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YllTHEN you are in New York?buy where the market
* * is. Buy where the facilities for buying make buy?
ing easier, quicker, better. Buy where the representative
lines are well displayed, and sold at manufacturers' prices.
A visit to the Bush Terminal Sales Building?built for vis?
iting buyers?is an experience in itself.
The special offerings and announcements beginning
below and on the next two pages are alive with the latest
merchandising news of several hundred manufacturers.
They are brim-full of marketable suggestions. Look
them over carefully to know that you are at the richest
buying: source in America. And at the building itself
J ? .... .
there are thousands of additional items that you can see.
This hnildinj? is the
home of the International
Buyers Club. Visiting
buyers . arc invited to
make it their Headquar?
ters. No membership fee
?Just comfort, conve?
nience and courtesy.
All poods bought here
arc billed direct by ?he
manufacturers and shipped
trom their own factories.
Complete directory of the
manufacturers and their
lines will be sent on re?
quest.
ART NEEDLEWORK
? l aco Scarfs-'-and table covers on "linen and fancy materials, baby pillo*
lips In lace and filet combin?t ions." covers lor chair backs, etc.. new fr
d ??tractive designs. J. F. Dwyer.
ico-SolId-Cotton-Forms^-Circle Monogram Design Assortments: One
. ie and one-half, two and one-half, and four inch $18.00, $lo,00, $.5.00
1 $36.00. The Initial Company,
?ldren's Romper?, Dresses and dainty garments. .Completely made
,-:,,?y to embroider?$0.00 to $30.00 dozen. The Priseilla Company.
BATHING SUITS
SEVENTH FLOOR
i ombinatlon Offer. Six Suits?two bloomer $25, iwftJ'W1,1:
suit, 6 Olga surfcloth suits il gimgham trimmed. 4 with colored pipings)
an<T2 different styles surcloth bloomers. Olga, Inc.
- II, Poplin Suit $51-bloomers to match, $16. Olga surfcloth Woomers
$22; surfcloth bloomers of good quality, $18. Hand-painted satin
s pon, $108. Terms 8/10. Olga, Inc.
BATIKS
TWENTY-SECOND FLOOR
Palm Beach Novelties?Oay hats, scarfs, bags In bathu Gay colored bats
with batik crowns, facings, or ribbon bands. Baga and scarfs to match
'or Palm Beach wear. Betty Bonner.
The "Norma"?Straight piece negligee, $45.00. Batik negligees, blouses
and purses, wall hangings, also the Peter Mijer Batik Outfit. Oriental
theatrical costumes a specialty. Dorothy Armstrong.
BLOUSES AND WAISTS
FIFTH FLOOR
tailored Silk Waists?Crepe de Chine, Georgettes, Striped and Plain Tub
Silk, Fancy and Plain Satins. The Amermaid Mfg. Co.
Exclusive Blouses -Original designs trimmed with real Irish and filet laces,
also linen hand-made and beautifully embroidered Avaiats for exclusive
trade. A min Beder & Company.
"Arod Waists"?Original tailored novelty designs. Georgettes, $<5.50-$18.00.
"Bozart Blouses"?"All Hand Made." Sheer batiste and imported voile.
$3.70-57.50. Isadora Helltzer, Inc.
Blousemakers, Inc.?Makers of the "Toi^n Blouse" in novelty styles and
. fabrics. Nationally advertised. The Blousemakers, Inc.
No. 530?Special Bronner Value?Georgette silk inside, button effect and
bead embroidery in contrasting shades. Three-quarter hemstitched no\
elty sleeves, $8.00. Bronner Mfg. Co.
iotton Waists -We specialize in $24.00 per dozen and upward cotton waists
and arc daily producing the best of its kind in both quality and style.
Cambridge Waist Company.
Women's White Voile Blouses Exclusively?Domestio voile, $24.00 to $36.00.
Imported French voile, $15.00 to $78.00. Stylish stouts, $36.00 to $72.00.
Cohen & hat/, inc.
Hand Painted Waists?in Satins, Georgettes and Crepe de Chine. Braided
and beaded effects. Some two-toned. Very dainty and practical
Deliveries one to two weeks. Ellanor Waist Company.
Aaists! Big values at $5,50, $6.00 and $6.75. Georgette and crepe d?
chine. The new pastel shades for spring business. Lace trimmed and
tailored models. Jack Goldston.
So. 2008?French Voile Waist, kimono sleeve, daintily trimmed with filet
"pen work embroidery. $3.75. 8/10. Hays Waist Company.,
Phe Hirsch-Straus Companv, manufacturers of Georgette Waists, announc?
Ihe opening of their new sale? display in the Bush Terminal bales Buiia
ng as an added convenience for buyers.
Joel Isaacs & Sons. Inc., are showing at the Bush Terimnal Sales B"ild;
?ng their new Spring line of Novelty Blouses consisting of the latest
materials in silks and cotton novelties. Stock on hand for imm?diat?
deliveries,
foiton Waists. $12.00 to $21.0(7 dozen; values guaranteed, fxtr? sizes a
specialty. 2,000 dozen in stook for rush shipments. Open orders soncrtea.
-Samples' on request. Lauter & Wang.
Ladles' waists and blouses ranging from $1.50 to $10.00 each In silks and
cottons. Novelties our big item. La Rose Waist Company.
[ Novelty Georgettes popularly priced from $5.75 to $13.75 each. Leberman,
Goldberg & Dorf man.
distinctive blouses of georgette and crepe de chine. All new f"*?1 ?*"ades
Immediate delivery?from $5.50 to $12.50. Open orders given prompt at?
tention. Al Levy ft Bro.
A complete line featuring stouts only. H. S. Lyon, Inc.
Cotton Waists-Style and workmanship guaranteed. $18.00 to $27.00. Prompt
deliveries. II. & L. Markowitz.
"Maxine Blouse"?Our line contains voiles, organdies and W*jji *?">
$3.00 to $35.00. One hundred and twenty-five numbers to select irom.
Supreme in quality. Maxine Manufacturing Company.
BLOUSES AND WAISTS
Continued
Our line of popular-priced merchandise is row on display tn the Bunh
Terminal Sales Building. We unie your inspection. H. Meislcr &
Company. ?
Georgette. Embroidered and Beaded Waists? Popular-priced line of mer?
chandise. Now ready for your inspection. .Metropolitan Dress & Waist
Company.
Strictly Tailored Waists -Voiles, linens, madrases, organdies, silk and
cotton mixtures, novelty plaids and stripes. Individually boxed.
Popularly priced. Quick deliveries. Milgrim Manufacturing Company.
Waists?New and dainty styles; tailored, lace trimmed, beaded and em?
broidered models; all popular colors. Ost Brothers.
Popular price line of up-to-date Waists consisting of cotions, silks, geor
gettes, etc. ("liarles? Raab.
Tailor Made S?k, Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Cotton waists. Our line
will ?ive a touch of distinction to your Waist Department. Reed
Brothers, Inc.
Georgette Blouses?Blouses of the better kind featuring the new spring
shades as well as ail standard colors. Price range $7.50 to $25.00.
Max Both, Inc.
Exclusive l.ino of Cotton Blouses, comprising Voiles, Batistes, Peal Irish
Laces. Valenciennes, Lingeries und Tailored Models. Prices S24.00 to
SlO'i.00. Special line of extra sizes, Kothman Bros.
Waists?we are specialists in hand-made imported Cuban and Porto Rican
Waists. Batiste and voiles, $0.50 to 510.50. Many trimmed with filet and
Irish lace. Storyk Bros., Inc.
(?encrai Line Cotton Waists, Domestic Voiles and Organdies from $ 12.00 to
$36.00 dozen. French Voiles from $3.50 to $6.00 each. Jap Silk Waists at
$24.00 per dozen. The Three B Waist Company.
Georgette Waists?-A distinctive line of hand embroidered, Filet trimmed
blouses of the better kind are handled successfully by the representativa
concerns throughout the United States. Louis Leiscrson, Inc.
Specializing Cotton Waists- line hand-embroidered French voiles and
tailored batistes. Complete Spring line now showing. The Max G. Wer
theim Co.
Georgette Silk Waists An exclusive line Featuring our latest model. No
4?0. Short butterfly sleeves, latest cut, kimono effect, hand embroidered
and beaded. Price $7.75. Y. K. Waist Company.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
Bygrade line of cotton waists tHat will greatly add to your Waist Depart?
ment. See our samples in the Hush Terminal Sales Building. Einhorn
Brothers.
(?eorgette Waists al jJti.OO eac?i and up. Cotton waists, voile and organdi*
at $18.00 per dozen and up. Goldhaber & Harris.
P?sent Waist Co.?Blouses of appealing styles.
Yale Waist Co. Cotton waists popularly priced, $14.B0 a dozen up.
CORSETS AND DRESS FORMS
TENTH FLOOR
Admiration Brand Corset laces, shoe laces and middy laces. Max
Levison & Compar.y.
"Atlas Brand*' Corset Laces, tabular and flat, cotton, mercerized silk; colors
?white, pink and blue. Our large stock makes possible prompt deliv?
eries. William B. Bliss, Jr., &. Company.
Roberta Laced-in-Front Corsets Rober?a Designing?created a figuro lin?
hitherto unknown in Laced-in-Front Corsets. Roberta self-adjusting
Shield. $33.00 to $150.00 dozen. Roberta Corset Co.
High costs of wearing apparel mean more home dressmaking, with in?
creased demand for dress forms. Hall-Borchert Dress Forms allow 40 per
cent profit. Hall-Borcherl Dress Form Company.
DECORATIVE ARTS AND INDUSTRIES
TWENTY-SECOND FLOOR
Choicest Art Lampshades -Original and exclusive designs and shapes,
lland colored and decorated. Novel glazed effect on either parchment
or silk- Moderate prices. R. Art Studio.
Floor, table, bridge and boudoir lamps, torchieies, candlesticks, book-ends,
sconces and wall brackets. Pure period designs, hand-carved in solid
mahogany, gold or po.yehromo. E. Kopriwa Company.
Art Lampshades?Hand-decorated Crystalline effects. All sizes and dfe
signs^ Special designs adapted to different interiors. Granite Mfg. Co.
Lamp and Lamp Shades -thai aie unusual in design and quality. An ex?
tensive line for a discriminating trade. Ramsey, Lyon & Humphreys, Inc.
Pvare Prints?$1.60 up. Reproductions 10c. to $100. Modern and rare old
textiles for interior decorating, mandarin coats, etc. Artists' materials,
decorative art specialties F,. T. Shima.
DECORATIVE ARTS AND NOVELTIES
Continued.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
French Wax Picures of every description for every purpose, trench Wax
Figure Company.
A Materials and Novelties?"Enamelac" fiu- enameling, "Permodcllo"
,sr making jewelry, "Bateeko Dye:-" for batik work, watcrcolors, crayons,
"Stixit" and "Modelit." The Prang Company.
FANCY GOODS
TWENTY-FOURTH FLOOR
Por convenience in ordering', we have made up two assortments, consisting
of the best soiling numbers; assortment No. 1 amounting to 533,19 and
assortment No. 2, $58.73. G. Reis Bro.. Inc.
Dress Trimmings?Manufacturers and Mill Representatives. ARROW
BRAND Braids, soutaches, rat tail, pig tail, fur chains, cords and no?
tion specialties. Bennett & ltyerson.
"('rest Brand" ladies' neckwear. Via!- Venice lace point? featured in 50
numbers, '?8.00 to $18.On. High neck el th vests. $1.01) to $12.50 each.
Jubots, $12.00 to $72.00 dozen. A. Phillips.
Real Laces?All descriptions and widths. Excellent qualities. Moderate
prices. Real Irish, Venise, Valenciennes, Blanche, Point de Paris, Bruges,
Limerick. Aleencon, Bretton, etc. Henry Ganzel. *
"J. C."?America's Best. Ribbons?One for every purpose. New and ex?
clusive patterns in Jacquards and broad Tinsel.-: for forthcoming season>.
satins, tntfetas, etc. Johnson, Cowdin & Co., inc.
Satin Ribbons?Immediate delivery on Satin Taffeta Ribbon No. lt> to
No. 250 at 8c. a line. Complete color line. This is the scarcest item
today in ribbons. Lion & Company.
Ladie?' and Men's Handkerchiefs -AH descriptions; cotton, linen and silk;
attractive embroidered designs; packed one-half and one-quarter dozen
to a box. Manhattan Handkerchief Company, Inc.
Fall passementerie line or silk tassels, fringes, girdles, braids, soutaches,
etc. Bead ?irdles No. 1222 at $3.50; No. 1215, No. 1206 at $-1.50 in cotv..
black, navy, brown, taupe. National Trimming Co.
Decorative Art Linens?The celebrated V. B. Hooks and metal embroidery
Hoops. Notions for the art needle trade, .Stamped centers, scarfs,
pillow topt. Van Blankensteyn &- Hennings.
\\ erbro Rilbons are not commonplace. The world's best designers create
our nove ties. Staples are made in all widths and colors. Large stocks
assure inmediate delivery. Wertheimer Brothers.
Real Irisi Laces, 0 centj up. Real Filet, Real Valenciennes, Real Venise;
also .Medallions, Setn, etc. Carrickmacross, Limerick and Real Irisa
Croche. Neckwear. I). F. Barre.
FURS
THIRTEENTH FLOOR
Sa f chili & Company?Coats?Sets?-Single piece?. Safchik.
Sealine NearseaVs. Pontes, Marmots. Conies?The popular-priced fur coat
housi. Hessel. Weinberg Ac Hertz.
Neckpi;ces and Muffs in Dog, Wolf and Skunk; also Kur Coats. Nadler
& G.ichewsky.
(oats. Scarfs, Muffs, Sets. Morris H. Siegel. Will be displayed soon.
GIFT NOVELTIES
KapoklStuffed Toys of a new soft, washable crash, an all yeaT round de?
main. Duck, Lamb, Babbit, Swan, etc.; irresistible +'or infant;. Academy
(luhToy Makers.
Novelt} Bead Necklaces and Abalone Pearl Jewelry, Manicure Sets,
Dre?ed Kewpie Dolls, Indian Character Dolls. Sweet Grass Baskets and
Mocjasins, Souvenir Leather Goods, Engraved Aluminum Souvenirs.
Arr?w Novelty Co., Inc.
Vanitj Bags?$24 gross to $25 dozen. Patty and Opera Bags, $15 dozen
to )60 dozen. Ribbon novelties, ladies' garter-, pin cushions, coat
harcers and sachets. Alph-Omega Ribbon Craft.
UandDeeorated Fired Candlestick?$3.26 to SIG.50 pair. Hand Decorated
Aii Candles, $2.40 dozen up. Boxed Gifts, Baskets, License, Pottery,
Glfes, Leather, Metal. Bntterworth & Company.
Hanf Woven Tunic Sport Suits. In gold and yellow, also blue and
wfite, $20. Arden Crafts.
Boutoir Sets in crepe and linen. $7.00 to $H?.u0. Also boxed gifts, bags,
d*k sets, baskets and dolis. N. S. Hay Associates.
M i nature Booklets- 2'.? ??% inches. Nursery Rhymes, Fairy Tale?, Bed
t?ic Stet ?es, beautifully itlus'ral".i in colors; .sets of 8 packed in at
tpciive boxes, retail. 25c. Joh.-. H. Regere Co., Inc.
GIFT NOVELTIES
Continued
Hand Decorated Gifts?(oat Hangers, all s-7?s, napkin rings, telephon?
dolls. These three items wood or mat board. Toys, co-stumers, door
stops, window wedges, hat stands. Gifts Company.
"Handrawt Products" Articles for the Gift Shop that are unique and
artistic. Wendell H. Abbott.
Art novelties of the latest creation, featuring No. 41, a special silk pi';
cushion with imported do!! center. $5.00 dozen. Very attractive and -i
positive quick seller. Kaymill Manufacturing Co.
Nut Bowls, Photo Frames, polychrone book end. table lamps, an unusua.
display of new numbers. H. Lieber Company.
Holland Mare Vases?S4.00 pair. Italian Antique Candle Stick a and Boo-.
Ends, Bronze and Brass Novelties, Incenses and Burners, Die Stamp? .
and engraved Greeting Cards, r. L. Morir?n Company.
Decorated baskets for all purposes Hand painted novelties, fans, neck?
wear. Hand embroidered handkerchiefs. Margaret MeCulIock.
Gift Shop Novelties?For your Fancy Goods and Art Needlework Depart?
ment. Many numbers to select from. S. Crafg Preston & Company.
Handkerchief Cases, made with ribbon, sachet and gold lace tnmminjr*
Dozen, $17.2S. Same Crocadel ribbon with flower trimmings and gold
ribbon bow, dozen, $33.50. Schroeder & Winkle.
Arm-wood Baskets of Goodies?Decorated glass. Artistic, pottery, un?
usually beautiful placques and many other unusual novelties, Howard
Seiden.
Hand Dyed and hand woven bags, $6.00 to S9.50; baby blankets $7.oT:
Original designs in table runners. ?55.50 up. Dyed and woven to blend
in any room. The Tenafly Weavers.
Decorated Glassware- -Plain glasses?colored glasses. A wonderful gif'
shop line. Westmoreland Specialty Co.
Hand Decorated Metal Desk Sifts, Trays and Utility Boxes. Hand Dec-'
rated Wood Utility Boxes. Novelty Glass. Original Gift?. Mrs. It.
Roscnlhal.
Ribbon Novelties, Favors, sewing Novelties, Baskets, Budge Prizes, Unique
Novelties. Gifts and Prizes, .fane Gray Company.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
Work, Shopping. Opera, Dance and Vanity Bags. Work. Candy, ^llove and
Handkerchief Boxes. Powder Peres, Powder Jars, Sachets, Pin Cushions.
Chicago Society of Art Needlework.
Novelty Baskets and Seeing Novelties. Miss Fanny Meyer.
GLOVES
Fear iV White. Leather glove.* for men, women and children for ail occa?
sions; motoring, street-wear and dress. Our line is now on display and
warrants careful consideration.
Gnessling & Ferre, Inc., Kid Glove Importers, New York City, show ?
handsome display of the various qualities and new -wanted styles for
1920 that ?s well worth inspection.
Linp for 1920 is ready. Headquarters fer 12, 16 and 20-inch French
Muskateei- Gloves. Also latest s.trap wrists, guaatlets and novolty
s'.ovcs, future delivery. Rosenbaam Company.
HOUSEFURNISHING
E?GHTH FLOOR
Crosscut and Fort Orange are medium weight toilet papers made from
clean, new materials and guaranteed as absolutelv sanitary. Both are
1000 .sheet rolls. A. P. W. Paper Co.
Scaurs. "Health-O-Meter,* For Bathrooms, Nurseries, Boudoir?, Phy?
sicians' Offices, Gymnasium?. "Stork Special'' Baby Scale, Physician's
and Bath Scale. Continental Scale Work?.
Hot Water Supply?convenient, cheap?for all buildings--Humphrey Auto?
matic Gas Water Heaters are used the world over -complete hot water
s?tiafection guaranteed?see display. Humphrey Company.
'The Japans Cut Flower Holder." A perforated solid bloc* of glass with
circulation fcr water. Shows flower? aa nature grow? them. Japana
Specialty Company.
l.'Artiste Phonograph in regular and console models of unusua' merit?
unequaled in tone, finish and design. Exceptional openings for good
Case Company. *otjs Biqdi^peirtjj \,A-i^iujsudoa
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For complete line see special announcement in tJhia adv-rtisement.

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