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THE EVENING Zimbalist in Second Recital I'Y SYLVESTER RAWLING ZIMKAMst. thl acomi!l.hr1 young IlnuUn vlollnlit, who I become t once thu vot ne. gave a ipcond re lll nl earned Hall yestsrdny aftor MMin l.efore a largo and fad.lonabl. -'-'r8 Th" "n his progr.mm wan worthy of hla art a well an of hi skill. 5Jf ro'l BOI be laid of that of hi Jlmt Ncttal. it imlud. d Handel', sonata In Minor, Ua. h i Chaconn for violin alone, Ift uoli'g Brotch fnlasle. a lult In the old tyle by himself, and compo sition by Schumann. Km Krelslrr, Tor Aulln and Sniaite. Here wai material to put the young man truly to the tet, ml It mint he said ttvit ho Mood It admirably. Not only I hi tone big and luceloun. but hi taste anil understand ing aro unmistakable. Ha may not dli Plsy the dah and brilliancy of Mlscha Klman. or hold the rommsndlng poise o' Frits Krelsler, but listening to him on Inevitably recalls that past master of v!ollnl..ts. Ysaye. Mr. Zlmballst's own composition. In four part. w too long, but It howed fertirfty In oontructlon and had a melodic foundation. HI playing of th Met ohaconn was admirable, and of t!ie tlruch Scotc h fantrtsle brilliant. Th ligliter composition on the programme wer mrmlngly expressed. Mr. Zlmballst I to be congratulated on Ml rcfual to play more than two extra numhrrs at the end. depllo the clamor of a laree nart of the ,,iri!,.n.v The writer liven In hope that some day rtlat v. . : I decline to give any after contribution for good measure. THE MARGUUES TRIO GIVES ITS FIRST CONCERT. The Margulle Trio Adile Margulle. Pianist; Leopold Llchtcnberg. violinist, and Leo Schult. 'celllt-gnve the M rat of It three concert for th eaon at Carnegie Lyceum last night before a Urge audience that manifestly enjoyed ltaelf. Each of the muni Ian was la good form, and the three played, to gether admirably. Tho opening number H Haydn' trio No. 3, In K flat, of which the second movement wa most enjoyed. Then followed Taderewnk!' sonata In A minor, op. 1.1, which Ml Margulle and Mr. Llehtenberg played drllgbtfully. Bnssl's trio lnfonlco In L major, op. 12a, which ha been played here before hut I not familiar, was the final offering. It Is In four movement, each Interesting, the finale especially at tractive. CONCERT 3Y CARL AND KATH ERINE FIQUE. Carl FIqu, psajslsl and composer, and Katharine Noach Pique, snprmo. giive a well-attended recital at Memorial Hall. Srhermerliorn street, Brooklyn, last evening. The programme consisted of eight numbers, represetitln- Weber, Massanet, t'hopln. Schubert. IgOMft Wagner and -Hit Sai ns. The audience was extremely aPpTaolatlV. PRINCE FOUNDHUNTER FOR EVERY ELK HERE. And Princess Ghika Didn't See Any thing on Visit tc Change Anti-Suffragette Views. The prince and his sister. Princes Nicholas (Jhlka, their nl. e, the i rlncess Olive Maui ocordato, and ("apt. C, E. ladclyffe of thu British army were re turning paaeenars to Kurop on th 'unarder Mauretanta, which sailed to day. The Prince and fapt. Itadclyffa came over two months agi, for a hunt ing trip In Wyoming and Montana. "We had a lot of fun," said the Prince, "but there is one Usson out American sportamen need to learn very quickly. They must contrive lawn and police no that the (hooting of female elk by men who are not sportsmen may be topped at once. Kvery elk I trailed had a man's footprint following It. And when they are hunted o closely a that, the killing of the females will surely wipe out tho species." The Princess, who Is an antl-suffra-gette, said that, in spite of m lch per suasive argument hv suffragettes in this country, she wan still of oplnlmi as !ie announced when she tnitiv over to Join her brother, that "one baby Is worth 10,000 votes to any woman. The Princes Is iot married. TWO MEN FALL DYING AS They quit "L" trains. Merchant Expires Almost at Once and a Contractor Soon After Reaching Hospital. Henry B. Ivy, forty-tour, a diamond morobael of No. si Pulton street, living at the Turin Apartment. No. tti Central Park Wait, was a:i to fall M ha topped from a Ninth, avenus olovated train at tho Nlnety-thlre street nation at 130 o'clock last night. An ambulance wa summoned from tho J. Hood Wright Hospital, and when It. Oler, who responded, arrived Levy was dead. His body waa removed to hi home. Patrick J. Connors, sixty-five, a re tired contractor, ofNo. M0 Fox afreet, the Bronx, rollapied on th One Hun dred and Ftfty-dxth street station of the Third avenue elevated shortly after ( o'clock last night. He was taken to Lebanon Hospital, where h died at .' 40. Apoplexy was given a the cause of death. County Clerk Lalande, and he believes that It 10 sufficient to convict all the men charged with fraud. 30,000 MEN ILLEGALLY REGISTERED IN LOS ANGELES Killed la Aatn Craah. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Nov. 22 Oeorge Brandon, a druggist, was In stantly killed: a woman, name not known, was fatally injured, and two other ponton were slightly hurt when sun automobile cntshed against a side walk curbing wly to-day. Gold Dust makes dish-washing easy The use of a little Gold Dut in your dish-water will make your dishes whiter, sweeter and cleaner than they ever can be without it. Unlike soap, Gold Dost does more than clean the surface. It goes deep after germs and hidden food particles, and sterilizes everything it touches. " Gold Dust does all the hard part of the work without your assistance, because it begin) to dissolve and clean the moment it touches the water. When you have to wash dishes 1095 times a year, the Gold Dust method of saving half your time and half your labor means something. Gold Oust it sold in 5c g i g and large pack ages.The largo p a I k a t e mean greater economy. " t At COLD DUST TWINS do roar work ' ' Am Warrants for That Many Will Be Issued on Evidence That Has Been Collected. LOS A NOBLER, Nov. H.-Aa tho re ul. of a conference held by Harry Lalande, County Clerk: C. E. S;baataln, Chief of Police, and Byron Hanna, Dep uty District-Attorney, It was announced to-day that complaints will be laaued charging Illegal registration on the part of approximately SO.OOO men. The Information necessary to Issuing the warrants I ' olng. collected by Thousands Now Use This Low-Cost Cough Syrup A family Supply for Site,, Paving Vna f'J -The Quickest, Best Tblag Vn Bee I aed, o Meaey Hefanded, Tt ps -tpt and positive result given by I la Invspenslvs cough medicine htvs causal It te be used In more homes In I he U. g. aad Canada than any other cough remedy. It give Instant relief, and will usually wipe out th mest obstinate, deep seated cough Inside of 14 hours. It quick ly succeeds, even la whooping sough and croup. A 00-esnt bottle of Ptoei, whsn mind with home-mads sugar syrup, makes a full pint a family supply of ths moat pleas snt and effective cough remedy that money could buy, at a eavtng of II. Badly pre pared In five minute full directions In pscksge. Children take Pins Cough Syrup will ingly, because It taetee good. It stimu lates the sppetlte aad I slightly laxative both escellent features, gplsndld for hosrieneas, throat tickle, bronchitis, etc., and a prompt, successful remedy for la clplent lung trouble. fine la a epeoaal and highly eoaoea trated compound of Imported Norway White Pine extrtot, and la rich In gualacol end ether natural healing pine olemonta. himpiy mix It with augar ayrup or atralned honey. In a pint bottle, and It la ready fer uaa. rtnaz haa often been Imitated, but never aucceaefully. for nothing etee will produee the earns reaulta. The genuine le guaran teed to give abaolute eatusfaetton or money refunded. Certificate of guarantee la wrapped la each package. Tour drugglit haa Pine or will gladly gat It for you. If pot. Sped to The Plnaa Co., Ft. Wayne. Ind. Lord & Taylor Foundtd 1826 November Reduction Sale of Suits and Coats For All Occasions, Extraordinary Varies Offered tVi omen's Tailored Suits $17.50 Values up to $35.00. All are heavily interlined, and the selection presents the season's best colorings, materials and styles. Smartly Tailored Suits In diagonals, basket weaves, and all the latest foreign mixtures. Heavily interlined Distinctly High Class Fancy Tailored Suits Of imported corduroys, English whip cords and imported diagonals. Black, nuvy, brown, plum and gray. Values up to $50.00 $22.50 Sj9.5O Very Special Street & Touring Coats In all the latest mixtures. Many styles to select from. Values to $25.00 Broadcloth Coats Suitable for street and afternoon wear. Some velvet trimmed; others lined with all the new contrasting colors. Heavily interlined. Value $85.00 fSS'Oo $25.00 Extraordinary Sale of fVOMEN'S SHOES Will be continued until Saturday, the 25th, inclusive Offering Exceptional Values in JV omen 'j Walking & Dress Boots Evening Slippers & Carriage Boots BOOTS- all leathers, with cloth or kid tops.) UUI ntire $.00 and 85.00 stock to r Per pair) J' EVENING AX1) HOUSE SLIPPERS 1 handsomely beaded or plain, with choice tf individual trimming. r$? Our entre $5.00 and $6.00 stock Per pair CARRIAGE HOOTS of black velvet, furl trimmed, satin quilted lined. m Value $5.00 $3- 95 Per pair. Brottdvrny ft tt)tb Si.; flth Ave.; inth Bt, WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1911. BROOKLY!S "" " Thursday Morning Pel wren 0 st 12 A. M. We will place en gale 200 Silk PMIkMtSi 1 OA All Colors, Value M.00, 1. eOlf V aal aaa aTJ BBr Fulton St.Cc Bridge St. B'klvn Hoyt Street Subway Station Direct Entrance to Store THURSDAY BARGAINS Decisive Reductions, Ranging from l to l2 Off Former Prices, Make This the Most Sensational Sale of the Season Thursday Coat Bargains Full Length Coats in black and Fine Coats of double faced fabrics, colors, deep rolling collars iik liitlmg reversible models, also silken and cutfs, well tailored, a ayw caracul cloth coats, a mm value J12.50 O.VO value $20.00 cfe0 Other Coats, 12.75, 15.75, 18.75 and 24.50 Values up to 50.00 Thursday Suit Bargains These suits are without nnretinn th,. oTfnfit values ever offered; serges, broadcloths, cheviots and mixtures of the very best quality, richlv trimmed and perfectly tailored, value to $35.00 15.75 Exceptional Thursday Bargains in Furs French Coney CoatS (Possum Trimmed) i Full length coats of soft, glossy fur, deep rolling! collar and cults of Possum; brocaded silh-991 ffl lining; value $60.00 $65 Ru-JTL.t Pony Coats 34.50 $35 Cross Fox Sets 21.75 $80 Russian Pony Coats 55.00 $12 Belgium Lynx Sets , 7.50 $78 French Seal Coats 52.50 $7 Caracul Sets 2 97 4,000 Handsoifie Waists Worth 2.00 and 2.50 New wide side frill waists, beautifully embroidered and Incel - vatv trimmed, lingerie waists with cluny insertion, and tailored linonfl fill waists. A wide variety to select from ) JIlvV 4I-H'l-I-;-I-I-M-t-I-ri":-H-l-H-I-l-rk Stylish Clothing :: For Men and Women ; If you buy your clothing i here, you will not only ! I save money, but you get ; ; the goods On CREDIT You and your entire fam- ily can dress well and in '. the best style on the ! small outlay of $1 Per Week Our extensive and well selected stock is at youi service and awaits your choice. Clothing lor Men. Women and Children flats and Millinery. ALTERATIONS FREE N J 6szabliahedl832 FINE BLACK GARMENTS When In doubt, Black Is the color to choose. Always In vogue, becoming to every woman and eminently serviceable. An unusual assortment of Sets and Single Pieces in Black Fox, Black Lynx and Persian at moderate prices. Kraiton .. Smith St.t.. .XirooAfyn M minutes bv Subway fin m ffrniitl Central fl&oroufhJIatl 5 tat ion t 535 Fulton St., Brooklyn, X O .p. Ela Place. X fM'I'M I'M 'M I lii I i'M' i 1 1 K mm BIG THANKSGIVING SALE OPEN EVENINGS 100 UistUHliv 100 All Id O. K. Condition, . to be Sacrificed lo utKr nuiii .lummy Hlurk $60 GILBERT 90 PHLlP & SOI 120 US! H: R 125 WI SER BROS. 135 E. G UlER 150 JACOB BROS. 175 IllIsTIisGiOI 185 WEBER f.f MONTHLY RENTS mi A KlfS ?a3JBUinifUL DPHIGHT ft AlfJU Uoi 0ODHT, coll. I.ivin TON H'V. . HUOKXTM. Ono lilock frum ilornush II. 'I Hub Rat o nocii liukia' r SJS Mi.nllil. M i mil i-nij. Mualjili i ntii Paid. Mi, nl hi, i mil Pais, Moathls mil i'ii .i. 'i, .Mii.i, 'lll I'Hlll. iomhi, I'mil Paid. I, .in hlv I mil Paid. -i- ii. hi, I mil i'. mi CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Any Purchase Up lo $25 $1.00 Down $1.00 Weekly TERMS FOR FURNITURE $100. Worth Down $1.00 a Week $140. Worth $3 Down $1.50 a Week $190o Worth $5 Down $?.00 a We 5COOOS Oi-LIVEREt in ARM FOURTEENTH STRUCT Wnt of Fifth Attnm Special Opportunities in Women's Apparel Coa ts Suits Dresses Evening Goltns Thursday is Woman' Day Thla week particularly ao Offering will nue rtSTMBSfl to any, "This ta what I want more than anything Mao." Tbaaa itemg .serve only as example Entire department ia filled with excepSional value. Women's Long Coats nun l)( l.oTlls AND CHBV1UT8 mnclly IMInri',1 or with pnlntHil plush rnllsrs, or with dtt'p. rotind t'lillsrs revor and cuffs of Per- .ll... l.-ul.l I.. I , velvet or satin rn 1 9.98 otni-r trimming fancy sstln Unixf. also Interlined - elcs to -in Komarkuhle values BLACK AND MAW COATS llroadcloths, ( hnvlnta .....I U.....I 1, -- Italian large collars with ' 1 5.98 inlay or velvet or satin I inutile face mlituree also. , . ttvnm d vri.vbt coat ) V ..I. l.l.n,n...l.ltl, I liralds l .rue shswl roller 2 1 .98 ueautiruily -m in lined VKI.OL B COATK ft4 Inch elegantly braided iwiniiiir nriiii-ni nuniu I lia e larae hrald ornamenta 59.98 ami i - mi im-, or color lined and Interlined Women's Dresses flSBGR VBLTBT DBBflBBS 1 Trimmed with broadcloth or aelf-color rorituroy a good 7. St value at g 1., , CBBPR MBTBOB D BBSS IS In street hles also crepe dechlne ami clilffone u, it Mia wnivw, 1 . pale pink. Mue mtlteand 1 1 9.98 neiio nana emnroiaery. laro. ahlrred pufflnga and other trimming conceits von o owftft 1 Crepe Meteor and measallna I high end low neck f beautifully hand embmlderad 39.96 or with tunics of emb'd at Value 40 00 J TBLTBT DBgaaga - lllark, navy and brown deep Kuaslan lace or Pt. Venlae collar large alngle satin lapel In self or contrasting color , 21.98 Early Season Redactions in Women's Suits Desirable All-Wool Suita that are too notch in everv the valuer, you will have to see these Suita They compriae llroa dclo t ha - C heviota Seriea Whipcords Worsteds Corduroys Dtafo nals Ulack, navy and beat colors AU sizes in each material Bast of wagfe manshiii rharactcrizes overy garment. 10.98 were 14.98 21.98 were 27.S8 12.98 were 16.98 17.96 .were 34.98 16.98 were 24.98 S3. 98 were 49.98 SPECIAL IN VELVET SUITS 4Q rQ Handsomely tailored worth $29.98 1790 Furs That Are Reliable At Prices That Are Right Modlth handsome Furs Sold on dry goods basis Qualitlt assure Satisfied Customers Prices assure Gratified Customers BM.C.IAN II ABK NRTft 1 iliuwl cnllnr I III i' 1- large rilll-lle with coiiar i . . tails I 11 .98 liirge pillow muff I , .... .- . & , . . 1, 1 , v 1 n 11a nr. r,,A Alwi NATI'lt.M. III.ACK OR H1TKA RACCOON shawls or novelty scarfs - block or novelty muffs--wortliS4il.no BI.ACKA MKCNKOrONMt'M Also III.ACK Kltli.Nt.'ll ('(INKY large shawl or anluiut scarfs block or semi-barrel muffs special. . JAFANKMK MINK Also BLA( K KOX SITKA and N ATI' It A I. CCOON large ehawl collar fin ished with talis or heads, or both also novelty scarfs semi-barrel or block muffs worth gtlS.OO and 7.'i 1 11 Other bandsame Mela up la $200.00 29.98 19.98 49.98 i BUKSIAN PON 1 COATH t -. 1, 1 ,, turnback cuffs brocade 45.96 or nninner i satin lining worthies. 08 Bt'NHlAX FONT COATS Al.ii f iirii.-ul stiri V ,.u. Heal- seml-flt or straight 65.98 1, nun 1. I'leaanny lined- worth SN9.0H CAKtCCI. COATIt Also KiiMtlan Pony and Near Meal- selected skin Kllr. Iufu.i ahk.l collars snd revere f 89 98 .lr.l.,l,, V 1. - I - I - ' .i.iii , l.l.n frog ornament brocade elegant lining value glBO. . HI I.HON Hi: A 1. Ml NHBAT- 'happelle dyet . also V 1 . 'v MVlNfiUinlu - selected sklmi new 1 75.98 .1,1" 1 m , li 11 ',1 1 , r ' 1 11 linings worth S'.'Ao.iio Women's Hand-ome Fur Lined Coats. Misses' and Children's Fur Sets 23.98 to 59.98 .. .98 to 21.98 Women's , Combinations & Princess Slips Nn oyciisa for en ill-fit t inir irnwn when such close-titting undenjurments can be bouKlit s.) moderately. NaliiHonkx and Lawn Cnmblnatlona siivcnii effaoUve las, with t'luny or Val. lad's, medalliona. ribbon, etc. tiiin'd skirt and drawers also Dotted Mull 1 1 1 1 1 1 hi list Ions. lace trim worth 11.99 98 Mm Nainsook 'omblnatlons beautiful model, with ullover lace bowkntits on 1 in it and drawer, or dainty trim of Madeira eiub'y lueilalllous and heav lace iiiatiy others iiiually . effeutlve value 42.M T .98 PriOOea Combinations--very elaborate v. nil wine mill inn nun lei-e ill panel sfTed ami round neck and Beeves -Wldt satin ribbon Qulah. . 3.98 FUMf In ts IM Ini-lude flnr. liMittlfullr trtavd irsntifntii with eaofes Isctw in dsinU. i-t fanhlun - elm -11 r tmb'y anil lacs coav ! M-l. Nainsook l'rinress SHs---flounced sivirt . eiaiiorate isce trim or eyelet ,11,11 j -iiri-ii.uu,i 1 f " yoke torcliun iiIkc, rlbbouruu worth S8 flu .ustrous Miissallno I'rlnreas Slip accordion pleated, with two Val. luce edged ruffles iacc trim nock ami hIi'cvcm mIiI, mi run -white, pink. Iilue. yellow -value J I - 1 I in 1.98 2.98 ..n. . ...1 . ....1 lluuiicii of haniinome eyelet embroidery or row of fine Val. Inc. - wide Nutln 1 1 Mm n run- cmb y beading Special 3.98 Another Reduction in Handsome Dress Hats One of those periodical mark-downs that keep stocks here always fresh and new! Every hat beautifully made every bit of material substantial and splendid .... Medium and large shapes almost all velvets superb ostrich novelties, fancy wings and aigrettes: Former Price. New. 25.00 15.00 $15.00 10.00 S10.00 D.BO A T.M $7.80 6.00 10. 1- Speclal Lunches I To- m or r 0 w(Thursd ay) 11.30 to 2.30 Ctssjb Olary gaas CMgagj tth 111 - raomsd swestl Hins (.'uriara Tsa, Culfce ur sulk. 1 V). 2 'I'liuli' S,trp rUgJtml Immn . i..rniuui Fnnl r.-tntiae hiictxt I'lm a l . 1 U- A Tn, Coffsw or Milk m tf If nitnmawi vrMer. hem i mm JfB ' e of otbfr dfwrt. ta, I I IIS rJ 1 PDDWNfTOlY FOR SALE. $2.19 Women's Tenderfoot Shoes - .. A L1MITKD LOT FOR THURSDAY ONLY. These famous Shoos are up to tho stnndard in every detail The reason for ths rut in price lies in the fact that tlieso were not made strictly to specifications of the order . . .The manufacturer had to stand the loss Yours will be the gain Remember, these shoes aro absolutely perfect in every detail Soft Kid Uppers seamless cut broad toes- flexible turned soles, low, broad, flat heeb fitted with O'Sullivan's ilubber Heels that add buoyancy to the step as well as relieve nil jar- Sizea 1 to h- width D K EE No Mall or Telephone Orders. MORNING SPECIALS T-mzz7;Pnzr To prevent dealers buying quantities restricted. No Mail or Telephone Orders. .... , ... 1 1, ra.i l, .u.l lu o.urr i it.h a.su hi i.iu'ua is, in 1 r, S'orafsrsi fsrefrrred to, Kvn ,tiupj ,iin'lsuti&i mum ,1 ;i 1 biiKu on i'iid- r ! w u K.vr EXCHANGE CLOTHING CO. Tii.. hi. Powalew Credit Tailors, N'o. 19 Perlt Place. Near Broadway. REAL ESTATE F'JR SALE ' BROOKLYN. For the Homeseekere SO miiiutK li N V. 1 id II..' a f. ' , iTm IKIW'N. B.U.AM H MK - UKNri .1 perls.'! houie. finely fliesiiiNl, i.uii n ir itted, i.lim- nt nirriundlnii nil A Im.ii.ii .1 ., Iiu.it of brl M at. I .' . ro"in. tiles iiaili saa s.tl buls. PSNMSI fl- n; hirl kI trim. .i.r, ws.r. cs. lertrldiri :'' il; tin lias at Bit IMW mliwsy, no- I.Tuls f-.-nn fx.'r.. itjt.fin: rpf. lain of 1 sin J leeisaica !.i rslustlos. itao fur tnrt!dilr "I Ins irj I1 - 1 r'v . mi's. .11. ,1.... nPI'nnTt'NITT I 1 it'-'T WnrM, 7, TIMI TOBUVVOUR ' 1 IL. T. ft ... y:vtfusriruTiDaii a aZMP .llsavJJ www l(-AB1 V - trr 1-' ,'r.v s tin - . 1 wef-K yi m"i ri.e CMTU HjiipiNC. a iUCDIT . f f Sk 1 k VsJnallCc 1 AMfRICAH WATCH DIAMOND CO M 6 MAIDEN LANE IStsIkueOr LiA)ii.ii-i. law alii, Istlrseagi sosrealsnl i. steati s.ffjitwl; rrprsssntstirc oslls, tslrtiiiuas. IYNOIUATI COMPANY. II V. Uih UN t'Hr.iill, JiamoiuU, li'hss. jlr, Metnm, litaii Credit Co.. 4ft i Igftti H t)iu Bseniogs, iw.r.Ki.v Luy diaejoails, leseint, wii SU li-, IBM Id A,., pest H7 h. (Inss ..hiiiiij.. STEAMBOATS. Patten Line oi Uagliiao.li. Mm Unt.l, . Urtaok. reUt 4UmJ ll J',, tM.l.f ,'' l W. tftt'i w p M ,. mwimiu. cn.11. uaiih s 1 iy - , , ,. ., ..,., m flu --fiynltT M$l. liilakpi in imj lUIH 4DDB133 S. J. S,, UOX 181. W'jRLO, Or. -o tt -i UlMM 1 irl'.i Mia. lit a L''v: H .V'o; naff r DIAMONDS ON CREDIT s.J L'k' r rS Is V JVJi UCliUalAfl, Hitltnb,7 Msldin Laa PIANOS AND ORGANS, u.'.a l, uui 1Q t'.iu. nni;r M (V. irt , It- ,..KIrt St. Ilalr. i i.tnra lot 111 giltailiisiiHiiTs u, w7ild tasj us je.'i . ut Amsriivu Ihitr.vl U.itf.r otiuis la u.. tar uaui nr. il WM&S'h,i, Coat: 12.00 M i' h HW fit Uisti pbAffl rnllur ainl i.a",' .urn-bara .-nffi- ari ! ct atin lining -Uau tl'ill MtJl .tt a r Hi.llriJl'lv ., a ; rii r. WUMKV CiMT- 'H iiMl h'l.OOR. 39cHabivH' tre$ea 22 Vols IAd blsluill Btrlsi trim'. I Willi ruili'r tucks and II. H ,r.i tn 3 leiini. INFANT' KBIT -I.' UNO Kliult. frti.wi Hunt, 11. WW ( rttclirt Spread.. 1.01 Mm 1.30 UBN'H ITUNIsUlNdS i i, sacs In I. if. MAIN KWiiill. USc Sainsook i ombtnal on .69 I'ri'ttj oke stria ol faasr Isosa, aatb'r s'i,l rib t. In $16.98 aBV .ill. n. ritrs tn., uml.illloo snil .mall l..s "it i i 'unor ll'THO ur tllolus nx'Oi. Hi Tdiltn PLiiiilt Sl.iH Wk rull firm Hinr f!..r.l .i-.;iii. Sl'llKAlxl HAaBMBXT, 9Se Linen Table llamask 71 " .Toluol, ii.su iiu.tin -l,lri-l.rd anil i.ubliicl L1NBNM M UN l l.i li 'It 4Sv Whltt Scarf. & Siuart. La.r run im.1 mtli itrau s,.-ri ,ir U, It T I.INB.VS MAI NI'IAJH. SOc Blrd$tf4 Diapering "nl ! diwabl. TOWBLLINtiH MAIN 30 ML'HI.IN TNIIKUVYBAH sbcond fi.ohk. Me Mark Sateen I'ett coat. .69 r'utuj Mrksit and i iirrnl nnuases ill U'listlis. PKTTlroATn sgX'uM) i i dob. a, .. FfaaM.J.II. VImmuu 71 roil lengtli tlso T.-i' 4sln solan sn.l Pe Ur ffeVfl rrlCfg flOOOflg I. in, ,.itl:i i.r . In 'i I ami- l n e nr lielteJ H It tl'I'CHM 'Ij iiMi I'l.unlt. 6J and absorbeot. Fl.iKlU. ;". Xainnook. -40 inch . 7t ' Oil an. 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