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BKTILE OP AMAGEDDON
Pight Realistically Described
for the Benefit of
TBIBUTE TO PRESIDENT
Complete Act of "Carmen"
Bendered in Full Costume?
Bull Moose Takes the
Place of the Bull.
Waahiugton, Dec. 7.-The landalide of
mm how lt happened and the futllity
ofan Bttexnpt to reorganl/.c the "G. O.
p ? on the ol<l l-iaea were Um themes
upon tt-fch played the wlt and humor
o( the Grldiron Club at the annual fall
dinr.'r to-nlsht. Kvents of polltlcal lm
portanrc anri aitions on whlch turned
national Issuea were treatod in a splrit
v( lavtty and '""? I'nderlying each Jest
.nd q-Ip aIld ?q,ilt TA('r0 ,oucnes of buman
nympatiiv and klndhneaa for the vtettaaa
al the November avalanche, as well as
.aome bltv of homely advlce and warning
ror tbe vfctora, that kept cvciyt-ody in
Not even his late polltlcal enemies failed
,, ve-fomi tho pathetM trlbute to l'resi
i*nt Taft in the song rendered hy the
;rtdiron nuarut appeallng to him "not
0 fOTKft iif when you go away."' The
-r?*Meni sat and llstoned, arlth the metn
brs ef his Cabinet scattcred about the
Tbe fun staited early. It was dls
-tarad that the usually lmmnoulate hall
?Of aet as tldy n? it should be. and a
"Vhttf Wing" was sent ahout gatberlng
al Forte of litter. This turued out to
he' Oatr-paiyn Rubblsh," and each flnd
brotfbt orth a rlpple of ar-i lause. He
pu4trt O' t from tho bandstand a ralr Ol
moa> orns. and the club meinbera
toaat. nto bis hajr some womout som
>?ha of the campaign. Such were the
"laa posttive prediotlons- of iBBUtflf
Pfrot and Charles D. HIllOB"; -That
imlle hat wouldn't come ofT." the "Hluff
*t Mgous'n^ss. O. K.'d by 'Blll' Bryan.'
acoupt- oi old empty walleta, nnr matrked
T. P. T" a:id the other "G. AV. P-."
the pear?- tre.itics, th^ Cotnaatarca Court
tna the "lapee of Henry Cahal LarfKo
for th*> thalrmanshlp ot the f*oretga Rc
latlona Cbmmlttee '
Initiation in Pubbc.
Unlike ather cluha. the OrtdhrOB Cfcaa.
taitlatea le aaaaabera in puhlic, and this
time !t ncoilred u\<> worthy young Jour
nalifts in nov-l faahlon. tfobMlafl into
the hall en iBiatchea, bandaged. hats
knocked Inand alothee dlahevellad. came
aricaturee of President Taft, "Um-le
joe" Cannon "M-el." Longworth, Murray
Crsne and Representi.tives .Sulloway, Me
Klnlo ?n<i Valaell. "aona of the land
f.'.de?." ?8*e) declared th.-ir purpose to
raarganlze tha Republlcan party. rallylng
around the states of Utah and Yermont.
The ?euafgaiB from these states each
anBOunr-d their four votea ln a llmerick.
Vi-rmcnt d claring:
ln the Gi.cn Mountain Btate, recollec",
Old Ta:-. won out by a uecK:
>;?j we'd ve elected him,
_f they ha o't neglectcd him.
Jn forty-.-ix a.-vte*. by heck!
Ttf messengers, tt was dlscovered, were
"Bail Moose spl?=f' ln disguise, who,
*!*n stripped ol their false beards,
tomed out to be the new members ol
tle club. charles P Keyser. eorrespoud
eut of -The St. Lo tls Globf-Democrat,'
ind Edward B. Clark, eorreapondeajt oi
"The Chka-go T-vanlng Post "
Scene CHanoee to Oriont.
Then the sc^ne cbanged to the Orienl
and the batth of A-nagedd on "as foughl
ln reallMlr atyle, as desciiN'l by hall
a doxen war cont spmCents for the bene?
fit of old Saul. who had come to tha
acene of hls early cor 1icts.
Correspondent I-odp. reported tha'
Fleld Marshal I'ixon l.id mowed dowr
Pleld Marshal BfcCoanla vith a harveatei
machlne. McCombe \td paured a hoi
atatement into Fleld I tr hal HUlea an<!
Htllss had hlt Dixon ".th som<- majoritj
tiaSms. Mldshipman Gft-B- Pinchot. aic
t? Gtneral Perkins. ipci?d that th(
feneral needed ammunt on nnd had aeni
hltn for a fountaln pen o i rlte a check
- What Saul supposetl to he a l .rse turued
?ot to be a bull moosa an^- ih-i two mer
baglng on hls flank, Adam T-ede an<"
fahn Harlan. were saio to b< .he ' Trutr
fellerB." "Do they tel* the .ruth?" ln
^tilred Saul. To whl' i /.v>rrespondeni
Ctamp Clark replled. ? ? v^, rolater. you'n
not & klng; sou're the e ?urt je-ter "
fresh from the battU' ?'?! '>a hts horse
Corresr^mdent Watterst t reported tha
as he left the fleld the i ? neerats of th<
House were trylnp to a _natt the tarif
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Kennedy & Co.
OLD ENGLISH PRINTS
Modern rnexzotints in colors bj S. Arlent
Edwiirda and other artista.
Etchinga Bv Haden. Whi^tler. Caneron,
Haig. Fitton, etc.
613 FIFTH AVENUE
*n.l .V.th 6>re?t?)
Rich Gold Jewelry
_a al attentloa >r.illdtooa
i "THE BENEDIC.T
_B^3K U'nnderfiilly Impraved
mMfS m w , ??03.
^?.B^ ? nllfd ?fOI<1
? ,||. i ? and ?' '? ?t i>atent
A!fT Of FOUR MAKES AN
"Or >m i r.vr.T BV
k*t**y and Fulton St. siof VfcW
HEU l>?_'7 i
R: Simpson ?S: Co,
'? v>'" : ?.. ai B oada of.
? r ?7ih Hl.
^?n* to Any Amount on
"?d-jc of Personal Property.
??4 auJL '. ' '"'>'' aaaortment nf Dla
**kfc wiu ' "'?"?"ii-! i ? i.iloes
^ *y|,! **' isers.
acbadulaa, "nnd the carnage was frlght
fOl." Through his gluf?es Saul dise. rncd
lha general on the bull moo?f. dasblnf
toward tho lnrgo g^nrral seatcd on the
putting B-raaa, foiiowcd r>- the Tennla
Cablaai Saul's Inqulry as to the Men*
tity of the nlne men BUriauiwUng Taft
was answored by the explanatlon tha'
they were hl.s <;ablnet, "who will v*et
into the battle after it is ,vor." What
was at first supposcd to bo "the dawn of
day," tanta. oa| to br tv.ionei jim Hara
LatrarlBi and an "englnc of war." to Saul's
anclent cye, was only Governor Hiram
?Tohnson. Kven his old friend "Joan of
Are" was raally Albert J. Bavaftdga, dis
gulsed as "Mary of the Vine-clad Cot
Battle Soon Over.
The action contlnued untll the Bull
Itooaa and Its followprs were fleelng and
the man wlth the golf stlok was prepar
lng to leave the green. The battle was
soon over. and Saul started post ha.^te
tor Washlngton to seek a joh, rleclarlng
that he had been a "Ufelong Democrat
since the battle ended.'
One of the striklng features of tha
ovening's entertalnmerit was a rendltnn
of a eeaaplate aet of the tunafal op.ru
of 'Varmon" by the vocalists of tho .-lur?
ln full oostume. Thla was the fammm
aet of the bull flght. only lt was rendered
wlth stranger characters than Blzet ever
dreamed of, and even the bull was re
placed by a full grown Bull Moose. Kn
tored Don Jorge Perktnsarlo. champlon
Bull Moose tralner of the world. who an?
nounced that the Mexicans. tlred of bull
tlghting, wanted a sport that had some
real hot tatnalea and chlle con carne In
lt. whlch Baaaat a Bull Moose flght. Pres?
ident Oarthe, after a whlspered conver
satlon wlth Presldent Taft. annoumed
that "the president of the Pnlted Itataa
assures nie that you can have him (the
Bull Moosel and welcome."
r__-*aaaa aooaay, "history's gay eo
qaatta/' as "Popular Applause.v and
smgs: "To win my smlle the greatest
statesmen pause. hut when my glam-es
*eec mnst falr. then have a care; bownro
The Bull Mooae. pawlng and annrtirg,
enters, and then In ordar tho toreadors
are Introduro,) and lnvited to rxplaln
their methods of attaek. DSO Robortn
!-a Follottlo replles: "If I had got a
chance to catch my breath. I'm sure I
could have talked the brute to death."
but haatlly retlres into the gronp as the
Bull Moose makes a de.monstratlon.
Toreador Don Champ Clarklo sang:
I know the way to get that Moose so
Why don't they turn "Rill" Hryan
loose on him'.'
If thoy rifd that I'd have a Rood excuse
Kor saylnir: "Oo It 'Blll.' Co it Bull
Thon they sang Carmen:
Qannaa: But where's Don Taftio?
That's the man I'd call by far the worth
loyt matador of all.
I>on Joruo: Don Taftlo's a good tlghter.
Tof> good for any rough and tumi>le fray,
Krank and foreboannK Intllned to show
A llberal mind to an ungencrous foe.
Thls little mossnarc he has paused to
"I'm busy now. let Hlllea run the flght "
Yet ha'a tba kind of man I hate to sce,
Foniier of duty than he ls of me. .
Then eame the cllmax Don Woodrow,
slnglng and wavlng his blade, aaserts:
T'll bowl hlrn over wlth clasalc lore.
L?Ma of F.tirlpldes, phrases of Soph
Plato and Plutarch, at him 1*11 bellow and
Oratory in all its glory III hurl at him
wlth might ano maln,
Ile'll never Ret no chance to tell the story,
J'll nevor mt him explain.
Whereupon he turns on the Bull Moo^e,
who falls and ls dragged off by the 8. P.
OL A., whlle Don Woodrow turns to Misa
Popular Applause. who greets him.
Woodrow, I'm youra for four long ye:irs.
The far>?well tq Prealdent Taft was
touchlngly conveyed ln the"Verses entlthd
'On the Ohlo," aet to tha music of ' Moon
llght Bay," aa followa:
By the old Ohlo shore.
There's a town.
Pamous slnce the daya of yore.
Cinclnnatl?good old station?
For the leader of our natlon
Walts wlth welcomlng ovatlon,
On the Ohlo.
When tho moon beams snine
On the Ohlo.
And electrli Mghts on Vtaa street
Ara all aglow,
Or lf on tho Khine
You should chance to be.
Won't vou thlnk of _? in V\ ashliiKton.
We have met,
Where th< broad I'otorr.ac Bowa;
Ve will lose the friend that goe-.
When to Fountaln Scmare you arander
Won't you sometlmea pause and pondor
On the friends so dlstant yond. r
From the Ohio?
Diatinguiahad Liet of Gueata.
The guesta Included Presldent Taft,
Secretaries Knox, MacVeagh. Meyer.
Flaher, Wllaon and Nagel; Attorney Gen?
eral Whkerrham, Poatmaater Oeneral
Hltebeoek. James Bryce, Brltish Am
bar-ador; Count von Bernstorff, Oerman
Ambassador; Assoclate Justiee Pltnev.
I'nlted States Supreme court; flenator
n, Speaker Champ Clark, Governor
Blaet Sulzer, of New Tork; Governor
alect Cox. of Ohlo; Governor-elecr Looll
B. Hanria. of North Dakota; Senatora
I'rane. of Massachusetta: Dlxon, of Mon?
tana: McCurnber. of Noith Dakota;
Ollver. of Pennsylvania; Senator-elect
Ollle James. of Kentucky; Representa?
tive. Bartholdt, of M!s?ourl; Burleson. of
taaaa; Caaaoa, of niinois; carim. of
Virginia; Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, Dore
muh, Of Mwhlgan; I/ongworth. of Ohlo;
McKtnley and Madden. of Illlnois; Rans
<lell. of LO-bdaaa; Stevena. of Mlnnesota,
and Underwood af Alabuma: ex-Senator?
Frazler, of Tenneesee, Plles, of Wash
InRton; Smith, af New Jeraey. and Stott,
of Weat Vlrglnla.
Josephus Danleb, of "The Ralelph
Newa and Observer'; Poatmaater Willlam
II. DatdB, of Plttsburgh; B. A. Fenton, of
Montreal; Allen B. I'otbeH, of New York;
ex-Oovernor Prancls, of Misaourl; Supt.
Glbbons, Cnlted States Naval Academy;
Secretary Hillea; Herbert C. lloover,
London; L-oola Howland, of "The In
dlanupolls Newa"; James Keeloy, of "The
CbJcafO Tribune"; Willlam B. Utna,
Atlanta; Wllliam G. McAdoo. New York;
Willlam F. .MH'ombs, New Jersey; t.'on
anl Oeneral Mansileld. Zurhh; RapubUCBB
commltteeinan Mulvane. of KaBBBB; >??.
Mavor Phelan, San FTancls<:o; atlalafaf
Paaat, Pwui Ottbart D. Raine, ot "Tne
Memphls Newa-Sclmltar"; <harleB A.
Rook, of 'The Plttsburgh Dlspatch"; Vic
tor ?Boajrotar or "The Otnaaa Bee;
Judge John C Rosc. Baltimore: Willlim
IV Saunders, St. I,OUle; Albert Shaw, of
?Th? Review of Reviews;" Presldent
George V.'. Hteven-. CbBaapeaka and ohio
Rallroad; C. a BteaWarl, of "The Hlrm
Ingham Age-Harald": Roger C. Hulllvan.
4 iiieHgo; Col. Robert Bt Thotnpaon, New
Jfotk; F. .1. .Tliomposn, of "The Moliih
ReRlster," and Flugli C. Wallace, Tacorna.
The oatan a*ai i
? ape C(>.i oyatara.
?|er) Oltves. lU^lahes. f_lted nuta.
(?|rai gra< ii tai Ua
mac i?_Na. Margu?iite. rodj-ibara.
Hweetbreada ti.aiae. Klorlda i>4_-..
Ifan land terrapln.
Siufffd roaatei quall.
V-* in fiult form_.
Cak'a C'flee Ci?a-? rigarettaa.
President's Order Will Affect
All Employes Except Com?
FREEDOM FROM COERCION
Classification Will Have Sal
utary Effect on Workmen,
Say Civil Service
Washington, T*cr 7-More than twenf
thouaand sklllod workers in the navy
\aids throiiglinut tho fnited Htatep w .-rr
to-day plared under the protoet-OTI of ctvtl
sorvlce hy executiye order of Preafdaflt
Taft. The _*reetdenfa ttrler araa aaaaaed
*ith the approvnl of tho <i\il Servioe
Comtnlaahm and in aeoordanoo w'th an
opinion by Attorney t;eiiorai Wlrkerahani.
\ rcront r-onferenco nf navy yard COffl?
mandanta raeotaatnondad tbat the men he
plaoed In the> I lassltled servioe. nnd thal
araa approved hy Becrotary Meyer. I'ntll
oligihle llsts for the new classifleatinns
ran be prrpjirrd new appotntuaenta to
SUCh pn>iiti<ins will bo mad<- ln the regu
Uules for plnoing tho twinly thouvnd
men In the <las.?iiiod aervlce have been
apprdvad by tba Becretary of tho Mavy
and President Taft. and will b<- mndo
known to the navy yard cominandatits
"There will he lons reH?on and less In
centlve for the tise of polltl<-a! Infliioneo
hy applleants." clvll BOl'tlce offl- luls Fald
tn.lav, "and tho ctaaah-eatlon will have
a j-nlutary affoet on the employeH. wh?>
will feel secure ln thelr pnsltlons It a Hl
bo noted thnt tho tnattor af claaatflcatton
has baea under adflaaaaaul eoaatlauoaaoly
for four years Tho rosult ls the omsnel
patlon from polilh-al or personal coenlon
of the navy yard people "
The ordor must bocotM BfToetlVa not
later than June TA next. lt B-TeCtJ all
navy yard employes excopt common la?
borers. Tho present aecUfMUltg of posl
tlons mav be classltled on tholr aB_Cteaaey
bertng ooi-tllied hy th? varimis eomman
dnnts, or by being BXamtaad and found
ousllfled b] tho labor boni'l. xnd helng
reenminended by the rommandlng ofbeer
under wlifini omployed
The ii'-w legulatlons, which are now
promiilgated by eMCUtlve order, pro\ Ide
for eOaaapatlttve examlnatlon and that <V*
trlct seorctarlos of the Clvtl BaiVkM <om
mlaalon shaii be Baaaabera of the various
labor board*. They will nfford ernplovea
claaalfled tbareundar the proteetJoa <if tba
rivii aoararlaa aw*t, o( otboi statutes re
Iating to tbe classltled servleo and of the
rivji Bwvlea mlaa.
Praaldanl Taft's order win havo the ef?
fect of giving tho ampleyaa tho atatua
they had from UM to 'AP. Thf order
??'intinues the nierit Byatein piaacrlbad by
tba t'nngress In H7_. whleh waa. with
|Uant ni'i'llfi'atlons. enforced ln nn
Kl OtlVB order hy President Cleveland
Hoatdanl Clavaland la Itti laaaMd an
order eontalnlng raffulatkaaa. After re
Vlaloa they were adopted hy the Civil
Barvtca Cotntalaaaaaa "for the raaaaat that
thay had heen found usefui. and lt was
important that th. v should b< glvaa sta
blllty. independent of frhangTB of admin
istration." and bacawaa tba ladllattOM
?rara based on the ptinclple that "pollti
catl lnmience should ba disregardcd" ln
appolnting navy yard employes.
This action was conflrmed by Presldenl
I leveland In an executive order ln IW,
and for thlrteen years It was suppohe.l
. lassHloation had been accornpllshed. ln
1909, however, the Attorney (Jeneral held
that navy yard employes BBBplOyad und< r
the reguiations had aol boan elaaaUlad,
but could be elaaalAad by tba PraaMant
by modlfylng or r.voklng th* navy yard
reguiations. since that tima rapraaaotaa
tlves nt the Navy DapaUtinenl ai.d the
Clvll fiervieo nwnnilaalnii hav. had ai
eonalderattlon smcIi dk """? I
parmll ol th. ebua tflcatloa "t aaa i I
IMPROVE PRINCETON FIELD
Big Ornamental Gate Prcsented
by 0. H. McCormick.
Osborne Pleld. the f; mou:, arena of
Princeton, ia being baauttllai by a new
gateway at William street The gateway
ls being erected from the fund of of ir.'./KW
presented last sprlng by Cyrus H. Mc?
Cormick, on behalf of the 1911 champlon
football team. About EJM of this fund
Is to be devoted to the purposo, the r.H
to be held in trust for future lmprove
McKlm. Mead A Wblta, of Now \o.k.
ara tl.e an hltects. Tho gateway will be
m um form ->f a rectangular tawar,
thltty-two feet wide and twenty-four feet
h gl pierced by an arch, to provide an
,Iltrance for vehlcles. There will be a
handsotne wrought iron doublo gate ln
the arch A tieket afflce arill ba baUt into
the ,ower on each BldajJf the arch
"PETTICOAT KING" CAUGHT
Jackson, Under Indictment
Hero, Arrested in Mexico.
Tha Diatrlct Attorne.Vs o!h>., was 1n
formed yeKterday of tl.e urrest of Salo .
Ja.kson "the pttticoat klng. ln Fron
tera. in the Provlnce of Ta.^co Mex.eo
Jackson. Who wa, t * h-ad of the Jack
son Mack Companv. .orn.e, ly the la, Ke.-t
mln .facturcr of pattKMti '" thia coun
"\ |s under IndU-tn..,.! hat. for grand
1-Vrceny. Hls rtrm ls now ln bankrupto
udltstrea.urer, MaxStember. .slntho
Ton.tm charged with grand lar< eny. It ls
SSSd Ta. near.v POMM wa. obtained
b- mean, of frauduleaal l-nraMa*
^Hosenu-ig i tj*rin. ?2_3T?*t;
Mfaraa ta bMkwPW. ***** that/ H
,x . : Ucmam )-' aaan aam -
Jackson's bome in ***** Manor to ,.
Ctv ln McxU-o. A te.egram purpor. M to
V rr, Mexieo was sent to relatlves
TvXZTt^^ and the answer
ILmSZoWt ta "Senor l.uisThlr.e.
,.,; , Mexho. Peter r Olaaaaat, aa
!? for Itoaanbari 1 Laana* was
"T n r hl" Qlaaaa* eaeetmms ? *>?
TuamharTat tba ?rm af ttaaanhan J
: h.d "Kehor LtrttlB Thn-le" arrested
l/vis. had h >? M Jark?0?.
and he admltted tnai Jackaon,
whtu Oleaaon. ?- SnAMlaUnl Pla
William Dean Bj^rreo. ? f/|p
"?"?' A,t,r'V,_r_ n. an ll^lcuSwtt was
b..n ?'?'"" I" >" ,'.
AUTO KILtS 7TH REGIMENT MAN.
j??..n Taylor. *?<_? ">'fl*'^r.,'?
f5.0(.0 bail for the Inqueat.
TAFTS H0SP1TAL1TY LAVISH
Cabinet Dinner To Be the Largest in the Social History ol
the White House?Mrs. Taft Abandoned
TFrom The Trihune B_r?au 1
Washlntrton. Dec. ".-Social affalrs at
(he Whlte House thls season wUl be on a
large scale lf the dlnner to be glven by
the Presldent and Mra. Taft on Thursday
in honor af the members of the Cabinet
and their wlves is a crlterlon.
They have lssued elghty-four Invltatlons
(Br the dlnner. and as ordlnnrlly no one
over refuses the Presldent's hospltallty
elghty-slN ohalrs will be placed about the
Rreat state dlnlng table. Thla dlnner wUl
bo tho largest ever glven In the White
House In honor of the Cabinet. That of
last season was a record breaker, forty
eight guests belng Invlted.
Hy the time the Whlte House doora
olofe hrhlnd ihe Presldent and Mra. Taft
on March 4, 1P13. they wUl have wlped
from the slate every obllgatlon of a aoclal
nature, private and offlelal, and will have
eride<j one of the most notable of admin
latrattoaa ta ? aoalal way.
Mrs. Taft is spendlng part of each day
choeklng up the 11st for th? state recep
tlons to he glven at the Whlte Houae thls
*oason. It Is not generally known that
aha personally supervt.-es ttila llst, whloh
lt made up from the carofiilly kept card
hook. of whlch 1 II Hoover. head
usher. haa solo charge. In thla book aro
on'otr.,1 all of the oards left at the Whlte
Tlou.'o for th- PreMdrnt and Mrs. Taft.
She carefally noles eseh card. and checks
up tho book hy placing after the card
"D" for dlplomatie recpptlon. "A" for the
army and navy. "C" for the < ongress and
"J" for Ihe judlolal re.eptlon, often, of
OO-f-Bj iihlng several of the letters for
tbe dlgnlt.-irles who are entltled to be In?
vlted to more than one receptlon. such as
dlplnmats and Supreme Court lustb'es.
Man*/ of tho sdlghts Iald up acalnst tho
first lady of the land may be attributed
to the lack of ki. wledge of card etlquette
In the offlclal aoclal world. One woman
complalned that ln the twenty-flve yeors
her husband had been a member of the
Houae she had never had an Invltatlon to
one of the prlvate muslcala. Thla waa pot
atrange when lt became known that she
had never carried out the amall courtesy
demandad by the offlclal code and left a
card or cards for the Prealdent and hia
Mre. Taft. however, haa gone beyend the
merely tradltlonal code. She haa had
women In offlclal life eought oot and haa
aent Invttatlona to them. She abandoned
the old cuatom. lneompatlble wlth the
growth of the country. of aendlng offlclal
people Invltatlona to all of tha reeeptlonB,
thua making tha courteay ao eommon
place that after the flrat receptlon many
Invlted guests tranaferred their Invltatlona
to frlende. and In some instancea even be
stowed the favora upon aome upper aer
vanta, or handed the Invltatlona M hotel
clerka to dtatrlbute at will.
EGG SPECULATORS LOSE
Prices Fall When Storage Stock
Is Thrown on Market.
Chicago. Dec. 7.?Another avalanehe of
cold storage eggs waa thrown on the
market to-day. and the prtce dropp*o
from *_ to 1? cents. wholeeale. Thls wai
In addltlon to a deellne of two centa yes?
terday. when more than a half mllllon
egt-s were aold at a loss to speeulatora.
When the market opened yesterday
there were 1.S70.000 cases of egga in stor?
age. The transformation of the buttei
and egg board Into an open market ie
said to have sfarted the selllng._
An important display is now sliown in all our
stores of tlie niellow white, and of bluc, pink and
lavender, all so dainty and exquisite in color ef
fect The pieees are eareful rcplicas of real
Ivory patterns and hear the same appearance of
I niassive elegance.
They are manufactured for us by the largest firm
in Europe making P.irisiun Ivory. Our prices are
closclv figured on this higher standard. Every
dainty need of your own toilet table can be readily
met and our assortment offers boundless oppor?
tunity for selecting gifts that will charm your
Malr Bruahea Pommade Boxea Shoe Hooka
Mllltary Bruahea CoW Cream lioxea Trlnket Boxea
Cloth Bruahea P.n Cu.h?on. Jg* ???
Comba Traya Bott|e Holdera
Clocka Plcture Framea Handkerchlef Bexea
Mirrora Nall Pollahers puff Boxaa
Powder Boxea Shoe Horna Nall Flles
Single Pieees or Complete Set
Monograms and Crests Executed in Many
Colors and Designs.
PARK & TILFORD
5th Ave. & 26th St. And Eifht Branch Stores
Save Money on YOUR
Buying Where the Selling Expense Is Small
CARMEN Pianos and Player Pianos are
being retailed from our wholesale show
rooms, 505 Fifth Avenue, Rooms 505-6.
New Player Pianos
The standard piano of the future, ?q construeted
that a player piano action can be installed at
any time without exchanging the piano.
Used Weber Pianola Piano
as Good as New
At a Bargain
THE BACON PIANO COMPANY
K-.tanli-r.ed 170. H
(Tal. 3438 Bryaot) *? *=IFTH AVE *??? ? S?*>
James McCreery & Co.
34th Street 23d Street
Beginning Monday, Deeember 9th,
New and Exclusive Designs
For Spring. 1913
Shower-Proof Printed Twilled Silks
Pompadour, Dresden, Jouy and "Dolly
Varden" patterns,?ncwest combinations of colors.
75c to 1.00 a yd*
Pompadour and Dresden patterns in Chiffon
Taft'eta. white and tinted colored grounds in all the
newest combinations of colors. 1
Single widtb.85c a yd.
TIeavy quality Washable Stripe Shirting Silks
in new designs and colors. One yard wide.
value 1.25.85c a yd
White Washable Japanese Habutai Silks, also
Black Perspiration Proof Japanese Silks. 27 in.
wide.55Ca, 75c to 1.15 a yd. 1
value 75c. to 1.50
Brocaded SilkS. Elaborate designs in new \
evening and street shades. J
Single width.value 1.25.95c a yd. ^
Double width.value 220.127.116.11 a yd. v
The following Silks in a wide range of latest
colors and White, Cream or Black.
Double width Crepe Charmeuse, pebble back.
value 3.00.1.85 a yd.
Double width, heavy quality Crepe de Chine.
value 18.104.22.168 a yd. i
Satin Charmeuse.... value 2.00.1.25 a yd. '?
Crepe Meteor.value 22.214.171.124 a yd.
Dress Satin, 85 in. wide.. .value 1.25.. 85c a yd. \
Imported Black Taffeta Silk
Single width.value 1.85.75c a yd. <
Double width.value 126.96.36.199 a yd.
Black Satin Messaline.. 85c, 95c, 1.25 a yd.
value 1.25 to 2.00
Any of the above silks, upon request, will be
suitably boxed for Holiday presentation and deliv
ered on date desired.
Colored and Black Dress Goods
for Spring, 1913
In the newest weaves. representing Bedford
Cord, Yelour de Laine, Peau de Souris, Zibeline,
Broadcloth, Cloaking and Astrachan. The follow- ?
ing are special values:
White and Black Novelty Suiting,?stripes and J
checks. 54 in. wide.3.50 a yd.
White and Blaek Wool Bedford Corduroy Suit- ^
ing. 54 in. wide.3.00 a yd.
Two-toned Silk and Wool Sponge Cloth.
White grounds with black, new blue or tan. 54 m.
Colored Broadcloth?sponged and shnink. .54 j
?n wide.v-luC 2*75.1.75 a yd.
Colored Peau de Souris. 54 in. wide. \
value 188.8.131.52 ? y<L "
Black Broadcloth, superior quality, sponged and '
shnmk.yal"e 3.00.1.95 a yd. ,
Black Velour de Laine, 54 in. wide.
I value 184.108.40.206 a yd. *
for Spring, 1913
Printed Plisse Crepe,?newest designs, suitable
for Kimonos and House Dresses. 32 in. wide.
value 85c.20c a yd.
White Madras,?extensive range of stripes and
uard effects. 32 in. wide.
value 25c.18c a yd.
White Dress Linen, pure flax, grass bleach. 1
36 in. wide. value 35c.25c. a yd.
Ratine Suiting in Black and White, also fancy
stripes and mixed effects. 46 in. wide.
French Ramie Linen Suiting in a full line of
new shades. 36 in wide.35c ayd.
46 in. wide.48c. a yd.
White Washable Fabrics, including French
Crepe with embroidered borders; Ratine, plain
and bordered; embroidered Linen; Plain and Fancv
Crepes.75c to 5.00 a yd.