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THE SUN. SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1911.
PIT MASQUERADES AS HEAYEN
7;.4r pit, nvr
HOW U.iU THAT IS.
The Imp lultei n Lot of I'oor Children
Down There. I.iiml Them With Doll
and Cnntfy anil Don't .show a Nlncln
Pair nr Hollrr NkMe-s to tho Crippled.
Tho childhood below Canal etreot on
I hi Island for every child knows It la an
(gland had a Rorgfous circuit yesterday
and band playing and u Rood time gener
ally at tho froduco Er.chutiRo. Snobs
and Blummer were barred out. It was
for poor children only.
More than :,000 little boy and girls
from charltablo organisations of all de
nomination, together with their mothers
-such as have any were tho guests of
the exchange iH soon after "2 o'clock as
they could got in and stayed until after I,
vjhen tho circus was wound up by a distri
bution of Hoveral tons of baskets corded
up atone end of the big room. Kach child
got a bosket all to itself. Tickets for ad-
mlislon to the festivities hnd been distrib
uted days ago by priests, clergymen, sis
tors. Salvation lassies. Vofttnteers and thb
ofllcials of tho Jewish freo school for crip
pled children up at 157 Henry street.
More than ?00 little cripples were there.
holding down the special bonchesof honor
reserved for them on the 'Wheat Side,
Opposite, on the le favored "Flour
Side," were several hundrea of the smaller
children from below Canal street. The
very exocutivn ofllces of tho exchange
had moved out for tho band, which wa
a real band, not tho too-too-through-a-tln-tube
sort of thing with which the St6ck
Lxchange disgraced Christmas. And
there in the middle, over tho abyss where
in is sold nothing less than cottonseed
oil and all its by-products, was the whole
paraphernalia of a tirst clots circus in
Tho circus catuo after the overture.
long before the distribution of the baskets,
First there were dancing dogs who ran
round baskets and things in spite of an
adorable spotted clown, and all to the di
rections of a ring master whom for ma
jesty the old Stock Exchange's drum
major couldn't touch. Then there was
a spry man In spito of his dinner coat
who did remarkable, things with his el
bows, but who was constantly molested
by another clown, also in dinner coat,
with an opera hat which had been appro
priately sat on. Then there was a young
family of acrobats whose sister wore
bcurlet clothes striped with gold and
went through no end of cruel, beautiful
contortions with a smile on her face.
Her brothers, in spotted leopard skins,
liko the pict ure of Sandow in barber shops,
jumped and leaped all over each otlior
and shnued their muscles until tho old
spotted clown came back and drove them
out of the rine with a giraffe as spotted
as himself The giralTe tramped on his
stomach, which made noises like a fire
wagon in the distance.
.Nest came a cklnny jockey with solid
gold shoes who danced with his charming
HMer, both on purple roller skates. Then
they juggled nickel plated sofa cushions,
dancing all the time Gold wash bowls
l hat whirl magicallv forever they tossed
aloft and played with on the tip ends of
little Micks and whip cords which cracked
when they weren't twirling the wash
bowls l rockery whirling, drunken
crocKerv-they had of the unbreakabe
kind which danced all over a table. And
If certain of the fatter and more proi-per-ous
looking members of the, exchange
hadn't begun making funny (.peeches and
pummelling each other's heads over at the
rye or broom corn or mutton or alfalfa
' hales ring Just then the skaters might liavu
kept right on making the children cheer
all nighr That sacrilegious rocket drove
I them away, never to return. But the
I spelling pony and hi misspelling coin
J rades took their places very well, spelling
1 (and misspelling) "cat." "rat." "bat," and
all such good orthodox words.
And alter everything was over and the
children and the priests and the parsons
and tho lassies and all had clapped till
their hands blistered the committee on
entertainment, every one of whom looked
as paternal as Santa himself, raided tho
cords of baskets and royally gave them
away For each boy two pounds of de
licious candy -with nuts in mostly six
orange and a many apples, one magnifi
cent illuminated jackknifo. a base ball,
homo toys and a pair of brand new roller
skate- tor each girl the same except a
superb doll all dresed-and a workbox
In place or the base ball and the jackknifo.
But not h single pair or roller skates wus
exhibited or even talked about in the face
of the little cripples who had got their
baskets first and were already revelling
in colored hockey caps, drawing sets,
necktie, games and other delights
Vears ago (Tour) the Produce Exchange
ustd to have a homo made amateur circus
by its own comical members, all in futile
imitation or the Stock Exchange. No
body could go and nobodv cared to. The
nuestion is who gave them the tip to do
better. Not amalgamated oharlties or
benevolence societies. Ask the kids If you
really don t know yourself.
UoUl Button for Col. nnosoelt,
Col. Ilookovelt has Ix-on unanimously
elected a member or the Associate Society
of U. 8. CI rant Post. 327. 0. A. It., in Brook
lyn. At tho Outlook oflice on Friday
(.Vimmandnr William C. Peckham of
Grant Post invested him with Hie gold
button of membership. Col. Hoot.ove.lt
has accepted mi Invitation of the Grant
Post to deliver the oration at Grant's
Tomb next Memorial Pay.
Pl.AlNrihU. N. .1.. Dee :il . - Miss Louise
haiimlrrs, tlaimliter of William I,. Saunders
of Itockvlew avenue, and .Maxwell Evarts
FerKIni, son or the late Edward C. Perkins
of litis rlty and grandson of the lale fluted
States Senator William M. Evart, urre
married at noon tn-day In the church or the
Holy Crof. in North PlalntWd. 'I lie llev.
I'rescott Kvaits or Cambridge, Mass., an
illifle ot the bridegroom, nflli-itited, insisted
by the Itev Oeoree A Warner, rector or
The bride was attended by two bride-
mslll IL. .lotitl San.irlnra ..I.A I
MUs l.iiillr lleitrlc" Kaiintlt-rt or I'lilla-
of New ork rit
Mrs. French Vanderbllt passed Christ
mas at Harbor View, her plaeo ot New
port, whero she entertained a holiday
liouso party. Kho roturned to her homo
hore, 31S Madison avenue, where sho
gave a dinner on Thursday night for her
niece, Miss Julia S. French, daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Tuck French. Mr.
and Mrs. Itcglnnld 0. Vanderbllt enter
tained a party of friends nt supper last
night to welcomo the Now Year. Mrs. I
William K. Vanderbllt cave a roirtv at'
hor homo, CUO Fifth avenue, on Thursday
evening, ana on next euneslny, Jan
uary , will give an aftornoon tea. Mrs.
Vanderbllt entertained friends at supper
last night. Alfred 0. Vanderbilt made a
briet visit during tho woeK to Ms country
piace near Newport. Mrs. William K.
Vandorbllt. Jr.. will civo one of tho big
dinners of next Friday night nt her resi
dence. 662 iirih uvenue, her gueeui going
later to tho costume ball at Wherry's.
The second of tho Holland dances for
this winter will be given at Delmonico's
on next Friday night. Tho floor com
mittee consists of J. B. C. Armstrong,
It. M. Cleveland, Maurice Edgar, H. F,
Hobbs. Jr., J. O. Jamison. II. B. M.
Machen. G. A. Molleson. W. C. Morrill,
II. 11. Shannon nnd R. W. Tyler.
Numerous dinners will be given this
week. On Wednesday night Mr. nnd Mrs.
T. J. Oakley llhlnelander will glvo otio at
their home. 36 West r ifty-second street.
Mrs Stuyvesant Fish of 35 East Seventy
eighth street will give one on January 5.
Mrs. Ira Davenport of 31 East Thirty
ninth street will give one of tho dinners
of that night, as will Mrs. Samuel H.
Valentino of 5 East Sixty-seventh street.
On Friday night Jules Glaenzer will give
a dinner nt Sherry's for Miss Eilla Gilbert,
the gflests going later to the costume ball
for tho Lying-in Hospital. Mrs. Her
mann Oelrlchs of 1 East Fifty-seventh
street will give ono of Uie big dinners at
Sherry's to precede this ball. It will bo
a costume affair nnd of 250 covers, Miss
Dorothy Whltnoy will ulio givo a dinner
there of forty covers All of these will
lie particularly gay and pretty and will
give an opportunity to see at close range
the various costumes.
Ward Ford of 55 West Forty-eighth street.
On next Tuosday, January 3, Mrs. Wendell
C. Phillips of 40 West Forty-seventh
street will glvo a tea for her daughter
MIsh Helen Irving Phillips. Mrs. Wluslow
H. Pierce of Bayvllle, Ii. I will givo n
reception on next Wednesday afternoon
In the ladles' annex of tho Metropolitan
Club, when she will introduce, hordnuchter,
Mis Allison I). Pierce.
Dr, and Mrs. W. Reward Webb havo
had staying with them for tho holidays
ut their country place in Sholburne, Vt
their son and daughter-in-law, J. Watson
Webb nnd Mrs. Webb, their sons nnd
son-in-law, V Seward Webb, Jr., Vander
bllt Webb, Italph Pulltor; Dr. Webb's
brothers. Major 0. Crclghton Webb und
J. Louis Webb
Miss Clara lUumgarten, daughter of
tho lato Mr. and Mis. William Baum
garten nnd Paul L. Heinhardt of Chicago,
will be married on next Saturday nfter
noon in tho West End Collegiate Church,
West End nvcnuo tind Seventy-seventh
street. Tho Hov. Dr. Henry Evertson
Cobb, tho rector, will perform the cere
mony at I o'clock nnd tho brldo will bo
attended by Mrs. Harry S, Green and Miss
Marguerite Derby as matron nnd maid of
honor Marion Dickhaut will be the tlower
maiden and the Mlses May Powell, .May
lloldeti and Ella Lewis will be brides
maids Robert Baumgarteii will assist
tile bridegroom as' beet man und there
will be several ushers Afterward there
will be a reception given nt the Hotel
Church, Washington. The brldo Is n
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Shedd, who
will givo a roception andsuppor afterward.
Mrs. Frederlo Courtland Penfleld's cus
tomary yearly muslcnlo Is announced to
be held at her residence, 787 Fifth avenue,
on Tuesday, January 17. Tho artists tak
ing part are to be Mmo. fiembrlch and sev
eral of tho leading members of tho Melro
politan Opera Company.
Gen. James Drattlo Burbank, U. S. A.,
nnd Mrs. Burbank, hnvo announced tho
engagement of their daughter Marlon
to Ellis Knowles of Pensacola, Fla. Mr.
Knowles Is tho son of William II. Knowles
and is a graduate of Yalo University.
Tntt tn Attend .Southern Commercial
Wasiiinoton, Dec. 31 .President Taft
nnd two of his Cabinet Secretaries, Dick
inson and Wilson, havo accepted invita
tions to nttend the meeting of the Southern
Common ial Congress to bo held In Atlanta,
Gu , March 8, 0 und 10.
Invitations which -have been Issued
for tho wedding of MIsr Rosotta Janet
RelUy and Lieut. Albert Clift Norman
of tho Engineer Corp.), United States
Revenue Cutter Service, to take place
next Saturday, January 7, havo been
recalled. The wedding will take place
that day as arranged at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. James Reilly, 12
Manhattan Squaiu, but owing to tho
hitter's Illness there will be only the rela
tives of the couple present. Tho Rev,
Father Matthew Taylor, rector of the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Broad
way and Seventy-lirst street, will perform
the ceremony at 3 o'clock. Charles Nor
man of Louisville, Ky., Will assist tho'
bridegroom as best man. Tho brido is
the youngest daughter of the late James
Reilly, who was for many years asso
ciated with maritime affairs here. Lieut.
Norman Is a son of Dr. Georgo Wodey
Norman of Henderson, Ky., a graduate
of the University of Kentucky nnd a mem
ber of the Son of Colonial Wars.
Numerous cards are out here for the
ball to be given by Mrs. Levi Z. Leitor
nt her residence in Washington on Tues
i diy night. Mrs. toiler's bon-in-law and
I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Campbell,
have come over Irom England nnd are
i with her. In tho lullroom in her es
tablishment u a largo portrait of her
elder daughter, the late I-idy Curzon,
'who was Ml-s Mary Loiter, painted soon
nfter her marriage.
Kinn. Phntn will 1H ..t f ho nr,H f l be second oi me i-ene 01 naiuruay
tho Junior Cotillons of tho winter to belrv,ninK ,nnc,,, for '"J ,fCilS0,n ,wi1' b"
given on Tuesday night at Sherry's. At Kiv,"n niinry 7 Delmonico s when
the first, also led by Mr. Phelps, on Decern-1 some of the patronesMM. Mrs. Charles R.
hop B th feminine dancers inrlndwl tho ! Huntington. Mrs. S.ickett M. Barclay,
season's debutantes. The girls who have' ,,;',11(?.-V,fi!oV,r' '?:,0.hnC!"rk'on
i lnc -.t fr ln, i Jay. Mr . Llvingtoii Pi I. Mrs. t harte
also young married couples will be In
evidence ut the next dance. Mrs. Arthur
Murray Dodge, who manages tho Junior
Cotillons, will receive with other pat
ronesses. The list of these includes Mrs.
Edward D. Adams, Mrs. Gorham Bacon,
Mrs. Wuldron P. Brown, Mrs. Stephen
It. IJrown, .Mrs. Mininrop liurr, .Mrs.
Sir Robert Harrington nnd Lady Har
rington, who arrived yesterday from
England, will pass some of tho winter
with the latter's mother, Mrs. James
McMillan, in Washington.
Ambassador Whitolaw Roid, Mrs. Reid
and their daughter, Mrs. John Ward, are
due to arrive hero lato in the week, having
lett England yesterday for this side.
This Is the first visit of Mrs. Ward to this
side since her marriage. She Is an expert
whip and when tho family resided hero
silo was a member of tho Ladle.' Four-in-Hand
Club. Mrs Reid nnd Mrs. Ward
after a short stay hero are going on to
Edward Sand. Mr. L. Jacquelin Smith.
Mrs. C Goodridge Wyeth. will receive.
Tho cotillon will be d.inced before, the
supper n usual at these parties and the
dancing will not be resumed afterward.
Mrs. Robert R. Livingston gave one
of her series of dinners for her daughter.
Miss Umr.i SulTern Livingston, last
Frederick T." Biisk. Mrs. William' Alleti ' Tuesday night Mrs. Theodore Freling
Butier, Mrs. E. Livingston Burrill, Mrs. , hnvsen of 15 West Forty-seventh streot
I Henry E. Coe, Mrs. Georgo H. Clements, RaVe one of the handsome dlnnors of that
..us. . uaiurn i -yiK'-. " " , ll,t rj n l.nicev X Co of 2.1 K.-lst
S?Mr m SrtR&M Mrl r ' rtv-nliith street gave a dinner ror
S Edgar. Mrs. Rohert Endlcott, Mrs L , daughter, Mls Josephine Nicoll. Mrs.
I Hnyward 1 erry. Mrs. Daniel C I rench. Sleigh Thome's dinner on Thund.iv
Vrn,--JttM iinim rh r m8W night was for Miss Margaret Thome at i
"i.u u-1iami!L "im. , hi lKnJ r"- or home. 2S3 Madison avenue; she will
. i vln'nonlsorr Konno, m h?,' ni nt be introduced or n couple of sojisons
H. an Rensselaer Kennedy, Mrs Rudolph''' . t fnonor Hewitt inven dinner
II Ki-sel. Mrs. Woodbury Longdon. Mrs Th.irTtlnx. nn Mr ml mA Jo In V I
Edward A. Martin. Mrs John S. Melcher. .I1"1"! ? ,nV.... .ir.
I lllimernirn ,11 nnt'is um iii,t kii u r
Mrs Francis W. Murray. Mrs. Thomas
Newbold, Mrs. William Church Osborn,
Mrs Geosge W. Perkins, Mrs Wlnslow
Pierce, M rs . Howland Russel, M rs. Thomas
T. Sherman, Mrs. E. Dutilh Smith, Mrs.
Monroe Smith, Mrs. W. Merle Smith,
Mrs. Charles E. Tiffany, Mrs Bacho
McEvers Whitloek, Mrs. Frank S. Wither
bee nnd Miss Ada Phipps.
Tho date of the wedding of Miss Ger
trude Cassabeer and Rcmsen Taylor
Williams has been fixed for Saturday,
January 21. in the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Incarnation, Madison ave
nue and Thirty-iirth street. Tho Rev.
Dr William Mercer Orosvenor, tho rector,
will periorm the ceremony and the bride
will he given in marriago by her father,
Henry A. Cassabeer Mr and Mrs. Cassa
beer will give a breakfast afterward at
Itntherrnrd or Riverside Drive env
or the dinners of Thursday evening ror
their nieces, tho Misses Caroline Weir anil
Tickets for the costume ball for the
benefit of the Lying-in Hospital or New
York, to bo given at Sherry's on Friday
night, may bo had from Mrs. AuMon
Gray. )3 East Fiftieth street, nnd Mrs
Arthur Iscliu, 125 East Sixty-ninth street
At midnight a tablu d'hote super will be
served in the restaurant The committee
which has the ball in charge includes
Mrs Arthur S Burden. Mrs W. Goadby
Loew. Mrs. French Vunderbilt, Mrs W.
I url Dodge, Mrs. E Hoscoo Mathews,
Mrs William K. Vanderbilt, .Ir , Mrs
-ini.nn Oelrlchs, Mrs J Norman de R
tehouse, Mrs John U. Drexel, Mrs.
! ph Earle Stevens. Mrs. Payne W'hit
t Mrs W. De Ijmcey Kountze, nnd the
M res Sybil Douglas and Dorothy Whlt-
inoro laa long usi oi patronesses.
The marriace of Mis Helen Rockwell
and Francis Mulliken Adams will take!",'v
place on next Saturday. January 7, at St. on Tuesday. January to, the wedding
Stephen's Church, Broadway and Sixty-1 nf M,,ri Jiutli L. Huggins and Charles
ninth street Tho brido is a daughter of r.cltnuurt Van Vleck, Jr. will take place
Mrs. Joel Lawrence Rockwell or Ridgefield, at the homo of the bride's mother. Mrs
Conn., now at 7 West Sixty-third street, George L Huggiiis. 118 We.-t Fifty-sovenlh
'ik av nru: -'reel. Dr Allium Gunins will perform
t I. Af (nnni.alUit Tit. eA..nn ...lit I...
t ho crrt'inonv at H o clock in tho pvpnini
at homo to their friends after Febniary is 'l""1," w ,!1 ,w,:?r " ''"Htme or w ilt,,
r.t Sharon. Mass. Mr. Adams is h sr.,, prange bio,
of tho late Dr Daniel Adams or Boston h0',"H- ' l',n v" .i"10 "i1'''1! ry b7 hih,t'r
and is tho international treasurer or the "-lw. .Nathaniel Huggins. as
Brotherhood or St. Andrew. , matron or honor. 1 here will be no brides-
. inaids or ushers. Horace an leck w
dflnhia, a cousin Walter ( Oakmnn. .Ir
Ot Ne Ork rtv unk tlio halt mi.li 1h
ushers .were William Laurence Snumirr 2il
",;r, i . """Mini I rinu nnillllirrH .'II
of Philadelphia, t hiirle-. ('. Perkins and
Lduard.S Perkins or this eitv. brothers or
llii bridesroom, mid John II Pierce of
lln thplr rAlnrn tm,v n I.I.. 1m I
. ... ...... .. ...... (,.,,,, ,,,, ,,, nun .,r.
J'erKln will occupy u home ut til Itockvievr
aenue. a ci
i bride from her father.
'I he wedding or Miss Kiln rl.iih nnri
Frank D Mclndoe wuncelehMted yesterday
in SI Acnes's I'haprl. in West Ninety
second stieet 'I he Rev Dr V W Hall,
inter, the rretor, pertormed tho ceremony
nt 12 o'clock and the bride wis attended by
MUs Annie I. Mclndoe, sister or the bride.
kimuiii, us mum in iinnnr mere wsre no
hrldi-sniulds Ralph M Arktisli.the hrlile'
brother assisted as best man. ami WllilarnT.
wrirvrs. ufiirue i. naiurniaii. vicinr I.econ
and W (' drleves were ushers. Mterwnrd
,'iis, irMi-i .imurii ui on n;un street,
the brine s nioitier, a bndal breakfast
Mr Mclndos Is a son or Walter J Mclndoe
or 7t'J tit MchoUs avenue.
Pr.iNrr.ios, N ,1 , Deo. rn - dovernor.
elect W'oodrnw Wilson to-nlslit. khvk In
marriatra his nieco Miss Annlo Wilson Howe
Ct a weddinir at the old First PieshytcriHii
Church i'errln Chiles Cothrsn ol (ireen
ood. S it, was the hi IdHKroom. the
riemony was performed nt o'i lock by
fhe (lev Dr benlainln H. Wsrlleld or the
laciilty or the I'nnielon 'rhnoloKiciil sm.
liaiy. Miss I'.leaiior W'ilon, Dr Wilson's
dutitfliter, was the maid ol honor iiuil Wade
llairlsnu or houtli Carolina was best man
'I ho brldir has been livlim l lr WIIsom'h
house since July. .Mr and Mrs, t'othran
will live at UaleltfU, ,S C.
Mr and Mrs. J. Wray Cleveland or 131 1 "tH 'rfthnr as best man
Ett Sixty.fourtli street will celebrate'" ,D",W "'' '"""'J
their silver wedding anniversary by) The second of tho four cotillons will :e
giving a reception to-morrow night, i -,..,, oxt Wednesday nicht at n-t.
Mrs. Joseph F. Stillman of 35 East Thirty-1 mnnico's. There will be general dancing
ninth street will glvo a dinner dance until midnight.wl'ieii supper will deserved
to-morrow night for Miss Alleen Osborn. ' The cotillon, during which many pretty
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ( hut 'h riiv,rs will be pven out. will ho fli-.ticeil
Osborn Mrs. Stillman will also giw. (1ftrwarl. Ah ut the first clanee, the flnral
a big dinner before tho second I mdeivlU (h.COrntions will be profuse and effective
dunco on 'ihursduy night, January in .
and a theatre and supper party . later Tho wedding or Miss Alice Convngham
Mrs. Peter Cooper Howitt of 11 Lexington nr. . F..llllk Trnr wiii ,., , "
avenuo wil glvo a party on Tuesday,'1"", "nK i timer win take pace at
night. Mrs. John R. Drexel will give a the home of tho brido h brother. Herbert
danco ut her home. I Fist Slxty-second I Coiiyngham. in Wilkebbarre, Pa., noxt
street, on noxt Wednesday night. Saturday, January 7. Another out of
. . : ' , ' town marriagoon thnt day will bo thatof
'rf:n'.VnrXo'' Jj::i William Clifton
iii inn i-iuii ,.. ""w I bawton or cmiaiieipnia, to tako plaeo at.
arternoon from t to 7 o clock by Mrs II. I s o'clock in tho evening ut St. Margaret's
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$4.80 & $0.05 per dozen instead of $9.60, $18.85
Also a Miscellaneous Collection of
Odd Table Cloths and Napkins
Reduced Vs and lA
Table Cloths, $2.38 to $8.25
Napkins, $4.25 to$9.25doz.
Fine Damask Table Cloths and Napkins
in Medium Grades Reduced V&
2'2 jflrds, Si. 73, 2.00 & .1.00 value S2.50, 2.7A & 4.50
2x2i-i " 82.20, 2.."i0 & 3.75 value 83.15, 3.45 & 5.65
2x3' " $2.05, 3.00 & 4.50 value $3.75, 4.15 & 6.75
$2.25. 3.00 & 4.75 value $3.00, 4.00 & 7.50 doa.
Hemstitched Huck $2.65, 2.95 & 4.50
Values 8t.00, 1.50 & tl.00 doren
Turkish Bath Towels $2.25, 3.00 hi 6.00
Valus 52.75, 4.50 & 8.50 dozen
Hemmed Dish Towels, .doz., $1.50, 1.75 & 2.00
Class Towels dozen, $1.75
Holler Towels, SVoyds. long; each, 85c, 45c Ac 55c
H. S. and Scalloped
Linen Sheets and Pillow Cases
H. S. I milieu Sheets $4.00 &: 5.00 pair
Instead of StJ.OO & 7.50
U.S. Linen Pillow Cases $1.00 pair
Instead of $1.35
Scalloped Linen Sheets $4.25 & 5.50 pair
Instead of $(5.25 & 8.00
Scalloped Linen Pillow Cases $1.35 pair
Instead of $2.00
Real Madeira Hand Embroidered
Doylies and Center Pieces
$5.00 per set worth $7.50 & 8.50
Annual Sale of
Blankets, Bedspreads, Comfortables
Muslin Sheets & Pillow Cases
Commences on Tuesday, January 3rd
A Remarkable Event '
Emphasized by unusual Reductions in Prices "f
1,000 Pairs Fine Wool Blankets
Manufacturers' samples and broken lines taken
from our owir regular stock.
At !6 to lA less than regular prices
$2.50 to 12.50 per pair
Values $3.50 to 22.50
Bedspreads . . $1,25 to 2.25
Values $1.75 to 3.50
Comfortables . . S.75 to 750
Values $2.25 to 10.50
Steamer Rugs . $4.00 to 15,00
Values $6.50 to 22.50
Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases
Kxtra quality muslin, hand torn and ironed
ready for use, at the following reduced prices t
Broadway & 20th St. ; 5th Ave.; lttbSt