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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
WILSON'S MEN PICK FLAWS IN THE TARIFF offirinN of Three Departments Miiyirct ClianjrrN to Sen ali' Committee ONI". ON IMPORT VALUES Would Ohr TreiMir.v Power to Set KciM-i for Ad Vm Itirem Unties. -.MrTns. Muy 10 Tlir Kmntn (" m.'K-f mi ti. tic lifld tin ttifct jie -It. I"it tlto cliMrtiiiiti, Mr. Sim i.v nt N.irth ("m-ollnii, cunferrril with s.' ,-,r i!iifli'iil if tin! Dopailiiu'tit rf "vn.ro . .Initivs 1". Curt!, Af.ls- tit s. t.,i'v (if tlio TrnuMtiry In, ( . iM 'IMOIIl.", II mi . 1. DPtllKOll, ,! Mi.inii..v-lii'iipnil. i ti.i nf tlio ennforcners It Is lit ri.it tlif mmmlitop w til recom. 1 an iiiit tiilnient tu tlio t'ndpruootl ' , . ui rri!K mi the Socrrtary of the if 'in thr .nitliorlty to iirool.ilni val on itiipnrtfil kooiIn iim tint b.mls for .ill v.-iturcm duties. --itint Sicnt.iry Curtis', who h v f .r S ivtury McAtloo, cxpl.tlnoil .. tii.ii S Millions tho necessity of f. -.. t..tii of ctrlKliiif an nvomm" on . ,i .mi "ii nil itrtk'loM of (hiotiutltiK' u i" T'i. Iil i nppealrrl to C'lmlr tun Mnini.ins us hrlim kimxI, ' un ! r.tnnil that It Is tho plnn rf '' Tr-rfsttry Dup.irtiinMit to tnlo an n iiC fi.iitt tho vii'.uo oovcrltiK h o- I ' pro!.ioly thirty ilayn and on that vnlii" for nMM;dni; tho ad vu- ,'"i .luti Collator Minmntis will. , ' i'. v f.nvr an anioiulmont to tlio' r r Ltd iiiii oarryltiK out this Ido.i. . .- , Mtornoy-Honoral Iotinl ! l-iw t'hi'rm.in Simmons tho bene-1 . t M ItKiil kniittlodRi; on tho In . "i. ta i.nv Mr Dcnlson hollovts ilii' t If il"t fianlb!o to attotnpt to - ; h t.vc ..it lnconiisi aocrnltn; be t r. r-.ry l next. 'Pip committor was iilso ndvised by l. ri.arv llodtlold and Assistant Svcro-t..i-y i -irn.- that Mime provision i-hould U niaiio to liao the Cndrwiiol law go .rr ill. at .-"mo tlmo. probably Mxty ' il.ivs, following Its pa.isaKc I ' ! "in) tniinoiltatrly mi Its p,iss.i!(. i- .i- tiomto.l out that textile inanu f ' :r- rs and Importers should have jin t i i 't ,rit to iiilluM tholr business to w I.im. It is likely tho Senate fi r i ..tnniittt-o will provide that t'- i ,v -:, ,11 take ftict with respect rt.i. i ..lustrle. including textiles, t n i ' "i.ny day." from Its passaKo. I i a'tiondniont MH,vested by tho T lvpaitnii'iit and tile Popart tu. t .1 :-tiif. that may Included i I ii". rwiHHl hill on the Senate w.'ild tniik" it unlawful for any f.. take up appeal!" from ap- , i i.i .il iiiiiiii on a contingent fee. 'i .ii-ni told Mr. f-lnimoti. that :: .ii.vidtl a for of fl for all ,r .ir l appeal. from tlio d.'cl.-lon . t . -iti - ftK'er It would curtail cus t - Ik.i'iMii at loa.-t ."a percent. .- t t.iry l.eiii..id talked over with M nra..n' Hie inipti.iti jf allowini; . . ii. ii lo per cent, or 5 per , 1.- impnrteil into the t'nlted ! in Anv iiciii hlp. lie ludor.-ed nrepo-.il, altliomili there w l-veii . ti upp.iMiion to ,r on the ground I It Mul.lted eMntlnK trfrttloii with ... .i twenty li.reluii countru.-. i. present. itie 1'almr of IVnnsyl i. i .uv Mr. .'!r.imon for a hrlef time n -iird ti the effect of the Income n tnsiiranie companion. Mr. r Ini-istid that the latiKiiace em ( I i .' t'le Hoilso In til" bill aH It i, ..--d the Iloiife would not put . . p tic payment of policies to t . m Poirirliv of i-uch pollclen. 'i - pt .lent that the Democrats In t-nate tlll be able to put through r partv prouranime on Tuesday, n Inioiv.H the reference of tho tar ff - : ti th Finance Oitnmlttoo with- .i utrtictton as to public hentinc. m ii Senat.ir.s on the IHiiiocratlc f". w t .e iianies hae In on ldentlllid v . ..;...!Hnn to the Democratic pro-,-in.m. ,iv they will not lnslft on neir. Hi's. Senntiir Sheppard of T' and Si nntor Martlne anert that ' ' . l m or publicly declared them- .is np..i-ed to tho party pro- S .i'. r RaiiHlell of Louisiana, who 'v 1 i eolleastie. Senator Thornton. M r iried to-day that he would not mrf.i.ri the l 'mlorwnod bill, admitted ' - .t'i'ia'!Iiti thin the bill would be r r -r I w i r h. -ut Imposing a condition ' :b liiarlncs be srantfd . ti,., .,,,i', Si natorial caucus will ,r '' 1 e biin'v Monday on tho nub f rh. i,.ri"f bill. UOMAN NEWSBOY BUYS HOUSE. MISS EWEN CUTS OFF SISTERS. Mimt of f40O.n0ll i:tte fop Benefit nf Anlnmli. Tho w(ll of Mrs. Carollno O. Hwcn. io of the three datiBhterji of the latfl Ocn. Kwen, who loft them a fortuns of over 11,000.000. kIvm nlmost her entire oMato of about M00.000 to antl-vlvliiec. tlon and Immune societies and leaves nothlnn to her ulsters, Kllza M. Hwcn and Marlu Louisa Uwon. Miss Kwen died on April 1! at 45 West Ninety. second street, ufter n lonpr lllners. In cxccutlnK her will, she do fcrlbed herself at "In til health, but of hound mind." Tho decedent tnmle no mention of her MMer Maria, who uas victimized In IftIO hy nn adventurer culling himself Haroti Hoto von Koenltz and who hnd her tn.irrliiKe to the supposed baron an nulled two years hi?o after i-ho had found that ho was nn e.-convlt. Miss Maria Kwen was llvlns with her sister Carollno at the time she met Von Koenltz. but throiiRh her tn.irrluRo to thii supposed nobleman she Incurred tlie dlsnloa-'UY! of hep Ul..r Thm, Induced her to leave all her property In trust to prevent her husband from Ret tlnpr control of It before her tuarrlnpf. was annulled, and when she- tried to cot possession of nor property later her sisters opposed her. Hitter litigation coverlne nearly two years followed, and a suit by Miss Maria Kwen to net possession of the securities she put In trust was settled recontlv under nn agreement by which she 1. to have tho Income for life and on her death It poos to her relatives. In her will Miss Caroline Kwen makes her sister Kllza nn executrix, but leaes her nothlnp. Trust funds yielding .60 a month and less were provided for friends nnd relatives, and cash bequests apsreRntlne $500 were Riven to them. Miss Kwen directs that all the rest of the estate be divided In equal shares nmoncr humane societies and allied In stitutions. They arc the Humane So olety of New York, the New York .ntl Vivisection Society, New Kncland Anti Vivisection .Society of Hoston, Cat's Home and Animal Hescue Society of Naples. Italy; Animal Hescue Society of Home, Animal Hescue Society of Hoston. Animal Protective t.euKUo. Antl-Cntelty Society of the Island of Madeira and the African Society "nf which the Hev. J. O. Jordan of Phila delphia, ts associated. Last of tno Season DecoralfonxDay WASMINRTflN iiin ' ' ' ' ' ' I I I ALL EXPENSES ( I FRoyal Blue Line) 379 Broadway 111 t I I 1 i STATE WITNESS IN THAW CASE MISSING Hoffman. Wanted in Anliut Trial. Said to He in Hrit ixh ('olmnl)in. A 1 0 OK INDICTMENT PHILADELPHIA Y. W. C. A, RAISES $800,000 FUND Mi. Knrp. n (irn ml unit lirr, Una I'or tune Miiilc mi Park How. ran s neusbos and customers ' . bit of news yesterday about Mrs, ' i Karp which confirmed former ' '- ot Mis, Karp's fortune. She Is 'to purehavH u three story house at . Hdii street, Urooklyn. artjoinlne the one ' Inch she now ijves and which she ' wi.e.l fr.i ,i number of years. '' ' Knrp, who Is fii", years old. was the ' f.t nil papers on Park row. k - .i.i a 'Hand there, Just outside of ... t ii.'uu store, for twenty-one years, " i' from inidiilRht until 9 o'clock ' n oriuni,'. except Saturday and Hun !'i all the wars of selllnK, Includlns i ' ttHi winter inoiilns lis well as the " t' shi has been absent from her ! r, ij 10. out thirty days In all, and .in scrouiit of sickness. She has 'Un'.i 'ei ,i mi u husband and seven chll- i- for slx-teen years and now has seven I. bilrlren. All but ono son and one r ' I. ild mo with her In her Urooklyn I om Mrs Karp wears diamond enrrlnKS and 'iB niamonds in the five rings she has or hrr tlnKers. She' will keep on selling topers at the old stand until her youngest 'ainrhters, 17 and is years old, grow Into ' "manhood. At Work -" Days John Wana maker AssihtiI Worker of (5oaI. 1'lltnt'Ft.ritiA, May 10. The Young Women's Christian Association of this city completed its fund of I.-.0O.0HO to day by raisins JlOl.JOO on the l.Jt,t diy of the campaign. At 10 o'clock to night all of the money had bei n plnlfed except Jl.'i.OOO. nnd William H. Nlchol eon. president of the Land Title and Trust Company, cave this sum an hour bfforo tnldtilKht In order that the work ers. thorouKhly tired out, cuild end their labors. 1'revioiis to this V. idman Wnnamnker nave J10.000 throiiRh hi- father, who announced that if necessary he would Blvc the amount rtqulred to bo raised In order that th" association might be alio to gft tjio contingent hi queits of :.0.0'i0 of Mrs. Kdward T. Stotesbiiry and IJJ.OUO of Co, James Klverson. pub lisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer. It took tho association twenty-tive days to raise the half million dollar fund. Stirred on by the tri ft of 125.000 hv Mr. Wanamaker yesterday the workers and every member of the association toiled harder than ever to-day. Mr. Wanamaker sent a special mes sage to-day and told the collectors, in view of the approach of mothers' day, to make their appeal In the name of "mother." With this Incentive they canvasi-oii every possible section of tho city. Mr. Wnnamaker's gift of 2."i.00n s In addition to his previous gift of the free use and lighting of the campaign headquarters. The sum Is to be usui. under Mr. Wanamaker's directions, fur the south west branch for negro women, and Its expenditure is to be supervised by Hod man Wanamaker, Joseph M. Steele and William H. Nicholson, subject to the consent of the board of manager;, of the association. The amount already raised hy the two tennis of negro i onion, a little over Jl 1.000, is to be invested and the proceeds will bo used for maintenance of the branch. This makes tho total for tho negro branch f 20.000, or $6,000 mono than was provided for It under the plan to ralee 1500,000. Tied After Sirrnintr Waiver and Te.stifyinjr Hefore (Irand Jury. When John N. Anliut, the lawver In il.v.il for attempting to get Harry K. Thaw nut of Mattcawnn by bribery, conies up for trial to-morrow, tho State may lack Its most Important wittiest. It was said .esterday that Horace A. llotfui.in. Thaw's confidential asent, had disappeared. The charge ngumst Anliut 1 that he offered a 120,000 bribe to Dr. John W. Itussell. former bead of Matteawan. if he would certify Thaw sane. Hoffman U understood to be the connecting link betwien Thaw nnd Anhut. When the Governor's committee of inquiry took up the Thaw bribery scan dal In Albany and examined witnesses there Hoffman was willing to testify. He offered hl evidence after Onv Sul .er had transferred the Investigation to the Now York county !rnnd Jury. He testitled hero and made no objection to signing h waiver of Immunity. A day or so after h" had testified be fore the Orand Jury here and before Anhut was Indicted. Assistant District Attorney De Kord wrote to Hoffman at Pittsburg, but got no reply. He ' mil j learned from a friend of Hoffman that lie wa afraid the tirnnd Jury would Indict htm nnd bad left town Mr. De Turd wrote again and got wind that the friend had telegraphed Hodman, who had started for Hrltlsh Columbia, but yesterday further communication showed that the friend had not heard from Hoffman and iU'1 not know where to reach him. He was expected to testify as to men he enlisted to assist Thaw In his efforts to regain Tils free, dum. Among those whose aid Hoffman sought was Alfred Henry Lewis, the writet. who was asked to go to Mattea wan and wrltM up "the other side" of the Thaw case. If Hoffman does not appear to-morrow It s understood that Assistant Dis trict Attorney De lord will ask for an adjournment. Tho case is scheduled before Justice Senbury In the Criminal Hranch of tho Supreme Court, where a week has been set apart for it. A spe cial panel of Jurors has b'on sum moned foi to-morrow, and Justice Sea bury has already signed a writ of habeas corpus ad testificandum to bring Tlmw down from Mntteawan Tuesday as a witness. The lest of this term's court calendar is filled for the Crim inal Hranch of the Supreme Court. NEW MUNICIPAL COURT RULES. Prnetler In He lmtlltten' to Itednec nt of uliiK There. t'nder a legislative bill Just s.gned b l ioi Miller, mid Willi h p.is. il both th Senate and Assembly almost unanimously. Miiiir Unite ir Is to appoint a commission of .leien to formulate plans to slinpllfv the Municipal Court pro.-vdnre The com mission Is to consist ,f two Justices of the Supreme Court, three Justices of the Municipal Com I three hiwjers, on,. Senator and two . mlilim-n ipistavux A lingers, chairman of the comtiilttie on livihiatlmi of the New- ork Coimly I.awvrrs Asso, iatlmi, said ester da "The present pniefte.. in the .Muiilriii.il Courts is hi eoiiiiili x and the procedure so eoiifiisliig that .luclgis. lawjiots and iHMlien wele UIIHIlitllolls III tlej opinion that It should lie simplified nnd brought down to date. It Is more costly to tr an action In the .Miinlelp.il --Court In--olvlng ffnl and prosecute It to Until Judg ment than mi" imoMng ? 1 .'. t In the Supreme Court " LOST OFF GEO. F. BAKER'S YACHT. llnr PalM tnfn Hell (inti Owner lleporl Death, t'rnliierd firey. 2S year, old, a sailor I en tho bteaui Mnht Viking belonging to. i'orge, r. jjakei. Ji., foil overboard and "a. drovviHd yesterday afternoon while' V' craft was steaming through Hell Gate. A boat was luwued, but the body whs net reenvrred, Oiey lived on Deer Island, .i On the ymht were Mr. linker and Qtou CormacU, (icentury of tho New Yoik Yacht Club, They vvero on their way to fllen Cove, but after the ueddent 'ho yaeht returned lo tlio foot of Twenty, th-rd street, whera Mr. Hnker nolllled thu wJIcu of Urcy'a drowning. I Louise & Co. MILLINERS and DRESSMAKERS ANNOUNCE THEIR Summer Sale OF , Parisian Millinery ALSO Evening and Afternoon Gowns Tailor Made Suits, Wraps Lingerie Dresses and Blouses Prices Greatly Below Cost 554 Fifth Ave., Bet. 45th and 46th St. SM OUTER APPAREL VtlLUNERy fURS FOR WOMEN. MISSES jand JUNIORS Announce, to begin Monday, a Remarkable Series of Mid-Season Sales A timely disposal of late models in smart apparel, including original designs by famous Paris Artists also exact or modified copies and our own exclusive styles not previously shown. Two-piece Serge & Worsted Suits In Tailored and Demi-tailored Models Values, $65 &.$75 45 Adaptations of Callot, Poiret, and Drecoll Models In Blouse, Sash, Tuxedo and Cutaway Effects, with plain or bound edges. James IMreery & Co. 34th Street 23rd Street Elaborate Evening Gowns Formerly $125 to $195 85 All the fashionable shades in Classic Draped effects; of Char meuse. Shadow Lace, Crepe-chiffon and Supple Brocaded Silk, exquisitely trimmed with Jewels and Laces. Bridge and Restaurant Frocks Formerly $100 to $125- $7S Rare styles of Canton Crepe. Pompadour Crepe, Brocade and Radium Silks; also exquisite combinations in silk-and-chiffon. Draped Models in Silk Coats for Afternoon Wear Values, $75 & $85- 550 Models by Beer and Robert: in Moire. Broche. Corded and Faille Silks exquisitely lined with peau decygne or Pompadour chiffon. The New Medici Cqat-S25 Value, $35 An entirely new and swagger model of Tufted Eponge in red. white, taupe and Dclf blue. Lovely Summer Hats-$14 Formerly $25 & $.W Entirely new styles in white, natural and pink; artistically trimmed in flowers, ribbons and laces. Blouses of Shadow Lace and Net Values, $18, $22.50 & $25- 10 New and delightful styles: some in surplice and camesole effects, with colored ribbons- and fluffy jabot styles. fftftlj AtHmw , 4Btlt $c 4Tth StrcetH AncrrMltr Wiimnn llurtslnr nf ( nil fornla. r.Mii:s. t'al , Mnv prettj yminc woman hurKlnr, Banned in antoiiioliile tnittter), is tieliiB miiikIii hy the Pasiuli'iia pulii e n a result of a darlhK and siu-eefnl rnhliery here this afternoon Surprised as die ran'aeki'd the linmn nf Mrs p deary, l.l i 'olnradn strent, tlio feminine intruder struek Miss Helen deary, is years old, a Mow on the ehin uhleli ren clereit her iinennsi'lous and then fled hefore the latter eonld regain onseiousness The woman eellrlsl so in asli and eever.il artleles of ji'Meln Tn ft to Ktiirt (iriiiiininr ehool llnrm. Nf w lUvi x. May lo Kormedli're.ident Tu ft has agreed to aet as naicnil starter at tlie nrHtiililar ei liou r.n es to he In. Id Under tile mntiaaenieiit nf the New llmen Ainnteur tliletes, Ine , in the MnllorW Avenue (irniinils on May IV Mr. Tuft diseliiline.l all expert k mm led i. of the athletli came, hut n finally persuaded to take the oflll e The last time Mr Tuft neted m starter in a rare, it Is understood uiik over thrity vi'ars hk'Ij rii:iii neie in .ew uaven, iwill he started a inee aeros tho Yale campus neiw ren i 1 1 1 o ueije t lasnimHs, First Public Inspection Trip New Day Line Steamer "Washington Irving" This new floating palace of steel and glass will be open for public inspection during a delightful special trip Up the Hudson River Saturday Afternoon, May 17th An unusual chance to see the finest and fastest river steamer in the world before she enters regular service. The fifty oil paintings by famous artists illustrating the Irving period will be on view. The decorations include reproduc tions from the Alhambra; the Old Cock Tavern of London; Irving's study at "Sunnyside" and from many other in teresting historical places. Special Tickets of Admission Required To avoid overcrowding the Hudton River Day Line will make a charfa of $1.00 per ticket (or the trip. Ticket on tale at the Company' office. Special liupaction Trip Schtdalt On Mar 17 Ik. "WuhliutM Infa" will lTt Dnbrnw StrMt Pbrjtaw YotC, I.4S P.M.I Wl 42im1 StrMt. 2.00 P.M.. W.tt 129th Strtit j.M.. rdurmln to Wu( 1 2tth 3 tr.t at S.00 P.M. anil Wt 42nd StrMt at UO P.M. Rsfular nrlca daily scpt Sunday will ba mtimri Ira Nw York May 1 and from Albany May 17. Hudson River Day Line DetbroMet Street Pier NEW YORK Semi-Annual Sale FURNISHINGS FOR MEN & BOYS Commencing Monday, May the 12th EXTRAORDINARY VALUES Men's Haberdashery. Straw Hats, Two-piece Suits. Raincoats, Underwear, Halt Hose, Shoes, Trunks, Bags, Umbrellas, Canes and Boys' Clothing. MEN S WEAR 1,200 dozen Scarfs and Bow Tics four-in-hands In French Crepe, all Silk Knit and Famv Silks; also Bow Ties of Imported Silks. Value 1.00 each. 55c each: rloz. 6.00 600 dozen Scarfs, made of English Repp, Two-toned, Twill Silks, Fancy Silks in stripes and figures; also Pure Silk Knit in plain and crochet weaves. Values 1 .50, 2.00 and 2.50, 95c 400 dozen N'ight Shirts of Cambric, neatly trimmed. Size 14 to 20 inches. Value 75c, 50c 500 dozen Night Shirts, made of Nainsook and Cambric, with White and Colored trimmings. Size 14 lo 19 inches. Value 1.00. 65c Bathing and Swimming Suits, made of Pure Worsted in various colors. Values 3.50 and 4.00, 2.65 Swimming Suits of heavy Shaker Knit Worsted. Ox ford Gray, Navy Blue and Black. Value 6.50, 4.75 6,000 Straw Hats English manufacture, best make. Value 2.50, 1.65 Tennis Trousers, made of all White Flannel, also White and Gray grounds with neat stripes. Values 5.00 and 6.00, 3.25 " English ' Worsted Two-piece Suits custom tailored. Made of Gray, Blue and Tan Mixed Fabrics, in Norfolk and regular styles. Values 18.00, 22.00, 25.00, 15.75 Tan Raincoats with Raglan and box sleeves. 5.75 Value 8.50 Raincoats in various models and weights. Gray or Tan. Values 15.00 and 18.00, 9.75 Raincoats of Gray Mixed Tweed with velvet or self collar. Also Tan Canton Cloth with self or plaid back; English models. Value 18.00 to 22.00, 11.75 Raincoats of plain colored Gabardine Cloth and fancy English Tweeds. All the latest models. 15.50 Values 22.50 and 25.00 SHIRTS & PAJAMAS 1,200 dozen Shirts with soft, plain 'or plaited bosom, made of Mercerized Materials, English Madras and Flannel. Values 1.50 and 2.00, 1.25 . 1,500 dozen Shirts, made of Silk Mixed Fabrics, Scotch Madras and Mercerized Cloth, in various models and sleeve lengths. Values 3.00 and 3.50, 1.95 600 dozen Silk Shirts with soft bosom and French cuffs. Made of Soie Melange in neat stripes. 2.65 Value 3.50 and 4.00 550 dozen Silk Shirts, made of heavy Peau de Nouveaute in neat and novel stripes; custom finish. 4.85 Values 6.50 and 7.50 300 dozen Pajamas, made of Madras and Mercerized Materials. Value 1.50, 95c, '350 dozen Pajamas with low cut and military collars, in regular and extra sizes. Made of English Madras and Mer cerized Materials in White and Colors. Value 2.00, 1.25 200 dozen Pajamas in regular and extra sizes. Made of Scotch Madras in White and Colors. Value 3.00, 1.95 200 dozen Pajamas of Silk Mixed Fabrics in White and Colors; regular and extra sizes. Values 5.00 and 6.00, 3.45 MEN'S UNDERWEAR U'Wiro I iiim ninn Viiiti nnLrln mnrrth mmrtot lAnrrrn ft Hill JJK7V V1IIWII k.l4lhJ M4IHIV lwaaBSjl.ll ifMUl V awagv sleeves. Also sleeveless and knee length, per suit 1.20 Value 1.75 White Silk and Cotton Athletic Underwear sleeveless shirts, knee drawers. Value 1.25, per garment 85c Athletic Underwear, made of White striped Mull and Mercerized Cloth; coat shirts, knee drawers. Value l.00, per garment 65c Sea Island Cotton Shirta and Drawers. Shirts with short or long sleeves, drawers in regular and stout sizes. Values 65c and 1.00, per garment 40c and 55c White Athletic Shirts and Knee Drawers. Made of Mad ras in checks and stripes. per garment 40c Value 65c MEN'S HALF HOSE 100 'dozen pairs of Pure Silk extra heavy weight. Black and Colors. 1.35 pair, 6 pairs 7.W Value 1.75 pair Pure Silk with double soles, heels and toes. Black, Tan, Navy Blue and Gray. 95c pair, 6 pairs 5.00 , Value 1.50 pain 250 dozen pairs Pure Silk with lisle thread reinforced heels and toes, spliced soles. Black and Colors. Value "1.00 pair, 60c pair, 6 pairs 3.25 Mercerited Lisle Half Hose in Black, Tan, Navy Blue and Gray. Also Pure Silk in Black and Colors, pair 25c Value 85c pair