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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1916.
WOMEN MARCHERS SHARE HONORS WITH MILITIA
FIRST IN HEARTS OF
Hnitr Mini Twenty Minutes lle
(iiiml for Olive Drub Line
to Pus ltevlewers.
OKV. WOOh FIRST TO
A sif.it hrut and a liurrnli went out
f cni tlio Mayor's reviewing staml at
t tJ o'clock last tiliiht. In the half I
darkness of Klftli avenue, where a j
ihimlilo nf wooden structure marki tho j
maletis of a now subway a cavalcade f
fprjcmen appeared. Tliey were the
ti'.nnl'crs of the tli Islon headquarters of
the New Yorl: National Uuard, led by
ilj"r-(!en. .1. K. 01tnn. I
.Mid from that moment on a child
ccjM have told who was llrst In the
bdrH of tlio Kreat througn that lined
fifth aenue as densely ilurltiR the nlghl
fciurs of the p.iradc as iltirlnc the day j
It thu National (tuard.iman The ,
Iran ti uniiorm tne omcer wmi it
narkliiiK sabru In his hand, thn prlvatu
ullli the rltlc .icro.".i his shoulder
l't the avenue they tramped with tho
jr if on of clockwork. "Attention:
I'.ytt rlsht!" and as one man their heads
turnril In salute to Mayor Mltchel and
to M.iJor-t!en. Leonard Wood, who was
t..e llrjt of all and tho heartiest In his
commendation of the New York boys In
Ten thousand of them marched For
one hour and twenty minutes In un
broken line they filed by the revlewlnn
Hand. Not a man out of step, not a
r fie out of nnirlv Just men after men
talking with a precision that was In
human, llut not Inhuman to the un
drtandlns of the onlookers. For with
ill their military exactness, their ma
calstltke movement, they unmistakably
brouKh that somcthlnB Into tho throats
of the spectators which starts with a
f-jlp ami ends with a shout.
Copyright American l're-n Amocialion.
COLONEL REPRESENTED BY
THE WOMEN OF HIS FAMILY
Only 5,000 Feminine Paraders Appear Instead of the
20,000 Expected Nurses in Uniforms With White
Headdresses Are Impressive Spectacle.
LEAGUE TO AID TRAINING.
llnmlMnn 1'Uh, Jr., an Others to
AmlM In Camp Kiprn.
Hamilton fish. Jr., Mftlited by ier
eral of his friends, has ornnlea the
Junior Patriot luni, for young men
who would like to go to Flattaburg or
some other military camp this (summer,
but find themselves unable to do so be.
causa of tho expense Involved.
Tlio league will assist these young
men to go, and a number nf entertain
ment will be given at New-port. Bar
Harbor and other summer resorts before
the camp opens, at which money wlllib
raised for this purpose. '
Tho officers of the league, are tfanv
llton fish, Jr., president: Ansel Fhqlp
vlce-prenldent ; Mrs. Oliver B. Harrt
man and Mrs. Theodore Itoosev1t, 'vie
presidents ( Miss Georglana Ilarrlmu
Olln, secretary : nobcrt Ingersoll Brow
For the first time In his life, probably,
Theodore Uoosevelt retired from the
firing line yesterday nnd let the women
of his family represent him. While he
remained At Oyster Hay, away from the
preparedness parade, his wife, his daugh
ter, .Mrs. Iltchard Derby ; his daughter
In-law, Mrs. Theodore Iteosevell, Jr.,
and Mrs. (ieorgo Uoosevelt and Mrs.
J. Uoyd Derby led the Independent Ta
tal, all the hospitals In the city. In
fact, marched Just In front of thn Inde
pendent patriotic! women' division, and
the last of them got ndxed up with
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., io that
Instead of .marshalling her owr division
the walked up the avenue surrounded
by a flock of the nurses. Hut by the
time young Mrs. Theodore got started
she. was su worried anu nervous that she,
was glad to be off, no matter how.
Of course everything went wrong, as
It lilU'fil'M rln at tl.A ijirlntiln rt
trlotlc Women's Division of the women's pflrajPl Bnit ti,fl Seruer young mar
section up Fifth avenue. , shal said, It was much worse handling-
It was the elder Mrs. Hoosevelfs first i w"!'n.. .
e n Know now to set on properly
THE ROOSEVELT FAMILY MARCHED.
Illlts Off til flan.
If the civilian marchers had been sis
nlflrant of a spirit in New York whl-h
d'mands preparedness, the Natlonil
Guardsmen were the plcturo of prepared
r.f."s. concrete preparedness, itself. They
t-rc the men of the minute, the favorites
cf thu throng. For some reason whlrn
mut b left to the mob paychologW:,
the sight of the Stats and Stripes at tho
htad of the National lluard regiments
brought more hats off than did any of
Itauj flam, tl.lft ll rl rjml f.l ' M
.k. i i.. i..in..- imrado was
The hlght of a gray and sombre am-1
kulanee wagon canned more applause I los In the blare of the band., the
than had the marching of 10.00U plain , ' " V,"' "C'.',', .'i'" ,n'
business men. and the mere presence of around Madison Miliar.- and the general
balloon basket rldliiR on top of an evhu-nres of patriotism apparent tter
irmv wagon was the signal for an on- la' -n never before in .New oik.
tire block of tightly wedged pedestrians The W omens Peace Party has rented
to let out as much noise as a college' the ground floor of the olllce buiLlltig at
i .us 1'Ieui avenue, iiwiKonauy ncrT
Left to rifht Mrs. Kichard Derby (Ktlu-I Roost-volt). Mr.. Theo
dore Uoosevelt (who rmrmlcd while the Colonel held a review of his
own nt Oy.ster Bay) and Mrs. GeotKC Uoosevelt.
parade, as It was the first that Mrs. J.
llonlen Harrlman, captain of the first
subdivision, ever marched In, but Mrs.
Uoosevelt marched like n soldier and
looked as If she were enjoying It with
all tho "olonel's capacity for having
n good time. Clad In a plain blue silk
dress, nnd wearing a blue straw hat
trimmed with a few pink roses and green
leaves, she swung along, her shoulders
well back nnd her teetli showing In a
smile of pure enjoyment, broadening
now nnd then Into a laugh at the way
Daughter Kthel made her step along.
Mrs. Derby, the former Kthel Uoose
velt, walked Just In front of the line
of twelve of which her mother was the
second from the right. Mrs. Oeorge
l!(seve!t was at the end, nnd Mrs.
Ilohert Hacon nt Mrs. Rooevclt's right.
It was a real little family party, ami
when Mrs. Derbv wasn't looking sternly
over her shoulder and saying "Ieft.
right, left, right" she frequently ex
changed bits of gossip with her mother
nlwnt the way Dick nnd Ted were doing
somewhere In the men's part of tho
Hvrry tep KnJord.
When It was all over and the women's
dh islon disbanded at Fifty-seventh street
Mrs Itooevclt shook her head smilingly
at those who tried to ask her what her
1 Impressions were, and hurried away,
guarded on one side by Mrs. Derby and
on the other by Mrs. ileorge Koosevelt.
t And a taxi Hut Mrs. Derby said
her -Mother had authorized her to say for
her that she was ry happy
when we've had n few more suffrage
parades," she said, "but at present oh,
dear, there goes the automobile with our
flags. Stop It, somebody, please!"
Sure enough, the machine loaded with
the banners was off down West Twenty
second street. Mrs. Itooscvolt, followed
by other Patriot Women, gave chase and
eenttially the banners were recoered.
Then at last the division set off. Miss
Alice Carjienter, who arrived early on
the scene and put the women through
rome strenuous military evolutions,
valkul In front. Then came Mrs. J.
Honlcn Harrlman, dressed In her widow's
black, and after her Mrs. Derby and the
whole division In long lines twelve
nbreast. It wasn't till they were several
blocks up the ;ivenue that they dlscov
tred they had lot their marshal and
that young Mrs. Theodore was far ahead
with a group of nurses. Hut It was
agreed that this was quite appropriate,
since she Is much Interested In social
Few of the onlookers along the route
recognized the Colonel's wife. Now and
then "ome woman on the curbstone said
"Oh, there Mm. ltooscvelt
nl There Too.
Hut It wasn't till they reached the
vtaworr that there was any cheering.
The men and women massed at the
windows of the hotel, however, brok
Into handclappln: ami applause as this
part or the parade came under the win
ilow. The lioo'evelts got a good round
j nl'o from th men In the stand erected
WOMEN'S PEACE PARTY USES
She's h.vppv to be able to show her outside thu I.nlon League. Men lifted
belief In her principles." said M13. perby I their llk hate, and op. enthusiastic In
"She thinks the parade was grand, won- . dividual shouted "What's the mattee
derful" with the wife of our next Presldnnt
'ItullV" Injected a bystander
"Ve, everything that's line," Isughed
D A ft CDC A i 1 l ILJ A irIDir T f the daughter "And she mv she en
Ant.-preparcdnet-, pacifl'in and tip'
! Women' Peace Party made a strong bid
for recognition while the preparedness
going on yestcMay
' now es'ltn t
Theodore Uoosevelt 1
Joyed every step of the way"
T!-e Independent Patriotic Women's
aii'lulin I'ma l.iul hninnff Ihn unmeti
also ctme In for part of the attack. 111 paraders, Jut before the National
a card with Ins portrait cartooned was , (,unri, T))pJ. rPnrlriI tlp ,,nl r th
t.irch half an hour before schedule tlsr.e.
though the head of the women's section.
. r I ,h .a..i..i..i.,. .... i i.. r..,.i.n
I have never seen anytning line it. " " - .
aid IK'n. Wood. The same comment their campaign to dl-sua-Io tne people
as to be heard from Admiral Usher ! from their preparedness enthusiasm.
nd Col. Glenn, who stood In the official Their stand wa decoiated acrrt- the
If viewing box with the Mayor and u front with a large s:n that read, "War
to-cn others. I Against War." Ar.'Und it on all !d.-s
With Gen. O'ltyan at the head of the were smaller sisu-s aua.K iig tne pre.
parodncss stand aiul ali:ng on the
marcher" o g.ve up their ..Ic.m fr In
creasing t'ie armament nf the country.
Among t ic many placaids displayed
there wete .
coiumn rode tlw munbers of hts staff
Col. W. H. Chapln. Col. W. W. I.aiKl,
I'ol. II. S. Sternberger, l.leUt.-Col. Kd
ard Olmstead, i.leut.-Col. Y. J. Mo
Cann, l.leut.-Col. Cornelius Vanderbllt.
Licut.-Col. W. S. Terrlberry, Lleut.-Col.
W I. Taylor, Major Allan L, Itragatt
r.d Capt. Alfred Wendt.
After the olllcers of the division head
Quarters rode the members of the Firet
Crlgade headquarters. They were fol
'.ccd by the Seventy-first Infantry, the
fMerith Infantry, tho Sixty-ninth In
fcrtry and tha Twelfth Infantry.
Tho Second llrlgade hemlqunrters came
tt. and after them the Fourteenth.
tr Forty-seventh, tho Twenty-third nnd
the. Tenth Infantry regiments. Followed
t'ie Kighth Coast Defence Command,
the Thirteenth Coast Defence Command,
th Ninth ('oast Command and the
Ttt'.ty-sivond Corps of Lnsrlneers.
Rami t People Dancing.
Tho plomcr battalion nnd the pontoon
taualion came next, and after them
came the flrtt armored motored battery,
wicked looking structure of gray
eel on four wheels, which delighted the
pe'tatortt to strenuous bursts of hp
tlause. The First Field Artillery fol-l-m.!
Q,t iii.n e.iniA Ttatterv K. the
t, . Una,trnn A f'jVlllrV. a I
ir.achine gun troop, the urst uananon i t ;- -jj! ,an?K,2;-f. iSV.J) A
Signal Corps. Companies A and B ami , Ifcjf.VS' JrOTVt'"-Tv5 .'"T
but the legend. "He believes In prepared
ness and a review of the Alaska boun
dary ami other tas's on It.
The Women's Peace Party planned to
hold a im-tlng urging paclllx-n during
tlu 'trade hours, but this plan was
abandoned anil Itabbi Stephen Wise.
Frtdcric ' Howe, Dr. John llaynes
Holmes and many others who were to
make iidilresses did not speak, None of
the committee of women In charge of
the exhibit would assign any reason for
alundoning t.".e meeting, saying they
"thought it was beM" and that the meet
ing would be held some time to-da.
The only time that decisive police
action was ii'eded wa.s when a man
wear ng a I ige yellow banner :i''n".s
whti'i in rid Utters w.is printed "The
Clmr.'h of the Soi-ml Revolution tried
to break fii-'Ugh to- p'dP'e !'!" a'
She's all right
In this division Iso were group nf
well known surfmge worker", thuigh of
course they couldn't display the suf
frage colors. Mrs Ogilen Mills Re.d
went as far as she dared, wnirlng a tie
of votes for women vellow and a hat
with a gleaming yetlow crown. AIo.
he came to the psrad early and Indus
triously distributed some suffrage dodt.
the municipal na ployees, didn't set out I er. on the side lines,
from Hast Nitu t enth street till r.earlv Mrs John Hlalr, Mr, Philip l.i-d.g
T o'clock more U.m half an hour after aid ot:.er members of the New York
To the Mar. hr.
Thr are only 100, ouo of nu,
You are not tne uiy patriots
' oO.oOO frmrs. 600. oOO jnlne werk
er nnd rrgaiilz 1 lut.ur ttirnuchoiit
America nr us.ttnst vvhat ou and
Wall Street are m irt-hlnK Ir.
Scattered through the crow.'n around
the reviewing staml early In the after
noon were fifty young women dressed In
white, who distributed handbills printed
in red nnd blue Ink bearing among their
many legends. "Who Starts the Cannon
llnlU Itnlllii.-r' "What r- We Afraid
I Of?" "The Voice With the Sin le W I '
I "Keep C-sil," "One m Ibon round' "f
rifl'i ammun.tlnn Inunded for bindii
were conH'oated at the Mexe-an border
by American troops May in. Who sun
piled this ammunition The liklmos?"
Another of th exhibits was a dinosaur
on which was printed "Ten per cent,
brains, 90 per cent, armor plate. The
dlnowiur believed In preparedness. -
thev should have had the signal. The
reason for this Is that Instead of "0,010
women In line, as expected, there were
but J.OOO. The lateness of the hour. It
was said, accounted for this. Many
women came readv to march, and seeing
the long lines of mn far down the
avenue, with apparently no end In sight,
grew discouraged-ami went away.
The I.OOO shopgirls Miss Mary Don
nellv had expected to lead In th de-
tiaitmet.t stores niviHinii snrunK to a
few hundred Th
! were very few, and the American
Women ' I.e.igiie for Sf If-Defetice,
thoug.i the members, marshalled bv Mrs,
ind .VPs "General-
showing In their ml.ltary looking white
drese, was not Impressive us to num
bers. There were more nurses than any
cthei-s, nnd they were oharmln , nil In
snowy uniform with flowing white lead
dresses thai made the spotator
them the "White Sister."
Vlnil? llospllnls llepreseiileri,
Tlio "White Sister"." graduate nures
from Hcllcvue. the P.-esbjterlan Ilop.
Twenty-tl.r.il street with two oung uu ,,1)W,n ir-u-t an
j women, similarly iie.-irat.d, to demand j iUIIKrfr, Mllbimk.
inai in" paraue Miip
' Detective!. Fitzpatrick and Nelson
j stopped the party, but they became so
i abuslv" nnd loud In their dem mils to
stop the parade and "bring the people
' to their seme.." that the detectives were
obligiil to plan- the man under arte-t.
1 When taken t J the H.it Twetity-sei-ond
stuet sf.(.r,ii ih. it. in a d he
ll.nry Main k of Clio West U.'d slieit.
an a.s.. stunt of llam a White, pastor of
the Church of the Social Revolution
When Habeock was arraigned In
night court on a charge of rilorderly
conduct llouek- While tried to testify
for htm. but was ordered fr mi the
stand when he sai.l b" was not pi e
at the I me of ll'e prisoners arre
polli i inan testitled that M.iIhci k was
pushing through the crow Is a d n fu- d
to stop Magistrate Nolan then lined
him $10. whereupon Hab,'ock raid
"I refue 10 pay the tine. I am a
student of the m nltry and 1 was there
to-day to protect against militarism I
think th" " I'.mtry Is m grave danger
State Woman Suffrage party were In thl
group. Mrw. Arthur Dodge, president of
the National Association opposed to
Woman Suffrage, sat In the stand erected
by th preparedness section of the
women's department of the Nntlonal
With wonderful patience a lari num
ber of the spectators, some of whom IihiI
stood on the pavements for hour"
watching the men. waited to ee the
women Anil ultti tiilm.l.,1 fAi,.. r
iv'omen Teachers , ur,,rp d. appointment nnd scorn thev
saw the advertised lu.OOO snrlnk to Ies
than ."..rtOii. Five thousand I s generous
estimate for the number of women who
came up to the scratch. According to
Inspector Schmlttberger there were but
3.0U0. The keorest disappointment was
felt, If not expressed, In the reviewing
stand at Twenty-sixth street, from
which Mayor Mltchel and other officials
watched the parade.
Col. Charles G, Sherrlll would venture
no reason a to why less than one.
fourth nf the women who had sent n
their names appeared to nurch. but it
was evident that he was dvp'v d.s-appolnted,
Hnds With Hang.
last contingent of tne
the First Field Hospital, with the Third
Ambulance company bringing up the
nn... .. Mftinri-vKlM n n ,1 machine I ii .
rim;, ambulanceB and stretcher bearers. Jftj
But It was the bands that set the people i t's3
to dancing. Thero wa "The star
tpanslvd Banner" and hats off; "Dixie"
, . . ...... . . . , 'i i .. ,-. t -r,. .... i
su nuts on; .viy i.ounvrj. s-i
ui hats off. nml half a dozen more. a
If t civilian marchers meant pre- f.
fn. That was evident nt half a glance .nj
hem tho first stamp of Gen. O'Ryans WjjB
ctatger to the creak of tho brakes on tho rM
list ambulance wagon. 1-4' a
I J i
. ' K"
fiL , . A...,(iHnun m iiim tiiiriiiif
I.-, o.rmeu ny tne veicrwno ui um .-....i-l-I.-A'i-.erlcari
war. alxjMt 1.0UU strong.
tin; werij In the old style khaki, a few
In t',n dark blue coats and light gray
trovers that made up the dresa unl-lir-
,f their time, but most wore the
v -Miay attire of civilians.
Th tigure that drew a vigorous burst
t! d.iiause was a blind veteran In unl- i
!ir ih i he mo bovs. Two huge. Auierl-1 Hi,!
Hags,' bjnie outstrutchtd by -mit-. P&iS
si of men In the garb of soldiers
i s.nlors, drew another storm of ( 'y
I .. .. . i i... r.t tii.rrt Uu'
. i i aoii n ii-iii,..,, ..-n.-'i
if w not lOIgoiien.
T' ' 1 1 place of honor was filled
I" a la ery of .veterans who dragged
' s i Prats caniinn that seemed to
l''tg tu tho period of the civil war.
,Tll . ..1. .1... 1.. ...ll T llll,-
-' III,' I- l,l,l,ll- ,.,l "II.. i-
J - as they drew nppotdto the Mayor
" '.i.tid for a salute. Tho a Inch
H' wett ,,ff ,V,, n iieafenlng roar.
'fle explosion came near damaging
1 itotnnbilvn that approached Just
' larry off the Mayor and Gin
'i f.r the chauffeurs, unawaro of
h, coining, drove up iilmosi m
' " ith of thn cannon. The artillery
'".us shmitrd warnings, however, and
'y evni.med to back far enough awiv
Cr 66 666 S6S Fifth Aornur.r 46'.- 47' sr&
MADISON AVENUE AT FORTY FIFTH STREET
MESSRS. AIMONE having de
cided to discontinue their Retail
business in Antiques, Objets
d'Art and high grade Reproductions an
nounce a Sale oV their entire collection
now assembled in the Aimone Galleries,
N. 1. Corner Madison Avenue and
Forty-Fifth Street, that they may be
able to devote their undivided time to
their Wholesale Shops and Studios.
Reductions of 10 to 50
From Present Wholesale Prices
n matched, company after com-
solid ranks. In semi-darkness,
r-.-iiar tnet lights did their best I
" a sparkle from the steel of.
a "' i n! sabre, but naturally they I
' i do much And this perhapii
.M nf thn chief dlsnpiHilntmentH of
f latti-r patt of the parade. The or
'jnii.i i ii committee had received an
f fr'iin one of tho electric lighting
wpai.n.s to install hcarehllghtH the
1 S'll ' tin, lit,,. ,,t t.i, , rr h i. ,i,l
"pt mlstln.iiiy in the belief that
- In 's would be there, Hut for some
"OMI, .. .1 .1. ....... .
j. ' U wie reason whs Uliexpiaineu
" wrre nut thrrc, ho the women and
"rilt'inen marched in seinl-durk-
HIGH GRADE PERIOD
DINING and BED ROOM SUITES
For Example -An Adam 11 l'iccj Bed Room Suite
o' Mahogany. Fur 1 crly S593
An 8 Piece Adam hand-carved Bed Room Suite
of fine Mahogany. Pornntrly 5736.
A 10 Piece Mahogany Adam Dining Room Suite,
with finely carved motif1. Formerly $1,219.
A 9 Piece Adam Mahogany Dinlntr oom Suite
with rare inlaya. Formerly .t!52.
This Stock Positively Must Be Sold
(fuammadixUe celedion. cf
an&m I !- 1
Summer Furs Ermine. Mole, Kolinsky and Fox !
3ftanfel(n Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
A Store of Individual Shos
Showing daily new models, emphasizing the
'newest ideas in the most wanted fabrics.
Women's Summer Dresses
Of Ratine, Flowered or Plain Voile, also French Net,
embroidered in dainty designs.
12.75 14.50 18.50
White Georgette or Taffeta Gowns
New models of all white Georgette crepe or white taffeta
silk, trimmed with beads or embroidery.
18.50 29.50 39.50
Reduced Prices Monday
Women's Silk Gowns
Afternoon Goivnn of taffeta, Georgette, radium silk or crepe meteor. n e
Heretofore $39.50 to $49.50 ZV.OU
Afternoon or Evening (lotcnn of embroidered or novelty silks. a rkfk
Heretofore $59.50 to $89.50
Women's Top or Travel Coats
Sir Dintinct Models at Sprrial I'n'crx
Belted or godct flare models, with plain or novelty silk linings, of
vclour cloth, wool cpongc, wool velour checks, suede vclour,
covert cloth, tweed or English serge. Special
Women's Bol ivia Cloth Coats
Thr Mot,! W'antul Fabric in All Colorings
Four distinct models of light weight Bolivia cloth in all high col
orings; also the more subdued shades of brown, navy blue,
rubber gray or autumn green. Special
Just Received via S. S. Tourainr
Paris HandMade Lingerie Waists
A new importation of six hundred hand-made lingerie waists,
for women and misses, of sheer batiste or voile, in
white or flesh, hand embroidered and
trimmed with real laces.
7.50 9.75 13.75 15.75
Will Hold a Sale Monday
Qeorgette Crepe Waists
Double. Frill Model
Of white or flesh color Georgette Crepe; new Hat collar, double frill A
and cuffs hand cmb'd, hemstitched and trimmed with lace. Special 0.i5
Will Hold the Following
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Hand Sewed Kidskin Pumps Crepe de Chine Nig tg wns
20 Sew Models, for Women & Misses
Of pearl, smoke or white washable kid
skin, all brown or tan kid, patent
or dull kid with white kid backs.
Silk Hose, Hand Emb'd Clox
Plain or Xovcltij Cloz, for Women
In black or white, with self or contrasting
clox. Also gray, champagne,
navy, bronze or taupe.
Special 1 .35 i Pair for $3.90
Doeskin or Chamois Gloves
White or Xatural, Six-button length
For Women and Misses, with strap and
clasp or shirred clastic at wrist,
pique or P. X. M. sewn.
Striped Pongee Sport Skirts
Hoi Pleated Model for Women
In natural color pongee silk, with
Copenhagen, rose or green stripes,
For Women and Misses
Sleeveless, Empire or lace bodice mod
els, in flesh or white ribbon
or flower trimmed.
Habutai Silk Petticoats
.Shallow iiroaf panel (rout and buck
For women, of superior quality white
habutai silk, deep flounce and
two scalloped ruffles.
Dotted Voile Negligees
For Women, Silk lineil throughout
Semi-fitted model of white dotted crepe
voile, lined throughout with pink,
blue or orchid china silk.
Crepe de Chine Negligees
Of Flowered Sill;, for Women
Fitted model of white crepe de Chine
with colored flowers, large white
crepe de Chine collar and cuffs.
Separate Shops for Men, 4 to 16 West 38th St.