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THE EVEITINO WORM, MOWDAT, OOTOTrmt 18, I14.
ir ABOUT PLAYS AND PLAYERS BY BIDE DUDLEY Tha blond stenographer dropped her powder puff In a drawer nnd heiran to sharpen her pencil. "Hay," nhii aiild to nobocfy In particular, "have nny of fcyoo people seen this piny, 'Undiscov ered' r "At whut thentro?" nskotl Topple, the ahtpptng clerk, poising his pen over the ledger. "It's at tho Cort house," shouted Bobble, tho ofllco boy. "Hal ha I That's a cood one." "Just a minute, now!" said the sten ographer. "Who do you think you are, Uolibla Dock Primrose, tho min strel man?" "You mcuu (Jcorgo l'rlmroar. don't you?" usked Spooncr, thy bookkeeper. '"Oh, Mr. T?pooncr, you're ho tiro f tome somutlmca with that 'superior knowledge' of yours," replied tho 'jilonde. "What If I did Ket l'rlmrosc's liame wronpT You don't havo to ml vertlso tho fact, do you 7 Now, to Kut back to my original tiuestlon, hoa any one hero seen 'Undiscovered'?" "If I'm not mistaken. Miss Tlllle." aid the shipping clerk smlllim sweet ly, "that play Is called 'Covered Up.' However, we're all apt to tnnko mis takes." Miss I'rlmm private secretary to the boss, looked up from tho letter aho'd been reading. "If this town had nn Ignoramus catcher, Just as It has dog catchors, he'd como near clennlnK out this of ' flee,'' sho said. "Thnt play nt tho Cort Is 'Undur tho Cover' and It was written by Itoystcrcoop McC.ruw, an Irish dramatist. I know bocaitso my cousin bad a letter from a frlond of McOraw saying tho playwright was heart-sick over tho war. A llttlo study of current affairs wouldn't hurt you people a bit." There wan a brief period of silence and then the blonde spoke up again. "Well." she Bald, "my ouostlon Is still unanswered.' Has anybody hero seen sXthat show? ' Tho others replied In tho nogatlve and the stenographer continued: "It I don't go to tho Cort to-night I may drop In nt tho Mttlo Theatre." "Gee!" said tho shipping clork. "I'd tike to havo a look at 'A Pair of Silk Stockings.' " . "Whoa!" sang out Hobble. "Lemma git you right. What Is It that you'd llko to lamp?" "Novor mind him, Mr. Popple!'" said Mln Prlmm. "It happens thnt I know a good deal about tho man who wroto that play. A mutual frlond told mo he was In tho pockctbook business and gavo It up to write 'A Pair of 811k Htocklngs.' " "Well," chimed In Bobble, "thoy al ways was more money In stockings than In pockotbooks.'' "Nix on thnt stuff, kid!" said Spooner. "Nobody home over your way?" "Nobody home but the bends nnd somebody's been strlngln' thorn,"' camo from tho boy "Hy thoiwny,' camo from tho ship ping clerk; "I went to the Columbia the other night and saw a funny fel low named Don llnrclay. He re minded me of Frank Danlclson" "D.inlels. you mean," said Miss I'rlmm. "Ito'o the ouo who was so funny In 'The Ited Widow.'" "I thought Ftnymond Hlckox played the comedy role In that show," said the stenographer. "Permit mo to say thnt you thought wrong," snnpprd Miss Prlmm. "Pol lack nnd Wolfsberger wore tho come dian In 'The Red Widow.'" "Who's right. Miss Tlllle," aald the shipping clerk. "Certainly I am," nld Mls Prlmm. "Hhuhert l.ee was the producer. If I'm not mistaken ho was onco post miiotcr nt sonic town up-State." "Any kin to den. l.ee?' asked 'the stenographer. "No Generals In his family so far as I know. "Thoy sum was," said Bobbie. "When ho was postmaster he must u-had old general Unlivery and" "Listen, Hobble, you ought to sell that humor of yours." said Huoonor, "On tho level, you're n regular Mark Train." "A regular who?" nskori tho stenog rapher. "Mark Train He's the f?llow who wrote 'Qulncy Adnms Sawyer.' " "They're off again," said Miss Prlmm with a sneer. "You menu Mark Twain, Mr. Spooner. And, by tho way. ho didn't wrlto 'Qulncy Adams Hawycr": ho wroto 'Uncle Tom Hawycr. 'Why don't you study up?" The shipping clerk put his pen In tho rack. "Just n minute, folks!" he snld. "You're all awny off. In tho first place 'I'nclo Tom K.iwyer' was written by Harrison lluuchur Stowo, and" "It wai a good atowery," said the bookkeeper. " "Aw, say" tho shipping clerk begnn. "What?" asked Hobble. Just then the door knob rattled "Nothlngl" HtUtl tho shipping clerk. A moment later tho boas entered, looked around nnd smiled. "(Iln.i to sen you all so busy," ho said. "I'm n bit late to-day, but 1 havo an ex cuse." "Yp7" said Popple, with a rising Inflection. ".Stayed up rather late Inst night," continued tho boss, "Went to see Montgomery and l!ock." MUSICIANS WALK OUT. There wns a strike nt tho Victoria Theatre yesterday afternoon. Just about the tlmo the curtain wns scheduled to go up George May and his orchestra anounced that they didn't Intend to play for tho Bhow. Hultiu members of the musicians' union, they were nitjtrlcvril because arrangement had been madn tu sup plant the regulur oiehestra nt tho llammersteln Lexington Avenun Op era House with .1 band, the leuder f which, nccordlitg to their story, was not In high favor with the union. Arthur llammersteln found a pianist In the theatre nnd put him to work. Ho got along pretty well until tho electrician In the gallery turned a spotlight on a girl who wns singing. Then tho pianist got out of his strldo nnd mixed things up badly. Whllo tho spot was on tho girl tho rest nt tho houso was dark and the plnnlst couldn't see his music. Things begnn to go from bid to worse. Finally, while tho third net was being presented, I.oney Haskell strolled In, having Just como from home. Immediately hn got Into com munication with thn Iz-xlngton Ave nuo Opora Homo, nnd had tho band rellevod of Its work and the orchestra put back. Thnn Prof. May and his strikers went Into (ho Victoria's pit and the dove of peace settled nn tho thentro and laid an egg. At no tlmo was the audience angry not even when Manugor peach. Haskell made a GOSSIP. Author Jon Urum promises ti mr a splke-talled coat when Adele Wood opens In "Milady's Houdolr" nt the U.urlck Thursday. Mrs. William Collier (Paula Man) will have a comedy rid" In the farco (leorge M. Cohan Is writing for her husband, lttister Collier will have a part too. John J Nolan of Columbia County hss sent William Fnversham live bar rcH of apples for tho destitute fam ilies of actors In Huropc, In order that as many as pnsslblo may benefit. Air. Favcrsham will suggest npplo sauce. (leorgo Stalling, who will offer hl.i baseball munolngun at the I 'atari this week, may rnrlto a poem that stnrti out, "Fat black bucks In n wine-barrel ro'Hii." Anil at first ho wasn't go Ing on tho stago at nil. Lloyd II. Cnrleton will to-day berln waking n film nut of "Tho Idler' from ii scenario by Hoy 1.. Met urdeii. Catherine Counties and Charles ltlrh mun will portray tho principal roles. IT'S CERTAINLY FINE. The Jokes at thn show last night wero pretty good. For Instance, on fellow said opern-houso curtains aro expensive bernuse they are always going up. Can you bent It? Mnys vlllc. Kan., Globe. AMU9UMENT3. COLDS, HEADACHES, CONSTIPATION, REGULATE YOUR BOWELS! 10 CENTS Had Colils, Furred Tongue, Indiges tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head aches come from a torpid liver anil clogged, constipated bowels, which cnuie your stomach to become tilled with umli- foiled food, which sours nnd ferments ike gnrhnge in a swill btrrel. That's" the first step to untold misery foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, severe colils, everything that is horrible and nauseat ing. A Cnlcnrct to-night will straighten you nut by morning a 10-rcnt box from your druggist will keen your Li vcracti ve, liowels clean, Stomach sweet. Head clear and make you feel bully for months. Don't forget the children. PCjVJJTsjwgw ej ej ta sNJO j!piiP" PRICE 10 CENTSj OEP'CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEER AMUSEMENTS CANDLER XgVtf.KW ON TRIAL UIW.KHT HIT IV 3B VKAIta.. . A CTflR llroa.l.ar fc 4.".th at Km! H.tO "31UR , vV, Hat, A. hn. a Dir. Urn. M. Cohan's Miuterplrrr MIRACLE MAN Limilftl.lltji,,, vVM Sal lr ,A EHZHKLH ltliJlU. ItUUtVHIIUh & .M.I.MIMi I'AMT.' WALLACK'Sj-IO-IIOHTlES: "THE HIGHWAY OF LIFE" U K. Prttr' ItrajanatlMUnn of ltiart Dicker..' iiaviii ropitiiKii:i,i. PARK tt,hm,&, ""k E,- -io) 'i'i;" rftlVIV MaU.Vil..at.Ar:iee l(Ml( A'nl. MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL fti,AV"'twWAKW "PYGMALION" BOTArtlK "THE STORY 4V, ROSARY" ATOP N. T. TIIEATHE. S.80 to 2. JardindansE EVELYN NESBIT T!fl?( Ja-lirltffnnl, llonnUll CUfl.m WKSholharj Roller Skating and Dancintr is rma'aVFa nui'nnb U.llilirt.l Aft- 2ft. utliw :wwni iml .Ttnlrtf. Lmhoiu In rfanrln tltw rink tcrj flatvlDjr, OLYMPIC M Mat. Dally ZALLA'S OWN CO. IlfwiT Tth Vary ri'MoM In 1. .Noon In "IlthllWr til. fVpnca.' Ctranri I 11. .! 1'. M. iNIHinl Orcll. ft U'rtrltr. 1- to " 1VM, "Tli Man from Mtilro ITAQRAPH W HI.VIATIII1'. FATI OUAV I H.OIIA 1'tM Z.SO&.0 ilrl.tjHir. 1 l.tra. aM .V Kin1 Hai rt iii.M'iii v-v maiiii: 1 1 bOA I ti) SV.W MIIIK-.m I.KADtMl THKATMI'M. tmrinL)!,,, r nt Gun i, ILLL-' In St.lnu Mn.l.rel lllt't.OMACV. KMCaiiqilttK'KKII, II'khv A MMh HI J.it" ai In Matt rtt .Hat A MfDlm la lunn nianiipniiiii II. inula llrlmi JiMeiih t'Mutliorn :rv 1 Attll III the Mu.lcnt ! . Till! 1 (llltl. I HUM I I Alt M , , , I II lit, A LAST Mat -J IV. The Beautiful Adrenluro Nt Wk l l'.IMH sos ntllT AST HUDSON ""- iVri'lWiW8,1"" ROSE STAIN m I'omMi niRRIPtv SMIi l , rf II iaai MAT Lood MILADVJ ht J.C.OatUrl rpi kirn W"i w,h ' l s Leo Ditrichilein Phantom Rival IIAMUO M, la.f .Kat A lie tiim . a ft a nirif?n ttriiil i nr. ortLAnirtixuDrv jiiiisii l-ULTONfV1 ornc r;-'vi. TWIN BEDS I'l ftUL' II ajr A 4Hlh at. I !., IJ ! tlLUUt, M,.,,' WM Hat. A Bif lr Montgomery it Stone MJJS 4ih at. Kin nm. l 1A lt, liAIbl I RUTH CHATTERTON 15 Daddy Long-Ugs 7.1 EGFELD DANSE DE FOLLIES Mtiliri V iKiri-nl Hiiii.Ihv) J'-ai'i, A'"1' LiPERTYxf,',:' v;-" 4,1 K I'.lri- Pl Y of Ha Kit at .0 PI.TINr.P.M.l -Wnl " ' -MiM at "viV" coHAN,sa,v,',;a.fff;.a NctTYork fe. IV. inuM MAcniM in "JUIL ft1 ilVllll mnuvn UMlliiri AMU3EMENT8. ITIILE ' Olll)ll. 2Sc PEG O'MY HEARTi-V.V.V-SV. Nolo Manaanuriit IM. I!. riilirnn. ROSE BtRDEIlS InEURt .vv.0- TAIWSVMDH THESE fMSi Vm ROSE GARDENS S'rix. m. IDln. Dhilntr. llrpt Am lM HAMMERSTEIN'S tiir Mosr liKviTinn, man in tub WlUtl.U i I'm ill Huanl. I'rfitler Ml- lricr I Is (TV Voi nl .trnnlA Jack lirlirr, $5.00 PANTS FREE! IjllHBffABRHKI Cth at . 4VI4 fta. iMIIf Mali 7. tint aaU 1 VARS fZ 1000 .NilM at WARS 4X WORLD nr. i en rhr.tr. SMta 25c 4 50c Winter (Inrrl.r. -7 " iiau. nio(, nian, ci. IIANJ INII with AI 'Him XMf II .'.1, tni' JIH.SOM A Co. o( irrnarit llronlll. BOOTH rii". 4Sih. w. irr, "V- 1 nimtrli traT TO VllltllllM .-iiinr, n.m. EXPERIENCE I ITTI P '"UK.. MUl.XV. of llStv.to. . .7. '' "'i. H" lT.5 0. CVHII, HAtuVltlltt-H IVnatr. A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS . Ill rlrala at VI rf.irmancii. To tvUarf. Tf MY LADY'S DRESS I!l,5.1S.CONSEft(lgNCES Mil iif nrj.'.ii.is.iiit.Woi.at.i;iro.l MR. FAVERSHAM I TljE )VUh.M14.K. IJIOJIKIAT lri.lHW!S. tM"w Jlau. X. A Hal., S,10, IwmH Fritti Schc in Pretty Mr. Smith THE LAW TVtln LAND "!fi,A 39TH ST. V:tiZiW&XU Jhe i 3d Party Prinr.a. n'' H',, ".ti. i nncesi hw tm. iM llll'H WONKKIII I'l. IINK-ACT l'l.At. I.M'MUH.Vlt "liuU hff," "a tHirrlmm-t arrram." Ilwaal. MANHATTAN !.M.'.ba unixx, ............ ..... . . 1 1 :i I'oiTi.Ati ur.n. t. A Nlh A,. MAT., i.on. IT'S A WtHALEI COIlfjTPr- ' V Mill""- i:i"U.m S m y.t ..I',... iim; 5 ii,. Standard ISKVVSs Wffi 'TOO MANY COOKS'"! c RaaUurant, Third Floor Miule 12.00 to 3 artawatli UN A Fine List MORNING SPECIALS' TOMORROW, TUESDAY, UNTIL 1 PvM. To prevent dMlsrs buytnc, quantlttos raatrtotad. No Vail or Tatsptioaa Order. tl.tt WMta Valla lUaaM .77 ICmb'd front and yoke lawn raat and collar tons; ! all alsea. nuifnca wcoxn n.0011. 3 d. UttbTett'WMteSUrU. loke and Frenah modtli ... Jl mh'r nn tnc irima itifi 10 n yr. IMKirTTH' IIEIT. MBCOND FLOOll. SO cl. Men'i Fleeted UrxWrweer M Hhlrti". plnulo or double breast aleo drawers camel's hair color ubs a iruiiNiiniNoa uain noon, 23 cl. Hat ar Sash RtbWn 14 Saline, moire taffetae black, white and colore alio pretty drendene. mnnoNo main rton. $1.47 Leatrem SeHn Chsrmeass l.M 40-Inch white, cream, blaok evenltiaT and atrert colore. Blt.KH MAIM rufon. M ct. AH Weel kVeeiklethe M riO-lnrh chiffon finish cadet. Potiptiliaacn. olive, myrtle, car dinal, a-arnet. brown, navr, blaok. fiRKSH 110014-MAIN KI.OOK. 10 tl. Fancy Perttba H Llarht and dark colors with varl on. width alrlpes. flruree. eta. for hn!irlrnf. elc. WAsn miFJM rinaiiMBASBUv.fr. tlM Dameak PertietM IM Iteyerelble beet eolorlnne wide Oobelln tnpeetrv borders. oniofaTBRT nAsnrcMT. ct Neechea' MbiEm M 41-lneh no dreealnv .mnt rlnl.h. AUo 4.h..r"BVL",.ril'"' H .lurui.m nanuiin.iT, 23 ct. Cetlen Daaaekt tl tlleached neat deelans. UNtNS-OIAIN TLOol. 3 ct. Men'. HA'Is-H dean J rine Cnmbrlo U and Si Inch hem reartiUr or lera-e elte. lUMKCROIBDt-UIN VtVOOB. M el. A (1.M IU... ru.M -' rf empire modela floral deels-ns ' .cRiiiMir.i nur nr contrail sateen hanrfa all eliee. 75 A $ ct. Beft' Trousers M nionmers nnd knickers fancy cheviots and caeelmerra also corduroys In tnn or r mouie colore t to It yra. now cinnN(-Tiniio riooa, 41 1 ct. Bert' Paiaaiaa-I te ll jts M Heavy nap flannelette pink and blue stripes plain or fro trim alio fancy etrlpe percnlee. "ow nraxinniwarf-irninii rtona. ' Clack Rla-ae Deaele MeralaK Specials. Look far Iks Otoekal Iatk far ke CUckat SPECIAL PERFORMANCE R03ERS0N TRAVELOGUES on GERMANY Arranged by the NEW-YORKER STAATS-ZEITUNG ' for the benedt of the German Red Crott CAIt.NlJtilU 1IAI.I.. Tth Ar. 57th St, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Oct. 27th and 23th. Doors open nt 7.30. IteM-rvml irnte, 60c. Itox Prutn, 11.00. Now on ealu al ofllco of New-Torker titaiitu-ZcltuniC. 182 William St., New York, una 104 Winhluuton HI., IJrooklyn, or at CarneKlo Hall. Ocnernl Admlttnnrn with Mtnute-Iiltuiiar Coupon, 2S cents. PH. r. KUlTll'tl Wo. T. BletlUM. Ul. A A f ATF llr- mr lit lUrm, ALAlEil I.ula. Iinnw, tWIr It'wav 47llt at I Itrwn, Kannvt r.ma nttia The greatest producers of serges and fine staple worsteds in this country are Metcalf Brothers. Their mills are noted throughout the world, and cloths bearing their trademark have the same standard value as silver would have stamped sterling. Through a representative I was sold between forty and fifty pieces of their dark silk mixtures. Some have two pieces of a style, some three, some single pieces and some five pieces. Neat, fine effects, guaranteed all wool and all worsteel suitings, both for shape and coloring. These are all finished cloths, soft enough in finish so as not to shine, and smooth enough of surface not to catch dust; a dress-up suit that any tailor or clothier might well consider a price of S30.00 a low mark for this grade of material. I am dressing up an entire window with these coods. and while the fiftv nieces last the price will be, suit to order, Cll. V. KKirllH AIIKI.INK (IK NIC H OLONIAL 'MU flSibFjSXa liallr Ma', r.'. A r., . olhw. . uVmiVij a I Anniverttry Week IMBRA ALL STAR BILL n. k. Kwiifni FALL FESTIVAL RSS'Iall star bill The Handsomest Tailoring Shop in New York City 119-121 Nassau Street A cualomcr purrlia.lnaT ult nr mrrcout from me h the ln rrrilanl laloe nttiarliril to a full nf J. Tiiul Mucitnimlil'e rottlni. He alice you your rlmtri of u rrvumr lapel or III. .nrrlal l.'ne llall rffrct. Mwilonalil make. apertaHr of a rountlril ahoulilrr that the Villi to B7 tailor oil Fifth avenue. Nrw York, we puttlnc en their coat. TIip lareMt clothlna lioue In thn rountrr nro aar.tlnc to Mr, Mnrilnneld to-ilar In rerard In lila aixrhil IdriiK of mntclilna ulalde ami triire In the bucke ot 111. IiIhU. MltrhrU'. riut'imer. art the hep ef II of lime hire, almilutrly frrr, hlKMiil M1T IIKI.I, THIS TAII.OIt. 15.50 To each customer ordering a suit of these clothes I present an extra pair of Trousers of the same goods FREE. CENTURY M Z'l "flSut'i: N UM iiAimmsa mm. ilal., nOLUMBIA "' BURLESQUE TJta&r I The CoUege Glrli grtfig i L.i.ar. illlDDIV U1LI.TIIUA..43J .t. 4 Kiunrvni Mat. To.lMi. Ift.M, fiOf. Huwjalne. CRACKER JACKS ' BROOKLYN AMUSEMENT. TAR -aV Jr A rultnn rMreete. I l K ,yi .rHi Mn 1JM HELLO PARIS KVKHY Hl'NIIAY. TWO IHU CONCKKTH. s KVI D EKALB ass.r iffi "UI'I'MIN 4IIK I t it Week. . . ..Vme. lcroa "anlheav." FOR 8ALE. It is trades of this sort that made Mitchell the Tailor possible. Metcalf Brothers' fine all wool silk and worsted suitings, $15.50, an extra pair of trousers free. including Full Dress Suits to Order Fine German drape, 18 oz. in weight. This suit will positively hold its shape. Dresstd up In silk to the edge. Suit to order, Fine German drape. 18 ox. in we,Kht. ?rCoa 1 ' reauy 10 3F!V II 9 aBBBBBBaWe bji Bafaafa' WW afaV -eaaaaar ar vm ' I i i own Miups in uie auii T uv fCf P 1 1 specialize on Fine Dress Suits season. My price, ready r Kr bbbW .bbbt Ka fBKtw BaaaBBBBTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaBTBflBlBTBTBTBTaTaTBTBTaTaBSaa Custom Made Overcoatings During the dull season I made upj.oou Overcoats. I have them all ready to wear out of my store. I guarantee them all wool. iMack and blue Overcoats, ready to wear Balmacaans In the newest tweeds and cheviots. I have the finest designer in the business for this style coat, and I made these up in my own snops in uie cum season. My price, ready to wear out fc-PC. SLIP COVERS C llluln,, llHIilual.. . f! Mi'rwt lleuiiliolatrrnl In l.i.trj. I'l'liahal Uk. .N.w 4 '9 P. It It I'I'IIIII.MTKIIV I'M.. 337 East 14lh SI. iw. Writ. l'u.r man rill rail vltti aajurlia, rr1in riOM f'ir aul )fHrrrr. wlthlti !1 milt. IDOWN'IWEEKLY MLN'. 110II1KS OS CKtUIl iiK4.nr mik Mint to 1111111:11 HAMII ION-MARTIV CO., Tailors. 171 llnuiiluur. L'ntar S Oortlandl Ul. DIAMONDS ON CREDIT KOYaUiamwuwatchco 35 MAIDEN LANE. tHONE 241 JOHN DIAMONDS ON CREDIT " EAhV Wr.KKI.r (111 MOVrlll.V I'AtMHSM. American Watch & Diamond Co. l.ll:.V I. IN IS. Tat. tuVt Cgrt. MITCHELL 1431 BROADWAY, COR. 40TH THE TAILOR BOSTON STREET 0PEN EV1165 UNTIL 9, SATURDAY 10 O'CLOCK EVaLi am weiiTa HP iti.uer. cjnaaLOjv I DOWN 1WEKLY n.oriiiMi ion Jir.s ami miimicn. I'lirni'.NriAi. mni'iiTiNO co.. JIB W.t tSSth Kt OpanllTenlnfe. AUTOMOBILES. NK.W AM) VHKl) ilOTIlH TKUOK8 rot BILK. A ian.tr ol alaa end mji Uriqa, wUthrr r. oc monil baavl. A&lnm Y, JL, M WecU WMeaa. TUESDA Y IS BLOUSE DA Y Silk and Waahabla Tailored and Draaay Stylea, at Unmatchabla Prlcaa. Hatra You Saan Our WOMEN'S SILK BLOUSES? Saclal at t.tl The keat Talaa at kla prtea fta feanal la Mreater New York. .. .Mar than a foaea Me4ela ar rereee4. In aB-le-4ate taltofael eXleata a plain ar Bmb'l atriM Tah Ilka, Beaaallaea, Meaaallaea, ate In klaek ana beat eeUis, ala tha naw Blaak Velveteen llaavaleaa Baaaaaa that are enjorlas aaeh paavUrity. 1.3t Whlta Voile Btouaaa- all alaaa were ll.t. Bmbroldered front yoke and aleevea or Ullored model, with hemitltehed frill I0D4- alearea low necka. Silk Shadow Laca BloUi all Whlta ohlffon or fleeh color China allk underbqdlea reet efceoU with aaw eape back eallltarr or tow cal ler eome with touoaea of blaok. low Laca Bledaaa ) Itea rai. .9l..j Coma jrauraall aad tall jraur frlandai they will ba glad to Kaar ef thaa eppeirtunltUa. : . COMFORTABLES, PILLOWS Buying in large quantities (or caih give ui the loweit price for which tnerchandiia can be bought frequenl alaa and mall prolita Ow Utfm CO MVOtVFA Full elie ellknllne oorerad plain backa rear. .W Turkey red baek figured top Incle and fullalie re. Il.ll 1.00 llordered Comfortable flnaat Sateen eoroll etltched worth t.4 3.40 Down filled Comfortable eateen coVd TIall In. (ante aatra ala) aleo woul filled full and Bln-U elie worth t.4l 4.4T Wool and Down filled nmfnrtahtea Dlaln and brooaded allk and aatln. . . .18.DM to ad.OO Lamb' Co Crib alee Comfortable eateen ana mini oi or ellk mil oolton filled. own, Wool and .7.09 to B.08 Feather Plllews Choice whit Qeeae reamer nerrmiDone lloatinv. IUJ0.... worth a.tl,...,OB ItalO.... worth 3.. ...U.4U UJ0.... worth ll.SI. ...2.00 MaMurxaarX. tehee aaulaa. Feather Bed Tleka ru i ana eiee aaOTtaa atrip worth LO. ...Vtal 1.10 Full and three-quarter eliee Deal ticKinir worm vi.ir. aaM l.T Maltrea Tleka : worth . s.r iuS:? n. I w"n, to a8T I'lllow Tleka JOilt worth .3. ..aaM ,34 11x19 worth .91 Sal ,3l Jj: worth .4...MM...lal ,39 litftit worth ,(l...-..,lta ,aa BABY FLANNELS SAXONY WOOL Pur weal aad wool adzed I for arery baby um ...J " W.hyVh.,S23.li,t,W frAAjnefia in z:rrJ:s?Ar,"v, ,Tr pi i Hwai a leu m mmr an uq TaaalaF nt1 oarieo year in and ye. ahort th best rood made aa louna ner. sot but alwajaj. naw, n out In anywhere at elated rube Whlta Baby rianaeU , to t4 WMBItOIDBrtBD BABT nAKWMLB ILM. wool cream allk aaab'jr that will aot ravel wTthon null ui ww loreaa new aad ataNa kuScnl..VoaJrU..;w....Jt IXrOltTKD BABT JTIABBbbU pure wool richt klnda for akhrtav band and every other .7- KTRA WIBB BABT BtaAJT. mm M&Lw pur wool it otTnUwa. M auo in iamb nan, ILK KMBROIDBMBn aTaAirBBBLB-. IMPORTED DHEIM AJTO BI Irani SlaANltBl.il finest quajltte rape aad Bedford aaaeV wearaa new noaian stripes andTaytS plalda aa well as IteTj ' f( WOOIa MIXKD IHIRTDra rar,.wr uia eoariei Isewhera (0 ets ill riHEJ TArrBTA TXaA unshrlakabla auparior m) oomoinaiion pretty ror atotMan. lounalaa- arowna, kajamasaad a other car mania. ...... ,etpcla OAlfTOIf AMU DOMJBT araAWBranrj jueei quaiiiy aiiaaeaed nafl unbleached eleewhsra It akw M $2.00 All Wool Broadcloths Fine Auntrallan wool 64 Inch- Water spot proof sponged and shrunk... llalaln, anira Vyrti. uelll, African Drown, i 1.28 Pansy, Tauoe. forest Green, Marine, lien's Wear Blue and Dlaok. avy. Porcelain Bhs. ALSO, THESE GREAT MATCHLESS VALUES- 80 and 94 Inch MEL ROSES 54-Inch CHINCHILLA COATINGS All wool tlaht curl navy, I , .a a-ray. brown, black re. It. 8S I ! Inillapenaahlo for ohlldren a eoliool coats. 48-Inch Imp'td ASTRAKHANS Jet hleck IiIkIi hmtre email and lanto oiirl loweet-ln-the-clty prices. 3.98 . 5.49 . . 5.98. . 9.98 to 8.98 GRANITE CLOTHS. SERGES Htrlctly all wool advertised by a leading; bouse as an avtra an.ol.l .1, 1ft n. Fall colors, aleo nary and' 'btaoh. Our trio 50-Inch GABARDINES All wool navy RfUMlat ool fine raised oord I , u and '"'f 1 t 1 1 1 U..1.I l.9 NOTE Do YOU know how great tha saving are if yon buy herT.,..Tie finer tho (trades, the greater the aavinga. . . .If you do not realise tha fact, why net make tho U'at7...,Do eo Tomorrowl No Such Stocks No Such Assortmcnta Elsewhere Womun'a Petticoat Moet comprehensive atocka at all time Exceptional price advantage EXTItA IZi: I'KTTICOATS cotton tops Ihp, flnnly plaited (liiuiioce of inomnllne blnck, nnvy, Klnir blue, Iluselan gttnn anil rmeraM l.OH iiKtii'i.Aa tiitK pirrricnATK iarrolas, meaialltiee anil ellK eraeye plHltod flounces lack and smart colors 1,08 WOOL JHIISHY rirmCOATat all wool close flttlnr massallne, taffeta aftrt sateen flounces regular and extra sliee to S.9S For Few Days We Will Sell OUR CELEBRATED SIDE HEMMED SHADES at 37- Instead oi 49 cti. Mnde of dead finish Holland, In white, ecru and dark arrcen aeven foetlonir beforp hemmlnir. 2S to S7 Itiohee wide (actual mruauretnent) The aid iit.ni iiiHKea a Biiienuia iinisn ana aaae rreatly to wr Shades with stda in itms never fray or cut out. Roller 14 ets. SnADGS I re JMM WMHHUAW Of XaiisT'a Iiq taonsaa or. upaque, . , i ,', , aawat BBBh MXtrPt 3s m 3 .-.".!-rf.gj-...v .rt.y !5S