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Society, Art and the Drama Music
Lettie Lane Doll House Fashion News
Books Queries Schools Southern Resorts
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913 . Copyright, 1913, by the Sun Printing and Put U thing Attodatlon.
SOCIETY DANCING FOR.
PLEASURE AND FOR CHARITY
Entertainments Crowd the Beginning of a Season That Bids
Fair to Rival Any Other for Years Back Christmas
Sales for the Benefit of Worthy Institutions
to A. AS.
Tunnel and I
I Subway. I
SOOIKTY 1ms been diuicliiK away
since tin.1 first of tlio week iind
tlilt hna lioi-n only the beginning
of a season that bids fnlr, an far
il.mcen nrc concerned, to rlvnl nny
years. The dunce nt tin- St. flela
Klvrn on .Monday iiIkIiI by Mr. and Mrs.
Klclrinl .Stevens i)f Cuttle I'olnt for their
riliiil.nile daughter, Mis Klsle Stevens
inHiiuuraU'd the wool; In u IIiUiik muii
hnr It was not n larsc dance and may
Justly U culled sm:irt. The ballroom of
tln St. Ileitis Is not larse enoiiKli for n
itenerul party, therefore Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens's micata wore restricted, to the
ninucr element nnd snnie of tliolr mnr
i ii'd friends, mainly their neighbor In
Ni wport and a I their country place at
llornimlsvllle. N. .1,
While supper was belli served at
mn.ill tables, which had been placed
lolit the sides of the ballroom, Caslmlr
A hi, a f.inioiis S.uith Aim ilea n dancer
who has been unite the riite In I'.irls
Rive an exhibition of the Argentine
tumtu and othee dance" of his country.
They weie very graceful an, circum
spect, and If timi who n.v now railing
2.ilnst ."uch d'inres could have wntehi'd
Gautler Kite. .Mrs. Olfford A. Cochran Mrs, William Church Osborn, who will
will Klve on tint nlirlit a dinner nnd kIvp n dinner to-morrow night for Miss
tl.mee at the Itlt.-Carlton, Mrs. Percy Margaret Louise Schleffelln, fhincee of
It. I'.vne 'will give it dance on Tuesday her son Frederick Osborn, will enter
of next week at fiSO Park avenue for lain the Thursday Evening Club at her
Miss Mary I'yne, and on Thursday, Do- home this week.
ceinber Is the Russian dance for clinr-
liable purpose will bring out the entire One of the entertainments that will be
corps de ballet of society. j sure to keep many In town for tho
.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .1. Cumnock are, Christmas holiday will lie tho party
giving n dance in Sherry's on December ' which Mrs. Hermann Oelrlclm Is w
l'.i for their debutnnto daughter. Miss J ranging for Christmas eve nt her home,
Mary Cutting Cumnock, nnd Invitations ; 1 Knst Fifty-seventh street. Mrs.
for dances have been sent out by the ! Oelrlchs Intends to have. Christmas
Hon. Mrs. Anson, for December 22, nt , enrols, a big tree and n dance. On
Christmas night Mrs. William K. Van
derblit, dr., will give a large dinner at
the. Itltz-C.irlton, for her daughter, Miss
Alexandra Kmory; dpt. nnd Mrs.
Oeorgc It. D)er. for their niece. Miss
llvehn Scott, at the ItUr.-C.'irllon. on
December 2?: Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Wnt- Mr. and Mrs. .lohn P. Gilford and Miss
son. for Miss May Duncan Watson, at Lentlruon Gilford have gone to Bnltlmore
Sherrv's om December '-" nnd George 1 to attend the Uachelors' Cotillon of to
Mum! Scott, for his daughter. Miss' morrow night. Mrs. Joseph Palmer
Mini! Scott, on December .10, nt the Hltz- Knopp of 247 Fifth avenue will give a
Carlton. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph W. Harrl- theatre party and slipper for Miss Gil
nun will give a ball at Sherry's on NYw , frd on December 22.
Year's eve f.r their d lUghler. Miss,
.Miriam I Ian Inian. and It i.m be seen by Among the debutantes of the vlntr
these limitations Hut there will be .-mall ai e the MIfsos Mary Hutgers Sage nnd
Katherlne Kobsnn Sage, daughteis of
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Sage of this
city, Thuy were Introduced to society
two weeks ago. AilQther debutante,
Miss Louise. Morris Livingston, v.ns in-
treduced In Albany esterday by 'her
father, !ia.ard 1 nruhart Livingston.
Miss niennor Townsend Darlington,
duiighter of Bishop Darlington and Mrs,
D.irllnxton of Hurrlaburg, Pa., Ii passing
the 'Winter In New York. She went
about In society last "iimtner In Mew
port, where her father has n villa.
Miss Florence Doane resutni'd her
afternoon dancer on Friday in the Astor
suite of tho Waldorf-Astoria. They will
continue until the end of next month.
Some of those who attend are Mr. and
Mrs. George If. Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwiu
Gould. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob.m Belts. Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick 11. Katun, Mrs. IM-
wi.rd N. Brettung. Miss Juliet Breltung.
Mr. and Mrs. Wtlber llloodgood and Mr
and Mrs. Arthur ltyle.
Miss Elsie Stevens.
.fit South American on Monday they
"would have an entirely different Idea of
the tango, which, as d.tuced that night,
van .quite as . lately and formal as the
old time minuet.
Nearly all the debutantes of the sea
son were a't the Junior Cotillon on Tues
day night. It brought to Sherry's rooms
nearly COO dancers, debutantes of this
season and of two years ago. There
was yet another attraction In tho way
of dancing on Tuesduy ut tho llltz-C'ail-ton,
whero a representative gathering
of society took place for tho benefit of
the Down Town Day Nursery. Mrs.
Charles B. Alexander's dinner and dunce,
for her youngest daughter, Miss Mary
Croclcer Alexander, on Thursday night
brought out many of those who had
been danclns each night since tho first
of the week, and on Friday there was
the first for this season of tho Three
There will be a continuance of terp
Ichorean diversions throughout this
week. To-morrow night Dr. and Mrs.
William B. Anderton will give a dance
for their dehutanto daughter, Miss Doro
thy Anderton, in the annex of tho Met
ropolitan Club, and In tho afternoon
Frederick Harrison Baldwin will give a
the dansant at Sherry's, Mrs. Charles
Elliot Warren's coming out reception
on Tuesday tor her second daughter,
Miss Margaret R. Warren, will be fol
lowed oy theatre party, supper and
danco at Delmonlco's, and on that night
Mrs. Henry 8. Redmond will give a din
ner for 150 at the Plaza, followed by
Mrs. Cornelius C Cuyler will give a
."Inner dance at aherry'a on Wedes-
day, and on tnat nignx .Mrs. wiwara j.
Manlce will have a dance at her home
fur Mlse Dorothy Manlce. There Is to
b a dancing contest on Wednesday at
tho Plata for the benefit of tho Bloom
Ingdale Day Nursery, and on Thursday
a the dansant for the benefit of the Win
ifred Wheeler Day NurBeryi as well as
moving pictures, and a danco for tho
benefit of the Music fichool Sottlomont
will keep dancers busy early and late.
There will bo half a dozen small dances
in Friday nftornoon and night, and on
Saturday night the first for this season
rf the Saturday Evening Dances, which
for no many years have been guided by
Mrs. Charles R. Huntington.
inducement to leave town for the boll
days. Dates for January dances ore already
being fixed. Mrs. P. A, Valentine will
glvo one lit Sherry's on January 2 for
Miss .Margaret Henderson, nnd on the
Monday following Mrs. Cleveland H.
Dodge will give one for Miss Elizabeth
Emmons, the debutante daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Kmmons. Mrs. Charles
Henry Coster has t-elerted January 8
for a ball nt Sherry's in honor of her
youngest daughter. Miss Maud Coster,
and on January 12 Mis. George W.
Forsyth will give at Sherry's a dinner
dance for her niece, Miss Beatrice Bur-rlll.
Htzt week will begin with more dancing-,
when Mrs. Frederick Edey will give
a dinner dance for her daughter, Miss
JulUEdey, at her home, 10 West Fifty
aixtk street, and on that night Mrs. Wlll
UnLsirs TTtrn will have a dance at the
Maw for hr daughter, Miss KMnt
With all these danres going on the
members of the Junior League will have
a good deal of hard work to do to make
a success of their annual entertainment,
which Is to be held on January If! and
17 in the grand ballroom of tho Waldorf-Astoria,
It Is rather fortunate that
there will be no theatrical entertainment
to call for constunt reheursuls, as In
years past. It hus been decided to hold
a klrmess, with booihs for Hale of fancy
articles and refreshments, which will be
plnced uruund tho ballroom, nnd there
will bo dances on the stage by debu
tnntes of tho winter nnd of former sea
sons. Tho dances proposed are the
Sunny Brook Farm danco, a tarantella
and polo dance.
There was n meeting of the league
members on Thursday afternoon ut the
home of Mrs. ChnrlcH Henry Coster.
Miss Mary Crocker Alexnndcr was
elected president of tho league, Miss
Maud Coster, secretary, nnd Miss Mar
garet Seton Porter, treasurer. Tho pro
ceeds of thn coming entertainments will
be devoted to settlement work carried on
by the league nnd also to tho fruit nnd
flower fund, considerable profit la ex
pected from the sale of boxes, and ns
there will be general dancing each night
the younger element of society Is suro to
be on hand. Mls.s Harriet Alexander,
who made her debut In society several
years ago, Is the chairman of the execu
tive committee of tho league.
Sivirty will have nn opportunity of
looking ut two of the most important
sporting events of the year in the ball
room nt Sherry's on Thursday night
when thcro will be shown moving pic
tures of the International polo games
played ut Meadow Brook lns spring and
tho recent world's basebull champion
ship series. The entertainment will be
given under the auspices of the Musical
School League, organized by Miss Kath
arine Hazard, ami the proceeds will be
devoted to the Music School Settlement
at ."..I Tlilnl stiect. of which D.ivld
Minnies Is director. Many persons
prominent In society who are Interested
in the welfare of the league will attend
the entei lalnment, which will begin at !
o'clock. After the pictures there win
be general dancing.
The entertainment Is the first effort
on the part of the young people who
form the league, and Its organizer are
! looking forward to success. Tickets nre
(." each and may be had from any of the
' i.tM..rrf Mnimtr uhnni .if., l I J Vl'n tt 1 1 n
S. Hlchardson, Mrs. Frederick Khllie
laniler Brown, Mrs. Joseph D. Forbes,
Mrs. John Tucker, Mrs. Duncan A,
Holmes nnd the Misses Florence Burton,
Genevlevo Sanford, Nathalie Slocum,
Jessie A. Hazard, Dorothea Baldwin,
Anita Emmet. Alloa ('hauler, Ituth 11.
1 Mnller nnd Virginia Townsend.
J Some of tho patronesses are Mrs.
Thomas Hitchcock, Mrs. Charles Steele,
' Mrs. William A. Hazard, Mrs. Devereitx
I Mllburn. Mrs. Tnyne Whitney, Mrs. Jo
i seph S, Stevens, Mrs. Iteevn Schley, Mrs.
Herbert M. Hnrrlman, Mrs. William
Proctor, Mrs. Frederick Almy, Mrs.
Frederick O. Beach, Mrs. Norton Per
kins, Mrs. Peter B. Olney. Mrs. James
B. Eitstls, Mrs. .1. Borden Harrlmun,
Mrs. Charles T. Barney, Mrs. Frederic
F. do Ithnm, Mrs. Douglas L. Elllman,
Mrs. Gouverneur Morris, Mrs. William
G. Park, Mrs. Allan Plnkerton, Mrs.
George L. Nichols, Mrs. Hobert L. Bur
ton, Mrs. Henry P. Davison, Mrs. Lewis
S. Chnnler, Mrs. Courtlnndt D. Barnes
Mrs. Frederick Trevor Hill, Mrs. William
II. Moore, Mr. E. C. Totter, Mrs. Oeoige
Jay Gould, Mrs. Courtlundt P. Dixon 2d,
Miss Chrlstlno V. Baker, Mrs. Howard
Manslleld, Mrs. Adolph Lewlsohn, .Mrs.
Joseph S. Auerbarh, Mrs. J, Mucy Wil
lets, Mrs. Heglnnld C. Vunderbllt, Mrs.
Henry Hogers Wlnthrop. Mrs. Kudolph
E, Rchlrmer, Mrs. George B. Sanford,
Mrs, Oren Hoot, Mrs. Louis Stoddard.
Sirs. Henry Welsh llogcrs, Mrs. Harriet
A, Seymour, Mrs. Henry W, Sloeiim,
Mis. Otto Knhn nnd Mrs. Arthur 11.
The Countess Emlllo del Sein, who,
before her recent marriage, was Mrs.
Eben Wright,' will give n dinner nt her
home, 10 West Flfty-t'.ilrd street, on
Wednesday for Mlsn Helen Dlnsmore
Huntington and her fiance, Vincent As
tor. While the date nf the wedding his
not been wlected, It will he celebrated
very nuietly lute In April In St. Mar
garet's Church, Staatshurg, N. Y In
which church Miss Huntington's mother
A the dansant and bridge tournament
and Christmas sule for thn benefit of
tho Winifred Wheeler Day Nursery lit
010 East Soventy-slxth street will be
held on Thursday afternoon In thn Plaza
ballroom. Mrs. It. Moffatt Burnhnm Is
president of tho nursery and shn will
havo tho (isslstnnco of many friends
There will bo a special attraction In the
way of dancing, as Albert Lottlmer, who
has recently returned from Dlnard nnd
Paris, will glvo tin exhibition, and Miss
Lucille I.asallo will Instruct without fee
any who desire to nrnulre the latest
For tho bridge tournament handsome
prizes have been provided nnd tho sale
will bo conducted by children. Thorn
will be grab bags, fish ponds and fnrtunn
telling by Miss Whiting, nnd thero will
be offered for Rale faricy and useful arti
cles, requisites for travellers, stationery,
flowers, cakes and ten.
As this Is ii winter of special stress nn
thn East Sldo a generous response la
hnped for. Mrs, Donn Bnrhnr, I2S East
finventy-fourth street, hns on sale thn
tickets for the dance at It each, and
tickets for the bridge at $5 each may he
ordered of Mrs, Phillips B. Thompson,
830 Park nvonue. Mrs. ItufUH L. Patter
son of 12 West Fifty-second street also
has on sale tickets for the dance nnd
Among the patronesses are Mmes,
Contlnui4 en Third Pogt,
$38,000 Worth of Furs
at 55c. on the Dollar
Makers' Stocks at Little Over Half Price.
Just in Time for Christmas Gifts.
We mention a few of the hundreds of pieces :
$90.00 Nearseal Coats at $49.75.
45 inches lone, cutaway front. Others
at $62.50 and 174.50.
$55.00 Russian Pony Coats at $32.50.
French dyed skins, glossy and soft. Others at $34.75
$64.50, $69.50 in most stylish effects of the season.
$90.00 Caracul Coats (Leiptic Dye), $47.50.
43 inches long, cutaway model.
$245.00 Caracul Coats (Leipsic Dyei, $137.50.
45 inches long. Taupe Fox Collar.
$335.00 Baby Caracul Coats, $185.00.
Trimmed with German Fitch.
$935.00 Baby Caracul Coats, $495.00.
Trimmed with Canary Fox.
$180.00 Hudson Seal Coats, $98.50.
45 inches long, cutaway model. Others at $115.00,
Thought No. 5.
Nothing shorl of the best is
worth while for Christmas but
there is no use paying too much
for the best. The greatest
makers in the world deal
through this store exclusively
in Brooklyn. We never sacrifice
quality for a low price but
neither do wc ever use quality
as an excuse for a high price.
Special -Persian Lamb Coats, Value $250.00, at $150.00.
Neckoieces and Muffs in the Sale.
$30.00 Black Fox Muffs at $16.50.
$35.00 Black Fox Muffs at $19.75.
$30.00 Black Fox Scarfs at $16.50.
$35.00 Sitka Fox Scarfs at $19.75.
$45.00 Sitka Fox Muffs at $24.75.
$50.00 Silver Kit Fox Muffs at $27.50.
$40.00 Silver Fox Scarfs at $22.50.
$55.00 Natural Skunk Muffs at $29.75.
$55.00 Natural Skunk Scarfs at $29.75.
$33.00 Dyed Raccoon Muffs at $18.50.
$30.00 Dyed Raccoon Scarfs at $16.50.
$50.00 Red Fox Scarfs at $32.50.
$30.00 Mole Muffs at $16.50.
$23.00 Mole Scarfs at S1G.50.
$45.00 Real Ermine Scarfs at $24.75.
$90.00 Mink Scarfs at $49.75.
$105.00 Mink Muffs at $57.50.
$45.00 Pointed Fox Muffs and Scarfs it $24.75.
Mrrouil Floor, Ontrul Rulldlni.tl
Women's $8.00 Tartan Plaid Skirts, $3.95
TWO HUNDRED stylish Tartan Plaid Skirts; rive distinct prettily draped
models, wonderfully well made and prettily trimmed with self covered or velvet
buttons; the colors are rich combinations of green and blue, brown and blue, brown
and green; all size waist bands. 23 to 30, lengths 38 to 43. a0DA rioor, nmidinr.
Women's $29.75 to $35.00 Tailor Suits at $15.00
About 150 in this really remarkable lot, and all the description in the world could not convey
the correct idea of the wonderful beauty of these Suits for $15. There are smart cutaway and
straight line Suits, as well as. the more conservative models of the season. The skirts are ar
tistically draped, or smartly tailored -and the most wanted fabrics are used. All Suits are inter
lined. Sizes from the small 32 to 48 bust measure a most unusual range in a sule of this kind.
Women's gfi. Suits That Were $49.75 to $295,
In the Clearance Sale at $24-95 to $125.00
SOME OF THE STUNNING SUITS that Imve created such enthusiastic comments from style critics -stunning
styles ith fur trimming that has so captivated the best dressed women of Paris, and all the world for that miller.
Many Suits have no duplicates, and others are two or three of a kind, adding exclusiveness to other advantages.
Women's Velveteen Dresses at $15.00,
That Should Be $18.75 to $37.50.
THERE IS SO MUCH of style and distinction in each one of these garments that ii i5 raiher
unfair to give more prominence to one than to another - but to give just a tiny idea of the value
we would say that one model is made with net guimpe and satin sleeves and tunic effect skirt;
very effective and becoming. Any number of different styles. The colors are olive blue, brown,
apricot, purple, black and fancy stripes.
One other model at 11.1 on N mail tip of inatW.if. uli lo"K. Mimglit litiw ufgtop l,irl itli fiiniy t.,. nml
cuffs of i.inliroileri'ilfJitii). veiy matt ami ns , in taupe, brown. ullvi pm pie hiu iiwliog.iuv, iin I'jw 7;,, t Wl.t.tltl
Other Models at $32.50, $37.50 and up to $50.00.
Sfrunil Moor. Cfnlt.l lluiMluf
Misses' and Junior $17.50 to $60.00 Suits
At $12.75, $I5J5, $18.98, $25, $30, $35 and $40.
THIS IS IN ACCORD with the wonderful offerings in all apparel departments
just now. The unprecedented warm weather has rather discouraged manufacturers
of women's and misses' garments, and their eager desire to turn their stock into
cush permits us to quote such remarkable Utile prices as these:-
Mi'iea' II4.-S to 130 00 Coal nt Ktt.HN,
ia.7n, W14.1I.H nnd NMMIN.
Secuuil floor, Cruiral llulMInc
Cirla' Sfl.T.') to Ho 1X1 (.'ouU nt Mt:i.7.V
M4.MN, ll.7ft, Ntl.UN, WM.1I.S,
MIH.tIN mill W-i-l.ll.S.
Mij"' $17. M o 117 Ml Afternoon nnd
KviMliiif? l)reMW, lt!,T., WI4.1I.H,
NMMI.H, N'.'A.OIMkUtMINiiliU' Si.'tfl.
Cameras for Gifts.
A MOST KXcr.Ll.KNT offciiuj? to nny member of the
2A Jlrownle Camera. mIzo of nieturw 'J' jxlk Inchcw N.'MIO
I 3A or 4x5 Camera Outfit, reulmly $1.50, ut Hl.'ill
nrownio i;nmera i-iun lani.H n-.nu
(.'nli'ndnr for unmounted 1'liotoM, nil Klr.ru lc
Htirci floor. Livingston urm. Onlrnl lliillillnt.
The Oriental Bazar Offer
I iimiitelii'il .ortini'iit of Xmn tift.
KVTUIVT1IIMI HKHK is different, nml in many in
Rmnora found here exclusively-RiftH rrom nil over tho
ti.V, misHion finish wood Dinner OongH, with heavv
capped br.iHH tulxx M'j.tlM
Solid uraod Smokers' Stand at
Thliil Hour. Onlrnl HulMlnif
A Budget of
Men' I7.IW to $111 tw S otch Coat
S9f to fitto 1'rincfo.H ljiee Handker
chiefs, '2Hv nnd fllle uuli
2o to $1.49 Shadow lcw, lflr to
f8r n yurd.
7.V; to $100 N'ottiiiKlinm Ijtce Cur
tain., 4tlr to H'J.'.l'.t :i pair.
MeuV lloue Cvits w hit fiuicr backs,
$-'.. V) SttrliMK Photo Tram,, MI. nil.
None (' O D. Store orderx only
sterling Silver Table Spoons nnd
Kork-4. Nil .!!. to ftlo.'XI u set of hix.
Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, 4.41K
to M 7.7." a net of six.
I I, Ouu Flannelette Guwno, 40c each.
I Women's Dainty Nightgowns, tHe.
$4.25 Mission finish wood Dinner
I Oougx, with hearv capped brass tube.
Solid (Sold Jewelry at Amazinglr
Slippers for Men, .Kir to ft.l.HO.
Slippers for Women, Bo to ttft.n.V
Sliupem for liov mid Cir!. 74r
1'iRiired Creionne Folding Sewing
Cliiliiren'M U Mi. $'.'Oilunil$.MM)lwii
Pre-He. use, SI.4N nnd fHI.1l.
: pint t'lmtltiK Dishes regularly
' $4 sn, at N.'I.IIK.
$; Moire Hand Kiks K.t.flO.
Mo to tl Hit ud Kmbroidered
Wiu-t Fronts 4tle e-ich
Cliildien'n Handkerchiefs hito or
1 printed borderr.. n for Ifir.
Mil; and wool uuvetvne, our price
wn- $3 25, now Ml. lis.
4Si Crepe (! Chine Sear fa, Uflr.
dupe i loth Kimono. 7.1c.
K embroidered nnd initialed Pillow,
i .!, .", x 'M iiu'ln-.. 7-leii i ir
2.V lll.uk .Mt nei iyed Sateen, I4e
a vn rd
W'ii U.i ii ma Crepe, Hie a vai d
Meit'M .Mh. I intent ear, ;i,"r,
XuiiiM HibUMw for I'n my Woik,
J7e and .'tile a y.tnl
WolllfU'J il INI Silk Mo.'UillKK. 7Jtc.
Welch Satin Dnnuihlt Table c:th,
2 x 2 .mls nnd one doeii .Vn pl;in,
S4.47. M4.IMI nnd M.V.'IS II cet
Uovj' $n no to tin m Sailor und Hiih
i.iii SniiK, S l.tl.l.
Men'- ll.liio nnd $lsno Ovenoat.
Mi'fw' mid .luiiiur $17 TJi in tw(t
Sllitf- at si -.7." to M4II.OO.
$i :!) (leriii.iu SilMT Mit-Ii l,in-.
Women' $s in Tm Inn Plaid Sl.irte,
$1 ll 11.) Dei. I, ets SI. U.S.
$1 4t I'llifl'oll lliiiiilelotli, Ttlc.'i vaid
Men mid WoiiienV $2 "n a mi $.", ikj
I'mliiella-., SI. 'IS.
7'ienml Uv Meniieil SclrfH, 4!le
iiiul 7,ie e.it ii
2A l!lonie I aiiieiaK, he (if picture
2t 4'4 iiu lie. SIt.llll.
Women'- $:iiiiil ntrimmed Hnl-i.tiSc.
Fin.- French Cm led Plumes, S I. lift
nnd sr.. 11.1. Hl.ii'k nnd hiti onlv
$7.it to $lii no Ti-iinmcd Hats Nil.tlK.
Nonet' l) D or on iiiproHl
$1 2.!ili(l$!.r.i )1 Sill; 'l ull SilkH.tlMr.
$IH mi American Citn lieKiilatnrs
Shadow Uue Hou-tw. fur trimmed.
I ft MIS.
I .Mcii'h Soils to meaciire, $25 00 to
$4ii no valuer, in S'JO.IMI mid M'iU.Ml.
I Abote 42 lueast nie.lf.iiie additional
ihaiije tor extra material necexoarv
$.Hi Hlack Ch(irmtiie llroailcloth,
Ml ,711 a vaid
Sterling Silver Flatware.
Remarkable Assortment of Designs.
A DISPLAY that includes designs to suit every
taste we quote just a few by way of example.
The Hamilton a plain Colonial effect with u bright
finish. The Yale another Colonial style with bright
finish. Carnation, a beautiful floral design in gray
finish. Apollo, a gray finish, with a bright center shield.
Rose massive gray design., Leicester, plain finish with
gray edge and fancy top. Edgewood, gray finish with
oak leaf design. Frontenac a beautiful lily pattern in gray
finish. Also Engine turned stripe, engraved style, bright finish.
Some of the prices are:
Tea Spoons, $4.65 to $7.75 a set of six.
Table Spoons and Forks, $11.25 to $15.25 a set of six.
Dessert Spoons and Forks, $8.75 to $11.65 a set of six.
Dinner Knives, $10.40 to $12.90 a set of six.
Dessert Knives, $8.95 to $10.25 A set of six.
Bouillon Spoons, $6.45 to $10.75 a set of six.
Butter Spreaders, $6.05 to $10.75 a set of six.
Oyster Forks, $4.95 to $7.90 a set of six.
The following Hems to match thnabova dfwlctw' Sugar Spoona, Berry
Spoons Jelly Spoons Cream Ijtdles (Ira vt Iirilex, Oth ter Lndjcs Soup Idlea,
eteat Forks Lettuce Forks Pickle Forks, KalarlHeta.Viah Heta. Children's Seta,
etc Hubvtuy Floor, Central Bulldlnr.
Women's Silk Undervests, $1.39
PINK AND U'HITH fuhnV clllr ITnitervestc n.i.lv, Anlch.H
with a crocheted edglnc around yoke.
Women $ Silk Under-
F.inbrolderecl fnbrio nilk
I'ndervestH, in white nnd
pink, finished with a cro
cheted edging nroiind yoke,
Undervests at $1.98.
Fnbrio Hilk UndervcutH, with bund
Htn-f t floor. Fulton utrcet. Central tlulldlnt.
totw embroidered in dainty patterns;
cnlorH arc wliito und pink.
Silk Combinations at $2.39
White nnd pink fabrio Hilk, with cro
cheted cdgiuK around yoke.
Silk Combinations at $2.98
Kmbroidered in dnlnty patterns,
fabrio silk; colon urn white und pink.
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Hand Embroidered Waist Fronts,
69c to $1.25 Values, 49c Each
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ino doalKna are very dainty and pretty and you will bo iimiuod when you neo
the amount of hand embroidery, Modo on a tine, aof t, sheer material.
75c to $1.00 Lily White Corset Covers49c and 75c. Each
A dainty actnUmade Comet Cover of eyelet embroidery, with shoulder strapn
ot pretty boadJntt. A splendid Xmaa gift.
$2.50 to $4.50 Japanese Crepe Waist Patterns, $1.75 to
StrcM floor, ccntfr. Central Bulldlni.