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TH? EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1913
John McCormack at His
Beat in Joint Recital
' With Alice Nielsen in
Carnegie Hall Hun
dred Turned Away.
BY SYLVESTER RA WLING.
TW th Burn anniversary which Is to
observed by th Scottish Society
later 1n th tveclt hart bn Mt for
yesterday th musical ennqucat of Naw
prk by tha 1'nlted Kingdom of Oreat
Britain and Ireland would have been
i'afflnltill Am I nam with Mr.
r-. , ' ... , . , ' . dal'a "Uirso" and In MendelaaoTin's "O
1-u"""' . uw irmn len.rr, ai i nrni vid . ...
HpJI, and Kvan William., tha Welsh " th. Lord 'ah. was a d.llsht to
. . ., ,, , ., near ni Minim jUTounmn. iu
I with Clara Jiutt, the l.im. s!. con
tralto, at thn II .irwvdrnm. at nlkrht.
tner wai a near-monopoly of IBS dkjro
Spaslosl offprliiK. Th. only rival .nt.r.
talnmanta were the "einilax .Sunday nlht
concert at tha Metropolitan Opera
lt'Ji. and the second of the vaon's
sonata re. Hals by Tnv!rt and Clara
Marines at the llilasco Theatre.
John McCorma.'k's popularity WM st
tMtad by an., r rocord-lireaklnx ninll
mca. Taya bjm every a. at In the nuill
torfcim had been sold. Three hundred
T.an and irumen found plnrsa upon tha
stall.. The last Inoli of standing mom
w&a utlliied. llun1reda. at the Inst,
r turned away Small wonder thit
poaara whose eoewte at amc, and on
of th many extra numbers ah. waa
forced to add waa "Way Down Upon
the Buwanes Rlvar. Her diction. Ilk
Mr. Mot urrosiw.'s. waa admirable. Mia
Nielsen's accompanlot waa K. Rcmayn
Simmon. Mr. MeCormaek' waa Al
berto Illmbonl. A duet from "Madama
Butterfly" brought th concert to an
and when it lacked only Or nlnut. of
CLARA BUTT AND MA. RUMFORD
IN CONCERT AT HIPPODROME.
Clara Butt, th celebrated Knirilah
contralto, and bar tniaband, K.nn.rl.y
Rum ford, barlton. aa.lated by Manuel
Klein and hla orchestra of allty, and
Harold Craxton. accompanist at th pi
ano, gav a popular concert at th Hip
podrome laat night. They war heartily
npplauded by a lar audience, on,
hower.r. that did not nil th house,.
Mme. Butt ve free rein to her re
rnarknW vole. Bo much of power and
beauty It holds that no matter how
faultily ah. produoas It at tlm.a none
can fall to he impressed by It. In Han
th. discriminating', ah. waa not Tat
her alnflna of this ballad and of "Th
Loat Chord" famed sreat favor. Mr.
Uumford disclosed a very pleasing vole
and mnnner. despite hi not complete re
covery from a cokl, In "All Thro' th
Might," which Mr. William had aim at
Aeolian Hall In tha aftrrnoon: "Prink to
Me Only," and a stlrrlnp Border ballad.
He alao sang "When th Swallow
Homeward Viy" and "Thou'rt Passing
Hence." Mm. Butt and Mr. Rumfard
together sang Oorlng Thomas' "Nlifht
Hymn at Sea" and "Th Keys of
Heaven" th latUr with flne art a wall
Kvan Williams, tha Welsh tenor, who
has not been heard In New York re
cently, gave a recital at Aeolian Hall
. , - . -
STATUE TO CARLSCHURZ.
with which hTjgan. til other numhers
included compositions by Schubert, Jen
sen. Ware, Cadman. Hamilton. Harty.
Rachmaninoff, Campbell-Tipton and
Chart )tlbrt ft pro, hi acoompanlat.
The latter "Yesterday" was repeated.
At th end Mr. William sang tli old
WeUh air. "All thou' th night."
TIsvM and Hash Mann.a gav the
eoond of their annata recital at the
Btlaaco Theatre laat night before a
lang and distinguished ami nre The
programme, all Beethoven. Included th
rnaatar' sonata. In 0 minor, opua 30;
th A major, opus 12, and the O major,
opus M. Mr. Manne, at the piano,
showed all hep arcuatomed charm and
skill and Mr Manne has acarcily, ,f
ever, been convincing In hla playing
of th. violin. In tha laat number. es
pecially, thlaHra notable.
A performance of "Koentgsklnder" at
th Metropolian Opera House on Satur
day afternoon attracted and charmed a
large audleace. The caat was the famil
iar on that includes (tor aid In jcarrar,
l.lla Itohegon. Karl Jorn. otto Oorlts,
lleiss an.l 'Pldur, Alfred Hen, conduct
ing. Misbehavior on th part of two of
Mia Karrar's goes., which ah. had to
carry off the stag by foroa, caused no
"The Talea of Hoffmann" was sung at
the Metropolitan Opera House on Satur
day night for the benefit of th French
Hospital. Home tr.'"i. it waa said, were
added to the hospital's fund. Tbr caat
waa tiie aame aa at tha first perform
ance. Including Frieda Hempel. Ollv
Freirunart. Lucr.gla Rorl. Jaann Mau
iKi.ing. Marnes, Didur, Dlnh Ollly, Ro
thlef. De Segurola and Relaa, Mr. Po
Mr. stover Rsplatna Ream for
Mnrnlnaslile Park 'ear.
Park I'onrmla.loner Stover explained
to-day that there waa no occasion f r
complaint from residents on Morning
aide Heights of th. fenre about one of
tha bastion, overlooking Mornlngsllo
Park at th nd of On Hundred ana
Sixteenth street, and no reason for
A handsome brons statue of Carl
Schurt, publlrlat and statesman. Is to
be .reded th.r and unveiled probahly
on May 14, the annlvsrssry of hi. Ju.eph chonta Is Chairman.
death The statue, the work of Karl
Bitter. Is nine fed In height and I to
rest on a granite pedestal with granite
reliefs and atone aeata on each aide.
If I to rent more than I'.o.nno and Is
one of the memorials for which friend
of Mr Hi-huts have raised a fund of
mora than 1100,000.
The Park Cniiinilsalon.r ssld th
fen.', about which MM re.ld.nt w.r
mystlfl.il was put there pf th con
tractors who have charg. of th. .rec
ItOV. of th. statue. The work Is being
.ion. under the dlre.-tlon of the Carl
Si hun Meinorlol fmmlMe, of which
IN NK.W YORK'S SHOPPINO CgjpITER
PJT as Dry
Mia Allns Van Paerentaen. an Amer
ican lrl, only sixteen years old, was
pganlst. at th MatnnpolMan onncart
laat night. Desplt hr T h haa
won two prizes at the Paris Conserva
tory. Her youthful appearance and Pp.
imarkable technique captivated the
"- M.'Oormnok s;uvi better than o er. I waataffda afternoon. HI middle vole
MP man could have failed to be insplr'd ahOWPd signs of wear, but otharwl. It 'audience. The vocal snVnats w.r. Mme.
1j the regard and affection that w.ii held much of its former charm. He waa Kmmy Destlnn and Klccardo Martin,
uusd manifest fn- him. There was In especially happy In a Ma.ndel croup. The opera-house wa crowded.
Itpomcthlng of the gratlikotl :i of a . ' BSass,SSs''fa
proud and emotional peopl over one
of their own ra -e who had come to be
nagnaered with the trreutcst of his kind.
MP, McCirnia. k sang arias by Handel,
PiallL Pasgolral, Hue, Catnplll-Tli.
GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR,
WE PROVE IT 25 CEUT DANDERINE
Destroys Dandruff Stops falling hair Cleans and
invigorates your scalp Delightful dressing.
To he possessed! of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair soft, lustroiu, fluffy,
wavy and free from rlanilruff is merely
a matter of usi..g a little Danrlerine.
It is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get
a tS cent bnttl. of Knowlton's Danderinr
now H drii(f stores recommend it
apply a little as directed and within ten
minutes there will b an awpearance of
abundance, freshness, fluffiness and an
incomparable gtnes and lustre, and try
s you will you cannot find a trace o'f
dandruff or falling hair; but your real
surprise will he after about two weeks'
use, when you will sec new hair -fin. and
downy at first -yes hut really new hair
-sprouting out all over your sralp.
Danderine is, we believe, the only sure
hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and
cure lor itchy sralp, and it never tails
to stop falling hair at once.
It you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth
with a little Wanderinr and carefully
draw it through your flair - taking one
small strand nt a time. Your hair will
be soft, glossy and beautiful in iust a
few moments a delightful surprise
awaits rverv one who tries this.
ho la Hy'vla?" In lovely voice and
with fine art. But It waa Ml Irish
sojfka that pleased th most. "Th
snewy-hrran, .1 pearl," I hear you call
In m,' ''Mother M u-hree" and "Molly
RJpJilgan" the moat popular. Many a
lafjph he got for the humor of them
and many a tear for their pathna. Per
th enthustasn .- i.s h ; wi.m,
the bimI. Mr MoL'ornub'k brought
ion his two lovely children, clod all In
' ahite, to aiutre the applaua w.th him.
They had bei-n ooi-ervtxl In a box with
their mother and they hni proved guoh
esSoesnt applauders that everybody basl
faHsn la love with them.
If up to this tlm nothing has ben
'tMd of Alt-. Nielsen, th auprano of the
Heston Opera Company, whs jolnod Mr.
MeCormaek In g:lng th rc- ltal. It Is
oaly brcaus It uaa a M -Cormack day.
Mtaa Niels. n showed both lovely Vol 01
a ad)' art and got a generous share of
the'4pplauae. In two songs bv Charles
V7. Cadman, "Where Cherries llloomed"
and "At tho Keoet of the Dead," the
composer accompanied her. Mozart,
(Irieg. Ronald, Arensky, Rogers, Hem-
and TosM wero amonir the com-
YOU'RE BILIOUS! YOUR LIVER AND '
BOWELS ARE INACTIVE-" CASCARETS"
OUR JANUARY SALE
IS A TWO-FOLD BUSINESS PROPOSITION
MONEY SAVED TO YOU! BUSY DAYS FOR US I
A Sale for a Month with Constantly Changing Attractions.
Values such as only Hearn will give!
MAIL, ORDBll riLA,HI TJNlMB OTHKRWIBKI BTATKD.
JANUARY SALE SPECIALS
"Special" has a meaning here. . , .It is
applied only to out-ot-ordinary vaipe
Here are true Money Savers:
M ct Heavy Satin DmhpIu .74
W-lach bleached large assortment of
$1.59 Linen H. S. Cloths 1.T7
Ux7s llvr bleach full rang of
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR
Let judfnvent decide whether it pays to buy now Comparisons have proved
that Our Value more than equal any elsewhere to be found. We did not prepare
for a few day' excitement, but (or a month of great business.
Here are a few examples:
Sight Urease Nainsook and
llpht Urease .NalnsooK and
pmsils Umpire or round I
neck lace and wide Insert-1
Ing or emb'y and lac com-
blued ribbon run I
vulue .M Pal
Furred Tongue. Rad Taste, Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and con
stipsted bowels, which cause your stom
ach to become filled with undigested
food, which sours and ferments like gar
bage in a swill barrel. That'a the first
step to untold misery indigestion, foul
Canes, bad breath, yellow skin, mental
(ears, everything that is horrible and
nauseating. A C'ascaret to-night will
surely straighten you out by morning;
a 10-cent box will keep your head dear,
stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular,
and make you (eel cheerful and bully for
Oon't forget yonr children their little
inside need a good, gentle cleansing,
IO CENT aOXt-ANY DRUB STORE
ALSO 23 ft SO CCWT POXXJ
We Close Etenlnam nt K n-n.l-
Open SaturdauK I'ntlt in P. M
VJHr'iJ.ntaFrlen "J Att New York W utftr f 'irnuh iny
Koom In Your Haute or Apartmmt tor a Fmymunt of $1.00 a Weil
Wrtto tor ovr tm ROOK
1VT esMUlsrlac int.--tlna
S QR ftu. aMiM rEt Morrin ehir, velour .
oakTva.;;;-- D.yi5 cr,To;rv:i;,T.u;6.98
OCR UBRRA.L CRCD1T TBRM swlr also I nr. . mm . . . . .
ta lax Ulaad, New Jener and Uonwctlrat. I WC fay Freight and RallrOad Flit
JQmffl Btrf'''' Cp8pspsw
$5.00 SWEATER FREE
For the past two years in my Boston
store I have had a lare Gents' Furnishing
Department, which I closed out during the
month of December, and about everything
was disposed of except about thirty dozen
of fine coat sweaters. They were ordered
to sell by me at a price of $5.00. After
some dispute with the manufacturers I
accepted these, and I intend to give them
away in my New York store to customers
ordering Suit or Overcoat.
During the past month in New York I have cleaned
out everything that could not be classed as brand new, first
class merchandise, and with the cleanest stock in the history
of my store, I offer these sweaters to make January history
tor MITCHELL The Tailor.
CDVn A t 16-z- 'ne Blur Serge. C
-Vf?-Vn-ionot be bought d j A AA
in this city for L?T lloUv
less than $25.00.
Suit to order . . .
I am taking orders,
A thousand stylos of Worsteds, Cheviots and fine
Tweed suitings, to order, in all the
popular shades. These goods would (ft m A A
sell remilarlv for t0.00 mid up. My tirfl llVU
price, including .$5.00 ('oat Sweater
(lenuinc Johnson's Kerseys, one of the best black
L kerseys in the market, made up any & m g AA
stvle Overcoat, with or without velvet fD m lltVV
collar, including 0 ('oat Sweater
free. Overcoat to order
All the popular Plaid Back Coatings, lined with
half yoke, bellow pockets, ulster style AA
or sinule-hreasted, with or without slRov"
velvet collar, including $5.00 Coat
Sweater absolutely free
iL. I a L
me iirst i)
I havti 125 pieces of Wanskuk Black and Blue Clay
Diagonals. These goods are as staple as wheat, and
have been sold by me at a price of $25.00 since I have
been in business; but I have a great MLf A A
Quantity at this season, which I am v L svlF
putting in at a price of, including I
$..00 Sweater free, to order .JL V
This offer of Sweaters is absolutely without
any strings or any conditions. On ordering
Suit or Overcoat, a receipt made out and
dated from to-day until the end of the sale
will be equivalent to an order for a $5.00 Coat
I wish to thank the public and my many
customers for the largest business in the his
tory of Mitchell the Tailor's store this past
year, and hope in the future to serve you even
better than I have in the past. Wishing you
a happy and prosperous New Year, I remain,
MITCHELL, The Tailor.
Corner 40th Street
UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK
"AL ESTATE FOR SALE
--'-ir njLuWy ISLAND.
50 CENTS A WEEK
NOTH1NO AH BAH AH T1IM.
SOUTH HHORB, U)HH IH1.AND ICf TD
AB.inT ONE IK, I'll HUT. ' OLlF
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nib , mnilaJllon,
Nalnaook - J
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InrliMllns; ontlr yok ami
il.-fVM or nibroldrlra
larna. Mr. vnlu '.' 9 Sal,
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(nriri rT,r-QasjBfM anl
nalnaook P Ida kto. rlbbfin '
run or lar and two lnrt I
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Coraat Cr Nalnaook
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valu . Sal
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with ahadnw Val.
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n-Pc. Brtaal Sat- Nlht
Hrs. Cnmblnstlon, lvm-J
mat fin lrrnch nalnaook
alaborat trim of ftn r
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motifs worth n.l m
OtbsrSalaValuaa .). . IO.IM. .ll.PH
ra Nalnsnok- -
nb'y oomhlnad, I
i run amb'y or (
rag. . Sal"
Combinations - Nainsook i
Vokra of thrr row torchon i
lac or emb'y and Val. lar,
combined--dra'w and skirt t
UsPt HO M Sal)
f Dmhlnatlna Nstnoik -Walat
or rrlncraa atyl
ynkaa of nawrst laraa and
mbroldrl trlm'd klrt or
drawer -n-. pUI Sal
Combination Kriwh Naln-
ok Wnlnt, Critic or all
over rmbroldary tyl -lah-oratn
r.-ir IIPJ and Pt Sal
Otasf Haia Pasv i.S4 i.mt s.m s.ph s.nn
Prlnrrss Sllpa -Whit, pink,
hlu- vrtkr of lor. -non
rlhh.in aklrt witn
rows lac- rs- l
l-rlnrru Slip Nainsook -1
di-rp yokra of Prrnrh inb)'f
lour PU W tar or run. i
rwonej and yok
rrlnovea alia (Thro In onai
Mraaalln and llahntal Hllka
-whit, pink, blur, fallow,
Mark - bloomers, brassier
and iMineil slip -can be worn
arparalrlv If deatrml -valuea
4.W an, t.W le
mi... Mala Valui . IsP, ,1M,
Drawer Cambrle wklal
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or II. H. tucks rrs. .a Sale S
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I, Sal J
sook - 1
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Drswrra-Nainsook stralfht ,
or circular nntdals dslnll.istl
lar and embroideries, prt-l
tier than those oisuwhere
offered as a "Whit Hale"!
apelal at ll.Oo Sal
Olhar Sal Valuaa M. . I.SP
All Karments of th o roughly good workmanship and quality.
See Evening Journal (or other quotations In muslin underwear.
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PIAN08 AND ORGANS.
Here'i Your Opportunity
Thu wrrk Wr oflrr the grandeit liarcsiru a
uird p.ano at finally reduced pr.rc
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41 lad Mb t.
We Are the Only House in New Yori.
Selling Full Lines of
Sheets Pillow Cases Muslins and Sheetings
HELOW WHOLESALE VALUES!
Not Brands ManTrs Ticket Tell th Tale
No Mall or Telephone orders
HI XPO .
Valu H . .to
Valu Id lit
Valu .'JO I .t
Valu .a i-4
Value U. .115
Valu W. . .HQ
Valu M..T. .4n
Valu .... ..ill
Value .74 . .114
Valu .20 in
'alu .22. ... f K
Valu .21.... .IT
ii hi ,S, .
Value .71. .
II. R I'Ulnw C'ss ami Hhta A ami .-ta more reapeetlvslv.
Extra Ions Pillow ( , to 40H Inch Skt g 3 yards lone.
30 Inch blnrhrj-re. 04
Mailt -S Tilda
SO Inr-h fin blaehd r Its....
Uraii -80 tarda.
40 In. h imblachd wortli 0. ...
2i ct. Sheetinfo
T'nblsachd-2W yds wide.
No sam no dresslns -72x20.
Bhscts slxtO no seam--rs. U .
.5 42-1 n . re 16
,. M, rag, .10 .. .11
10 M-ln., res. .11. ,f2
0-4. r. .... ,ia
.17 7-4. roc . .in
0-4. re. 28 ... .T
-4. res. .27. . . II
.43 10-4. re-. "' .21
M r. .11... 9
0-4. r.. .10. . ,lg
M. r.. .10. . .18
Mi r.. M... .15
-4, re. .17
10 4, re. .17.. .10
at January Sal Price.
17-lncfh narnsley r-raah val. .10
17-lnnh Dish and Rnllar Tnwrlllnss
h .-! all linen valu .17
All I.lnnn Olaaa and Crash TowaVlnss
-also llleacheJ Twills- valu 21. .IN
22-Inch Fin Ltnan Muck Towsllrngs
-valu .40 JIT
COTTON 1)1 AVEniNtl-IO-yd pea
U.fnO vi reit.
INFANTS' WARM WEAR
January SsJe Offers Great Raxlurtiono.
Utlna rlannl W mppr ittiipod
Mi whit IVimet -valu ja
2 for .17
Marino Mhlrta and Hand
.1 yra. atrlctly perfaol
Infanta' IMmiet narrows
cambric band -valu .20
Lons Hornet Hklrta -cambric band
or waist vulue 40
IUbles' flannel llunda
17 ct. Blpachsd Towsllinf o WV
17-ln.li extra heavy quality PStSPSj
34 ct. Whits Linsrio 36 irnh J
Mofi flnlali -medium snd llsht wlsht
- pure linen-fur .treaae, walats.
unlfurins, fancy work, etc.
SI ct. Turkish Both TpwpIo Jt
lOxdo full bleach hemmed wl.U
terry bonier, extra sood .uallty and
27 ct. Union Uimmi Huck TowpIo . . .It
Hurt flnlshhemmed tamask bor-lers-stiip,
lircclun or m.mosram
49 and 59 ct. Embroidery Flouncing! .18
I to 20 tnrh-evetet. blind and baby
patlertia-oatnbrlc or Mwlss.
98 ct. Scarfs and Ssftiarss .77
Alao rcntrcplrcra wble borders and
cntre of ttenalasaiu'e lac or hrn
atltched with drawnwork and hand
19 ct. Lscs EdfPi and Inssrts ... M
Val. sliadow and 1'olat d Paris
2 to 4 Inch majority matched patterns-lowly
for llnserla Itnssis.
underwear, naps. tc.
$2.98 Erab'd Whits Vsils Rob. 3.
Heavy emb'y htrse dealpns scallop
Of hem affect-ample malarial lor
any style drs.
$150 Msn'o Purs Silk Shirts SJt
Heavy guallty-wJilt and colored
srounds soma with atln atrip
soft lurnback ruf fa perfect work
manship from well-known maker.
89 ct. Men's Docnct FlannaJ Pakusjss.C4
Pink snd blue stripes military atria
$9.98 Wotntrn'o Set re Dtpoopo . 4.71
AH wool black and navy round
collar and cuffa of Skinner's satin
lOrKi' a a tin buttons paual back
M to 40.
$22.98 Women'o Fur Sets 14.7
lllack Oraisaum or Frnch Coney
aliawl collar fltilahud with silk frop
or novelty scarf larse pillow muff
Heal I'luah .le.'ii shawl collar fln
lahd with larp ornaments round
corners satin Unas- els M to 40.
99 ct. Pprcal House Dreosso Jft.
Hound onllsr and cuff contrast '
hands hlsh wal.t -neat strip 14 ta
$1.49 White Voile Waist.
Pretty modl-trlm'd with Vl
cluny and torchon lac and emb'd
inadallloas Ions sleeves all slsas.
$2.50 WotMn'o CerseU
Low or medium bunt medium or
extra Ions lac and emb'y trim
ID to SO
NEW WHITE GOODS
at January Sale Prion.
Matchless Stocks utd Assortments.
91 TP Nainsook
U-yard piece ..1.94
St. 10 NaJasdoka 00-lnob-12-yard
t 40 p-rparh Sal aal I k SV kncly-10-yard
P 00 Llaperlsltavlaeeiak
4i-lnch- 11-rani plc
II m I ona Cloth 40 Itvch-
12-yard piece 1.4T
11.10 i.onp Clotka 00-lnch
12-yard plce )S
OB) Laap loth, yard wMe
u-yara piaoa 1.JI7
IBMj and 16 ot. Loaadal Caaabrtea H'.,
U ct Caaafcrlre 00-lnch
Oct rklyKalaaook 00-tn. .12',
10 ct. India LlBoaa 40-Inch 4S
04 et. Maujert HUe- ta-lm-h.. ,1
10 at Dvwee Voiles 40-knch 2T
MORNING SPECIALS -To-pjsjrrow. Tueodsy, Until 1 P. M.
To prevent dealers buylns. nuantlUe restricted. No Mall or Tlphon Ordra
II. .11. linn
vi ... i.r.
All lout or f. ...... I artlrle. ad-
I It, II... W.,.1.1 uiii i.
lUled at 'I'll World' flifiirnia
linn Itureau. fullltrr
An uilr. Perk It.ii, i
I pl.r.in tlfri. e. nnrtliwei.t
nrr .Istb at. anil llrnudnavi
World'. Il.iilem Office
Wot lU.'.ili St.. nl
Dr.--.:, in, Offlo.
Ion St,, lln.iii.lrii, f.ir
foil. n. i Hie nrlatlos
$3.9H H. S. Unsa Ittl 319
i 'loth snd doxnn napkins Austrian
rtifr. beautiful .Ii-sIiiiih
I.INtNs M VI N rlKB
24 cl. Usisn Unsa Hack TwU 17
hemstitched - wld burdara
i.tli viuv K1XKIB
i Ot Bleached Chsassrleths M
SO Inch c l.iae and absorbent -not
less than b yard Bur mure than one
pleco tu a i-uetutnet.
Ml sLOBt 1 v.tl2MErr
12' itt. l on.duths 40 inch . .8.!,
Mill linntlia of fine gualltlrs for
1VHIII. Until, MAIN FUXIH
tl.M Babies' Whit Drssses 74
Uwn ai d nalnaouk- yoke. HussWin
snd Krench !a:e, enili'v and hem
atltchtns aom with allover mb'
Hklrta--t7. Uj -mm
INI A.tT.S' I1XIT MKOITP PtfJOa
49 rl. Imported Lacs Caller Jf
White and K ru Kpaulet, H.ibee
Pjsrr ami n,und sty lea- copies of
ltaby Irlnh an.l V'enl.
VHI KHKAH MA1.H PUXB.
59 rl. Bori' Muslin Nifht Shu-It Jf
HrnLI trim with or without oollar
also heavy nap flaiiiii.lette -out
BiV' K I ' I L V l.illliii n
12.49 Men's Wool Swsster Caat. 1 66
lt.il SBd sray -with or without collar-
mic.n a niiNWHVH iiuk pixxm.
14 S0 Ulll Bom' Orercaol 3.15
Russian an.l iwln styles plain or
belted -chinchillas, plain and fancy
overcoatings I to in years.
Bnw niaYrtiiHu Titiuii rtooB.
U rl. Mohair Suilieaas St inch M
r i- round thrad hlph silk lustre
sray, .aruet, navy and black.
UttKHri iKMIIih MAIN rUiuK
Inch -chiffon finish -beet colors.
0ILKO -MsJM PLOOOt
17 rt. Upbssp .14
Hatlna, plain and molra taffetas anU
pretty warp prints--black, whits,
ribbons Mafji ruoam.
ct. New Art Tlduaas JTl
Aiso r rencn Taffetas srostio de-
elsns and coloiinss-for cuahlons.
draperies, window seats, tc.
ct Msrcerwad Madra lack .14
vtnite witn tan, biu black stripes
and figure eplendld for waists,
11.19 While Uwa sad Vsils WoJoto .n
amp y rront witn pean buttons or
' vmtwt vurcnon lace im
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WAUiTW SSXXJ.ND PUMK.
Clock Signs Dtnots Morning Bpc4als.
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