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THE WASHINGTON JHERAID. SATURDAY. JANUARV 11', 1913
NEED A GOOD DESK?
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54-Inch Size; Quartered Oak
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It's a desk made with the
excellence of finish, sturdi
ness, and beaut of "design
that characterizes all our of
The price is rcmarkablv
low for iich a high-grade
11th and H Streets N. W.
i R5CC0 Contest
TOPICS- OF- INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ
VELVET HAT AND COAT.
2315-2317 18th St.
Pnone Columbia SB.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
We El Herald SK.OOO conlnl votes.
26 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened with the most com
plete stork of sample shoes ever on
the market 'Twill pay you to calL
W e give Herald $25,000 coateat votes.
Why the Suffragists Tramped
Through Mad and Snow to
Carry Their Message.
These are made of strip il elvet. show
Ins a groundwork nf kings blue under
the black velvet stilpes.
On the hat the velvet is cut on the
liias and Is pullcci smoothl over the
frame showing little draping t the
fide If a fanrj feather ornament of
bright macaw feathers
Tim coat is plain with buttons and
buckle of gold and black eramel
Get all the wear out
of your clothes.
I f l!v to disrard a suit tliat s a
lift in let us rejivenate it
Lxr r' 1 -inlng repairing, and
rr it g
W. H. FISHER
709 9th St. N. W.
Phone M. 1152 and We Will Call.
"Xr in Tie Hmlj j J3X) CortMt.
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phone Main 1031.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
"If lis a H-itton. Me Have It."
V BBSr u w B K3.
By FIltXCES SHAFFER.
Do ou know tliat It is just a bit
funny the way some newspapers and
some folk generally are commenting upon
the recent pilgrimage of the little suf
fragist "armj" from New York to Al
bany, with its secret message to Gov.
Some of them are polite enough to
call the women foolish, but misguided,
while others are not polito at all, for
they varlousl pronounce them fanatics.
Just a shade or two removed from their
English cousins, genuine notorlct -seekers
and but w hat is the use of enumerat
ing all the counts against them, w,hen
that little word "Irresponsible" cover all
that the newspapers laboriously try to
Thes frankl admit that the pilgrims
took to the road and ran the gantlet of
rain. fog. snow, slush, mud. high winds
and a veritable tempest of criticism for
the simple sake of giving publicity to the
causo for -which they flung their banner
to the winds "votes for women
A anted AdirrtMne.
As to the walk .tself in the budding
springtime, the full-blown summer or tho
glorious autumn it would nave been jusi
Pleasant little hollda. with nunureas
of automobllists, horsemen and Pedes
trians alonrr the wav to fling out a word
approval or something else Tney
would have had a right rojal time on
their tramp, but thej would havo been
vcr small figures on a wcu-iraveieu
toad, and would not have made any im
presfelon at all
Thcv would hae Deen voucnsaieu
hardl a line of advertising because, ou
It would lnve Dtcn a pretty lame
iffalr, that walk under Daimy SKies.
HirmiiMi beautiful stretches of countri
and oer roads that tenderly woo the
And thej wer out. not for a bit 01
plav. but for i steady tiow of adver
tising that a what the newspapers say.
and of course thi newspapers are right.
They assert it was for pubjlcit, but
omchow the truth does not seem to
sink In. because the add It was most
unnecessary that the railway would
have brought them and their precious
message without all tha foolish udo
MI Published the slur.
Hut where would have been the vilued
advertising, the column upon column of
space given to those ardent suffragists
in newspapers throughout the tounto
The great metropolitan dallies took up
the storj of 'votes for women' as the
sturdv walkers earried it along from vil
lage to vlllagi almoM from house to
house Tbtv did not sav did not need
to sav whether the liked the storj ot
not but the told it Just the same. And
their esteemed contemporaries' along
the 1 ne kept in telling touch with the
suffragist irmy and reported everything
It said ind did.
some of the farmer folk who saw the
women plodding along, with their living
banners jubllantlj proclaiming the why
for the tramp. In due course of time will
vote one wav or another for a little con
stitutional iniendment grant ng women
the rfht to vot And It may be that
thej saw a new light as the walkers
serenel went bv sometimes pausing tori
a lit of talk again leaving practical j
suffrage doctrine to remind the voters
tint tlu had passed that wav
Or polbl some other women, those!
women who do not want the vote.',
looked out upon the pluck arm and
decides! to adopt their colon-, for women I
are prett um-ertain ' jou know, and!
the.v may be converted when least ex-1
Indeed nobodv knows what little suf-1
frage arrows those marchers ' shotnto I
the Ur ind nobodv can tell where thc I
found their mark '
nut cvervbodv knows what the women
were marching for
me ctnitl Vcenniplialimrnt.
Was there ever i cause in this skepli
cil, slow-moving world of ours that did
not have to be pushed ilong bv folk who
believed it rlghf If tl-e had not
pushed had not shouted aloud, had not
reortcd to tact'es not alvvavs approved
tbe might Just as well have closed their
evrs under a summer sk and gone to
sleep, dreaming Ltoplau dreams
Pink teas gav little receptions, and
drv Ingredients to i dough With the , ', , V """"" "" ""","
hands n.ll the dough into balls the Mze f a sth-In the practical world, and while.
CAP AHD' MUFF SET.
In Planning Meals for Two
Days Left-overs Can
Ham and t!ggs
Rread and Butter Coffee
Rice with sWuag Tomato Catsup
Hot Baking Powder Biscuits
Clover Hone. Tea
Ch ir Tomato Soup Croutons
1-calloped Potatoes. Buttered Lima Beans
Kndivc. French Dressing
Klgs ind Nuts
Omelet with choppeel Ham
LI M IIH
Cream of Lima Bean Soup
Apricot Whip Fngllsh Tea Cakes
Cold Sliced Mutton. Hot Brown Sauce
Baketl sweet Potatoes Bose Silad
Queen of Puddings
English Tea Cvikes Sift together one
up ind a hilf of flour, hilf a cup of
sugar scant half a teaspoontul of salt
and two level teaspoonfuls of baking
, powder with the tips of the fingers work
' in half a rup of butter add half a cup
of currants Beat one egg (tike out a
j tiblespoonful of egg and set isHi to
gl ize the top of the eakes idd about
two tablespoonfuls of milk and mix the
drv ingredients to i dough W ith the
EmArrHHr lit 1
Annual Report of Institution
Contains Interesting Papers
by Noted Scientists.
TELLS OF ARTIFICIAL GEM
Thirty-ieTen Papers of Recent Re
searches and DiicoTeries
A brocade of dull colors In an old
gold ground makes the hat crown and
the greater part of the muff The hat
brim Is faced with a gold-colored satin
and also used for tho lining ot the
Around the hat Is wound a long black
velvet scarf, also lined with the gold-
colored saUn The scarf crosses In the
bick and the ends aro wound around
the nccK as suits the fane. The muff
Is trimmed to match with black velvet.
Mutton Chops l!n Casserole.
Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter, add
threo slices of onion nnd saute In It the
chops cut from the shoulder of mutton
Plac in a casserole one-eiuarter cup each
of c irrot. turnip, celer. and onion, la
the chop on top of the vegetables, add
one cup of stock or hot water Cover
and cook about one and a half hours,
season with salt nnd pepper, add three
potatoes cut in slices and parboiled, nnd
more stock If necessar Cover and cook
until tender Remove cover to brown the
hops and potatoes, hcrve from cas
The Woman 8 Interdenominational
Mlssionar I nlon held a special praver
meeting ut Kplphan Church yesterday
morning This special praer meeting
was decided upon b the Woman's Kor-
ign Missionary Board at its triennial
meeting In Philadelphia some months ago
ind was observed throughout the
The Smlthonslan Institution Jesterday
made public ltB annual report for 1911.
containing thirty-seven papers of inter
est to scientists and laymen. The in
stitution Includes In its report a unique
series of articles on subjects pertaining
to all branches of science, with the re
sults and practical values pertaining
thereto: some especially prepared, others
translated from foreign periodicals and
scientific publications, and still others
written by savants and investigators of
The report Includes articles on the
gyroscope, telegraph, ultra-violet light
chemistry. electrochemistry, artificial
Hones, time divisions of the world, as
tronomy, geolog), entomology, physics,
evolution, ecolog. ornltholog), architec
ture, plijslolog, sanitation, travel, and
A brief article hy M II Marchand,
translated from the French scientific
magazine. Cosmos," deals with tho In
vention of the gyroscopic compass and Its
practical utllzatlon on shipboard.
Two I'aprra on Telegraphy.
On the kindred subjects of telegraphy
and telephony are Included two timely
papers, one by the eminent Italian In-
v.nlnr Mnrrnnl entitled. "iLnatnlMop-
raph," In which some Important ex-1
periments are recorded. Including some
of the accomplishments of trans
oceanic wireless land and ship rommu
nlcatlon; tho other by MaJ George O
Squler, Signal Corps, V S A who
writes on multiplex telegraphy and tcle
phon) by means of electric waves guid
ed b wires
In writing on the topic of Invisible
light. Prof R W. Wood, of Johns Hop
kins University, cites man surprising
experiments performed b him In study
ing the effect of Invisible llght-rajs In
photograph A feature of photographs
taken b the ultra-violet light is that
white appears black and black white
In presenting this Prof Wood illustrates
his article with six reproductions of
photographs taken b visible and ultra
violet lights, whiih present oddly re
versed lights and shadows.
As Illustrating the practical uses of ul
traviolet. Dr Jules Courmont has con
tributes! a paper on the sterilization of
drinking water ! the light ras emit
ted from a quartz mcrcur -vapor lamp
Paper on t. henil.tr.
The volume rot t Una two papers on
ehemistr one b hir William Ramsa.
entitled "Ancient and Modern Views
Regarding the Chemical Klements," be
ing a presidential address delivered at
Portsmouth meeting of the British
Association for the Advancement of Scl-
nce the other, originall a lecture be-
ft 3X5 Pa. Ave
THE BUSY CORNER
Vol Save $3.00 Children's $8.50 Coits
Marked Dow to $5.50
We have not had much winter weather yet, but past experience teach
es that we do have the most severe cold weather In February and March.
Provide the children with warm coats for these treacherous months, and
In doing so save S3 00 for other things
S5SSH55PTS' PIAIN CLOTHS.
S?,5V,RSXSi-. STRIPED CLOTilS,
ROUGH MIXTURES. PI.A'3 CLOTHS.
Some made In Norfolk style, with belts, large sailor collars or notch
ed collars; some with tailored or patch pockets: some Peter Pan styles;
lined throughout with flannel. Broken lots sizes 3 to 6 only.
Clearance of Children's Hats
In scratch felts, plain felts, colored velvets, also some white felts. Re
duced to half price, as follows.
$6 values at $3 00. $3 values at $2 50. $3 alues at $1.50.
Children's Wear Store Second Floor.
fore the Fellows of the Chemical So
ciety "Of London, by Prof. Theodore
William Richards, of Harvard Univer
sity, is on "The Fundamental Properties
of tho Elements."
Joseph W. Richards, of Lehigh Lnl
verslty, has written for the report an
article on "What Eiectrocnemisiry
Accomplishing, ' In which he shows the
part taken by this comparatively new
science In modem Industrial progress.
Including its entry Into many manu
facturing enterprises and Industries
Following the contributions on chem
istry, is one by Noel Heaton, concern
ing the production and identification of
artificial precious stones, a suoject ot
no little romantic interest, due to the
fact that men of science have for cen
turies strained the'r Ingenuity in at
tempting to solve the imstery of the
origin of Jewels In order to gain for
themselves both fame and wealth D
producing them artificially
Concerning astronomy. J A. Piaskclt.
of the Dominion bservatory, Ottawa.
Canada, has permitted the reprinting of
an article presented by mm as an ad
oress before the Rojal Astronomical So
ciety of Canada, on some of the recent
Interesting developments In this subject.
A topic of general concern In regard
to the legal divisions of time in the
various countries Is In the form of a
translation of a French article by Dr
M Phllippot. astronomer at the Royal
Observator of Belgium, and offers con
siderable Instructive Information With
out becoming too technical. Dr Philip
pot's article discusses time In general
and also touches on the relations of the
time divisions in different countries and
zones, which become more readll regu
lated as International communication Is
extended and Improved upon.
Mnnj- Other Paper..
Among the other papers there are
"The Age of the Earth." by J Joly.
' International Air Map and Aeronautical
Marks." by Ch Lallemand, "Geolog'e
Work of Ants In Tropical America, b
J C Branner. ' On the Value of the
Fossil Floras of the Arctic Regions as
Evidence of Geological Climates by A.
G Nathorst, ' Recent Advances in Our
Knowledge of the Production of Light
b Living Organisms," by F. Alex. Mc
Dermott. "Organic Evolution Darwinian
and do Vrieslan." b N. C Macnamara,
'Magnalia N-iturae. or the Greater Prob
lems of Biology," by DArcy Wentworth
Thompson. "A History of Certain Crest
Horned Owlcs." by Charles R. Kejer
"The Passenger Pigeon. by Pehr Kal n
(17J3), and John James Audubon (ISSJi,
"Note on the Iridescent Colors of Bi? t
and Insects," by A Ma Hack; "On i
Positions Assumed by Birds In Kllgb'
by Bentley Beetham. "The Garden
Serpents, Butanan. Brazil." by S. Po ,
'Some Useful Native Plants from 1, w
Mexico," b Paul C Standley; "t"
Tree Ferns of North America." by WU
iam R. Maxon. 'The Value of Andm:
Mexican Manuscripts In the Studj oi
the General Development of Writ'
by Alfred M. Tozzer. "The Disco ve S
of the Art of Iron Manufacture." b w
Belck, 'The Kables of North Af .
by A Llssauer "Chinese Archlt j--and
Its Relation to Chinese Cu -b
Ernst Boerschmann "The Le a'
Klentchang. Western China. by p.
Legendre. "The Physlolog of Sle. r. b
It Legendre, "Profitable and Frum3
IJnes of Endeavor In Public Health
Work." by Edwin O Jordan. ' r -tor
Sanitation and Efflc'enc,' by C K v
Winslow "The Ph slologlcal 'fiita
of Ozone b Leonard Hill am' -
Flack. "Traveling at High fapeef i
surface of the Earth and Abov t n
H S Helc-Shaw, "Robert K. V
1S10. b C J M and 'Sir Jo )
ton Hooker. 1S17-1911. ' by Lieu ol
"Itrdllsht" IIIU Into
The Senate District Commit
day ordered a favorable rep
Ken on "redlight" bill. whi
against the plan of segrega
of ill fimc. and holds prop- "
personall responsible for
of their properties. An ad -
was ordered on the bill
penalt for crueltv to an! i
l'nliita on Floor ot
had a fainting spell on tl
House yesterda. but qui
to treatment. Mr I-angle
i a spirited debate on t
when he was observed to
taken to the cloak root:
tended by Representativ -linols.
who Is a phslclz'
$2.50 German Silver
Mesh Bags $1 .69
For .... -L
Mesh Bags were never more popu
lar than this cason--and to da s
talc provides an unusual saving on
the most desirable kinds
Germ in Mlver Mesh Bags mad of
unbreakable close) mesh large size
with long chain Frames of hand
some engraved German silver.
Regular J: :o value at Jl 03
OPEN TO-NIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK.
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE'
Special "Purity" Lunch To-day.
We w'U serve the following lunch to-day from 4 30 to
7 3n p m in our new Purlt ' Lunchroom
Ham Tongue or Cheese Sandwich, Cup of Cof- 14
fee piece of Home-made Pie X1C
5c Cakes oi
6 for 19c
THIS COUPON and 19c fe- SIX
regular 5c cakes of Olelnr La-ifdr
Soap, known and used b iV ma
lorlty of Washington hou'-'s,lvea
Grocer Dept . Basement. il
13 12th St. N. W.
r . t tr H Herald 3.000 ConUrt.
Means natural fHv -r and highest nu
HtntrMinc miEvD ad pics.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
W. Git. Vote. In Th BalMi XSU0D CtmtttU
1 1SM RESH I
Wl MEATS I
of an Knglish walnut
Set the balls in i 1 uttered pan some
I distance apart, brush over the tops with
the egg dredge with sugar and hike
In a quirk oven rvc hot This recipe
I makes "bout fifteen lakes
Itose 5alad Boll live beets of uniform
size while hot pour cold water over
tlwm ilriin and remove the skins, hol-
I low out the centers with a sharp knife
ut the hollowed beets into petals, cut
ting down two-thirds of the wav In
the centers drop a tablespoonful of
mavonmise dressing and around this -ir-rmce-
kernels of nuts Serve on chilled
, lettuce leaves
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
23GESLN.E. Phono L. 497
w. GIt ctn In Tie HtnWl 3 000 CoclM.
Special Jordan and
Chocolate Almonds, lb.
Ml Kinds ut Kane; Boxes.
We take orders for Sunday school
ind other entertainments
1M3 II Ft
Ue give Hi
: Dth St N w
'-OOP contest votes.
Will repair your sewing machine
proDerly. no matter what make.
Eend postal, or phone M-S235
Corner 3d and H Streets N. VV.
V. Git. Vcta In To. Holla 1 13.900 CxJMU
GENERAL FURNISHING STORE
Everything for father, mother, and
3304 Ca. Ave. Col. 1334.
Ot roar vote hen tn ne-ald C5.000 Contett.
YOU CAN RELY ON
Horeer little jou pa. a full meas
ure of Quality Is assured
cole & swan, ,3rt,:,;;r
We site Ilrrnld S25.000 contest totes.
This skirt Is a fix gored model with
the closing at the left side of the back.
It has a plait at the lower part of the
front and back gores, which give con
venient and graceful width at the bot
tom riie skirt ma be used for sep
arate wear or as part of a complete cos
tume or coat sdt
The pattern. No. flOSU Is cut In sizes
. to 30 Inches waUt measure Medium
size will require 4 yards of 36-Inch ma
terial Width of lower edge Is 2 sards.
the suffragist army might have thought)
up another, possibl i better scheme
than the one oack of that long tough
walk to Alban. one doubts that It
vould have reached an farther or been
inv better advertised
nd, Tfter all barring the danger of
colds, the straining of muscles unused
to the t,st. and pprhaps i few other dls
igreeable features was the tramp an
more spectacular thin some of the craz
feats that men and women perform In
the simple name of cptettalnmcnt'
And the women theselves
It is all a question of taste, perhaps,
but as for some of us. we cannot b any
possible stretch of the imagination call
these, trampers. out for a well-defined
cause, absurd, ' ' ridiculous," and a few
other things, and then closo our ecs
and our ears to the very wild, meaning
less fads and fancies of other folk when
thev wish to pass nn evening or a da
in the most spectacular plej
111l we do mightilv like to be con
sistent whether we alas achieve It or
McCalley & Kibbey's Entire Stock at ? Price and Less
Continuation of the Great Selling of Women's High-class Ready-to-wear Apparel With Values That V 1 Make
Saturday One of the Busiest Days in the History of This Remarkable Economy Event.
The sale of McCallej &. Kibbej's entire stocks at 40c and 30c on the dollar continues to attract record crowds n --. '
eager to share the extraordinary bargains offered as the result of this important purchase, which has proved the n -
advantageous event of its kind ever known in Washington. In point of value-giving, variety of up-to-date stvles jiki 'j;1- , a
itv of merchandise no previous sale of women's garments, ever approached in money-saving importance the prcs t f crnv "'
this well known specialty store's stock, and alert shoppers have been prompt to avail themselves of its rare cccncm. If t
have not supplied our needs from the splendid assortments of winter attire here, don't put off coming am longer. Dcia) may . n
disappointment in not finding here the particular style .vou want in our size. To-day we will be prepared to s.-rve '! vis h rs
prompt! and satisf ever' requirement as to stvle and size.
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of Suits
Lot 1 Women's Tailored Suits, worth 20 and 23. at.. $7.75
Lot 2 Women's Tailored Suits, worth $27 50 and SK). at. $11 75
I.ot 3 Women's Tailored Suits, worth $:13 and HO, at... $15 75
m one-quarter cup of butler add
one cup sugar graduallv, and continue
beating, then add two well-beaten eggs
ind beat the three Ingredients together
until verj light, using the egg beater
sift together one and three-quarters cups
nour with two and thref-quarters tea
spoons baking powder, and add alter
nate!, with hilf cup of milk, to the first
mixture Add one-half teaspoon vanilla
Put In buttered pan and bake about forty
minutes in a moderate oven Split whllo
warm, spreading the following filling on
Lthe lower half. Mix half a cup of sugar.
one-qu-irter cup flour and grated rind
and Juice of one lemon and two table
spoons cold water Cook In the double
boiler ten minutes'; cool, fit on the upper
hair of cake and press together.
Delicious Date Pie.
Three pounds of dates; cook in water
enough to cover till tender; then sift two
quarts of milk, three eggs, one teaspoon
tul ot salt, no sugar or flavoring re
quired; cook same as scjuash pies This
makes three large pies
One cup of dates, put them In boiling
water, reed them when they are soft:
dr for .a few moments in oven, chop
them; add one-half cupful of chopped
apple, one-half cupful of orange puId.
above pattern can be obtained by I one-quarter cupful of nuts broken In
sending 10 cents to the pattern depart-1 small pieces. Serve wlUi French dress-
tnent of The Washington Herald. lng.
Misses' and Junior Coats
From the McCalley 8c Kibbey Stock.
Mines' and lunior Coats, worth $12 50, at $5 00
Misses' and Junior Coats, worth $22 50, at $8.75
Children's Winter Coats
From the McCalley 8c Kibbey Stock.
Lot 1 Coats worth $3 and $6, at $2 95
Lot 2 Coats worth $8 and $10. at $4 98
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Evening Wraps, Coats and Capes.
$7.30 Broadcloth Evening Capes, offered for $2 98
$12 50 Broadcloth Evening Capes, offered for $4 98
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Silk, Net and Chiffon Waists.
.$.' and $3.50 Chiffon, Lace and Silk Waists and Shirts $1.88
$8 and $10 Silk and Chiffon Waists $3 45
McCalley & Kibbey's Winder Coats
Choice of Women's Coats, worth $1S and $20 S6.75
Choice of Women's Coats, worth $22 30 and $875
Choice of Women's Coats, worth $27 30 and $ 51175
Choice of Women's Coats, worth $35 and $40. at $15.75
Misses' and Junior Suits
From the McCalley & Kibbey Stock.
Lot 1 Tailored Suits, worth $13, at $5 00
Lot 2 Tailored Suits, worth $25, at $7.50
McCalley & Kibbey's Stock of
Beautiful Lingerie Waists.
.$1 50 and .$2 00 French Lingerie Waists 6? .
$2 50 and .$3.00 French Lingerie Waists 8-r
$3 50 and $4 00 Hand-embroidered and Lace Trimmed
$5 00 and $6 00 Finest Embroidered Lingerie Waists $f3
Women's "Slip-on" Raincoats.
Formerly Sold at $5. Our Price. $J59
McCalley &. Kibbey's stock of Women's "fallp-on" Raincoai el
made and full-cut garments, cut In the latest fashion, correc toJft
nt . All . j
w. I tail 4ll OKC3. i ft
s,nM hf v.r1lA,f t V(hhav fni- flA H nil am Our TlTlCC. CSC 1 t -9
$8 50 Double-texture English Raincoat at
McCALLEY & KIBBEY'S FURS AND FUR COATS
Red Fox Sets.
McCalley & Kibbey's
price, J25 00.
Sale price, $12.50.
Black Fox Sets.
McCalley S. Klbbej's
price, 330 00
Sale price, $15.00.
Sale price, $11.50.
'Sale price, $29.75.
McCalley Ac Kibbey e
Sale rrice, $27.50.
Natural Brown Fonyskln Fur Coats, full
length, lined with brocade satin. McCalle)
S. Klbbe's price, J90 00. Our price.
Genuine Russian Ponyskln Fur Coaisj full
length, lined with satin duchesse. McCal
ley & Kibbey's price. J60 00. Our prlcf.
Trimmed Russian PonS!ii Bat cj.ts, with
collars of civet cat. black 'at k isjc rac-oi-Full
length. McCalley & - tcay n prte. ,39.v7
Our price, A . -.
Black Ponyskin Coats, McCap1rcice.&aCoo!,e5r's Sale price, $15.75. Hudson Seal Coats, &. tiw iYSale price, $59.50.