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world; fbiday, march. j 1021.
Patsy, Fire Mutt,
Is Pyschic and
Also a Scrapper
New Mascot of Hook and Lad
. tier No. i Is a Discrimin--
ating Epicure Too.
BQwey, the ttny 1ob with the huno
appetite, whleh was the pet of the
nrwocn nt Hook and ladder Cora
nny No. 1, In ttuane Street, has
been succeeded by Patsy.
Patty has two claims to fame.
Ural, ho Is psj-chlc.
8ec6nd, hell eat only If his food la
Offered with mu.itard.
Patsy' proved this rooming:, after
feeing washed with gatolino by Fire
man James Mulvuney to be a white,
wlre-halretl pup of no absolutely de
terminate ethnic p-oup, but blue eyes
nil a retrousse nose led to the be
lief that he belongs to the CVltK
branch of the canine race. That may
account for his psyotilc quullUna.
which were damonstriUnl the other
Wight when two strange firemen
yislted Hook and Ladder Company
Patsy sat up a nowl that disturbed
.tho boys stooping upstairs and then
Vogan snapping and snarling. Every
pno was ourtled by Palsy's strango
behavior, which neemcd directed at
iue of the visitors. t
"Patsy's got something on, you,"
commented Fireman John Qleason.
"Uaybo I've got something on me,"
the visitor responded, reaching Into
Mi pocket and drawing forth a pack
is. ' Patsy hereupon flow Into a rage,
' but the iny.ery was explained.
Patsy became quiet when the pack
ago was thrown away. It had con
, Mrs, Emma Murphy, the young
natron of Hook and Ladder No. 1.
discovered soon after Patsy's arrival
that, he would eat nothing excopr.
mustard covered food, his favorite
' dish being .French broad with Eng
lish mustard. His predecessor,
Dewey, who was killed going to a
, Ore, on the other hand ute everything
Patsy, though only two months old.
chased a bulldog three times his slzo
yesterday and Firemen Joe Kreiger,
Joe DuBots, Walter Murphy and John
Kelly, who are fight fans, are proud
cf him, but Mulvaney and ateason,
who want Patsy to make a good
Showing at Inspection In April, frown
at the fighting now.
'We're going to wash Patsy twice
a week In gasoline to get him thor
oughly clean by Inspection time."
. "Also," added Qleason, who reads
David Harum," "we're going to get
him a flea so he'll have something to
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March 4, 1789
MARKED the Inauguration of
George Washington, as the fint Pres
ident of the United States Thirty
seven years later in February, 1826,
Messrs. Lord it Taylor opened the
doors of their store to the people of
Ninety-five years ago it was a humble
shop at 47 Catherine Street ' To-day
this Urge and beautiful etore in the
renter of the busiest, most fashion
able shopping district in New York,
has arranged, "A History Window"
of particular significance and interest
at this time.
Your Easter Hat!
AH yes, it will be quite the most be
coming you have ever worn, for you
rruy choose it from a wealth of charm
There's a lovable little hat of soft
silk, trimmed with decorative flowers
of the same material - It a one of
those hats that can be worn on many
occasions and always with the feeling
of correctness And you may havr
it in any color.
New and fascinating is the material
of the hat sketched ' A maline horse
hair with metal scroll .The silken,
fringe gives that sweeping line so
smart in the season's best millinery.
Vrices are moderate
$10 to $25
Every Sub-Deb Wants
SHE envies the girl at
Dancing School or Mat-
inee who is Wearing "that
darling brown taffeta",
for her heart is set on
just mc'i a frock.
Fancy her delight when
he acquires a taffeta
frock even crtsuer and
more original than the
one she coveted It is
embroidered with wool in
soft harmonizing colors,
and is brown or navy
according to her taste.
Sizes 8 to 14
Sizes 12 to (6
Have You Ever Worn
one of these Union Suits, with
Glove Silk top and lower part of lisle?
They're very comfortable, with that
'Unique combination of silkiness and
warmth that is hard to find $1.75
And on top of that of course you will
wear a Glove Silk Envelope Chemise,
chastely trimmed with hemstitching
and satin J-3-95
The Bubble Book
To Be Held in Our
THIS Saturday -it. 1 5 A.M. and
All' children invited ' Don't miss it.
This is a delightful opportunity to
see all your friends from Mother
Lord & Taylor
Special Misses' Easter Suits $45
Tricotine in Gft(atvy, Qray and
cfippkie Sizes 14 to 20 Tears
FOUR little Suits for Spring make their best bow they've planned to sell themselves
to you on sight! One of them was surely made for you as you will discover when you
have seen their smart lines and air of youthful grace.
Tricotine of this fine quality and lustrous
Radium linings such as these have been re
recendy seen only in far more expensive suits.
The values they represent are hard to match.
The careful hand finishing of these man
tailored Suits is the thing you would not
expect to find thi season at the very
moderate price quoted.
THERE'S something about the little, hand-set
stitches and exquisitedrawnwork that particularly
appeals to a woman ' The styles are simple, as
befits the blouses of this season They have
low neck and long-sleeves with dainty cuffs,
especially in keeping with their air of tailored
There are hundreds of them for your choice!
A very snow-storm of fresh and lovely Blouses.
And they're priced exceptiqnally low.
$335 and $5 1
Gay Sweaters of Soft,
JOLLY little Sweaters they are to wear on crisp
Spring days, Tuxedo modeb, with braided
girdles and jaunty pockets, that you may slip
over your lingerie blouse or wear to blend with
the color of your new sport skirt They are
wonderfully low priced.
Jade, Rose, Turquoise, Tan,
Yellow, Navy, Black, White
An Overnight Bag
"YES, it is an amazingly low price lower than
its original wholesale cost, to be exact arid
when you see these fine bags you will appreci
ate the value, even more than you can in read
ing about them For they are made of genuine
cowhide, and the workmanship is as neat and
careful as any we have seen in bags at much
You have probably been needing just this kind
of bag for some time It is the most convenient
size for so many uses, because it is easy to carry
and yet surprisingly obliging in its roominess.
14 15 16
Women's Easter Suits
of Tricotine, T'piret Twill
YOU will probably go shopping tomorrow for
the' Suit of Suits for Easter the one that
charms you most from all the styles In our
big, day-lighted section of Women's Suits on
the Third Floor you will find a remarkably
yvide choice and surprisingly moderate prices.
Plain-tailored, braid bound styles with shoe
string belts The simple lines and silk-stitched,
trim effects you'U like Or sport styles of im
ported Tweeds for town or country, in mixtures
of Tan, Blue or Purple.
New Wrap-Coats for
YOU'LL delight in "
the velvety softness of
the new pile fabrics
shown in these lovely
Wraps Collars that
against your face, flow
ing lines of simple
drapery that flatter
your figure in their
Feather-light, with soft
silk lining, they are
what is wanted to slip
over your fluffy, frilly
Frocks and you'll find this especial model of
Peruvia and Andria Cloth, with its simple
shawl collar, one of the most becoming styles or
the season, as well as a conspicuously fine value.
They are shown in the new Spring shades.
Camel's Hair Polo doth Coats Silk-
Lined Throughout 50
The ideal coat for general serviceability.
And a Lovely Shade of Grey
FOR the newest Pumps are not satisfied with
a single strap They have added a second, just
by way of being original, and the effect is alto
Grey ooze lends itself particularly well to this
style, with patent leather running a close second
Medium high French heels are those chosen
by this dainty Spring .shoe.
THERE is no more eloquent expres
sion of a woman's taste than the
jewels she wears In her choice of
adornment for reception or opera one
may read her instinct for the appro
priate, her appreciation of the beau
tiful. If she wears a strand of evenly
matched pearls one knows that the
two have met in a matchless harmony.
$20 to $400 the strand
HER hands were the thing you no
ticed first, and you tried to decide
why they made such an impression
Suddenly you-knew it was the
gloves she wore The wonderful
smoothness of fit, the fine quality of
the suede that fashioned them ' Was
it, after all, the hands or rather the
gloves that attracted you?
WHAT woman doesn't demand them
in this, day of smart tailleurs? And
if they take the form of soft net
guimpes, so much the better.
The particular guimpes in question
have exquisite touches of hand em
broidery and Val lace that add greatly
to the loveliness of the cream colored
.They fomjsrly sold for a much high
er price, but they are now marked at
Are Subtly Flattering
THAT iswhysomanywomen choose
them rather than any other kind of
Veils ' Then too, one may find just
the dots that carry out a touch of
color in suit or frock.
Imported Chenille dot veiling is shown
in solid colors or in combinations of
the newest shades.
75c a yard
Furs Shall Be Gray
THAT is the ultimatum for this sea
son, and woe betide the woman who
disregards it, provided she would have
'her costume as modish as a soft little
Fur Scarf can make it.
Having accepted the color, she may
choose the fur to suit her fancy.
Mofe fancy Tie Sctrfs
Natural Squirel Tic Scarfs
Gray Fox Animal Shaped
The Way Your
Depends Largely On riT;
Corset You We
AND it is easy enough to find (?'.--one
particularly suited to your ute
if you choose an Elente.
Is it the dainty little hip confine
scarcely more than a strip of pink satin
with occasional inserts of elastic, and '
a frivolous ruffle of lace around the
Or the lightly boned model of broche
with neat lacing below the front steel
and a Frenchy trimming of pale blue
ribbon and lace around the top? This
model is made for the average figure.
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