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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1911.
!l 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL
LOSES MEMORY ON
Appeals (o Policeman to Help
Her Remember" Name
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KANSAS CITT. Nov. I -Th. mare " 10 ,h WJltlMf
v "ii i m'-pi m. nominaum. i n.111
rt!'.r not UlftW tha qOMUOK (I l!l
tlmr. It "'ay not hp nWMMTJf i
to make an "announ -p-norn.' "
mention of a man' nani" fef til frlenda
a r ran lldatr fur tha Vice-
Preaidcnry U hlahlr gratifying, hut
T':n In'." aiM Kir! who had
.Hvr ;i il timidly at tha .leeve of Piirrul
McKlvojr of ihe Watt Forty
Vtnth ttreat police. it.iMun at niglitii
ttrantla aii.l l'lftv-llflh street Utt n'.jht.
"An. I your home la where?" aknl
"That'i thr strange part of It." eal'l
th trt t ! . "I L.in't rcinenijrr. I FtBiajUe.
br tkal my father ll an Importer of
wlnea. but I can't remember his name
or an tiling tin.11
"Any hrohera or aletera?" aaked Mc
Elvoy, hoping to Jon her mamory,
"No alstL'i'S yea. tl.at's right I have
one brother. He's an artlat. He has a
ttudlo that't strange I can't remem
ber." Patrolman McKlvoy took tha girt to
th police station, where she waa quea
tloned by Detective Kalalltach. It was
learivd that before noon yoaterday ht
had atarted on a shopping expedition.
At 1 o'clock ahe had dlnod. Whor?
ha could not remember.
"Then It aeemed at If I waa taken to
different world." the aald. "I couldn't
(member anything. My mind wouldn't
work. I I oh, dear. It won't work
Tha girl, who teamed to be about eev
gtetn ytart old, had a large black pock
atbook, In which waa a card Inscribed,
Tionamlo." This, ahe recollected, It her
aurname. Her Christian name aha could
aot recall. She waa taken to tha Poly
clinic! Hospital, where It was said ahe
WM Buffering from aphasia.
She la 4 feet ( Inchea tall and weight
Iff pounds. She wore a black fur hat
with white trimming, a blue woollen
ault of good material, and black ahoea
and stockings. She haa dark hair and
Thirty-fourth Street, Weat
Willi hioSd a very Important Sale off
Glrte', Juniors', Hisses' and
at greatly reduced prices,
Commencing Saturday, Nov. 2d.
OB!RL' COATS, 4 to 16 years, $9.75 & 13.75
Former prilces $13.75 to 22.50
JUNIORS' COATS, 13 to 17 years, $114.50 & 16.75
Former prices $20.00 to 26.50
MISSES' COATS, 14 to 20 years, $18.50 & 24.50
Former prices $26.50 to 35.00
WOMEN'S COATS, 34 to 44, $59.50 & 29.50
Former prices $28.00 to 42.00
Also a Clearance Sale of
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' DRESSES
Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chine, Cnarmeuse,
Brocades, Serges, Velvets, Corduroys,
Eporcge, etc $17.50
Former prices $26.50 to 35.00
announce for To-morrow, Saturday, the following
Extraordinary Reductions in
5maV:l Women's and Misses'
in entirely new styles Iftd of the most dHrable fabrics, comprising
COATS, of Blanket Materials.
Reduced from 19.73 to
COATS, of Chinchilla.
Reused from $29.50
COATS, of Black Broadcloth,
Reduced irom 35.00
TAILORED SUITS, of Cheviots,
Reduced from '21.00
TAILORED SUITS, of Imports
and Diagonals, three models.
TAILORED SUITS, of Velvet Corduroy
and Two-toned Diagonals, ari CP
lieraofore 39.50 to 45.00, at '25,01), 32.DU
Dresses for Street and Afternoon Wear,
Of Wool Eponge, Velveteens, ,
Corduroys and Charmeuse, 1 7,Ol), .2,1, Jo
Reduced Irom 2J.75 and 39.50
to $1 3.75
22 to 26
tl Forsythe 34th st., we
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
New Leather Hand Bags
2.95 Vaiue 4.00
Made of English cron and long grain Morocco: even-inch German silver engraved or
leather covered frames. Inside fittings.
Bonwit Teller & Co.
Extrao rdinary Sale Saturday
Misses1 & Juniors' Suits, Coats, Dresses
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Misses' & Juniors' Tailored Suits
18.50 24.00 39.50
In connection with the Sale of Misses' Apparel,
a large collection of
Misses and Children's Trimmed
School and Semi-Dress Hats
will be offered at $ ? Pi if) n
special prices ranging from o.ov to v.OU
Attention is alto directed to a choke selection i new models in I )rejs
and Street Hats of i:ur, Plush and Velvet, in the most fashionable
colorings, also English Tailored Hats at Moderate Price.
West 23d and 226 Streets
Of wide wales and men's wear
serges, in tailored and Norfolk
models. Sizes 13 to 18.
Of co-.duroys, two-tone novelty
fabrics ;md Lrtid bound cuta
ways of diagonals. Sizes 1 3 to 1 8.
Of velvets, corduroys, vclour
d: lainc and broadcloths, in
reproductions of Paris models.
Misses' & Juniors' School & Dressy Coats
is no 25.00 39.50
Of plaid back English vicunas
and chinchillas, double breasted
models. Sizes 13 to 18.
Of strip- diagonals, chinchillas
and other warm-without-weight
fabrics. Sizes 14 to 18.
Of velveteen, corduroy and
chiffon broadcloth in tailored
and dressy styles. Sizes 1 4 to 1 8.
Velvet, Corduroy, Serge
& Cbarmeuse Dresses
A very large collection of chic styles, appropri
ately trimmed with sashes and girdles. All
the leading shades. Sizes 13 to 18.
Girls' School & Dressy Coals
Made of meltons and chinchillas, in full length
double breasted models, in navy, brown, tan,
gray and delft. Sizes 6 to 14.
The New Store for Men
Fur Trimmed French Seal Coats
Collars and Cuffs of French Mole, Civet Cat, Leopard or All Seal
Entirely new models of exclusive design, made in the Bonv.it Teller fur workrooms, loose draped to
side cutaway models, with peasant sleeves and "Robcspierrt" colLrs.
y4. ft or full length. Sizes 13 to 18.
.95 Value 1.50
Smart model, trimmed with
wide torchon lace top and
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Women's Corsets Mescaline Petticoats
1.50 2.95 Value 3.95
Girdle top, medium and full Silk jersey tops, smart models,
figure models, lorg encasing mrssalinc flounce and silk
hips, strong jaretti lles. underlay.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Judging by every other standard so
called that we've seen, there is, in every
suit and overcoat assembled in this New
Store for Men, a decided extra value :
extra good all-wool clothi,
extra good designing,
extra good xtylc,
extra jood tailoring,
extra comfortable, Jit,
extra length of wear,
extra all-around satisfaction
It's mightily gratifying for a man
young or old to know that hen- he cannot
go wrong, no matter what he chooses.
Suits and Overcoats at $16.50
Suits and Overcoats at $15
$18 and $20 Suits at $12.50
Thr liisi two items tre our regular stock.
Sails in black or fancy patterns, conservative
or modified soft'foll models,
Overcoats arc Chesterfields or long weather
coat, sniiirt, warm coats in rough and smooth
finish fabrics in plain effects and mixtures, wool
lined or onlv yoke-lined.
The Season's Largest Coat Sale
For Misses Girls Children
14 to 18 years 8 to 16 years 3 to 6 years
The " Fifth Avenue Leader "
Roft A Co.' rxohnivr eutoiii aliap and tailoring a bny'n cat for girl; in fine Chin
chilla, chock wor-trd IfMd, full Unuth. The last 800 of these coats now ready..
In navy, lislit and diirk gray and hrown; in every size 3j to 14 yean.
Regular price 116.75, 9.75
The "Boulevard" Dress Coat
From the Rue dfl In Pni to us. A chic tilted boulevard coat with deep, soft vMvet
collar and MmfldtiPl lined throughout. In cadet, navy, brown Zibeline Cheviots.
8 to 16 years. Regular price 135.00, 15.00
Another Winter Dress Coat" The Londonderry "
A Norfolk style of Imported Corduroy, silk lined throughout. In black, navy, brown.
8 to Hi years. Regular price $35.00, 24.50
The "Motor-Sport Coat"
F"r I ir! and Children. A dodblS-fMSd Polo Coat in tan and navy; check backs.
"i to 10 ftsrs, Regular price $16.75, 12.75
Velveteen Braided Dress Coats
YVhiU Mlk lined throughout. to fi years.
Regular price $15.75, 10.75
An Extraordinary Sale Chinchilla Coats
In all colors. 14, 16, 18 years
A New Complete Raincoat Stock
at 5.95 7.50 9.75 15.00
Girls' Suits, Dresses and Kimonos
(illtl.S TAII.OK-MADK BUTTS
Of Wool Mixtures and Cheviots; two and three-piece models. 10 to 15 years. 9.75
CIUI S' TWO 1'IKCi: St ITS
Of ttnfjlish Corduroy, plain and Norfolk models. Colors: navy, brown and
blaok. 10 to 1 years 19.50
' Clltl.s' ONK-I'IKCK OPKN FRONT MOPKT,
uf One Krench Serge in medium and dark colors, effectively trimmed with
braid and buttons. S to 18 years 6.95
FRENCH IIAND-MADK DRKSSKS
Of tine White liatinte, prettily hnud-cinliroidcrcd and lace trimmed.
84 to 7 yean 5.00 Up
OIRI.S' LONG KIMONOS
of Figured Flu lette, trimmed with fancy border. Colors: pink, blue and
tan. 1 to 13 years 1.45
We will close out a lot of
Slightly Soiled Dresses at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Children's Sleeping Garments
FI.A N'N BLETTJE NIQjjT DRAW Kits
While, blue or pink stripes; (with or without feet.) T to 12 years. $0c q 1.20
White, hluc or pink stripes; lb hop style; round or surplice neck; braid
trimmed, 1 to 14 y.;ar 85c, t0
We also carry a complete assortment of sizes in Can
ton Flannel, Fleece-lined Cotton, heavy weight,
knitted, in Unshrinkable Flannel, Muslin or Cambric.
Complete Stock of Children's Guimpes
For ages 2 to 14. AU wanted styles shown.
Siiiare necks embroidery trimmed) low neck with turnover collars of either Ince and
embroidery, three-quarter sleeves; Ii'ikIi necks, with long sleeves, some with tucked collars
and culTs or finished with lace and embroidery.
75c. 98c. 1.15 1.25 to 4.50
FIFTH AVENUE At Thirty-Fifth Street
FREE WITH NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
Words and Music of the Song Hit
The Woman Haters
New Musical Comedy Now Appearing at
The Astor Theatre
Put lied by Permission of T. B. HARMS, FRANCIS, DAY & HUNTER
Ctunus of the Copyright
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