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NEW YORK. SUNDAY'. JANUARY 1, 1911. Copvrioht, 1911. by the Sun PrJnUno and PubttiMro AsiociflMoa.
CHRISTMAS PAYS A PROFIT
a jhv.j.v commeiici l mew
ftr itnijn.w nn ni?.
sum of money, but only tho rich, In my
opinion, urn out of pocket by it. On lli
contrary thotirRiKl.t of oor r.ml alumst
poor pornoiiH urn in pocket, beeattM' of it,"
remarked a wotimn connected with r.
philanthropic orKntilntlon. "In fact I
don't Win to think of tilmt the rowiilt
. .... , , , ., ' would be in hundreds of homcvi 1 inn
"pinions of People Able to .tmlse of lie ,mftU ll(.quftnt0(1 wilh wor Christ.
State of IMeKotbonUs ftrr lirNt- n )f , calpmlM.
inn- Tim men none inn in n
It's lihe nnil Take Mttli tlttiers.
"From n purely rotnmerelnl standpoint
'.lio Christmas holitliys p.iv." nnitl n man
siio is ii foreman in a factory and has
loro or lews conlidcntial relations with
levornl hundred youtiR men and women.
"Often." he continued, "on my way up
anil down town I hear family men prowl
ing at the strain Christmas piiUon their
"The rich and the well off part com
pany with a largo amount of iah for
benevolences at the end of every year,
and without, making r.ny funs over II
either. KUtlsllcs show that New York
is the most, generous eity In the world to
to their employee", but i Ik now the city
which dries HiIh oil the most Reneroiirt
scale. For example, there is one banking
house which Rrades its New Year -Iftn
nccordln to the Kilarles of employccM,
each receiving a eeit;iin percentage of
hl cal.iry Tor the voir an u bonne.
"It would be idle." wild he. "to try to
etlmalo the amount of money given
awav at the New Year In I ho Wall Nroel
district alone not only to the personal
employees of the many largo concerns
represented but by the heads of these
concern to charitable nuclide", which In
turn distribute to those in need of a timely
"Undoubtedly the passing of the holi
days leaves the rank and file of New
loritors lienor oir man uiey were nriore.
FRRDRRtCK MfcSEIt : CO,
FREDERICK lyOESKR It CiO.
Its noor. ' if'there is more noverlv here I Frobablv there N n good big hole h, tho
' , ,. ., , . . I monev pue 01 mor ru n men aii'i woiinn,
, than in some other cities the reason Is',,,,, ,flo;, ,u.y wlM (lllXl, K.lin,Ml ;., rptun,
'simply that no other city is inundated
yearly with such crowds of poor persons
pockctbook and I have heard plenty of"",K """ "
mothers and ""married folks lnH n Jot j v f f rhristnms v, of
'nKtto"n"" is known and less said is the giftr,
person who talkP that way I Ret rlRht back of a h , h
at him somoth tig like this; wlmcat.1. beclc.l withthepoorw.d who
-See here, dl.l you ever take the rouble , f , , , , h ' ch ,
to put down n dollars and cents the costly f n f, , ,( ,
a your Christmas outlay, of your family , cftsh ,h, vpftr ..,,
rhristmas outlay and then aild up the -x0 my personal knowledge there are
ppproxlmnte cost of tho prccnts coming 1 a do7en women In New York who have a
your way?' lifct, a long list of acqualntaiiceH, mostly
"'No.' an under foreman in the hull(UnB K0,n' p'ch of wh'n. i r;memborojl
... " . , . , 1 With a cash present at. Christ mas To
with me answered Rloomily when I multlplv this dozen bj twentv or thirtv
proddedhlmlikethat. but it seasllydone, would )ie no oxnecer.it Ion These nor-
and I moan to take a try at that sum, sons of course, aivo of their abundance.
not expecting n. iiko return, anil some un
Rcneroiw critics don't pive them tho
even though I always did hato arith
"A day or two later he came to my
room at lunch time with a strip of paper
covered with two lines of figures.
"'I knew It,' he gald triumphantly.
'No matter how T fW It I come out at least
$10 to the Kid.'
"'Tim. let me sen that paper,' I
"I ran my eye down the two lists and
saw that all the cash ho had paid out on
account of Christmas was carefully jotted
down in ono linn and tho relative cash
value of tho presents ho and his family
nralse due their thoughtfulnois
"All social workers of large experience
know that it is the class not very poor
and not. well off, the class with no bank
savings for a rainy day. and likelv to be
an intangible something, which n't be
handled and which probably gives mom
far moro s.itifaction than the dollars
.w. i xts. i :.s; steel.
Mut Contain at l.rat 1 Per rent, of
The term manganese steel Is not applied
to steel having simply a manganese con
tent. It is necessary that the peicentage
shall be about 7 or more. In fact nearly
all steels contain a small proportion.
Hut steel having a mongancso content
of between and 7 per cent, is practi
cally worthless because of its lirittleness.
With certain larger percentages, how
over, says C'ucsrr's .lapaiinr. it becomes
very tough and strong.
That steel with a moderate manganese
content is quite fragile will readily bo
understood when it Is conidred that a
cast bar containing t.t.'i per cent, of man-
In every detail the Leading RwUil EtUblfrhmant at Brookfyj. j
STORE CLOSED MONDAY
$4 to $7.50 Silk Waists
There arc silk mcssalincfl In white, liRhl, blue, pink and gray trimmed with
lure; some in tho Hide efTectfl, neatly trimmed, rcrnian chiffon over Per
nians, neatly hraided and trimmed. High cIiim taffetas, in black and
colors: tailored and trimmed. Also Rtyllsh plaids and stripe silk 'Waist
and three models in Into and net. Waists, lined with silk. In this lot are r
two hundred and fifty samnlo Waist, values up to 87.50
savings ior a rainy nay. ami iweiv 10 ue " ,"i i,n..i,; ,i.m,i,inn nf (wt
plunge,! into actual suffering b; Illness P.' (b f. ? .'r.; bv
or the loss of a joh by the clilef bread-i ,,,," ' i,mVe with n
winner, which invariably spends most . ! ! ..K ii1 r " rt
nrodigallv at the holidays. Tho exchange
of gifts in this class goes on to the last
dime, and a proportion of the gifts are
in the trash category, intended mostly
: for ornament
"Frequently benevolent persons of a
( conspicuously practical turn of mind
lament, tins tenaency tine sucn neggen
received in the other line and that the Vr
totals were as he siid. present to her mother and to a girl friend
"How abou the Christmas dinner at ' of n caudv cilt breast nin and nn enuallv
your brother's?' I said. 'I don't see it in gorgeous hatpin I did not deliver the
iu- is. .i.i.. r ,.. ii . lecture, 1 rom a utilitarian standpoint
TL": Z foolish . Rut perhaps there
which you told me was worth So cents
n head and tho books the children got
from Sunday school? I think you mcn-
tree cnurcn entertainment, , nrp more Utooian stAiidioint which it
Innil of S.400 nOUIlds
Tills is about one. third the strength of
cast iron under similar conditions.
Another example i that of pieces having
a manganese content, of 4. to per cent
which were reduced to a fine powder In
Manganese is a grayish white and
brittle metal somewhat resembling cast
iron. Its atomic weight and specific
gravity differ but little from those of iron.
Ft is nonmagnetic and brittle. Prepared
by reduction of the chloride It is exceed
ingly hard, even excelling steel in this
respect. Its fusion point is about .1.317
degrees Fahrenheit, or about "oo degrees
higher than that of pure iron
The first piece ot pure manganese pro
qoo,uiu in oign vjraae r urs ior jiiuj
A Fur Sale Superseding All Others.
FUR SALES OF A MOST EXTRAORDINARY NATURE have made Fur Sales records at Loeser's. Already
this season there has been a noteworthy offering of Furs by us the dispersal of a wholesaler's fine stock.
Yet here is an offer which eclipses all others in value giving, and is by far the most exceptional in the
variety which it presents of any Fur event which has taken place in the Loeser Store.
It is possible because one of the leading Manhattan Furriers was anxious to wind up his business and seek
the foreign markets in quest of his pelts for the next season.
QUALITY IS THE CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC. There arc
the superb Caraculs, handsome Ermines, beautiful Hudson Seals, and
Natural Raccoon, Australian Opossum, Skunk, Black Fox, Sitkn Fox,
Electric Seal, Lynx, White Fox, Wolf and other fine Furs, and in
each case the prices
Are Exactly Fifty Cents on the Dollar
TWO-THIRDS OF THE STOCK ARE WOMEN'S COATS in
the 50 and 52 inch lengths. There is afso an excellent range of Muffs,
"Ilolativelv this clas'
I duced was In 1771 Apparently, however.
Christmas presem's thaTanv oVheV 7
also it cets a fairer exchane'e lr it manganese have leeti found so far. this
mnniay money oVits fTnds hs , chemical element is found no.ere in a
tionc.l that your two little girls went to lAli
.in n i ipnmnn 1 1 1 1 1 v ur nip iiniiAK ni :i . . , . .. ......... ... n. .
lenrher.nn.t came home each with a valu- friends throw nn eounl nmoiint bark P'lre state. 1 his i iiie, no rtollbt. largely
able bonk Didn't your wife ' and the exercise in the long run does good to its animty lor oxygen.
- inl- l.ore lie hrnkn in M Hnn't see I instead of harm to overv one concerned t
, . m I . u VV j ' "About, tho contfortab y well off classy rmted states V.H Not In the Naiy
.......... ...... ..v...., ul. ( nln not rert.iin I nm certain tnatthe
r lift ' . poorer and tho verv poor classes llnd
"Va1.1.a.. n nr.,1 n.nnv it Ii a fnL-a ' li Amual Letter ntT .after tlin hnllH.tva
l returned, hiding br.ck the list' 'They than before." ' I belonging to the I'nited States Oovern-
,.! ,1... ,.. t.., ,,i In tho opinion of a business man it Is 1 ment are a part of the navy The ttar
w represents r. reitain comme:
v ' ie, t'xr.t tn provide it. cost so:
t-ke the most common
'mm 'nptjiir Mcthinir
Considerably less than half th loats
'trwcfthefitur.ti.cn. Think it over '"
The g.-.T.e of give antl take practised
fV,,o hclidiys Iviresn pood mcjiy people
d p-it in circulation a tremendous
ilnp their '" P'nlorl a business man It is ' ment are a part or the navy The ar
mme-cin.1 ? 0et.im,?t.0 i'"'?' haL ,l!fr" "-"J Department controls a greater number of
mmercml , from s coo to in,n() clerks in the financial ' f nn i.in,ia ,h u fmmH r, .v..
iomohody. districts of this city, n good percentage CMft "f.n11 1 "n'; on,
monplace of whom are connected, with banking ! navy lWts. while the Departments of the
bouses, to whom the cominc of the new i Treasury. Commerce and Kibor and
ve.ir means a long, free breath of relief. Agriculture all have fleets under their
New York was not the first citv where jurisdiction According to the latest
gold pieces or their equivalent were dls- I Government figures there are but 340
tributedbv bankers, brokers and others vessels fling the naval pennant
I "Mm" nXLXTIVES OF THE FltEXCH PttlME MIXLSTElt DRIVES' FIIOM THEIR HOME BY FLOOD-
Pari Kprlall Interested In the nrrrnl Publication nf a Photograph fchnwlns M, llrlantl l)rred for f tin Flrtt
AftftO llndion Seal Coat at Hail.
MSIMI llnrltnn siral Coat at MID,
K4.10 1 1 nil inn Heal Coat at 111 Ik.
MttMl lluilson Nral mat at HI Ik.
M2SO lludtnn Nral Coat at 111 I B.
2to Natural Nqulrrel foal at S13I.
tt3BO lllue I)rrt Nqulrrel Coat at
naio Sable Died Squirrel Coat at
Man Hable I? rd Nqulrrel Coat at
N300 l.elpsle n el C'ararul Coat at
maon lAlple lett Caracul Coat at
230 llpilr l)el Caracal Coat at
13k Iftrnle Died Caracal Coat at
Dyed Caracul Coat at
Neckpieces, Sets, Cloth Coats with fur trimming and men's fur nd
fur lined Coats.
It is a mammoth stock and a splendid one. It brings occasion for
one to purchase Furs (in the very latest styles) for the lowest price
concessions we have ever known for Furs of this high class. (
Because of the remarkably low prices none of those Furs will be
sent C. O. I), or on approval. None will be received for credit. But
they may be exchanged within forty-eight hours if any are left.
We enumerate part of the details; it will be well for you to plan
to he hero at the opening of the Store on Tuesday.
Moo rtumlao Pony Coat for lkO,
man Human Pony Coat at l 1 k.
aan Runlan Pony Coat at moo.
ISO Russian Pony Coat at HO.
Mian Russian Pony Coat at RTk.
Minn Rnstlan Pony Coat at Mkn.
on Russian Pony Coat at M4k.
MA Russian Calf Coat for M4k.
on Russian Cair Coat for Maw.Dft.
Mlio Metrical Coat for MVS.
Neckwear and Muffs.
Mtft Alaska Sable (Skunk) Shawl at
4k Hltka Fas Shaw l at Maa.kn.
io Fox Ntoir at M3.
k Fox shawl at Mia.kO.
SO Fox Nhawl at M14.0S.
130 Opossum Shawl at MOO.
M30 Alaska Sable Neckpiece. Ml l.OS.
vstm upossuni stnam ai ".
MHO Opossum Stole at NMD.
Man opossum Shawl for Mar..
Man Opossum .scarf at Mtl.tis.
Mlk Onnsnum Neckpiece nt MLTift.
MlBn llaeeoon Nhawl at Mllfc. ,
M3II llaeenon stole nt Ml 2.11.
Man Itarcnon Stole at Mtt.'.IM.
M.1N Hnlf Shawl at MIN.ON.
Man Hnir Shawl at Mtl.nN.
MI.1 Coney Shawl at Mfl.tto.
M4 I'oney Searf at Ml. IIS.
Man i:iretrlr Seal Shawl at tttMlN.
Mkn Alaska Sable MutT at M3V
Ml in Alaska Nalile .MutT at
M4n Alaska Nablr NltitT at MIIt.ON.
Minn I.ynx MutT at S&o.
mis Fox .ii ii rr at tMi.tin.
MHO Fox Mutt nt M3.1.
M.'l Fox MutT at M1N.1IN.
NIK! Onowiiim MutT at M.13.
Mao Mnir Murr at Mn.ns.
Ml a Mnlf MutT at MI.KO.
M;r lluilsnn Seal MutT at M3I.S0.
Matt Itnreonn Mutt at M13.1IM.
NMI Sitka Fox MutT at Mat.
Mir Coney ItiiK MutT at MI. SO.
Win Coney MutT at MS.
Furs in Sets.
MI2n Sitka Fox Net at MOO.
M.'l Caracul Set at Ml 4.08.
MI Caracul Set at 83.5(1.
K30 Ilaccnon Net at Mlk.
Sit) Persian Paw Set at Sk.
SeooaJ floor. Dond Strcrt.
Rugs, Carpets, Upholsterings : A Sale.
A Stock Totaling a Quarter of a Million Dollars,
Prices Fourth to Half Under Our Usual Prices.
WE HAVE PROMISED GREAT THINGS fo.' the New Year and here is the first of them.
January has long been ECONOMY MONTH at Loeser's. January has brought some sales of Rugs, Carpets and Upholster
ings which live in the memory of thousands of Brooklyn people a the greatest in extent and in values offered that have ever been
known in this city.
Tuesday will start here a Sale that goes 'ahead of all those great records; that offers MORE stock: that offers GREATER values.
It is to be a demonstration of "what the Looser Store can do when it sets a shining gon before it and bends all energy through many
months to achieve that goal in the end.
The people of this city know the Loeser stocks of home furnishings very well. They know the quality that is assured here. They
know the beauty and the distinction of the Loeser stocks of Oriental Rugs, the superb and choice patterns of the Looser Carpets, and
especially the broad and distinguished stocks of Upholsterings that arc here.
Now so large a share of these Carpets, Rugs and Upholsterings arc to be sold for a fourth to half less than their regular fair Loeser
prices that we do not attempt to give details. We know they would of necessity be inadequate and that all who come here will find a
great txmnt.y oi exactly tnc inings tney wien at, tne renucea prices.
Oriental & Domestic Rugs Average Third Off.
and each is desirable.
nt n saving.
No one with a Carpet need can fall to fill it now and
Many Half Prices Among Upholsterings.
Atnons tho Orietal Rurs are practically all the weaves that come from
the Orient: superb, lustrou, with all tho poetry and mysticism of the Eastern
peonies wocnt.mi."nD"(.. hA...if.,l b,, in fine "ere are special ofTerinKs thnn even this Store has never rivaled. For
u J 11 4nH X?hr x"ou wn frwti instance, a thousand pairs of new Madras Curtains just from Scotland are to
cond on and of Ifrfcct hnpee. f"' bo sold at just half price. There are Renaissance Red Seta of tho prettiest
its in llionsof hnnd-tied knots or a little gem to spread before a curio cabinet, , , , lr , ' , , Ti.r i,nrir.,Ha nf nnlrs nf new real r.lnnv
depend on pavinK nn avcraBo third less than the same quality and beauty """J" "nJPin 'n I'Mn U"da f P f Wr
i Curtains at prices in tho same proportion.
i c :. ... 1 1 . i i. .. , i-. . i ..
So it coes nil throuch a mncnificentlv larce stock Couch Covers. Por
tieres, Iaco Curtains of practically all tho desirablo etyles and a third to
half saving all along the line. j
i We commend this Sale to your interest. It is the greatest of
j the sort, we believe, that, has ever been started anywhere. It should
Photo hy "KirrlMnr "
PREMIER HRIAND'S RELATIVES IN THE FARM HOI SE MC'HI RI: THEY TOOK REEl'C.E THE VILLAGE
PRIEST IS THERE, WITH M.ME. I50UCHANT. M. BRIAND'S AL NT; HER SON HENRI, M HRIAND'S
L'NCLE; M. BOUCHANT, HIS COL'SIN; MARIE BAHAl'T AND HER CHILDREN.
Paius, Deo. 22. Among the HtifTererH
by tho prer.cn t Hoo'Ih In the Vnlley of the
Arl.stlde llrland, the Premier of Franco, of young Arlxtiiln Ilrlnmkin his first com
His mother died there recently. His munion hiilt luih sre.il ly InterealtHl Pari.
Loire are. tho lnlmliltant or tho llttloi rapid rise lo fnmtt has not entrance jiim I wln ,.arrj,i throiiRh the act r.eparntlng
villiiRe of La Oacnerle, tho homo of M. j from his humble relative. Tho portr.ilt j Church mm! State.
wnulil nrdinnrtlv cost
Domestic RtiRit show some equally marvelous economics. Many of the
most fatuous weaves in America are represented In this Sale. Some of them
are Rues on which prices are ordinarily restricted by the makers; prices which,
except in this event, have rarely if over been lowered.
Carpet Sale That Breaks All Records.
Imagine the verv best and most extensive stock of (tood Carpets you have, ninl e this first, mnnt.h nf t.hn Vntv Ye.ir mnrn thnn ever heforn fnr
ever seen brought together and imagine THE PRICES ON THESE CARPETS T . ., .fr.Vrrir -r nvrAnAirn Trrrvr-TV
(TT A KOrUTH TO A THIRD. Looser customers the MONTH OF UNEQUALED ECONOMY.
Every good weave is represented. Hundreds of patterns are included,! Third rioor.
In connection with this offering, we will also offer a superb stock of Oriental Carpets, the
V CUllCCiliJil ui 11. ii ufatvyaiif viiiui vjciiciai ui i widia ai auuui uaii xji 111t.11 icuiai vaiuc.
mi oiitv uuuuic w luxii v-uiurcu v-rcpc uc viimc
A Regular $1.50 Quality for 84c. a Yard.
THE NEW YEAR BRINGS this wonder offor in the Silk Store Tuesday. It is positively the lowest price over quoted on DOUBLE
WIDTH Crepe de Chine of this superb quality. It is absolutely pure silk and there is a magnificent range of the best shades.
Double width and full $1.50 value for 84c a yard.
Among the colors are: White, ivory, cream, ciel, mais, Nile, pink, lilac, turquoise, old rose, apricot, helio, chantecler, Copenhagen, cadet, gold, russet,
nilver, gray, sapphire, orchid, King a Diue, rouge, reaeaa, .taupe, wistaria, catawba, brown, navy, wine, empire, artichoke, melon, puon bluo antl black.
jiaia rioor. nana airrei. .
I'hoto by "Kicel-lor M
AUGUSTE BAHAL'T. COISIN OP PREMIER BRIAN!), SAVING WHAT HE
C.OUD FROM THE PLOOp.
Plinto by T.u'eWor "
rur.Mifii niu.wn nnpssr.n mn
l llt.ST COMMI'MUX.
With Fresh Supplies Unpacked and Ready
TEe White Sale Starts Afresh
In Magnitude and Values Without Equal.
Corset Covers, 9c. to 98c.
Oe. Cnr Covers In S tyl of ood
inunlln: low neck, In round nd qiur.
etfeet; hotne with laco Insertion. Nono
f O. U. No mall or telephone order.
He. rritlll.rly 2Se. (,'orwt Covers of
eauihrle, round neck, French bodv: ono
Htyln has :t rows of laco with rlhbon
haadlncr and lace edco. Another has .1
roH of lace wtUi lore veinlna and rib
bon headlnc. NonoC 0, D. No mall or
t elephone orders,
atle. and 40e. Corset Coters of nain
sook and caiiihrlo In several styles, on
with 2 rows of laeo Insertlnc edged with
Ince and ribbon beadlnir, also setnl
hlchneck with Lion Inserting with band
of lawn, ftiatlierstltchod. Others with
embroidery cdee and beadlnc with
Mle rrmilarly lie, to l. Corset
Covers of eanibrle and nainsook; low
lotind neck eft eels, prettily Irltnmed
with enibioltlery of face tnd nnlshod
with beadinvs and ribbons.
Itle, and OHe. Corset Covers of eanibrle
snd nainsook. Home are made with
late liiKerllncM and ribbon beadlnc;
some bavo embroidery outlined with
lace, ond others have lace effect and
finished at tho ton with ribbon beadins
run throiicli. About 10 styles.
Nightgowns, 25c. to $2.98.
a Sc.. recularly Oe. Nlahtiowns of
food muslin In several styles, hlsh and
V shape with embroidery Insertion,
hemstitched tucks. and plain tucks and
nnlshod with a ruffle on neck and
sleeves. None sent C. O. I). No mail
or telephone orders,
Oo. Nlehta-owns of good muslin. One
model ta made V shape neck and has 4
rows of Inserting with cluster tucklna
betweon; another style Is made square
yoke with cluster tucking, some with
hemstitching. None sent C. O, I). No
mall or telephone ordors.
Ie., reylarl Hl.a Initialed ght
onsof soft nalnsoo2 with round voke
of embroidery put 0:1 with heading.
The embroidery is In a wreath design
with Initial iu center. Shirt sleeves,
linen laco edge wit h ribbon pin t hrou gh.
lOc., regularly I iMl.tl. NUht
gowns of fine muslin In souare yoke
niodjl with rlusler tucking and fin
ished With ruffle, long slenves. Also
other model with embroidery insert
ing and embroidery edxo.
1.49 and I.ON. Nightgowns In a
variety of good modols made of soft
nainsook and cambric, They are em
broidery and lace trimmed In variety
of stvles; some semi. Empire, others
round chemise shapes; M and short
sleeves and finished with ribbon beading.
Drawers, 12c. to 98c.
I3e. Drawers of good muflln with a
deep ruffle of Inwn, heniotltched hem
with cluster tucks, alro other stylos In
plain tucking. None sent L'. O. f) No
mall or telephone orders.
80e. and 41le. About is styles, of cam
bric and miihlln and nainsook; r-overal
styles of hemstitching; peroral with
deep embroidery ruflle nncl cluster
tucking ahove; others with deop lawn
flounce with laco liiMirting.
Chemises, 29c. to 98c
aOe., rrgularl) aoe. ChemWes of good
eambrlo and muslin, made round neck
with hemstitched ruffle, and one very
frood model has yoke llnhhed with a
lemstltclied rulfln. Nono sent C o, I).
No mall or teluphono orders,
Oe. Chemises of soft cambric, circular
neck; embroidery Int-ertlng, beading
with rlhbon run through and embroid
of sou cambric, simply trimmed nlth
embroidery and laco, nil louml nock
erlects; a lartro variety nf models.
tide. A variety of long r-klrt Cliomi.es
One very pret t y model has a j tike ncro
the front made of lace inrening, (In
Istied ut the bottom with wide ribbon
run through and tho top with nanow
ribbon bending and lace, the bottom of
Chomlso has a lace edcod ruffle.
Petticoats. 29c.to $2.98.
Mj. Rlinrt 1Attlrnilta rtf mnAttn
circular shapo, fitted top. finished wHhJP
a hemslltchod ruflle. Nono sent C. J I
0. No mall or telephone orders, I
30e. and 4Uc, I'ndor Petticoats of good
muslin; ono Mylo with u deep lawn
rufllo wl'h a homstltcbod hem and
cluster ot tucks, Tho tlnor model la
made with ruffle.
ohc, regularly si. as to fia.at. An
assorted lot of very fine lingerie Petti
coats made of nainsook and lann and
some cambrio trimmed with embroid
08c. Comhrlcand muslin Petticoats. In
about n styles, Soernl good hem.
si Itched models with cluster ot tucks I
and ono vei y pretty htyln has anMnch I
tlounco of Trench ombroldery, deep i
scalloped graduated coin dots. C
Ml. 41) and Ml.ON. Petticoats of rlne
nalnwok and luun; some huvo tlouncn
IS Inclies deep with open work em
broidery anil finished with ribbon
bows, it ii 1 othets havo flounco from IS
to ;ii Inches deep, made of lawn with
several rows 01 mco put on whii oeau- j
ine and ribbon. f