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I I n n n n fv w T m w
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I p THE EVENING WORLDM FRIDAY JUNE 51908
f IBIG CUT IN fffS
or Of RECEIVERS Of
I KNICKERBOCKEI
I Appellate Division Reduce
the Total Allowance from
i 225000 to 60000
1
EACH LOSES 55000
r
f Total Expenditures for tin
I Liquidation Reduced from
300000 to 80000
Each of the three receivers of the
S Knickerbocker Trust Company to day
lost 53000 by a decision of the Appel
ij late Division of the Supreme Curt Ir
ff Kings County The receivers were al
S lowed JOOOOOO by the Appellate Judtro
V ai against an allowance to them ol
ps 125000 by Justice Clark
Further reduction was made In the
p Allowance of counel fees Justice
Clark permitted J73OiX > to o In making
the total expense of the receivership
< 300000 The Appellate Judges allowed
jl KOOCO for counsel fees which puts the
total cost of the receivership at JbOOOO
I Receivers Who Are Hit I I
> t Former Coporatlon Counsel George
ff IA Hives Ernst Thalman the bankei
r and Gen Henry C Ide fatherinlaw I
l of Congressman Bourke Cockran were
f the receivers of the Knickerbocker
v Trust Company They were discharged
j itortly before the reopening of the
Trust Company last March i
i c It Is understood that comparative
tntcments published In connection I
L A with the urnlnatlon of the liquidation
ff or the Home Bank of Brooklyn greatly
t
influenced the Appellate Division of the I
I Second Department Superintendent of
e Banks Clark William under the new I
1 banking law administered the reor
t ganliation of the Home Bank IK an I
Ii expense of about JJOO which was cx I
clusively set forth several days ago by I
K1 The Evening World
Geoigp W Wlckersham Frederick U 1
t r Von Vorst and Henry L Schauornan
l are the three lawyers who will hivc to
trlke some erultuble division of tile
i IMOJJ allowed for conns Mr Wlel i
eraham was the choice of Mr Rtvca
while the others were selected by Mr I
r f Thalman and Gen IdeS I
fr < S AttorneyGcneiul Jackson announced
t ffi tols Intention ot lighting the JOOCC9 al
ff Jowancc made by Jusilce Clark Im
V mediately after the receives had con 1
fr eluded their wcrk Mr Jackson said
> that it was Ms understanding V ion
r S the receivers were appointed thj there
y was to be no counsel Mr Ilhos fis a
lawyer being put on the receivership
to attend to its legal work
ii Jurticc a Unit
The Appellate Division of Brooklyn
Jwns a unit In cutting down the I nick
l erbocker allowance ThJ Judges sign I
t fc ing the order were Justice Uaynor
g K Jllller Jcnks Woodward and Ito iker
of
< It seems Iran that the dlnctors
P the Knickerbocker Trust Company
C should send couniel here ti ala In
r > favor of the S3i iOOO compeiuatlon
I
I1 wrote Iiiftlc Gayncr In his opinion It
5 Imparts a strange moral asprt to the
tt case to say the least The allowance nf
X1 jTSnoo to eah receiver for compensation
nnd the same sum for their counsel Is
A o dlrprcportlonate as to wear the ap
f1 pearance of unhampered iidl < ial d
I cretlpn and Judgment hut of havlnc ben
A rrniiKcil lntm > on I lit riieU I
J iud Ihi dlrrctorn or tin1 unt
t mill nilonieil li > tin
i7 rnroiniii > i
r 4 J < fnrrt ultlioitt the itrol o or cnn
IrolHiiB JuilKiiipnt n ml iliMiTitlin
JlThe amount nile wp1 the temporary
0 jywlvers who senel fnly nve nmntls
i gwaft < o grossly exfMlve ns to amount to
> r snollntlon nf the fletN of lh >
f frnst rnmpnny and the rder mu he
j Jt reversed or rso midlfled f > r th rers n
it1 To nlb w it to sard would impiit
t p neral distrust of the admlnlslrat n of
1 Jiiftlce
r The apnllatlon of Attrrn ° vG > rrT
r > Jackson for an order for rcfeonc 11
s f be tRkm for the piirpoR of airulnc at
ft1 the fair compnsitlon of tle r ever ilp
fjnas turned iwn hv the AppllTt
tf DIvlMnn l > ecau e It tos a s 1111 fifh r
I expense Tif Court hail the pow u
J to cut down tho cost rf the re lver p
I
1 f TOOK HOSPITALS POISON
I I
i
Orderly In llnrliin CiiHtltiidcn ns
g Tlrpil ol llfo i
I < John Hull an orderlv In tho IIirlm
Hospital wakel ft at ninn ay
o > pcd at On Hundred and Tlrty
tlxth strest and ri1 avenue nnd aftf
lrlnllnc the covenN of a btilo
n nmnshed tK1 gn4 n alnit the hrd
i wall of a houft A p llotMian hurried
t C him Into the IIO IT vlwie It vvs du
covered that he 1 11 swalowei r nli
K thn of rarbollc acid p sild ha wantl
c to dc
t Th doctors said ih > olntl n wnv tno
i wek to 1 > lIt him ant the pntumini
and Hiil tPii1 rn c 111 tIn uy
S i 1hen the 10111 l rtcldptl hey nad h
ttr reexan Hui srd ticv nrleel
the rulceian to brln hn i1k
Hull hid henii minlv f r im > tliie
He Ivel at Xo 3 rashlrifoi > i
I Ilrookly
0
NEW ERA IN SURGERY
f ANNOUNCED TO DOCTORS
<
I t
CHirxno Tro r The dawn of a
fryw era in surgery vas annotlne d to
I diy hv Dr Hobcrt T T Morris of
New Vcrlc in ths rreatine of Ihe
JBlirserv fitfil n cf tho American Medl
ic ell Aniolollin Un dClared that rut
If wev Is nt niejnt In the pathItai
1 Taprl that It H at the dawn of tne phys
iroloslcal oerlod
STOCKS RISE IN
A SLOVV MARKfT
Harriman Issues Reading and
Kansas and Texas Best
I in the Trading
Stocks were mixed nt the start to
ilav with the tradlni slow Fraction
gains wen resitinil In the Ilirrl
man nIi and HIMUIK mul Kan ta
ind T Mii pnferrnl iKlined 1 Oilier
wife i in tI OCt litIt 00 4 wore narvv
nter nnces tot sluily mm the uinfr
cinerailv ii > id smail advances
The closing was at the hlSiest of the
day Riuiu averiglng a point Missouri
Pacific wis a veuk feature losfiig I J
1 The total Mile of Mocks wire 37WX
I shares and of bind fiMiOuo
I
Tin Climluir 1rlren
Toilay hlKtc lowest ant tnt rrKos nr
flocks nnd nt pet chanefs as conumrel with
> estcifla final flsircs me as folljAs
Net
Hleh Iin lat hr
Amal Copper iwiv > l Ml T
Am Car It Fy all IS S3i
Am lee Co HTS 1t 1 + I
Am Incniiotlve lii JM ItI
Am 111 Her 7SU 7S a 1 It
Am Suear I < 12s t2 1
Am Tel T Co us ItT II I I
AnaconJa Mlnlni Uij 41i I
vi Mj + L
X T t K siij
I all t oilo ti > > Ml J I
llrookljn It T 4 n 4it
Can 1aclfle 1MH4 ISsij lvti I
Ch t urilo jI i 41 1 4VV I I
c M JL St p IEI tau ta k + I
Oil t tt i 7 I4 t i 1l
Chic fc NW Ito Jvi tat l i
Cal Fuel X Iron K i t i 7 t
ot tojtifrM n 4 lf a
Conl lIa itt2 12t riM
tft Sec Corp tl il M I
Erie i T Si + I
ot Nor nf jn uii la I I a
Intr Ict IIS lit J 1Ij
III Ctnlrnl 11hi llii 1 Itt1 + 17
Inter l > uinp 4V 45 I
lul > f Nash Uf In7 Ill iij 17 I
Mfv CJT 1HU At I111j T I i
Minn ft St I SJij Z115 ttJI +
i Minn M 1ASSM 111 lfi I tIlL 15
Mo Kan fc Tex 7i lfi4IU inua ± I
I Io Ine 01 EI 49 I
Nit Ieai lt nii 17 + I I
I J fi I
Norfolk ttl West II ni in
N Y Central 104 lIIVj IIL1 l I
I Nortli lic lra 114 13V + I
Ont t WI 4flA in JAlr 0 I
Pennylvanla 121H 1O1 lllll +
ITtssori Slifel ttS LJ ttC
fly tel SPS r aIding
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Iteidlns liHi II tt 1 +
Itep MPS li IS 1 I
II i Steel t I2tIi j t
It > ek Islinl IS 17l IV +
Heck IsUnl pf 1S i t
South rte St = 1 211 4
Soutli Itv 1 W U 1 1
South ItI tif lt 4S11 4t I
Thlnl lenue r i nt o I
fnlan Pacific IK IHir PI 4 214
C S n C Co 4S 4 < IS 7
f S trel 3T < 1 II I > Fs I
r s stcet pf imi imn 11 > I
ftii Cooaer Sl7 1lt 11I1 > 5
Vnln < i 12 12 Jr 4 1 4
Vnh1 nf JlO 2 T
WellnehJUe 4 > v 4t II I I
wt 1n Tfl 53 Si t ZU 1
Mix HvHerd
I Advance IVdlne I
RUN OVER TRYING
TO SAV CHILDREN I
Firemen John OBrien who 109 tlio
bis Clinton Hook anil Ladder truck In
Ml Vcrnoi is In n ferlous condition at
he hospital there as the result of In
lurles c received trying to stop his
unnway team IVhIIh IIP feared would
dash his two little children ta tieir
lentil lie had stopped on South Thlr
veniic at Mt Vernon 10 see his ductor
an1 loft hIs little sin hid daughter un
hi truck The lnrej became fright
neil and ran away
OHrlen ran after them and while try
Ins to jump en the truck was musl
in the lines and driffKed beneath the
horses hoofs wlich liidlv lacerated his
E alp anI Ihn tli < wheels of the truk
lunt over his cheat The rinavays ntr
aught after running two blocks
Are my ciilldron safe Xcv r mind
me look after them was the first
Ihlni OBrien said on reioveriTE con
fcloiuness at the liospltil
aysHair
II ealth
Never Fails to
RESTORE GRAY cr FAB
iTIf fARo its NATURA
COLC and BE tiTTT
i N tnatr how Ions it Ills lccn gray
or fade Prumotc t luxuriant Kr < tn
nf health ar bti T Its fs lii mI
ard pcsjticly remove DJIJ
diutJ Keeps air sift and Rlu5 > y
Refuse all substitutes 2t times as
much in 5100 as 50o sie
I IS NOT A DYE
Phlld liar Pf1 Co Nmark N J
01 and SOc liottSes al DrUIJIJ15IS
Vim L DOUCLAS
3 50 SHOES 10
Atrialwillconviree
I I you that YiMiDoug I I
I las fyJSO ihc23 aic r t
the beEtlllthewor l J W t
StoB r SreaUf New Vtk l ti
41 Ion tcs por II d r I L
I tui Ur ility or i v
CM liOiil RJ I Ult i kol
1113 Hr n l ar or i s
1 < 11111 1TI > J0t u t i
MSIHVJ ltie t
t 1i t trCt 4f1 1
74 I hlril
K > Thid VT 0 loth It t
Toj nllrrtvrnu I u
twonIHh t 1471 VI Ih t I i
VA tni AT ror C I St 70 T 0 IIloh < n
I l c ftnlilh t vni > 1VT llti Vy
I rt iiij iN > nrkT 11 I nliondicor Pert
I Hwrk 71 Jloi Sltrrl 41 t lUll AT
t r 8i DENT Pii1A Fi
z fUJ TiG t1 7
t 7 TO IE
bD fif
t k ff dSELf7L
i Icm mJ r
e9 BEGINNING
J IN THEEffNN6WOIZD
S MONDAY tUNE B 14 Ifj J
f v WTN J
kfKKEAINGTSN 1
CALLS fOR DEATH
i Of DRHmS BY i
THE EXECUTIONER
I
Attempt on Life of Major Fol
lowed hy Bitter Attack I
of Paris Papers II
IAIUS June Whether the attempt
upon the life of Major Alfred Dreyfus
j at the time of the piiclnf of the body
of Umile 7Jla In the IMntlu on was
the Individual act of a man liellevln
hlm > elf to have lieen an outrisid
patriot or had beilml It an Incipient
I Njtlonallt plot the Hepubllcan pr > s
Is unanimous In dept acIng the Incident
I and believe it Injured rather than
I aided that itue Kvcn those papers
I which doubted the wisdom of burying
i Zola in the Pantheon think that tho I
I
I shooting of Major Dreyfus consil I
dated the Republican sentiment and
they evidently desiio to en the Incl I
dent die out a > quickly a > pll1le
Any attempt to reupun the old Drey
fus issue at the trial of Louis Gre I
son the man who shot toe Mijor yes
terday they pjlnt out can cislly be I
frustrated us being plainly extraneous i
On the other hand the fury of the
Nationalist papers Is unbounded IAc 1
lion Krincilso tires a Invadslde which
recalls the niost exciting davs of try I
fn and Uoulanger At thiMicad of Is
I
columns this nouspaper print1 a stat
ment bv Charles Maiirras hlei It Is I
likely the authorities will Invistlsao j
In this article the writer ays that on
Wedrisday nlpiit a resolute patriot I
visited M Daudet and leuL liolsMuury
and himself offered to kill Drejfus but
Ills proposal was rejected
I
A leadlns editorial In this pipr ap
I
prnls I j the country to turn tj tlio
L ukc of Orleans for redress and concludes
I
cludes tilt Ii these words Do rOil d
tiro that Kolas body be ejecliil from I
the 1amheonV Do sotl cleiro to maivh
Dreru to thl cxscutiun blucl If so
nvciKe our ICIn1 I
The ilrciliin 0 the for of > asi
tlnn to rut iff the time for iin u peil
the ripei < vs is iil nil I LO i
ludis > lis ort ct o > ws
Vhrt ic ask for I It e fl I < not s x
Ixils from a revolver but the twelve
IniKti if thi ot iii lou IIuaI
On POTIM sister is unable to account
I r1 his art except thai he win carried
I a > vny by lxiIlttial lUll Ilt the liln thnllhe
lrn in which he IMI ill las life
iiti nhlh lit s I y love
MM iirtt n VlhtII II ilaiH Iho nitthor
o Ui DvMrli Sin sti her hiMtlnr
I Iv hail illnplayetl fyiiipuiina of mI
a i ola The authorities are pursuing
ncr itivestlBitlnn with the view of dr
iinnlnlnp whether or not there It a
plot behind the attempt of ye terday I
This mornln Oregorl was taken to his
apartment nnJ wis present while the
police made a thorough seirch of tIa
moms for pox Mi Incriminating docu
ninii Their efforts developed nothing
of Importance
Th < bull has not rnt ben Ichinit ely
linatel The ilotorV bulletin I ed tn
ii > siv thn condition of the patient Is
r fctory
0
JOB WAS TIRED OF LIFE
Si lie AVrotf to iillrtv mill
Ttinifil fin tin Can
Jrippli A Job lilly year old nt Xo
fi Kas Seventh street a clfcar manu
fieturer who wa < Minposed to iiavo I
bet ii well iinddwctl with worldly goad
but fuffored from III health commute 1
suliHe hv cas seme time between lat I
tilsht and oleviij oclock this moriilnz I
This 1110 nil t2 Charles cilnmiiic of i
Jersey Cltv n ntBhew resolved a letter
If in Hi i uncle vllcb road I am sick I
tind tired tif the whole thins Come nt
once Glumlnc lost no time In hurrv
Ire over and turousa him the sulcld I
vn discovered
r
23d StreetWest
For Saturday Only I
Tailored Waists i
500 VAD1ES TAILORED WAISTS
mack of finyt French Lawn and
Handkerchief linen open front
lone sleeves tucked back entire
front tucked and daintily embd
I
Spcaici 295 Special i
I
Tailored Suits
Kxceptxal Value
I
j500 AND 3000 VHKY SMART
PRINCE CHAP SUITS of all
wool materials in plain and col
ors and novelty stripes I
V oiiens and misses sizes
special 1250 QVia 1
BONAFIDE REDUCTIONS I
IN STYLISH WELL jllDE CLOiHING
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
t Mens Bue Serge Suits Brown Worsted
Suits Brown Cassimers Suits Lie hi Colored
VVcrsfed Suis Fancy Clieviol Suits Light
I Colored Ouling Suits All Go Ai 12 and Less
r
TODAY AND TOMORROW
At ffdn Cor 6th Awe
lli tEiTi1 23dSi
MUST SELL iirtORMOUS STOCK
Too Many Goods in the Store
We will sacriiiee every garment at
MANiJFACTUaES COST ni3 LESS
EVERYTHING REDUCED
I Elegant Bu begz iin i ior Aen sizes H 4p 0
I to 44 cnest measurement reduced to 65
t Worth 512
8
3J hne Worsted Suits l neat dark sty es ine 00
P dium coors and ignt patterns reduced to 7
w rti SI5 °
f
i Cut III Made Blue Serge Sms s Ik or sitin 00
< lned also browns and o ves reduced to 8 II
I tth S20
f
r a
j
Ilgh C ajs Brown and Olvj Worsted n 00
S and Ia cy Chev Suits reduced to U
> j VI rii 2o
r
r u H
Wns Worked and lieiif C brsd Outing Trousers
I I a LO 185 rnJ 8225 worh d j ube
I
J These Are Gsiy aFewotiiMvny Bargains
m Our Entire Jtock Has Been Red ced Way iJoivn
Cor Sixth Ave
M fi 2Sd Street
I d6pEJ OPEM SATcUOAV EVENING
1 llij UNTI 10 OCLOCK
15 Chance to Gel fine Clothfrn and Save Money
r Z 2 JQ6
w
= = i o
fr I 1Gff J f = rl CM L o < i
11 lPt IVHMNCij LMIL y OCLOCK
I I iO tsiti hi ilinnni in 1 iri i nlatlnn Ill
F IIM IIIin Z I 0 0 thh II t fr ru r 1 1 lIn Irlld 1 IAIJ r II
t Agents for iRAN RAPIDS FUR > llfURE
S rit for
m i < < ttw pLEry
KS
Our New 1J U 7H I 3
I Catalogue i UtQfft I it
1 Mailed Free tl J y UVAUUE4S30
t
S40 V orth 53 Down S6 Worth S5 own
r lI Fflp S i Ia I 11 i f lIlt II I IIIIIUI1 rnlcln
IIIu iii 1ii 111 t U It illllll II III llt
tlk Iliisiliiy Cne
L j her Uimtr Iirnih u rtT < int ni MIII id Ill u
II Id Im 51111 Malis anili Iron
lfiil Li IMilnr 111 in i ir n 1
r II a m r 11 r1 lied
i < Inlli lira Irrtl t o imiMs ri rsisin n frr
1t6r
Ii iinu nif liiii > nnd v uMlil ri ti 1uJ lira trlmmrilt HII
L Iije pair I Imnl tll Iri 111 Slnu
5III il tIll iartte t In fill I t Z 1111 W X
tJrhtaI 011 i II aIr Irlllhrr 11
1 11111 11111111 I HII t I 1 h era I Creitt I erm 1111 llflI riiiI1Ii1
I IIlIk I
tt
llNI IIIIUI r nl ultliIntInc
IIUIII iirs oth 7O joa n I S Vek lIh Tullrl Sri III
rn iliral mlrru u r II r In I lOli 2 O tIirer
1 111112 I IC SI > I kill IJF S Ont <
1 I I I >
llIIC ShIll r II 5
hit Irl iitri ala
gltarainlrez Ifiilli 110 200 e 251 Ill It II r li e n
Ciiurlii II nuU iiine t I J t J 511 ilnrit cr Ilrfrlcrru
eul tliulr ijl oJ I U IlIrh
I Dlldn Tnlile rll I Ill T I I m IIItlllll 100 10 mZ
Jplii Illiuirr lot f Tlnuurei Kilrhen
I Tnhle C I ter I 0 Our rm Ib In In Nrn Soric rntdri ia TiriN
n s in Irn l llrlnth
I I IP JTh
I
tm BlftQt1h llo
Announce that their Establishment
will remain open tomorrow u nt 51 6 P IY1
Special Sales Saturday
Masses tVa stS = 14 16 18 Yrs
Lawn and Batiste Waists sISo i i nQ 2P
trimmed with embrOldery and lace J U 9 J VU 9 >
China and Foulard Silks 395 495 < 69
Misses and OUrls Apparel
Distinctive Styles at Decided Reductions
Misses Tailormade Suits Q
01 1 3G5 0
o
various styles and materials 14 and 16 yrs
Heretofore 3250 to 4500
Misses the remainder Junior of Suits this seasons models 0 p5 to 1 V j is
Heretofore 1050 to 2750
Girls Reefers In checks and solid colors f
Heretofore S550 to 950 4 19 D
Childrens Coats 29S
Heretofore S450 to 575 a t
Misses SkirtS of bik nd blue Mohair
39
PiaitiJ Model with dap fod Value 650 < u > > i >
Misses and Childrens
Trimmed Hals I
II
Reduced to SL935 295 I
Formerly 550 arj 850
SECOND FLOOR
Boys Young lens Clothing
Clearance Sale of Broken Lots I
Boys of fancy Norfolk CassiTcrss and Doublebreasted alt Ciuvioss Suits 5 37S 550
Fnrmerh S195 to S45 I
I
Boys Reefers and Russian Suits S 375 550 675
Formerly Sl95 to 995
I
Young Mens Suits this sejors lest shies 1900 1 v DO
gray tin brovn fancv Cluxiots Worsteds = 9 i
Formerly SI150 to 950 II
Vcst f wen tythird Street II
CAMMEYER
6h Ave Cor 20th St
June Clearance Sale
of Fine Shoes
For Men Women and Children
IN OUR BASEMENT STORE
Now is the time to purchase your family
footwear and our tor2 is the place i
Hens 5300 Oxfcrds 5185 In Patent Lfithe
and Gun Metal Calf
Mens 400 and 500 Shoes at 3250 In
Patent Leather Box Calf Velour Calf and Black Kid
Button Late and Blucher
Boys 300 Oxfords at l5 In Patent Colt
skin and Velour Calf Hand welted soles
Our regular 20 line of lens Shoes and Oxfords
In all leathers are the equal of any 350 Shoe3 I
500 shown Pairs elsewhere Mens Sample Oxfords sizes 6 6 ½ and 7 I
in all leathers and every new shape These are
simples of the Highest Grade Shoes every O 50
pair worth S500 or more Sale price A U
Misses and Childrens 200 Shces at 100
Brown kid Button and lace sizes 8 to lOVi and
11 to 2 A B and C widths only
Childrens 125 Shoes at 85c Black Kid
Lace sizes 6 to loVi I
Womans 400 Oxfords 250 In Tan Calf
Gun Metal and Patent Leather short vamp Cuban
heels hand welted soles
Womens 400 Christy Ties at S2SO In tan
Calf and Gun Metal Kid hand turned soles
Womens 400 Two Iyclet Ties 200 In
Patent Leather and Gun Metal Calf Cuban heels
hand welted soles
Our regular 200 line of Womens Oxfords Christy
Ties and Merry Widow Pumps a S350 Shoe All
leathers In every new style
Infat ts 150 Shoes at SOc On our Childrens
Bargain Counter will be found the greatest values
ever nffrred Thousands of pairs of Infants Shoes
and Ankle Ties In Blue Pink Red Tan Pongee and
Black Kid Former price St50
Store open Saturday Evenings until 10 oclock
u CAMMEYER
Stamped on c 5rne Mcns Standdrd of Merit
I
THE BEST BOOK OF ITS KIND EVER PUBLISHED
1908 World Almanac
PRICE 25 CENTS BY MAIL 35 CENTS
L
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franklin Simon Go
Fifth Ave 37th38th Sts
ANNOUNCE FOR SATURDAY
Important Reductions
i Misses and Girls Summer Dresses
i
j Girls Franklin Eton Dresses
Of Irish linen in cadet light blue tan pink or russet
I leather open front model pearl buttons white eton 4 50
collar and cuffs S to 14 years Heretofore 350 H
Misses Franklin Eton Dresses
Princess open front model ot checked ginghams In de
sirable colorings eton colUr and cuffs threequarter 5 75
sleves pearl buttons 14 to 20 years Heretofore 975
Mlsss Llnene Jumper Dresses
Princess model in white tan pink light or Copenhagen
blue scalloped embroidered neck and sleeves with em X
6
95
broidered eyelets 14 to 20 yars Value J1250 U
Misses Lingerie Princess Dresses
French batiste in white pink light blue or violet elab
orately trimmed with al lace ind embroidery f
975
14 to 20 years Heretofore 1575 V
Misses Tailored Linen Coat Suits
Also English poplin in white or tan threequarter length
coat new model open front skirt pearl buttons 250
14 to 20 years Heretofore 1975 i
Misses Hand Embd Linen Dresses
Princess model of best quality French linen in whije
pink or blue rihly hand embroldtreii front neck and 14 50
sleeves 14 to 20 years Heretofore 52350
I
I Misses Silk Princess Drssas
I
Exclusive jumper models of natural pongee figures and
I stripes also taffeta silk trimmed with plain silks and 15 5
I
self covered buttons 14 to 20 yearS Heretofore 2450 I O
I
Boys Summer Apparel
Boys Washable Sailor and Russian Suits
Of imported fabrics in white and colors guaranteed fast color 2 to 10 years
Heretofore 5275 to 5575
145 275
Washable Norfolk and Double Breasted Suits
Knickerbocker Trousers tan crash English khaki and
295
fin white duck 8 oi7 years Value 5500
I Norfolk and Double Breasted Suits
Extra pair Knickerbockers of allwool Tweeds home
II 6
spnns and navy serge S to 17 years Heretofore SJ75 O 75
Knickerbocker Trousers
Of khaki tan zrav crash or white duck 6 to 17 years
95c
Value SI75 C
Cravenette Motor Coats
Of high grade English mercerized fabrics tan or grayS f
5 00
S to 16 sears Value 70
Rubber Camping Coats
Black Rubber with checked or striped linings
5 to 16 years Value 295 1 95
Rubber Storm Cop with Caps to mitch
95c
Value 175
Youths and Boys Shirts and Blouses
Boys Negligee Blouses
White and colored silk finished chambray and XQ
madras S to 15 years Value 5100 and ftJlS OoC 95c
Youths Negligee Shirts
Star Make white and colored madras Value 135 95 C
Lord Taylor
J
Women Coats Capes L
suitable for
Automobile Traveling
Mountain or Seashore Wear
consisting of
f
Pongee Coats
50 inches long
Tourist Coats
of Imported Materials
Satin Rubber Coats
Full Length Special
Cravenelted Coats v IS 00
Tan and Oxford v I
Chiffon Broadcloth Capes values 3500 up to
Latest Shades and Black or White
Taffeta Silk Coats
Black Only 50 inches long
Lace Coats
White Several Styles to Select
from
Also
Natural Linen Automobile Coats
y or Full Length Models
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