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10 AtBANY USBJESS
National Guard Ofticers Say
Governor Dix Did Not
Some Express Opinion That the
Whole Thing Was Planned
in Interest of Gen?
Coaunaadl-g o*_6are of the nattoaal j
ut... w< re ordered to Albany to j
,,,,',-t tiic Oovernor last Priday for Um
.... ,1 purpoae ol being aaked t.> ml- !
with hlna on Important national
raard affelra are wonderlng why they
ffwre asked t<> make th.- journoy and ?- |
?ma surprlae tbal the mUttarr Coad of
the BtatO BhouKl lOOB CkMM on $MO lor
what they conslder in the most part an
absoititfly uoeleea bUbbbo 1.
oflic.-fs had been led to belleva tliat the
Governor ha<l declded to ask them t.. .x
press their views on matters of vital in?
terest to the national goard, looking to
its future welfare, but the rcturning of?
flcer* assert that the Governor did not
ft6X them a single questlon, nor did he
luvlte any oplnlonfl whateoever. The
opinion is generally e-preeeed, naofBdal
Z ot course, that the Urlp was the gn-.it
Mtfrrce ln the hletory of the guard. and
' th* prlvate opinion is thal it was ungt
? __]]y n-tended to be solely in tho interest
of Gen?-ral Wllllam Verbeck, the adju
Lt generai. chlef of staff. Ofticers who
h_v. no peraonal feellnga for or against
either Generai John F. ORyan, the de
posed commanding generai. or Qeneral
Verbeck expreaa theae opinions.
An orr'cer describing yesterday what
: took place ln Albany laal FHday, sald:
Their Presence a Surprise.
. -There wen Bome thirty-om- cominand
iBg offlcero present from the national
_.ard and these npresented organiza
Uona all over the Btate. Before the meet
ing was called to order the offlcere had a
good opportunity to dlscuss matters ln
formftllv Our flrst aurprise was when
Lleutenant Commander Kckford C. De |
Kav mlUtary aeoretary to the Go-et-or,
was'falrly dumlounded at our preeenoe.
He at once asked Generai Verl ech wi.y
the BBBemWy was called |Hthout his
korwledge, as he, the mlUtary aecretexy
to the Governor. Do Kay Btoted, should
?Te been lnfoi-iedof tbe meettadbtfore
ttww order,.:. Thle young naval mttltla
>6>cer falrly Juraped eround Uko a cat on .
??ln on).: to eppeasi Oa wrath Qeneral
Verbeck explalned to the irate commander .
tnat th. Mllll l ?' m'*!''
siun )? ;ti"" f"*orin* the|
1 nmtlnt l*<? lhis 8tat( ,'''"'t did not ap' l
I the Governor-o mlUtary ;
Mretar), foi ln ""1" "* eo-dnn Mo
Itatement Generai V. ck called three I
\Di.wt Mllitla Councll preaent to .
Inform De Kaj of the action the COUncil
-JBotii Generai Verbeck and De Kay
? wept m i ;nor, but what
iappened tlu-n we do not know, bu
waltlng bobbb thlrty mlnuteo
fcfoi ' '??"'"?" k'
In lioldlng o
r Generai Chariea f Hoe was com
1 nandinj: i ? New Vork National Guard,
. _n(j , no nnoortala teraa
of the v< ry ui , > montha h(
senred with x. neral (?'Ryan ln
Re$olutiort Was Misquoted.
"Upon the assuranci >1 Qeneral v"er
' leck that he had not been plenadlH lor
i the major generalshlp, the .fficers aOOOBt
ed the resolution offered b> Colonel C. EL
Hitchcock, lst Regiment, of Binghamton.
The resolution was adopted also on the
further assurance from Geaeral Verbeck
; tUt he ha.l been worklng 11 UM Intereel
l of the national t;uard as he saw it, and
. not with any ideas of peraonal advantage.
Thi* resolution as given out to the pTOOB
waa lncorrectly rtated. It did not rea<l
?We have the utmost confldence ln all that
Generai Verbeck has done as having been
done for the best Interest of the national
?uard, but lt should have read 'what he
eonalders for the best Interests of tlie
guard.* In other words, the command?
ing offlcers were wllllng to say. upon the
?djutant general's statements, that he
had acted ln good falth.
"Governor Dix mad? us an address
whlch was full of 'hot alr.' He asked no
advlce from us or any expresslon of
opinion on national guard matters. He
made no referenee as to why he had re
moved Generai ORyan frorn the com
?aand of the national guard, and we had
leoked upon thls as one of the star events
ef the meetlng-. Tou can Judge of th*
?urprlse of the commanding ofllcrs when
they realized that thelr trlp to Albany
had been only for tne purpose of passlng
[.a resolution in favor of Geaeral VertO?B
, snd lUtTiing to very thln 'hot alr' from
' .?ie Governor."
Colonel Hitchcock Explains.
'?.Colonel C. H. Hitchcock, of Bingham?
ton, said ovei the long _loteneo lele
Phone last nlght that his resolution
?ad been glven a great deal nOfe slg
?lficance than was due lt, and also that
ft* mear.h.g had been decldedly -dOOO-*
trjed. The councll, he sald. could not ba
_ trndtiMo-.d to I.ave crltlclsed or OVOB
^nirnttit'd upon an ofllclal act of the
\ Oovernor or of Qeneral Verbwk, and be
BMd not have offered a resolution IO
M, ,,ii the colonel,
,. "?oi ilmer.t <>f thi BK l U_g that
HP*?Qal V.ihek had aci.-l in good falth
?"d with the ?-?od of tne organlaattoa at
?BpBI't. \\i ? ? nt thltiK lio.il
^Mtng th_t he ;..! ... t..: f.-r the t.'--l
Hlestn of the ..treanizailo/i. The publinhed
^BlBrts ot th.- :> soliition umilled thtc
' **t\ vit.,1 v...i :> Th.y ihoui'i hav? read:
^Vkat (i.lnr.il , irl.eck ha...
^Btft done "with a vi<\v" to tlie l.e.st ln
?*?.'? -.! ..nd ' The oinls
^P>ul tl. ., tu entirib
^^Pttged th. iii<ai)lng of the resolution.
?'"This i<solutlon, bowi - a more
akle l.. ;. i ,,,,,i th. re.il ..l.j. ? t ..f our
, Jourii..y to Albany, whlch waa te u
[jfiovernor Lrtx'a queatlon as to what we
^^Pought of his plan to norgaiilze ti<.
4ciard. \\, that flioetlon
^^ProuKh | W. Wlngate
^BaOlutlo:. Jetuill lo tlie
^HN fc>>te.i,. '|.;,ii w.i the linpoitan!
|9Pjna- -"d lt ls nnfiii tunate that my leSo
HUon attalned ho niiich unnieilted puh
Rrtty through tho in'oit.et mi. Btrl?i at
?buted to lt."
THE TRIBUNE'8 ROOM AND
OARD REGISTER has a conden.ed
?U?t of furnished rooms. Consult it.??
? FOUNDED /7\ j. FOUNDED*
X 1*27 rtv I ,1 l)fi 1827 ?
pj Dry Goods, Carpets, Upholstery ^~^0 X
Special Silk Sale
Kemarkablc Reductions in Prices
10.000 yards--Colored Chaniieuse, Printed and Fancy
(tUuzcs, Mousselincs, Fancy Crcpes, Print Warp
TaiTetas, Whitc and Black Satin Duchess, Moires,
Fancy Marquisettes, Snrahs, Checkfl and a number
of High Class Xovclties and Ricli Brocaded Satins,
that were formerly $1.50 to .$10.,50 yard.
REDUGED TO 75C TO g#5Q
THIS SALE WILL BE HELD IN OUP 18TH STREET ANNEX
IMPORTANT SALE OF ?
High Grade Furs x
FOR WOMEN AXD MISSES ?
MACKINAWCLOTHCOATS?Hamsterlined. <n AA IC AA 1
Assorted fur collars. Regularly $55.00 to $60.00, 40.00, J9.UU X
CARACUL COATS?Full length, Satin lined. 7A nA OA AA t 1c AA ?
Regularly $90.00. $110.00. $135.00, Ml.UU, 80.00, 113.UU ?
FRENCH SEAL COATS?Full length. Regularly $125.00, 105.00 ?
FRENCH SEAL COATS?Full length, Skunk . ~~ ~A <
shawl collar and cufls. Regularly $165.00, 106.3*1 f
HUDSON SEAL COATS?Full length, Satin lined. 00_ nn Z
New model Regularly $275.00, 660.W 4
HUDSON SEAL COATS?New model. 07c nn ?
deep shawl collar. Regularly $325.00, til3.\n) ?
TAUPE SQUIRREL COATS?London dyed. 00- nn ?
Brocade lining. Regularly $265.00, ??Z>.\)\l ?
TAUPE SQUIRREL COATS? 07A AA 1
With pointed Fox collar. Regularly $310.00, dlVlMV) X
SPOTTED DEER COATS?Full length.
Satin lined. Regularly $50.00,
CARACUL SCARFS?Two new models.
NATURAL PONY COATS?Full length.
Satin lined. Regularly $100.00.
wo new moucis. ^ AA 7 nn ?
Regularly $10.00 and $11.00, D.UU, /.OO X
Pillow Muffs?To match. Regularly $10.00, $11.00, 6.00, 7.00 ?
PERSIAN PAW SCARFS- 4 AA - r(, , 7c 14 aa ?
Four new models. Regularly $6.00 to $18.00,4.00, ^0,0./S, l"t.OU ?
Muffs to match. Regularly $9.00 and $10.00, 6.00, 7.00 $
MANCHURIAN FUR SETS?Animal scarf ~, 9c -in aa ?
and pillow muff. Regularly $30.00, $36.00 set, ^*t.^, W.UU X
DYED SKUNK SETS?Animal scarf and pillow muff. 1? An ?
Regularly $30.00, J-f.00 ?
BLACK FOX SETS?Novelty scarf and pillow muff. ,A fin J
Regularly $50.00, -10.00 $
BLACK FOX SETS?Fancy animal scarf . _ sn aa ?
and pillow muff. Regularly $72.00. WMW ?
RUSSIAN LYNX SETS--. haw collar and pillow muff. ,- -A ?
Regularly $57.00, f/.ow T
Y0Rm?E '-^W'nSSfS nfcK 21.00, 37.50, 49.50 I
ALASKA SARLE SCARFS?Thrre choice ... ?j ag ()fl .-, ?,. j
roodtls. R.guUrly $21.00. $32.00, $50.00, IO..W, 0.UU, 1..UU ?
P1"?" muffs %?3m% $4o.oo ?o $62.00. 32.50, 42.00, 54.00 j
NATURAL RACCOONJCARFS-Twojo^,, ^ ^ 3,^ ?
Piiiow Muff .0 ??*^g5^tJ7Jft 21,50, 29.00 I
*??????????* * V- l ' ? iiHh .)!?/,?.- < >??????*?
65wa^wau du l^/Dtwet
S. Altmmt $c (Hk
FUR AND FUR-LINED GARMENTS
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
WOMEN'S FUR COATS ln the newest styies
and lengths are shown ln aii the fashioti
able furs and fur combinations. Included are
coats of Russian and Hudson Bay sables,
broadtail, mink, chinchilla, ermine, mole,
etc; also fur-lined and fur-trimmed wraps
of brocaded velvet, satin and cloth.
M.SSE5' AND CHILDREN'S FUR COATS of
French seal, mole-dyed coney, white coney,
chinchilla squirrel. pony, leopard, etc, many
with trimmlngs of other furs.
HEN'S OVERCOATS, for general or evenlng
wear, of oxford or broadcloth, with linings of
Alaska seal, Hudson seal, Australian opos
BUtn, mink, rnarrnot and other desirable furs.
ARE NOW H0LD1NQ
AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
Misses' & Glrls* Dresses & Suits
and Glrls' Coats
AT VERY LARGE REDUCTIONS FROM
25 West 38th St. N?? Filth Ave.
I ARGEST MAKEK AND RETAILEE OF
Drcss and NegHfM for Women and Misses
OPEN ELECTION DAY
aatractivC winter stvlea ready tO weBT, madr to
measnrc or altercd to fit arithoal additional charge.
Nattv Suits of Serge and Velvet
Fine twillB. <l..v.,t and cordumv, n .vy, 28.50 to 38.50
broWO, tanpc and tnixturcs.
"TSH A2S ;WS! M>-75 ? 47.50
MOURNING DRESSES, SUITS, WAISTS
,,f arool CftPB and crepe de ch.nr ierg? cloth and
rhiffon. black and white, and a!' white, at moderata
coat; readywear or nude to meaaore in inort order.
25 WeSt 38th St. BRANCH, Broadway and 16W St.
Edith Taliaferro's Mother Seeks
to End Long Beach Scandal.
RETRACTION ALREADY MADE
Mlnister's Son, Sued by Wife,
Admits He Didn't Take Auto
Rides Described in Letter.
M.s Kdlth Taliaferro, an actress, and
her mother. Mrs. Anna Taliaferro Abell,
aro dreadfully put out. Deane I_.rranee
Weaver, who eanis $?". a week M an < BV
plcye of Spencer Trask & Co.. bank. rs.
and whose father ls a mlnister, In a boast
ful moment, whlle slaying at I>ong Beach,
1 ong Island, wrote to his wlfe that he
had taken a moonllght rlde ln an automo
Llle wlth Miss Taliaferro, another act
rom and ano.her young man. In fact,
rer wbo ls only nlneteen years old,
v.rote numerous letters to his wlfe, whom
i j.,. left behind In New York, telllng of the
,!ine he was cnjoylng at lx>ng Beach.
Now tha letter about Mlaa Taliaferr,^
woold'ne-er have beoomo publlc if Mr*
Weaver bad not declded to aoe ber bue
llnd for u separation and put the letter
j ,a .vidence to show g.ounds for aubs a?
,1 allmony. Weavar has aetooarlodgod
' Baturday was the only day of the w..? k
j when be" bad any tanglblo a^. end on
tta4 day ta collected l.lBU -J^ * j
tbe oourt ordered 1.1.0 U> pay that to 1.i.
Iwil, ?s- Bllmony aad then raise M more
; for her eouheel foea
,.:?t tba wHbdrawal by "???"'" ./?'
,,,??,,? eboul .he moonllght rlda wttj
Miss Taliaferro did not appeaa hei ,
,,., mother, Mra AboIL |
Ml.. Taliaferro retnrn^ya-*erday Jja... .
London .... the atea_?blp Celtle. ihe te
onIy , mlnor. being eifbteen reers ?.i k
ST wltl.r oonee-t, ber wHher took
to rfffM Iha InJoaUoa doaaMM
TW- Mra Abell, aa lunrdlan ed Utem.
rteken l. b, Ulni a auH
J Woaver yeaterday. ln wWeh ahe|
000 damagea becnoe* of the
. and defamatory' statementa
., .. Abell oKaln. ? ror-M Mj tb.
full amount th. J.*??*?*?* J"*?"
-rticheleft ?ut of his $?- a -eek.
;_-;;,.,?,,, jfu.r ha *? ?.?.i m. **?
["thal ,*a>,l. ..-. th- t?ue,K,rp..s. ;
of ,?, ...it broughl ta behalf of MUae
muaferro. "The pole pur:..... of tho ??
Lnjng o, thia action," aaU her *a
yl.terday. "was to set hei rlghl be* "
tb, country. wbore aha la known as a
young woman avllh a reputatlon fur BTO
prlety af ooaducl and purlty of ehardetei
aaaoDS her filouda aad acquelntancoa aad
la the lliaalitnal prefaaalen and with th
general public of tiu- United Htatcw."
The coinplalnt aajs thnt Mlss Tallaferm
was Uvlng with her nuith- r ancl foater
father at Ix>ng Iica"h at Ihe time ot the
lmaginary eplsode daocrlbcd by Weaver.
SUIT OVERJILSEY SITE
Plaintiflf Alleges He Is Entitled
to Share of Hotel Property.
A Biiit involvlng the atoeh of a propoeed
fl .000.000 corporation araa begun la ti
Buprema Oaurt yeaterday by sfohn r*
oiaen eamlnet R. R. VofeL Tho com
ptalnt of Olaen. who la a botlaer, la thal
in IBM he aajreed to buy froan Jemea M
lUideraoB, truetea of tha estate of Jamei
w Anderaon, the QUeey pr.rty. ai
Broadway and BHh atreet for H..
oisen aaya Voajel was to furntafa the
Ital A <;or| o-atlon was to ba fome .1
Uld Olaen W i 10 BBVa M ven-tenU.H ol
the atoeh and v..fei Uwaa-taBtha. Ttv
lltigaati ptaaa to i?ut ap a butldJni on
Olaen aaya ba a?reed to a PNawaUon
by VoK'i to 1'iiv" th<- property plaeed ln
hia aame. Thla waa laptaootitad i
mere formallty. tba piaintiff aaya, the d
u.,]lUut ?? dm to reoatwey tha prop?
erty to ?''" "?
Tha phatntlff aJlefea that the propertj
Waa ...nveyed to Vog.l BBd BO haa kept
the title ln hia oamo. Ha coaeptalna tbat
ri<? cwrpeaataoa haa beea tomed aoeord
Ina to th.ir agrearaent and no atoeh bai
l^laawed The idalntiff aeka the court
ta dedare blm lha owner of ?**+*** '"
the property. ora?ta ao ecoounttna froan
the defendant. aad also ask? foi th. ap
IM.Intmint Bf ^ r.cclv.r.
CHECK LEADS TO ARREST
Prisoner Figures in Other Sucii
Cases, According to Police.
x well dreaeed yema man. who |
?,- name aa Oeorpa Auatln.a aterk, of
No IS ?Veat ?th atreet, araa arreated
vcaterday w th. ofBcea of MeOratb t
Co it Noa. U an.i fd Whlte atreet. after
,,.',,,?! arowaed tha auemctona ??f ti>.
,., rki ia that Plaoa by lha teader of a
check beartna tl>a eeppoaed aagaatan ol
,;,,na,, fcUrp. a rahrr of Mo. M
'^'tni^v.' an order for BMM arorth
,,/Vht Slowlng thla up with a reaueal
bat t e U'ik. ror a emall amount. ta
inat u?e 1M1. C|era? became huh
?ttoua' he told them to look up tha aame
p#wiitiam Sewland. to whom the papei
"f I*m ln the telephone book aad
uaV ,* .', elvea thal he waa all rlaht
....... J tha ooUce aald ha bad i i>ri?on
Qlia V mri.- il ? nimea of Wllaon ami
X"- check Ua.^ucUon- in thla city. I
Long Acre Electric Light and
Power Company Defendant.
OWES $90,000 INTEREST
Metropolitan Trust Company,
Trustee for $500,000 Bonds,
?ih,. Matropotttaa Trust Company began
,llit reeterOay te iaaartaaa on two.ooo
worth of bonda of the Long Acre Boe
trlc Llgbl end Powor CoBapaay on vhteh
iMl, r,.M amotmttag to iso,ooo ha* not beoa
? aid Th. Plalntiff lompany asks for the
appointroeni of n reealeeg and seeke an
InjuncUon reetrabdag tha i<ong Aera
company from daapool-g ot any of its
rights or property.
?rhl. Metropolitan Trust Company be- j
,.,??. trustee ln IMI for a bond _eaa ef
gM bonda aggregattaf Mte\MA Thaeaware
,.?? ,?!.? on Oetober II of each rear. The
,, | ., ,,,..., , MgodatOd the sale of .
of theae bonda helng boM for their foU|
ral ,. aad leetroyed Ihe roamtntnf 100 of
tha bond beoa
?in.. ?"? BoeorH by ih. Long
v ,,. ki , trl LtgM and Power Compani
i, tbe nrali timenl of i II h- real oetati
and rlghu obtalned from tba clty In MW
to f.iihi Ha func-oo ea a pdbMc utl-ty
corporation. The ptatotlS allegoa that m
Intereel baa heen paid on lb.tataadtng
I bonda -ln. .? IMS and that payment has
, pe -ii lefuood.
,-i,. hui.ier of 4>o of theae bonda whoea
h not menttoned, naade demand i?.
ini,.. il iHst ??>. tha Metropolitan
Trust < .- ii any, aa tra lee, ti>*t nctlea bo
Brought Bgalnal the Long Acre coesgan)
,,..,. 0| the defaull in the peyesenl of
ith.- Intereet Under tha terma of tbe
mortgage ihe trust company eooM alao
? ,.V.-t t.? make tha entlre bond taeuo r-"y
able, which condl_oB it baa ..lerted lo tn
Whlle th. Bame Of the holder Of the 4^1
bonda wbo foreed the action egataat the
Lons Ace ceeapaay i? not mon-oaed. he
,?,. >i le ba a pereoe frleadly te tl ?
N-m York Bdtoon ii.mpany. vhl.h is the
rlval ol Ihe Long Acre umcarn.
A little more than a month ago It be
eaata known that Charloa P. Murphy.
"beoa" of Tammany Hall. ha.l sold about
three hundred of the defaulted bonds as
. xecutor pf the will of former Justlce
William H. KeUy. Justlce Kelly was the
largeBt IndlvMoal holder of tha Long Acra
bonda. He left the prooeeds of the bulk
af these holdings to Catholk in*<tituttons.
John <'. Sheehan, of the Long Acre
company. made the statcment that there
waa no danger of his company being ab
sorbed or drlven out of buslneas, even lf
the Edlflon company did aequlre the out
Btanding bonds. Ile aald the reason the
intereBt was not pald waa because tho
eoupons were never preaented for pay
BULLETS F0B"J0V RIDERS"
Stover Haa Plan for Elimination
of Park Nuisance.
Park rililllBtailonar Stover wanta to put
a atop to "|oy rldlng" ln Central Park.
and If lt cannot bo ?tOPPOd ln other v.a\s
he thlnks thO police *hould have the right
to ahoot al oaTeadera The death of a pa?
trolman in Ontral Park on Fridav. at
trlbuted to a "joy rlding" party, oauaad
the CwamlaalonW to take up with the Na?
tional Htghwayi Proteetlve Soeiety yes?
terday the matter af puttlng an end to
"Joy rldes" Ifl the park
"I know Of onK two ways to end thls
|ay ridlng by druuken persnns," said the
OlIBIldaalonar "and one of the ways la to
ber all atitomobiles from the park after a
certain hour at night, or the OthCf way.
arhleh would give the police power to
?hoot at apaajoera,"
Tlie Oaaaaaaaatoner aald bo was after
aiiffaatloBi as to tha abetlBhlna, of ?uch a
After U o'clock at night podestrlana are
batred froaa the park, but moving tVhl
dea, it araa aiaaolnad are permltted to ??'
thiough at all hoitrs aa the ordlnanee now
An effo.t is being made hy Oaptaln H0>
Keon, of the park pottee, to haw hoiaf
cycle men 011 duty iu the park.
SUES DOCTOR FOR $25,000
Trenton Woman Alleges He
Falsely Accused Her of Theft.
WM Khanor BUCtter, of Trenton, N. J..
fli,.d ? auM aajaloet Dr. ignatiua Coiietti
ftetoer. "f N" :,':' u>sl Knd avenue- >PB"
Urday. aaklm PM* daniages for falsely
eoeuatnB ber of theft
The ptalattff BBjra wM-' waa a friend of
Mra Retner ami frequeatty visited her.
|Oa one of the.se onoaajono. Mlaa Bajettor
aaya aha arao kwked up aii night ln a
room BCeUeed Of Hteallng some fur be
longlng lo Mrs. Kelner. She saya the de?
fendant ltialsted on having the key to her
Dr. Keiner has made answer that he
knows BOthlng about any accusation
made agalnst Mlss Su.-tter. He never ac
cuaed h?r of theft ;.nd had no quarrel
with ber. Th- pkyetctan says he fteea not
know whether hla wifa bad any troubla
1 with the plaintlff. I
.1. Altmatt Sc fllu.
Thcstore wiii be closedon Tuesday (Election Day)
B. Altmatt & (So. are showiing an un
urua!!y interesting seiection of
Woinen's High-Class Dresses and
Qowns for Afternoon and Evening
in velvet, satin, brocade, charmeuse and
chiffon, appropriate for dinner, opera, Horse
Show and evening wear,
at $90.00, 110.00, 1135.00 to 225.00
INCLUDED ARE A NUMBER OF THREE
The following Specaal Sales heve
been arranged for Monday:
An Importatlon of Parls Gowns
for Afternoon and Evening
at $30.00 & $58,00
AN UNUSUAL OFFERBNG OF
15,000 yards of Black Charmeuse,
40 inches wide,
at the special price of $1.58 per yard
Regular price $2.50
(MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE
WOMEN'S CHIFFON BLOUSES
in specially prepared models, at $5.00
also IMPORTED LINQERIE WAISTS
at $4.25 & 6.00
at the following interesting prices:
Black Wool Jersey Top Petticoats, with
messaline flounce, at $3.75
Imported Messaline Petticoats, colored or
Imported Lace Curtains,
Lace Panels and Bed Sets
wlll be offered rs follow5:
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains 4.50,5.75 & 7.00
Usual prices $7.00 to 12.00 per pair
Lacet Arabe Curtains at $8.50,11.50 & 115.00
Usual prices $14.50 to 24.00 per pair
100 Panels of Lacet Arabe at $7.50, 8.75 & 10.50
Usual prices $12.50 to 38.00 each
Laco Bed Sets . . at $7.25, 11.75 & 14.00
Usual prices $10.50 to 26.00 per set
ON WEDNESDAY Nov. 6th
A SALE WILL BE HELD OF
Women's Coats and Wraps
at the following special prices:
Motor Coats . . . at $14.00 & 18.50
Velveteen Wraps .... at 22.50
Satin Wraps, marabout trirnmed at 28.00
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