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THE VERTirO WORLD, THuRBDAT, IB AT
tun pmi lit irnnrii
wii Mini im
IIILUUI1 111 JU.0LI
FOR JURY REFORM
President Speaks at Newark
md Elizabeth for Quick Ac
tion on Legislative Bill.
WAHHINOTON. Mar 1. President
Wilsons flrt "appeal to th people,"
which hs promle "hall not b the lt.
begin to-nlt.t. In hit horn Stat of
lian maehlne which, he alleges, hai
Mned to thwart tha people's will ay
pi eventing the enactment hy the Jersey
Iptur of a law whtch will reform
the Htate Jury system.
Th combination which haa dominated
the Legislature during the recent ses
sion, and whloh the President believe
will be la control when the extra session
open next week. Insists that anr Jury
reform bill shall be submitted to a ref
PreslJent WII ion declares that thla ta
for th pnrpoaa of defeating th purport
of the law. He Insist that the refer
endum plan would prevent jury reform
from applylns to th (Treat counties of
Kasex. In which, Newark la located ;
H idaon. with Jersey City and Hoboken.
and certain other counties where the bi
partisan machine oould combine to
vote down the plen.
And that la what he will tell the
voteri of Newark and Elisabeth to-1
night It waa admitted at th White
Hons to-day that the Pre1dnt plan
to deliver one of the moat vigorous
talk of hi oe-reer to-night and to-morrow
night. He haa told hi confiden
tial advisers that he will "handle hla
object without glove. " fie will oharge
that the opposition In hla own Party,
headed by-ex -Senator James Smith Jr.
and former Chairman of th Demo
cratic State Committee Ja-nea Nugent,
haa naked their all on frustrating Jury
reform. He will explain why he op
pose th Democratic principle of ref
erendum In this Instance.
The President leaves Washington en
the private oar Mayflower at I o'clock
thla afternoon, arriving at Newark at
7.10, and proceeding to th New Audi
tor him. wh'f e ia apeeka at 1 o'clock.
Immediately ater the meeting he will
motor to KHrabeth. After a speech
thr he will go back to Newark for a
short conference, later proceeding to
New York, whrrn be will spend what la
remaining of the night as (be guest of
Col. K M Rouse
On Friday morning he will go to th
Carta ret Club In Jersey City. Where he
expeots to confer during the remainder
of the day with leaders of the party
and member of the Legislature. He
will return to Washington on th mM
nUrht train Friday.
MORGAN BANK COMING DOWN.
Wreoher Desaeltshtag Walla t
Make Way far New "sliding
Wreckers are demolishing the walls of
th h1torlo Drexel Building, at Broad
and Wall atreata. long occupied by J. P.
Morgan Co. Bom of th Interior waa
torn out yesterday The walkt them
selves are being attacked to-day.
Th building waa put up In 1S71 by An
thony J. Drexel. With It Ik eld home
of th Mechanics and Metal' National
Bank, adjoining, will com down. The
Morgan banking house is to erect a
t2.0H0.on office building on the site the
two old structure now occupy The
wreckers are under contract to complete
their work within forty day.
I I rfitbaV ;Viflmjna WT- llllWli X , nP CrSB
u v mr ft it m
KILLS QIRL AND HIMSELF.
Rejected "alter T.aya la Watt for
Vtettx a lie T.eaves fleme.
gaWvaxanB Mass . Msy l Tina ds
Frare-laoo. twenty year. old. waa ehnt
nn a-iiion as she tame out of her
father house to-day bv David Plscopo
a rejeoted suitor, who immediately oom
imiian suioiae rnw-opo, armed with s
shotgun and a revolver and carrying a
botfkt of polaon, had fattened himself
In aa adjoining house.
As the girl came down the steps of
hsr horn Plaropo emptied both barret
of th shotgun into her brsaat He
then drank th polaon and abet him
self through th head.
Otis Skinner Is In the Method''
Hospital at Imll.inannlla to undergo an
operation for mn.tnldltl to-day.
"Plnapre" will be put on nt w-'
at th Casino for a week prior to the
revival of "lolanlhe."
Morrlii (lest Is back from K. trope, hav
ing aerured the Parisian sensation. Th
Harden in the Air." made arrangements
for Oartrude Hoffmen to iP"Sr In lon
don In "The Poisoned Rose," and en
gaged Pollalr the t'glical for eight
weeks here In 'The Red Veil."
"My Kittle Friend." s new atffllrj npeni
hv Oscar fltrnus. the hoou an,l lyrle
adapted hy Harry B and ltnhert II
Smith, will be presented In two Wkl
by the Whitney Opera Company '
Pesplt Ms Injuries In his stito srel-
dent Monday nlsM. Escamllln Kernno
des will app'tr In the lcarilng r le In
1, rslr, f MM. Mir nteh" .t Ihe
Harden next Mind i . hut his rJlit arm.
wfil'h was broken, will be In a sling
"The Lady of the Slipper" reaches It
Sftoth perfoemanee Monday night Then
has not been a -hnnse tn oast or choru
alms the opening.
Frsnk Csmpcsu. the Hpnn h vllls'.n In
The flhost Breaker," eelehrates on hi.
peach farm in Maryland Sunday th
completion of twenty year' stage vil
lainy Charles Bachman, a Callfornlan w'
ha played th leading rote in "The Paa
ton Play" MO nights at the Sun Oatirlel
Mission In California, I tr make hi
debut in vaudeville here tn a (kteli
galled "Th Getaway "
In flairs,' wh.i'null ths Tark 1r s
huff I SO Weeks SSO, IS S lir-S the le.Sees,
John I, Collins and Jo ph Milt in. for
ITtt SO, her seek s salary. Hating
hrsted her twentieth birthday only tartl
14, th Is suing tlirough bat muih.i
Mrs. Curs H Fngin.
sh roasted 6f fee
1 FROH WH0LIL5ALCR WRCCT, '
s Avicig you Nr per lb. i
-j&BBpk Iralurg iwtil brind w caffee rantiiiini of p'j
the small and hrken bssna si hifhsr srieed
sffriv wmrh ii Insen ss
I hla rcRte. Ilhe all our roBt, to
roaslecl and Mrndrrt by a scientific
pmrraa which ff nrtera It atiperlnr ta
any rollre you ran buy at air per lb.
-TIT Try a R pnnnil order to day. and If you do not ,-onstder I?
sgll the tnost delirious cnnVe v mi hexe ever Iss'ed st an.lhlnc
Jl like the prlee we'll take II hack anal refund your monev.
We deliver no loss than 5 pound In Greater New Tork, in pounds
iMthln Ml miles and 25 pounds anywhere Rent C, O. I If desired
a. &f.' I. lalrrssllag beehlel, sent on request, dssrrlblag sll
r roltrn snd quollnt prlres.
GILLIES COFFEE CO.
"Mf" VlMiM JUL T. C. tJBBKim.
In Dry Cold Air
AT MODERATE PRICES
ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS
C harges during the Stunmer months
very much lower than at other times.
C. 6. Gunther's Sons
191 Fifth Avenue, New York
It Mtktt LrMlt Difference Whit You Want, i World Want Will Go ind CM M
The GIMBEL White Sale of Lingerie
Invites Critical Examination of Its Styles, dualities and Prices
More styles in Nightgowns than there are dpys in the year I These are (or the dear old
Indies, as well as for the women who enjov the latest conceits of Fashion Nightgowns with
shoulder straps of ribbon; Nightgowns of dainty pink and light b'ue batiste, the adorab'e
Recamier style, and those that are inset with lace and tucked in clusters around the foot.
Crape de Chine, Chiffon, Point d'Esprit and China Silk Nightgowns, too. 91 to 986.
Every kind of Combination imaginable One-niece with the natural waist-line, the Prin-
stv le. three-piece models, also the new envelone and charm i nn Recamier modes. 91 to 966.
If yoo are a bride-to-be, jou can select the most conservative or the most elaborate
trousseau In this Sale. If you are planning an outfit for a camning expedition, you can get
just the Undermuslina that you will need if you anticipate a season at Newport or any other
Summer resort, you ill be able to outfit yourself in this Kale of
$200,000 Worth of French and Domestic Lingerie
At Economies of 20 Per Cent, and More
Nightgowns, $1 to $85 Corset Covers, 50c U$15.75
Combinations, $1 to $65 Princess Slips, $1 to $80
Lnemtses, wc 10 s Matinees, $1 to $9
Petticoats, $1 to $50 Negligees, $2.95 to $21.50
Drawers, 50c to $17.50 Matched Sets, $7.50 to $150
sftgrl sanaWBJ si.ilsi'i aiia, si ajjja s.isfja a is gjnjgjg m " i
The Bride Will Make Ready for Her Wedding
Tomorrow at 2:30 P. M.
As so many Brides-to-be have been intensely interested in our pantomime."Z.a Ptrisienne
Elegante in Htr Boudoir," tomorrow one of the mannequins will fill the role of a bride on
her wedding day and she will wear the newest and most correct lingerie for the wedding
All women and only women are cordially invited to tomorrow's Exhibitions
at 10 JO to 12 noon; and 2 to 4 P. M.
IN THL SDAeiOUS
IMBIvL' vSUBWAY 5T01VE
More Room Better Stocks Bigger Displays Magnificent ,
Assortment And Even Greater Values Than The Subway Store
Has Ever Presented in The Past (plus) Good Service And tn
equalled Facilities This Is The "Good Word" Of The May
White Sale In The Gimhel Subway Store.
Women's Undermuslins At a Saving of No Less
Than 25 and as much as 35
As much care and attention is devoted to the making of these garments as to those at higher
prices. It is simply a question of the cost of fabrics, laces and elaborations. One may be
assured of every garment in this sale being correctly and amply proportioned. In no way does
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ine umauness 01 price aueci me proportions or worKmansnip 01 mese garmnui.
UNDERMUSLINS AT 14c
I ii a with of cambric, nlcsly turksl
UNDERMUSLINS AT 26c
Coragt divers. Drawers aixl shurl
Prttll'oaita. mails r sufl nainsook
or camlirle. nratlv trimmed Willi
'UNDERMUSLINS AT 380
Combinations. NlsTbtKown. 0ar
est Covera, short r r. it- anil
Drawers, of nutnsnok or camlirl'-.
nlvrly trlmmeil of good inialliy lag
anal iunliroldi'r .
UNDERMUSLINS AT 60c
A prtt collection of N.Khtftt'iwn,
In M'pi.iri. round or hltfh nfok
cnmhlnatlonN. long l'-tti- outn, Che
miKnH, Drawfrn hh.) CottMrt rfivr.
AIL of lher are uf good riuilltv
nnlniook naiulHomflv trlrnnifd with
MM) mliroiirv anil rltdmn
UNDERMUSLINS AT 76c
CNimblnHtlnns, with top anil bot
tom of aiirmeniH Imis Irlmmeil i
NlghtuowiiH, I i,K rmilrnstH arsl
(ln-llilses All of . siMih. daintllv
trlmtiii'd with liui' r embnildery
UNDERMUSLINS AT 86c
NUrlitgown of line nalnatSok or
i-ambrlu, elaborately trimmed with
Were, embroider- and ribbon; also
roTitbtnstlons. Princess Slips, long
I'ettlcuala and .'hinl--aU lao-
ralelv Irlminsd Willi las or em-
UNDERMUSLINS AT 91
.Nightgowns, combinations. Prln
re. Slip, long Fettlco! and
I'hamlses all or fine. hci nsln
mhoV lalioratsly trimmed wlih lacs
White Wear for Children
Fatl I w ,
This Is a LINEN SALE
r iii. . i. i? itvm..o fa n Star
Go right through the long list, from the aristocratic fancy JSSiW
dish toweling, and you will find each item at the top notch of desirability and ec onomy.
That is our way of planning these Gimbel Linen Sales -we are not satisfied to let a
few good offerings drag along a .chain, of commonplace va uf -
These are some of the fine things tnat tne aiert nousewuc ... " . M,
Handsome mucksdsck iw "x
that are usually 75c and $1, and soft big Turk
ish Towels at 92.86 down, usually 3&c each,
nre t wo among many noteworthy towel offerings.
At 91, there are some of the loveuesi Japanese
The famous Gimbel 81.60 Scotch Table
linen of double-faced satin damask, 72 in. wide,
at 91 yard.
A heaping tableful of Odd Napkins that have
hitherto been $6 to $7.60 a dozen, but are now
A collection of Odd Tablecloths at $2.95
each that have been $5 to $8 mighty fine pick-
Inn umnnir thpse.
For the guest chamber, there are Irish Linen
Sheets of very fine quality, at $5.25 and $7
a pair, for single and double beds, usually $6.75
hand-drawn and hand-embroidered Scarfs and
sniisros vnn pvsr saw at the once usually $4-
And a superb collection of samples of Decora
tive Linens, richly trimmed with hand-made,
riimv nnl Kilt Lie, includes everything from ,
small Centerpieces to large round Dinner Cloths, ;
at $1.75 to $50, that are usually one-nau nwi
to twice their prices. Fifth Floor
Every Fashion Report from Paris
Cutaway Coat Suits
So when we had the opportunity of -procuring a well
known tailor's surplus materials, we accepted them with the
proviso that he would make up all the striped worsteds,
wool poplins and fine serges in the latest cutaway styles
with very long dip back coate. And those are the
150 Women's $25 to $35 Suits
that we shall present tomorrow at
$19.50 and $25
Rich shades of navv blue dominate, but there an
some suits of black and gendarme blue. Size Wi to 44.
A Day of Special Offerings in Dinner China
Of Special Interest to Country-House Furnishers
tests are usuallv applied to the China and Glassware which people select for I
homes. (1) Is it attractive? (2) Is it inexpensive?
A New Shaker Knit
Sweater for WomfJh
Summer homes. (
These specially chosen groups answer yes
VmtKrht iii as manv instances for city use as for tli
use in their
o lioin quesimius
Rut they probably will be pure worst
Prttv Glassware for the Dining Table
... fl,.l. e.a. ,. l4k I. If ,1., I, ,,f U I,' l.p.'
trmpc juice and water tuuibhrg. nnl Mffctail Rnd c ;trl llaMM, In PWn . I A M Mk k
thin blown Blase, engraved with Old Knutish mitiiJ, to onier. I ,ML H .Bflj f
regularly I3.i TiO. Deliverj' promwed in three to nvo nays asgajgaaj 'Jf'WT '
Crystgl Table Services of French Baccarat glass; 60 pieces, hand- It, " "C
wmely cut in panaant aaJ at Lf6, usually $:!0
uinner sets oavuis "
atutrian Ohlnt, 100 pieces, to serve twelve pmH. In Imk floral spray d.tiign, at $8.78. usua ly ?15.
4 toericin PoVceinn, m u very attractive NW conventional border design, with gold on all handle. At H 60,
regularly $25. Dishe8 Le8
PUttars for cold meat, roast, and even in largWsiaM, in Austrian and French China a variety ol pattern from
-r fSJLSSWt, SraS, in SiUSi French and Austrian China, at 60c and 76o each, formerly
Odd OaXal Jmi in various shapes and .lecorat ions of imported earthenware, at 38c each, 'ormerlyOc and 76c.
f A Veritable May Fete of True-to-Nature Flowers
Everv day verifies the prediction imn r lowers win ue hip lavuntc uiuubiux mm
chateaux for many such modes are now seen where smartly dressed women gather.
If vuu sUii. to think of the daintily hued and flower strewn materials, it will be quite ap
raarent that floral millinery is necessary for harmony in toilettes.
While the field flowers are much in evidence, there is really no favorite bloom -for some
bts require roses, others daisies, and some are prettiest when simply adorned with the humble
ilftle Heather Xssom. For this reason, we have assembled every kind of flower in Natures
As we imported these flowers direct, prices are at the mhr!mtrm,20o to 15.00.
The No-Charge TrimmiM Service
has flower experts on its staff, as well as those that specialise other modes,
n-i . . ; KniiuroH urithout. additional charse. if vou DUTc..aae Un-
B 1II1B SBfVltr 19 sina;s ,uv.v.v- . jr , "
U liiiuied Hats and their Trimmings in our Millinery Sections.
Is heavy and warm enough to withstand the chill of a Sepleni
btr evening in the rnoun tains, in a smart eoaiW ribbed weave of
Shawl collar with lapels which can Im buttoned
the chin. Three pockete, lined with sateen and
sateen facing inside ihe Imnt l Ihe Sweater Coat, In while,
navy, oxford, maroon and Havana.
The Price Is $7.50
This is but one of many new and attractive
complete stock of Women's Sweaters.
Other Shaker Knit. Sweaters are $6.50 and
sizes 36 to 44, and at $6 for miasei, sizes 2ti to 3
stylea In this very
$6.96 for women,
1. Main Floor
VOTES FOR WOMEN!
Women's Suffrage Parade
On Saturday, May Third
These Banners, in tli' effective new design author
ized by the Women's Political Union, are now on sale
26c each, in thedimoel 1 oy .More, fourth r loor.
OhUSraa'a ! Drawers, lie
ter tucks -1SI-S i 'O l
OhUAraa' ago Drawsrs. ibc
Tins havs lace. amBTiH'
ilerv anil cluster llKKS, .
Ohliarsa's Drawsrs. SBo
with smbroMared rufa
ami cluster tucks slics 3
ChUdrsa's SSe Knloksr.
Juniors' Whits BSSrts.
BOc to $1
with iuc and irarsrol'
4un chllilrcn'i W Ii I t
Skirts, with lues, unil.riil
ilery uiiJ tuoks slaes i tn
Btlssss' Oorsst Cossrs. BOc
l-uliitllv iriinnieii wnn
sinliriililery urul lai-s.
HIiiii1 and Chlldrsa's
rrlB0a Blips, Me ana 91
, icuiy Lrimtiie.i wiin
a 0 g anil anilirnliliirv -sizes
for uk's S tn HI y. uiM.
N. ii t ly
ruffs of smitirolnry.
Bla' snfl Ohllirea'
Vorv i.rstilly trlmmsu
slrss 4 'to 1 4 years
orravarrs' white oad
Infaata' SUpa and Dong:
Hurts, daintily lucksil sinl
mhruMiT9 tag to gi.oo.
Infaata' Dreesse, yoke nr
nisBop stvls. uf lr. am I
FtfoMery ni tu-ka aoo.
7o np iovta.S.
Intanta' Wait Doag
Wslatsd aktrt. Iu aiel
mil. i, ill. -rv trimmed -Mi'-h
j tn b yeaj-s- -oa aa
Ideal Drawer W a 1 a t
fur liny ami girl 2 to 14
IM h i s c 1 a 1 Drawar
Waista. at lBo.
Bablca' BlaUop Dlgnt
OaUdrsa'a Wlgat Draw
era, units romper, iKiruthy
Ii, 4 fur agg 8 urns.
tu Hi yrs Spsi lal m 0e.
White Sale LACES '
12c te 40o tafliah Shadow Lao, 8o to 2ac Yard
All edge in that assortment are 2 to 18 In. wida. A
very large aamrtmant at desirable pattern- fortunately
wo obtained thia. whirh is a duplicate order, which w
diMsrd of very quickly last week at eren hluhar pries
40c Laea at tie.
Shadow ami Valsm-lsnnna la s flounrlnga. U n. wMe.
rsirularl 40c yard , at IM yd.
ao Waaaabl Daeas at M Vara.
Varlnus aae,rtmsnt Of lacss, and Inesrtlon. ranging
In width frnm 1 W i . In.
And These EMBROIDERIES
Me to 01 Dree neaaeiag. e and Tie Tag.
Thiiae nr very handnunely mtirollsrd Vrsa floune
tngs of mils, and rnpraesnt a very special value.
SBm Slmbraldarlaa at IM Terd.
Hwlas and Nulnoi rlounclng and (rl CoTerlng.
7 In. wtds Innludsd Id this aeanrtment are a fw In-
brelderl. 10, IM and IM Tar.
nt comprise sum pis strips in '-'nw
u u J uis si
IM to Me
anil Inssrtluns on Swiss and nainsook (sol
FANCY LINENS AT $1.25
orchon iiu:s, imi-
trlniiiul. uml ntiinr
OOllaCtlOll of scar Is. Mipiures,
ilotha, in Japanea drawfiworB
Iniwnwnrk trlinniiil wnn iiiou
nt inn filst rsniilsHiinee li'e
18x54 In. WSV"' '
Csntrvlo, 21x24 la. S4M In.
REGULAR PRICES $16 TO $3 EACH
New White Goods
Timely Arrivals for the Ma Sale
TABLE LINEN SPECIALS
S.V.I. WnM aisa Boa.
I man damask N.iiAlna. In vraj new pat
terns, iron' anil uuraiiia; uiuius -
Size lllll In' "
.io TaWe Dotnask. 40e Tat. ...
Meriirlisd lmak. with nn sxtra tin nnlan, OTl
airl lustrnua. . .
1.16 to tlJB Takl Dam.sk. too Tard.
I'uro linen, an ajiaorlmsnt from ihire of tf Mat
Irish 9'ot' i nd ilsrman manufai'turer; oleaonsii
or unhlsachsd, evra4 pattern. Including atrlpee
6,000 Yard WUIt Tlaaoa at l'-to Yard.
Dsgnlarly BOo and a6o yard.
tlendld sh"r wTfli n faorT In ilalntv self
and alrines .",.! Ih, he wide
S.000 Yards Whits Psrslsn Laws at 10c Yard,
p.eif nl.i! ly 15o yard.
A latwn of snnsil'i llnlcli, III in Wl4,
1, iiiii Yard uf Bnft Dlngsrl Batlstt at lBc Yard.
DagiUarly alio yard.
Slissr white lingerie M In wide particularly
infinlh and miky lliisn.
Whits D'.ttsu awls at if Tara
teirularly aao yard.
27 In wide, various sue .lots.
3,000 Yarda or White Crinkle Orwpe at 10c Yard.
Dea-ularly IQo yard.
A splrndlil fuhrl for Huinmsr wsur rsijulrsa no
30O P1ca of nni'llah Dongolotb at 75c Bach.
u yurd to ihe dim- H in wi.is ofi ehamol
il m'llilnK lT an ext-ellnnt ffchrlc fin women's and
Household Linens and Domestics
gUOIAUOI TOWltli Formerly gl.ao Dosea.
Bpeosal at BM Doses.
noiABAOg TOWBI.B: Dsgularly IBs and
Bps. .lal at lae Baoh.
bootob arnosajiACK wwui; Bsruiariy aao
peelal at BB Baoh.
wrrms ml TOWBDX.IaTOl Begnlarly lata asd IM
Yard, apsolai at M Vara.
....... .. .. i mi r.m ii . ra f run I alsasll irintrRVUtVQ
i all to thi iiniiu Tlu-KiMna Booaaioni .Ann ra i
. ... AmurlnA mnlA ' t urn K4ai
Sale of White Apron a 26c Each
2, 000 Apron.', bt-nrl, bib and nr-tcl!e mWs with
fancy mund nr rcallnped Vary sni ial value.
.. i.. ...i, n.i.iinb. ir.-rs or iimn in
ir. u.ihiiii'k MdlaoUon 'f Turkish Hath Towel la
' mill sscuiils, und what lmj.srfectl oag thsrs may at
i very alight und sntlrely offaet by Uie valuaa,
20c co 45c Bam Towels, 16c
rw. i. Sis! miM urillnnpllv Mil Sit 10c to 4
au'd ansorlion- Turkish Hath Towels, suitable tor f4tm-
ninl uss or fl hi stid I tig Imu.
Bath Towsla Wnloh Would Ordinarily Ball a Vko t ta.
peolal at IM Baoh.
Theee srs fins grade, heavy. eJoeely woven, two-ply
Turkish Towl. Tiiy lvn a ft and even anrfaesi
vsry plsaaant to ths aktn -wotvoerful values
MAY SALE OF WHITE BLOUSES AT $1
Months of mjttmnsivt preparation hat brought about thh most wondmriu? omhiO
. . . lit a sm at
" WmZTWySfiF& emmi M frig's
UrUlUreil I 9 1 SUItll Ul v w vuutasvss- -' "w , . - T , . m
.i.hsris namaisi Ions or short This assortment reoresant Ih snilr remaining toeB or
..lesvss ffli "l tfsd skirt. Hoots of th..a erell.tOO dresas lu alas fur fjrl 'id Junior. W otHlig tatas
touchea With Hslkun or Drosdsn eolnra 1 t Marly half jJrTos and In tlms for lhs Whits Bala.
Women's Dainty Lingerie. Dreaara at SB. 90
Tsn dlffeten' style In lawn or llngsrle, high or low neck, long or tiirss-qiianar bIsstss. Thess as anIHsfy
nsw. soma havs heavy or ngni amnm iieriss - wonusriui cuis'-iion m n isms v
TMlBl r 'TMUaP ml
Women' White Shoes and Pumns. tl.96 Pair
Whit oanva button shoes with Mllo hutt on, mad on a ytrry rent, narrow Ma
high leather Cuhan itsels nr whli Nubitok llluoisr etyl uxfonl. with oUln to ad
solas Woman's Canas r'umo. wtth hand -turned aola and 0OTtd al -all BlBs
id Ohiiaren a wnite Bboaa ana rax&pe. n.ov
MiaaMB' and flhiMrsn'a White Bhaaa
Extra blah or rtgular oat models -whit earrva bsttsa
trap pump wtta solid laather aols i IH to I