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corr-ispondent thst the rebelllon had
been antlcipatcd by the government.
"It is no secret to the government.
-ald he. "that DUz la plotting a re?
belllon. We couH have arrested him
I nd prevented him from givlng battle,
but. wlth the knowledge of what ne
could accomplish aml the number of
troops that would rtesert to him, and ln
full cr-nlidem-e that ln hla expectatton
of the arn.y going over to him he
would be dlsappointed. we declded to
let him go ahead.
?The Cabinet ngreed that the best
thing to do, if he was mlnded to dis
pute the authorlty of the government.
WflS to allow the plot to develop, to
crush him declsively and to have it
over. leaving nothlng in doubt. There
was not the slightest chame for him
to succeed." _
Vera Cruz. Mexk-o. Oct. 23,-The town
of Vera Cruz, whi. h 'General Fellx Dlaz
o.-cupied wlth about two thousand adher
ents for aeveral days. was cuptured by
the federal forces to-day. General Dlaz,
Wlth hls staff, v.as taken prisoner. The
casualties were few.
Two federal columns. commanded by
< olonel Jlmlnez Caatro and Oeneral Joa
QUln Rfltran. cnteied Vatm CWS from the
north atvl south. There was small oppo
t-ltion to tlielr advance. Colonel Caatro,
wlth less than flfty n.t-n. suirounded and
captured General Dlaz. whose three hun?
dred men at police headquarters refused
to fire at hls commund.
The federal troops. when they entered
the dty. iir.n took pfoaaastttai ?t tbe
customs houee. Then they sclzed the nw
nl Ipal bulldlnga an.'. the telegraph offlce.
Thr majnrtty of the men nf the rebel
Ueua 19th Reglment of Infantry sur
r.-i.dcr^i thetoagmfl without flghting.
ThejtvoluttonlatB !n the barracka have
not -<t ai ueieitiei. They say they srtll
I ,.1,1 opt bbJM th.' last man is aTOea.
Mi wcver. th/> 'wiaker splrtts seem to he
trj ing)t*> estapi'.
Hundred Killed and Wounded.
The killed and wounded noml. r leas
than m-e hundred. S forelgner was hurt.
Desultory tirin*- eontlnded sfter tha fed?
erala entered the town. Inetsnd of u greal
battle. everythlng ar*a ln | nnuio^
Rebela and federala emoiintered each
other ln the atreeta without knowlng
whlch aide the otbera wera affliiated wlth.
M thetmlforma of all were alike.
(olonel Jlmlnei I estie was shot ln tbe
bg during the flrat Bring. colonel Diaz
ordaz. of thi flat Infanuy. who jolned
.;. nrral 4>laz wlth hls troops in the r.*vo
lutlon.'?j&a dlaappaared. but an actlve
aearch for ldm is belng made.
.fflcera bava be?n dlsarmed
ar.-l aonera. and it ls thought
protaahta here thnt the> will be ihot by
s.initnary court martial
The Unlted itates cmlSSr Des Moines
sent Lieutenant Rurns and Passed As
?latant Surgeon Coba sskora te attend to
Chlbuabua. Mexieo, Oct 23.?A force
ef General Oroaco'a sdhereats was de?
feated to-day with romSderaMs loss by the
fed. ral troops at Mai.ona, near Cotame.
_ tba Staf of Chlhuahua. The rebel*
WON commanded bv Marcete Caraveo.
Oeneral Jo*t> InOS BslSSSr, a rebel leader.
wlth a numerous band, is operatlng in
the nelghborhood of Galeana.
U. S. AIDS THE WOUNDED
Cruiser Sends Medical Assist
ance to Vera Cruz Victims.
(From The Tritajn.* Buri-au. 1
Washlngton, Oet :*3.?The defeat of
(icnera) Dlaa at Vera Cruz was a surprise
tr. offllals here, as it was expected that
hls reeistame would b> more Btttbborfl
and that many of the federal troops would
.-t to his movement. It was thought
? he was atrongly fortlfled. It ls gen
eralty belleved that the victory of the fed?
erala tn;irks the imppref-slon of what
should be lr.oked upon at. th*- heglnnlng of
a general rebellion. invclvlng entirely new
Commander Charke T. Hughes of tha
crulser Des Moines, now at Vsrs Cruz.
BdvlSed the Navy Department that he of
feird medlcal aseistance for tbe wounded.
His off. r WSB gratefnll.v ac< epted.
ti aodden coUapea of the defsnes,
after nuch elaboeate preparauena had bsen
made for b treneral battle. is taken as an
r\!dence that the Mrength of the revolu
tionary sentiment ln the city ef Vera
Cruz hot? been very much overrated, ano
that lt was conflned cloaely to the com?
paratlvely small garrison whlch flocked to
General Dlaz's standard. principally for
Because of the as*uiranc4>s glven that
the llves and propertv of forelaners wonld
t* protected and that the neutral zone
eatablished would be resperted hy both
sldee there waa not much concern here
over the aafety of Amerlrans. The neutral
zone was between the Amerlcan consulate
and the Des Moines, which was about
two thousand feet from the consulate. Ar
rangements were made for permlttlne the
Amerk-ans to go a?>oard the crulser In
tha ment of thelr llves hecomlng en
dangered by the battle Thera were about
flfteen thousantl non-eombatants ln the
zone during the engagement.
The downfall of the Dlaa movement
leaves three rebellions ln operatlon in
Mexlco, headed by Zapata. Agullar and
Orozco. lt la presumed that the gov
ernment forcea employed agalnst Dlaz
wlll be concentrated upon Agullar, who
I* llkely to be drlven back Into the moun
talns; that the pursult of tha small bands
Into whlch firotco's force has broken up
wlll be fosillUSd. a**<l thnt the only really
serloue undertaklng cn'nfrontlng the fed?
eral army wlll be ln connection with the
The Navy Department ls much pleased
with the manner ln whlch Captaln
Hughes. of the Des Moines, haa handled
the Situation at Vera Cruz. He will be
relie\-ed shortly by Commander A. T.
Ty>ng. who ls about to leave Washlngton
for Tera Cru* for that purpose.
Alexander V. Dye has reslgned as
Amerlcan Consul at Nogales, Mexlco.
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LAY HER DEAIH TO
WHITE WE PLOT
Bridgeport Police Suspect
Woman Was Murdered as ln*
former by Powerful New
SEQUEL TO VICE CRUSADE
Victim Well Known in Levee
Diitrict of Western Oity?
Slew Her Because She
Deserted Him, De
|Ry Tfleirrapl, tn The Trlhunel
Bridgeport. Coiyn., Oct. *-'o\?Although
one of the throe men arrested as a re
?Ult of the murder of a woman on the
Shelton Turnplke above Peek'a MIH.
'near Stratford, laBt nlght confessed
to-day that he shot her ln a drunken
frenay becaUM she deserted hlm. and
exhlblted signs of remorse as he de?
clared that she waa his eommon law
wife and that he loved her devly. the
police who have been investlgatlng the
case said to-night they were convinced
thal the woman was kllled as the re
sult of a Plot to get her out of the
way becauae she was an informer
against a certain big gang of "white
slavers" who operate between New
York and Chicago, wlth the under
world section of Bridgeport as an BB>
The police say they have information
from Chicago that the dead woman
came from there. as did Joseph Buo?
nomo, the man B bo admlts that hc shot
her to death. Huonomo, they say, was
well known ln the Chicago underworld
us a "white slaver." In ihe woman's
handbag was a small notebook fllled
wlth names and notcs apparently hav?
ing to do wlth facts ln the trattlc in
women. There was also u 4-ard betiring
the name of the Rev. Alice Phllllpa
Aldrlch, a noted vlce ciusadcr of Chi?
Follcwing out the Hne of Investlga
tion BUggaatOd by these facts, the police
to-night obtained a poultlve k-entlflca*
tion of one of the five men who wett
wlth the woman when pho was Bbol BB
"Blg Andrew' Caponl, a miin wanted
by the N'ew Haven police.
Waming to Informera.
A year ago. according to the informa?
tion recelved from New Haven. f4?llow
ing a rald on a house in that city, a
girl by the name of "Cherry" Fianclsco
was arrested and then turned informer
against Caponl and his assoclutea, re
pultlng in their arrest later. Because
of threats against her life. it was said,
the Klrl became panicstricken and
hackod rliiivn when it came H> mn
frdntlng her aileged ghdoctora lt Is
thought that the woman kllled laBt
nlght met the fate which thc same
gang threatened "> visit on "flu-rrv"
Franrisc, and whlch they h.dd over
the heada of all informers.
Buonrimo has toid the police that her
malden name was OloVRiiina. RotondOb
and that jahe was married to a man in
Chicago ,,f the name of Caveolr. , who
dled aereral months age Aiter that,
Buonomo said, sbc lived wilh him as
his eommon law wife, coming to
Bridgeport yaaterday. He also said her
na"ne was Jennio Cavaglleri.
After being t-xamlii'-d by detectivea
nnd state pollceincn for s.-veral hours,
Buonomo dwlaml late to-nlght that
thc naaaon he al)led tha woman was
beeautd ahe had refuaed to ao back to
Chicago and llre aith hlm ns his eom?
mon law wife.
Buonomo suid be had lived with the
woman ln Chicago for tho laal four
montha and that thlB week abe dlsap
peared. He went to Now Vork. and,
t>eing unable to flnd her there, I ame
tr, Bridgeport to see hls frlend, Fran
cisco Plzzlcheml, thlnking h* mlght
have aeen her. Plazlcheml remem
bered seelng her ln Bridgeport and toid
Buonomo ho could flnd her. Arrange
ments wera accordlngly made, Bu?
onomo satd. and the automobiio ride,
wlth Us fatal ending. resulted.
Buonomo denled that ihe shootlng
was In any way prompted by revela
tions the dead woman is said tO have
made concerning the "whlte slave"
trafflc ln Chicago. Ho naid the only
reason he ahot her was that she
wouldn't live wlth hlm.
The police theory ia that deaplte Bu
onomo's atory to them he entlcewl her to
come here wlth him aa a |?rt of a plot
to murder her to prevent her from
telling the Chicago vlce Investlgatora
what ihe knew about the underworld
of that clty. now ln the midst of b vlce
crusade led by the Law and Order
League, whlch Ib ?ald to have had the
dead woman ln Its aervice.
Auto Party in Evenlng.
The full atory of the plot gathered
by the police up to the present _hows
that the palr came to Bridgeport shortly
after noOn yesterday, spendlng th*- af?
ternoon and the early part of the even?
lng ln the lawleas acctlon of thc clty.
About H o'clock an automoblle party
waa mude up, consisting of the dead
woman, Buonomo, Franclsco Plzzl?
cheml, James Matteo, Andrew Mosci,
allas "Blg Andrew" Caponl, and
"Jlmmy" Lewis, allas "Hartford
Jimmv," whoae real name Is aald to be
Wllllam Hall waa engaged to pllot
the car. but the police abaolve hlm of
all compllelty ln the crlme.
Tho men stocked up with a llberal
supply of ehampagne before they set
out. So well known are Plzzlcheml,
Matteo, Moscl and Lewis to'the local
police. that as the car waa leavlng
the dietrict, four dlfferent pollctmcn
notlced them and thought it worth
whlle keeplng track of them t<? the
extent of Jottlng down the numlwr
of the car In case it j-hould prove
uaeful In traclng them. The four
pollcemen knew all ln the party exeept
Buonomo and the woman.
Aceordlng to the story toid by Hall,
who was drlvlng the car, tk??y took
TME *M!:\ ARRESTED FOR WOMAN'S MURDER.
FIUNCISC" II//.1CHKM1 JOSKI'H MJOMOMO.
Who aiimiiH aheotlng the victim.
ths Derby Road to a point beyottd
Pe<-k's Mlll brldge. drinkiiiK freely nnd
getting hilarious as they went flkHI
They were all gssmlflgly frlendly
enough, he said, and he BUSpeCted
nothing <>f what was intcnded. Sittlng
behind Hull was James Mattoo.
Hall's narrative was contlnued by
Matteo, who said that Just beyond the
brldgS one of the men on the seat be?
hind him, tnppi il him on the should'r
and told hhn 10 stop the car.
Sent Chauffeur Up Road.
"l never knew Buonomo." Matteo told
the pnlice, "but I knew the other mefl
I did not know what they were golng
tO do nnd don't krmw why they dld do
lt. Whi-n they told mr- to stop I told
the chauffeur. After \vc all g"t OUl he
drove up ths road
"i was Btautdtag i?\ ths Blds of ths
road with m*. back to the oth< 11 ??
i board ths shotb. Then i bei
afraid and ran sway. That is all i ,
know about it Only one man tlred all |
tl.e ShOta Bve, 1 think That was 11
Hall. in contlnulng bla own Btory,
FHiri he obeyed the commandfl of ona of
the men and drova his mr for b short
dlstance along the road. While stand
Ing there be heard the shota n*
looked ba k nnd BSW the wtnan lylng
ln the road and ths Bvs men running
away. Pearful leal be himself bs hot,
and realistnf that a murder bad proba*
bi\ been comm tted he pul on all speed .
to ths nesreet bouss from which he
could spreed ths alarm t" the pollcs by
others passing along found the body
lylng in the roarl and also jent oul tbel
alarm, nnd soi.n the couhfryside srsa
swarrning with city and BtatS polk4
who osms upon soms ot lha men ss|
they were running awa) from the
scene. Tho-. Sfho WOW ari* ??
Buonomo, Pisstchemi and Malt
Andrew Mosd and "Jlmmy" Lewls
nre itlll al large, and an alarm has
been ssnt oul for their arresl through?
out the Btate and nelghboring terri?
tory. lt araa reported from varlous
quarters that they bad been caught,
bul up to ,-, late bour to-nlghl tha local
police bave beard nothlng of them
Second Pistol Found.
Although nn pistol was found on any
of the men am ated excepl Buonomo,
wh" carrled a 12-inch snny pistol .88
callbre, B searcb thi- morning near the
acene pf Ihe ahootlng broughl to Hghl
.., pt?to1 of the Bsme callbre,
loaded wlth hat-nossd bulleta
Bullets of the sam- kind were In the
pistol found "ii Buonomo. Accordlng
to Matteo, after Buonomo emptled hla
revolver Into the woman's head b<
caimly flsked tor more cartridgea and
reioadcd hlg weapon iiefnre he ran
awa\ MattflO said he himself handed
him the bullotfl, but denled that tlf?*
pistol found lylng by the rsasafde waa
A fourth man wns taken Into custody
to-day by the pottea Hs Kitve hlfl
name ai- Balvators Renaldl, a i.k ln
the reetaurani sl Ifo 441 Water Btreet,
where the WOSnail St? her BUPPST ftb
terday. His gpprehenskm reeulted
from Informatlon which the three prts*
oaers gava ths pOHee, but Besmldl
denled thal lM kntfr nnythlng about
the Hffalr. Rf ll belng held ?s I P08
sible material S ltin.su.
The police bellevs that the drunken
ness was carefully prepared by Ihs
murdercrs tn blds the real motlvc for
thelr crime Bhould they b. arrested.
Fbiononio *ald he formerly C088dueted
a coffee house wlth hls brotlu-r ln lllth
Btreet, tn New York.
Among the dead woman's effects
were a number of names. One of thsflfl
was Rose White, but the police WON
uaable 10 tletsnalns whether that was
a name the woman used as her oun. or
whether It was that of another peTflOn,
Late to-nlght a fifth arrest waa
made. An Itnllan. who it Is thought
mlght know sonv-thlng of thfl l rlme,
belng flppn bended. He gave the name
ol Elea Marstro, anrl said hw was a
laborer. About nlghtfall he entend
the home of Rose Rarnardo on the
Woodend Roarl. near Stratford, and
j-rabbed her by the throat. The woman,
who was peellni* potateSS at ths time,
fought him off with her knlfe, slashlng
hls face. He hroke away from her, and,
aeizlng a revolver lylng on a table, es?
caped thrrmgh the oi.en door and dls
appeared in tl.e woods near b>.
Posses whlch wrro gOOUrtng the vlcln
ity of the crtms pursrted him. and flnal
ly arrested him in Hrldgeport.
[By T.lrjjranh tn The Trlhune. ]
Chlcago, Oct. L\''.?The girl found
?BUrdered near Stratford, Conn., waa
identlfled to-day as a woman known
hon* ns Rose Bunnls and also as Rose
Bennett. a member of the underworld,
who had llved at "Jlm" Coltsemo's
place.,nt No 120 Wi-st L'lst street
Thls fact, taken wlth other clrcum
stances, has convlnr*ed the police here
that the young woman was murdered
as the result of a plot growlng out of
j \.\irs m ,T M-11
Who toM the 4 hauffeur to stop
some aobmerged Intrlgua of the lcvoe,
compli' .ii."i. poeelbly, by ihe under
ground machlnatlona of the braneh of
the atafla b htt 1, la known to ha ?
responi fOT a tniml.'r of Other BB
aaaali ? i ,?"
Card found In the giri's pn?ilon
thi 1 ? '. ? theorj thal the
girl a aa the vfrtim of a < endetl 1 >-t
thi s. l-; ? . . led dil ir' t. 1 Ine Of tluse
carda bori the name 4,f the !<? * \a ,
Phllllps Aldrlchj who la - 'A..ik-r
and hai been actlve ifi the Bouth Blde
Buonomo, the confessed Blayefl-, who
wns known here aa Bruno, wai a frlend
of Collaemo, one of the blg bossee of
the Chicago levee, and lt was learned
Ihat he and the woman rereived thelr
mail and ate at ('4>llsemo'B restaurant.
The place has been in the llmellght,
i and Colisemo's name haa been men
; tir-ned freriuently In vlce caaes whlch
I have been Investlgated by the federal
\ authorities and thc committee of flf
I teen ln Chicago. Carl Waldron, attor
! uey (or that organlzailon, a short tlme
I ago declared BH important witness In
a caai dlasppaared after she hail been
taken to an ufstairs room over Coll
LODla Quitman, secretary of the Chl
[ CagO Proteettre League for Women.
| thla evenlng fttrnlahed valuable Infor
j uiution concerning the murdered
j woman. Bha was one ef the Chicago
;,.\ ??? denlxena reglatered by his or
"The woman called Rose 3unnla, or
Roae Whlt,-, was registered by us on
October l," saiil Mr. Quitman. "She,
j like many of the foreign women of the
underworlil, trled to give us i,n Engllsh
namo instead of her real name. She
first said her name was Rosle Bloom.
i When B/e preaaad for her real name
. she said it was Rosina Bruno, and we
hnve her reglatered that way.
She saiil at that time she had been
: ln ChlCBgO six weeks, that she was
I twenty six years old and was an ln
I mate of B rOBOTt ln West 20th atreet.
! She said sl)4- had beefl fl levee charac
! (er for elght yeara and had been ln a
| resort on Second avenue, New York,
i before comlng to chicago."
SHOT IN BLACKMAJL HUNT
Alleged "Black Hander" In?
jured in Fight with Sleuth.
s.ilv atore I'afla. u mllktnan. wln, ls ?ald
by the polli c to bc h "Black Hander," la
in Bellevue ilospltal wlth a bullet wound
In hls rlght breast. The doctors say he
haa rary uttle ehance of getttngwell. De
lectlve Carrao, of the Central Offlce who
dld thc abootlng; d,-. iares it was ualntca
Banto I'ioii.inn, arhe now llvea ?t No.
? Broome atreet. ueed to live nt No. .'17
I'orsvth street. ard it was ln front of tiie
last named place that the shootlng t>ok I
piece about 1" o'clock last nlgiit Kor a,
long tlme Mocalano got letters thre?t< n- i
Ing ib-iith 'o hlmaelf and famlly If he dld
nol leava li/ioo under the stoop of the
house In whlch he llv.-d. Kour months
ago he moved ?o that tiie u-tt.-rs would
stop. They dld untll yesterday, when he
c,.f one al bla n?w addraea telling him
ii at if tha H.0B8 araa not nnder the stoop
of the r,ld bouea hv M o'doch lnst nlght
tlierc wouid be murder done Dlocalano
srent to I' ll. ?? Headtjuarters and toid i.ls ,
tlvea 4',irrso and r'ntttano cit
newapapera up to th* size of hank mit s
and tuadi- the sllps Into a paCBBge. They
toid IMocalano to place lt undrr th?
a-..o|. Mr dld. BBd aeveral mlnutes later,
accordlng to Carrao, ."afa came up and
S. Attmatt $c (En.
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Each has its own distinc
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6c. and up
reaehed for the packajre. The detectlves
pOfiinesd BPOB Wm. <'a'1a |S B bl? man,
nearly slx feet tall. and there wa^4 sonie
thirij- of a fiKht. ln Wblefe Carrao say.- he
atruofe the man in the forehearl wlth the
butt end of hls r.-volver. Coftfl pleked th.'
deteetlve up and threw him down?the
Ktin went off addentally.
The dStSCtlvea BSal the prlso.ier to
BelleeUS ln an SmbUlanCS and then went
to headquarters nnd made their report.
?WHITE SLAVER8" SENTENCED.
Two "white slavers." tfaghey Martello,
B lawyr-r's runner. and LotUfl D. I'I '?io
coms, were flenteneed to seven and a half
raar*a bnprtoennsenl each tn the f?*r;erai
penltenttary at Atlants, <?a.. yesterday. I
by .iiniae Chstfield, in tba P-ederal District
Potirt ln Brooklyn Msrtello was r,,n
vloti'd ot seiiinK Rebecen Mlnkowlts, Rf
i.'ii yerus old, to tbe praprletreoa nf i
a hon?e at BrldKeport. f'nnn.. and 1*1
Qlacoma pleadcd gullty to an inli.tiaaat
charglng hlm with having t.ik. n BlaTa
Slmon, elahtecn y.-ars old, from thla city
io N'.-wark and Pat?-rson, N. J., Ior 1m
tnoral purpt ?
PORTER FOR LIEUT. COLONEL
Captafa AugMBtua Drum Porter, adju-'
iant of the 12th Reglment, National Guard
Of N-w York. has 1)4-.-n ii'.nunatod by
('olonel rTUBtOfl for the post of l.leutca
ai t (dlonel. Captain Porter BBrVad la
the Si'uiiish-An.etican Wai wltl, the lst
Reglment, Pennsylvanla Volunteera, and
was for MVBBtBOB years In the National
Ouai I of l*. nnsyivatita. retliinf with tha''
rank of .aptain. He entered thc *-rv\ca
..f the l.th R.-pim.-nt, National Guard of
Near York, in 1888, M nrst lleutenant
''aptain I'orter lives ar No 804 Parlt
avenue, is a memher of the l'nion ''lub.
Society (if colotiial Wara. Son- of tha
ReVOlUtlOn, Society 4,f l-'ore!_;i U ara, llll
Society and othere. He is aecretary to
Mr. M< Kay, Kirsl Deputy Pollea I 'om
My Lady's Own
34 and 36 West 32nd Street
Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway
H_J_IPTCM*3' STE ? ?!???
f T is woman's inalicnable priv- ;
ilege in rhe furnishing of her '
home to seleet certain pieces for
each room which shall reflect her
own personal ity.
Whether this touch of the eter
nal feminine be looked for in the
gracious refinement of the French
Furniture of Louis XVI or in the
dainty classicism of the Mahogany
and Satin wood elegancies of Geor
gian Kngland our Reproductions
will furnish "My Lady" with op
portunities for selection.
Special Sale of
Men's High Grade Shirts
Thursday and Friday, October 24th and 25th
An unusually select and varied assortment of best Fall and Winter models in materials of de
pendable grades only at unusual concessions from reguiar prices especially arranged for this sale.
PURE S1_K CREPE SHIRTS?Heavy end finest
quality. Strictly a custom grade. Rich satin stripes
on white grounds. Regularly $7.50
PURE SILK SHIRTS? Satin stripes on white snd
colored grounds; gocd weight for Fall snd Winter
wear, perfect fitting. Regularly $5.00
PURE SILK SHIRTS?A serviceable silk of extra good
quality, neatest stripes only. Regularly $4-50
PLEATED SHIRTS?Imported shirtings; many exclu
sive high-grade custom ideas, also collection of
Scotch and English Madras, exceptionally fine
patterns. Regularly $2.50 to i.3.50
PLEATED AND PLAIN NEGLIGEE SHIRTS?
Unusually fine patterns and desirable high-jrade
fabrics; printed and woven designs on whlte snd
colored grounds. Regularly $2.00, $2.50
NOTE.?All our shirts are
order models. Highest class
TAFFETA FLANNEL SHIRTS?This well known and
moat practical Fall ahirt in a new assortment of
designs. Very choice models.
Regularly $2.50, $3.00
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS?Made of fine Scotch Madras;
plain fronts, stiff cuffs, well made and a 'perfect
htting business shirt. Excellent selection of patterns.
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS?A collection of woven and
printed designs on fine madras shirtings; stiff cuffs.
Roomy snd perfect fitting. Regularly $1.50, $1.65
PLEATED AND PLAIN NEGLIGEE SHIRTS?
Unuauslly choice selection of sensible good fabrics.
The very latest designs. Regularly $1.50
SOFT NEGLIGEE SHIRTS?Asaorted stripes and
desirable fabrics. Regularly $1.50, $2.00
patterned and made, after reguiar custom
custom workmanship tm all better grades.
SW*-dwttj <& ty&pheel