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Jr(terJiatior(al wjilh wjale
The fact that we have ./ - n our > ntirt ad ? rt\ 'ng space today for the announcement of this Sale,
and that tomorrow H Ulk Storeat 7.80 A. M, just for this Sale, and that "'? shall
i- to th Sale all of our Special Salt Aisles on tht Main and Second Floors, and in '? ?
Subway Store, also tin ?? - ? ' ?? and part of the Dress Goods Section on the Second
I loor, besides hai ng ??? ? i ? I Exi a Salespeoph for the Sale?atom should illustrait to you the
portancx <<f this
Great Annual Event which Starts at 7:30 A. M. Tomorrow
WHEN the ?S.S. "Lafayette" arrived a little more than a fortnight ago, a ?New York importer (representative
of several large French silk concerns) stood on the dock awaiting the arrival of our ?Silk Buyer on that boat.
That importer had received a t able Iroi.i France saying that GI MB ELS had procured all the available Silks.
He wanted to buy part of our Colic? tion right then and there so that he would have Silks for his New V ork custom?
ers. But we would only sell tliem to him at tin | ricea at which we shall present them to-morrow. Think what he
would have had to ask his customer.?; for them !
The Scarcity of Raw Silks and Dyesluffs Mak.es This an Event of History
Raw Silk has never been so scarce, [taly has stopped culti?
vating Silk, and the greal Hoods in the Orient have ruined it.
The .scarcity of dyestuffs is almost unbelievable. It ?s pre?
dicted that France will stop making them within a few weeks.
Germany lues nol sent us any for a long lime.
Of course? these conditions have also advanced tli prices of
il? ?mestic Silks.
"Will Frailee ever again make such Silks?" asked a woman
who attended nur Advance Display last week. We cannot answer
this, but we will say that these Silks cannot be duplicated for many
a year to come. Silk making is an inherited art.
In spite of all these conditions we have assembled the most
Wonderful Collection of Silks in our history and in the history
of American merchandising. For instance:
Madame Faquin Sold Many Silks to Us for This Sale
The Chill?n Velvets in this collection are unlike any in the world, for Madame Paquin laid them hand decorated by skilled Parisian
artists Magnifique! I If course, Ma.lame Paquin had purchased all of these Silks for the making of her model gowns and wraps, but, as
you know, the business of the Parisian dn ssmakcrs lias i en ?greatly curtailed. All of thi se Silks and Velvets will be sold at $6 a yard?
they are worth $10 to ?*???'.",.
The Panama-Pacific Exposition Sillas, $6 Yard
We nol only procured many of tin Kxposition Silks, bul also Hie duplicates of a number of them. Then-fore, it is obvious that
they are the mosl beau I iful Silks th:i Km
75c to $25 imported and Domestic Silks
at 38c to S6 Yard
$5 Black Reversible Dress Satins, $3.150 yd.
$4 to ?$8 Imported Novelty Silks, $2.95 yd.
$8.150 Dress Satin de Luxe, $2.75 yd.
$.*5 Italian Black ? $1 95 yd.
$4.60 French Bengaline S I tings, $1.95
$2.75 Swiss Dress Satin.-. $1.95 yd.
$ 2 50 Black French Chiffon Taffeta, $1.85
$3 Black Saiir. Crepi M< teor, $1.85 yd.
$2.50 Crepfl de Chines, $1.85 yd.
$8 Black Toreador Satins. $1.86 yd.
$2.50 Striped Silk Crepe , $1.85 yd.
$2.25 Pourl de Suie Taffetas, $1.75 yd.
$2.50 Crepe I l'ha? tneuse, $1.75 yd.
$2.50 Chiffon Taffetas (double width?,
$2.60 French Foulards, $1.65 yd.
$2.25 Italian Black Satins, $1.56 yd.
$1.75 to $2.50 Striped and Plaid Taffetas,
$1.85 Black Satins. $1.60 yd.
$2.25 Washable Suede Silks, $1.50 yd.
$2 Figured Taffetas, $1.45 yd.
$2.50 Wool-back Dress Sa*ins, $1.46 yd.
$2 (r p de Chines, $1.46 yd.
Gold and Silver Brocades
Regularly $10 to $25
No descr | ? give an Idea <?f the marvelous
richness and >1 the fabrics and the exquisite
$1.25 Chiffon Taffeta
$1.25 All-Silk Crepe de Chine
af 85c. -"-I
$2 All-Silk Faille
> $1.35 .'"'
$1.75 Amprican-made Black Taffeta?. $1.46
$2 < rhiffon Dress Taffetas. 36 inch, $1.35 yd.
#2 Striped Crepe Shirtings, ?51.35 yd.
$2 Sat:a Taffetas, $1.35 yd.
$1.75 Washable Satins, white and tlesh
pink. .$1.25 yd.
$1.65 White Japanese Washable Silks, $1.25
SI.75 Dress Satins. 86 inch, $1.25 yd.
$1.60 Black Duchesse Satins. $1.15 yd.
$1.25 to $1.75 Black Silks?Taffeta. Peau de
Soie, Bengaline, Messaline, Satin, $1 yd.
$1.50 Imported White GeOaTgettfl Creptf,
$1.35 I ?lack Satin de Chines, $] yd.
$1.25 White Japanese Washable Silks, 95c,
$1.25 Whit?? Washable Corduroys, 95c yd.
$1.25 Co!'.red Corduroys, 95c yd.
$] 25 Satin Messalines, 36 inch. 8.5c yd.
95c White Washable Japanese Silks, 76c yd.
$1 Striped Washable Silks, 75c yd.
$] White Washable Pongee Taffetas, 75c yd.
85c Chinese Shantung, natural, 4^c yd.
75c White Washable Japanese Silks, 58c yd.
75c Chinese Pongee, natural, 38c. yd.
Main and Se?.ond Ho. ri.
The Sale In the Subway Store?Silks at 38c to $1 Yd.
$1.60 Summer Foulards. $1 yd.
$1.25 to $1.75 Black Silks. 51 yd.
$1.25 Satin Messalines, 85c yd.
$1.60 Silk-ani'-Wool Poplins, B5c yd.
75c White Japme.se llabutai Silks, 58c yd.
$1.25 ' !'? ?" de Chines, 85c yd.
$1 Striped Shirtings, 75.- yd.
$1.25 ( ?ffet, 9 yd.
Chinese Shantung Pongi ?*, 38c to 95c yd.
B5c Silk-and-Cotton Poplins, 68c yd.
95c Washable Corduroys. 68c yd.
75c Imported Chiffons, 55c yd.
75c Printed Foulards, 60c yd.
65 White Washable Habutai, 46c yd.
Every Color that is Modish and Beautiful?also Black and White. Majority of Silks are Double Width.