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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1915.
ASSAILED IN PRESS
Bitter Attufki Afe Made on
Koii'iffti Office BoeatiM of
K vents in I'.iilkmis.
BRITISH PHESTIOE LOST
rEN VON MACKENSEN'S force, estimated in Rome to be in ex
JT ce8,, Of 200,000 men, are now firmly established on the Serbian
side of the frontier, according to an official statement from Berlin.
The greater part of the city of Belgrade (No. 1 on the map) is in the
hands of the Teutons, the Austrians capturing the citadel by storm
and the Germans taking the Konak (Government offices). The forces
which first entered the city crossed the Save River southeast of Bel
grade (2). Large numbers of the invading troops have obtained a
firm footing on the Serbian side of the Danube at four points east of
hemendria, particularly at Ram (8).
An uncomfirmed report from Rome says that Bulgarian troops
have blown up a bridge on the Nish-Salonica Railroad ut Demic
Kiipon (4) close to the Serbo-Greek frontier. It is this railroad over
(kink U .. L 0 i . . . .
riniiLo-DruiPn forces are Deing rushed to mil Serbia.
T. ':'. Ort. v,' Tht London pfMM in
t-,v in It rrltlclwii of the Brit Ml
i Ion) at) which permitted tho pfMMtlt
n!u ition In In RaltiMts.
'I'',-- i n in n li st iji I hn K'trt'inrt
Offlre. htu commlttMl "a. .hoHoh of
blu ml ' wtii. h VTOUM luivt- been re
tnttrkntili In a parish eouftctV' ntui pro
, ,,!- with .i iv v a w of British dlptoMMy
glum ih dayi nhortty praotdtim u
w ir In ihlii connect I cm it Rttacti the
for vstabliihlnfj an Intern
t : 1 1 rottM of Bpptall from dectlloni
of tin Kntish prlic court and uyi if it
phouM prove t rue mat men a plan is
ritred by the Corel fn Office, "in
the tiAinr of tail .iatioii.il honor Hml onr
- at . mm i Motility the resignation of Sir
reward fire) ami the reorsjanlaatlofi of
h l-'rit:r lfflce will be nVnmmlcd."
The editorial conttntsaai
". it not propose to com mil the
rj. . ons of a KrtttMi Jud'r to a
t itrel ftwscmbly of forelirn jurats tn
whit h rireai Britain can ' outvoted by
r. pn ntativi of Rcttador, Hoitvia.
Kwitserlund nnd Oermany. The record
of the Foreign office sufAclently
d it . out it nay be thai Its s-ri'M of
unparalleled blunders ih
Incompetence, It ii i
p. tence. what in it ."'
nue simply to ;
Thfl Poel protCPtu nlso .iirn'nst nor ret
diplomacy snd ihe theory that the For
eign office must pot be cftMotoatfi eay
'Trevtous to ths war the Premier and
pin ft u mis assured us that nothing
uouM be more friendly than the atti
turte (f Oermany toward flreat Hrltain.
Last year the resutl tf diplomatic se
crecy snd misrepresentations was btiedy
1 r rimes saya Britain b a unique
, . -..i, in the HalkanSi eapec tally i 1
ilicnrta, In thai she had a reputation
i r iomplete unHclflShnesa in Balkan
politic, while Ftttssls Prance and Italy
en looked on with suspicion hh tntim
too deohl teteroatad.
"i ; rai Britain alone could speati with
f. ,. nm weigh! and at an attentive
hearing" the editorial saya. "That
p? . u - advantage has somehow been
iriti red swa) In recent month, largely
u it. result of lnattsntton hahVhearted
Des ii -i wan i of s deHnlis potloy. it
, ii be regained) but only i vigor
;- i rnmeni a tion. harked by t ho
hole wi ighi of an Informed public
Tl t Dn(ls If oil na:
w, ,..f i rtttereel awaj our great
gear eastern prestige i f power and trad I
t . 1 U rally allowing them 10 he
tnuteheO OUl of our hands through 0
tlmlMn. oarelertsness and stupidity. Our
failure tIoscs b great page In h itory.
Wnai poeslbte excuse has the foreign
Office to make to our aires and our
rWgoMaSSOn rf the (Jnrsmin-Bulaftilnn
alllnnce In April.
BULGAR ENVOY LEAVES.
Chnrwr d' Halrrm anil Krrn.-h Wife
Drpart From Purl.
1'ArMS, Oct X. Thr Hul.ir!nn rhnre
d'AffalfM lfi Parli tu-niKht with hh
stuff anil hH French wife. (
(J reeve Is the Allies' slnpi re friend, the
Ireek Minister ansured the French (lov
e nment to-nlRht. He said his country
.ilopted armed neutrality t afenuard
its Interest nnd will be Kuided by
events, but plans no change In lt policy
since war bejran.
BULGARS SAID TO HA VE
CUT STRATEGIC LINE
Warns Un-eee DevrlonmrnU nt
Salunlra Are I'nfrlrndly.
Ixinpon. Oct. 9. The (let-man protest
to Omul alnst the iMdlflg "f Kntente
tr'Hips at Sslonlca was foil wed to-day
by (dmllnr aitlon on the part of Hul
unrla. The (Ireek Minister nt Bofla
Md l,.v tn'- Ilulnarlan Premier, M.
rt.xdr.sliivofT, that the developments .it
Salnntrn were n .t In accord with the
declarations of the (Irerk Government
that It had no intention of alterlnK its
ftien.lly attitude towatd Ilulfcarla.
Mesptitches from Athers muke It clear
tlitit (lerman dlilotn;tcy is exert inn every
Tort to create a feeling; of distrust 'n
OHM lOWart the Kntente Powers and
to. "induce the new Greek Government
to thrnW as many obstacles as poMlhlt
In the a nr ttie Allies, whose only
hope .if helping the Herbs Ilea over NM
Vatdar Valley railway line.
i I'rmnler Undoslavoff qUOtad as htiv
I UK made the following statement to the
"If Greece does not chatlga her attl-
! luile with rtfaronea io the violation of
her neutrality Ihe HulKarlan Calitnet
will be untible to (ruarantee the contin
uance of the favorable sentiments of the
Bulgarian people "
i The Greek Cabinet held a three hours
aaiion to-day and It Is understood that
the subject of deliberation was the Ger
man protest agalnal tlie landing of Mn
cente trooiw at Salonica. So far the
new Hellenic Government has remained
silent respecting the presence of Kiench
, and ltrltlsh troops on Greek territory
' and the course It will ultimately pursue
in this connection Is entirely a mHtter of
RUSSIA STILL FACES
GERMAN TRADE YOKE
I nlcsK Allien Aid. It In ftftM,
Teuton Will Win Hark
t'. S. ASSISTANCE NEEDED
B PHI I.I, IP I.VDHi.
Pahih. Sept. 22. The pgvchnlomr of
a nation Is too rtesp a subjecr for any
MM making a short visit to .1 country I
to express his opinion about. Kven a '
trained observer who can control hi I
mind sufficiently not to criticise, things I
from his accustomed point of view ofbn
meets with problems that need time
10 study before he can prcperly tinder- j
stand them. However, there are Al
ways ch.irncterlstlcs and national prob
lems which are so Inten.-e that 'nty
surge up above all others, and of these
It Is only fitting to speak
one of the great problems confront. I
ACTIVITY AT STRAITS:
ARMENIA APPEAL ASSAILED.
Oerssaa Pupef iinr i , g hi-
wtTRRfAltf via Ijondmi, tct. 9. The
Celusn i'ottatu ttuno haractei lies the
Amiii' iii i -jir!tnt:it ion to Turk on
the subject of the maaacree in Armenia
Hf "pfesnrtmHlon "
Thf Untteil gtatea. the newspaper
d is, "again gives '.t if airs ax guard
tut) ol humanity In a matter that do
not concern her directly. The United
Plates - u1d raiher scrutinise her cotos
sii supplisa, of arms to the Quadruple
Entonif and the oompatlMltty with tiu
gtanlty of tin se shipments.
APPEALS TO GERMANS. !
gnlfitur KnUn Thoao In t . I, la
IVttlrel t'r S rmvti Inn.
- . . h. ttt t ; Tiik grs,
I on, ' ' v Kirnt Igord of
C'vateaaed ft m rinl Poor,
been, for the tune being .it least, checked
by the Berba
The crossing tr the Danube at - point
below Remendrla i of Aral importance
fmtn a military Btaildpolni and has
eauasd th comments ton here t. regard
tin- Situation With alarm. Tho Official
Qerntan statement says that lir-n. Qatl
wita, who i in charge of the forces in
thi locality, in driving the Herbs south
ward, which would Indicate that the
first defences have been swept away by
a strong enemy whote tactics will n
succession of fast hard blows
A despatch from Nteh say heavy
fnr' ,f gerfa troops have been massed
south of Nlsh to protect the galpnlca
KlSh railway from attack by t' Bul
a report from Bucharasi by way of'
Rome plaose the strength of the- Auatro
i iarman forees concentrated on th
BULGAR PACT IS APRIL.
KnUrr iiml l-Vntl nnml I ti tf Hprlnti
ur fit on t-elliin I n alin.
BjttHtl rAI pespsfeil tn Tns h
RoUUi Oct, B The srv oorreapond
m has learned through dtplomatlc
sources that an atlls aoa be! ween i ler
many and Hulgaris was negotiated per
eonall)1 by the Kaiser and -vir Kerdi
nam) last A pi II, Ths Austro-Oerman .
Invaalon of Verbis was planned at that
time, hut was poatponod owing to the
unexpected entrance d Italy into the
According to the same eotiros of In
.formation the Austma lerman Bulgarian
allies bavs 111 aaoured of the neu
trality of Qreece snd Rumania since the
lllr Herk to Heaeh l'niitantln(i
lle llefoee (rrmani.
LofmoM, Oct. I - -A nw offensive
movement at the Dardanelles bag been
besun by the BrUlah nnd tfrendh forces
tip i- . spcordUtH to a deepatoh from
Athens, whore it is believed that the
Allies are ahout to make a hew and
determined effort to force their way to
'onsta'diiioplo before the dfrmann can
CUt through Serbia to the nld of the
Very heavy cannonading by PlWJiOh
and liiitish fleets has been Ui progress,
the despatch says, and infantry fighting
tH ths QaUfpoll Keninauta is incrsastng
inkek Ujaeen SSSeolSeB Anierlean.
ATHgMga Oct. !.- -Queen Sophie
granted an audlenoe yesterday to Will
lain n. Hamilton of New York, repre
senting the American Commit tee of
Mercy and Relief, regard! njf the relief
of the lot 000 Qreeh refugees from' Asia
Minor. Th Queen is directing the arork
of carina fOf the refugees. The inter
view l.ited Tor two hours.
ait Arthur J.
I rVH in. aide
met-ting T tht
th 1st of
nr nothing l
real men t of lh
. the TitrkUl
to aupi hi 'i
t lie .
Half our. regretting
to attend tl' lnau
nil the horrors of
nore horrible than
Armenians at th
progress ami r-
h airjui tin worst deeds rf their
-ft - they entirely depend
supp ii I of tlit Hermans the
irelj could if tffcey woul end
. ..r fill condition of affairs
I hoiie thai ilcrman Amsiioans, who
i i i to save the remains of
n in Rfrod name, will use their In
tn .... 1 the continuance of pur
I i s f.f t htj Turkish
U, S. OPTIMISM WARNED. ,
$ in llnnks Peadtel Hesivy Bene-'
llun I rum PeSCWl Prosperity.
I'ai . Oct. 0. The Swish Hankverein .
he -u-d at i lorn a pamphlet contain- !
l iment on American financial con- I
hi the Bourse of the comment
the Itaiikveretn says :
"Thi ITnlted States has recovered
rapid from the financial and economic
rri caused by the outbreak of the
wai iibvtoualy the country is approach
Mni a period of great prosperity, owing;,
to hei i i h harvests and uncommonly
large t)tHrts -a degree rf prosperity j
s has not, perhaps, been equalled ;
In the economic aunalH of Amerlcrt. I
However, this situation caused by!
Mi i ordinary and transitory factors.;
A thout some dangers. Optimism
Ineas ami the spirit of enterprise
na IllH o such an extent that ,
aft i ... ndurn to the normal standard j
h av rcuctlon seems inevitable, all I
M i ore hrrajiss wagTos have reached .
' Kusgerated height j
However, the United States can re-
r i I ho future with confidence, ac i
hfcllbei kratemal nor Internal policies I
' 1 i nit let y or apprehension. It was ,
fortunate for Buropo that the!
' and financial resources of the
Slates have go well resisted all
Shut! i ring events.
POPE'S EFFORTS MISJUDGED.
VatliMH .iricrin uniii l.t'iilcs I'oil
tin I it I . 11.....
ii"MH (lot, '' to onfvg'or Wo.
" i'ii - iirini, nfinthar danlal of raporti
' rlanMllfll In uboal l" Initial
Minaiii io bring gboul pagog.
1 ii i ii, onorUlng Io Hi tfalln
' i.t.i llovarnmcnti hava wM
Uennllet', propoggl that all
liltilBc thatnarlvag nut to pom pal
p tf w ;m- to woik on Ihindgyg.
lulunrs in KmV9i Wnri.i'.l.
no, i, i ii.. iiuiggrlftiM in Rvypl
larmd in an ofllilnl proolamatlnn
tu raglitar with lha Brltlnh
1 1 i-H bafni'A Oetobgf 10 undar
' ot imoiiaonfiignti
luMrlnna ! ,901 llntnln.
Oct ' 9y ordgr of Baiad
hmd 1 f tha Albanian Qovrrn"
ihlrty Auxtiian twofal gggnti hgvt
'n Kxecuiad foi attampllng Io orggnlgg
ravolt, aooordlng to gdvtogg fagtlvgd
' ' tn .lay fr.un DufgglOi
THE KITCHJgNS IN THE
in the Equitable Building
are equipped exclusively with
WITH the re-opening of this famous Restaurant
this week, the patrons of Messrs. Merry and
Boomer, its proprietors, will have the satisfac
tion of knowing that their meals are cooked under abso
lutely hygienic conditions. As in the case of the Hotel
McAlpin and the Hotel Claridge, Merry and Boomer
have placed in the Cafe Savarin the newest types of
GAS RANGES, GAS BROILERS and all the other
GAS APPLIANCES that have a place in a modern
GAS is a clean fuel. You always have the heat under absolute
control. No Dust No Ashes No Kindlings. Communicate with
one of the following Gas Offices and have our representative call.
Let us modernize your Kitchen. Inquire about our rental system.
157 Heater Street
Tel. Canal 8400
No. 130 E. 15th Street
Tel. Stuyvtant 4900
No. 36 Union Square
Tel. Stuyveiani 1302
No. '.12 W. 42d Strt.t
Til. Bryant 2349
No. 30 East 42d Street
Tel. Murray Hill 4830
No. 2084 Third Avenue
Tel. Harlem S38S
No. 281 Lenox Avenue
Tel. Morningiide 120
No. 32 Wegt 125th Street
Tel. Harlem 3S33
No. 1909 Amsterdam Ave.
Tel. Audubon 4800
Courtlandt Av.A 148thSt.
Tel. Melroee 8000
No. 1815 Webgter Avenue
Tel. Tremont 281$
"The Right Way it the Gas Way"
Consolidated Gas Company of New York
CEO. B. CORTEL YOU, President
Ing Ruaala, and thr memt Important
on no far aa thr United Scales la
(oncernad. In the elimination of Iht
nnte-hi'tlum Herman financial and com
mercial crmtiol of It 11 aria n bustneiis.
The Unman control of .ha Hufis'iun
market ami finance wna anlned, first,
thrmiKh careful Kturiy of the rtenan la
of the KiiKiiInn people ami the ItlmH
of gftlgtgg nagdgfl. and ncconil. an l.tfg.
gla In an nRiicultural country, where
credit li.ive to he Rlvon, ",erm:iti mir
chneerl lart,,- block of eto k in neaily
all the leading Hunnlan l- tik. therchy
necurlng llw dewlreil dlncoiinta. In other
worda, they llnanced thcmselvr through
I lie ltiiKKlan depoeltom.
Ainrrlrn'a tld Mrrrfr.1,
Till financial domlnancy wi nt ao ,'.ir
a often to mlndlrect pirponely the
la. Inff of fnrtoric cnpablr of turn:in
ut muntflon of war. Many of the
areatet factorle In Hu'a hiv been
placed In the north, far mvny I on the
Iron and conl fl.dd of the Vo,ii.lVii
countrv. t'nlea the Allien nnd Antgft
lea cooperate to free Rttgr'g from ih
Herman financial and commercial con
trol the Hermans will eventually C again
Riese most lucrative market of the
If 1h a-really to he ilepbired th. .t Amer
ica nllow the mutter of adjustment of
Ibe Jewish problem In Ki.la to affgftl
lt relation with a crountry no friendly
dtapngrd a Hula I. The rtttMlanP
nay they d" not aeek to Interfere with
the negro litigation In the southern gtate
nor the I'hlnene-Japanese gMttlotl In the
I Western States Why in It, they nek.
I that the United Stale seeks to Inter-
J fere with a metal q tuition ,iut a iif-
lieuil illHI I OllipieX III nilHIl .
If thl tate of affair Ii nllownt to
go on Itunsln will he forced Into maklnK
alliance uhloh when the I'nlled S'ale
may sreatly want a friend In the Orient
be v III rind In ber cost that she has
: lot thrOUgtl her own foolibne nnd
! lack of foreign policy. For II must not
ibe forgotten that the tattling gtatCgflWII
1 In Btlfopg balleVQ thai In Ihe near fu
ture the United Staler- Will be collipelleil
j 10 defend her PiClflC poaagaalonl gRglnil 1
the attack of a UOWl'I'fUl fi.
I'nelAo Peril lllnrnnMeil,
LgGklng trained diplomat and con
ular represeniallve and the appoint-
mem of men In these pnalttottn who often
have no Itnowledge of nffalr otilildti the
I I'nileil rltntes Ihe eotintr) I" placed at
I a irreat dlsadvan art, and It I only
j through luck and lack of important !
nue up to 111! that Hie 1'nlted State I
' ha been able to fg on an well a she !
No one can predict to-day with any j
ileane of certitude what the future of
j any couii'ry may be, but In fltlittla there
In one thttiK that I certain, that the:
ti'r.ar when be assumed the supreme (
command of his arm Ian itrangthene!!
his hold over bis people, He is UndrrUbt"
I edly a man of personal couraKe. w-bieh
was recently proved i his walking
jfrom one end of I'etr -irnid to another
I behind the coftin of the fiiand Ihikei
Constant Ina WllhOtll . 1.. ltd u ft 1 "
poral'i Ruard gboul him
When matters BFi left 10 ih" i.'a.ir
and the Inima lo Ihn 1 v Itll I
Xratid ducal and bureau. : 1 1 Ii' I'll 1
nice Is gllmlnated there cm be lull I t
tie fear of any repetition of the uutof
tunate oceiirrem e during the fit)niici 1
war, for the war la ft lioly Wat 1 m 'ft I
Interests of the f'inr, lit" Humn allH th
nioujlk are one, because illey afa s it
cere In their desire to i ipe! 'belt- b. 1
barl- foe and rid the cuiiiiiiy Cor fill
lime of the tlermitn rsul.er
SAILS TO BE SOLDIER S BRIDE.
( m nnil In n QIH liili-r Will lliTitm'
iir' nt Mnlltli
Mihh M.i ml.' H I ..Min. 1 f!4 tj CtXM
dlftll Kiri ffWi t?Mtfftonl(tt iw It til
on th Duccn 1 : briilll for N;ipU'-
.ttflenlay. Sin i- nr.; (n M.ilT.i. w In r.
h!h wilt u mflMlrd id .funti If Mi'isc
rior of the II .ii i lariison Avtlllery(
KalPr Iht will lfMOmt It "IM'n- ;t thU
KnrlHh hofiltnl t hrrr, Bh h-i tir.i
brothtri tn ih ;i iiiuit.i !i ' ni t infant in
KuilH'P. am! h1 f:f.liT, the tU. XV.
1, .von, is chnplnin nf tin HtiltHnuKj
Mrs. MoHlmri l-'. t v.itv nf Iht
nvi;t'ir. Wiis iiitiimr iMliMNihifor, Hht tfl
on htr way ti Jin vr htwhrtntl( Who M
In Italy Lnnt ilitntf Ih. Spn i'y HltibUlMft
on ttfOplttlf W hoUffhl In r for lilt Ital
ian army. Tiit- MitrQUlH lHo S. itu il
;iKano wiilfit tn Join I he Itallnn aim
DAILY DELIVERY AND CALL SERVICE BY MOTORS TO ALL SUBURBAN POINTS.
Mail nnd Telephone Order Promptly Filled. 'Phone (iredey 6900.
jfranhlm Simon & (Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
. Women's Winter Apparel
franklin Simon t Go. will offer Monday
Women's Fur-Trimmed Broadcloth Suit
Copy of "Cheruit" model, in navy, brown, black or prune
Chiffon Broadcloth, muff collar and wide band around
bottom of coat of Alaska Opossum; new model skirt.
franhlin Simon & Co. will offer Monday
Women's Seal Velour Plush Coats
Seal Velour Plush, with collar, cu
model, seven-eighth length, semi-flare Coat of
bottom of Skunk Opossum fur.
and double band at
franhlin Simon & Co. will offer Monday
Wojnenjs Real Skunk Trimmed Suits
"Paquin" model of Wool Velour, in fleldniouse, brown,
green, plum, navy or black; collar, cuffs, border down front
and around coat, and band on skirl of Natural Skunk.
franRlin Simon & Co. nm offer Monday
Womens Chiffon Velvet Evening Wraps
"Cheruit" full length model, in white, turquoise blue,
French rose, Nile green or black, with large muffler collar
forming yoke and cuffs of French Seal fur.
Women's and Misses .Waists
Paris Hand Made Waists
Copies of Paris Waists
Novelty Georgette Crepe Vai6ts
Plaids and stripes, in white and color.
Braid Trimmed Georgette Waists
In white, flesh or black, with braid to match.
SUk Net Lace Waists
Or cream lice over pleited chiffon.
Beaver Fur Trimmed Georgette Waists
In colors to match tailored suits. Special 12.75
French Batiste or LUien Waists
Entirely hand made, hand embroidered
French Georgette Crepe Waists
Hand made, hand drawn and embroidered
French Georgette Crepe Waists
New "Van Dyke" collar and cuffs.
French Crepe de Chine Waists
Fur trimmed, entirely hand made.
Women's Hudson Seal Fur Coats
At Special Prices
Hudson Seal Fur Coats
Hudson Seal Fur Coats
Collar of Hitdson eal or
Real Skunk Fur
Hudson Seal Fur Coats
Collar onil Border of Skun1
or Krimmer Fur.
Hudson Seal Fur Coats
Collor and Border of Bearer
or Skunk Fur.
'oliat and Bordi r of
Heal Hudson Bay liable.
Misses' and Girls' Apparel
3fCdttkUn SUllOn & CO. are now showing a large assortment of
exclusive models of Misses' Chiffon Velvet, Velveteen and Corduroy Suits,
trimmed with various high grade Furs, showing the new length Coats
and latest model Skirts. 14 to 20 years. 34. 5() i 145.00
3fC&ttkUn 3iltt0n & CO. are now showing new models in
Misses' Evening Gowns, original creations from their own workrooms,
also copies of late Paris models, in the new silk fabrics, Soiree Silk, Satin Sublime.
Georgette Crepe, Silk Net or Chiffon Velvet. 14 to 20 years. 20.50 to 08.50
Special Values Monday
Misses' Wool Velour Coats Hvaian Model.
Of Mt'ool Velour, in brown, green, navy or black ; con
vertible chin collar, deep cuffs, hall belt in front, fastened
with self-loops and covered buttons; silk lined, warmly t ( 'I e
interlined. 14 to 20 years. Special IV.d
Misses' Evening Wraps Iceland For Fur Trim'd,
Of Mother of Pearl Velvet, in rose, maize, French or
Peacock blue or white ; large collar and cuffs of Iceland Ef
Fox Fur; flowered silk lining 14 lo 20 years. Special tjV.uU
Misses' Velveteen Fur Trim'd Dresses
Coatee of Velveteen, with Fur trimming, combined with
ribbon stripe silk skirt, in navy, green, brown or black; .
velvet fold on skirt. 14 to 20 years. Special IV.5
Misses' Fur Trimmed Dresses
Of Chartneuse Silk, in navy, brown, green or black,
(.eorgette Crepe bodice, trimmed with Fur; Charmeuse v mf
Silk Skirt velvet girdle. 14 to 20 years. Special V5U
Girls' Zlbellne Coats , Trimmed,
Dressy, lull btltcd model, of 2ibelint), in ureen, hrottn
or navy blue; collar of Vglvgl trimmed wiih skunk
opossum fur; new effect cults, hod und sleeve lined
a to its veais Special
Girls' Broadcloth Coats pw trimmed.
In HgldmouiO, green, brown or navv R iissiiin nil. ii I
ii nullum Raccoon mi ; silk lining,
warmly interlined. B 10 10 yeurs
Girls' Three-Piece Dresses
Of blue or green plaid worsted; Coaiec braid bound,
sun .'"lulu DUiiunnoiH. coru lasinu. ni.. ....
while pique waist. 12 to 15 years.
Girls' Combination DraaiM
Of Serge and Taffeta Silk, in navy, blue or browtr silk
blouse, embroidereJ batiste collar and cuffs; plealevl
erge skirt, silk girdle. 12 to 15 year,. Special