pain's and the Sacred Wod were of
beautiful design and rich, taateful color
ing. The brilliance of The Temple of
tbe Sun at the end waa almost blinding.
So much for the gratification of the
eyea. There waa delight for the ears
equally gracloua. The Mozart'.an melo
dies, whether !n arias, concerted num
ber! or choruses, flowed suavely on
from IxRjnnlng to end. The churchly
nature of most of them, perhaps, added
to their appeal.' Who. at the time,
could pauae to think of the gioteaiiue
nej, pa 1 tha absurdity, of the story,
with Its supernatural agrncles, lt
m ik c it alleged Masonic titea. Its
tpbodle development! l'veryhody sur
rendered la the narm of the imiment.
as everybody will In the many perform
ances of the op ra t .at are sura to fol
low. ALL HONOR TO MR. GATTI-
CASAZZA FOR PRESENTATION.
Nothing thai Mr. G.ittl-' iisazza h.ia
one allies ha Beeama the general man-
ager of lha company and he haa dune!
many tl.Hiua for which patrons of the
Metropolitan may wall he grateful rc- I
fleets su.'ii credit upon him aa this re- I
aval, 'i he opra nc.d bean neglected for j In Public Statement They
ainsifiiii hm But Mr, oattt baUmdi Endorse Father John's
that with proper mounting nnd an ade- Medicine
quate performance It could not fall to
He lias to hla credit In Ne
msch and tha young people, there waa
felt an Intelligent understanding be
tween them and Walter Oamroach. The
SOlotil dlaclosad a pleaaant tone, but
her playing, like tieraelf, la Immature.
Tha orchestra acquitted Itaelf we.:.
(Jives Strength mul Beauty
to the Hair Leaves the
Scalp Clean and Healthy.
You don't have to have gray hair or
faded hair if you don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
is gray or faded, you can change it
easily, quickly and effectively by using
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy. Apply a little to-night, and in
the mornlnff vou will be asreeablv aur-
succeed He knowe. he aaya. heoauao priied ,t tn, results from a single
application. Tlie gray hairs will be less
conspicuous, and after a few more
application will be restored to natural
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quick
ly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp
clean and healthy, and promotes the
growth nf the hair. It ia a clean,
wholesome dressing which may be used
at any time with perfect safely.
Get a fifty cent but tie from your drug
gist to-day, and are how quickly It will
reatorr the youthful color and beauty of
your hair and forever end the naaty
dandruff, hot. itchy acalp and falling
hair. All druggist! sell it under guar
antee that the monev will be refunded
if you are not saliaf ieJ after fair trial.
'We Give and Redeem Surety Stamp Coupons'
Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 2 2d Streets
Balloting Begins Tomorrow for the Second Series of
O'Neills "SALENS BY RXQU1LST"
O'Neill's New Sale Plan by which our customers themselves decide
what lines of merchandise they would like to buy at Special Sale Prices.
The second series of 'Sales by Request" will be held on
Wednesday, December Fourth.
CAST YOUR VOTE AT ONCE FOR THE SALE YOU MOST DESIRE
Those Items receiving the largeat number of vote will be placed
on aale Wednesday, December Fourth, at Special Bargain Prices.
Only one ballot will lie allowed to each person please remember this.
There is room on each ballot for your first, second and third choice of gooda
in which you are especially interested.
Ballot blanks will appeur in the Evening World and Journal every eve
ning from November 2ith to 89th, incluaive
Tell your friends about it and ask them to vote.
Fill out this ballot and Mail it to the Sales by Request Manager,
O'Neill-Adams Co.. New York City.
MKhSltS () N K I L I - A I) A M S CO.
Iam especially anxious to have you announce a special aale of gooda men
tioned on this ballot below my name and address.
Indicate what price will interest you In each c
SECOND CHOICE. .
IN NKW YORK'B SHOPPING CKNTER j
: l-I I 427
SS Tears la lrr Ooorts
West at rvu Atmm
Not Much Time Now for Thanksgiving Preparations!
Sara time and money by coming here for Apparel for Women, Youths and Boys, Misses, Glrla,
Babies, as well aa such household needs as Curtains, Rugs, Table and Couch Covers, Table Linens,
Solid and Silver-plated Wans and Cutlery, for which tha Holiday brings a special demand.
In all of these we have prepared for tb occasion with splendid storks and many special vahiea.
Special Values in Table Damasks
For Thanksgiving Needs
All Linen full bleach 64 to 70 inches wide - neweat patterns a slice off
the price makes these offerings specially interesting:
Tt cent Damaska,
Napkins to match KM neb dosen - value $2.76.
24-inch doaen- value 3.4.
Round Scalloped Talale CSsths
Satin Double Danaaak
7 Inches aor
for Jila-hlr Dollshsd Table.
sui alias B. -49 to B.OO
Tabls Felt -M Id 71 an oh yd. .
SO to .79
It. S. Damask Tray Cloths-
all linen 90 .M
Pattern Cloths all itnen
xl yds if.nOandup
IUM yds 2. 70 and up
1st yds A.nn and up
Napkins to tnatoti above
a.ae u 4.8
Annual Pre-Holiday Sale of
Art and Stamped Goods
Introducing our fine Christmas stocks of
gift gooda and materials for making up.
Ready Hade rhiamloa Sltps-eeg. .14 .IB
Silk Valour Tops usually .N TO
Lane rirtstj pratts Tape eaa BUps
8sUa. Tavsatiy, TaVau, Haad-vatatsd
aad taataai S4 o B.SM
Ready Mads Sofa Cushions
M ct. valua
rial Has at sofa Cmhlant to H.OO
OopyrisM, 19H, hy O'Nsilt AliBli Co.
Fall River, Man. Mr. and Mn. Haniir!
x or, aoiiie nrai rMsMi uI,m. u UJJ ...... .... .l (i
At U Scala. It. Milan, he has Staged ' "."-" """'7-" T.t l "?Tt
,.er works of Mos.rfa. but this was ! lowing .tatement: Our little boy of (our
sf first attemnl at "The Ifatie Flute." 1 years had been very 5ick (or quite a while when
All honor to Mm! It he were not the
modest nun that he Is, he would have
appeared lii-fore the curtain on Satur
day afternoon to take a llon'a share of
the plsuillts. t'an oni Imagine either
Mr. Dlppel, or Mr, t'nnrled, or Mr.
Orau, or Mr llamniersteln neglecting
ah a chance?
Thanks are due also to Alfred Ilerta,
a friend of ours told us to try Father John's
Medicine. We got one bottle, and belorc it
was gone, we law a great improvement in
Joseph's health. Then we got a second one.
and we are very glad to say that he is row all
right again. 1 1 haa not only done him a Heal of
good, but made him a very lively little fellow.
We can truly recommend Father John's Medi
cine to everybody,'
Mr. and Mrs. Handel Hobson.
REAL ESTAT- FOR SALE
. 1,1 . . , . 1 . hi n.il. ,nMS m.
.1 -. a with fi msstsr I ldlgllc-1
IUIII iM'iri.t n - r fj ... . I. . ;.
ful comprehension of the whole; to nuuas you up. ossauss u 11 pure nounsn
Glullo Settl, who had trained the chorus ' ment. Curei coldi and ill throat and lung
to what waa near perfection: to Edward j trouble!.
Sledle, the technical director, who gave 1
of the beat of Ms long experience, ami
to the principal slnKera for a hearty
co-operation that made for such excel
lence in tha production.
DE3TINN AND SLEZAK DISTIN
Moat "f the principal alngera fitted
admirably Into Mr. Oattl-Caaaziu's
alignment of p.irts and preserved Mo
xartian flavor In ta ir voices and th-.-lr
methods. Emmy Oestlnn dIJ aome love
ly sinning as the dletrausht I'amina,
taken away from the InflUSnOS of her
mother, the QUSSH of tha Night, by the
benighted eer Sarastro. Leo Sleiak
gave a new cx'-lbltlon of hla lyric ca-
acltles as Tamlno, the I'rlnce wno was
In love with Pamlna and won her after
many trials by Sirajtro of hla worth
and alTVctlon. Some fnults In hla voice
production at the beginning were l"t
Uthsl Parka, an American girl who
has be. ti s'tiulng gbroajd, made her first
appearance here, as Queen of the Night.
She wag a victim of very acute nervous
ness and er voice lacked both power
and distinction. Bdward I.aulcow, an
other Amerloan making a New York
debut, ill .Siraslro. He, too, was ner
vous; but the quality of his voice waa
obvious. It lias depth and breadth and
MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE
Part Raduotdl Ntw York and
strel SISSIshlBS Narth l and A North
star, sailings Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at .1 P.M.. from l'lr ll.N.lt.,
near foot of Hector 8t. Commni'lng
t'huraday, Uct". Mh. and thoreafter
llasmsrS Will leave I'ler la. N. ft., foot
,, Murray HI.
Kastern Sleanishlu ( ornaratlon.
TIIF. WAV TO IV K I. I'll.
Just Think! An Acre of Land
IE- uil to ll :- Cltf Ixts)
a- $395.00 "a
RfttiUng at Lew than Win lnla prlixi
AT BRIGHTWATERS FARMS
iBAYftHOHK. r.. I.
.iljitntn the tOfiet PNkaTMlri comrnuntt oa
LOQ UU11U. How c4u ou '.!! to mlw thi
i iltlen ruiportuniiy vriit-n i nlv a - M I i
AMOUNT OF 1 sVftJI is RXQuIRSD!
Y u will rwver i ! Itl jutl asa.a for
poultry, prodir) or u i
Quick Profit making
uitistmrnt ACBJES TO MAY. BflLPINl)
-ITI.S A YKAIt HKNCK ilulr a few m .re
sill lie sold it till, ..-.;. frtcc.
Write for parUi ulsrs. un; it booklet No. 2S.
1 B. ACKEHSON CO.
NfW lor Oflloatl 1 Wnt 84tli St.
A Large Purchase of Beautiful New
Is Here To-Morrow Underpriced 'A to 'A
Right nt Thanksgiving tinw too! Couhl it over be more timely?
Japanese Hand Dravn Linens
Hand draWB work and hemstitched, pure linen
Dresser Scarfs and Shams to match.
Pure Irish Fancy Linens
Hand drawn work and hand embroidered scarfs, shams
and tea 1 lot lis. About half their former prices.
Scarfs 18x30 from I1.2S to 1.75 each
O Scarfs lHxto from 11.73 to S2.23 esch
Scarfs 18i54 from $2.00 to $3.00 each LShsmi. SOxSO. .
Scarfs 1Kx7 from $2.23 to $3.23 each Centre Plecea.
Shams 3Ux3l Irom 12.00 to $2.23 each
Tea Cloths -from $2.00 to $4.73 each
Picot Lace Trimmed Cloths
Sample linea of fine Picot lace trimmed tea and
luncheon cloths. Round or square, in two sixes only.
Size 30x30 in., value 3.00, at $1.98
Size 34x34 in., value S4.U5, at $2.98
O'Neill .Main Store- -Second Hoar.
20 LOTS MUST HE SOLD
SAt.K Ml 1ST CL08S HY MOV. 30
miH fnjnUug- no tnillt. to lisrlnr and station -ail
lots srOd ftO Iter rrnt. Iwlow v.lue: a, low ,
$10 aown r1 ft BsOVthly will be .frets.!- titles
. ,r.n-.,l AddreSS "IH U nt VKIt WllWnrll
WyPf Dl I OTHAWIKr&MS
100 Dozen Pure Linen Scalloped Tea
With elaborate hand wrought embroidery r a a
in corners, value 14.110 dosen; special at. . . tZt.L 9
About 1,800 Pieces of Handsome
Scarfs, pillow abaraa, centre pieces and tea cloths to be
aold at leaa than cost.
Scarfs. 18x54 from Sc to $1.98 each S
39c to $1.23 each
" 39c to 98c each
Tea Clotha " 79c to $2.98 each
Hand Made Scarfs and Shams of Cluny
Mounted on fine round thread, pure Irish linen. Many
with teal Italian Filet Motifs.
Scarfs. t0x54. $2.4. $2.98 and $3.48 each
Values from 13.73 tu 15.30 each.
Shama. 30x80. Value S 00 each. $1.98.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
PIANO STORAGE CO.
uiaoao?sN 'Vanui Ml od ptftssM br onirr uf
ratftnwav I - I' "ua , I T'.
li ,ata Witfr UprtsW-l-J II.Oj
t' hi kfriiig rprlglif M ul
AiMitlur fm I ruht ake ir
V. sr I'pnglit
g'liirkrnnii V'Tlaf'it .
An.nlifr I I t klit a. 100.01
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT
n AA I VALUfS IN THE CITY faSKSl TWns
ROYAL DIAMOND&WATCH CQ
7 rtAiotH lane. motu uos coftr.
iew?iSTff"M o CR EDIT g
1X10 tTrf worn tLiJTT0ATWPCATitnaLjM ? I
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DIAMONDS ON CREDIT
RtVV tt'l 1'k I.V nil Utiviili v 11 i I'll o vis .j
. : :V:: .V.: .: Son ' American Walcn and Diamond to.,
-ann'ii.v i-.-i.si.. HI, Orjfjf I On,
'tti1tmntttftf1tf m O aa ga.sasaas.,
"Happyland" Greets You
New Toys, New Dolls. New Games
New Playthings of All
Kinds at Popular Prices
"Happyland" is planned as a con- S
venient shopping place. First of all, every
thing is arranged so that it is easy to
see, easy to select, easy to buy. Then, of
course, assortments are almost endless;
more different kinds of toys than you can
count, and, best of all, everything is
bright and new and moderately priced, o
The best way tn tell you about the
good things to illustrate a few
we could illustrate thousands if
Train and Track
EmbroMarasl fkaim lrn Cushions
large slaa rag. ,H
loaplsts sloes r tttest in squisiw striss.
.an tn 7 .fiat
Patt litis of TTHtrlia'd Pin fluMnaa, Maslla
sat) sstln Corarad Wst itss S In RS Ms.
Head n.ats artrh ruffls 20 to .7
I list r or t lint Hooka vain. .IV
ISmbroldery Hoopa 8 to
Washable Embroidery Silks
usually 30o dosen 2A
D, M C. Cotton doz. skeins
value .15 13
Hand-palrrted Cushion Tops
spaelal 1.40 to 2.B8
Full aaaortmsnt of Shoe, I .sundry
and Tanry Baga 24 to 1,411
Htampad Hearts and Squares
17x4$ and a$2 hamsUtohsd,
wtl, M. i-m n disam work
value .49 SO
Art Ieather Ooods Largs
aeeortment of Mata. Mansers.
Table Covers, Slips painted,
mhnaaed. hand carved and burnt
. f recta 40 to 7.08
Lars assortment of Cretonne Boxes,
also TIs and Paper Haoke and th.r
worth .16 to .34 IO
Larger stsss to 08
Mission Wood Wall and Shelf
nauuee vary durable 80 to 8.40
l.lnan Cantra I'lacee Zl Inoh for
braid, avpl.t ir willd ctnbrulderv
valuss .6$ and .$$ 40
Linen Tray Cloths varus .1$ 20
Thanksgiving Specials in
ROGERS SILVER PLATED
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS
Table Spoons and Forks
, doxen $g .M t
Knlxes , dosen II M .HI
Tea Bpiams- Vi dossn 4 ,."17
ftoup IjKllea each II .HI
Butter spreads Ka doien. . .SS ,4 I
tlrnvy Ldl.s Cold Meat
Fork-each $ .87
Hugar Hpouna and lltMt.r
Knlvea B ,17
Full Una of
Roaer Bros. 1H4T Wass.
Halves, Forks, flaoons.
Wear Mko Sallsl Sll.r.
Oaaraatwg for SO Tsars.
THE LITTLE TOTS
Must Ba Prettily Fitted Out
And where can you so wall fill ail
wearable needs for baby and tod
dler aa here? Heam's great
Departments of Infanta' and Chil
dren's wear are famous I
Babies' Long Coats
All wool oashmere deep capea
with hand emb'y, silk lined
eollaro lined and Interlined
also same, style Id Short Coats
to I years
hiill saortnaal nf Ikll... Tras Cloths.
Hearts, Sqiiara sod
.10 u a.
Tinted Centre Pleoes
27 Inoh value .tt
Tinted Cushion Tope, with back...
Fancy Trlm'd Novelties Hand painted
Uoxea. Hair Hoc.tvera and Hat Pla
Holders ela.xv her. .1$ to 60
Larger atsea and more elaborate. ,40
Hrailoped Edge Spar fa end Shame -rsg.
. and .tt 30
all Iks. of Stanped Babias' Oapa, Bibs
USMSSa, Ousts 1 luhu.ii awe asd
larsrs at sanoua unrss.
Woman's Stamped Oowna and
Chemises-- were .It
Stamped Linen and Rep Cushion Tops
with back also Soarfs and Centra
Plaraa BaSsS SS In SL 4S-
.40 to 1.10
la Knitting, CiwdttMag snd Fsslrillirr llisaswiala are bwaghl her.
that every housewife loves to have
in her possession srs offered at these
extremely moderate prices:
French Sateen Comfortables
figured or plain backs
Flneet Sateen-floral patterns-
wide borders worth $4 8.08
French HsUen-$aT ft (town or
wool filled figured tops plain
backs -worth M 941 4.08
Lamb's Wool Comfortablea silk
top sateen backs bordered
worth tt W 0.08
Silk OomforUblea down filled
worth 120 00 14.08
h -it in down fllledSxT ft before
ssamlng-worth ISO.OO 34.08
Extra Fins Crachst QuilU I ao
close weave-worth gl.tt... ) ww
Hemmed, fringed or soallopad edges.
also Satin finish Marseilles In full and
Full site Maraelllai
Full atie, satin finish Marseilles
hnnitned or f rinsed floral
iiatterns value e tt 8.40
WOMEN'S MACKINAW COATS
Norfolk Model Diatinctly "English,"
for golfing, skating and
general outdoor sporting wear.
Elsewhere Our price
17.98 and 19.98 j 5.98
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
THE DOLLS ARE HERE
Some have travelled far, having oome
from the real Doll Land, Uermany.
Among thss. are the fsaaoas fttestaor
life-like dolls th.y look for all the
world like real, chubby babies with
their dimpled ahseks and ehlne
Their Utile bodies are fat and dumpy
Just as a real baby Is and they sit or
lie or stand whsrever you want them (o
Home have real hair and eyea that
close, and every one haa a dear little
mouth that almost speaks to you In best
We have marked three fa-llka.
natural dolls from .20 to 4.08
much lower prloea than may be
Our Famous Daisy BsBs Dofl bast
doll for aa dollar la Sew York
lnohsa tall blonde or brunette
Juet aa pretty aa pretty
character Dolls, tneludlng celebrated
Camob.ll Kids also Baa Dolla
.30 to 4.08
Fully Dreseed and Undressed Dolls-
great assortments 20 to 18.08
Folding do-Carts. English Far
ambulators, also Reed Pullman
Carrtagea for Dolla l.OO to 0.08
Dolla' Outfits 811k, Lingerie and
Olngham drvaaee lace trlm'd petti
coats and drawers sums to fit all
dolls 30 to II. US
Toys, Oasses, Dl.hr. aad many,
of a child ssow oa display la tho
aetvly arranged Tor Ilepstrt
sueat oa the Fourth Floor.
"No Place Like Hear n' 8 for Value'
Long Coats of All Wool Cashmere
and Imported Bedford Cord
hand smb'd oa pes aHk lined
and warmly Interlined
Lrttle Tots' Chinchilla Coats
navy and gray with and without
vulval oollar and cuffs also
Corduroy Vslvsts navy and brown
alsss to I yea. special value S.OH
Children's Oapa . I
to I yrs 80 to 4.08
Bonnets white and colored
to I yrs 08 to lO.ON
Little Children's Hats
to t yra 08 to T.ON
Its stnfe are tn stl tlxe
t, fttev. ror th strle -tt. X ..,,1,
l-liish. OorUuruy, I'elt, tic.
WOMEN AND MISSES!
A cold weather nsesaaity, and in
dispensable If you are going to
see any of tha holiday games
nothing Ilk a cosy sweater to
keep out tho chilli
All Wool Sweater Coata White,
Orsy, Cardinal, Navy, Black
fancy or mannish weaves hlh
or V nsek Bpselal l.ON
Norfolk Sweater Coata straight
ar fancy weave best colore 2. OH
Mannish Weave Sweater Ooats
Whits or Oray pointed oollar ,
and V front teeesl ends 4. Oil
Full FsatMoned Sweater Coats
Oray and Whits with combina
tion bee. t her trim also Garnet.
Tan. Oray and White strapped
front pearl buttons. B.08
Children's Swsatsr Coats to 14
yeare high turnover or eaflor
oollar- Hod or Oray with or
without oombtoatlon oollara and
cuffs - - 1.38
Oralldren'a Bxtra F.rra Sereater
Coats sod Norfolks fanoy
weaves plain bands turnovwr
euffe and pookets-4 to M ire..
Flser te a.4M and 2.S8.
Special Varus m
Chosen from our superb stocks that
arc the largest and beat anywhere
Our prices or tttoay Until.
Imported Skirt and Sesllsee
riaaaele-he beet that Scotland
makes also famous Vly.lla bsaattfal
assortment of two and three-oosor
tonra white or colored grounds soft
pinks, blues, lavenders, grays,
browne silk stripes and baby
checks for Christmas gtftsss
were to II. 1 apodal . .TO
French Twilled Flaossels best
quality cream. Ivory, several ehadee
of pink, rose, pale blue, turquoloe,
old blua navy, soarlet. cardinal,
deep rede, grays, grssn and
black worth .tt seees .OO
Pare Silk Bmbrotdsrod Flaaaols
elatiorata dealgna hematltohed. cut
out, squars or round scallops
daintily put up In attractive Chrlst-
maa boxes-sxceltent value
at ll.tt 88
tleverelble Jaeaaard Hot,. Cloths
Eiderdown flnlah-two and three
tone color oomblnattons 211
MORNING SPF.C I ALS To-morrow, Tue.day, Until 1 P. M.
To prevent dealers buying, Q, USA title restricted. No Mall or Telephone Orders.
Real Skin Horse
14 Fji1 41st St.
e LTT&ttTi : d m At- rr
VKAVUU xxsnlet, S"l plush wearer
n.rri... i..r.i.!i Kniilith ix I rlsh nsU
x;erlfnred on rriai:rtfi A "!"
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT
t r.is Dtwuoixts and leselry. 110 Vt 34tli
I CirgC "n 1004. Hture 10SU 3nl Ar.
ww qm ..sullies. Cstalisue
IIS UlAUilNU HI
Complete, tl en
Value r.00 9JJ3
Eight wheeled loeomotive
with brake n n d wonderful
sprinp, n lender and (hrec
beautiful car.n. a circle of tracks
five feet in diameter.
Bring the Boys to See the Electrical and Mechanical Toys
O'Neill Mala Biers Plfth gleer
A 13 inch kid
body doll, tleepirg
eye, nohair wijr,
inctnl ) i joint,
folding knee joints,
shoes and sttK-kitiR-'.
5 1 91 Rsnaisaanca Tea Cloths 3J9
70 Inch drawn work or lace trlm'd
centree leep lacs border.
A Sneelll T' w ' " s-m.m.'jt
irt uasas main ruoua.
9' i cl Bunalar Towellinrs
17 Inoh for dlslir-a (tr roller.
TOWKLUNUS MAIN K1IB.
91.98 Rsvsrsibls Tabls Cossra 1 05
Armure Damasks-1 yards square
two ton.il fringed,
ISM rt. Fancy Prrrales 3 inch TH
xvhlte. bines and re Is with atrlpea,
checks, figures, duta; alao plain
colors mill lengths.
WAHII Mil.., r AUItll'S -BARrTMEsrr.
22 ct. Hal and Hair Ribbons 14
riatlns. SMlrML taffetaa and Drea
detia -Mack, white unil sokara,
sUVBOMI main r it
(8 ct. neubla Widlk ChiKon Cleths .... S7
Newest light ,:, t dark nolors
VBll.lM.S MAIN FI.DilH.
S9 cl. Drssa Sarges 42 Inch M
F'lne wuraterl flnlah -garnet, brown,
nax-y and black.
duss ofjtini mm i n
9 cl. While Nainsook 36 inch 1$
Klne aort, allkv nnalltv fur Inrnnta
clothes ani fine lingerie
xl A I
21 ct. Tabb Oilr laths 14
All colors-alight Imnerfsotloni.
mhaiic pin Ttfiao ruooa,
12 ct. Bkschsd Hock Towels 7
iT'.s.w .oft linen flnleh.
rixx?.l.n -..lAiis I wis.
71 ct. Blaachad Sheets ,., 84
ixUO-ririn quality Inoh ham. ...-.,. . .
MI sT.INs H x -itil B.Nr. S9 cl. Satin Meualinea 26 inch .43
rliirr,,n ,.r !m. I'l 1 1 1 u h llrfht asd
11.94 LsstVr llandhscs i.s 1 durk rulora. also black
silk ai.il leather r.nel tlerman all-
xnr. meinl an. I i r.-erssl frames -le'ither
hstii;es various shape...
uaUTaM oood main riooa,
1) rl. Ran' RUraes 19
Madras, percalea nnd flannelettes
i-'lit, dark and medium-hand -collar
4 la 16 yeare
but' graSisiirS'iH tsisd floor
hii.kh main ruooa
29 rt. Mercerised l ining Sateana .21
y, liu-ii 1i1k!i lustre tii-Mt riilsjrs.
19 rt. Rabies' Flsnnslall. Vt rapptrs 22
IMnk and blue atrlpea with or
without rolling oollar and I'uffa.
IMF 4. NTH' OKI' XIII'MKNT HM'OMt FUOOI
$1.79 Fins While Waists I ll
. wn and Voile tucked, with han'l
e effect sK-allopesl neck SM
al. lsa torchon und fine Usi-u
trlni "tv atvles.
e Alert -i IBOOND FlxR.
S9 cl. Women's Nihl Dresses 43
Nainsook V yoke ami sleeve of
wide einh'y or round yoke laco
eniti'y and ribbon all alaes.
Mthi.in i NiiKitwmu SSCOaTD VbOoa
$3.50 Women's Ureas Skirts 2.M
Illack and navy all wool l'anama
Baal tniidels -resi. and extra sixes.
WOstaS'B -Klin's ,-,iAX).Nli FLiHilt
98 cl. Women's Flannrlelte Wrappers . .88
r.nix-, navy ami black stripes and
fUures -llnssl waiat -all alios.
XXK .l'ri;!!-. .-.U'uNlJ FLOOR.
29 rt. Women's rwhmsrs Clavsa 19
I clasp fleece lined-black, gi'J
GUIVF-S MAIN Fl.iiOH.
29 st, Women's Fitra Site Hose 19
Heavy Black Hnllnn flitsM sole,
Bal toe ni l top
uositiiti main ruooa
$4.50 Boys' ( liexiol Su.U 3.19
Nurfiilk ami double breast majority
have extra Irouaar t ii'. Krays
und browns s lo 14 veara,
iki-ss i'Isithim; TBIBD kuxir
Clock Signs Denote Morning HpeclaJs.
Look for toe CJoosaj Look for the Clocks!
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OB O NaUl-AtUm Co.. tlfa Aea Mag. to Aad St.. Near York City OO