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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1916.
first Rendition of Donizetti's
' Comic Opera Hero in Nearly
fJAKlSO IN EARLY ROLE
cotti Also in Familiar Part,
but Other Singers Were
New to tho Piece.
Ponlifttl'a oner "IEllalr rl'Amor"
jra rrrtomtA l h Metropolitan
Or".t Hwue yesterday afternoon. It
a. the first tarn the dellchtful tittle
rvtnlo work tia'l been heard here since)
Jamury :' Before then -within
We ilctvulf, lionevcr. It had had hear
np eufllclcnt to give It a familiar ac
ejualntanco with operajroera.
Mr Caruni aanjr the .Vemorinf In the
tffr-x At an early day In Ills New York
wifcr fo.rc twelve years ko, and oaaln
rusei'lny In the anme role he wu a
par Heurc in tne oast that, save Mr.
ffcMtti linear e, was made up of
sinters new in their rarta. Mme.
Hewel ns the vtriiin. Her aeneral Im.
fsrwmitlon ef -the part wan a charming
tr.c. ff.'ie wng wiui inveiy voice, much
frrli! facility ami with rparkle and
frj'.r f style.
In the role of .Yrmortnl Mr. Caruso
ery happy, lie sans the music
wlih rate beauty of tone and with
Jnelj polished art In vocatlsm. Ills act
(at alfo was excellent. After his alnc
Inc 'f "inn Furtim Lagrlma" In the
last art. the nhmauae rnntlmifit fr,r
many minutes. The tenor showed that
lit llil not wish to sins; the air again,
(ml when dually the performance was
aliened to proceed he sane ns his first
iter's "To repeat Is not ullowable."
Mr Dldur was the Dulcamara. He
was Buffering- from a severe cold and
k,"M '? nv 'Poken rather than
aung his words. Hi, fine resources ns
SIVA r ittvtd day, however, and
1 1 ,mP'tt part through to
V.MBd W.'.tt Vkin ,n 0Pktlng humor
and volubilltr that waa quit Irresistible.
Mr. Scottl mad a handaome fierce
Hsicore, and he sang and acted well, as
5!.. .i!n wont 10 d0 '" 1" the
Ml" sPrk h Olantia,
and thereby acquitted herself with credit.
Trie choruMS nr. .lmi..i.i..
Papl conducted the cerformanc 'with
rh dl"c waa one that
. u,,l0,lum to Ita very walls.
n'n Prformanc of Wag-
wann"' wu given aa the first
i ""urasy mgnt series at popular
PJ" The can Included Mmes. Hap.
- u""r "no Messrs. urlus. Well
nldulc?o!d, Mr Bdn,ky "
THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
Steamship Arrivals and Departures Outgoing
MISS DARRELL NOW
Miss Elsie Croll of Flushing Is
Also Introduced nt a
AMMAN'S. On Patunlar, December IS,
t tli- Nucklnthsm Hotel, Katharine
l.nr'l!nr.l Cammann. daughter of the
lt IV (ieorae r. snil Catharine A.
rammann, In the teventy.ntth year of
fn 'ral t Trinity Chapel. West Twenty
ffih street, on Tuilsy, January 3. at
1 o" lock A, M
fAKIlOLI. Suddenly, on Paturday morn
Int. December It. ll, Howard Car-
ril' nt his home. 4 Ksst Sixty-fourth
reel. New York.
t Tun.ral eervlces at hla late realdanee on
Tuc.Uay. January :, at 1! o'clock noon.
Interment at the convenience of the
f'ml'y at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. It
l requested that no (loners be aent.
CO.XK -Oa December . at the home of
h'r daughter, lira. Robtrt It. Bene
..i.l. at Devon, I'm.. Mrs. Robert E.
Inirnnt at Psuilikeepile. N. T.
fl.VKlNf. On KrIJsy. Decembtr :i. llt.
Alfred Illunt Jenkins, aon of the. late
N'athsnlel JerJilni. sued l years,
runcral service will he held at hla heme,
I.lesellyn Tark. Weat Orange, N. J.,
en Sunday, December II, at Silt r. It.
4HH JC ON. On Friday. December :. IJH,
l ) (J. Johneon at hla late realdanee.
H Vet ItTth street. In the eighty
"h tear of hla age.
r n.ral aerticea at St. Tatrlck's Cathe.
d-t, rifth avenue ami Fiftieth street.
' ett Tueeday, January 5, at lt:S0 A, St.
Interment prlvste. Kindly omit flowers.
Xlmi. Suddenly, at hla realdanee, 44
F'fth alreet, Ilrooklyn, on Friday. De-fmb-r
:, the Iter. Frederick J.
Keeh, D. D,
Funeral aervlcee at Christ Church, corner
r Inton and Harrison elreete. Ilrooklyn,
n Monday at 11 A. SI Baltimore, Md.,
PPt pl'aie copy.
vCal'f I.ltnANDEItlK, l.outa A. Farvlcea
TIIK FUNKItAI. ClttrncH.-1 Broad-
, 5th and tth (Campbell Dulld
Inc), Sunday afternoon t o'clock.
IfrDCItMOTT, Jamea W on Decambar
'" 1315, In the elihty.tecond year of
funeral Monday, January 1, 1117, at hla
lata residence, TS Macon street, Jlrook
ln, at 11 o'clock A. M. Interment pri
vate. 11' ItOU. December 10, Mil, Muneon
Nichols, seel : ear.
ferlces Stephen Merrltt'a Chapel, ill
Klshth avenue, near Tnenty-flrst atreel,
.nday afternoon 3 o'clocsV. laterment
i.bany, N. T.
aWTELLE. Henrietta Lovell Sawtelle
entered Into eternal life from har bom
In Englewood, .V. J.. December It.
Funeral aervlces at St. Paul's Church,
Kngltnood, : r. M. Sunday. December
11. Durlal at Brookalds Cemetery at
the contenlence of the fsmllr.
tOt'NI.F.r. At Saranao Lake, N. T., en
Thursday. December :i. Hit, George
Funeral services on Funday, December
' at Ht. Paul's Episcopal Church,
rtroadway and East Elshteenth atrstt,
Peterson. N. J at 1:10 P. M.
WHRKLEn. On December It, 1111. Clauds
Lemont Wheeler, M. D., beloved bus
'nl of Agnes Mary wheeler.
Funeral amices at his late residence, 411
'"' Sixteenth street, Flsthush, Brook
lyn, Sunday sfternoon st I o'clock,
1 'ermcnt Montresl.
eVHITrilDOK On faturdoi'. December 30.
o' pneumonls, Frederick W. Whltrtdge,
"te It years.
I inersl services at Orses Church on
Tuesday morning. January 1, at t:10
" oek. Burial at Stockbrldge, Masa.
Mrs. Kdn-Ard F. risrroti t,td
tlon yesterday In her home. 3S East
nrty-seventh street, to Introduce her
daughter. Mi's Dorothy Darrell. He
reiving with them were the Misses Nltva
Van Hensselaer Dearth. Uthel Simmons.
Kalherlne Turck, mta Sturgls. Theodora
T ffany. Florence l.lrs:oln. Glory Thomas,
illy rtupertl, Isabel Yeomans. Lillian
I'urdy. Katharine Allen and Ioralne Al
len. Th j-oung men at the dinner which
followed were Alexander rtoby, Itodnev
Mllllatna, Culbert Taimer, Oregon
Camp, Cadwalader Corse, Allen Mac
uoiiRall. Thayer Shedd, Arthur Du Hots,
Richard Darrell. Sidney Dexter, Eldon
Harvey and Henry Eyre. After dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell took their guests
to the Belasco Thealre.
Mrs. James M.Heck gave a th dan-
S.lht YSSterHav sflemnnn In flh.rri'a
small hallmftm ap fc... j ... n 1. 1 1 1 .. I
Beatrice M. Beclt. a debutante of the
winter. Receiving with them were the
Misses Ulrica Dahlgren, Madelalne
Lynch. PraiKea Ballard. Barah T. Bulk
ley, Esther Kimball. Dorothov Camp.
Katherlne A. Holllster, Ellen McCarter.
Rosanne Roudebush. Esther Denny.
Ethel Simmons, alory Thomas, Isabel
Yconuns and Henrietta Talcott.
Mr. and Mrs. James Smythe Croll
save a reception yesterday afternoon at
their home, 110 Jaggar avenue. Flush
ing, Is. I., to Introduce their daughter.
Miss Elsie Croll. In the receiving party
were the Misses Jarvls Wyeth, t.lla Gor
don of Washington. Margaret O-born of
IJaltlmore. Alice Trowbridge. Gertrude
Benson. Edith Graham, Maria Hall and
Joyce Warren of Flushing.
. r eajtera New Verb, fair and eeatlaoed
11 to-day I to-morrow, fair and warmer i
nodtrate northwest wlads. breaming tarla-
For New Jersey, fslr. continuing cold to
day; to-morrow, fair and somenhat
warmer; moderate northwesterly winds, be
For northern New England, fair to-day;
to-morrow, fair and slightly warmer; gen
tle, to moderate shifting winds.
For southern New Kngland, fair to-day;
to-morrow, fair and slightly warmer: mod
erats northwest winds, becoming variable;.
For weatern New York, partly cloudy to.
sy; to-morrow, fair and warmer; gentle
to moderate shifting winds.
NEW YOP.K. Dee. 11. High preaaure
continued over every part of the country
yesterday from a principal centre slightly
north of the middle Stales and a second
ary centre over southwestern Wyoming.
Know fell lightly st a few points In the
i" rrglons and rain on the Oulf coast.
Elsewhere the weather was generally fair.
It was somewhat wsrmer In tho North
west, the middle Mlsataetppt Valley and nn
the , southwestern border, but colder In
nearly all ether sections. Zero weather
covered northern New England and New
inrk and the line of freeslnx temperature
extended from North Carolina westward
through aorthern Texas.
In this elty the dsy was fslr and colder;
wind fresh to brisk northwest; average
humidity, f per cent.; barometer, cor
rected in read ti sea level, at 1 A. M., I
3t.ll; 3 P, M., 10 31.
a A. M, a f. m.
... 30. as . 30. .10
...an 61 1
... N.W. N.W
The temoerature In thle elty yeatardar.
as recorded by the official thermometer, la
shown In the annexed tablet
a A. M... 1ft! l p. u... W
10 A. M . .
11 A. ..
3 P. M . . .
a P. M...
4 P. M...
n p. m...
ss a p. m.
SO ! 9 P. M .
Zg, I'J Mid.
el P. M...
Bl 7 P. M . ..
:l a p. t ...
ai u i. u...
0,10 P. M...
, 20 23
Highest temperature, SO. st 3i4!V P. M.
i"e temperature, is, at n a. m.
Average temperature, 24.
Columbia Object tea Woman's
Building In Ihr South Field.
A protest against the building of th
proposed new womens' dormitory for
graduate students ut Columbia on the
site of South Field alongside of Furnald
Hall, one of the men's dormitories), la
registered In an editorial In the current
Issue of the Alumni .Veics, the alumni
publication at Columbia. Th .Vetcs ob
jects to Hie erection of the building on
the proposed site as a matter of con
venience and against the best use of
w Mat little cumpus there Is at Columbia,
The odttorlal calls the placing of a
women's dormitory In the middle of
what will Mine day be a group of men's
dormltorlea an "tntruttlon" and against
the best Interest of South Field as the
athletic centre of the university.
The new building will cost 1500.000
when erected. A rlea for the funds wan
made by Dr. Rutier In his annual report
last month, and It Is believed that the
funds will be contributed within a year
or o at most.
NOTES. OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mrs. Archibald D. Russell will give a
dinner dance at Sherry's on January
:! for her daughter, Miss Helen It Rus
sell, a debutante.
Miss Joyce Knowlton, dsughler of Mr.
and Mr. Daniel M. Knowlton, will lie
married to Wllltim If. Zinsser of this
city In St. Paula Church, Brookllne.
Mass., on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs, Hugo Relstnger will give a sup.
per at her home. 993 Fifth avenue, this
Miss Dorothy Norrls will give a
luncheon on Wednesday at her home,
570 Park avenue.
Th wedding of Miss Helen Hersey.
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Henry J.
Hersey, to Burnet Corwln Tuthlli, son
of Mr. and Mr. William B. Tuthlli of
thin city, will take place to-morrow In
St. John's P. E. Cathedral. Denver.
The Board of Trustees of th
Emigrant Industrial Saving Bank, at
Its meeting held at th Bank on De
cember It, 1IH. unanimously adopted
the following memorial to Mr, Jsmes
O. Johnson, and directed Us entry on
Jstnes G. Johnson died en December 31,
ll, st his home In this city. In the
rlrness of his years, atcure In the re
pert and reverence of th multitude of
h( frlenda and acquaintances.
A business career of mori' than hslf a
century of untarnished honor snd de
"ed success had br. ght him fortune
nd prosperity. He used these gifts for
the benefit of the poor and the com
munity generally. When mora than
ighty.flve years of age be paised so
'nely to hla reward.
F"r twenty-six yeari he served th Emi
grant Industrial fittings Bank as ons
ef Its Trustees. For fourteen yesra of
llils period he waa th aenlor Vies
President. V' tMlred from offl-e In Hit because of
his Increasing yere.
lie iv as the Ne:tor of thl Bank's Council,
'imlsl, suave, wise la great commercial
nd financial dealings, honorable In hla
"mictions and conservative in th oto
rv.ance of th duties of bis Importsnt
fust. He wss among Its most valued
members, ills grsrlous and venerable
presence will be sadly mlaead.
This Hoard extends to his family Its sin
JOHN J. rUI.I.ETN.
The French tin stesmer Rochsmbesu.
aalHng to-morrow for Bordeaux, will take
mall, closing at 11:10 A. M for France.
Hwltierland. Italy. Spain. Portugal, Kgypt,
Ureece. British India. British Ksst Africa,
!lam, Malta. Gibraltar, Ceylon. Straits
Settlements. Dutch East India, West Aus
tralia and Persia.
The American liner St. Ioul. sailing
Saturday for Liverpool, will take mall,
closing at l:lt A. M.. for Europe (except
lermtny, Austria. Hungary, Luxemburg,
Hulgarls, Serbia. Turkey, Netherlands.
-Norway. Sneden snd Denmark) and lot
Africa, Weet Asia and East Indtea.
The Holland-America liner New Amster
dam, sailing Katurday for Itotterdsm, will
take mall, closing at 1:10 A. M., for
The liner Krlstlsnlafjord, sailing Satur
day for Bergen, will take mall, rloslng at
t:10 A. XI.. for Norway. Sweden, Denmark,
Netherlands, Russia. Itumanla. clermany,
Austria. Hungary, Luxemburg, Bulgaria.
Serbia and Turkey.
The French liner Eapagne. sailing Satur
day for Bordeaux, will take mall, closing
t 13 M., for France, Swltierland, Italy,
Egypt, tlreece, Hrlllah India, British Eaat
Africa, fllam, Malta. Gibraltar. I'eyln.,,
Straits Settlements. Dutch East Indies,
West Australia and Persia.
Japan. Corea and China, via Seattle, p.i
steamship Yokohama Maru, close at 1:30
P- M. to-dav,
Hawaii. Guam and Philippine Islsnds.
vis San Francisco, per U. 8. transport
close at 11:10 p. M. to-day.
Japan. Core and China. la Sssttl. per
.rnhlp Tscoma Maru. close at 1:10 P.
H.W.V' Smon Islands, Australia (ex
cept WeetJ and specially addressed mall
for -New Zealand, via San Francisco, per
steamehlp entura, close at 11:10 P. ti,
Japan. Core end China, via Seattle, per
steamship Ssdo Maru, close at t:lt P. M.
.hiL'tl,!!: .V,T Sln. ''rsneleeo. per steam
ship ftllhslrolna, close 11:10 P. M. Friday.
GOLFERS AT WHITE SULPHUR.
Enthusiast Will Greet Ken Year
In West Virginia Resort.
Wiiitr Si'i.piii'g ssaiNo, W. Va..
Dec. SO. Among the arrlvala at the
Greenbrier for two week of golf were
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Iadbetter. tho
Misses Dorothy and Betty and Plttock
Learibetter of Portland. Ore., who came
from New York. H. St. John Webb of
Montclalr Is here. John Allan King, di
rector of the Automobile Club of Amer
ica, arrived at the Greenbrier with his
bride on their honeymoon. Samuel a.
Ilea of New York, n golf enthusiast, Is
united Stales Cesst snd Geodetic iurray
Sun riea...7:MAM Sun sets 1:1 PM
-Moon sets I!MA M
a.... t HL0H WATKP. THIS DAT.
Ssndy Hook.,i::iAM Oor. Island. ..1:J7 A M
Hell Gate l:n A M
.... LOVT WAT THIS DAT.
Ssndy Hook.. .4:0: A M Oor. Island.. .4:11 A M
Hell oat i:i: a M
ARRIVED SATURDAY, December 11.
SsChlcsgo Cllr, : A. M., Bristol. Dee. it.
2l i?nL".'!w"' "::J A- Sydney. Dec. 33.
Ss Terschellirjg. It A. JI.. Fslmouth. Dec. .
JsMsnchurls. 11:25 A. M London. D. 1.
g:J'er. II: A. St.. Curacao. Dee. 111.
SsHunelel, 10 A. M.. Southampton. Dec. 13.
2" F.1 S,11'0' 'M A- Oslresion. Dec. 31.
Ss Madison, tun V. M Newport Newt.
NsMisur. I f, M RolHrdsni. Dec. I
Ss Carolyn. S:so P. M.. tB.ier.os Ayres. Dec. 1.
SsClty of Sarannth. I A. M.. tfoston.
Ss t ta Uegeadorp. Cristobal, Dec. 31.
ARRIVED FROM XF.XT TORE.
Si Comanche, at Jacksonville.
Ss Greet Northern, et Han I'raiclsco.
Sa Comanche, at Jacksonville.
Sa Kl Mando, at llalreeton.
SAILED roil NEW YORK.
Sa St Paul, from Liverpool.
Sa Kl nie. from Galteatnn.
Sa Cenrho, from Galteston.
sa Arapahoe, from Charleston.
Ss Alamo, from Tampa.
all To morrow.
Rochtmbeaa. Bordeaux.. .11 to a m
Madison, Norfolk ..7.
Ohloan. Montertdeo 1 04 A M
Moolaaan, Bail. II MM
City of St. Louie. Ss-
Princess Anne, Norfolk
?".. Jamaica.. IMAM liss a as
JjsrscaiDO. ssn Juan... t It A M imp.
Paloma. Cardenas "... 11 is w
Hamilton. Norfolk iSsu
AraetshiM. JirWv.n.111. '"" .rrr'.SB
Morro Castle, Havana. ,, IMAM 11 M M
Panama, Cristobal 11 M A M tessSv
Norden. Progrreo IMAM iimw
Yuna. Turks Island IMAM 11 M M
City of Columbus. Sa-
00 A M
II M M
jloksby .! ,
Du To day,
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-Gibraltar oStl I
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Cenos dk. ii
Xottirdam Dc u
ollrda Dee. II
Crlatebsl Dec. n
-jacssoonil ....Dec. i;
Oeno Dec t
Porto Rice Dec. a
Ilsrsna Dee. II
Due To morrow.
Jordeaug Dee. i,
San Juan Dae. ti
.nsw Orleans. .Dec. 17
City of St. Louis Savannah
Hantu Cristobal ...
j Nleuw Amsterdam Falmouth ..
... Dee. 14
...-..i-KtonTiiis ...uc. il
.. .New Orleans ...Dec. ti
Keltler Havre The 17
John D. Arch bold. . .Cristobal Dec. 11
Santa Catalina... Cristobal Dec V
Cllr of Montgomery. .Savsnnsn Jsn! 1
Comanche Jacksonville ...Jan. 1
I. Drome Bordeaux
V. S. Bank Kama 0 Per Cant,
Chicaoo. Dec. 30. Th Federal Re
serve Bank of Chicago mad net earn
ings of 40:,53S, equal to per cent, of
Ita capital stock. In 1911, according to a
report made public to-night. Th net
earning for 191 & were $20,991.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 30,
orders were Issued to. day:
Second Lieut. O. C. Stevens. Coast Anil
lery, to Coast Artillery achool, Fort Mon
Major J, W. Hanner. M. C. having com
pleted his duties In this city will return
to hla atatlon.
Capt, J. O. Mauborgne. Signal Corps, will
assume command of depot. Company I,
risnai i-uip, iiuw iisiiDurn m army ser
vice Schools. Fort ItV.nwnrlh. Kanaka 1
Msjor I.'. K. Koerper, M. C, relieved ss
Inspector-Instructor of organlted mllltla
and report to commanding Utnersl, South
Major K, K. Hampton. Q. M. P. to Fort
Illley. Kansas, as Quartermaster and take
charge construction work at Fart Riley
during period which Capt. Frederick J.
Herman, Q. M. C, Is Incapacitated,
Lieut. -Col. li. (I. Uelley, q. M, C. report
to commanding (lenersl. Western Depart
ment, as assistant to department quarter
master. Col. W, C. Brown, cavalry, from duty
In mllltla bureau and to Governors Island
and report to commanding General, East
ern Department, for duty In New York city.
First Lieut. William Nale, cavalry, de
tached, relieved In Hawaiian Department
snd to duty with Eighth Csvslry at Fort
First Lieut. Philip Gordon, Second Cav
alry, ta Weat Point, N, Y., for duty .at
Capt. Daniel Van Voorhls. Third Cavalry,
snd Capt, Henry ISIhblns. cavalry, de
tached, detailed for duty at Disciplinary
Bsrrscks, Fnrt I.e.ivenorlli, Kan.
Resignation of Second Lieut. Clyde W.
IJama, First Arlxona lnfantrv, accepted,
Leave of absence granted First Lieut,
Charles H. Dsvls. Fifth Nebraska Infantr),
extenoea ons monin.
m"'. k!' A ..'.., '.'
IIRAI,' .. -eees araaaaa-
' ttlll St.
These naval orders were Issued: Lieut -Commander
0. W, Steele, Jr., detached
Hydrogrsphlc Office, Wsthlngton, to th
Pennsylvania as navigator,
Lleut.-Commander W, CI. Roper, de
tached War College, Newport.'to the Kan
sas aa executive officer,
Marin Corps: Lieut, -Col, W. N. Mr.
Kelvy. detached headquarters, t second
Brigade. Santo Domingo, via Hancock;
Major If. C. Davis, detached War College,
to Provisional Brigade, Santo Domingo:
Major William Hopkins, detsrhed Marina
Barracks, Washington, to First Provi
sions) Brigade, Hsytl; Capt. II. O. Smith,
detached Marine Barracks. Boston, to com
mand Fifty-fourth Company, Flrat Provi
sional Brigade, Hsytl; Capt, 11, S. Green,
detached Marine Barracks, navy yard. Dis
trict of Columbls, to command Fifty-third
Company. First Provisional Brigade,
Hsytl: Cspt. E. P. Fortson. detschsd Ms
rlna Barracks, Annapolis, to Marine Bar
racks, navy yard, District of Columbia;
Flrat IJeut. W. B. Sullivan, detached Ma
rine Barracks, Philadelphia, to office Judge
Advocate General Navy Department,
Movements of Nasal Vessels.
Collier Brutua has arrived at Msra ls.
and: rolller Panther at Nw York; tug
I'niutuar at riuantanantn.
oiiis-r New orlean h.is al'dl from
ma ) .for Aitc' llai , tug oi-en!a
noiil Qunlii4iiii for i'uitis de Zlli.
I5 m IMPORTCR8 IT
xkc'iiPxiris (Shop of Smerica."
fir wearxrf G&zlm, acli -wanarmua
SxndJian X?alifornia J$Ukev MskevUlc
BEACH -TRAVEL W SPORTS SUITS
STEAMER-MOTOR UTILITY COATS
BEACH xud GARDEN FROCKS
COLFS TENNIS SKIRTS - OUTINC BLOUSES
BATHING SUITS - SWEATERS mj
JranfeUn Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and ttth Streets
Annual Clearance Sales
TUESDAY, January Second
During This Sale No Approvals or Credits
Women's Fur Trimmed Suits
Fur Trimmed Broadcloth Suits
Of broadcloth, In navy, black, gretn, brown or
plum, trimmod with Hudtort eal or Kltt coaoy.
Heretofore $39.59 to $49.50
Fur Trimmed Wool Velour Suits
Of wool velour or vtlvetten, with
fur collar and euffa of various rich fun.
Heretofore $49.59 to $99.50
Fur Trimmed Model Suits
Copies of Pari models, of Bolivia cloth or
wool velour, trimmed with hsndsome furs.
Heretofore $69.50 to $89.50
Fur Trimmed Model Suits
Copies of Paris models, of chiffon velvet,
Bolivia cloth or wool velour.
Heretofore $98.50 to $195.00
Women's Serge Dresses
Of men's wear navy serge, tailored,
beaded or embroidered models.
Heretofore $18.50 to $29.50
Silk Afternoon Gowns
Of chsrmeuse, crepe meteor or
Heretofore $29.50 to $99.59
Velveteen Afternoon Gowns
Tailored or dressy models of velveteen,
in navy, black or colors.
Heretofore $29.50 to $39.50
Afternoon or Evening Gowns
Afternoon Gotrm of meteor, or Georgette
Evening Count of satin or French net.
Heretofore $39.50 to $49.50
Beaded Georgette Gowns
Calling or afternoon gowns of Georgette
crepe, richly beaded or embroidered.
Heretofore $59.50 to $79.50
Afternoon or Evening Gowns
Copies of Paris models or exclusive creations
from our own workroom one of a kind.
Heretofore $98.50 to $145.00
Georgette Crepe Waists
In WhiU, Flesh and Colon.
Of Georgette crepe, in white, flesh, miize,
ntvy, green, taupe, brown or burgundy.
Heretofore $5.75 to $9.75
French Lingerie Waists
Entirely Hand Made.
Of sheer white batiste or voile, hand made,
Heretofore $7.50 to $9.75
Women's Winter Coats
Women's Winter Goats
or wool velour, wool plush and English tweeds,
with or without fur trimming.
Heretofore $25.00 to $39.50
Women's Fur Trimmed Goats
Of wool velour, Bolivia vicuna, Shetland valour,
broadcloth or mannish fabrics; trimmed with
Heretofore $39.50 to $59.50
Women's Velvet Velour Goats
Trimmed with Hudson sest or skunk raccoon;
of black velvet velour; silk lined.
Heretofore $49.50 to $59.50
Women's High Glass Goats
Of genuine Bolivis, csshmere velour, suede
velour. duvetyn, broadcloth, chiffon velvet or
velvet velour. fur trimmed.
Heretofore $79.50 to $115.00
Women's High' Class Coats
Afternoon, Travel or Street Models
Of genuine Bolivia, velour cloth, broadcloth, cashmere
de laine, chiffon velvet, velveteen or velvet velour;
with or without fur trimmings.
Heretofore $59.50 to $89.50
Women's Luxurious Wraps
of Chiffon Velvet, Fur Trimmed
Model Evening Wraps, mostly one of a kind, of highest
grade chiffon velvet, in black and all the fash
ionable evening shades, fur trimmed.
Heretofore $125.00 to $165.00
Annual Sale of Women's Furs
10.00 Heretofore $15.00
16.00 Heretofore $20.00
20.00 Heretofore $29.50
1 3.00 Heretofore $18.00
18.00 Heretofore $24.00
10.00 Heretofore $15.00
19.00 Heretofore $20.50
'-23.00 Heretofore $32.00
23.00 Heretofore $35.00
26.00 Heretofore $37.50
Black Wolf (dyed)
Taupe Wolf (dyed)
Hudson Seal (dyed Mwkrat)
Black Fox (dyed)
Heretofore $15.00 10.00
Heretofore $20.00 15.00
Heretofore $25.00 1 7 .00
Heretofore $29.50 1 9.00
Heretofore $22.50 6.00
Heretofore $16,50 12.00
Heretofore $22.50 1 5.00
Heretofore $45.00 35.00
Heretofore $29.50 20.00
Heretofore $32.50 22.00
Women's Hudson Seal CoatsJ Musk-rat
Hudson Seal Coat real Skunk collar
40 inches long; skunk collsr, or- rvfa
sesl cuffs. Heretofore $125.00 O.UU
Hudson Seal Coat Skunk trimmed
45 Inches long; cspe colisr, cuffs snd i IE. flfi
border of dyed skunk. Heretofore $175.00 1 J3.UU
Hudson Seal Coat real Skunk trim'd
Hudson Seal Coat, 45 inches long;
Urge collsr and cuffs of skunk. p-fa ((
Heretofore $225.00 15U.UU
' Hudson Seal Coat Loose or nemi-fittnl mo,ht
45 inches long; of all seal fur o e? r
or skunk trimmed. Heretofore $245.00 I Oe5.UU
Hudson Seal Coat-m. skunk trim'd
Loose model, 3-row border, c liar and cuffs - r- rv
of skunk- Hudofore $300.00 e5o5.UU
Hudson Seal Coat-V0i,-Av, Shmk, Mole
In several models; collar and cuffs of
skunk, kolinsky, mole or ermine. frk
Heretofore $325.00 xOS.UU.
Real Scotch Mole Coats
Real Mole Coats Taupe Wolf Trimmed
45 inches long, of real Scotch mole; Urge
square collar, cuffs and border of OAC AA
(dyed) taupe wolf. Heretofore $295.00 ZOD.XJxf
Real Mole Coats Taupe Fox trimmed
45 Inches long, belted or loose models; collar
and cuffs taupe fox or natural silver rat. Jig ff
Heretofore $375.00 MO.VU
Real Mole Coats Taupe Foi trimmed
Two distinct model Coats, 45 inches long;
superior quslity mole, trimmed with dyed Aft
tsupe fox. Heretofore $475.00 4UU.UU
Mole Evening Cape Ermine trimmed
One full length Cape of superior quality
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