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TH1 EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1918.
QUITS HIS JOB AS
Veteran Gets Retirement After
39 Years' Activity as
6AYS HE'S NEARING 70.
Mide Record as a "Cleaner
Up" and Disciplinarian in
j Two Boroughs.
p. Mies Oiuniir. thirty-nine years
sjllceman, went to the ofllrt of Dp
' Commissioner Dillon In Brooklyn
my and asked imv. to rotlre. Aet
ComtiSseloner McKay, to whom the
ItcaOon vu emrt, granted It at 1
thl afternoon. Miles nitpiih
tad every noet of honor and
raapOMttinitr for which a potlce
I ellrJble. He h. been a vUn.
man far reform commissioners and?
uated Inspector for officials with dlf
nt standards. A atrlct dlaclpllnarlan
'.was, alwaye growllnc at the men
dor him, but in time of trouble they
ira flfhtlnc tiger at his command.
1 Born la Ireland Sapt. IT, 141. Capt.
VRellly catna to thl country inwards
the close, of the CtoU war and anllated
la the l'nlon army. Tlie date of hi
birth I that given la hi application
for appointment, old fiienda of hie par
anta Insist that ha waa born the Night
of the Big Wind, Jan , ivt, and that
ha hald out four year on the Brooklyn
VBTERAN REALIZES AT LAST
HE'S GETTING OLD.
It wai ht bosst until thl ar that
ha had seen the rlvar Shannon overflow
twice In on eaaon the only time It
ever happened In a hundred yean,
mind ye. But the Shannon ha been
out of Ita hank twice thl year and 1
now In ftiod and Cpt. OMtellly feels
that he la getting to ha an old man.
CommlSeionor .Hlnahiim made O'Heilly
an Inspector several ears ago, hut the
command of an Inspection dletilct
proved too much of a tax on a man who
had governed the Tenderloin, the fier
cer itrcet dis.-tplinary precinct and the
Oejk rtreet station with a alam banr
etlvtty which waa the marvel of New
York. He aaked to he reassigned a a
eS-ptsln. The traffic squad In Brooklyn
Waa put In hi charge and then Prospect
Park. Commissioner WtMo acted fav
orably on his request to ho asslrnod to
too Amity atraet station, the quietest In
CyRelllj haa had a life Ions; war with
poolroom gwmMere. He was the first
poHce captain to close the Park Row
resorts. He did not have to raid Matin.
Ho almply let It be known that they
loot close. He was In trouble with the
whole uniformed force In lstt. when he
psjsMcly accused men of 4)1 -onvmewid
of takinej graft from aramblera niul
loafing when they should be on duty.
ilef Dovery attempted to discipline
heat by Mending hit. i tn CeUISYSlO, hut
th CUri did not t!,e. O'Keily kept on
Boon .if'.' he WSI made a policeman
O'Reilly married Mis Catharine BSftr
Hhe d ed last fall, leaving him two Mflg
aad two daughter.
SLAYER'S SUICIDE IN CELL
CHEATS THE DEATH CHAIR.
Twice Convict td of Murder. Clay
ton Kills Himselt With Potato"
knife in Freehold Jail.
' 4eUI to Tka Sissies World. I
FrlKISHOl.Pi N. J., April 10. -Charles
1), Clayton, forty-one year old, who ,
was OOOVloioJ. ye.itenlay of the murder 1
of Policeman Charles P. Llpplncntt at I
Aabury Park, cut his throat to-day with '
a potato pooling knife and dial almost
instant!) Chief Justice Qummera bad ,
announceil that he would prunouine
An ofllcer srbo had guarded 'lav tori I
had gone off duty and a trusty wa net
tu watch the prisoner In his cell.
Jail Warden Michael Qulry hud v.sitcu
tbo cell Ave minutes before Clayton
committed suicide. The knife used is or
a different pattern than those in the
As a precaution Clayton waa placed In
a different cell last night than any he
had heretofore occupied, so that it Is
. main the knife waa smuggled to him
elnce the verdict of the Jury was ren
dered Clayton was previously convict
ed of the crime on Feb. 1, 1912. and sen
tenced to death In the also trie chair the
week beginning March II, 1111.'. but ob
tained a new trial after he had spent
isa months In the death house.
RIDE TO ESCAPE POLICE
COSTS EARLE HIS LIFE.
Passenger In Wrecked Auto Dies in
Hospital From a Fractured
Lewis fcarle of No. la". .Madison ave
nue died to-dsy at Sydenham Hospital
of Injuries received when he was a
paaaengar In the auto of his friend.
Ferdinand D. Benner. They attempted
We escape from Policeman John Meaie.
of Traffic Squad C, who was trying to
summon Benner to court for speeding
Monday night. The cat. crossing Madi
son avenue at Ninetieth street, struck
a Madison avenue car and Karle's skuil
wag fractured. Bonner wax unhurt.
Karle, who waa thirty-four years old,
waa a leader in the movement to ex
clude pushcarts .from narrow Nassau
street. He wus active In the markets
In which large and valuable parcels of
teal estate figure. He wan the grand
son of Judge Ray)! Ktirle of South
Carolina and the son of William Ed
ward Karle. a lawyer of Washington.
l. C. With the beginning of the au
tomobile trade Mr. Karle promoted
many of tbo largest foreign imports
tlaaa of cars to this country.
A Disposal of Our $5 to $10
Tailored Hats for Women, at
$3, $6 and $7
Why such generous concessions so early in the season?
you will naturally ask. And your curiosity will be still
greater when you learn that on an average these Hats have
not been here for longer than three of four weeks.
Just because we are constantly changing our collection
of styles, the Gimbel Millinery Shop has become the most
famous in America It is our ruling that new modes shall be
presented every day. And as we are now making ready for
a large Summer display, we decided to dispose of these Hats
In a jiffy.
Typical English Walking Hats, turbans, sailors and
srnart mushroom styles in Tagal, combinations of French
crepe and Tagal, silk and fancy straws, chiffon and Tagal
trimmed with ostrich quills, cabochons of fruits and flowers,
also ribbons, silks and velvets.
The new shades of blue are much in evidence, also the
linen shades, grays, browns, green, rose, purple and black.
Main and Third Floors
A Remarkable Gathering of Men's and Women's
HOSIERY for 20,880 Feet
A large proportion of women are wearing pumps of one
kind or another which, of course, means silk stockings. And
when a man graduates to low shoes for the Summer he naturally
requires silk socks.
There are 10,440 pairs of Men's and Women's Hosiery of the
better grades in this splendid Springtime offering some samples,
others surplus lots all perfect and desirable. And at fine
savings buy tomorrow by the half dozen pairs.
Men's 46c to 76c 8 ample Socks, 28c Pair
Thin is the whole Spring sample line of n very well-known concern There
are plait cotton and lisle thread Socks, in black and colon. Also silk clock
and embroidered Hale thread and pure silk, in black and colon.
Man's 66c Silk Socks, 36c Pair
Throe are pure silk, in fancy two-toned effecta. and vertical stripe, and
sell regularly at 66c. Special at 35c pair, or three pain for SI.
Men's Pure Silk 'Socks, 60c Pair
These socks are not reduced in price but sufficiently remarkable for
half-a-dollar to be included in this announcement. In black and handsome
Summer colorings to match a man's new neckties; high spliced heels and re
inforced lisle thread Botes.
Women's Black Silk Stockings, 80c Pair
Aa you crn see for yourself, these stockings are of the $1.60 grade some
even of $2 quality. In sheer and medium weights, with 4-in. garter welt tops
and reinforced silk soles. At 80c pair they are very unusual.
Women's 60c Oauze Lisle Stockings, 32c Pair
A particularly very good grade of our own importation. In black only,
ts; i to lu?. Main Floor
You Should See the Generous Width of These
Extra-Size Silk Petticoats
If your hips are abnormally large, you can be certain of
getting a Petticoat (and you will want several at this unusual
price) that will not expand and bike up in the back.
Messaline and taffeta with combination tailored and ac
cordion pleated flounces, and you are not restricted to black,
for there are aleo the new colors.
14 Styles in Regular-Size Silk Petticoats, $2.96
Eight of these have underruffles of the silk this feature,
always denotes a much higher price.
Those with silk Jersey tops have messaline flounces, but
there are rhany others entirely of messaline or taffeta.
You surely can select the various Petticoats that you need,
for there are plain and changeable colors, as well as black.
Discontinuing 22 Patterns of
Tapestry Brussels Carpets
Good Brussels Carpets are noted for long life and
handsome appearance. These are full 10-wire Tapestry
Brussels Carpets, from several of the best mills in the
country, and are perfect, and desirable in every way.
They receive their dismissal simply because we have
decided not to carry patterns resembling each other
so closely. Chiefly small, well-covered Persian de
signs, most of them with stair carpets to match.
Now, to make their outgoing quick and certain, we
price them at
76c Yard, Regularly $1 and $1.06
at which new price they offer an exceptional bargain.
Has One of Those 115
Used Sewing Machines
Gone to YOUR House?
They form a remarkably attractive group for the woman
who needs a good Sewing Machine and wishes to pay
less than usual for it.
They are all in perfect running order, and you can hardly
tell by looking at them that some of them have been used
for demonstrating in our Sewing Machine Section. Some,
indeed, are brand-new, but in discontinued patterns.
Good selection still remains for tomorrow, including the
famous "Domestic" Machines in five-drawer and cabinet
styles, and also the excellent "Partner" and "Surety"
Machines. Low prices are $18 to 36, forrrterly 122 to $40.
Interesting News for
Select from a Fine Lot of Desirable Books
At Remarkably Low Prices
Don't miss seeing with your own eyes what a de
lightful collection is hero. If vou can t come to the
Store, cut out this list and check the items vou desire
and send your order by mail
ojstl Ip Hi nl
I lluet rations by Met
With iior.r.'H and SP
How ell's Roman Holidays
Cabell. The Line of Love, 1 Hum mod in
Cnrroll. Through tin- looking Glass
Partisa.t Lile with Cisi S Meshy.
BTtvinffK ... .
RernTnhvvncps of Abrtihivm Lincoln by Grant, t)ana
and miinv ol hrn
Cabell. Gallantry. Stories of I lie Nineteenth Century
manre. I irtures m colors, ly Hi.wurcl l'ylo .
Cabell. Chivalry. Stories of the Djn of Chivalry in France
and England. IHustriitrd in color bv Howard Pyle
Hewlett. The Road in Tuaranv. I vols. Fully illustrated
Bcsant. Fifty Years Ago. Delightful Sketches of English
Life. Fully UlusiraUxi
Dewitt. The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln und Its
French. The Siege of Ronton During the Revolution. Fully
Dolwon. DoLibris. I'roee und Verse for all liook lovers
Janvier. The Dutch Founding New York. Portraits and
Mahan. From Sail to Steam. A narrative full of intcnM
detailing the change- in shi)s
fames. The American Scene. Mr. Henry James's Impres
sion of the Cnited State After a Inc Residence Abroad
Ganz. The Land of Riddles. Russia of Today
McCarthy. Reminiceneea by Justin McCarthy of F.nglish
Life. 2 vols
Landor. The Forbidden Land. An account of a Journey into
Tibet and the strange adventures of this famous traeller
Mutton. Portraits in I'luster. llluftrat ions of Plaster Casts of
many famous people
Carrol. The Hunting of the Snnrk, with illurtrations by Peter
Hugo. The Love Letters of Victor Hugo. Illustrated with
Stokes' Encyclopedia of Musk- and Musicians. Revised and
corrected in 1!0!
Whitney. A Sporting Pilgrimage. Riding to Hounds, Golf
and Other Outdoor Sports. Beautifully illustrated . .
Wallington. Historic Churches of Amerra. Numerous illus
trations Grchame-White. The Story f the Aeroplane. Profusely
illustrated from photograph
Kelley. The Ship's Company and Other Sea People. Illus
trated Landor. The (iema of the Fast. 1.6IMI Miles of Research
Among the Wild end Tame Tribes of Soul h Pacific Island
Drake. The Heart of the White Mountains: Their U-gends
and Scenery, with illustrations by M. Hamilton Gibson . .
I'ii hi leiier'
I i.l I'rlre
Every Dsy Science Series. By Henry Smith Williams
Publishers' Price 3, Our Price $1 Sach
Scenes in the Industrial World
Growth of Physical Sciences
Growth of Chemical and Bio
Ingenuity and Luxury
$10.50 S3. 76
Beginning of Science
Conquest of Nature
Beginning of Modern Science
Aspects of Recent Science
Science of Happiness
vunqueav ui 1 line anu B(ir .raliluln-o'
North. Camp and Caravan in Lower California. A record of E Rtse
adventures while exploring Peninsular California ana
Mexico. Beautiful illustrations $3 $1
Vanderlip. Hulbert. In search of a Sib-nan Klondike. A
narrative of advent iree, with many illustrations .. $1.50 35c
Bayne. Quickstep Through Scandinavia, with a Retreat from
Moscow. Delightful travel sketches, fully illustrated $1.25 36c
Hawthorne. Nathaniel Hawthorne and His Circle $2 26 76c
Illustrated BiogrspblM of the chief painter and sculptors
of modern limes. London. Bell t Sons each $1.25 76c
Botticelli. Brunelleachi, Corregio, Crivelli, Bonatello,
Francia, Dnu, Ferrari, Glorgiona, Hals, Luini, Mantegna,
Memlino, Michael Angelo, Rubens, 1'erugino, Raphael,
Rembrandt, Signorelli. Tintoretto, Velasquez. Van Dyck,
Watteau, Wilkie. . . .
Oriental Cnrnots. Runners. Rubs andsotneJacqu.ini III produc
tions, by Sydney Humphry. Many beaut llul miwiru:
t iiin in cnlur ;
A Book of Porcelain. 28 Color Picture, by Wm. Gibb. De
scriptive text by Bernard Rickhswi ;
The Songs of the English. By Rudyard Kipling. Illustrated
by W. Heath Robinson
Kubaiyat, translated by Fitzgerald, with notes by R. A.
Nicholson. Illustrations in colors
Great English Painters. By rrancis Downman
Great English Poet. By JnlignBltl
Constantinople. Hy F.dmor.do de Amicis. Special "l-irge
Paper" edition United to 160 set. Illustrations on
Japan paper. 2 vole
Old Provence. ByT.A.CoOk, 2 vols. Illustrated
OldTouraine. By T.A.Cook. 2 VOU, Illustrated
Great Municiun. By Krneat OUIincudow
('.rent Enahsh Novelist . Bv Holbrook Jackson
Sets of Standard Authors at Attractive Prices
This Is an opportunity to buy the Hets you want at the
lowest prices. Every set in this offerinK is a credit to any
collection of books:
Harrison Ainsworth. 20 vols , three-quarter red leather. Gibbings A Son.
London edition with Cruikshunk Illustration. 20.
Burton' Translations of The Arabian Night. 17 vol.., cloth, MO.
Bulwer Lyt ton's Novels. 16 vols., thrw-qunrter leather, $10.76.
Balzac. Saint nbury Edition, 1H vols., three-quarter leather, tlS.60.
James Fcnimore Cooper. 16 vol., 'hree-quarter, $17.60.
Daniel De Foe. 8 vols., three-quarter I at her, $7.50.
Charles Dickens. All edition tullv illustrated, 40 vols., very large type, tlire
quarter leather, $36. 80 vols., handy sized edition lull tost lair, 118.16.
:il) vol., library USf, three-quarter leather. 2,'i.M). 18 vols., three
quarter leather, $17.60. 15 vol., threc-qui.rter lent her, 13.60.
Alexandre Dumas. 15 vols., three-quarter leather. $10.50.
De Maupassant . Literal English Translation, 5 vols., three-quarter leather,
Henry Fielding, ti vols., cloth 3-76. 5 vol., thrni-quaru-r leather, $6.
Oliver GoldsmithY, Complete Writings. 12 vols., cloth, 6.60.
Victor Hugo. 10 vols., three-quarter leather, $7.60.
Rudyard Kipling. Selected Works, 10 vols., cloth, M-60; 10 vols., three
quarter leather, $7.60.
Louisa Muhlbach's Historical Novels. 10 vols., cloth, $18; 1H vols., three
quarter leather, 918.
Montaigne's Essays. 10 vols., cloth, $10.50.
Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Works. 10 vol., very' ln(e type edition, three
quarter leather, $10.
Julia Pardee's Court Memoirs. 15 vole.. MOW, 26.
Sir Walter Scott's Waverley Nov Is. 12 vols.. three-quarUT Nather, $10.60;
24 vols., cloth, $9; 24 vols., thre--iUitrter leather, $16.
Shakespeare. 10 vols., three-quarter leather, S9; 18 vol., 10.60.
Thackeray. 10 vols., three-quarter leather, $9; 16 vols. $13.60.
The Talmud. 10 vols., cloth, 19.60.
Oscar Wilde. 10 vols., threo-uarter leather, $9.
Voltaire. Literal English Translation, 22 vols., cloth, $20; 22 vols., three
quarter leather, $40. Fourth floor
Silver Photograph Frames
You will find nuarly a hundred different styles arid sizes
of Sterling Silver FrarjlSS in this very remurkable collection.
They are ulwayn appropriate for bridge prizes, wedding,
birthday or bon wyagi yifts, or to serve us a charming set
ting for somebody's picture on your own mant?lpiece or
You can pay u lilt It a; 36c for a little pluin oval Frame
of sterling silver, or as much as $50 for a superbly band
engraved square Frame to take a photograph 9 x 12 inches.
And there are dozens of prices between the tw extremes.
Men s Suits to Measu re, $17.50
These Suits will be just as good as clothes you
x auor or vjiixlohlLib unaer ora mary circum
stances could make at 92 1 to $85
V' irsisAif s i
end continuing sntu
the close of bufina
on Saturday, April
rJth, ma- we will
book your ordr for
one or more fiUITS
at $17.60 eaclj mak
ing same to, your
guaranteeing you A
Even the atnaUmtt and
plaineit of fhete $uit$
we will make would in
the ordinary amy tt you S25, while the ufu .
age voluo will be m S and many S3S and higher.
i r's 11 -? I -f,
, . .J.i. A-V
Regular Sired M en or Men of UNUSJA L
Kiportlons M is .8 ist the same to us. A ser
;t fit and saturi : sotion art sesortd IfSN
IJ.HCK OR 8MA1J,. SHORT OR TALL.
Thit it tha rami t of many week of
planning. Ml pom t off arte for fin workman
ship and material are eclipsed.
pring and Summer Suitings
The additional eapenw to us is in a measure onset ny ne ejceptional conceion. we
reottvtd in pttretMSing this large assortment of merchant taikrs fabrics- many of then m
single suit lengths, all of them excellent. -s, . . . , ,
Pin stripes in flannela. unfinished worsteds In 11 different ootortn js ineludlni jUsips.
new my mltturea. Oiford cr MB In aeviral shades, plain black and A P a. A TURK W BliUl iaSOBS, gfeae
unfinished worsteds and an excellent variety of fancy Woe f ahriee.
Some of these fabrics are so choice thst we sdetse sn sari eeteetien for theae who would oMeia
omothlni quite out of the ordinary.
All Deliveries Will Be Made Within 1?wo Weel:s
From t be Day OrcU rtti. We have mat!e ample) preparations fr siedienry and service- ami nerenaed every facility
frr pleasant elMOejag nnd convenience in takinK meajnirementa.
Specially arranged Custom Section, on the Subway Bmleony
ThE GlAVBEL. SUWJLY
Five Hundred of These Dainty Coats for Utile Folks Samptea I
from One of Our Best Makers Greatly Undeai priced
200 Costs at $1 Isch; $1.60 and 2
Pretty llllle Una c'oata of Pnee
eloSM fur children - to years
nutshell, anu Mnarriy rut.
300 Coats at 3.2S laoh; Bsinf S4.S0U
Ponaexp. plain ferrea. shepherd riie.Se. Hill
' Norfolk models. Imis inortela, many Irtinmail wits
t; ellk and Inlaid silk rollara; others "have veotoe of
fert. .ml some' have fancy collars and cuffs. Kus
elnn eltents. Hvery 'os,t In (his aaaurtment u won-
.lei rm value. Klae 1 to ft yanra.
eso Sorethy Breeeee, ! tl.so assyUah RaaookeS
50e eaoa. Oreeaes, SI each.
Whim and ,-olors. Tan. pink mid blue
dalnlllv trimmed with1 oli.nnhravs, lieauilfully
f .!.. Iiundlnas; sizes II made, ilnlnty and lrey
RiO I ' sites ; to I.
181.80 Fancy Straw Hats for Little OirU at 78c
Htyllalt Milan and fancy straw hats In whK
anC OUlefa, H!rnr models. I'..r tiri ni,. t ,
MISSES' SPRING SUITS
Splendid Examples of
Gimbel Style at Sub
way Store Underprices
$12.76 Misses' Suits at
125 only. Smart suits for Spring
WStf in whipcords and mixluros,
dark cd liicht aruyn und browns.
Kxctipi tonally wvll tailored notcli
collur, thrco buttons, and lined
throughout with satin.
Plum skirt with panel back and
front ; sizes 1 4 to In years.
$16 and $16.60 Misses
Suits at $9.76
A Iwuiitiful collection of serge
suits, plainly tailored or with Km
pire back effect, liluck, navy blue,
tan, gray und Copenlien. Sizes
14 to 1 years. Subway Balcony
man a Fair of Feet
in Gimbel Guaran
Trustworthy, faithful, ehilful.
latlad work; and. moat important
of all, fina fibre honeatly and firmly
woven from food yarn.
4 Pairs f or H or 6 Pairs for tl
Outran teed for four ht tltmri jag end iff
Inc . nom or toe wears r.ut Hnrimr ihi tins
new pair will be gi"en rledly.
Single pairs, ISc and 86c, but the guaran-
ew i or i our or au montru' wetr is not gtvea
with n single aarehase.
Few aan afford to defer an in Data M.I
gation. Ask far Arrowhead Stock
ing: On the Subway Store Balcony
UNDERMUSLINS Attractively Priced
Corner tiVHru tf
',.iiirt w ltd in-
Mftion snd Ik
of " ; t rawitrn
if iiiuurli- with
t uoUmI t u t (a
ular flSc ffraala.
KrawerM of tine a
with nun., of ernbr
tlllllllled will! I:,,-,
gridderg and ribbon. Short
.iii.i.ii, i .... i t y
with lon lion u:
la price 3 So.
iHiais, l r a w e r s and
Onoisilsse, Neatly trim
in. -I with laces or OBI.
i.i i. lei li s ManystyeM
or oafh carment
tee pries Tap.
Women's 60c Knitted
SprllM welaht, rlM. lisle
luw nw.k, sleevelns" tlaiit or
Ulnlirnllii Itnee, ktOS trimmed, all
Women's 68c Knitted
Hwikm ribbed arnit-r,ts, with
fine lace ii'iinmlnuH. umbrella
knee. Miia upt edge (3 pairs
NisSit towns. FweUeoete and Com'
tilnatlima Kltht styles of Nielli
mens, in nsllMOok, eretie and cam
lrle PettU'otUs have flounce of oaa
hniluwy or I... r Cumbenodlona ere
lac or mnhrolderv and ribbon If ta
in...! Bonier paios 81.
S-ibwav SHoro. Hsir.
Women's 18c snd 36c
Knitted Vests, IS He
tai'e't edge, lac
yoke; alsee 4, I
For Good Value, This Leaves in the Distance Even Gimbel'
Recent Shoe Sales
The Famous W.L. DOUGLAS MEN'S
OXFORDS -Perfect and In All Sizes
W.50, $4 snd SJ Orsdei Stamped on the Seles.
Friday and SaturdayS2.20 Pair
' ' , , ' r"! '; on every pair HERE IS AN EXCELLENT VA1UETY OF EVERY STYLK
V J" -- S7 no"snus 01 pairs ol IIhsw WUHI.ll FA M Ol . tlilord Shoos for nsen
nX . JTjv ,, iW $i ! jln'rk " evvry ,'r' M "eU lbo roui,u' retail
IfWI ynytaJ m.dium lot; all Iruth.r,
twins lattt. with nmrrom. roerWns
for Soring and Summer. Calmkin.
Ryery I'Slr iHsyuar welted. All new fresh stuek air. et tr.,m th Iimi
rUe us ne. LbS prki anil illmhrls snsrunlee are sufllrletit to bring men out
j .......... ww. .-in i i4i inns iaee aun esira servtee.
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Also Women's $2.60 and $8.60 High or Low Shoes, ft
UM KegHl Oxfords in n; rrow with ha and sample aiaae.
Oxfortls and Pumps, D. C. add D widths, in sizes 2 to 5.
f.1 Hi roplf Ia,w Shoes, in siaea 8 to 4U.
8 .10 lt ;ent I "n her High Shoes, in wldthe B, C and D, in sUes a u to a