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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913,
18
Tristan" Again
With Fr ems tad
Singing Isolde
'Flraftj" m UK (Mm n
rorfrmnK of A
ana.
Anw CaMeeU'l Iriah-ajaxalrXej rnrnfJ "TVij
o" ti j Moriiia' ' anil o.en la I'll ajj Mondej
Mht : tin (Urn.!- TUv.n. ft. mum nMsrii
0, Alt', (.lair MT.it iae !t t rr.ajr.'d by
t : i i iKia r,,,av l.'rlniU
-. Tim Mu: ,hy ., be tha f'.'.ifd
tlx ait.-aalni..
MIASMS
fly WLVBSTER RAW LING.
4 WT.XiN U.VD IROT.liE" was
I rop, He I lit the Metropolitan
Opora Houae last nlKiit in a
Perform ntif- f rare beflrty and polrrn
ancy. t. To oanlnl cdhductoO a lib. a
fervor that held tho crowded hotse apoll
bound. rrom curtain rise to ouAaln fall,
throughout tfco three aots, there wla
never a whla.ier. The sweep ei the mu
' teemlr,,, .v';h ennobld human pas
sion, wa Irresistible. :v i.ireons left
before the end, which aba rae..-lind only
a few mlnii'. , before nildtilicht. Tha
eurUIn oulla lor the principal singers
after each act weru numerous, and Mr,
Toecanlal'a overy entrance wa the el.
ni for hearty applause,
Olive foemalal Imbeed her Imparaon
atlon of'leoile with the Imagination and
tha pneta-y steal make for genlua. ie
aaa not In her beat voice and sotiietlini-a,
' eepnrtaHy In rtrn flrat act, tha volume
of sound, from the oroheHtra earna near
to ewirreplng her In tha llebwetod, too,
aha laxSkod something ot force: hut In
tha loot Jove duat of the aeoond act aha
Wee thoroughly aaUafyinat. '' Mar; a -Ota
Mevtaenauer nde of BrarafraVte an lm
poaaner figure vocally and dramatically.
Lambert Murphy aa tha Shepherd and
tha Voloa of the Seaman waa plaaatng.
Wtr tha rest, the oast waa the aaiaa aa I
at tha hvat previous perODrniarice, Carl .
Bun-tan, alnatinx Tristan with convincing
art, Herman Well making miaou of tne
devoted Kurwenal and Putnam Orls
woid ajivtner lmpreaalveTieaa to K.ner
Mark. Julius liay.-r waa khe .Steersman. 1
ST. CECILIA CLUB SINGS FOR j
PEOPLE'S SYMPHONY CLUB..
Tha St. Cecilia club, a ohorai organ I-"
aatlon of more than one hundred worn-,
an'a voloai, under the direction of Victor
Harris, with the asslatance of hMwIn
Owain, bariione, and Cbarlea Qtlbert
fiprvaa. accompanist at the piano, gavi
ooneert at Aeolian Hall last evening
tor ttte benefit of Che People's Symphony
Club. A waa a pity that tha attendance I
waa not larger, tor tha Symphony Cluh.
of which Franz X. Arena la the mueloAl
director, la worthy of support, tor nota- J
lnal prioea It furnlahes edajoatlonaj eon
certs for students and workers. The.
conoerte are given at Cooper Union and
are always crowded with eager and at
tentive muslo lovors erho ahow taate arid '
discrimination. One of the orgairiaa-
Hons moat belovajd by them li the :
Kneisel Quartet, and Mr. Knelsel has
said that ho Is never happier than when
he is leading his quartet before them. !
All this and more Mr. Arena explained j
batweaa the trwo parts of the pro
gramme. Only by furnishing oppor
tunities to all the people to hear good '
music, hs said, could there be estaV '
llshed a, school of American music.
Harrfrgf sotm shrillness in the soprano
choir, 'the chorus had good tono and
was wall balanced. Anions its moat
successful numbers were Q. W. Chad
wlck's "Htabat Mater," Bruno Huhn's
"Destiny." i:thelhert Ncvln'a "When
tha 1-and Wai Whlto With Mooiillg-ht."
In IfkkM Mrs. Flagler sing an Inrl
iletitat ' aolo, anI Cleorne Hetiaciicl's
The Doll's Wedding SonK" Th. last
two were repeited Two North Ameri
can Iridtan songs hy Cailnian Harris,
From the land of the Sky-B:ue
Water" and "The Moon Drops Low"
were sung at the e-d. Mr. Swain's
songs were hy Hrahms, Schumann,
Tsrhiilkowsky, Woaimin, Harris and i
Spross.
Francis Rogers, baritone ana Howard
Brorkway, pianist, gave a Joint recital
at Aeotlan Hall yesterday afternoon be
fore an audience of fair size. Mr.
Rogers began with a group of songs hy
Haendol, Snrtl, Brahms, R'lMnstrln and
Orieg. Then Mr. Prockway played four
of bis own compositions that showed
originality In the playing of these ho
showed good taste. Following this, Mr.
Rogers sang four songs bv Mr. Brock
way, all In the modern manner, the mist
effective of which waa "Axhndoe," that
held no little sentiment and conjured
up recollects n.s to many f the place
that Ilea near to Klllarney. .some hoarse
ness had crept into Mr. Rngersja voice
In his laat group, half Freneh nnd half
BnaTTtab; but he put spirit Into the 8ml
trtah melody. "Off to Philadelphia," of
tha regular programme, and Into an
added number, "A health to King
Charles I"
Tne Slnshelmer Quartet gave Its aec- ;
ond concert of the season last night at
Itamford Hall to the pleasure of a
friendly aodlcnoe. The programme be
gan with Mosart's quartet In D major,
Xo. tl, and ended with Dvorak's quartet
in E flat major. Between these two
nanvbera Betty Askemsy, pianist, and
Jacques Renard, 'cellist, played Saint- i
Metis's sonata In C minor
The sale of season tick-eta for the '
forthcomlirr afternoon cycle of the
Nlbelpngen King at the M tropolltan
Opera House began yesterday morning.
For several hours there were four rows
of applicants In line, Che boa office re
ports. Aline von Baerentzen, an American
girl of slxieen, who has talkon a first
prize for piano it t the Paris Conserva
tory, s to make her New York debut at
the Metropolitan opera House concert
next Sunday niu-ht. She Is not to be
presented as a "prodigy," the manage
ment Is careful to nnnounee.
Krr teat In U Com,)? Theatre has bean
I SoM Vrr t'ia Fleaar How pitsj btnrflt pfTformat,
I OU Well 'aj night. Mil 20.
st the Ratal :.
Hrrrllna ban r
Iba fcurtli Iruua Miamln
Iti-ca. t a km ela.-a tn-iar. 1
in .'d for rA't:ns Vifn.1' ralirr'l llay "Ie Haut
i '. ' ... i ii . IB ;n : -I at the Thaatra du
aiMletUle la I-srta. 13
Mi tVmatta Minna Millar,
sol is lulo TiiiaVTllla.
1011.
a womaa sftatof.
TAFT AT TWO DINNERS
HERE NEXTJATURDAY.
Honor Guest of the Ohio Society,
Following a Cornell . Function
Both at the Waldorf.
There will be some notable guests at
the annual banquet of tho Ohio Society
at the Waldorf-Astoria next Saturday
night. The topln for the oookslon will Ue
the Battle of Lake Erie, whose one hun
dredth anniversary this year la to be
mark, I by the erection of a monumnt
at Put-In-Bay, overlooking; the waters
I where Comuiodors Perry aohlsxed his
I victory.
I President Taft will be tha guest of
I honor, and In sddltJonli to tha commis
sioners of the Statea that are Jointly
erecting tha monument there will be Ad
miral Peary, Oen. Miles and Rlohmond
P. Hobaon. with various Federal. State
and city officials.
On the same evening tha President wilt
I attend a Cornell dinner at the Waldorf
In honor of former Ambassador Andrew
J. White. After a brief stay (here he will
pass to the hall where the Ohio Society
jsnquetera win be awaiting him.
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NOTES OF THE THEATRE.
H. B. IVin i-r who for a awsjlisi of !ara l as
been aitlnit uudtr r Tie iiniissaiiallil f tiie I.ieti
una, lii.iM,-i i i,r the ilUwUon of Maurii
rrai,l-lt lr IWirnpr sill luirui rln4jaali in a
new pl ly I'aul Ulekesr aaa (liarlaa ilwiilarl
eiitltlol "Tim lliioat BietJsaT,
joim B Ki-iii-M, in bsa bees -iiatu "nmi.
uPnfsf Mn ei at tlsraeri TraSssj. aiU :
I IT1UI a iwiai oi .-"t t .iiuii ui
tea."
Hi,nry W Saiaje'i, prrvlmllon if the LaiKlers
ll.ii ... -I fa'ilaiy "S MiunvhiTa as' w.ll DOSS 1
m th,' Hr'iav llMstrs oa afeadsf Blant Tha .
'.let- i tut "l.lii4( in I'lillmli-ll'hia.
, ,
Ornl iury i iM-'ia flnhaji WUiii .rillter
ksaia taalM lua raw mm the nulianj waa I
aawntf urar auil over main Uiat Cuhan ia the ;
Hrwu4t iilavviririit, a-!nr, iiiualial mrui-'iiar, man.
asar arid senim la bis axrnd. wilUI repeata il'
ton tin t tl Cohan aaWa whu the tiiun in. ' Your
inn father." reiUei r-:.. hiarjlus awur.
Mies Violet lUwmiT. aWJ ilanrait in Otla Skili
nar'l ' KiJtilfl" laat nr, anl who iwrtly waa
pBlbt it the Oi.hn 'l '-.itre In "Ttie IraiurliUr
aif Hem,-" will ma a RMSW ilarav rK'ital at
la- i y euin Tl aa'.tv ra tiie sneaaaoa of Ktb. 11.
Nuluui fisalw'i uliMtrs will iilay.
Tiie ananlsa nlifiit. si I' nun r!iar'e naw opar-
--n l;ri ilii'i r.'irfe 1 nia. Ini ISM
.. ui.ni...n tin Tliitradav. Jan. LM at
I UJ .' ,P', ... .,,: 11.11 All ,,. UI,.,
wmn
liaa utt'ii
V
laini'i
flalw Psda arlU i It) tha MOM r..la In "Tha
Umw nK"i Bipwaa, a hill In th nania of tiie
Sim nindliotcw i nns to ;! WlBtSf liar lea n
RJ 'i2J o n-iJ,a "Bms.tw to Karla." NV1
W.ilatra In U rwatuDa anil rhe pro.lurtlon ia
Kl J'lM'i' '. H-rbart and Haruld AUar
El lf, ire., b) Jn SWlwam.
a
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Wall Paper
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wiinrn,
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8C BB9SOOM, XITOKTM, .t. AJKU
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tiling for hotels, imurtllng Iwitisea,
clc. ; Kuiia quality ana
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Great
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Sale of Yvette
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MAL WATT XaUa
BTWZTCHES
to in. long, now Ma
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20 In long, now 8
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21 In. long, now S.aa
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Prepud mil order, filled.
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atfl
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ap
TheUndermuslinSale
Offers Uncommonly Rare Extra Values for Friday
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toT or oown
eep heavy
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Night Gown (at pictured
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some lace 'trimmed; Me vnlue, at t
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i up and har.l
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mail with etnhrol I -ary;
ribhin at
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i iii-kerl
WIITI SUIT
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CLOTH
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I SWTthWI.lM
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at .
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f I Trrp flnuri' n nMth
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MAXI. OMIM nXsLBD
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mm
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WgST STREET J
WAXatwOOK OOUST
OOTBaVO (Ilka cut).
Val. lace Inanrtlona,
ribbon run, A
bending area IMf
lacs edaje. at wm
FREE Theatre Tickets!
THROLNVH special nrrar.ijcmcnts with tic Marcus l.ocw en
terprises, we will pve FH 1:1", to every visitor at our store, a ticket
for the new l.ocw Avenue I) Theatre, corner Avenue B and Sth
Street, which opens Saturday, JanuaTy 18th.
Ticket a admit ItrtllM only and are for the beat aeeta la tftw
thowtrw, aood lor Monday, Jan. atth. to and tnelualvo ot Frfday.
Jan. 4th. Eny a arat-elam vaudeville, with aw eeinDM
menta. ABSOLUTELY FREE for the aaklttfl. Given oat at atieetal
booth on Main Floor.
Men's Overcoats
And Suits at $4.65 That Were
$8 to $10
Well tailored wool casslmare and
worsted OvercoalJ, In tlve newest
shades of gray, brown, etc.; reRu
lartlon or converllWe collar models;
ill lined with Koi id substantial lin
ing; herringbone, firm ribbed and
diagonal effects. The Suits em
brace all the season's Winter fab
rics, Including black thibets
and lighter
shades: Fri
day, fj v r
coat or Suit,
at
Men's Sample Drc and Business
Pants
Every site, every waist measure
is In the lot;
worsteds and cas
simercs, In Fri
day's sale, at
4.65
1.19
Rousing Clean-up Sale of
Boys SrOvercoats
$3.00 Chinchilla Overcoat at 1.59
Iilue or dray Chinchilla Overcoats with
embroidered em-
1.59
Boys' Blue Serge Norfolk Suits 1.98
ill
plaid lining and
hlems on sleeve;
also some mix
tures from hroksn
Iota, atxaa I to S
rears, limit 2 to a
austwner, at
Allan mixtures; alses 7 to 14 Tears;
Blue Serge Douttle-Brsaated Knlokor
Suite, slses a to 17 years;
regulation Russian Bulla ol
Iilue Perge; sizes I to
years, at
1.98
Boys' Winter Suits or Overcoats at 2.9S
nine Serge Norfolk Suits; also mix
tures; slses 7 to It years. Double
breasted Kntcken Suits; alses S to 17
years. Oray Chinchilla Ovsrooata;
alsea 7 to 1" yeara. Con
vertible Collar Overcoats;
Kilns to 17 years, at
2.98
fS7 NOTIONS
waraaiTi usaa-M rvsu - an tie a ljuated to
iij iinmni, ncuvy irun sunn, ssirt
reinforced with S-lrich rnctal henrVs;
walat cnerid with jersey cloth; nliee
SS to 42; rpaclal nt
ADjvaTABX.ii Dmreg. roataxa ..diuataiiie skirt
and extension stand, adjusts at neck.
litist, wnlst nmi h1is; made In an, a.
anch enlarglnK in Inches at bust;
fi.Qv vaius 'Hi,' cut)
0T: winO SILK -For i .achlnes; warranted
fen strength snrt annuiith finish; shown
In all shades, lnolndlng black and white, at
OOTTOH I'll XX X.
apeclal at
Full 14-yard rolls.
1.79
abls eklrt
4.98
2c
8c
POOL OOTTOSTrerrlval Hrand. aoft.
auiooth tlnlah; 100 yd. ,.,i. iilaclc or
whlti', at
at o it A ist Tnnvi am
on X.A0B3 -Fxtra
strong. 4-4. li-4 and
s(isclal at
A D J V TAHT.H COL
1VAB BTAYB Slip
out styls; 4 on card;
peclal at ,
8c
3c
wafls mm AZ.it
ovarn n a i a
All shades
2c
lKaC
at a x a vxara iieary
Ja inntied, crimped or
M' ii . it. If papers
KAIL USDSU riLLtD.
5c
Another Phenomenal Underpricing and Extraordinary Sale of
Women's $15 Fur-Fabric Coats at 6.98
This Magnificent Collection Consists of Persiana, Astrachans, Seal Plush and Pony-
skin Fur-Fabric Coats
All full length garments, finished with large silk frogs lo the
new ide effect. Some with large plush collar and cuffs; others
der shawl collars of seh fur cloth. EVERY COAT LINED
THROUGHOl'l WITH 2-YEAR GUARANTEED SATIN In psstsl
shades and black. Sires t4 to 18 years for mhses and M to 46
bust for ladies. Bons-flde 15 value; while quantity lasts, at..
1,000 $: Heavy Coats at 2.98
All Wool Kerseys, Heavy Meltons, Etc.
Large shawl collar of silk imitation Persian
or Baby Lamh; others buttoned close to
neck all full length
garments, in sizes 32
to 46 colors, navy,
black, crav. etc.; all
IS values, at
2.98
500
1.98
$4 Cheviot Coats at
Alio Heavy Meltons, Etc.
Pull length garments with shawl oltar, and
cuffs of double faced polo doth; others
with Shawl oolrar of
caracul; strictly man
tailored; colors gray
or black, in sizes 32
to 46; while they last
1.98
$5 Silk-Finish Corduroy or All-Wool Chiffon Broadcloth Dresses at 2.98
Also all-wool "rrench Serge and Diagonal Dresses; not s gsrnient worth under S, st which price you'll
see them on sale at most specialty snops; sues l to to years lor misses; a iu
44 bust for ladles; also all-wool Diagonals and handsome fancy worsteds, hand
somely finished with lace collar and Jaboti satin collar snd cuffsi long or short
sleeves, finished with Inset lace frill; colors, taupe, black, nsvy, grsy, brown, etc.
Sale price Friday (mall orders filled)
2.98
Curtain & Upholstery Specials
Uncovered Open
Bolster Rolls
4.S. 4 ft.. 8 4 ami
8 ft. sices; won.
no mail orderv; a
r.irulurlv OSrt. awaaaa
40-in, Curtain Scrim
Crow. -bar weave In
Arabian m a
only; llo. M
Opaqi
Ail a
ue Window Shades
axe perfect; ixi ft.;
Man aolora: ra la
bia roller:
our ri'tular
JSO lit. ml,
at, each
colors, rella-
$21c
asa aaa t tin . e-
vnildren s White rur Kobes
ExxMllant quality fleece
linerl; a rolie duslrrnfd'to
kaop the bruby warm; In
carriage or ko- 4
oart sua: worth 1 KK
I2.S0 and 13, at AeUV
Couch Covers, 59c
Homan atyle tapeatry
courh covers with fringe;
run size; re
versible; ape
cial at
ii i rinse;
59c
quality, at. )
yard
$1.75 and $2 Renaissance, Irish Point, Brussels and Colonial Design Scotch
Lace Curtains at 1.00 a Pair
Full $ yards long and SO Inches wide, in white or Arabe; all double thread
weave, with overlock corded edge; newest pattern's; sale price
BCAXXi OBDEM rtXUID
100
Matchless Linoleum News
Featuring for Friday: 100 rolls of Wild's XXX quality;
regular 49c grade Cork Linoleum, at, sq. yd.
Even In the face of the rapid rise In tht
cost of producing this famous linoleum
our pries Is M per cent, below all
othersi new goods, handsome l'lt pat
terns for kitchens, bathrooms, stores,
offices, etc.; 2 yards wide; no remnants;
ssls price, square yard
Nairn's $1 Quality Inlaid I Engliih Enamelled Floor
Linoleum, 78c Oilcloth
nfr
37k
A branil known to i-vnry mm An wlilths. tile or par
bniHiviri-; in nil rm iii,-i iiihii- puttern
new l-JKi UoalKi.a. at, m rM ul, nlsewliere ut Jf.c;
per aaoaff yr-a w -mm i ai, wiuaru yuxl...
BBISTS KOOSS SrmAaUSSBBSIJrTTa WITH von
24c
Furniture Specials
This $40 Massive S-Piece Parlor Suite
tm laftitfo Plro. nuiwlwy otiBrti-art.M
an 1 rarveKl. btsiLb p(;ir,Frj. claw fr- t m
i'luoth ; iifr-l K-i.'ir acMln aprln A
Vsttm
Hi
sTl
mnrafrostr--
Itkolsva-TM in
pte -t, i. . .
29.75
w i r: 1
WyaSav l.lkr rut. I.-SO ' ""-
I 1 49
Baby's High Chair
m aa A
A v-ia-a'.ia hlah back, ltrwan to UX
to-ewn pceracra; Ilia cm. si hivv
J
$9 White Cotton Mattresses
tn4 bnJH; routr taBkod. fTonl in v r flaeet fr4e
Fit -ii silo ii Tt hi of
Holla Oftk -llt.tl.iy
pollehod topi lion
heart and rlttw
feet ; largo pad
tail ; usually
n no, q QQ
price) . . i7a70
5.49
The best rug bargain news you will hear of this season.
Reliable make Rugs at cost and less than cost.
Smith's $20 Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs, now 13.95
Household Utensils
An Interesting Dinner Set Special
Blxe 9x12; all new
Hl'rina rjasUfM and
oulnnaVs; woven In
one tiiene; patterns
for library, parlor
Of ill nine;, room. Fri
day n.f. !al at
13.95
Usually IM
rich hltfh
suw
10.6x8.3 Heavy Persian Auninster Rugs
sort
"WB In new
nap; hard
two-tona
wearing
orown;
wiava;
$9 Tapestry Heavy Pro-Brussels Ruga at 5J7
12.50
Blze 9x12; (ra.'xl. hard-wearlruf (susJtty; ahown
In I'erslan or iwn-tone oolorlnra; can bs oaad
on eithurr side; reduced to
All-Wool 9-Wire Brussels Rugs at 9.
Blia S12 ft.; ahown In floral. Persian and new
all-o-ver dfisltm; reduced to,
American Reversible Smyrna Rugs
Bias IO.IS.T.1, Sun value, at 0.96; slie 9 k 1 2,
lOO'i value, at 7.9 lixli, lfi.OO valun,
at 12.9S; six,i '.ixil rt . . vnlue, at
5.97
"9.97
3.95
ParfaaUy
Wood-Filled Rcverbjble Dining Room Art Rugs
rvertilM; iire 9x1 ft ar l.tSi m O AF
ft., valuel t IB.50; atpctel at aJ.ZI aJ
MII-HNMM, OAK
III: V I IV, NTOV 8
him lb wmwn v
mi fir for
MrflM ; tirarjr
rut trn ftr
pt. flttl vtltrt
otuklue, and
d r W Orjaritru
nr' ftrwl trim
uxrA with hea7
ittrka. . 1
f'Kit ml!, etTrw
r f t a sUid
- o (illtf.
7.98
Perl ail Iimi
(III. IIK.ITI7KH
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il r ii BS. SaM
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Uare oil tank .
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C B MTI'll
wiiiTrn-Asss.
Hvassa
A cemblnatloa
aaa b u r n ar.
Klvln araai hut and
I'aautirul iivht. bcah
al
I au unc. ja.
In osaK Uat
V UK,
Ml. N IMI.VAMKBD 1KOV AHH CAWal
Heavy Iron Btavasl rala- a m I
furca.l but i 'ma, Iron -buund I k
top. und U.Hmiiib aaaVl
IU MINIM Ml- HWCOTANr CIh.I..
or i uiio i 41. alaa; value
SUc auU (Ss etieolal
33c
100-Piece Dinner Sets
Friday at 2.95
4 25 0ws
Si I Ju t Of whl : . ) American porceUhi. oojnplete
mil llVt F-af aat ,ut' ' - L,'"t'lM raular O f f-
ml w 5 j;:' ?.B.uo. Z,8 5
Special Reductions on
Infants' Wear
Infants' $3 Silk Corduroy Casts
box
U o n Ii I s hresarrd
at y Ira. In brown of
raV, with quilted lln
Ire. Wr.i to S yeara
Kri.luy, at
1.88
Lang Nainsook SKee
10c
elomrea trimmed
i no mall ord.
lllai'iop style: neck and
trimmed with Hn
ra); at
Infants' Shear Lawn Dresses
French atvles. full umbrella ruffle
of fine embroidery, tacked yoke
with embroidery Insertion; i 1
lies I , il ..ir. Friday sLAf
at w
Infant.' $1 On J rser-Drawer Leffisa, Ste
jereey croirt with riltiforeed
tin. totn.l at aide, on tost
and foot, for boya Mm
Stria; 1 to S years; brcwn.
gray, nary, white and
Miacli . raale nrlce
MAOi OBaOSTM ;
59c
.tioxii .r i .
Waists at Half
aaa x-nffiaavrsi ajtb toils
waxaTSJ, SOa Mails f.om an ex
cept lonal Kml iiuallty, trimmed
with Vsneltan lace and panel
ni.ria. A numner or
rari-tty ratylee to choose
from; all sites; Talus
So; special while iiuari
tit) laata. at
49c
Sheets. Muslins, Etc.
Linen Finished Best Sheets,
nirached. eoft flnUh;
alsea 73xSO arrd t4xS0;
limit II; at
Unbleached Mus'in
)."!. firm quality, mill
lenirtha, from 1 to 10
yarda; at
33c
31c
$1 Juliette, 69c
LSJaVTaUSS ASSD TUT mi-
BTTM, raursAT, aaa.
Hurt kid leather uppers, plain or
cap ma; In tan or black: Xatve
aVabker Heals (auaranteed for
year i. also all fait, warmly lined,
in brown, wins and array colore;
alxea 1 to t.
linens. Towels
BWarhad Table Daasaak r
IDC
Mill lenrtha from 1 H to
e yua. ; tars, aarii-iy, ra,
Turkish Towels
Kxtra nuallty; an odd lot
rioua slxsa; hemmed and
fringed; red and White
bordera; worth up to lie.
t f
Standard Apron Ginghaaa
In a larxe ranee of
clucks, plaids, mostly
hluesf special at. yard..
In
52c
Soiled Blankets at
One-Half
200 slightly soiled Ulanketa re
ceived (0 par csnt. mark down.
embracLu blankaua, whe-.h have
..., in.- encntiy soiled rrom
handllne, out not In
tho least drtraotlns
from their valtis or
wearing: qualitlea;
now ST.90 to
1.19
Winder Underwear
aijoo asm
'AJa, tee. ManuTaoiurars'
nail lots and our own broken
aaeoi tinent of heavy natural wool
ahlrta and a raw a as, in all aixaa;
beat of finish throughout, regu-
larty so i.i at li.uu ana
1 1 . S 5 ; c I earing aal a pr lea,
per garment
ree. samara ajtd rra arwma..
SUM, 80o Heavy wool mixed
aweater coat. In osrora
or brown: double cufta
and bottoma: 7S val. at
is; rasria-
59c
wrnmAm.
1 mixed
39c
Corsets
oounx.
I. o n a.
nmraf
hips, with 4 boaa sup
IH.rtore, alsea IS to
to, apaclal. at.
oloae-
44c
Drugs, Etc.
Hal llrpatlra. ifto
y mi.
Iruetllla fur liennrd aaada lea
1e
ft Oo else. . . .Bar
llepstlca, -'ft,- slxs . SSe
lie I'lae t'oesh Kirue with Tar He
uilue Cream, 2ftc ilea ISe
llauuirlae. 2ftc alaa .
Ilar'a Hair Health.
Silverware
OSSSiaf AST arXTBB TBS BPOOaTS
Kxtra heavy weight; a sa
value Jc a half doxen; I f
special at a a w.
an. viia ruTso odd coa
OBBAJS INOtl Kerry forks,
oyster forks, pickle forka, butter
aprendera and kntvea, augar
sliells, orange apoone, table
spoons, forka, and salt and ay
pepper shakers; values up If
to J,,.- eaoh, apaeial
Silks and Serges
36-nrcat uiMi astd i-ajiot
snVTUSSaa In a large na
anaortuient of colors and AMf
aiyleM. 60 qualitlea, at.. SP07
TajfcD-wxDai zauaTOaiaa axavat
SOSfauaa in plain and brocaded
efforts; ahown In a large assorts
ment of tha moat popular shades
for street or evening Ma
dresses; regular &0o JIMI
graile. at
Batiste Robes
rine quality, aheer allhr batasta
In w hile, tan, blue or pink: oon
slaiing of three varda (46 inchaa
wide) skirt flouncing, I yarda of
wide banding. A yarda of plain
for waist, will make a1 AO
ra:,..4f.'r.; fl.o
:1 milla,4Hirr i. WW sins a
t tlclrlr.

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