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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH I, 1913
KOHLER GIRL FREES
DOYLE, DENYING ALL
Girl Whose Testimony Frees
Young Brooklyn Society Man
CHARGES ON STAND
Young Brooklyn Society Man,
Accused by Her Father. Is
Discharged by Court.
HELD DRINKING BOUTS.
Coney Inland. Hotels and
Yacht Figure in Revels De
scribed by Witnesses.
"Hi room In M tti Flat.tmsh Po
Bee Court tmalna It don nil too
mall to hoW th rnwd that aasnmldrd
tO-dy to hear the testimony In the pre
Usraiiary anamination of Walter K.
Deris of No 177 flrtss avennr. aMUeed
of criminal asaaiilt trpnn Martha
XohlT. the prst ssysntrsn-Vf-ar-old
asjarhtsr of Jam Knhlar of No. 31
KWKlWtt eirefrt. Klatbuati. RMN
and vi.un mm swarmed Into lha
eairtrooTn unt'.' It was Jammed. They
taafllied on window allla a:id steam radi
ator ami t hr ovar(1iw etruaalcd outald.
for point of vantacr at rho loor.
Doyle, who alper to be bout twen
tretx years ol1. nn so-uard of hir
ln tha Kohlar girl to Wyman'e llotai.
In Surf avanua. Coney Ialantl. on or
bout July nf laat year.
Miss Kohlar inaila a cnnfeeelon to har
father a month ao and put har rlinrK
In affidavit form. Hume time later alia
ran away from hrnne and went to At
lantic "lty. where her father found
liar at a hotel with another lirooklyn
Irtrl. Mis Kohler ram hark to lirook
lH with her father, hut announced ahe
lorrd Doyle and would refuae to aj
rear asalnat him In the pollca court.
lie changed her mind aaaln and dl 1
teetlfy to-day. nut alia wn not a will
ing wltneaa. rtlie udmlttad a"-:naiiy-In
iKjrvte to a hotel but denlet he of-
farad her any liallanlty. On i'n line of
fratlmonv Doyla arae discharged.
TEACHER TELLS OF MEETING
AT BRIGHTON BEACH.
Mlaa Kohlar smiled moat of the time,
while ahe aaa on the a It mm aland,
and looked almost continually at lxile
who studiously avoided her gate
Robert I'.Wler, 00111 for I'oyle, ctoaa
examined t ... complainant and Mis.
Medio llei-mahaii. alio waa filth her at
The testimony oruiiaat o it mctliiga at
Coney Island, ,oiig JrlnklTig teas. one
at that rraort and m a Brooklyn aalooa
and a vlilt tu the Hpartmenu of Art'iur
Ksvansirom. a aon of iho lata former
Uorough ! re. .lent uf U.-ioklyn. Ifl th
Bt. George 1 1 r - : Mis, Henna'.. jm waa
u. it. at witness, huu told of going M
Urigiiton llaanh on an efteraooa hut
July, with ML- kohler, whom rhv had
known for several montlia at th
and t ..! other K U la, Jm
mm s i rvj
1 ml3l WWm
3 afl aaW
X MM Wi
ii I H W
a aaaaaal BaaaV
V MM LfaW
I Bi mm m
. I Ifl I
Reiterates Her Plea to Senator
Wagnff That Experiment Be
Tried in New York.
t' NOT 'DIRECT WORKER'
But Interested in Social Prob
lems and BlltVC3 Present
Police Methods Wrong.
: weei; ny nriuiioi
J I In Irad to aid the ootni
X I inn i ccommeiidatlona f
f mltfhl i Id the Polloi
Pauline Uaaln. On t ic llrighton Baaull
boardwalk, the frll met lo le aid
"I Mt home Lite In t tie afti . noon."
aid tha Wltnai", 'and len Minn Koliler
and rfoyle together. The next morning I
called uniatr. Ioyle on the telephone and
aaked Bin how he got along wito
jertha the night before.
"He aald. "Oh, I wa drunk and a waa
ahe.' 1 aaked him If he waa going to
marry her an I he laid no, ho had
tl ought It OVil and III. I decided to le
noilii u bachelor."
Mlaa HannaHan then told, piecemeal
it ii J a lilt relUl lance, of oaotkov oa aoion
In which Doyle und lha Kohler girl
iikurci. The aaojlanlnl of ihla incident
aj In a aataoil at i 'out l and RaMtoa
nee in, Brooklya
Miuth.i and 1." aild the wltneaa,
'were with Mr. DOFld nd J.ick Keya. r.
We aut that! drinking until abOUl II
o'clock In the evening, when Arthur
Hwiitialroni came In and mud he had all
uutnmoMic oataMa. ii.- auygaatad we all
go to t'oney lelnud.
8AY 8W ANSTKOM TOOK THEM
TO HIS HOTEL.
"We rode down to the Intand mid h id
pome drink). In a hotel In Stir! avenue.
Then we rode to the lledford Iteat, u
iwna aod 1 roadhouaa in Baatem Parkway and had
Eat and Get Thin
Thai la turning an eld phraaa fane about,
hat modern method of reducing tat ha.e
aaaae tola revlalon poaalble.
If yeu are overfat and alee averee to
Btiralaal eiertloa and llkewlee fond of the
table and atill want lo reduce your tieeee
fleah aeveral pounda da this: o le your
Oragglat tor write the klamola Co.,
farmer Building. Ietrolt, Mich.) and give
him (or tend themi 7S cents. Kur thla
medett amount uf nioaer th drugglit win
gat you la the way of aatlafytna your lata
bltlon for a ale, trim. llm figure. Ho will
head you a large aae of Mermola fre
ecrlntlon Tablet ( ompouD.ld In accord -tee
ailfe th famuu atarniola I'reecrip
lloal. on of wliti h you null tU after
eeeb nial and at hedttm unul you hio
ta iue your fat at the rate of 12 to 10
auac a day. That I all. Juet go oa
aatlag what you like, leav irrlf1ng tu
tha athietae. but take your little laMfl
faithfully and without a doubt that flahbr
f'eah will qul'kly lake unto itself wings,
laaadag behind It your natural self, neatly
In firm flsh nd trim muwla.
n.orc .Ii inks. WliJo we WOfl -it IhO
BodffkTll Roal I lool.id .u tlie Clock and
saw U w.ia J o'olock la lha morntai
"I ooaldn'l go i.om a' thai hotu and
aaked Arthur SA.uo.irom whit art
afcoaal do lie sucaaatad ata ia to tic
st Ooorta Hotal, arhara aa Uvod, w .
attda to the hotel and kg went in ulon...
After .t while he came oitt uti.l s.iltl )u
luul enit.med a Ittlla Ol rooms.
"He aaOOTtad us to two rooms In the
hotel, tuie was a hedrnorn. the olhi I a
i.ttiug too n, ataftha went lo he I in
the tuilrooin, niter M '. Swiiiiatrom I. .id
furtklnhid in'r h.iii n ho t of pajuimie an I
atone tal urn powder.
"1 sat up In Hie silting room until
0 o'clock, when I lef. Mr. Koyaar was
with at a. but he araht to ieep. Mr,
Doyls und Hr. BwaaatrOttl eft the room.
I don't know where they Went Bo !.ir i
a 1 know. Mls Kohler oiv uplml the )
badfOOtn alone. Hhe ha I heen ipilte 'II
at tha lledford Hem 1 loft hat n tied
at i t'olook in the raetnlni ami waal
Mlaa Kohler UatlBad ahe had known
Doyla for tivo ntontna pravloua lo Jui
' of laat year. She told uf Ittaatlnil
witti iiovi. at urigiiton ilea. Ii and
On or about July 8, ahe said, she met
Doyle In tne afternoon ut the Brighton
Baaah Baths. They hud dinner at the
Urigiiton Beach Hotel, und from there
went to the aOahotttfl Hotel, Coney
Inland, where they remained until ml.l
nisht. Iioyle called a carriage and
they started for home, hut he die
missed the carriage nt Wvnuin'M Hotel
al Twenty-second atleet and Surf uve
nue. HOTEL REGISTER 13 PRODUCED
Ttwy aat on the porch and had a
dnlnk Mlas Kohler aald 11 waa bat
fourth drmk that Bight. Than Doyla
rrg!trr..d and took hur to it room.
The girl aald she 1o,.k on her e utt and
hat and went to eleep The hot, 1 u-.- -
t-r waa pnMlia'. il. I.til Ml.ut Kohl, r
fml.-t o identify Doyle's algmttu e.
Mlaa Kdiler thon told bar VaralM of
the St fleorge Hotel Incident, which.
In th main, tfut'PlMwaailart Ih it of Mies
Hotrnallaji, Hhe doalad any ndauotiduol
on bOf part.
Mr. Do Ida talB then draxged from the
wttaOM an outline doaCttptlM of a trip
ha took to lha Kay RMga national
faOM I'luh. shortly alter th. si.Heorge
Hotel affair, with Doyle uiul a tnnn
named IttirobaUi the ptopiiolor .f the
Hotel Snvai.n. wl llemsen and Court
troata. Brooklyn, Tim trio aponl the
night aboard Mttrohatl'a yaoht. the girl
said. She oc'npletl a herth uluna.
Miss KohlOt "-lid Bba met Doyle muny
tlmti during tba summer of 1912. He
followed her to Inlaw are Water Uap
and culled on her there.
QuaatlonVd about her trip to Atlantis
i lly, Alias Kohler said she had goto,
tmre of her own volition, to avoid the
notoriety attending her father'a action
In having Doyla arretted, lha danled
Do.: bad aaked her to go tn Attantle
City or lhat he ,.r any one representing
bin had git I 1 1 bar !" Tor expenses.
COURT HOLDS CHARGES ARE
Philip J. Kohlar, lha girl's brother.
who is a a'tonoaraDhar In Mia eatVta .,r
tht Mayor, took the aland and oorrabot'
tad an aMdavli b had algnad, aooua
in.' Doyle on ttatamanta mods by ait
aleter. There Watt no more witness.-
foi the ptoaeotillon and Ur. HHdar,
without puttii.4 in a defonao, aakad for
Doyle'a dbMharn on tha ground that
tin Distr., t-Attoi ney h id tallad to naakt
out u case.
Mr. Qoldatala pleaded with the soar!
to hold Doyla, Baying tha girl te-ti-aiony
and her damaanor en the st.tnd
ii an prov.,i ana as eonooallng faota,
M UK 1st ml a aloOttlra bald ,. hud
aol bt en madt oul and dli lha i
Mr. Hoidstetn then aakad the ktagta
true to oommll ii Kin a. wayward.
Tha I'ojrt s.inl In- would do ho If Mr
Kohlar would make a oomplalnt. Thli
Mr, Kohlar ratuaad to do.
Mra W K. Vanderbllt. sailing to
day on the North Herman l.loyd st.ovni
shlp Kronprlne-sln Cecllle, said a
lrtlng word for the mors humane
treutinent of the unfortunate women
' of the city, one of the problem hofor"
! the Wsgnr Legislative Committee In
dealing with police conditions.
I Mrs. Vandepbllt. known for her hti-
mnnltarlsn efforts especially In sup
plying nnehtat tenements for tuher
BWOM I r people, was asked lant
week hy Seniitor W uglier wnetner sue
Rinlttaa in raaen
for new laws that
New York from handling tne cuy a
vl-e with Its consentient graft.
"I was sorry." snld Mrs. Vanderbllt
aboard tne liner Just before Its haw
sers were car' oft, "that I was unable
to attend the hearinaa Of the commit
tee In response to BOtaatOt Wagner's
Invitation, but preparations for a long
trip abroad prevent".! me. It l true
t tint I am Interested In t ie treatment
of the women who make this city prob
lem, hut I am not Interested as a direct
I believe that If the clnss of women
who make the problem colli I be taken
altogether out of the roach of the plain
clonics men of thn police force
much good would result. To have the
,!, !e lives try to remilnte the lives
of such women does not aeetn to me to
lie a proper method. Certainly the re
cent police revelations show that some
other method might he tried.
"I beHefe that the present method of
tr'ittlng the problem la the wrong
method. I most certainly advocate hs
plan offered by Mlaa Idlll.ni Wald be
fore the committee at Its hearings laat
week. It seetna to me lo he well worth
a trial at any rate."
Mrs. Vunderbtlt was asked whether
ah" wis In favor of women police for
WOMEN POLICE COULD HANDLE
PROBLEM BETTER THAN MEN.
"1 believe that women policemen and
women Investigators could far better
handle the problem than the men. 1
would like to aee thrin iippolntcd und
gtvan the chance, my Idea being thai
they would work directly under the
orders of Die I'ollce Commissioner and
not be- held i esponsible to captains or
other polioa olther.. They should be
responsible to Headquarters."
Accompanied by her huabund and her
daughter, Mis-t Margaret ltutherfurd.
Mrs. Vanderbllt will go to I'arls for a
stay of two weeks, after whloh the
patty will tour the continent In an auto
mobile. The Nandrrldlti will be gone
for several months. Will. am K. Vundcr
bllt Jr. was on the Knot tu tell his pux-
.Mrs. Vanderbllt was in excellent health
on Mailing, unt was dftoaOd In rich furs
und a becoming largu black lint with
oattloh plum.-e. She would not aay
whether she would take a more active
part In aiding the seltlement of New
lork'a pruts ems on bet return.
a" representing fie average annual In-
ome from the orsiatsm of eslstlna
loads, s Martr of the Interest on any
new equipment ne.- led and a quarter
of 1 per cent of the CO0I of BO Oh eqnlp
taenl for amortisation, and a quarter of
the Interest payable by the eompany on
liny addlthin to the system which may
In the mean while t ie city get one
fourth of " per cent, of the coat of
'niistrudion It has paid, one-quart, r of
I per cent, of the Interest It owes on lis
share nf the coat of construction of
additional lines und one-fourth of 1 per
cei;. for amortisation.
Then one par cent, of the tola! ia paid
Into a separate contingency f ind; taxes,
rentals and expenses, exdu.-lve of maln
tennnee, are dOdOCted. T'ie remainder
is equally divided hot Wat tl the city and
CONTRACT WITH THE B. R. T.
The eontract With the Brooklyn Rapid
Transit Interests Is really with tha New
York Municipal itaiiway Corporation,
which was formed to opeiute tlie part
of the dual system allotted to the H. II.
T. It affe-ts the proposed Broadway
and fourth avenue. Brooklyn, suhwav,
he c, iiv.r. loin teenth at reet-Kaatern
lines and most of the II It. TVs present
rne contract begins and terminates
oolncidentally with tha Interboroagh
contra' t. and there are similar protl
s ons f ir ic, anture. It Bratrldea addi
tional tracks on many of th Brooklyn
"L linen and compel rcconatructlon
and betterment Of ta:in facilities on
s.-veral of these lines.
While 11,0 Inn Thorough is allowed f,
per cent, for depreciation the first year,
the Brooklyn company gets only 3. and
one-fourth of only ::.Mm.nnn will go to
the cotnpntiy at the end nf the year its
representing the average annual Income
from existing lines.
The Brooklyn company ngreee to ex
i hang transfers at Klgiity-slxth street.
Brooklyn, between the new system and
the existing am face railroads on Third
avenue and l-'iflh avenue betwe. ri
Klghty-slxth street and POtl Hamilton,
undertakes to endeavor to obtain an
extension of these surface Hues that a
more rOOVOn tent transfer point may be
obtained and agrees to seek to obtain
a transfer agreement With the Hudson
and Manhuitiiu Itailroad Company for
free transfers at Thirty -fourth stre. t.
Manhattan, to and from the Crand Cen
I'"are to be charged hv the Brooklyn
company Is limited to five cents, except
that It may chaige to ,-ents ti Coney
Island until It Is In a position tn have
( News Oddities
WIIkes-Barre hen has Jumped right Into middle of the freak egg contest. She
lays square eggs, according to her veracious owner, and they are Just the slic
tu At th pasteboard boxes used In pa king eggs for the market.
The year-ild law providing n State pension of tl a week for victims of loco
motor ataxia. Incurable paralysis and rheumatism In New Jersey lias been re
pealed. So mat, claimed the pension that the treaaury couldn't stand It.
All Prance Is Interested In a queer deapute between Mme. Feltlerea, wife of
the ix-lresldenl. and the Government. Mme. Pallleres objected to the Inferior
poultry at the Presidential chateau and brought thirty-four blooded hens from
her own home. The Government added two black cockerela to the flock. The
dispute Is over the "Increase" In the post two years. The Government Is Willing
that Madame shall take away thirty-four linns, but claims all the rest as de
seendants of the Government roosters.
A "savage" bulldog and a heavy safe guarded the stock of Otto Goldsmith, a
Philadelphia ?t Wetter, till Sunday night Then thieves "made friends" with th.
.log. blew the safe and got 17,000 In g' ni. The "sav age" dog is for sale cheap.
When Sarah l.evlne, aged nineteen, was arraigned before Magistrate Loty on
a charac of attempted suicide It developed that ahe was despondent hcause the
couldn't nay n debt of tl.V.. The Magistrate said he would pay the bill to-day
and find a home for the girt.
GAYNOR PRAISES JOHNSON.
"Kei-n t the t.ooil Work," Mo
Writes tn Klre CnitiniUeleiaer.
TOBf letter showing the decrease In
the number of Ores Is very gratifying.
KeOg up Hi good work."
Mayor Gnynor to-day thus acknowl
edged a report from Klre Commissioner
Johnson, who shows from the rocords
that mere were LM tires less In Jan
nary and February this year over the
coi responding months for 1312.
iKrooi th rjeliiaea Nf.)
There Is enough of the maternal la
atlnrt In every woman to make her
want to (tap somebody's Jaws.
Francis S.atner. eg'-d thirteen, waa before the Juvenile Court In Ji sens yes
terday becnuse he couldn't understand his mother's talk. Hhe Is Idthuanlan
When the hoy was three his father died und he was sent to on Institution where
he learned only Rngllah. Ilia mother took him home three weeks ago. hut nelthei
COUld ttfktoratand a word of the other. A "Big Ulster" agent will find a placo for
lira Arthur B. Kell.y. wife of a stock hrnker here, returning from Maine
rtvterday on Hie New Hattn road, had a race with the stork, and the bird won
He BOOted double, too. Mrs Bellly slid the twins, horn on a Pullman train, cam,
ag to the city and were met In- n Hellevue umbqlame.
lit H Orlflnal tnd Omit
Th. Food-drink Hr All kft.
Invigorate the nuning mother bbuUm tgm
ftich milk, matted-Brain, ia P0Wy km.
A nick luc- prtpand b iaili Hi
Take -toWtir.lt. AafclWHOEUaXS.
Hot In Any mult Tt
trnlna running through from the Munici
pal Building In Manhattan to Coney
Island or a lsiint near It.
KILLED BY MEXICANS.
aald to Re an m-
rrlrnn, la Vlrtlm.
OtTAOAUAJAfiAi Mex.. atareB t.
Kiank Horace, a real estate dealer of
CJOkna Cltjf, said 10 be an American,
'las been killed by Mexicans nt Coal
.omnu, in the Slate of Ml 0000040,
Wheta he hod gone on huelnes...
The Inioi mall
James McCreery & Co.
in vvhs contained In i
received ny his hufinrs asao
No details were given.
Head, for I nieraenc. .
'From tli, tVt.tiliijt.nl Cat.)
The girl in ..ear h of a beau trusts III
God. but she doesn't forget to keep her
FISK TAKES M'ADOO'S WORK.
t l.-e-Prrsldenl of llnilson Tunnel
Coniuau)- Mny Hr I'roniotrd.
Wilbur C. Flsk, Vh-e-Trea'dent. tn
Ohatga of tnaiiai.orUitlon. of the Hud.
sun and Mnnh.ittan llallroa.1 Cotrrpaay,
aill ansiinie the dun. of I'roatdont of
the aoovpony opetatlng the Hudson
IuImi to-morrow as ii-tlng Prajddont
it is BaM he is ajated to auoooed wti
hojB -. lieAatao, Proatdent Wtlaoa'a
Si. retary of the Tl liiaillg. us the boad
of the company
Mr. l'Ml at a htwMhOT of Pliny Msk.
ten sot momhor o( Harvey, Fik Sons,
a.t No Cedar attoot. who have han-
dted tha ftnojavuri owtviJjom of the tun
nel company and In. . baog 'l"e.ly as
BOOBatod Willi Mr, htoAdttO, The annual
aiaatini of tha itocktHildore WW behold
(Continued From First Page.)
, Prwapt tdW..PbTa,iBiBt Cora '
CARTER'S LITTLE .dmfehk I
UVER PILLS aafflPiX.
lag. Pmaly a JL-WBi '
the L.c. ,-4 VITTU
eetVmjZt- a? ' 1 1 '
CtaMdM amaaaw Signature '
IF YOU HAVE GRAY HAIR
YOUR ABILITY IS DOUBTED
Younft Looking People Art-
in Constant DciikiihI
ou i ..u t hold
hi are iittpt led
( omprtition i. keen
.low ii the 111.; lobt if '
( Ix-iug a "Haca, Sunbot. '
uil can' I atpatll lo bo a lUCOOatful
wage-caruer, mail or woiiisu, it yyy are
old looking, but, wlictbcr you work or
not, you owe it to-da' to youra.-K ami
family to keep looking youo,
Cat a bottle of Hey'a Uau Utaltki oftor a fair trial.
to-day. It solve the gray linir problem
for every hum anil Woman. yoUBI or
old It btigdjt look (bt lull. rich,
natural color of lie luiir niton's it
lo its natural ...lor Immediately,
Don I weeta time with itibalituteei
tin re's only one, Hay'l Hair llrnllli.
u. e.l by Inouaahda v.it'i absolute iali
lint ion (or twenty veara. nro,;i-i-Iiave
laid Hay ' ii. in Healtb io i.mg to
mi inuu' ahUafiod people everywhere
who come back u(ain (or it und won't
use any other that they are perfectly
willing to guarantee it aud give your
money back il it's uot ialisfavtory
ent earnings of the n. n. T. He also
offered chance redttOiag the prefereti
UgJ allowed to the Company for new
capital and eliminating clauses uuialiu
allow aB ON from the ptioled groai rs
celpte of tho company quarterly, for
amortization on the cost of recoriatruc-
tion of eclating road a, for initial op. r
ntloti. and for interest on money pro
vided prior to the commencement of
work. He also OUghl to Include pro
vision for the sale of bonds to the pi-h-II
I, as in the esse of municipal tain U
and to limit the prollt to be paid In tic
event of recapture to five pet cent :.i
stool of fifteen per cent.
TERMS OF THE C0NTRACT8 AND
OPERATION UNDER LEASES.
The contract allots to the Interborntiuii
the operation of the Seventh avenue
l.exlngton avenue Hue, the Kasterc
I'arkvvuy Una, the Stelnway Tunnel line
and the White Plata! road line and pro
i vide that the city shall lajnetmct these
lima, the company contributing not less
I than t5H.oon.uOD, or one-half the total
' coat, and r-'2.s.J toward the coat of
It leases these line and the present
: subway to the company iiinlcr a general
i ie"e ahloh htarli Jan. i. in;,', and ex
piree at midnight Deo, 41 lift, bin - yei
lo the city the Malit to take over any o:
all fir the lli.es at am time ufter leu
After the gross receipts from the
various line are pooled at the end of
each quarter the company will deduct
12 pur cent, of th entire revenue for
I maintenance, b par oenl. for dapracla-
aaam aw awvaa. mmyjagmmmmmj mjetnjmo j
Connected to the system of the
New York Telephone Company
which operates in New York
State and the northern part ot
New Jersey there are over
One Million Terminals
from which talk trains will carry the
voices of friends and business asso
ciates here, there everywhere
One Million Stations
where valuable time may be saved
in arranging business and social
One Million Helpers
in decreasing the labor of every
One Million Guardians
ready to bring aid quickly in case of
accident or emergency !
One Million Telephones
bringing every day, thousands of
people closer together in all their
relations, adding to their pleasures,
increasing their home comfort and
convenience and making it possible
to work effectively and to play with
minds free from worry.
And each of these telephones is the
center of a system that reaches
7,450,000 other Bell telephones in
the United States and Canada.
Surely you need a Bell Telephone.
NEW YOBK TELEPHONE CO.
On Sale Wednesday. March 5th.
An entirely new assortment of attractive models
In Voile and Lingerie Waists, at the following remark
Voile and Lingerie Waists trimmed with dainty
laces and embroideries. value 1.25. 95c
Lingerie Wuists effectively trimmed with hires
and embroideries. value 2.00. 1 .50
Voile and Lingerie Waists trimmed with laces
and embroideries, combined with colored embroid
ery; high or low ueck models. 2.00
Lawn and Voile Waists trimmed with attractive
laces and embroideries. value 3.50. 2.95
Voile and Lingerie Waists trimmed with various
laces and embroideries. value 6.50. 4.95
Voile and Lingerie Waists, - handsome models
with fine tucking combined with laces and em
broideries, value 7.95. 6.75
The regular stock includes many dainty models
of Chiffon, Lace and Hand-made hand-embroidered
Blouses, combined with Bulgarian trimming, at
1 Clasp Prix Seam White Doeskin, also 1 Clasp
Prix seam English Capeskin in White or Tan.
value 1.25, 95c pair
12 button length Black Mousquetaire Glace
white sewn. value 2.50, 1.75
16 button length Mousquetaire Glace, White
only. value 2.75. 1.95
WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
Special Values. '
Fine Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, plain or lace
trimmed, knee length. value 1.25. 95c
Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, plain or lace trim
med, knee length. value 1.00. 75c
Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, plain or lace trim
med, knee length. value 65c, 50o
Imported Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests with fancy
yokes value 75c to 1.25, 50c
In addition to the large variety of Silks
now on sale, the following special prices will
be offered :
On Wednesday, March 5th
10,000 Yards of Wide Widl h Black Model Dross
Satin and Cote de Cheval, the most fashionable
dress silks for this season. value 4.00 1 .85 yd.
Imported Black Crepe Moire Renaissance.
slue 2.50 le45 yd