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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1916
"mistake," 1AY8 mm. coiKY.I QpinijmTnmn amtin j
BABY 1917 TO HAVE
Ifew Year Celebrants To-night
Must Quit Wine Tnblcs at
1 A. M. Sharp.
K JilCKXSKS TO Itti REVOKED
:! Police Wain Hold and lies-
tfliirniit Jlen Arninst VIo-
liition of Orders.
ThoM who desire lo fretl the wnby
1H7 when he break, like a new hutcHrJ
chick, from the eniKt of the world at
Midnight to-nlftht mav do no, provided
ihy toddle along homo liy 1 A. M., turn
tC their luck upon lh hubbllnit win.
II they prefer lo postpone tne celebra
tion until to-morrow nlftht, while atraln
lag Imagination to creel' at Monday
Midnight a milar kid that Ik nlready
twtniy-four hours old. they may do eo
provided they fend for the taxi at 3
The are the rules the Mayor and
the I'ollce CotmnlfMnner have laid down
rules without any nonsense about
MI,M,I anrl I'nminliilnnur
f Woodi havo no desire to Inflict harsh
rrffuiaiioiin upon lUTrjinfturr, uui mu
Insist the taw Is tho Iiiw nnd shall be
enforced. Tliey luuc directed all hotel
nd restaurant keepers to stup the sale
f liquor at 1 A. M. Monday, not a
Mlnule later, and this does nut mean
that ft young bar of lottles can be pur
chased In advance of t A. M. and spottsl
Upon the tables. The whole celebration
Must be over by one hour after mid
Bight. Tha Mayor nnd Police Commissioner
fcave resolved upon ways to punish hotel
nd restaurant men who fall to keep
the 1 A. M. agreement. They would not
ay yesterday Just what the punishment
will be, but It was assumed that for
faltur of all night or special 2 A. M,
licenses Is the weapon that will be em.
ployed. No ariests will bo made. The
police will not go slamming Into a hotel
mr restaurant, that break the rule. But
later on the proprietors will get unpleas
"W shall know," said Commissioner
Woods yesterday. "Just what Is going on
everywhere In the city on New Ye'.ir'fl
ve. The law wilt be enforced rigidly.
Thuso who violate li will be noted, ni.d
arrests will assuredly follow, not on the
P"t or un the Irwtunt bi: nt the jr'.j-1
plica aii.l time. I'atr.i i' will pot If
tnterfeied with because they would ntd
fet the real violators, and there will bo
no tli'Mcrlng rough wotk by th. Hlle.
W wilt know how to get result wlimut
At most of the hotels nil rev.auruhtt
there -'ll be a mild celi'p-.ttlon tu.Rlstnt.
tut It will be devoid of dancing at most
places ar.d quite without th; i mary
hurrah and pranks. Tim olllclal cele
bration will be to-mortow night and
w.ll last until .1 A. M. TN Waldorr. the
Blltmore. the Manhattan the HlU-Carl-ten,
the St. Ilegls and the Astor are
arrong the hotels that will hold thdr
celebrations to-monow mgt.t.
Custama OrtlelaW llnlil fftflO wn
'nil In t'nsipanlnn's Tratik,
'Thl In all a grave mistake," said Mrs.
William Kllln Corey, when she appeared
at tha Custom House, again yesterday to
explain tho presence of .!i00 worth of her
gowns, undeclared, In tho trunks of her
travelling companion, Miss Martha Ship
pey, when the two arrived on Thursday
from Uordcaux on tho ltochambcnti.
Tht gowns nro still held by the offi
cials. Following n hearing In the office
of Oeorgo kmyth of the law division of
the Collector'a office. It waa said the Col
lector would take no action before Tues
day at the earliest.
"I waa away only five wteka," said
Mrs. Corey. "I went abroad to ae 'my
boys' 200 soldiers who are now living
In my chateau near Paris. I waa In
London three week, and while there my
maid, unbeknown to me, packed some of
my clothes In, Mia Bhlppey'a trunks."
TO AVERT DEFICIT
sLV , .
Prof. Hiu1nsavljevlc.il Prevent
ed From flcndhijr Paper
Democrats Considering Hc
storinjr Tax on Wool, Hnb
lier and Coffee.
TTJRlfUfO WINTER Tn siruuro
Djonrnrrs in Bnntlirrn Riuri.
Are Inrreaslnc Vrar by Yrmr.
To enjoy summer In winter and the
Manifold attractions of the great out
oors under the most salubrious climatic
conditions one must Journey to Florida,
(leorgla or the Carollnas. Am n r.,.i.
of the Increasing popularity of these
rmiunn inr nuinner oi resorts Is Increas
ing year by year.
Chief among the rilvtim. ,r..
1 golf, and the South has many courses
where the sport may be enjoyed through
out the winter months at Augusta,
Charleston, Summervlllr. Savannah. Or-
inimu, i.unpa. tieueair, Nt. Petersburg.
Ormond, I'alm Iteach and Miami n,,,..
Ing the se.ii.on nearly all of the courses
re In chat go of professional islth com
petent assistants and many of them are
open ior piay me year round. Tourna
ments are held and valuable prizes com
One of the most popular rallmail
routes to icach the great Southland Is
the Atlantic Coast Une. The road ex
tends from Itlchmond and Norfolk, Va.,
to Jacksonville on the ocean apd Fort
Meyers. J'unta dorda. Tampa. St. Peters
burg. Clearwater. Tarpon Hprlngs and
Iloinosassa on the Uulf of Mexico, reach
ing practically mery resort In central
Florida. Tiirntish cervlce Is afforded In
connection with the peninsula and Occi
dental Steamship Company to Havana.
Four dining and steeping car trains are
TO IMPROVE SELLING METHODS.
C. I.onls Allen tiff nn Tour Through
out Country to Start Campaign
As a preliminary step to ii inooment
to Improvn the marketing methods of
manufacturers in all lines throughout the
United States, C. Ioulx Allen, president
of (he New York Salesmanship Club, left
last week on a countrywide speaking
tour under ttir auspices or the World
Btartlng nt Alterdeen, H. D Mr. Allen
Will proceed to Spokane. Henttle. Port
land, San Kianclsco and Jna .Angeles.
Tleturnliig he will visit Cleveland, where
on January 26 he will address the Afllll-i
, I . .1.. .1,1.. a rt I . . 1
Miiuii hi ju n iifiiiifc ( iuuB ii i,ievcinna,
Ilochester, Syracuse, Canton and Huffalo
on tho subject, "Marketing the Product."
Ills trip will Include also Ies Moines, St.
Paul, Cincinnati and Houston, where he
will speak bcfoic salesmen's clubs and
other comnimclal bodies
WAiittNtiTo.v, nec, 30. The advisa
bility of restoring tariff duties on wool,
rubber and coffee and of Increasing the
present .tariff on sugar Is under consid
eration by Treasury Department offi
cials and in Congress an a means of
nvertlng the threatened iletlclt at the
end of the next fiscal year.
Th plan tn Increase revenues, wlilcti
Secretary McAdoo Is formulating with
the President's approval, probably will
be submitted to leaders In Congress
within a few days after expiration nf
the holiday recess. Indications are that
It will contain recommendation that
wool, rubber and coffee be taken from the
free list und placed under low tariffs,
but It la mors uncertain what recom
mendation will b made with regard to
sugar, in fact th entire tariff pro
gramme of the plan to Increase revenues
has not. It Is said, taken a definite form.
The tariffs under consideration are
understood to be nominal and designed
to provide revenue only, nates that would
amount to a protective tariff nn- under
stood to be opposed by Department otll
clals and Administration leaders In Con.
Indications are that the proposed
tariff would be specific, providing for
duties on the basis nf weight and (iii.il-
Ity rather than on an nil valorem
basis. The latter method has dlsndvan
lages which are not found In the former
It Is said, nnd In addition would In
tolve a higher collection cost.
The tremendous volume of Importations
of rubber and coffee, would furnish, even
at a naminal tariff, considerable revenue.
officials declare, and would distribute the
burden of taxation upon virtually every
one In the nation.
How much revenue would b provided
by proposed tariff changes, offlclali
frankly admit, can be determined only
by experiment. Alone It hardly would be
sufficient they feel, to meet the deficit,
In aelectlng rubber, coffee, sugar and
wool as the baes of consideration, offi
cials, were prompted by a desire to Inv
pose whatever tariffs may be necessary
only upon raw materials. Iron and steel
are understood to hne been eliminated
from consideration, as well us Iron ore,
because It was felt that to disturb exist
ing conditions In that Industry would be
tantamount to upsetting the situation In
a trade, of enormous proportion at pres
ent adjusted delicately. Manufactured
goods. It Is understood, virtually have
been eliminated from consideration
through the desire to place the Burden
on raw materials only.
No return to the recent stamp tax Is
contemplated In the Administration pro
gramme officials asset t.
OLD BOYS" TO DINE TUESDAY.
Will Itcvlrr Mrmorle. of
Urammar Hcliool 40.
The "Old Hoys" of old grammar
school No. 10. Manhattan, now known
as the Ueorge V. Wlngate Public School
No. 40, are to have a reunion dinner
Tuesday at the Hotel Savoy. Carl I'.
Ahlstrom of No. .1.1 West Forty-second
street Is president of the Alumni Aso-
Old No. 40 Is one of the oldest public
schools In the cll. It was originally lo
cated In lint Twentieth Mreot. near
Second avenue. In H65 it was moved to
Fast Twenty-third street, near Third
avenue. A few years ago a modern
school budding wns built on the Twen
tieth street site, with classrooms for
1,100 pupils. At the coming reunion the
color auard and tho glee club of the
school will be the guests of the old fel
RUSH TO AID BILLY SUNDAY.
Nearly !IOO Offer Services a Per
sonal Workers Here.
Nearly 300 prsons have volunteered
as personal workers for the Billy Sunday
campaign In New York, and It Is be
lieved that several times as many w II
offer their services before the Tabernacle
The Personal Wnikerx Institute, where
the leaders of the movement will be
drilled to supervise the Work at th
Tabernacle, will begin work Tuesday
evening, January 9, In tho west Knd
MORGAN'S COUSIN GIVES BLOOD.
Transfusion Operation Performed
to Mavr Hartfard Rector.
llAnTronn, Conn., Dec. 30. To save
th life of the Ilev. James Goodwin, rec
tor of Christ Church, his brother,
Charles A, Ooodwln, cousin of J, Pier
pont Morgan and once Republican can
didate foirUovernnr of this State, sub
mitted to nn operation whereby S00
cubic centimeters of blood wero trans
fused Into the clergyman's arteries.
Dr. Ooodwln, whose church la among
the most prominent and oldest of the
city, has been In poor health for several
months. An operation was performed
last Monday by Dr. K. J, McKnlglit, as
a result of which the elderly clergy
man's condition became crltlcnt Tnm.
jinion waa dN i.ieil on laat Thuriday and ,
Ills brother volunteered. At Hartford
Hospital, wheio the patient now h, It i
was said he probably will recover.
IntrriiniloiiHl Join Patbe. (
It wns announced yesterday by Paths I
1-reies, motion picture producers, that'
nn "ecoti'imlo combination" has been ar
langed with the International Film
Company by which Patbe will employ Its'
various HtuclloH to produce phtiiies fur!
thn International ami by which the in.
tcrnatloiml will mriiuse to furnish ..
temntle publicity for the eninblnutlnn.
It was iitiili.il tli.it ilni- Id. m lern nn if.
I'l'iintf in 1 1 f .iii n .IM. that no
iliniise I,, t e otll eiinu nf rtihrr i,.
n ii tins bei, n e.K.m -p ,, .irrniae.
n nt ii iei.m!..ii in .i ,.
tbi AH onnlh.fr liniii'nilnii nr n...
iv'ti( eiSMimpy has lome over the
67,133 MARRIAGES IN YEAR,
(.'lipid Met llerord Here Despite
II 1Kb t'at of I, l Inn.
It certainly has been a great jear for
that hmlllug little cherub Dan Cupid
According to figures made public se.
terday by City Clerk P. J. Scully 67.133
couplea were married during 1!U the
largest number since the establishment
of tho Marriage License nureau.
Queens waa the only hoi ouch In the
greater city to ffliow a falling off from
last years record. Tho numbr of II
censes Issued In 13li, as compared with
Melt rath Assault Case Knilrri,
District Attorney Lewis of Itrookljn
waa refused permission yesterday by the
Appellate mviHion to anne.il from the
decision of that court rcvrrcliiK the ver
dict of guilty of assault fuuud by the
Court nf Special Sessions aifulust John
McOrnth, former secretary to Col.
ltoosevelt, and Mcdrath'H cousin, Will
lam Powers, Until wero accuso I of hav
Iiik assaulted Charles I.lghte, a aoda
water manufactuirr, In a ailnon,
Itaital .'tail to Itraume Jan, 1:1.
l.loyd n. Sanderion of Sanderson
Son, cem-inl agents of the noval Mall
St.im Packet Company, Mid eaterilii
th, he resumption of thn companies
sn i' e o ..iiitlngn. .1 'iiul a, Colon,
Puerto CiiIn'iiM i mil imukyii.i will be.
sin with the .illl'ic of the t,ami'
TnmiH J.iiiu.iri 13 Th luu nlll
all two weeks later. Thtt two vccl
will alternate 'ho as to operate, a fort
nUlilly service from New Vork,
Tlic annual meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of
Science closed yesterday afUrnocm with
a Joint session In the Cornell Medical
Hchotfl of the physiological, Wochamlcal,
pharmacological nnd pathological socie
ties affiliated with the association.
Pour turners on Infantile paralysis 1
wer read by Drs. E. C. Hosenau, o. w.
Wheeler. O, II. Town ami C. CI. Bull. !
Dr. tloscnau said that experiments
with monkeys havo proved that attacks
of Infantllo paralysis are not recurrent:
that monkey wWch have recovered from
the disease are Immune from further at
tacks. Ho said that It Is debatable
whether humans are similarly Immune
Dr. Hull showed atereoptlcon vlewa of
the development of the disease In rabbits.
Ueforn the morning session of the
pyschologlcal section was held In Teach
er College It was nnnounccd that a
scheduled paper by Prof. P. n. flado
savljevlch of New York University would
not be read. The title of the paper was
The Psychology of the German People,"
and the only explanation vouchsafed by
officials of the association was that the
length of the programme made It neces
sary to eliminate some of the reading.
The paper was In 11 vein not compli
mentary to the Ciermans, It is under
stood. Prof. Itadosavljevlch nt his
home, 432 West 20lh street, said that
two days ngo he was "requested" to
withdraw his paper, and then was noti
fied that he "could not read It" Irefore
the association. He delclned to give fur
Pefore the psychological section H. II.
Ooddard of the Vlneland Training
School for (llrls of Vlneland, N, J., gave
the history of fifty delinquent girls on
parole from his Institution. He said
that !M per cent, proved to be mental
defectives, but that all of them could
have been made useful cltlseus If they
had been taken In hand properly when
mmg enough. He criticised the public
for not taking more Interest In training
defectives and cited a number of cases
of boys and git Is whose minds were Im
paired for tife liec.iuse nf lack of proper
training when young.
The Society of Naturalists visited the
Carnegie .station for experimental evolu
tion at Cold Spring Harbor, 1.. I , tn the
HOLLER MARRIES MISS TRAIN.
Sugar tlsinstr'i Mull unit I'lniieee
Weil llr. HouKhtun.
It became known last night that John
Moller, 7- ears old, sou of tha late
Peter Moller. sugar nmnuf.ictuier, had
carried out his plan of marrying Miss
Mary Trnln. J. In spite of the fact that
their attempts at keeping the romance
secret had been fruMrated by friends.
The ceremony was iierformed Friday
tilght at the l.lttlo Church Around the
Corner by the rector, the Itev, Ur.
Ceorge C. Houghton.
Mr. Moller Is a widower nnd has one
son. John. Jr., a former metioolltiin
golf champion, with whom he lived nt
tt Fast Seventy-eecond street. Th
bride's home wns ut SO West Ninety
fourth street, and there the newly mar
ried couple will nuke their residence,
temporarily at least. Miss Train Is
known among her neighbors as a woman
of independent means.
CITY PAYMASTER RETIRES.
John II. Tliiuilrrinan linn Meld
Position for Thirty Years.
A man who has slcned more checks
and probably dispensed more money
than any other person In the country
quit work for Rood yesterday evening
after thirty years of faithful service to
the city of New Vork as paymaster. He
Is John II. Tlmmerman, 71 yeuis old.
He was tetlrcd recently on a pension of
2.100 a year.
When Mr. Tlmmerman first became
piypiaster of the iity the payroll agsre
piteel $r0,000 a month, an enormous
sum In those days. The city pays out
to Its employees to-day a total nf
uoo.ono a month or lS,noo,ooo n year.
The number of city rmplojees to-diy Is
more than 100,000,
BUTCHERS MAKE NEW DEMAND.
Kosher .Ileal Iletaller Insist on
rT Conference or Boycott.
Thn Federation of Detail Kosher
Hutchers has tent to wholesalers of
kosher meat n demand for an explana
tion why tha wholesale price was ad
vanced five cents a pound In four, weeks;
stipulating that the federation's consent
must bo obtained to any Increaso In the
future when the price Is above 13 14 cents,
and asking for the appointment of a com
mittee to takn up future grievances.
If tho wholesaler agree to a confer
ence the present truce will he continued.
If they do not the boycott will he resumed.
J, T. I.oree Annied for D, a- II, .lob.
Ai.iiant, Dec, 30, James Tabor I.oree,
son of tho president of the Delaware and
Hudson Itallroad Company, will on Mon
day succeed Clifford ft. tfltna ns general
manager of the road, Mr, Sims will con
tlnue as a vice-president,
For Colds, Influenza,
"An epidemic of Crip ti erioui t the
one which set the people roughing and ineeiing
last year U threatening to sweep the country
Influenza, bronchitis and pneumonia, the
three dread visitor which the public groups
undrr the head of Crip, re more prevalent
here than in several years prior to the epi
demic of 1915.
The very old nd the, very young appear
to be particularly susceptible to the infection
this year." Daily Papers.
Dr. Humphreya' "Seventy.seven" meets the
exigency of the epidemic oi Crip, with til its
symptoms of influenza, catarrh, pain and
soreness in the head and chest, cough, sore
throat, general prostration, fevtr and aching
Taken early, cuts it short promptly.
Taken during its prevalence, preoccupies the
system and prevents its invasion.
Taken while suffering, relief is speedily
realized and the disease broken up.
At lriwits, us, rents, or mailed,
Humphreys' IImmo. MedtcuM Co.. t58
WUltoia BtrWt. Nw York. ' "
You Will Save Time Shopping
If vou make iiscof the Services of the "Carnation Sound"
and ask speclfk questions. If you tire In doubt us lo the
location ot any article you wisn to sec, asK tne section
manager. Tell him what vou want and he will direct
you to the exact location you wish to find.
MJCAatytfCrb Artrtts At Their Law rVWa.
Met . St,
Store Closed Tomorrow
New Year's Day
Envelop Chemises ,
79c and 89c
Fine nainsook. Empire or stralfiht
line model: trimmed with dainty
laces, embroidery and ribbon.
16 and 18 year sizes.
Envelope Chemises, 69c
Nainsook in two styles. lace or
embroidery trimmed. Sizes 16
and 18 years.
69c, 79c and 89c
A variety of styles, good quality
w hlte nainsook. 16 and 18 years.
Muslin Drawers. 21c
Good quality white muslin. Sires
14 to 18 years.
Misses' Muslin Drawers,
34c and 44c ,
Straight, circular or Knicker
bockers. 14 to 18 year sires.
iRJKSya lafanta Weaf Dept.,
ird riaor, Ulh Hi., Bear.:
A special purchase of in
fants' skirts, daintily trim
med; 6 mos., 1 and 2 yrs.
Lone and Short Skirta, tine
nainsook, made with waists: two
Lonr and Short Skirta, w'alsl
style, of fine nainsook: tucked
ruffle with lace insertion and
Long and Short Skirt, fule qual
ity nainook, waist attached. 89c
Long and Short Skirt, waUt
attached, scalloped embroidered
ruffle finished with alenciennes
lace insertion. line edging. $1.29
Jtys lafanU Wear Dept..
'- .ird Floor, .Ulb hi,, Brar.
HE first month in the year starts a series of events at TS. Dur
ing January we try to reduce the volume of our immense stocks by
marking them low enough to clear away in time for stock taking;
that is, we mark down discontinued lines and lots in broken size and color
ranges, hence the January Sales. Many other notable features and events
will take place throughout the month, as for instance, the continued an
nouncements of new merchandise arriving, and the daily advertisements of
specially bought goods to be offered at less than usual prices during the month.
Those who follow 3&2OT5 advertisements during January will' be informed
about the many economies scheduled for the month, and of the interesting
store news affecting the fresh, new stocks of this fifty-nine-year-young insti
tution, where prices are always uLowest-in-the-City."
A Group of Charming Blouses
At Special Price Inducements
vWhite voile with
linen collar and cuffs
in rose or blue. Illus
tration A. Awn inn
striped voile with sailor
collar and four-in-liand
tie. White voiles With
square or V necks trim
med with Valenciennes.
Venise or linen laces.
self-stried voiles: pep
lum models for port
Fine white voiles
trimmed with drawn
Kilet or Venise laces
and medallions: all
over embroidery, tuck
ed bosom, square neck
blouse. Illustration C.
Two tone striped crepe
de chine shirt: three
models in slip-over
blouses, of fine voile,
white, flesh, maize,
peach or bisque. Il
lustration . $1.69
Several styles of crepe de chine In a superior qualiiy, found only In much higher priced blouses. Tailored styles with
fine tucks, hemstitching, sailor collars, also fancy embroidered effects. White and tleslil Sport shirt of basket
weave in novelty ribbon stripe, i-ine white voiles, trimmed with laces, tucks, etc. $2.59
Lustrous crepe de chine: tucked
liosom, sport style, with three
large pearl buttons and bound
buttonholes; white, llesh and IiIkIi
shades: blouse of cream color net
with fine tucks and Val. lace. $2.94
January Sale of
White Cotton Fabrics
Thousands of vnrds of new white goods suitable for dresses,
blouses, underwear, etc.. at "Lowest-in-the-City" prices.
JiOSyxj Sheertex Nain
sook 10-yard Piece, $1.49
lACtllent qualitv. Jo inches wide:
suitable lor Infants' wear and
10-yard Piece, $1.24
73 usual price M". Meay.
durable quality, recommended
40-inch Lomrcloth 10-vard piece, $1.89 '
I Stroiis. durable quality, heavy weight, chamois finish: 40 Inch width, cuts i
1 Lingerie Batiste,
I Special, 27c Yard
i Soft. silk finished sheer fabric for
line dresses and underwear.
36-inch Snowflake Crepe,
27-inch Crinkled Crepe,
Special, 10c Yard
7.500 yards of line crepes in
various weaves at this low price.
29-inch Plisse Underwear Crepe, 9c Yard
Soft quality, rippled crepc. requires no Ironing; blight mill Imperfections
make this low price possible, but will not attect Its wear.
Hbltr (ioods Irptmrnt, Stcand riui.HfSi
"Fruit Of The Loom"
Sheets and Pillow Cases
II IS well known brand needs no
introduction. It is one of the
oldest, best and mostfavor-
StiiW ablv known. Its service ci-
inj; qualities' have made many friends
for it. There is a scarcity'of no(xl
quality sheeting and it is prophesied
that an even greater shortace is cer-
ligher prices. But iiftsoa has 2.000
l!n i'!tli cntieunimnt
dozens which are offered at the following low prices.
listed are before hemming:
Rir 72x94 b, in.. Bc
82c 72x103,4 in..
89c 72x1 12' a in..
96c 81x944 in..
63x1 124 in..
42 x 39'. j inches, 23c
45 x 39H inches. 26c
45 x 39,4 inches. 27c
54 x 39' j inches. 28c
81x1034 in.. 51.04
81x112', in., $1.13
90x1 124 in. $1.19
42 x 70H inches, 42c
45 x 79 inches, 51c
42 x 69 inches, 42c
45 x 78 inches. 51c
Heavy quality crepe de chine
with embroidered scalloped collar
and cuffs; hij;h colors. Squaij
neck embroidered net blouse in
ecru with dainty frills. Vadium
lace blouses In several designs
i over llesh color chllion. $3.69
!rjOT3'3 Third Hoor, Mils Street.
At Special Prices
54-inch Black Broadcloth
Sponged and shrunk, excel
Usual I RjbXTi Usual
Pii(t S2.39. I Pritt SI.8L
$1.98 Yd. ' $1.68 Yd.
Clearance of Check
Suitings, $1.98 Yard
A wide range of desirable
color combinations in fancy
5-inch suiting checks.
f&VTi ftrmtr ptitts S2.39. $2.69
21-inch Black Trimming
Velveteen, fine qualitv,
69c and 89c yd. '
fSLtJCS Kcronil I'loor, B'hij,
of Good Quality
lie mined Honeycomb Bed-
preadti nil new rrntrrplnv le
klKiix. IiimiiiiknI read) for tin.
Kur SlnRlo llr!. 7tr
For ' ! lloK .!
for J)iiul.l,i It.-.l-i. 11.01
The l.rno Miitrllr Hrlirrad;
ill opi'li nrU tirivl, Ik'IiiiihiI.
Tor MnKlK ami fUc Hisl. I,M
Hemmed Crochet Rcdsread:
extra cliwly worm. In u wlwilon
nf neat pattern.
For H lc lltiK tte
For Full kii lll, Sl.lt
Fur Kstru i-iro llcil. tl.19
Hemmed Satin Flnlnhed Bed-
upreailt; In thn luliwi ,;nnak du-
iitns. I'nr full nlic llei.
Mittliini ni'lelit. (1.1
llc.iv) ni'lKlu. '.'.44
.Sfnllopecl ('rnrliel Bedspreads
rut mt eorneri tn tit metal Iwt',
new ctntri'uUvn (UIrih. Full
Medium wi'liiht. !.;
llravy Mi'ixlit, f't.Ot
fSfirfS Itatenirnt. fenlre.
Lustre silk in white, flesh and high
shades. Tuxedo nioilel, in combina
tions of two colors. Tailored ef
fects, fancy collars, etc. Square
neck blouse of Georr.ette crepe, fle.sh.
white and IiIrIi shades. Washable
cream net with Pilot lace. $4.fi9
36 inches wie'e
White and flesh
36 inches wide
40 inches wide
Various colored stripes.
32 inches wide
f&lVya Second I'loor.
Clearaway of 8,000 Yards
VaifitJ ptiet ttstichttt 4Sc
'litis Is an excellent quality rib
bon, full inches wide.
Taupt Old Rost Brown
Gietn Burfunjy Tan
Limited quantity of white at. 1
fJSW-3 Main Moor, Eear..
Semi-Annual Sale of
40,000 Pairs at 40 Savings
In tliis great event, so eagerly awaited, are presented the siv
months' sample accumulations of one of America's foremof
importer-manufacturers, together with some goods from our
own regular .stock. For almost twenty years this manufacturer
has turned to ftifiZfS with his season's samples and LoiyxJ
customers have learned through experience the qualitv and
economy the sale presents.
Men's anil Women's Hose, in almost rreri drsirable
material, iceight, color and style will be offered at
decidedly worth while savings on the original prices.
Women's Silk Hose, 79c
Black and colors, medium
and light weights, extra
spliced cotton or silk, soles,
heels, and toes ingrain pure
thread silk, perfect except
for a thick or .thin thread;
wearing qualities excellent.
Women's Hose, 24c
Black, light weight, lisle
hose, heavy weight cotton,
ingrain lisle and light weight
cotton hose: fancy and sheer
gauze lisle. All perfect.
Men's Silk Hose, 24c
Black, white, tan. na. nr
gray, in seamless h'eavv
weights. Pure silk with cot
ton ribbed tops, toes ami
heels. "Run of Mill." which
means they are better tha i
seconds, but not absolute!'-,
perfect. Will wear well.
Men's Hose, 15c
Perfect domestic good .
Light and heavy weight win '.
Double soles, lieels and tw .
Fancy and colored effects.
Fine silk lisle in black, tap
gray, navy and Burgundv
Special Tablea Provided for this Sole.
tfltyj- Main Floor. Centre .tMe.
81 Women's Coats
Reduced to $24.74
Z&OJSra Original prues were $29.75 up lo $59.75
Incomplete size, style and color ranges are responsible for this
rcmarkatile clearance. A variety ot models and colors,
trimmed with furs. The materials include
Wool Velours Twetds Bolieia Cloths
Broadcloths and Nottlty Fabrics
Coats suitable for street, travel or general wear
Hjjf&-w Third rioor. -
Initial Embroidered Envelope Pillow Casea, some without initials.
Made of l-rult ot the Loom scaiiopeu an arounu. iteRuiation size.
Specially priced. 39c
Other Sheets and Pillow Cases at
Red Star Bleached Sheeta, hem
med, ready for use, stronu centre
scams, K"od wearlnR quality.
Sle before ht'innilns 7 Jw In. 43c
Pillow casts to match, size befote
henmiliiK 45 x . inches. 12c
Bleached Bed Sheeta, only 100
dozens Innll.wlth slight mill imper
fections. Full bed sUc. 59c
Embroidered Mualln Pillow
Caaea, various desluns, will wear
excellently. Sle before hemming
45 x .16 Inches. 24c
Gueat Seta, consisting of one full
sle sheet and two pillow cases
to match. I land cut scallops.
iV.Ul ix'XCd. 1 1.29 set
Fine Mualin Pillow Caaea, em
broidered In ifizac designs. Hem
stitched. Regulation size. 73c pr.
Full Bleached Bed Sheeta, wide
heiib, strong and durable, laun
der excellently. Size before hem
ming Hlxw Inches. 73c
Pillow Cases to match, size before
hemming 45xJC ,'nches. 14c
Mualin Scalloped Sheeta and
Pillow Caaea, good serviceable
quality. Sheets: before hemming
81xX) Inches. 69c
Pillow Cases 45x36 Inches. 19c
Imported All Linen Pillow Caaea
lit it ttinlit.. hemstitched ami
laundered, leads for Use, Sie
I5..6 Indies. 93c ea. $1.19 ea.
Pattern Damask Table Cloths
A limited quantity of all pure linen pattern damask table cloths in manv prett deswiw at i
per cent, less than regular prices. This remarkable reduction is due to slight mill imperii v
tions, which are plainly marked by black threads in the selvedge. An unusual opportune
secure a table cloth at about the wholesale price.
6jBi68 inches $2.79 each I 72x72 indict $3.19 and $).79 etch I 70.M inches $). each
70x70 inches $2.79 each I 66x86 inches $3.49 each I 72x90 imhes $4.69 eaih
Urge sites up to 2 j x 4 yards at proportionate prices.
Toweling, Napkins, Table Damask and Fancy Linens
('rants Tonrllnci nun linen lili'iicliisl
crash Mlltaliln fur ilMi or rnlli'r
timi'lT, mt licilili' quality, will uli
lit'uWt-r; ID In. wide, lie l.
I.ee Sideboard Hraru. i Miihtnl,
clrosMT nr liulTi-t. scarfs, attra'livo
Imitation illct dolmn, borne with in
M'rtlunn; I'x.VJ In. 41r racll
Jlamatk Napkins, nnrn linen let or
iiinrninn iinphini; iiiiuuin Kami nam
a.s: four ilpstgm,
Odd llliinrr Napkin, timw uhiin
1 1 ;i n t.'i -1. mi i lotliH to in n t t-l i , All pnrn
linen, lie.iw iinalil) Ass,iri,.l ile.
klttlis. '2i ini'lirs, ti.it
UcJ&jy- Menseist, Rear.
Pattern !iamak t'lolhi and Nan.
Mim. heavy, all puro linen that will
l.iiuuler ami wear well; neat round
flothv TIKTO in., tt.DI each
71HSH In , eaeli
v. , , Tllxlim In., f4. eaeli
Napkins ..'x'.'J In., It, lit ilor..
Table Damask, extra heavy, miow
whllo mrnerlixl eottrm ilaniasU
winen ln ll. 8, A., fMVlally for
iiryt'fn ilireo ilesltini; 70
liiiiu-4 nlilc, Kr i
Heallnpert Table t lth, miiih nhllo
ineri'eriitl eolton ilam.il ihrit
(trvlxns Willi nlli)poi iHlces n:t In
Table Itainavkt iniilluin urUn
tun talilo ilam.il. .er, lcr,ilili oi.i'
It, ill M'M-ril ilflBii -,s in.'i.
wide. air j,i
lieiinllteliril Table t'lnlli, mio
hltn il.un,ik latilo rloih pur,,
linen! Iloral and mt de-liN ,'is-ii
Inehex. '.9I eaeli
lleniklllelieil Table flntli. all pun
linen liemstiteliol dania.k of
livable, quality; round Iloral di-ltn
In, a.l.ltl e.e li
RreakUl Napkin, he,i .ill p
linen ilniiia.-U myi IiimIiIm j , ,
in Moral ur -triped di'.tfii 'n n
llielic. ( :,ll , .
-Heeond Honr, Situ street,