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I THE EVENING WORLD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1908 1 I
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jc WANTS THAW HELD
J IN CONTEMPT fOR
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rT NOT APPtA ING
Creditor Asks Federal Court to
t Compel Him to Attend Meet
ings in Pittsburg
PrrxI3URo Sept 1L Thi eecornl
tearing in the tankruptcy cue ot
i Harry K Thaw iras held today bete
4 Referee In Bankruptcy W R Blair
Two etornoya W C Boyd ol Pou h
I taepsle N L and A P Mayer of
t Stone Stone were proaent
p I
Attorney Boyd askoJ what ba bn
t don with a 1ow to bringing Thaw to
Po Attend the meeting of hla creditor to
i 1 day Referee Blair Informed him that
I Attorney Meyer had personUy aarred
notice on Thaw at the Jail In Pough
I keepee Attorney Boyd who repro
i t aenU H N Blaln proprietor of a
restaurant at PoujrhkeepaU then called
Retiree Blairs attention to Section U
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of the Bankruptcy Act and alleged that
t i tie absence of Thaw from the meeting
f today practioly amounted to con
tampt
t He asked the referee to inue a cer
t tificate of the proceedings ao that It
I might be brought to the attention of a
judge In the United State District
1 Court who might take proper action on
I learning that the bankrupt had XaUtd
H to put in an appearance I
1 1 Referee Blair stated that he did not
I think it was altogether right and fain
4 r > for a petitioner in bankruptcy to bal
h cited for contempt of court five minutes I
t after the calling of a meeting of the
creditors at which he had ben uked
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lobe present He said that he would I
refiue the certificate and requested At I
torney Boyd to be euro of each step he
f took in the proceedings Attorney Bod I
then left the referee offlo with a
promise to return later
A second attempt by Attorney Boyd
to tecute a certificate of Judge Young
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of the United States Court waa made
ahnrtlj after noon today and tailed
Referee Blair held that the bankrupt
Who was ordered to appear la not In
default until the day In over and rug
geared to Attorney Boyd that tomor
row will be time enough to aeoure the
certificate
He usa uggeated that the petition
I tor the certificate should ahow a reaaoa
for taking the matter Into the court
room
POUOHKBEPSIE N Y Sept U
Thaw is positively not going to Pitta
I burg announced Charles Morachao
f I iet 11 i uttorncV today HorKliiUjwr
I was an early caller on Thaw and the
i two had an earnest discussion In the
latters Quarter In jail
Than Is so b Set with his bujfn 38
nffiiirs and legal troubles that be la i
f beginning to act fidgety His bank
ruptcy proceedings are plainly a strain
on him I
t Tomorrow Thaw will have a new ex
I ti perience Sheriff Bob Chanler will
i ask Judge Mllla to removs him from
r t his cell The prisoner does not want to
go until It Is time for him to leave
e for White Plains for his habeas corpus
r t proceedings
ff i THREE STUDENTS
Iii I CliMBED MT BlANC
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f Men From University of Penn
H sylvania Had Thrilling
f j Experience
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The White Star liner Cretlc from
Mediterranean ports reached her per
here today illlam Steele E T Cos
tello and Thomas P MeCutcheon UniversIty
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< versltj of Pennsylvania students were
paatengers hcj had been abroad for
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a vacation and they climbed Mt Blanc
In the Alps I
Shortly before they reached there a
record descent of Mt Blanc had been
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V made by Pro William Hobbei of the i
University of Michigan who accom
plished the feat In six hours The stu
f dents started out to beat that record
f When two thirds of the way down
t there was an accident Another part i
In which there were several young
ladles was making the descent The I
fulde to that part who had untied
I the rope that held him to the rest I
vent to a ngcd edge to tonic below
r I A ruck slipped and ha fill about three
V hundred feet I
l The Students gave up their Idea about
II a reord dc Hiding to help the guide
II 1 1TUc > fund him cruihed to death The
r Ibo Ia loll nherrt It lay liuaupo of
u peibiitloiif Idea of te guides in ru
i fiu j to Us removal The udPiits
II hai i that the guide was the elsntn
1 pera a to be Killed in the Alps t > > fall
iax UuHnj the year
r i Han n Bonnet a Ringer of English
t r grand jjcra ni his way to Chicago
was on re Celtic While In Italy ho
k 1 got a cablegram lolling him he says
i 10 hasten to Chicago The Creilc wto
I < he lnly boat ty whIch he could mak
WonncotiunH properly but he missed it
at the dock at Genoa iy al > uut Ole
minutes Thereupon le hlr1 a row
boat wliluli foilovod It wMli it was
drawn out His baggage was hoisted
aboard end he Inn upM ladder
Other passengers wein Prof l nis U
Mott ante 1 mr r O lttvnuiji Ith f
the ulfge of thp Lilv of New York
I lr H H Troon M Harriet A Vhie
and William 11 Edy
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WEST INDIAN HURRICANE
tentrnl rnr lurl < UlHiiil unil
lolnlt rllanoterh
The following fruKMi1 weather mes
sage was received at nJn today at
the local We thr Bureau
WAShINGTON P rAdilji
JVtO A M Vest Indian hurricane nui
Ctlltnl nwr and Wfst of Turks 1 land
and movin northwotarly ontrerou
L for r ift In region of Bahamas and
4 oft Southern AtUntlo noah durlcx next
t cr three 4ArIo dJuuorrM I
SAYS STANDARD
Oil NEVER OUTS
UNDER RIVAl
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L J Drake Swears All Its
Reductions Were to Meet
Prices of Competitors
Tit lib BtiuKlajd OH Oompanr
rwror rnttiUJt a cut In prlcca IVM tJio
BtartBment mode to < lay by L J Drake
tor tblrtytwo years an mj > loy of the
corporation Mr Drake nus on the wit
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neoaatana teatif In the Govern
mentn mirt to dissolve the Oil Trum for
aJfcged rioltulona of the Sherman Anti
Txuat law
Wa hv mnde cut and still make
them oaM tlhe witness In rapt to
qurtsfltona by Frank B KalkvtK wtio 11
oonduotinff the Oovemnieata sUa ot
to oaae but only after oonvD ttton
inougurrte them and then only to bold
business
Mr Drab Uatlfled that the Standard
was first In the Western Held and hay
ing the business there wit not and rea
Bon why It should make cuts In prices
until competitors came In and reduced
the prices to out Into the Standards
business Naturally he declared the
Standard met the cuts unless It was
eo ridiculously low that It was Impos
sible to met It
ilr Kellogg questioned Mr Drake
sharply as to the Standards methods of
obtaining Information concerning the
shipments and sales of Its competitors
1dlJ1 hiylne been Introduced v she
Government that the Standard reffuar
ly suppHeJ Its employees with money to
secure such Information Tho witness
denied that be had ever known of any
auoh practice excepting on one occasion
hen he Immediately Issued orders to
stop It This Instance was In Kansas
City and was a method which had been
practiced In n company Just atwortwd
by the Standard XI Company of Ken
tucky The witness admitted that while
In the West he had received Information
from the main office In New York con
cerning competitor shipments but ex
plained hat It was an easy matter to got
this Information as njl cars were tagged
showing shipper destination consignee
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RAINS WYfRS
OPPOSEEARLY TRIAl
S
McIntyre Announces That He
Cannot Be Ready on Oct
theDate Set
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After an hour conference with T
Jenkins Hams awaiting trial In Long
Island City with hli brother Capt
Peter C Halm for the murder of Will
I Iam Annls Joseph A Shay of John F
I Mclntyrea office announced that the
I defense would not be ready when the
Queera County Supreme Court opens
I at Flushing Oct 5
i Of course we cannot be prepared In
1 uch short tlnv he said ar Darrln
falls to consider that Instead of their
being two live at stake In this trial
there are really four Old Gen Halns
and Mrs Halna will hardly survive the
trial We must wait until they are
fully prepared
DistrictAttorney Darrln Is consider
ably disappointed In not being able to
locate Lawyer Wild who was lira
I Peter C Halna Jra attorney in her
proposed proceeding for divorce He
said today that Wild was evading him
I Mr Darrln announces he will continue
I his search tor the latter as ha expects
I much evidence of a material nature
from him
TIll
Tumbler
an also
bt worn
e telescoped
H ere S our
Answer
Hats with lots of class to em
Hats with lots of qital ty to cm
i Hats with little price to era
5 Style3 Quality
Price S2
The greatest number of
rakish soft models
t and snappy still shapes
In the new greens
and autumn tones
fRednd all question
the best choice in town
Also Vallach Specials a
Wallachs
Hats et13 lIroa 1r < WY
a t S lf 1211 Pridway IIoNry
47 Etrhth ty
at ACor 12o111t
44W isetst
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ASKS NEW YORK I
m ADD YONKERS I
TO GREATER CITY
Committee Visits Acting Mayor
McGowan but Fails to
Get Encouragement
Acting Mayor McOowtn today re
celved a visit from a committee of land
lords of Yonkers who want that city
annexed by the Greater New York If
It should be annexed some time and
Mr McGowan ran for Mayor he would
not set the Yonkers landlord rote as
he did not give the committee any en
couragement
The commlttte wes headed by D A
Doran and consisted of three men aJ
together The others were trained
Webh aid to bw tatter and eon
Whit have you to ofBor the Ctty of
New York wild Acting MAyor Mo
own
Whet have you to offer Yonkers
asked the spokesman
The Yonkers Tax Rate
Wlrats your tax rate T asked the
ActingMayor
The commItteemen hesitated and then
acknowedjred that the Yonken tax rate
was much higher than that of New
York
Hmml murmured the Mayor
Mr MoGowan then tald to the com
mitteemen
I understand youve raised n1arIes
of polloenren flroman and sohool t aoh
ore up there and that there was some
understanding that New York was po
ng to pay for It when Yonkers was
annexed
The commlttesmen acknowledged that
there has been an Increase of salaries
but declared that some people had given
It out that Yonkers would be annexed
to the metropolis and Yonkers wouldnt
have to pay
Acting Mayor MoGowsn toM the com
mlttee he Is In favor of home rule and
hat there was no reason why this city
hould pay Yonkers salary increases
while there was need of monuy here
DUTCH MINISTER DE REUS
IS HONORABLY RELIEVED
Diplomat Ousted from Venezuela
by Castro Now on the
Unattached List
THE HAGUE Sept 11It waa an
nounced here today that J H de Ileus
the former Minister of the Netherlands
to the Republic ol Venezuela who was
ezjeUed from that republic bv Presi
dent Castro In July of thin year be
Muse hI wrote s letter to a commer
cial society of Amsterdam In which he
criticised adversely the Venezuela ad
ministration his been honorably re
lieved of his duties and placed on the
unattached list
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i KoCh Uptava Prime Make Down
H rorrn Shopping an Extrnvafnce
i K fr DOtnlc o
No Woman should over ok these tremendous savings for Saturday
Womens 650 Silk Waists 495
WOMENS NEW FALL WAISTS of superior quality bhck taffeta snwtst
effects In the popular tailored models all the clever features In the 4 95
nsw hng sleeves open back or front Pegularly 650
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Womens 325 Silk Vests 175
KAYSERS WOMENS PURE ITALIAN SILK VESTS In lace trimmed
175
and embroidered designs colors white sky blue amt pink Reg 325 J
Womens 2 Pare Silk Hose 1
A special purcbtst of 1865 paIrs of WOMENS PURE SILK THREAD HOSE
lite ankle and illover lace designs In black white and all the new
colored shades These hose hive never been sold for less than 200 nA
100
pair f u
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Womens 325 Long Kid Globes 195
WOMENS ELBOW LENGTH REAL FRENCH KID GLOVES with three
pearl clasps at wrist In black and golden brown shades Value t
325 pair 1 95
Womens 95c Kid Gloves 65c
WOMENS 2CLASP GLACE KID GLOVES In tart and brown shades < Kf
Value 95c per pair 65c
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L 125th St West Sceh Avca i
1fiart Roman Co
42 West 34th Street
Suits
Gowns
Coats A new building devoted
Skirts exclusively to Apparel
Waists v for Women and Misses
Furs
Neckwear
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Opening Day
Monday September the 14th
fflarttn tfomau Co
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WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
fHE lI1mS1PRnS STORE
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w YHk J1 POUR 5TORB J1L1
523529 8th Avenue Between 36th and 37th Streets
138146 West 14th Street Between 6th and 7th Avenues
Northwest Corner 3d Ave and 83d St One Block from L Station
Surprise special Sale JVo 468
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Advance Fall Fashions in
Y MENS SUITS750
e New Fall fashions In fine allwool Casslmtres and fancy Worsteds
In the newest Pall modelsnew weaves new designs and new color
q i
f i Ings Among the new shades are browns olive casts dark grays and
I 4t J modes In wide ami narrow striped effects also overplalds and flgur
I ΒΌ c i M5 Ings In material tailoring trimmings and style these Suits are strictly
r high grade and guaranteed to retain their shapeliness and grace All
1 4 new fresh ind stylish Just In from our factory Sizes 34 to 42 On
i ile one week beglnnlrrg tomorrow Saturday atxl ending next Fri
I7 fay See window display L
C AT ALL FOUR STORES
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t OUlt FAMOUS DOUllLB OUAHAX
j Ii a TEE DINDS EVBItl HLE
If am purchuo for anY ruon Wli +
c be lBitantlr
will
to P < M the money
refund or too < coo < ta chsertullir ex
cniTKtd All clothing bourht hm 1
BrMied ml keD In nood clr for oas
> ear rrw of cbince
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SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY SEPT 14TH
MOTHERS GET TilE BOYS READY
The Burortsi Store In ihowliu Immnu jiortm nU of wMrlnx StrOllS l for chool
ton In which auvlir ha been UpeoLIIT oonttil rl Our Bars nd Juvenile ilfoart
mmtt contain complete KCIM I outfits tor boy ot ill zN Iron the kindergarten tot t
co collree youths Pre tat jfi tlon and a but nvlnit are KU rant < M to parent bur
z at The Surer Store j j
lot a
itos SCHOOL 8nT Vrr ttyllih DOTS snrooi surrexn th sini
far IM wrf kn u isnj ijlln q far Y rtrvlot Vnck rbocli r ut In C
I ij to 1H all nn Ftes an I brilth Tic n fhnlfi and nob I t f
11 crni tronlv mad to 1 50 bi mttern all the newest 2 50
e weO ttUorcd
nrl hard wear moi K
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UO S1 sriFOOI lIT8V ry flnf quil tuns scirn L SOITSAII tho Maoni
try Al wool bcoKfw sal vnlouri lnn 7r clolt iijlon sot psttrn made nHr a j t
I ill siauMve halJ anl de S9 ule of itrllth mold I 1
signs on eesant aMortm nt d 50 with fjnrv tuff and wokt S5 01 J I
t fleet from e effects beautifully tnllhd S U
HOW SChOOl rrs sv i HOTS motiHrs aviiois UNnEnwrn us
MOW snXKIVIS lilt HOIS FANCV SinRTS 4tlo I101V SCStEMllEHS 13c
AUTUMN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
5 750 10 15 20
Ki hlonib Suit In rvtrr 51W f brla HUT color modal anil MlUm Every suit ca
eiutvle of edoarcd art uilortz Tour leliura Inn > f < tlon It Invited
TilE SURPRISE STORES ARE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
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Quiet Cool and Restful
Greenhut if oar Lounging Room now located on he ThW
reen n Floor overlooking firS rotund TM II Mm4
without charge T ki coy eltrrtor
and HVw 0ten SoW
Company and My it againThat tvhtiMvw you M s a I
ompaiiy v loe quoted II price nstnsd or goods described l r
I by this tore you may regard those intemcata W
Dry Goods printed absolute otherwise acts They would not or COIIl44lOC b ft
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Whatever Is Stylish in Womens Wear t
whatever is most elegant and most in favor at the fashion centres of the world
has an instant echo here with no grace lost no beauty missing but with the
price tempered to tempt thrifty tastes
Misses and Small Women Tailored Suits
A very comprehensive showing embracing a choice so broad and so complete
that every idea can be met
Misses Tailored Suits of striped cheviots at 1250 and 1850
Miss Tailored Suits of broadcloth at I 2500
Grs Junior Tailored Cheviot Suits at 1250 and 1850
GirJs Junior Tailored Suits of fancy cheviots at 2500 and 1650
All tailored and trimmed in the best manner and possessed of that sniartness
that unusual beauty of style which must recommend them to particular dressers
Girls Long Coats Of blue or red cheviot double Girls DoubleBreasted Coats full length semi
breasted stmiUtting model braid > n kitted model having buttonedtnrough
< j j Cf 150
trimmed f JOOU revert 1 i
Second Floor S
Tuo Ctnro Womens extra broad cut F J Rhinestone
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Parity Jewelry
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i wo viiove French glace Biarritz ao y ewe ry Horseshoe Pins
S 1 gloves in 6burton 1 th Moderate Prices in leveral sizes 7So
Specials 10 U on length 0 d era t e r I ces and S 100 valuta
Black and white
at
t 50c
95c pair
Veil Pins reproduced in antique French lilt and
12button gloves same as above in tan f oxidized hnuheii 100 and 150 vibes it SOc
black antf white at q 15QJ Va
Main Floor Imported Brooches gunmetal Preach gilt
r t ft
S and oxidized tmiiheu J I 00 to 200 value it 5Qc
Th N AIllbe newest AlIJ 1 Pearl Necklaces 25C
I nC 11CW Thcsnowindemmijhghb < s in three lau It
m now in dem1G shown berei also I <
Vi many exclusiveeffect selection Buckles and Sash Pins a sample linei value
CllinSS 01 Magpie and Sen > Seri veihAgsm
black and colors also novelty tirecfs from 51UU to > 2 50 it 50C
in combination colors at 25c 38 JY d 42cr rd Link Cuff Buttons gold plated 200 styles
Hair Line Veiling broad Assortment black blue to cboote from value SOc at 25c
and brown at yard > lOc Mary darden Carved Bflrettes
Russian Net all colors eI itylei Urge arid small amber and shell Inc latest and the preniett value
and fancy meshes at yard 28c SLO0 at 50C
Mam Floor Mam tn Floor t
In Our Untrimmed Millinery Dept
On He Main Floor
We present an uncommonly attractive stock of smart tailored hats untrimmed shape
fancy leathers wings aigrettesflowers etc The moderate prices will appeal to you
Smart Tailored Bengallne Hats all MWdfectSj Imported Pocahontas wing bands all colon
750 value at 575 260 vames at 165
Velvet Hats Imported Breast Effects 300 value at 225
1It satin facings and satin hats with velvet lacings 2S5
Imported Band Effects it 275
ings in black and colors 250 value at 195
Wings in the most beautiful French colorings
French Felt Hats at 195 and 245 175 values at 110
Imported Untrimmed Shapes from the leading French Nacre Colorings in new wings 250 value at 185
houses Aigrettes long curled 54 50 values at 295
Paradise Feathers m all the new forms and colorings
Fancy Feathers in great variety Roses Poppies and Velvet Foliage in the newertcolonngt
Handkfs for Mens Handkerchiefs Infants Infants Long and Short White I
Irish linen 1 with narrow hems
Coats of crepelloe cloth and Bedford
Men W and mall tenpr ihittafs i
Women at 6 for 00c w ear cord value 460 to 600 it
Children Womens Hanclkchfs 375 and 500
and hld ren
Infants Knitted Sweaters white sad
ot sheer Shamrock lawn i with in
neat block initial at 6 for ggf 1 rw I to 4 years at 150 and 250
Womens Crossbar Handkerchiefs fine Infants Caps in Louisme silk poplin and 11
China silk daintily trimmed with lace end ribbon
Snainrock lawn with Uoral dedgos ot band embroidery
12 to 16 inches at 100 to 450
broidery in one corner i at each i J5c
Childrens Coats t in tan red llIVY and brow
Childrens Handkerchiefs crwibariawni
broadcloth and tan covert cloth it
three nylci ol checks block initial aHVor 29C 500 and 7JO
Main floor Second Floor
I Boys New Fall Apparel
If you arent acquainted with our Boys Clothing department theres a pleasant surprise
in store for you Smart clothes of good qualities at modest prices
DoubleBreasted Suits alto Norfolk with two Russian and Sailor Suits Of fine
pair of kmcketbocier trousers of lancy cheviot and cheviots sizes t fr to 10 years 495
blue serge and cheviot sizes 8 to 17 a n n > n r
years 0 S 595 Boys Reefers threequarter lengths of I
fancy material sizes 3 to 10 years 395
Boys Blouses of printed and woven madras light
Boys Sweaters
anildark patterns without collar sizes oys weaters allwool coat styles
7 to 15 years OiC gray blue and re i 24 to 34 size 145
Boys Flannel Blouses K t E make with or Boys Neckwear Windsor and oorio I
without collar gray blue and red sizes hinds new Fall pattern end colon 25C
3 to 16 years 95 Complete new lines of Boys Headwear
Second floor
S ale of Alliflk ribbons mainline taf Womens An rtnportezu line of utfOOtW
a e 01 feta and warp prints all colors omens 50 hnued pattern of Sill beltings
C nil black end white included at in various patterns and color
bilk Ribbons Ylrd 25c B1 25 C ings mounted with fine neat
Novelty ribbon i in navy end gilt buckles fully worth Son
wbite and black and white stripes splendid millin at 25c
ery ribbon at yard 29c Notion Dept Main Floor
All bows tied free of cost
Mam Floor
Mens New Fall Shirts witf soft
Hosjery and Womens Hosiery in an lehs bosomi light and dark dIct in
osery extra fine quality silk lisle value Fu the newest colorings coat stylet
Furnishings
Underwear 50c al 35c ml S hlngs cuffs attached at 200
n erwear Womens Stockings
C Ins Silk Neckwear nobby autumn ityfc ihown
superior quality fast black cotton hose with white
split feet value 35cat 25c for the first time Saturday at SOc
Womens Underwear whitecotton ribbed vestsi Underwear fall weigh nitnrtl gray woo
high necks long or short sleeves lights to match will not shrink shim and drawers at lJO
special 50c
Childrens School Hose fut black cotton in Knit Coats for golfiiigaodfooteclngjsoaCfcrfo 4
wide and narrow ribbed all slzts tip to 10 at 25c gray and whit at IJJJ I
Main Floor Main Floor
Girls and Boys Shoes I I
Dress and party shoes and dainty little dancing slippers also a complete stock of hoelI
for harder service more stuidy but scarcely less stylish Particular attention given fcrtha
fitting of childrens feet properly
Boys Shoes All Leathers Misses and Childrens Shoes
Regular Heipht Extra High Cut
9 to 13J at 200 and upwards 8tf to 11 at 175 up 8jf to 11 at 225 I
I to 2 at 250 and upwards 11H to 2 at 200 up 11H to 2 at 250 u up
2tf to Stf at 300 and upwards 2K 10 6 at 250 i a up 2tf to 6 at 300 wup i
Second Floor
6th Ave 18th to191h St Greenhut Company 6th Ave 18th lo19tMlr I I
L Store f nn rl7 occupied by B Altman Co I
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